Signode PRHR-114 Manual, Parts List, And Schematic

PRHR-34/114
PUSH TYPE POWER COMBINATION
STRAPPING TOOL
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAN RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY.
GENERAL SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
1. STRAP BREAKAGE HAZARD.
Improper operation of the tool or sharp corners on the load can result in strap breakage
during tensioning, which could result in the following:
! A sudden loss of balance causing you to fall.
! Both tool and strap flying violently towards your face.
Failure to place the strap properly around the load or an unstable or shifted load could result
in a sudden loss of strap tension during tensioning. This could result in a sudden loss of
balance causing you to fall.
! If the load corners are sharp use edge protectors.
! Positioning yourself in-line with the strap, during tensioning and sealing, can result in
severe personal injury from flying strap or tool. When tensioning or sealing, position
yourself to one side of the strap and keep all bystanders away.
2. TRAINING.
This tool must not be used by persons not properly trained in its use. Be certain that you
receive proper training from your employer. If you have any questions contact your Signode
Representative.
3. EYE INJURY HAZARD.
Failure to wear safety glasses with side shields can result in severe eye injury
or blindness. Always wear safety glasses with side shields which conform to
ANSI Standard Z87.1 or EN 166.
4. FALL HAZARD.
Maintaining improper footing and/or balance when operating the tool can cause you to fall.
Do not use the tool when you are in an awkward position.
5. CUT HAZARD.
Handling strap or sharp parts could result in cut hands or fingers. Wear
protective gloves.
6. TOOL CARE.
! Inspect and clean the tool daily. Replace all worn or broken parts.
! Lubricate all moving parts daily.
! On air powered tools, always disconnect the pneumatic connection to the tool when
performing part removal and replacement procedures. NEVER connect a pneumatic
source to a disassembled tool unless otherwise specified.
7. WORK AREA.
Keep work areas uncluttered and well lighted.
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Use the correct Signode products for your application. If you need help contact your
Signode Representative.
Signode tools and machines are designed and warranted to work together with Signode
strapping and seals. Use of non-Signode strap, seals and/or manufactured or specified
replacement parts may result in strap breakage or joint separation while applying strapping
to a load or during normal shipping and handling. This could result in severe personal
injury.
JOINT FORMATION
An improperly formed joint, or a joint with an incorrect number of notches, could result in strap
separation. Before moving any package, be certain that the joint is formed as shown in the
illustration. If not, remove the strap and check the tool for worn or broken parts. Repair the tool
before applying another strap. Failure to follow this procedure could
result in serious injury or death. If you have questions regarding proper
joint formation, contact your Signode Sales Representative.
Before making a double reverse notch seal joint, read the sealing tool’s
Operation. Parts and Safety Manual. A properly formed double reverse
notch joint will appear as shown in the illustration. More than one seal
may be required for your application. Always uses the correct number
of seals recommended by your Signode Sales Representative.
If the double reverse notch joint does not appear as shown in the
illustration proceed as follows:
1. Review the tool’s operating instructions to be certain that the tool is being operated
properly before applying another strap.
2. Cut the strap off, and apply a new strap and seal.
MOVING AND STACKING STRAPPED LOADS
Before moving or stacking any strapped load, follow all standard industry practices regarding
safe material handling procedures.
CUTTING TENSIONED STRAP
Using claw hammers, crowbars, chisels, axes or similar tools will cause tensioned strap to fly
apart with hazardous force. Use only cutters designed for cutting strap. Read the instructions in
the cutters manual for proper procedure in cutting strap. Before using any Signode product read
its Operation and Safety Manual.
