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CP3650 Series - Industrial grinders & sanders

Engineered for productivity. Ideal for grinding, sanding, cutting, contouring, deburring, finishing and weld cleaning.

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Our CP3650 angle grinders and sanders feature:

A durable helical bevel gear with an advanced design

developed to reduce vibrations and to decrease stress on the gears when transmitting torque to the abrasive. The result is a maintenance interval of up to 2,000 hours.

A low noise level exhaust

with built-in anti-backing valve.

A streamlined and ergonomic two-position safety trigger

that can be adapted to an operator’s grip above or below the housing.

A composite thermal insulating over-sleeve

that provides excellent comfort and grip for safer extended operation.

A spindle lock feature

that allows for a quick and easy abrasive replacement to reduce tool downtime.

A vibration-damping side handle

for greater operator comfort. It can be positioned for left-hand or right-hand use.

Feature highlight:

A governed air motor of 2.3 hp / 1700 W

governed motor

that delivers its maximum torque close to the free speed of the tool, prevents overspeed and reduces air consumption. Read more

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Learn more from our experts

What can I do to limit vibrations for the operator? What solution exist on the market to reduce grinder’s vibrations?

Limiting vibrations – it’s all in the balance

17 September, 2018

Power tools are a key to productivity in the oil & gas or the metal working industry. Maintenance and production tasks must be carried out efficiently, however intensive use of vibrating power tools, such as grinders, can expose operators to Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS). How can we reduce risks, improve productivity and reduce abrasive costs at the same time?

expert article - how to limit risks using grinders - overview

Safety grinding tips

27 May, 2019

Making your workplace as safe as possible to minimize the risk of accidents is one of your highest priorities. Here are some best practices you can take to improve safety when using pneumatic tools, while also decreasing your company’s total cost of operations. Grinding and sanding are safe so long as you follow simple rules.