Rivet Tool ProSet® 1600 Series

Rivet
Tool
ProSet 1600 Series
®
Maintenance Manual
Contents
Introduction...............................................................................................................................................2
Safety Instructions....................................................................................................................................3
Specifications ...........................................................................................................................................4
Packaged Accessories..........................................................................................................................4
Tool Requirements ................................................................................................................................4
ProSet® 1600 Tool Dimensions .............................................................................................................5
Common Nosepieces............................................................................................................................6
Basic Tool Operation ................................................................................................................................6
Front End Service .................................................................................................................................7
Mandrel Collection System (MCS) – ProSet® 1600 MCS .....................................................................8
Cleaning the Collector Silencer.............................................................................................................8
Tool Assembly Torque Requirements....................................................................................................9
ProSet® 1600/1600MCS Diagram ..........................................................................................................10
Parts List ................................................................................................................................................12
Hydraulic Oil Charging Procedure ..........................................................................................................14
Maintenance...........................................................................................................................................15
Safety Data.............................................................................................................................................16
Troubleshooting......................................................................................................................................17
EC Declaration of Conformity .................................................................................................................18
Introduction
POP ProSet 1600 tools are light weight Air/Hydraulic rivet setting tools recommended for use with genuine
POP® Brand Rivets per following chart:
®
®
Rivet Type
Open End & MultiGrip
Closed End
LSR Rivets
HR™ Rivets
T - Rivet
Self Plugger
Rivet Diameter
Material
(*)
3/32”
[2.4 mm]
1/8”
[3.0 - 3.2 mm]
5/32”
[4.0 mm]
Al – Al
9
9
9
Al – St / SS
St – St
SS – SS; Mo – St /SS
Al – Al
Al – St / SS; Cu – St
St – St
SS – SS
Al – Al
St – St
Al – St
St – St
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9 (†)
(Body – Mandrel)
9
9 (Š)
9
9
Al: Aluminum, St: Steel, SS: Stainless Steel, Cu: Cooper, Mo: Monel
(*) Use FAN239-176 Jaw pusher set up.
(†) Exclude MultiGrip
(Š) Set air pressure at 90 psi (6.2 bar).
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Safety Instructions
TO INSURE PROPER FUNCTIONING AND SAFE OPERATION READ THIS MANUAL
CAREFULLY BEFORE SETTING UP OR OPERATING THE POP® ProSet™ 1600 SERIES TOOLS
1. DO NOT use this tool in a manner other than that recommended by Emhart Teknologies.
2. Always wear eye protection when using or when near a tool that is in use.
3. This tool is NOT designed for use in explosive atmospheres.
4. Inspect tool for damage before connecting to air supply including all air connections.
5. Trained personnel must perform tool repair and/or maintenance at the prescribed intervals.
6. Disconnect the air supply when adjusting, servicing or removing any part of the tool.
7. Keep fingers off the trigger when connecting the air supply or if the air supply fails.
8. Keep fingers away from the front of the tool when connecting the air supply or setting rivets.
9. DO NOT point the tool at anyone.
10. DO NOT operate tool with the nose housing removed.
11. DO NOT operate tool without the Deflector or Collector.
12. DO NOT modify the tool in any way.
Modification will make void any applicable warranties
and could result in damage to the tool or physical injury to the user.
13. DO NOT look into the tool from the front or the back during use or when connected to air
supply.
14. The operating pressure must not exceed 100 psi (6.9 bar).
15. DO NOT direct tool exhaust towards anyone.
16. Wash hands if exposed to hydraulic fluid or lubricant.
17. Keep hair, fingers and loose clothing away from moving parts of the tool.
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Specifications
Weight
Length
Height
Stroke
Air Consumption
Pulling Force
Noise Level
Vibration Level
ProSet® 1600
ProSet® 1600MCS
2.15 lbs. (0.98 kg)
2.30 lbs. (1.05 kg)
10.83” (275 mm)
10.71” (272 mm)
8.94” (227 mm)
8.94” (227 mm)
0.71” (18 mm)
0.71” 18 mm)
0.043 cu. ft. per rivet
2.47 scfm (max.)
