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Rugged, energy-efficient 1 2 hp motor. Built-in regulator matches speed to job. Rear exhaust directs air away from work. Square handle design for positive grip. CP Classic Tool- Now comes with 2 year warranty
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General maintenance application die grinder, Productivity and control. Excellent for cleaning tires, moldings, porting, relieving engines, and general high-speed polishing and grinding.
Lock-off throttle, Square handle design for greater comfort, 1 4 collet.
Air Die Grinder, Duty Industrial, Grinder Type Straight, Free Speed 24, 000 rpm, Average CFM 15 Second Run Time 5. 25, CFM Full Load 21. 0, Min. Hose Size 3 8 In. , HP 0. 5, Exhaust Rear, Collet 1 4 In. , Handle Material Aluminum, Variable Speed Yes, Overall Length 5-3 4 In. , Required Pressure 90 psi, Air Inlet 1 4 In. NPT, Bearing Type BALL, Throttle Lever, Characteristics Durable, Includes Wrenches
The Chicago Pneumatic Heavy Duty Air Die Grinder is excellent for cleaning tire moldings, porting and relieving engines, high-speed polishing and grinding. Built-in regulator match the speed to the particular job. The rugged, energy efficient 0.5 HP motor delivers a free speed of 24,000 RPM. This die grinder features a a rear exhaust to direct air away from work, an adjustable power regulator for precise control, a lock off throttle to prevent accidental start ups, and a square handle design for positive grip. It measures 5-3 4 inches long and comes complete with a 1 4-inch and 6-millimeter collet.
Customer reviewsvery good quality, very good usability, worth the money
I have a few of these in my shop and they are worth the money. You ll notice right away that they don t rotate in your hand and are actually pretty comfortable to use despite the fact that they look too square to be comfortable. What you won t notice right away is that they will last much longer than a lot of other die grinders and keep their power instead of having reduced power over time and increased vibration from worn parts. I have one that is probably about 6 years old and have thrown away several newer die grinders from other manufactures as their inards wear out, but my CP860 is still going strong with plenty of power to get the job done.