Installing cut off wheel into Dewalt Grinder
The Dewalt grinder is a versatile power tool to have in any home garage. There we tell you about Installing cut off wheel into Dewalt Grinder. The grinder supports not only cutting wheels but also wire brushes and sanding discs. The cutting wheel, sometimes known as the blade, wears down as you cut metal or steel. As you know 20% of the accidents with abrasive products are due to improper installation. This website has been created by Binic’s experts to spare the end-users from getting hurt while using abrasive products professionally or for home projects. and tell you How to install cut off wheel into Dewalt Grinder?
How should I fit the wheel on the angle grinder?
Step 1 – Installing cut off wheel into Dewalt Grinder
Please make sure that the Dewalt grinder power cord is disconnected.
Warning: Failure to disconnect the power can result in injury. Ensure that your grinder’s power is completely off before continuing to the next step. If you have a cordless angle grinder, remove the battery from the tool. Removing the battery will also make the tool lighter and easier to manipulate
Press and hold the spindle lock on the stem of the grinder between the wheel guard and the body. Rotate the wheel with your other hand until it locks into position.
Step 2 – Installing cut off wheel into Dewalt Grinder
Turn the nut securing the wheel to the spindle counterclockwise with the supplied wrench that came with the grinder. If you cannot locate the original wrench, use a regular wrench to remove the nut.
Place the new wheel over the stem, resting the hump on the top of the wheel inside the concave of the backing plate. Thread the securing nut onto the stem until the stem begins to turn. Press and hold the spindle lock while tightening the nut with the wrench. Hand-tighten the new disc. Finally, your side grinder should now function properly.
Last but not least, attach a safety installation sticker.
Follow carefully the instructions given in the machine handbook.
Never fit a wheel that is loose or too tight on the flange.
Align the outer flange correctly as shown in the Safety leaflets for cutting and grinding wheels for angle grinders
Tighten only with the tool supplied with the machine.
Ensure the wheel is properly gripped to prevent slippage, but do not tighten with excessive force. Never use a hammer.
Keep flanges and screw threads clean and free of burrs and rust.
Replace distorted or damaged flanges before fitting the wheel.
Run all wheels after fitting for at least 30 seconds at operating speed keeping behind the guard in case the wheel breaks.
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