(1.22 l per rivet)
(70 l /min (max.))
1090 lbs. @ 90 psi (4850 N @ 0.62 MPa)
LAeq,T = 80.2 dB(A), LWA = 85.0 dB(A), LPeak = 110.4 dB(C)
0.54 m/s2, Time to 2.5 m/s2 > 24hrs (EAV)
Packaged Accessories
Qty
Item
®
PROSET1600
PROSET1600MCS
Part No.
1
ProSet 1600 Rivet Tool
9
9
-
1
Operating Instructions
9
9
P449
1
Maintenance Manual
9
9
P513
1
Nosepiece for 3 size open end rivets
9
9
PRN314
1
Nosepiece for 4 size open end rivets
Installed
Installed
PRN414
1
Nosepiece for 5 size open end rivets
9
9
PRN514
1
Jaw Pusher (Assy.) for 3/32” rivets
9
9
FAN239-176
1
Air Line Assembly
9
9
FAN239-157
1
4 mm Hex. Socket Screw Key
9
9
DPN239-139
1
Warranty Card
9
9
FG2184
Tool Requirements
6 scfm (150 l /min) Minimum
Air supply *
Recommended Operating Pressure
72.5-90 psi (0.5-0.62 MPa) dry, filtered
Maximum Operating Pressure
100 psi (0.69 MPa) dry, filtered
Hydraulic Oil **
POP® p/n: PRG540-130 [1 qt. (.945 ml)]
Jaw Lubricant **
POP® p/n: PRG510-130
[6 oz. (177 ml)]
Seal Lubricant **
POP p/n: PSA075508P
[1 ¾ oz. (54 g)]
(*)
(**)
®
Note: For best results and long service life, use dry, filtered air supply.
Note: See lubricant safety information.
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ProSet® 1600 Tool Dimensions
10.83” (275 mm)
3.3” (82 mm)
.682” (17.3 mm)
1.82” (46.3 mm)
1.83” (46.5 mm)
8.94” (227 mm)
ProSet® 1600
2.99” (76 mm)
3.27” (83 mm)
10.71” (272 mm)
3.23” (82 mm)
.682” (17.3 mm)
1.82” (46.3 mm)
1.83” (46.5 mm)
8.94” (227 mm)
ProSet® 1600 MCS
2.99” (76 mm)
3.27” (83 mm)
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Common Nosepieces
Closed End
Rivet Diameter
Open End
HR Rivets
Steel Mandrel
Aluminum
Mandrel
Aluminum
Body
Steel
Body
2.0 mm
PRN214
-
-
-
-
3/32” (2.4 mm)
PRN314*
-
-
-
-
1/8” (3.2 mm) or
7/64” (2.8 mm)
PRN414*
PRN424
PRN434
PRN414*
PRN4K
5/32” (4.0 mm)
PRN514*
PRN524
PRN534
PRN514*
-
Jaw Pusher
FAN239-176*
(PRG402-02 - JAWS)
FAN239-176*
DPN239-144*
* Included with the tool
Use FAN239-176 instead of DPN239-144 (installed) when using 3/32” (2.4mm) or smaller diameter
rivets.
Basic Tool Operation
Before operating the tool check the following:
‰
Inspect tool for damage or leaking oil – do not use tool if it is damaged or leaking oil.
‰
Check that correct nosepiece is fitted and tightened to 60 - 65 in-lbs [6.8 – 7.3 N-m] torque.
‰
Check that the nose housing nut (8) is tight – hand tighten only.
‰
Connect tool to air supply – see air supply requirements (page 4).
‰
Fit Mandrel Collector (96) – (MCS tool only).
‰
Open air supply valve by Sliding red OS Sleeve (93) on side of tool (see note below).
