FOR USE IN AUSTRALIAN MARKET ONLY
Stanley Black & Decker Inc.
810 Whitehorse Road,
Stanley Black & Decker Inc.
39 Business Parade North,
Tel: 1800 338 002
Tel: 0800 4782 6539
Noise LPA / KPA
83.9 dB / 4 dB
91.5 dB / 4 dB
90.7 dB / 4 dB
Noise LWA / KWA
90.7 dB / 4 dB
97.3 dB / 4 dB
99.5 dB / 4 dB
Noise LPA / KPA
77.7 dB / 4 dB
84.3 dB / 4 dB
86.5 dB / 4 dB
3.62 / 1.81 m/s2
3.261 / 1.63 m/s2
3.604 / 1.80 m/s2
P max Bar
P min Bar
per shot @ 5.6 Bar
Safety yoke type
DNPT / DT99 / DNW
DNN20 / DNN23
DNF25 / DNF28 /
ENG L ISH
PNEUMATIC FRAMING & COIL NAILERS - DPN9033-1-XJ,
You have chosen a DeWALT tool. Years of experience, thorough product development and innovation make DeWALT one of the
most reliable partners for professional power tool users.
m IMPORTANT READ CAREFULLY: It is important that
all operators read and understand all sections of this
Tool Technical Data manual and the separate Safety
and Operating Instruction Manual which come with
this tool. Failure to do so could result in you or others
in the working area becoming seriously injured.
m WARNING! Eye protection in accordance with
89/686/EEC, and with equal or greater grade than
defined in EN166 should be used. However all aspects
of operators work, environment and other type/s of
machinery being used, should also be considered
when selecting any personal protection equipment.
Note: Non-side shielded spectacles and face shields
alone do not provide adequate protection.
m WARNING! To prevent accidental injuries:
lNever place a hand or any other part of the body in
fastener discharge area of tool while the air supply
l Never point the tool at self or at anyone else.
l Never engage in horseplay.
lNever pull the trigger unless the nose is directed
towards the work.
lTo prevent accidental actuation and possible injury,
always disconnect air supply.
1. Before making adjustments.
2. When servicing the tool.
3. When clearing a jam.
4. When tool is not in use.
5. When moving to a different work area, as accidental
actuation may occur, possibly causing injury.
6. During maintenance and cleaning
lRead the additional Safety & Operating instructions
booklet before using tool.
lThe operation of this tool can cause sparks and
act as a source of ignition for flammable fuels
and gases. m IMPORTANT! Tool Operation:
l To identify the operation type of your model, check
the ID label affixed to the tool/ rear of this manual and
the corresponding table row L for that model. Read
the corresponding section in the Safety & Operating
instructions for information of each trip type.
Note: Use only fasteners recommended by DEWALT
for use in DEWALT tools or nails which meet DEWALT
lAlways handle the tool with care.
l This tool is intended to be used for fastening
wood to wood in pallet/crate and construction
applications. DO NOT USE for fastening harder
materials which could cause buckling of the
fasteners and damage to the tool. If you are
unsure of the suitability of this tool for certain
applications, please contact your local sales office.
lThese tools should not be used for anything other
than wood to wood applications.
lDo not pull the trigger or depress the trip
mechanism whilst loading the tool.
ENG L ISH
NOTE: DPN64C-1-XJ ONLY
FASTENER DEPTH CONTROL ADJUSTMENT
LOADING THE TOOL
Removal of plastic strip: As nails are driven, the plastic
strip will feed out of the tool. When sufficient strip has
been fed out, it can be torn away by pulling against the
tear edge in the nose. (Fig. 7)
DPN9033-1-XJ, DPN90C-1-XJ (FIG. 12)
m Warning: When loading the tool 1) Never place a
hand or any part of the body in fastener discharge area
of the tool; 2) Never point the tool at self or anyone else;
3) Do not pull the trigger or depress the safety yoke as
accidental actuation may occur, possibly causing injury.
