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Makita AF500HP Technical Information

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ECHNICAL INFORMATION
Models No.
Description
C
ONCEPT AND MAIN APPLICATIONS
Model AF500HP is a pneumatic pin nailer powered by high pressure air.
Drives 15 to 50mm (5/8 to 2") 23Ga Pin nails.
Its main benefits are:
Ultra-fine finish with almost invisible driver tip marking
Compact and lightweight design for high maneuverability
Slim contact arm and nose adapter for easy access to tight places
Contact arm with an extra-short stroke and non-marring rubber nose
adapter for protection of workpiece surface from damages/scratches
S
pecification
Type
Gauge (Diameter)
Nail
Length: mm (")
Nails per strip
Magazine capacity: nails
Operating air pressure: MPa
Net weight: kg (lbs)
S
tandard equipment
Safety goggles ................................................. 1
Oil supply (containing 30ml of turbine oil) .... 1
Nose adapter .................................................. 2
Hex wrench 3 ................................................. 1
Hook ................................................................ 1
Plastic carrying case ........................................ 1
Note: The standard equipment for the tool shown above may vary by country.
O
ptional accessories
Pin nails
Air hoses
Repair kit for trigger (containing O rings)
AF500HP
Pneumatic Pin Nailer
15, 18, 25, 30, 35, 45, 50
(5/8, 11/16, 1, 1-3/16, 1-3/8, 1-3/4, 2)
[kgf/cm
]
2
(PSI)
Pin nail
23Ga
100
140
0.98 - 2.26
[10 - 23]
(140 - 320)
1.1 (2.4)
PRODUCT
L
W2
H
Dimensions: mm (")
Length (L)
228 (9)
Width 1 (W1)
61 (2-3/8)
Width 2 (W2)
45 (1-3/4)
Height (H)
207 (8-1/8)
Width 1: with Hook
Width 2: without Hook
P 1/ 14
W1

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  • Page 1 Description Pneumatic Pin Nailer ONCEPT AND MAIN APPLICATIONS Model AF500HP is a pneumatic pin nailer powered by high pressure air. Drives 15 to 50mm (5/8 to 2") 23Ga Pin nails. Its main benefits are: Ultra-fine finish with almost invisible driver tip marking Compact and lightweight design for high maneuverability Dimensions: mm (")
  • Page 2: Necessary Repairing Tools

    P 2/ 14 epair CAUTION: Disconnect the air hose from the machine and then remove remaining pin nails for safety before repair/ maintenance in accordance with the instruction manual! [1] NECESSARY REPAIRING TOOLS Code No. Description Use for 1R003 Retaining ring pliers ST-2N Pulling off Pipe 1R032 Bearing setting plate 8.2 Supporting Slide door when removing Magazine bumper...
  • Page 3 P 3/ 14 epair [2] LUBRICATIONS (cont.) Apply Isoflex NB52 to the following portions designated with the black arrows to protect parts and product from unusual abrasion. Item No. Description Portion to lubricate Amount O ring 20 O ring 22 O ring 11.2 Whole portion O ring 12.5...
  • Page 4 P 4/ 14 epair [3] Fastening Torque and Adhesive for Screws and Bolts Refer to Fig. 3. Tighten the bolts/ scerws to the specific fastening torque. Apply Loctite 242 or ThreeBond 1321/ 1342 to a part of Screws and Bolts. Fastening torque Item No.
  • Page 5 P 5/ 14 epair [4] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [4]-1. Driver complete DISASSEMBLING Remove Driver complete and O rings in the order of Figs. 4 to 8. Fig. 4 Fig. 5 Fig. 6 Rear Cushion is removed. Fix the hex portion of Top cap Pull off Top cap cover with vise.
  • Page 6 P 6/ 14 epair [4] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [4]-2. Front cushion DISASSEMBLING (1) Remove Cylinder and Driver complete as illustrated in Figs. 4 to 7. (2) Remove Front cushion as illustrated in Figs. 10 and 11. Fig. 10 Fig. 11 Driver guide cover M5x6 H.S.
  • Page 7 P 7/ 14 epair [4] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [4]-3. Trigger valve section DISASSEMBLING First separate Magazine section, Trigger section and Driver guide section. See Fig. 13. Then remove Trigger valve case. Trigger valve section can be disassembled as illustrated in Fig. 14. Fig.
  • Page 8 P 8/ 14 epair [4] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [4]-4 Inlet cap, One touch joint H22PM DISASSEMBLING Inlet cap and One touch joint H22PM are removed in the order of Figs. 16 to 21. Fig. 16 Clamping the hex portion of One touch joint Remove Cap 9.
  • Page 9 P 9/ 14 epair [4] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [4]-5 Magazine DISASSEMBLING Fig. 22 Fig. 23 1. Sliding Upper rail in the direction designated 3. Remove Upper rail while with black arrow, remove M4x12 Hex socket pressing Pusher. head bolts (2pcs.). 2. Remove M5x14 Hex socket head bolt with which Joint is fastened to Housing set.
  • Page 10 P 10/ 14 epair [4] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [4]-6 Magazine (cont.) DISASSEMBLING Fig. 26 Compression spring 4 Nail guide Compression Nail stopper holder spring 4 (7pcs.) Nail stopper (7pcs.) Slide door cap If Nail stopper is violently pulled off from the Compression spring 4, the Compression spring is deformed, or springs out of Slide door cap.
  • Page 11 P 11/ 14 epair [4] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [4]-7 Trigger base section DISASSEMBLING (1) Disassemble Magazine section together with Trigger section as per the left illustration in Fig. 13. (2) Separate Trigger base section from Magazine section as illustrated in Figs. 29, 30 and 31. Fig.
  • Page 12 P 12/ 14 epair [4] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [4]-7 Trigger base section (cont.) ASSEMBLING (1) Assemble Trigger base section in the order of Figs. 32, 33, 34 and 35. Fig. 32 2. Picking with Tweezers, assemble the Link lever to Trigger base 1.
  • Page 13 P 13/ 14 epair [4] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [4]-7 Trigger base section (cont.) ASSEMBLING (2) Mount the assembled Trigger base section to Magazine section in the order of Figs. 36 and 37. Fig. 36 Lock pin with Trigger base section Compression spring 5 1.
  • Page 14 P 14/ 14 epair [4] DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY [4]-8 Contact arm section DISASSEMBLING (1) Disassemble Magazine section together with Trigger section as per the left illustration in Fig. 13. (2) Separate Trigger base section from Magazine section as illustrated in Figs. 29 and 30. Contact arm complete can be disassembled in the order of Figs.