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Watts (Effective power) Rated idle running speed Voltage Keep children away from electrical power tools! Safety class II
Pneumatic hammer drill with chiselling action PEBH 1010
lease make sure you familiarise yourself P fully with the way the device works before you use it for the first time and that you understand how to handle electrical power tools correctly. Further details can be found in the operating instructions. Keep these instructions in a safe place. If you pass the device on to anyone else, please ensure that you also pass on all the documentation.
The PEBH 1010 hammer drill is suitable for: - hammer drilling in bricks, concrete and natural stone - drilling in wood, plastic and metal - screwing in wood, plastic and metal - chiselling in concrete, stone and plaster Any other use of or changes to the device is considered to be inappropriate and harbours a considerable danger of accidents. The manufacturer does not accept liability for damage or losses occurring as a result of the device being used for purposes other than those stated above. The device is not intended for commercial use.
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1 Tool holder (drill chuck) 2 Rubber dust protection cap 3 Locking/unlocking cap 4 ON/OFF switch 5 Locking button 6 Wheel for speed pre-selection 7 Clockwise/counter-clockwise switch 8 Function selector switch 9 Additional handgrip 10 Metal bit stop
The sound pressure level (A-weighted) of the device is typically 99,6dB (A). Uncertainty K = 3dB. The sound level while working can exceed 112,6dB(A). Wear ear protection! The total vibration (vector sum of three directions) is calculated in accordance with EN 60745: Hammer drilling in concrete: Chiselling: Vibration emission value 2 h= 13.462m/s , Uncertainty K = 1.5m/s2 Vibration emission value a 2 h= 12.320m/s , Uncertainty K = 1.5m/s2
Scope of Delivery
1 Hammer drill 1 Additional handgrip 1 quick-action drill chuck (13mm) with adapter (see Fig. A) 3 Drills (see Fig. B) 1 Flat chisel (see Fig. B) 1 Pointed chisel (see Fig. B) 1 Metal bit stop 1 Tin of lubricating grease 1 Carrying case 1 Operating instructions 1 Guarantee and Service booklet
Warning! The vibration level given in these instructions has been measured in accordance with a standardised measurement procedure specified in EN 60745 and can be used to compare devices. Different uses of the device give rise to different vibration levels and in many cases they may exceed the values given in these instructions. It is easy to underestimate the vibration load if the electrical power tool is used regularly in particular circumstances. Note: If you wish to make an accurate assessment of the vibration loads experienced during a particular period of working, you should also take into account the intervening periods of time when the device is switched off or is running but is not actually in use. This can result in a much lower vibration load over the whole of the period of working.
Rated power consumption: 1010W Rated voltage: 230V~, 50Hz Idle-running speed: n0 0-1.100/min Impact frequency: 0-5.800/min Impact energy: 2.2 joules Drill hole diameter: max. 13mm for steel max. 32mm for wood max. 26mm for concrete max. 82mm with compass saw Protection class: II/& Noise and vibration data: Values determined in accordance with EN 60745.
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G eneral safety advice for electrical power tools
Warning! Read all the safety advice and instructions! Failure to observe the safety advice and instructions may result in electric shock, fire and/or serious injury. KEEP ALL THE SAFETY ADVICE AND INSTRUCTIONS IN A SAFE PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE! c) Keep the device away from rain or moisture. Water entering an electrical device increases the of electric shock. risk d) not use the mains lead for Do any purpose for which it was not intended, e.g. to carry the device, to hang up the device or to pull the mains plug out of the mains socket. Keep the mains lead away from heat, oil, sharp edges or moving parts of the device. Damaged or tangled mains leads increase the risk of electric shock. e) hen working outdoors with an W electrical power tool always use extension cables that are also approved for use outdoors. The use of an extension cable suitable for outdoor use reduces the risk of electric shock. f) se a residual current device (RCD) U for protection if operating the electrical power tool in a moist environment is unavoidable. The use of an RCD reduces the risk of electric shock.
1. Workplace safety
a) Keep your working area clean and well lit. Untidy or poorly lit working areas can lead to accidents. b) not work with the device Do in potentially explosive environments in which there are inflammable liquids, gases or dusts. Electrical power tools create sparks, which can ignite dusts or fumes. c) eep children and other peoK ple away while you are operating the electrical tool. Distractions can cause you to lose control of the device.
3. Personal safety
a) Remain alert at all times, watch what you are doing and always proceed with caution. Do not use the device if you are tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication. One moment of carelessness when using the device can lead to serious injury. b) ear personal protective W equipment and always wear safety glasses. The wearing of personal protective equipment such as dust masks, non-slip safety shoes, safety helmets or ear protectors, appropriate to the type of electrical power tool used and work undertaken, reduces the risk of injury. c) void unintentional operation of the A device. Check that the electrical power tool is switched off before you connect it to the mains, pick it up or carry it.
