STDC18HBK | Stanley STDC18HBK HAMMER DRILL instruction manual

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FIG A
FIG B
FIG C
FIG D
FIG E
FIG F
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FIG G
FIG I
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FIG H
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Intended use
Your STANLEY drill/screwdriver has been designed for
screwdriving applications and for drilling in wood, metal,
plastics and soft masonry.
Safety instructions
General power tool safety warnings
Warning! Read all safety warnings and all
instructions. Failure to follow the warnings and
instructions listed below may result in electric
shock, fire and/or serious injury.
Save all warnings and instructions for future reference.
The term "power tool" in all of the warnings listed below
refers to your mains operated (corded) power tool or battery
operated (cordless) power tool.
1. Work area safety
a. Keep work area clean and well lit. Cluttered or dark
areas invite accidents.
b. Do not operate power tools in explosive
atmospheres, such as in the presence of flammable
liquids, gases or dust. Power tools create sparks which
may ignite the dust or fumes.
c. Keep children and bystanders away while operating
a power tool. Distractions can cause you to lose control.
2. Electrical safety
a. Power tool plugs must match the outlet. Never
modify the plug in any way. Do not use any adapter
plugs with earthed (grounded) power tools.
Unmodified plugs and matching outlets will reduce risk of
electric shock.
b. Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded
surfaces such as pipes, radiators, ranges and
refrigerators. There is an increased risk of electric
shock if your body is earthed or grounded.
c. Do not expose power tools to rain or wet conditions.
Water entering a power tool will increase the risk of
electric shock.
d. Do not abuse the cord. Never use the cord for
carrying, pulling or unplugging the power tool. Keep
cord away from heat, oil, sharp edges or moving
parts. Damaged or entangled cords increase the risk of
electric shock.
e. When operating a power tool outdoors, use an
extension cord suitable for outdoor use. Use of a
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cord suitable for outdoor use reduces the risk of electric
shock.
f. If operating a power tool in a damp location is
unavoidable, use a residual current device (RCD)
protected supply. Use of an RCD reduces the risk of
electric shock.
3. Personal safety
a. Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use
common sense when operating a power tool. Do not
use a power tool while you are tired or under the
influence of drugs, alcohol or medication. A moment
of inattention while operating power tools may result in
serious personal injury.
b. Use personal protective equipment. Always wear eye
protection. Protective equipment such as dust mask,
non-skid safety shoes, hard hat, or hearing protection
used for appropriate conditions will reduce personal
injuries.
c. Prevent unintentional starting. Ensure the switch is in
the off-position before connecting to power source
and/or battery pack, picking up or carrying the tool.
Carrying power tools with your finger on the switch or
energising power tools that have the switch on invites
accidents.
d. Remove any adjusting key or wrench before turning
the power tool on. A wrench or a key left attached to a
rotating part of the power tool may result in personal
injury.
e. Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at
all times. This enables better control of the power tool in
unexpected situations.
f. Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or
jewellery. Keep your hair, clothing and gloves away
from moving parts. Loose clothes, jewellery or long hair
can be caught in moving parts.
g. If devices are provided for the connection of dust
extraction and collection facilities, ensure these are
connected and properly used. Use of dust collection
can reduce dust-related hazards.
4. Power tool use and care
a. Do not force the power tool. Use the correct power
tool for your application. The correct power tool will do
the job better and safer at the rate for which it was
designed.
b. Do not use the power tool if the switch does not turn
it on and off. Any power tool that cannot be controlled
with the switch is dangerous and must be repaired.
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c. Disconnect the plug from the power source and/or
the battery pack from the power tool before making
any adjustments, changing accessories, or storing
power tools. Such preventive safety measures reduce
the risk of starting the power tool accidentally.
d. Store idle power tools out of the reach of children
and do not allow persons unfamiliar with the power
tool or these instructions to operate the power tool.
Power tools are dangerous in the hands of untrained
users.
e. Maintain power tools. Check for misalignment or
binding of moving parts, breakage of parts and any
other condition that may affect the power tools
operation. If damaged, have the power tool repaired
before use. Many accidents are caused by poorly
maintained power tools.
f. Keep cutting tools sharp and clean. Properly
maintained cutting tools with sharp cutting edges are
less likely to bind and are easier to control.
g. Use the power tool, accessories and tool bits etc. in
accordance with these instructions, taking into
account the working conditions and the work to be
performed. Use of the power tool for operations different
from those intended could result in a hazardous
situation.
5. Battery tool use and care
a. Recharge only with the charger specified by the
manufacturer. A charger that is suitable for one type of
battery pack may create a risk of fire when used with
another battery pack.
b. Use power tools only with specifically designated
battery packs. Use of any other battery packs may
create a risk of injury and fire.
c. When battery pack is not in use, keep it away from
other metal objects, like paper clips, coins, keys,
nails, screws, or other small metal objects, that can
make a connection from one terminal to another.
