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INSTRUCTIONS FOR
2000W 230V 230mm
Angle Grinder
Stock No.83594
Part No.PT2023SF
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY TO ENSURE THE SAFE AND
EFFECTIVE USE OF THIS PRODUCT.
GENERAL INFORMATION
These instructions accompanying the product are the original instructions. This document is part of the product, keep it
for the life of the product passing it on to any subsequent holder of the product. Read all these instructions before
assembling, operating or maintaining this product.
This manual has been compiled by Draper Tools describing the purpose for which the product has been designed, and
contains all the necessary information to ensure its correct and safe use. By following all the general safety instructions
contained in this manual, it will ensure both product and operator safety, together with longer life of the product itself.
AlI photographs and drawings in this manual are supplied by Draper Tools to help illustrate the operation of the product.
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information contained in this manual, the Draper Tools
policy of continuous improvement determines the right to make modifications without prior warning.
1.
TITLE PAGE
1.1
INTRODUCTION:
USER MANUAL FOR:
2000W 230V 230MM ANGLE GRINDER
Stock no. 83594
Part no. PT2023SF
1.2
REVISIONS:
Date first published March 2016
As our user manuals are continually updated, users should make sure that they use the very
latest version.
Downloads are available from: http://www.drapertools.com/manuals
DRAPER TOOLS LIMITED
HURSLEY ROAD
CHANDLER’S FORD
EASTLEIGH
HAMPSHIRE
SO53 1YF
UK
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WEBSITE:
PRODUCT HELP LINE:
GENERAL FAX:
drapertools.com
+44 (0) 23 8049 4344
+44 (0) 23 8026 0784
UNDERSTANDING THIS MANUALS SAFETY CONTENT:
WARNING!
Information that draws attention to the risk of injury or death.
CAUTION!
Information that draws attention to the risk of damage to the product or
surroundings.
1.4
COPYRIGHT © NOTICE:
Copyright © Draper Tools Limited.
Permission is granted to reproduce this publication for personal & educational use only.
Commercial copying, redistribution, hiring or lending is prohibited.
No part of this publication may be stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any other
form or means without written permission from Draper Tools Limited.
In all cases this copyright notice must remain intact.
2.
CONTENTS
2.1
CONTENTS
PAGE CONTENT
PAGE
1
TITLE PAGE
1.1
INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................................2
1.2
REVISION HISTORY................................................................................................2
1.3
UNDERSTANDING THIS MANUAL .......................................................................2
1.4
COPYRIGHT NOTICE..............................................................................................2
2
CONTENTS
2.1
CONTENTS .............................................................................................................3
3
GUARANTEE
3.1
GUARANTEE ..........................................................................................................4
4
INTRODUCTION
4.1
SCOPE ...................................................................................................................5
4.2
SPECIFICATION ......................................................................................................5
4.3
HANDLING & STORAGE ........................................................................................5
5
HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION
5.1
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR POWER TOOL USE .................................6
5.2
SPECIFIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR GRINDER USE...........................................6
5.3
SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE CORRECT USE OF ABRASIVE
PRODUCTS .............................................................................................................8
5.4
SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE
CORRECT USE OF SUPERABRASIVES ....................................................................9
5.5
CONNECTION TO THE POWER SUPPLY................................................................10
6
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
6.1
IDENTIFICATION ....................................................................................................11
7
UNPACKING & CHECKING
7.1
PACKAGING...........................................................................................................12
7.2
WHAT’S IN THE BOX? ...........................................................................................12
8
PREPARING THE GRINDER
8.1
FITTING AUXILIARY HANDLES..............................................................................13
8.2
FITTING THE GUARD ............................................................................................13
8.3
FITTING/REPLACING ACCESSORIES (NOT SUPPLIED) ..........................................14
9
SETTING THE GRINDER
9.1
FITTING GRINDING DISCS......................................................................................15
9.2
ON/OFF TRIGGER SWITCH & ROTATING HANDLE ...............................................15
9.3
GRINDING ..............................................................................................................16
9.4
CUTTING ...............................................................................................................16
10
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
10.1
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES ......................................................................................17
11
TROUBLESHOOTING
11.1
TROUBLESHOOTING .............................................................................................18
12
MAINTENANCE
12.1
MAINTENANCE & PARTS REPLACEMENT.............................................................19
13
EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS
13.1
EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS ................................................................................20
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DISPOSAL
14.1
DISPOSAL...............................................................................................................21
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ..........................................................................................ENCLOSED
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3.
