Hilti 3554476, 3564630, 3554477, 3551250, 3551243, 3554471, 3551248, 3554472, 3554459, 3490530 User manual

Hilti 3554476, 3564630, 3554477, 3551250, 3551243, 3554471, 3551248, 3554472, 3554459, 3490530 User manual
SID 4­A22
1 Information about the documentation
1.1 About this documentation
Read this documentation before initial operation or use. This is a is a prerequisite for safe, trouble-free
handling and use of the product.
Observe the safety instructions and warnings in this documentation and on the product.
Always keep the operating instructions with the product and make sure that the operating instructions
are with the product when it is given to other persons.
1.2 Explanation of signs used
1.2.1 Warnings
Warnings alert persons to hazards that occur when handling or using the product. The following signal words
are used in combination with a symbol:
DANGER! Draws attention to imminent danger that will lead to serious personal injury or fatality.
WARNING! Draws attention to a potentially dangerous situation that could lead to serious personal injury or fatality.
CAUTION! Draws attention to a potentially dangerous situation that could lead to slight personal
injury or damage to the equipment or other property.
1.2.2 Symbols
The following symbols are used:
Read the operating instructions before use.
Instructions for use and other useful information
Rated speed under no load
Revolutions per minute
Direct current (DC)
1.2.3 Illustrations
The illustrations in these operating instructions are intended to convey a basic understanding and may differ
from the actual version of the product:
These numbers refer to the corresponding illustrations found at the beginning of these operating
The numbering in the illustrations reflects the order of the work steps in the illustration and may
deviate from the numbering of work steps in the text.
Item reference numbers are used in the overview illustration. In the product overview section, the
numbers shown in the legend relate to these item reference numbers.
1.3 Product information
Hilti products are designed for professional use and may be operated, serviced and maintained only by
trained, authorized personnel. This personnel must be informed of any particular hazards that may be
encountered. The product and its ancillary equipment may present hazards when used incorrectly by
untrained personnel or when used not as directed.
The type designation and serial number are printed on the rating plate.
▶ Write down the serial number in the table below. You will be required to state the product details when
contacting Hilti Service or your local Hilti organization to enquire about the product.
Product information
Impact screwdriver
SID 4-A22
Serial no.
2 Safety
2.1 General safety precautions for power tools
WARNING! Read all safety precautions and other instructions. Failure to observe the safety
precautions and other instructions may result in electric shock, fire and/or serious injury.
Keep all safety precautions and instructions for future reference.
Working area safety
▶ Keep your working area clean and well lit. Cluttered or dark working areas can cause accidents.
▶ Do not operate the power tool 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.
▶ Keep bystanders, children and visitors away while operating the power tool. Distractions may cause
you to lose control of the tool.
Electrical safety
▶ Do not expose the power tool to rain or wet conditions. Water entering a power tool will increase the
risk of electric shock.
▶ Do not allow your body to come into contact with grounded surfaces such as pipes, radiators,
ovens and refrigerators. There is an increased risk of electric shock if your body is grounded.
Personal safety
▶ 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 the power tool may result in serious personal injury.
▶ Adopt the correct posture when working. Maintain proper footing and balance at all times. This
will allow you to control the power tool better, even in unexpected situations.
▶ Wear your personal protective equipment and always wear protective glasses. Depending on the
type of power tool you are using and its purpose, wearing safety equipment such as a dust mask,
slip-resistant safety shoes, a hard hat or hearing protection will reduce the risk of injury.
▶ Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry. Keep your hair, clothing and gloves away
from moving parts. Loose clothes, jewelry or long hair may be caught in moving parts.
▶ Avoid starting the tool accidentally. Make sure that the power tool is switched off before connecting
it to the battery and before picking it up or carrying it. Carrying power tools with your finger on the
switch or plugging in power tools that are already switched on may cause accidents.
▶ Remove accessory tools or wrenches before switching the power tool on. An accessory tool or a
wrench left attached to a rotating part of the power tool may cause personal injury.
▶ If devices are provided for connecting dust extraction and collection equipment, make sure these
are connected and used correctly. The use of a dust extraction system can reduce dust-related
Using and handling the power tool
▶ Do not overload the tool. Use the correct power tool for your application. The correct power tool
will do the job better and more safely within the performance range for which it is designed.
▶ Do not use a power tool if it has a faulty on/off switch. Any power tool that cannot be controlled with
the switch is dangerous and must be repaired.
▶ Remove the battery from the power tool before making any adjustments, changing accessories or
storing the tool. This precaution reduces the risk of the power tool starting accidentally.
