Creusen HP7200T Powerline Grinder

Creusen HP7200T Powerline Grinder

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Key Features

Creusen 5 Year Warranty
  • Fitted with powerful 600W motor
  • Generous fully adjustable grinding rests
  • Two 25mm wide grey aluminium oxide grindstones, 36g and 80g
  • 5 year warranty

In Detail

A very sturdy bench grinder, ideal for heavier work and fitted with a very powerful 600W motor and 200mm diameter by 25mm wide stones. The generous fully adjustable grinding rests really do enhance this machine with the increased power making it a good machine on which to mount wire brushes or polishing mops. Supplied with two 25mm wide grey aluminium oxide grindstones 36g and 80g. (Bore size 15mm). When fitting wire brushes, the Extension Spindle (900174) and Wheel Guard Cover (200156) should be used to minimise the effect of the brush 'spreading' during use.

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Model HP7200T
Nett Weight 15kg
Power 600W
Rating Trade
Speed 2,850rpm
Wheel Diameter 200mm
Wheel Width 25mm
Bore Size 15mm
Reviews (2)

Reviews (2)



29 February 2016

Not quite what I expected.

After much deliberation I ordered this Creusen bench grinder after having read in various internet forums that Creusen grinders were the "Rolls Royce" of bench grinders.
Not so, I am afraid. I would only say average.
As always Axminster service was excellent. I think it only took one/two days from Axminster to North Yorkshire. Top marks for that.
The grinder was well packed, was heavy and had a quality feel about it. So far so good.
I decided to mount it on a part of my workbench that is 70 mm thick with through bolts (M6) and Nyloc nuts plus washers. This enabled me to use the rubber grommet type feet to absorb any unwanted vibration. This is an option suggested in the rather sparse installation instructions.
When I removed the rubber feet I was most surprised to find that the cast base was not level by several millimeters.
Had I have chosen the alternative fixing method, suggested by Creusen, i.e. fixing directly to the bench top with wood screws and dispensing with the rubber feet I would have needed several millimeters of packing to get it bedded down properly.
By the way, a suggestion to Creusen, why not print a paper template giving the pitching of the four fixing holes, like some manufacturers do. Save a bit of time measuring up.
After a bit of a struggle with getting the M6x70 bolts through their bench top clearance holes, due to the grommet feet popping out of their `'sausage`' slots, all was bolted down and felt OK.
I agree with your other reviewer that the fixings for the tool rests were not completely obvious but managed to get them right on the second attempt.
However, my real gripe is with pressed steel tool rest(s).
These are certainly not a quality item. Although they have two points of adjustment it is all in one plane. i.e. vertical or up and down. There is no horizontal lateral movement of any kind, unless it is forced.
To get the tool rest flat and level with the other rest, level with the centre line of the wheel and have a parallel 2mm gap between rest and wheel (as per Creusen recommendation), was not possible.
I note that you offer both an Axminster and a Veritas Tool Rest and Grinding jig in your catalogue. Could this be the reason why? (incidentally show Creusen some Veritas installation and user instructions, this is what they should be aiming for!)
I bought the bench grinder to sharpen HSS tools for use on an engineering lathe where to ability to hand grind various relief angles is often necessary and basically the Creusen grinder, with the as standard tool rests, do not give me that much confidence.
Other than these two (major) gripes it runs very smoothly. But overall "Rolls Royce" quality, it is not!

Lara Greene

15 September 2014

Very happy with it.

It cost a bit more money than I really wanted to spend but probably worth it in the long run. It has a sturdy feel of quality. Took me a while to figure out how to attach the supports and guards properly as the instructions were not totally clear. I.e, the washers needed to be in the right place for the screws to be secure. Got there through trial and error. Now its all set up and I have been using it for a few days, I am very happy with it. The grinding disks run smoothly and its nice and powerful.

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