‰
Insert rivet into nosepiece.
‰
Position rivet in work piece.
‰
Pull trigger to set rivet.
‰
Release trigger – if equipped, MCS suction will draw mandrel into the collector.
! Note: The ProSet
®
1600 has an OS (Open-Shut) Valve for switching the air supply ON and OFF to
save air when the tool is not in use.
Air Supply ON: Open OS Valve
by sliding OS Sleeve in the
direction shown (up).
Air Supply OFF: Close OS Valve
by sliding OS Sleeve in the
direction shown (down).
OS Sleeve
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Front End Service
Jaw Guide
Nose Housing Nut
Pulling Head
Nose Housing
Jaw Guide Lock
Housing Adapter
Wrench Flat
Jaw Guide Lock motion
O-Ring
For optimum tool performance, Front-End Service should be performed regularly as per the “Preventative Maintenance
Schedule”.
! Note: UNPLUG AIR SUPPLY while servicing front-end to avoid INJURY.
1.
REMOVE NOSE HOUSING:
4. REASSEMBLY OF INTERNAL PARTS AND JAW
GUIDE:
Unscrew the Nose Housing Nut by hand and
slide Nose Housing off the tool.
2.
REMOVE JAW GUIDE TO ACCESS JAWS
AND INTERNAL PARTS:
Pull back the Jaw Guide Lock to disengage the
Jaw Guide Lock Teeth and unscrew and remove
the Jaw Guide.
Remove Jaws, Jaw Pusher, and Jaw Pusher
Spring for servicing.
3.
Place the Jaws into the Jaw Guide and slide the Jaw
Pusher Spring and Jaw Pusher into the Pulling Head.
Apply a small amount of Seal lubricant to the Pulling
Head threads and Jaw Guide Lock teeth. Screw the Jaw
Guide onto the Pulling Head until the teeth on the Jaw
Guide Lock stop the Jaw Guide rotating.
Apply Jaw lubricant to the Jaw area by submerging the
assembled Jaw Guide into Jaw lube about 1 in. (25mm).
Clean off excess Jaw Lube from the outside of the Jaw
Guide.
CLEAN PARTS:
5. REINSTALL NOSE HOUSING ASSEMBLY:
Clean Jaws, Jaw Guide, Jaw Pusher, Spring
and thread area of the Pulling Head.
Apply Seal Lube to outside surface of Jaws and
inside surface of the Jaw Guide.
Refit the Nose Housing and Hand-tighten the Nose
Housing Nut securely against the O-Ring. If the Nut is
not tightened sufficiently against the O-Ring there may
be a loss of suction.
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Mandrel Collection System (MCS) – ProSet® 1600 MCS
For safety purposes, removing the Collector from the tool automatically turns the MCS suction OFF. Refitting
the Collector turns the MCS suction ON.
MCS suction OFF
MCS suction ON
Cleaning the Collector Silencer
For optimum performance, the Collector Silencer should be cleaned at regular intervals as per the
“Preventative Maintenance Schedule”.
! Note: UNPLUG AIR SUPPLY while servicing Collector to avoid INJURY.
1. CLEAN THE COLLECTOR :
•
•
•
•
Remove and empty the Collector (96) by turning counterclockwise.
Remove the Collector End Nut (106) (17mm wrench) and remove the Collector End Cap (105).
Remove the Collector Silencer (103).
Clean and remove debris from all components.
Collector End Nut (106)
Collector End Cap (105)
Collector Body (101)
Collector End (104)
Collector Silencer (103)
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2. RE-ASSEMBLE THE COLLECTOR :
•
•
•
•
Secure Collector End (104) to Collector Body (101). Use a screwdriver or similar tool to hold the
Collector End in place during re-assembly (see picture below).
Place the Collector Silencer (103) onto the Collector End (104).
Place Collector End Cap (105) on Collector Body End (104).
Install and tighten Collector End Nut (106) on Collector End (104).
