Battery Caulking Gun

A powerful KENT Battery Caulking Gun with 10.8V Li-Ion battery for both, sausage and cartridge applications.

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Features & Benefits

  • High power - 1.5 Ah 10.8 V Li-Ion battery pack
  • Speed control - with a maximum speed of 10 mm/ sec at no-load
  • Maximum Force of 450 kgf - to work with viscous products
  • Universal - works with 400 ml sausages and standard cartridges (86366 for 600 ml sausages)
  • Everything included - Charger and Battery Pack (with enough space for additional spare Battery Pack – not included)
  • Quick Charger - with a charging time of 1 h


See manual incl. in the case (English) and page 3-5 of this TDS
Tool Operation
For Sausage Bag Application

(Plastic Plunger Disk must be applied – Fig 1)
1. Cut a hole in one end of the sausage bag (Fig 2).
2. Remove the front cap. Fit the nozzle inside the front cap and cut off the tip at a point suitable for the job (Fig 3).
3. Insert the sausage bag into the compound holder.
Screw the front cap on tight. It is not necessary to pull back the rack by hand. Make sure the sausage bag is inserted properly and sit up right on the plastic plunger disk.
4. Push the rear knob forward gently to force the rack tighten with the sausage bag.
For Cartridge Application

(Plastic Plunger Disk must be removed)
1. Firstly untighten and remove the compound holder (Fig 5).
2. Loosen M8 screw then remove the plastic plunger disk (Fig 6).
3. Fit M8 screw back into the plunger disk and tighten it (Fig 7).
4. Screw back on the compound holder then remove the front cap.
5. Use a sharp knife to cut the tip of caulking tube at least 3 mm in diameter. This will allow the tool to provide an optimal seam width for most of applications (Fig 8).
6. Use the sharp tip to jab the aluminum seal on the caulking tube (Fig 9).
7. If you use a open tube left from last time or the caulking tube has been left not use for more than one hour, use a steel wire to remove the solid part inside the tube before reuse it (Fig 10).
8. Insert the cartridge into the compound holder. Screw the front cap on tight. The rack will directly go back. It is not necessary to pull back the rack by hand. Make sure the cartridge is inserted properly and sit up right on the steel head.
9. Push the rack rear knob forward to force the rack tightened with cartridge.
10 Start with lower speed to not exert too much pressure on cartridge - it could otherwise break.
Operating Instructions
Installing Or Removing Battery Pack (See Fig. 1 & Fig. 2)
1. Always switch off the machine before insertion or removal of the battery pack.
2. To remove the battery pack, grasp both sides of the battery pack while withdrawing it from the machine.
3. To insert the battery pack, align the tongue in the battery pack with the groove in the housing and slip it into place. Snap the set plate back into place. Be sure to close the set plate fully before using the machine.
4. Do not use force when inserting the battery pack. If the battery pack does not slide in easily, it is not being inserted correctly.
Charging The Battery Pack (See Fig. 3)
1. Your new battery pack is not charged. You will need to charge it before use.
2. If you try to charge a battery pack from a just-operated machine, sometimes the charging light will not come on. If this occurs, let the battery pack cool off for a while. Then reinsert it and try to charge it once more.
3. When you charge a new battery pack or a battery pack which has not been used for a long period, it may not accept a full charge. This is a normal condition and does not indicate a problem. You can recharge the battery pack fully after discharging it completely a couple of times.
4. If you wish to charge two battery packs, allow 15 minutes between charging on the fast charger.
5. Plug the fast charger into you source. Insert battery pack so that the plus and minus terminals on the battery pack are in the same slides as their respective markings on the fast charger.
6. The charging light will come on and charging will begin. If the charging light go out soon, remove the battery pack from the charger and let it cool off for more than one minute. Then reinsert it and try to charge it once more.
7. If the charging light goes out within one minute even after repeating this procedure a couple of times, the battery pack is dead. Replace it with a new one. When the charging light goes out after about one hour, you may remove the fully charged battery pack.
8. After charging, unplug the charger from the power source.
Instructions For Use - Charger:

The LED Light on the Charger
Power On (Green light flashes slowly)
Battery Low (Red light stays illuminated)
Battery Charged 80% (Green light flashes rapidly)
Battery Charged 100% (Green light stays illuminated)
Battery Pack temperature is too hot or too cold (Red light flashes slowly)
Battery Pack malfunction (Red and Green lights stay illuminated)
1. Charger is plugged into a 100 – 240 V a.c outlet only.
2. If the battery pack is too hot or too cold, the charger will not fast charge the battery pack and the red indicator light is “blinking”. When the battery pack temperature returns to between 0° C (32° F) and 50° C (122° F), the charger will automatically begin charging.
3. If both red and green indicator lights are “ON” the battery pack either does not comply or is defective. Please contact your local KENT office.
4. Do not charge the battery pack in the rain, snow or high temperature environment.
5. Do not charge battery pack when environment temperature is below 0º C (32º F) or above 40º C (104º F).
6. While charge the cool battery pack (below 0° C) in the warm indoor, keep the battery pack in the room for one hour to warm up before starting the battery pack. A cool battery may charge unsaturated.
7. Remove the plug after finishing the charge.
8. Do not use generator for charging the battery pack.