|Item Weight||5.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 6.9 x 4.2 inches|
|Item model number||3445MAX|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year limited repair warranty|
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Ingersoll Rand 3445MAX 4-1/2-Inch Air Angle Grinder
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- 0.88-horsepower air motor delivers 12,000 RPM for impressive performance and greater material removal
- Internal governor maximizes speed under load, thus increasing productivity
- Enhanced grip design and lightweight construction increases comfort for extended usage
- Built-in lubricating wick optimizes the life of the angle gear set by improving lubrication to the pinion and bevel gear set
- Features a 6.4-meters-per-second-squared vibration level
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Ingersoll Rand's 3445MAX air angle grinder is ideal for metalworking. View larger
The 3445MAX’s .88-horsepower air motor with 12,000 rpm delivers the power needed to grind through the toughest jobs, and the internal governor maximizes speed under load, increasing the rate of material removal. Its built-in lubricating wick optimizes the life of the angle gear set by improving lubrication to the bevel and pinion gear set. The enhanced grip design increases operator comfort for extended usage, and its lightweight construction – it weighs less than 3.5 pounds – delivers the best power-to-weight ratio in its class.
About Ingersoll Rand
With a history dating back to 1871, Ingersoll Rand and its family of brands represents a proven history in construction, mining, industrial and commercial markets. Through acquisitions, innovations, and customer focus, today's Ingersoll Rand offers market-leading solutions and services that enable customers to create progress through a variety of industries and markets that touch everyday life.
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One Ingersoll Rand 3445MAX 4-1/2-inch air angle grinder.
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Top Customer Reviews
Power is good for a 4.5 grinder. But attaching and replacing the discs sucks. There is no lock, or a nut to hold it from turning. Instead, you use a hex wrench to remove a little screw, then another one to hold the shaft while grabbing the disc to spin it off. If you ran the disc down too small to get the leverage to spin it off, then you need a third hand to use a wrench. If you chew up the little screw,
which I'm certain will happen, then you're definetly scrud.
My old grinder, another IR, had a little nut shaped portion on the shaft that you could put a little wrench on, then spin the disc off.
I had hoped the new one would have evolved to a shaft lock.
Already, the trigger gets stuck, so hooking to air it suddenly turns on. Pretty dangerous.lock.
Note, regardless of what the book says, oil this at least 3 times a day or it will slow down and get draggy like it is going to seize up!
Oh, and be careful, these things earn the term MEATAXE!
Over the years I've experimented with an infinite number of pneumatic angle grinders. I'm certainly not green when it comes to the various brands available, and how they produce on the shop floor.
The Ingersoll Rand brand has always made a reliable and we'll constructed product. And the 3445max is no exception. Perhaps a little pricey but we'll worth it
It's very comfortable and designed for a purpose. The lean body of the grinder allows the operator to use it with eaze over longer periods of time, without the same fatigue brought on by bulkier grinders. Vibration and noise is very low, and the amount of power it produces is more then sufficient to remove material, sand and finish. Throw on a Walter Zip Cut and you have yourself a impressive grinder.
However, a truely unexplainable flaw on this grinder comes from the amount of work needed to change your discs. There's certainly no quick change here. You need your entire tool box when it's time to change a disc. Wrenches , Allen keys and 2 sets of arms for starters. Aside from that it's definitely worth a go. As a Millwright working in heavy industry this grinder gets put to use and it certainly holds his own . Thumbs up
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I work in the field and usually have an air hose out so not having to drag out an extension cord makes it very nicePublished on November 25, 2012 by Rick