You need torque [T] or speedI've had cheapies, and I'm tired of them burning up.
Anyone have opinions on angle grinders?
I just thought I should mention that the equation:10A at 120v = 1200w in, so probably 600w out, almost 1 hp, at some specified RPM.
Couldn't you have illustrated the difference between vectors and scalars, volts, amps, vars, va, PF, inductive reactance, motor core losses, magnetization current, flux linkages, hysteresis, permeability, back emf, etc., by using a photo of women mud wrestling, or something?Watts = Volts X Amps
Watts going on?
man pulling on something
There is tension
women are watching
he's still pulling on that thing
women are laughing
Yes. I've already notified the authorities!Nerd alert!
The operator has to oppose the torque generated by the grinder in operation. The angle gives him/her a lever arm to make this easy.an angle grinder
Sorry, it was me that caused the confusion. The original post in this thread said that Quattro was looking for a 4 1/2 inch ANGLE grinder. The angle grinder stuck, but the 4 1/2 inch didn't, so I was thinking the guy was looking for a 7 or 9 inch grinder.Dude, I get it, you're smart. But, you don't answer questions very well, honestly.
I asked: What is the difference between a hand grinder and an angle grinder?