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kg m N m M22 70 F 10T,0 2 4 6 8 10 s,00Table WR22SA ChS p65J 1 13 6 12 9 20 AM. 1 Pin O Ring type,3 Hex socket,6 Plunger type,B Tightening time. C Tightening torque,The following show symbols used for the. machine Be sure that you understand their,meaning before use. To reduce the risk of injury user must read,instruction manual.
00Table WR22SA ChS p65J 2 13 6 12 9 20 AM,01ChS WR22SA ChS P65J 3 13 6 12 9 20 AM. 01ChS WR22SA ChS P65J 4 13 6 12 9 20 AM,S D E L S D E L. 22 22 32 32 60 60,23 23 38 29 55 23 33 32 60,24 24 40 29 55 24 34 32 85. 26 26 42 29 55 26 38 57 85,27 27 43 29 55 27 39 57 85. 29 29 45 29 55 29 42 57 85,30 30 47 29 55 30 43 57 85.
32 32 50 29 55 32 46 72 100,35 35 52 29 55 35 52 72 100. 36 36 55 29 55 36 55 72 100,01ChS WR22SA ChS P65J 5 13 6 12 9 20 AM. 01ChS WR22SA ChS P65J 6 13 6 12 9 21 AM,01ChS WR22SA ChS P65J 7 13 6 12 9 21 AM. Carrying power tools with your finger on the switch. GENERAL POWER TOOL SAFETY WARNINGS or energising power tools that have the switch on. invites accidents,d Remove any adjusting key or wrench before. Read all safety warnings and all instructions turning the power tool on. Failure to follow the warnings and instructions may result A wrench or a key left attached to a rotating part of. in electric shock fire and or serious injury the power tool may result in personal injury. e Do not overreach Keep proper footing and balance. Save all warnings and instructions for future referenc at all times. The term power tool in the warnings refers to your This enables better control of the power tool in. mains operated corded power tool or battery operated unexpected situations. cordless power tool f Dress properly Do not wear loose clothing or. 1 Work area safety jewellery Keep your hair clothing and gloves. a Keep work area clean and well lit away from moving parts. Cluttered or dark areas invite accidents Loose clothes jewellery or long hair can be caught. b Do not operate power tools in explosive in moving parts. atmospheres such as in the presence of flammable g If devices are provided for the connection of dust. liquids gases or dust extraction and collection facilities ensure these. Power tools create sparks which may ignite the are connected and properly used. dust or fumes Use of dust collection can reduce dust related. c Keep children and bystanders away while hazards,operating a power tool.
Distractions can cause you to lose control 4 Power tool use and care. a Do not force the power tool Use the correct, 2 Electrical safety power tool for your application. a Power tool plugs must match the outlet The correct power tool will do the job better and. Never modify the plug in any way safer at the rate for which it was designed. Do not use any adapter plugs with earthed b Do not use the power tool if the switch does not. grounded power tools turn it on and off, Unmodified plugs and matching outlets will reduce Any power tool that cannot be controlled with the. risk of electric shock switch is dangerous and must be repaired. b Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded c Disconnect the plug from the power source and. surfaces such as pipes radiators ranges and or the battery pack from the power tool before. refrigerators making any adjustments changing accessories. There is an increased risk of electric shock if your or storing power tools. body is earthed or grounded Such preventive safety measures reduce the risk. c Do not expose power tools to rain or wet of starting the power tool accidentally. conditions d Store idle power tools out of the reach of children. Water entering a power tool will increase the risk and do not allow persons unfamiliar with the power. of electric shock tool or these instructions to operate the power tool. d Do not abuse the cord Never use the cord for Power tools are dangerous in the hands of untrained. carrying pulling or unplugging the power tool users. Keep cord away from heat oil sharp edges or e Maintain power tools Check for misalignment or. moving parts binding of moving parts breakage of parts and. Damaged or entangled cords increase the risk of any other condition that may affect the power. electric shock tool s operation, e When operating a power tool outdoors use an If damaged have the power tool repaired before. extension cord suitable for outdoor use, Use of a cord suitable for outdoor use reduces the. Many accidents are caused by poorly maintained,risk of electric shock.