Screwdriver
Tool Assembly Torque Requirements
Item
Part No.
Description
Torque Value
1
PRN414
Nosepiece 4 size
119
PRN314
Nosepiece 3 size
120
PRN514
Nosepiece 5 size
51
DPN239-053
Sleeve Lower
35 - 39 ft-lbs
(47 - 53 N-m)
61
DPN239-063
Sleeve Lock Nut
31 - 35 ft-lbs
(42 - 48 N-m)
88
DPN907-003
Socket Head Cap Screw
46 - 51 in-lbs
(5.2 – 5.8 N-m)
60 – 65 in-lbs
(6.8 – 7.3 N-m)
See exploded Tool Diagram
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ProSet® 1600/1600MCS Diagram
Use with 3 size rivets
(*) These items require Loctite® 242 adhesive.
(†) These items have a specific tightening torque as indicated in the “Tool Assembly Torque Requirements” table.
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Parts List
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
57
60
61
62
63
Part No.
Description
PRN414
PRG402-8A
DPN239-006
DPN239-007
DPN239-008
DPN239-009
DPN900-001
DPN239-011
DPN239-144
DPN901-001
DPN901-002
DPN239-018
DPN239-019
DPN239-020
DPN900-002
DPN239-022
DPN908-001
DPN900-003
DPN908-002
DPN908-003
DPN908-004
DPN900-004
DPN239-029
DPN901-003
DPN900-005
DPN239-111
DPN239-112
DPN239-034
DPN900-019
DPN239-036
DPN239-181
DPN239-153
DPN239-116
DPN239-154
DPN239-118
DPN900-006
DPN907-002
DPN239-119
FAN239-043
DPN239-108
DPN239-047
DPN900-007
DPN900-008
DPN900-009
DPN239-147
DPN239-052
DPN239-053
DPN908-005
DPN908-006
FAN239-148
FAN239-059
DPN900-010
DPN239-063
DPN239-064
DPN239-065
Nosepiece 4 size
Jaws
Jaw Guide
Pulling Head
Jaw Guide Lock
Nose Housing
O-Ring
Nose Housing Nut
Jaw Pusher
Jaw Pusher Spring
Spring
Spring Receiver
Hydraulic Piston
Housing Adapter
O-Ring
Rod Seal Case
Scraper
O-Ring
B.U-Ring
Penta Seal
B.U-Ring
O-Ring
Handle Upper
Return Spring
O-Ring
MCS Valve Rod
MCS Cap
End Cap Adapter
O-Ring
Slider
Hook
End Cap
Collar
Collar Screw
Ejector Guide
O-Ring
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Socket Hd Cap Screw
End Cap Plate
Ejector Assembly
Packing
Fill Screw
O-Ring
O-Ring
O-Ring
Sleeve Upper
Upper Plate
Sleeve Lower
Penta Seal
B.U-Ring
Handle Lower Assy
Air Piston Assembly
O-Ring
Sleeve Lock Nut
Bottom Plate
J Valve Cap
1600
1600
MCS
Item
Part No.
