Delta DBS125 User Manual

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Brad Nailer/Stapler

(Models DBN125,

DBS125, DNS100)

Model DBN125 Shown

PART NO. A04051 - 04-16-04

Copyright © 2004 Delta Machinery

MANUAL INSTRUCTION

To learn more about DELTA MACHINERY

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FRANÇAISE : PAGE 27

visit our website at: www.deltamachinery.com.

For Parts, Service, Warranty or other Assistance,

 

please call 1-800-223-7278(In Canada call 1-800-463-3582).

Date of Manufacture:___________________________

Fecha de fabricación:, Date de fabrication:

Serial No:______________________________________

Número de serie:, Nombre d'ordre

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SAFETY GUIDELINES / DEFINITIONS

It is important for you to read and understand this manual. The information it contains relates to protecting YOUR SAFETY and PREVENTING PROBLEMS. The symbols below are used to help you recognize this information.

indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.

used without the safety alert symbol indicates potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in property damage.

IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS!

Read and understand all warnings and operating instructions before using any tool or equipment. When using tools or equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of personal injury. Improper operation, maintenance or modification of tools or equipment could result in serious injury and property damage. There are certain applications for which tools and equipment are designed. Delta Machinery strongly recommends that this product NOT be modified and/or used for any application other than for which it was designed.

If you have any questions relative to its application DO NOT use the product until you have written Delta Machinery and we have advised you.

Online contact form at www.deltamachinery.com

Postal Mail: Technical Service Manager

Delta Machinery

4825 Highway 45 North Jackson, TN 38305

Information regarding the safe and proper operation of this tool is available from the following sources:

International Staple, Nail and Tool Association (ISANTA)

512 W. Burlington Ave., Suite 203, La Grange, IL 60525-2245www.isanta.org

American National Standards Institute, 25 West 43rd Street, 4 floor, New York, NY 10036 www.ansi.org

ANSI SNT-101-2002Safety Requirements for Portable,Compressed-Air-Actuated Fastener Driving Power Tools

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GENERAL SAFETY RULES

1. Read and understand tool labels and manual. Failure to follow warnings could result in DEATHor SERIOUS INJURY. Fig. 1.

2. Operator and others in work area MUST wear safety glasses with side shields.

These safety glasses must conform to ANSI Z87.1 requirements (approved glasses have “Z87” printed or stamped on them). Fig. 2.

3.Keep fingers AWAY from trigger when not driving fasteners to avoid accidental firing. Never carry tool with finger on trigger. In "contact actuation mode", tool will fire a fastener if tool is bumped.

4.Choice of triggering method is important. Check manual for triggering options. See “Using the Tool“ section of this manual.

5.Never point tool at yourself or others in work area. Serious injury or death may occur if the tool is activated. Fig. 3

6.Never use oxygen or other bottled gasses. Explosion will occur. Never use combustible gases or any other reactive gas as a power source for this tool: explosion and serious personal injury will result. Fig. 4.

7.Wear ear protection to safe-guard against possible hearing loss. Ear protection equipment must conform to ANSI S3.19 requirements. Fig. 5.

8.Use clean, dry, regulated, compressed air at 70 to 120 PSI, (4.8 to 8.3 BAR). Fig. 6.

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9.Do not connect tool to pressure which potentially exceeds 200 PSI (13.7 BAR).

10.All air line components (hoses, connectors, filters, regulators, etc.) must be rated for a maximum working pressure of at least 150 PSI (10.3 BAR) or 150% of the maximum system pressure, which ever is greater.

11.Connect tool to air supply hose with a coupling that automatically removes all pressure from the tool when the coupling is disconnected. Fig. 7.

12.Disconnect tool from air supply hose before doing tool maintenance, clearing a jammed fastener, leaving work area, moving tool to another location, or handing the tool to another person. Fig. 7.

13.Never use a tool that is leaking air, has missing or damaged parts, or requires repair. Make sure all screws and caps are securely tightened. Fig. 8.

14.Never use tool if safety, trigger or springs are inoperable, missing or damaged. Do not alter or remove safety, trigger, or springs. Make daily inspections for free movement of trigger and safety mechanism. Fig. 8.

15.Do not use tool without safety warning label. If label is missing, damaged or unreadable, contact your Porter-Cable •Delta Service Center for a replacement. Fig. 9.

16.Only use parts, fasteners and accessories approved by Delta Machinery.

17.Connect tool to air supply before loading fasteners, to prevent a fastener from being fired during connection. The tool driving mechanism may cycle when tool is connected to the air supply. Fig. 10.

18.Always assume the tool contains fasteners. No horseplay. Respect the tool as a working implement. Fig. 11.

19.Operator and bystanders should wear hard hats to safeguard against possible injuries. Fig. 12.

20.Do not load fasteners with trigger or safety depressed, to prevent unintentional firing of a fastener. Fig. 13

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21.Remove finger from trigger when not driving fasteners. Never carry tool with finger on trigger. In “Contact Actuation Mode” tool will fire a fastener if safety is bumped while trigger is depressed. Fig. 14.

22.Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times when using or handling the tool.

23.Fire fasteners into work surface only: never into materials too hard to penetrate. Fig. 15.

24.Grip tool firmly to maintain control while allowing tool to recoil away from work surface as fastener is driven. In “Contact Actuation Mode” if safety element is allowed to recontact work surface before trigger is released an unwanted fastener will be fired.

