18GA. X 2” BRAD NAILER KIT
performance
plus
MODEL: 8201N
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
COPYRIGHT © 2005 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY KING CANADA TOOLS INC.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
2-YEAR
LIMITED WARRANTY
FOR THIS 18 GA. BRAD NAILER KIT
KING CANADA TOOLS
OFFERS A 2-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
FOR NON-COMMERCIAL USE.
PROOF OF PURCHASE
Please keep your dated proof of purchase for warranty and servicing purposes.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Replacement parts for this tool are available at our authorized KING CANADA service centers across Canada. For servicing, contact
or return to the retailer where you purchased your product along with your proof of purchase.
LIMITED TOOL WARRANTY
KING CANADA makes every effort to ensure that this product meets high quality and durability standards. KING CANADA warrants to
the original retail consumer a 2-year limited warranty as of the date the product was purchased at retail and that each product is free
from defects in materials. Warranty does not apply to defects due directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse, negligence or accidents,
repairs or alterations and lack of maintenance. KING CANADA shall in no event be liable for death, injuries to persons or property or
for incidental, special or consequential damages arising from the use of our products. To take advantage of this warranty, the product
or part must be returned for examination by the retailer. Shipping and handling charges may apply. If a defect is found, KING CANADA
will either repair or replace the product.
KING CANADA TOOLS INC. DORVAL, QUEBEC, CANADA H9P 2Y4
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR NAILER
Trigger
Air deflector
Air inlet
Magazine latch
Quick clear latch
Magazine
Nail discharge area
SPECIFICATIONS
Nail view finder
Nail loading area
Safety release
Model............................................................................................................................................................................................8201N
Air inlet ......................................................................................................................................................................................1/4” NPT
Compressed air:
Maximum permissible operating pressure ................................................................................................................120 PSIG (8.3 bar)
Recommended operating pressure range ............................................................................................................................60-100 PSI
Nail range ....................................................................................................................................3/4” to 2” 18ga. brad head finish nails
Width ..........................................................................................................................................................................................1.25mm
Thickness ........................................................................................................................................................................................1mm
Nail capacity ....................................................................................................................................................................100 brad nails
Features:
•Powerful nailer drives standard 18 ga. brad nails from 3/4˝ to 2˝
•Special one piece hardened driver for long, trouble-free performance
•Nail view finder shows quantity of nails in magazine
•Quick release latch for clearing jams
•Adjustable air deflector controls the direction of air exhaust
•Sequential and bump firing modes
•60-100 Psi operating pressure
•Comes with 1/4˝ Air inlet, oiler, hex. keys and sturdy carrying case
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V A I L A B L E
KING INDUSTRIAL
18 GA. - BRAD NAILS
BN-1820
BN-1825
BN-1830
BN-1832
BN-1838
BN-1840
BN-1845
BN-1850
3/4’’
1’’
1 3/16’’
1-1/4’’
1-1/2’’
1-9/16’’
1-3/4’’
2’’
(18MM APPROX.)
(25MM APPROX.)
(29MM APPROX.)
(30MM APPROX.)
(36MM APPROX.)
(38MM APPROX.)
(42MM APPROX.)
(49MM APPROX.)
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• Read and understand this manual and all the safety instructions before operating this nailer. If
you have any questions, please contact our authorized service centres or retailers for help.
• Never allow the use of flammable gases as a power source for the nailer. Use filtered,
lubricated and regulated compressed air only.
• Never use gasoline or other flammable liquids to clean this nailer. Vapors in the nailer will ignite
by a spark and cause the nailer to explode.
• Do not exceed the maximum permissible operating pressure of this nailer (120 PSIG).
• Disconnect the nailer from its air supply before clearing jams, servicing, adjusting and while the
nailer is not in use.
• Do not keep the trigger pulled on contact safety trip mechanism when carrying or holding the
nailer. Never carry the nailer by the air hose or pull on the air hose to move the nailer.
• At the workplace, always wear protective equipment such as Z87 safety glasses, hearing and
head protection.
• Do not use a check valve or any other fitting which allows air to remain in the nailer.
• Do not place your hand or any part of your body in the nail discharge area of the nailer when
connecting or disconnecting from the air supply.
• Never point any operational nail driving tool at yourself or at any other person.
LUBRICATION
AIR SUPPLY AND CONNECTIONS
LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
• Your nailer needs to be lubicated before and after the first time you use it.
• Disconnect the air supply from the nailer before lubricating.
• Turn the nailer so that the inlet is facing up and put ONE DROP of high speed spindle oil or oil without
detergent into the air inlet. Never use detergent oil or additives. Operate the nailer briefly after adding
oil.