GUARANTEE
3.1
GUARANTEE
Draper tools have been carefully tested and inspected before shipment and are guaranteed to
be free from defective materials and workmanship.
Should the tool develop a fault, please return the complete tool to your nearest distributor or
contact Draper Tools Limited, Chandler's Ford, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO53 1YF. England.
Telephone Sales Desk: (023) 8049 4333 or Product Help Line (023) 8049 4344.
A proof of purchase must be provided with the tool.
If upon inspection it is found that the fault occurring is due to defective materials or
workmanship, repairs will be carried out free of charge. This guarantee period covering
parts/labour is 12 months from the date of purchase except where tools are hired out when the
guarantee period is 90 days from the date of purchase. The guarantee is extended to 24 months
for parts only. This guarantee does not apply to normal wear and tear, nor does it cover any
damage caused by misuse, careless or unsafe handling, alterations, accidents, or repairs
attempted or made by any personnel other than the authorised Draper warranty repair agent.
Note: If the tool is found not to be within the terms of warranty, repairs and carriage charges
will be quoted and made accordingly.
This guarantee applies in lieu of any other guarantee expressed or implied and variations of its
terms are not authorised.
Your Draper guarantee is not effective unless you can produce upon request a dated receipt or
invoice to verify your proof of purchase within the guarantee period.
Please note that this guarantee is an additional benefit and does not affect your statutory rights.
Draper Tools Limited.
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4.
INTRODUCTION
4.1 SCOPE
This hand held power tool uses abrasive disks to grind metals or masonry. It is intended for
domestic and light commercial use only. Any other application is considered misuse.
4.2 SPECIFICATION
Stock no ................................................................................................................................... 83594
Part no .............................................................................................................................. PT2023SF
Motor:
Rated voltage ................................................................................................................... 230V~
Rated frequency .................................................................................................................. 50Hz
Rated input ..................................................................................................................... 2000W
Revolutions per minute (no load) ............................................................................. 6,500min-1
Disc Diameter ...................................................................................................................... 230mm
Spindle thread .......................................................................................................................... M14
Bore...................................................................................................................................... 22.2mm
Vibration level ...................................................................................................................... 1.5m/s2
Sound pressure level ...................................................................................................... 99.17dB(A)
Sound power level ...................................................................................................... 110.17dB(A)
Weight (nett)...............................................................................................................................5kg
Vibration level: Main handle: .......................................................................................... 13.14m/s2
4.3 HANDLING & STORAGE
The environment will have a negative result on its operation if you are not careful. If the air
is damp, components will rust. If the machine is unprotected from dust and debris;
components will become clogged: And if not cleaned and maintained correctly or regularly
the machine will not perform at its best.
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5.
HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION
5.1 GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR POWER TOOL USE
When using any type of power tool there are steps that should be taken to make sure that
you, as the user, remain safe.
Common sense and a respect for the tool will help reduce the risk of injury.
Read the instruction manual fully. Do not attempt any operation until you have read and
understood this manual.
Most important you must know how to safely start and stop this machine, especially in an
emergency.
Keep the work area tidy and clean. Attempting to clear clutter from around the machine
during use will reduce your concentration. Mess on the floor creates a trip hazard. Any
liquid spilt on the floor could result in you slipping.
Find a suitable location. If the machine is bench mounted; the location should provide good
natural light or artificial lighting as a replacement. Avoid damp and dust locations as it will
have a negative effect on the machine’s performance.