2. Electrical safety
avoid danger to life from To electric shock: a) he mains plug on the device must match T the mains socket. The plug must not be modified in any way. Do not use an adapter plug with devices fitted with a protective earth. Unmodified plugs and matching sockets reduce the risk of electric shock. b) void touching earthed surfaces such A as pipes, radiators, ovens and refrigerators with any part of your body. There is an increased risk of electric shock if your body is earthed.
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Accidents can happen if you carry the device with your finger on the ON/OFF switch or with the device switched on. d) Remove any setting tools or spanners before you switch the device on. A tool or spanner left attached to a rotating part of a device can lead to injury. e) Avoid placing your body in an unnatural position. Keep proper footing and balance at all times. By doing this you will be in a better position to control the device in unforeseen circumstances. f) Wear suitable clothing. Do not wear loose clothing or jewellery. Keep your hair, clothing and gloves clear of moving parts. Loose clothing, jewellery or long hair can become trapped in moving parts. g) f vacuum dust extraction and collection I devices are fitted do not forget to check that they are properly connected and correctly used. The use of these devices reduces the hazard presented by dust. iar with it or has not read the instructions and advice. Electrical power tools are dangerous when they are used by inexperienced people. e) Look after the device carefully. Check that moving parts are working properly and move freely. Check for any parts that are broken or damaged enough to detrimentally affect the functioning of the device. Have damaged parts repaired before you use the device. Many accidents have their origins in poorly maintained electrical power tools. f) Keep cutting tools clean and sharp. Carefully maintained cutting tools with sharp cutting edges are less likely to jam and are easier to control. Use the electrical power tool, accessog) ries, inserted tools etc. in accordance with these instructions and advice, and the stipulations drawn up for this particular type of device. In doing this, take into account the working conditions and the task in hand. The use of electrical power tools for purposes other than those intended can lead to dangerous situations.
4. areful handling and use of C electrical power tools
a) not overload the device. Always Do use an electrical power tool that is intended for the task you are undertaking. By using the right electrical power tool for the job you will work more safely and achieve a better result. b) not use an electrical power tool if Do its switch is defective. An electrical power tool that can no longer be switched on and off is dangerous and must be repaired. P c) ull the mains plug from the socket before you make any adjustments to the device, change accessories or when the device is put away. This precaution is intended to prevent you from unintentionally starting the device. d) When not in use always ensure that electrical power tools are kept out of reach of children. Do not let anyone use the device if he or she is not famil-
Safety advice for hammer drill
J Wear ear protection. The effect of noise can cause hearing loss.
J Use the auxiliary handle 9 supplied with the device. Loss of control can lead to injury. J the inserted tool jams, switch off the If electrical power tool immediately. Be prepared for high reaction torques as they may cause kickback. J For your safety, the hammer drill PEBH 1010 has been fitted with an overload clutch. This ensures that the drive is automatically disengaged if the drill bit jams. Nevertheless, you must always keep proper
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General safety advice for electrical power tools/Preparing for use
footing and balance, hold the hammer drill firmly with both hands and use the auxiliary handle 9. J Wear safety glasses and a dust mask! POISONOUS DUSTS! Working with harmful/noxious dusts represents a risk to the health of the person operating the device and to anyone near the working area. J not drill any material containing Do asbestos. Asbestos is a known carcinogen. J not allow the ventilation slots to become Do covered while the device is operating. Do not insert any objects into the ventilation slots.
Q Q Assembling
Note: For safety reasons this device may only be used when the additional handgrip 9 is correctly assembled (see also Fig. D, E). j Attach the additional handgrip 9 to the spindle neck and turn it in an anticlockwise direction until it is tight.
Attention! Service lines!
j Setting the depth stop 10 in the auxiliary handle 9. j the required drilling depth by sliding the Set depth stop 10.
Warning! Take steps to ensure that. you do not hit upon any service lines (electricity, gas, water) when working with electrical appliances. Check, if need be with a service line detector, before you start to cut or bore into a surface.
J Use only the ancillaries and accessories that are detailed in the operating instructions. The use of ancillaries and accessories other than those recommended in the operating instructions could lead to an increased risk of personal injury for you.
Inserting a Tool: j Before inserting the tool, apply a small amount of grease to the tool holder 1. j order to insert the tool, pull the locking/unIn locking cap 3 to the rear and insert the tool. j Release the locking/unlocking cap 3. This locks the tool holder in place. Pull the tool to ensure that it is firmly locked in place. The tool has some radial play inherent in the system. Removing a Tool: j order to remove the tool, pull the locking/ In unlocking cap 3 to the rear.
Note the mains voltage! The voltage of the mains socket must match that shown on the rating plate on the device (Devices marked with 230V~ can also be operated at 220V~).
quick action chuck for round-shank drills
Warning! Do not use the round-shank drill for hammer drilling or chiselling work! j the function selector switch 8 to the drill Set symbol.