Description
1
1set(2)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
4
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1set(2)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
2
4
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
NS
DPN900-011
DPN900-012
DPN239-068
DPN239-069
DPN900-013
DPN239-071
DPN239-120
DPN239-121
FAN239-074
DPN900-014
DPN902-001
DPN239-078
DPN906-001
DPN239-150
DPN239-083
DPN900-015
DPN239-151
DPN907-001
DPN239-086
DPN907-004
DPN900-016
DPN239-089
DPN907-003
DPN239-091
DPN239-126
DPN239-093
DPN239-127
DPN239-095
DPN900-017
DPN239-097
FAN239-166
DPN239-098
DPN900-018
DPN903-001
DPN239-155
DPN239-130
DPN900-020
DPN239-168
DPN239-156
DPN239-167
DPN239-152
DPN900-021
DPN239-163
DPN900-022
PRG510-56
FAN239-176
FAN239-157
DPN239-158
DPN239-159
DPN239-160
PRG540-45
PRN314
PRN514
DPN239-139
O-Ring
O-Ring
J Valve Rod
EXT Silencer
O-Ring
Valve Stopper
Fitting
Air Tube
S.V Case Assembly
O-Ring
Retaining Ring
S Valve Rod
Button Hd Cap Screw
Trigger
Connect Tube
O-Ring
Handle Assembly
Socket Hd Cap Screw
Hexagon Nut
Socket Hd Cap Screw
O-Ring
Plug
Socket Hd Cap Screw
Chamber
R Joint Spacer
R Joint
R Joint Adapter
O S Slider
O-Ring
O S Joint
Collector Assembly
Collector Lock Collar
O-Ring
Flat Head Cap Screw
Collector Lock
Collector Body
O-Ring
Collector Silencer
Collector End
Collector End Cap
Collector End Nut
O-Ring
Deflector Adapter
O-Ring
Deflector
Jaw Pusher Assy
Air Line Assembly
Air Line
Air Line Fitting
Hose Female Fitting
O-Clamp (0911)
Nosepiece 3 size
Nosepiece 5 size
HS Screw key - M4
1600
1600
MCS
2
1
1
1
3
1
4
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
4
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
3
1
4
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
3
4
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
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Optional Parts and Kits are also available separately.
Part No.
Description
Part No.
Description
PRN214
Nose piece for 2.0 mm rivet (Micro Rivets)
37
DPN900-006
O-Ring
2
PRG402-02
Jaws for 2.0 mm rivet (Micro Rivets)
46
DPN900-007
O-Ring
1
DPN239-110
17mm Hex. Socket screw key for End
60
DPN900-010
O-Ring
1
ProSet 1600 Front End Extension
Kit – 5” [127mm] length
Contains:
68
DPN900-013
O-Ring
2
94
DPN900-017
O-Ring
2
Jaws
1
17
DPN908-001
Scraper
1
®
FAN239-174
2
PRG402-8A
3
DPN239-006
Jaw Guide
1
19
DPN908-002
B.U-Ring
1
5
DPN239-008
Jaw Guide Lock
1
20
DPN908-003
Penta Seal
1
7
DPN900-001
O-Ring
1
21
DPN908-004
B.U-Ring
1
8
DPN239-011
Nose Housing Nut
1
52
DPN908-005
Penta Seal
1
9
DPN239-144
Jaw Pusher
1
53
DPN908-006
B.U-Ring
1
®
10
DPN901-001
Jaw Pusher Spring
1
FAN203-408
11
DPN901-002
Spring
1
DPN239-169
Nose Housing
1
MCS5000-78
Adapter Cap
1
DPN239-170
Pulling Head Extension
1
MCS5000-81
Strain Relief
1
DPN239-171
Pulling Head Joint
1
PRT5250-24
Tapered Bushing
1
FAN239-172
Jaw Pusher (Assembly)
1
PRT5250-26
Tapered Bushing
1
PRT5250-98
Fitting for 5 size rivets
1
PRT5250-99
Fitting for 4 size rivets
1
®
FAN239-175
7
ProSet 1600 Adaptor Kit for
MCS5000 (remote MCS)
Contains:
DPN900-001
ProSet 1600/1600MCS Seal Kit
Contains:
O-Ring
1
®
FAN239-177
ProSet 1600 MCS Retrofit Kit
Contains:
End Cap Plate
1
Collector Assembly
1
15
DPN900-002
O-Ring
1
18
DPN900-003
O-Ring
2
39
22
DPN900-004
O-Ring
1
96
25
DPN900-005
O-Ring
2
RP4-486
DPN239-119
FAN239-166
RP4/RP5 Receptacle
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Hydraulic Oil Charging Procedure
!
IMPORTANT. TOOL MUST BE DISCONNECTED FROM THE AIR SUPPLY. USE ONLY APPROVED
HYDRAULIC OIL SPECIFIED IN THIS MANUAL.