If the machine is portable; do not expose the tool to rain. In all cases do not operate power
tools near any flammable materials.
Beware of electric shock. Avoid contact with earthed surfaces; because they can conduct
electricity if there is an electrical fault with the power tool. Always protect the power cable
and route it away from danger.
Keep bystanders away. Children, onlookers and passers by must be restricted from entering
the work area for their own protection. The barrier must extend a suitable distance from the
tool user.
Unplug and house all power tools that are not in use. A power tool should never be left
unattended while connected to the power supply. They must be housed in a suitable
location, away locked up and from children.
Do not overload or misuse the tool. All tools are designed for a purpose and are limited to
what they are capable of doing. Do not attempt to use a power tool (or adapt it in any way)
for an application it is not designed for. Select a tool appropriate for the size of the job.
Overloading a tool will result in tool failure and user injury: This covers the use of
accessories.
Dress properly. Loose clothing, long hair and jewellery are all dangerous because they can
become entangled in moving machinery: This can also result in parts of body being pulled
into the machine.
Clothing should be close fitted, with any long hair tired back and jewellery and neck ties
removed. Footwear must be fully enclosed and have a nonslip sole.
5.2 SPECIFIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR GRINDER USE
Have this tool repaired by a qualified person. This tool is designed to confirm to the relevant
international and local standards and as such should be maintained and repaired by someone
qualified; using only original parts supplied by the manufacturer: This will ensure the tool
remains safe to use.
Check that speed marked on the wheel is equal to or greater than the rated speed of the
grinder;
Ensure that the wheel dimensions are compatible with the grinder;
Abrasive wheels shall be stored and handled with care in accordance with manufacturer’s
instructions;
Inspect the grinding wheel before use, do not use chipped, cracked or otherwise defective
products;
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5.
HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION
Ensure that mounted wheels and points are fitted in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions;
Ensure that blotters are used when they are provided with the bonded abrasive product and
when they are required;
Ensure that the abrasive product is correctly mounted and tightened before use and run the
tool at no-load for 30 seconds in a safe position, stop immediately if there is considerable
vibration or if other defects are detected.
If this condition occurs, check the machine to determine the cause;
If a guard is supplied with the tool never use the tool without such a guard.
Do not use separate reducing bushings or adapters to adapt large hole abrasive wheels;
For tools intended to be fitted with threaded hole wheel, ensure that the thread in the
wheel is long enough to accept the spindle length;
Check that the work piece is properly supported;
Do not use cutting wheel for side grinding;
Ensure that sparks resulting from use do not create a hazard e.g. do not hit persons, to ignite
flammable substances;
Ensure that ventilation openings are kept clear when working in dusty conditions. If it should
become necessary to clear dust, first disconnect the tool from the mains supply (use non
metallic objects) and avoid damaging internal parts;
Always use eye and ear protection;
Personal protective equipment such as dust mask, gloves, helmet and apron should be worn;
The wheel continues to rotate after the tool is switched off.
Warning: Prior to mounting an abrasive wheel ensure the expiry date has not exceeded
rendering it potentially hazardous.
1. Warning. When using electric tools, basic safety precautions, including the following
should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and personal injury.
2. Use the right tool. Do not force small tools or attachments to do the job of a heavy duty
tool. Do not use tools for purposes not intended; for example, do not use circular saws to
cut tree limbs or logs.
3. Secure work. Use clamps of a vice to hold the work. It is safer than using your hands and
it frees both hands to operate the tool.
4. Stay alert. Watch what you are doing. Use common sense. Do not operate tool when you
are tired.
5. Wear proper clothing. Do not wear loose clothing, neckties or jewellery (ring,
wristwatches etc.) to catch in moving parts. NONSLIP footwear is recommended. Wear
protective covering to contain long hair. Roll long sleeves above the elbow.
