bp-n26sa automatic shut-off angle nutrunner

BP-N26SA AUTOMATIC SHUT-OFF
ANGLE NUTRUNNER
Actual product may be slightly different from the product described herein.
Tool Specification:
Free Speed :
350 RPM
Working Torque Range:
101-230 ft-lbs (11.5- 26Nm)
Air Inlet:
1/4” NPT
Air Pressure:
90 P.S.I.
Average Air Consumption: 3 CFM
Weight:
1.45 KG
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AIR SUPPLY SETUP AND CONNECTION
1. For optimal results you should incorporate a regulator, oiler and an inline filter.
2. If you are not using an automatic lubricating system, before operating the tool, add a few
drops of Pneumatic Tool Oil to the air-line connection. Add more after each hour of constant
using.
3. Do not exceed maximum air pressure of 90 PSI/ 6.2 bar or as stated on tool nameplate.
To prevent serious injury, read and understand all warning and instructions
before use.
SAFETY RULES
READ, UNDERSTAND AND KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS,
WARNING Failure to follow all instructions listed below may result in serious injury.
WORK AREA HAZARD & PERSONAL SAFETY
1. Keep your work area clean and well lit.
2. Do not operate power tools in explosive atmospheres, such as in the presence of combustible
liquid, gases or dust. Power tools create sparks which may ignite the dust or fumes.
3. Disconnect tool before performing service or when not in use.
4. High sound levels can cause permanent hearing loss. Use hearing protection during
operation.
5. Maintain a balanced body position and secure footing.
6. Slips/Trips/Falls are a major cause of serious injury or death. Be aware of excess hose left on
the working floor.
7. 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 the
tool and consult a physician.
8. Always wear impact-resistant eye and face protection when operating, repairing or performing
maintenance of the tool or while changing tool accessories.
TOOL USE AND CARE
1. Use support handle or other method to secure and support the work piece to a stable
platform.
2. Do not force the tool. Use the correct tool for your application. Using the correct tool which is
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specifically designed for a select job will provide better tool performance and make the job
easier.
Disconnect the air supply before making any adjustments, changing accessories, or storing
the tool. Always disconnect the air supply before performing any inspection, maintenance or
tool cleaning.
Use only accessories recommended by the manufacturer for your model.
When using a tool that is designed to have a guard, the guard should be in place to provide
protection from flying debris, grinding residue or sparks.
Do not leave the tool unattended when it is connected to an air supply.
Use compressed air only.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
ONLY use accessories recommended by Sunmatch. Check the position of the reversing
mechanism before operating the tool so as to be aware of the direction of rotation when
operating. Use only impact sockets and accessories. Do not use the hand sockets or
accessories. Check the drive end of the tool to make sure that the socket retainer functions
correctly and that sockets and drive ends are not excessively worn which may allow the socket to
come off when rotating. Connections requiring specific torque must be checked with a torque
meter after fitting with an impact wrench.
LUBRICATION & MAINTENANCE
Lubricate the tool daily with a high grade of air tool oil. If no air line oiler is used, run a teaspoon
of oil through the tool. The oil can be squirted into the tool air inlet, or into the hose at the nearest
connection to the air supply, prior to operating the tool. A rust inhibitive oil is acceptable for air
tools.
Boston Pneumatic Tools and Assembly Systems
Tel : +1 (214) 586 3765
www.bostonpneumatic.com