080 TOOLHIRE | 080 8665 4473
|Application:||Compact and lightweight this saw is ideal for cutting wood.|
|Safety:||This product should not be operated unless proper training has been supplied to the person operating the equipment.Personal protection gear includes: goggles, steel-cap boots, gloves, ear plugs, dust mask, hard-hat.|
|Running||Before starting, ensure saw blade has reached full revolution speed. If saw blade stops, or makes an unusual noise switch of the power immediatly. Be sure the power cord cannot come into contact with the saw blade. Never press too hard on the unit as this places a heavy load on the motor and may cause damage. Ensure the winding are kept dry at all times. Keep carbon brushes clean and inspect the, regularly for wear.|
|Do's and Donts:||Ensure the power source delivers between 220 to 230V. Ensure power cord extension/ machine do not get wet. Do not Apply excessive pressure. Allow 5 minutes for the machine to cool off every 15-20 minutes of use. Use both hands to maintain control of the machine|
a. Strip and clean out dust
b. Check/replace all bearings
c. Check and clean armature
d. Check and clean field coils
e. Check/sharpen/replace blades
f. Check brushes/clean/replace
g. Check brush holders
h. Check/replace extension cord/plug
The equipment must be clean and must have a service tag attached to ensure that the workshop completed the standard service before returning the asset to the floor.
The equipment must be taken to the testing station applicable where you will test the machine in front of the customer whislt demonstrating the operation of the asset to the customer.
Ensure that the required safety attire is worn before beginning the equipment test and instruction to the customer and ensure that the customer is in a safe location.
Start the equipment as per the above instruction.
Demonstrate the operation of the equipment as per the operating instructions above.
Shut the equipment down.
The customer must sign that he has recieved training.