PNEUMATIC FLOORING NAILER OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

PNEUMATIC FLOORING NAILER OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
PNEUMATIC FLOORING NAILER
Q550
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
Read these instructions thoroughly before using this tool and keep it
handy for reference.
Revision 03/10
Printed in Canada
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PRIMATECH PNEUMATIC NAILER Q550
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The pneumatic nailer Q550 is a professional precision tool
specially developed for the installation of 3/8" to 3/4" solid and
engineered hardwood flooring. It has been designed for easy
maintenance where major components can be accessed within
seconds without the need of any tool. Weighting only 8.7 pounds
(4 kg), this ergonomically designed tool makes the installation of
hardwood floor very easy, allowing the operator to set and nail
the boards in the standing position. It uses standard L- type 18GA
cleats available in lengths of 1¾" (45 mm), 1½" (38 mm) and 1¼"
(32 mm). For best result, only PRIMATECH cleats should be used.
Read carefully these instructions before operating this tool. It is
important to understand warnings/cautions and the safety
measures to ensure safe use of this tool.
The Q550 is built around the
Primpact valve engine, a
breakthrough technology for
pneumatic tools. Primpact main
features are:
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short nose and compact valve design with an allaround striking surface
high-speed action and few moving parts, for a
powerful yet soft stroke and increased precision.
reciprocal striking system that regulates the depth
of penetration independently from the mallet impact
finely threaded screw-in cartridge assembly
Additional information is available directly from the manufacturer:
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Never service or repair the tool, clear obstructions or make
adjustments while the air supply hose is connected.
Only compressed air should be used to power this tool ; do
not exceed 110 psi (7.6 bar).
Never use oxygen or any other compressed gas as a power
source for this tool.
Always wear OSHA-required Z-87 safety glasses with side
shields.
Always wear proper ear and feet protection while the air
supply hose is connected.
Always remove cleats from the feeder channel before
servicing tool.
DO NOT REMOVE OR ALTER SAFETY. NEVER DEPRESS
THE SAFETY CONTACT WITH YOUR HANDS WHEN TOOL IS
CONNECTED TO AIR SUPPLY. EXTREME CAUTION IS
ADVISED WHEN USING THIS TOOL.
CONNECTION & AIR SUPPLY SYSTEM
To ensure maximum performance and efficiency, and also a
minimum of care, the PRIMATECH pneumatic nailer requires clean,
dry air. It is necessary to use a filter and a pressure regulator.
This tool needs a detachable male coupler with 3/8" NPT male
treads. The use of a 3/8" (1 cm) diameter air supply hose is
recommended. A smaller hose or a hose longer than 50' (15 m)
could cause a pressure drop when the tool is activated
repeatedly.
ALWAYS USE A FREE-FLOW CONNECTION FOR THE
COMPRESSED AIR SUPPLY TO PREVENT THAT THE TOOL
STAYS CHARGED AFTER DISCONNECTING THE AIR SUPPLY
HOSE.
UNLOAD TOOL BEFORE CONNECTING AIR TO PREVENT
ACCIDENTAL DISCHARGE.
1135 Jeremie-Fortin, Quebec, QC
Canada, G1J 1R8
Phone:
Fax:
email:
web:
1 (800) 363-1962 or 1 (418) 522-7744
1 (418) 522-7466
[email protected]
www.primatech.ca/support
SAFETY MEASURES
These important guidelines should always be followed to work
safely with the PRIMATECH pneumatic nailer model Q550:
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Read these instructions thoroughly before using this tool
and keep it handy for reference if necessary.
Always keep hands, feet or other body parts away from the
nail ejection area.
Never aim the tool in any direction other than the working
area.
Always carry or manipulate the tool by its handle while the
air supply hose is connected.
Never hit the head cap of the actuator if the plastic base is
not sitting perfectly on the working surface.
Never leave the tool laying down on its side while the air
supply hose is connected; the tool should always be left on
the floor, standing on its plastic base.
Do not alter or remove safety.
Always disconnect the air supply hose when the tool is not
in use or when move to another work area.