• Wipe off excessive oil at the exhaust. Excessive oil will damage O-rings of the nailer. If a in-line oiler
is used, manual lubrication through the air inlet is not required on a daily basis.
AIR SUPPLY AND CONNECTIONS
WARNING!
THE FOLLOWING ILLUSTRATION SHOWS THE CORRECT MODE OF CONNECTION TO THE AIR
SUPPLY SYSTEM WHICH WILL INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY AND USEFUL LIFE OF THE NAILER.
Oiler
Air hose Quick
connector
Filter
Compressor
Quick couplers
Quick connector
Regulator
• Many air tool users find it convenient to use an oiler to help provide oil circulation through the tool and
it increases the efficiency and useful life of the tool. Check oil level in the oiler daily.
• Many air tool users find it convenient to use a filter to remove moisture and impurities which can rust
or wear internal parts of the tool. A filter also increases the efficiency and useful life of the tool. The
filter must be checked on a daily basis and, if necessary, drained.
• For better performance, install a 3/8” quick connector (1/4” NPT threads) with an inside diameter of
.315” on your tool and a 3/8” quick coupler on the air hose.
CONTACT SAFETY TRIP MECHANISM
OPERATING A CONTACT SAFETY TRIP TOOL:
• The operator is required to have the finger off the trigger and the nose of the nailer to be placed on the
workpiece.
• The contact safety trip mechanism is then depressed against the workpiece and the trigger is pulled to
drive the nail.
• The trigger is released after each nail is driven.
• Move the nailer to the next location and repeat the above procedure.
VERIFICATION
• Disconnect the air supply from the air inlet.
• Empty all nails from the magazine.
• Make sure the trigger and the contact safety trip mechanism moves up and down without sticking.
• Connect the air supply to the nailer air inlet.
• Depress the contact safety trip mechanism against the workpiece without pulling the trigger. The
nailer must not cycle. Never use the tool if a cycle occurs.
• Hold the nailer clear of the workpiece. The contact safety trip mechanism should return to its original
down position. Pull the trigger. The tool must not cycle. Never use the nailer if a cycle occurs.
• Depress the contact safety trip mechanism against the workpiece and pull the trigger, the nailer must
cycle.
LOADING NAILER & CLEARING JAMS
LOADING NAILER MAGAZINE
• Disconnect the air hose from the nailer air inlet.
• Depress the magazine latch, pull back on the magazine cover.
• Insert a stick of nails into the magazine. Make sure the pointed ends of the nails are as close to the
bottom edge of the magazine as possible, ensuring the head of the nail is aligned with the
appropriate machined groove in the magazine.
• Push the magazine cover forward until the latch catches.
CLEARING JAMS
Disconnect the nailer from the air compressor before adjusting, clearing jams, servicing,
relocating and during non-operation.
• Disconnect the air hose from the nailer air inlet.
• Depress the magazine latch, pull back on the magazine cover and remove all nails.
• Release the front mounted quick clear latch and remove cover.
• Remove jammed nail, replace cover and latch securely.
OPERATING YOUR NAILER
OPERATING YOUR NAILER
WARNING! protect your eyes and ears. Wear Z87 safety glasses with side shields. Wear hearing
protection. Employers are responsible for ensuring the user or anyone near the nailer wears the
above mentioned safety protection.
WARNING! Check and replace any damaged or worn components.
• Add one/two drops of 30W oil for air tools into the air inlet.
• Install a quick connect fitting to the nailer.
• Connect the nailer to an air compressor using a 3/8” I.D. hose. Make sure the magazine does not
contain any nails and that the air hose has a rated working pressure exceeding 200 psi and a female
quick coupler.
• Regulate the air pressure to obtain 85 psi. Check the operation of the contact safety trip mechanism
following the instructions in this manual.
• Load magazine with nails following the instructions in this manual.
• Reconnect the air hose to the nailer air inlet.
• Test for proper nail penetration by driving nails into scrap wood. If the nails do not achieve the desired
penetration, regulate the air pressure to a higher setting until the desired penetration is achieved. Do
not exceed 100 psi.
MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING
CLEANING YOUR NAILER
• Never use gasoline or other flammable liquids to clean the nailer. Vapors in the nailer will ignite
by a spark and cause the tool to explode and result in death or serious personal injury.
• Disconnect the air supply from the nailer.
• Remove tar buildup with #2 kerosene fuel oil or diesel fuel. Do not allow solvent to get into the
cylinder or dammage may occur. Dry off the tool completely before use.
