Alcoa 2624 Instruction manual

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
HYDRAULIC INSTALLATION TOOLS
®
H UCK
S PIN C UTTER ™
C OLLAR C UTTING K ITS
03-04-2005
HK1055
HUCK-SPIN COLLAR REMOVAL KITS
Alcoa Fastening Systems
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HUCK-SPIN COLLAR REMOVAL KITS
Alcoa Fastening Systems
C ONTENTS
SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
SERVICING
THE
EQUIIPMENT
Good Service Practices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Preventive Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
PRESSURE SETTING AND CONNECTING TOOL AND POWERIG . . . . . .8-9
Pressure Setting and Connecting to 964 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Pressure Setting and Connecting to 940 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
ATTACHING NOSE ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
OPERATION SEQUENCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
STICKER LOCATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
KITS & ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
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S AFETY
This instruction manual must be read with particular
attention to the following safety guidelines, by any
person servicing or operating this tool.
5.
When repairing or operating Huck installation
equipment, always wear approved eye protection. Where applicable, refer to ANSI Z87.1 1989
6.
Disconnect primary power source before performing maintenance on Huck equipment.
7.
If any equipment shows signs of damage, wear,
or leakage, do not connect it to the primary
power supply.
8.
Make sure proper power source is used at all
times.
9.
Never remove any safety guards or pintail
deflectors.
1. Safety Glossary
Product complies with requirements
set forth by the relevant European
directives.
Read manual prior to using
equipment.
Eye protection required while
using this equipment.
Hearing protection required while
using this equipment.
!
10. Never install a fastener in free air. Personal
injury from fastener ejection may occur.
WARNINGS - Must be understood
to avoid severe personal injury.
11. When using an offset nose, always clear spent
pintail out of nose assembly before installing the
next fastener.
CAUTIONS - show conditions that will damage equipment and or structure.
Notes - are reminders of required procedures.
Bold, Italic type and underlining - emphasizes a specific instruction.
12. If there is a pinch point between trigger and
work piece, use remote trigger. (Remote triggers are available for all tooling).
13. Do not abuse tool by dropping or using it as a
hammer. Never use hydraulic or air lines as a
handle. Reasonable care of installation tools by
operators is an important factor in maintaining
tool efficiency, eliminating downtime, and in preventing an accident which may cause severe
personal injury.
2. Huck equipment must be maintained in a safe
working condition at all times and inspected on a
regular basis for damage or wear. Any repair
should be done by a qualified repairman trained
on Huck procedures.
3. Repairman and Operator must read manual prior
to using equipment and understand any Warning
and Caution stickers/labels supplied with equipment before connecting equipment to any primary power supply. As applicable, each of the
sections in this manual have specific safety and
other information.
4.
14. Never place hands between nose assembly and
work piece.
15. Tools with ejector rods should never be cycled
with out nose assembly installed.
16. When two-piece lock bolts are being used,
always make sure the collar orientation is correct. See fastener data sheet of correct positioning.
See MSDS Specifications before servicing the
tool. MSDS Specifications are available from
your Huck representative or online at
www.huck.com. Click on Installation Systems
Division.
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S PECIFICATIONS
Each kit comes with:
• 2624HS Hydraulic Installation Tool Assembly with hoses
• 964 Powerig® or 940 Powerig®
• Nose Assemblies described in the table below
Kit Part Number
Kit Part
Fastener
940 Rig
Number
Diameter
964 Rig
Installation
SpinCutter
Nose Asembly Nose Assembly
Part No.
Part No.
