Below we go over some of the best practices for when you first receive, hook up and operate your Kalamazoo Industries equipment
- Receiving the equipment: prior to sign the bill of lading inspect the out side and the inside for for any possible damage. If there is don’t sign anything and fill a claim with the trucking company.
- Go over the equipment owners manual and make sure you and the people who will operating the unit understand the do’s and dont’s of that piece of equipment.
- Hooking up your Kalamazoo Industries, chop saws, belt sanders and or belt grinders. If your machine is anything other than 115V have a certified electrician hook your unit up. Note: if any of electrics are damaged because it was hooked up wrong those electric’s aren’t covered under warranty.
- Starting your belt sander for the first time. Make sure your belt sanders belt is tracked. Even though we track it at the factory, it could have changed while the machine was in transit.
- Operating your abrasive chop saw: make sure you have the correct cutoff wheel that’s designed to operate at the speed the spindle is set at. Dry abrasive chop saws spindle speed is faster than the spindle speed of a wet abrasive chop saw.
- Go over your equipment weekly with a fine toothed comb and make sure the v-belts, fasteners are tight and if your machine is wet change coolant. Make sure the coolant that you use is a grinding coolant that has an anti rusting agent in it.
Following these best practices that we cover above you will be off to a great start.
Thank you for reading “Best practices” In the mean time if you have any questions and or in the market for an abrasive chop saw, belt sander and or belt grinder go to our web page by clicking here and give us a call with your applications. We can be reached at (269) 382-2050.
All over our equipment is manufactured here in Kalamazoo,MI 49048.