RAMSET RT400 M Operating instructions

DANGER
THIS TOOL FOR USE BY LICENSED OPERATORS ONLY.
READ AND OBEY ALL SAFETY AND OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATING TOOL.
RAMSET RT400 (M) TOOL
OPERATOR’S
SAFETY & OPERATING
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
SEMI-AUTOMATIC, LOW VELOCITY
PISTON TYPE FASTENING TOOL
SAFETY INTRODUCTION
DANGER
DANGER
THIS TOOL IS TO BE USED ONLY BY PROPERLY TRAINED
AND LICENSED OPERATORS.
YOU MUST SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE THE
ITW RAMSET/RED HEAD’S TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE
TOOL AND OBTAIN A CERTIFIED OPERATOR’S LICENSE
BEFORE HANDLING, LOADING OR OPERATING THIS TOOL.
ATTEMPTING TO HANDLE OR OPERATE THIS TOOL
WITHOUT PROPER TRAINING AND LICENSING CAN RESULT IN
SERIOUS INJURY TO THE OPERATOR OR BYSTANDERS.
Operator’s and bystanders
must wear eye and hearing
protection.
Read manual before
operating tool.
Never close tool with hand over fastener loading end of the tool.
A serious hand injury from penetration by the piston or a
discharged fastener could result.
DANGER
Just as no one can merely read a book about driving an automobile and then hope
to drive one safely, no one should attempt to use any Ramset tool without adequate,
competent personal instruction. And just as one must be licensed to drive an automobile,
one must also be licensed to use a powder actuated tool. No automobile instruction
book or instructor can forewarn a learner against all possibilities and emergencies, nor
can ITW Ramset/Red Head instructors and printed material detail all possible conditions
surrounding the use of ITW Ramset/Red Head tools and products.
Responsibility for the safe and proper use of this tool rests with the tool user
and the employer.
SAFETY INTRODUCTION
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DANGER
DANGER
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Preparation
Acceptable Base Materials
Powder actuated fastening is suitable for
use in the following base materials only:
• Poured Concrete
• Structural Steel
• Masonry Joints (see page 8)
Never attempt to fasten into any other
type of material. Fastening into other
materials can cause blindness or other
serious injury.
NEVER FASTEN INTO VERY HARD OR
BRITTLE MATERIALS
Unacceptable Base Materials
Never attempt to fasten into very hard or
brittle materials such as cast iron, tile,
glass, or rock of any type. These materials
can shatter, causing the fastener and/or
base material fragments to fly free and
cause serious injury to the tool operator
and others.
Never fasten into soft base materials, such as
drywall or lumber products. These materials
may allow the fastener to travel completely
through and out the other side, endangering
those in the path of the fastener.
Never fasten into any base material that
does not pass the Center Punch test.
Failure to assure the suitability of the base
material can result in serious injury to the
eyes or other body parts.
Center Punch Test
ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GOGGLES
WHEN PERFORMING THIS TEST.
1. Always check the material being
fastened into for hardness before
attempting any fastening operation.
NEVER FASTEN INTO SOFT MATERIALS
SUCH AS DRYWALL
Center Punch Test Results
1. If the fastener point is flattened,
the material is too hard for a
powder actuated fastening.
2. If the fastener penetrates the
material easily, the material is
too soft.
3. If the material cracks or shatters,
the material is too brittle.
4. If the fastener makes a small
indentation into the material, the
material is suitable for fastening.
2. Using a fastener as a center punch,
strike the fastener against the work
surface using an average hammer
blow and check the results.
DANGER
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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DANGER
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Loads & Load Selection Safety
1. Always make a test fastening after
being sure that the base material
is suitable for powder actuated
fastening. Failure to determine the
correct power level to be used may
result in the use of excessive power,
allowing the fastener to pass completely
through the work material, causing
serious or fatal injuries to others who
may be in the path of the fastener.
ALWAYS MAKE A TEST FASTENING
2. Color-blind operators must always
select strip loads by number to
prevent use of an incorrect load for
the same reasons as in #1 above.
Workplace Safety
1. Operators and bystanders must
always wear approved safety goggles
and approved hearing protection.
Failure to do so may result in blindness
or serious eye injury from flying debris
and loss of hearing from constant or
repeated unprotected exposure to
fastening noise.
2. Always keep the work area clear of
bystanders and unnecessary materials
that could interfere with safe tool
operation. Operating the tool in a
congested or cluttered area may affect
your ability to operate the tool safely.