HS16CCKIT940
HS16CCKIT
1/2”
99-7500
99-7500CC
HS20CCKIT940
HS20CCKIT
5/8” & 16mm
99-7501
99-7501CC
HS24CCKIT940
HS24CCKIT
3/4”
99-7503
99-7503CC
N/A
MHS12CCKIT
12mm
99-7510
99-7510CC
MHS14CCKIT940
MHS14CCKIT
14mm
99-7511
99-7511CC
MHS20CCKIT940
MHS20CCKIT
20mm
99-7512
99-7512CC
2624HS Specifications
• Stroke: 1.687in
• Weight: 24 lbs
• Capacity: 30,356 lbs @ 6,500 psi
For additional information on the 2624HS Tool or the 964 Powerig, please refer
to the individual manuals supplied with the equipment:
2624HS Manual part no. HK1052
964 Powerig Manual part no. HK1053
940 Powerig Manual part no. HK496
Nose Assemblies - See Drawing included with Nose Assembly
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S ERVICING THE E QUIPMENT
GOOD SERVICE PRACTICES
1. Use Huck POWERIG® Hydraulic Unit, or equivalent,
which has been prepared for operation per applicable
instruction manual. Check PULL pressure and, if
required, adjust to pressures given in CONNECTING TOOL
TO POWERIG section of this manual.
WARNING - Proper PULL pressure is important
for proper function of Installation Tools. Severe
personal injury or damage to equipment may
occur without correct pressures.
Huck
Pressure Gauge P/N T-10280 (old style) or the
new T124833 is now available for checking
these pressures using instructions furnished
with the gauge and in applicable POWERIG®
Hydraulic Unit instruction manuals.
See
Specifications.
!
WARNING - Be sure to connect tool hoses to
hydraulic unit BEFORE connecting tool electrical switch cord to unit. Hoses and switch must
be connected in this order and disconnected in
the reverse order to prevent possible severe
personal injury.
!
CAUTION: Keep dirt and other harmful material out of
hydraulic system, which includes tool, hoses, couplers and
POWERIG Hydraulic Unit. Parts must be kept away from
unclean work surfaces. Dirt in hydraulic system causes
valve failure in hydraulic unit.
Individual parts must be handled carefully and examined
for damage or wear. Replace parts where required.
Always replace O-rings and Back-up Rings when tool is
disassembled for any reason. See applicable Service Kit.
!
WARNING: Inspect tool for damage or wear
before each use. Do not operate if damaged
or worn, as severe personal injury may occur
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•
The efficiency and life of your tool depends on proper
maintenance. Using the manual will help give a clear
understanding of the tool and basic maintenance procedures. Please read this section completely before proceeding with maintenance and repair. Use proper hand
tools in a clean and well-lighted area. Only standard
hand tools are required in most cases. Where a special
tool is required, the description and part number are
given.
•
While clamping tool or parts in a vise, and when parts
require force, use suitable soft materials to cushion
impact. For example, using a half-inch brass drift, wood
block and vise with soft jaws greatly reduces possibility
of damaging tool. Remove components in a straight line
without bending, cocking or undue force. Reassemble
tool with the same care.
•
Consult TROUBLESHOOTING section of this manual if a
malfunction occurs or if fasteners do not pass inspection.
Sealants, Lubricants, Hydraulic Fluid & Service Kits
• Rub SLIC-TITE TEFLON thread compound, or equivalent, on pipe threads to prevent leaks and for ease of
assembly. CAUTION: Do not use TEFLON tape on
pipe threads. Particles of shredded tape cause
hydraulic unit valve failure. (SLIC-TITE in stick form,
503237).
•
Smear LUBRIPLATE 130AA, or equivalent, on O-rings
and mating surfaces to prevent damaging O-rings on
rough or sharp surfaces. Also, increases ease of
assembly. (LUBRIPLATE in a tube, 502723).
•
Each Service Kit contains perishable parts for your specific tool. As foreseeable use may indicate, keep extra
kits (O-rings, Back-up Rings, other standard items) and
tool parts in stock. When stock is depleted, you can get
kit items from any regular retailer of these items. See kit
parts list for: O-ring size (AS568- number); material;
durometer. For kit parts lists and related information,
see General Notes.