Fig. 1
1.
Disconnect from air supply.
2.
Remove Nose Housing (6) and Collector (96).
3.
Remove four Socket Head Cap Screws (88) using 4mm Hex-Key
wrench (accessory). (Fig. 1)
4.
Turn tool upside down and remove Chamber (89).
Then pull out Air Piston Assembly (57). (Fig. 2)
5.
Drain the oil from the tool into a waste oil container.
6.
Clean the dirt off the Air Piston Assembly (57) and inner
Chamber (89) with a clean rag.
Apply a thin layer of Seal lubricant to inner Chamber.
7.
Loosen Jaw Guide (3) approximately 3 full turns or a 0.12"
(3mm) gap and loosen Fill Screw (45) approximately 3 - 3½ full
turns or a 0.14"(3.6mm) gap (Fig. 3).
8.
Secure the tool upside down again and pour hydraulic oil into
Sleeve Lower (51) to the level of the Backup Ring (white part)
(53). (Fig. 4)
9.
Push Air Piston Assembly (57) into Sleeve Lower (51) to
half-way point so that dirty hydraulic oil and air bubbles will
come out from the loosened Fill Screw (45).
Hold Air Piston Assembly until no more oil or bubbles come out.
(Fig. 5)
Socket Head Cap
Screw (88)
Fig. 2
Chamber (89)
Air Piston Assembly (57)
Fig. 3
0.12"(3mm)
10. Loosely tighten Fill Screw (45) and pull out Air Piston
Assembly (57).
0.14"(3.6mm)
11. Pour more hydraulic oil into Sleeve Lower (51) to the level
of the Backup Ring and push Air Piston Assembly (57) into
Sleeve Lower (51). Push Air Piston inwards then outwards
5-6 times in a slow, constant motion.
Fill Screw (45)
Then pull it out and check for bubbles rising to the oil
surface.
If there are still bubbles, repeat the procedure until there
Jaw guide (3)
are no more bubbles (Fig. 6).
It may be necessary to repeat this procedure 2-3 times to bleed all bubbles from the oil.
If after 3 attempts there are still bubbles in the oil, go back to No.5 and start again by draining the hydraulic oil.
`
Fig. 6
Fig. 5
Fig. 4
Backup Ring (53)
Sleeve Lower (51)
Air Piston Assembly (57)
Air Piston Assembly (57)
Sleeve Lower (51)
Fill Screw (45)
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12. When there are no more bubbles in the oil, top off the hydraulic oil in the Sleeve Lower (51) to the level of the Backup
Ring (53).
13. Make sure the Jaw Guide (3) is loose (see Step 7). Push the Air Piston Assembly (57) into the Sleeve Lower (51) to
the half-way point. While holding the Air Piston at the half-way point, replace the Nose Housing and hand tighten.
14. With a clean rag, wipe off any oil on the Air Piston Assembly (57), Handle Lower Assembly (54), and Sleeve Lower
(51). Put Chamber (89) over Air Piston Assembly (57) then turn the tool upright and tighten the four Socket Head
Cap Screws (88) to a Torque of 46 - 51 in-lbs (5.2 – 5.8 N-m).
15. Remove the Nose Housing (6), and tighten the Jaw Guide (3) by hand until it stops.
16. Loosen the Fill Screw (45) approximately 3 - 3½ full turns or a 0.14"(3.6mm) gap to allow excess hydraulic oil and
bubbles to escape. When no more oil comes out, tighten the Fill Screw (Fig. 7).
17. Wipe off any dirt and oil on the tool.
18. Replace the Nose Housing (6) and Collector (96).
Fig. 7
Fill Screw (45)
Note: During assembly and disassembly, do not allow any metal swarf or dirt into the Hydraulic
Oil and inner Chamber.