3. Never operate tool if flammable
or explosive materials are nearby.
Powder loads burn and create sparks
when fired and could ignite these
materials or fumes.
4. Always post warning signs within
50 ft. of the area where fastening
is to be done. Sign must state:
“Caution - Powder Actuated Tool
In Use”. Failure to warn others
may result in serious injury to them.
Contact ITW Ramset/Red Head at
1-800-348-3231 to obtain this sign.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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COLOR-BLIND OPERATORS MUST
ALWAYS SELECT LOADS BY NUMBER
KEEP WORK AREA CLEAR OF
BYSTANDERS AND CLUTTER
NEVER OPERATE THE TOOL AROUND
FLAMMABLE OR EXPLOSIVE MATERIALS
Concrete Fastening Systems
POWDER
ACTUATED
TOOL IN USE
WITHIN 50 FEET
BY PROPER CAUTION, SAFETY IS ASSURED
ALWAYS POST WARNING SIGNS
DANGER
DANGER
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Tool Handling Safety
1. Always be sure tool is operating
properly before attempting to use
it. Follow the “Daily Function Check”
shown to the right and described
on page 9.
2. Always load tool using a strip load
selected directly from a box indicating
the power load type and number.
Never attempt to use loose strip
loads that could be mis-identified.
3. Never carry loose strip loads in pockets
with pins or other hard objects.
Empty
A
B
C
D
ALWAYS DO A DAILY FUNCTION CHECK
BEFORE LOADING TOOL
4. Never load a tool unless you intend
to immediately make a fastening.
Loading a tool and leaving it unattended
in the work area can result in the tool
being accidentally discharged by others.
5. Never place your hand or any other
body part over the fastener loading
end of the tool. Serious hand injury
could result from being struck by either
a fastener or the tool piston should the
tool be accidentally fired.
NEVER LOAD THE TOOL UNLESS IT IS TO
BE USED IMMEDIATELY
6. Always store the tool unloaded and
keep the tool and the loads securely
locked in a tool box. Keep keys away
from children and unlicensed persons.
7. Always keep the tool pointed away
from yourself and others.
8. Never carry a loaded tool around
the work area.
NEVER PLACE HANDS OR BODY OVER
MUZZLE OPENING
9. Never allow anyone not trained
to use the tool.
10. Never engage in horseplay with
the tool.
11. Using the tool in poorly ventilated
areas, cleaning tool or handling
loads may result in exposure to
lead or other substances known
to cause birth defects, and other
physical harm. Have adequate
ventilation at all times and wash
thoroughly after exposure.
DANGER
KEEP TOOL LOCKED & OUT OF THE
REACH OF CHILDREN
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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DANGER
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
FAILURE TO FOLLOW
INSTRUCTIONS CAN
CAUSE INJURY TO THE
TOOL OPERATOR OR
TO BYSTANDERS.
Fastener Driving Safety
1. Only use the tool for fastening into
a suitable base material.
90°
ALWAYS HOLD THE TOOL PERPENDICULAR
TO THE WORK SURFACE
2. Never fire the tool without a fastener.
Firing a tool without a fastener will
cause the piston to strike the work
surface, and may cause serious injury
to you and others in the work area.
3. Always hold the tool perpendicular
to and firmly against the work
surface when making a fastening.
Failure to do so could allow a fastener
to ricochet.
4. Never attempt to drive a fastener
close to an edge or to another
fastener. See page 8 for guidelines.
ALWAYS FOLLOW THE
MISFIRE PROCEDURE.
If the tool does not fire after pulling the
trigger, continue to hold the depressed
tool against the work surface for at least
30 seconds. Then carefully open the tool,
remove the load strip, and put it in a can of
water or other non-flammable liquid. Never
carelessly discard a strip with live loads
into a trash container.
NEVER DRIVE A FASTENER CLOSE TO
AN EDGE
30
HOLD THE TOOL FIRMLY AGAINST
THE WORK SURFACE FOR AT
LEAST 30 SECONDS
If the tool becomes stuck or jammed with
a live powder load, keep the tool pointed
in a safe direction, and immediately tag it,
“Danger- defective - do not use”. Lock
the tool in a tool box and call your local
Ramset distributor for assistance.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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DANGER
FASTENERS / LOADS
Your Ramset RT400 Tool uses only the Ramset fasteners and loads shown below or
listed for the tool in the Product Catalog.
