Bosch Angle Grinder
The Bosch angle grinder is the great venture in the field of grinding. Bosch Company was already capturing market share with their grinders and they debut in angle grinders made a remarkable milestone. They made a debut with their lightest and most comfortable large Bosch angle grinder weighing less than 12 pounds and sized 7 to 9 inches only. This is close to 20% lesser in weight than its competitors.
When circuits inside the bosch angle grinder detects a sudden, noticeable drop in speed, the unit shuts off instantly. When there is such a situation, a momentary tug results in a mere 1 to 2 inches of unexpected movement and the grinders shuts off contrasting to other makers whose design give a shock to its users and they tend to be pulled back a little and dropping the angle grinder.
Bosch angle grinders are designed so that main and side handles reduces the vibration of about 50% than its peers making them the pioneers in vibration control too. Soft grip handles and rotating main makes them more users friendly. Hence even when people use them the whole day, they do not give them much fatigue which makes them dearer to customers.
Bosch angle grinder sports slim styling, safety design, long life, low current drawn, AC/DC capabilities, easy installation, low maintenance effort and cost makes them more desirable.
They have various speed selection mechanisms in their grinder parts meant for different types of materials. Rotating handle design makes them more comfortable to be used in right hand and left hand which makes it more convenient to the user. Their die grinder has a small diameter nose which makes them comfortable to work in small and confined places better.
Features of The Bosch Angle Grinders
Bosch angle grinders have excellent features as compared to other grinders in the industry. Some of them are;
- Soft starting.
- Maintaining constant rpm under varying loads.
- Motor overload protection.
- Dust collection mechanism.
- Various speed selection mechanisms.
History of Bosch Company:
In 1886, Robert Bosch founded the “Workshop for Precision Mechanics and Electrical Engineering” in Stuttgart. This was the birth of today’s globally active Robert Bosch GmbH. From the very beginning, the company’s history has been characterized by innovative drive and social commitment. They have compiled the highlights from over 125 years in our archives.
Back in 1906, the founder, Robert Bosch, a man of enterprise and vision, believed that one of the products he developed the magneto ignition system — would provide a technological innovation that would be enthusiastically accepted in the U.S. marketplace. The product was a great success.
Ever since, U.S. customers continue to warmly respond to Bosch innovation and quality. Robert Bosch established his company on the strength of a product—the magneto—that represented an innovative “leap forward” in its day. So, from the very start, Bosch has represented leading-edge modernity in technology but, at the same time, Bosch also espoused timeless and humanistic values.
12 Types of Bosch Angle grinder
There are 12 different types of Angle Grinders in the market, The name of the grinder and its technical details are as follow:
1. Bosch 1375A 4 -1/2″ Angle Grinder
2. Bosch 1810PSD 4-1/2″ Paddle Switch Grinder
3. Bosch 1800 4-1/2″ , 7.5 Amp Angle Grinder
4. Bosch 1801 5″ Angle Grinder
5. Bosch 1803EVS 5″ Angle Grinder with Variable Speeds
6. Bosch 1806E 6″ Small Angle Grinder
7. Bosch 1810PS 4-1/2″ Paddle Switch Grinder
8. Bosch 1811PS 5″ Paddle Switch Grinder with Lock On Feature
9. Bosch 1811PSD 5″ Paddle Switch Grinder
10. Bosch 1812PSD 6″ Small Angle Grinder with No Lock-On Paddle Switch
11. Bosch 1821 5″ Rat Tail Grinder
12. Bosch 1893-6 9″ Large Angle Grinder with Rat Tail Handle