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S ERVICING THE E QUIPMENT
Tool Maintenance
Whenever disassembled and also at regular intervals
(depending on severity and length of use), replace all
seals, wipers, and back-up rings in tool. Service Kits,
hoses, and extra parts should be kept in stock. Inspect
cylinder bore, pistons, and piston rods for scored surfaces and excessive wear or damage. Replace as necessary. Always replace seals, wipers, and back-up
rings whenever the tool is disassembled for any
reason.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
System Inspection
Operating efficiency of the tool is directly related to the
performance of the complete system, including the tool
with nose assembly, hydraulic hoses, trigger switch and
control cord, and POWERIG Hydraulic Unit. Therefore,
an effective preventive maintenance program includes
scheduled inspections of the system to detect and correct minor troubles.
Nose Assembly Maintenance
Clean nose assembly often. Dip in mineral spirits or
similar solvent to clean jaws and wash away metal chips
and debris. At regular intervals, as experience shows,
disassemble nose and use a sharp "pick" to remove
imbedded particles from grooves of jaws.
• Inspect tool and nose assembly for external damage.
• Verify that hydraulic hose fittings, couplings, and
electrical connections are secure.
• Inspect hydraulic hoses for damage and deterioration. Do not use hoses to carry tool. Replace hoses
if damaged.
!
• Observe tool, hoses, and hydraulic unit during operation to detect abnormal heating, leaks, or vibration.
POWERIG Hydraulic Unit Maintenance
Refer to the applicable POWERIG instruction manual.
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WARNING: Be sure to disconnect tool's electric control trigger system from Hydraulic Unit
before disconnecting tool's hoses from unit.
Before any maintenance is done, DISCONNECT IN THIS ORDER (RECONNECT IN THE
OPPOSITE ORDER) to avoid possible severe
personal injury.
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P RESSURE S ETTINGS AND C ONNECTING T OOL T O P OWERIG
964
c.) Read pressure on gage. This reading indicates
the PULL pressure.
The 964 Powerig come from the factory set at maximum pull
pressure to cover all HuckSpin installation and cutting of the fastener. Please pay close attention to step 4 on page 12 of
Operation Sequence to ensure you do not strip pins.
Listed below are the optional steps if 127444 or equivalent gage
is used. Note, if optional pressure gage is used, refer to Figure
3a, Table A on page 10 for correct pull pressures for the fastener
diameter you are using. Note: Return pressures are not used
with the 964 Powerig.
Before attempting to set pressures, prepare 2624HS Tool per
instruction manual HK1052 (supplied with Tool), and disconnect
Powerig hydraulic unit from electrical power supply.
d.) Set appropriate PULL pressure, based on fastener size, by gradually turning the pressure Relief
Valve under the Valve Lever (Figure 3a) until gage
reads the desired pressure setting.
e.) Once the desired PULL pressure is correctly set,
release Tool Trigger.
7.
Shift manual Valve Lever to neutral position.
8.
Turn Powerig switch to OFF.
9.
Connect Tool Male and Female Hydraulic Disconnects
to Powerig.
Optional Pressure Setting using 127444
10. Plug Tool Power Cord to Powerig Cable.
1.
Shift manual Valve Lever to neutral (center) position.
(Figure 3a)
11. Plug Powerig in to primary power source.
12. Turn Powerig switch to ON.
2. Connect Tool Power Cord to Powerig Cable.
3.
Connect Gage to PULL side Hydraulic Connector on
Powerig.
4.
Connect Powerig to primary power source.
5.
Turn Powerig switch to ON.
6.
Set PULL pressure for operation based on fastener
size. NOTE: To identify proper pressure settings,
refer to Figure 3a, Table A .
To Set PULL pressure:
a.) Switch manual Valve Lever to PULL (“B”) position.
13. Switch manual Valve Lever to PULL (“B”) position,
depress trigger and let Tool cycle. After it has reached
maximum stroke, switch manual Valve Lever to
RETURN (“A”) position, let Tool return to full forward
position, and release Trigger. NOTE: Tool MUST be
in FULL-FORWARD POSITION prior to installing
Nose Assembly.
14. Attach Nose Assembly to Tool. See ATTACHING NOSE
ASSEMBLY section of this manual.
b.) Depress Tool Trigger.