TOOL CLEANING & LUBRICATION
Clean and apply a light weigth machine oil to all moving parts on a weekly basis. Clean the
feedwheel daily with a wire brush. Refer to the Pneumatic Information shown in this manual for
lubricant recommendations with regard to the air motor.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
General Safety Instructions
2
Specifications
4
Tool Installation
4
Major Components
5
Pneumatic Information
6
Strap Tension
8
Operating Instructions
9
Tool Adjustments
11
Troubleshooting
12
Parts List & Exploded Views
14
Declaration of Conformity
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Signode tools and machines are designed
and warranted to work together with
Signode strapping and seals. Use of nonSignode strap, seals and/or manufactured
or specified replacement parts may result
in strap breakage or joint separation
while applying strapping to a load or
during normal shipping and handling.
This could result in serious personal
injury.
PRHR-34
Part No. 424234
PRHR-114
Part No. 423570
SPECIFICATIONS
STRAP
TYPE
MODEL
PRHR-34
PRHR-114*
MAGNUS
PAINT & WAX
WIDTH
3/4"
1-1/4"
THICKNESS
0.025" Minimum
0.031" Maximum
SEALS
34P
114P
* Refer to page 18 of this manual for information on 0.044" strap conversion.
TOOL INSTALLATION
To work effectively, the PRHR Tool must be properly installed. This installation includes, in
some cases, proper suspension of the tool over the container to be strapped and the proper
placement of the strapping dispenser to provide a continuous easy supply of strapping for the
application.
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MAJOR COMPONENTS
To better operate the PRHR become familiar with the major components of the tool.
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PNEUMATIC INFORMATION
Air Supply Installation
If the compressor has a good dryer unit, use black pickled pipe. When a dryer unit is not
installed, use galvanized or copper pipe.
To preform reliably, a pneumatic tool requires a continuous source of clean, water-free air at
adequate pressure.
Never operate this tool using a bottled air or gas source.
Bottled air/gas sources do not provide consistent operating pressure and
could result in air pressures that exceed the maximum allowed for the tool.
A filter-regulated-lubricator unit (Signode Part No. 008559) must be installed as close to the air
tool as possible, preferably within 10 feet. It should be placed in a convenient location where it
can easily be drained, adjusted, and filled with oil. The air hose must have at least a 3/8" I.D.. A
quick-connect press-on socket is installed on the stress spring end of the hose for convenient
hookup to the air tool.
Filter and lubricator bowls are made of polycarbonate material. Do not install where bowls may
be exposed to materials incompatible with poly carbonate. Certain oils, solvents, and chemicals
or their fumes can weaken these bowls and possibly cause them to burst. Clean only with warm
water. A cut-off valve placed ahead of the filter will be useful when cleaning the filter or
replenishing the lubricator.
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MOISTURE
Moisture is always present in air lines due to condensation within the lines as the air cools.
Steps must be taken to remove this moisture and to keep it from the air tool. This is because
water tends to wash away lubricants and cause corrosion, sticking and failure of internal parts.
The main line should be pitched so the far end terminates in a water leg. Branch lines are taken
from the top of the main, never off the bottom. Every branch should have a water leg at its
lowest point, with a drain cock which is drained daily.
If these precautions are taken and water is still present, an after cooler and a moisture separator
are required between the compressor and the air receiver tank. A large air line separator can be
installed in the air tool line, but precautions must be taken to insure that it will be drained daily,
before the air tool is operated.
Water in air lines is a constant threat to the proper operation of air tools. Even near freezing
operating conditions, a good refrigerant type dryer is essential. A good dryer will remove 95%
or more of water right at the compressor. The remaining moisture is removed at the water leg in
the piping system or in the filter (Part No. 173111).
NOTE: Additional information is available in the Signode publication, "Air Supply Manual" (Part
No. 186038). If you have any questions, contact your local Signode Representative.
LUBRICATION
The air motor must be properly lubricated. This is achieved by keeping the air line lubricator
filled with oil and correctly adjusted. Without proper lubrication, the motor will become sticky
and the tool will give low and erratic tension and be difficult to release from the strap.
