We are pleased to offer a Repco Power S6A surface grinder for sale.
Proudly made in Australia. This high-quality grinder was manufactured by Repco power and offered exceptional performance and reliability, making them an excellent investment for any business seeking to enhance their machining capabilities. Contact us today to learn more about this product.
Specifications are as follows
- Magnetic chuck size 600mm x 300mm, which has good hold down power
- Max grinding wheel Ø, not know but has clearance in the guard for Ø450mm, current grinding wheel appox. Ø350mm
- Max workpiece hight under the wheel, depends on grinding wheel Ø, current wheel would accommodate 290mm
- Travels accomodate passing over full length & width of the magnetic chuck
- Can be used in manual mode & automatic mode with cross feed
- Power requirements 3 phase 415 volt
- Overall dimensions for transport 2.5m x 1.8m x 2.5m high
- Weight approx. 3 tons
- Coolant system
- Manual magnetic chuck
- Power rise & fall on the grinding wheel head
For customers who wish to pay us a visit, we are happy to test run machinery in our warehouse, that way it gives you peace of mind that the machine will do your job prior to purchase.
Please feel free to call us on 03-9720-3922 for more information & price or pop in to inspect the machine at your convenience.
We are always interested in purchasing metalworking machinery & surplus equipment. Should you be looking at Downsizing, Relocating, Closing Down or have machinery that is surplus to requirements, we would appreciate the opportunity to assist in any way we can.
We would like 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.
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