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Safety of diamond tools

EN 13236 defines the safety requirements for superabrasive products. Diamond products meeting this standard are deemed to meet the safety requirements of the Raffarin Decree, which must apply to agglomerated and superabrasive discs sold, held, rented, used on electric machines put on the French market.

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French Abrasives Safety

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The Abrasives Safety website has been firstly published in English in August 2015 by FEPA, the Federation of European Producers of Abrasives, with the intention from the beginning to be developed in other European languages as well. Since the ...

Control of conformity at Batimat 2015: diamond saws non-compliant with the French regulation. Danger for users!

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On November the 6th, Jean-Philippe GUYOT, President of the French association of the abrasives producers (SNAS) denounced the failure to respect the French regulation on diamond saws at the exhibition Batimat during a press conference about the...

Videos on abrasives safety

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The Abrasives Safety website provides end users with the essential recommendations and principles for the safe use of abrasive products. The site employs many pictures, drawings and video clips because these often speak louder than words!  ...
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