Stanley Black Decker Chainsaw CS05 User Manual

CS05/CS06  
HYDRAULIC  
CHAIN SAW  
USER MANUAL  
Safety, Operation and Maintenance  
© 2014 Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.  
New Britain, CT 06053  
U.S.A.  
66864 7/2014 Ver. 8  
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TABLE OF CONTENTS  
SAFETY SYMBOLS ..................................................................................................................................................4  
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS..........................................................................................................................................5  
ELECTRICAL PRECAUTIONS .................................................................................................................................7  
TOOL STICKERS & TAGS........................................................................................................................................9  
HOSE TYPES..........................................................................................................................................................10  
HOSE RECOMMENDATIONS ................................................................................................................................ 11  
FIGURE 1. TYPICAL HOSE CONNECTIONS..................................................................................................... 11  
HTMA REQUIREMENTS.........................................................................................................................................12  
OPERATION............................................................................................................................................................13  
FIGURE 2. FELLING A TREE ..............................................................................................................................14  
FIGURE 3. CROSSCUTTING LOGS WITH PRESSURE ON TOP .....................................................................15  
FIGURE 4. CROSSCUTTING LOGS LARGER THAN BAR LENGTH WITH PRESSURE ON TOP...................15  
FIGURE 5. CROSSCUTTING LOGS/LIMBS WITH PRESSURE ON BOTTOM. ................................................16  
FIGURE 6. CROSSCUTTING THICK LOGS WITH PRESSURE ON BOTTOM .................................................16  
TOOL PROTECTION & CARE................................................................................................................................18  
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................................................................19  
SPECIFICATIONS...................................................................................................................................................20  
ACCESSORIES.......................................................................................................................................................20  
SERVICE TOOLS....................................................................................................................................................20  
CS05/CS06 PARTS ILLUSTRATION ......................................................................................................................21  
CS05/CS06 PARTS LIST ........................................................................................................................................22  
UNDERWATER TOOLS DEPTH GUIDELINE.........................................................................................................24  
IMPORTANT  
To ll out a Product Warranty Recording form, and for information on your warranty,  
visit Stanleyhydraulics.com and select the Company tab, Warranty.  
(NOTE: The warranty recording form must be submitted to validate the warranty).  
SERVICING: This manual contains safety, operation, and routine maintenance instructions. Stanley Hy-  
draulic Tools recommends that servicing of hydraulic tools, other than routine maintenance, be performed  
by an authorized and certified dealer. Please read the following warning.  
WARNING  
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH COULD RESULT FROM  
THE IMPROPER REPAIR OR SERVICE OF THIS TOOL.  
REPAIRS AND / OR SERVICE TO THIS TOOL MUST ONLY BE  
DONE BY AN AUTHORIZED AND CERTIFIED DEALER.  
For the nearest authorized and certified dealer, call Stanley Hydraulic Tools at the number listed on the back  
of this manual and ask for a Customer Service Representative.  
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SAFETY SYMBOLS  
Safety symbols and signal words, as shown below, are used to emphasize all operator, maintenance and repair ac-  
tions which, if not strictly followed, could result in a life-threatening situation, bodily injury or damage to equipment.  
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury  
hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible  
injury or death.  
This safety alert and signal word indicate an imminently hazardous situation  
which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.  
DANGER  
WARNING  
CAUTION  
This safety alert and signal word indicate a potentially hazardous situation  
which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.  
This safety alert and signal word indicate a potentially hazardous situation  
which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.  
This signal word indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoid-  
ed, may result in property damage.  
CAUTION  
NOTICE  
This signal word indicates a situation which, if not avoided, will result in damage  
to the equipment.  
This signal word indicates a situation which, if not avoided, may result in dam-  
age to the equipment.  
IMPORTANT  
Always observe safety symbols. They are included for your safety and for the protection of the tool.  
LOCAL SAFETY REGULATIONS  
Enter any local safety regulations here. Keep these instructions in an area accessible to the operator and mainte-  
nance personnel.  
