Operator`s Manual - Air Compressors Direct

Operator`s Manual - Air Compressors Direct
Operator’s Manual
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co. LLC
13325 Carowinds Blvd. Charlotte NC 28273 USA
CP7750 Series
Impact Wrench
1/2” Square Drive Model “A”, “B” & “L”
To reduce risk of injury, everyone using, installing, repairing, maintaining,
changing accessories on, or working near this tool must read and
understand these instructions before performing any such task.
FOR DETAILED INFORMATION ABOUT CHICAGO
PNEUMATIC AIR TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT CONTACT:
UNITED STATES
FRANCE
SOUTH AMERICA
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co. LLC
13325 Carowinds Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28273 • USA
Telephone: 1-704-936-4000
1-800-223-3988 (USA only)
Fax: 1-800-228-9096
Espace Lumière
Bâtiment S
57, Boulevard de la République
78403 Chatou Cédex. France
Telephone: (0) 1 30 09 60 00
Fax: (0) 1 30 71 96 70
Contact Chicago Pneumatic/USA
for names of CP Authorized
Distributors in this area
AUSTRALIA
GERMANY
Atlas Copco Tools Australia
3 Bessemer Street
Blacktown • Australia
Telephone: 02-621-9482
Fax: 02-671-5915
Desoutter GMBH
Vehicle Service
Edmund-Seng-Strasse 3-5
D-63477 Maintal • Germany
Telephone: 49-0611-270120/22
Fax: 49-0611-270140
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company LLC
Regional Office
P.O. Box 1516
Unit 2103 - Citimark
28 Yuen Shun Circuit
Shatin
New Territories, Hong Kong
Telephone: (8522) 3570963
Fax: 852-763-1875
INDIA
SPAIN
Chicago Pneumatic Sales
Chemtex House, First Floor
Main Street
Hiranadani Gardens
Powai, Mumbai 400076, India
Telephone: (22)25704907
(22)25708984
Fax: (22)25705042
Desoutter S.A.
C. Serrano, 120
28006 Madrid • Spain
Telephone: 91 590 31 52
Fax: 91 590 31 61
BELGIQUE
Chicago Pneumatic Rep. Office
Avenue Sluysmans 10-4030
Liege • Belgium
Tel/Fax: 04-343 8150
BRASIL
Chicago Pneumatic Brasil
Av. Mascote 159 V. Sta. Catarina
04363-000
Sao Paulo/SP • Brasil
Telefone: (011) 562-7314
Fax: (011) 563-9208
CANADA
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co. LLC
Vechile Service
13325 Carowinds Blvd.
Charlotte, NC 28273
Telephone: 1-704-936-4000
Fax: 1-800-228-9096
CENTRAL AMERICA
Contact Chicago Pneumatic/USA
for names of CP Authorized
Distributors in this area
ITALY
Desoutter Italiana S.R.L.
Viale Della Repubblica, 65
20035 Lisson (Milano)
SOUTHEAST ASIA
SWEDEN
Chicago Pneumatic
Distributor Markets
Sickla Industriväg 7
S-131 34 Nacka • Sweden
Telephone: 46 8743 9329
Fax: 46-8743 9427
MEXICO
UNITED KINGDOM
Chicago Pneumatic Tool
Company LLC, Mexico
San Francisco #223
Valle Dorado, Tlalnepantla
C.P. 54020 • Mexico
Telephone: 525-378-0754
Fax: 525-378-0753
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company, Ltd.
P.O. Box 241
Eaton Road
Hemel Hempstead, Herts HP2 7DR
England
Domestic: 01442-847703/06
Export: 01442-232420/17
Fax: 01442-2847723
SOUTH AFRICA
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co. LLC, S.A.
20 Anvil Road
PO Box 105
Isando 1600, Transvaal • South Africa
Telephone: 011-9746761
Fax: 011-974-2324
Visit our website:
http://www.cp.com
8940158327 Rev 7
Printed in JAPAN
KEK 07/08
CP7750 Series
Impact Wrench Model A, B & L
19
50
52
6
1
4
17
5
16
2
13
10
3A
3B
14
53
11
46
12
45
47
18
26
33
32
51
8
12
27
7
54
9
35
40
24
47
41
44
55
36
34
37
23
38
42
21
39
Index
No.
