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1/2 in. impact wrench
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Owner's
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IVbde! No. 875
Owner's
IVbnua!
IVbde! No. 875 1
Disconnect
bhe air tool from air supply
before changing tools or attachments,
sepJicing and during non_peration.
Do not wear loose fit'dng clobhing,
scapJes, or neck ties in work area. Loose
cloming may become caught in moving
parts and resultin serious personal injury.
Do not wearjewelry
when operal_ng
any tool. Jewelry may become caught in
moving parts and resultin
serious
personal injury.
Do not depress
trigger when connecting
me air supply hose.
Never trigger 1_e tool when not applied
to a work objecL
Attachments
must be securely
attached.
Loose attachments can cause
serious injury.
Protect air lines from damage or
punc_re.
Never point an air tool atoneself
or any
omer person. Serious injury could occur.
Check air hoses for weak or worn
condilJons
before each use. I_ke sure all
connections are secure.
Use attachments
designed
for use with
air powered
tool
Always
examine
accessories
before moun#ng
for chips,
cracks, or signs of damage.
Never use mounted points or omer
accessories mathave
been dropped or
exposed to water, solventor
extreme
tempera_are changes. Iris a good practice
to operate me tool in a protected
enclosure for one minute after mounting
any accessory.
Always
use accessories
with an RPM
rating that meets or exceeds the tool
RPMra#ng.
Never carry a tool by the hose or pull
the hose to move the tool or a
compressor.
Keep hoses away from
hea_ oil and sharp edges. Replace any
hose that is darn,_ged, weak or worn.
Release all pressure
from bhe system
before attempl_ng
to install, service,
relocate
or perform
any maintenance.
Keep all nuts, bolts and screws l_ght
and ensure equipmentis
in safe working
condition.
Inhalation
hazard: Abrasive
tools, such
as grinders,
sanders
and cut_off tools
generate
dust and abrasive
materials
which can be harmful
to human lungs
and respiratory
system. Always
wear
IVBHA/NIOSH approved,
properly
fl_ng
face mask or respirator
when using
such tools.
Some materials
such as adhesives
and
tar, contain
chemicals
whose vapors
could cause serious injury
with
prolonged
exposure.
Always
work in a
clean, dry, well ventilated
area.
Tools which cu_ shear, drill, staple,
punch, chisel, etc. are capable of
causing
serious injury.
Keep the
working
part of the tool away from
hands and body.
Tools which contain moving elements,
or drive other moving tools, such as
grinding
wheels, sockets,
sanding
discs, etc., can become entangled
in
hair, clothing, jewelry
and other loose
objects,
resulting
in severe injury.
Never wear loose fitting apparel which
contains
loose straps or des, that could
become
tangled in moving parts of the
tool. Remove any jewelry,
watches, etc.,
which might become
caught by the
tool. Keep hands away from moving
parts. Tie up or cover long hair.
Improperly
maintained
tools and
accessories
can cause serious injury.
Maintain
the tool with care. A properly
maintained
tool, with sharp cutting
edges, reduces
the risk of binding and
is easier to control.
After an air tool has been lubricated,
oil
will discharge
through
the exhaust port
during
the first few seconds of
opera#on.
Thus, the exhaust port must
be covered
with a towel before applying
air pressure.
Use Only Impact Sockets & Accessories
Only use sockets
designated
"FOR USE
IMTH IIVPA CT WRENCHES." Hand tool
sockets
can break, creating
a hazard
from flying pieces. Always
check
sockets,
retainers
and drives regularly
for wear or damage and replace when
necessary.
There is a risk ofburs#ng
if the tool is
damaged.
Check for misalignment
or
binding of moving parts, breakage
of
parts and any other condition
that
affects the tool's opera#on.
If darn,_ged,
have the tool serviced
before using.
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