6. Use safety goggles (Head protection). Wear goggles approved to the relevant standards
at all times. Normal spectacles only have impact resistant lenses, they are NOT safety
glasses. Also, use face or dust mask if application is dusty and ear protectors during all
operations.
7. Sound levels. Some types of machines may have high sound levels when working. In such
cases ear protection must be worn.
8. Vibration levels. Hand held power tools produce different vibration levels. You should
always refer to the specifications and the relevant Health and Safety guidelines.
9. Dust extraction. If your tool is fitted with a dust extraction facility, always ensure that it
is connected and being used with a dust extractor. Vacuum cleaners can be used if
suitable for the material being extracted.
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5.
HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION
10. Check damaged parts. Before further use of the tool, a guard or other part that is
damaged should be carefully checked to determine that it will operate properly and
perform its intended function. Check for alignment of moving parts, free running of
moving parts, breakage of parts, mounting and any other conditions that may affect its
operation. A guard or other part that is damaged should be properly repaired or
replaced by an authorised service centre unless otherwise indicated in this instruction
manual. Have defective switches replaced by an authorised service centre. Do not use the
tool if the switch does not turn it on and off.
11. Have your tool repaired by a qualified person. This electric tool is in accordance with the
relevant safety requirements. Repairs should only be carried out by qualified persons
using original spare parts, otherwise this may result in considerable danger to the user.
5.3
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
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SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE CORRECT USE
OF ABRASIVE PRODUCTS
General. Bonded abrasive products are breakable and shall therefore be handled with
utmost care. The use of damaged or improperly mounted or used abrasive products is
dangerous and can cause serious injuries.
Delivery, handling and storage. Abrasive products shall be handled and transported with
care. Abrasive products shall be stored in such a manner that they are not subjected to
mechanical damaged and harmful environmental influences.
Selection of the abrasive product. Information on the label or the abrasive product as
well as restrictions of use, safety indications or any other instructions shall be followed.
In case of doubt concerning the selection of abrasive products, the user shall request
information from the manufacturer or supplier.
Visual inspection and ring test. Abrasive products shall be subjected to a visual inspection
as received before mounting. In addition, a ring test shall be executed for vitrified
wheels with D>80mm. Damaged abrasive products shall be destroyed.
Mounting before starting and information for grinding. The mounting of abrasive
products shall be carried out according to the instructions provided by both the wheel
and the machine manufacturer. Mounting of abrasive products shall be carried out by a
qualified trained person. Each time after mounting, the wheel shall be test run for a
reasonable time – the specified maximum operating speed of the wheel shall not be
exceeded.
Further information. The following instructions shall be observed, supplementary to the
information contained in the instruction for use of the grinding machine:
Observance of the user’s information from the grinding machine manufacturer.
Safety devices shall be mounting to the machine and shall be secured.
No grinding operations without protection by safety devices.
Use of personal protective equipment according to the type of machine and type of
application, e.g. eye and face protection, ear protection, respiratory protective devices,
protective footwear, protective gloves and other protective clothing.
Only grinding operations for which the abrasive product is suitable shall be carried out
(taking into account restrictions of use, safety indications or other information).
Jamming of the hand-held grinding machine shall be prevented. In the case of
cutting-off with hand-held grinding machines, the abrasive product shall be placed in the
cutting gap in a straight position.
Before placing the hand-held grinding machine on the workbench or on the floor it shall
be turned off and it shall be ensured that the abrasive product has stopped.
5.
HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION
5.4
SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE CORRECT
USE OF SUPERABRASIVES.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
General. Superabrasives are breakable and shall therefore be handled with utmost care!
The use of damaged or improperly mounted or used superabrasives is dangerous and can
cause serious injuries.
Delivery, handling and storage. Superabrasives shall be handled and transported with
care. Superabrasives shall be stored in such a manner that they are not subjected to
mechanical damages and harmful environmental influences.
Selection of superabrasives. Information on the label or the superabrasive as well as
restrictions of use, safety indications or any other instruction shall be followed. In case of
doubt concerning the selection of superabrasives, the user shall request information
from the manufacturer or supplier.
