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Powder Actuated Tools | Fixmaster (TS60P)

Supplier: Ramset

The TS60P model tool is a fast, reliable, low velocity tool, operating on the impact piston principle.

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 Ergonomically designed to incorporate the ultimate in operator comfort, the tool is suitable for short pin (up to 60mm long drive pins) application and is ideal for fast repetitive type use. The 10 charge collated strip magazine also uses the unique Ramset power adjustment system.

FEATURE

 

BENEFITS

 

Operating Principle
  • This tool is a safe, low velocity "Piston Tool" working on the impact piston principle.
Operator Comfort
  • The TS60P tool has been ergonomically designed for maximum comfort and efficiency, this includes incorporating a cushion into the handle to minimise recoil.
Reliability
  • A tough 9mm piston ensures reliability and a long in field life.
Light weight
  • The tool is engineered from high tech materials to minimise weight and thus reduce operator fatigue.
Thermally insulated
  • The tool utilises heat resistant materials thus ensuring cooler operation in continuous operation.
Simple to use strength settings.
  • The tool is simple to use, reliable and ideal for those highly repetitive tasks where a quality tool is required, controlled driving power by power adjustment giving multi power.



USES


  • ELECTRICIAN
    - Brackets to concrete/steel
    - Light gauge steel to concrete
  • BRICKLAYER
    - Brick ties
  • CEILING CONTRACTOR
    - Angle clip assembly
    - Brackets to concrete/steel
    - Light gauge steel to concrete
  • PLUMBER
    - Angle assembly clip
    - Brackets to concrete/steel
  • PARTITION INSTALLER
    - Light gauge steel to concrete
  • MECHANICAL SERVICES
    - Angle assembly clip
    - Brackets concrete/steel
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

  1. CYCLE THE TOOL
    To open the tool hold the front barrel by the grip provided, and slide the barrel assembly forward firmly until it reaches the barrel stop. The piston is returned within the barrel during this forward movement. To close the tool, push the barrel assembly back into the tool until the closed position is reached.
  2. INSERTING CHARGE STRIP
    With the tool in the closed position insert a charge strip into the cavity in the base of the rubber handle and push it in until the flat of your finger tip is firmly against the handle recess. The first charge is now aligned with the charge chamber prior to cocking.
  3. LOADING
    While pointing the tool down and away from yourself and any other person, insert a fastener, head first into the muzzle end of the fastener guide at the front end of the tool.
  4. FIRING
    To fire the tool, press it firmly against the work surface and pull the trigger. Always hold the tool securely, with a well balanced stance.
  5. INDEXING CHARGE STRIP
    The spent charge is removed from the tool"s chamber semi-automatically as part of the opening and closing sequence. The opening of the tool resets the charge index lever and the strip is lifted by the closing of the tool, bringing a fresh charge to the chamber.
NOTE: Double Index Control - If the tool is closed SLOWLY, subsequent opening and closing cycles will not index the fresh charge away from the chamber. Subsequent firing of the tool will reset the charge index lever and permit spent charge removal.

Strip Removal - If you need to remove the strip from the tool for safety purposes, FAST closing of the tool will override the double index control, allowing the strip to be indexed sufficiently to enable it to be manually removed.

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