2013 Edition, September 30, 2013
Power Tools – Power-Driven Brushing Tools – Safety Requirements for Design, Care, and Use
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Description / Abstract:
The purpose of this standard is to establish the rules and
specifications for safety that apply in the design, use, and care
of powerdriven brushing tools. It includes specifications for
shanks, adapters, flanges, collets, chucks, and safety guards and
rules for the proper storage, handling, mounting, and use of
brushes. It embraces configurations of brushing tools whose
functional performance is accomplished by power-driven operation.
Covered are brushing tools whose brushing elements are made up of
ferrous wire, nonferrous wire, plastic, abrasive filaments,
vegetable fibers, animal hair, or other materials, and brushes
fabricated with any combination of such elements.