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OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
MANUAL DE OPERACION Y DE MANTENIMIENTO
MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS ET D’ENTRETIEN
WARNING
Read this manual before you use this Powernailer®. Follow all safety warnings and
instructions. If you are uncertain about the operation of the nailer, call us directly at
1-800-323-1653 for assistance or contact the closest Powernail Dealer for help. Please
retain this information for future reference.
rev. 20121005
INTRODUCTION
The Powernailer® Model 200 Pneumatic Nailer is designed to bring Powernail quality to a pneumatic nailer.
For those looking for the ease of use of a pneumatic tool, the Powernailer® Model 200—designed for use
with only 1-1/2", 1-1/4" and 1" E-Powercleats® nails—provides several distinct advantages.
The Model 200 can nail down 9/16" to 5/16" Engineered tongue and groove hardwood flooring through the
use of easy to change, no mar pads. To use the Model 200, simply snug up the flooring by tapping the front
of the Adapter Foot with the rubber cap end of the mallet, pull the safety trigger and tap the plunger with the
same rubber capped mallet end and let the Nailer drive and set the nail at the correct 45 degree angle. For a
superior pneumatic Nailer, look to POWERNAIL® COMPANY, INC.
INDEX
Index.....................................2
Warranty...............................2
Safety Instructions................ 3
Powernail Company Info...... 3
Adapter pad setup................ 4-5
Operating Instructions.......... 6-9
Safety Labels........................10
Seal Locations Diagram....... 11
Drive Blade........................... 7
Seal Replacement.................7
Parts List.............................. 12-13
Schematic (445 Nailers)........14
Troubleshooting Chart......... 15
Seal Locations Diagram....... 13
Depth Chart.......................... 14
Accessory Products.............. 16
LIMITED WARRANTY
POWERNAIL® Company, Inc. warrants to its customer, and to the first end-use purchaser of POWERNAIL
flooring nailers purchased from an authorized POWERNAIL distributor, that each serialized manufactured nailer
by POWERNAIL®, for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase, and with respect to the nailer body
(specifically Models 200, 445, and 50P), for a period of 10 years from date of purchase, (“warranty period”); shall
be free of defects in materials and workmanship and will meet POWERNAIL’s specifications in effect at the time of
Product shipment. POWERNAIL will repair or replace, at its option, any Powernailer® that does not conform to this
warranty. Claims must be made no later than fifteen (15) days after the end of the warranty period. POWERNAIL
will perform all repair or replacements itself or through its authorized contractors. POWERNAIL is not responsible
for shipping, labor or other direct or indirect costs. Damage caused by abuse, misuse, unusual or excessive wear is
excluded. Repair or modification of the Products by unauthorized parties will void this warranty. The customer is
responsible for returning Products to POWERNAIL for verification of nonconformance. Warranties for Products
not manufactured by POWERNAIL are limited to warranties provided to POWERNAIL by the manufacturer of
such product that are assignable to customer.
THESE WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES ARE EXCLUSIVE OF ALL OTHERS, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. THE
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR PURPOSE ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED.
IN NO EVENT SHALL POWERNAIL’S LIABILITY FOR A WARRANTY CLAIM EXCEED THE PRICE PAID
TO POWERNAIL FOR THE NONCONFORMING PRODUCT, REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OR BASIS OF
THE CLAIM OR CAUSE OF ACTION.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Always use approved SAFETY GLASSES and EAR PROTECTION when operating this Nailer. The
operator and others in the work area should always wear approved FRONT and SIDE eye protection
when operating this Nailer. Eye protection will help guard against flying nails and debris, which could
cause severe eye injury.
EYE AND EAR PROTECTION should be used to prevent hearing damage when there are high noise
levels in the work area.
ALWAYS use ear plugs with a noise reduction rated at 29 db or highter at a construction site.
Nailer noise ratings are at LPA-1sd=90.6,
LWA-1sd=99.3 and LPA-1s,1m=86.3.
Nailer vibration rating: m/s2=3.05.
Always DISCONNECT THE AIR SUPPLY before making any adjustments, repairing, clearing jams or when the
Nailer is not in use. Do not use on scaffolding or ladders and disconnect nailer from air supply when transporting
between installation areas.
