DX 860-HSN - Installation Instructions

DX 860-HSN - Installation Instructions
DX 860-HSN
Operating
Instructions
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DX 860-HSN powder-actuated fastening tool
1. General information
It is essential that the operating
instructions are read before the
tool is operated for the first time.
1.1 Safety notices and their meaning
-WARNINGDraws attention to a potentially dangerous
situation that could lead to severe personal injury
or death.
Always keep these operating
instructions together with the
tool.
-CAUTIONDraws attention to a potentially dangerous
situation that could lead to minor personal injury or
damage to the equipment or other property.
Ensure that the operating
instructions are with the tool
when it is
given to other persons.
Parts of the tool
1. Grip and firing mechanism (trigger)
2. Cartridge strip exit point
3. Fastener loading channel
4. Carrying handle
5. Release button
6. Catch
7. Curved loading section
8. Base plate
9. Rotating sleeve
10. Cartridge loading channel
11. Power regulation wheel
-NOTEIndicates instructions and other useful
information. Not used to indicate potentially
dangerous situations or situations where damage
may occur.
[1]
1.2 Pictograms
Warning signs
General
warning
Warning:
explosive
substance
Warning: hot
surface
Obligation signs
Contents
1. General information
2. Description
3. Consumables and accessories
4. Technical data
5. Safety precautions
6. Before use
7. Operation
8. Care and maintenance
9. Troubleshooting
10. Disposal
11. Warranty
Page
Wear eye
protection
Wear a hard hat
Wear ear
protection
Symbols
Wear protective
gloves
Read the operating instructions
before use
1 The numbers refer to the illustrations. The
illustrations can be found on the fold-out cover
pages. Keep these pages open while you read the
operating instructions.
In these operating instructions, the designation
“the tool” always refers to the DX 860-HSN.
Type : DX 860-HSN
Location of identification data on the tool
The type designation and serial number are
printed on the type plate on the tool. Make a note
of this information in your operating instructions
and always refer to it when making an enquiry to
your Hilti representative or service department.
Serial no.:___________
2. Description
driving special fasteners through the metal sheet
and into the underlying steel joist or frame.
The tool is designed exclusively for use in metal
roof deck or composite floor deck applications for
fastening trapezoidal profile metal sheets to bar
joist metal frames. The fastening is achieved by
3. Consumables and accessories
Fasteners for decking and siding fastening applications where approval is required (SDI, ICBO, FM,
UL)
Item no. Ordering designation
Explanation
34133
X-EDNK 22 THQ12M
Base material thickness 1/8” to 1/4”
34134
X-EDN 19 THQ12M
Base material thickness 3/16” to 3/8”
Cartridges
Item no. Ordering designation
305955 .27 Cal Short, Yellow
305957 .27 Cal Short, Purple
Explanation
Standard applications
For thick base material at high steel strengths
Wear parts
Item no. Ordering designation
284990 DX 860-HSN spares set
Explanation
Piston and piston brake
Accessories
Item no. Ordering designation
285345 Cleaning Kit
5205
331981
Explanation
Scraper, Round brush 9, Flat brush 3/T69, Round brush 10
conical, Round brush 22 / 28,5, Round brush 13
Eye Protection
Ear protectors
4. Technical data
Tool
Weight
Dimensions (LxWxH)
Fastener length
Magazine capacity
Operating temperature range / ambient
temperature
Max. fastener driving rate
Right of technical changes reserved.
12,8 kg (28.2 lbs)
142 mm x 332 mm x 982 mm (5.59”x 13.1” x 38.7”)
22 mm and19 mm (7/8” and ¾”)
60 fasteners, 40 boosters
-15°C to +50°C (5°F to 122F°)
1000 per hour
5. Safety precautions
5.1 Basic safety instructions
In addition to the safety precautions listed in the
individual sections of these operating instructions,
the following points must be strictly observed at all
times:
5.3 Take the necessary precautions at the
workplace
5.2 Use as directed
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The tool is intended for professional use by
operators who have received proper
instruction on its safe use.
Manipulation or modification of the tool is not
permissible.
To minimize the risk of injury, use only original
Hilti fasteners, cartridges, accessories and
spare parts.
Observe the information printed in the
operating instructions concerning operation,
care and maintenance.