DANGER
Never use any other types of fasteners or strip loads in the Ramset RT400 Tool. Use of other
types of fasteners or loads may cause unintentional load discharge, damage the tool, cause
poor fastening performance, or create a risk of serious injury to the operator or bystanders.
FASTENERS
.300 HEAD PLASTIC FLUTED DRIVE PINS
.300 HEAD PLASTIC FLUTED DRIVE PINS
WITH 7/8" WASHER
.145 Shank Diameter in Shank Lengths from
1/2" to 1-1/2"
1/4" - 20 THREADED STUDS
.145 Shank Diameter in Shank Lengths of 1/2"
and 1" and Thread Lengths of 1/2", 3/4" and 1"
8 mm HEAD TOP-HAT DRIVE PINS
.145 Shank Diameter in Shank Lengths from
1/2" to 1"
.145 Shank Diameter in Shank Lengths from
1" to 2"
.300 HEAD POWER POINT
PLASTIC FLUTED DRIVE PINS
.150 Straight Shank in Shank Lengths
from 1/2" to 7/8"
.150 /.180 Step Shank in Lengths
from 1" to 1-1/4"
CEILING CLIP ASSEMBLIES
CONDUIT CLIP ASSEMBLIES
For 1/2" and 3/4" Diameter Conduit with 7/8"
Premounted Fastener
Ceiling Clip with 1" or 1-1/4" premounted
.145 Shank Pin and Ceiling Clip with 1" or
1-1/4" Premounted .150/.180 Shank Pin
LOADS
Ramset RS27 strip loads are specially made for use in the Ramset RT400 Tool.
RS27 10 SHOT STRIP LOAD
POWER CATALOG
LEVEL NUMBER
2
2RS27
3
3RS27
4
4RS27
5
5RS27
LOAD
COLOR
Brown
Green
Yellow
Red
CASE
COLOR
Brass
Brass
Brass
Brass
The power level of the load is indicated by
the number marked on each box, the color
of the box, and the color on the tip of each
load. As the number increases, the power
level also increases.
Always perform the center punch test
described on page 3 to test the base material.
Always make a test fastening using the
lowest power level first. If more power is
required to set the fastener, use the next
higher power level until the powder level
necessary to drive the fastener is reached.
FASTENERS / LOADS
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FASTENING APPLICATIONS
FASTENING APPLICATIONS
Your Ramset tool can be used for a wide
range of fastening needs in a variety of base
materials.Reading and follow these important
fastening guidelines will help you get the best
results from your tool, fasteners, and powder
loads, as well as help you perform these
fastening operations safely and effectively.
3"
MIN.
3"
MIN.
SPACING WOOD TO CONCRETE
Powder actuated fastenings are permanent
fastening so attempting to remove a fastener
from concrete or steel may result in serious
injury.
3"
MIN.
Fastening to Concrete
When fastening into concrete, always maintain
a minimum spacing of 3" between fastenings
and 3" from any free edge. Concrete thickness
should be at least three times the intended
penetration depth into the concrete. The
primary exception to the 3" edge distance
can occur in a sill plate application where,
by necessity, the edge distance is reduced.
Driving fasteners too close to an edge or too
close to each other can cause the concrete
edge to fail or fasteners to fly free.
PENETRATION — THIN GAUGE
METAL TO CONCRETE
3" MIN.
Fastening to Concrete Block or
to Masonry Walls
While this application is not recommended,
when used, it is necessary to take care to
observe a 3" edge distance to avoid cracking
the block and over penetration of the fastener
to avoid loss of holding value. Fastening may
be made into the horizontal joint but not into
the vertical joint.
SPACING — FURRING
STRIP TO CONCRETE
1/2"
MIN.
1-1/2"
MIN.
Fastening to Steel
Your Ramset tool can be used for fastening
on the flat surfaces of structural steel. When
fastening into steel, always maintain a minimum spacing of 1-1/2" between fastenings
and 1/2" from any edge.
FASTENING APPLICATIONS
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SPACING — STEEL TO STEEL
TOOL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
TOOL OPERATION
Daily Function Test
Always check the tool first to make sure
that it does not contain a strip load or
fastener. Test the tool several times by
depressing the muzzle bushing fully on a
hard surface and pulling the trigger. You
should hear an audible click as the firing pin
releases. Let up on the tool and check to be
sure that the barrel has opened to the full
open position.
