The situation is grim and the diamond sharpening wheels is overheated. The thermal load is too large, premature wear begins, cracks spread, the core turns blue, and the rim partially detaches. First, the steel core and the diamond sharpening wheels bond matrix remain firm, but the frictional heat rises rapidly. Without the cooling medium, the heat actually tears the diamond sharpening wheels. Obviously, the operator of the grinding tool needs to implement an effective overheat control mechanism.
Use an integrated cooling system
Water is used to reduce the heat generated by friction. As the diamond sharpening wheels accelerates, it directs the fast moving stream to follow the cutting path. The grooved groove on the rim of the diamond sharpening wheels further directs the coolant, thereby reducing the effect of heat deep into the hottest core and rim surface. Now, what happens if the water sample is blocked? Without enough hot quenching water, the diamond sharpening wheels will overheat and begin to inevitably go prematurely. Therefore, the first task is to check the coolant system to ensure that the liquid flow rate is fast and smooth.
Identify overheating identifiers
More diamonds are exposed because the brazed bonding material breaks down into strips. The stone is strong, but the steel core turns dark blue. These are all signs of overheating of the diamond sharpening wheels. To make matters worse, the cut is still mixed with a small amount of concrete or road asphalt. They exacerbate this situation and cause more heat to be scattered on the sharpener. This is another death sentence. Basically, the water does not hit the cutting area violently enough, so the discharged debris cannot be removed from the slit. This is a very bad problem for projects that don’t require a lot of cuts. On deep deep channels, trapped dirt eventually weakens the performance of the diamond sharpening wheels. Moreover, since only energy can be converted without damaging energy, the attenuated tool speed translates into more resistance to cutting heat.
Return to the source; ensure that there is a large capacity water supply. Test the supply to make sure it is not blocked. If the problem persists, check the pump. In addition, choose a suitable wet cut diamond sharpening wheels. Wet diamond sharpening wheels designed for this type of abrasive work should also be equipped with an excellent side clearance structure. Finally, leaving the wet cut in the rearview mirror, let’s talk about the application of dry cutting. Cannot be used as a deep cutting tool and can only be used when making shallow cuts. Work smarter, don’t put pressure on the dry diamond abrasive discs and let it run free for a minute so that it can cool between cutting strokes.
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