Never point the tool at yourself or anyone
else.
Never cock or depress the nosepiece of the
tool against your hand or any other part of
your body
The tool is designed to drive fasteners into
steel base material only. Do not attempt to
drive a fastener into other materials, or into
hardened or brittle steel such as welds, cast
iron, or spring steel
The tool and its ancillary equipment may
present hazards when used incorrectly by
untrained personnel or not as directed.
Pull the trigger only when the nosepiece of
the tool has been fully compressed against
the base material.
Always hold the tool securely, and
perpendicular to the work surface. This will
reduce the possibility of the fastener
ricocheting off the work surface.
Never redrive a fastener. This may cause the
fastener to break or shatter.
Always observe the following application
guidelines:
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Min. distance to free edge of base
material:
1/4”
Min. spacing between fasteners:
1“
Min. base material thickness:
1/8”
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Ensure that the working area is well lit.
Objects which could cause injury should be
removed from the work area. Untidiness at the
workplace can lead to accidents.
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The operator and all bystanders must wear
eye protection and a hard hat while tool is in
use.
Ear protection is necessary when
working in confined areas.
It is recommended that protective gloves and
non-slip shoes are worn when working
outdoors.
Keep the tool and cartridges locked in a
container and in a safe place when not in
use. Keep out of reach of children.
Avoid unfavorable body positions. Work from
a secure stance and stay in balance at all
times.
Keep your arms flexed when operating tool
(do not stiff arm). If you feel any pain or
discomfort, discontinue use.
Make sure no one stands on the opposite
side of the surface where fastenings are
being made - a fastener could throughpenetrate and injure someone.
5.4 General safety precautions
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Use the right tool for the job. Do not use the
tool for purposes for which it was not
intended. Use the tool only as directed and
when it is in faultless condition.
Take the influences of the surrounding area
into account. Do not use the tool where there
is a risk of fire or explosion.
Keep the grips clean, dry and free from oil
and grease.
Press the tool against the work surface at right
angles (perpendicular to the work surface).
Never pull back the magazine. Under certain
circumstances, this could cock the tool,
making it ready for firing. When the tool is
ready to fire, the piston or a fastener could be
driven inadvertently into a part of the body, or
free-flighted.
Never leave a loaded tool unattended.
Always remove all cartridges and fasteners
from the tool after work and before carrying
out cleaning, servicing or maintenance.
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the release catch, as this might result in
injuries to the hand of the operator
• Check that moving parts function correctly
without sticking and that no parts are
damaged. Do not use a tool that is
incomplete or does not operate properly.
• Check the tool for possible damage.
Protective devices and any parts that may
have suffered slight damage should be
checked for correct operation and
functionality before further use. Damaged
safety devices or other damaged parts must
be replaced or repaired properly by an
authorized repair workshop unless otherwise
indicated in the operating instructions.
. If a cartridge fails to ignite when the tool is
actuated:
* Keep the tool pressed against the work
surface for 30 seconds.
* If the cartridge still does not ignite,
withdraw the tool from the work
surface, taking care that the tool is not
pointed at anyone.
* Advance the cartridge strip to the next
cartridge manually (see 7.2.1), and
continue to use the remaining
cartridges in the strip. Once the
magazine/cartridge is removed,
dispose of it in such a way that it can
neither be used again nor misused.
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Allow the tool to cool down before servicing or
storing.
Do not exceed the recommended fastener
driving rate (1000 fasteners per hour in
sustained operation, 1500 fasteners per hour
over a maximum of 10 minutes). The tool may
otherwise overheat, and could cause the
cartridge to ignite.
An operator should wear gloves if the tool is to
be dismantled while it is hot.
5.4.3 Danger of explosion
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Do not attempt to pry or forcibly remove
cartridges from the magazine strip or tool –
this could cause a cartridge to ignite.
Unused cartridges must be stored in a dry,
high place, locked up or out of reach of
children.
5.5 Requirements to be met by users
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5.4.1 Mechanical hazards
The tool is intended for professional use.
The tool may be operated, serviced and
repaired only by authorized, trained
personnel. This personnel must be informed
of any special hazards that may be
encountered.
Always concentrate on your work. Proceed
carefully and do not use the tool if your full
attention is not on the job.