Figure 2a
ON / OFF
Switch
RETURN
side
Pressure
Gage
Tool
Power
Cord
Connect to
primary power
source
PULL side
RETURN
side
Manual
Valve
Lever
RETURN
”A”
Pressure Relief
Valve
Neutral
8
PULL
”B”
Powerig
Cable
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940 Pressure Setting Procedure:
ger in the released position, watch the Gage while
slowly closing Gage Valve Handle until Powerig shuts
off. At the point that the Powerig shuts off, the
reading on the gage indicates the RETURN pressure setting.
Before attempting to set pressures, prepare 2624HS Tool per
instruction manual HK1052 (supplied with Tool), and disconnect
Powerig hydraulic unit from electrical power supply. NOTE: Gage
127444, supplied with kit, or optional gage T124833, or
equivalent must be used to ensure correct pressure settings.
g.) If this setting is correct, proceed to Step 4. NOTE: If
the pressure is lower or higher than the desired
setting, gradually adjust the RETURN pressure by
turning the nut at the end of the Pressure Switch
Assembly (Figure 2a), then repeat step 3f. Do this
until the correct setting is achieved.
1. Connect tool’s power cord to Electrical Enclosure of Powerig.
2. Connect Powerig to primary power source.
3. Set PULL and RETURN pressures for operation based on
fastener size. NOTE: To identify proper pressure settings,
refer to Figure 3a, Table A .
4. Disconnect Powerig from primary power source.
To Set PULL pressure:
5. Remove pressure setting gage.
6. Attach tool hydraulic fittings to Powerig, and plug rig back in
to primary power source.
a). 127444 Gage: Connect Gage Fitting to PULL side
Connector on Powerig.
T124833 Gage: Connect Gage Fittings to PULL and
RETURN side Connectors on Powerig.
7. Cycle Tool and, after it has reached maximum stroke,
depress Trigger and let Tool return to full forward position.
NOTE: Tool MUST be in FULL-FORWARD POSITION
prior to installing Nose Assembly.
b.) 127444 Gage: Depress Tool Trigger and, once Powerig
is activated read pressure on gage. This reading indicates the PULL pressure.
T124833 Gage: Depress Tool Trigger and, once
Powerig is activated, close Gage Valve Handle until fully
closed. Read pressure on gage. This reading indicates the PULL pressure.
8. Attach Nose Assembly to Tool. See ATTACHING NOSE
ASSEMBLY section of this manual.
High Pressure
Relief Valve
c.) Set appropriate PULL pressure, based on fastener size,
by gradually turning the High Pressure Relief Valve on
the base of the Powerig (Figure 2b) until gage reads the
desired pressure setting.
Pressure
Switch
Assembly
Nut
d.) Once the desired PULL pressure is correctly set,
release Tool Trigger.
To Set RETURN pressure:
e). 127444 Gage: Connect Gage Fitting to Return side
Connector on Powerig.
T124833 Gage: Leave Gage Fittings connected to
PULL and RETURN side Connectors on Powerig.
f.)
127444 Gage: Depress Tool Trigger and, once Powerig
is activated, release trigger. Note the highest reading
on the gage before Powerig shut off. This reading
indicates the Return pressure.
T124833 Gage: Open Gage Valve Handle until fully
open. Depress and release Tool Trigger. With the trig-
Tool
Power
Cord
Electrical
Enclosure
Assembly
AMPS
VOLTS
CYCLES
PHASE
H.P.
R
POWERIG HYDRAULIC UNIT
MODEL NUMBER
Figure 2b
PULL side
RETURN side
PULL side
RETURN side
127444 Pressure Gage (shipped with kit)
RETURN
Pressure
Indicator
Gage Valve
Handle
PULL
Pressure
Indicator
Optional T124833 Pressure Gage
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SERIAL NUMBER
HUCK INTERNATIONAL INC.
