PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS Features: MODEL NO. UT8843-12 1/2” DRILL

PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS Features: MODEL NO.  UT8843-12 1/2” DRILL
MODEL NO. UT8843-12
1/2” DRILL
PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS
Read Operating Instructions
Always become familiar with all the
instructions and warnings before
operating any power tool.
Always Wear Approved
Eye Protection
Impact resistant eye protection
should meet or exceed the
standards as set forth in the United
States ANSI Z87.1, Occupational
and Educational Eye and Face
Protection. Look for the marking
Z87.1 on your eye protection to
insure that it is an approved style.
For further information, ANSI Z87.1,
Occupational and Educational Eye
and Face Protection, is available
from the American National
Standards Institute, Inc., 11 West
42nd Street, New York, NY 10036.
Hearing Protection is
Recommended
Hearing protection should be used
when the noise level exposure
equals or exceeds an 8 hour timeweighted average sound level of 85
dBA. Process noise, reflective
surfaces, other tools being
operated nearby, all add to the
noise level present in your work
area. If you are unable to determine
your noise level exposure, we
recommend the use of hearing
protection.
Avoid Prolonged Exposure to
Vibration
Tools can vibrate during use.
Prolonged exposure to vibration or
Features:
90 PSIG Maximum
This tool is designed to operate at
an air pressure of 90 pounds per
square inch gauge pressure (90
PSIG) maximum, at the tool. Use of
higher air pressure can, and may
cause injury. Also, the use of
higher air pressure places the
internal components under loads
and stresses they were not
designed for, causing premature
failure. The air supply should be
clean and dry, preferably
lubricated. For best results, drain
the moisture from your compressor
daily.
WARNING:
Some dust created by power sanding, sawing,
grinding, drilling, and other construction activities
contains chemicals known to cause cancer, birth
defects or reproductive harm. Some examples of
these chemicals are:
•
Lead from lead-based paints
•
Crystalline silica from bricks, cement and
other masonry products
•
Arsenic and chromium from chemically
treated lumber
Your risk from these exposures varies, depending
on how often you do this type of work. To reduce
your exposure to these chemicals, work in a wellventilated area and work with approved safety
equipment such as those dust masks that are
specially designed to filter out microscopic
particles.
very repetitive hand and arm
movements, can cause injury.
Stop using any tool if discomfort,
tingling feeling or pain occurs. You
should consult your physician
before resuming use of the tool.
Universal Tool
A Division of Florida Pneumatic Manufacturing Corporation
851 Jupiter Park Lane, Jupiter, Florida 33458
Toll Free 1-800-327-9403
Side handle fits left or right side
Inside trigger prevents accidental throotl activation
Compact design
Three piece housing eases service work
Safety Instructions
The following instructions are furnished as general guidelines for use
of your pneumatic tool. They cannot
comprehensively cover all possible or
conceivable uses of the subject tool.
For additional information on the safe
use of air tools, we advise you to
obtain a copy of CAGI B186.1-2009
Safety Code for Portable Air Tools,
available from the following source:
COMPRESSED AIR AND GAS INSTITUTE
1300 Sumner Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115-2851
Ph: 216-241-7333
www.cagi.org OR from
Florida Pneumatic Manufacturing Corp.
851 Jupiter Park Lane
Jupiter, FL 33458
561-744-9500 www.florida-pneumatic.com
The use of the word “shall” in the
following instructions, indicates that
adherence to the particular requirement is necessary to conform to CAGI
B186.1-2009.
Tool Application and Usage
Portable tools shall be used only for
the purposes intended in their design
and within the capacity for which they
were intended and rated. It shall be
the tool owner’s and/or employer’s
responsibility to instruct each operator
in the safe use of the tool. Tools shall
not be used without guards and safety
devices as furnished by the manufacturer. Where an air tool is modified or
altered, the modifier shall provide the
safeguards to enable it to be safely used
in the operations intended and to comply
with any applicable provisions as
contained in CAGI B186.1-2009 .
Tool Installation
Pressure regulators shall be used to
limit air pressure to the rated pressure
where the supply pressure exceeds the
tool’s rated pressure. Air hoses and
lines shall be relieved of compressed
air before being disconnected or
disjointed, unless there is automatic
valve closing protection at the joint being
separated. Synthetic lubricants which
can cause deterioration of elastomer
seals shall not be used in air systems of
air tools.
Tool Maintenance
It shall be the tool owner’s and/or
employer’s responsibility to assure that
tools are maintained in a safe operating
condition. Tool maintenance and repair
shall be performed by authorized,
trained, competent personnel. Tools
shall be disconnected from their
compressed air supply before repairs
are attempted. Repairs shall be
consistent with the manufacturer’s
recommended procedures. Tool, hoses
and fittings shall be replaced if unsuitable for safe operation. It shall be the
tool owner’s and/or employer’s responsibility to keep required rating markings
and warnings on the tool in legible
condition.
Read these instructions carefully before attempting to install, operate or
service this Florida Pneumatic product. Failure to comply with the instructions could result in personal injury and/or property damage! Retain these
instructions for future reference.
FPMC
MODEL NO. UT8843-12
1/2” DRILL
Specifications:
Motor HP ............................................................................................................. 1.0 HP
Free Speed RPM ................................................................................................... 1200
Weight ............................................................................................................ 6-3/4 lbs
Length ................................................................................................................ 12-1/2”
Avg. Air Cons. ................................................................................................. 7.5 CFM
Air Inlet ............................................................................................................. 1/4” NPT
Rec Hose ................................................................................................................ 1/2”
Limited Warranty
Universal Tool warrants its tools to be free from defects in material and workmanship for one year from the date of
purchase. This warranty does not apply to tools which have been abused, misused, modified or repaired by
someone other than Universal Tool or its authorized service centers. If a Universal Tool proves defective in
material of workmanship within one year after purchase, return it to any authorized service center or to Universal
Tool, freight prepaid. Please enclose your name, address and adequate proof of purchase date with a brief
description of the defect. Universal Tool will, at its option, repair or replace defective tools, free of charge. Repairs
or replacements are warranted as described above for the remainder of the warranty period. Universal Tool's sole
liability and your exclusive remedy under this warranty is limited to repair or replacement of the defective tool.
There are no other warranties expressed or implied and Universal Tool shall not be liable for incidental, consequential
or special damages, or any other damages, costs or expense of repair or replacement as described above.
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PARTS NO.
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9PN04002408
9610125
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DESCRIPTION
MOTOR HOUSING
GEAR CASE
AIR INLET
THROTTLE VAVE LEVER
THROTTLE VALVE ROD
THROTTLE
THROTTLE VALVE WASHER
SPRING
RUBBER PLATE
RUBBER RING
COVER PACKING
THROTTLE VALVE COVER
BUSHING
END PLATE
ROTOR
VANE
M6 GREASE NIPPLE
CYLINDER
FRONT PLATE
BEARING COVER
PACKING
PINION
GEAR
PINION
GEAR
BEARING COVER
SPINDLE SCREW
CAP SCREW
SPACE COLLAR
SPINDLE
SPINDLE BEARING COVER
BALL BEARING
HANDLE
PACKING
PACKING
SPRING PIN
SCREW
WASHER
CAP SCREW
OIL SEAL
BALL BEARING
NEEDLE BEARING
KEY
FILTER
PIN
PIN
BALL BEARING
1/2" CHUCK W/ KEY
SCREW THREAD INSERTS
DEAD HANDLE
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