If that's an angle grinder, it appears to have no guard over the wheel.
Stupid question of the day, please forgive me.
Sometimes the guard over the wheel in a grinder gets in the way of the work you're trying to do.
What's wrong with removing it as long as you're wearing suitable eye-protection, heavy gloves and long-sleeved rugged pants and shirt?
Or is the orientation of these guards adjustable? I've worked with a similar type angle grinder once and it didn't have the guard attached.
I'm not being snarky, just curious.