NAIL AND STAPLE GUN NAGEL-EN NIETPISTOOL

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
HANDLEIDING
Operation manual and security
instructions inside the box.
Use safety glasses.
Keep this tool away from children.
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and trade dress used under license
to Nine HKG, Ltd.
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Importer:
Zhong Nan Trading CO., Gompertsstraat nr.78-80, Suriname
FAT-0113
FAT-0113
NAIL AND STAPLE GUN
NAGEL-EN NIETPISTOOL
EN · NL
EN
ENGLISH
NL
NEDERLANDS
ORIGINAL INSTRUCTION MANUAL
VERTAALDE VERSIE VAN DE ORIGINELE HANDLEIDING
FAT-0113
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APPLICATION .......................................................... 2
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DESCRIPTION (FIG A) ............................................. 2
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PACKAGE CONTENT LIST ......................................... 2
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IMPORTANT SAFETY RULES ..................................... 3
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FEATURES ................................................................ 4
5.1
Air supply ............................................................................................................ 4
6
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS .................................... 5
6.1
Loading fastener and operation............................................................................ 5
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MAINTENANCE ........................................................ 5
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TECHNICAL DATA .................................................... 6
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TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................ 6
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ENVIRONMENT ........................................................ 8
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY .............................. 8
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2 IN 1 COMBI NAILER
FAT-0113
1 APPLICATION
Use for almost any finish, furniture, cabinetry, panelling, trim, or craft application.
It is not designed for commercial use.
WARNING! Please read and understand this operating manual
before use and keep it for your future reference. Your air tool
should only be passed on together with these instructions.
2 DESCRIPTION (FIG A)
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Trigger exhaust vent
¼” coupler
Magazine lock
Magazine
Nailer nose
Grease shaft lock
Trigger
3 PACKAGE CONTENT LIST
Remove all packing materials
Remove remaining packaging and transit supports (if existing)
Check the completeness of the packing content
Check the appliance and all accessories for transportation damages.
Keep the packaging materials as far as possible till the end of the warranty
period. Dispose it into your local waste disposal system afterwards.
WARNING Packing materials are no toys! Children must not
play with plastic bags! Danger of suffocation!
Packed in BMC , containing :
1pc 2-in-1 combi nailer
1pc oil pot
2pcs allen key
1pc CE goggle
500pcs 20mm nail
500pcs 32mm nail
500pcs 25mm staple
500pcs 16mm staple
1pc Instruction manual
When parts are missing or damaged, please contact your
dealer.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY RULES
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Fig 1
Fig 2
Fig 3
KEEP CHILDREN AWAY. All children should be kept away from the work area. Don’t let
them handle the tool.
USE SAFETY GLASS AND EAR PROTECTION: Air tool operators and others in work
area should always wear safety glass to prevent the injury from fasteners and flying
debris when loading and unloading this tool. Maybe the noise would harm your hearing,
wear the ear protection to safeguard.
(See fig 1.)
NEVER USE OXYGEN, COMBUSTIBLE OR ANY OTHER BOTTLE GAS as a power
source or would cause explosion and serious personal injury.
(See fig 2.)
DO NOT CONNECT TOOL TO COMPRESSED AIR which pressure exceeds 8.3 bar
(120psi).
DO NOT PLACE OVER-LONG AIR HOSE in working area in case of the operator’s
unexpected tripping .Make sure all connections are tight.
CARRING TOOL ONLY BY THE HANDLE do not keep the trigger pull on safety yoke
mechanism to avoid unintentional firing of fastener.
KEEP THE TOOL POINTED AWAY FROM YOURSELF and others at all time and keep
hands, any body parts away rear area to Safety guard against possible injury.
DISCONNECT TOOL FROM AIR SUPPLY BEFORE LOADING fasteners to prevent a
fastener from being fired during connection. (See fig3.)
DO NOT KEEP THE TIRGGER OR SAFETY DEPRESSED during loading fasteners or
the unintentional firing of a fastener would cause personal injury.
DISCONNECT TOOL FROM AIR SUPPLY HOSE and close the compressor before
performing maintenance, alter the accessories or during non-operation.
DO NOT DRIVE FASTENERS CLOSE TO THE EDGE OF THE WORK PIECE. The
workpiece would split allowing fastener to fly free or ricochet causing personal injury.
DO NOT DRIVE FASTENER ON TOP OF NAILED FASTENER, or the fastener can
ricochet causing personal injury.
NEVER USE A TOOL that is leaking air, had missing or damaged parts or requires repair
and make sure all the screws and securely tightened.
MAKE DAILY INSPECTION FOR FREE MOVEMENT of trigger, safety mechanism and
spring to insure the tool can operate well.
ONLY USE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES recommend by manufacturer.
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5 FEATURES
Your 2-in-1 Combi Nailer FAT-0113 drives Gauge.18* finish nails from 15mm
to 32mm length and Gauge.18* staples from 16mm to 32mm length.
2-in 1 magazine ,shoot staples and finish nails without adjustment.
Die-cast aluminum body for strong driving and light weight.
Features 360-degree exhaust port can be adjusted to any direction.
Aluminum alloy magazine with large capacity.
Continuous firing for high efficient working.
Excellent for book cases, drawers, window trim, finish paneling, wooden toys,
cabinets and etc.
(* Gauge 18 = thickness x width : 1.25m x 1 mm)
5.1
Air supply
Use clean, Dry and Regulated compressed air at 4-7 bar (60-100psi)
Never exceed maximum and minimum pressure. Too low or too high pressure
would cause noise, fast-worn or misfiring.
When connecting air supply always keep hands and body from discharge area
of tool.
A filter-regulator-lubrication is required and should be located as close to tool
as possible.(see fig.4)
Keep air filter clean. A dirty filter will reduce the air pressure to the tool
causing a reduction in power and efficiency.