Install the lubricator as close to the air tool as possible. The arrow on the lubricator's top
surface must point in the direction of air flow. For proper operation, oil must drop through the
lubricator sight glass at a rate of 1 to 4 drops per minute. This rate is checked while the air tool
is running free. Only 20% of this oil is actually delivered to the tool. The remaining oil drops
back into the oil reservoir. The unit is factory set and should require no adjustment. If an
adjustment is required, the adjusting screw on top of the lubricator may be turned as marked to
reduce or increase the flow of oil.
The correct grade of oil must be used in the lubricator; too heavy an oil will not provide sufficient
lubrication and will cause sticking and sluggish operation of the air tool. Recommended oils are
any good grade of rust and oxidation inhibiting oil with a viscosity of 80-120 S.U.S. at 100
degrees Fahrenheit. (0.15 to 0.25 cm2 /sec. at 38 degrees Celsius), such as:
Non Fluid Oil Co., grade #LS-1236
Signode oil - Part No. 008556
If necessary, use SAE #5 or SAE #10 non-detergent, cut 1 to 1 with kerosene.
NOTE: Some oils contain anti-wear additives which may disable the air motor. Be certain to use
recommended oil.
Several drops of lubricator oil added to the inlet of the air motor or into the air line each day will
help insure good operation. A noticeable reduction of air motor performance can usually be
corrected by squirting a few drops of oil into the air line.
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PNEUMATIC INFORMATION, Continued
COLD WEATHER OPERATION
If a tool does not operate satisfactorily in freezing temperatures, certain steps can correct the
problem. The following steps can be taken to improve cold weather operation of the tool:
a. An air line dryer adjacent to the compressor.
b. Use lubricant recommended by Signode. Signode has tested the use of anti-freezes, none
work well in air tools; the tool will gum up when anti-freezes are introduced and will not
function properly. The best lubricant for freezing weather is the 1 to 1 oil and kerosene
combination.
c. If possible, run the air supply line to a indoor located Filter-Regulator-Lubricator or relocate
the F-L-R to a warmer operating area.
AIR PRESSURE vs. STRAP TENSION
A minimum air pressure setting of 70 psig must be maintained to ensure that the tool will seal
properly. Input air pressure to tool must not exceed 90 psig. Strap tension is controlled by air
pressure. Use the proper air line piping and lubrication as specified in this manual. Your air
pressure gauge must be accurate, therefore, confirm its accuracy by comparing it to a calibrated
master gauge.
Adjust the pressure regulator to achieve the tensions listed below. Once the regulator is set, the
tension levels will be consistent on all straps, provided the operator allows the air motor to stall.
If the air pressures do not result in tension levels that satisfy the needs of the application, then
increase the air pressure in increments of 5 psig until the desired tension level has been
achieved.
STRAP TENSION
Strap breakage hazard. Increasing the tension can result in strap breakage. 1-1/4" Strap can
break during tensioning if inlet air pressure exceeds 90 psig (6.1 BAR). Maximum operating
air pressure is 90 psig (6.1 BAR). Never remove the adjusting screw from the tool with the
air connected. The screw could become a flying projectile. Failure to follow the above could
result in serious personal injury.
Strap tension is accurately controlled by air pressure to the tool and the setting of the adjusting
screw. Once the desired inlet air pressure and the adjusting screw settings have been
established, tension will be uniformed on all straps.
The PRHR tool has been factory adjusted to draw 1400 lbs. (6216 N) of tension at 90 psig (6.1
BAR). A minimum of 70 psig (4.8 BAR) is required to ensure that the tool will seal properly.
To adjust the tension:
1. Make sure the air pressure is set between 70 and 90 psig (4.7 an 6.1 BAR).
2. Loosen the hex nut (81) and turn the adjusting screw (80) clockwise to decrease tension and
counterclockwise to increase tension.
3. Retighten the hex nut.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Wear safety glasses which conform to ANSI Standard Z87.1 or EN 166.
Stand to one side of the strap while tensioning.
Make sure all bystanders are clear before proceeding.
Failure to follow the above could result in serious personal injury.