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS  
Tool operators and maintenance personnel must always  
Do not operate a damaged, improperly adjusted, or  
comply with the safety precautions given in this manual  
and on the stickers and tags attached to the tool and  
hose.  
incompletely assembled chain saw. Be sure that the  
chain stops moving when the control trigger is re-  
leased.  
These safety precautions are given for your safety. Re-  
view them carefully before operating the tool and before  
performing general maintenance or repairs.  
Never wear loose clothing that can get entangled in  
the working parts of the tool.  
Keep all parts of your body away from the chain saw  
and maintain proper footing and balance at all times.  
Supervising personnel should develop additional pre-  
cautions relating to the specific work area and local  
safety regulations. If so, place the added precautions in  
the space provided in this manual.  
Warning: Use of this tool on certain materials during  
demolition could generate dust potentially contain-  
ing a variety of hazardous substances such as as-  
bestos, silica or lead. Inhalation of dust containing  
these or other hazardous substances could result  
in serious injury, cancer or death. Protect yourself  
and those around you. Research and understand  
the materials you are cutting. Follow correct safety  
procedures and comply with all applicable national,  
state or provisional health and safety regulations  
relating to them, including, if appropriate arranging  
for the safe disposal of the materials by a qualified  
person.  
The model CS05/CS06 Hydraulic Chain Saw will provide  
safe and dependable service if operated in accordance  
with the instructions given in this manual. Read and un-  
derstand this manual and any stickers and tags attached  
to the tool and hose before operation. Failure to do so  
could result in personal injury or equipment damage.  
Do not rely exclusively upon the safety devices built  
into the saw. As a chain saw user, several steps  
must be taken to keep your cutting jobs free from  
accidents or injury.  
The operator must start in a work area without by-  
standers. Flying debris can cause serious injury.  
Do not operate the tool unless thoroughly trained  
or under the supervision of an instructor. Establish  
a training program for all operators to ensure safe  
operation.  
With basic understanding of kickback, you can  
reduce or eliminate the element of surprise.  
Sudden surprise contributes to accidents.  
To avoid personal injury or equipment damage,  
all tool repair, maintenance and service must  
only be performed by authorized and properly  
trained personnel.  
Always wear safety equipment such as goggles, ear  
and head protection, and safety shoes at all times  
when operating the tool. Use gloves and aprons  
when necessary.  
Keep a good firm grip on the saw with both  
hands, the right hand on the rear handle and  
the left hand on the front handle when operating  
the saw. Use a firm grip with thumbs and fingers  
encircling the chain saw handles. A firm grip will  
help reduce kickback and maintain control of  
the saw. Do not let go.  
The operator must be familiar with all prohibited  
work areas such as excessive slopes and danger-  
ous terrain conditions.  
Do not inspect, clean or replace any part(s) if the  
hydraulic power source is connected. Do not inspect  
or clean the tool while the hydraulic power source is  
connected. Accidental engagement of the tool can  
cause serious injury.  
Make sure the area in which you are cutting is  
free of obstructions. Never allow the nose of the  
guide bar to contact the log, branch or any ob-  
struction that can be accidently hit while operat-  
ing the saw.  
Always connect hoses to the tool hose couplers be-  
fore energizing the hydraulic power source. Be sure  
all hose connections are tight and are in good condi-  
tion.  
Never start the tool while it is lying on the ground.  
Cut at rated operating speeds (gpm).  
Do not operate the tool at oil temperatures above  
140 °F/60 °C. Operation at higher temperatures can  
cause higher than normal temperatures at the tool  
which can result in operator discomfort.  
Do not overreach or cut above shoulder height.  
Follow the manufacturer’s sharpening and  
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS  
maintenance instructions for the saw chain.  
When cutting a limb that is under tension, be alert  
for springback so that you will not be struck when  
the tension on the limb is released.  
Only use replacement bars and chains specified  
by Stanley Hydraulic Tools. Chains must meet  
the requirements of ANSI B175.1 for low kick-  
back performance.  
Keep the handles dry, clean and free of oil.  
