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AIR NAIL GUN
MODEL: CNG1C
Part No. 3110390
OPERATING & MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
Min. Hose Size (ID) ........................................................................ 6mm (1/4”)
Air Inlet Connector ....................................................................... 10mm Quick Fit
Ave. Air Consumption .................................................................. 0.47 cfm
Operating Pressure ....................................................................... 4 - 7bar (60-100psi)
Air Pressure Max ............................................................................ 8bar (116psi)
Nail Size .......................................................................................... 18gauge/15-50mm
Magazine Capacity ..................................................................... 100
Drive Speed ................................................................................... 200Shots/min
Sound Power Level ....................................................................... 101dBLWA
Weight ............................................................................................ 1.4kg
Dimensions LxWxH ........................................................................ 255x54.5x249
Part No ........................................................................................... 3110390
Please note that the details and specifications contained herein, are correct at the time of going to print. However
CLARKE International reserve the right to change specifications at any time without prior notice. Always consult the
machine’s data plate
RESTRICTIONS OF USE
This Nail Gun is suitable for use on materials such as:
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Soft wood, Hardwood
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Corkboard
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MDF
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Plywood
Flexible Plastics
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Leather, Fabrics
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Hardboard
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Fibreboard
PVC, Polythene sheet
Foam Rubber
This Nail Gun is NOT suitable for use on materials such as:
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Hard Laminates
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Brittle Plastics
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Metals (other than light foils)
Please read these instructions carefully before operating the tool
Thank you for purchasing this CLARKE Air Nail Gun
Before using the device, please read this leaflet thoroughly and carefully follow
the instructions given. In doing so you will ensure the safety of yourself and that of
others around you, and you can also look forward it giving long and satisfactory
service.
GUARANTEE
This CLARKE product is guaranteed against faulty manufacture for a period of 12
months from the date of purchase. Please keep your receipt as proof of purchase.
This guarantee is invalid if the product is found to have been abused or tampered
with in any way, or not used for the purpose for which it was intended.
Faulty goods should be returned to their place of purchase, no product can be
returned to us without prior permission.
This guarantee does not effect your statutory rights.
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
IMPORTANT
Failure to follow these precautions could result in personal injury, and/or
damage to property.
1.
When operating this tool, ALWAYS wear:
a.
approved impact resistant SAFETY GOGGLES. (Eye glasses are NOT safety
glasses)
b.
EAR DEFENDERS
c.
a good pair of INDUSTRIAL GLOVES
2.
ALWAYS disconnect the tool from the air supply when not in use, and before
carrying out any maintenance
3.
ALWAYS keep a safe distance between yourself and others when using the
tool.
4.
ALWAYS Maintain the tool with care. Keep it clean for best/safest performance.
5.
NEVER wear ill fitting clothing, remove watches and rings.
6.
NEVER overreach. Keep your proper footing and balance at all times.
7.
NEVER force or misuse the tool. It will do a better and safer job at the rate for
which it was designed.
8.
NEVER abuse hoses or connectors. NEVER carry a tool by the hose, or yank it
to disconnect from the air supply. Keep hoses away from heat, oil and sharp
edges. Check hoses for leaks or worn condition before use, and ensure that
all connections are secure.
9.
NEVER use with an air supply greater than 8bar (110 PSI), at the tool.
10. NEVER modify the tool in any way.
11. NEVER remove any labels. Damaged labels should be replaced.
12. NEVER point the tool at anyone.
13. NEVER carry the tool with your finger on the trigger.
14. NEVER use any other type of gas to operate this tool. Use compressed air ONLY.
15. NEVER load the tool with Nails BEFORE connecting to an air supply.
16. NEVER load the tool with the trigger depressed
17. NEVER use this tool if any part is damaged. Have it inspected and repaired
by a competent technician
18. NEVER modify this tool in any way. Use it ONLY for the purpose for which it is
designed.
19, NEVER fire tool at an incline.. it must be perpendicular to the work surface.
20. NEVER drive in Nails at the edge of a work surface, as the edge could fail
and fly off, endangering yourself or others in the vicinity.
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AIR SUPPLY
WARNING!