AFTER MOVING TOOL TO A DIFFERENT WORK AREA, OR
AFTER ANY MAINTENANCE TO THE TOOL, ALWAYS
ENSURE PROPER OPERATION BY ACTUATING TOOL
SEVERAL TIMES WITHOUT CLEATS OVER THE
SUBFLOORING .
Dirt, dust, and other particles in the air supply can cause sluggish
operation or premature wear of many components of the tool.
Drain water from the compressor tank regularly. The compressor
start-stop limits should be set to deliver an air pressure of at least
100 psi (7 bar) at all time. Consult the compressor manual or
dealer for instructions on how to make this adjustment.
At 80 psi (5.5 bar) and 100 hits per minute, the tool consumes
approximately 3.8 cu.ft (110 ) of air per minute at 70°F (21°C).
Higher air pressure will increase the consumption of compressed
air.
The tool is designed to be operated with a compressed air
pressure of 80 psi (5.5 bar). Occasionally, a higher pressure
could be necessary, for example to use the tool with different
species of harder wood. In these more difficult cases, the
compressed air pressure can be increased up to 100 psi
(7.0 bar). It is very important not to exceed this maximum
pressure to prevent leaks, premature wear or damages to the
tool.
Check the compressed air supply hose before connecting to
ensure that they are free from dirt or particles that can alter the
performance of the tool. Pay special attention to any air leaks. Do
not use a compressed air pressure higher than 110 psi (7.6 bar).
Higher pressure can cause premature wear or damage to certain
components. After assembly, check all the connections to
prevent the leaks and to have maximum efficiency.
TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL DAMAGE TO THE FINISHED
SURFACE OF THE INSTALLED FLOOR, REST THE TOOL
ONTO THE SUBFLOORING WHEN CONNECTING AIR,
LOADING TOOL WITH NAILS OR PERFORMING ANY
MAINTENANCE TO THE TOOL.
LOADING THE TOOL
Insert a row of PRIMATECH's cleats inside the feeder channel and
pull back on the plastic tab gently until it engages behind the
cleats. To release, simply squeeze the tab with your thumb and
index and allow the spring to recoil slowly. The clip must be
released slowly to prevent damage. The Q550 uses standard Ltype 18GA cleats available in lengths of 1¾" (45 mm), 1½"
(38 mm) and 1¼" (32 mm). Make sure that the proper type of
cleats is used. Primatech's 18GA cleats are packaged into green
color-coded boxes. For MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE, always use
PRIMATECH cleats.
USE ONLY THE TYPE OF CLEATS IDENTIFIED ON THE
FEEDER CHANNEL. THE USE OF ANY OTHER TYPE OF
CLEATS WILL DAMAGE THE TOOL.
OPERATION
Unload tool and rest it onto the subflooring, Connect the hose
and cycle tool once or twice without nails. After loading the tool
with PRIMATECH cleats, the PNEUMATIC NAILER model Q550 is
ready for use.
Only use the 2.5 lbs (1.1 kg) hammer supplied with the tool. The
use of other type of hammers may affect performance. The
rubber face of the hammer can be used with care to help position
the boards.
With the flooring firmly in place, position the tool onto the flooring,
with the resting block Q-034 against the tongue. Apply downward
pressure to ensure proper seating of the cleat. Strike the head
cap Q-001 with the hammer to activate the tool,
Use only the RUBBER FACE of the hammer to
activate the tool. Using the steel end will
damage the tool and void the warranty. If
wood is slightly twisted, hitting the tool with more
force will assist in pulling the board up snugly.
NEVER strike the head cap when the tool is not
sitting on the working surface.
OPERATING THE TOOL WHEN THE SAFETY CONTACT IS
NOT FULLY DEPRESSED WILL CAUSE PREMATURE WEAR
OR DAMAGE TO THE DRIVING BLADE, PISTON AND
CYLINDER.
Eye protection is recommended and should be
worn by the operator and other in working area.
Accidental ejection of nails or wood debris could
cause severe eye injury.
In some environments, ear protection might be
required, as working condition may include
exposure to high noise levels which lead to
hearing damage.
