Cutting disc: everything related to safety

Portable/chain saws are an essential tool in most construction and work sites. They allow users to quickly cut a variety of materials, whether it’s angle iron, pillars, steel bars, metal covers, concrete or asphalt. Portable/gas saws may be the perfect tool – as long as the operator uses the right bunnings cutting disc to get the job done.

We offers one of the most comprehensive range of portable/gas bunnings cutting disc in the industry. We have eight unique formulations covering a wide range of applications.

So what do you need to know?

safety warning
Some useful tips are great for using the bunnings cutting disc successfully and safely. When using the bunnings cutting disc, always:

Heavy duty bunnings cutting disc on high speed, pneumatic saws
Not all bunnings cutting disc are the same. Many low-cost bunnings cutting disc are made from inferior raw materials that may fail
Make sure to use the correct bunnings cutting disc for the material to be cut
Make sure that the spark plug wire has been disconnected from the saw when the new bunnings cutting disc is installed and that the appropriate flange is in the proper condition and in good condition
As with many abrasive products, misuse of the bunnings cutting disc can result in damage and injury to the bunnings cutting disc. Therefore, please keep the following in mind:

Wear appropriate safety personal protective equipment (PPE)
Visually inspect all bunnings cutting discs for damage before installation
Never use a gasoline saw blade with any water or lubricant
Never hold the material being cut on your hands or feet
Wait until the bunnings cutting disc stops completely, then chop it up
The ANSI Safety Code B7.1 outlines all the safe operating states of grinding and cutting, and the bunnings cutting disc must follow
Do not allow the operator to cut and then remove the burrs on the side of the concrete grinding disc bunnings on the bunnings cutting disc from the cut. These bunnings cutting discs are only used to cut the outer circumference of the bunnings cutting disc! Grinding of the side of the bunnings cutting disc can damage the fiberglass reinforcement inside it, causing breakage and potential damage
If using a high speed saw, be sure to use a heavy duty bunnings cutting disc
Which bunnings cutting disc should I use? All related to materials and tools
BINIC has eight unique formulations with portable/air saw blades for the most common materials used on the job site.

Heavy-duty bunnings cutting discs: designed for high-speed saws with a greater amount of reinforcement

Designed for professionals, the alumina bunnings cutting disc provides stability while extending service life. The blade is ideal for cutting structural steel, angle iron, steel bars and pipes
Specially formulated for quick cutting without bonding. It is ideal for cutting a variety of structural steels, pipes, angle irons and steel bars. Can also effectively cut stainless steel and high strength alloys
The bunnings cutting disc is designed for cutting mains, secondary rail steel and heavy structural steel and bars. The blade is reinforced with sturdy fiberglass for maximum safety
Designed for cutting metal covers, thin metal and sheet metal. Extremely hard bonding and unique fiberglass allow the blade to be cut in the most demanding applications that other blades cannot use
This blade combines alumina and silicon carbide and is ideal for cutting ductile ducts (very hard casings with cement lining), water pipes, cast iron and hard metals. Also suitable for cutting hydraulic hoses and PVC pipes
Designed for cutting stone, brick, cartilage, masonry, concrete, and pipes of Schedules 40 and 80.

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