www.heinner.com VTE001
Instructions - GB
Instrucțiuni de utilizare - RO
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Instrukcja obsługi - PL
When using equipment, a few safety precautions must be observed to avoid
injuries and damage. Please read the complete operating manual with due
care. Keep this manual in a safe place, so that the information is available at
all times. If you give the equipment to any other person, give them these
operating instructions as well. We accept no liability for damage or accidents
which arise due to non-observance of these instructions and safety
Read all safety regulations. Any errors made in following the safety regulations
may result in an electric shock, fire and/or serious injury. The term `electric
tool` used in the safety instructions refers to electric tools operated from the
mains power supply (with a power cable) and to battery operated electric tools
(without a power cable).
Workplace safety
Keep your work area clean and well illuminated. Untidy or unlit work areas
can result in accidents.
Do not operate the electric tool in an environment where there is a risk of
explosions and where there are inflammable liquids, gases or dust. Electric
tools produce sparks which could set the dust or vapors alight.
Keep the electric tool out of the reach of children and other persons. If there
is a distraction, you may lose control of the appliance.
Electrical safety
The connector plug from this electric tool must fit into the socket. The plug
should never be altered in any way. Never use adapter plugs together with
earthed electric tools. Unaltered plugs and correct sockets reduce the risk of
an electric shock.
Avoid bodily contact with earthed surfaces such as pipes, heating, ovens and
fridges. The risk of electrical shock is increased if your body is earthed.
Keep the tool out of the rain and away from moisture. The ingress of water
into an electric tool increases the risk of an electric shock.
Do not use the cable to carry the electric tool, to hang it or to pull it out of
the socket. Keep the cable away from heat, oil, sharp edges and moving parts
of the appliance.
If you are working outdoors with an electric tool, only use extension cables
which are designed specifically for this purpose. Using specially designed
outdoor extension cables, the risk of electric shock is reduced.
If operation of the electrical tool in a damp environment cannot be avoided,
use an earth-leakage circuit-breaker. The earth leakage circuit-breaker
reduces the risk of an electric shock.
Safety of persons
Be careful, watch what you are doing and use an electric tool sensibly. Do
not use the tool if you are tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol or
medication. A moment of inattention when using the electric tool can result
in serious injuries.
Wear personal protection equipment. Wearing personal protection (such as
dust masks, non-slip safety shoes, safety helmet or ear protection, depending
upon the type and use of the electric tool) reduces the risk of injury.
Make sure that the appliance cannot start up accidentally. Ensure that the
electric tool is switched off before you connect it to the power supply and/or
insert the battery, or pick up or carry the tool. If your finger is on the switch
whilst carrying the electric tool or if you connect the appliance to the mains
when it is switched on, this can lead to accidents.
Remove the keys and wrenches before switching on the electric tool. A tool
or key which comes into contact with rotating parts of the appliance can lead
to injuries.
Avoid abnormal working postures. Make sure you stand squarely and keep
your balance at all times. In this way, you can control the electric tool better
in unexpected circumstances.
Wear suitable work clothes. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry. Keep hair,
clothes and gloves away from moving parts. Loose clothing, jewelry or long
hair can get trapped in moving parts.
If vacuuming devices and draining devices can be fitted, make sure that these
are correctly attached and correctly used. The use of a dust extraction system
can reduce the danger posed by dust.
Usage and treatment of the electric tool
Do not overload the appliance. Use the correct tool for your work. You will
be able to work better and more safely within the given performance
Do not use an electrical tool with a defective switch. An electric tool that
cannot be switched on or off is dangerous and must be repaired.
Pull the plug out of the socket and/or remove the battery before making any
adjustments to the appliance, changing accessories or put the appliance
down. This safety measure prevents starting the electric tool unintentionally.
Keep unused electric tools out of the reach of children. Do not allow people
who are not familiar with the appliance or who have to read these
instructions to use the appliance. Electric tools are dangerous if they are used
by inexperienced people.
Clean your electric tool carefully. Check whether moving parts are
functioning properly and not jamming, whether parts are broken or damaged
enough that the functioning of this electric tool is affected. Have damaged
parts repaired before using the appliance. Many accidents are caused by
badly maintained electric tools.
Keep your cutting tools sharp and clean.
Carefully maintained cutting tools with sharp edges will jam less and are easier
to control.
Make sure to use electric tools, accessories, attachments, etc. in accordance
with these instructions. Take the conditions in your work area and the job in
hand into account. Using electric tools for any purpose other than the one for
which they are intended can lead to dangerous situations.