▶ Store power tools out of reach of children when not in use. Do not allow persons who are not
familiar with the tool or these instructions to operate it. Power tools are dangerous in the hands of
untrained users.
▶ Maintain power tools properly. Check that moving parts are in correct working order and do not
jam, and check whether any parts are broken or so damaged that correct operation of the power
tool cannot be guaranteed. If any parts are damaged, have these parts repaired before using the
tool. Many accidents are caused by poorly maintained power tools.
▶ Keep cutting tools sharp and clean. Properly maintained tools with sharp cutting edges are less likely
to jam and are easier to control.
Using and handling the cordless power tool
▶ Use only the specified batteries in the power tools. Use of any other batteries may present a risk of
injury and fire.
Recharge the batteries only with the chargers specified by the manufacturer. A charger that is
suitable for a certain type of battery may present a risk of fire when used with other types of battery.
When the battery is not in use, keep it away from other metal objects such as paper clips, coins,
keys, nails, screws, or other small metal objects that could cause bridging between the terminals.
A short circuit between the battery terminals may cause burns or a fire.
Liquid may leak from the battery if used incorrectly. Avoid contact with this liquid. Liquid leaking
from the battery may cause skin irritation or burns. If contact accidentally occurs, rinse with water. Seek
medical attention if the liquid comes into contact with the eyes.
2.2 Additional safety precautions for screwdrivers
Personal safety
▶ Only use the product if it is in perfect working order.
▶ Never tamper with or modify the tool in any way.
▶ Use the auxiliary grip supplied with the tool. Loss of control can cause personal injury.
▶ Always hold the power tool with both hands on the grips provided. Keep the grips clean and dry.
▶ Hold the power tool by the insulated gripping surfaces when performing an operation where the accessory
tool may come into contact with concealed wiring. If the accessory tool comes into contact with a live
wire, metal parts of the power tool may also become live, causing the operator to receive an electric
▶ Avoid touching rotating parts – risk of injury!
▶ Wear suitable protective glasses, a hard hat, ear protection, protective gloves and light respiratory
protection while using the tool.
▶ Wear protective gloves also when changing the accessory tool. Touching the accessory tool presents a
risk of injury (cuts or burns).
▶ Wear eye protection. Flying fragments present a risk of injury to the body and eyes.
▶ Before starting work, check the hazard class of the dust that will be produced when working. Use
an industrial vacuum cleaner with an officially approved protection class in compliance with the locally
applicable dust protection regulations. Dust from materials such as lead-based paint, certain types of
wood and concrete/masonry/stone containing quartz, minerals or metal may be harmful to health.
▶ Make sure that the working area is well ventilated and, where necessary, wear a respirator appropriate
for the type of dust generated. Contact with or inhalation of dust may cause allergic reactions and/or
respiratory or other diseases to the operator or bystanders. Certain kinds of dust, such as oak and beech
dust, are classified as carcinogenic, especially in conjunction with additives for treating wood (chromate,
wood preservative). Materials containing asbestos may only be handled by specialists.
▶ Take breaks between working and do physical exercises to improve the blood circulation in your fingers.
Exposure to vibration during long periods of work can lead to disorders of the blood vessels and nervous
system in the fingers, hands and wrists.
Electrical safety
▶ Before starting work, check the working area for concealed electric cables or gas and water pipes. If
you damage an electric cable accidentally, external metal parts of the power tool may become live and
present a risk of electric shock.
Careful handling and use of power tools
▶ Switch the power tool off immediately if the accessory tool jams. The power tool may go off course and
veer to the side.
▶ Wait until the power tool has come to a complete stop before setting it down.
2.3 Careful handling and use of batteries
Observe the special guidelines applicable to the transport, storage and use of lithium-ion batteries.
Do not expose batteries to high temperatures, direct sunlight or fire.
Do not take apart, squash or incinerate batteries and do not subject them to temperatures over 80 °C.
Do not attempt to charge or continue to use damaged batteries.
If the battery is too hot to touch, it may be defective. In this case, place the power tool in a non-flammable
location, well away from flammable materials, where it can be kept under observation and left to cool
down. Contact Hilti Service after the battery has cooled down.
3 Description
3.1 Overview of the product 1
Chuck (1/4″ hex socket)
Forward/reverse selector switch with safety
Control switch (with electronic speed
Torque display
Torque selector button
Belt hook (optional)
Battery state of charge display
Battery release button
3.2 Intended use
The product described is a hand-held, cordless impact screwdriver for driving and removing screws or
tightening and releasing threaded nuts and studs in wood, metal, masonry and concrete.
▶ Use only Hilti Li-ion batteries of the B22 series with this product.
▶ Use only the Hilti battery chargers of the C4/36 series for these batteries.