PERFORM FUNCTION TEST WITH EMPTY,
UNLOADED TOOL
OPERATING THE RAMSET
RT400 TOOL
1. After checking to be sure that the tool
is not loaded, point it in a safe direction
and be sure that the barrel is fully
extended. This assures that the
piston is in position for the next
fastening.
BE SURE BARREL IS FULLY FORWARD
2. With finger off the trigger, place the
fastener, point out, into the muzzle
end of the tool until the point end is
inside the muzzle. NEVER load a
fastener with your finger on the trigger.
DO NOT use excessive force when
inserting a fastener. STOP immediately
if excessive force is require, inspect
the barrel to find out why the fastener
is not entering the muzzle freely. DO
NOT continue loading unless the
problem is corrected.
INSERT FASTENER INTO THE MUZZLE
END OF THE TOOL WITH THE POINT OUT
3. With the tool pointed in a safe
direction and finger away from the
trigger, insert a load strip into the
bottom of the handle and push it in
until bottom of the strip is equal to
the bottom of handle.
INSERT LOAD STRIP INTO THE SLOTS IN
THE RECEIVER HOUSING
TOOL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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TOOL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
4. Hold the tool perpendicular (90°) to
the work surface with both hands and
press firmly to fully depress the tool.
Maintain firm downward pressure on
the tool with both hands and pull the
trigger to drive the fastener. DO NOT
DEPRESS THE TOOL AGAINST ANYTHING OTHER THAN THE INTENDED
WORK SURFACE. Holding the tool firmly
in place will produce more consistent
fastening quality and minimize tool
wear or damage.
5. After making the fastening, let up
on the tool pressure and note that
the barrel assembly returns to the
full open position. This automatically
resets the piston for the next fastening.
Always keep fingers and other body
parts away from the muzzle end of
the tool.
90°
HOLD THE TOOL FIRMLY AND
PERPENDICULAR TO THE WORK SURFACE
LET UP ON TOOL PRESSURE.
NOTE THE BARREL HAS RETURNED
TO THE OPEN POSITION
6. Insert another fastener in the muzzle
end of the tool as before and the tool
is ready for the next fastening. Keep
your finger off of the trigger until the
tool is in position to drive the fastener.
7. To remove a used or partially used
strip load from the tool, pull the strip
out from the top of the tool. NEVER
try to remove a jammed or stuck
load strip. Should a “jammed” load
strip occur, call your local Authorized
Ramset Distributor for technical
assistance.
INSERT THE NEXT FASTENER
REMOVE THE LOAD STRIP
POWER LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
The power of the tool may be adjusted for
varying materials by turning the power
adjust wheel.
+ INCREASE
- DECREASE
POWER LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
TOOL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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TROUBLESHOOTING
REFER TO PARTS SCHEMATIC FOR PROPER ASSEMBLY OF PARTS
– Overdriving of fasteners
– Tool fails to fire
– Tool does not completely
depress
– Excessive power
– Change to the next lower
power level load strip
color and number. Reduce
power by turning the
power adjustment wheel.
– Soft base material
– Check base material
(see page 3)
– Failure to depress
completely
– See “Tool does not
completely depress”
– Excessive dirt buildup on
breech face not allowing
proper penetration of
firing pin
– After following misfire
procedure, check firing
pin indentation on load.
Clean breech face
– Firing pin and/or breech
damaged
– Replace damaged parts
– Misassembled or
damaged parts
– Check all parts in the
receiver for damage or
improper assembly.
– Reduction or loss of power – Piston not being returned
to the full rear position
– Check to be sure that the
return spring has pulled
the barrel completely open
to properly position the
piston.
– Worn or damaged retention – Replace missing worn or
balls or clip on the buffer
damaged parts
assembly
– Tool cannot be cocked
or opened
– Failure to index strip
– Worn or broken pawls
– Replace pawls
– Excessive dirt buildup
– Clean tool thoroughly
– Damaged or bent piston
– Replace piston
– Broken or damaged parts
– Tag tool with warning
“Defective–Do Not Use”
Place in a locked container
and contact your local
ITW Ramset/Red Head
representative for service.
– Strip not inserted in tool
correctly or is damaged
– Check load strip. Properly
dispose of damaged strip.
