DeWalt 2000W 240V 230mm Angle Grinder DWE490-GB

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DeWalt 2000W 240V 230mm Angle Grinder DWE490-GB

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DeWalt 2000W 240V 230mm Angle Grinder DWE490-GB DeWalt 2000W 240V 230mm Angle Grinder DWE490-GB



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Product Information

  • No load speed: 6600 rpm
  • Takes 230mm diameter x 22.2mm bore cutting discs
  • Spindle fitting: M14
  • Supplied with a 2 position adjustable side handle

Features and Benefits

  • Hand/arm vibration 7.5m/s²
  • Epoxy-coated windings for protection from abrasion and dust
  • Window for the quick change of brushes
  • Quick-release guard for grinder position changes
  • Guarantee - 1 year

Technical Specifications

Technical specification of DeWalt 2000W 240V 230mm Angle Grinder DWE490-GB
Corded/Cordless Corded
Equivalent wattage 2000W
No load speed 6600rpm
Blade size 230mm
Disc bore 22.2mm
Disc diameter 230mm
Spindle fitting M14
Locking device Spindle lock
Weight 5.2kg
Brush type Replaceable carbon brushes

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