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AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2)
USER MANUAL
PL 602-V2 REV F
(12/2017)
TABLE OF CONTENTS
.MANUFACTURER’S INFORMATION.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
SPECIFICATIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT AND INTENDED USE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
KEY FEATURES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
CE DECLARATION OF INCORPORATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
WARNING AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
OPERATOR TRAINING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
SAFETY LABEL DEFINITIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
PRE-RUN SAFETY CHECK. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
SYSTEM ASSEMBLY - OVERVIEW .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
LIGHTWEIGHT POSITIONER - OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
LIGHTWEIGHT POSITIONER CLAMP SELECTION.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
LIGHTWEIGHT POSITIONER SET-UP.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
HOSE GUIDE ASSEMBLY - OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
HOSE GUIDE ASSEMBLY SET-UP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
HOSE GUIDE ASSEMBLY TO LIGHTWEIGHT POSITIONER SET UP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) HOSE TRACTOR - OVERVIEW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) HOSE TRACTOR DOORS AND PINS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) HOSE TRACTOR DRIVE ROLLERS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) HOSE TRACTOR TO HOSE GUIDE ASSEMBLY. . . . . . . . 18
CONTROL BOX - OVERVIEW. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
CONTROL BOX SET-UP.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
CONTROL BOX AIR SUPPLY FITTING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
CONTROL BOX TO AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) HOSE TRACTOR ASSEMBLY. . . . 22
OPERATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
COLLET INSERTION, HOSE, AND HOSE STOP INSTALLATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
CONTROL PANEL FUNCTIONS, TEST RUN, AND RUN PROCEDURES. . . . . . . . . . 24
HIGH PRESSURE HOSE AND HOSE CLAMP.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
MAINTENANCE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION, AND HANDLING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
PART DIAGRAMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
ACCESSORIES OVERVIEW.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND WARRANTY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
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MANUFACTURER’S INFORMATION
StoneAge Inc.
StoneAge Europe
466 S. Skylane Drive
Unit 2, Britannia Business Centre
Durango, CO 81303, USA
Britannia Way
Phone: 970-259-2869
Malvern WR14 1GZ
Toll Free: 866-795-1586
United Kingdom
www.stoneagetools.com
Phone: +44 (0) 1684 892065
This manual must be used in accordance with all applicable national laws. The manual shall be regarded as a part of the machine
and shall be kept for reference until the final dismantling of the machine, as defined by applicable national law(s).
SPECIFICATIONS
AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor Weight:
AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor Size:
42 lbs (19.05 kg) (AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) box only)
7.2 in. Wide x 8.3 in. Tall x 16.7 in. Long
(183 mm Wide x 211 mm Tall x 424 mm Long)
3.0 ft/sec (914 mm/sec)
0.2 ft/sec (61 mm/sec)
60 lbs (30 lbs per lance) (27.2 kg, 13.6 kg per lance)
10 lbs (5 lbs per lance) (4.5 kg), (2.25 kg per lance)
18 in. (457 mm)
120 lbs (54.4 kg)
(Includes 6ft rails, horiz., vert., and idler carriage, and 4 clamps)
6 lbs (2.7kg)
5/8-2½ in. (16 mm- 63 mm)
43 lbs (19.5 kg) (Includes Control Box, FRL, and stand)
125 psi (0.86 MPa)
100 psi (0.70 MPa)
-20 °F to 140 °F (-29 °C to 60 °C)
Maximum Feed Rate:
Minimum Feed Rate:
Maximum Push/Pull Force:
Minimum Push/Pull Force:
Manway Access:
Lightweight Positioner Weight:
Hose Guide Assembly Weight:
Pitch Adjustment Range:
Control Box Weight:
Maximum Air Supply Pressure:
System Operating Pressure:
Recommended Operational Temperature Range:
DESCRIPTION OF EQUIPMENT AND
INTENDED USE
KEY FEATURES:
The AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) System consists of the AUTOBOX®
(ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor, Control Box, Hose Guide Assembly, and
Lightweight Positioner. This system was developed for “Hands Free”
heat exchanger tube cleaning applications. It is recommended to be
used with StoneAge’s Banshee line of self-rotary waterblast tools.
The AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) System was designed to accommodate
two simultaneous flex lances ranging in size from 3/2 to 8/4 matched
with the appropriate BN9.5, BN13, BN15, or BN18 size Banshees.
The AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor utilizes six synchronized
drive rollers to control the rate at which the hose and Banshee tools
are advanced or retracted within the exchanger tubes.