power tools,f If operating a power tool in a damp location is. f Keep cutting tools sharp and clean,unavoidable use a residual current device RCD. Properly maintained cutting tools with sharp cutting. protected supply,edges are less likely to bind and are easier to. Use of an RCD reduces the risk of electric shock, 3 Personal safety g Use the power tool accessories and tool bits etc. a Stay alert watch what you are doing and use in accordance with these instructions taking into. common sense when operating a power tool account the working conditions and the work to. Do not use a power tool while you are tired or be performed. under the influence of drugs alcohol or medication Use of the power tool for operations different from. A moment of inattention while operating power those intended could result in a hazardous situation. tools may result in serious personal injury 5 Service. b Use personal protective equipment Always wear a Have your power tool serviced by a qualified repair. eye protection person using only identical replacement parts. Protective equipment such as dust mask non skid This will ensure that the safety of the power tool is. safety shoes hard hat or hearing protection used for maintained. appropriate conditions will reduce personal injuries. c Prevent unintentional starting Ensure the switch PRECAUTION. is in the off position before connecting to power Keep children and infirm persons away. source and or battery pack picking up or carrying When not in use tools should be stored out of reach of. the tool children and infirm persons,02Eng WR22SA ChS P65E 8 6 12 13 9 57.
PRECAUTIONS ON USING IMPACT WRENCH 5 Use a step up transformer when a long extension. cable is used, 1 Hold power tool by insulated gripping surfaces 6 Confirm the tightening torque by a torque wrench. when performing an operation where the fastener before use in order to assertain the correct tightening. may contact hidden wiring or its own cord Fasteners torque to be used. contacting a live wire may make exposed metal 7 Assemble the socket securely to the impact wrench. parts of the power tool live and could give the with the socket pin and ring. operator an electric shock 8 Confirm whether the socket has any cracks in it. 2 When using the tool at a hight make sure that there 9 Always hold the body and side handles of the. is nobody below impact wrench firmly Otherwise the counterforce. 3 Use earplugs if using for a long time use produced may result in inaccurate and even. 4 Switch the reversing switch only after the motor dangerous operation. has stoped when it is necessary to change the,direction of the rotation. SPECIFICATIONS, Voltage by areas 110V 115V 120V 127V 220V 230V 240V. Power input 800 W,No load speed 1800 min,M16 M22 High tension bolt. Capacities size of bolts,M14 M24 Ordinary bolt,Tightening torque Maximum 610N m 62 2 kg m.
Angle drive 19 mm,Weight without cord 4 8 kg, Be sure to check the nameplate on product as it is subject to change by areas. Tightening the bolt without extension cord at rated voltage. STANDARD ACCESSORIES OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES,sold separately. 1 Side handle 1,2 Case 1 1 Variety of sockets, Standard accessories are subject to change without notice Although the Hitachi Impact Wrench is delivered. with only one standard socket ample sockets are, available to cover impact tightening of various sizes. and types of bolts,Table 1 B 19 mm,Ordinary Socket Long Socket.
Dimension mm Dimension mm,Designation,S D E L S D E L. Hex Socket 22 22 32 32 60,23 23 38 29 55 23 33 32 60. 24 24 40 29 55 24 34 32 60,26 26 42 29 55 26 38 57 85. 27 27 43 29 55 27 39 57 85,29 29 45 29 55 29 42 57 85. 30 30 47 29 55 30 43 57 85,32 32 50 29 55 32 46 72 100.
35 35 52 29 55 35 52 72 100,36 36 55 29 55 36 55 72 100. 02Eng WR22SA ChS P65E 9 6 12 13 9 57,2 Extension bar. HOW TO USE, The extension bar is convenient for working in very. restricted spaces or when the socket provided cannot 1 Operation of switch Fig 3. reach the bolt to be tightened The switch in this machine functions as a motor. CAUTION switch and rotational direction selector switch When. When the extension bar is used the tightening torque the switch is set to R indicated on the handle cover. is reduced slightly compared with the ordinary the motor rotates clockwise to tighten the bolt. socket So it is necessary to operate the tool a little When the switch is set to L the motor rotates. longer to get the same torque counterclockwise to loosen the bolt When the switch. is released the motor stops,Be sure to turn the switch OFF and wait until the. motor completely stops before changing the, direction of wrench revolution Switching while the.
