Special protective segments protect the main blade against undercut
Diamond cutting discs become blunt at excessively high rotation speeds and wear too rapidly at insufficient peripheral surface speeds
If ease of cutting is lost (indicated by heavy sparking), resharpen the disc in abrasive material, e.g. sandstone, with several cuts
Cut larger workpiece cross-sections into several sections (swing cut)
Work without applying pressure – the weight of the machine is sufficient. Increased pressure causes increased wear.
Diamond cutting discs are designed for straight cutting. Cutting curves deforms the blade and results in core cracks and segment tear-offs – risk of injury!
Despite the level of safety offered by the tool, always wear safety glasses and clothing while working
Observe the information on the label (max. rotation speed), the restrictions of use and the safety instructions
The direction arrow on the disc must match the machine’s direction of rotation
Must not be used for lateral grinding
Use the appropriate protective hood
Clamping must be performed only by a trained specialist (do not use force, use clean clamping flanges of the same size, perform a test run)
If grinding tools are clamped or used incorrectly or are damaged, they represent a danger and may cause serious injury
For hand-held cutters and floor saws
For dry and wet cutting
For tarmac, concrete (abrasive), young concrete, mortar, plaster, screed, soft sand-lime brick