Do not operate a chain saw while in a tree unless  
you have been specially trained to do so.  
Always be well rested and mentally alert before op-  
erating the chain saw.  
When using tools near energized transmission lines,  
be sure to use only hoses labeled and certified non-  
conductive.  
Do not allow other persons to be near the chain saw  
when starting or cutting with the chain saw. Keep  
bystanders and animals out of the work area.  
Turn off the power unit or move the hydraulic control  
valve to neutral before setting the saw down.  
Do not starting cutting until you have a clear work  
area, secure footing and a planned escape path  
from a falling tree.  
Use a guide bar scabbard when transporting the  
saw.  
Carry the saw with the unit de-energized and the bar  
and chain to the rear of your body.  
Know the location of buried or covered electrical  
services before starting work.  
Use extreme caution when cutting small size brush  
and saplings. Twigs may catch the saw chain and  
be whipped toward the operator or pull the operator  
off balance.  
To avoid personal injury or equipment damage, all  
tool repair, maintenance and service must only be  
performed by authorized and properly trained per-  
sonnel.  
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ELECTRICAL PRECAUTIONS  
The following guidelines must be followed to prevent 1. Branches or limbs being removed cannot first be  
accidental contact with overhead electrical conductors  
and/or communication wires and cables. (ref. ANSI  
Z133.1-2000)  
cut (with a pole pruner/pole saw) to sufficiently  
clear electrical conductors, so as to avoid con-  
tact.  
Working in Proximity to Electrical Hazards:  
2. Roping is required to remove branches or limbs  
from such electrical conductors. This does not  
apply to individuals working on behalf of, or em-  
ployed by, electrical system owners/operators  
engaged in line-clearing operations incidental to  
their normal occupation.  
An inspection shall be made by a qualified arborist to  
determine whether an electrical hazard exists before  
climbing, or otherwise entering, or performing work in  
or on a tree.  
Only qualified line-clearance arborists or qualified line-  
clearance arborist trainees shall be assigned to work  
where an electrical hazard exists. Qualified line-clear-  
ance arborist trainees shall be under the direct supervi-  
sion of qualified line-clearance arborist.  
Qualified line-clearance arborists and line-clearance  
arborist trainees shall maintain minimum approach  
distances from energized electrical conductors in ac-  
cordance with Table 1.  
A second qualified line-clearance arborists or line-clear-  
ance arborist trainees shall be within vision or voice  
communication during line-clearing operations aloft  
when line-clearance arborists or line-clearance arborist  
trainees must approach closer than 10 feet (3.05 me-  
ters) to any energized electrical conductor in excess of  
750 volts (primary conductor) or when:  
All other arborists shall maintain a minimum ap-  
proach distance from energized electrical conductors  
in accordance with Table 2.  
Branches hanging on an energized electrical con-  
ductor shall be removed using non-conductive equip-  
ment.  
Table 1 – Minimum approach distances from energized conductors for qualified line-clearance arborists and  
qualified line- clearance arborist trainees.  
Includes 1910.269  
elevation factor,  
Includes 1910.269  
elevation factor,  
5001 – 10,000 ft1  
Includes 1910.269 elevation  
sea level to 5000 ft1  
factor, 10,000 – 14,000 ft1  
Nominal Voltage  
(kV phase-to-phase)  
