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Metabo introduces flat head grinders
Flat Head Grinders
Finishing - Flat Head Grinders

Metabo Corp.

Address:
1231 Wilson Dr.
West Chester, PA 19380

Phone:
610/436-5900

Fax:
800/638-2261

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November 2013 - Metabo Corp. has introduced its new family of flat head grinders. The low-profile design allows for easy access into confined spaces and narrow angles where standard grinders will not reach, according to the company. The flat head grinder features a patented gear drive that allows for a very low profile head design. With a clearance of only 2 5/8", the tool features a unique design that enables grinding in confined spaces and tight acute angles of up to 43 degrees.

"Our goal is to design safe and reliable problem solving tools for professional metalworkers," said Terry Tuerk, Senior Product Manager for Metabo USA. "And the new flat head angle grinder is the perfect example of that commitment. This grinder was designed specifically for working safely in tight areas where in the past a modified and highly unsafe tool would have normally been used."

The cordless version features Metabo's new Ultra-M 5.2 Ah battery technology. With 75% longer run time than a standard 3.0 battery, and 30% more run time than a 4.0 battery, Metabo says its new Ultra-M 5.2 battery system is ideally suited for the high demands of today's growing industrial cordless market.

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