Using and handling the cordless tool
Ensure that the tool is switched off before you insert the battery. Inserting a
battery into a tool that is switched on can cause accidents.
Only charge the batteries in chargers that are recommended by the
manufacturer. A charger that is designed for a certain type of battery may pose
a fire risk if it used with other type of batteries.
Use only the correct batteries in the electric tools. The use of other batteries
may result in injuries and a fire risk.
Keep unused batteries away from paper clips, coins, keys, nails, screws and
other metallic objects that could cause a short circuit between the contacts.
A short circuit between the battery contacts may cause burns or a fire.
In case of incorrect use, fluid may escape from the battery. Avoid contact with
it. If you touch it by accident, rinse the affected area with water. If you get the
fluid in your eyes, also seek medical advice.
Have your electric tool repaired only by trained personnel using only genuine
spare parts. This will ensure that your electric tool remains safe to use.
Description of symbols
Pay attention to all the signs and symbols shown in these instructions and on
your tool. Make a note of these signs and symbols. If you interpret the signs
and symbols correctly, your work with the machine will be safer and better.
Read the instructions for use before starting the machine!
Wear safety goggles!
Wear ear protection!
Always use breathing apparatus when machining materials which
generate dust!
The cordless drill is designed for inserting and removing screws as well as
drilling into wood, metal and plastic.
The machine is to be used only for its prescribed purpose. Any other use is
deemed to be a case of misuse. The user/operator and not the manufacturer
will be liable for any damage or injuries of any kind caused as a result of this.
Please note that our equipment has not been designed for use in commercial,
trade or industrial applications. Our warranty will be voided if the machine is
used in commercial, trade or industrial business or for equivalent purposes.
Technical data
Voltage: 18V (Li-Ion) 1300 mAh
No Load Speed: 0-350rpm/0-1050rpm
Torque Setting: 15+1
Keyless Chuck: 10 mm
Charge Time: 3-5 hours
Torque Ring
Speed selection button
Rotation directions
Magnetic materials
Battery unlock buttons
Battery pack
Before starting the equipment
Check the tool each time before you use it. If any flaw is visible, take the tool
to qualified personnel to fix it. Do not open the tool.
Charge the battery using the provided adapter.
Use only drills with sharp edges, in very good condition and appropriate for
the material used.
When drilling into walls, please check for the existence of hidden electric
cables, gas and water pipes.
During the functioning, the level of noise can reach 69dB - wear ear
When processing materials that produce dust or shaving, wear
safety goggles!
Dust from the materials you are working on, like lead paint, can harm
your organism – wear a breathing apparatus.
Remove the battery pack from the handle pressing the battery release latch.
Connect the charging table to the charging adapter. Plug the battery into the
charging adapter. Both LEDs will now indicate that the battery is charging.
The cordless drill is equipped with a mechanical torque setting. The torque for
a specific size of screw is selected with the set-collar. The tool must be at a
standstill when you set the torque with the setting ring.
With the direction selector, you can select the rotation direction of the drill.
To avoid causing any damage to the gearing, it is advisable to change the
direction of rotation only when the tool is at a standstill.
Variable speed control is possible with the on/off switch. The further you press
the switch, the higher the speed of the tool.
Open the chuck. The opening must be large enough to hold the tool. Choose
the needed drill and push it as far as possible in the chuck opening. Tighten the
chuck and check that the drill is secure.
Cleaning and maintenance
Keep the case and cooling vents clean to prevent the motor overheating. Clean
the tool on a regular basis using a cloth.
Electrical and electronic equipment waste (WEEE) might contain dangerous
materials which can have a negative impact on the environment and human
health if not collected separately.
This item is in conformity with the European Directive EU WEEE (2012/19/EU)
and is marked with an electronic and electrical waste logo graphically
represented in the image below.
This icon shows that WEEE should not be collected with household
waste but separately.
We recommend you to consider the following:
- Materials and components used when manufacturing this item are high
quality materials which can be reused and recycled;
- Do not throw away the item with household waste at the end of life;
- Take the item to a collecting point where it will be collected for free;
- Please contact the local authorities for details on the collecting centers.
Conformity with the RoHS Directive: the item you purchased is in conformity
with the EU Directive RoHS (2011/65/UE). It does not contain materials listed
as harmful or prohibited in the Directive.
Thank you for helping us protect the environment and our health!
Manufactured for
Network One Distribution
Marcel Iancu St., no. 3-5, Bucharest, 020757
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