STRAP AND SEAL LOADING
Refer to the Specifications section to make sure the seal has been chosen. Insert the lead end of
the strap into the seal Signode No. 114P.
Pass the strap over the top of the package then bring the lead end around and up and rethread it
into the seal. This will result in creating a TOP STRAP and a BOTTOM STRAP. They will be
referred to later in these instructions.
Bend about 2 1/2" (63.5mm) of the lead end of the BOTTOM STRAP back beneath the seal to
maintain the loop. Refer to Figure 1 to make sure the loop has been properly formed. Hold the
BOTTOM STRAP and pull back on the TOP STRAP to draw loop loosely around the package. A
gentle upward bend on the TOP STRAP will hold the loop in place while the PRH2 tool is being
positioned.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS, Continued
CYCLING THE TOOL
1.
Grasp the TOP STRAP and insert it sideways
into the tool between the feedwheel and the
breaker foot. Make sure the strap is in full
contact with the inside surface of the breaker
foot. When the TOP STRAP is properly loaded,
the sealing mechanism will be in line with the
seal.
2.
Push the tool forward until the seal-stop
contacts the end of the seal.
Pull
back on the TOP STRAP to eliminate additional
slack around the package. You will have to
push on the cylinder cover to make certain that
the jaw tips are in position over the seal.
Note: Before continuing, make sure the TOP STRAP and the seal is still in position, as
described above. Note that the BOTTOM STRAP will be positioned in the channel on the
bottom surface of the breaker foot. This too, is necessary to maintain strap alignment during
tensioning.
3.
While standing to one side of the strap, press
the operating lever all the way down and then
release it.
The air motor will turn the feedwheel and the
feedwheel will tension the strap around the
package until the present tension level has
been reached, at which time the air motor will
stall.
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4.
If strap alignment is unsatisfactory and it
becomes necessary to shut off the tool during
the tensioning portion of the cycle, push down
on the stop lever.
5.
Press down on the operating lever once again.
Air will be routed to the sealing mechanism to
notch the seal/strap, cut-off the TOP STRAP and
raise the feedwheel to allow the tool to be
removed from the completed tie.
Lift the PRHR tool from the tie and closely
inspect the joint to make sure the tool has
properly notched the seal.
JOINT FORMATION
An improperly formed joint, or a joint with an incorrect number of notches, could result in strap
separation. Before moving any package, be certain that the joint is formed as shown in the
illustration. If not, remove the strap and check the tool for worn or broken parts. Repair the tool
before applying another strap. Failure to follow this procedure could result in serious injury or
death. If you have questions regarding proper joint formation, contact your Signode Sales
Representative.
Before making a double reverse notch seal joint, read the sealing tool’s Operation. Parts and
Safety Manual. A properly formed double reverse notch joint will appear as shown in the
illustration. More than one seal may be required for your application. Always uses the correct
number of seals recommended by your Signode Sales Representative.
If the double reverse notch joint does not appear as shown in the
illustration proceed as follows:
1. Review the tool’s operating instructions to be certain that the tool
is being operated properly before applying another strap.
2. Cut the strap off, and apply a new strap and seal.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
#1 SYMPTOM: Inadequate strap tension.
#2 SYMPTOM: Feedwheel milling or slipping.
#3 SYMPTOM: Incomplete sealing & cut off.
#4 SYMPTOM: Strap slipping through seal.
#5 SYMPTOM: Low joint strength.
#6 SYMPTOM: Seal slipping into tool nose.
The following items are the most common
tool symptoms if problems should occur. For
symptoms or remedies not shown, contact
your Signode service representative for
additional information and details. The
following tool symptoms are shown in this
manual:
#1 SYMPTOM: Inadequate strap tension.
CAUSE
REMEDY
1.
Improper strapping being used.
1.
Check that Signode lubricated strap is
used.
2.
Supply air pressure is set incorrectly.
2.
Make sure that the air pressure is set
between 70-90 psig (4.8-6.1 BAR) at
the tool.
