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DEWALT DWE4206L 115 mm 1010 W 110 V Mini Grinder £24.52 Amazon
DEWALT DWE4206L 115 mm 1010 W 110 V Mini Grinder £24.52 Amazon

DEWALT DWE4206L 115 mm 1010 W 110 V Mini Grinder £24.52 Amazon

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Let me guess.
You got caught googling Grinder and felt obliged to post this to cover your tracks.


Edited by: "FREEZIN_WOLF" 18th Apr

I just purchased this.

What does it do? What is it used for?
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If only it was 240V.

Brilliant deal, ordered.

Cheers.

callum84

Brilliant deal, ordered.Cheers.



​65.19.

kayc61

​65.19.


Look on the right hand panel for Amazon price.

Why is it 110v? American? Must we use a transformer to operate this?

vibz1991

Why is it 110v? American? Must we use a transformer to operate this?


Not american.

110v also called reduced low voltage. Its mandatory on most sites and lot of workplaces.

Yes you would need a 110v transformer.

Good price if you have 110v transformer already, otherwise extra cost.

Does this come with discs?


Edited by: "Teqnophile" 18th Apr

vibz1991

Why is it 110v? American? Must we use a transformer to operate this?



​110v is for safety reasons. The chance of shock is much lower with 110v than with mains voltage.

Remember though, Voltage jolts, current kills

Let me guess.
You got caught googling Grinder and felt obliged to post this to cover your tracks.


Edited by: "FREEZIN_WOLF" 18th Apr

Super price, nice find OP

Brilliant price for 110v.

1-2 month delivery time. Ouch! Very very cheap though

excellent! cheers!!

Shame not 240v

Ordered 2 Thanks

Great deal,definitely don't need tho...ordered!

Mispriced, but bought anyway. Awaiting cancellation email.

Darzen

Ordered 2 Thanks


That'll be almost 240v then

hamsterboy

​110v is for safety reasons. The chance of shock is much lower with 110v t … ​110v is for safety reasons. The chance of shock is much lower with 110v than with mains voltage.Remember though, Voltage jolts, current kills


A single phase site transformer will have an earthed centre tap so the highest voltage to earth you can receive as an operator is 55V.
HSE guidance still considers this to be safer than 230V protected by a Residual Current Device.

will it go through bike locks

GDB2222

Mispriced, but bought anyway. Awaiting cancellation email.


Amazon dont generally cancel 'mis priced' they leave you waiting for about 3 months and then tell you they can't get it.

londonguy

will it go through bike locks


Yes but your need to provide a power supply and transformer may slow your getaway down...unless you have a reeeeeely long lead

parsimony

A single phase site transformer will have an earthed centre tap so the … A single phase site transformer will have an earthed centre tap so the highest voltage to earth you can receive as an operator is 55V.HSE guidance still considers this to be safer than 230V protected by a Residual Current Device.



Correct. Voltage is basically "electrical pressure", if it cannot overcome the resistance to earth (say your work boots) you won't get a shock. The current will actually be higher in a 110v appliance of identical power (Watts) than it's 230v equivalent. Is something of a moot point though because a shock as little as 60ma can stop your heart if taken across your core...hence the insistence on 110v on site. Even 30millisec 230v jolt can finish you if your unlucky, which is why RCD protection is not all that.

Edited by: "Tyranicus66" 18th Apr

Plenty of stolen 110v transformers at your local cash converters (_;)

hamsterboy

​110v is for safety reasons. The chance of shock is much lower with 110v t … ​110v is for safety reasons. The chance of shock is much lower with 110v than with mains voltage.Remember though, Voltage jolts, current kills



That is fundamentally wrong. In fact with the way the 110V tool transformer supplies the power, you are actually twice as likely to get a shock because there are two "live" conductors rather than one. The reason why it is overall safer is because the live conductors are only at 55V (to earth) rather than 240V.
Edited by: "madasadog" 18th Apr

vibz1991

Why is it 110v? American? Must we use a transformer to operate this?



It expects 110V 50Hz, which is what is supplied by the common yellow "tool transformers" you may have seen on building sites.

They are wired with two live conductors at 55V and 180 degrees out of phase, with a centre tapped earth. The idea is that if the cable insulation is damaged and a conductor becomes exposed and someone comes into contact with it, they only receive 55 volts rather than 240. The difference is substantial and can very easily be the difference between a rather painful jolt, and death.
Edited by: "madasadog" 18th Apr

parsimony

A single phase site transformer will have an earthed centre tap so the … A single phase site transformer will have an earthed centre tap so the highest voltage to earth you can receive as an operator is 55V.HSE guidance still considers this to be safer than 230V protected by a Residual Current Device.



It is safer, and you would normally always use an RCD with a tool transformer anyway

FREEZIN_WOLF

Let me guess. You got caught googling Grinder and felt obliged to post … Let me guess. You got caught googling Grinder and felt obliged to post this to cover your tracks.


That is superb but makes me think that has happened to you in the past or you have great wit ---- off to check your previous deals

I just purchased this.

What does it do? What is it used for?

heat! dammit just got the makita 115 for £60.

if anyone is interrested, with a diamond blade this thing will cut paving slabs easily. However you will have to cut both sides but no biggy.

captain_cab

heat! dammit just got the makita 115 for £60.


I'll take a Makita over a DeWalt any day of the week. I think they've gone right down the pan in the last few years, although to be fair so has much of the competition - most seem to have introduced an 'entry level' range that trades on the brand name but is built right down to a price.

Absolute bargain...God knows why a painter wants one though!!

I have ordered one says delivery between 8th to 28th May just see if it arrives thanks:)

Are these any good for clearing cement between bricks before repointing?

patrick_000

Are these any good for clearing cement between bricks before repointing?



If you need to grind out the existing mortar, does it really need replacing.

Bad pointing should be removed using a hand tool manually to avoid damaging the bricks.

Reprinting with a cement based mortar can do more harm than good on old houses that were originally built using a lime mortar.

Teqnophile

If you need to grind out the existing mortar, does it really need … If you need to grind out the existing mortar, does it really need replacing. Bad pointing should be removed using a hand tool manually to avoid damaging the bricks. Reprinting with a cement based mortar can do more harm than good on old houses that were originally built using a lime mortar.



Yep, I've been enjoying getting the cement out from our old stone walls left there by someone who butchered it with random dollops of the stuff!

All by hand too. Takes a while but better then damaging the stone!
Edited by: "northlondon01" 18th Apr

Speculator

Look on the right hand panel for Amazon price.



​thank you. ordered one. cheers.

Speculator

Look on the right hand panel for Amazon price.



​cheers. ordered now. thanks again
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