INSTALLATION SYSTEMS DIVISION
1 CORPORATE DRIVE
KINGSTON N.Y. 12401
Connect
to
primary
power
source
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Table A - Pressure Settings*
Trigger
Hydraulic
Connectors
Fastener
PULL /
PULL /
RETURN / RETURN /
Diameter
Swage
Cut
Swage*
Cut*
1/2”
3900
3200
3000
2500
5/8”
5750
5000
4500
4000
3/4”
7200
6600
6200
5600
12mm
2900
2500
1900
1500
14mm
4600
4000
3600
3000
16mm
5750
5000
4500
4000
20mm
8200
7600
7200
6600
Connect to
primary power
source
ON / OFF
Switch
PULL side
964
RETURN side
Manual Valve
Lever
Tool Power
Cord
RETURN
”A”
PULL
”B”
Neutral
Powerig
Cable
Figure 3a
Tool Power
Cord
AMPS
VOLTS
CYCLES
PHASE
H.P.
R
POWERIG HYDRAULIC UNIT
MODEL NUMBER
SERIAL NUMBER
HUCK INTERNATIONAL INC.
INSTALLATION SYSTEMS DIVISION
1 CORPORATE DRIVE
KINGSTON N.Y. 12401
PULL side
Connect to
primary power
source
RETURN side
Hydraulic
Connectors
940
* RETURN pressure settings
apply to 940 Powerig setup
only.
Figure 3b
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ATTACHING N OSE A SSEMBLY
1.
Prepare 2624HS Tool per instruction manual
HK1052. Disconnect Powerig hydraulic unit from
electrical power supply.
2.
Remove Retaining Ring from Nose Assembly Anvil,
and slide Anvil Assembly off of Collet. (Figure 1)
3.
Remove Sleeve and Split Ring from Tool.
4.
With Tool’s Piston in the fully forward position,
slowly screw Collet into Piston. Watch small flat
section of Collet, and screw until the top of the flat
just disappears under the edge of the Tool Cylinder.
Once the flat is at least flush with the edge of the
Cylinder, continue to screw Collet in approximately
one quarter turn until the Lockscrew of the Collet
meets with one of the four grooves in the Piston.
Secure Lockscrew. CAUTION: Check position of
Collet flat at regular intervals to prevent Nose
Assembly and/or Tool damage.
Sleeve
Split Ring
Anvil Assembly
slides on and off Collet
Installation
Nose Assembly
shown
5.
Slide Anvil Assembly over Collet, all the way to
Tool. NOTE: When assembling the SpinCutter
Nose Assembly, the blades of the inner part of
the Anvil and the Splitter Anvil Dowel MUST
align with the grooves of the Splitter Thimble.
6.
Place Split Ring over Anvil and front end of
Cylinder. Push Anvil into Tool to assist in seating
Split Ring.
7.
Slide Sleeve over Split Ring and install Retaining
Ring on Anvil.
8.
Reconnect Powerig to power supply.
Lockscrew seats
in Piston groove
Collet
Cylinder
Collet flat
flush with
Cylinder face
Retaining
Ring
Splitter
Anvil
Piston in fullforward position.
Splitter
Thimble
SpinCutter
Nose Assembly
shown
Dowel
MUST align with
Splitter Thimble groove
Retaining
Ring
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Sleeve
Split
Ring
Figure 1
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O PERATION S EQUENCE
Collar (Must be completely Thimble (Thread onto Fastener
until Anvil touches Collar, then
against workpiece prior to
is back off one half turn.)
fastener installation.)
Piston
Piston Travel
Fastener
Work
piece
1. With the selected Nose Assembly installed on the Tool and in
place on the Fastener, and with the Collar completely against
the work piece, insert the Drive Bar through the rear of the
Piston into the back end of the Thimble. Thread the Thimble
onto the fastener until the Anvil touches the Collar. At that
point, the Thimble must be backed off one half turn.
Drive
Bar
gger
Trigger
witch
Switch
eased
Released
2. 964 Powerig: Remove Drive Bar, and move the manual Valve
Lever of the Powerig to the “B” (PULL) position.
940 Powerig: Remove Drive Bar.
3. Depress the Tool Trigger, which will direct pressurized hydraulic
fluid through the PULL hose to the front side of the piston in the
tool and allow fluid on the RETURN side to flow back to the
tank. The Tool Piston moves rearward, which:
a) Installation Nose Assembly: causes the collar to
be swaged into the Anvil cavity, or
b) SpinCutter Nose Assembly: forces the Splitter
Anvil Assembly into the swaged collar, cutting it.
