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STANLEY
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VP®
Avdel®
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Contents
Contents
1
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
4
2
SPECIFICATION
6
6
2.1
2.1
Intent of
of Use
Intent
Use
6
6
2.2
The
The Package
Package Contains
Contains
6
6
2.3
Placing Tool
Placing
Tool Specification
Specification
7
7
2.4
Placing Tool Dimensions
7
7
2.5
2.5
Component
Component List
List
8
8
3
3
PUTTING INTO
INTO SERVICE
SERVICE
PUTTING
11
11
3.1
3.1
Principle of Operation
11
3.2
3.2
Preparation for
Preparation
for Use
Use
12
12
4
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
13
13
4.1
4.1
To
To Install
Install an
an Avbolt®
Avbolt® Fastener
Fastener
13
13
4.2
4.2
To
To Install
Install an
an Avdelok®
Avdelok® Fastener
Fastener
13
13
4.3
4.3
To
To Install
Install a
a NeoBolt®
NeoBolt® Fastener
Fastener
14
14
5
5
SERVICING THE TOOL
15
15
5.1
Daily Servicing
15
15
5.2
5.2
Weekly Servicing
15
15
5.3
Annual Servicing / Every 250k Operations
15
15
5.4
5.4
Service Kit
Service
Kit
15
15
5.5
5.5
Servicing Tools
Servicing
Tools
16
16
5.6
5.6
Hydraulic Pump
Hydraulic
Pump Oil
Oil
16
16
5.7
Dismantling Instructions
Dismantling
Instructions
16
16
6
6
SAFETY DATA
20
20
6.1
Enerpac® HF
Safety Data
Data
Enerpac®
HF Hydraulic
Hydraulic Oil
Oil -- Safety
20
20
6.2
6.2
MolyLithium
MolyLithium Grease
Grease EP
EP 3753
3753 -- Safety
Safety Data
Data
20
20
6.3
6.3
Molykote®
Safety Data
Data
Molykote® 111
111 Grease
Grease -- Safety
20
20
7
7
FAULT DIAGNOSIS
DIAGNOSIS
FAULT
21
21
8
8
NOTES
23
9
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
24
10
PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT!
25
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1
SafetyInstructions
Instructions
1 Safety
This service
service manual
be read
read with
with particular
particular attention
attention to
to the
the following
following safety
safety rules,
rules, by
any person
This
manual must
must be
by any
person
installing
installing or
or operating
operating this
this tool.
tool.
The
The definitions
definitions below
below describe
describe the
the level
level of
of severity
severity for
for each
each signal
signal word.
word. Please
Please read
read the
the manual
manual and
and pay
pay
attention to
these symbols.
symbols.
attention
to these
DANGER:
Indicates an
an imminently
imminently hazardous
hazardous situation
situation which,
which, ifif not
not avoided,
avoided, will
will result
result in
in death
death or
or serious
serious
DANGER: Indicates
injury.
injury.
WARNING: Indicates
Indicates a
a potentially
potentially hazardous
hazardous situation
situation which,
which, ifif not
not avoided,
avoided, could
could result
result in
in death
death or
or serious
serious
WARNING:
injury.
injury.
CAUTION: Indicates
Indicates a
a potentially
potentially hazardous
hazardous situation
situation which,
which, ifif not
not avoided,
avoided, may
may result
result in
in minor
minor or
or moderate
moderate
CAUTION:
injury.
CAUTION: Used
Used without
without the
the safety
safety alert
alert symbol
symbol indicates
indicates a
a potentially
potentially hazardous
hazardous situation
situation which,
which, ifif not
not avoided,
avoided,
CAUTION:
may result
result in
in property
property damage.
damage.
may
Improper operation
could result
result in
in serious
and property
Improper
operation or
or maintenance
maintenance of
of this
this product
product could
serious injury
injury and
property damage.
damage.
Read
and operating
Read and
and understand
understand all
all warnings
warnings and
operating instructions
instructions before
before using
using this
this equipment.
equipment. When
When using
using
power
tools, basic
always be
be followed
followed to
to reduce
reduce the
risk of
of personal
personal injury.
power tools,
basic safety
safety precautions
precautions must
must always
the risk
injury.
Save
Save these
these Instructions.
Instructions.
WARNING:
WARNING:
1. Do
Do not
use outside
outside the
1.
not use
the design
design intent.
intent.
2.
only parts,
2. Use
Use only
parts, fasteners,
fasteners, and
and accessories
accessories recommended
recommended by
by the
the manufacturer.
manufacturer.
3.
Do not
3. Do
not modify
modify the
the tool
tool in
in any
any way.
way. Any
Any modification
modification undertaken
undertaken by
by the
the customer
customer to
to the
the tool,
tool, nose
nose
assemblies, accessories
entire responsibility.
responsibility.
assemblies,
accessories or
or any
any equipment
equipment supplied
supplied shall
shall be
be the
the customer’s
customer's entire
4. The
4.
The tool
tool must
must be
be maintained
maintained in
in a
a safe
safe working
working condition
condition at
at all
all times
times and
and examined
examined at
at regular
regular intervals
intervals for
for
damage
damage and
and function
function by
by trained
trained competent
competent personnel.
personnel. Any
Any dismantling
dismantling procedure
procedure will
will be
be undertaken
undertaken only
only by
by
trained personnel.
Do not
not dismantle
dismantle this
this tool
tool without
without prior
reference to
to the
the maintenance
maintenance instructions.
instructions.
trained
personnel. Do
prior reference
5.
tool must
be explained
explained by
by the
the customer
customer to
to all
all operators.
operators.
5. The
The precautions
precautions to
to be
be observed
observed when
when using
using this
this tool
must be
6. Always
Always fully
fully disconnect
disconnect the
the tool
tool from
from the
the hydraulic
hydraulic pump
pump unit
unit before
attempting to
to adjust,
adjust, remove
6.
before attempting
remove or
or fit
fit the
the
nose assembly.
assembly.
nose
7. Do
Do not
directed towards
7.
not operate
operate a
a tool
tool that
that is
is directed
towards any
any person(s)
person(s) or
or the
the operator.
operator.
8. Always
Always adopt
adopt a
a firm
firm footing
footing or
or a
a stable
stable position
position before
before operating
operating the
the tool.
tool.
8.
9. The operating pressure shall not exceed 550bar (8,000 PSI).
9.
10. Operators
10.
Operators and
and others
others in
in work
work area
area must
must wear
wear approved
approved safety
safety glasses
glasses with
with side
side shields.
shields. Always
Always wear
wear safety
safety
glasses
during operation.
operation.
glasses and
and ear
ear protection
protection during
11. Take
11.
Take care
care to
to avoid
avoid entanglement
entanglement of
of loose
loose clothes,
clothes, ties,
ties, long
long hair,
hair, cleaning
cleaning rags
rags etc.
etc. in
in the
the moving
moving parts
parts of
of
the tool
which should
should be
be kept
dry and
and clean
clean for
for best
best possible
possible grip.
grip.
the
tool which
kept dry
12. Do
Do not
with a
12.
not operate
operate the
the tool
tool ifif itit is
is not
not fitted
fitted with
a complete
complete nose
nose assembly.
assembly.
13. Care
are not
not allowed
allowed to
13.
Care shall
shall be
be taken
taken to
to ensure
ensure that
that spent
spent stems
stems are
to create
create a
a hazard.
hazard.
14. The
14.
The flexible
flexible pintail
pintail deflector
deflector must
must always
always be
be attached
attached to
to the
the tool
tool and
and in
in good
good condition.
condition. The
The deflector
deflector must
must
be
in a
hazard.
be aimed
aimed away
away from
from the
the user
user and
and in
a safe
safe direction
direction away
away from
from hazard.
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15. When
When carrying
carrying the
the tool
tool from
place to
to place
15.
from place
place keep
keep hands
hands away
away from
from the
the trigger/lever
trigger/lever to
to avoid
avoid inadvertent
inadvertent start
start
up.
up.
16. Keep
oil and
16.
Keep tool
tool handles
handles dry,
dry, clean
clean and
and free
free from
from oil
and grease.
grease.
17. Do
Do not
less than
700bar (10,000
working pressure.
pressure.
17.
not fit
fit flexible
flexible hoses
hoses rated
rated at
at less
than 700bar
(10,000 PSI)
PSI) working
18. Avoid
Avoid damaging
damaging hydraulic
hydraulic hoses.
hoses. Avoid
Avoid sharp
when routing
18.
sharp bends
bends and
and kinks
kinks when
routing hydraulic
hydraulic hoses.
hoses. Using
Using a
a bent
bent
or kinked
Sharp bends
bends and
will internally
or
kinked hose
hose will
will cause
cause severe
severe back-pressure.
back-pressure. Sharp
and kinks
kinks will
internally damage
damage the
the hose
hose
leading to
premature hose
hose failure.
leading
to premature
failure.
19. Do
Do not
objects on
may cause
internal damage
to hose
hose wire
wire strands
19.
not drop
drop heavy
heavy objects
on hoses.
hoses. A
A sharp
sharp impact
impact may
cause internal
damage to
strands and
and
lead to
to premature
lead
premature hose
hose failure.
failure.
20.
Do not
the placing
placing tool
tool by
Always use
placing tool
tool handle.
handle.
20. Do
not lift
lift the
by the
the hoses.
hoses. Always
use the
the placing
21.
Do not
the hydraulic
hydraulic pump
pump unit
unit using
using the
the hoses.
hoses. Always
Always use
unit handle
21. Do
not pull
pull or
or move
move the
use the
the pump
pump unit
handle or
or roll
roll cage.
cage.
22.
the possibility
22. Contact
Contact with
with hydraulic
hydraulic fluid
fluid should
should be
be avoided.
avoided. To
To minimise
minimise the
possibility of
of rashes,
rashes, care
care should
should be
be taken
taken
to wash
wash thoroughly
thoroughly if
if contact
contact occurs.
occurs.
to
23.
unattended. Turn
hydraulic unit
unit when
when tool
is not
in use.
use.
23. Never
Never leave
leave operating
operating tool
tool unattended.
Turn off
off hydraulic
tool is
not in
24.
Do not
24. Do
not abuse
abuse the
the tool
tool by
by dropping
dropping or
or using
using itit as
as a
a hammer.
hammer.
25.
Ensure that
hands before
before proceeding.
proceeding.
25. Ensure
that there
there is
is adequate
adequate clearance
clearance for
for the
the tool
tool operator’s
operator's hands
26.
out of
of the
the tool
tool as
will cause
26. Keep
Keep dirt
dirt and
and foreign
foreign matter
matter out
of the
the hydraulic
hydraulic system
system of
as this
this will
cause the
the tool
tool to
to malfunction.
malfunction.
27.
It is
is recommended
recommended that
that only
only Enerpac®
units are
to drive
drive the
installation tool
27. It
Enerpac® hydraulic
hydraulic pump
pump units
are to
to be
be used
used to
the installation
tool as
as
other makes
of hydraulic
hydraulic power
safe designed
designed working
working pressures.
pressures.
other
makes of
power units
units may
may not
not operate
operate at
at the
the safe
28.
28. C.O.S.H.H
C.O.S.H.H (Control
(Control of
of Substances
Substances Hazardous
Hazardous to
to Health
Health Regulations)
Regulations) data
data for
for all
all hydraulic
hydraulic oils
oils and
and
lubricants is
available on
your tool
lubricants
is available
on request
request from
from your
tool supplier
supplier
29.
