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WARNING: The following safety information should only be used as a guide. All grinding and cut-off wheels should be used in a method that complies with OSHA rules and the ANSI B7.1 Safety Code.


DO

DON’T
DO visually inspect all wheels before mounting for possible damage in transit. DON’T use a wheel that has been dropped.
DO always handle and store wheels in a careful manner. DON’T force a wheel onto the machine or alter the size of the mounting hole – if the wheel won’t fit the machine, get one that will.
DO check maximum operating speed established for the wheel against machine speed. DON’T ever exceed maximum operating speed established for the wheel.
DO check mounting flanges for equal and correct diameter. (Should be at least 1/3 diameter of the wheel and relieved around hole.) DON’T use mounting flanges on which the bearing surfaces are not clean and flat.
DO use mounting blotters supplied with wheels. DON’T tighten the mounting nut excessively.
DO be sure work rest is properly adjusted. (Center of the wheel or above; no more than 1/8″ away from the wheel.) DON’T grind on the side of the wheel unless wheel is specifically designed for that purpose.
DO always use a guard covering at least one-half of the wheel. DON’T start the machine until the wheel guard is in place.
DO allow newly mounted wheels to run at operating speed, with guard in place, for at least one minute before grinding or cutting. DON’T jam work into the wheel.
DO always wear safety glasses or some type of eye protection when grinding or cutting. DON’T stand directly in front of a grinding wheel whenever a grinder is started.
DO turn off coolant before stopping the wheel to avoid creating an out-of-balance condition. DON’T grind or cut material for which the wheel is not designed.



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