Never attach the female end of a quick disconnect to the Nailer. This will trap air inside the Nailer and permit it to
be discharged. Only the unrestricted male connection should be attached to the Nailer.
Nailer requires an air source that can continuously deliver 80 to 110 psi at 3-1/2 cubic feet of air per minute for
operation.
Normal air pressure should not exceed 120 psi or damage to the Nailer and seals may occur. Excess air pressure
can cause the Nailer to explode.
To prevent fire or explosion, use only regulated compressed air—do not use bottled gases of any kind (no oxygen
or combustible gasses) to power this Nailer.
Nailer is intended for use installing wood flooring and is not to be used for purposes not specified in the operations
manual.
The trigger is a safety device and should only be pulled when the Nailer is in proper Position on the work surface
and before the plunger is struck with the mallet. Do not tie or tape down the safety trigger as the Nailer could
discharge if dropped on the plunger. The Nailer will not fi re unless the trigger is pulled before the mallet blow. Do
not use the trigger safety as a lock up for the plunger then rack the wood using the locked up Nailer body. It will
severely damage the Mechanism and the Nailer. Use the mallet to rack the wood strip, not the Nailer.
Do not use any nails other than Powernail Powercleats Nails which are specifically designed for use in any
Powernailer. Powercleats Nails are available in various lengths. Contact your Powernail Dealer for Powercleats
Nails.
Use only Powernail replacement parts in the repair or maintenance of this nailer. Parts or repair services are
available from the manufacturer or from agents authorised by the manufacturer. Repairs should be carried out
only by trained service personel in the field of fastener driving tools who will observe proper safety controls while
performing maintenace. Service personel should be qualified to to asses the safe working condition of fastener
driving tools.
Never place any part of the body in the discharge path of the Nailer when air is connected to the Nailer.
Always make sure Nailer is empty of cleats before connecting air hose so as to prevent any accidental
discharge from occurring.
Never leave the Nailer unattended while it is connected to an air supply.
Whenever air is connected to the Nailer, keep body parts away from the nail discharge path. Disconnect the air
line before making adjustments or repairs on the Nailer. Only connect air to an unloaded Nailer so as to prevent
accidental discharge.
POWERNAIL COMPANY, INC.
1300 Rose Road, Lake Zurich, IL 60047 US
Phone: 1-800-323-1653 OR 847-847-3000
www.powernail.com
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CHOOSING THE PROPER ADAPTER PAD
Warning: Whenever air is connected to the Nailer, keep body parts away from the nail discharge path.
Warning: Disconnect the air line before making adjustments or repairs on the Nailer. Only connect air to
unloaded Nailer only to prevent accidental discharge.
Consult the Adapter Pad Chart and sketch for which adapter pad to use with the flooring you are installing.
Be sure to measure the required dimensions carefully. We are not responsible for using the wrong Adapter
Pad.
Choosing and adjusting the adapter pad for the Model 200
For a proper flooring installation, it is necessary to adjust the nail placement to penetrate at the intersection
of the tongue and at the vertical edge of the flooring.
Always follow the flooring manufacturer's recommendations for nail placement and nail schedules.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE PROPER
ADAPTER PAD
FIGURE 1
STEP ONE: Measure the depth of the
tongue "D" from the top surface of the
flooring to the intersection of the tongue and
the vertical edge (See figure 1)
STEP TWO: Measure the length of the
tongue "L" from the tip of the tongue to the
vertical edge. (See figure 1).
STEP THREE: Match dimenision "D" and
"L" to the closest dimensions on the chart
to determine which adapter plate to use
(Figure 1).
STEP FOUR: Set compressor air gauge to
80 psi.
Nail down a sample of flooring . Be sure the
flooring is from the same lot that is to be
used on your current installation.
Nail placement should be a the intersection
of the tongue and the vertical edge or per
manufacturer's recommendations. (Figure 2)
FIGURE 2B
FIGURE 2
*Correct Air Pressure
*Nail counter sink is flush
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STEP FIVE: (Adjusting nail placement)
If nail placement is too far out on the tongue, add a
shim and retest nailer. (See Figure 2)
STEP SIX: (Adjusting Counter Sink)
To set the countersink, increase or decrease air
pressure in 10 psi increments. (See figures 5,6)
If nail placement is into the edge, remove a shim
and retest nailer. (See figure 4) It there is no shim
to remove, choose another pad. Add or remove
additional shims as needed (Figure 2B).