29. The
The machine
machine shall
shall at
at all
all times
times be
be operated
operated in
in accordance
accordance with
with relevant
relevant Health
Health &
& Safety
Safety legislation.
legislation. In
In the
the
UK
"Health &
etc Act
Act 1974"
1974" applies.
Any question
correct operation
operation of
UK the
the "Health
& Safety
Safety at
at Work
Work etc
applies. Any
question regarding
regarding the
the correct
of the
the
machine must
be directed
machine
must be
directed to
to STANLEY
STANLEY Engineered
Engineered Fastening.
Fastening.
STANLEY
Avdel®/Enerpac® Hydraulic
STANLEY Engineered
Engineered Fastening
Fastening recommends
recommends that
that only
only Avdel®/Enerpac®
Hydraulic pump
pump units
units be
be used
used
to drive
drive installation
installation tools,
units may
to
tools, as
as other
other makes
makes of
of hydraulic
hydraulic power
power units
may not
not operate
operate at
at the
the safe
safe designed
designed
working
pressures.
working pressures.
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OP® r4 Avdel®
2
Specification
2 Specification
2.1 Intent
Intent of
of Use
Use
The
The AV™5
AVnA5 Installation
Installation tool
tool is
is principally
principally aa piston
piston and
and cylinder
cylinder assembly.
assembly. When
When coupled
coupled hydraulically
hydraulically and
and
electrically to
hydraulic power
electrically
to a
a compatible
compatible hydraulic
power source
source and
and the
the relevant
relevant nose
nose assembly
assembly is
is attached,
attached, itit is
is then
then used
used
to install
Avseal® in
in industrial
industrial
to
install fasteners
fasteners including
including 3/8”
3/8" Avdelok®,
Avdelok®, 3/8”
3/8" NeoBolt®,
NeoBolt®, 5/16”
5/16" Avbolt®
Avbolt® and
and Ø16mm
016mm Avseal®
environments.
environments.
The
The placing
placing tool
tool and
and hydraulic
hydraulic pump
pump unit
unit may
may only
only be
be used
used in
in accordance
accordance with
with the
the operating
operating instructions
instructions for
for
placing
placing Avdel®
Avdel® fasteners.
fasteners.
Refer to
to the
the table
table below
below for
the list
list of
of applicable
applicable fasteners
fasteners and
and associated
associated nose
nose equipment.
equipment.
Refer
for the
Refer to
to the
the datasheets
datasheets listed
listed in
instructions.
Refer
in the
the table
table for
for the
the relevant
relevant nose
nose assembly
assembly instructions.
FASTENER
TYPE
TYPE
NOSE ASSEMBLY
SIZE
SIZE
1/4”
1/4"
5/16”
5/16"
PART
PART NUMBER
NUMBER
07220-07500
07220-07500
07220-07700
07220-07700
DIM. ‘A’
DIM.
'A'
70 mm
mm
70
100 mm
100
mm
DIM.
DIM. ‘B’
'B'
19 mm
19
mm
27mm
27mm
AVDELOK®
AVDELOK®
5/16”
5/16"
3/8”
3/8"
07220-05600
07220-05600
07220-02000
07220-02000
130 mm
130
mm
100 mm
100
mm
27 mm
27
mm
27 mm
27
mm
AVSEAL® II
16
16 mm
mm
~
AVTAINER®
3/8”
3/8"
1/4”
1/4"
3/8”
3/8"
*
07220-06800
07220-06800
71230-15600
71230-15600
100 mm
100
mm
130 mm
130
mm
27 mm
27
mm
23 mm
23
mm
71230-15800
71230-15800
07220-07200
07220-07200
130 mm
130
mm
110 mm
110
mm
27 mm
27
mm
27 mm
27
mm
73200-05000
73200-05000
73200-05100
73200-05100
100 mm
100
mm
100 mm
mm
27 mm
27 mm
mm
AVBOLT®
AVBOLT®
MONOBOLT®
MONOBOLT®
NEOBOLT®
5/16”
5/16"
3/8”
3/8"
*
NOSE ASSEMBLY
DATASHEET
PART NUMBER
PART
NUMBER
07900-00905
07900-00905
07900-00905
07900-00905
07900-00840
07900-00840
07900-01071
07900-01071
07900-01071
07900-01071
Notes:
Notes:
Length
rounded.
Length dimensions
dimensions rounded.
is necessary
necessary to
73200-04300 to
to fit
** It
It is
to fit
fit adaptor
adaptor part
part number
number 73200-04300
fit this
this nose
nose assembly.
assembly.
~ It
It is
is a
a requirement
requirement to
to fit
fit adaptor
adaptor part
part number
number 07220-02500
07220-02500 and
and special
special nose
nose casing
casing to
to fit
fit this
this nose
nose assembly.
assembly.
Refer to
to illustration
for the
the identification
identification of
Refer
illustration in
in section
section 2.4
2.4 for
of the
the nose
nose assembly
assembly dimensions
dimensions ‘A’
'A' and
and ‘B’.
'B'.
The
The safety
safety instructions
instructions must
must be
be followed
followed at
at all
all times.
times.
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The
The tool
tool is
is fitted
fitted with
with a
a 0.6m
0.6m hose
hose set
set and
and control
control cable.
cable. Additional
Additional Hydraulic
Hydraulic hose
hose and
and cable
cable extension
extension lengths
lengths
are available
available to
as required.
are
to order
order separately
separately as
required. Refer
Refer to
to the
the table
table below
below for
for the
the available
available hose
hose assembly
assembly lengths
lengths
and associated
associated part
and
part numbers.
numbers.
HYDRAULIC HOSE ASSEMBLY
PART NUMBER
07008-00448
07008-00448
07008-00449
07008-00449
07008-00450
07008-00450
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HOSE LENGTH
5 Metre
Metre
5
10 Metre
10
Metre
15 Metre
15
Metre
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2.3 Placing
PlacingTool
ToolSpecification
Specification
2.3
SPECIFICATION
METRIC
IMPERIAL
Pull @
@ stated
Pull
stated pull
pull pressure
pressure
Push Off
@ stated
stated return
Push
Off @
return pressure
pressure
36.0 kN
36.0
kN
17.5 kN
17.5
kN
8992.4 lbf
3934.1 lbf
3934.1
lbf
Pull
Return
Return
510 bar
510
bar
200 bar
200
bar
7396.9 lbf/in2
lbf/in²
7396.9
2900.7 lbf/in²
2900.7
lbf/in2
Stroke:
Stroke:
Minimum
Minimum piston
piston stroke
stroke
30.0 mm
30.0
mm
1.18 in
in
1.18
Weight:
Weight:
With nose
nose equipment
With
equipment and
and hose
hose
2.9 kg
6.4 lb
lb
6.4
Force:
Pressure:
Pressure:
Noise Level:
Vibration:
Vibration:
Uncertainty noise:
Uncertainty
noise: kk =
= 3dB(A)
3dB(A)
<75
<75 dB(A)
dB(A)
Uncertainty vibration: k = 0.1 m/s²
m/s2
Hydraulic Oil:
Enerpac Hydraulic
Enerpac
Hydraulic Oil
Oil -- HF-95X
HF-95X
Additional Features:
Features:
Additional
Stem Ejection
Ejection
Stem
Seal Arrangement
Arrangement
Seal
Hydraulic Bearing Rings
Protective Handle
Protective
Handle // Hose
Hose Gator
Gator
Protective Hose
Hose Guard
Protective
Guard
Hose // Cable
Hose
Cable Retention
Retention Clamps
Clamps
<2.5 m/s22
<8.2
<8.2 ft/s
ft/s22
-
-
Rear
Rear
Twin Lip
Twin
Lip &
& Wiper
Wiper seals
seals
Yes —
– Front
Yes
Front && Rear
Rear
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
2.4 Placing
PlacingTool
ToolDimensions
Dimensions
2.4
A
120
86
Dimensions in
in millimetres
millimetres (mm)
(mm) —
– Illustration
Dimensions
Illustrationshown
shown with
with 3/8”
3/8" NeoBolt®
NeoBolt® nose
nose assembly
assembly fitted.
fitted. Tool
Tool appearance
appearance
will vary with different nose assemblies fitted.
Refer to table in 2.1 for dimensions ‘A’
'A' and ‘B’
'B'
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2.5 Component
List
2.5
Component List
73425-02000 PARTS LIST
ITEM
ITEM
No.
No.
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
11
11
12
13
13
14
14
15
15
16
16
17
18
18
19
19
20
20
22
23
23
24
25
25
26
26
27
27
28
28
29
29
30
30
31
31
32
32
33
33
34
34
35
35
36
36
37
38
38
39
39
40
40
41
42
43
43
PART
PART NUMBER
NUMBER
73425-02003
73425-02003
73425-02014
73425-02014
73200-02030
73200-02030
73200-02041
73200-02041
73200-02042
73200-02042
73425-02013
73425-02013
73430-02020
73430-02020
07001-00686
07001-00686
07005-10118
07005-10118
07005-10120
07005-10120
73425-02009
73425-02009
73425-02015
73425-02015
73430-02023
73430-02023
07007-02105
07007-02105
73425-02007
73425-02007
73425-02006
73425-02006
73425-02005
73425-02005
73425-02011
73425-02011
73200-02043
73200-02043
07001-00688
07001-00688
07007-02140
07007-02140
07002-00134
07002-00134
07005-10119
07005-10119
07005-10117
07005-10117
73430-02024
73430-02024
07005-10121
07005-10121
07003-00308
07003-00308
07003-00442
07003-00442
07003-00527
07003-00527
07003-00526
07003-00526
73430-02010
73430-02010
07003-00441
07003-00441
07003-00521
07003-00521
07003-00520
07003-00520
07003-00523
07003-00523
73200-03104
73200-03104
07003-00524
07003-00524
07003-00525
07003-00525
07003-00522
07003-00522
73430-02025
73430-02025
73425-02015
73425-02015
07007-02032
07007-02032
DESCRIPTION
DESCRIPTION
AV™5 Head
AVnA5
AV™5 Label
AVnA5
Label
Deflector
Deflector
Adaptor
Adaptor
Retaining Nut
Retaining
Nut
Trigger
Trigger Assembly
Assembly
Handle Gator
Handle
Gator
M4
M4 Socket
Socket Cap
Cap Screw
Screw
Quick Coupler
Coupler -- Male
Quick
Male
Quick Coupler
Coupler -- Female
Quick
Female
Handle Molding
Handle
Molding -- Left
Left
Handle Molding - Right
Hose Clamp
Hose
Clamp
Control
Control Cable
Cable
End Cap
Cap
End
Rear Seal
Seal Gland
Rear
Gland
Front Seal
Front
Seal Gland
Gland
Head Piston
Head
Piston
Adaptor Ring
Ring
Adaptor
M4
M4 Socket
Socket Cap
Cap Screw
Screw
Rubber Grommet
Rubber
Grommet
M4
M4 Nut
Nut
Hydraulic Hose
Hydraulic
Hose -- Return
Return
Hydraulic Hose
Hydraulic
Hose -- Pull
Pull
Clamp
Clamp Insert
Insert
Protective Sleeve
Protective
Sleeve
O-Ring
0-Ring
Wiper Seal
Spiral Back-up Ring
O-Ring
0-Ring
Rear Bearing Ring
Rod Seal
Rod
Seal
Anti-Extrusion Ring
Piston Seal
Piston
Seal
Rod Seal
Rod
Seal
Bearing Ring
O-Ring
0-Ring
Spiral Back-up Ring
Ring
Wiper Seal
Safety Label
Safety
Label
CE
CE Label
Label
Cable
Cable Tie
Tie
Request Info
QTY.
