Wear goggles, face guard, earmuff, gloves, safety footwear, head protector and protective work clothes before run diamond blade.
Check the suitability of dry or wet cutting.
Be sure there is a blade guard in the power machine.
Be sure the material to be cut is suitable for the blade.
Mount the blade in the proper direction of rotation.
Run the diamond blade within its maximum operating speed.
Do not force blade into the material to be out.
Do not cut or grind with side of cut curve.
Inspect blade periodically during use for overheat or damage.
Read tool manual before use of this diamond cut off wheel.
Follow OSHA and ANSI B7.1 standards.
For specified material only.
Use eye, face, dust and ear protection.
Wear body apron and gloves.
Speed rating of diamond cut off wheel must be greater than tool speed.
Do not perform cutting operations without an appropriate guard or foot adjusted for maximum operator protection and stability.
Mount wheel with the flanges intended for cut off wheels. Do not mount the wheel on the grinder, if debris is present in the locking mechanism. Run in for one minute before cutting application.
Do not jam, twist or pinch wheel in the work piece, or apply excessive side pressure to the wheel. Kickback may occur if wheel is jammed.
Do not use near flammable materials or gases, fire or explosion may result.
Do not attempt to release the wheel while the grinder is still running.
Do not touch wheel immediately after use as it may still be hot.
Discard wheel if dropped, cracked or chipped.
Regularly clean the clamping set, spindle and saw blade.
Pay attention to the dimensions of the saw blade. The bore in the saw blade must match the backing flange and must under no circumstances be enlarged
Ensure that the permitted maximum speed of the saw blade matches at least the maximum speed of the power tool.
Check the saw blade before using it. The saw blade must be mounted properly and be able to rotate freely. Carry out a test run for at least 30 seconds with no-load. Do not under any circumstance use damaged, out-of-round or vibrating saw blades.
Do not press or tilt the saw blade during cutting. Work with moderate feed adapted to the material being cut. Avoid hard initial contact or stabbing.
Do not overload the saw blades because overloaded saw blades quickly become dull Take breaks when dry cutting to allow the blade to cool
Work only at a right angle and in a straight axis. Curved saws and tilting can lead to cracks in the core or segment breaks.
Do not touch saw blades until they have cooled down The saw blades become very hot while working.
Remove the saw blade before transporting the power tool in order to prevent damage.