Correct counter sink if flush to slightlllly beolw
the wood surface (Figure 2)
FIGURE 5
FIGURE 3
*Add a shim
*Improper Pad used
*Damage to Tongue
*Air pressure too high
*Nail is counter sunk below tongue
FIGURE 4
FIGURE 6
*Revmove a shim
*Improper Pad used
*Damage to Tongue
*Air pressure too low
*Nail is not counter sunk
RACKING WOOD:
Place the Nailer Adaper Foot on the tongued edge of the
flooring strip to be nailed. Be sure the adapter foot is
pressed tightly against the edge of the flooring strip above
the tongue. Be sure the flooring strips are assembleed
tightly and tap the rubber end of the mallet to rack the
wood. Pull the Safety Trigger and tap the Nailer plunger
rubber cap with the rubber cap end of the mallet to
discharge the nailer.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Warning: It is not necessary to hit the Nailer hard to activate it. Never hit the Nailer with excessive force or with
the metal end of the mallet, this will damage the Nailer.
Never use the Safety Trigger interlock to lock up the plunger and rack the wood with blows to the Nailer body.
This will severely damage the safety mechanism and Nailer. This abuse and damage is not covered by the
warranty.
Before each use check all screws to be sure they are tight. Shock and vibration can loosen screws. Do not over
tighten any screw.
AIR SUPPLY:
The air must be clean and dry. Dirty and/or wet air will damage the Nailer. A combination filter-regulatorlubricator is required for proper Nailer performance and should be placed close to the Nailer per manufacturer’s
recommendations.
Fill the lubricator with Pneumatic Light Synthetic Hydrocarbon Oil. Adjust the lubricator to the manufacturers’
recommendations. Do not over oil the Nailer, as excess oil will be discharged with the spent air and could stain
the wood flooring, walls or furnishings. We will not be responsible for oil stains.
Warning: Detergent oil is not recommended and may damage the seals. Consult the filter regulator lubricator
manufacturer’s recommendations for proper operation, settings and unit maintenance.
The air source must continuously deliver 70 to 110 psi at 3-1/2 cubic feet of air per minute to operate the Nailer.
Connect a clean air hose and air regulator to the Nailer.
Check for air supply leaks that waste air and starve the Nailer of air thereby reducing its performance.
LUBRICATION:
If you do not use an in line lubricator, you must lubricate the Nailer manually. The frequency of lubrication is
dependent upon the duty cycle of the Nailer. Continuous duty requires more frequent oiling than intermittent duty.
At least every eight (8) hours place two to four drops of Pneumatic Light Air Tool Oil into the disconnected air line
male connector attached to the Nailer.
Warning: Do not over lubricate the Nailer, excess oil mist or drops will be vented with spent air when over
lubricated. Excess oil could stain the wood flooring, walls or furnishings. Dry fire the Nailer, without nails, to purge
excess oil, before you begin to nail down flooring. We will not be responsible for oil stains. Before storing the
Nailer, lubricate and cycle the Nailer in insure internal parts are oil protected from corrosion.
TO LOAD MODEL 200:
Place up to one stick (100) of E-Powercleats nails, 1-1/2", 1-1/4" or 1" long into the Nail Channel feed slot. Pull
back the spring loaded Nail Pusher over the nails until it contacts the last nail and slowly release the Nail Pusher.
TO UNLOAD:
To remove nails from the Nail Channel, pull the two round knobs on the Nail Pusher together. This will clear it
from the nail path. Then turn the Nailer over so the nails slide out of the channel.
Warning: Do not use any nails other than Powernail E-Powercleats Nails, which are specifically designed for use
in the Model 200 Powernailer. E-Powercleats nails are available in 1-1/2", 1-1/4" and 1" lengths to accommodate
9/16" through 5/16" Engineered T&G hardwood flooring. Contact your Powernail Dealer for E-Powercleats nails.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS, continued...
PARTS & SERVICE:
When ordering parts include the part number, part
description, Powernailer model and serial number.
Be sure to state the quantity of the part(s) required.