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
0.4m
0.4m
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Putting Into
Into Service
Service
3 Putting
3.1 Principle of Operation
IMPORTANT —
– Read
IMPORTANT
Readboth
boththe
thesafety
safetyrules
rulesin
insection
section 11 of
of this
this document
document and
and the
the pump
pump unit
unit instruction
instruction
manual
into service.
service.
manual carefully
carefully before
before putting
putting into
When both
both hoses
hoses and
and control
control cable
When
cable are
are connected
connected to
to the
the Avdel®
Avdel® // Enerpac®
Enerpac® hydraulic
hydraulic pump
pump unit,
unit, the
the pull
pull and
and
return cycles
cycles of
the tool
tool are
are controlled
controlled by
by depressing
and releasing
return
of the
depressing and
releasing the
the trigger
trigger located
located in
in the
the handle.
handle.
When the
the switch
switch is
is depressed
depressed the
When
the solenoid
solenoid valve,
valve, located
located in
in the
the hydraulic
hydraulic pump
pump unit,
unit, is
is energised
energised and
and directs
directs
the pressurised
placing tool.
also allows
the
pressurised oil
oil flow
flow to
to the
the pull
pull side
side of
of the
the piston
piston in
in the
the placing
tool. This
This also
allows the
the oil
oil in
in the
the return
return side
side
of the
the placing
to return
to the
the reservoir.
reservoir.
of
placing tool
tool to
return to
During the
During
the pull
pull cycles
cycles the
the piston/collet
piston/collet assembly
assembly moves
moves towards
towards the
the rear
rear of
of the
the tool
tool allowing
allowing the
theO-ring
0-ring type
type
cushion
cushion to
to push
push the
the follower
follower and
and jaws
jaws forward.
forward. If
If a
a fastener
fastener pin
pin has
has been
been inserted
inserted in
in the
the nose
nose assembly,
assembly, the
the jaw
jaw
set
will clamp
onto the
will commence.
set will
clamp onto
the pintail
pintail and
and assembly
assembly will
commence.
For Avbolt®
Avbolt® and
the cycle
will first
first clamp
clamp the
For
and Avdelok®
Avdelok® the
cycle of
of installation
installation will
the joint
joint to
to be
be fastened
fastened and
and then
then as
as the
the anvil
anvil
continues
the collar
will be
be swaged
into the
the locking
the pin.
pin. At
of the
the
continues to
to move
move forward
forward the
collar will
swaged into
locking grooves
grooves of
of the
At the
the end
end of
swaging
will come
swaging cycle
cycle the
the anvil
anvil will
come up
up against
against the
the joint
joint and
and as
as movement
movement continues
continues the
the pintail
pintail will
will be
be broken
broken off.
off.
The
The trigger
trigger switch
switch should
should be
be released
released immediately
immediately after
after pin
pin break
break occurs.
occurs. Releasing
Releasing the
the trigger
trigger switch
switch will
will cause
cause
the solenoid
de-energise and
and reverse
reverse the
the flow
flow of
of pressurised
pressurised oil.
oil.
the
solenoid to
to de-energise
If the
the trigger
trigger is
If
is not
not released,
released, the
the placing
placing tool
tool piston
piston will
will continue
continue to
to move
move towards
towards the
the rear
rear of
of the
the tool
tool until
until itit
reaches the
reaches
the end
end of
of its
its stroke.
stroke. The
The pressure
pressure in
in the
the pull
pull side
side will
will then
then increase
increase until
until a
a preset
preset ‘High
'High Pressure’
Pressure' value
value
is achieved
achieved at
is
at the
the pump.
pump. At
At this
this point
point the
the solenoid
solenoid valve
valve will
will automatically
automatically de-energise
de-energise and
and reverse
reverse the
the flow
flow of
of
pressurised
side of
of the
the placing
pressurised oil
oil to
to the
the return
return side
placing tool.
tool.
In either
either case,
pressurised oil
oil will
will now
now flow
In
case, pressurised
flow into
into the
the return
return side
side of
of the
the placing
placing tool,
tool, with
with the
the oil
oil in
in the
the pull
pull side
side
returning to
returning
to the
the reservoir.
reservoir.
The
installed fastener
fastener from
from the
the anvil.
anvil.
The forward
forward movement
movement of
of the
the piston/collet
piston/collet assembly
assembly will
will eject
eject the
the installed
At the
the point
point of
of releasing
releasing the
At
the trigger
trigger or
or when
when the
the ‘High
'High Pressure’
Pressure' value
value is
is achieved,
achieved, the
the solenoid
solenoid valve
valve will
will dedeenergise and
This controls
controls the
energise
and activate
activate a
a preset
preset ‘Return
'Return Timer’.
Timer'. This
the time
time that
that the
the pump
pump motor
motor will
will continue
continue run
run
before
seconds to
before switching
switching to
to the
the idle
idle mode.
mode. The
The timer
timer can
can be
be manually
manually set
set between
between 1
1 and
and 20
20 seconds
to ensure
ensure that
that the
the
placing
placing tool
tool piston
piston always
always fully
fully returns
returns to
to the
the forward
forward position
position (refer
(refer to
to pump
pump manual
manual 07900-01030,
07900-01030, pages
pages 10
10
and 13).
13).
and
When the
the piston
the fully
When
piston returns
returns to
to the
fully forward
forward position,
position, the
the pressure
pressure will
will increase
increase to
to preset
preset low
low pressure
pressure value
value -minimum 200
200 bar.
bar. The
The pump
pump motor
motor will
will continue
continue to
until the
has expired.
minimum
to run
run until
the Return
Return Timer
Timer has
expired. After
After this
this time
time period
period
the motor
will stop
the idle
idle position.
the
motor will
stop automatically
automatically and
and valve
valve will
will switch
switch to
to the
position. The
The solenoid
solenoid valve
valve will
will then
then
automatically cycle
pressurised oil
both the
automatically
cycle to
to release
release pressurised
oil to
to the
the reservoir
reservoir from
from both
the pull
pull and
and return
return side
side of
of the
the placing
placing
tool.
tool.
This
This keeps
keeps the
the installation
installation tool
tool in
in the
the forward
forward position.
position. No
No pressure
pressure will
will be
be present
present in
in the
the hydraulic
hydraulic system
system at
at this
this
point.
The
will automatically
up on
on depression
the tool
switch.
The hydraulic
hydraulic pump
pump unit
unit will
automatically start
start up
depression of
of the
tool trigger
trigger switch.
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3.2
Preparation for
for Use
Use
3.2 Preparation
CAUTION —
– Correct
CAUTION
Correctpull
pulland
andreturn
returnpressures
pressuresare
are important
important for
for proper
proper function
function of
of the
the installation
installation tool.
tool.
Personal
without correct
correct pressures.
pull and
and return
Personal injury
injury or
or damage
damage to
to equipment
equipment may
may occur
occur without
pressures. The
The pull
return
pressures
exceed those
listed in
in the
placing
pressures supplied
supplied by
by the
the hydraulic
hydraulic pump
pump unit
unit must
must not
not exceed
those pressures
pressures listed
the placing
tool specification.
specification.
tool
IMPORTANT —
– Before
IMPORTANT
Beforeputting
putting placing
placing tool
tool and
and hydraulic
hydraulic hose
hose set
set into
into service:
service:
Ensure
the pump
pump instructions
instructions
Ensure that
that the
the pump
pump pressure
pressure relief
relief valves
valves have
have been
been set
set in
in accordance
accordance with
with the
and
specified for
for the
the placing
placing tool
tool and
and hoses.
hoses.
and the
the maximum
maximum pressures
pressures specified
Ensure
hydraulic fluid
fluid in
in accordance
accordance with
with the
the procedure
procedure in
in the
pump
Ensure that
that the
the hose
hose kit
kit is
is primed
primed with
with hydraulic
the pump
instruction
instruction manual
manual 07900-01030.
07900-01030.
Ensure the
the mains
mains power
power supply
supply to
to the
the hydraulic
hydraulic pump
pump unit
unit is
is switched
• Ensure
switched off.
off.
Connect the
the placing
placing tool
couplers directly
connecting the
• Connect
tool hydraulic
hydraulic hose
hose quick
quick couplers
directly to
to the
the pump
pump unit
unit before
before connecting
the
electrical control
control cable.
cable. Hoses
Hoses and
and control
cable must
be connected
connected in
electrical
control cable
must be
in this
this order
order and
and disconnected
disconnected in
in
reverse order.
order.
reverse
Switch on
on the
the mains
mains supply
supply to
to the
the hydraulic
hydraulic pump
pump unit.
unit. Wait
5 seconds
seconds for
for the
the pump
pump unit
unit to
to complete
the
• Switch
Wait 5
complete the
boot sequence,
sequence, before
before pressing
pressing the
the trigger
trigger switch.
switch. When
boot
When all
all set
set the
the LCD
LCD screen
screen on
on the
the pump
pump unit
unit will
will display
display
‘AVDEL’.
'AVDEL'.
During the
the boot
boot sequence
sequence the
the pump
pump control
control system
system identifies
identifies any
trigger operation
• During
any trigger
operation as
as a
a potential
potential malfunction
malfunction
and prevents
prevents the
the motor
in this
and
motor from
from starting.
starting. The
The LCD
LCD screen
screen will
will display
display ‘BUTTON
'BUTTON FAULT’
FAULT' in
this instance.
instance. Reset
Reset
by switching
switching off
off the
the power
power supply
supply for
by
for 10
10 seconds.
seconds.
Ensure that
that the
the placing
placing tool
tool is
is positioned
positioned below
below the
the pump
pump reservoir
reservoir tanks.
tanks. Depress
Depress and
• Ensure
and release
release the
the placing
placing
tool trigger
trigger switch
switch a
a few
few times
times to
to almost
almost the
the full
full stroke
stroke of
of the
the tool
tool to
tool
to circulate
circulate hydraulic
hydraulic fluid
fluid and
and expel
expel any
any air
air
from the
the tool.
tool.
from
Observe action
for fluid
• Observe
action of
of tool.
tool. Check
Check for
fluid leaks
leaks and
and ensure
ensure that
that in
in the
the idler
idler mode
mode the
the piston
piston is
is in
in the
the fully
fully
forward position. The placing tool will
will now
now be
be primed.
Switch off
off the
the mains
mains power
power supply
supply to
to the
the hydraulic
hydraulic pump
pump unit
unit and
and then
then disconnect
disconnect the
the
• Switch
the placing
placing tool
tool from
from the
pump unit
unit in
in reverse
reverse order
order to
to that
that described
described above.
above.
pump
Now connect
connect the
the placing
placing tool
• Now
tool to
to the
the primed
primed hydraulic
hydraulic hose
hose kit
kit and
and electrical
electrical control
control cable.
cable. Then
Then connect
connect
hydraulic hose
hose kit
kit quick
quick couplers
couplers and
and the
the electrical
electrical control
control cable
cable to
the pump
unit.
hydraulic
to the
pump unit.
