Safety instructions for pneumatic tools
informed about potential dangers.
The applicable accident preven-
tion provisions must be correctly
and conscientiously observed.
Any changes to the hose drum
exclude liability of the manufac-
turer and any connected damage.
Mount the hose drum before using
it in order to reduce the risk of
injury to a minimum.
Use the hose drum only with com-
pressed air. You must not use the
air-driven hose drum with any
Always let the hose roll up in a
controlled manner; the hose drum
has a tension spring for the roll-
ing mechanism. A hose rolling up
may cause injury if used incor-
rectly. If the rolling mechanism is
damaged, you must stop use of
the hose drum at once and have
it repaired by a specialist. Never
open the housing of the air-driven
hose drum yourself.
Use only accessories in proper
condition that are intended for use
with the hose drum.
Never exceed the maximum
working pressure of the hose drum
or the pneumatic tool used.
Connect the hose drum only to
compressed air lines when it is
ensured that exceeding of the max-
imum permitted working pressure
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by more than 10 % is prevented
(e.g. by a pressure reducer).
Always keep the compressed air
hose away from sharp edges,
heat and oil.
Always check the compressed air
hose before using the hose drum.
Use the hose drum only in connec-
tion with a compressor. Operation
with compressed air cylinders is
Use of pneumatic tools with
flammable gases is forbidden.
There is a danger of explosion!
The hose drum must not be used
for any other purposes.
Do not store the hose drum in
reach of children.
Never point the hose drum or its
hoses at any persons or animals.
Only use genuine spare parts for
repairs. Any non-genuine spare
parts may cause severe damage.
When conducting any mainte-
nance, setting and repair work,
always disconnect the hose drum
from the compressed air supply
Changes to the hose drum are
Use the hose drum only when it
is in an impeccable condition. In
doubt, use a specialist's advice.
Have repairs only conducted by