5.6 Personal protective equipment
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Use only fasteners and cartridges that have
been approved for use with the tool.
5.4.2 Thermal hazards
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Remove the cartridge strip from the tool
carefully.
The operator and other persons in the
immediate vicinity must always wear eye
protection, a hard hat, ear protectors and
protective gloves while the tool is in use or
when checking the tool in case of a fault.
6. Before use
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6.1 Check the tool
• Check that no cartridge strip is loaded in the
tool. If a cartridge strip is present in the tool,
push it forward in the direction of cartridge
transport until it can be gripped at the
cartridge exit opening and pulled out of the
tool.
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Check all external parts of the tool for damage
at regular intervals and check that all controls
operate properly. Do not operate the tool
when parts are damaged or when the controls
do not operate properly. If necessary, have
the tool repaired at a Hilti service centre.
Check the piston brake and piston for wear
and to ensure that the parts have been fitted
correctly (see section 8.)
7. Operation
7.1 Using the tool
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Driving the fastener may
cause flying fragments.
Flying fragments may
injure parts of the body or
the eyes.
The operator and
bystanders must wear eye
protection and a hard hat.
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The fastener is driven by the
energy released when a
cartridge is fired.
An excessively high noise
level may damage the
hearing.
The operator and
bystanders must wear ear
-WARNING-
Making the tool ready to fire
by pressing it against a part
of the body (e.g. the foot) is
not permissible.
This could cause a fastener
to be driven into a part of
the body.
Never press the tool against
a part of the body.
7.1.1 Selecting the correct fasteners and
cartridges [2]
• Select the fasteners and cartidges from the
element selection diagram.
• In the diagram, the thickness of base material
is depicted below the color table, tensile
strength of base material is depicted on the
left side.
At the bottom, the recommended fastener
type for a given base material thickness is
displayed.
The color displayed for a given thickness and
steel strengths refers to the recommended
cartridge colour for that configuration.
• The selection diagram is intended as a
general guide – on site testing should be
conducted to select the appropriate fastener,
cartridge and power level for the specific
application.
7.1.2 Loading the fastener strips [3]
1. Slide up to 6 fastener strips into the fastener
loading channel from above.
2. Press the last fastener strip in as far as it will
go and until flush with the top of the fastener
loading channel.
7.1.3 Loading a strip of Hilti .27 Cal Short M40
cartridges [4]
No other cartridge type can be used
1. Slide the cartridge strip into the cartridge
loading channel from above.
2. Press the cartridge strip into the cartridge
loading channel as far as it will go and until
flush with top of booster loading channel..
7.1.4 Setting fastener driving power [5]
Set the required fastener driving power by turning
the power regulation wheel on the back of the tool.
Position 1 = minimum power
Position 4 = maximum power
1. Set the power regulation wheel to position 1.
2. Make a series of test fastenings.
3. Use the power adjustment gauge (supplied
with fasteners or spare sets) to check fastener
standoff from deck surface
4. Adjust power by turning power regulation
wheel to keep fastener standoff within the
recommended range of the power regulation
or standoff gauge .
Steps 2 and 3 must then be repeated until
fastener standoff from surface of deck is within
the recommended range of 5mm (approx.
3/16”) to 9.5 mm (3/8”).
If appropriate nail standoff cannot be achieved
within the range of the power regulation wheel,
a different cartridge type or a different fastener
might might be needed.
-NOTEExcessively high fastener driving power
will subject wear parts of the tool to
excessive stress and may reduce their
lifetime.
3. Use up the remaining cartridges on the strip.
Remove the used cartridge strip and dispose
of it in a way such that it can neither be used
again nor misused.
7.2.2 If the tool jams, proceed as follows [8]:
-WARNINGDo not attempt to pry out or forcibly remove
the cartridge or cartridge strip from the tool.
1. Turn the rotating sleeve through 90° (use the
scraper provided with the tool, if necessary).
2. Pull the cartridge strip out of the tool at the
cartridge strip exit aperture.
-NOTETurning the rotating sleeve releases the catch.
It jumps open automatically and allows the tool
to be opened.
3. Carry out the steps described at 8.2.1 or
8.2.2..
4. Subsequently, turn the rotating sleeve back
through 90° to its original position.
