Kadaka tee 1 (Rabaküla tee 4/1 ) Tallinn - Tellimisel
Linnamäe tee 37A Tallinn - Tellimisel
Meistri tee 3 Tutermaa - 2
Multifunctional sharpener 150 W for sharpening steel drill bits 3 mm -13 mm, knives, axes and choppers scissors.
Mains voltage - 230 V
Mains frequency - 50 Hz
Rated power - 150 W
Rated revolutions - 5500 min-1
Drill diameter - 3 mm -13 mm
Point tip angle - 118 degrees
Insulation class - II
Degree of protection - IP20
- sound pressure LpA ± KpA - 81.56 ± 3 dB (A)
- sound power LwA ± KwA - 94.56 ± 3 dB (A)
Weight - 1.62 kg
Purpose / use
- sharpening of drills for drilling in metal or universal drills
- sharpening of knives
- sharpening of scissors
- sharpening of axes and cleavers
, provided that all the above-mentioned the products are made of steel.
Before starting work, place the sharpener on an even, flat and hard surface. Make sure all tool feet are on the ground. The sharpener should only be used in dry rooms, without the possibility of access by unauthorized persons, especially children.
SHARPENSING, KNIVES AND SCISSORS
- sharpening of axes of knives and scissors should be carried out with gloves protecting against cuts.
- Select a slot for sharpening a given type of blade.
- Switch on the sharpener and wait until the rated speed is reached.
- Insert the blade into the appropriate slot and then pull in the direction opposite to the direction of rotation of the grinding disc marked on the grinder housing (II).
- When pulling, apply the blade to the grinding disc with little force. Repeat the operation several times.
- Then turn off the sharpener with the switch and disconnect the plug from the mains socket.
Warning! When sharpening, always pull the blade in the opposite direction to the grinding stone.
Do not pull the blade in the direction of rotation of the sanding pad.
Before you start sharpening the drill, attach it in the holder in a suitable way. To do this, press the latch of the jaws and they will open them (III). With the handle knob set the diameter slightly larger than the diameter of the sharpened drill, so as to ensure the free movement of the drill in the holder. Insert the holder into the drill positioning socket (IV). It should be noted that the drill chuck has splines that must be inserted into the slot cuts (V). Raise the jaw latch, which will catch the drill bit, rotate the bit so that it is caught in the narrowest place (VI).
Use the adjustment knob to determine the amount of material to be collected during sharpening. Turning the knob in the direction of the arrow increases the amount of material collected (VII). In the case of regular sharpening of the drill, set the minimum level of collected material. In the case of major damage to the drill, set a higher level of collected material.
Press the drill bit against the face of the positioning pin (VIII), and then tightening the handle knob in a clockwise direction, immobilize the bit in the holder (IX). Press the jaw latch and open it, and then pull out the handle with the attached drill bit from the positioning socket.
Connect the sharpener to the mains, switch on the sharpener and wait until the rated speed is reached. Open the drill head cover by sliding it in the direction of the arrow. Insert the handle behind the attached drill bit into the socket, making sure that the tabs of the holder hit the socket cuts (X). After hearing the grinding noise, move it one way and the other for 5 - 10 seconds, simultaneously pressing the bit with a slight force to the grinding disc. Then slide the handle out of the socket, rotate it 180 degrees and repeat the operation for the other edge of the drill bit. Always sharpen both edges of the drill.
Warning! Each edge should be sharpened with the same amount of time and pressed with the same force. This will prevent uneven sharpening of the drill.
In the case of sharpening of drills with a diameter of 10 mm and more, the process of grinding the surface of the drill bit must be carried out. For this purpose, after sharpening in the manner described above, the drill bit must be inserted into the grinding socket of the drill point surface and gently pressed down for a few seconds (XI). Then slide the handle out of the socket, rotate it 180 degrees and repeat the operation for the second surface of the drill.
Warning! Each surface should be polished with the same amount of time and pressed with the same force. This will prevent uneven sharpening of the drill.
After sharpening the drill you should evaluate the results of work. If the tip of the drill after sharpening turns blue or different in relation to the natural color of the steel, it means overheating of the surface and reduce the pressure of the drill to the grinding disc during sharpening.
If, after sharpening, the edges of the drill bit are not equal in length, the time and pressure of sharpening of each side of the drill should be evened out.
EMPTYING DUST CARTRIDGES The sharpener
has been equipped with two containers in which dust generated during operation is collected. Each time after finishing work, they must be emptied. For this purpose, they should be removed from the housing of the sharpener, cleaned and then fixed in the housing of the sharpener.
|Gross weight (kg)||2.2500|
|Rotational speed [1 / min]||5500|