3 Universal joint motor is rotating will result in burning the motor. The universal joint is convenient for impacting nuts 2 Tightening and loosening bolts. when there is an angle between the socket and A hex socket matching the bolt or nut must first. wrench or when working in a very narrow space be selected Then mount the socket on the anvil. and grip the nut to be tightened with the hex socket. Holding the wrench in line with the bolt press the. power switch to impact the nut for several seconds. If the nut is only loosely fitted to the bolt the bolt. may turn with the nut therefore preventing proper, Optional accessories are subject to change without notice tightening In this case stop impact on the nut and. hold the bolt head with a wrench before restarting. APPLICATIONS impact or manually tighten the bolt and nut to. prevent them slipping, Tightening and loosening various kinds of bolt and. OPERATIONAL CAUTIONS, PRIOR TO OPERATION 1 Confirm the line voltage Fig 4. The available tightening torque is influenced by line. 1 Power source voltage Reduced line voltage lowers the available. Ensure that the power source to be utilized conforms tightening torque. to the power requirements specified on the product For example if you use a 220 V type wrench on. nameplate a 200 V line the available tightening torque will be. 2 Power switch reduced to 70 to 90 When extending the power. Ensure that the power switch is in the OFF position cord use an extension cord which is as short as. If the plug is connected to a receptacle while the possible When the line voltage is low and a long. power switch is in the ON position the power tool extension cord is needed a step up transfomer. will start operating immediately which could cause should be used The relation between the line voltage. a serious accident and the tightening torque are shown in the figures. 3 Extension cord 2 Do not touch the bumper or hammer case during. When the work area is removed from the power continuous operation. source use an extension cord of sufficient thickness The bumper and hammer case become hot during. an rated capacity The extension cord should be continuous screw tightening so be careful not to. kept as short as practicable touch them at that time. 4 Fixing the side handle 3 Work at a tightening torque suitable for the bolt. The position of the side handle attached to the under impact. hammer case can be changed by unscrewing the The optimum tightening torque for nuts and bolts. handle Right hand screw Turn the handle to the differs with material and size of the nuts and bolts. desired position for the job and secure the handle An excessively large tightening torque for a small. by screwing up tight bolt may strech or break the bolt The tightening. 5 Mounting the socket torque increases proportionally to the operating. 1 Pin O ring type Fig 1 time Use the correct operating time for the bolt. Select a socket matched to the bolt to be tightened 4 Selecting the socket to be matched to the bolt. or loosened Insert the socket on the anvil of the Be sure to use a socket which is matched to the. wrench and secure it with the pin and ring When bolt to be tightened Using an improper socket will. dismantling the socket reverse the sequence result not only in insufficient tightening but also in. 2 Plunger type Fig 2 damage to the socket or nut, Align the plunger located in the square part of the A worn or deformed hex or square holed socket will. anvil with the hole in the hex socket Then push not give an adequate tightness for fitting to the nut. the plunger and mount the hex socket on the anvil or anvil consequently resulting in loss of tightening. Check that the plunger is fully engaged in the hole torque. When removing the socket reverse the sequence Pay attention to wear of socket holes and replace. 02Eng WR22SA ChS P65E 10 6 12 13 9 57, before further wear developes Matching socket and 3 Maintenance of the motor.
bolt sizes are shown in Table 1 The motor unit winding is the very heart of the. The numerical value of a socket designation denotes power tool. the side to side distance S of its hex hole Exercise due care to ensure the winding does not. 5 Service a Have your power tool serviced by a qualified repair person using only identical replacement parts This will ensure that the safety of the power tool is maintained PRECAUTION Keep children and infirm persons away When not in use tools should be stored out of reach of children and infirm persons 02Eng WR22SA ChS P65E 6 12 13 9 578

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