Hydro-Pneumatic Power Tool

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Hydro-Pneumatic
Blind Rivet
Rivet Tool
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76003
71,1 16/03X3
ProSet®
ProSet® XT3
XT3Blind
BlindRivet
RivetTool
Tool--76003
76003
Hydro-Pneumatic
Power Tool
Tool
Hydro-Pneumatic Power
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Part
Part Number
Number
76003-15000
76003-15000
Description
Description
Standard
(includes 44 Nose
Nose Pieces)
Pieces)
Standard Nose
Nose Equipment
Equipment (includes
Qty
Qty
1
1
Spares
Spares
Y
Y
Item
Item
26
26
Part
Part Number
Number
07003-00507
07003-00507
Description
Description
0
O Ring
Ring
Qty
Qty
1
1
Spares
Spares
Y
Y
PRN414
PRN414
Nose
Nose Piece
Piece -- 3.2
3.2 mm
mm Rivets
Rivets
1
1
Y
Y
27
27
76003-05104
76003-05104
Collector
Collector Adapter
Adapter Moulding
Moulding
1
1
Y
Y
1
b
1b
PRN514
PRN514
Nose
Nose Piece
Piece -- 4.0
4.0 mm
mm Rivets
Rivets
1
1
Y
Y
28
28
76003-05101
76003-05101
Stem
Stem Deflector
Deflector
1
1
Y
Y
1c
1c
PRN614
PRN614
Nose
Nose Piece
Piece -- 4.8
4.8 mm
mm Rivets
Rivets (Fitted)
(Fitted)
1
1
Y
Y
29
29
76003-05102
76003-05102
Deflector
Retaining Nut
Nut
Deflector Retaining
1
1
Y
Y
1d
1d
PRN811
PRN811
Nose
Nose Piece
Piece -- 6.4
6.4 mm
mm Rivets
Rivets
1
1
Y
Y
30
30
76003-05304
76003-05304
Spring
Spring
1
1
Y
Y
1e
1e
76003-15001
76003-15001
Nose
Nose Casing
Casing
1
1
Y
Y
31
31
76003-05300
76003-05300
MCS
Valve Assembly
Assembly
MCS Valve
1
1
Y
Y
1f
1f
07003-00067
07003-00067
0
O Ring
Ring
1
1
Y
Y
32
32
76003-02014
76003-02014
Gasket
Gasket
1
1
Y
Y
1g
1g
DPN276-001
DPN276-001
Jaw
Jaw Guide
Guide
1
1
Y
Y
33
33
76003-02016
76003-02016
Handle
Handle Assembly
Assembly
1
1
Y
Y
1h
1h
PRG540-44
PRG540-44
1
1 Set
Set
Y
Y
34
34
76003-02025
76003-02025
Gasket
Gasket
1
1
Y
Y
11
1i
DPN276-006
DPN276-006
Jaw
Pusher
Jaw Pusher
1
1
Y
Y
35
35
07005-00088
07005-00088
Trigger
Trigger Valve
Valve
1
1
Y
Y
1j
1j
DPN900-060
DPN900-060
0
O Ring
Ring
1
1
Y
Y
36
36
76003-02024
76003-02024
Trigger
Trigger Pin
Pin
1
1
Y
Y
1k
1k
DPN901-019
DPN901-019
Jaw
Jaw Pusher
Pusher Spring
Spring
1
1
Y
Y
37
37
07003-00042
07003-00042
0
O Ring
Ring
1
1
Y
Y
11
1l
76003-15002
Pulling Head
1
Y
38
71210-03402
Valve Spool
Spool
1
1m
1m
76003-15004
76003-15004
Jaw
Jaw Guide
Guide Lock
Lock
1
1
Y
Y
39
39
07003-00271
07003-00271
0
O Ring
Ring
1
1
1n
DPN901-020
Spring
1
Y
40
71210-03401
Valve Body
Body
1
10
1o
76003-15003
76003-15003
Pulling
Pulling Head
Head Adapter
Adapter
1
1
Y
Y
41
41
07003-00268
07003-00268
0
O Ring
Ring
1
1
Y
Y
1p
1p
07003-00277
07003-00277
0
O Ring
Ring
1
1
Y
Y
42
42
07003-00287
07003-00287
0
O Ring
Ring
1
1
Y
Y
2
76003-02022
Suspension Hook
1
Y
43
07005-01274
1/8" BSP Plug
1
Y
3
3
76003-05200
76003-05200
Stem
Stem Collector
Collector
1
1
Y
Y
44
44
07003-00127
07003-00127
0
O Ring
Ring
1
1
Y
Y
4
07001-00405
M5 Socket
Socket Cap
Cap Head
Head Screw
1
Y
45
74202-02090
POP-AVDEL Label
Label
1
Y
5
07003-00194
M5 Bonded Seal
1
Y
46
76003-02001
Handle Base
1
6
6
76003-02008
76003-02008
Trigger
Trigger
1
1
Y
Y
47
47
07003-00281
07003-00281
0
O Ring
Ring
2
2
Y
Y
7
76003-03700
In-line
In-line On
On /Off
/ Off Valve
Valve
1
48
71210-02009
Valve Seat
1
Y
8
71210-02103
Lodout
Locknut
1
Y
49
76003-02015
Top Plate
1
`
1a
1a ,
Jaws
Jaws
Y
Y
9
07900-09404
Proset
Instruction Manual
Manual (not
(not shown)
shown)
Proset XT3
XT3 & X14
XT4 Instruction
1
Y
50
71210-02014
Clamp Nut
1
Y
10
71210-02104
Seal Housing
1
Y
51
71210-03800
Intensifier Seal Assembly
1
Y
11
07003-00333
Lip Seal
1
Y
52
52
76003-03200
76003-03200
Pneumatic
Assembly-- XT3
Pneumatic Piston
Piston Assembly
XT3
1
1
12
76003-03300
Head AssemblyAssembly - XT3
XT3
1
52a
71210-03205
Guide Ring
1
Y
13
76003-02027
Proset
Proset X73
XT3 Label
2
Y
52b
07003-00509
0
O Ring
Ring
1
Y
14
73200-02022
Safety Label
Label
1
Y
52c
07003-00274
Rod
Rod Seal
1
Y
15
76003-02028
Bearing Ring
1
Y
52d
76003-03206
Spring
2
Y
16
07003-00273
Rod
Rod Seal
1
Y
52e
76003-03204
Exhaust
Exhaust Valve Body
1
Y
17
76003-02019
Seal Retainer
1
Y
52f
TP144-103
Retaining
Retaining Ring
2
Y
18
07003-00504
Piston
Piston Seal
1
Y
52g
76003-03205
Exhaust
Body-- Short
Exhaust Valve
Valve Body
1
Y
19
76003-02120
Piston
Assembly-X73
Piston Assembly
- XT3
1
53
76003-03500
Valve
Rod Assembly
Assembly
Valve Rod
1
20
76003-02026
Bearing Tape
1
Y
54
76003-03600
76003-03600
Air
Assembly
Air Tube Assembly
1
21
22
07003-00505
76003-02030
Lip Seal
Spring
1
1
Y
Y
55
56
07003-00510
76003-02002
0
O Ring
Ring
Air
Air Chamber
1
1
Y
23
24
5
76003-05105
07003-00511
Ejector
Ejector Nozzle
Nozzle - X13
XT3
0
O Ring
Ring
1
2
Y
Y
57
58
76003-02007
07003-00508
Air
Air Chamber
Chamber Sleeve
Sleeve
0
O Ring
Ring
1
1
Y
Y
25
76003-05110
End Cap Assembly
1
Y
59
07003-00530
0
O Ring
Ring
1
Y
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CONTENT
CONTENT
1. SAFETY
SAFETY DEFINITIONS..................................................................................................................................8
1.
DEFINITIONS
8
2.SPECIFICATION............................................................................................................................................9
2. SPECIFICATION
9
2.1. TOOL
TOOL SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS.....................................................................................................................................................................9
2.1.
9
2.2TOOL
TOOLDIMENSION
DIMENSION.........................................................................................................................................................................10
2.2
10
2.3PLACING
PLACINGSPECIFICATION
SPECIFICATION...........................................................................................................................................................11
2.3
11
2.4MAIN
MAINCOMPONENTS
COMPONENTSLIST
LIST............................................................................................................................................................12
2.4
12
2.5STANDARD
STANDARDNOSE
NOSE EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT..................................................................................................................................................12
2.5
12
3.
TOOL SET
SET UP..............................................................................................................................................13
UP
3. TOOL
13
3.1NOSE
NOSEEQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT (Ref.
(Ref. fig.
3.1
fig. 2)....................................................................................................................................................13
2)
13
3.2AIR
AIRSUPPLY
SUPPLY (Ref.
(Ref. fig.
3.2
fig. 3).
3) .................................................................................................................................................................13
13
3.3PRINCIPLE
PRINCIPLEOF
OFOPERATION
OPERATION..........................................................................................................................................................14
14
3.3
4. OPERATION
OPERATION PROCEDURE..........................................................................................................................14
4.
PROCEDURE
14
4.1TOOL
TOOLOPERATION
OPERATION (Ref.
(Ref. fig.
4.1
fig. 1,
1, 4,
4, 5,
5, 6).......................................................................................................................................14
6)
14
4.2EMPTYING
EMPTYINGTHE
THEMANDREL
MANDREL COLLECTOR.
COLLECTOR. (Ref.
4.2
(Ref. fig.
fig. 1).
1) ..........................................................................................................14
14
5. SERVICING
SERVICING THE
THE TOOL................................................................................................................................15
5.
TOOL
15
5.1MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCEFREQUENCY
FREQUENCY......................................................................................................................................................15
5.1
15
5.2NOSE
NOSEEQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT..........................................................................................................................................................................15
5.2
15
5.3DAILY
DAILYSERVICING
SERVICING............................................................................................................................................................................15
5.3
15
5.4WEEKLY
WEEKLYSERVICING
SERVICING........................................................................................................................................................................15
5.4
15
5.5 SERVICE
SERVICEKIT
KIT.......................................................................................................................................................................................16
5.5
16
5.6 PRIMING
PRIMING.............................................................................................................................................................................................16
5.6
16
6. MAINTENANCE.
6.
MAINTENANCE .........................................................................................................................................17
17
6.1 DISMANTLING
DISMANTLINGTHE
THE TOOL
TOOL.............................................................................................................................................................18
6.1
18
7. TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE....................................................................................................................21
7.
GUIDE
21
8.
DATA...........................................................................................................................22
GENERAL SAFETY
SAFETY DATA
22
8. GENERAL
8.1 HYSPIN°
HYSPIN®VG32
VG32OIL
OILSAFETY
SAFETYDATA
DATA............................................................................................................................................22
8.1
22
8.2 MOLY
MOLYLITHIUM
LITHIUMGREASE
GREASE EP
EP 3753
3753SAFETY
SAFETYDATA
DATA...................................................................................................................23
8.2
23
8.3 MOLYKOTE°
MOLYKOTE®55M
55MGREASE
GREASESAFETY
SAFETYDATA
DATA...............................................................................................................................24
8.3
24
8.4 MOLYKOTE°
MOLYKOTE®111
111GREASE
GREASESAFETY
SAFETYDATA
DATA...............................................................................................................................24
8.4
24
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This instruction
manual must
This
instruction manual
must be
be read
read by
by any
anyperson
personinstalling
installingor
oroperating
operatingthis
thistool
tool with
with particular
particular
attention to
to the
the following
followingsafety
safety rules.
rules.
attention
1.
SAFETY DEFINITIONS
1. SAFETY
DEFINITIONS
The definitions
belowdescribe
describethe
thelevel
levelof
ofseverity
severityfor
foreach
each signal
signal word.
word. Please
Please read
The
definitions below
read the
the manual
manual and
and pay
pay
attention to
to these
these symbols.
symbols.
attention
DANGER: Indicates
Indicates an
hazardous situation
avoided, will
DANGER:
an imminently
imminently hazardous
situation which,
which, if
if not
not avoided,
will result
result in
in death
death or
or
serious injury.
serious
injury.
WARNING: Indicates
Indicates aa potentially
hazardous situation
avoided, could
WARNING:
potentially hazardous
situation which,
which, if
if not
not avoided,
could result
result in
in death
death or
or
serious injury.
injury.
A serious
A
CAUTION: Indicates
Indicates aa potentially
hazardous situation
avoided, may
CAUTION:
potentially hazardous
situation which,
which, if
if not
not avoided,
may result
result in
in minor
minor or
or
moderate injury.
moderate
injury.
CAUTION: Used
Used without
the safety
safety alert
CAUTION:
without the
alert symbol
symbol indicates
indicates aa potentially
potentially hazardous
hazardous situation
situation which,
which, ifif
not avoided,
avoided, may
damage.
not
may result
result in
in property
property damage.
Improper operation
operationor
ormaintenance
maintenanceof
ofthis
this product
product could
could result
result in
Improper
in serious
seriousinjury
injuryand
andproperty
property damage.
damage.
Read and
and understand
understand all
all warnings
warnings and
and operating
operatinginstructions
instructions before
beforeusing
using this
this equipment.
equipment. When
When using
using
Read
power tools,
tools, basic
basic safety
to reduce
reduce the
power
safety precautions
precautions must
must always
always be
be followed
followed to
the risk
risk of
of personal
personal injury.
injury.
SAVE ALL
INSTRUCTIONSFOR
FORFUTURE
FUTUREREFERENCE
REFERENCE
SAVE
ALL WARNINGS
WARNINGS AND
AND INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING:
WARNING:
DO NOT
NOT use
the design
design intent
intentofofPlacing
PlacingSTANLEY
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Rivets.
•• DO
use outside
outside the
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Blind Rivets.
Use only
•• Use
only parts,
parts, fasteners,
fasteners, and
and accessories
accessoriesrecommended
recommendedby
bythe
the manufacturer.
manufacturer.
DO NOT
•• DO
NOT modify
modify the
the tool
tool in
in any
any way.
way.Any
Anymodification
modification to
to the
the tool
tool is
is undertaken
undertaken by
by the
the customer
customer and
and will
will
be
and void
void any
any applicable
warranties.
be the
the customer’s
customer's entire
entire responsibility
responsibility and
applicable warranties.
Prior to
of moving
moving parts,
parts, breakage
breakage of
of parts,
parts, and
•• Prior
to use,
use, check
checkfor
formisalignment
misalignment or
or binding
binding of
and any
any other
other
conditionthat
thataffects
affectsthe
thetool's
tool’soperation.
operation.IfIfdamaged,
damaged,have
have the
thetool
toolserviced
servicedbefore
beforeusing.
using. Remove
Remove any
any
condition
adjusting key
key or
or wrench
wrench before
before use.
use.
adjusting
The tool
must be
be maintained
in aa safe
at all
all times
times and
and examined
examined at
at regular
•• The
tool must
maintained in
safe working
working condition
condition at
regular intervals
intervals
for damage
damage and
by trained
trained personnel.
personnel. Any
for
and function
function by
Any dismantling
dismantling procedure
procedure will
will be
be undertaken
undertaken only
only by
by
trained personnel.
personnel. Do
prior reference
reference to
trained
Do not
not dismantle
dismantle this
this tool
tool without
without prior
to the
the maintenance
maintenance instructions.
instructions.
The operating
supplyair
airmust
mustnot
notexceed
exceed77bar
bar(100
(100PSI).
PSI).
•• The
operating supply
Operators and
and others
others in
in work
work area
area must
must wear
wear approved
approvedsafety
safetyglasses
glasses with
side shields.
shields. Always
Always wear
•• Operators
with side
wear
safety glasses
safety
glassesand
andear
earprotection
protectionduring
during operation.
operation.
Dress properly.
or jewellery.
jewellery. Keep
Keep your
•• Dress
properly. Do
Do not
not wear
wear loose
loose clothing
clothing or
your hair,
hair, clothing
clothing and
and gloves
gloves away
away from
from
moving parts.
parts. Loose
Loose clothes,
moving
clothes, jewellery
jewellery or
or long
long hair
hair can
can be
be caught
caught in
in moving
moving parts.
parts.
DO NOT
is directed
towards any
any person(s).
person(s).
•• DO
NOT operate
operate aa tool
tool that
that is
directed towards
DO NOT
the nose
nose casing
casing removed.
•• DO
NOT operate
operate tool
tool with
with the
removed.
Adopt aa firm
or aa stable
•• Adopt
firm footing
footing or
stable position
position before
before operating
operating the
the tool.
tool.
Prior to
use, inspect
•• Prior
to use,
inspect airlines
airlines for
for damage,
damage, all
all connections
connections must
must be
be secure.
secure.Do
Donot
not drop
drop heavy
heavy objects
objects on
on
Hoses. AAsharp
Hoses.
sharpimpact
impact may
may cause
causeinternal
internal damage
damage and
and lead
lead to
to premature
premature hose
hose failure.
failure.
DO NOT
tool by
by the
the hose.
hose. Always
•• DO
NOT lift
lift the
the placing
placing tool
Always use
usethe
the placing
placing tool
tool handle.
handle.
Vent holes
or covered.
covered.
•• Vent
holes must
must not
not become
become blocked
blocked or
Disconnect the
•• Disconnect
the air
air hose
hosefrom
from the
the tool
tool before
before performing
performing any
any maintenance,
maintenance,attempting
attempting to
to adjust,
adjust, fit
fit or
or
remove aa nose
nose assembly.
assembly.
remove
Keep tool
handles dry,
dry, clean,
clean, and
oil and
and grease.
grease.
•• Keep
tool handles
and free
free from
from oil
When carrying
from place
place to
place keep
•• When
carrying the
the tool
tool from
to place
keep hands
handsaway
awayfrom
fromthe
thetrigger
trigger to
to avoid
avoid inadvertent
inadvertent activation.
activation.
Never leave
unattended. Disconnect
Disconnect air
air hose
hose when
is not
in use.
use.
•• Never
leave operating
operating tool
tool unattended.
when tool
tool is
not in
Adequate clearance
clearance is
•• Adequate
is required
required for
for the
the tool
tool operator’s
operator's hands
hands before
before proceeding.
proceeding.
DO NOT
or using
using itit as
as a
a hammer.
•• DO
NOT abuse
abusethe
the tool
tool by
by dropping
dropping or
hammer.
Keep dirt
out of
of the
the hydraulic
hydraulic system
system of
tool as
as this
•• Keep
dirt and
and foreign
foreign matter
matter out
of the
the tool
this will
will cause
cause the
the tool
tool to
to
malfunction.
malfunction.
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••
••
••
••
••
••
Care should
mandrels do
do not
not create
create aa hazard.
hazard.
Care
should be
be taken
taken to
to ensure
ensure that
that spent
spent mandrels
The mandrel
The
mandrel collector
collector must
must be
be emptied
emptied when
when approximately
approximately half
half full.
full.
DO NOT
DO
NOTuse
usethe
thetool
toolwithout
without mandrel
mandrel collector
collector installed.
installed.
DO NOT
DO
NOTlet
letair
airexhaust
exhaustopening
openingon
onthe
themandrel
mandrelcollector
collector face
facein
inthe
thedirection
direction of
of the
the operator
operator or
or other
other
persons.
persons.
Contact with
with hydraulic
hydraulicfluid
fluidshould
shouldbe
beavoided.
avoided.To
To minimise
minimise the
thepossibility
possibilityofofrashes,
rashes, care
care should
Contact
should be
be taken
taken
to wash
wash thoroughly
contact occurs.
occurs.
to
thoroughly ifif contact
Material Safety
Safety Data
Material
Data Sheets
Sheetsfor
forall
allhydraulic
hydraulic oils
oilsand
andlubricants
lubricants is
isavailable
availableon
onrequest
requestfrom
from your
your tool
tool
supplier.
supplier.
STANLEY
STANLEYEngineered
EngineeredFastening
Fasteningpolicy
policyisisone
oneofofcontinuous
continuousproduct
productdevelopment
developmentand
andimprovement
improvement
and we
we reserve
and
reserve the
the right
right to
to change
change the
the specification
specification of
of any
anyproduct
product without
without prior
prior notice.
notice.
2.
SPECIFICATIONS
2. SPECIFICATIONS
The ProSet®
place Stanley
The
ProSet° XT3
XT3are
arehydro-pneumatic
hydro-pneumatic tools
tools designed
designed to
to place
Stanley Engineered
Engineered Fastening
Fastening blind
blind rivets
rivets at
at
high speed
speed
high
The tools
spent mandrels
mandrels
The
tools feature
feature aa vacuum
vacuum system
systemfor
forrivet
rivetretention
retention and
and trouble
trouble free
free collection
collection of
of the
the spent
regardless of
regardless
oftool
tool orientation.
orientation.
When coupled
to the
the relevant
relevant nose
nose equipment
equipmentthe
theProSeeXT3
ProSet®XT3 can
can be
When
coupled to
be used
used to
to place
place blind
blind rivets
rivets in
in the
the range
range
of 04.0mm
∅4.0mmto
to06.4mm.
∅6.4mm.Refer
Refertotothe
thetable
tableon
onpage
page77for
foraa list
list of
of all
all rivets
rivets that
that can
can be
be placed.
placed.
of
The safety
The
safety warnings
warnings on
on pages
pages 44 &
& 55must
must be
be followed
followed at
at all
all times.
times.
2.1 TOOL
TOOL SPECIFICATION
SPECIFICATION
2.1
XT3
XT3
Pull-Force: @5.5
@5.5 bar
Pull-Force:
bar
Air Supply
Supply Pressure:
Pressure: Min.
Min. to
to Max.
Max.
Air
Oil Pressure:
Pressure: Pull
Pull @
@ 5.5
Oil
5.5 bar
bar
Stroke: Minimum
Minimum Piston
Piston Stroke
Stroke
Stroke:
Weight: Incl.
Incl. nose
Weight:
nose equipment
equipment
Weight: without
without nose
nose equipment
Weight:
equipment
Free Air
Air Volume:
@ 5.5
Free
Volume: @
5.5 bar
bar
Cycle Time:
Approximate
Cycle
Time: Approximate
Noise Level:
Uncertainty noise:
noise: kk =
Noise
Level: Uncertainty
= 3db(A)
3db(A)
Vibration Level:Uncertainty
Level:Uncertainty vibration:
vibration: kk == 0.1
0.1 m/s
Vibration
m/s22
17.0
17.0 kN
kN
5.0
5.0 -- 7.0
7.0 bar
bar
290
290 bar
bar
26.0
26.0 mm
mm
2.14
2.14 kg
kg
2.0
2.0 kg
kg
6.3 ltr
6.3
Kr
0.9 seconds
0.9
seconds
<78.4
dB(A)
<78.4 dB(A)
<2.5
<2.5 m/s
m/s22
POP) Avdel°
3822
3822 lbf
lbf
72.5 -- 101.5
72.5
101.5lbf/in
lbf/in22
4206 lbf/in
4206
lbf/in22
1.02
1.02 in.
in.
4.71 lb
4.71
lb
4.41 lb
4.41
lb
384.4
384.4 in
in33
0.9 seconds
0.9
seconds
<78.4
dB(A)
<78.4 dB(A)
<8.2
<8.2 ft/s
ft/s22
99
ENGLISH
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2.2 TOOL
2.2
TOOL DIMENSIONS
DIMENSIONS
Fig. 99
Fig.
334
42
96
124
114
21
21
54
22.40
343
343
152
114
0 114
79
79
Dimensions in
Dimensions
in millimeters
millimeters
10
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2.3
PLACING SPECIFICATION
SPECIFICATION
2.3 PLACING
Rivet
Rivet Type
Type
Rivet
Rivet Diameter
Diameter mm
mm [inches]
[inches]
6,4
6,4
6
7
8
8
6
7
[1/4]
[1/4]
Open End
End
Open
4
4
[5/32]
[5/32]
• .*