REMOVING NAILS - DPN9033-1-XJ
1. Disconnect the tool from the air supply
The Fastener Depth Control Adjustment feature provides
control of the nail drive depth from flush with or just above
the work surface to shallow or deep countersink.
Warning! Disconnect tool from air supply before
attempting any parts disassembly and before changing the
work contacting element adjustment.
2. Pull pusher back until it is securely engaged (Fig. 8)
pen the magazine: Pull pusher back to engage latch. (Fig. 1)
3. Slide nails back to opening and push out
1. Push in Locking Button
CAUTION: The pusher and pusher spring (constant
2. Adjust contact arm up to increase depth of drive or
down to decrease it.
Caution must be used when removing nails, as if
pusher is disengaged from latch it could spring
forward potentially pinching your hand.
3. Release locking button.
Extra caution should be taken when carrying out
maintenance on the magazine area of the tool. The
spring is wrapped around but not attached to a roller.
If the spring is stretched beyond its length, the end
will come off the roller and the spring will roll up with
a snap, with a chance of pinching your hand. Also the
edges of the spring are very thin and could cut your
hand. Care must also be taken to insure no permanent
kinks are put in the springs as this will reduce the
The DIAL-A-DEPTH™ Fastener Control adjustment feature
provides close control of the fastener drive depth; from flush
with the work surface to shallow or deep countersink.
2. Hold nailer down with magazine tilted downwards.
Insert sticks of nails. (Fig. 2)
3. Close magazine: Release pusher by first pulling back
on the pusher and then pressing the release tab. Slide
pusher against the nails. (Fig. 3)
DPN64C-1-XJ / DPN90C-1-XJ
1. Open the magazine: Pull down on the latch and swing
the door open. Swing magazine cover open. (Fig. 4)
2. Check adjustment: the nailer must be set for the length
of nail to be used. Nails will not feed smoothly if the
magazine is not correctly adjusted.
To change the setting:
The magazine contains an adjustable nail platform on which
the nail coil rests.
The nail platform can be adjusted up and down to three or
4 nail settings. To change settings, pull up on the post and
twist to the correct step. (Fig. 5)
GUIDE ROD INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL DPN9033-1-XJ
Step 1 (Fig. 9): Locate guide (A); Pull and rotate cover (B).
Step 2 (Fig. 10): Locate access windows for installation
and removal of guide rod (C); Locate guide rod storage
channel (D); Rotate cover open to install or remove guide
rod (E); Install or remove guide rod through rear
of magazine (F).
Step 3 (Fig. 11): Install guide rod through (G) for 2.8mm
to 3.3mm shank nails. Rotate cover (B) to close; Install
guide rod through (H) for 3.3mm to 4.1mm shank nails.
Rotate cover (B) to close.
DPN64C-1-XJ (FIG. 13)
First, set the air pressure for consistent drive in the specific
work, then use the DIAL-A-DEPTH™ Fastener Control
adjustment to give the desired depth of drive.
UTILITY HOOK (FIG. 14)
These tools may include an additional utility hook suitable
for storage and temporary hanging of the tool.
m WARNING! Never use the utility hook to hang the tool
from the body, clothing or belt.
m WARNING! Never use the utility hook with contact
(black) trigger actuated tools.
DIRECTIONAL EXHAUST DEFLECTOR
(FIG. 15 - ALL MODELS)
The adjustable exhaust deflector can be rotated into any
desired position by hand without the use of tools.
3. Load the coil of nails: Place the coil of nails over the
post in the magazine. Uncoil enough nails to reach the
feed pawl. Place the first nail in front of the front tooth
on the feed pawl, in the driver channel. The nail heads
must be in the slot in the nose. (Fig. 6)
4. Swing the door/magazine cover closed. Check that the
latch engages when released. (If it does not engage,
check that the nail heads are in the slot in the nose.)
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