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Powder Actuated Tools - JobMaster

Supplier: Ramset

The Ramset JobMaster Indirect Acting Tool is a proven leader in the fastening equipment field.

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Being only 375mm in length and weighing only 2.2 kg., it is recommended for medium to heavy duty applications. Fitted with an 8mm fastener guide it will accept drive pins of the universal LDU Series up to 75mm length and M6 threaded studs.

The JobMasterTM has the ability to fasten into VERY HARD concrete and up to 10mm mild steel.

Just as no one should merely read a book about driving a car and then to run it safely, no one should undertake to use a powder actuated tool without adequate study of the tool and the local government regulations governing the use of powder actuated tools.

 
FEATURE BENEFITS
Tool technology Uses the latest in LV
  • Technology to meet customer needs.
Suitable for most applications when fixing to concrete or steel
  • Versatile for different applications/projects and saves labour time.
5 strength Power load range
  • For precise fixing control.
Fixes up to 50mm thick timber
  • This tool can be used to fix timber up to 50mm thick which enables versatility of projects and applications.
Affordable concrete fixing
  • Saves money.
Stress free application
  • No anchoring or drilling.
Easy to use
  • Spannerless servicing.
Minimal maintenance
  • Saves money and time.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

  1. CYCLE THE TOOL

    Open the tool by holding the barrel and sliding it firmly forward until it reaches the stop point, then close it by pushing the barrel back until it closes.
  2. SELECT AND LOAD THE FASTENER

    Select the correct fastener for the application. Point the tool down and away from yourself, and any other person. Insert a fastener, HEAD FIRST into the fastener guide at the front end of the tool, making sure the fastener guide stays in the forward position.
  3. INSERT THE POWER LOAD

    With the correct fastener loaded, open the tool fully in a downward direction and insert the power load. Close the tool. NOTE: Always use the lowest strength power load first for firing test.
  4. TAKE UP THE CORRECT FIRING STANCE

    Make sure the tool is at right angles (90º) in both directions to the work surface.

    Your body should be directly behind the tool in a balanced posture.

    FIRE THE TOOL

    Press the fastener guide firmly against the work surface, Call ‘Firing’ to alert those nearby, and pull the trigger.
  5. Check the fastener has been correctly set.
  6. ADJUST THE POWER, IF NECESSARY

    If the fastener is over driven, reduce power by selecting a lower strength power load.

    If THE fastener is under driven, increase power by inserting the next strength power load.
  7. Repeat steps 1-8 for the next fixing point and so on.

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