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Milwaukee 6072 - 2.25 Max HP - 7"/9" Sander - 5500 RPM

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INCLUDES:


(1) 2.25 max HP, 7"/9" Sander (6072)


(1) Flange


(1) Nylon Washer


(1) Side Handle

 

Availability: In stock

$412.67

Milwaukee 6072 - 2.25 Max HP - 7"/9" Sander - 5500 RPM

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Additional Information


Stock Code 6072
Brand Milwaukee
Family Sanders
Voltage (V) 120 AC/DC
Amperage 13 Amps
Amp Rating 13A
Length (in) 17"
Weight (lb.) 9.3 lbs
Cord Type: 9' Fixed
No Load RPM: 5500 RPM
Trigger Lock: Yes
Spindle: 5/8"-11
Construction Type: Double Insulated
Spindle Lock: Yes
Diameter 7"/9" Wheel
Notes For additional options and special quantity discounts, please contact our sales department 1-(855)-296-9508 x 101 or send email to cs@bulbspro.com

Product Details

This 13 amp, 5,000 RPM, 2.25 maximum horsepower sander provides high performance and durability for moderately heavy jobs. Sold without accessories, a 7 or 9 inch backing pad and disc can be attached allowing this tool to be used for removing paint or rust from metal, plastic and fiberglass surfaces. Spiral bevel gears transfer maximum torque for heavy duty jobs. Spring loaded recessed spindle lock assists in easy accessory changes. This tool can be converted to a grinder by purchasing either a 7 inch or 9 inch guard and wheel which are easily attached to the tool. Grinding applications remove more material and may be used to shape metal.

Features

  • 2.25 maximum horsepower, 13 amp motor
  • 7 inch or 9 inch capacity, 5,000 RPM, AC-DC
  • Spiral bevel gearing for performance and durability
  • Sander may be converted to grinder by using the proper wheel guard

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