ft–in  
m
ft–in  
m
ft–in  
m
0.05 to 1.0  
1.1 to 15.0  
Avoid contact  
Avoid contact  
Avoid contact  
2–04  
2–09  
3–00  
3–09  
4–06  
5–02  
6–00  
7–11  
0.71  
0.84  
0.92  
1.14  
1.37  
1.58  
1.83  
2.41  
4.02  
5.80  
8.34  
2–08  
3–02  
3–05  
4–03  
5–02  
5–11  
0.81  
0.97  
1.04  
1.30  
1.58  
1.80  
2.08  
2.75  
4.58  
6.63  
9.53  
2–10  
3–05  
3–09  
4–07  
5–07  
6–05  
7–05  
9–09  
16–03  
23–06  
33–10  
0.86  
1.04  
1.14  
1.40  
1.70  
1.96  
2.26  
2.97  
4.96  
7.17  
10.32  
15.1 to 36.0  
36.1 to 46.0  
46.1 to 72.5  
72.6 to 121.0  
138.0 to 145.0  
161.0 to 169.0  
230.0 to 242.0  
345.0 to 362.0  
500.0 to 550.0  
765.0 to 800.0  
6–10  
9–00  
15–00  
21–09  
31–03  
13–02  
19–00  
27–04  
1 Exceeds phase-to-ground; elevation factor per 29 CFR 1910.269.  
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ELECTRICAL PRECAUTIONS  
Table 2 – Minimum approach distances to energized conductors for persons  
other than qualified line-clearance arborists and qualified line-clearance ar-  
borist trainees.  
Distance  
Nominal Voltage  
kV phase-to-phase1  
ft-in  
m
0.0 to 1.0  
1.1 to 15.0  
10–00  
10–00  
10–00  
10–00  
10–09  
12–04  
13–02  
14–00  
16–05  
20–05  
26–08  
35–00  
3.05  
3.05  
3.05  
3.05  
3.28  
3.76  
4.00  
4.24  
4.97  
6.17  
8.05  
10.55  
15.1 to 36.0  
36.1 to 50.0  
50.1 to 72.5  
72.6 to 121.0  
138.0 to 145.0  
161.0 to 169.0  
230.0 to 242.0  
345.0 to 362.0  
500.0 to 550.0  
785.0 to 800.0  
1 Exceeds phase-to-ground.  
The tie-in position should be above the work area and  
located in such a way that a slip would swing the arborist  
away from any energized electrical conductors or other  
identified hazard.  
STORM WORK AND EMERGENCY  
CONDITIONS-LINE CLEARANCE  
Line clearance shall not be performed during adverse  
weather conditions such as thunderstorms, high winds  
and snow and ice storms.  
While climbing, the arborist should climb on the side of  
the tree that is away from energized electrical conduc-  
tors as required in Tables 1 and 2.  
Qualified line-clearance arborists and qualified line-  
clearance arborists trainees performing line clearance  
in the aftermath of a storm or under similar conditions  
shall be trained in the special hazards associated with  
this type of work.  
Footwear, including lineman’s overshoes, having electri-  
cal-resistant soles, shall not be considered as providing  
any measure of safety from electrical hazards.  
Rubber gloves, with or without leather or other protec-  
tive covering, shall not be considered as providing any  
measure of safety from electrical hazards.  
Line-clearance operations shall be suspended when  
storm work or emergency conditions develop involving  
energized electrical conductors. Electrical system own-  
ers/operators shall be notified immediately.  
Ladders, platforms and aerial devices, including insulat-  
ed aerial devices, shall be subject to minimum approach  
distances in Table 1 and 2.  
Aerial devices and attached equipment (such as chip-  
pers) contacting energized electrical conductors shall be  
considered energized. Contact shall be avoided, except  
where emergency rescue procedures are being carried  
out. Emergency rescue should be performed in accor-  
dance with 4.3.  
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TOOL STICKERS & TAGS  
DANGER  
Lwa  
Failure to use hydraulic hose labeled and certified  
as non-conductive when using hydraulic tools on  
D
or near electric lines may result in death or  
serious injury.  
30 LPM @ 138 B AR  
EHTMA CATEGORY  
107  
For proper and safe operation read owners manual  
and mwke sure that you have been properly  
trained in correct procedures required for work  
on or around electric lines.  
