AIR SUPPLY AND CONNECTIONS
o not use oxygen, combustible gases, or bottled gases as a power source for this tool as
tool may explode, possibly causing injury.
Install a male plug on the tool which is free flowing and which will release air pressure from the tool when
disconnected from the supply source.
ir hoses should have a minimum of 150 p.s.i. (10.6 kg/cm
working pressure rating or 150 percent of the
maximum pressure that could be produced in the air system. The supply hose should contain a fitting that will
rovide “quick disconnecting” from the male plug on the tool.
Use only clean regulated compressed air as a power source for this tool. NEVER USE OXYGEN, COMBUSTIBLE
ASES, OR BOTTLED GASES, AS A POWER SOURCE FOR THISTOOL ASTOOL MAY EXPLODE.
A pressure regulator with an operating pressure of 0 - 125 p.s.i. (0 - 8.79 kg/cm
) is required to control the
operating pressure for safe operation of this tool. Do not connect this tool to air pressure which can potentially
exceed 200 p.s.i. (14 kg/cm
) as tool may burst, possibly causing injury.
Do not exceed recommended maximum operating pressure as tool wear will be greatly increased. The air
supply must be capable of maintaining the operating pressure at the tool. Pressure drops in the air supply can
reduce the tool’s driving power. Refer to “TOOL SPECIFICATIONS” for setting the correct operating pressure
for the tool.
Dirt and water in the air supply are major causes of wear in pneumatic tools. A filter will help to get the best
performance and minimum wear from the tool. The filter must have adequate flow capacity for the specific
installation.The filter has to be kept clean to be effective in providing clean compressed air to the tool. Consult
the manufacturer’s instructions on proper maintenance of your filter. A dirty and clogged filter will cause a
pressure drop which will reduce the tool’s performance.
Quick Connect Plug
Quick Disconnect Plug