1
2
3A
3B
4
5
6
Part
No.
CA158178
CA158133
C102507
CA158034
CA088097
P083071
CA148609
CA148629
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
17
18
19
21
23
24
26
27
32
33
34
35
CA155733
CA155055
CA155734
CA158125
CA158175
C066342
CA158127
C089721
CA158116
8940158325
8940158623
CA158128
CA158126
CA158119
CA158039
CA158130
8940158323
8940158883
S008613
8940158538
CA144836
Description
Clutch Housing (Incl; Index No. 3B)
Clutch Housing Bushing
Plug-Pipe (Model A)
Grease Fitting
Socket Ret. Ring
O-Ring (-011)
1/2" Anvil Assembly(Incl: Index
Nos. 4 & 5)
1/2" Ext Anvil Assembly(Incl: Index
Nos. 4 & 5)
Cage-Clutch
Dog
Pin-Clutch
Clutch Housing Gasket
Motor Housing w/Overmold
Ball Bearing
Front End Plate
Spring Pin
Rotor
Rotor Blade Set (8)
Spring Pin
Rear End Plate
Back Cap Gasket
Back Cap
Torx Screw
Switch (Incl: Index Nos. 27, 51)
O-Ring
Spring
Steel Ball
Trigger
Spring Pin
No.
Index
Req'd. No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
44
45
Part
No.
CA149096
C139037
CA156876
CA142464
8940158319
CA158124
CA158120
8940158622
8940158321
8940158428
46
47
50
51
52
53
54
55
8940158589
CA087513
CA154959
8940158324
8940158848
8940158322
CA154960
CA149095
Description
O-Ring
Valve Seat
Valve
Valve Spring
O-Ring
Deflector
Inlet Bushing
Pin Throttle Push
Warning Label /
Nameplate CP7750
Warning Label /
Nameplate CP7750-2
Seal-Clutch (Model A)
Seal-Oil (Model A)
Spring
O-Ring
Liner
O-Ring
Sleeve-Steel
Spacer
No.
Req'd.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
Tune-Up Kit (Model A, B & L)
8940158371 (Incl: Index Nos. 4, 5, 10, 17, 21, 27, 32, 33, 36, 37, 39,
40, 46, 47, 51 & 53)
Repair Kit (CP7750 Model A, B & L)
8940158372 (Incl: Index Nos. 6, 8, 9, 10, 17, 21, 27, 32, 33, 36, 37, 39,
40, 46, 47, 50, 51 & 53)
Repair Kit (CP7750-2 Model A, B & L)
8940158373 (Incl: Index Nos. 6, 8, 9, 10, 17, 21, 27, 32, 33, 36, 37, 39,
40, 46, 47, 50, 51 & 53)
Conversion Kit (Model A to B & L)
8940158964 (Incl: Index Nos. 32, 52, Labels and Document)
EN
CP7750 Series
English
Impact Wrench
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Air Supply Requirements
1. Supply tool with 90 psig (6.2 bar) of clean, dry air.
Higher pressure drastically reduces tool life.
2. Connect tool to air line using pipe, hose, and fitting
sizes shown in the diagram.
1/2" (12mm)
CA048362 (1/2")
3/8" (10mm)
90
0
3/8" (10mm)
3/8" (10mm)
3/8" (10mm)
130
3/8" (10mm)
CA048360 (1/2")
CA048361 (1/2")
Lubrication
1. Use an air line lubricator with SAE #10 oil, adjusted
to two (2) drops per minute. If an air line lubricator
cannot be used, add air motor oil to the inlet once a
day.