For better performance, install a quick connector in your tool and quick coupler
on the hose if possible.
Be sure all connections in air supply system are sealed to prevent air loss.
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Tool
Quick connector
Quick coupler
Air hose
Quick connector
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Quick coupler
Oiler
Regulator
Filter
Air compressor
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6 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
6.1
EN
Loading fastener and operation
WARNING: Always disconnect the tool from the compressed air
before loading. When loading the tool always point the tool
away from yourself and others. Make sure that you are not
holding the tool with trigger depressed while loading the tool.
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Insert a strip of fasteners into magazine Keeping it point down.
Release the latch and pusher, slid the pusher against the nails.
Never operate tool unless safety nose is contact with workpiece. Do not operate tool
without fasteners or damage to tool may result.
Never fire fasteners into air because fasteners may injury operator or others and damage
to tool may result.
The air tool is equipped with safety stand mechanism that disable tool unless safety stand
is pushed against work. hold gun body firmly and press safety stand on workpiece where
fastener is to be applied. Pull the trigger to drive fastener into workpiece.
This operating procedure provides rapid-fire fastener driving. Never operate tool unless
safety stand is in contact with workpiece.
The driven depth of the fastener can be changed by turning adjustment nut in either
direction.
7 MAINTENANCE
WARNING: Disconnect the tool from the air compressor before
adjusting, clearing jams, servicing, relocating and during non
operation.
Regular lubrication. If you use your tool without using the in-liner automatic oilier, place 2
or 6 drops of pneumatic tool oil into the air inlet before each work day or after 2 hours of
continuous use depending in the characteristic of work piece or type of fasteners.
Air-operated tools must be inspected periodically, and worn or broken parts must be
replaced to keep the tool operating safely and efficiently. Check and change all worn or
damaged O-ring, Seals, etc. Tight all the screws and caps to prevent personal injury.
Make regular inspection for free movement of trigger, spring and safety mechanism to
assure safe system is complete and functional: no loose and missing parts, no building up
of dirt and no jammed fasteners.
Keep magazine and nose of tool clean and free of any dirt lint or abrasive particles.
When temperatures are below freezing, tools should be kept warm by any convenient,
safe method.
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8 TECHNICAL DATA
MODEL
Capacity
Nail length
Staple length
Fastener size
Operation pressure
Air inlet
Dimension
Weight
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100pcs
15-32mm(5/8”-1 1/4”)
16-32mm (5/8”-1 1/4”)
18Gauge (1.25×1.00mm) nails
18Gauge(1.25×1.00mm) staples
4-7bar (60-100PSI)
1/4”N.P.T.
75×275×205mm
1.1kg
9 TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING: If any of the following symptoms appears during
your operating, stop using the tool immediately, or serious
personal injury could result. Only a qualified persons or an
authorized service center can perform repairs or replacement of
tool.
Disconnect tool from air supply before attempting repair or
adjustment. When replacing O-rings or Cylinder, lubricate with
air tool oil before assembly.
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SYMPTOM
PROBLEM
SOLUTIONS
Air leak near top of
tool or in trigger area
O-ring in trigger valve is
damaged.
Trigger valve head are
damage.
Trigger valve stem, seal or
O-ring are damaged.
Loose screws.
Worn or damaged O-rings
or bumper.
Loose screws.
Worn or damaged O-rings
or seals.
Worn bumper.
Air pressure is too high.
Inadequate air supply.
Inadequate lubrication.
Check and replace O-ring.
Air leak near bottom
of tool.
Air leak between body
and cylinder cap.
Blade driving fastener
too deep.
Tool does not operate
well: can not drive
fastener or operate
sluggishly.
Tool skips fasteners.
Tool jams.
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Worn or damaged O-rings
or seals.
Exhaust port in cylinder
head is blocked.
Worn bumper or damaged
spring.
Dirt in front plate.
Dirt or damage prevents
fasteners from moving
freely in magazine.
Worn or dry O-ring on
piston or lack of
Lubrication.
Cylinder covers seal
leaking.
Incorrect or damaged
fasteners.
Damaged or worn driver
guide.
Magazine or nose screw
loose.
Magazine is dirty.
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Check and replace.
Check and replace trigger
valve stem, seal or O-ring
Tighten screws.
Check and replace O-rings
or bumper.
Tighten screw.
Check and replace O-rings
or bumper.
Replace bumper.
Adjust the air pressure.
Verify adequate air supply.
Place 2 or 6 drops of oil
into air inlet.
Check and replace O-rings
or seal.
Replace damaged internal
parts.
Replace bumper or pusher
spring.
Clean drive channel on
front plate.
Magazine needs to be
cleaned.
O-ring needs to be
replaced and lubricate.
Replace Sealing washer.
Change and use correct
fastener.
Check and replace the
driver.
Tighten the magazine.
Clean the magazine.
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ENVIRONMENT
Should your appliance need replacement after extended use, do not dispose of it
with the household refuse, but in an environmentally safe way.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Zhong Nan Trading CO., Gompertsstraat nr.78-80, Suriname, declares that,
Product : Pneumatic 2-in-1 combi nailer.
Trade mark : Ford-tools
Model : FAT-0113
Is in conformity with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of
the applicable European Directives, based on the application of European
harmonized standards. Any unauthorized modification of the apparatus voids this
declaration.
European Directives (including, if applicable, their amendments):
2006/42/EC
European harmonized standards (including, if applicable, their amendments):
EN792-13: 2000
Keeper of the technical documentation :
Zhong Nan Trading CO., Gompertsstraat nr.78-80, Suriname
The undersigned acts on behalf of the company management,
Wu Shaohuai
General Manager
Date : 01/06/15
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