The Ramset™ CableMaster™800 is the most technologically advanced gas tool on the market. The new CableMaster™800 offers a number of innovative features allowing quicker, safer installation of a wide variety of clips for plumbing, data and electrical installations. The speed at which the CableMaster™800 is able to perform installations provides tremendous savings in total installed cost.
Battery Gauge – Helps avoid running out of battery power.
Fuel Cell Gauge – Always know when to change fuel cells.
Lithium Battery – Fast Charge, Long Life
Tool-less Depth of Drive Adjustment
Power Saving Technology – isolates battery when tool is not in use
Compact design with 20 pin magazine – Allows the tool to fit in tight spaces
Easily removable fastener guide and magazine
Greater tool clearance – Allows the tool to fit in close to edge applications.
Removable Support Leg – Ensures tool is at 90° to work surface for optimum fixings
Electronically controlled fuel injection – Ensures consistent power in a wide temperature range.
Low Maintenance. Designed to work in all Australian conditions.
TRADES & APPLICATIONS
Fire & Security
Permanent cable suspension to concrete and steel
Pipe suspension systems to concrete and steel
Fire and security cabling to concrete and steel
Temporary cable suspension to concrete and steel
Standard Operating Procedure
Always read and understand the instruction manual before attempting to operate a Ramset™ Gas Technology Tool.
1. First insert the fuel cell and battery into the tool. 2. Insert the collated fasteners into the magazine. 3. The clip should then be placed on the end of the fastener guide without compressing the front end of the tool. 4. The tool should then be compressed against the work surface. (Making sure that the tool is perpendicular to the work surface). 5. Once the tool is compressed the trigger can be actuated and the fastener is driven into the substrate securing the clip in place.
TECHNICAL DATA & DOCUMENTS
Noise / Vibration Information
Sound Pressure Level: 96 dB(A)
Sound Power Level: 108 dB(A)
Vibration: The typical weighted acceleration does not exceed 4.1 m/s²