When operating a power tool outdoors, use an
extension cord suitable for outdoor use. Use of a
cord suitable for outdoor use reduces the risk of
Keep the connection to the extension cord dry and off
Keep cable away from heat, oil, charp edges or
moving parts. Damaged or entangled cable increase
the risk of electric shock.
Check that the cables are intact and in good condition.
Never use the machine if any cable or plug is
damaged, but hand it in to an authorized service
workshop for repair.
To avoid overheating do not use the extension cord
while it is rolled up.
Ensure the cord is behind you when you start to use
the machine so that the cord will not be damaged.
Never leave the machine unsupervised with the motor
Make sure that there is always another person close
at hand when you use the machines, so that you can
call for help if an accident should occur.
Keep all parts in good working order and ensure that
all ﬁxtures are properly tightened.
Machinery should only be started when grinding
heads are resting on the ground unless carrying out a
testing procedure as outlined in this manual.
The machine should not be started without the rubber
dust skirt attached. It is essential a good seal between
machine and ﬂoor be established for safety, especially
when operating in dry grinding applications.
Transport and storage
Extreme caution must be used when moving
machinery by hand on an inclined plane. Even the
slightest slope can cause forces/momentum making
the machinery impossible to brake manually.
The machine should not be lifted by handles, motor,
chassis or other parts. Transportation of the machine
is best done on a pallet / skid to which the machine
must be ﬁrmly secured.
At no time should lifting of machinery be attempted
without mechanical means such as a hoist or fork lift.
Do not attempt to slide the tines/forks from a fork lift
under grinding heads unless on a pallet/skid. Failure
to do so can cause irreparable damage to grinding
heads of machine and internal parts.
Secure the equipment during transportation in order
to avoid transport damage and accidents.
The machine should be transported under cover
where possible, limiting the exposed to natural
elements – in particular rain and snow.
It is recommended that machinery be transported with
a set of diamonds attached at all times to ensure
protection of locking mechanism for diamond plates.
Store the equipment in a lockable area so that it is out
of reach of children and unauthorized persons.
The machine should always be stored in a dry place
when not in use.
Speed and direction of rotation
Planetary head and grinding heads are run with separate
motors, so called Dual Drive Technology™. This gives the
operator fully control of both planetary head and satellite
heads in regards to speed and direction of rotation.
Speed and direction of rotation is set using the controls on
the control panel.
Speed control for planetary head rotation
Speed control for grinding heads
Direction control for planetary head rotation
Direction control for grinding heads
When starting the machine for the ﬁrst time on any given
application, it is advised the speed setting should not
exceed 7, initially.
When the operator is comfortable with the application,
speed may be altered.
Direction of rotation
Seen from underneath the machine, the direction of
rotation is as follows:
REV - Clockwise.
FWD - Reverse.