Wearing safety boots and safety hat is also
highly recommended.
NOTE: All the personal protection equipments
must meet national standards.
Be it raw, factory finished or engineered, hardwood is a
natural material subject to various factors, such as humidity,
subflooring, installation procedure, type of tools, fasteners,
etc. Installer should always ensure optimal surface
pr epar ation, c om ply with all m anufactur er 's
recommendations and conduct a pre-installation test prior
beginning any installation.
BEFORE STARTING AN INSTALLATION, FASTEN DOWN
FEW BOARDS TO ASCERTAIN THAT YOU ARE USING
THE RIGHT FASTENER AND THAT THE TOOL IS
PROPERLY ADJUSTED.
ADJUSTING FOR HARDWOOD THICKNESS
The Q550 pneumatic nailer is fitted with a fully adjustable plastic
base Q-033, designed to prevent contact with the top edge of the
flooring. Since there is no standard among manufacturers about
the dimensions of the tongue, it is important to adjust the nailer
to fit the flooring prior any installation. The Q550 also features a
resting block Q-034 which prevent damage to the top edge of the
flooring by positioning the tool against the tongue, preventing the
gate/foot assembly from contacting the board.
Step 1: adjusting the base for flooring thickness:
 Using the supplied Allen wrench, loosen but do not remove
screws (A); one on each side of the tool.
 With the tool in an upside down position, place a short piece
of flooring against the gate/foot assembly (Q-029/Q-032).
 Engage the Allen wrench in knob (B) as shown; rotate to
move the base up or down. Note that knob (B) has a rotation
range of only about 1/2 turn. Do not apply force when a limit
is reached.
 Adjust the height of the plastic base to obtain a small gap
between the gate/foot assembly and the top side of the
tongue of the sample board. A gap of 1/32", about half the
thickness of the nail, should be adequate for most situations.
 Tighten both screws (A).
Step 2: adjusting the resting block for the width of the tongue:
 Using the Allen wrench, loosen by about 1/2 turn n do not
remove the two screws (C).
 With the short piece of flooring still against the gate/foot
assembly, adjust the gap between the resting block and the
tongue with screw (D). A small gap of 1/32", about half the
thickness of the nail, should be adequate for most situations.
 Tighten both screws (C).
 Ensure that screw (D) is slightly tighten. Do not apply force
on screw (D) once screws (C) are tighten.
After completing the adjustment procedure, proceed with the
installation of few boards. Carefully check for the proper
positioning of the nail onto the board. Check again after few more
rows to insure that all parts are secured in place. Tool may lose
adjustment over time if this procedure is not strictly followed.
BEFORE STARTING AN INSTALLATION, NAIL DOWN FEW
BOARDS TO ASCERTAIN THAT YOU ARE USING THE RIGHT
TOOL AND FASTENER.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
This tool requires minimal lubrication. Use only
detergent-free oil such as Primatech P-090. Few drops
of oil weekly in the air inlet is sufficient. Other types of
lubricant may degrade the seals.
Check periodically to make sure that all screws are tight. Pay
particular attention to the two screws holding the feeder channel
as well as the screws and nuts on the feeder channel assembly
who might loosen up over time. Be careful not to strip the threads
when tightening. The use of an medium strength adhesive
sealant such as the Loctite 242 is recommended for those screws
and nuts.
MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
Most adjustments to the tool can be made with the 3/16" and
5/32" Allen wrench supplied with the tool. These can be
conveniently stored above the feeder channel Q-048.
Disassembly of the tool must be done in a clean environment.
Some parts can be easily damaged if disassembled with
improper tools or by inadequate methods. Maintenance should
only be performed by trained personnel. Use only genuine
PRIMATECH replacement parts.
TO PREVENT INJURY, ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE AIR
SUPPLY HOSE WHEN SERVICING OR DISASSEMBLING THE
TOOL.
When servicing the tool, do not twist or force any parts. Damage
may result from such abuse. If parts do not come loose easily,
contact your PRIMATECH distributor for more information.
