Please store in dry and well ventilated warehouse without major temperature changes (temperatures between 10 and 30 C and max. 70% relative humidity).

This will help preserve the physical properties of the reinforced resin bonded grinding wheels for up to three years, and up to two years for non-reinforced ones.

Consider also not placing the abrasives on dusty places, or under heavy weight objects, or in places where the product can be damaged.

Please use appropriate stands, shelves, drawers and boxes for storing bonded abrasives discs.

Do not expose the abrasives discs to wet surfaces, or humid areas.

The storage warehouse should be as close to the place of use of the abrasives as possible, in order to avoid mechanical damage to the wheels during transportation.

Safety recommendations for the use of bonded abrasive wheels


Permit untrained people to handle, store, mount or use abrasives

  • Mount or remove a wheel until the machine has been isolated from its power source
  • Mount a wheel that cannot be identified or one which does not bear the correct marking
  • Mount a wheel on a machine which does not display its spindle speed
  • Mount a wheel which is beyond its marked expiry date or recommended shelf life
  • Mount a wheel that has been dropped, damaged or incorrectly stored
  • Apply force to fit the wheel on the mounting device or alter the bore size or allow the wheel to overheat
  • Tighten flanges with excessive force or use a hammer or extension
  • Use damaged, distorted or dirty flanges and fastening screws
  • Use a machine which is not in good condition or one with a damaged guard
  • Turn on the machine until the wheel guard has been re-fitted, secured and adjusted correctly
  • Stand in the line of the grinding wheel when starting the motor after fitting or re- fitting a wheel
  • Start the wheel in contact with the workpiece or any other object
  • Mount a wheel on a machine running at a speed higher than the maximum operating speed marked on the wheel
  • Work from a ladder or in a position where you do not have full control of the machine
  • Impact the work onto the wheel or the wheel onto the work
  • Grind on the side of a wheel unless it is specially designed for this application
  • Apply side pressure by trying to cut curves or by grinding surfaces with cutting-off wheels
  • Allow the wheel to bounce or be trapped or pinched in the cut
  • Use type 27 depressed centre grinding wheels at a steep angle or try to cut with them
  • Dress the wheel with any device other than that recommended
  • Press against the wheel surface to stop it or put down a machine until the wheel has stopped running
  • Wear the wheel down to the mounting flanges
  • Allow the gap between the wheel and workrest to exceed 3 mm
  • Allow coolant to run on a stationary wheel or leave the wheel running on an unattended machine


  • Observe the safety recommendations of the machine and wheel manufacturer
  • Keep the working area well lit, clean, tidy and free from obstructions
  • Avoid slippery and uneven floors and do not work on ice or snow
  • Ensure other workers in the vicinity and passers-by are protected from sparks and debris
  • Exercise care when handling abrasive wheels – they can easily be damaged
  • Store wheels in dry and frost-free conditions avoiding wide variations in temperature and the risk of damage
  • Visually check the wheel for damage or defects and conduct a ring test before mounting
  • Check that the wheel is the correct specification for the application and that the markings are intact and legible
  • Use the correct tools when mounting or removing a wheel
  • Ensure mounting flanges are in matched pairs, clean, free from burrs and undistorted
  • Use blotters to prevent wheel slippage where required
  • Make sure that workrests and workpiece clamping devices are secure and correctly positioned
  • Ensure guards are in position and correctly adjusted so that they do not foul the wheel
  • Rotate the wheel manually to ensure that it runs true and freely before turning on the power
  • Wear suitable protective clothing
  • Run the wheel for at least 30 seconds at operating speed after mounting or re mounting. Stand out of the line of the wheel when turning on the machine
  • Dress bench grinding wheels regularly to keep the cutting surface in good condition
  • Allow the wheel to come to rest naturally after turning off the machine
  • Ensure the workpiece is properly supported or clamped so that it cannot move during grinding or cutting
  • Spin out residual coolant from the wheel before turning off the machine
  • Report wheel breakages, keeping hold of all of the debris for examination
  • Ensure machine spindle speed is checked periodically using a tachometer
  • Ensure that damaged or defective wheels and worn-out wheels are destroyed to prevent them from being used
  • Ensure that the wheel is removed before transporting or storing portable ma chines


Cuando seleccione un disco abrasive de corte, usted debe tener en cuenta las siguientes recomendaciones:

  • El tipo de maquina que esta utilizando, o que va a ser utilizada con el disco brasivo.
  • La calidad, tipo y cantidad de material de trabajo, o pieza de trabajo, sea metal, acero inoxidable, o concreto.
  • La velocidad maxima recomendada en cada uno de los discos abrasivos no puede ser sobrepasada en ningun caso.

Observando las tres sugerencias mencionadas anteriormente, usted podra evitar problemas potenciales como:

  • Duracion excesiva del corte, lo que hace que su trabajo sea poco productivo.
  • Excesivo desgaste del disco de corte o desbaste en el trabajo, debido a las bajas revoluciones por minute en las que se esta usando el disco, o con maquinas de bajo poder, o de baja velocidad periferica.
  • Cortes inapropiados, dado el manejo de un disco equivocado para la aplicacion requerida, una maquina que funcione mal, un disco danado, o funcionando mal, o un disco puesto sobre un adaptador sucio.

Una seleccion inadecuada de un disco puede ocasionar:

  • Discos abrasivos de corte podrian volar, si la pieza de trabajo no esta correctamente sujeta.
  • Uso extreme de presion durante el corte, haciendolo menos eficiente por un uso de un disco no disenado para esa aplicacion, o a unas revoluciones por minuto no adecuadas, o con insuficiente velocidad periferica.
  • Pieza de trabajo danada y mal sujeta que puede ocasionar que el disco se quede trabado, haciendo que este trabaje mal.
  • Los discos abrasivos tambien pueden llegar a romperse debido a un corte forzado, a un ajuste inapropiado del adaptador a la maquina, dano previo del eje del disco de corte, o una excesiva carga de muchas piezas de trabajo a la misma vez.
ITEM NUMBER AMX4121 AMX4132 AMX7161 AMX7162 AMX9201 AMX4082
APLICACION Metal & Inox Cutting Metal & Inox Cutting Metal & Inox Cutting Metal & Inox Cutting Metal & Inox Cutting Metal & Inox Cutting
TYPE 41 42 41 42 41 42
DESCRIPCION TYPE Flat Cutting Disc Depressed Center Disc Flat Cutting Disc Depressed Center Disc Flat Cutting Disc Depressed Center Disc
MAX RPM’S 13300 13300 8500 8500 6600 13300
UNIT BARCODE 639266219279 639266219286 639266219293 639266219309 639266219316 639266219323

Maxicut is proud to offer the highest levels of quality available in the industry. Our wide range of cutting and grinding abrasives have been tested and verified to exceed end-user expectations.

Our products are made of 100% virgin grain, and have gone through an extensive selection process.

Our patented product designs were developed to make the most durable products on the market, helping the end user to be more productive by increasing the cost / benefit ratio.

Our products are guaranteed to last longer when used as recommended.

Our high-performance line has the prestigious international certification OSA ensuring the highest safety standards.

All our products are manufactured according to the EN (European Norm), and are certified by the MPA, which ensures that our products are manufactured to the highest standards of quality and safety.