4. When the tool comes forward
and bottoms on the collar, as
soon as it stops moving, then:
964 Powerig: Release the
Tool Trigger, and move the
manual Valve Lever of the
Powerig to the “A” (RETURN)
position. The hydraulic fluid is
directed to the RETURN side,
the Tool Piston moves forward, pushing the Nose
Assembly off the Fastener.
940 Powerig: Release the
Tool Trigger.
Pressurized
ressurized
Hydraulic
ydraulic Fluid
Return
eturn
Hydraulic Fluid
Piston
RETURN side
PULL side
Piston Travel
Installation Nose:
Piston and Thimble move
rearward, forcing Collar to be
swaged onto Fastener.
Splitter
Anvil
Splitter
Thimble
Trigger
rigger
Switch
witch
Depressed
epressed
5. Re-insert the Drive Bar into
the Thimble, and unscrew the
Thimble from the fastener.
The sequence is now complete.
Cut
Collar
SpinCutter Nose:
Piston and Splitter Thimble move rearward,
forcing Collar to be cut open by Splitter Anvil.
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RETURN side
PULL side
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S TICKER L OCATIONS
The equipment supplied in your Spincutter Kit all
comes labeled with important stickers, which contain safety and pressure settings information. It is
necessary that these stickers remain on the equipment and are easily read. If stickers become damaged or worn, or if they have been removed from
the equipment, they must be replaced. The part
numbers are shown here.
TOOL
590273
Warning
Sticker
NOSE ASSEMBLY
WARNING
EXPOSED MOVING
PARTS.
KEEP HANDS OFF
DURING OPERATION
TO PREVENT
PERSONAL INJURY.
940 POWERIG
590189-2 Caution Sticker
(Maximum Operating Pressures)
590119
30V
MODEL
HUCK INTERNATIONAL, INC.
1 CORPORATE DR., KINGSTON, NY, USA
MAX PULL PRESSURE 7400 PSI, 510 BAR
MAX RETURN PRESSURE 3200 PSI, 220 BAR
(Upper)
590131
115 VAC
(Lower)
590303
Electrical
Schematic
590247
HUCK Sticker
590132
PULL
Pressure
Sticker
620084 "MADE IN
USA" Sticker
(Inside
Enclosure unit)
590134
24 VAC
Sticker
AMPS
(Opposite
Side)
MODEL NUMBER
(Opposite
Side)
590181
Caution
Sticker
127306
PULL
Pressure
Sticker
127307
RETURN
Pressure
Sticker
964 POWERIG
CAUTION
B
A
RETURN
PRESSURE
CAUTION
PULL
PRESSURE
13
CYCLES
PHASE
H.P.
SERIAL NUMBER
HUCK INTERNATIONAL INC.
INSTALLATION SYSTEMS DIVISION
1 CORPORATE DRIVE
KINGSTON N.Y. 12401
590133
RETURN
Pressure
Sticker
MADE IN U.S.A.
VOLTS
R
POWERIG HYDRAULIC UNIT
590012
Nameplate
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K ITS AND
A CCESSORIES
T ROUBLESHOOTING
Always check the simplest possible cause of a malfunction first (example: a loose or disconnected trigger line).
Then proceed logically and eliminate each possible
cause until the defect is found. Where possible, substitute known good parts for suspected defective parts.
Use the following steps as an aid in troubleshooting.
1. Tool fails to operate when trigger is pressed.
a. Inoperative POWERIG® Hydraulic Unit.
applicable instruction manual.
b. Loose electrical connections.
c. Damaged trigger assembly.
d. Loose or faulty hose coupling.
Service Kit:
2624HSKIT
Suspension Bracket Assembly:
127400-2624
Enables user to install/cut fasteners with increased
ergonomic flexibility. Bracket Assembly the Bracket and
Hardware as shown below.
See
Locknut
2. Tool operates in reverse.
a. Reversed hose connections between hydraulic
unit and tool.
