All Weiler Abrasives products are made to the strictest quality standards and specifications and designed to provide superior work performance and safe operation when used correctly.

Many manufacturers directly mark some safety warnings, recommendations, and usage restrictions on the product. However, it is not always practical to include even the most limited safety information on the product itself. Operators must READ and FOLLOW all instructions. They are provided in the product box and those marked on the product.

Weiler Abrasives is a proud member of FEPA and OSA organizations.

  Read Warnings: Failure to observe safety precautions may result in injury. 

  Safety Goggles / Face Shield: Safety goggles or full face shields worn over safety glasses with side shields must be worn by all operators and others in the area of brush and abrasive operations. Follow the requirements of ANSI Z87.1 "Eye and face protection at work."

  Protective Clothing: Appropriate protective clothing must be used where there is a possibility of injury that can be prevented by such clothing.

Tool Guard: Guards must be kept in place at all times when the product is running.

  Hearing Protection: The use of these products may create elevated sound levels. Hearing protection must be worn where required.

  Safety Gloves: Grinding applications are conducted in harsh environments. The use of safety gloves is recommended.

  Respiratory Protection: Wear respiratory protection against dust and fumes (check ANSI Z88.2).

Speed: Observe all speed restrictions indicated on brushes, abrasives, containers, labels, or printed in the pertinent literature. MSFS means Maximum Safe Free Speed (RPM) - spinning free with no work applied. For reasons of safety, MSFS or Maximum RPM should not be exceeded under any circumstances.

Safety Standards

Weiler power brushes and abrasives conform to all key international safety standards. All operators of abrasives and power brushes must comply with these safety standards.

  • EN 12413 Safety requirements for Bonded abrasive products

  • EN 13743 Safety requirements for Coated abrasive products

  • EN 13236 Safety requirements for Superabrasive products

  • ANSI B165.1 "Power Tools - Power-Driven Brushing Tools - Safety Requirements for Design, Care and Use"
  • ANSI B7.1 "Safety Requirements - For the Use, Care and Protection of Abrasive Wheels
  • OSA requirements.


Based on all experiences of members of FEPA - Federation of European Producers (standards EN), ABMA - American Brush Manufacturers Association Industrial Division members (ANSI B165.1), UAMA - United Abrasives Manufacturers Association's Bonded Division (ANSI B7.1) and OSA - Organization for Safety of Abrasives requirements standards are referenced and provided solely as a public service for the guidance of the users of the members' products. All Brush and Abrasive recommendations are not necessarily complete with respect to any particular application, and common sense safety considerations should generally be followed. Any applicable federal, state, or local law or regulation must be strictly adhered to and is controlling over any recommendation contained herein.


On bench grinders, tool/work rests should be used to support the workpiece. It should have a maximum opening of 1/8" to the product face. Only adjust the rest when the product is not in motion.


Use eye protection and safety equipment. Inspect product for rust, damage, etc. If the RPM marked on the power tool is higher than the RPMā€ˆmarked on the product, do not mount the product onto the device.


Inspect and jog the machine to ensure that the product is mounted correctly and securely; machine guards are in place, no vibration, etc. Run the engine at operating speed for at least one minute before applying for work. Do not stand in front of or in line with the product.