Blade Safety Brochure

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WET CUTTING DONT’S 1. Don’t use a diamond blade without checking manufacturer’s recommendations for the material to be cut. Improper selection can cause excessive blade wear and possible damage to the diamond saw blade and/or machine and create an unsafe operating condition. 2. Don’t use a new diamond blade or remount a used blade which has a core that is not flat or is cracked, which shows segment damage or loss, or which has a damaged arbour hole.

3. Don’t use mounting flanges on which the bearing surfaces are not clean and flat.

4. Don’t force blade onto machine blade shaft or mount blade on undersized blade shaft. Either condition can result in unsafe operating conditions and excessive blade wear. 5. Don’t mount blade on machine that does not meet the minimum requirements set forth in the manufacturer’s machine.

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