3.
Air regulator at tool is set incorrectly.
3.
Adjust tension regulator.
4.
Filter screen clogged.
4.
Check for particles restricting air flow
in the regulator or screen at end of
motor.
5.
Improper amount of oil in the supply
air.
5.
Check lubricator operation and pour
one tablespoon of lubricating oil into
tool inlet.
6.
Worn or broken air hose.
6.
Check for restrictions or deterioration
of supply hose.
7.
Back up roller (44) restricting strap
movement through tool.
7.
Check that the backup roller (44) is
free to rotate.
#2 SYMPTOM: Feedwheel milling or slipping.
CAUSE
REMEDY
1.
Dirty or clogged feedwheel.
1.
Clean feedwheel teeth.
2.
Worn or broken feedwheel.
2.
Check feedwheel (49). Replace if teeth
are broken or blunt. Inspect for proper
rotation orientation.
3.
Improper feedwheel clearance.
3.
Check feedwheel clearance.
4.
Worn feedwheel shaft bearings.
4.
Check feedwheel shaft outer bearing
(50) for extreme elongation. Replace if
necessary.
5.
Restricted movement of energizing
piston.
5.
Check feedwheel energizing piston for
freedom of movement. make sure the
air has been disconnected from the
tool before proceeding.
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#3 SYMPTOM: Sealing and cutoff incomplete.
CAUSE
REMEDY
1.
Improper supply air pressure.
1.
A minimum of 70 psig (4.8 BAR) at the
tool is required to complete the
sealing cut off cycle. The sealer
mechanism may be returned to the
starting position by releasing the stop
lever as explained in the Operating
Instructions.
2.
Incorrect seals being used for tool.
2.
Check that Signode 114P seals are
being used.
3.
Worn or broken sealer jaws
3.
Check jaws (94), side plates (85,96),
notcher (88), and cutter (36) or leading
edge breaker foot (43). They should
be reasonably sharp. Replace as
required.
#4 SYMPTOM: Lower strap slipping through seal.
CAUSE
REMEDY
1.
Incorrect seals being used for tool.
1.
Check that Signode 114P seals are
being used.
2.
Improper supply air pressure.
2.
Decrease tension by adjusting
regulator of air motor.
3.
Strap tail is too short when threading
seal.
3.
Increase length of tail strap under
seal.
#5 SYMPTOM: Low joint strength.
CAUSE
REMEDY
1.
Incorrect seals being used for tool.
1.
Check that Signode 114P seals are
being used.
2.
Worn or broken sealer jaws. Inspect
strap joint for proper formation.
2.
Replace worn or broken jaws,
notchers, side plates or pins.
#6 SYMPTOM: Seal slipping into nose of tool.
CAUSE
REMEDY
•
Incorrect seals being used for tool.
1.
Check that Signode 114P seals are
being used.
•
Incorrect tool tolerances.
2.
Check nose opening between breaker
foot (43) and cutter housing (39).
Opening should be .034" to .044". If
opening exceeds this, check
respective parts and replace if
necessary.
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PARTS LIST
KEY
QTY
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
48
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
73
74
75
76
77
102
103
110
111
112
9
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
7
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
174149
423416
004152
004104
004166
423573
423410
423568
423405
005460
423395
004131
423555
023670
004111
004193
423563
004165
423414
004113
004114
004115
004144
023677
020704
008478
004190
422130
071581
004637
423572
423412
020701
423393
004130
004136
306047
423288
422837
280840
004109
423413
004138
004106
171655
433398
006594
286373
424230
436121
424237
423584
SHCS, M6 x 25
Cylinder cover
Cylinder gasket
Conical compression spring
O ring, 5 3/4 x 6 1/8 x 3/16"
Nylock nut, M10 x 1.25
Sealer piston
SHSS, M8 x 30
Cylinder
Roll pin, 6 x 20
Elbow, regular
Valve latch spring
Valve latch
Shoulder screw
Upper sleeve spacer
Upper sleeve spacer
Valve spring (LC055H-12)
O ring, 3/4 x 1 x 1/8"
Valve sleeve
Lower sleeve spacer
Tensioner valve stem
Inspect all parts daily and replace
Sealer valve stem
them if they are worn or broken.