Attach the
the nose
nose assembly
assembly to
to the
the tool
tool as
as per
per the
the instructions
instructions in
in the
the relevant
relevant nose
nose assembly
assembly datasheet.
datasheet.
• Attach
Switch on
on the
the mains
mains supply
supply to
to the
the hydraulic
hydraulic pump
pump unit
unit as
as described
described above.
above.
• Switch
Depress and
and release
release the
the placing
placing tool
tool trigger
trigger switch
a few
times to
to almost
almost the
the full
stroke of
of the
the tool
tool to
• Depress
switch a
few times
full stroke
to circulate
circulate
hydraulic fluid.
fluid.
hydraulic
The placing
placing tool
is now
• The
tool is
now ready
ready for
for use
use
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OperatingInstructions
Instructions
4
ToInstall
Installan
anAvbolt®
Avbolt® Fastener
Fastener
4.1 To
For further
further information
information regarding
For
regarding this
this fastener,
fastener, refer
refer to
to the
the nose
nose assembly
assembly data
data sheet
sheet as
as listed
listed in
in the
the table
table in
in
section 2.1. The
information below
The information
below is
is for
for guide
guide use.
use.
Check work
work and
and remove
remove excessive
excessive gap.
gap. Gap
Gap is
is the
the space
space between
between components
components of
of the
the Joint.
Joint.
• Check
Put Avbolt®
Avbolt® fastener
fastener into
hole.
• Put
into hole.
Push nose
nose assembly
assembly onto
onto the
the pin
pin until
until the
the nose
nose assembly
assembly anvil
anvil stops
against the
• Push
stops against
the collar.
collar. Tool
Tool and
and nose
nose
assembly must
must be
be held
held at
at right
assembly
right angles
angles (90°)
(90°) to
to the
the work.
work.
Depress tool
tool trigger
trigger switch
switch to
to start
start installation
installation cycle.
cycle.
• Depress
When the
the forward
forward motion
motion of
of the
the nose
nose assembly
assembly anvil
anvil stops
stops and
and the
the pintail
pintail breaks
release the
• When
breaks off,
off, release
the trigger.
trigger. The
The
tool will
will go
go into
into its
its return
return stroke
stroke and
and push
push off
off the
the installed
installed fastener.
fastener. At
At the
end of
of the
the return
the jaws
tool
the end
return stroke
stroke the
jaws
will partially
partially release
will
release the
the expended
expended pintail
pintail which
which can
can then
then be
be pushed
pushed through
through the
the jaws
jaws with
with the
the next
next
installation and
and then
then ejected
ejected through
through the
the tool.
installation
the rear
rear of
of the
tool.
Once the
the installed
has been
been ejected,
and nose
nose assembly
is ready
ready for
• Once
installed fastener
fastener has
ejected, the
the tool
tool and
assembly is
for the
the next
next installation.
installation.
4.2 To
ToInstall
Installan
anAvdelok®
Avdelok® Fastener
Fastener
4.2
For further
further information
information regarding
regarding this
For
this fastener,
fastener, refer
refer to
to the
the nose
nose assembly
assembly data
data sheet
sheet as
as listed
listed in
in the
the table
table in
in
section 2.1. The
information below
The information
below is
is for
for guide
guide use.
use.
Check work
work and
and remove
remove excessive
excessive gap.
gap. (Gap
is the
between components
the Joint.
• Check
(Gap is
the space
space between
components of
of the
Joint. Gap
Gap is
is
excessive ifif not
not enough
enough pintail
pintail sticks
sticks through
through the
the collar
collar for
for the
the nose
nose assembly
assembly jaws
jaws to
to grab
grab onto).
onto).
excessive
Put Avdelok®
Avdelok® fastener
fastener into
into hole.
hole.
• Put
Slide Avdelok®
Avdelok® collar
collar over
over the
the pin.
pin. (The
bevelled end
end of
of the
the collar
collar must
must be
be towards
towards the
the nose
nose assembly
assembly and
and
• Slide
(The bevelled
tool.) Push
Pushnose
nose assembly
assembly onto
onto the
the pin
pin until
until the
the nose
nose assembly
assembly anvil
anvil stops
stops against
against the
the collar.
collar. Tool
Tool and
and nose
nose
tool.)
assembly must
must be
be held
held at
at right
assembly
right angles
angles (90°)
(90°) to
to the
the work.
work.
Depress tool
tool trigger
trigger switch
switch to
to start
start installation
installation cycle.
cycle.
• Depress
When the
the forward
forward motion
motion of
of the
the nose
nose assembly
assembly anvil
and the
the pintail
pintail breaks
breaks off,
off, release
release the
• When
anvil stops
stops and
the trigger.
trigger. The
The
tool will
will go
go into
into its
its return
return stroke
stroke and
and push
push off
off the
the installed
installed fastener.
fastener. At
At the
end of
of the
the return
the jaws
tool
the end
return stroke
stroke the
jaws
will partially
partially release
will
release the
the expended
expended pintail
pintail which
which can
can then
then be
be pushed
pushed through
through the
the jaws
jaws with
with the
the next
next
installation and
and then
then ejected
ejected through
through the
the tool.
installation
the rear
rear of
of the
tool.
Once the
the installed
been ejected,
ejected, the
the tool
tool and
nose assembly
is ready
ready for
• Once
installed fastener
fastener been
and nose
assembly is
for the
the next
next installation.
installation.
CAUTION —
– Do
CAUTION
Donot
notattempt
attemptto
tobreak
breakoff
offaapintail
pintail without
without the
the installation
installation of
of aa collar
collar as
as this
this will
will cause
cause the
the
unsecured
Avbolt® pintail
pintail to
to eject
eject from
from the
at a
a high
high speed
unsecured portion
portion of
of the
the Avdelok®
Avdelok® or
or Avbolt®
the nose
nose at
speed and
and force.
force.
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POP® r4 Avdel®
4.3 To
ToInstall
InstallaaNeoBolt®
NeoBolt® Fastener
Fastener
4.3
For further
further information
information regarding
For
regarding this
this fastener,
fastener, refer
refer to
to the
the nose
nose assembly
assembly data
data sheet
sheet as
as listed
listed in
in the
the table
table in
in
section 2.1. The
information below
The information
below is
is for
for guide
guide use.
use.
•
Put NeoBolt®
NeoBolt® pin
pin tail
tail into
into hole
hole and
and push
push fully
Put
fully through
through the
the joint
joint layers.
layers.
•
Fit NeoBolt®
NeoBolt® collar
collar over
over the
the pin
pin tail
tail (the
(the flanged
flanged end
end of
of the
the collar
Fit
collar must
must be
be closest
closest to
to the
the work
work piece)
piece) and
and
rotate clockwise
clockwise to
to engage
engage the
the collar
collar onto
onto the
the pin
thread by
by at
at least
least half
rotate
pin fit-up
fit-up thread
half a
a turn.
turn.
•
Push the
the collet
collet fully
fully over
over the
the pin
pin pulling
pulling tail
tail until
until collet
collet fully
the pulling
pulling groove
Push
fully covers
covers the
groove on
on the
the NeoBolt®
NeoBolt® pin
pin
and the
the pulling
pulling tail
tail makes
makes contact
contact with
The placing
placing tool
be held
and
with the
the collet
collet stop.
stop. The
tool must
must be
held perpendicular
perpendicular (90°)
(90°) to
to
the work
work piece
piece surface.
the
surface.
•
Depress and
and hold
hold the
the tool
tool trigger
trigger switch
to start
start the
the installation
installation cycle.
Depress
switch to
cycle. The
The collet
collet will
will grip
grip the
the NeoBolt®
NeoBolt® pin
pin
tail and
and pull
pull the
the anvil
anvil up
up against
against the
tail
the collar.
collar.
•
Continue to
to hold
hold the
the collar
collar is
Continue
the trigger
trigger down
down until
until the
is fully
fully swaged
swaged and
and the
the forward
forward motion
motion of
of the
the anvil
anvil stops
stops
against the
the collar
collar flange.
The placing
against
flange. The
placing tool
tool piston
piston and
and collet
collet will
will then
then automatically
automatically return
return to
to push
push the
the anvil
anvil
off the
the installed
installed collar
collar and
and release
release the
the pintail
pintail from
from the
the collet.
collet.
off
•
Release the
the trigger.
trigger.
Release
•
Once the
the anvil,
Once
the installed
installed fastener
fastener has
has been
been ejected
ejected from
from the
anvil, the
the placing
placing tool,
tool, nose
nose assembly
assembly and
and pump
pump unit
unit
are ready
ready for
for the
the next
next installation.
installation.
are
CAUTION —
– Do
CAUTION
Donot
notrelease
releasethe
thetrigger
triggeruntil
untilthe
the placing
placing tool
tool pull
pull cycle
cycle is
is complete
complete and
and the
the pump
pump unit
unit and
and
tool have
have switched
switched automatically
automatically to
tool
to the
the return
return cycle.
cycle. Releasing
Releasing the
the trigger
trigger before
before this
this point
point will
will result
result in
in
an
fastener.
an incorrectly
incorrectly placed
placed and
and partially
partially installed
installed NeoBolt®
NeoBolt® fastener.
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5
Servicing the
the Tool
Tool
5 Servicing
IMPORTANT —
– Read
IMPORTANT
Readsafety
safetyinstructions
instructionsin
inSection
Section 11 of
of this
this document.
document. The
The employer
employer is
is responsible
responsible for
for
ensuring
ensuring that
that tool
tool maintenance
maintenance instructions
instructions are
are given
given to
to the
the appropriate
appropriate personnel.
personnel. The
The operator
operator should
should
not be
be involved
involved in
in maintenance
maintenance or
unless properly
The tool
tool shall
shall be
be examined
examined
not
or repair
repair of
of the
the tool
tool unless
properly trained.
trained. The
before
before putting
putting into
into daily
daily service
service for
for damage
damage and
and malfunction.
malfunction.
5.1
Daily Servicing
5.1 Daily
Servicing
Check placing
placing tool,
• Check
tool, hoses
hoses and
and quick
quick couplers
couplers for
for oil
oil leaks.
leaks.
Worn or
or damaged
damaged hoses
hoses and
and couplings
couplings should
should be
be replaced.
replaced.
• Worn
Check the
the stroke
stroke of
of tool
tool meets
meets the
the minimum
minimum specification.
specification.
• Check
Check the
the stem
stem deflector
deflector is
is fitted.
fitted.
• Check
Check the
the end
end cap
cap is
is properly
properly and
and tightly
tightly fitted
fitted to
to the
the AVnA5
AV™5 body
• Check
body
Check the
the pump
pump pull
pull // advance
advance pressure
pressure relief
relief valve
valve is
is functioning
functioning correctly.
correctly.
• Check
Check nose
nose equipment
equipment is
is correct
correct for
for the
the rivet
rivet to
be placed
placed and
and that
that it
it is
is fitted
• Check
to be
fitted properly.
properly.
Check for
for worn
worn anvil
anvil indicated
indicated by
on the
by referring
referring
• Check
by score
score marks
marks on
the installed
installed collar.
collar. This
This can
can also
also be
be confirmed
confirmed by
to the
the installed
installed data
data in
in the
the fastener
fastener catalogue.
catalogue. Excessive
Excessive wear
wear can
the anvil
to rupture.
to
can cause
cause the
anvil to
rupture.
