Never transport the hose drum by
taking it by the hoses.
Always hold the hose firmly
when you disconnect it from
the compressed air source or a
Even if you operate the device as
intended, there will be residual risks.
The following dangers may occur in
connection with the build and design
of this air-driven hose drum:
Danger from beating compressed
Danger of falling from com-
pressed air hoses lying around.
Reduce the residual risk by carefully
using the device as intended.
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Safety instructions for pneumatic tools / Operation
Before starting up
Take all parts from the packaging and check
whether the air-driven hose drum or parts show
any damage. If this is the case, do not use the
air-driven hose drum. Contact the manufacturer
via the indicated service address.
Remove all protective films and other transport
Check that the delivery is complete.
Finding a mounting spot
Mount the hose drum on a suitable ceiling or
wall; use of the unmounted hose drum is not
Choose a place for mounting the hose drum so
that it does not pose any obstacle.
Ensure a mounting height of at least 2.5 metres
for ceiling installation.
You need the following tools for mounting: a
power drill, a suitable drill bit and a wrench.
Mounting the hose drum
DANGER OF INJURY!
Improper mounting of the hose drum may cause
Ensure that there are no lines or tubes at the
mounting site. Use a detector for this if neces-
sary or contact a specialist.
Observe the safety notes for the drill used.
NOTE! Danger of damage!
Improper mounting may cause damage.
Ensure that the carrier material at the mounting
site bears the weight of the hose drum. Contact
a specialist if you have any questions.