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           We are also cognizant that safety and environmental responsibility are critically important considerations that extend through every area of operations. In particular we work to ensure safety by aggressively testing imported raw materials to isolate and quantitatively measure quality from the earliest stages of the manufacturing process. All employees share an awareness of the potential dangers posed by cutting, grinding and polishing tools, and we strive to provide safe, confidence-inspiring products through a regimen of strength testing and other inspections.

Our dedication to safety is matched by our commitment to quality. The Furukawa Factory and subsidiary Dia Resibon have both been certified under international ISO standards, and we scrutinize each manufacturing process, from molding to press work and baking, to ensure efficiency and safety. Nippon Resibon is a proven choice for consistent, reliable products.


  •       1. Carefully inspect the products when received for defects: damaged packages, cracks.
  •       2. Handle with care and store in an appropriate place.
  •       3. Select the product suited to the application.
  •       4. Inspect the product before mounting on the machine: visual inspection and ring test when applicable.
  •       5. Make sure the product is adapted to the machine: dimensions
  •       6. maximum rotational frequency:
  •       7. machine max. RPM shall never exceed max. RPM marked on the wheel.
  •       8. Carefully mount on the machine following machine builder instructions and wheel marking.
  •       9. Install and close all safety devices: guards, screens etc.
  •       10. Start the machine and run it idle for at least 30 seconds, with all personnel away, every time a new or used wheel is mounted.
  •       11. Operate the machine according to machine and wheel instructions.


  •       1. Run a wheel at a rotational frequency higher that the maximum RPM marked on the wheel or its label.
  •       2. Force the wheel on the mounting device: machine shaft, flange spigot etc.
  •       3. Modify, enlarge, wheel bore.
  •       4. Grind on the side of a wheel which is not designed for this operation.
  •       5. Abuse a wheel with too much grinding pressure, shocks etc.
  •       6. Dress the wheel with an inadequate tool.

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