Shorting the battery terminals together may cause burns
or a fire.
d. Under abusive conditions, liquid may be ejected
from the battery; avoid contact. If contact accidentally occurs, fl ush with water. If liquid contacts eyes,
additionally seek medical help. Liquid ejected from the
battery may cause irritation or burns.
6. Service
a. Have your power tool serviced by a qualified repair
person using only identical replacement parts. This
will ensure that the safety of the power tool is
maintained.
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Additional power tool safety warnings
Warning! Additional safety warnings for drills and
impact drills.
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Wear ear protectors with percussion drills. Exposure
to noise can cause hearing loss.
Use auxiliary handles supplied with the tool. Loss of
control can cause personal injury.
Hold power tool by insulated gripping surfaces when
performing an operation where the cutting accessory
may contact hidden wiring or its own cord. Cutting
accessory contacting a "live" wire may make exposed
metal parts of the power tool "live" and could give the
operator an electric shock.
Hold power tool by insulated gripping surfaces when
performing an operation where the fastener may
contact hidden wiring. Fasteners contacting a “live” wire
may make exposed metal parts of the power tool “live”
and could give the operator an electric shock
Use clamps or another practical way to secure and
support the workpiece to a stable platform. Holding
the work by hand or against your body leaves it unstable
and may lead to loss of control.
Before drilling into walls, fl oors or ceilings, check for the
location of wiring and pipes.
Avoid touching the tip of a drill bit just after drilling, as it
may be hot.
This tool is not intended for use by persons (including
children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless
they have been given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible
for their safety. Children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
The intended use is described in this instruction manual.
The use of any accessory or attachment or performance
of any operation with this tool other than those
recommended in this instruction manual may present a
risk of personal injury and/or damage to property.
Residual risks
Additional residual risks may arise when using the tool which
may not be included in the enclosed safety warnings. These
risks can arise from misuse, prolonged use etc.
Even with the application of the relevant safety regulations
and the implementation of safety devices, certain residual
risks can not be avoided. These include:
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Injuries caused by touching any rotating/moving parts.
Injuries caused when changing any parts, blades or
accessories.
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Injuries caused by prolonged use of a tool. When using
any tool for prolonged periods ensure you take regular
breaks.
Impairment of hearing.
Health hazards caused by breathing dust developed
when using your tool (example:- working with wood,
especially oak, beech and MDF.)
Vibration
The declared vibration emission values stated in the
technical data and the declaration of conformity have been
measured in accordance with a standard test method
provided by EN 60745 and may be used for comparing one
tool with another. The declared vibration emission value may
also be used in a preliminary assessment of exposure.
Warning! The vibration emission value during actual use of
the power tool can differ from the declared value depending
on the ways in which the tool is used. The vibration level
may increase above the level stated.
When assessing vibration exposure to determine safety
measures required by 2002/44/EC to protect persons
regularly using power tools in employment, an estimation of
vibration exposure should consider, the actual conditions of
use and the way the tool is used, including taking account of
all parts of the operating cycle such as the times when the
tool is switched off and when it is running idle in addition to
the trigger time.
Labels on tool
The following pictograms are shown on the tool:
Warning! To reduce the risk of injury, the user must
read the instruction manual.
Position of date barcode
The Date Code, which also includes the year of
manufacture, is printed into the housing.
Example:
2014 XX JN
Year of manufacturing
Additional safety instructions for
batteries and chargers
Batteries
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Never attempt to open for any reason.
Do not expose the battery to water.
Do not store in locations where the temperature may
exceed 40 °C.
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Charge only at ambient temperatures between 10 °C and
40 °C.
Charge only using the charger provided with the tool.
When disposing of batteries, follow the instructions given
in the section “Protecting the environment”.
Do not attempt to charge damaged batteries.
Chargers
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Use your charger only to charge the battery in the tool
with which it was supplied. Other batteries could burst,
causing personal injury and damage.
Never attempt to charge non-rechargeable batteries.
Have defective cords replaced immediately.
Do not expose the charger to water.
Do not open the charger.
Do not probe the charger.
The charger is intended for indoor use only.
Read the instruction manual before use.
The charger automatically shuts off if the ambient
temperature becomes too high. The thermal cut out
operates only once and then requires complete replacement.
Electrical safety
Your charger is double insulated; therefore no earth
wire is required. Always check that the mains
voltage corresponds to the voltage on the rating
plate. Never attempt to replace the charger unit with a regular
mains plug.
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If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the
manufacturer or an authorised STANLEY Service Centre
in order to avoid a hazard.
Features
This tool includes some or all of the following features.