(See page 6)
– Damaged indexing
mechanism
– Contact your ITW Ramset/
Red Head Distributor for
assistance
TROUBLESHOOTING
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PARTS SCHEMATIC
For Magazine Schematic
and Parts Lists see page 14
PARTS SCHEMATIC
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PARTS LIST
RAMSET RT400 TOOL PARTS LIST
KEY
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
A1000-4
A1001-7
A1000-11
A1001-1
A1001-2
A1001-3
A1001-4
A1001-5
A1000-6
A1099
A1001-8
A1067
A1063
A1068
A1045
A1094
A1095
A1089
A1088
A1069
A1100
A1060
A1074
A1061
A1075
A1046
A1005
316540
A1006
A1010
A1009
A1071
MAGAZINE ASSEMBLY
MUZZLE BUSHING ASSEMBLY
TRIGGER ASSEMBLY
FIRING PIN ASSEMBLY
ADVANCE LEVER ASSEMBLY
POWER ADJUSTMENT ASSEMBLY
END CAP ASSEMBLY
HOUSING ASSEMBLY
RECEIVER ASSEMBLY
BUFFER ASSEMBLY, (pkg of 3)
RETENTION COLLAR ASSEMBLY
FIRING PIN SPRING
ADVANCE LINK ASSEMBLY
ADVANCE LEVER ASSEMBLY PIN
ADVANCE LEVER ASSEMBLY RETENTION NUT
MECHANISM HOUSING
MECHANISM HOUSING PLUG
COCKING ROD
ROTARY SEAR
COCKING ROD SPRING
END CAP SCREW/WASHER PACKAGE
TRIGGER MECHANISM PIN
TRIGGER SPRING
PLASTITE SCREW, TRIGGER
TRIGGER SEAR SPRING
HANDLE
PAWL HOUSING
PAWL, (pkg of 2)
BARREL
PISTON
RETURN SPRING
ROLL PIN
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
PARTS LIST
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MAGAZINE SCHEMATIC / MAINTENANCE
RT400 TOOL MAGAZINE SCHEMATIC AND PARTS LIST
KEY
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1M
A1011A
MUZZLE ASSEMBLY
2M
A1077A
LOCKOUT ASSEMBLY
3M
A1013
MAGAZINE HOUSING
4M
A1021A
SPRING BLOCK ASSEMBLY
5M
A1014A
MAGAZINE SLIDER/
FOLLOWER ASSEMBLY
MAINTENANCE
IMPROPERLY MAINTAINED TOOLS CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURIES
TO TOOL OPERATOR AND BYSTANDERS
CLEAN TOOL DAILY
Always make sure the tool is not loaded before performing any service or repair and
always wear safety goggles when cleaning or servicing the tool.
NORMAL CLEANING
All front end parts shown in the disassembly section are to be cleaned daily with a good
detergent oil and wire brush. Remove all dirt and carbon buildup and wipe parts dry with
a clean rag. Check all parts for wear or damage before reassembly and replace or repair
any worn or damaged parts.
COMPLETE CLEANING / GENERAL MAINTENANCE
Heavy or constant exposure to dirt and debris may require that the tool be cleaned more
extensively. Complete disassembly and cleaning of all parts may be necessary to restore
the tool to normal operation. General maintenance should be performed every six months
or more often if the tool is subjected to heavy use. Contact your authorized Ramset
Distributor for assistance.
ALWAYS FUNCTION TEST THE TOOL AFTER PERFORMING ANY
SERVICE. SEE PAGE 9 FOR DETAILS ON THE FUNCTION TEST.
MAGAZINE SCHEMATIC / MAINTENANCE
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DISASSEMBLY
TOOL DISASSEMBLY
1. Unscrew the barrel retention sleeve
and slide it away from the tool housing.
Handle the tool carefully after the
sleeve is unscrewed to prevent the
two barrel pawls from falling out.
UNSCREW THE BARREL
RETAINING SLEEVE
2. Remove the two pawls from the slots
in the sides of the tool housing while
holding the retention sleeve forward
toward the muzzle end of the tool.
REMOVE BOTH PAWLS
3. Slide the barrel assembly out of the tool
body. Note the position of the slots on
the side of the barrel and the rod at the
lower rear of the barrel. Also note the
position of the power adjust hole.