Washer
Suspension
Bracket (2)
Hex Head
Cap Screw
3. Tool leaks hydraulic fluid.
a. Defective tool O-rings or loose connections at tool.
4. Hydraulic couplers leak fluid.
a. Damaged or worn O-rings in Coupler Body
Coupler
(Tool)
5. Hydraulic fluid overheats.
a. Unit not operating properly. See units manual.
b. Unit running in reverse (918; 918-5 only). See
unit’s manual.
6. Tool operates erratically and fails to install fastener
properly.
a. Low or erratic hydraulic pressure. Air in system.
b. Damaged or worn Piston O-ring in tool.
c. Excessive wear on sliding surfaces of tool parts.
7. Pull grooves on fastener pintail stripped during PULL
stroke.
a. Thimble is not threaded on far enough.
b. Incorrect fastener grip.
c. Worn or damaged Thimble.
d. Metal particles in Thimble.
e. Excessive sheet gap.
8. Collar of fastener not completely swaged.
a. Improper pressure setting. See Table A on page 8.
b. Scored anvil.
9. Tool "hangs up" on swaged collar of fastener.
a. Nose assembly not installed correctly.
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LIMITED WARRANTIES
Tooling Warranty: Huck warrants that tooling and other
items (excluding fasteners, and hereinafter referred as
"other items") manufactured by Huck shall be free from
defects in workmanship and materials for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of original purchase.
Warranty on "non standard or custom manufactured
products": With regard to non-standard products or custom manufactured products to customer's specifications,
Huck warrants for a period of ninety (90) days from the
date of purchase that such products shall meet Buyer's
specifications, be free of defects in workmanship and
materials. Such warranty shall not be effective with
respect to non-standard or custom products manufactured
using buyer-supplied molds, material, tooling and fixtures
that are not in good condition or repair and suitable for
their intended purpose.
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES WHICH EXTEND
BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF.
HUCK MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES AND
EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY OTHER WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTIES AS TO MERCHANTABILITY OR AS TO THE FITNESS OF THE
TOOLING, OTHER ITEMS, NONSTANDARD OR CUSTOM MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND HUCK SHALL NOT BE LIABLE
FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, ARISING FROM THE USE OF SUCH TOOLING, OTHER ITEMS, NONSTANDARD OR CUSTOM
MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS OR BREACH OF WARRANTY OR FOR ANY CLAIM FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
Huck's sole liability and Buyer's exclusive remedy for any
breach of warranty shall be limited, at Huck's option, to
replacement or repair, at FOB Huck's plant, of Huck manufactured tooling, other items, nonstandard or custom
products found to be defective in specifications, workmanship and materials not otherwise the direct or indirect
cause of Buyer supplied molds, material, tooling or fixtures. Buyer shall give Huck written notice of claims for
defects within the ninety (90) day warranty period for tooling, other items, nonstandard or custom products
described above and Huck shall inspect products for which
such claim is made.
Tooling, Part(s) and Other Items not manufactured by
Huck.
HUCK MAKES NO WARRANTY WITH RESPECT TO
THE TOOLING, PART(S) OR OTHER ITEMS MANUFACTURED BY THIRD PARTIES. HUCK EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED,
AS TO THE CONDITION, DESIGN, OPERATION, MER-
CHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR USE OF ANY TOOL,
PART(S), OR OTHER ITEMS THEREOF NOT MANUFACTURED BY HUCK. HUCK SHALL NOT BE LIABLE
FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, ARISING FROM THE USE OF SUCH TOOLING, PART(S) OR OTHER ITEMS OR BREACH OF
WARRANTY OR FOR ANY CLAIM FOR INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
The only warranties made with respect to such tool, part(s)
or other items thereof are those made by the manufacturer thereof and Huck agrees to cooperate with Buyer in
enforcing such warranties when such action is necessary.
Huck shall not be liable for any loss or damage resulting
from delays or nonfulfillment of orders owing to strikes,
fires, accidents, transportation companies or for any reason or reasons beyond the control of the Huck or its suppliers.
