osha grinding wheel guarding

osha grinding wheel guarding

Machine Guarding Checklist for Abrasive Wheel Equipment

18 行  2013-3-15  From the Abrasive Wheel standard. 215(a)(2) Do side guards cover the spindle, nut and flange and 75% of the wheel diameter? 215(a)(4) Is the work rest used and kept adjusted to within 1/8-inch (0.3175cm) of the wheel? 215(b)(9) Is the adjustable tongue guard on the top side of the grinder used and kept to within 1/4-inch (0.6350cm) of the wheel?

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1910.215 Abrasive wheel machinery. Occupational Safety

2021-8-16  1910.215 (b) (1) (iii) Special "Revolving Cup Guards" which mount behind the wheel and turn with it. They shall be made of steel or other material with adequate strength and shall enclose the wheel sides upward from the back for one-third of the wheel thickness. The mounting features shall conform with all requirements of this section.

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Applicability of Abrasive Wheel Machinery Guarding

1981-4-3  The density of grinding wheels (Ref. ANSI B7.1-1978, Appendix B, paragraph B.1, Assumptions) is generally assumed to be 0.1 lb/cu in. or 2.77 g/cu cm. The Scotch-Brite materials vary from 0.10 g/cu cm to 0.90 g/cu cm, where the most dense is approximately 1/3 the density of average industrial grinding wheels.

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1926.303 Abrasive wheels and tools. Occupational

2021-8-16  Grinding machines shall be equipped with safety guards in conformance with the requirements of American National Standards Institute, B7.1-1970, Safety Code for the Use, Care and Protection of Abrasive Wheels, and paragraph (d) of this section. 1926.303 (b) (2)

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Machine safeguarding at the point of operation

2020-4-16  associated with grinding wheels, and we will make certain standards are followed.” OSHA’s Milwaukee area office director, George Yoksas, said the agency opened an inspection of the foundry following the Jan. 7, 2003, accident that occurred when an abrasive wheel on a stand grinder exploded, propelling fragments that struck the grinder operator.

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1910.243 Guarding of portable powered tools

2021-8-13  1910.243 (c) (5) (ii) Grinding wheels shall fit freely on the spindle and remain free under all grinding conditions. A controlled clearance between the wheel hole and the machine spindle (or wheel sleeves or adaptors) is essential to avoid excessive pressure from mounting and spindle expansion.

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Requirements for surface conditioning wheels (3M Scotch

1998-8-6  In your letter you indicated that 3M believes that it would be appropriate for OSHA to provide an interpretation to classify surface conditioning wheels as polishing or buffing wheels rather than abrasive grinding wheels. Abrasive wheels must be guarded in accordance with 29 CFR 1910.215.

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Guarding and Clearances, Grinders ResponsibleAg

2014-9-22  Abrasive wheel machinery, such as bench grinders, must be guarded and maintained to protect employees. Abrasive wheels must be used only on machines provided with safety guards. The safety guard must cover the spindle end, nut and flange projections. The safety guard must be mounted to maintain proper alignment with the wheel and the strength of the fastenings must exceed the

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Abrasive Wheel Machinery Machine Guarding 1910.215

2017-12-7  The maximum angular exposure of the grinding wheel periphery and sides for safety guards used on cutting-off machines and on surface grinding machines which employ the wheel periphery shall not exceed 150 deg. This exposure shall begin at a point not less than 15 deg. below the horizontal plane of the wheel spindle.

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Letter of Interpretation Wire Wheel Guarding

2020-4-16  Subject: Wire Wheel Guarding QUESTION: On pedestal or bench grinders, the employer will sometimes use a wire wheel instead on an abrasive wheel. A hazard exists because of the turning shaft and nut end. Should this be cited under abrasive wheel machinery, 1910.215, under 1910.212, general machine guarding, or 1910.219, mechanical power

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Guarding and Clearances, Grinders ResponsibleAg

2014-9-22  Guarding and Clearances, Grinders Regulatory Citation OSHA 29 CFR 1910.215 Abrasive wheel machinery What It Is Standard protects employees from the hazards associated with using abrasive wheel machinery. Who It Applies To Employers with employees who use abrasive wheel machinery such as bench grinders. Origination Date 6-27-1974

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Machine Safeguarding at the Point of Operation OSHA

2018-4-17  failure to ensure the grinder was running at an appropriate speed within the grinding wheel tolerance, and issues involving machine guarding and other adjustments to the machine. Source: Federal OSHA Regional News Release, July 7, 2003

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Osha guarding regulations for grinders in english

Osha guarding regulations for grinders in english Products. As a leading global manufacturer of crushing, grinding and mining equipments, we offer advanced, reasonable solutions for any size-reduction requirements including, Osha guarding regulations for grinders in english, quarry, aggregate, and different kinds of minerals.

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OSHA Grinding Regulations Legal Beagle

Machine Guarding. According to OSHA grinding regulations, grinding machines must have safety guards. A guard must cover the machine's spindle end, flange projections and nut and have secure mounting that keeps it in line with the grinding wheel. Guards must also protect workers from the grinding wheel; workers should only be exposed to 90

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Got Grinders? Get Safeguarding Machine Safety Blog

Safeguarding Standards for Bench and Pedestal Grinders Grinders are one of the most frequently cited machines during OSHA machine-safety inspections. This is frequently due to improperly adjusted work-rests and tongue-guards on bench/pedestal grinders, as well as a lack of ring-testing for the grinding wheels. OSHA

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Abrasive Wheel Machinery Machine Guarding 1910.215

2017-12-7  In this issue we focus on OSHA 1910.215 Abrasive Wheel Machinery Machine Guarding. Information contained within this newsletter includes describing what abrasive wheels are, exemptions, safety guards, and training requirements.