Lower valve spacer
Failure to do this can affect a
Hansen socket
product’s operation and could result
Hansen socket
in serious personal injury.
Bushing
Street elbow
The conical compression spring (6) is
Hanger
compressed and is under tension. Use
Washer
car when removing the cylinder cover
Locknut, 1/2-12
(4).
Roll pin, 8 x 24
Pivot shaft
O ring, 7/32 x 11/32 x 1/16"
Failure to follow the above could
Stop lever
result in serious personal injury.
Spring
Cover plate
SHSS, M5 x 6
SHCS, M5 x 12
Nylock nut, M8
Roll pin, 3 x 16
Valve handle spring
Roll pin, 3 x 10
Valve arm
Valve arm roller
Nylon washer
Warning sign
O ring, 5/8 x 13/16 x 3/32"
Information sign.
Nameplate (PRHR-34)
Nameplate (PRHR-114)
Washer, 13mm ID x 24mm OD x 2.5mm thick
Belleville spring washer, B-1000-073
113
114
! When ordering parts, please show tool model, part number and description.
! Wearing parts are usually limited to those underlined and should be stocked.
! Standard hardware may be obtained at any local hardware supply.
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* Apply one drop of Loctite #242 or equivalent to cleaned parts. Allow 12 hours to set, if possible.
Do not apply to small screws or close moving parts as the fluid spreads easily.
NOTE: Torque socket head cap screws (Key 1) to 100-120 in-lbs (11.3-13.6 Nm).
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PARTS LIST , Continued
KEY
QTY
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
8
15
35
36
37
39
40
41
42
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
174149
423573
423355
280819
306509
015626
423397
162374
280840
424442
423559
423401
423517
423553
250310
423572
423398
008863
253596
013538
423408
004163
423409
004167
006594
423554
423562
423406
423571
423556
423565
423407
010032
020710
010078
173955
006057
423560
424229
423392
SHCS, M6 x 25
Nylock nut, M10 x 1.25
Air hose assembly
Locknut, M5
Cutter
Cutter spring, Lee #LC-029C-10
Cutter housing
SHCS, M6 x 30
Roll pin, 3 x 16
Seal stop (34)
Seal stop (114)
Breaker foot
Backup roller
Roller pin
Roll pin, 4 x 16
Roll pin, 8 x 24
Feedwheel
Outer bearing
Dowel pin, 6 x 14
O ring, 1 3/8 x 1 9/16 x 3/32"
Position piston
O ring, 1 3/8 x 1 1/2 x 1/16"
Cylinder plug
Retaining ring
O ring, 5/8 x 13/16 x 3/32
Roll pin, 5 x 16
Piston link
Outer link, upper
Dowel pin, 6 x 20
SHCS, M5 x 55
Lever assembly
Outer link, lower
SHCS, M6 x 12
Regulator elbow
Split lock washer, M10
Guard
Washer, #10 SAE
PRHR tension unit
Dowel pin (PRHR-34)
Shim (PRHR-1444 conversion kit)
43
44
45
46
47
49
50
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
60
61
62
63
78
79
80
81
82
100
106
107
108
109
110
! When ordering parts, please show tool model, part number and description.
! Wearing parts are usually limited to those underlined and should be stocked.
! Standard hardware may be obtained at any local hardware supply.
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* Apply one drop of Loctite #242 or equivalent to cleaned parts. Allow 12 hours to set, if possible.
** Install backup roller (Key 44) with the larger end facing out from tool.
*** Install feedwheel (Key 49) in noted rotational direction as shown by arrows.
PART REMOVAL, REPLACEMENT & ADJUSTMENT - FEEDWHEEL
To replace the feedwheel (Key 49), make sure the air supply has been disconnected from the tool
before proceeding.