28323  
CE Decal  
(CE Models Only)  
11207  
Circuit Type D Decal  
(CE Models Only)  
28409  
17784  
ELECTROCUTION  
HAZARD  
101 Sound Level  
Decal  
(CE Models Only)  
12412  
Electrical Warning Decal  
Composite Dec
(CE Models On
4-6 GPM / 15-22 LPM  
DO NOT EXCEED 2000 PSI / 140 BAR  
DO NOT EXCEED SPECIFIED FLOW OR PRESSURE  
USE CLOSED-CENTER TOOL ON CLOSED-CENTER  
SYSTEM. USE OPEN-CENTER TOOL ON OPEN-CENTER  
SYSTEM. CORRECTLY CONNECT HOSES TO TOOL “IN”  
AND “OUT” PORTS. IMPROPER HANDLING, USE OR OTHER  
MAINTENANCE OF TOOL COULD RESULT IN A LEAK, BURST  
OR OTHER TOOL FAILURE. CONTACT AT A LEAK OR BURST  
CAN CAUSE OIL INJECTION INTO THE BODY. FAILURE TO  
OBSERVE THESE PRECAUTIONS CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS  
PERSONAL INJURY.  
03782  
GPM Decal – CS05 Model  
03786  
13907  
Kickback Warning Decal  
GPM Decal – CS06 Model (Not Shown)  
THIS CHAIN SAW IS  
EQUIPPED WITH AN  
AUTOMATIC CHAIN  
OILER.  
SEE YOUR PARTS &  
SERVICE BOOK FOR  
PROPER ADJUSTING  
PROCEDURES  
D A N G E R  
D A N G E R  
Stanley Hydraulic Tools  
3810 SENaef Road  
Milwaukie, OR97062  
1. FAILURE TO USE HYDRAULIC HOSE LABELED AND CERTI-  
FIED AS NON-CONDUCTIVE WHEN USING HYDRAULIC  
TOOLS ON OR NEAR ELECTRICAL LINES MAY RESULT IN  
DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY.  
D. DO NOT LIFT OR CARRY TOOL BY THE HOSES. DO  
NOT ABUSE HOSE. DO NOT USE KINKED, TORN OR  
DAMAGED HOSE.  
Model  
3. MAKE SURE HYDRAULIC HOSES ARE PROPERLY CON-  
NECTED TO THE TOOL BEFORE PRESSURING SYSTEM.  
SYSTEM PRESSURE HOSE MUST ALWAYS BE CON-  
NECTED TO TOOL “IN” PORT. SYSTEM RETURN HOSE  
MUST ALWAYS BE CONNECTED TO TOOL “OUT” PORT.  
REVERSING CONNECTIONS MAY CAUSE REVERSE  
TOOL OPERATION WHICH CAN RESULT IN SEVERE  
PERSONAL INJURY.  
BEFORE USING HOSE LABELED AND CERTIFIED AS NON-  
CONDUCTIVE ON OR NEAR ELECTRIC LINES BE SURE THE  
HOSE IS MAINTAINED AS NON-CONDUCTIVE. THE HOSE  
SHOULD BE REGULARLYTESTED FOR ELECTRIC CURRENT  
LEAKAGE IN ACCORDANCE WITH YOUR SAFETY DEPART-  
MENT INSTRUCTIONS.  
07636  
Name Tag  
2. A HYDRAULIC LEAK OR BURST MAY CAUSE OIL INJECTION  
INTO THE BODY OR CAUSE OTHER SEVERE PERSONAL  
INJURY.  
4. DO NOT CONNECT OPEN-CENTER TOOLS TO CLOSED-  
CENTER HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS. THIS MAY RESULT IN  
LOSS OF OTHER HYDRAULIC FUNCTIONS POWERED BY  
THE SAME SYSTEMAND/OR SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY.  
A. DO NOT EXCEED SPECIFIED FLOW AND PRESSURE  
FOR THIS TOOL. EXCESS FLOW OR PRESSURE MAY  
CAUSE A LEAK OR BURST.  
04746  
Auto Oiler Decal  
5. BYSTANDERS MAY BE INJURED IN YOUR WORK AREA.  
KEEP BYSTANDERS CLEAR OF YOUR WORK AREA.  
B. DO NOT EXCEED RATED WORKING PRESSURE OF  
HYDRAULIC HOSE USED WITH THIS TOOL. EXCESS  
PRESSURE MAY CAUSE A LEAK OR BURST.  
6. WEAR HEARING, EYE, FOOT, HAND AND HEAD PRO-  
TECTION.  