When opening the tool for maintenance, always clean all
components of dirt, grit, or particles. Inspect the tool carefully for
broken parts or excessive wear, and replace if necessary. When
ordering parts, be sure to specify the right part number, and also
the tool serial number.
NEVER apply threadlocker
or adhesive onto cylinder
or head threads.
AFTER ANY MAINTENANCE TO THE TOOL, REMOVE ALL
CLEATS BEFORE CONNECTING AIR AND ACTUATE THE
TOOL REPEATEDLY OVER A PIECE OF WOOD OR
SUBFLOORING TO INSURE PROPER OPERATION.
ASSEMBLING THE VALVE
All the components required to drive nails in and reset the tool
are packed in a cartridge assembly which is simply inserted into
the tool. This section describes how to assemble all the
components together. However, it is usually not necessary to
completely disassemble the valve. Refer to next section,
"CLEANING THE VALVE" for more information on how to open the
tool for regular maintenance. The following procedure assumes
that the gate/foot assembly (Q-029/Q-032) along with the resting
block Q-034 are already installed. Refer to the "Replacement
Parts" document for a complete list and schematic of the tool.
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It is usually not required to separate the head disk Q-001A
from the head cap Q-001. If necessary, insert the head disk
Q-001A firmly in place into the head cap Q-001.
Align the inner shape of the head cap Q-001 with the shape
of the head Q-006 and snap the cap in place. It is usually
not required to remove the head cap from the head.
Check the condition of all rings and seals on the actuator
Q-042, actuator cap Q-044 and main valve Q-043.
Lightly lubricate actuator Q-042 as shown and insert it into
valve Q-043.
Lightly lubricate the permanent seal of actuator cap Q-044
as shown. Do not lubricate the small o-ring (see part
Q-044C on schematic). Insert the actuator cap as shown
and forcibly snap it into the actuator Q-042
Insert the valve sub-assembly completely into the head
Q-006.
Check that the band-valve Q-018A is properly installed onto
the main cylinder Q-018. Screw the cylinder Q-018
completely onto the head body Q-006 and tighten firmly by
hand. Take care not do damage the threads. Pull down the
valve Q-043 to sit it onto the cylinder.
ALWAYS CHECK THAT THE CYLINDER IS COMPLETELY
SCREW-ON THE HEAD BEFORE INSERTING THE ASSEMBLY
INTO THE TOOL. THE CYLINDER WILL LOOSEN-UP WHEN
THE CARTRIDGE IS TAKEN-OFF THE TOOL.
ALWAYS PULL DOWN THE VALVE AGAINST THE CYLINDER
BEFORE INSERTING THE HEAD ASSEMBLY.
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Check that the piston sub-assembly, including rings and
driving blade, is sliding easily into the cylinder Q-018. It
should offer some resistance, but if it moves too easily, it
may be required to replace the piston wear-ring Q-022A.
9. Insert the seal bushing Q-025B in the lower section of main
body Q-006 and engage it onto the upper portion of the
gate/foot assembly (Q-029/Q-032). A flat screwdriver can
help location the seal bushing correctly. Use the wooden
handle of the hammer to tap the seal bushing completely in
place. It is usually not necessary to pull-out the seal bushing
Q-025B for maintenance.
10. With the tool in the upright position, push the bumper
Q-025A in place, indexed onto the seal bushing Q-025B and
use the wooden handle to seat the bumper in position.
11. Insert the piston sub-assembly into the main body Q-016
and engage the driving blade Q-023 in the seal bushing
opening. Depress the safety contact Q-062 to ensure that
the driving blade has engaged the gate/foot assembly
guiding channel.
Complete 'cartridge' assembly
12. Loosen the lock P-616D and insert the whole head
assembly into the main body Q-016; the main cylinder
Q-018 engaging onto the piston assembly. Screw the head
assembly completely. Take care not do damage the
threads. Rotate the lock clockwise and tighten with the Allen
key using moderate force.
NEVER APPLY THREADLOCKER OR ADHESIVE ONTO
CYLINDER OR HEAD THREADS.