SLIDE BARREL ASSEMBLY
OUT OF THE TOOL BODY
4. Remove the retaining sleeve.
REMOVE THE RETAINING SLEEVE
5. Remove the return spring.
REMOVE THE RETURN SPRING
DISASSEMBLY
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DISASSEMBLY
6. Unscrew the muzzle bushing assembly
which includes the plastic outer sleeve.
Note: If this is difficult to do by hand,
grasp the barrel under the plastic
sleeve and use a wrench on the flats
on the muzzle bushing to loosen the
entire muzzle bushing assembly.
7. Remove the piston and the buffer
assembly from the barrel.
HOLD BARREL AND USE A
WRENCH TO LOOSEN THE MUZZLE
BUSHING ASSEMBLY
8. Inspect all parts for wear or damage
and clean or replace as required.
Use detergent oil and cleaning brush.
Wipe parts dry before reassembly.
WEAR SAFETY GOGGLES WHEN
CLEANING TOOL PARTS.
9. Check the piston tip for mushrooming
or other deformities, and grind flat.
The tip of the piston must be 90° to
the shank and grinding must only
be done by qualified personnel. The
overall minimum length of the piston
must not be less than 6-1/8". When
less than this length, the piston must
be replaced to avoid tool damage.
10. Reassemble the tool in the reverse
order of disassembly.
ALWAYS PERFORM THE DAILY
FUNCTION TEST BEFORE USING
THE TOOL AFTER CLEANING
OR SERVICING.
DISASSEMBLY
16
PULL PISTON OUT OF THE
MUZZLE BUSHING
18°
5/16"
90°
GRIND PISTON TIP FLAT AND
BEVEL THE TIP EDGE AT 18°
MAGAZINE ASSEMBLY
The Ramset RT400 magazine features a
unique slip-clutch mechanism allowing the
user to position the magazine at any angle.
To Adjust The Magazine Angle:
Rotate the magazine to the desired position.
To Remove/Install the Magazine:
1. Be sure the tool is unloaded and
remove any remaining fasteners
from the magazine.
TO ADJUST POSITION —
ROTATE IN EITHER DIRECTION
2. Unscrew the barrel retention sleeve,
remove the pawls, slide out the barrel
assembly and remove the spring.
These steps are further detailed on
page 15.
3. Rotate the barrel and magazine so
the square holes in the side of the
magazine line up with the slots in
the magazine collar.
4. Place the pawls into the square holes
in the magazine. With the fastening end
of the barrel pointed away from you,
turn the barrel counter-clockwise to
remove it from the magazine assembly.
SLIDE BARREL ASSEMBLY
OUT OF THE TOOL BODY
5. The magazine can be installed by
following the reverse of the steps
shown above.
GRASP ASSEMBLY AROUND PAWLS
TO SCREW ON MAGAZINE
RT400 WITH MAGAZINE ATTACHED
MAGAZINE ASSEMBLY
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WARRANTY
ALL WARRANTIES OF THE PRODUCTS DESCRIBED HEREIN, EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES, ARE SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED,
EXCEPT FOR THE FOLLOWING: Ramset will repair or replace, at its sole
option, any tool, part, or fastener which, within 5 years after sale by Ramset
is found by Ramset to be defective in material or workmanship, normal wear
and tear excluded. THIS IS THE SOLE WARRANTY OF RAMSET AND THE
SOLE REMEDY AVAILABLE TO THE BUYER AND IN NO EVENT WILL ANY
DIRECT OR INDIRECT INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR
ANY OTHER DAMAGES, BE AVAILABLE.
Copyright 2005 ITW Ramset/Red Head
TM
POWDER ACTUATED TOOL
MANUFACTURES' INSTITUTE INC.
THE MODEL RT400 TOOL COMPLIES WITH OSHA REQUIREMENTS
AND WITH ANSI A10.3 SPECIFICATIONS
FOR TOOL REPAIR SERVICE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL
AUTHORIZED ITW RAMSET/RED HEAD DISTRIBUTOR OR CONTACT
YOUR NEAREST RAMSET TOOL REPAIR CENTER
WEST
Los Angeles, CA
MIDWEST
Paris, KY
EAST
Allentown, PA
5950 Boxford
Commerce, CA 90040
Phone: 800-368-9724 (CA only)
Phone: 800-227-1823
Fax: 800-253-6444
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Phone: 800-816-6645
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Phone: 800-266-9723
Fax: 610-266-0962
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Wood Dale, IL 60191
630-350-0370
www.ramset-redhead.com
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