7.3 After finishing work with the tool
7.1.5 Driving fasteners [6]
7.3.1 Unloading the tool [9]
-NOTE-
-WARNINGDo not attempt to pry out or forcibly remove
the cartridge or cartridge strip from the tool.
At least 15 fasteners must be loaded in
the magazine for proper function
-WARNING• Never attempt to redrive a fastener that
has already been driven.
• Use the tool only in an upright position
with the tool nosepiece (fastener exit
aperture) pointing downwards toward the
work surface.
• Never point the tool toward other persons.
1. Keeping the tool perpendicular against the
work surface, depress the tool completely .
2. Drive the fastener by pressing the firing
mechanism (trigger) on the hand grip.
5. On the site of the cartridge feeding channel,
push the cartridge strip forward until you can
pull the strip out of the tool at the cartridge
strip exit aperture.
-NOTENever try to push or pull the cartridge strip
against the direction of standard strip
advance,
7.3.2 Removing fastener strips form the
fastener loading channel [10]
-NOTE-
7.2 Remedying faults
7.2.1 If a cartridge fails to ignite when the tool
is actuated, proceed as follows:
1. Keep the tool pressed against the work
surface for 30 seconds. If the cartridge still
does not ignite, withdraw the tool from the
work surface and advance the cartridge strip
manually, and continue to use the remaining
cartridges in the strip.
2. At the cartridge loading side, advance the
cartridge strip by one cartridge by pushing
the strip further into the tool or, alternatively,
by pulling the strip through the tool by hand at
the cartridge strip exit aperture.
It is not absolutely necessary to remove
fastener strips from the tool..
-WARNINGCheck that no cartridges are present in the
tool. If necessary, unload the tool as described
at section 7.3.1.
1. Stand the tool upright on the grip (upside
down).
2. Use the scraper (supplied with the tool) to
push the fastener strips back through the
loading channel.
3. Press the red button above the magazine and
allow the fasteners to slide out of the
magazine.
8. Care and maintenance
When this type of tool is used under normal
operating conditions, dirt and residues build up
inside it and functionally relevant parts are subject
to wear. Regular inspections and maintenance are
thus essential in order to help ensure reliable
operation:
• The operating controls and the condition
of the piston and piston brake must be
checked daily, or, at the latest, after every
5,000 fasteners (see section 8.2.1).
• The maintenance procedures described at
section 8.2 must be carried out after every
15,000 fasteners, or earlier if operation of the
tool becomes stiff.
-WARNINGCartridge strips must be unloaded from
the tool before carrying out care and
maintenance.
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during operation.
You could burn your
hands.
Wear protective gloves
before carrying out care
and maintenance.
8.1 Care of the tool
The outer casing of the tool is manufactured from
impact resistant plastic. The grip comprises a
synthetic rubber section. Never operate the tool
when the ventilation slots are unobstructed. Do
not permit foreign objects to enter the interior of
the tool. Use a slightly damp cloth to clean the
outside of the tool at regular intervals. Do not use
a spray or steam-cleaning system for cleaning.
8.2 Maintenance
Check all external parts of the tool for damage at
regular intervals and check that all controls
operate properly. Do not operate the tool when
parts are damaged or when the controls do not
operate properly. If necessary, have the tool
repaired at a Hilti service centre.
Use the tool only with the recommended
cartridges and power settings. Use of the wrong
cartridges or use of excessively high power
settings may lead to premature failure of parts of
the tool.
-CAUTION- When cleaning:
Never use grease for the maintenance /
lubrication of parts of the tool. This may
lead to malfunctions. Use only Hilti
lubricant spray or a product of comparable
quality.
The residues deposited inside DX tools
contain substances that may be injurious
to your health:
Do not inhale any dust or dirt while
cleaning.
Keep the dust or dirt away from
foodstuffs.
Wash your hands after cleaning the
tool.
8.2.1 Checking the piston and/or piston brake
[11]
-WARNINGCheck that cartridges are unloaded from the
tool
1. Stand the tool on its grip (upside down).
2. Press the red button on the magazine and pull
the fastener loading channel down and away
from the magazine.
-CAUTIONParts of the tool may become very hot after a
period of use. Protective gloves must be worn
if the following maintenance procedure is
carried out before the tool has been allowed to
cool down.