7. TO AVOID PERSONAL INJURY OR EQUIPMENT DAMAGE,  
ALL TOOL REPAIR MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE MUST  
ONLY BE PERFORMED BY AUTHORIZED AND PROPERLY  
TRAINED PERSONNEL.  
C. CHECK TOOL HOSE COUPLERS AND CONNECTORS  
DAILY FOR LEAKS. DO NOT FEEL FOR LEAKS WITH  
YOUR HANDS. CONTACT WITH A LEAK MAY RESULT  
IN SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY.  
NOTE  
THE INFORMATION LISTED ON THE  
STICKERS SHOWN, MUST BE LEGIBLE AT ALL  
TIMES.  
I M P O R T A N T  
I M P O R T A N T  
REPLACE DECALS IF THEY BECOME WORN  
OR DAMAGED. REPLACEMENTS ARE  
AVAILABLE FROM YOUR LOCAL STANLEY  
DISTRIBUTOR.  
READ OPERATION MANUAL AND  
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR THIS  
TOOL BEFORE USING IT.  
READ OPERATION MANUAL AND  
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR THIS  
TOOL BEFORE USING IT.  
USE ONLY PARTS AND REPAIR  
PROCEDURES APPROVED BY  
STANLEY AND DESCRIBED IN THE  
OPERATION MANUAL.  
USE ONLY PARTS AND REPAIR  
PROCEDURES APPROVED BY  
STANLEY AND DESCRIBED IN THE  
OPERATION MANUAL.  
The safety tag (P/N 15875) at right is attached to  
the tool when shipped from the factory. Read and  
understand the safety instructions listed on this tag  
before removal. We suggest you retain this tag and  
attach it to the tool when not in use.  
TAG TO BE REMOVED ONLY BY  
TOOL OPERATOR.  
TAG TO BE REMOVED ONLY BY  
TOOL OPERATOR.  
SEE OTHER SIDE  
SEE OTHER SIDE  
SAFETY TAG P/N 15875 (Shown smaller then actual size)  
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HOSE TYPES  
The rated working pressure of the hydraulic hose must be equal to or higher than the relief valve setting on the hy-  
draulic system. There are three types of hydraulic hose that meet this requirement and are authorized for use with  
Stanley Hydraulic Tools. They are:  
Certified non-conductive — constructed of thermoplastic or synthetic rubber inner tube, synthetic fiber braid  
reinforcement, and weather resistant thermoplastic or synthetic rubber cover. Hose labeled certified non-  
conductive is the only hose authorized for use near electrical conductors.  
Wire-braided (conductive) — constructed of synthetic rubber inner tube, single or double wire braid reinforce-  
ment, and weather resistant synthetic rubber cover. This hose is conductive and must never be used near  
electrical conductors.  
Fabric-braided (not certified or labeled non-conductive) — constructed of thermoplastic or synthetic rubber in-  
ner tube, synthetic fiber braid reinforcement, and weather resistant thermoplastic or synthetic rubber cover. This  
hose is not certified non-conductive and must never be used near electrical conductors.  
HOSE SAFETY TAGS  
To help ensure your safety, the following DANGER tags are attached to all hose purchased from Stanley Hydraulic  
Tools. DO NOT REMOVE THESE TAGS.  
If the information on a tag is illegible because of wear or damage, replace the tag immediately. A new tag may be  
obtained from your Stanley Distributor.  
THE TAG SHOWN BELOW IS ATTACHED TO “CERTIFIED NON-CONDUCTIVE” HOSE  
D A N G E R  
D A N G E R  
1. FAILURE TO USE HYDRAULIC HOSE LABELED AND CERTIFIED AS NON-CONDUCTIVE  
WHEN USING HYDRAULIC TOOLS ON OR NEAR ELECTRIC LINES MAY RESULT IN  
DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY.  
OR HANDLING OF HOSE COULD RESULT IN BURST OR OTHER HOSE FAILURE.  