Compressed air can be dangerous. Ensure that you are thoroughly familiar with
all precautions relating to the use of compressors and compressed air supply.
Tools of this type, operate on a wide range of air pressures. It is recommended that air
pressure be set to between 60 and 100psi. at the tool when running.
Higher pressure and unclean air will shorten the tools’ life and could be a safety hazard.
Water in the air line will cause damage to the tool, ensure it is properly maintained at all times.
The recommended procedure to connect this tool to an air supply, is shown on page 11.
The air inlet used for connecting air supply, is a 10mm Quick Fit type.
Line pressure, or hose ID., should be increased to compensate for unusually long air hoses
(over 10M). Minimum hose dia. should be 6mm (1/4”) ID., and fittings should have the same
inside dimensions.
ASSEMBLY
Ensure the tool is not loaded, then, with the
air supply turned OFF, connect the air line
to the Nailer at the Quick Fit coupling.
With your fingers well away from the trigger,
and the tool pointed away from you, and
anyone in the vicinity, depress the magazine
catch, pull out the magazine and load with
appropriate nails or staples...as shown,
Push the magazine back until it locks in
position, - Your Nailer/Stapler is now ready for
use.
Turn ON the air supply, and check for air
Nails
CSG2K
OPERATION
leaks. If any are apparent, rectify before proceeding. Ensure the operating pressure is set
to between 4-7bar (60-100psi), depending upon the size of nail used and type of material
being worked. The harder the material, and bigger the nail, the higher the pressure.
Hold the tool so that it is at right angles to the work. Lower it so that the Safety Element
contacts the work surface, and is forced upwards. This movement releases the Trigger,
which may now be pulled, driving in the nail.
CSG3K
CLEARING A JAM
Should the gun jam, turn OFF the air supply and pull the trigger in order to ensure the
airline is not under pressure. Release the nose catch (A Fig. 1), and clear the jammed nail
from the within the nose. Secure the nose with the catch, turn ON the air supply and
proceed to use the Nailer.
MAINTENANCE
Daily before use.
1.
Drain water from compressor air tank, and air line.
2.
Check and clean, if fitted, the air inlet gauze filter.
3.
A bottle of CLARKE Air Line Oil** is supplied with the kit. Squirt a few drops of oil
(approx. 3cc), into the air inlet.
This should be carried out regardless of whether or not an air line lubricator is
used.
During Use.
For lubricating the internal components when in operation, an air line lubricator
should be used, with Clarke Air Line Oil**, adjusted to 2 drops per minute. (see
p.11)
If an Air line lubricator is NOT used, this procedure should be repeated after every
two to three hours of use.
Storage.
If the Nailer is to be stored, or is idle for longer than 24 hours, run a few drops of
Clarke Air Line Oil** into the air inlet before storing.
Notes
Be aware that factors other than the tool may effect its operation and efficiency
such as reduced compressor output, excessive drain on the airline, moisture or
restrictions in the line, or the use of connectors of improper size or poor condition
which will reduce air supply.
Grit or gum deposits in the tool may also reduce efficiency. This condition can be
corrected by cleaning the air strainer, if fitted, and flushing out the tool with gum
solvent oil, or failing this, the tool should be disassembled, thoroughly cleaned,
dried and reassembled.
If the tool runs erratically or becomes inefficient, and the air supply is sound,
dismantle the piston assembly and replace worn or damaged parts, or take the
tool to your CLARKE dealer.
**Clarke Air Line Oil is available from your CLARKE dealer part no. 3050825.
IMPORTANT:
The use of parts other than CLARKE replacement parts may result in safely
hazards, decreased tool performance and will invalidate your warranty.
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ACCESSORIES
A wide range of Airline accessories is available, including Filter/Regulators. Lubricators, High
Pressure Hoses from 5 to 100 Metres, Whip hose etc. Contact your CLARKE dealer for further
information, or CLARKE International Sales Department on 01992 565333
CONSUMABLES
1.25mm
Crown
15
20
25
30
32
18 GAUGE
35
40
45
50
Nails - 18 Gauge - 1.25mm Crown
Length
Part No:
15mm ................................ 1800413
20mm ................................ 1800415
30mm ................................ 1800417
32mm ................................ 1800419
35mm ................................ 1800421
40mm ................................ 1800423
45mm ................................ 1800425
50mm ................................ 1800427
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PARTS DIAGRAM
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PARTS LIST
No. Description
1 Hex Skt. Hd. Bolt
No. Description
Part No.