Maintenance
Preventative Maintenance Schedule
Item
Action
Frequency
Clean and lubricate Front
End of tool
See “Front End Service”
1 x per day or
5,000 rivet settings.
Inspect jaws
Look for broken jaws and
damage or wear on jaw teeth.
During “Front End Service” or when jaws
slip on mandrel.
Empty Collector
When the quantity of stored spent
Mandrels starts to interfere with
mandrels entering the Collector.
(Storage quantity depends on rivet –
approx. 75-90 5/32” (4.0mm) rivets).
Clean Collector Silencer
Once a week or when MCS suction will
not pull spent mandrels into the
Collector.
Collector
Note: Only use Emhart specified greases and lubricants
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Safety Data
SEAL LUBE (P/N: PSA075508P)
LUBRIPLATE® 130-AA
Manufactured by:
Fiske Brothers Refining Co.
Phone: (419) 691-2491
Emergency: (800) 255-3924
®
ALVANIA EP Grease 1
Prod Code: 71124
Manufactured by:
Shell Oil Products
Phone: (877) 276-7285
MSDS#: 57072E-5
First Aid:
SKIN:
Remove any contaminated clothing and
wash with soap and warm water. If
injected by high pressure under skin,
regardless of the appearance of its size,
contact a physician IMMEDIATELY.
Delay may cause loss of affected part
of body.
INGESTION:
Call a physician immediately. Do not
induce vomiting.
EYES:
Flush with clear water for 15 minutes or
until irritation subsides. If irritation
persists, consult a physician.
Fire:
FLASH POINT: COC- 400°F
Cool exposed containers with water.
Use foam, dry chemical, carbon dioxide
or water spray.
Environment:
WASTE DISPOSAL:
Assure conformity with applicable
disposal regulations. Dispose of
absorbed material at an approved
waste disposal facility or site.
SPILLAGE:
Scrape up grease, wash remainder with
suitable petroleum solvent or add
absorbent.
JAW LUBE (P/N: PRG510-130)
HYDRAULIC OIL (P/N: PRG540-130)
SUNPAR 107
MOBIL DTE 26
Manufactured By:
Sunoco, Inc.
Emergency Phone: (800) 424-9300
First Aid:
SKIN:
Wash with soap and water until no
odor remains. If redness or
swelling develops, obtain medical
assistance. Wash cloths before
reuse.
INGESTION:
Do not induce vomiting! Do not
give liquids! Obtain emergency
medical attention. Small amounts
that accidentally enter mouth
should be rinsed out until taste of it
is gone.
EYES:
Flush with water.
Fire:
FLASH POINT: Greater than 200°F
Can be made to burn. Use water
spray, regular foam, dry chemical or
carbon dioxide.
Environment:
WASTE DISPOSAL:
Do not flush to drain or storm sewer.
Contract authorized disposal
service.
SPILLAGE:
Contain Spill. Absorb onto inert
material. Shovel, sweep or
vacuum spill.
Handling/ Storage:
NFPA Class IIIB Storage. Avoid
prolonged breathing of mist or
vapor. Avoid prolonged or
repeated contact with skin. Avoid
contact with eyes. Wash thoroughly
after handling.
Handling/ Storage:
Keep containers closed when not in
use. Do not handle or store near heat,
sparks, flame or strong oxidants.
®
Lubriplate is a registered trademark of Fiske
Brothers Refining Company.
Please refer to the actual MSDS for complete safety and handling
information. These can be obtained from the point of purchase.
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Manufactured By:
ExxonMobil Corporation
Emergency Phone: (609) 737-4411
MSDS Fax on Demand:
(613) 228-1467 MSDS # 602649-00
Shell TELLUS 68
Manufactured By:
SOPUS Products
Health Information: (877) 504-9351
MSDS Assistance:
(877) 276-7285 MSDS # 402288L-0
Distributed By:
Emhart Teknologies
Phone: (203) 924-9341
First Aid:
SKIN:
Remove contaminated clothing and
shoes and wipe excess from skin.