Closed End
End
Closed
(a.*

• <4.
**


•
HR
HR
HS
HS
Multi-Grip
Multi-Grip
TL
TL
T-Rivet (Emhart)
T-Rivet
(Emhart)
Self-Plugger
Self-Plugger
Ultra-Grip
& UG
UG (NPR)
(NPR)
Ultra-Grip &
CD
CD
Avex®
Avex®
Stavex®
Stavex®
Avinox®/Avibulb®
Avinoe/Avibulb®
Avinox®XT/Avibulb®XT
AvinoeXT/Avibulb®XT
LSR/Bulbex®
LSR/Bulbex®
T-Lok®
T-Lok®
Avdel® SR
SR
Avdel®
Hemlok®
Hemlok®
Interlok
Interlok
Maxlok®
Maxlok®
Monobolt
Monobolt
Avtainer®
Avtainer®
Avseal® (STD)
(STD)
Avseal®
Avseal® (Low
Avseal®
(Low Press)
Press)
Q
Q Rivet
Rivet
T Rivet
T
Rivet (Avdel)
(Avdel)
Avdelmate®
Avdelmate®
Klamp-Tite
BAPK
Klamp-Tite BAPK
Klamp-Tite
BAPKTR
Klamp-Tite BAPKTR
Avdelok®
Avdelok®
(a.*


•

•
(a.*

• <4.
**


•
(a.*


•
(a.*


•

•
(a.*


•

•
4,3
4,3
4,8
4,8
[3/16]
[3/1 6]
**
• ..


