Diamond Grinding Wheel(Turbo)

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A diamond grinding wheel (turbo) is a specialized abrasive tool used in machining and shaping hard materials, particularly metals and stones. It consists of a circular disc with diamond particles embedded in its surface through a metal matrix. The term “turbo” in this context often refers to a specific design of the wheel that incorporates segments or ridges, enhancing its cutting efficiency and cooling capabilities. The diamond particles on the wheel’s periphery allow it to grind, shape, and sharpen materials with exceptional precision and durability, making it a valuable tool in various industries, including metalworking and stone fabrication.

1. Material: Diamond.
2. Turbo type
3. For grinding concrete, granite, quartz, etc
4. Packed by blister card

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Uses 

  1. Metal Grinding:
    • Diamond grinding wheels are often employed for precision grinding of hard metals such as carbide, high-speed steel, and other alloys. They can shape and sharpen tools used in metalworking processes.
  2. Concrete Surface Preparation:
    • In construction and concrete work, diamond grinding wheels are used for surface preparation and leveling. They can remove irregularities, coatings, or old surface materials to create a smooth and even surface.
  3. Stone and Masonry Work:
    • Diamond grinding wheels are essential in the stone and masonry industry for shaping and polishing granite, marble, concrete, and other hard materials. They can be used to create precise edges, shapes, and surfaces.
  4. Tile Cutting and Grinding:
    • In the ceramic and tile industry, diamond grinding wheels are utilized for cutting and shaping tiles. They provide efficient material removal and precise cutting edges.
  5. Glass Grinding:
    • Diamond grinding wheels are employed in the glass industry for precision shaping and grinding of glass surfaces. They help create smooth edges and intricate shapes in glass products.
  6. Tool Sharpening:
    • Diamond grinding wheels are commonly used for sharpening cutting tools, including drills, saw blades, and milling cutters. Their hardness and abrasiveness make them suitable for maintaining sharp edges on tools.
  7. Cylindrical Grinding:
    • In manufacturing processes, diamond grinding wheels are used for cylindrical grinding operations. This involves shaping the exterior of cylindrical workpieces to achieve specific dimensions and surface finishes.
  8. Grinding of Hard Composites:
    • Diamond grinding wheels are employed in industries that work with hard composite materials, such as carbon fiber reinforced polymers (CFRP) or ceramics. They offer precise material removal without causing damage to the composite structure.
  9. Tungsten Carbide Machining:
    • Tungsten carbide is a hard material commonly used in cutting tools. Diamond grinding wheels are effective in machining and shaping tungsten carbide components.
  10. General Material Removal:
    • Diamond grinding wheels are widely used for general material removal in various industries where hard and abrasive materials need to be shaped, cut, or smoothed.
SKU: AHS65319 Category:

Size

4-1/2″(115MM) 7/8″(22.2MM)

Safety measures and precautions

  1. Protective Gear:
    • Wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), including safety glasses or a face shield to protect your eyes from flying debris.
    • Use hearing protection if the grinding process generates loud noise.
    • Wear gloves to protect your hands from abrasions and potential injuries.
  2. Dust Control:
    • Use a dust extraction system or wear a dust mask to minimize inhalation of airborne particles generated during grinding.
    • Work in well-ventilated areas, and if working indoors, consider using local exhaust ventilation systems to control dust.
  3. Inspect the Wheel:
    • Before use, inspect the diamond grinding wheel for any visible damage or cracks. Replace the wheel if it is damaged to avoid potential breakage during operation.
  4. Proper Mounting:
    • Ensure that the diamond grinding wheel is securely mounted on the grinder following the manufacturer’s recommendations and guidelines.
    • Use the proper flanges and tighten them securely to prevent wheel slippage.
  5. Check Speed Ratings:
    • Confirm that the grinder’s RPM (revolutions per minute) matches the recommended speed rating of the diamond grinding wheel. Using the wrong speed can lead to wheel failure.
  6. Guard Adjustment:
    • Adjust and secure the safety guard in the correct position to shield the operator from sparks, debris, and accidental contact with the rotating wheel.
  7. Stable Work Surface:
    • Work on a stable and level surface to minimize the risk of the grinder tipping over during operation.
  8. Safe Handling:
    • Do not force the diamond grinding wheel onto the material. Let the wheel and machine do the work.
    • Avoid excessive pressure, as it can lead to overheating and premature wear of the wheel.
    • Maintain a firm grip on the grinder, and keep both hands on the tool during operation.
  9. Cooling Periods:
    • Allow the diamond grinding wheel to cool down periodically during extended use to prevent overheating and potential damage to the wheel.
  10. Training and Awareness:
    • Ensure that operators are adequately trained in the safe use of diamond grinding wheels.
    • Make operators aware of potential hazards and emergency procedures.
  11. Follow Manufacturer’s Guidelines:
    • Adhere to the manufacturer’s instructions, guidelines, and recommendations for the specific diamond grinding wheel and grinder being used.
  12. Emergency Preparedness:
    • Know the location of emergency stops on the grinder and how to use them.
    • Have a clear understanding of emergency procedures in case of accidents or unexpected events.

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