CP777
Orbital Sander
Model A
CA156587 Rev. C
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
on page 12.
3. Do not install a quick coupler directly into the sander throttle handle.
Lubrication
Use an air line lubricator with SAE #10 oil, adjusted to two drops per minute. If
an air line lubricator cannot be used, add air motor oil to the inlet once a day.
Noise & Vibration Declaration*
Sound pressure level 97 dB(A) in accordance with Pneurop 8N-1. For sound
power, add 10 dB(A).
Vibration value 9.0 m/s2, re. ISO 8662-1.
We, Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company, 1800 Overview Drive, Rock Hill, SC 29730 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 1989 on the approximation of the laws of the
Member States relating to machinery (89/392/EEC).
Machine Name CP777 Orbital Sander
Machine Type Power tool equipped with flexible disc fitted with abrasive paper for sanding - No
other use is permitted.
Serial No. Tools with No. 94200A or higher
Technical Data
Pad diameter 8 in. (203 mm)
Free speed 900 RPM
Air pressure 90 psi (6.2 bar)
Harmonized Standards Applied EN292
National Standards Applied ISO 8662-1, Pneurop 8N-1
Name and Position of Issuer W. A. LeNeveu, President, Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company
Signature of Issuer
Place and Date of Issue Utica, NY 13501 USA, July 31, 1994
Maintenance
1. Disassemble and inspect air motor and orbital assembly every three months if
the tool is used every day. Replace damaged or worn parts.
2. High wear parts are underlined in the parts list.
*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.
Limited Warranty: The "Products" of the Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company ("CP") are warranted to be
free from defects in material and workmanship for one year from the date of purchase. This Warranty
applies only to Products purchased new from CP or its authorized dealers. Of course, this Warranty
does not apply to products which have been abused, misused, modified, or repaired by someone other
than CP or its Authorized Service Representatives. If a CP Product proves defective in material or
workmanship within one year after purchase, return it to any CP Factory Service Center or Authorized
Service Center for CP tools, transportation prepaid, enclosing your name and address, adequate proof
of date of purchase, and a short description of the defect. CP will, at its option, repair or replace defective
Products free of charge. Repairs or replacements are warranted as described above for the remainder
of the original warranty period. CP's sole liability and your exclusive remedy under this Warranty is
limited to repair or replacement of the defective Product. (There Are No Other Warranties Expressed
Or Implied And CP Shall Not Be Liable For Incidental, Consequential, Or Special Damages, Or
Any Other Damages, Costs Or Expenses Excepting Only The Cost Or Expense Of Repair Or
Replacement As Described Above.)
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) and Safety Requirements
for Abrading Materials with Coated Abrasives (B7.1) available from:
www.ansi.org
! 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 setup.
! 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.
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.
Entanglement Hazards
! Keep away from moving sand pad.
! Do not wear jewelry or loose clothing.
! Scalping can occur if hair is not kept away from the tool and accessories.
! Choking can occur if neckwear is not kept away from the tool and
accessories.
Operating Hazards
! Never mount a grinding wheel on a sander. A grinding wheel that bursts
can cause very serious injury or death when not properly guarded.
! Use only coated abrasive sanding discs or sheets properly secured to
the backing pad provided with the air sander.
! Inspect backing pad before each use. Do not use if cracked or damaged.
! Avoid direct contact with moving sanding pad to prevent pinching or
cutting of hands or other body parts. Wear gloves to protect hands.
! Operators and maintenance personnel must be physically able to handle
the power of the tool and capable of performing the job task.
! When using a tool that is designed to have a guard, the guard should be
in place to offer protection from grinding swarf or flying debris.
Workplace Hazards
! Slip/Trip/Fall is a major cause of serious injury or death. Be aware of
excess hose left on the walking or work surface.
! Maintain a balanced body position and secure footing.
! High sound levels can cause permanent hearing loss. Use hearing
protection as recommended by your employer or OSHA regulation (see
29 CFR part 1910).
! 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 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.
! This tool is not intended for use in explosive atmospheres and is not
insulated for 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.
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CP777
Index
No.
Orbital Sander
129
54
127 54
126
130
132
125
58 133
128
124
62
54 135
60
134
65
136
54
63
59
61
7
70
42
14
13 18
19
9 17
32
22
15
6
140
3
78
5
23
25
1
3
5
6
7
8
9
13
14
15
17
18
19
22
23
25
31
32
42
54
58
59
60
61
62
63
65
70
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
140
Part
No.
