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(1)  Lubricate working tools at regular intervals. When lubricating, observe the correct position to avoid over-greasing.
Reposition the demolition tool at regular intervals during operation to avoid overheating of the material.

(2)  Advancing in large steps will decrease your performance. Advancing in small steps is more efficient and increases your productivity.

(3)  Working tools should always be positioned at right angles to the working surface to avoid longterm secondary damage.

(4)  Rock the breaker gently during operation to allow the dust to escape from beneath the tip of the demolition tool. Never attempt to use the hydraulic breaker as a crowbar.

(5)  Try to avoid bending stresses on working tools at all times to avoid overstressing of the material.

SWT Tools Warranty
a) Typical fractures caused by excessive bending/leverage of the demolition tool. Warranty claims rejected.

b) Typical of high stress fracture, usually caused by using the tool as an anchor to "pull" the machine. Warranty claims rejected

c) Typical fracture caused by levering tool whilst buried in the burden. Warranty claims rejected.

d) Typical fractures caused by blank firing and/or excessive chuck bush wear/damage. Warranty claims rejected.

e) Typical fractures caused by blank firing and/or twisting of the tool due to worn/damaged retainer pin. Warranty claims rejected.

f) Typical fracture caused by lack of lubrication and/or chuck bush wear/damage. Warranty claims rejected.

g) Mushrooming: this is caused by driving the chisel or point into hard dense material for too long a period of time without penetration. This   generates intense heat, softening the point and causing it to “mushroom”. This is not a manufacturing fault. Warranty claims rejected.

h) Note fatigue lines originate from the internal point, not outer diameter. Very rare failure type due to steel defect. 100% warranty accepted.