Visual inspection and ring test. Superabrasives shall be subjected to a visual inspection as
received before mounting. In a addition, a ring test shall be executed for superabrasives
with vitrified core and abrasive section and D>80mm. Damaged superabrasives shall not
be used.
Mounting, before starting and information for grinding. The mounting of superabrasive
shall be carried out according to the instructions provided by both, the superabrasive and
the machine manufacturer. Special attention shall be drawn to the fact that mounting of
superabrasives is to be carried out by a qualified trained person. Each time after
mounting, the superabrasive shall be test run for a reasonable time - the specified
maximum operating speed of the superabrasive shall not be exceeded.
Further information. The following instructions shall be observed, supplementary to the
information of the grinding machine:
Observance of the user’s information of grinding machine manufacturer.
Before starting, safety devices shall be mounted to the machine.
No grinding operations without protection by safety devices.
Use of personal protective equipment according to the type of machine and type of
application, e.g. eye and face protection, ear protection, respiratory protection devices,
protective footwear, protective gloves and other protective clothing.
Only grinding operations for which the superabrasive is suitable shall be carried out
(taking into account restrictions of use, safety indications or other information).
In the case of cutting-off with hand-held grinding machines, the superabrasive shall be
placed in the cutting gap in a straight position. Jamming of the hand-held grinding
machine shall be prevented.
Before placing the hand-held grinding machine on the workbench or on the floor it shall
be turned off and it shall be ensured that the abrasive product has stopped.
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5.
HEALTH & SAFETY INFORMATION
5.5 CONNECTION TO THE POWER SUPPLY
Make sure the power supply information on the machine’s rating plate are compatible
with the power supply you intend to connect it to.
This product comes supplied with a UK standard 3 pin plug fitted. It is designed for
connection to a domestic power supply rated at 230V AC.
†
This appliance is Class II and is designed for connection to a power supply matching that
detailed on the rating label and compatible with the plug fitted.
If an extension lead is required, use an approved and compatible lead rated for this
appliance. Follow all the instruction supplied with the extension lead.
†
Double insulated
: This product requires no earth connection as supplementary
insulation is applied to the basic insulation to protect against electric shock in the event of
failure of the basic insulation.
Apart from replacing the fuse in the plug, no other electrical work is recommended on this
grinder.
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6.
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
6.1 IDENTIFICATION
Spindle lock button
Handle rotation button
Rear hand grip
Plug & cable
Auxiliary handle
Grinding guard
Locking flange
Trigger switch
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7.
UNPACKING & CHECKING
7.1 PACKAGING
Carefully remove the grinder from the packaging and examine it for any sign of damage
that may have happened during shipping. Lay the contents out and check them against
the parts shown below. If any part is damaged or missing; please contact the Draper Help
Line (the telephone number appears on the Title page) and do not attempt to use the
product.
The packaging material should be retained at least during the guarantee period: in case
the machine needs to be returned for repair.
Warning! Some of the packaging materials used may be harmful to children. Do not leave
any of these materials in the reach of children.
If any of the packaging is to be thrown away, make sure they are disposed of correctly;
according to local regulations.
7.2 WHAT´S IN THE BOX?
As well as the grinder; there are several parts not fitted or attached to it.
Auxiliary handle
Grinding guard
Hex key
Pin spanner
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8.
PREPARING THE GRINDER
8.1 FITTING AUXILIARY HANDLES – FIG. 1
NOTE: Remove the plug from the socket before
carrying out adjustment, servicing or maintenance.
For reasons of safety, when working with this type of
electric power tool, the operator must always use the
auxiliary handle .
Screw the handle clockwise, into one of the three
threaded apertures best suited to the application and
user comfort.
WARNING:
This machine must never be operated without the
appropriate guard in place correctly fitted and
operating fully.