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OSHA requiremnts for buffers Practical Machinist

2011-8-1  Wire wheels used to be covered the same as grinding wheels by OSHA, but a few years ago, they were sepperated. Wire wheels and power buffers now fall under CFR 1910.212, General Machine Guarding. From an OSHA letter of interpritation: Wire wheels should have at least an upper wheel cover, if cleaning large items such as axes or shovels and a

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Grinder Safety The Do's and Don'ts Rockford Systems, LLC

2017-3-1  Grinder safety gauges can be used during the installation, maintenance, and inspection of bench/pedestal grinders to ensure work-rests and tongue-guards comply with OSHA’s 1910.215 regulation and ANSI standards. To do so, wait until the wheel has completely stopped and the grinder is properly locked out before using a grinder

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ANSI B7.1 The Bible of Grinding Wheel Safety Norton

2013-9-4  ANSI B7.1 has been called the “Bible” for grinding wheel safety for good reason. It is the abrasive (grinding) wheel industry standard for the “Safety Requirements for the Use, Care and Protection of Abrasive Wheels” and most abrasive wheel safety-related questions can be found there.

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Use of Portable Grinders : OSH Answers

2021-5-31  Vertical grinder the grinding wheel face is in contact with the surface. Use racks or hooks to store portable grinders. Stand away from the wheel when starting grinders. Warn co-workers to do the same. Inspect all wheels for cracks and defects before mounting. Perform a “ ring test ” to check if the wheel is damaged.

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OSHA requiremnts for buffers Practical Machinist

2011-8-1  Wire wheels used to be covered the same as grinding wheels by OSHA, but a few years ago, they were sepperated. Wire wheels and power buffers now fall under CFR 1910.212, General Machine Guarding. From an OSHA letter of interpritation: Wire wheels should have at least an upper wheel cover, if cleaning large items such as axes or shovels and a

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Guarding and Clearances, Grinders ResponsibleAg

2014-9-22  Guarding and Clearances, Grinders Regulatory Citation OSHA 29 CFR 1910.215 Abrasive wheel machinery What It Is Standard protects employees from the hazards associated with using abrasive wheel machinery. Who It Applies To Employers with employees who use abrasive wheel machinery such as bench grinders. Origination Date 6-27-1974

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Grinder Safety The Do's and Don'ts Rockford Systems, LLC

2017-3-1  Grinder safety gauges can be used during the installation, maintenance, and inspection of bench/pedestal grinders to ensure work-rests and tongue-guards comply with OSHA’s 1910.215 regulation and ANSI standards. To do so, wait until the wheel has completely stopped and the grinder is properly locked out before using a grinder

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Grinders OSHA Safety Manuals

2017-6-2  Wheels should have an RPM rating that matches the RPM rating of the grinder motor. Use the correct type of wheel for the material you are grinding. Store wheels so that they are not subject to the environment or damage. Guarding is extremely important for safe grinder operation. Side guards should cover the spindle, nut, flange and wheel

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ANSI B7.1 The Bible of Grinding Wheel Safety Norton

2013-9-4  ANSI B7.1 has been called the “Bible” for grinding wheel safety for good reason. It is the abrasive (grinding) wheel industry standard for the “Safety Requirements for the Use, Care and Protection of Abrasive Wheels” and most abrasive wheel safety-related questions can be found there.

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GENERAL INDUSTRY SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARD

2020-7-27  Peripheral grinding wheel having both sides recessed to allow grinding clearance for both flanges or recessed so that an unusually wide faced wheel may be mounted when the available mounting thickness (E) is less than the overall thickness (T). Type 11 Flaring-cup wheel. Side grinding wheel having a wall flared or tapered outward from the back.

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grinder guarding Archives Machine Safety Blog

OSHA says that you must “ring-test” grinding wheels before mounting them to prevent the inadvertent mounting of a cracked grinding wheel. Ring Testing Ring-Testing involves suspending the grinding wheel by its center hole, then tapping the side of the wheel with a non-metallic object. This should produce a bell tone if the wheel

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Tool box talk: Abrasive wheel grinders. Oregon OSHA

2012-8-14  If a grinding wheel shatters while in use, the fragments can travel more than 300 mph, so there’s a risk for serious injury from flying fragments and the rotating wheel assemblies (including the flange, spindle end, and nut). Staying safe . Abrasive wheels used on bench and pedestal grinders must be equipped with safety guards.

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Use of Portable Grinders : OSH Answers

2021-5-31  Vertical grinder the grinding wheel face is in contact with the surface. Use racks or hooks to store portable grinders. Stand away from the wheel when starting grinders. Warn co-workers to do the same. Inspect all wheels for cracks and defects before mounting. Perform a “ ring test ” to check if the wheel is damaged.

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MACHINERY AND MACHINE GUARDING

2001-12-9  The presence of an abrasive wheel safety guard is not enough. Specific requirements concerning the safety guard are discussed below. Abrasive wheel safety guards for bench stands, floor stands, and cylindrical grinders shall not expose the grinding wheel periphery for more than 65 degrees above the horizontal plane of the wheel

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