2. Use 3/4 oz. (22 ml) of CP Pneu-Lube Synthetic Clutch
Grease 8940158455. (Model B & L only)
3. Use 3/4 oz. (22 ml) of SAE#30 oil or equivalent.
(Model A only)
Operation
This impact wrench is equipped with a single control
dial for power management. The left side of the dial
offers two reverse speeds. The first left position is
normal reverse. The far left position is Turbo reverse.
The right hand side of the dial offers two forward
speeds. The first position is forward. The far right
position is forward at reduced power.
Maintenance
1. After first year, disassemble and inspect air motor and
impacting clutch every three (3) months if the tool is
used every day. Replace damaged or worn parts.
2. High wear parts are underlined in the parts list.
3. To keep downtime to a minimum, the following
service kits are recommended:
Tune-Up Kit 8940158371 (Model A, B & L)
(Incl: 4, 5, 10, 17, 21, 27, 32, 33, 36, 37, 39, 40, 46,
47, 51 & 53)
Repair Kit 8940158372 (CP7750 Model A, B & L)
(Incl: 6, 8, 9, 10, 17, 21, 27, 32, 33, 36, 37, 39, 40, 46,
47, 50, 51 & 53)
Repair Kit 8940158373 (CP7750-2 Model A, B & L)
(Incl: 6, 8, 9, 10, 17, 21, 27, 32, 33, 36, 37, 39, 40, 46,
47, 50, 51 & 53)
8940158964 Conversion Kit (Model A to B & L)
(Incl: 32, 52, Labels and Document)
We, Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co. LLC, 13325 Carowinds
Blvd., Charlotte NC, 28273 USA, declare under our sole
responsibility that the product to which this declaration
relates, is in conformity with the requirements of the Council
Directive of June 1998 on the approximation of the laws of
the Member States relating to machinery (98/37/EC).
Machine Name CP7750 Series Impact Wrench
Machine Type Assembly Power Tool for Threaded
Fasteners - No other use is permitted.
Serial No. Tools with No. 03210B or higher
(Manufactured May 2003 or later)
Technical Data
1/2" Sq. Dr.
Air pressure 90 psi (6.2 bar)
Harmonized Standards Applied EN ISO 12100
National Standards Applied ISO 8662-7, ISO 157442002
Name And Position Of Issuer Bruno Blanchet, General
Manager
Signature Of Issuer
Date Of Issue July 1, 2008
Noise & Vibration Declaration*
Sound pressure level 94 dB(A) impacting, 100 dB(A) free
speed, uncertainty 3 dB(A), in accordance with ISO
15744-2002. For sound power, add 11 dB(A).
Vibration value 4.4 m/s2, re. ISO 8662-7.
For making estimates of daily vibration exposures, useful
information may be found in CEN/TR 15350: 2006,
"Mechanical vibration - Guideline for the assessment of
exposure to hand-transmitted vibration using available
information including that provided by manufacturers of
machinery”
*These declared values were obtained by laboratory
type testing in compliance with the stated standards and
are not adequate for use in risk assessments. Values
measured in individual work places may be higher than
the declared values. The actual exposure values and risk
of harm experienced by an individual user are unique
and depend upon the way the user works, the workpiece
and the workstation design, as well as upon the
exposure time and the physical condition of the user.
We, Chicago Pneumatic, cannot be held liable for the
consequences of using the declared values, instead of
values reflecting the actual exposure, in an individual risk
assessment in a work place situation over which we have
no control.
Copyright 2008, Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co. LLC
All rights reserved. Any unauthorized use or copying of the contents or part thereof is prohibited. This applies in particular to trademarks,
model denominations, part numbers and drawings. Use only authorized parts. Any damage or malfunction caused by the use of
unauthorized parts is not covered by Warranty or Product Liability.
To reduce risk of injury, everyone using, installing, repairing,
maintaining, changing accessories on, or working near this tool must
read and understand these instructions before performing any such
task.
The goal of Chicago Pneumatic is to produce tools that help
you work safely and efficiently. The most important safety
device for this or any tool is YOU. Your care and good
judgment are the best protection against injury. All possible
hazards cannot be covered here, but we have tried to
highlight some of the important ones.