Flush skin with water, then wash with
soap and water. If irritation occurs,
get medical attention.
INGESTION:
Do not induce vomiting. In general, no
treatment is necessary unless large
quantities of product are ingested.
However, get medical attention.
EYES:
Flush with water. If irritation occurs, get
medical attention.
Fire:
FLASH POINT: 390°F/198.9°C
Material will float and can be re-ignited
on the surface of water. Use water fog,
‘alcohol foam’, dry chemical or carbon
dioxide (CO2) to extinguish flames. Do
not use a direct stream of water.
Environment:
SPILLAGE:
Soak up residue with an absorbent such
as clay, sand or other suitable material.
Place in a non-leaking container and
seal tightly for proper disposal.
Handling:
Wash with soap and water before
eating, drinking, smoking, applying
cosmetics or using toilet. Properly
dispose of leather articles such as
shoes or belts that cannot be
decontaminated. Use in a well
ventilated area.
Storage:
Store in a cool, dry place with adequate
ventilation. Keep away from open
flames and high temperatures.
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
TOOL FAILS TO OPERATE
TOOL NOT RETURNING
TOOL LOSING STROKE
JAWS SLIPPING ON MANDRELS
JAWS FAIL TO OPEN
MANDREL STICKING IN JAWS
RIVET FAILS TO INSERT INTO
Probable Cause
Remedy
Tool not connected to air supply.
Connect to recommended air supply source.
OS Valve is in “OFF” position.
Slide OS Valve to ON position.
Insufficient air pressure.
Adjust air supply pressure.
Air pressure is too high.
Adjust air supply pressure.
Tool is low on hydraulic fluid.
Service tool by qualified service personnel.
Possible jam due to debris in Nose Housing.
Perform “Front End Service” and check for debris
or damage.
Tool low on hydraulic fluid.
Service tool by qualified service personnel.
Jaws dirty or need lubrication.
Clean and lube jaws.
Jaws worn.
Replace jaws.
Dirty Nose Housing, Jaws or Jaw Guide.
Perform “Front End Service” and clean inside of
Nose Housing.
Nose Housing loose.
Tighten Nose Housing.
Excess hydraulic oil in tool.
Service tool by qualified service personnel.
Jaws dirty or need lubrication.
Perform “Front End Service” to clean and
lubricate Jaws.
Incorrect nosepiece.
Install correct nosepiece.
Shear ring stuck in hole of nosepiece.
Remove shear ring, check for the correct
Nosepiece and review application parameters to
NOSEPIECE
ensure proper riveting.
RIVET MANDREL DOES NOT
BREAK
MCS NOT WORKING
LOW VACUUM
Rivet not fully set.
Repeat stroke required, or change rivet.
Mandrel break load requirement too high.
Upgrade tool.
Insufficient air pressure.
Adjust air supply pressure to recommended level.
Tool not connected to air supply.
Connect to recommended air supply source.
Collector not tight or missing.
Check Collector.
Mandrel path blocked.
Clear mandrel path.
Dirty Silencer.
Clean or change Silencer.
Collector is full of mandrels.
Discard the mandrels.
Insufficient air pressure.
Adjust air supply pressure.
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EC Declaration of Conformity
We, Emhart Teknologies
Tucker Fasteners Limited
Birmingham B42 1BP
United Kingdom.
Declare that:
ProSet® 1600
ProSet® 1600 MCS
Conforms to the following standards:
EN ISO 12100 part 1 and part 2
ISO 3744
ISO prEN 792 part 1
EN ISO 4871
ISO prEN 15744
EN 28662 - 1
EN 12096
Following the provisions of the Machine Directive 98/37/EEC which replaces Directive 89/392/EEC and its
amending Directives 91/368/EEC, 93/44/EEC and 93/68/EEC.
Signed: ____________________________________
Eymard Chitty, Vice President, R&D
Birmingham
st
1 . September 2008
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