•
9
9
10
10

•

•
•


• (2)
(2)

• (2)
(2)

• (2)
(2)

• (2)
(2)

• (2)
(2)

• (2)
(2)

• (2)
(2)

• (2)
(2)
(2)

• (2)
(1)(3)

• (1)(3)
(1)(3)

• (1)(3)
(1)(3)

• (1)(3)
•


• (2)
(2)
(2)
(2)

• (2)
(2)

• (2)
(2)
(2)
• (2)


• (2)
(2)
(1)(3)

• (1)(3)
(1)(3)

• (1)(3)

• (3)
(3)

• (1)(2)
(1)(2)
(1)(3)

• (1)(3)

• (1)(3)
(1 )(3)
• (2)
(2)
(1)(3)

• (1
)(3)

• (2)
(2)
(2)
• (2)


• (1)(2)
(1)(2)
(1)(2)

• (1)(2)

• (2)
(2)
(2)

• (2)

• (2)
(2)
(2)

• (2)

• (1)(2)
(1)(2)
(1)(2)

• (1)(2)
(1)(3)

• (1
)(3)
(1)(3)

• (1
)(3)
(1)(3)

• (1)(3)
(1)(3)

• (1)(3)
(1)(3)

• (1)(3)

• (3)
(3)
* Use
*
Use PRG540-46
PRG540-46Jaws
Jaws and
and FAN276-064
FAN276-064Jaw
Jaw Pusher
Pusher Assembly.
Assembly.
** Use
**
Use PRG540-46
PRG540-46 jaws.
jaws.
(1)
(1) Non-standard
Non-standard nose
nose piece
piece required
required
(2)
Alternative type
available
(2) Alternative
type nose
nose equipment
equipment available
(3)
(3) Non-standard
Non-standard nose
nose equipment
equipment required.
required.
For
For aafull
fulllist
listofofcompatible
compatiblenose
noseequipment
equipmentfor
foreach
eachrivet
rivettype,
type,together
together with
withassembly
assemblyand
and maintenance
maintenance
instructions,
manual 07900-09414
07900-09414
instructions, please
please refer
refer to
to the
the ProSet®
ProSet° nose
nose equipment
equipment manual
11
11
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2.4
MAIN COMPONENTS
COMPONENTS LIST
LIST
2.4 MAIN
Refer
Refer to
to figure
figure 11 &&22and
andthe
the table
table below.
below.
Item
Item
11
22
3
3
4
4
55
6
6
77
8
8
Part
Part Number
Number
76003-15000
76003-15000
76003-02022
76003-02022
76003-05200
76003-05200
07001-00405
07001-00405
07003-00194
07003-00194
76003-02008
76003-02008
76003-03700
76003-03700
71210-02103
71210-02103
Description
Description
Mandrel
Mandrel collector
collector
Oil
Oil plug
plug
Seal
Seal
Trigger
Trigger
On/Off
On/Off valve
valve
Locknut
Locknut
Qty
Qty
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
Description
Description
Nose
Nose Piece
Piece -- 3.2mm
3.2mm [1/8”]
[1/81
Nose
Nose Piece
Piece -- 4.0
4.0mm
mm [5/32”]
[5/321
Nose
Nose Piece
Piece -- 4.8
4.8 mm
mm [3/16”]
[3/16'1 (Fitted)
(Fitted)
Nose
Nose Piece
Piece -- 6.4
6.4mm
mm [1/4”]
[1/41
Nose
Nose casing
casing
O
ring
0 ring
Jaw guide
Jaw
guide
Jaws
Jaws
Jaw pusher
Jaw
pusher
O
ring
0 ring
Jaw pusher
Jaw
pusher spring
spring
Pulling
Pulling head
head
Jaw guide
lock
Jaw
guide lock
Spring
Spring
Pulling
Pullinghead
head adapter
adapter
O
ring
0 ring
Qty
Qty
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
1 Set
1
Set
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
11
Standard nose
Standard
nose equipment
equipment
Suspension hook
Suspension
hook
2.5
STANDARD NOSE
NOSE EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
2.5 STANDARD
Refer
Refer to
to figure
figure 22and
and the
the table
table below.
below.
Item
Item
1a
1a
11bb
1c
1c
1d
ld
11ee
1f
if
1g
lg
1h
lh
1i
li
1j
1j
1k
lk
1l
11
1m
lm
1n
In
1o
10
11pp
Part
Part Number
Number
PRN414
PRN414
PRN514
PRN514
PRN614
PRN614
PRN811
PRN811
76003-15001
76003-15001
07003-00067
07003-00067
DPN276-001
DPN276-001
PRG540-44
PRG540-44
DPN276-006
DPN276-006
DPN900-060
DPN900-060
DPN901-019
DPN901-019
76003-15002
76003-15002
76003-15004
76003-15004
DPN901-020
DPN901-020
76003-15003
76003-15003
07003-00277
07003-00277
For
pleaserefer
referto
tothe
theProSet°
ProSet®Nose
NoseEquipment
EquipmentManual
Manual07900-09414
07900-09414 or
or visit
visit
For additional
additional nose
nose equipment
equipment please
www.stanleyengineeredfastening.com/resource-center/document-library
www.stanleyengineeredfastening.com/resource-center/document-library
For
ProSet Accessories
For aa full
fulllist
listof
oftool
toolaccessories,
accessories,please
please refer
refer to
to the
the ProSet
Accessories Manual
Manual 07900-09415.
07900-09415.
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3. TOOL
TOOL SET
3.
SET UP
UP
IMPORTANT
THE SAFETY
SAFETY WARNINGS
ONPAGES
PAGE 8&&99CAREFULLY
CAREFULLY BEFORE
BEFORE PUTTING
PUTTING INTO
INTO SERVICE.
SERVICE.
IMPORTANT -- READ
READTHE
WARNINGS ON
IMPORTANT
BEFORE FITTING
FITTING OR
IMPORTANT -- THE
THE AIR
AIRSUPPLY
SUPPLY MUST
MUST BE
BE TURNED
TURNED OFF
OFF OR
OR DISCONNECTED
DISCONNECTED BEFORE
OR
REMOVING
ASSEMBLY.
REMOVING THE
THE NOSE
NOSE ASSEMBLY.
3.1
NOSE EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT (Ref.
3.1 NOSE
(Ref. fig.
fig. 2)
2)
Item
in bold
refer to
componentsin
in figures
figures 11 &
& 22and
11.
Item numbers
numbers in
bold refer
to the
the components
and the
the tables
tables on
on page
page 11.
The complete
tool will
will be
pre-assembledwith
withthe
theNose
NosePiece
Piece for
for 4.8mm
4.8mm [3/16”]
rivets.
The
complete tool
be supplied
supplied pre-assembled
[3/161 rivets.
Three additional
Nose Pieces
Three
additional Nose
Pieces for
for 3.2mm
3.2mm [1/8”],
[1/81, 4.0mm
4.0mm[5/32”]
[5/32'] and
and 6.4mm
6.4mm [1/4”]
[1/41 rivets
rivets are
are supplied
supplied separately.
separately.
Mounting
Mounting the
the nose
nose piece
piece
The air
•• The
air supply
supply must
must be
be disconnected.
disconnected.
Select the
correct nose
nose piece
piece for
for the
rivet to
installed.
•• Select
the correct
the rivet
to be
be installed.
and 0O ring
ring (1f)
(1f)
•• Remove
Remove the
the nose
nose casing
casing (1e),
(1e), including
including nose
nose piece
piece (1a,b,c,
(1a,b,c, or
or d),
d), and
from the
nose casing
casing (1e)
(1e)
•• Remove
Remove the
the nose
nose piece
piece (1a,b,c
(1a,b,c or
or d)
d) from
the nose
Select the
relevant size
size nose
assemble in
in reverse
reverse order.
•• Select
the relevant
nose piece
piece and
and assemble
order.
Removing
Removing complete
complete nose
nose equipment.
equipment.
The air
•• The
air supply
supply must
must be
be disconnected.
disconnected.
or d),
d), and
and 0Oring
ring (1f)
(1f) from
•• Remove
Remove the
the nose
nose casing
casing (1e),
(1e), including
includingthe
the nose
nose piece
piece (1a,b,c
(1a,b,c or
from the
the tool.
tool.
jaw guide
(1g).
•• Pull
Pull back
backthe
the jaw
jawguide
guide lock
lock(1m)
(1m)against
againstthe
the spring
spring (1n)
(1n)and
and then
then remove
remove the
the jaw
guide (1g).
jaws (1h)
•• Remove
Remove the
the jaws
(1h) from
from the
the jaw
jaw guide
guide (1g).
(1g).
(1i),
spring(1
(1k),
pulling head
head(11).
(1l).
•• Remove
Remove jaw
jaw pusher
pusher (1
i),O0 ring
ring (1j),
(1j), and
and Jaw
Jaw pusher
pusher spring
k), from
from the
the pulling
•• Remove
Remove the
the pulling
pulling head
head assembly
assembly (1q)
(1q) from
fromthe
the tool
tool piston
piston using
using spanners
spanners
Mounting
Mounting the
the complete
complete nose
nose equipment
equipment
The air
•• The
air supply
supply must
must be
be disconnected
disconnected
Any worn
•• Any
wornor
ordamaged
damaged part
part should
should be
be replaced.
replaced.
Clean and
check wear
wear on
on jaws
jaws (1h).
(1h).
•• Clean
and check
jaw pusher
(1i) or
•• Ensure
Ensure that
that the
the jaw
pusher (1i)
or the
the jaw
jaw pusher
pusher spring
spring (k)
(k) are
are not
not distorted.
distorted.
•• Lightly
Lightly coat
coat jaws
jaws (1h)
(1h) with
with moly
moly lithium
lithium grease.
grease.
•• Drop
Drop Jaws
Jaws (1h)
(1h) into
into the
the jaw
jaw guide
guide (1g).
(1g).
jaw pusher
(1i)i)and
ring (1j)
(1j) into
pulling head
head(11).
(1l).
•• Insert
Insert jaw
pusher (1
and O
0 ring
into the
the pulling
jaw guide
guide (1g)
(1g) fully
fully on
the pulling
pulling head
head(11).
(1l).
•• Pull
Pull back
back the
the jaw
jaw guide
guide lock
lock (1m)
(1m) and
and screw
screw the
the jaw
on to
to the
jaw guide
(1g) until
jaw guide
lock
•• Release
Release the
the jaw
jaw guide
guide lock
lock (1m)
(1m) and
and then
then partially
partially unscrew
unscrew the
the jaw
guide (1g)
until the
the jaw
guide lock
(1m)
clicks into
jaw guide
(1g).
(1m) tooth
tooth clicks
into the
the next
next slot
slot on
on the
the jaw
guide (1g).
fully onto
•• Place
Place nose
nose casing
casing (1e)
(1e) over
over the
the jaw
jaw guide
guide (1g)
(1g) and
and tighten
tighten fully
onto the
the tool.
tool.
Nose
should be
be serviced
servicedat
atweekly
weeklyintervals.
intervals. You
You should
stock of
of all
all internal
Nose assemblies
assemblies should
should hold
hold some
some stock
internal
components of
of the
the nose
nose assembly
assembly and
and nose
nose tips
tips as
as they
they will
will need
components
need regular
regular replacement.
replacement.
3.2
AIR SUPPLY
SUPPLY (Ref.
3.2 AIR
(Ref. fig.
fig. 3)
3)
Components
Components
A. Stop
Stop cock
cock (used
of filter/regular
filter/regular or
or lubricated
units)
A.
(used during
during maintenance
maintenance of
lubricated units)
B.
andfilter
filter (daily
(daily drain)
B. Pressure
Pressure regulator
regulator and
drain)
C. Main
Main supply
supply drain
drain point
point
C.
D.
Take off
offpoint
point from
from main
main supply
supply
D. Take
••
••
••
13
13
All tools
air at
at aa minimum
minimum pressure
pressure of
of 5.0
5.0 bar.
All
toolsare
areoperated
operated with
with compressed
compressed air
bar.
Pressure
oiling/filtering systems
used on
on the
the main
main air
air supply
supply within
within
Pressure regulators
regulators and
and automatic
automatic oiling/filtering
systems to
to be
be used
3 metres
of the
the tool
tool(see
(seefig.
fig. 3).
3).
3
metres of
Air supply
Air
supply hoses
hoses will
willhave
haveaaminimum
minimum working
working effective
effectivepressure
pressure rating
rating of
of 150%
150%of
ofthe
the maximum
maximum pressure
pressure
produced
in the
the system
system or
or 10
10 bar,
bar, whichever
produced in
whichever is
is the
the highest.
highest.
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••
••
••
••
Air hoses
hoses must
Air
must be
be oil
oil resistant,
resistant, have
havean
anabrasion
abrasionresistant
resistantexterior
exteriorand
andbe
bearmoured
armoured where
where operating
operating
conditions may
may result
result in
in hoses
hoses being
conditions
being damaged.
damaged.
All air
air hoses
All
hoses MUST
MUSThave
haveaaminimum
minimumbore
borediameter
diameter of
of 6.4
6.4 millimetres.
millimetres.
Check for
Check
for air
air leaks.
leaks.IfIfdamaged,