Contact your Powernail Dealer for the necessary
parts or service.
8. Check the fit, there should be some sideways
movement between the Driving Blade and the Jam Nut
assembly. This is desirable and helps the blade to align
itself with the mating parts.
9. Reassemble the components. Be sure to align
the Driving Blade with the slot in the Adapter Foot
Assembly, it goes in only one way.
Warning: Never work on the Nailer if the air line is
attached. Always disconnect the air line from the
Nailer first.
SEAL REPLACEMENT:
There are 7 seals that may require replacement. We
recommend that you have your POWERNAIL Dealer
replace the Seals.
NAILER DISASSEMBLY:
TO REPLACE RUBBER BUMPER (#29):
1. Disconnect the air supply
SEAL KIT:
You may choose to buy a Seal Replacement Kit and
replace the seals yourself. It is good practice to replace
all seals at one time regardless if only one seal needs
replacement.
2. Remove the four (4) cap screws holding the
Adapter Foot, Foot and Nail Channel assembly to the
main Body
(see illustration).
SEAL DESCRIPTION & NUMBER:
1. Piston U cup Lip Seal (#17)
2. Return Cylinder U cup Lip Seal (#18)
3. Piston Rod U cup Lip Seal (#19)
4. Rubber Seat (#28)
5. Plunger Seal Set (#30)
6. Plunger Wiper Seal (#31)
7. Return Cylinder 0 Ring Gasket (#32)
3. Pull the Rubber Bumper out of the cylinder bore.
Replace the old Bumper if it shows signs of wear or
it is split.
4. Reverse these steps to reassemble the Nailer. Be
sure to align the Driving Blade with the slot in the
Nail Channel Assembly while you reassemble the
Nailer. NEVER FIRE THE NAILER WITHOUT THE
RUBBER BUMPER INSTALLED, IT WILL DAMAGE
THE NAILER.
CHANGING A DRIVE BLADE(#15):
1. Disconnect the air supply
To change Seals follow these procedures. Be sure
the air line is disconnected from the Nailer first before
making any repairs. Consult the illustration for the name
and location of the following component parts.
2. Remove the four socket head cap screws holding
the Adapter Foot, Foot and Nail Channel Assembly to
the body.
SEAL REPLACEMENT REQUIRES REMOVAL OF
THE DRIVING BLADE ASSEMBLY:
1. Disconnect the air supply.
3. Remove the Rubber Bumper
2. Remove Rubber Plunger Cap (#16).
4. Pull the Driving Blade with pliers until the Piston
is fully extended outward towards the bottom of the
cylinder.
3. Unscrew & remove Body Cap (#2).
4. Push Safety Yoke (#24) aside and unscrew the three
#10-32 cap screws holding the Plunger (#11) to the
Return Cylinder (#10).
5. Use a 15/16” box wrench (Part #: 09-445-29768)
to unscrew the Driving Blade Jam Nut and remove
it. Hold the Piston from turning while unscrewing the
Jam Nut by holding the piston hex with a 1-1/8” box
wrench (Part #: 09-445-29768).
5. Pull the Plunger up and out of the Nailer Body (#1)
cavity.
6. Push out the 1/4" diameter blade retaining Dowel
Pin and remove the broken Driving Blade stub.
6. Remove the Return Cylinder O-Ring Gasket (#32)
located on the top of the Return Cylinder under the
Plunger.
7. Install a new Driving Blade in the slot and replace
the Dowel Pin. Screw on the retaining Jam Nut using
the same tools. If the Jam Nut becomes worn and
loose after frequent removals, it should be replaced.
7. Turn the Nailer over and remove the four cap screws
(#44), that fasten the Adapter Foot and Nail Channel
Assembly to the Nailer Body and lift the Assembly off
the Body.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS, continued...
8. Remove the Rubber Bumper (#29).
9. Pull the Driving Blade Assembly out of the Nailer
Body by pulling on the Driving Blade.
10. Hold the Piston Rod (#8) with an 11/16" socket over
its hex end opposite the Piston. Do not use pliers or a
vise anywhere on the metal parts, they can damage
the sealing surfaces.
11. Use box wrenches to remove the 5/8-18 Jam Nut
(#45). Remove the Dowel Pin (#38) and Driving Blade
(#15).
