10 Best Air Powered Grinders

List Updated July 2020

Bestselling Air Powered Grinders in 2020


Neiko 10649A Air-powered Micro Die Grinder, Pencil Style | 54,000 RPM | 1/8" (3mm) Capacity

Neiko 10649A Air-powered Micro Die Grinder, Pencil Style | 54,000 RPM | 1/8
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • Glides through surfaces with a free air speed of 54,000 RPM and working air pressure of 90 PSI
  • Textured throttle with self-closing lever adjusts speed, speed stays constant until you decide to change it
  • Clean jewelry, dies, rotors, backing plates, brake pads, cylinder heads, mounts and many other applications; suitable for hobby use
  • Lightweight 5-1/4" pencil style shaft offers precision control when cutting, grinding and polishing
  • Average Air Consumption: 1.4 cfm (40 L/m); Air Inlet: 1/4"; Includes flexible nylon hose with protective slip-on shield, two collet wrenches and nipple

Neiko 30100A 4" Angle Head Air Powered Grinder with Safety Throttle

Neiko 30100A 4
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020
  • Equipped with a free speed of 11,000 RPM and 90 PSI ideal for buffing, removing rust or smoothing surfaces in preparation of welding
  • Precisely machined steel construction withstands tough metal work for durability and long lasting tool life
  • Built in blade guard protects your body parts from engaging with metal cut off disc while in action
  • Grip controlled handle is equipped with a safety-lock throttle lever to prevent accidental startup
  • Powerful and quick grinder is perfect for metal work and cuts into concrete, bolts, rebar, sanding work and much more

Compact Air Die Grinder Kit (with 1/8'' collet, 1/4'' collet, three aluminum oxide mounted grinding stones and two wrenches)

Compact Air Die Grinder Kit (with 1/8'' collet, 1/4'' collet, three aluminum oxide mounted grinding stones and two wrenches)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Collet size: 1/8'' and 1/4''
  • Maximum speed: 21,000 RPM
  • Required pressure: 90 PSI
  • Average air consumption: 4 CFM
  • Air inlet: 1/4''-18 NPT

Mastercraft Air-powered Micro Air Die Grinder Kit

Mastercraft Air-powered Micro Air Die Grinder Kit
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Mastercraft Micro Air Die Grinder Kit features a pencil type shaft for easier gripping and holding
  • Can perform dry shining, metal polishing and rust cutting on up to 5 lbs (2kg) of metal
  • No-slip rubber feet offer excellent stability. Rustproof polyethylene construction for durability
  • Rustproof polyethylene construction for durability
  • Great for bringing new life back to nuts, bolts, coins and other small metal objects

Husky H4230C 20,000 RPM 1/4 “ Air-Powered Angle Die Grinder Kit w/ Sanding and Surface Preparation Pads (20 Gallon Air Compressor Not Included)

Husky H4230C 20,000 RPM 1/4 “ Air-Powered Angle Die Grinder Kit w/ Sanding and Surface Preparation Pads (20 Gallon Air Compressor Not Included)
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020

Chicago Pneumatic CP9107 Pistol Grip Air Die Grinder

Chicago Pneumatic CP9107 Pistol Grip Air Die Grinder
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • 2 Fingered Progressive Throttle
  • Ideal for Difficult Access Areas
  • 17,000 RPM
  • .20 HP
  • 1-Year parts and labor

Grex MR368 Air-Powered Inline Die Grinder

Grex MR368 Air-Powered Inline Die Grinder
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • Maximum power with 25,000 RPM and 1/4 HP
  • Ergonomic housing with thermal isolator for continual usage
  • Santoprene Grip for superior comfort with a variety of applications
  • Lightweight and compact design to prevent fatigue from prolong use
  • Precision milled hardened steel gears for smooth operation

Air Die Grinder Pneumatic Tool 1/4" Mini Micro Straight Inline Air Compressor

Air Die Grinder Pneumatic Tool 1/4
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Speed (R.P.M) : 22,000
  • Collet Size : 1/4"
  • Air Inlet (N.P.T) : 1/4"
  • Hose Size (ID) : 3/8"
  • Air Pressure (PSI) : 90

5" EXTENSION PNEUMATIC POWER POWERED EXTENDED LONG SHAFT AIR DIE GRINDER TOOL

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BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Free Speed: 25000 rpm, Air Pressure: 90psi, Inlet Size: 1/4"
  • Air Consumption: 4.25 cfm
  • Collet Size: includes 1/8" & 1/4" collets
  • Designed for High Speed Grinding & Polishing In Hard to Reach Area, Professional design, Has interchangeable collets allowing you to use 1/4" and 1/8" shank tools.
  • Ergonomic handle for ease of use and to alleviate hand fatigue.

Neiko?10649A Air-powered Micro Die Grinder, Pencil Type with 54,000 RPM | 1/8" Capacity by Ridgerock Tools Inc.

Neiko?10649A Air-powered Micro Die Grinder, Pencil Type with 54,000 RPM | 1/8
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020

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