3.1 Transport

If you are using a ramp, make sure it is intact, secured to both the vehicle and the ground and is free of anything that might make it slippery. The machine comes equipped with inbuilt advanced electronic systems called variable speed drives or frequency converters. When transporting, it is important to ensure the machinery is properly secured at all times to eliminate bouncing. Floor Grinder and Dust Collector must be secured separately.  Ensure the chassis or frame section of the machine is secured down at all times when in transit. The machine should always be transported undercover limiting the exposure to natural elements – in particular rain and snow.

3.2 Lifting

Before lifting the machine, be sure to define the risk area and check that nobody is present within the area when lifting. Use an approved lifting device to secure and lift heavy machine parts.

Secure the machine using all lifting eyes so that it will remain level when lifting.

3.3 Safety instruction


3.4 Plan your work

Customer in focus floor grinder
When you prepare for a job, you can benefit from using this checklist.

Job preparation check list 

  • What is the expected finish?
  • What is the size of the area?
  • What is the time line for completion?
  • How old is the concrete?
  • What is the condition of the surface to be ground?

Do you have

  • Site access?
  • Water?
  • Power?
  • Lighting?

Depending on the job you have in front of you, you need different equipment and accessories. Here are a few examples that are good to keep in mind.

  • Dust bags
  • Longopac 
  • Dust skirt
  • Vaccum wand
  • 2” Hose
  • 3” Hose
  • Diamond and resin tools
  • Diamond and resin holder discs
  • Hand grinder 
  • Chemicals needed
  • Single and/or 3 phase phase power cables
  • Soft Broom
  • Micro fiber mop
  • Water hose and connections
  • Hammer 
  • Resin Spatular
  • Knife
  • Cable/zip ties
  • 5mm Allen key