Hitachi G12SE2 4-1/2? Disc Grinder
Hitachi G12SE2 4-1/2 Disc Grinder
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A Reconditioned Grade A
Grade A Tools are restored or rebuilt to factory specifications then fully tested and inspected to make sure they operate properly and safely. Grade A tools have a cosmetic condition of very good to excellent, having no more than light scratches or other minor blemishes.
C Reconditioned Grade C
Grade C Tools are restored or rebuilt to factory specifications then fully tested and inspected to make sure they operate properly and safely. Grade C tools will have pronounced cosmetic imperfections.
Big Sky SKU
Manufacturer Part Number: G12SE2
The G12SE2 4-1/2 Disc Grinder is compact and powerful. It deburs diecast products and finishes iron, bronze, aluminum, welds and torch cut surfaces. It can also be used to cut soft steel materials as well as grooving and cutting concrete and other stone materials.
- 9.5 Amp motor with forcible output power (1,900W) for the toughest grinding jobs
- Highly durable, up to twice the overload durability of some competitive models
- Large paddle switch, can lock-on or be controlled by user as needed
- Tool-less wheel guard, can be adjusted to desired angle
- Specially sealed armature coil, designed to reduce ingested debris and prolong tool life
- Removable side handle, improves control and comfort
- Carbon brush access, allows user to replace brush as needed to greatly prolong the life of the tool
- 4.2lbs, lightweight design facilitates maneuverability and is excellent for overhead applications
- Trigger lock-on for comfortable continuous operation
- Available without lock-on switch - G12SE2P9
- Amps - 9.5
- Wheel Diameter - 4.5"
- Switch Type - Paddle
- Max Watts Out - 1,900
- No-Load Speed - 10,000rpm
- Spindle Lock - Yes
- Sealed Switch - Yes
- Tool Weight - 4.2lbs
- Side Handle
- Depressed Center Wheel
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Big Sky Tool ReviewsWhen i was working for Otis Elevator World Headquarters Engineering North American Operations as the lead lab tech incharge of the fabrication and test lab(R&D). I went thru quite a few different brands of handgrinders. We would put each one thru the ringer just doing normal everyday fabrication with structural steel. I never had a problem with the hitachi grinder. So after owning a smaller hitachi grinder i wanted a larger more powerful hand grinder but i didn't want the weight of a 7" or 9" grinder. I figured the higher amperage in the G12SE2 would be awesome when grinding oxy/acc torch cuts. Plus blending in or joint preparing steel before welding. This grinder is awesome. Remember the bigger grinders do get heavy at the end of the day too. I use the more powerful grinders for the heavy cuts and the smaller grinders for the light cuts. Don't over work the smaller amp grinders get the larger more powerful hand grinder and let it eat steel. BigBill BTW; I'm retrired now and i still buy the hitachi grinders for home.