1. Insert the staple or staple cassette into the guide with the ends of the staple pointing down. Gradually, the staples are sequentially replenished - it is important that there are always so many staples on the guide so that the pusher is on the vertical section of the guide. Staples of the sizes indicated in Fig. 1 are suitable for the tacker.
2. A weight is put on the guide and fixed with a clamping ring.
3. Set the appropriate space in the bracket seat with the adjusting screw. To adjust the space, the screw is twisted or unscrewed with a 3 mm hex wrench. It should be remembered that too much tightening can damage the staples and even block the instrument (tacker). The space in the socket must be adjusted so that the staples do not fall out and the tool works correctly.
The nest space must be adjusted before using the tacker for the first time! (fig.2)
4. If necessary, use a pitch limiter to set the required hammer spring compression. Attention! As a rule, the factory settings of the tacker have optimal spring tension parameters.
5. The tool is applied to the pipe in such a way that the profile of the body joins with it. Then the staples are driven in by pressing the handle. Important! If two brackets are driven in one place, then the percussion mechanism will be blocked.
6. Be aware that accidents may occur due to improper use of the tool.
Do not attach the body profile to the body, insert a finger into the staple slot, etc.
The moving parts of the tool should be kept clean and should not be lubricated with oil and grease.