3. Unscrew the baseplate with magazine in a
counter-clockwise direction until it is released
from the tool. Lift the baseplate and magazine
away from the tool.
4. Pull the piston out of the piston guide.
5. Pull the piston brake out of the baseplate
(steel and rubber part).
6. Check the piston brake and piston for
damage. The piston and piston brake must be
replaced if signs of damage are found.
-NOTECheck the piston for bending by rolling it
on a flat surface.
Do not use a worn or damaged piston and
do not modify the piston in any way.
7. Pull the catch and hold it while inserting the
piston into the piston guide. Push the piston
fully into the piston guide so that the tip of the
piston does not stick out, then release the
catch.
8. Insert the piston brake into the baseplate.
9. Press the baseplate and the magazine against
the threaded section on the tool and rotate it
on in a clockwise direction until it is screwed
on as far as it will go.
10. Turn the baseplate with the magazine back to
its original position over the fastener loading
channel.
11. Push the fastener loading channel back until it
engages the magazine.
8.2.2 Cleaning the piston guide [12]
-WARNINGCheck that all cartridges and fasteners are
unloaded from the tool.
1. Stand the tool on its grip (upside down).
2. Press the red button on the magazine and pull
the fastener loading channel down and away
from the magazine.
-CAUTIONParts of the tool may become very hot after a
period of use. Protective gloves must be worn if
the following maintenance procedure is carried
out before the tool has been allowed to cool
down.
3. Unscrew the baseplate with the magazine in a
counter-clockwise direction until it is released
from the tool. Lift the baseplate and magazine
away from the tool.
4. Clean the inside of the fastener guide with
accessory brush.
5. Lubricate the moving element of the magazine
with Hilti-Spray.
6. Remove the piston . Pull the catch and hold it
while pulling the piston guide upwards out of
the tool. Release the catch.
7. Use wire brushes to clean all surfaces of the
piston guide, inside and outside.
8. Clean the cartridge chamber and the bore for
the power regulation pin with accessory round
brush.
9. Lubricate the slider and the collar with Hilti
lubricant spray.
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Use of lubricants other than Hilti lubricant
spray may cause damage to rubber parts of
the tool, especially the buffer.
10. Push the piston into the piston guide and
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slide the piston guide into the tool from above
until the catch engages.
Press the baseplate and the magazine
against the threaded section on the tool and
rotate it on in a clockwise direction until it is
screwed on as far as it will go.
Turn the baseplate with the magazine back to
its original position over the fastener loading
channel.
Push the fastener loading channel back until
it engages with the curved section.
Lubricate the guiding rails of the tool with
Hilti-Spray applied through the cooling slits.
8.3 Checking the tool after care and
maintenance
After carrying out care and maintenance and
before loading the cartridges, check that all safety
devices have been fitted and that they function
faultlessly.
9. Troubleshooting
–WARNING–
Cartridges must be unloaded from the tool before taking any steps to remedy faults.
Fault
Possible cause
Remedy
Cartridge not advancing.
Damaged cartridge strip.
Change the cartridge strip [4]
Tool is damaged.
Contact your local Hilti
Representative.
Cartridge strip cannot be removed Tool is damaged.
Contact your local Hilti
from the tool.
Representative
Cartridge strip is damaged
Contact your local Hilti
Representative
Cartridge doesn’t fire.
Misfire.
See “Remedying faults”, 7.2.1
Cartridge strip is empty.
Reload with a new cartridge
strip.
Improper cartridges.
Check tool with new cartridge
strips
Contact your local Hilti
Representative.
-WARNING- Do not attempt to
pry or forcibly remove cartridges
from the magazine strip or from
the tool.
Fastener is driven too deeply (B) Fastener missed the steel
Mark the position of the beam.
beam.
[7].
Drive another fastener into the
beam.
Power setting too high.
Reduce fastener driving power
or, respectively, use a less
powerful cartridge.
Piston / piston brake worn.
Replace the piston and brake.
Piston brake is missing
Install the brake into the
baseplate
Fastener is not driven deeply
Fastener driven too close to
Reposition the tool and drive
enough (C) [7].
web of beam.
another fastener.