3. Replace the Rubber Seat, Support Ring and Cylinder
Sleeve. Be sure to re install the steel Cylinder Sleeve
with the chamfered inside edge facing the BOTTOM of
the Nailer.
Piston U Cup Lip Seal (#17):
1. Remove the old Piston U Cup Lip Seal from the Piston
using a bent paper clip or pick, being careful not to
scratch the inside walls of the seal groove or the edge of
the Piston with the wire hook.
2. Clean out the seal groove. Place a new U-Cup Lip
Seal into the groove. Make sure the lip seal is not
twisted in the groove and the lips face the top of the
Nailer. See the sketch on next page (#17).
12. Unscrew the Piston from the Piston Rod using box
wrenches and separate the Piston, Piston Rod and
Return Cylinder.
TO REPLACE THE SEALS:
Plunger Seal Set (#30):
1. Remove the Teflon® Seal and its O-ring expander
from the Plunger groove using a bent paper clip or pick.
Be sure not to scratch the inside walls of the seal groove
with the wire hook.
2. Clean out the seal groove. Place a new O-ring into
the seal groove by stretching it over the Plunger body.
Make sure the O-ring is not twisted in the groove. Place
a new Teflon® Seal Ring into the seal groove over the
O-ring.
3. Carefully push the Teflon® Seal Ring over the edge
of the Plunger with your thumbs and into the groove.
Do this as quickly as possible to reduce stretching of
the Teflon® Seal Ring. DO NOT OVER STRETCH THE
TEFLON® SEAL RING. Be sure the Teflon® Seal Ring
is centered all around the seal groove and not twisted.
4. Wipe off the Seal surface with a clean rag and
lubricate it generously with Pneumatic Light Air Tool
Oil lubricant.
Rubber Seat (#28):
1. Remove the Cylinder Sleeve (#12). The Cylinder
Sleeve would slide out of the Nailer Body when you pull
out the Driving Blade.
2. Remove the metal Support Ring (#27) and Rubber
Seat from inside the Nailer body. NOTE THAT THE
CHAMFER ON THE INSIDE OF THE RUBBER SEAT
FACES THE BOTTOM OF THE NAILER. Do not
reverse the direction of the chamfer when you replace
the Rubber Seat.
3. Carefully wipe off the U Cup Lip Seal surface with a
clean rag and lubricate it generously with Pneumatic
Light Air Tool Oil lubricant.
Return Cylinder U Cup Lip Seal (#18):
1. Use a bent paper clip or pick to remove the old U Cup
Lip Seal from the internal seal groove inside the Return
Cylinder. Be careful not to scratch the inside walls of the
seal groove with the wire hook.
2. Clean out the seal groove. Place a new U Cup Lip
Seal into the groove, be sure it is not twisted in the
groove. Be sure the lips are facing the inside of the
Return Cylinder as shown in the sketch on next page.
Warning: The U-Cup Lip Seals #18 and #19 look alike,
but they are different, DO NOT mix them up.
3. Carefully wipe off the Lip Seal surface with a clean
rag and lubricate it generously with Pneumatic Light Air
Tool Oil lubricant.
Piston Rod U-Cup Lip Seal (#19):
1. Remove the old U-Cup Lip Seal from the seal groove
with a bent paper clip or pick using care not to scratch
the inside walls of the seal groove with the wire hook.
2. Clean out the seal groove and install a new U-Cup Lip
Seal. Be sure the Lips are facing the right direction and
are not twisted in the groove. See the sketch on next
page.
Warning: The U-Cup Lip Seals #18 and #19 look alike,
but they are different, DO NOT mix them up.
3. Carefully wipe off the Lip Seal surface with a clean
rag and lubricate it generously with Pneumatic Light Air
Tool Oil lubricant.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS, continued...
Plunger Wiper Metal Cap O-Ring (#31):
1. Use a bent paper clip to pick out the felt Wiper
Seal out of its groove in the Body Cap (#2).
2. Clean out the groove and insert a new felt Wiper
Seal. Saturate the new felt Wiper Seal with oil.
Return Cylinder O-Ring Gasket (#32):
1. Place a new O-Ring Gasket in the groove on top
of the Return Cylinder when you reassemble the
Driving Blade Assembly.
