If you are a highly experienced enthusiast or professional detailer looking to purchase the best rotary machine polisher currently available then look no further, as the legendary Makita 9227CB Rotary Machine Polisher is widely recognised as the benchmark for tools of this type by the very best detailers all around the world. We have been using a pair of Makita 9227CB units for our paint correction services for more than three years now and during this time they have performed faultlessly, despite being worked hard at high speed for many thousands of hours. In addition to its robustness, the design is also ergonomically brilliant and extremely well balanced, meaning that all of the switchgear is conveniently positioned at your fingertips and that even long periods of use remain comfortable. Although we have tried out various other makes of rotary machine polishers, none have come close to offering the same performance benefits as the Makita 9227CB and for this reason it comes highly recommended.
The Makita 9227CB Rotary Machine Polisher is a CE approved 240 volt UK specification circular polisher that is widely recognised as the benchmark for tools of this type by professional detailers all around the world. Weighing just 3 kg, it features a powerful 1200 watt motor that delivers consistent performance under load across its full speed range of 600 - 3000 RPM, which incidentally is fully controllable using the variable soft start speed trigger and ergonomically well positioned maximum speed selector thumbwheel. A further benefit of the excellent design is the provision of a self locking M14 spindle that accepts backing plates ranging from 50 mm to 180 mm in diameter. Each Makita 9227CB Rotary Machine Polisher comes as standard with a multi-position D-shaped handle, a 165 mm rigid backing plate, a 180 mm wool cutting pad, an allen key and a one year return to base warranty.
Rotary polishing is a specialist paint rectification process that requires a significant amount of hands on training to properly master and should not be attempted until sufficient experience has been gained through practice on scrap panels. Furthermore, because it usually involves a relatively high degree of paint removal, it should only ever be undertaken in conjunction with a properly calibrated paint thickness gauge. For these reasons, we suggest that anyone wishing to learn how to use a rotary polisher properly seeks professional training in the first instance, as there is a limit to what can be learnt by reading online and, in our opinion, rotary polishing falls well beyond it.
|Cable length:||3 m|
|Warranty:||1 year return to base|
|Speed range:||600 - 3000 RPM|
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