Ryobi 2000W 230mm Angle Grinder EAG2000RSA3

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This corded angle grinder is great ideal for cutting tiles, patio slabs, bricks and masonry, grinding and cutting metal.

  • No load speed: 6000 rpm
  • Takes 230mm diameter x 22mm bore cutting discs
  • Spindle fitting: M14
  • Supplied with a 2.5m cable, 2 position auxiliary handle and 1 x wrench, 1 x wheel guard, 3 x grinding wheel

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Features and benefits

  • Soft Start for greater control
  • 180° multi-directional rotating back handle for improved comfort and control
  • Tool-less wheel guard for quick and easy adjustment
  • Two position Auxiliary Handle with wrench storage
  • Livetool Indicator™ glows blue when plugged into the power supply

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Ryobi 2000W 230mm Angle Grinder EAG2000RSA3
Corded/Cordless Corded
Equivalent wattage 2000W
No load speed 6000rpm
Blade size 230mm
Disc bore 22mm
Disc diameter 230mm
Spindle fitting M14
Handle type GripZone™
Locking device Spindle lock
Cable length 2.5m
Weight 6.0kg
Brush type Replaceable carbon brushes

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