25.Do not drive fasteners on top of other fasteners, or with the tool at too steep an angle: the fasteners can ricochet causing personal injury. Fig. 15.

26.Do not drive fasteners close to the edge of the workpiece. The workpiece is likely to split allowing the fastener to fly free or ricochet causing personal injury. Fig. 16.

27.FOR TOOLS USED IN CONTACT ACTUATION MODE, Do not use on scaffoldings or ladders or for tasks in which changing location involves the use of scaffoldings, stairs, ladders, and the like. Do not use for specific tasks such as closing boxes or crates or fitting transportation safety systems on vehicles and wagons. Fig. 17.

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EMPLOYER’S RESPONSIBILITIES

Employer must enforce compliance with the safety warnings and all other instructions contained in this manual.

Keep this manual available for use by all people assigned to use this tool.

For personal safety and proper operation of this tool, read and understand tool labels and manual. Failure to follow warnings could result in DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY. Read and follow all of these instructions carefully.

FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION

Delta Model DBN125 is designed to install 18 ga. brad nails of various lengths from 3/8" to 11/4" long. Brad nails are loaded into the magazine from the side.

Delta Model DBS125 is designed as a 2 in 1 tool to install 18 ga. brad nails of various lengths from 3/8" to 11/4" long and narrow crown staples of various lengths from3/8" to 1" long. Brad nails are loaded into the magazine from the side and narrow crown staples are loaded into the magazine from the top.

Delta Model DNS100 is designed to install 18 ga. narrow crown staples of various lengths from 3/8" to 1" long. Narrow crown staples are loaded into the magazine from the top.

Delta ShopMaster nailing and stapling tools are compact, lightweight, high performance tools designed for molding, interior trim, paneling, cabinetry, picture/mirror frames and crafts. Features include jam release mechanism, tool free adjustable exhaust and fastener depth adjustments, fastener reload indicator, rubber grip, safety positioned on rear of nose and a removable rubber nose cushion with on tool storage.

Use approved Delta fasteners only.

POWER SOURCE

This tool is designed to operate on clean, dry, compressed air at regulated pressures between 70 and 120 PSI (Pounds per Square Inch)(4.8 to 8.3 BAR). The preferred system would include a filter, a pressure regulator, and an automatic oiler located as close to the tool as possible, within 15 ft/4.6 m is ideal.

All compressed air contains moisture and other contaminates that are detrimental to internal components of the tool. An air line filter will remove most of these contaminates and significantly prolong the life of the tool. If an in-lineoiler is not available: place five or six drops of Delta Air Tool Oil into the tool’s air inlet at the beginning of each workday.

The tool is equipped with a 1/4" male “quick connector”. The tool must always be connected to the air supply with a coupling such that all pressure is removed from the tool when the coupling is disconnected.

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PREPARING THE TOOL

1.After reading and understanding this entire manual, connect tool to air supply (Fig. 18).

2.Depress latch and slide magazine cover open (Fig. 19).

3.Insert a strip of approved fasteners (Fig. 20 and/or Fig. 20A). Orient fasteners with points down in the magazine. NOTE: Brad nails are side loaded and staples are top loaded.

4.Push magazine cover closed (Fig. 21).

5.Observe the low fastener indicator (A) Fig. 22 and reload as needed.

6.Adjust directional exhaust deflector (A) Fig. 23, so that the exhaust air or debris will be directed away from the operator. Grasp the deflector and rotate it to the desired position for the current application.

 

 

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

USING THE TOOL

Complete all steps of PREPARING THE TOOL before using the tool.

This tool is shipped from the factory with a “single sequential actuation” trigger.To fire, grip the tool firmly to maintain control, position nose of tool onto work surface, push the tool firmly against work surface to depress safety (S) Fig. 24, and squeeze trigger to fire a fastener. Allow tool to recoil away from work surface as fastener is driven. This “single sequential actuation” method provides the most accurate fastener placement.

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S

 

Disconnect tool from air supply before performing maintenance, clearing a jammed fastener, leaving work area, moving tool to another location, or handing the tool to another person.

Clean and inspect tool daily. Carefully check for proper operation of trigger and safety mechanism.Do Not use the tool unless both the trigger and the safety mechanism are functional, or if the tool is leaking air or needs any other repair.

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The depth to which a fastener is driven is controlled by the depth adjustment knob (A) Fig. 25. The depth of drive is factory adjusted to a nominal setting. Test fire a fastener and check depth. If a change is desired, rotate the adjustment knob (A) Fig. 25. The adjustment knob has detents every 1/4 turn. Rotate the knob (A) Fig. 25 clockwise to increase the depth of drive, rotate the knob counterclockwise to decrease the depth of drive. Test fire another fastener and check depth. Repeat as necessary to achieve desired results. The amount of air pressure required will vary depending on the size of the fastener and the material being fastened. Experiment with the air pressure setting to determine the lowest setting that will consistently perform the job at hand. Air pressure in excess of that required can cause premature wear and/or damage to the tool.

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RUBBER NOSE CUSHION

A rubber nose cushion (A) Fig. 26 is provided to reduce marring of the work surface. The rubber cushion can be removed, and stored inside the magazine (B) Fig. 27 when it is not required.

Disconnect tool from air supply before removing or reinstalling rubber cushion.

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