FIG. 1
8.2 FITTING THE GUARD – FIGS. 2 – 3
Position the guard onto the grinder collar (fig.2.)
Rotate the guard until it is in the correct position and
then tighten the fixing clip using the hex key
to secure the guard in place.
WARNING: Never attempt to operate this machine
without the guard securely fitted and correctly
positioned*.
* With the exception of wire cup brushes etc. which
negate the guards effectiveness.
FIG. 2
FIG. 3
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8.
PREPARING THE GRINDER
8.3 FITTING/REPLACING ACCESSORIES (NOT SUPPLIED) – FIG. 4
- NOTE: Remove the plug from the socket
before carrying out adjustment, servicing or
maintenance.
- WARNING:
Prior to mounting an abrasive wheel ensure
the expiry date has not exceeded rendering
it potentially hazardous.
- WARNING:
Selection of the correct accessory, suitable
for the intended application is vital. Seek
guidance if uncertain of selection.
- WARNING:
The rated (no load) revolutions per minute
of the tool must not exceed the speed
capacity of the accessory. Please refer to the
accessory manufacturers instructions for
information.
- VISUAL INSPECTION:
Prior to fitting, abrasive/superabrasive
wheels shall be subject to a visual inspection.
- INSPECTION:
Each time after mounting, the
abrasive/superabrasive wheel shall be test
run for a reasonable time.
The specified maximum operating speed of
the wheel shall not be exceeded.
Damaged abrasives shall be destroyed.
Always wear approved safety goggles.
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
NOTICE
NOTICE
- B, C, D (FIG.3):
For cutting applications, and to comply to
current legislation, it is necessary to replace
the “grinding” guard supplied with this
machine with a “cutting” guard.
The appropriate “cutting” guard is available
from Draper Tools and must be fitted for
your safety.
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FIG.4
GRINDER SPINDLE
(M14)
E
A
B
C
D
A. Type 27: Depressed Centre Grinding Wheel
B. Type 41: Flat Cutting-off Wheel
C. Type 42: Depressed Centre Cutting-off Wheel
D. Superabrasive Wheel (Diamond/CBN Abrasive)
E. Wire Cup Brush
9.
SETTING THE GRINDER
9.1
FITTING GRINDING DISCS – FIGS. 5 – 7
Press and hold the spindle lock button . Loosen the
locking flange anti-clockwise using the pin
spanner supplied. The spindle may rotate slightly
before the spindle lock fully engages. Remove the
locking flange only. Clean the flanges and spindle
prior to fitting any accessory. If the rear flange is
removed for cleaning, ensure it locates correctly on
the spindle flats when refitting and does not spin
freely. When fitting the appropriate accessory please
refer to (Fig.4) for specific details on the locking
flange correct orientation as applicable.
Securely tighten the locking flange clockwise using
the pin spanner while holding down the spindle lock
.
NOTE: When using wire cup brushes the locking
flange is not required due to the design of the
brushes. When fitted check the accessory is correct
and, importantly fully secure on the spindle.
WARNING: Never press the spindle lock button while the spindle is in motion.
9.2
FIG. 5
FIG. 6
ON/OFF TRIGGER SWITCH & ROTATING
HANDLE – FIG. 8
To start the grinder push trigger switch forward
and press. To stop the grinder, release the trigger
switch.
WARNING: Do not set the machine down until the
spindle has completely stopped.
NOTE: During use, keep clothing out of the line of any
sparks formed. Sparks from metal grinding can set fire
to many types of clothing after a short time. The risk
is less if your outer clothing is made of wool, or flame
retardant treated cotton.
DUST: A correctly fitted dust mask, suitable for the
activity and in accordance to the relevant standard,
must be worn.
WARNING: An angle grinder is a noisy power tool. We
strongly recommend that ear protection is worn.
For grinding in areas where the standard handle
position is restricted or uncomfortable, depress and
hold handle rotation button to twist the handle
either 90º clockwise or 90º anti-clockwise. Release and ensure handle is fully locked before switching
machine on.
