FAQ – Adjusting the Height of the Grinding Wheel

For maximum efficiency, the Dust Muzzle should touch the work surface at the same time or slightly prior to the grinding wheel, thereby creating a face seal.  This is what the final installation should look like. Note that in this photo the wheel is slightly below the...

FAQ – Dust Muzzle Crack Chaser

All Dust Muzzles are sold round and unaltered but they are easily converted into crack chasing and cutting tools with four easy steps. This allows the users to set the depth of cut to their own preference rather than to a pre-determined depth as is the case on...

FAQ – Saw Muzzle

Faux grout lines are commonly seen in decorative floors, either because they were specified or as an afterthought. In some cases the operator makes a “kiss cut” of less than ¼” depth and in other cases a slightly deeper cut is made and the groove is re-grouted. In...

FAQ – Dust Muzzle – Close to a Wall Grinding

If an operator needs to do zero tolerance grinding, it is recommended that one grinder/Dust Muzzle combination, normally a grinder with a 7” diamond cup wheel, be dedicated to the field and a second grinder with a 4-5” wheel be dedicated to working around the edges....

FAQ – Dust Muzzle – Maximise Efficiency

Maximizing the efficiency of the Dust Muzzle depends upon two things: 1) correct installation of the Dust Muzzle on your grinder. 2) having a vacuum that is powerful enough to collect the dust. For maximum efficiency, the Dust Muzzle should touch the work surface at...