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RP Bench grinder RP BG 6 and 8
RP Bench grinder RP BG 6 and 8
The bench grinder for sharpening and mechanical tips and tools in HSS

A good quality grinder is an essential part of any workshop and is also an extremely useful tool for general household tasks, such as the sharpening of knives, gardening tools and many other items.
The Record Power grinders have a long and established reputation for robustness, solidity and long lasting performance, making them the perfect choice for the home workshop.

Both grinders feature adjustable spark guards and tool rests. The bodies are cast iron to reduce vibration and give the smooth operation that is essential for successful, accurate sharpening. Rubber feet also dampen vibration whilst
ensuring the grinder does not move during use.
The 40mm whitestone is ideal for giving a fine finish, particularly to HSS turning tools, while the more coarse greystone is perfect for rougher grinding and shaping. With its larger motor and more substantial grinding stones, the RPBG8 is well suited to the busier workshop, while the more compact RPBG6 makes an ideal all-round grinder for home use.
The build quality and reliability of these grinders is significantly higher than some of the more common and cheaper machines, which generally have lower powered motors and are substantially lighter. Record Power grinders are designed to give many years of service and replacement stones are readily available should the original ones become worn out, a sure sign of the robustness of these machines.

Technical data
Features RPBG 150 RPBG 200
Art no. 230V JRSBG600M JRSBG800M
Diameter stone 150 mm 200 mm
White stone Size : 40 mm 40 mm
Grey stone Size : 20 mm 25 mm
Hole stone 12,7 mm (1/2“) 16 mm (5/8”)
Power 350 W 500 W
Weight 10 kg 13,5 Kg
Item code
Standard equipment
2 grinders for tools Ø 150 mm RPBG6 and Ø 200 mm RPBG8
Adjustable tool rest
Large eye shield
RP Bench grinder RP BG 6 and 8
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