5.2
WeeklyServicing
Servicing
5.2 Weekly
Dismantle and
and clean
clean the
the nose
nose assembly
assembly especially
as described
described in
in the
• Dismantle
especially the
the jaws/collet
jaws/collet as
the relevant
relevant nose
nose
assembly datasheet.
datasheet.
assembly
Check for
for oil
oil leaks
leaks in
in placing
placing tool,
tool, hoses
hoses and
couplers.
• Check
and quick
quick couplers.
CAUTION —
– Never
CAUTION
Neveruse
usesolvents
solventsor
orother
otherharsh
harshchemicals
chemicals for
for cleaning
cleaning the
the non-metallic
non-metallic parts
parts of
of the
the tool.
tool.
These chemicals
chemicals may
in these
these parts
parts
These
may weaken
weaken the
the materials
materials used
used in
5.3
AnnualServicing
Servicing/ /Every
Every250k
250k Operations
Operations
5.3 Annual
Annually or
every 250,000
250,000 cycles
cycles (whichever
(whichever is
sooner) the
the tool
tool should
should be
be completely
completely dismantled
dismantled and
and new
new
Annually
or every
is sooner)
components
back-up rings
rings and
and seals
seals
components should
should be
be used
used where
where worn,
worn, damaged
damaged or
or as
as recommended.
recommended. All
All O-rings,
0-rings, back-up
should
with MolyKote®
MolyKote® 111
111 grease
grease before
before assembling.
assembling.
should be
be renewed
renewed and
and lubricated
lubricated with
5.4
Service Kit
Kit
5.4 Service
For a
a complete
complete service
service the
the following
following Service
Service Kit
Kit is
is available:
available:
For
PART NUMBER
07005-10118
07005-10118
07005-10120
07005-10120
07900-00043
07900-00043
07900-01101
07900-01101
07900-01102
07900-01102
KIT: 73425-99990
SERVICE KIT
73425-99990
DESCRIPTION
PART NUMBER
Quick Coupler
Coupler—
– Male
07900-01103
Quick
Male
07900-01103
Quick Couple
Couple —
– Female
07900-01104
Quick
Female
07900-01104
AV™5 Piston
Bullet —
– Front
07992-00020
AVnA5
Piston Bullet
Front
07992-00020
AV™5 Piston
Bullet —
– Rear
07900-00755
AVnA5
Piston Bullet
Rear
07900-00755
AV™5 Front
07900-00756
AVnA5
Front Gland
Gland Guide
Guide Rod
Rod
07900-00756
07002-00478
07002-00478
Request Info
DESCRIPTION
AV™5 Piston
AVnA5
Piston Guide
Guide Sleeve
Sleeve
AV™5 End
AVnA5
End Cap
Cap Assembly
Assembly Tool
Tool
Grease —
– MolyLithium
Grease
MolyLithium EP3753
EP3753
Grease —
– MolyKote
Grease
MolyKote 111
111
Loctite 243
Loctite
243 Thread
Thread Locker
Locker
M4 X
M4
X 20
20 Socket
Socket HD
HD cap
cap screw
screw
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yew Avdel®
5.5
Servicing Tools
Tools
5.5 Servicing
The
following standard
standard tools
tools are
are required
required for
for the
the AVnA5:
AV™5:
The following
• Allen Key: 3.0 mm
• Small flat screwdriver
Open End
End Flat
12 // 14
14 // 18
18 // 24
A/F
• Open
Flat Spanner:
Spanner: 7
7 // 12
24 // 45
45 mm
mm A/F
PTFE Tape:
Tape: 10
10 mm
• PTFE
mm
Engineers Vice
Vice with
with Jaw
JawGuards
Guards—
– 150
• Engineers
150 mm
mm
5.6
HydraulicPump
Pump Oil
Oil
5.6 Hydraulic
PART NUMBER
PART
NUMBER
Enerpac® Part
Enerpac®
Part Number
Number
Volume
Volume
Viscosity
Viscosity
HYDRAULIC
HYDRAULIC OIL
OIL
07992-00081
07992-00081
HF-95X
H
F-95X
1 Litre
1
Litre
32
32 mm²/s
mm2/s
07992-00082
07992-00082
HF-95Y
H
F-95Y
5 Litres
Litres
5
32 mm²/s
32
mm2/s
Request Info
5.7 Dismantling
DismantlingInstructions
Instructions
07992-00083
07992-00083
HF-95T
HF-95T
10 Litres
10
Litres
32 mm²/s
32
mm2/s
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IMPORTANT —
– Ensure
IMPORTANT
Ensurethe
themains
mainspower
powersupply
supply to
to the
the hydraulic
hydraulic pump
pump unit
unit is
is switched
switched off
off before
before
removing the
the nose
nose assembly
removing
assembly or
or dismantling
dismantling the
the placing
placing tool.
tool.
Before Dismantling:
Uncouple the
Couplers 9
and 10
10 and
and the
the electrical
electrical Control
• Uncouple
the Quick
Quick Couplers
9 and
Control Cable
Cable 14
14 between
between the
the placing
placing tool
tool and
and the
the
Hydraulic Hose
Hose Assembly.
Assembly.
Hydraulic
Remove the
the nose
nose assembly
assembly from
the placing
• Remove
from the
placing tool
tool as
as per
per the
the instructions
instructions in
in the
the relevant
relevant nose
nose assembly
assembly
datasheet.
datasheet.
For a
is advised
advised to
with dismantling
dismantling the
For
a complete
complete service
service of
of the
the tool,
tool, itit is
to proceed
proceed with
the tool
tool in
in the
the order
order shown
shown on
on pages
pages
5.7. After
After dismantling
dismantling the
the tool,
tool, itit is
is recommended
recommended to
to replace
replace all
all seals.
seals.
in section 5.7.
Head
Assembly:
Head Piston
Piston Assembly:
Remove the
the Deflector
from the
the End
End Cap
Cap 15.
15.
• Remove
Deflector 3,
3, from
Clamp the
the tool
tool handle
handle in
in a
a vice
vice with
jaws so
• Clamp
with soft
soft jaws
so that
that the
the tool
tool is
is pointing
pointing nose
nose down.
down. Insert
Insert the
the dowel
dowel pins
pins on
on
*End Cap Assembly Tool into the three holes in the End Cap 15.
the *End
the
Cap Assembly Tool into the three holes in the End Cap 15.
Using a
a 45
45 mm
mm A/F
A/F spanner,
spanner, unscrew
unscrew and
and remove
remove the
the End
End Cap
Cap 15,
15, from
from the
the Body
• Using
Body 1.
1.
from the
the End
End Cap
and discard.
discard.
• Using a small flat screwdriver,
screwdriver, remove
remove O-Ring
0-Ring 28
28 from
Cap 15
15 and
Connect the
the spare
spare *Quick
*QuickCoupler
Coupler—
– Male
Male to
to the
the Quick
Quick Coupler
Coupler—
– Female
on the
• Connect
Female 10
10 on
the Hydraulic
Hydraulic Hose
Hose -- Return
Return
and ease
ease the
24. This will release any pressure from the return side of the Piston 18
18 and
the removal
removal of
of the
the Rear
Rear
Seal Gland
Gland 16.
Seal
16. Note:
Note: Hydraulic
Hydraulic oil
oil will
will be
be expelled
expelled from
from the
the spare
spare quick
quick coupler
coupler -- male
male
for part
part numbers
** See
See service
service kit
kit in
in section
section 5.4
5.4 for
numbers
All numbers
numbers in
in bold
bold refer
refer to
to the
the General
General Assembly
2.5
All
Assembly and
and Parts
Parts list
list in
in section
section 2.5
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Insert three
three M4
M4 screws
screws into
into the
the Rear
Rear Seal
Seal Gland
Gland 16,
16, and
and use
use them
them to
to pull
pull the
the part
part off
off the
the rear
rear shaft
• Insert
shaft of
of the
the
Piston 18
and out
out of
Piston
18 and
of the
the Body
Body 1.
1.
• Using a small flat screwdriver
screwdriver or
or similar
similar tool,
tool, remove
remove O-Ring
0-Ring 31 and Spiral Back-up Ring 30, from the
external groove
groove on
on the
the Rear
Rear Seal
Seal Gland
Gland 16,
16, and
and discard.
discard. When
removing the
the seals,
seals, take
take care
care not
not to
external
When removing
to damage
damage
the surface
surface of
of the
the Rear
Rear Seal
Seal Gland
Gland with
with the
the
the screwdriver.
screwdriver.
Remove Rod
Rod Seal
29 and
and Wiper
Wiper Seal
Seal 33,
from the
the internal
internal grooves
grooves on
on the
the Rear
Rear Seal
Seal Gland
Gland 16,
16, and
and discard.
discard.
• Remove
Seal 29
33, from
When removing
removing the
the seals,
seals, take
take care
care not
not to
to damage
damage the
the surface
surface of
of the
the Rear
Rear Seal
Seal Gland
Gland with
with the
the screwdriver.
screwdriver.
When
and check
check the
the part
part for
for wear
wear or
or damage.
damage. Discard
Discard ifif necessary.
necessary.
• Remove Rear Bearing Ring 32 and
Remove the
the placing
placing tool
tool from
from the
the vice
vice and
and empty
empty the
hydraulic oil
oil from
the rear
rear of
the tool.
• Remove
the hydraulic
from the
of the
tool. Remove
Remove the
the
*Quick Coupler – Male from the Quick Coupler – Female 10 on Hydraulic Hose - Return 24.
spare *Quick
spare
Coupler — Male from the Quick Coupler — Female 10 on Hydraulic Hose - Return 24.
Connect the
the spare
spare *Quick
*Quick Coupler
Coupler -- Female
Femaleto
tothe
theQuick
QuickCoupler
Coupler—
– Male
• Connect
Male 9 on the Hydraulic Hose - Pull 25.
This will
will release
the pull
and ease
ease the
the removal
removal of
of the
the Piston.
Piston. Note:
Note:
This
release any
any pressure
pressure from
from the
pull side
side of
of the
the Piston
Piston 18
18 and
Hydraulic oil
oil will
will be
Hydraulic
be expelled
expelled from
from the
the spare
spare quick
quick coupler
coupler -- female
female
Screw the
the *Piston
*Piston Bullet
Bullet -- Front
Front on
• Screw
on to
to the
the front
front of
of the
the Piston
Piston 18.
18.
Place the
nose up
up on
on a
a bench.
bench. Then
Then using
using a
a soft
towards the
• Place
the Body
Body 1
1 nose
soft mallet,
mallet, tap
tap the
the Piston
Piston 18
18 towards
the rear
rear of
of the
the
Body and
and out
out the
the back
back end,
end, taking
taking care
care not
not to
to damage
damage the
the bore
bore within
within the
Body.
Body
the Body.
Note that
when removing
• Note
that when
removing the
the Piston
Piston 18, oil on the pull side of the Piston 18 will leak from the front and rear of
the Body
Body 1.
1.
the
When removing
removing the
the Piston
the Front
Front Seal
Seal Gland
Gland 17
may be
be retained
retained on
on the
the Piston
Piston shaft.
