BS EN 12413:2019 - Safety requirements for bonded abrasive products

BS EN 12413:2019

Safety requirements for bonded abrasive products

Status : Current   Published : October 2019



This document is applicable to rotating bonded abrasive products. It specifies requirements and/or measures for the removal or reduction of hazards resulting from the design and application of the abrasive products. This document also contains procedures and tests for verification of compliance with the requirements as well as safety information for use, which is to be made available to the user by the manufacturer. This document does not apply to superabrasive products and coated abrasive products.

Standard NumberBS EN 12413:2019
TitleSafety requirements for bonded abrasive products
Publication Date31 October 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN ISO 6103, ISO 13942, ISO 525
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN 62841-3-4, EN 60745-2-3, EN 60745-2-22, EN ISO 16089, EN ISO 11148-7, ISO 3864-2, EN 61029-2-10, ISO 7010, EN ISO 7010, EN 60745-2-23, EN 61029-2-4, ISO 19432, EN ISO 11148-9, EN ISO 19432
ReplacesBS EN 12413:2007+A1:2011
International RelationshipsEN 12413:2019
Draft Superseded By18/30375115 DC
DescriptorsGrinding, Silicon inorganic compounds, Parting tools, Occupational safety, Centre of gravity, Cutting tools, Abrasives, Seatings, Safety measures, Colour codes, Spindles, Labels, Carbides, Shape, Classification systems, Hazards, Performance testing, Zirconium-containing alloys, Symbols, Equipment safety, Visual inspection (testing), Dimensions, Aluminium oxide, Inspection, Load capacity, Mechanical testing, Velocity, Marking, Hardness, Grinding wheels, Instructions for use
Title in FrenchExigences de sécurité pour les produits abrasifs agglomérés
Title in GermanSicherheitsanforderungen für Schleifwerkzeuge aus gebundenem Schleifmittel
ISBN978 0 539 00373 4
File Size1.645 MB

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