Inspect entire area to be ground before grinding and
remove any object such as blots, nails etc.. that could
damage the machine or cause a hazard. Ensure there are
no obstacles that could present a hazard. Keep machine
clear of drainage pits & grates or any such hazard.
1. Inspect entire area before grinding. Remove all debris that could damage diamond wheels
or cause a hazardous situation.
2. Choose correct diamond wheels for the job condition.
3. Ensure grinding wheel mountings are clean and the retaining bolts are securely tightened.
4. Check for adequate water flow. (If water is required.)
5. Be sure the grinding wheels are positioned over the work area.
6. Adjust water flow. (If application requires water) or turn on vacuum (if dry grinding)
7. Ensure grinder is on a level surface.
1. Check the grinding plate is correctly balanced.
2. Check that the grinding plates being used are in good order and properly attached, with
all countersunk bolts firmly in place. Check this occasionally during use, as they can
work loose during operation.
3. Check that the grinding plate is adjusted so that it sits level on the ground.
4. Do not add weight to the machine to make the grinder work harder. Instead reduce the
number of segments on the grinding head to increase performance.
5. Operational sounds: During operation of the motor there must be no rubbing sounds,
shrieks or other random noises. Stop the motor immediately and restart after
inspection and corrections have been made.
Stop grinder when work is
complete. For SDG-103
depress the red stop button.
Lower the grinding plate and
Hold the handles firmly.
Start the motor. For SDG-103
press black button
Connect grinder to suitable
power source. Turn on
vacuum or water. Raise
the grinding plate from