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Important Safety Information Before Operation (1)

//Important Safety Information Before Operation (1)

Important Safety Information Before Operation (1)

As we know, most injure happened because of our careless. Pneumatic tools are driven by compressed air, the pressure almost up to 6.3 bar or higher. So before you use it, you must read the manual carefully, and know what we can do and what is forbidden. In this article I want to talk about some tips help you far away from these risk.

  • RISK OF EYE OR HEAD INJURY
WHAT COULD HAPPEN HOW TO PREVENT IT
Air powered equipment and power tools are capable of propelling material such as fasteners, metal chips, sawdust and other debris at high speed which could result in serious eye injury. Always wear ANSI approved Z87.1 safety glasses with side shields.

Never leave operating tool unattached. Disconnect air hose when tool is not in use.

Compressed air can be hazardous. The air system can cause injury to soft tissue areas such as eyes, ears, etc. Particles or objects propelled by the stream can cause injury. For additional protection use an approved face shield in addition to safety glasses.
Tool attachments  can become loose or break and fly apart propelling articles at the operator and others in the work area. Make sure that any attachments are securely assembled.

 

  • RISK OF FIRE OR EXPLOSION
WHAT COULD HAPPEN HOW TO PREVENT IT
Abrasive tools such as sanders and grinders, rotating tools such as drills, and impact tools such as nailers, staplers, wrenches, hammers and reciprocating saws are capable of generating sparks, which could result in ignition of flammable materials. Never operate tools near flammable substances such as gasoline, naphtha, cleaning solvents, etc.

Work in a clean, well-ventilated area free of combustible materials.

Never use oxygen, carbon dioxide or other bottled gases as a power source for air tools.

Exceeding the maximum pressure rating of tools or accessories could cause an explosion resulting in serious injury. Use compressed air regulated to a maximum pressure at or below the rated pressure of any attachments.

Never connect to an air source that is capable of exceeding 200 psi.

Always verify prior to using the tools that the air source has been adjusted to the rated air pressure range.

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