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TUV Rheinland

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Grinding.

Cutting.

Quality.

Tested.

Storage of wheels

Type of wheels Risk factor   Threats    Recommendations
Bonded: Ceramic
and Resin
Hitting and falls



Microcracks threatening
to rupture the grinding
wheel while working

Cracks and chipping
visible to the naked eye



- Careful handling during transport and storage.
- Unacceptable stroke or movement of the grinding wheel during transport.
- Avoid contact with hard surfaces during transport (use rubber lining, etc.).
- Use cushioning spacers (e.g., a cardboard between the grinding wheels, particularly during transport.
- Dirty wheels cleaned with a brush or compressed air .
stresses Of J.W.
Distortion wheels
- Ensure equal, smooth and clean base (preferably wooden) for wheels arranged in stacks .
Gets wet static unbalance
Corrosion binder
- Thoroughly dry the get wet wheels.
- Extend the period of inactivity after running wheel.
- Examine the sound of wheels.
moisture Corrosion binder - Store in a dry and ventilated.
- The most appropriate storage conditions: 25


Resin bonded alkaline environment Corrosion binder - Avoid storing wheels together with chemicals.
Changes in temperature Corrosion binder - Do not expose the wheels to extreme temperatures.
- Avoid unilateral overheating (such as keeping too close to the radiator).
Storage time (also under the right conditions) The progressive
 weakening
of the binder
(faster
in the wrong
storage conditions)
- Grinding wheels, resin must be used within 3 years from date of manufacture.
- Grinding Resin stored more than three years should be re-tested by the manufacturer.