damaged,hoses
hosesand
andcouplings
couplings must
must be
be replaced
replaced by
by new
new items.
items.
If there
there is
is no
pressure regulator,
If
no filter
filter on
on the
the pressure
regulator, bleed
bleed the
the airline
airline to
to clear
clear itit of
of accumulated
accumulated dirt
dirt or
or water
water
before
air hose
before connecting
connecting air
hose to
to the
the tool.
tool.
3.3 PRINCIPLE
PRINCIPLE OF
OF OPERATION
3.3
OPERATION
CAUTION-- CORRECT
CORRECT SUPPLY
SUPPLY PRESSURE
CAUTION
PRESSUREIS
ISIMPORTANT
IMPORTANT FOR
FOR PROPER
PROPERFUNCTION
FUNCTION OF
OF THE
THE INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
TOOL. PERSONAL
PERSONAL INJURY
TO EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENTMAY
MAYOCCUR
OCCUR WITHOUT
WITHOUTCORRECT
CORRECTPRESSURES.
PRESSURES.
TOOL.
INJURY OR
OR DAMAGE
DAMAGE TO
THE SUPPLY
SUPPLY PRESSURE
THAT LISTED
THE
PRESSUREMUST
MUST NOT
NOT EXCEED
EXCEEDTHAT
LISTED IN
IN THE
THE PLACING
PLACING TOOL
TOOL SPECIFICATION
SPECIFICATION
Item numbers
numbers in
in bold
boldrefer
refer to
to the
thecomponents
componentsininfigures
figures11&& 22 and
and the
the tables
tables on
on page
page 11.
11.
Item
When the
hose is
pull and
and return
return cycles
cycles of
are
When
the pneumatic
pneumatic hose
is connected
connected to
to the
the placing
placing tool,
tool, the
the pull
of the
the tool
tool are
controlled by
by depressing
depressing and
controlled
and releasing
releasing the
the trigger
trigger (6)
(6) located
located in
in the
the handle.
handle.
••
••
••
••
••
••
••
Air supply
is disconnected.
Air
supply is
disconnected.
Connect the
the appropriate
appropriate nose
nose equipment
equipmentas
as described
described on
on page
page 10
10 &
& 11.
11.
Connect
Connect the
hose to
valve (7).
Connect
the pneumatic
pneumatic hose
to the
the air
air on/off
on/off valve
(7).
Connect the
pneumatic hose
hose mains
mains air
air supply.
Connect
the pneumatic
supply.
Switch on
valve (7)
to the
the up
Switch
on the
the mains
mains supply
supply to
to the
the tool
tool by
by sliding
sliding the
the air
air on/off
on/off valve
(7) to
up position.
position.
Air is
tool and
and the
the vacuum
vacuum system
system is
Air
is now
now be
be supplied
supplied to
to the
the tool
is in
in operation.
operation.
Pull and
stroke of
to check
check operation.
Observe action
Pull
and release
releasethe
the trigger
trigger (6)
(6) a
a few
few times
times to
to the
the full
full stroke
of the
the tool
tool to
operation. Observe
action
of tool.
tool. Check
Check for
and/or air
air leaks.
leaks.
of
for fluid
fluid and/or
4. OPERATION
OPERATION PROCEDURE
PROCEDURE
4.
4.1 TOOL
TOOL OPERATION
OPERATION (Ref.
(Ref. fig.
1, 4,
4.1
fig. 1,
4, 5,
5, 6)
6)
Installing a
Installing
a blind
blind rivet
rivet
•
•
••
••
••
••
••
Ensure that
Ensure
that the
the mandrel
mandrel collector
collector (3)
(3) is
is fitted.
fitted.
Insert rivet
mandrel into
into the
the nose
nose piece
piece (1a,b,c
The vacuum
the nose
nose
Insert
rivet mandrel
(1a,b,c or
or d).
d). The
vacuum system
system will
will retain
retain the
the rivet
rivet in
in the
piece.
piece.
Position the
Position
the tool.
tool.
Ensure nose
angle (90°)
(90°) to
Ensure
noseequipment
equipment is
is at
at right
right angle
to the
the work
work piece.
piece.
Pull and
the rivet
rivet is
is fully
Pull
and hold
hold trigger
trigger (6)
(6) until
until the
fully set
set in
in the
the application.
application.
When the
rivet has
has been
The tool
When
the rivet
been set
set completely,
completely, release
releasethe
the trigger
trigger (6).
(6). The
tool will
will return
return to
to its
its initial
initial position
position
automatically. The mandrel
by the
vacuum system.
system.
automatically.The
mandrel is
is automatically
automatically dropped
dropped into
into the
the mandrel
mandrel collector
collector (3)
(3) by
the vacuum
Mandrel collector
collector must
must be
be emptied
before itit is
is half
Mandrel
emptied before
half full.
full.
CAUTION -DO
–DONOT
NOTFORCE
FORCETHE
THEINSERTION
INSERTIONOF
OFAARIVET
RIVETMANDREL
MANDRELOR
ORRIVET
RIVETBODY.
BODY. THIS
THIS WILL
WILL CAUSE
CAUSE
CAUTION
DAMAGE TO
TO THE
DAMAGE
THE TOOL
TOOL AND/OR
AND/OR APPLICATION.
APPLICATION.
4.2 EMPTYING
EMPTYINGTHE
THE MANDREL
MANDREL COLLECTOR
COLLECTOR (Ref.
4.2
(Ref. fig.
fig. 1)
1)
CAUTION -- DO
DONOT
NOTUSE
USE THE
THE TOOL
TOOL WHEN
THE MANDREL
MANDREL COLLECTOR
COLLECTOR IS
CAUTION
WHEN THE
IS REMOVED
REMOVED
The tool
quick connect/release
•• The
tool is
is fitted
fitted with
with aa quick
connect/release mandrel
mandrel collector
collector (3).
(3).
A 60°
removes or
•• A
60° rotation
rotation removes
or replaces
replaces the
the mandrel
mandrel collector.
collector.
Removing the
from the
the tool
tool automatically
automaticallyturns
turnsOFF
OFF the
•• Removing
the mandrel
mandrel collector
collector (3)
(3) from
the vacuum
vacuum rivet
rivet retention
retention and
and
mandrel extraction
extraction system.
system.
mandrel
Refitting the
the mandrel
mandrel collector
collectorturns
turnsthe
thevacuum
vacuumsystem
system ON.
ON.
•• Refitting
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5. SERVICING
SERVICING THE
THE TOOL
5.
TOOL
5.1MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE FREQUENCY
FREQUENCY
5.1
Regular
Regular servicing
servicingmust
mustbe
becarried
carriedout
outby
bytrained
trainedpersonnel
personnel and
and aa comprehensive
comprehensive inspection
inspection performed
performed
annually or
or every
every 500,000
500,000 cycles,
cycles, whichever
annually
whichever is
is sooner.
sooner.
A
A
DISCONNECT
AIR SUPPLY
SUPPLY
DISCONNECT AIR
CAUTION
CAUTION -- Never
Never use
use solvents
solvents or
or other
other harsh
harsh chemicals
chemicals for
forcleaning
cleaningthe
the non-metallic
non-metallic parts
parts of
of the
the tool.
tool.
These
the materials
materials used
used in
in these
These chemicals
chemicals may
may weaken
weaken the
these parts.
parts.
5.2
NOSE EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
5.2 NOSE
Nose
need to
tobe
beserviced
servicedatatweekly
weeklyintervals
intervalsor
orevery
every5,000
5,000cycles.
cycles. Hold
Hold some
stock of
of all
all internal
Nose assemblies
assemblies need
some stock
internal
components of
of the
the nose
nose assembly
assembly and
nose pieces,
pieces, they
components
and nose
they need
need regular
regular replacement.
replacement.
air supply
•• Disconnect
Disconnect the
the air
supply
assembly using
described in
in section
section 3.1.
3.1.
•• Remove
Remove the
the complete
complete nose
nose assembly
using the
the procedure
procedure described
•• Inspect
Inspect all
all components.
components. Any
Anyworn
wornor
ordamaged
damaged parts
parts must
must be
be replaced
replaced by
by aa new
new part.
part.
Jaws (1h).
•• Particularly
Particularly check
check wear
wear on
on the
the Jaws
(1h).
Clean all
apply moly
moly lithium
lithium Grease
Grease (07992-00020)
(07992-00020) to
jaws (1h)
jaw guide
•• Clean
all parts
parts and
and apply
to jaws
(1h) and
and taper
taper bore
bore of
ofjaw
guide (1g).
(1g).
Assemble according
fitting instructions
in section
section 3.1.
3.1.
•• Assemble
according to
to fitting
instructions in
5.3
DAILY SERVICING
SERVICING
5.3 DAILY
couplings for
for air
air leaks
leaks and
oil leaks.
tool from
from
•• Before
Before use,
use, check
check the
the tool,
tool, hose
hose and
and couplings
and oil
leaks. IfIfdamaged,
damaged, remove
remove the
the tool
service and
service
and replace
replace affected
affected items
items with
with new
new parts.
parts.
airline to
•• If
If there
there is
is no
no filter
filteron
onthe
the pressure
pressure regulator,
regulator, bleed
bleed the
the airline
to clear
clear itit of
of accumulated
accumulated dirt
dirt or
or water
water
before
connectingthe
theair
airhose
hosetotothe
thetool.
tool.IfIfthere
thereisisaafilter,
filter, drain
drain it.
it.
before connecting
Check that
that itit is
is fitted
•• Check
that the
the nose
nose equipment
equipment (1)
(1) is
is correct
correct for
for the
the rivet
rivet to
to be
be placed
placed and
and that
fitted properly.
properly.
Check that
stroke of
of the
the tool
tool meets
meetsthe
theminimum
minimumspecification
specification(ref.
(ref. 2.1).
2.1).
•• Check
that the
the stroke
The mandrel
tool.
•• The
mandrel collector
collector (3)
(3) must
must fitted
fitted to
to the
the tool.
Check that
air chamber
•• Check
that the
the air
chamber is
is fully
fullytightened
tightened onto
onto the
the tool
tool body.
body.
5.4
WEEKLY SERVICING
5.4 WEEKLY
SERVICING
Check the
and couplings
couplingsfor
for air
air leaks
leaks and
oil leaks.
tool from
from service
•• Check
the tool,
tool, hose
hose and
and oil
leaks. IfIfdamaged,
damaged, remove
remove the
the tool
service
and replace
replace affected
affected items
items with
and
with new
new parts.
parts.
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5.5
SERVICE KIT
KIT
5.5 SERVICE
For
service, Stanley
Fastening offers
offers the
completeService
Service Kit
Kit below.
For an
an easy
easy complete
complete service,
Stanley Engineered
Engineered Fastening
the complete
below.
Item
Item
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
Part
Part Number
Number
07900-00008
07900-00008
07900-00012
07900-00012
07900-00015
07900-00015
07900-00158
07900-00158
07900-00164
07900-00164
07900-00224
07900-00224
07900-00351
07900-00351
07900-00469
07900-00469
07900-00670
07900-00670
07900-00672
07900-00672
07900-00677
07900-00677
Service Kit
Service
Kit76003-99990
76003-99990
Description
Item
Part
Description
Item
Part Number
Number
7/16
12
07900-00685
7/16 xx 1/2
1/2 A/F
A/F Spanner
Spanner
12
07900-00685
9/16 xx 5/8
13
07900-00692
9/16
5/8 A/F
A/F Spanner
Spanner
13
07900-00692
5/8 xx 11/16
A/F Spanner
14
07900-00698
14
5/8
11/16 A/F
Spanner
07900-00698
2mm Pin
Pin Punch
15
07900-00700
2mm
Punch
15
07900-00700
Circlip Pliers
16
07900-00706
Circlip
Pliers
16
07900-00706
4mm Hexagonal
Hexagonal Wrench
Wrench
17
07900-00755
4mm
17
07900-00755
3mm Hexagonal
Hexagonal Wrench
Wrench
18
07900-01085
3mm
18
07900-01085
2.5mm Hexagonal
Hexagonal Wrench
Wrench
19
07900-01086
2.5mm
19
07900-01086
Piston
Bullet
20
07992-00020
Piston Bullet
20
07992-00020