1.
Remove the lower outer link by removing the two M6 mounting screws, and remove the
feedwheel.
2.
Feedwheel clearance should be checked after replacing any parts associated with the
tensioning system. This clearance should be maintained to prevent the feedwheel from
touching the backup roller. Feedwheel clearance should be adjusted to .001"-.007".
3.
Turn the set screw (Key 4, Page 21) to adjust clearance.
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PARTS LIST , Continued
KEY
QTY
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
51
85
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
4
4
2
1
1
2
1
1
306512
424227
423417
004127
424228
306503
423411
004134
004126
008507
424233
423558
008506
424226
423418
423557
422837
423567
Guard
Rear side plate (PRHR-34)
Rear side plate (PRHR-114)
Spacer
Notcher (PRHR-34)
Notcher (PRHR-114)
Ram
Sealer link
Ram pin
Link pin
Jaw (PRHR-34)
Jaw (PRHR-114)
Jaw pin
Front side plate (PRHR-34)
Front side plate (PRHR-114)
Socket head shoulder screw, Dia 10 x M8 x 60
Nylock nut, M8
Flat head socket cap screw, M8 x 60
86
88
89
90
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
! When ordering parts, please show tool model, part number and description.
! Wearing parts are usually limited to those underlined and should be stocked.
! Standard hardware may be obtained at any local hardware supply.
NOTE:
To convert a standard PRHR-114 (0.031") to use 0.044" gauge strapping the following parts must
be replaced/added. These conversion parts can be ordered together as PRHR-1444 Conversion
Kit, Signode Part No. 424232.
KEY
QTY
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
STATUS
88
1
306996
Notcher
Replace
110
1
423392
Shim
Add
112
1
424236
Nameplate
Replace
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* Apply one drop of Loctite #242 sealant to cleaned parts. Allow 12 hours to set, if possible.
Do not apply to small screws or close moving parts as the fluid spreads easily.
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PARTS LIST, GEAR HOUSING
KEY
QTY
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
1
2
4
5
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
008781
423402
423419
008766
306389
008756
008774
423530
423421
008751
008752
423515
024038
423529
423551
423396
250731
256755
004165
423533
423390
280849
Thrust washer
Ring gear
SHSS, M6 x 25
Idler gear
Idler gear plate assy
Bearing, Fafnir #7203
Key
Worm
Gear housing
Needle bearing, Torrington #M781
Truarc ring ,#500-62
Bearing, Fafnir #B539DD
Bearing, Fafnir #KP10A
Worm Gear
Feedwheel shaft
Bearing support
Truarc ring, N5000-185
O ring, SAE 30
O ring, SAE 210
Thrust washer
Air motor
Hex nut, nylock, M6
! When ordering parts, please show tool model, part number and description.
! Recommended spare parts those underlined and should be stocked.
! Standard hardware may be obtained at any local hardware supply.
NOTES:
1.
Pack the gear housing (11) about 1/3 full with Non-Fluid Oil K#55 or equivalent.
2.
When assembling the worm gear, the side stamped “T” or “BT” must face towards the
back of the housing.
3.
Bearing must be installed with wide shoulder away from worm.
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21
PARTS LIST, SIGNODE AIR MOTOR, PART NO. 423390
KEY
QTY
PART NO
DESCRIPTION
1
9
12
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
024631
423424
423534
161171
024633
024653
024652
423423
024651
024602
023510
423794
023481
023547
423403
423060
423798
023558
423404
423793
306612
423394
Filter assembly
Motor housing assembly
Deflector assembly
Deflector assembly (optional non-metallic)
Ball bearing
Back end plate
Cylinder
Rotor
Vane
Spacer
Align pin
Front end plate
Ball bearing
Ball bearing
Idler carrier assembly
Idler
Ring gear
Seal, Tros B-44-28-2
Spacer
Bevel spring washer
Pin
Gear housing
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
NOTES
1. Align pin (Key 19) and mark on motor housing as indicated.
2. Idler gears and bearings (except Key 13), are to be lubricated with Non-Fluid Oil #K55 or
equivalent. Idler (Key 25) and vanes (Key 17) must soak in air line oil overnight before
assembling air motor.