• When
Piston 18,
18, the
17 may
shaft. If
If this
this is
is the
the
case, unscrew
unscrew the
the *Piston
*Piston Bullet
Bullet -- Front
Front and
and pull
pull the
the Front
Front Seal
Seal Gland
Gland off
off of
of the
the Piston.
Piston.
case,
Using a
a small
small flat
flat screwdriver
screwdriver remove
remove Piston
Piston Seal
• Using
Seal 35
35 and the two Anti-Extrusion Rings 34, from the external
groove on
and discard.
discard. When
removing the
the surface
groove
on the
the Piston
Piston 18,
18, and
When removing
the seals,
seals, take
take care
care not
not to
to damage
damage the
surface of
of the
the
Piston with the screwdriver.
If the
the Front
Front Seal
Seal Gland
Gland 17
is still
still retained
Place the
the Body
Body nose
nose up
up on
on a
a bench
• If
17 is
retained in
in the
the Body
Body 1.
1. Place
bench and
and then
then push
push
the Front
Front Seal
Seal Gland
Gland from
from the
the front
front until
until itit is
is free
the recess
within Body.
Front Seal
the
free from
from the
recess within
Body. The
The Front
Seal Gland
Gland can
can then
then
be removed
removed from
from the
the back
back end
end of
the Body.
care not
not to
to damage
damage the
the bore
bore within
within the
be
of the
Body. Take
Take care
the Body
Body when
when doing
doing
so.
so.
and Spiral
Spiral Back-up
Back-up Ring
Ring 39,
39, from
from the
the external
external groove
groove on
on
• Using a small flat screwdriver
screwdriver remove
remove O-Ring
0-Ring 38 and
the Front
Front Seal
Seal Gland
Gland 17,
and discard.
discard. When
removing the
the
17, and
When removing
the seals,
seals, take
take care
care not
not to
to damage
damage the
the surface
surface of
of the
the
Front Seal Gland with the screwdriver.
Remove Rod
Rod Seal
36 and
and Wiper
Wiper Seal
Seal 40,
40, from
from the
the internal
internal grooves
grooves on
on the
the Front
Front Seal
Seal Gland
Gland 17,
17, and
and discard.
discard.
• Remove
Seal 36
When removing
removing the
the seals,
seals, take
take care
care not
not to
damage the
surface of
of the
the Front
When
to damage
the surface
Front Seal
Seal Gland
Gland with
with the
the screwdriver.
screwdriver.
and check
check the
the part
part for
for wear
wear or
or damage.
damage. Discard
Discard ifif necessary.
necessary.
• Remove the Front Bearing Ring 37 and
Remove the
the spare
spare *Quick
*Quick Coupler
Coupler -- Female
Female from
from the
the Quick
Quick Coupler
Coupler -- Male
on the
25.
• Remove
Male 9
9 on
the Hydraulic
Hydraulic Hose
Hose -- Pull
Pull 25.
Assemble in reverse order to dismantling noting the following points:
Clean all
all components
assembling.
• Clean
components before
before assembling.
for part
part numbers
** See
See service
service kit
kit in
in section
section 5.4
5.4 for
numbers
All numbers
numbers in
in bold
bold refer
refer to
to the
the General
General Assembly
2.5
All
Assembly and
and Parts
Parts list
list in
in section
section 2.5
-- 17
17 --
STANLEY
Engineered Fastening
qlr Avdel®
To aid
aid assembly
• To
assembly of
of seals
seals apply
apply a
a light
light coating
coating of
of Molykote®
Molykote® 111
111 grease
grease to
to all
all seals,
seals, seal
seal grooves,
grooves, back-up
back-up
rings and
and the
the assembly
assembly tools.
rings
tools.
Slide O-Ring
38 over
over the
the Front
Front Seal
Seal Gland
and into
into the
the external
39
• Slide
0-Ring 38
Gland 17
17 and
external groove.
groove. Insert
Insert the
the Spiral
Spiral Back-up
Back-up Ring
Ring 39
in the
the same
same groove,
groove, in
Refer to
to the
the General
General Assembly
Assembly and
and Parts
Parts List
List for
for the
the
in
in front
front of
of the
the installed
installed O-Ring.
0-Ring. Refer
correct orientation
and Spiral
Spiral Back-up
Back-up Ring
Ring in
in section
section 2.5.
2.5.
correct
orientation of
of the
the O-Ring
0-Ring and
Press the
the Front
Front Bearing
36 into
into the
the internal
internal recess
recess within
within the
the Front
17 and
and then
then install
install Rod
• Press
Bearing Ring
Ring 36
Front Seal
Seal Gland
Gland 17
Rod
Seal 36
36 behind
behind the
40 in
in the
the front
front recess
recess of
of the
the Front
Front Seal
Seal Gland.
Gland.
Seal
the Front
Front Bearing
Bearing Ring.
Ring. Install
Install the
the Wiper
Wiper Seal
Seal 40
Refer to
to the
the General
General Assembly
Assembly to
to ensure
ensure the
the correct
correct orientation
orientation of
of the
the Rod
Rod Seal
Seal and
and Wiper
Seal.
Refer
Wiper Seal.
Lubricate the
the surface
bore into
17 is
is to
to be
be
• Lubricate
surface and
and leading
leading edge
edge of
of the
the Body
Body 1
1 bore
into which
which the
the Front
Front Seal
Seal Gland
Gland 17
installed with
with Molykote®
Molykote® 111
111 grease.
grease.
installed
*Front Gland Guide Rod tool and then place the Front Seal Gland 17, Rod Seal
Lubricate the
the spigot
spigot on
on the
the *Front
• Lubricate
Gland Guide Rod tool and then place the Front Seal Gland 17, Rod Seal
36 end
end first,
first, fully
fully over
over spigot.
1 and
and then
then push
push the
36
spigot. Insert
Insert *Front
*Front Gland
Gland Guide
Guide Rod
Rod into
into the
the rear
rear of
of the
the Body
Body 1
the
Front Seal
Seal Gland
Gland fully
fully into
into the
within the
to insert
Front
the bore
bore within
the Body.
Body. Reasonable
Reasonable force
force is
is required
required to
insert Front
Front Seal
Seal Gland
Gland
into the
the Body,
Body, so
so the
the use
use of
of a
a press
press or
or vice
vice may
may be
be necessary.
necessary. Remove
Remove the
the *Front
*Front Gland
Gland Guide
Guide Rod
while
into
Rod while
ensuring that
that the
the Front
Front Seal
Seal Gland
Gland stays
stays in
in place.
place.
ensuring
Lubricate the
the seal
seal groove
groove and
and major
major external
external diameter
of the
the Piston
18 with
with Molykote®
Molykote® 111
• Lubricate
diameter of
Piston 18
111 grease.
grease. Slide
Slide the
the
Piston Seal
over the
front of
Piston
Seal 35
35 over
the front
of the
the major
major Piston
Piston diameter
diameter and
and into
into the
the seal
seal groove.
groove. Install
Install two
two Anti-Extrusion
Anti-Extrusion
Rings 34
into the
the Piston
Piston seal
either side
the Piston
Rings
34 into
seal groove,
groove, one
one either
side of
of the
Piston Seal.
Seal.
Screw the
the *Piston
*Piston Bullet
Bullet -- Front
Front onto
onto the
18. Lubricate
Lubricate the
• Screw
the front
front of
of the
the Piston
Piston 18.
the *Piston
*Piston Bullet
Bullet -- Front,
Front, Piston
Piston
shaft and
and Piston
with Molykote®
111 grease.
grease.
shaft
Piston Seal
Seal 35
35 with
Molykote® 111
Screw the
the *Piston
*Piston Guide
Guide Sleeve
Sleeve fully
fully into
into the
Lubricate the
bores in
in both
both the
the Body
• Screw
the rear
rear of
of the
the Body
Body 1.
1. Lubricate
the bores
Body and
and
the *Piston
*Piston Guide
Guide Sleeve
Sleeve with
with Molykote®
Molykote® 111
111 grease.
grease.
the
Connect the
the spare
9 on
on the
the Hydraulic
Hydraulic Hose
Pull 25.
25.
Hose -- Pull
• Connect
spare *Quick
*Quick Coupler
Coupler -- Female
Female to
to the
the Quick
Quick Coupler
Coupler -- Male
Male 9
18 when
when inserting
inserting the
the Piston.
Piston.
This will allow air to be released from the pull side of the Piston 18
Insert the
the assembled
assembled Piston
into the
the rear
and through
through the
the assembled
assembled Front
Front Seal
Seal Gland
• Insert
Piston 18
18 into
rear of
of the
the Body
Body 1
1 and
Gland 17.
17.
Push the
the Piston
Piston into
into the
the fully
fully forward
forward position
position until
until itit stops
stops against
against the
the Front
Seal Gland.
Gland. Hydraulic
Push
Front Seal
Hydraulic oil
oil will
will be
be
expelled from
from the
the Hydraulic
expelled
Hydraulic Hose
Hose -- Pull
Pull 25.
Remove the
the spare
spare *Quick
*Quick Coupler
Coupler -- Female
Female from
from the
the Quick
Quick Coupler
Coupler -- Male
on the
25.
• Remove
Male 9
9 on
the Hydraulic
Hydraulic Hose
Hose -- Pull
Pull 25.
Remove the
the *Piston
*Piston Guide
Guide Sleeve
1.
Remove
Sleeve from
from the
the rear
rear of
of the
the Body
Body 1.
Slide O-Ring
31 over
over the
the Rear
Rear Seal
and into
into the
the external
external groove.
groove. Insert
the Spiral
Spiral Back-up
Back-up Ring
Ring 30
30
• Slide
0-Ring 31
Seal Gland
Gland 16
16 and
Insert the
in the
the same
same groove,
groove, behind
Refer to
to the
the General
General Assembly
Assembly and
and Parts
Parts List
List for
for the
in
behind the
the installed
installed O-Ring.
0-Ring. Refer
the
correct orientation
and Spiral
Spiral Back-up
Back-up Ring
Ring in
in section
section 2.5.
correct
orientation of
of the
the O-Ring
0-Ring and
into the
the internal
internal recess
recess within
within the
16 and
and then
then install
install Rod
• Press the Rear Bearing Ring 32 into
the Rear
Rear Seal
Seal Gland
Gland 16
Rod
behind the
Bearing Ring.
33 in
in the
the rear
rear recess
recess of
of the
the Rear
Rear Seal
Seal Gland.
Seal 29 behind
the Rear
Rear Bearing
Ring. Install
Install the
the Wiper
Wiper Seal
Seal 33
Gland.
Refer to
to the
the General
General Assembly
Assembly to
to ensure
ensure the
Seal.
Refer
the correct
correct orientation
orientation of
of the
the Rod
Rod Seal
Seal and
and Wiper
Wiper Seal.
Clamp the
the tool
tool handle
handle in
in a
a vice
vice with
with soft
soft jaws
jaws so
so that
the tool
tool is
is pointing
pointing nose
nose down.
down.
• Clamp
that the
Lubricate the
the surface
bore into
16 is
is to
to be
be
• Lubricate
surface and
and leading
leading edge
edge of
of the
the Body
Body 1
1 bore
into which
which the
the Rear
Rear Seal
Seal Gland
Gland 16
installed with
with Molykote®
Molykote® 111
111 grease.
grease. Lubricate
Lubricate the
the rear
rear Piston
Piston 18
shaft with
with Molykote®
Molykote® 111
111 grease.
grease.
installed
18 shaft
Insert the
the *Piston
*Piston Bullet
Bullet -- Rear
Rear into
into the
18 shaft
shaft and
and Lubricate
Lubricate with
with Molykote®
Molykote® 111
111 grease.
grease.
