Different Uses for Different Wheels
Anyone who has ever used an angle grinder knows that they are as versatile as the selection of attachable wheels that accompany them, what this means is that angle grinders can accomplish differing tasks by the changing of those wheels.
For metal cleaning use a wire brush wheel to strip paint, rust, or cement. The metal cut off wheel can go to task for you as it cuts rebar, angled iron, welded wire fencing, and rusted bolts. Cutting stone, tile, and concrete can be achieved by using a diamond bladed wheel. Grinding wheels are used to restore edges on tools such as ice scrapers, shovels, hoes, axes, hatchets, and even your lawn mower blades. The diamond tuckpoint wheel removes mortar without causing damaging effects on the bricks.
Industrial Use Tool
The Milwaukee 6146-30 11 Amp 4-1/2″ Small Angle Grinder Paddle With Lock-On runs on a powerful 11 Amp 11,000 RPM Motor, thus providing maximum performance and durability. It is equipped with overload protection and has an electronic clutch that extends the tools life as it prevents bind up. In addition Milwaukee makes it easy to change all the available accessories, without the use of a wrench, by sporting a tool-free adjustable guard that offers a quick guard installation and adjustment. Plus, the advanced airflow system maximizes the tools airflow as it reduces the ingress of incoming debris, which put simply, is that it improves the motor’s life as well as the overall performance of the angle grinder. The debris baffles are used to protect the internal components by deflecting any damaging debris out of the way of the airflow and intake vents. This small angle grinder delivers up to three times more durability and up to 50% more power than the leading competition.