Stanley Diamond Saw

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Stanley

DS11

Diamond Saw

Motor

Handle Bar

Bar

Sprocket

Chain

Wall Walker

Hand Guard

Trigger

Safety Catch

Nameplate and Tags

GPM and pressure sticker
-

Never
exceed the flow and pressure levels

Danger Sticker
-

lists the electrocution
hazards

Safety Tag
-

Lists the safety instructions

Equipment Care and Protection

Spray a light film of
WD40 on entire chain
before and after every
use

Store saw in clean dry
area

Supply hoses have
minimum working
pressure 2500psi

Tool repair should be
done by qualified
personnel

Couplers must be kept
clean

Hydraulic circuit valve
must be in OFF position
when coupling or
uncoupling hoses

Chain saw is used for
concrete, concrete
block, brick, natural
stone

NOT wood

Hydraulic System
Requirements

System should provide
a flow of 7
-
9 gpm at
operating pressure of
2000psi

System should not have
more then 250psi
backpressure measured
at the tool

System should have
sufficient heat rejection
capacity(max oil
pressure140deg F)

Hose size: .500 inch /
12mm I.D.
-

up to 50 feet long

Hose size: .625 inch /
16mm I.D.
-

up to 100 feet long

Supplies


Apron, Safety Glasses, Supply Hose, Adapter,
Lubricant

Operating Instructions

Hydraulic power source
should develop flow of
7
-
9gpm

Relief valve set to 2100
-
2500psi

Make certain power
source return does not
exceed 250psi

Wipe couplers with
clean lint
-
free cloth

Connect hoses from
power source to tool
fittings

Connect return hose
first and disconnect it
last (avoids trapped
pressure)

Move circuit valve to ON
position


Connecting to Water Supply

Using a standard garden hose, connect the
DS11 to a city or auxiliary water supply

Turn saw on and read water pressure at the
water gauge. Pressure must be at least 50psi
(4 gpm)

If you cannot achieve 50 psi use the Stanley
Water Pump Kit


Water Connection

Hydraulic Connections

Chain Replacement and Break In

Ensure bar and sprocket are in good
condition

Replace chain and ensure bumper
guard proceeds each diamond segment
in the blade rotation.

The chain is designed to operate in only
one direction!


Chain Replacement and Break In
(cont.)

Operate for two minutes away from
intended cut.

Check tension and adjust as required

Bumper Guard

Bumper Guard

Rotation

Blade Segment

Bumper Guard

Rotation

Chain and Bar Adjustment

Check the

chain tension often during
operation

If it is too loose, adjust it

Make sure the chain does not exceed a
clearance of ¼ inch from the bar

Make sure the bar attaching nuts are fully
tightened and chain guard is in place

Chain Tension Adjustment

Turn off water and
power

Loosen the two saw bar
attachment nuts

Using the saw bar
adjustment screw,
tighten chain until you
are still able to rotate it
1 full revolution by hand


Pull chain around the
saw bar to make sure it
fits the sprocket

Fully tighten the two
saw bar attachment
nuts

Saw Bar Attachment Nuts

< ¼”

Chain Guard

Bar Adjustment Screw

Check chain segment wear

Using calipers, measure several chain
segments

If the average measurement is less
than 1/16 inch the chain must be
replaced

> 1/16”

Operating procedures

Check chain and bar

Turn on water

Ensure water flow is 4
gpm at 50 psi min.

Run saw for 2 min
(away from intended
cut) and check tension

Adjust tension if needed

Plan your cuts

Outline the area to be
cut with a marker

Know the material you
are cutting

Base horizontal cut first
then cut counterclock
wise

1

2

3

4

50 psi min.

Wall Walker

Position pivot pin in upper hole (A)
-

“Parked” position

Position pivot pin in lower hole (B)
-

“Autofeed” position.



Wall Walker (cont.)

Begin cutting until cut is large enough
to allow tip of wedge to insert into the
cut.

After the saw cuts approx. 1


2.5”
withdraw the saw only enough to allow
the lever arm and wedge to reposition.

A
-

Parked

B
-

Autofeed

Lever Arm

Wedge

Wall Walker Assembly

Types of Cuts

Down cut

Plunge cut

Up cut

Do not use cutting force in excess of 45 lbs

Maintain high chain speed when cutting

Avoid heavy plunge cuts

Do not cut loose rebar!!

Cold Weather Operation

If used in cold weather you must
preheat the hydraulic oil at low engine
speed

Oil temp should be at or above 50 deg
F before use