IT IS MOST IMPORTANT THAT THE MAIN CYLINDER BE
FULLY SCREWED & TIGHTENED ONTO THE HEAD
ASSEMBLY BEFORE BEING INSERTED INTO THE MAIN
BODY.
AFTER REASSEMBLY, ALWAYS ACTUATE THE TOOL
REPEATEDLY WITHOUT CLEATS AGAINST A PIECE OF
WOOD TO INSURE PROPER OPERATION.
This tool features a head lock to
maintain firmly in place the head
assembly during operation. Before
inserting the head assembly,
ensure that the P-616D lock is free
to swivel and rotate it away from
the head opening. After inserting
the head assembly in place, rotate
the P-616D lock and tighten with
the Allen key using moderate force.
To remove the head assembly, simply unscrew the P-616D
screw ¼ turn and rotate it counter-clockwise.
CLEANING THE VALVE
If the tool becomes sluggish or does not set the cleat, it may
indicate excessive dirt, dust, other particles, or even water, in the
head assembly, thereby impeding the cycling of the valve. The
first step in troubleshooting is to clean up the head assembly.
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Unscrew the head assembly Q-006 and take it out of the
tool. The long arm of a Allen wrench may be inserted into
one of hole at the base of head Q-006 to help unlock the
assembly.
Pull-out the piston assembly and unscrew the cylinder
Q-018. Perform a visual inspection of the driving blade
Q-023, the wear-ring Q-022A and the inner surface of the
cylinder Q-018. Do not remove the driving blade from the
piston.
Pull-out the valve assembly Q-043 and perform a visual
inspection of all rings. Check that the actuator assembly
Q-042/Q-044 is sliding easily on valve Q-043. Clean and
lubricate lightly. It is usually not necessary to take apart the
actuator assembly.
If necessary, actuator cap Q-044 may be unsnapped from
actuator Q-042 by inserting the long arm of an Allen wrench
through the hole on top of the actuator and using a hammer
with moderate force to get the parts apart.
Clean the inside wall of the head body Q-006 and lubricate
lightly with a non-detergent oil. Check the o-ring Q-006A. It
is generally not necessary to remove the head cap Q-001.
INSTALLING THE SAFETY
You shouldn't need to remove the safety stop mechanism unless
the element Q-061 do not swivel or has a broken tip.
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Assemble together parts Q-061, Q-061A , Q-061C and
Q-061D.
Insert the short end of Q-061B as shown.
Put two drops of adhesive sealant onto the thread area of
Q-061C, near its cylindrical end. Make sure no sealant is
retained on the end or exterior wall.
Insert the assembly into the hole in the tool body as shown.
Tight together with screw P-153A, holding Q-061C.
REPLACING THE DRIVING BLADE
The driving blade is not sold separately, but supplied as a
complete subassembly with the piston Q-022. Never remove the
driving blade from the piston.
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Unscrew the head assembly Q-006 and take it out of the
tool.
Pull-out the piston assembly from the cylinder. Remove any
debris and assess condition of cylinder Q-018. If marked or
grouged, use a fine sand paper to smooth out walls. The
piston Q-022 must be allowed to move without restriction.
Insert the piston sub-assembly into the main body Q-016
and engage the driving blade Q-023 in the seal bushing
opening. Depress the safety contact Q-062 to ensure that
the driving blade has engaged the gate/foot assembly
guiding channel.
Tighten the cylinder Q-018 onto the head Q-006 and follow
the procedure to complete the assembly of the head.
INSTALLING THE BASE ASSEMBLY
The plastic base can be installed or
removed without the need of a tool.
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First, insert connecting stem
Q-061B to the safety contact
Q-062.
Lift the safety contact and fully
slide-in the plastic base Q-033
onto the brackets Q-035A & B.
The safety contact should
simply drop into place. Insert
the locking rod Q-062A until it
snaps. It should engage the safety contact.
TROUBLESHOOTING
This section will help to diagnose common problems and will
give suggestions on how to solve them. Consult our on-line
Technical Support site at www.primatech.ca/support for
updated documents and more tips.