Spanner Assembly
Assembly
21
07992-00075
Spanner
21
07992-00075
Seal Extractor
Seal
Extractor
Description
Description
Insertion
Rod
Insertion Rod
Trigger Valve
Valve Extractor
Trigger
Extractor
Stop Nut
Nut
Stop
Priming
Assembly
Priming Pump
Pump Assembly
Location
Location Spigot
Spigot Assembly
Assembly
Grease
111
Grease -- Molykote
Molykote 111
Guide
Guide Tube
Tube
Piston
Piston Sleeve
Sleeve
Grease
Moly Lithium
Grease -- Moly
Lithium
Grease -- Molykote
Molykote 55M
55M
Grease
5.6
PRIMING
5.6 PRIMING
Priming
prior to
operating. It
It may
Priming isisnecessary
necessaryafter
afterthe
the tool
tool has
has been
been dismantled
dismantled and
and prior
to operating.
may also
also be
be necessary
necessary to
to
restore
full stroke
restore the
the full
stroke after
after considerable
considerable use,
use, ififthe
thestroke
strokehas
hasbeen
beenreduced
reduced and
and fasteners
fasteners are
are not
not now
now being
being
fully placed
fully
placed by
by one
one operation
operation of
of the
the trigger.
trigger.
Oil Details
Oil
Details
The recommended
oilfor
forpriming
primingisisHyspinsVG32
Hyspin® VG32 available
available in
in 0.51
0.5l (part
The
recommended oil
(partnumber
number 07992-00002)
07992-00002) or
or one
one gallon
gallon
containers (part
(part number
number 07992-00006).
07992-00006).
containers
Priming
Kit
Priming Kit
To enable
below you
you will
will need
kit.
To
enable you
you to
to follow
follow the
the priming
priming procedure
procedure below
need to
to obtain
obtain aa priming
priming kit.
Item
Item
11
2
2
3
3
Priming
Priming Kit
Kit07900-00688
07900-00688
Part
Description
Part Number
Number
Description
07900-00351
3mm Hexagonal
Hexagonal Wrench
Wrench
3mm
07900-00351
07900-00700
Priming
Priming Pump
Pump
07900-00700
07900-00224
4mm Hexagonal
Hexagonal Wrench
Wrench
4mm
07900-00224
Priming
Priming Procedure
Procedure
IMPORTANT
DISCONNECTTHE
THE TOOL
TOOL FROM
FROM THE
THE AIR
AT ON/OFF
VALVE
IMPORTANT -- DISCONNECT
AIR SUPPLY
SUPPLY OR
OR SWITCH
SWITCH OFF
OFF AT
ON/OFF VALVE
ASSEMBLY 7.
REMOVE NOSE
ASSEMBLY OR
ASSEMBLY
7. REMOVE
NOSE ASSEMBLY
OR SWIVEL
SWIVELHEAD
HEAD COMPONENTS.
COMPONENTS.
All operations
with clean
in a clean
All
operations must
must be
be carried
carried out
out on
on a clean
a clean bench,
bench, with
clean hands
hands in
a clean area.
area.
Ensure
oil is
Ensure that
that the
the oil
is perfectly
perfectly clean
clean and
and free
free from
from air
air bubbles.
bubbles.
Care MUST
Care
MUSTbe
betaken
takenatatall
alltimes,
times,totoensure
ensurethat
thatno
noforeign
foreignmatter
matterenters
enters the
the tool,
tool, or
or serious
serious damage
damage may
may
result.
result.
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Before priming,
from tool
tool as
as follows.
Before
priming, empty
empty the
the oil
oil from
follows.
••
••
••
••
••
Switch OFF
OFF air
at ON/OFF
ON/OFF Valve
(7.)
Switch
air supply
supply at
Valve Assembly
Assembly (7.)
Remove all
(1.) Refer
Refer to
section 3.
3. 1.
Remove
all nose
nose equipment
equipment (1.)
to section
1.
Remove Bleed
Bleed Screw
and Bonded
Bonded Seal
Seal 5.
5.
Remove
Screw (4)
(4) and
Invert tool
toolover
oversuitable
suitablecontainer,
container,switch
switchON
ONair
airsupply
supplyatatON/OFF
ON/OFF Valve
Valve Assembly
Invert
Assembly (7)
(7) and
and actuate
actuate tool.
tool.
Residual oil
bleed screw
screw orifice.
Residual
oil in
in the
the tools
tools hydraulic
hydraulic system
systemwill
will empty
empty through
through bleed
orifice.
CARE SHALL
CARE
SHALL BE
BE TAKEN
TAKEN TO
TO ENSURE
ENSURETHAT
THATTHE
THEBLEED
BLEEDHOLE
HOLEIS
ISNOT
NOT DIRECTED
DIRECTED TOWARDS
TOWARDS THE
THE OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OR OTHER
OR
OTHER PERSONNEL.
PERSONNEL
••
••
••
Switch air
air supply
supplyOFF
OFF at
at ON/OFF
ON/OFF Valve
Valve (7.)
(7.)
Switch
Screw priming
pump (07900-00700)
(07900-00700) into
bleed screw
screw port,
Seal (5.)
Screw
priming pump
into bleed
port, utilizing
utilizing Seal
(5.)
Actuate Priming
Priming Pump
Pump by
by pressing
pressing down
down and
and releasing
releasing several
several times
resistance is
Actuate
times until
until resistance
is evident
evident and
and the
the
Head Piston
Head
Piston starts
starts to
to move
move rearward.
rearward.
ENSURE PUMP
IS KEPT
‘SQUARE’ TO BLEED
BLEED SCREW
OPERATION TO
TO PREVENT
PREVENT
ENSURE
PUMP IS
KEPT'SQUARE'TO
SCREW PORT
PORT DURING
DURING PRIMING
PRIMING OPERATION
BREAKAGE OF
BREAKAGE
OF BLEED
BLEEDNIPPLE
NIPPLEON
ONPRIMING
PRIMING PUMP.
PUMP.
••
••
••
••
••
••
••
Remove the
surplus oil
Remove
the priming
priming pump,
pump, surplus
oil will
will expel
expel from
from bleed
bleed screw
screw port.
port.
Replace the
Bleed Screw
with Seal
Seal (5.)
Replace
the Bleed
Screw (4)
(4) together
together with
(5.)
Switch ON
ON air
air supply
supply at
at ON/OFF
ON/OFF Valve
Valve (7.)
(7.)
Switch
Check that
head piston
reaches specification.
Check
that the
the stroke
stroke of
of the
the head
piston reaches
specification. IfIf not
not repeat
repeat above
above procedure.
procedure.
Switch OFF
OFF air
Refer to
section 3.
3. 1.
Switch
air supply
supply and
and refit
refit nose
nose equipment.
equipment. Refer
to section
1.
Check that
specification of
Check
that the
the stroke
stroke of
of the
the tool
tool meets
meets the
the minimum
minimum specification
of 26
26 mm.
mm.
To check
face of
of the
the Jaw
Jaw Guide
To
check the
the stroke,
stroke, measure
measurethe
the distance
distance between
between the
the front
front face
Guide (1g)
(1 g) and
and the
the front
front
of the
the Head
Head (12),
BEFORE pressing
is fully
actuated. The
The stroke
of
(12), BEFORE
pressingthe
thetrigger
triggerand
andwhen
whenthe
the trigger
trigger is
fully actuated.
stroke is
is the
the
difference
the two
two measurements.
measurements. IfIf itit does
specification, repeat
difference between
between the
does not
not meet
meet the
the minimum
minimum specification,
repeat the
the
Priming Procedure.
Procedure.
Priming
6. Maintenance
6.
Maintenance
I M P O R TA N T
IMPORTANT
SAFETY
APPEAR ON
PAGE 77 &
SAFETY WARNINGS
WARNINGS APPEAR
ON PAGE
& 8.
8.
THE EMPLOYER
TOOL MAINTENANCE
THE
EMPLOYER IS
IS RESPONSIBLE
RESPONSIBLEFOR
FORENSURING
ENSURINGTHAT
THATTOOL
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
INSTRUCTIONS
ARE GIVEN
ARE
GIVEN TO
TO THE
THE APPROPRIATE
APPROPRIATE PERSONNEL.
PERSONNEL. THE
THE OPERATOR
OPERATORSHOULD
SHOULD NOT
NOT BE
BE INVOLVED
INVOLVED
IN
MAINTENANCEOR
ORREPAIR
REPAIR OF
OF THE
THE TOOL
TRAINED.
IN MAINTENANCE
TOOL UNLESS
UNLESS PROPERLY
PROPERLYTRAINED.
Every 500,000
Every
500,000cycles
cyclesthe
thetool
toolmust
mustbe
becompletely
completely dismantled
dismantled and
and inspected
inspected Components
Components must
must be
be replaced
replaced
where worn
or damaged.
damaged. All
and seals
seals should
where
worn or
All O rings
0 rings and
should be
be replaced
replacedwith
with new
new ones
onesand
andlubricated
lubricated with
with
Molykote 55M
55M grease
grease (07992-00075)
sealing or
111 (07900-00755)
(07900-00755) for
Molykote
(07992-00075) for
for pneumatic
pneumatic sealing
or Molykote
Molykote 111
for hydraulic
hydraulic
sealing.
sealing.
WARNING
A WARNING
The airhose
is attempted
unless specifically
The
airhose must
must be
be disconnected
disconnected before
before any
any servicing
servicing or
or dismantling
dismantling is
attempted unless
specifically
instructed otherwise.
instructed
otherwise.
The dismantling
operation must
must be
be carried
carried out
The
dismantling operation
out in
in clean
clean conditions.
conditions.
Before proceeding
the oil
oil from
from the
the tool
tool as
as follows.
Before
proceeding with
with dismantling,
dismantling, empty
empty the
follows.
Before priming,
from tool
tool as
as follows.
Before
priming, empty
empty the
the oil
oil from
follows.
17
17
POPa Avdel°
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
(Ref.
(Ref. fig.
fig. 1)
1)
Switch OFF
OFF air
at ON/OFF
ON/OFF Valve
Valve (7.)
(7.)
Switch
air supply
supply at
Remove all
(1.) Refer
Refer to
section 3.
3. 1.
Remove
all nose
nose equipment
equipment (1.)
to section
1.
Remove Bleed
Bleed Screw
Screw (4)and
Seal (5.)
Remove
(4)and Seal
(5.)
Invert tool
toolover
oversuitable
suitablecontainer,
container,switch
switchON
ONair
air supply
supplyat
atON/OFF
ON/OFF Valve
Invert
Valve (7)and
(7)and actuate
actuate tool.
tool.
Residual oil
bleed screw
screw orifice.
Residual
oil in
in the
the tools
tools hydraulic
hydraulic system
systemwill
will empty
empty through
through bleed
orifice.
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••
••
••
••
For complete
servicing we
we advise
dismantling of
of sub-assemblies
sub-assemblies in
For
complete tool
tool servicing
advise that
that you
you proceed
proceed with
with dismantling
in the
the order
order
shown below.
shown
below.
Refer to
fig. 7
7&
Refer
to fig.
& 8.
8.
6.1 DISMANTLING
DISMANTLINGTHE
THE TOOL
TOOL
6.1
6. 1. 1
6.
1. 1 NOSE
NOSE EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT
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Unscrew the
the Nose
Nose Casing
Casing (1e),
the Nose
Nose Piece
Piece (1a),
and O Ring
(la), and
0 Ring (1f).
(1f).
Unscrew
(1e), including
including the
Pull back
unscrew the
the Jaw
Jaw Guide
Pull
back the
the Jaw
Jaw Guide
Guide Lock
Lock (1m)
(1m) against
against the
the Spring
Spring (1n)
(1n) and
and then
then unscrew
Guide (1g).
(1g).
Remove the
Jaws (1h)
Jaw Guide
Remove
the Jaws
(1h) from
from the
the Jaw
Guide (1g).
(1g).
At this
this point
point the
theJaws
Jaws (1h)
(1h) can
can be
Moly Lithium
Lithium grease
grease applied
or replaced
replaced
At
be cleaned
cleaned and
and a light
a light coating
coating of
of Moly
applied or
if worn.
if
worn.
Remove Jaw
Jaw Pusher
PullingHead
Head(11).
(1l).
Remove
Pusher (1i),
(11),O Ring
0 Ring (1j),
(1j), and
and Spring
Spring (1k),
(1 k), from
from the
the Pulling
Using spanners,
spanners, loosen
(8)and unscrew
unscrewthe
thePulling
PullingHead
HeadAdapter
Adapter(10),
(1o),Pulling
PullingHead
Head(11),
(1l), Jaw
Jaw Guide
Using
loosen Locknut
Locknut (8)and
Guide
Lock (1m)
Lock
(1m) and
and Spring
Spring (1n)
(1n)from
from the
the tool
tool piston.
piston.
Removal of
Pulling Head
Head (11),
