Snap-on CAT3 - page 627

SAFETY
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Electrical, Electronic Service
(pliers, cutters, mini-torch)
• Broken tips or cut material can fly.
Wear safety shield. (User and bystanders)
Flying material can cause injury.
• Material can cause sparks or flying particles when heated.
Wear safety goggles. (User and bystanders)
Sparks and flying particles can cause injury.
• Butane will explode or burn when ignited.
Do not store butane at a temperature above 120°.
Hold Butane away from body and face.
Explosion or flames can cause injury.
• Electrical shock hazard.
Do not use on live electrical circuits.
Electrical shock can cause injury.
Extractors
• Drilling pilot holes, inserting extractors and using extractors
can cause flying chips. Extractors can break if overloaded.
Wear safety goggles. (User and bystanders)
For hand use only.
Flying chips and broken tools can cause injury.
Gear Head Torque Multipliers
• Use of gear head torque multipliers for torque control may
result in inaccurate torque application.
For accurate control of torque use an Electrotork
®
,
a Torqometer
®
or other measuring device located
directly on the fastener.
Limited accuracy of the torque ratio of a gear head torque
multiplier may cause improper preload of the fastener if it
is used for torque control.
Hand Tools
• Chrome and industrial finish hand tools can break if
overloaded or used for the wrong application.
Wear safety goggles. (User and bystanders)
Do not use chrome or industrial finish hand tools
with power drivers.
Use only impact sockets and accessories with
impact wrenches.
Use only power sockets and accessories with
power wrenches.
Broken hand tools, sockets or accessories can cause injury.
• Electrical shock hazard.
Do not use on live electrical circuits.
Electrical shock can cause injury.
Impact Drivers
• Impact drivers can cause tool breakage or flying objects.
Wear safety goggles. (User and bystanders)
Flying objects can cause injury.
Wear hearing protection. (User and bystanders)
Knives
• Blades are sharp and can cut. Blades can break causing
flying objects.
Wear safety goggles. (User and bystanders)
Do not pry or bend blade.
Keep away from children.
Sharp edges and flying objects can cause injury.
Nut Splitters
• Use of impact wrench can cause nut splitter to break.
Wear safety goggles. (User and bystanders)
Do not use with impact wrench.
Broken tools can cause injury.
Plastic Handled Tools
• Plastic handles do not protect from electrical shock.
Do not use on live electrical circuits.
Electrical shock can cause injury.
Pliers/Cutters
• Broken tips or cut material can fly.
Wear safety goggles. (User and bystanders)
Flying material can cause injury.
Prybars
• Prying can cause flying chips. Chipped or cracked prybars
can cause flying chips. Prybars can chip if struck.
Wear safety goggles. (User and bystanders)
Do not use pipe or lever extension.
Do not use a prybar if chipped or cracked.
Do not use a prybar as a punch or hammer.
Flying chips can cause injury.
Pullers, Presses
• Puller parts under stress can break.
Wear safety goggles. (User and bystanders)
Broken parts can cause injury.
Ratchets
• Ratchet mechanism may slip or break if dirty. Mismatched
or partially worn parts can cause ratchet to slip or break.
Frequently inspect, clean and lubricate all non-sealed
ratchet mechanisms with light oil.
Do not immerse sealed ratchet in fluids.
Do not replace worn parts individually, use entire
contents of the service kit.
Ratchets that slip or break can cause injury.
Riveting, Sanding, Door Tools
• Riveting and nut setting tools can cause
flying chips.
Wear safety goggles. (User and bystanders)
Flying chips can cause injuries.
Scrapers
• Scrapers and putty knives can break if used for prying
or chiseling.
Wear safety goggles. (User and bystanders)
Do not use a scraper or putty knife as a prybar
or chisel.
Broken tools can cause injury.
SAFETY WARNINGS
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