1. Variable speed switch
2. Forward/reverse slider
3. Mode selector / torque adjustment collar
4. Chuck
5. Speed selector
6. Bit holder
7. Battery
FIG. A
8. Charger plug
9. Charger
10. Charger receptacle
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Assembly
Warning! Before assembly, remove the battery from the
tool.
were easily done before. When charging the battery for the
first time, or after prolonged storage, it will only accept an
80% charge. After several charge and discharge cycles, the
battery will attain full capacity. The battery may become warm
while charging; this is normal and does not indicate a
problem.
Fitting and removing the battery (FIG. B & C)
• To fit the battery (7), line it up with the receptacle on the
tool. Slide the battery into the receptacle and push until
Warning! Do not charge the battery at ambient temperatures
the battery snaps into place.
• To remove the battery, push the release button (11) while below 10 °C or above 40 °C. Recommended charging
at the same time pulling the battery out of the receptacle. temperature: approx. 24 °C.
Using the charger
• To charge the battery (7), remove it from the tool and
slide the charger receptacle (10) onto the battery.
• Plug in the charger (9).
Fitting and removing a drill bit or screwdriver bit (FIG. D) The battery will become warm while charging. After approx. 3
hours of charging, the battery will be sufficiently charged for
This tool is fitted with a keyless chuck to allow for an easy
use in regular applications. After approx. 8-10 hours of
exchange of bits.
charging, the battery will be fully charged.
• Lock the tool by setting the forward/reverse slider (2) to
• Remove the charger receptacle from the battery.
the centre position.
• Open the chuck by turning the front part (13) with one
Charger with charging plug
hand while holding the rear part (14) with the other.
• To charge the battery, make sure that it is fitted on the
• Insert the bit shaft (15) into the chuck and firmly tighten
drill.
the chuck. This tool is supplied with a double-ended
• Insert the charger plug (8) into the connector.
screwdriver bit in the bit holder (6).
• To remove the screwdriver bit from the bit holder, lift the • Plug in the charger.
• Switch on at the mains.
bit from the recess.
• To store the screwdriver bit, firmly push it into the holder. After normal use, a charging time of 3 hours will provide
sufficient power for most applications.
However, further charging for up to 6 hours could significantly
Removing and refitting the chuck (FIG. E)
increase the use time, depending on the battery and charging
• Open the chuck as far as possible.
conditions.
• Remove the chuck retaining screw by turning it
• Disconnect the tool from the charger.
clockwise using a screwdriver.
Warning! Do not use the tool while it is connected to the
• Tighten an Allen key into the chuck and strike it with a
charger.
hammer as shown.
• Remove the Allen key.
Selecting the direction of rotation (FIG. G)
• Remove the chuck by turning it counterclockwise.
• To refit the chuck, screw it onto the spindle and secure it For drilling and for tightening screws, use forward (clockwise)
rotation. For loosening screws or removing a jammed drill bit,
with the chuck retaining screw.
use reverse (counterclockwise) rotation.
• To select forward rotation, push the forward/ reverse
Use
slider (2) to the left.
Warning! Let the tool work at its own pace. Do not overload.
• To select reverse rotation, push the forward/ reverse
Warning! Before drilling into walls, floors or ceilings, check
slider to the right.
for the location of wiring and pipes.
• To lock the tool, set the forward/reverse slider into the
centre position.
Charging the battery (FIG. A & F)
The battery needs to be charged before first use and
whenever it fails to produce sufficient power on jobs that
Fitting the battery cap (FIG. C)
Warning! Fit the cap (12) to the battery (7) for transportation
and storage.
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Selecting the operating mode or torque (FIG. H)
This tool is fitted with a collar to select the operating mode
and to set the torque for tightening screws. Large screws
and hard workpiece materials require a higher torque setting
than small screws and soft workpiece materials. The collar
has a wide range of settings to suit your application.
• For drilling in wood, metal and plastics, set the collar (3)
to the drilling position by aligning the symbol with the
marking (16).
• For screwdriving, set the collar to the desired setting. If
you do not yet know the appropriate setting, proceed as
follows:
- Set the collar (3) to the lowest torque setting.
- Tighten the first screw.
- If the clutch ratchets before the desired result is
achieved, increase the collar setting and continue
tightening the screw. Repeat until you reach the correct
setting. Use this setting for the remaining screws.
Drilling in masonry (FIG. H & I)
• For drilling in masonry, set the collar (3) to the hammer
drilling position by aligning the symbol
with the
marking (16).
• Slide the speed selector (5) towards the front of the tool
(2nd gear).
Speed selector (FIG. I)
• For drilling in steel and for screwdriving applications,
slide the speed selector (5) towards the rear of the tool
(1st gear).