(1l), Jaw
Removal
of the
the Pulling
JawGuide
GuideLock
Lock(1m)
(1m)and
andSpring
Spring(1n)
(1n)from
fromthe
the Pulling
Pulling Head
Head Adapter
Adapter (1o)
(10)
should not
not be
be necessary.
necessary.
should
Reassemble as
Reassemble
as follows:
follows:
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••
••
••
••
••
••
••
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Any worn
or damaged
damaged part
part should
should be
be replaced.
replaced.
Any
worn or
Clean and
check wear
wear on
on Jaws.
Jaws.
Clean
and check
Ensure that
Jaw Pusher
Ensure
that the
the Jaw
Pusher (1i)
(11)ororthe
theSpring
Spring(1k)
(1k)are
arenot
notdistorted.
distorted.
Assemble in
Assemble
in reverse
reverseorder
order to
to the
the removal
removal instructions
instructions above.
above.
Lightly coat
coat Jaws
Jaws (1h)
grease.
Lightly
(1h) with
with Moly
Moly Lithium
Lithium grease.
Drop Jaws
Jaws (1h)
the Jaw
Jaw Guide
Drop
(1h) into
into the
Guide (1g).
(1g).
Insert Jaw
Jaw Pusher
Pusher (1i)
the Pulling
PullingHead
Head(11).
(1l).
Insert
(11)and
andO Ring
0 Ring (1j)
(1j) into
into the
Pull back
back the
the Jaw
Jaw Guide
Guide Lock
Lock (1m)
and screw
screw the
the Jaw
Jaw Guide
Guide (1g)
(1g) fully
fullyon
ontotothe
thePulling
PullingHead
Head(11).
(1l).Release
Release
Pull
(1m) and
the Jaw
Jaw Guide
Jaw Guide
the
Guide Lock
Lock (1m)
(1m) and
andthen
then partially
partially unscrew
unscrew the
the Jaw
Guide (1g)
(1g) until
until the
the Jaw
Jaw Guide
Guide Lock
Lock(1m)
(1m)tooth
tooth
clicks into
next slot
slot on
on the
the Jaw
Jaw Guide
Guide (1g).
clicks
into the
the next
(1g).
Place Nose
Place
Nose Casing
Casing(1e)
(1e)over
overthe
theJaw
JawGuide
Guide(1g)
(1g)and
andscrew
screwfully
fullyonto
onto the
the tool.
tool.
6. 1. 2
HEAD ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY
6.
1. 2 HEAD
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••
Rotated the
Stem Collector
Refer to
to fig.
fig. 3.
3.
Rotated
the Stem
Collector (3)anti-clockwise
(3)anti-clockwise and
and remove
remove from
from the
the Collector
Collector Adapter
Adapter (27).
(27). Refer
Unscrew the
with the
the Deflector
Deflector (28).
Unscrew
the Deflector
Deflector Retaining
Retaining Nut
Nut (29)
(29) together
together with
(28).
Pull off
and O ring
Pull
off the
the Collector
Collector Adapter
Adapter (27)
(27) and
0 ring (59).
(59).
Unscrew the
the End
End Cap
Cap Assembly
together with
and O ring
Care should
as the
Unscrew
Assembly (25)
(25) together
with O ring
0 ring (26)
(26) and
0 ring (58).
(58). Care
should be
be taken
taken as
the
End Cap
End
Cap Assembly
Assemblywill
will be
beunder
under load
load from
from the
the Spring
Spring (22).
(22).
Remove Spring
(22).
Remove
Spring (22).
Unscrew and
the Piston
Piston Assembly
Assembly (19).
Unscrew
and remove
remove Locknut
Locknut (8)from
(8)from the
(19).
Push the
together with
withthe
theEjector
Ejector Nozzle
Nozzle (23)
and O rings
to the
the rear
rear and
Push
the Piston
Piston Assembly
Assembly (19),
(19), together
(23) and
0 rings (24),
(24), to
and out
out
of the
the Head
Head Assembly
taking care
care not
damage the
of
Assembly (12)
(12) taking
not to
to damage
the cylinder
cylinder bore
bore or
or piston
piston shaft.
shaft.
Using circlip
pliers (07900-00164)
(07900-00164) remove
seal retainer
then push
push the
theRod
Rod Seal
Seal (16)
and Bearing
Bearing
Using
circlip pliers
remove the
the seal
retainer (17)
(17) then
(16) and
Tape (15)
to the
the rear
rear and
and out
of the
the Head
Head Assembly
Assembly (12).
Tape
(15) to
out of
(12).
Remove the
Seal Housing
(10) and
and Lip
Lip Seal
Seal (11).
Remove
the Seal
Housing (10)
(11).
POP a Avdel°
18
18
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
••
••
••
••
••
Remove the
the MCS
MCS Valve
and Spring
from the
the rear
rear of
of the
the Head
Head Assembly
Assembly (12).
Remove
Valve Assembly
Assembly (31)
(31) and
Spring (30)
(30) from
(12).
Once removed
ofRod
Rod Seal
Seal (12)
and discard
Once
removed check
check the
the condition
condition of
(12) and
discard if
if damaged.
damaged.
Check the
of Lip
Lip Seal
Seal (18),
Lip Seal
Seal (21)
Bearing Tape
Tape (20)
on the
the Piston
Piston assembly
assembly (19).
Check
the condition
condition of
(18), Lip
(21) and
and Bearing
(20) on
(19).
Remove and
Remove
and discard
discard ifif damaged.
damaged.
Check the
the Ejector
Ejector Nozzle
Nozzle (23).
Remove and
Check
the condition
condition of
of the
the O ring
0 ring (24)
(24) on
on the
(23). Remove
and discard
discard ifif damaged.
damaged.
It should
should not
notbe
benecessary
necessary to
remove the
the Ejector
Ejector Nozzle
Nozzle (23)
from the
the Piston
Piston Assembly
Assembly (19).
(19).
It
to remove
(23) from
Assemble in
Assemble
in reverse
reverseorder
ordernoting
notingthe
thefollowing
following points:
points:
••
••
••
••
••
••
••
••
••
Place Rod
Rod Seal
Seal (16)
the insertion
insertion rod
rod (07900-00685)
(07900-00685) ensuring
Place
(16) onto
onto the
ensuring correct
correct orientation.
orientation.
Locate the
tube (07900-01085)
(07900-01085) into
the rear
rear of
of the
the Head
Head Assembly
Assembly 12
then push
push insertion
insertion rod,
rod, with
with
Locate
the guide
guide tube
into the
12 then
the Rod
Rod Seal
tube to
to install
installthe
theseal
seal in
in the
the Head
Head Assembly.
Assembly.
the
Seal in
in place,
place,through
through the
the guide
guide tube
Pull the
Pull
the insertion
insertion rod
rod out
out followed
followed by
by the
the guide
guide tube.
tube.
The chamfered
edge of
of the
the Seal
Seal Retainer
o’clock position.
The
chamfered edge
Retainer (17)
(17) must
must face
face forward
forward with
with the
the gap
gap in
in the
the two
two o'clock
position.
Ensuring the
lubricate and
and fit
fitLip
Lip Seal
Seal (18),
Lip Seal
Seal (21)
and Bearing
Bearing Tape
Tape (20)
Ensuring
the correct
correct orientation,
orientation, lubricate
(18), Lip
(21) and
(20) onto
onto
the Piston
Piston Assembly
Assembly (19).
the
(19).
Screw the
sleeve (07900-01086)
rear of
Head Assembly
and lubricate
Screw
the piston
piston sleeve
(07900-01086) into
into the
the rear
of the
the Head
Assembly (12)
(12) and
lubricate the
the cylinder
cylinder
bore.
piston bullet
bullet(07900-00670)
(07900-00670) onto
the Piston
Piston Assembly
Assembly (19)
thread. Lubricate
bore. Attach
Attach the
the piston
onto the
(19) thread.
Lubricate the
the piston
piston
bullet
and the
thePiston
Piston Assembly
Assembly shaft
shaft and
and the
the seals.
seals.
bullet and
Push the
with the
the seals
seals through
the piston
pistonsleeve
sleeve and
and into
into the
the rear
rear of
of the
the Head
Head
Push
the Piston
Piston Assembly
Assembly (19)
(19) with
through the
Assembly (12).
The Piston
Piston Assembly
be inserted
inserted into
intothe
theHead
HeadAssembly
Assemblyas
as far
far as
as itit will
go. Remove
Remove
Assembly
(12).The
Assembly should
should be
will go.
the piston
piston bullet
bulletfrom
fromthe
thePiston
PistonAssembly
Assembly and
and remove
remove the
the piston
pistonsleeve
sleeve from
from the
theHead
Head Assembly.
Assembly.
the
Pulling Head
Head Adapter
must be
ontothe
thePiston
Piston Assembly
Assembly (19)
Pulling
Adapter (1o)
(1o) must
be fully
fully tightened
tightened onto
(19) before
before tightening
tightening
Locknut (8)against
(8)against it.
Locknut
it.
Reprime in
on page
page #.
#.
Reprime
in accordance
accordance with
with the
the instructions
instructions on
6. 1. 3AIR
AIRCHAMBER
CHAMBERAND
ANDPNEUMATIC
PNEUMATICPISTON
PISTONASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY
6.1.3
••
••
••
••
••
Clamp the
Head Assembly
of the
the inverted
inverted tool
tool in
in aa vice
soft jaws.
jaws.
Clamp
the Head
Assembly (12)
(12) of
vice with
with soft
Remove the
Air Chamber
Chamber Sleeve
Sleeve (57).
Remove
the Air
(57).
Using a wrench,
O Ring
and remove
remove from
from the
the Handle
Handle Base
Base
Using
a wrench, unscrew
unscrew the
the Air
Air Chamber
Chamber (56)
(56) including
including 0
Ring (55)
(55) and
(46)
and Pneumatic
Pneumatic Piston
Piston Assembly
(46) and
Assembly (52).
(52).
Remove the
Piston Assembly
together with
with Guide
Guide Ring
Ring (52a),
O Ring
Lip Seal
Seal (52c)
Remove
the Pneumatic
Pneumatic Piston
Assembly 52
52 together
(52a), 0
Ring (52b),
(52b), Lip
(52c)
and the
the Exhaust
Exhaust Valves
Valves (52d)
and
(52d) to
to (52g).
(52g).
Engage the
Intensifier Seal
Seal Assembly
and then
then withdraw
withdraw this
this
Engage
the seal
seal extractor
extractor (07900-00677)
(07900-00677) into
into the
the Intensifier
Assembly (51)
(51) and
from the
the Hydraulic
Hydraulic tube
tube of
of the
the Head
Head Assembly
Assembly (12).
from
(12).
Assemble in
Assemble
in reverse
reverseorder
ordernoting
notingthe
thefollowing
following points:
points:
••
••
Seals should
as necessary.
Seals
should be
be checked
checked for
for damage
damage and
and replaced
replaced as
necessary.Lubricated
Lubricatedpneumatic
pneumatic seals
seals with
with
Molykote55M
55Mgrease
grease (07992-00075)
(07992-00075) and
seals with
Molykote111
111 grease
grease (07900-00755).
(07900-00755).
Molykote
and hydraulic
hydraulic seals
with Molykote
Ensure that
the Handle
Handle Base
Base (46)
so that
are no
Ensure
that the
the Air
Air Chamber
Chamber (56)
(56) is
is screwed
screwed fully
fully into
into the
(46) so
that there
there are
no visible
visible
gaps between
gaps
between the
the parts.
parts.
6. 1. 4AIR
AIRVALVE,
VALVE,HANDLE
HANDLEBASE
BASE AND
AND HANDLE
HANDLE ASSEMBLY
ASSEMBLY
6.1.4
••
••
••
••
••
19
19
Remove the
and Pneumatic
Pneumatic Piston
Piston Assembly
as described
Remove
the Air
Air Chamber
Chamber (56)
(56) and
Assembly (52)
(52) as
described above.
above.
Using spanner
spigot assembly
assembly (07900-00706),
(07900-00706), unscrew
and
Using
spanner (07900-00672)
(07900-00672) and
and location
location spigot
unscrew Clamp
Clamp Nut
Nut (50)
(50) and
remove together
withthe
theTop
Top Plate
Plate (49),
Air Tube
and Valve
Valve Rod
remove
together with
(49), Air
Tube Assembly
Assembly (54)
(54) and
Rod Assembly
Assembly (53).
(53).
Remove the
Handle Base
Base (46)
from the
the Handle
Handle Assembly
Assembly (33).
Remove
the Handle
(46) from
(33).
Push the
Valve Seat
Seat (48)