FIG. 7
FIG. 8
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9.
SETTING THE GRINDER
9.3 GRINDING – FIG. 9
FIG. 9
When performing grinding operations maintain
an angle of approximately 30° between the
work surface and the disc face.
Only use abrasives specifically designed for
this task.
30°
9.4 CUTTING – FIG. 10
IMPORTANT
LEGAL
NOTICE
Cutting operations should only be attempted
with the “cutting” guard fitted to this grinder.
Please contact Draper Tools for further
information on how to purchase this optional
accessory.
This guard must be fitted for your safety.
When performing cutting-off operations do not
incline the machine as this can lead to the
abrasive wheel becoming jammed, damaged or
excessively and abnormally worn.
Only use abrasives specifically designed for
this task.
WARNING: As the cutting-off/grinding wheel
wears during use, its diameter reduces. This
reduces the peripheral speed and the cutting
efficiency. This results in increased load on the
grinding machine which if continued will
damage the motor. Ensure that the diameter of
the wheel is within 25% of its original size.
IMPORTANT: Excessive pressure on the machine
does not result in a higher abrasive efficiency.
Excessive pressure increases wear and tear on
the accessory and will damage the grinder which
is not covered under the guarantee.
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FIG. 10
10. OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
10.1 OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
See your Draper Stockist.
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11. TROUBLESHOOTING
11.1 TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING: For your own safety, turn the switch off and remove the plug from the power
supply socket.
PROBLEM
• Motor does not
start.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
REQUIRED ACTION
• Fuse.
• 5 amp time delay fuse or
circuit breaker.
• Have brushes replaced.
• Authorised service agent.
• Brushes worn.
• Other.
• Machine vibrates.
• Wheel will not
cut/grind.
• Wheel damaged or out of
balance.
• Wheel loose.
• Replace wheel.
• Incorrect wheel fitted.
• Fit correct disc for
material/application.
• Stop machine immediately,
when stopped refit accessory.
IMPORTANT: Please note all repairs/service should be carried out by a qualified person.
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12. MAINTENANCE
12.1 MAINTENANCE & PARTS REPLACEMENT
Regular inspection and cleaning reduces the necessity for maintenance operations and will
keep your tool in good working condition.
The motor must be correctly ventilated during tool operation. For this reason avoid blocking
the air inlets. After use disconnect the tool from the power supply and vacuum the
ventilation slots.
If the replacement of the supply cord is necessary, this has to be done by the manufacturer or
his agent in order to avoid a safety hazard.
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13. EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS
13.1 EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS
Warning!
Wear dust mask.
Warning!
Read the instruction manual
Reference to
‘Welding’
removed from
eye/face
protection icon
wording.
05/08/16 CH
Warning!
Wear suitable eye/face
protection.
WEEE
Do not dispose of Waste Electrical
& Electronic Equipment in with
domestic rubbish
Class II construction
(Double insulated).
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Warning!
Wear ear defenders.
14. DISPOSAL
14.1 DISPOSAL
- At the end of the machine’s working life, or when it can no longer be repaired, ensure
that it is disposed of according to national regulations.
- Contact your local authority for details of collection schemes in your area.
In all circumstances:
• Do not dispose of power tools with domestic waste.
• Do not incinerate.
• Do not abandon in the environment.
• Do not dispose of WEEE*
as unsorted municipal waste.
* Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment.
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NOTES
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NOTES
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CONTACTS
- DRAPER TOOLS LIMITED,
Hursley Road, Chandler's Ford,
Eastleigh, Hampshire. SO53 1YF. U.K.
- Help Line: (023) 8049 4344
- Sales Desk: (023) 8049 4333
- General Enquiries: (023) 8026 6355
- Service/Warranty Repair Agent
For aftersales servicing or warranty repairs, please
contact the Draper Tools Help Line for details of an
agent in your local area.
(Weight (gross…..6.6kg)
YOUR DRAPER STOCKIST
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