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Model 195236-5

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5 in. Dust Extracting Surface Grinding Shroud

$46.34 /each

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Makita's new grinder dust shroud is designed to fit Makita 4-1/2 in. - 5 in. grinders. It features a spring-loaded suspension system that keeps the shroud flush to the surface during movement and compensates for blade wear. The shroud has a removable edge piece for surface work flush to edges or other objects. It also has soft brushes that help contain the dust and allow for smooth movement over the work surface. The outside diameter of the extraction port will work with most standard vacuum hose systems. The new dust shroud is ideal for concrete finishing, concrete material removal and paint or surface coating removal.

  • Soft brushes prevent dust from escaping and help move the tool over the surface
  • 4 spring suspension system keeps shroud flush with surface during movement and compensates for blade wear
  • Removable edge piece allows surface work flush to other objects
  • Standard hose fitting will work with most vacuum systems OD 1-7/16-Inch
  • Ideal for concrete finishing, concrete material removal and paint or surface coating removal

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Will the dust guard fit the Makita 9557NB- 4 1/2" model?

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June 9, 2015
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Yes, but be advised it is recommended you only use a "cup" type diamond wheel 35-55 dollars and only be used in the horizontal position.(parallel to the working surface)
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YES, however it is only designed to be used in the horizontal position, parallel to the working surface, and you must use a "cup" type diamond wheel. The wheel could be anywhere from 35-55 dollars.
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November 24, 2014
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The Makita 4-1/2 in. Dust Collecting Wheel Guard (195236-5), fits Makita 4-1/2 in. & 5" Angle Grinders, with the exception of model 9005B. In addition, it is not designed to fit competitor brand grinders.
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November 24, 2014
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Hi KO255, yes this guard will work with Makita grinders that are 4 1/2" or 5 " models. The Makita 9557NB is a great tools. Enjoy.
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Re Makita 4 1/2 in-5in Surface Dust Collecting Shroud

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January 16, 2013
Am I able to connect this to a shopvac, or is a more advanced vacuum system required.
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I purchased a $9 hose adapter set at Home Depot and attached it to my shop vac. It worked fine.
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June 9, 2015
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You can use a shop vac, but make sure you use the correct filter (s). I like to wet the inside of the vac, not the filters though.
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January 24, 2013
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The outlet of the 4-1/2" shroud is a standard 1-1/2 outside diameter, which will work with most shop vacuums.
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January 17, 2013
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Hi Th, this product will fit into a hose diameter of 1 1/2 inches, so a common type shop vac can work. You would take the hose from the vacuum and fit it over the shroud exhaust tube. This is a pressure fit only. That means there is no snap connection or other type of connecting device.
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will the shroud fit any angle grinder ?

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January 19, 2016
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It did NOT fit my bosch 4.5 in grinder. It barely fit my Kawasaki 4.5 in grinder. Be sure to check it first.
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June 9, 2015
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No m# 195236-5 is for the 41/2" to 5" Makita electric grinder
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The Makita 4-1/2 in. Dust Collecting Wheel Guard (195236-5), fits Makita 4-1/2 in. & 5" Angle Grinders, with the exception of model 9005B. In addition, it is not designed to fit competitor brand grinders.
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Will a diamabrush fit with this shroud or can it only be used with a cup wheel?

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This Dust Extracting Shroud is designed to be used with Makita Diamond Cup Wheels. Specifically, it will work with 4-1/2” Makita Diamond Cup Wheels, part numbers A-96198 and A-96403, which are available on www.homedepot.com. Fitment with Diamabrush wheels is not guaranteed – therefore, we cannot recommend using the shroud and Diamabrush products.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Looks well made I got this on the off chance it might fit my non Makita angle grinder but unfortunately it doesn't. The dust shroud however appears very well made and easy to install. The top that mounts to your grinder has springs and floats which allows you to push the blade down to accommodate different blade thicknesses. It's hard to tell from the photo listed but a portion of the dust collector comes off to allow you to grind close to edges. It simply slides on and off without tools. July 22, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by works great save my lungs I've been looking for one of these for a long time that's funny that Makita is coming out with this product it is a very durable product April 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Grinder shroud (Makita) I bought this to do some floor grinding. I did not realize it would not fit on my Bosch grinder. Be sure to check for compatability before purchasing. Luckily after some slight modification it fit on my Kawasaki grinder. It works well and seems well build. January 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Keeps down dust when grinding concrete and paint floors The Makita 4-1/2 in. Dust Collecting Wheel Guard is a shroud covering to contain primarily concrete and paint dust from floor grinding which can be a problem. It gets everywhere and is unhealthy to inhale besides. The wheel guard is tough plastic which I'd say is made of ABS plastic. It has a metal spring and plate mechanism to hold the guard down to the floor. The spring could have been longer to allow for more travel with different wheels. The cover uses a cup wheel and some are deeper than others. Its compact and smaller than I expected and others I've seen. A section of the front plastic cover can be removed to get up close to walls with the wheel. The cover has an interesting locking mechanism with a sliding lock. Around the perimeter of the guard is a small brush strip to keep the dust in the guard and out the vacuum exhaust port. The exhaust port is small and fits loosely my 1 1/4” vacuum fitting. The guard does a good job corralling dust if kept up against the floor. The dust is very fine so watch it doesn't burn out your shop vac motor, clean the filter often and duct tape the port if needed. It does a fine job for its special use of trapping dust. June 11, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by OOP'S... Not What I Thought I needed to cut some drainage grooves in concrete. I have a Makita 9557NB 41/2" grinder with several types of wheels. I have been putting this off knowing that it will create so much dust that it could cause a Nuclear Winter. When I saw this item I thought perfect, I have the grinder and lot's of grinding wheels. Well not so fast , in reading the manual , the first thing that caught my eye was you need to use a Diamond "cup" wheel and the collector is only designed to use parallel to the working surface. No. 1 the blade is anywhere from 35-55 dollars. No. 2 I think the description should have been a little clearer and at least used the word "horizontal" dust collecting wheel. You have to use a 'cup" wheel because a flat wheel would scrape on the collector, some call this a "depressed" center, but technically "cup" versus "depressed" is different . So just to see if it would work I took a depressed center wheel and a combination of flat and lock washers to build up the wheel just enough so it would not hit the collector. Found a broken concrete block that still had enough of a flat surface for testing. Hooked up the grinder and my shop vac and ...... yes as long as you keep the dust cover horizontal you will contain the dust enough for the shop vac to catch it. I didn't do this to long just enough to see if it worked, why waste a good wheel, I gave the ratings I did because the tool does what it was designed to do and the fact that it doesn't do what I thought it would do is not the tools fault. June 9, 2015
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