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    Default Standard Electrical Tool Company grinder

    This is my 1940's vintage Standard Electrical Tool Company pedastal grinder. It is a 2hp 3phase with 12" x 2" x 1-1/4" wheels. The grinder was made in Cincinnati Ohio and is very heavy roughly 400lbs. It has a GE motor starter with thermal overload protection.
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    Nice grinder. I just fired up my model 100 for the first time and was hoping to find out more about it. I think mine weighs in a little heavier than 400lbs. but I haven’t actually weighed it

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    SETCO is still around conjoined with Cincinnati


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