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Safety Instructions; Steps Before Using A New Drilling Machine; Personal Protective Equipment - Husqvarna DM 330 Operator's Manual

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Steps before using a new drilling
Do not use the drilling machine without first reading and
understanding the contents of this Operator's Manual.
DM 330 is an electric stand drill, intended for drilling holes
in concrete, bricks and various stone materials.
The machine is intended for use in industrial applications
by experienced operators. Use in any other way is
considered as contrary to the intended use.
Always use common sense
It is not possible to cover every conceivable situation you can
face when using a drilling machine. Always exercise care and
use your common sense. Avoid all situations which you
consider to be beyond your capability. If you still feel uncertain
about operating procedures after reading these instructions,
you should consult an expert before continuing. Do not
hesitate to contact your dealer or us if you have any more
questions about the use of the drilling machine. We will
willingly be of service and provide you with advice as well as
help you to use your drilling machine both efficiently and
Let your Husqvarna dealer check the drilling machine
regularly and make essential adjustments and repairs.
Husqvarna Construction Products has a policy of continuous
product development. Husqvarna reserves the right to modify
the design and appearance of products without prior notice
and without further obligation introduce design modifications.
All information and all data in the Operator's Manual were
applicable at the time the Operator's Manual was sent to print.
WARNING! Under no circumstances may the
design of the machine be modified without
the permission of the manufacturer. Always
use genuine accessories. Non-authorized
modifications and/or accessories can result
in serious personal injury or the death of the
operator or others.
WARNING! Some dust created by power
sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and other
construction activities contains chemicals
known (to the State of California) to cause
cancer, birth defects or other reproductive
harm. Some examples of these chemicals
Lead from lead-based paints.
Crystalline silica from bricks, cement and
other masonry products.
Arsenic and chromium from
chemicallytreated 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 well ventilated area,
and work with approved safety equipment,
such as those dust makes that are specially
designed to filter out microscopic material.


Personal protective equipment

WARNING! You must use approved personal
protective equipment whenever you use the
machine. Personal protective equipment
cannot eliminate the risk of injury but it will
reduce the degree of injury if an accident
does happen. Ask your dealer for help in
choosing the right equipment.
Protective helmet
Hearing protection
Protective goggles or a visor
Breathing mask
Heavy-duty, firm grip gloves.
Tight-fitting, heavy-duty and comfortable clothing that
permits full freedom of movement.
Boots with steel toe-caps and non-slip sole
Always have a first aid kit nearby.
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