3. If the rear motor housing (Key 9) becomes loose, it must be retightened while the motor is
running at 20 to 30 psig (1.6 to 2.0 Bar) air pressure. This will ensure proper alignment
and rotor freedom.
4. Bevel spring washers (Key 29) must be assembled back to back with cupped shape
outward )( .
22
23
24
25
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EU Declaration of Conformity
The Supply of Machinery (safety) Regulations
1992 (S.I. 1992/3073)
It is hereby declared that the undermentioned machinery has been designed and
constructed to comply with the health and safety requirements defined in EC Directive
89/392/EEC
Machine Supplier:
Signode, Division of ITW Ltd.
Queensway, Fforestfach
Swansea SA5 4ED
Machine Description:
PRH, PRH2, PRHR Series
Machine Type:
Pneumatic Combination Hand Strapping tool.
Provisions with which machine complies:
89/392/EEC, 91/368/EEC
Harmonized EuroNorms with which machine complies:
EN 292:1, EN 292:2, EN 294, EN 349
Technical Standards with which machine complies:
NA
Signature:
Date: 11 NOV 1994
(Peter Oseland)
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SIGNODE
NEW TOOL WARRANTY
Signode Engineered Products Warrants that a new Signode strapping tool will operate per functional
specifications for a period of sixty (60) days after the date of shipment to the owner's place of business.
Normal wearing parts, as outlined in the Operation, Parts & Safety manual, are covered by a thirty (30)
day warranty unless, in Signode's judgement, these parts have been subjected to abnormal or extreme
usage. Signode's sole liability hereunder will be to repair or replace, without charge, F.O.B. Signode's
Glenview, Illinois plant, any tool which proves to not operate per functional specifications within the
stated period. Signode reserves the right to replace any tool which proves not to operate per functional
specifications with a new or like-new tool of the same model if in Signode's judgement such replacement
is appropriate. Any new replacement tool provided to an owner will carry a full sixty (60) day warranty.
Any warranty repaired tool or like-new replacement tool will carry a warranty for the balance of the time
remaining on the initial sixty (60) day warranty. This warranty will be extended to compensate for the
time the tool is in Signode's possession for warranty repairs.
This warranty is void as to any tool which has been: (I) subjected to mis-use, misapplication, accident,
damage, or repaired with other than genuine Signode replacement parts, (II) improperly maintained, or
adjusted, or damaged in transit or handling; (III) used with improperly filtered, unlubricated air or
improper strapping material, (IV) in Signode's opinion, altered or repaired in a way that affects or
detracts from the performance of the tool.
SIGNODE MAKES NO WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, RELATING TO MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS OR OTHERWISE EXCEPT AS STATED ABOVE AND SIGNODE'S LIABILITY AS ASSUMED ABOVE
IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHERS ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE AND PERFORMANCE
OF THE TOOL. IT IS EXPRESSLY UNDERSTOOD THAT SIGNODE SHALL IN NO EVENT BE LIABLE FOR
ANY INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, DAMAGES WHICH
MAY ARISE FROM LOSS OF ANTICIPATED PROFITS OR PRODUCTION, SPOILAGE OF MATERIALS,
INCREASED COSTS OF OPERATION OR OTHERWISE.
Considerable effort has be made to ensure that this product conforms to our high quality standards.
However, should you experience any difficulties, please contact your Sales Representative providing
samples and the manufacturing code specified on the tool.
Thank you for your help.
SIGNODE ENGINEERED PRODUCTS
Hand Tool Division
3620 W. Lake Avenue, Glenview, Illinois 60025
© Copyright 2002, Signode 437132 Rev. 12/2002
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