TO PREVENT INJURY, ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE
AIR SUPPLY HOSE WHEN ADJUSTING, SERVICING
OR DISASSEMBLING THE TOOL.
(1) FIRST: CHECK THE COMPRESSED AIR SUPPLY
Many of problems come from a faulty or inadequate
compressed air supply system. Before attempting to repair
the tool, the following points should be checked:
a) check the pressure at the output of the compressor;
adjust to 80-100 psi (5.5-7.0 bar) as required
b) check the tank pressure of the compressor & adjust the
start/stop limits
c) check the air delivery system
d) use fewer tools simultaneously; do not exceed the
capacity of the compressor or of the delivery system
e) drain water from the compressor
(2) SECOND: CHECK FOR AIR LEAKS
At rest, this tool should not have any air leak. Before
attempting to repair the tool and replace parts, check the
following:
a) Check rings Q-006A, Q-016A, Q-042A, Q-043B and
Q-043C; replace if necessary
b) The top edge of main cylinder Q-018 should be free of
dents.
c) Clean & lubricate the head assembly; re-assemble the
head assembly carefully
d) Check interior of head Q-006 for scratches
(3) TOOL DOES NOT DRIVE CLEATS
a) Check that there are cleats in the feeder channel
b) Make sure the feeder clip is engaged behind the cleats
c) Check the front end of the feeder channel for burrs or
damages
d) Check the safety mechanism
e) Check if the driver is stuck in down position (see 6
below)
f) Check for obstruction in the cleat ejection area
(4) CLEATS ARE NOT SET COMPLETELY
a) First, verify air supply (see 1 above)
b) Clean tool and lubricate tool; particularly the head
assembly
c) Increase air pressure when working with harder woods;
do not exceed 110 psi (7.6 bar)
d) Check the driving blade for broken end
e) Check piston wear-ring Q-022A; replace if piston is
sliding to easily
f) Check seal bushing Q-025B
g) Check the adjustment of the base and ensure the tool
is well seated on the floor while ejecting
(5) TOOL DOES NOT ACTIVATE
a) Check the air supply
b) Inspect the head assembly and check all seals;
reassemble carefully
(6) DRIVING BLADE DOES NOT RETURN
a) Check for jammed cleat or obstruction
b) Check gate/foot and end of feeder channel for
damages or burrs.
c) Check the driving blade Q-023
d) Inspect the head assembly and check all seals; clean
& lubricate.
e) Check band-valve Q-018A.
f) Check that the bumper Q-025A and seal bushing
Q-025B are in place.
(7) BROKEN OR WORN DRIVING BLADE
Replace the driving blade Q-023. Failure to follow the
instructions carefully will result in repeated breakage of the
driving blade.
(8) POOR FEED OR TOOL JAMMING
a) Make sure the feeder clip engages behind the cleats
b) Check the gate/foot assembly for damages or wear
c) Check the front end of the feeder channel for burrs or
damages
(9) OTHER PROBLEMS
Contact Primatech:
by phone
by email
1 (800) 363-1962
1 (418) 522-7744
[email protected]
consult our on-line Technical Support site at
http://www.primatech.ca/support
ACCESSORIES
Q-033F
Self-adhesive felt pad
P-080
Hammer
H-082
Double-head hammer
P-084
White rubber cap
P-090
Non detergent oil
A-800 Extension Handle
The A-800 extension handle allows to operate the tool at a
higher or lower position. Il provides a better tool control, improve
OTHER PRIMATECH NAILERS
PRIMATECH offers a full line of professional tools for the
installation of hardwood flooring. Standard models for 5/8" to
33/32" solid flooring (16-26 mm):
H300
'Single Hit' manual nailer
H330
'Multiple-Hits' manual nailer
P240
pneumatic nailer
P250A
Primpact pneumatic nailer with adjustable base
P250F
Primpact pneumatic nailer with standard fixed
base
ease and stability when sliding the tool sideways.