The Hose Guide Assembly provides anti-withdrawal protection,
and precise tube pitch adjustment. The Lightweight Positioner can
be mounted to a variety of heat exchanger tube bundles and has
pneumatic powered horizontal and vertical drives.
The Control Box is small and lightweight with an emphasis on
ergonomics. The AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) system was designed
with simplicity, safety, lightweight components, durability, and
reliability in mind. It can be easily carried to the job site and setup in
minutes.
The AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) must not be put into service within
the European Community (“EC”) until the final machinery into which
it is to be incorporated has been declared in conformity with the
Machinery Directive and all other applicable EC Directives.
Lightweight Positioner
• Modular, lightweight design
• Quick install drive carriages
• Utilizes 2.5 in. (6 mm) box rail
• Stainless Steel air motors
• Variety of clamp and bolt-on attachment options are available
Hose Guide Assembly
• Compact and lightweight design
• Precise pitch adjustment
• Quick change guide tubes
• 17-4 SS hose stop collets
AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor
• Six powered drive rollers ensure traction in all
Operating conditions
• Quick change drive rollers (three sizes).
• Lightweight and compact design
• Can be used in dual or single lance applications
• Quick pin attachment to Hose Guide Assembly
• Hinged side doors for easy access to rollers and
Drive components
• Independent forward/reverse speed controls
Control Box
• Small, lightweight, ergonomic design that includes a
Portable stand and filter-regulator-lubricator assembly
• Tractor controls: forward/reverse hose feed and clamp pressure
• Positioner controls: left/right and up/down
• Pneumatic dump control switch
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CE DECLARATION OF INCORPORATION
OF PARTLY COMPLETED MACHINERY
We:
StoneAge, Inc. 466 South Skylane Drive Durango, CO 81303, USA
Declare that this “partly completed machinery” supplied with this declaration:
Equipment: AUTOBOX® Hose Tractor
Model name: ABX-2L-V2 is in accordance with the following Directives: and
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is designed and manufactured solely as a non-functional component to be incorporated into a machine requiring completion;
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must not be put into service within the European Community (“EC”) until the final machinery into which it is to be incorporated
has been declared in conformity with the Machinery Directive and all other applicable EC Directives; and
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is designed and manufactured to comply with the 2006/42/EC Essential Health and Safety Requirements of the Machinery
Directives and the relevant parts of the following specifications:
EN ISO 12100:2010
Safety of machinery - General principles for design - Risk assessment and risk reduction
We hereby declare that the equipment named above has been tested and found to comply with the relevant sections of the above
referenced specifications and directives.
Date _ 07/01/2015______
StoneAge Europe
Unit 2, Britannia Business Centre
Britannia Way
Malvern WR14 1GZ
United Kingdom
The Technical File for the AUTOBOX® Hose Tractor (ABX-2L-V2) is maintained at: StoneAge, Inc. 466 South Skylane Drive,
Durango, CO 81303, USA
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WARNING AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATOR TRAINING
Managers, Supervisors, and Operators MUST be trained in Health
and Safety Awareness of High-pressure Water Jetting and hold
a copy the Water Jetting Association (WJA) Code of Practice, or
equivalent (see www.waterjetting.org.uk).
Operators MUST be trained to identify and understand all applicable
standards for the equipment supplied. Operators should be trained
in manual handling techniques to prevent bodily injury.
StoneAge has designed and manufactured this equipment
considering all hazards associated with its operation. StoneAge
assessed these risks and incorporated safety features in the design.
StoneAge WILL NOT accept responsibility for the results of misuse.
Operators MUST read, understand, and follow the Operational and
Training Requirements (Section 7.0) of WJTA-IMCA’s Recommended
Practices For The Use Of High-pressure Water jetting Equipment, or
equivalent.
Operators MUST read, understand, and follow the Warnings,
Safety Information, Assembly, Installation, Connection, Operation,
Transport, Handling, Storage, and Maintenance Instructions detailed
in this manual.
The risk assessment MUST consider potential material or substance
hazards including:
• • IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE INSTALLER/OPERATOR
to conduct a job specific risk assessment prior to use. Job specific
risk assessment MUST be repeated for each different set up,
material, and location.
• The risk assessment MUST conform to the Health and Safety at
Work Act 1974 and other relevant Health and Safety legislation.
• • • • • • • • • PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS
Use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is dependent on
the working pressure of water and the cleaning application.