2. Wipe off the O-Ring Gasket seal surface and
lubricate it generously with Pneumatic Light Air
Tool Oil lubricant.
REASSEMBLING THE NAILER:
1. Be sure the Rubber Seat, Support Ring and
Cylinder are installed in the Body and are facing the
correct direction.
2. All seal surfaces must be clean and lubricated
generously with Pneumatic Light Air Tool Oil
lubricant.
Replace any part that shows signs of wear.
3. Use care when installing the seals into their
respective cavities. Be sure the Seals are contained
in their groove and do not come out as the parts
slide together. Generous cavity lead in chamfers
have been provided to help Seal installation.
4. Carefully insert the Piston Rod into the Return
Cylinder and screw the Piston onto the rod. Be sure
the Piston is facing the correct way, ears up, hex
down.
8. Insert the Plunger into the top cavity of the Body.
Line up the holes and install the three Plunger
retaining screws. It is important that the three #1032 screws are tight or air leakage will occur. Our
recommendation is to use 1-2 drops of blue Loctite®
or similar on the 3 screws.
9. Install the Body Plate.
10. Position the Safety Yoke into the Plunger Groove.
11. Install the Body Cap and Plunger Rubber Cap.
12. Turn the Nailer upside down. Install the Rubber
Bumper, Nail Channel Assembly and Adapter Foot. Be
sure to align up the Driving Blade with the slot in the
Foot before the Nailer is closed up.
13. NEVER FIRE THE NAILER WITHOUT THE
RUBBER BUMPER INSTALLED, IT WILL DAMAGE
THE NAILER BEYOND REPAIR.
TO CLEAR A NAIL JAM:
1. It helps to tap the Driving Blade back to the
retracted position before trying to remove a jammed
nail. A spare Driving Blade works best for this.
2. Try to pull the jammed nail out of the gate with a
pair of long nose pliers. If this does not work remove
the four (4) cap screws holding the Foot, Gate and Nail
Channel Assembly together.
3. Separate the Foot and Gate with a screw driver just
enough to clear out the jammed nail.
4. Put thread locking compound on all screws and
reassemble the components.
5. Assemble the Driving Blade, Dowel Pin and Jam
Nut on to the Piston Rod.
6. Insert the Driving Blade Assembly up into the
bottom of the Nailer Body Cylinder.
7. Be sure there is a new 0 Ring Gasket in the top
groove of the Return Cylinder.
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NAILER SAFETY DECALS
CAUTION
1. Do not tie down the
Safety Trigger
2. To prevent accidental
discharge
never attach air hose
to loaded Nailer.
Caution:
To
Prevent
Accidental
Discharge
Never
Attach
Air Hose
To
Loaded
Nailer
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CAUTION:
R
E
L
O
A
D
Lubricate
Nailer with
2-4 drops of
Industrial Light
Oil for every
8 hours of use.
Refill the nail channel with a
clip of Powercleats when empty.
Pull the Nail-Pusher assembly
to the back of the channel when
cleats are reloaded.
Nailer is activated by striking the plunger. Do not work on
scaffolding, ladders, elevated or uneven surfaces where the
nailer could fall and self-activate. Do not leave air attached to
the Nailer when moving from one install location to another.
