We have for sale a Brierley ZB32 Drill Grinding Machine
Brierley Drill Grinders were designed to provide a simple, effective means of sharpening drills accurately with the minimum of skill.
Basically all models consist of a motor and grinding wheel head mounted on a compound slide to enable the grinding wheel to be fed onto the drill.
- Max Drill Grinding Diameter 32mm
- Manual Feed
- Spindle speed 3,300 rpm
- 240 Volt Spindle Motor
- 250 Watt
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Truax Point Guage
5 Cams for right hand drills
- No 2 Green all point angles accept 180º
- No 4 Green 180º only
- No 6 Green Pilot drill of any angle
- No 8 Green 4 Flute Taps and Core Drills
- No 10 3 Flute Taps
We recommend customers visit our warehouse to inspect the machinery in person. Our team is more than happy to offer to test run the equipment to give you the peace of mind that it will perform to your requirements before making a purchase. That way, you can make an informed decision and feel confident in your investment, knowing you’re making a smart choice for your business.
Considering selling your machinery? We buy as well as sell machinery. Downsizing, relocating, closing down, or having surplus equipment. We are always on the lookout for quality machinery to buy. Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your machinery needs and how we can help you. Your success is our priority.
We want to extend a note to all prospective customers. We are happy to provide details of freight companies that transport machines anywhere in Australia or worldwide. However, we want to remind customers that the machines are not insured during transport by either the transport companies or Newmac Equipment. We strongly advise that customers speak with their usual insurance company to take out transport insurance. Your peace of mind is essential to us, and we’re here to support you every step of the way.
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