For Additional Safety Information Consult:
! Your employer union and/or trade association.
! US Department of Labor (OSHA); www.osha.gov; Council
of the European Communities europe.osha.eu.int.
! “Safety Code For Portable Air Tools” (B186.1) available
from: www.ansi.com
! “Safety Requirement For Hand-Held Non-Electric Power
Tools” available from: European Committee for
Standardization, www.cenorm.be
Air Supply And Connection Hazards
! Air under pressure can cause severe injury.
! Always shut off air supply, drain hose of air pressure and
disconnect tool from air supply when not in use, before
changing accessories or when making repairs.
! Never direct air at yourself or anyone else.
! Whipping hoses can cause serious injury. Always check for
damaged or loose hoses and fittings.
! Do not use quick disconnect couplings at tool. See
instructions for correct set-up.
! Whenever universal twist couplings are used, lock pins
must be installed.
! Do not exceed maximum air pressure of 90 psi (6.2 bar) or
as stated on tool nameplate.
Entanglement Hazards
! Keep away from rotating drive.
! Do not wear jewelry or loose clothing.
! Choking can occur if neckwear is not kept away from tool
and accessories.
! Scalping can occur if hair is not kept away from tool and
accessories.
! Avoid direct contact with accessories during and after use.
Gloves will reduce the risk of cuts or burns.
! Use only proper accessory retainers (see parts list). Use
deep sockets wherever possible.
Projectile Hazards
! Always wear impact-resistant eye and face protection when
involved with or near the operation, repair or maintenance
of the tool or changing accessories on the tool.
! Be sure all others in the area are wearing impact-resistant
eye and face protection.
! Even small projectiles can injure eyes and cause blindness.
! Use only impact wrench sockets and accessories in good
condition. Sockets in poor condition or hand sockets and
accessories used with impact wrenches can shatter.
! Always use the simplest hook-up possible. Long, springy
extension bars and adapters absorb impact power and
could break. Use deep sockets wherever possible.
2
! Never operate the tool off of the work. It may run too fast
and cause the accessory to be thrown off the tool.
! Serious injury can result from over-torqued or undertorqued fasteners, which can break, or loosen and
separate. Released assemblies can become projectiles.
Assemblies requiring a specific torque must be checked
using a torque meter.
Note: So-called "click" torque wrenches do not check for
potentially dangerous over-torque conditions.
Workplace Hazards
! Slip/Trip/Fall is a major cause of serious injury or death.
Beware of excess hose left on the walking or work surface.
! High sound levels can cause permanent hearing loss. Use
hearing protection as recommended by your employer or
OSHA regulation (see 29 CFR part 1910).
! Maintain a balanced body position and secure footing.
! Be in control of the throttle at all times. Do not get caught
between the tool and the work.
! Repetitive work motions, awkward positions and exposure
to vibration can be harmful to hands and arms. If
numbness, tingling, pain or whitening of the skin occurs,
stop using the tool and consult a physician.
! Avoid inhaling dust or handling debris from the work
process which can be harmful to your health. Use dust
extraction and wear respiratory protective equipment when
working with materials which produce airborne particles.
! Proceed with care in unfamiliar surroundings. Be aware of
potential hazards created by your work activity. This tool is
not insulated for coming into contact with electric power
sources.
! Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding,
drilling and other construction activities contains chemicals
known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth
defects or other reproductive harm. Some examples of
these chemicals are:
- Lead from lead based paints
- Crystalline silica bricks and cement and other masonry
products
- And Arsenic and chromium from chemically-treated
rubber
Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on how
often you do this type of work. To reduce your exposure to
these chemicals: work in a well ventilated area, and work
with approved safety equipment, such as dust masks that
are specially designed to filter out microscopic particles.
Additional Safety Topics
! This tool and its accessories must not be modified.
! This tool is not recommended for use in explosive
atmospheres.
! Operators and maintenance personnel must be physically
able to handle the bulk, weight and power of the tool.
! For professional use only.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
DO NOT DISCARD - GIVE TO USER
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