Unique combination of compactness, quality and features at an attractive price
(1888PressRelease) November 06, 2010 - Power tools manufacturer SKIL introduces its new generation of small angle grinder. The new SKIL 9620 is more compact and lighter in weight for comfortable and easy handling.
The SKIL small angle grinder 9620 is highly compact yet robust and reliable. The new tool has a super slim grip size of only 57mm, enabling firm grip while its lightweight design of 1.1 Kg provides users with comfortable and easy handling.
Equipped with a powerful 620W motor, the SKIL small angle grinder 9620 produces a no-load speed of 11,000 rpm which provides great efficiency in grinding and cutting. SKIL 9620 is also ideal for delicate sanding, scrubbing, polishing and rust removal applications on metal as well as for tile or stone cutting and grinding.
In addition, SKIL 9620 is equipped with reinforced windings and double insulation for protection against dust abrasions and metal fillings generated during grinding and cutting operations.
As one of the leading power tools brands, SKIL power tools have a long lasting lifespan. The new SKIL small angle grinder 9620 has a metal gear housing and dust-sealed ball bearing construction, making it particularly robust with longer tool life.
As with all SKIL power tools, the small angle grinder is attractively priced. The SKIL small angle grinder 9620 also offers user friendly features including a safety spindle lock function for easy exchange of accessories and an extra side handle giving users optimal control during operations.
User safety is a top priority in the design of all SKIL power tools. The new SKIL small angle grinder 9620, now available in Singapore features a super protective guard to ensure safe operation and protect users from burst wheel.
Targeted at price-conscious professionals, the new SKIL small angle grinder 9620 offers a unique combination of quality and features to ensure users deliver consistent, outstanding work performance at all times.
Skil 9620 Specifications
Input power: 620 W
No-load speed: 11,000 rpm
Disc diameter: 100 mm
Spindle thread: M 10
Grip size (diameter) : 57 mm
Contant electronics: No
Side handle: Yes
Power cord: 3 m
Weight: 1.1 kg
The SKIL brand was taken over by Bosch Group in 1996 and the first SKIL products were introduced in Asia in 2002. In 2005-2006, a comprehensive range of SKIL products specifically designed for the Asian market was launched across the Asia Pacific region.
Bosch has been present in Singapore since 1923. It is represented in Singapore by four companies - Robert Bosch (SEA) Pte Ltd, Bosch Rexroth Pte Ltd, Bosch Packaging Technology Pte Ltd and BSH Home Appliances Pte Ltd, of which Bosch has a 50 per cent interest.
Robert Bosch (SEA) is the headquarters for the region with subsidiaries in Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam. The Automotive Aftermarket and Security Systems divisions have their Asia Pacific headquarters in Singapore.
Apart from being the regional office for the Bosch Group, Singapore also houses the IT Center for Asia Pacific with an IT operations center to service more than 200 Bosch locations in the region and an IT R&D facility to design and develop global IT platforms and systems for Bosch. In 2008, the Asia Pacific Center for Corporate Research and Advance Engineering begun its operations here. By the third quarter of 2009, Robert Bosch (SEA) will complete the building of its new regional headquarters building at Bishan with a gross floor area of 223,000 square feet which will be able to house over 1,000 Bosch associates in Singapore.
Additional information can be accessed at www.bosch.com.sg