Angle grinders: what’s their angle and how do they compare to air grinders? Traditionally, angle grinders were the go-to when it came to grinding, cutting, polishing, and preparing surfaces. They would slice through surfaces using electricity to rotate abrasive discs or wheels. At Bits4Blokes, we’re all for using whatever power tool helps you with the task at hand, be it an air or angle grinder. That said, we believe air grinders, also known as pneumatic air or die grinders, are the cutting-edge cutting disc power tools of the future. Here’s why.
Why are pneumatic grinders so great? The long and the short of it is that air or die grinders are air tools, which leverage one of the lightest and most readily available resources accessible to humankind: air! Although pneumatic grinders are powered by a whole lot of hot air, there’s nothing empty about their application. Here’s why we think air die grinders are to die for.
Who said grinding was the only way to leverage air at work? At Bits4Blokes, we have a range of different air tools to help you get the job done. In particular, be sure to give an air impact wrench a go. Armed with one of these power tools, you can say goodbye to faffing about with nuts and bolts. Leveraging pressurised air, the air impact wrench can take this on instead!
You should also give a chipping hammer a go, which will be sure to reduce hand or wrist strain. Similar to a hand-held massage gun, this air-powered hammer will pack a punch and emulate the manual action of a hand chip-chipping away at a particular area. Whether you want to remove unwanted material or create grooves and holes, a chipping hammer may just be among the niftiest of the air tools.
At Bits4Blokes, we know everything there is to know about air grinders. Browse our online store to upgrade your angle grinder or find the next powerful addition to your toolbox!