BM 1619P01046 5-05
Masonry Cutting Wheel Assembly
For cutting masonry materials like brick, tile,
stone, etc., it is best to use a dry diamond
cutting wheel. Use only lock nut and flange
with equal diameters.
Do not use water or other
cooling fluid with this tool for
When using an abrasive cut-
off wheel, be sure to use only
the special wheel guard designed for use with
cut-off wheels. Never use cut-off wheel for
Disconnect tool from power source before
attaching cutting wheel. With cut off wheel
guard (optional accessory) in place,
assemble flange, cutting wheel and lock nut.
When cutting, make only small passes
through workpiece at a time. Be aware that
"Kickback" can occur at any time. Keep both
hands on tool for maximum control.
Sanding Accessories Assembly
Before attaching a backing
pad be sure its maximum safe
operating speed is not exceeded by the
nameplate speed of the tool.
Wheel guard may not be used
for most sanding operations.
Always reinstall wheel guard when converting
back to grinding operations.
TO INSTALL BACKING PAD AND
Disconnect tool from power source. Set the
tool on its top side (spindle up). Place the
rubber backing pad onto the spindle shaft.
Center the sanding disc on top of the backing
pad. Insert the lock nut through the disc and
thread onto the spindle as far as you can with
your fingers. Press in the spindle lock, then
tighten the backing pad securely with lock nut
TO REMOVE BACKING PAD AND
Disconnect tool from power source. Using
the lock nut wrench unscrew the nut from the
spindle, while holding spindle lock in.
WIRE BRUSH ASSEMBLY
Before assembling wire brush to this tool,
disconnect from the power source. Wire
brushes are equipped with their own
threaded hub, simply thread on to spindle. Be
sure to seat against shoulder before turning