Different material thickness
Increase fastener driving power
and/or material strength.
according to the
recommendations for the
cartridge [2] or, respectively,
use a more powerful cartridge.
Power setting too low.
Increase fastener driving power
according to the
recommendations for the
cartridge [2] or, respectively,
use a more powerful cartridge.
Tool needs to be cleaned.
Clean the tool [12].
Piston is broken.
Fit a new piston and piston
brake.
Tool is damaged.
Contact your local Hilti
Representative.
Shear breakage (D) [7].
Fastener driven into the rib.
Reposition the tool and drive
another fastener.
Wrong fastener used
Retry with fastener appropriate
for the given task (see 7.1.1)
Base material is thick and/or of Increase driving power in
high strength.
accordance with
recommendations for the
cartridge or, respectively, use a
more powerful cartridge.
The tool remains compressed
(does not extend when pressure
is released).
Piston sticking in the piston
brake.
Piston guide needs to be
cleaned.
The tool cannot be fired.
Trigger pulled before the tool is
fully pressed down.
Fastener magazine holds less
than 15 fasteners
Fastener advance malfunction.
Tool needs to be cleaned.
Magazine is not screwed on
fully.
Tool is damaged.
Turn the rotating sleeve to
release tool and then replace
the piston [11].
Turn the rotating sleeve to
release the tool and clean the
piston guide if necessary [12].
Press the tool down fully and
then pull the trigger.
Load fasteners
Load fastener strips [3]; check
that strips are free to move;
remove any damaged or
distorted fastener strips [10].
Clean the tool [12].
Screw the magazine on fully.
Contact your local Hilti
Representative .
No fastener is driven.
No piston installed.
Install a piston in the tool.
Piston breakage.
Replace the piston and brake.
Fastener guide needs to be
Clean the baseplate and
cleaned.
adjoining parts with the cleaning
brushes provided.
Fastener jammed in fastener
Remove jammed fasteners [10].
guide.
Avoid missing the beam (driving
the fastener into unsupported
sheet metal); mark the position
of the beams accurately if
necessary.
If these measures fail to remedy the problem, please call your local Hilti Representative .
10. Disposal
Most of the materials from which Hilti power actuated tools are manufactured can be recycled. The
materials must be correctly separated before they can be recycled. In many countries, Hilti has already
made arrangements for taking back your old powder actuated tools for recycling. Please ask your Hilti
customer service department or Hilti sales representative for further information. National and international
directives and regulations must be observed.
Part / assembly
Toolbox
Outer casing
Piston
Stop ring
Screws, small parts
Used cartridge strips
Main material
Plastic
Plastic / synthetic rubber
Steel
Steel / plastic
Steel
Steel / plastic
Recycling
Plastics recycling
Plastics recycling
Scrap metal
Scrap metal
Scrap metal
In accordance with local regulations
11. Warranty
Hilti warrants that the product supplied is free of
defects in material and workmanship. This
warranty is valid as long as the product is
operated and handled correctly, cleaned and
serviced properly and in accordance with the Hilti
operating instructions, all warranty claims are
made within 12 months (unless other mandatory
national regulations prescribe a longer minimum
period) from the date of sale (invoice date) and
the technical system is maintained, i.e. only
original Hilti consumables, accessories and spare
parts are used with the product.
This warranty provides the free-of-charge repair or
replacement of defective parts only. Parts
requiring repair or replacement as a result of
normal wear and tear are not covered by this
warranty.
Additional claims are excluded, unless
mandatory national regulations prohibit such
exclusion. In particular, Hilti is not obligated
for direct, indirect, incidental or consequential
damages, losses or expenses in connection
with, or by reason of, the use of, or inability to
use the product for any purpose. Implied
warranties of merchantability or fitness for a
particular purpose are specifically excluded.
Send the product and/or related parts immediately
upon discovery of a defect to the local Hilti
marketing organization for repair or replacement.
This constitutes Hilti’s entire obligation with regard
to warranty and supersedes all prior or
contemporaneous comments and oral or written
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Hilti Corporation
Hilti = registered trademark of Hilti Corp., Schaan W 2972 0604 00-Pos.1
Right of technical and programme changes reserved S. E. & O.
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FL-9494 Schaan
Tel.: +423 / 234 2111
Fax: +423 / 234 29 65
www.hilti.com
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