• For drilling in materials other than steel, slide the speed
selector (5) towards the front of the tool (2nd gear).
Drilling/screwdriving
• Select forward or reverse rotation using the
forward/reverse slider (2).
• To switch the tool on, press the switch (1). The tool
speed depends on how far you press the switch.
• To switch the tool off, release the switch.
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Use spade bits when drilling large diameter holes in
wood.
Use HSS drill bits when drilling in metal.
Use masonry bits when drilling in soft masonry.
Use a lubricant when drilling metals other than cast iron
and brass.
Make an indentation using a centre punch at the centre of
the hole to be drilled in order to improve accuracy.
Screwdriving
• Always use the correct type and size of screwdriver bit.
• If screws are difficult to tighten, try applying a small
amount of washing liquid or soap as a lubricant.
• Always hold the tool and screwdriver bit in a straight line
with the screw.
Accessories
The performance of your tool depends on the accessory
used. Stanley accessories are engineered to high quality
standards and designed to enhance the performance of your
tool. By using these accessories you will get the very best
from your tool.
Maintenance
Your Stanley tool has been designed to operate over a long
period of time with a minimum of maintenance. Continuous
satisfactory operation depends upon proper tool care and
regular cleaning. Your charger does not require any
maintenance apart from regular cleaning.
Warning! Before performing any maintenance on the tool,
remove the battery from the tool. Unplug the charger before
cleaning it.
• Regularly clean the ventilation slots in your tool and
charger using a soft brush or dry cloth.
• Regularly clean the motor housing using a damp cloth.
• Do not use any abrasive or solvent-based cleaner.
• Regularly open the chuck and tap it to remove any dust
from the interior.
Hints for optimum use
Drilling
• Always apply a light pressure in a straight line with the
drill bit.
• Just before the drill tip breaks through the other side of
the workpiece, decrease pressure on the tool.
• Use a block of wood to back up workpieces that may
splinter.
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Protecting the environment
Level of sound pressure according to EN 60745:
Sound pressure (LpA) 87 dB(A), uncertainty (K) 3 dB(A)
Sound power (LWA) 98 dB(A), uncertainty (K) 3 dB(A)
Should you find one day that your STANLEY product needs
replacement, or if it is of no further use to you, do not
dispose of it with household waste. Make this product
available for separate collection.
Vibration total values (triax vector sum) according to EN 60745:
Impact drilling into concrete (ah, D) 11.4 m/s2, uncertainty (K) 1.5 m/s2
Drilling into metal (ah, D) <2.5 m/s2, uncertainty (K) 1.5 m/s2
Screwdriving without impact (ah, S) <2.5 m/s2, uncertainty (K) 1.5 m/s2
Separate collection. This product must not be
disposed of with normal household waste.
Separate collection of used products and
packaging allows materials to be recycled and
used again. Re-use of recycled materials helps
prevent environmental pollution and reduces the demand for
raw materials.
Local regulations may provide for separate collection of
electrical products from the household, at municipal waste
sites or by the retailer when you purchase a new product.
EC declaration of conformity
MACHINERY DIRECTIVE
STDC12HBK, STDC18HBK
STANLEY provides a facility for the collection and recycling
of STANLEY products once they have reached the end of
their working life. To take advantage of this service please
return your product to any authorised repair agent who will
collect them on our behalf.
Stanley Europe declares that these products described under
"technical data" are in compliance with:
2006/42/EC, EN 60745-1, EN 60745-2-1
You can check the location of your nearest authorised repair
agent by contacting your local STANLEY office at the
address indicated in this manual. Alternatively, a list of
authorised STANLEY repair agents and full details of our
after-sales service and contacts are available on the Internet
at: www.2helpU.com
For more information, please contact
Stanley Europe at the following address or refer to the
back of the manual.
Technical data
Voltage
VDC
No-load speed
min-1
Max. Torque
Chuck capacity
mm
Max. drilling capacity
Wood
mm
Steel
mm
Masonry
mm
Weight
kg
Charger
Input voltage
VAC
Output voltage
VDC
Current
A
Approx. Charge time h
Battery
Voltage
VDC
Capacity
Ah
Type
10
STDC12HBK
12
0-450/0-1400
18
10
STDC18HBK
18
0-450/0-1350
25
10
25
10
10
1.6
25
10
10
1.9
100-240
26
0.4
2.5-3
100-240
26
0.4
2.5-3
12
1
NiCd
18
1
NiCd
These products also comply with Directive
2014/30/EU and 2011/65/EU.
The undersigned is responsible for compilation of the technical
file and makes this declaration on behalf of Stanley Europe.
R.Laverick
Engineering Manager
STANLEY , Europe, Egide Walschaertsstraat14-18,
2800 Mechelen, Belgium
01.2015
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