|Item Weight||0.48 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||16 x 14.2 x 10.8 inches|
|Item model number||5002A|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Sunex International|
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Sunex 5002A Bench Grinder with Light, 8-Inch
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- Comes with two griding wheels, coarse 36 grit and medium 60 grit
- Built in bright, flexible work light
- Each wheel has protective spark guard and adjustable eye shield
- Cast iron base for durability
- Mounting holes and rubber feet
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Sunex Tools Bench Grinder with Light (5002A)
Efficiency saves you valuable time and money. Sunex Tools Shop Equipment gets you close to your work and helps you stay there.
Sunex tools are tested against rigorous standards, ensuring lasting durability. Sunex shop tools, including our high-performance bench grinders, are backed by our 1 year warranty.
Since 1977, we at Sunex Tools have prided ourselves on being experts in the automotive repair and heavy duty industry.
- Bench grinder
- Two wheels: coarse 36 grit and medium 60 grit
- Two spark guards
- Two eye shields
- 40 watt work light
The grinder's heavy, rugged cast iron base provides durability and stability while reducing vibration.
Safety Eye Shields
The grinder includes left and right eye shields for added safety during use. (Always wear proper personal eye protection)
Convenient Tool Rest
The aluminum tool rest makes it easy to keep any tool stable during the grinding process.
Always have the best light on your projects with the attached 40-watt goose-neck work lamp.
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Bright, flexible work light Has two 8 grit wheels: coarse 36 and medium 60 Each wheel has protective spark guard and adjustable eye shield Mounting holes and rubber feet make grinder easy to mount on a stand (optional - part 5003 or 5005) or use on an approved worktable or workbench Conveniently placed, easy to use on/off switch Long, 6-foot power cord Cast iron base for durability Ball bearing construction for smooth operation 5/8 Arbor accepts standard 8 wheel UL & CSA Listed Includes: eye shields, tool rests Power: 3/4 HP Motor No load speed: 3450 RPM Motor: 5 Amp Voltage: 115V/60Hz Shipping Wt. (Lbs.): 30
From the Manufacturer
Comes with two griding wheels - coarse 36 grit and medium 60 grit. Built-in, bright, flexible work light. Each wheel has protective spark guard and adjustable clear eye sheild. Mounting holes and rubber feet make grinder easy to mount on stand, worktable or workbench'. Conveniently placed easy to use on/off switch. Long 6 foot power cord. No load speed: 3450 RPM. Cast iron base for durability. Ball bearing construction for smooth operation. UL and CSA Listed. 3/4 HP, 5 Amp/115V/60Hz Motor; 5/8" Arbor
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If I could give any positive light on this device, it would be to say that it has a really powerful motor, spins up fast, and coasts a LONG Time after power-down. The negative side of this though, is that while it's trying to buck itself violently off your bench-top, you gotta hang on for dear life for an awful long time.
Seriously, the grinding disks were wobbling badly due to cheap retention system that hinged on using snap-rings in a groove on the shaft, coupled with two poorly stamped-out, not-at-all-flat flat washers. Tried noting the side to side run-out with a dial indicator but it didn't have enough range to take it all in. Still, I did note and mark which were the highs and lows on the left disk, pulled the disk and resorted to shimming with bits of tape and cardboard, and almost got it squared up. Almost. Still wanted to fly off the bench top. Then I tried the same with the right disk. To loosen it, I had to take a grip on the left wheel to steady the motor shaft against my wrench on the right-side retaining nut. And the whole left wheel spun loose, screwing up my pathetic attempt at shimming it.
After wasting more hours than I care to mention, and looking at the unfortunately now scrapped shipping container, I decided returning it was not a viable option. Option 2 was a trip to the trash can.. It went to the land fill the following morning, where it can rust away in peace forever. Replaced it with a 8" DeWalt unit from Home Depot for 2/3 the price and a whole lot better machine.