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Why You Should Consider a Large Angle Grinder

Why You Should Consider a Large Angle Grinder

Grinders are versatile tools, from cutting to deburring and sanding down parts, this is an essential tool in the workshop. Yet, many users still stick to 100mm or 125mm grinders.

We're here to let you know why you need the Big Daddy of grinders, the Milwaukee Large Angle Grinder that fits discs of up to 9" and has the power of corded competitors.

You can use this grinder in situations where you are unsure of what materials you want to demolish, or to increase productivity on workpieces that are thicker and of greater hardness and thickness.



Better cutting depth and power output

Bigger Grinder, Bigger Motor, Faster Work.

The larger disc size allows for deeper cuts, making it ideal for heavy-duty tasks, such as cutting thick metal, concrete, or masonry. Large angle grinders are often more powerful than smaller ones, enabling them to tackle tougher materials and handle more demanding applications.

The long short of it is: if youre cutting concrete, or thick construction metal: large angle grinders help you to cut it through material like a hot knife through butter.

This also means your tool lasts longer, as there is less strain on the motor and the battery over long periods of use.


Better heat dissipation and durability

The larger disc size often means better heat dissipation during heavy use, reducing the risk of overheating and extending the tool's lifespan. Built to handle more demanding applications, the larger grinder is more robust and durable, making them suitable for industrial and heavy construction work. 

This means that you do not need to worry about downtime. You should also consider investing in a good set of grinding and cutting discs to cut through workpieces more quickly.


Better Battery Life

This sounds quite counterintuitive at first - but larger grinders often last longer than smaller ones. In some cases, large angle grinders outperform smaller ones with over 50% runtime. This means much more productivity as you are able to cut faster and have the tool last longer.

If you have questions about which grinder works for your application - dont hesitate to contact us.



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