from the
the Handle
Handle Base
Base (46),
with 0O Rings
together with
Rings (47).
(47).
Push
the Valve
(48) from
(46), together
Pull the
Valve Spool
and (41)
form the
the Handle
Handle Assembly
Assembly (33).
Remove O Ring
Pull
the Valve
Spool Assembly
Assembly (37),
(37), (38),
(38), (40)
(40) and
(41) form
(33). Remove
0 Ring
(39)
from the
the Handle
Handle counterbore.
(39) from
counterbore.
POP a Avdel°
EENGLISH
NGLISH
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••
••
••
Remove
from the
Handle Assembly
Assembly (33).
Remove Gasket
Gasket (34)
(34) from
the Handle
(33).
Remove
from the
Hydraulic tube
of the
Head Assembly
Assembly (12).
Remove O Ring
0 Ring (42)
(42) from
the Hydraulic
tube of
the Head
(12).
Separate the
the Handle
Handle Assembly
Assembly (33)
from the
Head Assembly
Assembly (12).
(12).
Separate
(33) from
the Head
Remove
from the
Head Assembly
Assembly (12).
(12).
Remove Gasket
Gasket (32)
(32) from
the Head
Assemble in
following points:
Assemble
in reverse
reverse order
order noting
noting the
the following
points:
••
••
••
Seals and
checked for
for damage
and replaced
replaced as
as necessary.
necessary. Lubricated
Lubricated seals
Seals
and gaskets
gaskets should
should be
be checked
damage and
seals and
and gaskets
gaskets
with Molykote
Molykote 55M
55M grease
(07992-00075).
with
grease (07992-00075).
Apply Loctite
tightento
totorque
torque14.91
14.91Nm
Nm (11ftlb).
(11ftlb).
Apply
Loctite 243
243 to
to Clamp
Clamp Nut
Nut (50)
(50) and
and tighten
Ensure
the Air
Air Chamber
Base (46)
so that
there are
are no
no visible
visible
Ensure that
that the
Chamber (56)
(56) is
is screwed
screwed fully
fully into
into the
the Handle
Handle Base
(46) so
that there
gaps between
parts.
gaps
between the
the parts.
6. 1. 5
TRIGGER
6.1.
5 TRIGGER
••
••
Using
2mm Pin
Pin Punch
Punch (07900-00158)
(07900-00158) drive
drive the
theTrigger
Trigger Pin
Pin (36)
of the
the Handle
Handle Assembly
Assembly (33)
and
Using the
the 2mm
(36) out
out of
(33) and
remove
the Trigger
Trigger Button
remove the
Button (6.)
(6.)
Unscrew
theTrigger
Trigger Valve
Valve (35)
trigger valve
valve extractor
extractor (07900-00692).
(07900-00692).
Unscrew the
(35) using
using the
the trigger
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7.
Guide
7. Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Guide
Symptom
Symptom
Possible
Cause
Possible Cause
Remedy
Remedy
Tool fails
Tool
failsto
tooperate
operate
In
Valve (7
)in ‘OFF’
(7 )in
'OFF'position.
position.
In Line
Line On/Off
On/Off Valve
In
Valve (7
(7 )to
)to ‘ON’
'ON' position.
position.
In Line
Line On/Off
On/Off Valve
Insufficient
Insufficient air
air pressure.
pressure.
Adjust air
Adjust
air pressure
pressure to
to within
within specification.
specification.
99
Damaged
Trigger Valve (35).
(35).
Damaged TriggerValve
Replace.
Replace.
20
20
Air leak.
Air
leak.
Tightenjoints
joints or
or replace
replace components.
lighten
components.
Low
Low air
airpressure.
pressure.
Adjust air
Adjust
air pressure
pressure to
to within
within specification.
specification.
99
Build
Buildup
up of
of debris
debris inside
inside the
the Nose
Nose
Equipment
(1.)
Equipment (1.)
Service and
clean Nose
Nose Assembly
Assembly (1.)
(1.)
Service
and clean
Stem
or not
not fully
fully
Stem Collector
Collector (3
(3)) removed
removed or
attached.
attached.
Check
Collector.
Check Stem
Stem Collector.
Air leak.
Air
leak.
Tightenjoints
joints or
or replace
replace components.
lighten
components.
Low
Low air
airpressure.
pressure.
Adjust air
Adjust
air pressure
pressure to
to within
within specification.
specification.
99
Worn
(1h).
Worn or
or broken
broken Jaws
Jaws (1h).
Fit
Fit new
new Jaws
Jaws (1h).
(1h).
Low
oil.
Low oil
oil level
level or
or air
air in
in oil.
Prime
Prime tool.
tool.
Build
Buildup
up of
of debris
debris inside
inside the
the Nose
Nose
Equipment
(1.)
Equipment (1.)
Service and
clean Nose
Nose Assembly
Assembly (1.)
(1.)
Service
and clean
Stem
removed or
or not
not fully
fully
Stem Collector
Collector 33 removed
attached.
attached.
Check
Collector.
Check Stem
Stem Collector.
Tool does
Tool
does not
not return
return
fully
fully
More
More than
than one
one
operation
of the
operation of
the
trigger needed
trigger
needed to
to
place
rivet
place rivet
Tool will
Tool
willnot
not grip
grip
stem of
of rivet
rivet
stem
Jaws will
Jaws
will not
not release
release
broken
stem of
of rivet
rivet
broken stem
Cannot insert
insert rivet
rivet
Cannot
14
14
13, 15
13,15
14
14
13, 15
13,15
16
16
13, 15
13,15
14
14
Worn
Worn or
or broken
broken Jaws
Jaws (1h).
(1h).
Fit
Fit new
new Jaws
Jaws (1h).
(1h).
13, 15
13,15
Build
Buildup
up of
of debris
debris inside
inside the
the Nose
Nose
Equipment
(1.)
Equipment (1.)
Service and
clean Nose
Nose Assembly
Assembly (1.)
(1.)
Service
and clean
13, 15
13,15
Loose
(1g).
Loose Jaw
Jaw Guide
Guide (1g).
Tighten jaw
jaw guide
against Pulling
Pulling Head
Tighten
guide against
Head
(1l).
(11).
13, 15
13,15
Week
Week or
or broken
broken Spring
Spring (1k).
(1k).
Fit
(1k).
Fit new
new spring
spring (1k).
13, 15
13,15
Incorrect
(1a) -- (1d)
for rivet.
Incorrect Nose
Nose Piece
Piece (1a)
(1d) for
rivet.
Refer
Refer to
to ProSet
ProSet Nose
Nose Equipment
Equipment Manual
Manual
07900-09414.
07900-09414. Select
Select and
and install
install correct
correct
nose
nose piece
piece
Incorrect
(1) for
for rivet.
Incorrect Nose
Nose Equipment
Equipment (1)
rivet.
Refer
Refer to
to ProSet
ProSet Nose
Nose Equipment
Equipment Manual
Manual
07900-09414.
07900-09414. Select
Select and
and install
install correct
correct
nose
nose equipment
equipment
Build
Buildup
up of
of debris
debris inside
inside the
the Nose
Nose
Equipment
(1.)
Equipment (1.)
Service and
clean Nose
Nose Assembly
Assembly (1.)
(1.)
Service
and clean
13, 15
13,
15
Jaw
(1g), Nose
Jaw Guide
Guide (1g),
Nose Piece
Piece (1a)
(la) or
or Nose
Nose
Casing
(1e) not
correctly.
Casing (1e)
not seated
seated correctly.
Correctly
Correctly assemble
assemble affected
affected parts
parts
13, 15
13,
15
Week
Week or
or broken
broken Spring
Spring (1k).
(1k).
Fit
(1k).
Fit new
new spring
spring (1k).
13, 15
13,
15
Excess
in oil.
oil.
Excess hydraulic
hydraulic oil
oil or
or air
air present
present in
Prime
Prime tool.
tool.
Incorrect
(1a) -- (1d)
(1d) for
for rivet.
Incorrect Nose
Nose Piece
Piece (la)
rivet.
Refer
Refer to
to ProSet
ProSet Nose
Nose Equipment
Equipment Manual
Manual
07900-09414.
07900-09414. Select
Select and
and install
install correct
correct
nose
nose piece
piece
Broken
in Nose
Broken rivet
rivet stems
stems jammed
jammed in
Nose
Equipment
(1.)
Equipment (1.)
Refer
Refer to
to ProSet
ProSet Nose
Nose Equipment
Equipment Manual
Manual
07900-09414.
07900-09414.
Check Nose
is correct
for rivet
rivet
Check
Nose Equipment
Equipment is
correct for
Service and
clean Nose
Nose Assembly
Assembly (1.)
(1.)
Service
and clean
21
21
Page
Ref.
Page Ref.
Broken
in Piston
Broken rivet
rivet stems
stems jammed
jammed in
Piston
Assembly (19).
(19).
Assembly
Empty
(3)
Empty Stem
Stem Collector
Collector (3)
Debris
Debris in
in Nose
Nose Piece
Piece (1a).
(la).
Service and
clean Nose
Nose Assembly
Assembly (1.)
(1.)
Service
and clean
POP Avdel°
16
16
13, 15
13,
15
14
14
13, 15
13,
15
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Symptom
Symptom
Possible
Cause
Possible Cause
Remedy
Remedy
Slow cycle
Slow
cycle
Low
Low air
airpressure.
pressure.
Adjust air
Adjust
air pressure
pressure to
to within
within specification.
specification.
Build
Buildup
up of
of debris
debris inside
inside the
the Nose
Nose
Equipment
(1.)
Equipment (1.)
Service and
clean Nose
Nose Assembly
Assembly (1.)
(1.)
Service
and clean
Stem
Collector (3
(3 )removed
)removed or
or not
not fully
fully
Stem Collector
attached.
attached.
Check
Collector.
Check Stem
Stem Collector.
Low
Low air
airpressure.
pressure.
Adjust air
Adjust
air pressure
pressure to
to within
within specification.
specification.
99
Fastener
tool capability.
capability.
Fastener outside
outside tool
Refer
Placing Tool
Tool Rivet
& Nose
Refer to
to Placing
Rivet Range
Range &
Nose
Equipment
Equipment table.
table.
11
11
Incorrect
(1) for
for rivet.
Incorrect Nose
Nose Equipment
Equipment (1)
rivet.
Refer
Refer to
to ProSet
ProSet Nose
Nose Equipment
Equipment Manual
Manual
07900-09414.
07900-09414. Select
Select and
and install
install correct
correct
nose
nose equipment
equipment
Rivet
Rivetstem
stem does
does not
not
break
break
Low
Low vacuum
vacuum
Page Ref.
Ref.
Page
99
13, 15
13,15
14
14
Low
oil.
Low oil
oil level
level or
or air
air in
in oil.
Prime
Prime tool.
tool.
16
16
Stem
Collector (3
(3 )removed
)removed or
or not
not fully
fully
Stem Collector
attached.
attached.
Check
Collector.
Check Stem
Stem Collector.
14
14
Stem
Collector (3
(3 )full
)full of
Stem Collector
of stems.
stems.
Empty
(3)
Empty Stem
Stem Collector
Collector (3)
14
14
Low
Low air
airpressure.
pressure.
Adjust air
Adjust
air pressure
pressure to
to within
within specification.
specification.
99
Item
in bold
bold refer
refer to
assembly drawings
drawings and
and parts
parts lists
lists on
on pages
pages2,
2, 4,
4, 5
6.
Item numbers
numbers in
to assembly
5 and
and 6.
Other symptoms
symptoms or
or failures
failures should
to your
your local
local authorised
or repair
Other
should be
be reported
reported to
authorised distributor
distributor or
repair centre.
centre.
8. General
General Safety
Data
8.
Safety Data
8.1
HYSPIN® VG32
VG32OIL
OIL SAFETY
SAFETY DATA
DATA
8.1 HYSPIN*
8. 1. 1
First Aid
Aid
8.1.1 First
SKIN:
SKIN:
Unlikely
Unlikelyto
tocause
causeharm
harmto
tothe
the skin
skinon
onbrief
briefor
oroccasional
occasionalcontact
contactbut
butprolonged
prolonged or
or exposure
exposure may
may lead
lead to
to
dermatitis.
dermatitis.
Wash skin
practicable. Remove
Remove heavily
Wash
skinthoroughly
thoroughly with
with soap
soap and
and water
water as
as soon
soon as
as reasonably
reasonably practicable.
heavily contaminated
contaminated
clothing and
and wash
wash underlying
underlying skin.
skin.
clothing
Launder
clothing.
Launder contaminated
contaminated clothing.
ORAL:
ORAL:
Unlikely
Unlikelyto
tocause
causeharm
harm ififaccidentally
accidentallyswallowed
swallowedininsmall
smalldoses,
doses,though
thoughlarger
