Automotive detailers, marine enthusiasts and stone polishers rely on Makita polishers for high-quality detailing and polishing. The 7” Polisher (model 9237C) combines consistent power and speed control with new durability and performance features. The result is a fast and powerful polisher for clear coat finishes, stone polishing, and more.
Detailers will appreciate the variable speed dial and trigger so they can match the speed to the application, and the constant speed control is engineered to maintain consistent speed even under load. The 9237C has a rubberized loop handle that provides added comfort for users and added protection for delicate work surfaces. For increased durability, the Polisher has a wire mesh intake cover to prevent wool bonnet fibers and other debris from entering the motor.
Variable speed dial and trigger enables user to match the speed to the application
Constant speed control maintains constant speed under load
Soft start for smooth start-ups and less fling off of polish, wax or paste
Rubberized loop handle and gear housing for operator comfort and to help protect delicate surfaces from damage
Wire mesh intake covers to prevent wool fibers from entering the motor
Improved cord guard for increased flexibility and longer life
Externally accessible brushes for easy serviceability
Rubber tool rest for upside down placement of tool when used with the side handle
Lock-on button for continuous use operation
3-prong plug to prevent static electricity accumulation
The Makita U.S.A., Inc. Head Office is located in La Mirada, California, and operates an extensive distribution network located throughout the U.S. The Makita Corporation of America is located in Buford, Georgia, and is part of a global Makita network of ten manufacturing and assembly plants that is the source of Makita products used on job sites around the world. The product development team works closely with engineers on job sites to develop products that exceed the demands of the American contractor. Makita U.S.A., Inc. operates warehouse and distribution facilities in La Mirada and Buford, as well as Mt. Prospect, Illinois and Wilmer, Texas. Buford and Wilmer are also the locations of Makita University, a hands-on educational experience where contractors and dealers can learn the latest technologies, products and applications.