Pliers, Hammers, Screwdrivers, Pipe Wrenches
Only authorized professionals should use original replacement parts to repair your equipment. This is a guarantee to maintain the safety of the power tool.
China tools supplier to share with you:
A) keep the work area clean and well lit.Chaotic and dimly lit work areas can cause accidents.
B) do not use power tools in an environment with explosion risk, such as combustible liquid, gas or dust.Sparks from power tools can ignite dust and gas.
C) keep children and others away when using power tools.Distraction can cause you to lose control of your device.
2) electric safety
A) the Power socket must match the power plug of china power tools. Do not alter the power plug under any circumstances. Do not use any socket with common ground.Unmodified plugs and proper sockets reduce the risk of electric shock.
B) avoid touching grounded surfaces, such as pipes, heaters, stoves and refrigerators.If your body is grounded, it will increase the risk of electric shock.
c) Keep the equipment away from rain and humidity. Water ingress of power tools increases the risk of electric shock.
d) Do not use the power cord for other purposes, such as when lifting, hanging tools, or unplugging the plug from the socket. Keep the power cord away from heat, grease, sharp edges, or moving tool parts. Damaged or twisted power cords increase the risk of electric shock.
e) When using the power tool outdoors, use an extension power cord that allows outdoor use. Use an extension power cord suitable for outdoor use to reduce the risk of electric shock.
3) Life safety
a) Stay awake, focus on your work, and operate your power tools wisely. Do not use power tools when you are tired or affected by narcotics, alcohol, or drugs. A momentary distraction when using a power tool can cause serious injury.
b) Wear personal protective equipment and always wear eye protection. Bring personal protective equipment according to the form and characteristics of power tools, such as dust masks, non-slip safety shoes, safety helmets or noise protection earmuffs, to reduce the risk of injury.
c) Avoid accidentally opening the device. Before inserting the plug into the socket, make sure the switch is set to the "OFF" position. When moving or carrying a power tool, if you place your finger on the switch, or plug the power tool into the power while the switch is in the on position, an accident may occur.
d) Please remove and remove the adjustment screwdriver or wrench before opening the power tool. Tools or wrenches that come into contact with rotating equipment parts can cause injury.
e) Please do not overestimate yourself. Always take care to stand safely and balance. This guarantees you better control of your power tools in the event of an accident.
f) Please wear appropriate clothes. Do not wear clothes and accessories that are too wide. Keep hair, clothing and gloves away from working parts. Saggy clothing accessories or long hair may be caught in moving parts.
g) If the equipment purchased includes a vacuum or dust collection system, connect and use them properly. Use of these devices reduces the risk of dust.
4) Use and maintenance of power tools
a) Do not overload power tools. Please select the appropriate power tool according to the job requirements. Using the right power tool at rated speed will make your job better and safer.
b) Do not use power tools with damaged switches. Any power tool that cannot be controlled with a switch is dangerous and must be repaired.
c) Before adjusting the device, changing accessories or storing the device, please unplug it from the socket. These safety standards prevent accidental startup of the equipment.
d) Keep unused circular saw blades out of the reach of children. Please do not allow anyone who does not understand the power tool or who has not read these instructions to operate the power tool. The use of power tools by untrained persons is dangerous.
e) Careful maintenance of power tools. Check for incorrect adjustments, jamming of moving parts, breakage of parts, and everything else that may affect the normal operation of the power tool. The power tool in question must be repaired before it can be used. Many accidents are caused by poorly maintained power tools.
f) Keep cutting tools sharp and clean. The well-maintained cutting tools with sharp blades are less likely to get stuck and easier to operate.
g) According to the requirements of the operating instructions, while considering the working environment and type of work, according to the design purpose of the specific power tool, the correct selection of power tools, accessories, replacement tools, etc. Applying power tools to work beyond the intended use range can be dangerous.
5) Maintenance and use of battery power tools
a) Make sure the switch is turned off before inserting the battery. Inserting the battery into an open power tool may cause an accident.
b) Use the charger specified by the manufacturer to charge the battery. A charger suitable for one type of battery may cause a fire when charging another type of battery.
c) Use only specified batteries in power tools. Use of other batteries may cause injury and fire hazard.
d) Keep unused batteries away from office clips, coins, keys, nails, nuts or other small metal objects that may cause a short circuit. Shorted electrodes can cause fire or even fire.
e) Improper use of the battery may cause liquid to flow out. Avoid contact with these liquids. In case of contact, rinse immediately with water. If liquid gets into your eyes, consult a doctor immediately. The outflow may cause skin irritation or cause burning.
f) Only authorized professionals should use original replacement parts to repair your equipment. This is a guarantee to maintain the safety of the power tool.