Mirka unveils first battery-powered grinding tool

Mirka UK says it is expanding its product portfolio with the launch of its first battery-powered grinding tool which enables end users to switch quickly and efficiently to another accessory, so they have the right tool for the job.

The Mirka ANGOS ARG-B200 can be used for multiple applications including metal grinding, paint removal, surface conditioning, cutting and deburring. A selection of accessories are sold separately to the tool enabling the user to change the attachment quickly depending on the task. They include 50mm Quick lock discs, Abranet max flap discs, deburring tools, and other tools that fit a 6mm collet.

The Mirka ANGOS ARG-B200 combines an ergonomic design with a variable speed control trigger to ensure the user has optimal control over the tool, no matter the application it is being used on. The battery reduces the user’s need to access pneumatic air hoses or electrical outlets to get the job done, which, in turn, leads to a tidier workspace.

In addition, the tool comes with Bluetooth technology, which allows it to be paired with a variety of devices and enables the use of the myMirkapp app. The app provides several features that allow users to measure vibrations and track their daily vibration exposure, while also ensuring the tool performs at an optimal level.

Peter Sartain, national sales manager Industrial for Mirka UK, said: “We want our tools to make an impact on the market and the ANGOS does this through its versatility. It has been designed for use across multiple applications, which means it will never be out of work. In addition, we believe this tool will instantly improve productivity and efficiency through its ability to access hard to reach areas that other tools cannot penetrate.”





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