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
WARNING: Stop using this tool immediately if any of the following problems occur. Serious personal injury could occur. Any
repairs or replacements must be done by a qualified person or an authorized service centre only.
Problem
Cause
• Air leaking at trigger valve • O-rings in trigger valve are damaged.
area.
• Air leaking between
housing and nose.
• Loose screws in housing.
• Damaged O-rings.
• Bumper damage.
• Loose screws.
• Air leaking bewteen
housing and cap assembly. • Damaged seal.
• Nailer skips a nail.
• O-rings must be replaced and safety trip
mechanism must be verified.
• Screws need to be tightened.
• O-rings must be replaced.
• Bumper needs to be replaced.
• Screws need to be tightened.
• Seal must be replaced.
•
• Worn bumper.
•
• Dirt in nailer nose.
• Dirt or damage prevents nails from mov- •
ing freely in the magazine.
•
• Inadequate air flow to nailer.
• Worn O-ring on piston or lack of
lubrication.
• Damaged O-rings on trigger valve.
• Air leaks.
• Cap seal is leaking.
• Nailer runs too slowly o r • Nailer is not sufficiently lubricated.
• Broken spring in cap assembly.
has loos of power.
• Exhaust port in cap is blocked.
• Jammed nails.
Solution
•
•
•
•
Driver guide worn or damaged.
Nails are bent.
Magazine or nose screws are loose.
Damaged driver.
Bumper needs to be replaced.
Clean.
Magazine must be cleaned.
Fitting hose and air compressor need to
be checked.
• O-rings must be replaced, lubricate.
• O-rings must be replaced.
• Screws and fittings need to be tightened.
• Seal needs to be replaced.
• Lubricate.
• Spring needs to be replaced.
• Damaged internal parts must be replaced.
•
•
•
•
Replace driver guide.
Replace with undamaged nails.
Screws need to be tightened.
Replace driver.
REPLACEMENT DRIVER, BUMPER & O-RING REPAIR KITS
After prolonged use of your Nailer, the internal O-rings, Bumper & Driver may have to be replaced
caused by wear & tear. To repair, a complete Driver, Bumper & O-ring Replacement Accessory
Kit is available for your Nailer (model: KW-079). Contact your local King Canada distributor for
more information.
PARTS DIAGRAM & PARTS LISTS
Refer to the Parts section of the King Canada web site for the most updated parts diagram and
parts list.
KW-079
18GA. X 1/4” NARROW CROWN STAPLER
performance
plus
MODEL: 8101S
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
COPYRIGHT © 2005 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED BY KING CANADA TOOLS INC.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
2-YEAR
LIMITED WARRANTY
FOR THIS 18 GA. NARROW CROWN STAPLER
KING CANADA TOOLS
OFFERS A 2-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
FOR NON-COMMERCIAL USE.
PROOF OF PURCHASE
Please keep your dated proof of purchase for warranty and servicing purposes.
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Replacement parts for this tool are available at our authorized KING CANADA service centers across Canada. For servicing, contact
or return to the retailer where you purchased your product along with your proof of purchase.
LIMITED TOOL WARRANTY
KING CANADA makes every effort to ensure that this product meets high quality and durability standards. KING CANADA warrants to
the original retail consumer a 2-year limited warranty as of the date the product was purchased at retail and that each product is free
from defects in materials. Warranty does not apply to defects due directly or indirectly to misuse, abuse, negligence or accidents, repairs
or alterations and lack of maintenance. KING CANADA shall in no event be liable for death, injuries to persons or property or for
incidental, special or consequential damages arising from the use of our products. To take advantage of this warranty, the product or
part must be returned for examination by the retailer. Shipping and handling charges may apply. If a defect is found, KING CANADA
will either repair or replace the product.
KING CANADA TOOLS INC. DORVAL, QUEBEC, CANADA H9P 2Y4
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR STAPLER
Trigger
Air deflector
Air inlet
Magazine Latch
Quick clear latch
Magazine
Staple view finder
Staple loading area
Staple discharge area
Safety release
SPECIFICATIONS
Model ............................................................................................................................................................................................8101S
Air inlet ......................................................................................................................................................................................1/4” NPT
Compressed air:
Maximum permissible operating pressure ................................................................................................................120 PSIG (8.3 bar)
Recommended operating pressure range ............................................................................................................................60-100 PSI
Staple range ......................................................................................................................3/8” to 1” 18ga. x 1/4” narrow crown staples
Width ..........................................................................................................................................................................................1.25mm
Thickness ........................................................................................................................................................................................1mm
Staple capacity......................................................................................................................................................................100 staples
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Features:
•Powerful stapler drives standard 18 ga. staples from 3/8˝ to 1˝
•Special one piece hardened driver for long, trouble-free performance
•Staple view finder shows quantity of staples in magazine
•Quick release latch for clearing jams
•Adjustable air deflector controls the direction of air exhaust
•Sequential and bump firing modes
•60-100 PSI operating pressure
•Comes with 1/4˝ Air inlet, oiler, hex. keys & sturdy carrying case
V A I L A B L E
KING INDUSTRIAL
18 GA.X 1/4” CROWN STAPLES
NS-1812
NS-1815
NS-1820
NS-1822
NS-1825
1/2’’
5/8’’
3/4’’
7/8’’
1’’
(12MM APPROX.)