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Inserting the RHM Quick-Action Drill Chuck for Round-Shank Drills: j insert the additional drill chuck for roundTo shank drills (see also Fig. A), pull the locking/ unlocking cap 3 towards the rear and insert the additional drill chuck. j Release the locking/unlocking cap 3. This locks the tool holder in place. Pull the tool to ensure that it is firmly locked in place. Removing the RHM Quick-Action Drill Chuck for Round-Shank Drills: j order to remove the additional drill chuck, In pull the locking/unlocking cap 3 towards the rear and take out the additional drill chuck. Inserting Tools: Warning! DANGER OF INJURY! Before making any modifications to the device ensure that it is switched off and that the mains plug has been removed from the socket. The RHM quick-action drill chuck allows you to change the tool quickly without any additional implements. Releasing the tool holder and inserting a tool: j Hold the rear sleeve of the quick-action drill chuck tightly and turn the front sleeve until it is wide enough for the tool (e.g. round-shank drill) to be inserted. j Then insert the tool. Clamping the Tool: j Hold the rear sleeve of the quick-action drill chuck tightly and turn the front sleeve forcefully until you hear a repeated clicking noise. The drill chuck is now locked in place. j lock can be released again by turning the The front sleeve in the opposite direction. Using Assembly Tools for Screws and Nuts: j an appropriate bit holder if you would like Use to use screwdriver inserts/bits for screwing. j should only use inserts/bits which fit the You screw head. j Turn the function selector switch 8 to the drill symbol.
the Function with the Function Selector Switch
ote: The function must only be changed N when the device is switched off, as otherwise it may be damaged. Depending on the intended use, you can select between four functions by turning the function selector switch 8. j Turn the function selector switch 8 so that the desired symbol locks into place next to the arrow mark. The functions are marked as follows: Function
Drilling/screwing Hammer drilling Chiselling Chisel position adjustment
Adjusting the Chisel Position: function makes chiselling work This considerably easier by the setting of individual angle positions for the chisel. This enables you to turn the tool for the chiselling work (see also Fig. C, D) to the required position. j Turn the function selector switch 8 to the position. j Turn the tool in the tool holder 1 to the required position. j the chiselling work turn the function selector For switch 8 to the position.
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Preparing for use/Maintenance and Cleaning/Disposal
Selecting the Angle of Rotation
Select the direction of rotation by setting the rotation direction switch 7. Warning! Do not use or set the rotation direction switch 7 unless the device has come to a standstill.
Switching off temporary operation: j Release the ON/OFF switch 4. Switching on permanent operation: j Press the ON/OFF switch 4 and lock it in the on position by means of the locking button 5. Switching off permanent operation: j Press the ON/OFF switch 4 and release it again.
Pre-selecting the Speed
With the wheel on the speed pre-selector 6 you can pre-select the operating speed to your individual requirements. If a low speed has been pre-selected, the ON/OFF switch 4 is automatically restricted in the extent to which it can be pulled back (due to the reduced speed of rotation). Recommended speed ranges: (non-binding; if necessary, you should determine the correct setting by a practical test): - High-speed: for hammer drilling in concrete or stone and for chiselling - Medium speed: for drilling into steel or wood - Low speed: for screwing Low speed/high speed: j Turn the wheel for speed pre-selection 6. The ON/OFF switch 4 has a variable speed control. j pressing the switch you can increase the By speed continuously.
Maintenance and Cleaning
Warning! DANGER OF INJURY! Always pull the mains plug out of the socket before doing any work on the device. j Always keep the device clean, dry and free of oil or grease. jNo liquids must be allowed to enter the hammer drill. j Clean the hammer drill regularly, preferably always immediately after finishing your work. j Please use a dry cloth for cleaning the housing. Under no circumstances should you use petrol, solvent or cleaning agents which might attack the plastic. j Clean the tool holder 1 regularly. CAUTION! UNDER TENSION! To do so, pull the locking/unlocking cap 3 towards the rear and lever off the rubber dust protection cap 2. Release the locking/unlocking cap 3 slowly. j Clean the components with a brush and apply a small amount of grease to them.
When operating the hammer drill you can choose between temporary and permanent operation. Use the temporary operation for small jobs and permanent operation for long jobs. Your desired setting is operated as follows: Switching on temporary operation: j Press the ON/OFF switch 4.
packaging is wholly composed of The environmentally-friendly materials that can be disposed of at a local recycling centre. not dispose of electrical Do power tools with the household rubbish!
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In accordance with European Directive 2002/96/EC (covering waste electrical and electronic equipment) and its transposition into national legislation, worn out electrical power tools must be collected separately and taken for environmentally compatible recycling. Contact your local refuse disposal authority for more details of how to dispose of your worn out electrical devices.
Q Q Q eclaration D
We, Komperna GmbH, Burgstr. 21, 44867 Bochum, Germany, hereby declare that this product complies with the following EU directives: Machinery Directive (98/37/EG) EU Low Voltage Directive (2006/95/EG) Electromagnetic Compatibility (2004/108/EG) Type/Description of product: Parkside Pneumatic hammer drill with chiselling action PEBH 1010 Bochum, 30.04.2008
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