PNEUMATIC TORQUE WRENCH:
AIR PRESSURE REGULATORTo increase air pressure (and torque)turn the âTâ handle clockwiseNOTE: THE TOOL MUST ALWAYSBE RUNNING WHEN SETTING AIRPRESSURE
1/2âNPT INLETInstall the supplied airline tothe 1/2â NPT outlet part on theautomatic oiler.The quickconnect fitting at the appositeend of the hose will beattached th the RADâ tool.
1/2âNPT INLETInstall your air supply to the1/2â NPT female part in theregulator.A minimun 1/2â airline must be used capable of100 psi at 30 cfm.
AUTOMATIC OILERFill the automatic oiler with airtool oil only.Fill from the topor by removing and filling thebowl, then reinstalling from thebottom.
PNEUMATIC TORQUE WRENCHES are reversible,,non-impacting,torque controlledtightening tools and must always be operated with the following:Clean dry air supply with a minimum flow of 100psi and 30cfm and 1/2â air lineCage Assembly with lubricator and regulatorImpact SocketsProper Reaction Arm
Blow out hoses before connecting.Connect the wrench Air Inlet- to the outlet side of the cage Assembly,observing airflow direction.Connect air supply to inlet side of the cage Assembly using a minimum hose size of 1/2âCheck oil level in lubricator and fill to correct level.Attach Reaction Arm (B) to Spline or Serpentine (C) adjacent to the Output Drive (D) of the wrench and secure with circlip.
OPERATING THE WRENCH:
Fit the wrench with the correct size impact socket to suit the bolt to be tightened.Check that the Forward/Reverse switch is set correctly.Rotate the handle to a convenient position relative to the Reaction Arm.Fit the tooI onto the bolt to be tightened with the Reaction Arm adjacent to the reaction point. (see figure 2)Squeeze the Trigger (F) partially to bring the Reaction Arm into contact with the reaction point.