largerquantities
quantities may
may cause
cause nausea
nausea
and diarrhea.
diarrhea.
and
If
occurs, wash
with water.
Ifcontamination
contamination of
of the
the mouth
mouth occurs,
wash out
out thoroughly
thoroughly with
water.
Except
ingestion of
of large
large amounts
amountsof
ofproduct
productisisunlikely.
unlikely. If
If itit should
Except as
as a deliberate
a deliberate act,
act, the
the ingestion
should occur,
occur, do
do not
not
induce
vomiting; obtain
medical advice.
advice.
induce vomiting;
obtain medical
Take person
Take
person to
to nearest
nearest medical
medical centre.
centre.
EYES:
EYES:
Unlikely
if accidental
occurs.
Unlikelyto
tocause
causemore
morethan
than transient
transient stinging
stinging or
or redness
redness if
accidental eye
eye contact
contact occurs.
Wash eyes
of water,
medical advice
Wash
eyes thoroughly
thoroughly with
with copious
copious quantities
quantities of
water, ensuring
ensuring eyelids
eyelids are
are held
held open.
open. Obtain
Obtain medical
advice
ifif any
any pain
pain or
or redness
redness develops
develops or
or persists.
persists.
8. 1. 2
8. 1. 2 Disposal:
Disposal:
Remove
material. Ventilate
in
Remove all
all spills
spillswith
withinert
inertabsorbent
absorbent material.
Ventilate spill
spillarea.
area.Place
Placecontaminated
contaminated materials
materials in
container and
and dispose
dispose in
in aa manner
consistent with
with local
local regulations.
aa disposable
disposable container
manner consistent
regulations.
POP Avdel°
22
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8. 1. 3
8. 1. 3 Protecting
Protecting the
the Environment:
Environment:
Separate
This product
not be
be disposed
disposed of
normal waste.
waste. Should
Separate collection.
collection.This
product must
must not
of with
with normal
Should you
you find
find one
one day
day that
that
your product
product needs
needs replacement,
replacement, or
or if
is of
use to
regular waste.
waste.
your
if it
it is
of no
no further
further use
to you,
you, do
do not
not dispose
dispose of
of it
it with
with regular
Make this
available for
for separate
separate collection.
Make
this product
product available
collection. Separate
Separate collection
collection of
of used
used products
products and
and packaging
packaging allows
allows
materials
materials to
to be
be recycled
recycled and
and used
used again.
again.Re-use
Re-useofofrecycled
recycledmaterials
materialshelps
helpsprevent
preventenvironmental
environmentalpollution
pollution
and
and reduces
reduces the
the demand
demand for
for raw
raw materials.
materials. Local
Localregulations
regulations may
may provide
provide for
for separate
separate collection
collection of
of electrical
electrical
products,
at municipal
municipal waste
waste sites
sites or
or by
by the
the retailer
retailer when
when you
youpurchase
purchase aa new
product.You
You can
can check
products, at
new product.
check the
the
location
of your
yournearest
nearest authorized
authorizedrepair
repairagent
agentby
bycontacting
contactingyour
yourlocal
localSTANLEY
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Engineered Fastening
Fastening
location of
office
address indicated
office at
at the
the address
indicated in
in this
this manual.
manual. Alternatively,
Alternatively, a list
a list of
of authorized
authorized repair
repair agents
agents and
and full
full details
details of
of
our
after-sales service
our after-sales
service and
and contacts
contacts are
areavailable
availableon
on the
the Internet
Internet at:
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8. 1. 4
8. 1. 4 Fire:
Fire:
FLASH POINT:
FLASH
POINT: 200°C.
200°C.
Extinguish with
dry, chemical,
chemical, foam
Extinguish
with dry,
foam or
or carbon
carbon dioxide.
dioxide. Do
Do not
not enter
enter confined
confined space
spacewithout
without self-contained
self-contained
breathing
apparatus.
breathing apparatus.
8. 1. 5
8. 1. 5 Handling:
Handling:
Use barrier
Use
barrier cream
cream or
or oil
oil resistant
resistant gloves.
gloves.
8. 1. 6
8. 1. 6 Storage:
Storage:
Undercover and
Undercover
and consistent
consistent with
with local
local regulations
regulations for
for inflammable
inflammable material.
material.
8.2
MOLY LITHIUM
LITHIUMGREASE
GREASE EP
EP 3753
SAFETY DATA
DATA
8.2 MOLY
3753 SAFETY
8. 2. 1
8. 2. 1 First
First Aid
Aid
SKIN:
SKIN:
As the
skin cleaner.
cleaner.
As
the grease
greaseisiscompletely
completely water
water resistant
resistant itit is
isbest
bestremoved
removed with
with an
an approved
approved emulsifying
emulsifying skin
ORAL:
ORAL:
Ensure the
drinks 30m1
30ml Milk
Ensure
the individual
individual drinks
Milk of
of Magnesia,
Magnesia, preferably
preferably in
in a cup
a cup of
of milk.
milk.
EYES:
EYES:
Irritant but
but not
notharmful.
harmful. Irrigate
Irrigate with
withwater
water and
and seek
seek medical
Irritant
medical attention.
attention.
8. 2. 2
8. 2. 2 Protecting
Protecting the
the Environment:
Environment:
Scrape
site.
Scrape up
up for
for incineration
incineration or
or disposal
disposal on
on approved
approved site.
8. 2. 3
8. 2. 3 Fire:
Fire:
FLASH POINT:
FLASH
POINT:Above
Above 220°C.
220°C.
Not
classified as
Not classified
as flammable.
flammable.
Suitable
media: CO2,
CO2, Halon
Suitable extinguishing
extinguishing media:
Halon or
or water
water spray
spray ifif applied
applied by
by an
an experienced
experienced operator.
operator.
8. 2. 4
8. 2. 4 Handling:
Handling:
Use barrier
Use
barrier cream
cream or
or oil
oil resistant
resistant gloves.
gloves.
8. 2. 5
8. 2. 5 Storage:
Storage:
Away from
Away
from heat
heat and
and oxidizing
oxidizing agent.
agent.
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8.3
MOLYKOTE® 55M
55MGREASE
GREASE SAFETY
SAFETY DATA
DATA
8.3 MOLYKOTE°
8. 3. 1
8. 3. 1 First
First Aid:
Aid:
SKIN:
SKIN:
Flush with
water. Wipe
Flush
with water.
Wipe off.
off.
INGESTION:
INGESTION:
No
No first
first aid
aid should
should be
be needed.
needed.
EYES:
EYES:
Flush with
Flush
with water.
water.
8. 3. 2
8. 3. 2 Protecting
Protecting the
the Environment:
Environment:
Do not
allow large
large quantities
quantities to
to enter
enterdrains
drains or
or surface
surface waters.
waters.
Do
not allow
Methods for
for cleaning
cleaning up:
up: Scrape
The spilled
Methods
Scrapeup
upand
andplace
placeininsuitable
suitablecontainer
containerfitted
fittedwith
with a lid.
a lid.The
spilled product
product
produces
surface.
produces an
an extremely
extremely slippery
slippery surface.
Harmful to
to aquatic
aquatic organisms
organisms and
and may
may cause
cause long-term
adverse effects
However,
Harmful
long-term adverse
effects in
in the
the aquatic
aquatic environment.
environment. However,
due
is negligible.
due to
to the
the physical
physical form
form and
and water
water --insolubility
insolubility of
of the
the product
product the
the bioavailability
bioavailability is
negligible.
8. 3. 3
8. 3. 3 Fire:
Fire:
FLASH POINT:
FLASH
POINT:Above
Above 101.1°C.
101.1°C.(closed
(closed cup)
cup)
Explosive Properties:
Explosive
Properties: No
No
Suitable Extinguishing
Extinguishing Media:
Media: Carbon
Carbon Dioxide
Dioxide Foam,
Foam, Dry
Dry Powder
Powder or
water spray.
spray.
Suitable
or fine
fine water
Water can
Water
can be
be used
used to
to cool
cool fire
fire exposed
exposed containers.
containers.
8. 3. 4
8. 3. 4 Handling:
Handling:
General ventilation
is recommended.
Avoid skin
skin and
General
ventilation is
recommended. Avoid
and eye
eye contact.
contact.
8. 3. 5
8. 3. 5 Storage:
Storage:
Do not
store with
with oxidizing
oxidizingagents.
agents. Keep
Keep container
closed and
Do
not store
container closed
and store
store away
away from
from water
water or
or moisture.
moisture.
8.4
MOLYKOTE® 111
111GREASE
GREASE SAFETY
SAFETY DATA
DATA
8.4 MOLYKOTE°
8. 4. 1
8. 4. 1 First
First Aid
Aid
SKIN:
SKIN:
No
No first
first aid
aid should
should be
be needed.
needed.
ORAL:
ORAL:
No
No first
first aid
aid should
should be
be needed.
needed.
EYES:
EYES:
No
No first
first aid
aid should
should be
be needed.
needed.
8. 4. 2
8. 4. 2 Environment
Environment
No
No adverse
adverse effects
effects are
are predicted.
predicted.
8. 4. 3
8. 4. 3 Fire
Fire
FLASH POINT:
FLASH
POINT:Above
Above 101.1°C.
101.1°C.(closed
(closed cup)
cup)
Explosive Properties:
Explosive
Properties: No
No
Suitable Extinguishing
Extinguishing Media:
Media: Carbon
Carbon Dioxide
Dioxide Foam,
Foam, Dry
Dry Powder
Powder or
water spray.
spray.
Suitable
or fine
fine water
Water can
Water
can be
be used
used to
to cool
cool fire
fire exposed
exposed containers.
containers.
8. 4. 4
8. 4. 4 Handling
Handling
General ventilation
is recommended.
General
ventilation is
recommended. Avoid
Avoid eye
eye contact.
contact.
8. 4. 5
8. 4. 5 Storage
Storage
Do not
store with
with oxidizing
oxidizingagents.
agents. Keep
Keep container
closed and
Do
not store
container closed
and store
store away
away from
from water
water or
or moisture.
moisture.
C.O.S.H.H. data
C.O.S.H.H.
datafor
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hydraulicoils
oilsand
andlubricants
lubricantsisisavailable
availableon
onrequest
requestfrom
fromyour
your tool
tool supplier.
supplier.
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Inc.
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Avinox®,Avseals,
Avseal®, Avtainer®,
Avdels,
Avee, Avibulb®, Avinoe,
Avtainers, Avdelmate®,
Avdelmates, Avdelok®,
Avdeloks,Bulbex®,
Bulbee, Hemlok®,
Hemloks, Interlock®,
Interlock',
Klamp-Tite®,
Klamp-Tites,Maxlok®,Monobolt®,
Maxloks,Monobolts,POP®,
POI", ProSet®,
ProSets,Stavex®
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and T-Lok®
T-Loksare
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trademarks
of Stanley
Stanley Black
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of
Decker, Inc.
Inc.and
and its
its affiliates.
affiliates.
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logos of
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of their
their respective
respective owners.
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and logos
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other companies
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mentioned herein
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