KF129003
A088212
KF124233
KF124235
P083071
A082777
KF124261
KF124262
KF140612
KF124264
KF124265
P006600
KF124267
S082840
C079489
KF129006
KF129004
KF124275
KF134269
S025055
KF124280
KF135244
KF135242
KF124283
KF138241
KF140289
KF134259
KF125161
KF134267
P105327
KF134254
KF134256
KF140291
KF134262
KF134260
KF134265
KF134266
KF134253
KF134258
KF134264
KF134268
CA144007
No.
Req'd.
Description
Bushing-Air Inlet
Spring-Throttle Valve
Valve-Throttle
Stem-Throttle Valve
O-Ring (-011)
O-Ring (-012)
Body-Throttle Valve
Nut-Hex
Lever-Throttle
Screw-Hinge
Bracket-Mounting
Lockwasher
Nut-Hex
Ring-Retaining
O-Ring (-008)
Valve-Speed Regulator
Cover-Handle (Shrink Tubing)
Housing-Motor (Incl: Index No.31)
Cover-Housing
Bearing-Ball
Plate- End
Dowel-Liner
Liner (Incl: Index No. 59)
Body-Rotor
Blade Set-Rotor (4 Blades)
Shaft-Rotor
Plate-Lower End
Key
Screw-Thread Tapping
Lockwasher
Pad-P.S.A. Sanding
Weight-Balance
Pin-Spirol
Gear-Orbiting
Gear-Internal
Screw-Flat Head
Screw-Flat Head
Washer-Spring
Washer-Retainer
Screw-Flat
O-Ring
Decal-Safety Warning
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
6
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
31
1
Air Supply Diagram
1/2" (12mm)
CA048362 (1/2")
NPT
90
0
130
1/2" (12mm)
1/4"NPT
3/8" (10mm)
CA048361 (1/2")
NPT
CA048360 (1/2")
NPT
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HEADQUARTERS LOCATION
UNITED STATES
Chicago Pneumatic Tool
Company
Automotive Division
1800 Overview Drive
Rock Hill, SC 29730
Telephone: 1-803-817-7000
1-800-367-2442 (USA only)
Fax: 1-800-228-9096
AUSTRALIA
Atlas Copco Tools Australia
3 Bessemer Street
Blacktown • Australia
Telephone: 02-621-9482
Fax: 02-671-5915
BELGIQUE
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Liege • Belgium
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BRASIL
INDIA
SOUTH AFRICA
SWEDEN
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Av. Mascote 159 V. Sta. Catarina
04363-000
Sao Paulo/SP • Brasil
Telefone: (011) 562-7314
Fax: (011) 563-9208
Consolidated Pneumatic Tool
Company (India) Ltd.
301/302, L.B. Shastri Marg
P.O. Box 7761
Mulund, Bombay 400 080 • India
Phone: 91-22-564-0011
Fax: 91-22-564-7687
Telex: 1171990 CPT I N
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Company, S.A.
20 Anvil Road
PO Box 105
Isando 1600, Transvaal
South Africa
Phone: 011-9746761
Fax: 011-974-2324
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Distributor Markets
Sickla Industriväg 7
S-131 34 Nacka • Sweden
Telephone: 46 8743 9329
Fax: 46-8743 9427
SOUTH AMERICA
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
CANADA
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co.
Automotive Division
1800 Overview Drive
Rock Hill, SC 29730
Telephone: 1-803-817-7000
Fax: 1-800-228-9096
ITALY
Desoutter Italiana S.R.L.
Viale Della Repubblica, 65
20035 Lisson (Milano)
MEXICO
CENTRAL AMERICA
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Distributors in this area
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Paul-Friedlander-Str
65203 Wiesbaden • Germany
Telephone: 49-0611-270120/22
FAX: 49-0611-270140
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Company Mexico
San Francisco #223
Valle Dorado, Tlalnepantla
C.P. 54020 • Mexico
Telephone: 525-378-0754
FAX: 525-378-0753
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Distributors in this area
SOUTHEAST ASIA
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Company Regional Office
P.O. Box 1516
Unit 2103 - Citimark
28 Yuen Shun Circuit
Shatin
New Territories, Hong Kong
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