3.3 State of charge display
The charge state of the Li­ion battery is displayed after pressing one of the two battery release buttons lightly
(press only until slight resistance is felt).
3 LEDs light.
4 LEDs light.
2 LEDs light.
1 LED lights.
Charge state: 75 % to 100 %
Charge state: 25 % to 50 %
1 LED blinks.
Charge state: 50 % to 75 %
Charge state: 10 % to 25 %
Charge state: < 10 %
Battery charge state cannot be displayed while the control switch is pressed and for up to 5 seconds
after releasing the control switch.
3.4 Items supplied
Impact screwdriver, operating instructions.
You can find other system products approved for use with your product at your local Hilti Center or
online at: www.hilti.com.
4 Technical data
4.1 Impact wrench
Rated voltage
Weight in accordance with EPTA procedure 01/2003
Rated speed under no load
Impact speed
Torque adjustment
Large standard bolts
Large high-strength bolts
Socket/bit drive
Torque setting I
Torque setting II
Torque setting III
21.6 V
1.5 kg
0 /min … 1,000 /min
0 /min … 1,500 /min
0 /min … 2,700 /min
≤ 3,500 bpm
3 settings
M8 to M16
M6 to M12
/4″ hex. socket with locking ring
4.2 Noise information and vibration values determined in accordance with EN 60745
The sound pressure and vibration values given in these instructions have been measured in accordance with
a standardized test and may be used to compare one electric tool with another. They may be used for a
preliminary assessment of exposure.
The data given represents the main applications of the electric tool. However, if the electric tool is used for
different applications, with different accessory tools, or is poorly maintained, the data may vary. This may
significantly increase exposure over the total working period.
An accurate estimation of exposure should also take into account the times when the power tool is switched
off, or when it is running but not actually being used for a job. This may significantly reduce exposure over
the total working period.
Identify additional safety measures to protect the operator from the effects of noise and/or vibration, for
example: maintaining the power tool and accessory tools, keeping the hands warm, organization of work
Noise information in accordance with EN 60745
Sound (power) level (LWA)
0 dB(A)
Emission sound pressure level (LpA)
0 dB(A)
Uncertainty for the sound power level (KWA)
Uncertainty for the sound pressure level (KpA)
0 dB(A)
0 dB(A)
Total vibration (vector sum of three directions), measured in accordance with EN 60745
Vibration emission value when tightening screws/bolts and nuts
of the maximum permitted size (ah)
Uncertainty for tightening screws/bolts and nuts of the maximum
permitted size
0 m/s²
0 m/s²
5 Operation
5.1 Inserting the battery 2
Risk of injury! Inadvertent starting of the impact screwdriver.
Before fitting the battery, check that the cordless impact screwdriver is switched off and that the
forward/reverse switch is in the middle position (i.e. safety lock engaged).
Electrical hazards! Risk of short circuiting.
Before inserting the battery, check to ensure that the battery terminals and the contacts in the
impact screwdriver are free from foreign objects.
Risk of injury! Hazard presented by a falling battery.
A falling battery may present a risk of injury to yourself and others. Check that the battery is
securely seated in the power tool.
Fit the battery and make sure that it is heard to engage.
5.2 Fitting the belt hook (optional) 3
Risk of injury! Hazard presented by a falling power tool.
A falling power tool may present a risk of injury to yourself and others. Check that the belt hook is
fitted securely before beginning work.
The belt hook allows the power tool to be attached to a belt worn by the operator. The belt hook can
be fitted to allow attachment on the left or right side of the body.
Fit the belt hook.
5.3 Fitting an accessory tool 4
1. Check that the connection end of the accessory tool is clean.
The connection end is dirty.
▶ Clean the connection end.
2. Set the forward/reverse switch to the middle position or remove the battery from the power tool.
3. Push the accessory tool into the chuck as far as it will go (until it engages).
5.4 Removing the accessory tool 5
Risk of injury. The accessory tool may be hot or have sharp edges.
Wear protective gloves when using the power tool and when changing accessory tools.
Set the forward/reverse switch to the middle position or remove the battery from the power tool.
Pull the chuck ring forward and hold it in this position.
Pull the accessory tool out of the chuck.
Release the chuck ring.
5.5 Setting the torque 6
Push the torque selector button repeatedly until the desired torque setting is displayed in the torque
5.6 Setting forward or reverse rotation 7
An interlock prevents switching while the motor is running.
The control switch is locked when the forward/reverse switch is in the middle position (safety lock).
Set the forward/reverse switch to the desired direction of rotation.
