Acoustic pressure level
) ...................... 82 dB (A); K
Sound power level (L
Measured .... 95.5 dB (A); K
Guaranteed ......................... 98 dB (A)
) ......... 3.3 m/s
The noise and vibration values were estab-
lished by the standards and stipulations
listed in the Conformity Declaration.
The stated vibration emission value was
measured in accordance with a standard
testing procedure and may be used to com-
pare one power tool to another.
The stated vibration emission value may
also be used for a preliminary exposure
Warning: The vibration emission
value may differ during actual use of
the power tool from the stated value
depending on the manner in which
the power tool is used.
Safety precautions aimed at protecting
the user should be based on estimated
exposure under actual usage condi-
tions (all parts of the operating cycle
are to be considered, including, for ex-
ample, times during which the power
tool is turned off and times when the
tool is turned on but is running idle).
This section covers the basic safety
instructions when working with this
Symbols used in the manual
Warning symbols with
information on damage
and injury prevention.
= 3 dB
= 1.92 dB
; K= 1.7 m/s
Instruction symbols with
information on preventing
Pull out the mains plug.
Wear gloves when handling
Help symbols with information
on improving tool handling.
Symbols on the implement
These Instructions must be
Danger of injury due to
flung-out material! Keep by-
standers well away from the
Danger of electric shock
if the power cable is dam-
aged! Always ensure that
the power cable is kept well
away from the implement
and its cutting tools.
Wear eye and ear protection.
Caution! - Sharp tools. En-
sure that the hands and feet
are kept well away from
the cutting tools. The cutting
cylinder continues to rotate
briefly after the motor has
been switched off.
Always disconnect the plug
from the mains prior to
maintenance work or if the
power cable is damaged.