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SEAL PLACEMENT
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#32
#31
#19
#30
#18
#28
#17
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MODEL 200 PARTS LIST
Item
#
PART NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
09-200-3001
09-200-3002
09-445-29703.1
09-445-29704
09-200-3005
09-200-3006
09-200-3008
09-200-3010
09-200-3011
09-200-3013
09-200-3014
09-200-3015
09-200-3016
09-200-3017
09-200-3018
09-200-3022
09-200-3026
09-200-3027
09-200-3028
09-200-3034.1
09-200-3035
09-445-29832
09-200-3057
09-445-29707
09-200-3019
09-44529720
09-445-29721
09-445-29723
09-445-29724
09-445-29725
09-445-29729
09-445-29731
09-445-29732.1
09-445-29733
09-445-29735
09-445-29735.2
09-445-29739
09-445-29740
09-445-29741
09-445-297441
09-445-29743
09-445-29744
09-445-29745
09-445-29747
09-445-29748
Qty Tune-up
Req’d
Kit
DESCRIPTION
Body
Cap
Handle — Short
Handle — Half
Adapter Foot
Foot
Channel
Piston Rod
Piston
Return Cylinder
Plunger
Cylinder Sleeve
Gate
Gate Plate
Driving Blade
Rubber Cap
Piston U-cup Seal
Return Cylinder U-cup Seal
Piston Rod U-cup Seal
Pusher Spring
Spool
#10-32 X 3/4” S.H.C.S. (Plunger)
#10-32 X 1/2” F.H. Slotted Screw
Safety Yoke
Body Plate (.035" Thick)
Trigger
Support Ring
Rubber Seat
Rubber Bumper
Plunger Seal Set
Plunger Wiper Metal Cap O-Ring
Return Cylinder O-ring Gasket
Trigger Cable, Short
Safety Yoke Springs
Nail Pusher
Nail Pusher Knob
1/4” X 3/4” Dowel Pin (Trigger)
1/4” X 1/2” Dowel Pin (Drv. Blade)
1/8” X 5/8” Roll Pin (Gate)
1/4-20 x 3/4” S.H.C.S. (Handle Half)
1/4-20 x 1” S.H.C.S. (Cap)
1/4-20 x 3/4” S.H.C.S. w/patch (Handle Base)
#10-32 x 1-1/4” S.H.C.S. (Knob)
1/4-20 x 1-1/4” S.H.C.S. (Foot)
5/8-18 JAM NUT (Drive Blade)
12
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
4
1
4
1
TU
TU
TU
TU
TU
TU
TU
TU
TU
TU
TU
TU
TU
TU
Seal
Kit
SEAL
SEAL
SEAL
SEAL
SEAL
SEAL
SEAL
Sold Separate
or
Assembly #
F
S
A-2
A-2
S
S, A-3
S, A-3
S, A-4
S, A-4
S, A-4
S, A-4
S
S, A-3
S, A-3
S, A-4
S
S, A-1,A-4
S, A-1,A-4
S, A-1,A-4
S, A-3,A-7
S, A-3,A-7
S, A-4
S
S
S
S, A-2
S
S, A-1,A-4
S, A-4
S, A-1,A-4
S, A-1
S, A-1,A-4
S, A-2
S
S, A-3,A-7
S, A-3,A-7
S, A-2
S, A-4
S, A-3
S
S
S
S, A-3,A-7
S
S, A-4
MODEL 200 PARTS LIST, continued...
Item
#
PART NO.
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
09-445-29750
09-445-29751
09-445-29754
09-44529756
09-445-29758
09-445-29759
09-445-29760
09-445-29822
09-200-4000
09-200-4001
09-200-4002
09-200-4003
09-200-4004
DESCRIPTION
#8-32 x 1-1/2” F.H.C.S. (SPACER)
#8-32 LOCK NUT (SPACER)
#10-32 x 1/2” S.H.C.S. (FOOT)
1/4” x 1” SPACER (CHANNEL)
1/4” SPLIT RING LOCK WASHER (FOOT)
3/8” NPT 45° STREET ELBOW
#8-32 x 1/4” B.H.C.S. (CABLE)
#10-32 x 3/4” S.H.C.S. W/PATCH (GATE)
SHIM
C-1 PAD
M-1 PAD
B-1 PAD
U-1 PAD
Qty Req’d
Sold Separate or
Assembly #
S, A-3
S, A-3
S, A-3
S, A-3
2
2
4
2
4
1
1
3
4
1
1
1
1
TU, S, A-3
KEY: S=Sold Separately, A= Sold as part of assembly, F=Factory replacement only, K=Sold as part of a Kit
MODEL 200 ASSEMBLIES, KITS AND ACCESSORIES
ITEM
A-1
A-2
A-3
A-4
A-5
A-6
A-7
A-10
PART NO.