Huck Installation Equipment
Huck International, Inc. reserves the right to make
changes in specifications and design and to discontinue
models without notice.
Huck Installation Equipment should be serviced by trained
service technicians only.
Always give the Serial Number of the equipment when corresponding or ordering service parts.
Complete repair facilities are maintained by Huck
International, Inc. Please contact one of the offices listed
below.
Eastern
One Corporate Drive Kingston, New York 12401-0250
Telephone (845) 331-7300 FAX (845) 334-7333
Canada
6150 Kennedy Road Unit 10, Mississauga, Ontario,
L5T2J4, Canada.
Telephone (905) 564-4825 FAX (905) 564-1963
Outside USA and Canada
Contact your nearest Huck International Office, see back
cover.
In addition to the above repair facilities, there are
Authorized Tool Service Centers (ATSC's) located
throughout the United States. These service centers offer
repair services, spare parts, Service Parts Kits, Service
Tools Kits and Nose Assemblies. Please contact your
Huck Representative or the nearest Huck office listed on
the back cover for the ATSC in your area.
For the Long Haul™
A Global Organization
Alcoa Fastening Systems (AFS) maintains company
offices throughout the United States and Canada,
with subsidiary offices in many other countries.
Authorized AFS distributors are also located in
many of the world’s
industrial and Aerspace centers, where they provide
a ready source of AFS fasteners, installation tools,
tool parts, and application assistance.
Alcoa Fastening Systems world-wide locations:
Americas
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Aerospace Products
Tucson Operations
3724 East Columbia
Tucson, AZ 85714
800-234-4825
520-747-9898
FAX: 520-748-2142
Commercial Products
Kingston Operations
1 Corporate Drive
Kingston, NY 12401
800-431-3091
845-331-7300
FAX: 845-334-7333
www.hucktools.com
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Aerospace Products
Carson Operations
PO Box 5268
900 Watson Center Rd.
Carson, CA 90749
800-421-1459
310-830-8200
FAX: 310-830-1436
Commercial Products
Waco Operations
PO Box 8117
8001 Imperial Drive
Waco, TX 76714-8117
800-388-4825
254-776-2000
FAX: 254-751-5259
Far East
Europe
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Commercial Products
Australia Operations
14 Viewtech Place
Rowville, Victoria
Australia 3178
03-764-5500
Toll Free: 008-335-030
FAX: 03-764-5510
Commercial Products
Canada Operations
6150 Kennedy Road, Unit 10
Mississagua, Ontario L5T2J4
Canada
905-564-4825
FAX: 905-564-1963
Commercial Products
United Kingdom Operations
Unit C, Stafford Park 7
Telford, Shropshire
England TF3 3BQ
01952-290011
FAX: 0952-290459
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Aerospace Products
France Operations
Clos D’Asseville
BP4
95450 Us Par Vigny
France
33-1-30-27-9500
FAX: 33-1-34-66-0600
Commercial Products
Latin America Operations
Avenida Parque Lira. 79-402
Tacubaya Mexico, D.F.
C.P. 11850
FAX: 525-515-1776
TELEX: 1173530 LUKSME
For The Long Haul, The Future of Fastening Technology,
The Future of Assembly Technology, The Future of Tooling
Technology, and Tools of Productivity are service marks of Huck
International. Huck provides technical assistance regarding the use
and application of Huck fasteners and tooling.
NOTICE: The information contained in this publication is only for
general guidance with regard to properties of the products shown
and/or the means for selecting such products, and is not intended
to create any warranty, express, implied, or statutory; all warranties
are contained only in Huck’s written quotations, acknowledgements, and/or purchase orders. It is recommended that the user
secure specific, up-to-date data and information regarding each
application and/or use of such products.
One Great ConnectionSM
HWB898 1003-5M
© 2003 Alcoa Fastening Systems
1 Corporate Drive, Kingston, NY 12401 • Tel: 800-431-3091 • Fax: 845-334-7333 • E-mail: hkitoolinfo@alcoa.com • www.alcoafasteningsystems.com