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Following this, in June 2015, (EU) 2015/863 was publicly released to replace Annex II of 2011/65/EU. Four substances were added, bringing the total number of regulated substances to 10.
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FOR SAFETY USE OF AIR TOOLS
|For All Tools||
- Do not use any tool if cracked, chipped, worn, deformed or otherwise not in perfect working order.
- Do not use any tool for anything other than its specified inherent purpose.
Before operation Be sure to connect the air joints and hose securely to the tool!Otherwise, accidental disconnection of the hose or air leakage may result, causing serious accidents.
Check your tool carefully before in use!Should the tool itself or its accessories be found defective, stop using the tool immediately for check-up.
Make sure the tool is applicable for the working purpose!Contact your agent or manufacturer directly when the details found not cleared even after checked in attached instruction manuals.
Do not use anything other than plain air as the drive medium!Air tools are driven by compressed air. Use of high pressure gases (oxygen, acetylene, propane, etc.) other than air is dangerous and can lead to explosion.
Use tools at an appropriate air pressure!Inappropriate pressures not only cause early wear and damage to tools but can also lead to accident.
Use clean, dry compressed air!Dust and drainage can lead to clogging and accident. Install a pressure regulator.
Oil your tools!Failure to oil tools not only causes rust, wear and breakdown but can also lead to accident. Replenish oil from the oil supply port and rotate the tool for about 3 sec. under no load 2 or 3 times, before and after use.
Work Environment and Dress
Keep the work area clean and brightly lit!Dark or disorderly work environments can lead to accident. Provide proper lighting and keep the area clean and tidy.
Dress for work!Do not wear baggy clothes, necklaces, etc. Wear only attire suited for working. Tuck long hair up under a hat or take other measures to prevent entangling in tools.
Wear protective gear!Wear protective gear suited for the work including a helmet, protective goggles, earplugs, dust mask, safety shoes, etc.
Precautions in Use
Shut off air whenever stopping work!Should the tool operate unexpectedly, it could lead to accident. Also, if trouble occurs, shut off air supply instantly and stop working.
Do not use hand tool application tools!It easily causes the damage of tip tools and serious accident. Be sure to choose the proper bits and adapters for air tool.
Stop the tool before mounting or replacing bits!Stop the tool and shut off air supply before mounting bits or changing the direction of rotation. Also, before starting the tool, check the direction of rotation.
Keep hands away from rotating parts!Contact with rotating parts is very dangerous and can lead to accident. Also, the bit and screw can become hot during tool use; therefore do not touch either immediately after use.
Avoid the exhausts!Avoid the exhausts from your eyes and ears either directly or indirectly.
Installing the tip tools
- Before tools put on services for installing or replacing the tip tools (bits, sockets drills, grindstones with shanks, headcups, blades, etc.), be sure to disconnect the air hose from the tools; otherwise, these tools may operate accidentally during their replacement or come off during operation, resulting in accidents.
Air screwdriver- Use bits and sockets for power tool application.
Air impact wrench- Use bits and sockets for power tool applications.
- To install the sockets, be sure to use our specified O-ring and socket pins. ( Use of only retainer rings is not sufficient enough to hold the socket.)
- Do not drive power tools idly with sockets attached.
Air micro grinder- Choose the proper tip tools to meet the right application, by referring to catalogs from the reliable manufactures of these tools.
- Do not use broken grindstones; otherwise, chips may scatter, causing injury.
- Do not use grindstones with different shank diameter. It may result in damage to the tool or work pieces.
- Avoid over-tightening and tightening the collet without inserting shaｎｋ of the tip tools or installing it to the extent to which it exceeds the specified overhang; otherwise, damage to the machine or accident may result.
- Store tools in a safe place where not exposed to dust, moisture, dewing or freezing.
- Do not disassemble or reassemble the machine unnecessarily, otherwise machine failure or damage to the tool may result.
|Air Tool Peripherals||
Use a 3-piece (filter, regulator and lubricator) air regulator set. The filter removes moisture and dust in the hose and prevents foreign matter from infiltrating the tool. Drain the water collected in the filter periodically. Set the regulator so that air from the compressor is delivered to the tool at an appropriate pressure.
Choose the air compressor to supply enough air pressure and flow consumption volume. Check periodically to remove the drain water to be free from rusting and possible troubles of air tools.
A coupling is used to connect an air hose to the tool or to connect two hoses. Select couplings that ensure good airflow without pressure drops or flow rate loss. Use a hose band or nut to complete connections and prevent loosening between hoses and couplings.
Air supply hoses are made of rubber, urethane, nylon and so on. Choose the proper one by pressure resistance, length, and diameter size. Use the regulator to adjust the air pressure for tools.