Models for solid flooring 3/8" to 5/8" (10-16 mm):
Q500
manual nailer
Q510
manual nailer with adjustable base
Q550
Primpact pneumatic nailer with adjustable base
R610
manual nailer for engineered flooring
PRIMATECH CLEATS
A-400 Prim-Jack
The Prim-Jack floor tightening jack is designed to
For best results with your Q550 pneumatic nailer, always use
PRIMATECH cleats:
hold flooring strips tight for nailing. It can straighten
crooked or bowed flooring strips and hold in the nailing
1¾" (45 mm), 18GA L-type
position. The Prim-Jack is designed as one tool that will
1½" (38 mm), 18GA L-type
both push or pull the flooring strips tight. With its
1¼" (32 mm), 18GA L-type
removable shoe you can efficiently position the jack on the
floor or in the field of flooring without damage to the
flooring, enabling hands-free operation for nailing.
Q550
REPLACEMENT PARTS
PIÈCES DE RECHANGE
Grip
Hammer
White rubber cap
Handle grip
Head lock
Head cap
Head body
Head o-rings
Main body
o-ring
Main cylinder
Band-valve
Wear ring
Piston / blade assembly
Bumper & seal bushing
Foot
Gate
Adjustable plastic base
Resting block
Bracket
Brackets
Cam axle
Left cam
Right cam
Actuator
u-cup seal
Valve
Actuator cap assembly
Clip assembly
Feeder channel assembly
Safety anchor
Connecting stem
Spring
Safety contact
Locking rod
H-083A
P-080
P-084
P-154
P-616D
Q-001
Q-006
Q-006A
Q-016
Q-016A
Q-018
Q-018A
Q-022A
Q-023
Q-025
Q-029
Q-032
Q-033
Q-034
Q-034A
Q-035 A&B
Q-036
Q-036A
Q-036B
Q-042
Q-042A
Q-043
Q-044
Q-046
Q-048
Q-061
Q-061B
Q-061D
Q-062
Q-062A
Gaine
Marteau
Caoutchouc du marteau
Gaine
Barrure de tête
Chapeau
Tête
Joints torique de la tête
Bâti
Joint torique
Cylindre
Élastique
Bague d'usure
Piston & tige de poussée
Pare-chocs & bague d'étanchéité
Plaque
Plaque guide
Semelle ajustable
Bloc d'appui
Équerre
Équerres
Axe des cames
Came gauche
Came droit
Déclencheur
Joint rectangulaire
Valve
Couvercle du déclencheur
Coulisseau
Magasin assemblé
Butoir
Tige de connexion
Ressort
Palpeur de sécurité
Tige de blocage
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IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
TOUJOURS
RESSERRER
FERMEMENT LE CYLINDRE SUR LA
TÊTE AVANT D ' INTRODUIRE
L'ASSEMBLAGE DANS L'OUTIL.
ALWAYS
BEFORE
TIGHTEN BY HAND
INSERTING OR
TIGHTENING THE VALVE ASSEMBLY
INTO THE TOOL.
NE
JAMAIS UTILISER DE
SCELLANT OU ADHÉSIF SUR LES
FILETS DU CYLINDRE OU DE LA
TÊTE.
NEVER APPLY THREAD SEALANT
OR ADHESIVE ONTO CYLINDER OR
HEAD THREADS.
CAUTION
ATTENTION
TO PREVENT INJURY, ALWAYS DISCONNECT
AIR SUPPLY WHEN ADJUSTING, SERVICING OR
DISASSEMBLING THE TOOLS.
POUR
ÉVITER TOUT RISQUE DE BLESSURE,
TOUJOURS DÉCONNECTER L’ALIMENTATION EN
AIR COMPRIMÉ LORS DE L’ENTRETIENT OU DU
DÉMONTAGE DE L’OUTIL.
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
TO THE INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL AND
READ THE "SAFETY MEASURES" SECTION
BEFORE USING OR SERVICING TOOLS.
RÉFÉRER À LA NOTICE D’UTILISATION ET LIRE LA
SECTION "CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ" AVANT
D’UTILISER OU RÉPARER L’OUTIL.
www.primatech.ca/support
www.primatech.ca/support
Consult our on-line Technical Support site
for updated documents.
Consultez notre site de soutien technique
pour une mise à jour des documents.
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