(15MM APPROX.)
(18MM APPROX.)
(21MM APPROX.)
(25MM APPROX.)
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• Read and understand this manual and all the safety instructions before operating this stapler. If
you have any questions, please contact our authorized service centres or retailers for help.
• Never allow the use of flammable gases as a power source for the stapler. Use filtered,
lubricated and regulated compressed air only.
• Never use gasoline or other flammable liquids to clean this stapler. Vapors in the stapler will
ignite by a spark and cause the stapler to explode.
• Do not exceed the maximum permissible operating pressure of this stapler (120 PSIG).
• Disconnect the stapler from its air supply before clearing jams, servicing, adjusting and while the
stapler is not in use.
• Do not keep the trigger pulled on contact safety trip mechanism when carrying or holding the
stapler. Never carry the stapler by the air hose or pull on the air hose to move the stapler.
• At the workplace, always wear protective equipment such as Z87 safety glasses, hearing and
head protection.
• Do not use a check valve or any other fitting which allows air to remain in the stapler.
• Do not place your hand or any part of your body in the staple discharge area of the stapler when
connecting or disconnecting from the air supply.
• Never point any operational staple driving tool at yourself or at any other person.
LUBRICATION
AIR SUPPLY AND CONNECTIONS
LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE
• Your stapler needs to be lubicated before and after the first time you use it.
• Disconnect the air supply from the stapler before lubricating.
• Turn the stapler so that the inlet is facing up and put ONE DROP of high speed spindle oil or oil
without detergent into the air inlet. Never use detergent oil or additives. Operate the stapler briefly after
adding oil.
• Wipe off excessive oil at the exhaust. Excessive oil will damage O-rings of the stapler. If a in-line oiler
is used, manual lubrication through the air inlet is not required on a daily basis.
AIR SUPPLY AND CONNECTIONS
WARNING!
THE FOLLOWING ILLUSTRATION SHOWS THE CORRECT MODE OF CONNECTION TO THE AIR SUPPLY
SYSTEM WHICH WILL INCREASE THE EFFICIENCY AND USEFUL LIFE OF THE STAPLER.
Oiler
Air hose Quick
connector
Filter
Compressor
Quick couplers
Quick connector
Regulator
• Many air tool users find it convenient to use an oiler to help provide oil circulation through the tool and
it increases the efficiency and useful life of the tool. Check oil level in the oiler daily.
• Many air tool users find it convenient to use a filter to remove moisture and impurities which can rust
or wear internal parts of the tool. A filter also increases the efficiency and useful life of the tool. The
filter must be checked on a daily basis and, if necessary, drained.
• For better performance, install a 3/8” quick connector (1/4” NPT threads) with an inside diameter of
.315” on your tool and a 3/8” quick coupler on the air hose.
CONTACT SAFETY TRIP MECHANISM
OPERATING A CONTACT SAFETY TRIP TOOL:
• The operator is required to have the finger off the trigger and the nose of the stapler to be placed on
the workpiece.
• The contact safety trip mechanism is then depressed against the workpiece and the trigger is pulled to
drive the staple.
• The trigger is released after each staple is driven.
• Move the stapler to the next location and repeat the above procedure.
VERIFICATION
• Disconnect the air supply from the air inlet.
• Empty all staples from the magazine.
• Make sure the trigger and the contact safety trip mechanism moves up and down without sticking.
• Connect the air supply to the stapler air inlet.
• Depress the contact safety trip mechanism against the workpiece without pulling the trigger. The
stapler must not cycle. Never use the tool if a cycle occurs.
• Hold the stapler clear of the workpiece. The contact safety trip mechanism should return to its original
down position. Pull the trigger. The tool must not cycle. Never use the stapler if a cycle occurs.
• Depress the contact safety trip mechanism against the workpiece and pull the trigger, the stapler must
cycle.