• Insert
the rear
rear Piston
Piston 18
for part
part numbers
** See
See service
service kit
kit in
in section
section 5.4
5.4 for
numbers
All numbers
numbers in
in bold
bold refer
refer to
to the
the General
General Assembly
2.5
All
Assembly and
and Parts
Parts list
list in
in section
section 2.5
-- 18
18 --
STANLEY
Engineered Fastening
POP® Avdel ®
Fill the
the rear
just above
above the
• Fill
rear of
of the
the Body
Body 1
1 with
with Enerpac®
Enerpac® HF
HF hydraulic
hydraulic oil.
oil. Oil
Oil level
level should
should be
be just
the rear
rear inlet
inlet bore
bore
into the
the Body.
Body.
into
Connect the
the spare
spare *Quick
Male to
to the
the Quick
on the
the Hydraulic
Hydraulic Hose
Hose—
– Return
• Connect
*Quick Coupler
Coupler -- Male
Quick Coupler
Coupler -- Female
Female 10
10 on
Return
24. This
will allow
the return
when inserting
inserting the
24.
This will
allow air
air to
to be
be released
released from
from the
return side
side of
of the
the Piston
Piston 18
18 when
the Rear
Rear Seal
Seal Gland
Gland
16. Note:
16.
Note: Hydraulic
Hydraulic oil
oil may
may be
be expelled
expelled from
from the
the spare
spare quick
quick coupler
coupler -- female
female
Place the
the Rear
Rear Seal
Seal Gland
over the
the **Piston
**Piston Bullet
• Place
Gland 16
16 over
Bullet -- Rear.
Rear. Then
Then push
push the
the Rear
Rear Seal
Seal Gland
Gland over
over the
the
Piston 18
shaft and
and into
1. Push
Push the
Rear Seal
Seal Gland
Piston
18 shaft
into the
the rear
rear of
of the
the Body
Body 1.
the Rear
Gland into
into the
the Body
Body until
until a
a few
few internal
internal
threads are
31 and
and Spiral
Spiral Back-up
threads
are exposed
exposed at
at the
the rear
rear of
of the
the Body.
Body. Take
Take care
care not
not to
to damage
damage the
theO-Ring
0-Ring 31
Back-up
on the
when inserting
inserting the
the Rear
Rear Seal
Seal Gland.
Gland.
Ring 30 on
the threads
threads when
Lubricate both
and the
the external
external thread
thread on
on End
End Cap
Cap 15
15 with
with MolyLithium
• Lubricate
both the
the internal
internal thread
thread in
in the
the Body
Body 1
1 and
MolyLithium
Grease.
Grease.
Screw the
the End
End Cap
fully into
into the
using the
the *End
*End Cap
• Screw
Cap 15
15 fully
the rear
rear of
of the
the Body
Body 1
1 using
Cap Assembly
Assembly Tool.
Tool. In
In doing
doing so,
so, the
the
Rear Seal
Seal Gland
will be
pressed into
position within
within the
the Body
of oil
oil will
will be
be expelled
expelled
Rear
Gland 16
16 will
be pressed
into position
Body and
and a
a small
small amount
amount of
from the Hydraulic Hose - Return 24.
on the
the Hydraulic
Hydraulic Hose
• Remove the spare *Quick Coupler - Male from the Quick Coupler - Female 10 on
Hose -Return 24.
24.
Return
Push the
the Deflector
onto the
the End
End Cap
• Push
Deflector 3,
3, onto
Cap 15.
15.
Prime the
the placing
placing tool
tool as
as described
in section
3.2.
• Prime
described in
in Preparation
Preparation for
for Use
Use in
section 3.2.
Hose
Assembly:
Hose Assembly:
Remove the
the two
two Screws
Screws 8
8 from
from the
the Hose
Hose Clamp
Clamp 13
13 using
using a
a 3.0mm
3.0mm Allen
Allen Key.
Key. Remove
Remove the
the Hose
and
• Remove
Hose Clamp
Clamp and
Clamp Insert
26 from
from the
the Protective
Protective Sleeve
Sleeve 27
27 and
and Hydraulic
Hydraulic Hoses
Clamp
Insert 26
Hoses -- Return
Return 24 and Pull 25.
• Using the small flat screwdriver prize the Handle Gator 7 from the handle mouldings 11 and 12. Pull the
Handle Gator
Gator over
over the
the Protective
Protective Sleeve
Hydraulic Hoses-Return
Hoses-Return 24
24 and Pull 25 and remove.
Handle
Sleeve 27,
27, Hydraulic
Using a
a 3.0mm
3.0mm Allen
Allen Key
Key (and
(and 7.0mm
7.0mm spanner
spanner on
on bottom
bottom nut)
nut) unscrew
unscrew the
20 holding
holding handle
handle
• Using
the four
four screws
screws 20
mouldings 11
and 12
together and
and remove.
remove.
mouldings
11 and
12 together
The trigger
trigger 6
6 is
is soldered
soldered to
to control
control cable.
Remove this
assembly from
the handles
handles 11
and 12.
12. The
• The
cable. Remove
this assembly
from the
11 and
The cable
cable
is part
part of
of this
this assembly.
assembly.
gland 22
22 is
Cut the
the Cable
43 and
and slide
slide back
back the
the Protective
Protective Sleeve
to expose
• Cut
Cable Tie
Tie 43
Sleeve 27
27 to
expose the
the fittings
fittings on
on the
the Hydraulic
Hydraulic Hoses
Hoses -Return 24
24 and
and Pull
25. The Hydraulic Hoses can
can be
be removed
removed form
form the
the Body
Body 1 using 12mm
12mm and 14mm
14mm
Return
Pull 25.
spanners.
spanners.
The Quick
Quick Couplers
Couplers -- Male
and Female
Female 10
can be
• The
Male 9
9 and
10 can
be removed
removed from
from the
the Hydraulic
Hydraulic Hoses
Hoses -- Return
Return 24 and Pull
25 using 18mm and 24mm spanners.
Assemble in reverse order to dismantling noting the following points:
Prior to
to assembly
assembly clean
clean all
all threads
Couplers -- Male
Male 9
9 and
and Female
and the
the Hydraulic
• Prior
threads on
on the
the Quick
Quick Couplers
Female 10
10 and
Hydraulic Hoses
Hoses -Then apply
apply two
two to
to three
three layers
layers of
of 10mm
10mm PTFE
PTFE tape
tape to
male threads
threads on
Return 24 and Pull 25. Then
to the
the male
on both
both of
of the
the
Hydraulic Hoses.
Hoses.
Hydraulic
Once assembled,
assembled, prime
the tool
tool as
as per
per the
the instructions
instructions in
in section
3.2.
• Once
prime the
section 3.2.
for part
part numbers
** See
See service
service kit
kit in
in section
section 5.4
5.4 for
numbers
All numbers
numbers in
in bold
bold refer
refer to
to the
the General
General Assembly
2.5
All
Assembly and
and Parts
Parts list
list in
in section
section 2.5
-- 19
19 --
STANLEY
Engineered Fastening
OW Avdel®
6
Safety Data
Data
6 Safety
6.1
Enerpac®HF
HFHydraulic
HydraulicOil
Oil -- Safety
Safety Data
Data
6.1 Enerpac®
Refer to
to safety
safety data
www.enerpac.com for information
Refer
data sheet
sheet on
on www.enerpac.com
6.2
MolyLithiumGrease
GreaseEP
EP3753
3753 -- Safety
Safety Data
Data
6.2 MolyLithium
Grease
5.4.
Grease can
can be
be ordered
ordered as
as a
a single
single item,
item, the
the part
part number
number is
is shown
shown in
in the
the Service
Service Kit
Kit in
in section
section 5.4.
First Aid
Aid
First
SKIN:
SKIN:
As the
the grease
grease is
is completely
completely water
water resistant
resistant itit is
is best
best removed
with an
an approved
approved emulsifying
emulsifying skin
cleaner.
As
removed with
skin cleaner.
INGESTION:
INGESTION:
Ensure the
the individual
individual drinks
drinks 30m1
30ml Milk
Ensure
Milk of
of Magnesia,
Magnesia, preferably
preferably in
in aa cup
cup of
of milk.
milk.
EYES:
EYES:
Irritant but
but not
not harmful.
harmful. Irrigate
Irrigate with
with water
water and
and seek
seek medical
medical attention.
attention.
Irritant
Fire
Fire
FLASH POINT:
Above 220°C.
220°C.
Above
Not
Not classified
classified as
as flammable.
flammable.
Suitable extinguishing
extinguishing media:
media: CO2,
CO2, Halon
Halon or
or water
water spray
spray ifif applied
applied by
by an
an experienced
experienced operator.
operator.
Suitable
Environment
Environment
Scrape up
up for
incineration or
or disposal
disposal on
Scrape
for incineration
on approved
approved site.
site.
Handling
Use
Use barrier
barrier cream
cream or
or oil
oil resistant
resistant gloves
gloves
Storage
Storage
Away from
from heat
heat and
and oxidising
Away
oxidising agent.
agent.
6.3
Molykote®111
111Grease
Grease -- Safety
Safety Data
Data
6.3 Molykote®
Grease
5.4.
Grease can
can be
be ordered
ordered as
as a
a single
single item,
item, the
the part
part number
number is
is shown
shown in
in the
the Service
Service Kit
Kit in
in section
section 5.4.
First Aid
Aid
First
SKIN:
No
be needed.
needed.
No first
first aid
aid should
should be
INGESTION:
INGESTION:
No
be needed.
needed.
No first
first aid
aid should
should be
EYES:
EYES:
No
be needed.
needed.
No first
first aid
aid should
should be
INHALATION:
No
be needed.
needed.
No first
first aid
aid should
should be
Fire
FLASH POINT:
Above 101.1°C.
101.1°C. (closed
Above
(closed cup)
cup)
Explosive Properties: No
Suitable Extinguishing
Extinguishing Media:
cool
Suitable
Media: Carbon
Carbon Dioxide
Dioxide Foam,
Foam, Dry
Dry Powder
Powder or
or fine
fine water
water spray.
spray. Water
Water can
can be
be used
used to
to cool
fire exposed
exposed containers.
fire
containers.
Environment
No
are predicted.
predicted.
No adverse
adverse effects
effects are
Handling
General
General ventilation
ventilation is
is recommended.
recommended. Avoid
Avoid eye
eye contact.
contact.