KEEP HOSE AS FAR AWAY AS POSSIBLE FROM BODY AND DO NOT PERMIT DIRECT  
CONTACT DURING USE. CONTACT AT THE BURST CAN CAUSE BODILY INJECTION  
AND SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY.  
FOR PROPER AND SAFE OPERATION MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE BEEN PROP-  
ERLY TRAINED IN CORRECT PROCEDURES REQUIRED FOR WORK ON OR AROUND  
ELECTRIC LINES.  
4. HANDLE AND ROUTE HOSE CAREFULLY TO AVOID KINKING, ABRASION, CUTTING, OR  
CONTACT WITH HIGH TEMPERATURE SURFACES. DO NOT USE IF KINKED. DO NOT  
USE HOSE TO PULL OR LIFT TOOLS, POWER UNITS, ETC.  
2. BEFORE USING HYDRAULIC HOSE LABELED AND CERTIFIED AS NON-CONDUCTIVE  
ON OR NEAR ELECTRIC LINES. WIPE THE ENTIRE LENGTH OF THE HOSE AND FIT-  
TING WITH A CLEAN DRY ABSORBENT CLOTH TO REMOVE DIRT AND MOISTURE AND  
TEST HOSE FOR MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE CURRENT LEAKAGE IN ACCORDANCE WITH  
SAFETY DEPARTMENT INSTRUCTIONS.  
5. CHECK ENTIRE HOSE FOR CUTS CRACKS LEAKS ABRASIONS, BULGES, OR DAM-  
AGE TO COUPLINGS IF ANY OF THESE CONDITIONS EXIST, REPLACE THE HOSE  
IMMEDIATELY. NEVER USE TAPE OR ANY DEVICE TO ATTEMPT TO MEND THE HOSE.  
6. AFTER EACH USE STORE IN A CLEAN DRY AREA.  
SEE OTHER SIDE  
SEE OTHER SIDE  
3. DO NOT EXCEED HOSE WORKING PRESSURE OR ABUSE HOSE. IMPROPER USE  
SIDE 1  
SIDE 2  
(Shown smaller than actual size)  
THE TAG SHOWN BELOW IS ATTACHED TO “CONDUCTIVE” HOSE.  
D A N G E R  
D A N G E R  
1. DO NOT USE THIS HYDRAULIC HOSE ON OR NEAR ELECTRIC LINES. THIS HOSE IS  
NOT LABELED OR CERTIFIED AS NON-CONDUCTIVE. USING THIS HOSE ON OR NEAR  
ELECTRICAL LINES MAY RESULT IN DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY.  
5. CHECK ENTIRE HOSE FOR CUTS CRACKS LEAKSABRASIONS, BULGES, OR DAMAGE TO  
COUPLINGS IF ANY OF THESE CONDITIONS EXIST, REPLACE THE HOSE IMMEDIATELY.  
NEVER USE TAPE OR ANY DEVICE TO ATTEMPT TO MEND THE HOSE.  
2. FOR PROPER AND SAFE OPERATION MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE BEEN PROPERLY  
TRAINED IN CORRECT PROCEDURES REQUIRED FOR WORK ON OR AROUND ELEC-  
TRIC LINES.  
6. AFTER EACH USE STORE IN A CLEAN DRY AREA.  
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3. DO NOT EXCEED HOSE WORKING PRESSURE ORABUSE HOSE. IMPROPER USE OR HAN-  
DLING OF HOSE COULD RESULT IN BURST OR OTHER HOSE FAILURE. KEEP HOSEAS FAR  
AWAY AS POSSIBLE FROM BODY AND DO NOT PERMIT DIRECT CONTACT DURING USE.  
CONTACTATTHE BURST CAN CAUSE BODILY INJECTIONAND SEVERE PERSONALINJURY.  
4. HANDLE AND ROUTE HOSE CAREFULLY TO AVOID KINKING, CUTTING, OR CONTACT  
WITH HIGH TEMPERATURE SURFACES. DO NOT USE IF KINKED. DO NOT USE HOSE TO  
PULL OR LIFT TOOLS, POWER UNITS, ETC.  
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