09-200-3058A
09-200-3060A
09-200-3061A
09-200-3064A
09-AW-445
09-445-29757A
09-200-3063A
09-445-29768
09-200-TUKIT
DESCRIPTION
SEAL KIT (1 EACH OF ALL SEALS)
SHORT HANDLE ASSEMBLY
CHANNEL ASSEMBLY
DRIVING BLADE ASSEMBLY
ALLEN WRENCH SET
6 OZ. PNEUMATIC LIGHT AIR TOOL OIL
NAIL PUSHER ASSEMBLY
BOX WRENCH
MODEL 200 TUNE-UP KIT
QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
KEY
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
KEY: S=Sold Separately, A= Sold as part of assembly, F=Factory replacement only, K=Sold as part of a Kit
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MODEL 200 SCHEMATIC
40
Kits Available - For use on the Model 200 E-Cleat Powernailer
Seal Kit
(1 Each Of All Seals)
Part #: 09-2003058A
Schematic #'s: 17,18,19,28,30,31,32
Tune-up Kit
Part #: 09-200TUKIT
Schematic #'s: 13,14,15,16,17,18,19,28,29,30,31,
32,38,45,53(3)
For Step-by-Step Videos and Instructions,
Visit our Web Site at: www.Powernail.com
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POWERNAILER MODEL 200 TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Check air supply for 80 psi minimum to 110 psi
maximum
Manually lubricate through male air inlet fitting
1. Zero or Low air pressure
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Driving blade
does not
retract
2. Lack of lubrication
3. Excessive dirt inside nailer
4. Bent or burred driving blade
5. Seals worn out
6. U-Cup Lip Seals installed upside down
1. Low air pressure
2. Bent or burred driving blade
Driving blade
3. Air supply restricted by small orifice
retracts slowly
4. U-Cup Lip Seals installed upside down
5. Excessive dirt inside nailer
1. Low air pressure
2. Broken Driving Blade
3. Nail hit hard surface
Nail is not
countersunk 4. Piston U-Cup Lip Seal installed upside down
Disassemble and clean
Replace driving blade (#15)
Replace all seals (Seal Kit #A-1)
Replace all seals (Seal Kit #A-1)
Turn up air pressure to 80-110 psi max
Replace driving blade (#15)
Use 1/4" minimum diameter air fittings
Replace all seals (Seal Kit #A-1)
Disassemble, clean and lubricate
Turn up air pressure to 80-110 psi max
Replace Driving Blade (#15)
Move from obstruction
5. Driving blade jam nut came loose
6. Worn out gate
1. Air supply fittings loose
2.Excess air pressure blew out seals
3. Plunger screws loose
Nailer leaks air
4. Cracked or damaged body
5. Seals worn out
6. Seals need to be seated
Bottom of
1. Operated without rubber bumper installed
nailer cracked
2. Excessive air pressure used
off
1. Not using E-Powercleats nails
2. Continued use after a short hit
3. Nail pusher damaged or spring broken
Nails jam in
4. Nail channel lose
nailer
5. Bent nail stuck in nail guide
6. Hit another set nail or hard object
7. Nail gate worn out
Retighten or replace jam nut (#45)
Replace gate (#13)
Tighten all air line fitting connections
Check air supply for 110 psi maximum—replace all seals
Tighten 3 plunger screws (#22)
Replace body (#1)
Replace all seals (Seal Kit #A-1)
Dry fire Nailer
1. Safety trigger not being depressed
Plunger locked
up—won't
move or fire 2. Lack of lubrication
Replace all seals (Seal Kit #A-1)
Replace damaged parts
Replace damaged parts
Use E-Powercleats nails only
Clear nail immediately after short hit
Replace nail pusher assembly (#A-7)
Tighten nail channel retaining screws (#48,#44)
Disassemble and clear out bent nail
Move from obstruction
Replace nail gate (#13)
Replace damaged plunger, safety yoke and plunger
seal(#11,#24,#30)
Manually lubricate through male air inlet fitting
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POWERCLEATS LENGTH DETERMINATION CHART
This chart will assist you in determining the proper length of Powercleats to
use for various thicknesses of flooring. Approximate vertical penetration of the
Powercleat under the hardwood floor is shown for each application. This is only
a guide. Results should be tested in the field before proceeding.
Nail Penetration for 3/4" and 5/8" Underlayment
1-1/2” 20 GAGE POWERCLEATS®
1-1/4” 20 GAGE POWERCLEATS®
1” 20 GAGE POWERCLEATS®
15/32”
©Powernail Company 2012
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