5.7 Screwdriving
Risk of injury and damage. Screws/bolts or the workpiece may be damaged by excessively high
torque; this may also lead to serious injury.
Ensure that the fastener and attachment will withstand the level of torque generated by the tool.
1. Move the forward/reverse switch into the middle position.
2. Use the torque selector button to set the desired torque. → page 24
3. Set the forward/reverse switch to the desired direction of rotation.
5.8 Switching on
Press the control switch.
◁ Speed of rotation is regulated by the distance the control switch is pressed in.
5.9 Switching off
Release the control switch.
5.10 Removing the battery 8
1. Press the two battery release buttons and hold them in the pressed position.
2. Remove the battery from the tool.
6 Care and maintenance
To help ensure safe and reliable operation, use only genuine Hilti spare parts and consumables. Spare
parts, consumables and accessories approved by Hilti for use with the product can be found at your
local Hilti Center or online at: www.hilti.com
Keep the product, especially its grip surfaces, clean and free from oil and grease. Do not use cleaning
agents containing silicone.
Never operate the product when the air vents are blocked. Clean the air vents carefully using a dry brush.
Do not allow foreign objects to enter the interior of the product.
Clean the outer surfaces of the tool with a slightly damp cloth at regular intervals.
7 Transport and storage
Risk of fire! Risk of short circuiting.
To avoid short circuits and associated heat generation, Li-ion batteries should never be stored or
transported in loose, bulk form and without protective measures.
Remove the battery before transporting or storing the impact screwdriver.
Observe the nationally and internationally applicable transport regulations when shipping batteries by
road, rail, sea or air.
8 Troubleshooting
If the trouble you are experiencing is not listed in this table or you are unable to remedy the problem by
yourself, please contact Hilti Service.
Trouble or fault
The power tool doesn’t run.
The power tool doesn’t run.
Running speed suddenly
drops considerably.
The battery runs down more
quickly than usual.
The battery doesn’t engage
with an audible double click.
Possible cause
The battery is not fully inserted.
Action to be taken
Low battery.
The battery is not fully inserted.
Low battery.
Low battery.
Very low ambient temperature.
The retaining lugs on the battery
are dirty.
Push the battery in until it
engages with an audible double
Change the battery and charge
the empty battery.
Push the battery in until it
engages with an audible double
Change the battery and charge
the empty battery.
Change the battery and charge
the empty battery.
Allow the battery to warm up
slowly to room temperature.
Clean the retaining lugs and
push the battery in until it
engages. Contact Hilti Service
if the problem persists.
Trouble or fault
The power tool or the battery
becomes very warm.
Possible cause
Electrical fault.
The tool is overloaded (application
limits exceeded).
Action to be taken
Switch the power tool off immediately, remove the battery,
keep it under observation, allow
it to cool down and contact Hilti
Select a suitable power tool for
the application.
9 Disposal
Risk of injury. Hazards presented by improper disposal.
Improper disposal of the equipment may have the following consequences: The burning of plastic
components generates toxic fumes which may present a health hazard. Batteries may explode
if damaged or exposed to very high temperatures, causing poisoning, burns, acid burns or
environmental pollution. Careless disposal may permit unauthorized and improper use of the
equipment. This may result in serious personal injury, injury to third parties and pollution of the
Dispose of defective batteries right away. Keep them out of reach of children. Do not disassemble
or incinerate the batteries.
Batteries that have reached the end of their life must be disposed of in accordance with national
regulations or returned to Hilti.
Most of the materials from which Hilti tools and appliances are manufactured can be recycled. The
materials must be correctly separated before they can be recycled. In many countries, your old tools,
machines or appliances can be returned to Hilti for recycling. Ask Hilti Service or your Hilti representative
for further information.
In accordance with the European Directive on waste electrical and electronic appliances and its implementation in conformance with national law, electrical and electronic appliances that have reached the end of
their life must be collected separately and returned to an environmentally compatible recycling facility.
Do not dispose of electrical and electronic appliances together with household waste!
10 Manufacturer’s warranty
Please contact your local Hilti representative if you have questions about the warranty conditions.
11 EC declaration of conformity
Hilti Aktiengesellschaft
Feldkircherstrasse 100
9494 Schaan
We declare, on our sole responsibility, that this product complies with the following directives and standards.
Type designation
Impact screwdriver
SID 4-A22
Applicable directives:
Year of design
Applicable standards:
Technical documentation filed at:
EN 60745-1, EN 60745-2-2
EN ISO 12100
Hilti Entwicklungsgesellschaft mbH
Zulassung Geräte
Hiltistraße 6
86916 Kaufering
Schaan, 2016
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Hilti = registered trademark of Hilti Corp., Schaan
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