TOOL USE AND CARE
Use the correct tool for the job. Do not force a tool or attachment to do the work of a larger
industrial tool. Maximize tool performance and safety by using the tool for its intended task.
This tool was designed for a specific function. Do not modify or alter this tool or use it for an
Securely hold this tool using both hands, unless it is designed for single hand use.
Using a tool with only one hand can result in loss of control.
Maintain tools with care (see Maintenance).
Remove adjusting keys and wrenches from the tool before operation or connecting it to a power
source. A wrench or key that is left attached to a rotating part of the tool increases the risk of
Avoid unintentional starts. Be sure that the throttle/ignition switch is in the neutral or OFF
position when not in use and before connecting it to any air source.
Do not carry the tool with fingers near or on the trigger/switch.
Ensure the compressor used with the tool can supply the required Cubic Feet per Minute at the required
PSI (see Specifications).
Use proper size and type of air pressure line and fittings.
Use only clean, dry, regulated compressed air at the rated range as marked on the tool.
CAUTION! Do not use an air source other than an air compressor to power this tool.
Always use an air regulator, an in-line
filter and a moisture trap in your
compressed air system. These
accessories will increase the tool's life
and keeps the tool in good working
condition. See the diagram for
recommended components of
an air line.
Avoid using an air hose that is too long.
The longer the hose, the lower the
pressure that reaches the tool, possibly
causing it to cease functioning.
As well, a longer hose can become a
Air tool CFM consumption ratings
are based upon a 25% duty cycle. If
you require continuous duty, a larger
compressor is required.
Air Hammer with 3 pc Chisels
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