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The Black & Decker high performance range is designed to meet the performance, durability and build quality needs of the more experienced DIY enthusiast. Sharing many features with the type of tools used by professionals, Black & Decker High Performance can be useful when it comes to the most demanding and advanced DIY tasks.
This High Performance Compact Angle Grinder from Black & Decker can be used for cutting metal pipes and bolts, railings, sheet metal and much more. Other applications include cleaning rust from metal work and removing excess weld and mortar raking between brickwork. Its compact size can be beneficial when working in confined spaces and the 750w motor provides balance between power, weight and size. It has a 3 position side handle and a lock-on switch for additional control and safety, a spindle lock for quick and easy disk changing and tool free safety guard adjustment.
With a powerful 750 Watt motor the KG750 grinder can cope with demanding applications such as mortar raking between brickwork and heavy duty cutting of tiles and metalwork. Black & Decker engineers know what goes into making power tools and features such as the die cast aluminium main housing, hard wearing motor brushes and dust sealed switch are all designed to help improve durability. These features increase the life span of the tool by preventing dust ingress and dissipating heat away from the gear box and other key components.
The three position side handle means that a comfortable hand position can be maintained in all applications, vertical, horizontal, cutting or grinding. The tool free safety guard can be adjusted to expose the grinding or cutting disk in the appropriate area whilst ensuring the user is protected from sparks and other debris.
Most grinders are designed for various applications but these can broadly be split into two categories; cutting where the material is accurately re-sized for a particular purpose and grinding which involves removal of unwanted material including rust removal, finishing and cleaning of the work piece. For this reason the appropriate disk must be used depending on whether the task is cutting or grinding. The choice of disk also depends on the material type which is generally metal or masonry (for example railings and bolts or tiles and brickwork).
Grinding or cutting disks are easily selected and identified as they are usually labelled for the application and material they are intended for. During use, cutting and grinding discs slowly wear down and eventually need replacing. For this reason replacement disks are readily available from Black & Decker and other suppliers. They generally have a universal fitment providing the correct diameter has been selected. The KG750 is equipped with a spindle lock function operated by pressing a button on the gear housing to lock the mechanism in place. This allows the disc locking nut or ‘flange’ to be loosened and the disc replaced.
It is important to remember to wear the appropriate safety equipment at all times and ensure the guard is in place when using this type of power tool. The high speed rotation of the disc can produce sparks or other debris as well as sharp edges during and after use.
Bought this to cut some flagstones for a patio. it managed one cut then the motor cut out and it hasnt worked since.
Absolute rubbish. I wont be buying Black & Decker again.
This is only a small angle grinder, so is obviously not best designed for cutting large slabs and the like, but what it does it does very well. Read morePublished 12 months ago by James Miller
I've been through a couple of the 115mm angle grinders in the past, and this is certainly one of the better ones I've tried. Read morePublished 12 months ago by D. J. Burton
A nice little angle grinder that's perfect for smaller DIY jobs at home. Doesn't come with discs so you will need to order these in addition and make sure you get the correct discs... Read morePublished 12 months ago by I. Mcintosh