Storage
Storage
Do not
with oxidizing
water or
Do
not store
store with
oxidizing agents.
agents. Keep
Keep container
container closed
closed and
and store
store away
away from
from water
or moisture
moisture
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20 --
STANLEY
Engineered Fastening
POP® r4 Avdel®
7
FaultDiagnosis
Diagnosis
7 Fault
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
Inoperative pump unit
Placing tool
Placing
tool will
will not
not
operate
operate
Faulty Quick
Quick Couplers
Couplers 9
9
Faulty
and 10
and
10
Trigger
Trigger Control
Control Cable
Cable 14
14
not connected
connected correctly
not
correctly
Damaged Trigger
Trigger Switch
Damaged
Switch
6 or
Cable 14
6
or Control
Control Cable
Pump in
in local
Pump
local mode
mode
Trigger Switch 6
6 does
does
not function
not
function
Trigger Switch 6,
Control
6, Control
Cable 14
14 or
or connector
Cable
connector
damaged
damaged
Hydraulic Hoses
Hydraulic
Hoses not
not
connected
connected
Low oil
Low
oil level
level
Pump running
running but
Pump
but
placing tool
placing
tool does
does not
not
function
function
Placing tool
tool external
Placing
external oil
oil
leak
leak
Hose Assembly
Assembly external
Hose
external
oil leak
Placing tool
tool operates
Placing
operates
erratically
Pump internal/external oil
leak
leak
Low or
Low
or erratic
erratic hydraulic
hydraulic
pressure supply
pressure
supply
Worn or
or damaged
damaged
Worn
hydraulic seals
hydraulic
seals in
in placing
placing
tool
tool
Worn or
or damaged
damaged
Worn
hydraulic sealing
hydraulic
sealing
surfaces in
in placing
placing tool
surfaces
tool
Pump internal/external oil
leak
leak
Breakload greater
Breakload
greater than
than
placing tool
placing
tool capacity
capacity at
at
full pressure
pressure
full
Flow to
placing tool
Flow
to placing
tool
blocked
blocked
Pump builds
builds full
Pump
full
Pumppressure
pressure relief
relief
pressure, but
pressure,
butpintail
pintaildoes
does Pump
value set
value
set too
too low
low
not break
break
not
Pull grooves
grooves on
Pull
on fastener
fastener
pintail stripped
pintail
stripped
Improper tool
tool operation
operation
Improper
- 21 -
REMEDY
Check
Check pump
pump power
power supply
supply
and refer
and
refer to
to pump
pump unit
unit
instruction manual
instruction
manual
Replace Quick
Quick Couplers
Couplers
Replace
PAGE REFERENCE
20
20
Check
Control Cable
Check Control
Cable is
is
correctly connected
correctly
connected at
at pump
pump
and placing
placing tool
and
tool
Replace Trigger
Replace
Trigger Switch
Switch
and/or Control
and/or
Control Cable
Cable
Refer to
to pump
pump instruction
instruction
Refer
manual
manual
Replace Trigger
Replace
Trigger Switch
Switch
and/or Control
and/or
Control Cable
Cable
13
13
20
20
20
20
Check
Check for
for correct
correct
connections at
and
connections
at pump
pump and
placing
placing tool
tool
Ensure placing tool is filled
with oil and correctly primed
Refer to
to pump
pump instruction
instruction
Refer
manual
manual
Inspect placing
placing tool
tool—
– replace
Inspect
replace
worn or
worn
or damaged
damaged
components
components
Inspect Hose
Hose Assembly
Assembly—
–
Inspect
ensure hose
ensure
hose connections
connections are
are
tight and/or
and/or replace
tight
replace damaged
damaged
hose connectors
hose
connectors
Refer to
to pump
pump instruction
instruction
Refer
manual
manual
Refer to
to pump
pump instruction
instruction
Refer
manual
manual
Inspect placing
placing tool
tool—
– replace
Inspect
replace
worn or
worn
or damaged
damaged seals
seals
Inspect placing
placing tool
tool—
– replace
Inspect
replace
worn or
worn
or damaged
damaged
components
components
Refer to
to pump
pump instruction
instruction
Refer
manual
manual
Refer to
to placing
Refer
placing tool
tool
specification
specification
13
13
13
13
16 -- 20
16
20
20
20
16 -- 20
16
20
16 -- 20
16
20
7
Check
and
Check Quick
Quick Couplers
Couplers 9
9 and
10 for full engagement
Adjust pressure
pressure relief
valve
Adjust
relief valve
settings —
– refer
settings
refer to
to pump
pump
instruction manual
instruction
manual
See symptom
See
symptom on
on page
page 21
21
13
13
14
14
STANLEY
Engineered Fastening
POP® r4 Avdel®
SYMPTOM
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
POSSIBLE
CAUSE
Return flow
Return
flow restricted
restricted or
or
blocked
blocked
Placing tool
tool Piston
Piston 18 will
Placing
not return
not
return
Hydraulic Hoses
Hydraulic
Hoses not
not
connected
connected
Pump valve
valve malfunction
Pump
malfunction
Pump Return
Return Timer
Pump
Timer
setting incorrect
incorrect—
– set
setting
set too
too
low
Pump return
return pressure
pressure
Pump
relief valve
valve set
relief
set too
too low
low
Placing tool
Placing
tool does
does not
not
eject the
the collar
eject
collar from
from the
the
anvil
anvil
Pull grooves
Pull
grooves on
on fastener
fastener
pintail stripped
stripped during
during
installation
installation
Low or
erratic hydraulic
Low
or erratic
hydraulic
pressure supply
pressure
supply
Worn or
or damaged
damaged
Worn
hydraulic seals
hydraulic
seals in
in placing
placing
tool
tool
Worn or
or damaged
damaged
Worn
hydraulic sealing
hydraulic
sealing
surfaces in
in placing
placing tool
surfaces
tool
Pump internal/external oil
leak
leak
Operator
Operator not
not pushing
pushing
nose completely
completely onto
nose
onto
fastener pintail
pintail before
fastener
before
operating tool
operating
tool
Incorrect fastener
fastener length
Incorrect
length
/ grip length Worn or
damaged jaw
damaged
jaw segments
segments
Debris in
Debris
in jaw
jaw segments
segments
and/or pintail
pintail grooves
and/or
grooves
Excessive sheet
sheet gap
gap
Excessive
Improper tool
tool operation
operation
Improper
Avdelok® or
or Avbolt®
Avbolt®
Avdelok®
collar not
not fully
collar
fully swaged
swaged
Worn Anvil bore
Pintail fails
fails to
to release
Pintail
release
from nose
nose equipment
from
equipment
Incorrect assembly
Incorrect
assembly of
of
nose equipment
nose
equipment
Placing tool
tool and
Placing
and
Hydraulic oil
Hydraulic
oil runs
runs hot
hot
Restriction in
Restriction
in hydraulic
hydraulic
line
High ambient
High
ambient
temperature
temperature
Hydraulic Quick
Worn 0-Ring
O-Ring in
in body
body of
Hydraulic
QuickCouplers
Couplers Worn
9 and
and 10
Quick Coupler
Coupler Male
Male 9
9
9
10 leak oil
Quick
-- 22
22 --
REMEDY
REMEDY
Check
and
Check Quick
Quick Couplers
Couplers 9
9 and
10
for full
full engagement
engagement and/or
10 for
and/or
fault
fault
Check
Check for
for correct
correct
connections at
and
connections
at pump
pump and
placing
placing tool
tool
Refer to
to pump
pump instruction
instruction
Refer
manual
manual
Adjust Return
Return Timer
Adjust
Timer to
to
recommended setting
setting—
– refer
recommended
refer
to pump
instruction manual
to
pump instruction
manual
Adjust return
return pressure
Adjust
pressure relief
relief
valve to
to correct
correctsetting
setting—
–
valve
refer to
to pump
pump instruction
instruction
refer
manual
manual
Refer to
to pump
pump instruction
instruction
Refer
manual
manual
Inspect placing
placing tool
tool—
– replace
Inspect
replace
worn or
worn
or damaged
damaged seals
seals
Inspect placing
placing tool
tool—
– replace
Inspect
replace
worn or
worn
or damaged
damaged
components
components
Refer to
to pump
pump instruction
instruction
Refer
manual
manual
Instruct operator
Instruct
operator in
in correct
correct
installation method
installation
method
Use correct
correct fastener
fastener Check
Use
Check
and replace
replace jaw
jaw set
set—
– refer
and
refer to
to
nose equipment
equipment datasheet
nose
datasheet
Clean
jaw segments
segments—
– refer
Clean jaw
refer
to nose
to
nose equipment
equipment datasheet
datasheet
Close
Close gap
gap between
between sheets
sheets
Check and
and replace
replaceAnvil
Anvil—
–
refer to
to nose
refer
nose equipment
equipment
datasheet
datasheet
Refer to
to nose
Refer
nose equipment
equipment
datasheet
datasheet
Check
hydraulic Quick
Check hydraulic
Quick
Couplers
and 10
10 and
Couplers 9
9 and
and
replace ifif necessary
replace
necessary
Replace O-Ring
and Back-up
Back-up
Replace
0-Ring and
9
Ring in Quick Coupler 9
PAGE
PAGE REFERENCE
REFERENCE
13
13
13
13
16 -- 20
16
20
16 - 20
14
14
14
14
14
20
20
20
20
STANLEY
Engineered Fastening
POP® r4 Avdel®
8
Notes
8 Notes
- 23 -
STANLEY
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OW
Avdel®
9
Declarationof
of Conformity
Conformity
9 Declaration
We, Avdel
Avdel UK
Letchworth Garden
Garden City,
City, Hertfordshire,
Hertfordshire, SG6
We,
UK Limited,
Limited, Stanley
Stanley House,
House, Works
Works Road,
Road, Letchworth
SG6 1JY
1JY
UNITED KINGDOM, declare
declare under
our sole
sole responsibility
responsibility that
that the
the product:
product:
under our
Model:
AV™5
STRUCTURALLD
LDTOOL
TOOL—– 73425-02000
73425-02000
Model: AVTM5
STRUCTURAL
HYDRO-ELECTRIC
HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER
POWER TOOL
TOOL
Serial
No: XXXXXXXXXX
Serial No:
to which
which this
relates is
is in
in conformity
conformity with
with the
the following
following standards:
standards:
to
this declaration
declaration relates
ISO 12100:2010
12100:2010
ISO
EN ISO
ISO 11202:2010
11202:2010
EN
EN ISO
EN
ISO 4413:2010
4413:2010
EN 792-13:2000+A1:2008
EN
792-13:2000+A1:2008
EN ISO
EN
ISO 4414:2010
4414:2010
EN ISO
EN
ISO 28927-5:2009+A1:2015
28927-5:2009+A1:2015
EN ISO
ISO 3744:2010
EN
3744:2010
EN ISO
ISO 11148-1:2011
EN
11148-1:2011
EN ISO
ISO 20643:2008+A1:2012
20643:2008+A1:2012
EN
Technical
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accordance with
with Annex
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1, section
section 1.7.4.1,
1.7.4.1, in
in accordance
accordance with
with the
the
following Directive:
2006/42/EC The
2006/42/EC
The Machinery
Machinery Directive
Directive
UK Statutory
Statutory Instruments
2008 No
Supply of
of Machinery
Machinery (Safety)
(Safety) Regulations
Regulations refers.
UK
Instruments 2008
No 1597
1597 -- The
The Supply
refers.
A. K. Seewraj
Technology Manager
Technology
Manager
Avdel UK Limited, Stanley House, Works Road, Letchworth Garden City, Hertfordshire,
SG6 1JY UNITED KINGDOM
Place
Place of
of issue:
issue: Letchworth
Letchworth Garden
Garden City
City
Date
##-##-2017
Date of
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CE
This machinery is in conformity with
Machinery Directive
Directive 2006/42/EC
2006/42/EC
Machinery
- 24 -
STANLEY
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VP®
Avdel®
10
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are excluded
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