Introduction to Power Tools - PC\|MAC

Introduction to Power Tools - PC\|MAC

Contren # 00104-09 In the field of maintenance, Power Tools make our job much easier. Power tools can be very dangerous to the unprepared operator.

You must learn to use power tools properly and safely. Electric Tools powered by electricity Alternating Current (AC) wall receptacle Direct Current (DC) battery Drills, sanders, grinders, etc.

Pneumatic Tools powered by air pressure Air hammers, pneumatic nailers, etc. Hydraulic Tools powered by fluid pressure Pipe benders, Porta-Powers

Understand the tools operation before you use it Always disconnect power source before you service the tool or change tooling Do Not remove safety guards or interlocks

Do Not activate the trigger lock on any power tool Makes holes by spinning a drill bit into many types of material

Most common are powered by electricity Ac or DC Also powered by pneumatics Some machining centers are hydraulic powered

Always use double-insulated drills Plug cord into a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter outlet Do not insert or remove bits with drill plugged into outlet chuck Do not engage trigger while plugging in Tighten bit in chuck before operating Keyless chucks should be hand-tight Use key to tighten a keyed chuck trigger

Clean air vents with a small brush Personal Protective Equipment Safety Glasses power cord handle These are typically used when there is no source of electricity Remove battery pack to insert bits Insert bit and hand-tighten the chuck

Install battery, hold chuck while lightly squeezing trigger A few cordless drills have a keyed chuck Remove battery and install bit as with a corded Do not engage trigger while installing battery Personal Protective Equipment Safety Glasses Hammer drills include a pounding action to the rotary motion For drilling concrete, brick, and tile Most have adjustable hammering action lways use double-insulated drills

lug cord into a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter outlet Do not insert or remove bits with drill plugged into outlet Do not engage trigger while plugging in ersonal Protective Equipment Safety Glasses adjustment ring and handle depth gauge

Remove the key from the chuck before turning on the drill press Use C-clamps or other holding fixtures to secure the part to be drilled Use a center punch to indent the part and start the hole Release pressure right before the bit breaks through the bottom of the part Oil the bit as needed

handle for drill feed Portable drill press for precision drilling Magnetic base to keep drill stationary while drilling Always use double-insulated drills Plug cord into a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter outlet controls

Do not insert or remove bits with drill plugged into outlet Do not engage trigger while plugging in Personal Protective Equipment Safety Glasses drill motor drill bit/ chuck magnetic

lock Used air pressure to spin the bits Do not insert or remove bits with air hose connected Do not engage trigger while plugging in air hose Keyless chucks should be hand-tight keyless chuck

Use key to tighten a keyed chuck Personal Protective Equipment Safety Glasses keyed chuck core bit for drilling plugs in concrete, stone, slate, ceramic

spade bit for drilling in wood and other soft materials masonry bit has carbide inset on tip for drilling in concrete, stone, slate, ceramic twist bit (jobber bit)

for metal and other hard materials auger (bit) for drilling in wood and other soft materials forstner bit for drilling in wood and other soft materials

Saws are designed for cutting of material Use the proper saw for the job Use the proper blade for the material

For any powered saw, be sure the switch is in the OFF position before connection to power source. Personal Protective Equipment Safety Glasses

Sizes by the diameter of the circular blade Use both hands to operate Unplug power before adjusting or changing blades Be sure guards are in place before using The upper guard protects you from touching the blade Uses fine blades for intricate cutting Personal Protective Equipment Safety

Glasses Uses a heavier blade Can make straight or curved cuts Use both hands to operate Personal Protective Equipment Safety Glasses

Uses a continuous band with teeth Stretched between two wheels (drums) Use both hands to operate Personal Protective Equipment Safety Glasses

A circular saw with a miter box Used to cut precise angles in wood and soft material Personal Protective Equipment Safety Glasses Uses a variety of abrasive wheels, brushes, buffs, drums, bits, saws, and discs

These abrasives come in different grits or degrees of coarseness Used to finish a workpiece by shaping or smoothing the piece.

Use both hands to operate Personal Protective Equipment Safety Glasses end grinder cutoff tool grinds hard, heavy material

detail grinder die grinder pencil grinder angle grinder disc grinder smooth inside of material, such as pipe

Stationary mount on table Always use the tool rest to support your work Adjust to 1/8 gap between wheel and rest Never use a wheel above its rated maximum speed

Personal Protective Equipment Safety Glasses No gloves or loose clothing

Uses a continuous abrasive belt Stretched between two wheels (drums) Use both hands to operate Personal Protective Equipment Safety Glasses Uses circular sanding paper pressure-sensitive adhesive (PSA) or hook-and-loop (velcro) disc

for final very smooth finishing Uses strips of nails or staples nails brads staples

Always wear PPE Never aim gun toward you or anyone else Read the operating manual before first use Keep nailer oiled according to manufacturer 2 or 3 drops of oil in the air inlet Use correct nailer for the job Never load nailer with hose attached Never leave hose attached when not in use

Never attempt repairs with hose attached Be sure you know what is in the path of fire bits slide into magnetic chuck Always use double-insulated screwdrivers adjustable depth control

Plug cord into a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter outlet Do not insert or remove bits with driver plugged into outlet Do not engage trigger while plugging in Personal Protective Equipment Safety Glasses Uses gunpowder cartridges called boosters This is the same as a low-velocity firearm Do not use until you are certified Do not load until ready to fire fastener

Personal Protective Equipment Ear Protection Safety Goggles Hard Hat 27-caliber RamSet booster strip booster

An air-operated tool for loosening and tightening nuts and bolts Due to the available torque of these wrenches, keep your body stance balanced when using air impact air ratchet

jackhammer, the common name is actually a trade name Bit moves back and forth rapidly clay spade shank chisel shanks pavement breakers rock drills

service jack floor jack toe jack bottle jack

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