TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION

 

Product Advantages
Special wire (tempering wire) is more flexible and anti-fatigue,have a longer life
wire distributed evenly and firmly,result in increasing the concentricity
The brush body and wire work in coordination to get the optimal level
More competitive price
 
How To Find Suitable Wire Brush?
 
 Raw Material Selection    Type Selection
Firstly,choose the right raw material in addition to application.
There are 3 colors for you  to choose.
These are 3 types with different effectfor you choose. Types as follows: Filaments corrugated
type,Multiple junction type,Drain the wire type
         
 Tools Selection         
Choose suitable tool
Professional steel wire brush is mainly used for
BURRING
especially for Secondary Burr Result of Milling,Grinding,Turnery,Hole Drilling.
 
Steel Wire Gray
Stainless Steel Wire Blue
Nylon(sic) Red
 
SURFACE FINISH
Cleaning
Rust Removing,Dirt Removing
Weld Joint Removing
cleaning ,Painting Removing
inferior Smooth Polishing,fine finishing
Rough Machining,Grain Grinding
Grinding (By sic)
  SUITABLE DRIVE TOOL
Hand-hold Tool
Electric Drill
Mini Grinding tool
Angle grinder,aerodynamic angle grinder
     


Technical Information
The use of diamond blades is rapidly growing as people become increasingly more knowledgeable and experienced, demanding better _ nishes and faster results. With an in depth knowledge of the construction and building industry Flexovit provides a range of diamond blades to meet any demand.
All Flexovit diamond blades conform to the highest European safety standard, EN13236, which ensures that all products are manufactured and tested to the highest quality. All Flexovit products are laser-marked in accordance with the requirements of EN13236.
 
APPLICATION
Where greater differentiation of products by application is needed, this is done through colour coding.
         
Steel/Reinforced
Concrete
General Purpose/
Granite
Concrete/
Hard Materials
Tile Asphalt/Abrasive
Materials


 

MAXIMUM OPERATING SPEED
Diameter(mm) Max m/s Max RPM
105 80 15300
110 80 13900
115 80 13300
125 80 12250
150 80 10200
180 80 8500
200 80 7650
230 80 6650
250 100 7650
300 100 6400
350 100 5500

 

Never exceed the Maximum Operating Speeds:
Hand held blades Φ ≤230mm : 80m/s
Hand held blades Φ> 230mm : 100m/s
Others : 63m/s

 

 

 

 
SAFETY ADVICE-DON'TS
 
For your safety you should ensure that you are fully aware of how to safely use diamond blades
 
DON'T Allow untrained people to use abrasives
DON' Use a product that is damaged or one which has been dropped
 
DON 'Use a product if it cannot be properly identified
 
DON 'T Use a machine that is not in good working order or one with defective parts
DON'T Force the abrasive onto the mounting device or modify the size of the mounting hole
 
DON’T Exceed the maximum operating speed marked on the product
 
DON' T Apply shock or excessive force to the product or let it overheat
 
DON' T Use mounting which are not clean and flat
 
DON'T Tighten the mounting device excessively
 
DON ' T Start the machine until the guard is in place and fastened securely
 
DON’T Continue to use a product if vibration occurs.True or replace it
 
DON' T Gind on the part of the product which is not designed for the operation
 
DON'T Start the machine with the work piece in contact with the abrasive product
 
DON'T Grind material for which the product is not designed
 
DON'T Stop the abrasive by applying pressure to its surface its it stop naturally
DON'T Exceed permissible rotation speeds refer to values engraved on product
DON’T Use blades with missing segments or care cracks
 
DON'T Use dry products marked for wet use
 
DON'T Wear loose clothing ties and jewellery
 
DON'T Use abrasive products near ammable materials
 
SAFETY ADVICE-DO'S
 
For your safety you should ensure that you are fully aware of how to safely use diamond blades
 
DO Read the safety instructions provided by the abrasives and equipment supplier
DO Store abrasives in dry frost free conditions avoiding wide variations in temperature
 
DO Ensure the product is suitable for its purpose
 
DO Handle store and transport products with care
DO Disconnect the power to the machine before fitting the product
 
DO Examine all products before mounting and periodically during blade use for possible defects or damage (core flatness,fatigue cracks,undercutting,arbor hole damage...)
 
DO Check that correct mounting devices are used and that they are clean,undistorted and free from burrs
 
DO Ensure that work rests are properly adjusted and secure
 
DO Always use a correctly designed and adjusted guard (on the blade and belts)
 
DO Ensure that the work piece is secure
 
DO Wear appropriate personal protective equipment at all times
 
DO Avoid clogging an uneven wear to ensure that the product is working efficiently
 
DO Ensure accordance between product direction arrow/machine rotation
 
DO Ensure that all machines using abrasives meet the requirements of the current european machinery directives-CE
 
DO Be aware of the hazards likely during the use of abrasives and observe the recommended precautions to be taken
-Bodily contact with the abrasive product at operating speed
-lnjury resulting from product breakage during use
-Grinding debris sparks fumes and dust generated by the grinding process
–Noise
–Vibration


TROUBLE SHOORING
Diamond blade does not cut
cause
Solution
The segments are too hard for the material
Check if the blade is suitable for the material
Cause
Solution
The segments have become blunt
Sharpen the segments by cutting an abrasive material(e.g. sandstone)
Cause
Solution
lnsufficient machine power
Check the voltage machine power and filters
Excessive wear
Cause
Solution
The segment too soft for the material (e. g .if a blade material is used to cut abrasive material)
Check if the diamond blade is suitable for the material
Cracking of steel centre
Cause
Solution
The segments are too hard for the material
Check if the blade is suitable for the material
Cause
Solution
 
Excessive cutting pressure overheating material slippage twisting or jamming in the cut
Leave the blade to do the work do not exert too much pressure and allow the blade to cool regularly by leaving it to rotate away from the work piece for a few seconds
Loosening or cracking of segments
Cause

Solution
The segments are too hard for the material This results in the diamond blade bouncing in the cut resulting in cracking
Check if the diamond blade is suitable for the material
Scorching of segments
Cause

Solution
 
Excessive cutting pressure causing overheating This is easily recognisable from the blue colouring where the segments and the steel core are welded together
Allow the diamond blade to cool regularly by rotating the blade away from the workpiece for a few seconds
Cause
Solution
 
The segments are too hard for the material
Check if the diamond blade is suitable for the material Alternatively use less cutting pressure and let the blade do the work piecefor a few seconds
Undercutting
Cause



Solution
Undercutting occurs when the steel core wears faster than the segment i.e where
the segment and steel core meet This is usually caused by materials that are highly
abrasive The cutting debris is not removed sufficiently and the steel core is affected
Undercutting is certain to occur if a diamond blade for hard materials
Use a diamond blade suitable for the specific material
 
APPLICATION COLOUR KEY
 
 

 

 

 

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