Part No.
HTCNG1C01
33 Bearing Plate
HTCNG1C33
2 Deflector Spring
HTCNG1C02
34 Pin 2.5x16
HTCNG1C34
3 Air Deflector
HTCNG1C03
35 Bracket
HTCNG1C35
4 Bolt M5x50
HTCNG1C04
36 Pusher Spring
HTCNG1C36
5 Spring Washer
HTCNG1C05
37 Safety Element
HTCNG1C37
6 Cylinder Head
HTCNG1C06
38 Spacer
HTCNG1C38
7 O-Ring 3.7x2.4
HTCNG1C07
39 Pin 4x20
HTCNG1C39
8 Sealing Washer
HTCNG1C08
40 Clasp
HTCNG1C40
9 Compression Spring
HTCNG1C09
41 Quick Release Handle
HTCNG1C41
10 Piston
HTCNG1C10
42 Nose Cover
HTCNG1C42
11 O-Ring 31.2x2.5
HTCNG1C11
43 Retaining Ring
HTCNG1C43
12 O-Ring 24.8x3.5
HTCNG1C12
44 Pin 2.5x16
HTCNG1C44
13 Gasket
HTCNG1C13
45 Bolt M4x12
HTCNG1C45
14 Exhaust Collar
HTCNG1C14
46 Guide Nose
HTCNG1C46
15 O-Ring 30x1.8
HTCNG1C15
47 Label
HTCNG1C47
16 O-Ring 42.6x2.35
HTCNG1C16
48 Nail Carrier
HTCNG1C48
17 Cylinder
HTCNG1C17
49 Magazine Slide Cover
HTCNG1C49
18 O-Ring 21x3
HTCNG1C18
52 End Plate
HTCNG1C52
19 Main Piston
HTCNG1C19
53 Clamp
HTCNG1C53
20 Shock Absorber
HTCNG1C20
54 Nail Pusher
HTCNG1C54
21 Gun Body
HTCNG1C21
55 Spring Adapter
HTCNG1C55
22 Rubber Washer
HTCNG1C22
56 Compression Spring
HTCNG1C56
23 Rectangle Washer
HTCNG1C23
57 Fixed Plate
HTCNG1C57
24 Trigger Valve Seat
HTCNG1C24
58 Fixed Lever
HTCNG1C58
25 Trigger Valve Stem
HTCNG1C25
59 Bolt M4x16
HTCNG1C59
26 O-Ring 1.7x2
HTCNG1C26
60 Support Bracket
HTCNG1C60
27 Trigger Valve Guide
HTCNG1C27
61 Nut M4
HTCNG1C61
28 O-Ring 11.2x2
HTCNG1C28
62 Rubber Grip
HTCNG1C62
29 Compression Spring
HTCNG1C29
63 O-Ring 36.3 x 3.55
HTCNG1C63
30 Pin
HTCNG1C30
64 End Cap
HTCNG1C64
31 Trigger
HTCNG1C31
65 Q/Release Coupling
HTCNG1C65
32 E-ring 2.5
HTCNG1C32
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RECOMMENDED AIR SUPPLY CONNECTION
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We declare that these products comply to the following standards/directives
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Model No:
Serial or Batch number:
BS EN 792-13: 2000
CNG1C
See product data plate
signature:
L. E. Fergusson
SERVICE MANAGER
SPARE PARTS & SERVICING CONTACTS
For Spare Parts and Service, please contact your nearest dealer, or CLARKE
International, on one of the following numbers.
PARTS & SERVICE TEL: 020 8988 7400
PARTS & SERVICE FAX: 020 8558 3622
or e-mail as follows:
PARTS: Parts@clarkeinternational.com
SERVICE: Service@clarkeinternational.com
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