LOADING STAPLER & CLEARING JAMS
LOADING STAPLER MAGAZINE
• Disconnect the air hose from the stapler air inlet.
• Depress the magazine latch, pull back on the magazine cover.
• Place a stick of staples over the hanging rail of the magazine so that the legs of the staples straddle.
• Push the magazine cover forward until the latch catches.
CLEARING JAMS
Disconnect the stapler from the air compressor before adjusting, clearing jams, servicing,
relocating and during non-operation.
• Disconnect the air hose from the stapler air inlet.
• Depress the magazine latch, pull back on the magazine cover and remove all staples.
• Release latch and remove cover.
• Remove jammed staple, replace cover and latch securely.
OPERATING YOUR STAPLER
OPERATING YOUR STAPLER
WARNING! protect your eyes and ears. Wear Z87 safety glasses with side shields. Wear hearing
protection. Employers are responsible for ensuring the user or anyone near the stapler wears the
above mentioned safety protection.
WARNING! Check and replace any damaged or worn components.
• Add one/two drops of 30W oil for air tools into the air inlet.
• Install a quick connect fitting to the stapler.
• Connect the stapler to an air compressor using a 3/8” I.D. hose. Make sure the magazine does not
contain any staples and that the air hose has a rated working pressure exceeding 200 psi and a
female quick coupler.
• Regulate the air pressure to obtain 85 psi. Check the operation of the contact safety trip mechanism
following the instructions in this manual.
• Load magazine with staples following the instructions in this manual.
• Reconnect the air hose to the stapler air inlet.
• Test for proper staple penetration by driving staples into scrap wood. If the nails do not achieve the
desired penetration, regulate the air pressure to a higher setting until the desired penetration is
achieved. Do not exceed 100 psi.
MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING
CLEANING YOUR STAPLER
• Never use gasoline or other flammable liquids to clean the stapler. Vapors in the stapler will
ignite by a spark and cause the tool to explode and result in death or serious personal injury.
• Disconnect the air supply from the stapler.
• Remove tar buildup with #2 kerosene fuel oil or diesel fuel. Do not allow solvent to get into the
cylinder or dammage may occur. Dry off the tool completely before use.
TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
WARNING: Stop using this tool immediately if any of the following problems occur. Serious personal injury could occur. Any
repairs or replacements must be done by a qualified person or an authorized service centre only.
Problem
Cause
Solution
• Air leaking at trigger valve • O-rings in trigger valve are damaged.
area.
• O-rings must be replaced and safety trip
mechanism must be verified.
• Air leaking between
housing and nose.
• Screws need to be tightened.
• O-rings must be replaced.
• Bumper needs to be replaced.
• Loose screws in housing.
• Damaged O-rings.
• Bumper damage.
• Air leaking bewteen
• Loose screws.
housing and cap assembly. • Damaged seal.
• Stapler skips a staple.
• Screws need to be tightened.
• Seal must be replaced.
•
• Worn bumper.
•
• Dirt in stapler nose.
• Dirt or damage prevents staples from •
moving freely in the magazine.
•
• Inadequate air flow to stapler.
Bumper needs to be replaced.
Clean.
Magazine must be cleaned.
Fitting hose and air compressor need to
be checked.
• Worn O-ring on piston or lack of lubrica- • O-rings must be replaced, lubricate.
tion.
• O-rings must be replaced.
• Damaged O-rings on trigger valve.
• Screws and fittings need to be tightened.
• Air leaks.
• Seal needs to be replaced.
• Cap seal is leaking.
• Stapler runs too slowly • Stapler is not sufficiently lubricated.
o r has loos of power.
• Broken spring in cap assembly.
• Exhaust port in cap is blocked.
• Lubricate.
• Spring needs to be replaced.
• Damaged internal parts must be replaced.
• Jammed staples.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Driver guide worn or damaged.
Staples are bent.
Magazine or nose screws are loose.
Damaged driver.
Replace driver guide.
Replace with undamaged staples.
Screws need to be tightened.
Replace driver.
REPLACEMENT DRIVER, BUMPER & O-RING REPAIR KITS
After prolonged use of your Stapler, the internal O-rings, Bumper & Driver may have to be
replaced caused by wear & tear. To repair, a complete Driver, Bumper & O-ring Replacement
Accessory Kit is available for your Stapler (model: KW-078). Contact your local King Canada
distributor for more information.
PARTS DIAGRAM & PARTS LISTS
Refer to the Parts section of the King Canada web site for the most updated parts diagram and
parts list.
KW-078
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