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AS NZS 62841.3.6:2015 pdf free

AS NZS 62841.3.6:2015 pdf free.Electric motor-operated hand-held tools,transportable tools and lawn and garden machinery – Safety
Diamond drill safety warnings
a) When performing drilling that requires the use of water, route the water away from the operator’s work area or use a liquid collection device. Such precautionary measures keep the operator’s work area dry and reduce the risk of electrical shock.
b) Operate power tool by insulated grasping surfaces, when performing an operation where the cutting accessory may contact hidden wiring or its own cord. Cutting accessory contacting a “live ”wire may make exposed metal parts of the power tool “live” and could give the operator an electric shock.
c) Wear hearing protection when diamond drilling. Exposure to noise can cause hearing loss.
d) When the bit is jammed, stop applying downward pressure and turn off the tool.Investigate and take corrective actions to eliminate the cause of the bit jamming.
e) When restarting a diamond drill in the workpiece check that the bit rotates freely before starting. If the bit is jammed, it may not start, may overload the tool, or may cause the diamond drill to release from the workpiece.
f) When securing the drill stand with anchors and fasteners to the workpiece, ensure that the anchoring used is capable of holding and restraining the machine during use. If the workpiece is weak or porous, the anchor may pull out causing the drill stand to release from the workpiece.
g) When securing the drill stand with a vacuum pad to the workpiece, install the pad on a smooth, clean, non-porous surface. Do not secure to laminated surfaces such as tiles and composite coating. If the workpiece is not smooth, flat or well affixed, the pad may pull away from the workpiece.
NOTE The above warning applies only if the tool is intended to be used with a vacuum pad.AS NZS 62841.3.6 pdf free download.

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