080 TOOLHIRE | 080 8665 4473
|Product Description:||Air consumption at 6 bar, 34l/s Tool shank 32mm x 160mm, Impact Frequency: 1200blow/min|
|Application:||Breakers are designed for the general demolition, for the use in medium and hard materials such as asphalt and concrete.|
|Safety:||Breakers are designed for the general demolition, for the use in medium and hard materials such as asphalt and concrete.|
|Running machine:||This product should not be operated unless proper training has been supplied to the person operating the equipment.|
Personal protection gear includes: goggels, steel-cap boots, gloves, ear plugs, dust mask, hard-hat.
|Do's and Donts:|
Before starting ensure all parts are securly fastened. Check the hoses and connections for possible leakage. Grease the breakers shank. Check thje built in lubricator for oil(make sure the air supply is off before removing the oil plug, otherwise oil may squirt into your face). Before starting ensure that you have a secure footing. Avoid idle percussion (blows).
Always use the proper safety equipment when breaking. Never attempt to touch the tool while breaker is running. Neer remove the air / oil plug while the air is connected or while the breaker is running. Always switch the air supply off and vent the machine by depressing the throttle before changing tools.
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.