Managers, Supervisors, and Operators MUST carry out a job
specific risk assessment to define the exact requirements for PPE.
See Protective Equipment for Personnel (Section 6) of WJTAIMCA’s Recommended Practices For The Use Of High-pressure
Waterjetting Equipment for additional information.
Hygiene - Operators are advised to wash thoroughly after all
waterjetting operations to remove any waterblast residue which may
contain traces of harmful substances.
First aid provision - users MUST be provided with suitable first aid
facilities at the operation site.
Aerosols
Biological and microbiological (viral or bacterial) agents
Combustible materials
Dusts
Explosion
Fibers
Flammable substances
Fluids
Fumes
Gases
Mists
Oxidizing Agents
PPE may include:
• Eye protection: Full face visor
• Foot protection: Kevlar® brand or steel toe capped,
waterproof, non-slip safety boots
• Hand protection: Waterproof gloves
• Ear protection: Ear protection for a minimum of 85 dBA
• Head protection: Hard hat that accepts a full face visor and
ear protection
• Body protection: Multi-layer waterproof clothing approved for
waterjetting
• Hose protection: Hose shroud
• Respiratory protection: May be required; refer to job specific
risk assessment
SAFETY LABEL DEFINITIONS
The AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor
has the potential to cause serious injury
if fingers, hair, or clothing become caught
between the hose rollers or drive belts.
DO NOT OPERATE WITH THE DOORS
OPEN. ENSURE THAT ALL FOUR
DOOR PINS ARE SECURED PRIOR TO
OPERATION.
Maximum operating air pressure is 100
psi (0.7 MPa). Never exceed 125 psi (0.86
MPa) supply pressure. Exceeding 125 psi
(0.86 MPa) supply pressure may result in
injury to the Operator and/or damage to the
equipment.
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WARNING AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
Operations with this equipment can be potentially hazardous.
Caution MUST be exercised prior to and during machine and water
jet tool use. Please read and follow all of these instructions, in addition
to the guidelines in the WJTA Recommended Practices handbook,
available online at www.wjta.org. Deviating from safety instructions
and recommended practices can lead to severe injury and/or death.
Refer to WJTA-IMCA’s, Recommended Practices For The Use Of
High pressure Waterjetting Equipment and/or The Water Jetting
Association’s, WJA Code of Practice for additional safety information.
• Complete a job specific risk assessment and act on the resulting
actions.
• Adhere to all site specific safety procedures.
• Ensure the waterblasting zone is properly barricaded and that
warning signs are posted.
• Ensure the work place is free of unnecessary objects (e.g. loose
parts, hoses, tools).
• Ensure all Operators are using the correct Personal Protective
Equipment (PPE).
• Do not exceed the maximum operating pressure specified for
any component in a system.
• The immediate work area MUST be marked off to keep out
untrained persons.
• Inspect the equipment for visible signs of deterioration,
damage, and improper assembly. Do not operate if damaged,
until repaired.
• Make sure all threaded connections are tight and free of leaks.
• Check that the air hoses are properly connected and tight.
• Users of the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor MUST be
trained and/or experienced in the use and application of high
pressure technology and cleaning, as well as all associated
safety measures, according to the WJTA Recommended
Practices for the use of High pressure Water jetting Equipment.
• Check all hoses and accessories for damage prior to use. Do
not use damaged items. Only high quality hoses intended for
waterblast applications should be used as high pressure hoses.
• Check all high pressure threaded connections for tightness.
• Ensure that an anti-withdrawal device (back-out
preventer), whip checks (hose whips), and all other
applicable safety devices are installed and set-up
properly.
• Ensure the doors of the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor
are closed and securely latched.
• Test the Control Box before operating the AUTOBOX® (ABX2L-V2) Hose Tractor with high pressure water to verify the control
valves move the hose in the intended direction, and that the high
pressure dump valve and hose clamp are working properly.
• Ensure that Operators never connect, disconnect, or tighten
hoses, adapters, or accessories with the high pressure water
pump unit running.
• Ensure no personnel are in the hydroblasting zone.
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PRE-RUN SAFETY CHECK
An anti-withdrawal device (back-out preventer) MUST be used
at all times. The back-out prevention device is the Hose Stop
Collet located within the Hose Guide Assembly. StoneAge
offers several different size Hose Stop Collets. The Collet Size
Reference guide is located on the Hose Guide Assembly.
• The Control Box should be located in a safe location where the
Operator has good visibility of the tool entering the exchanger
tubes. The AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor and Control
Box MUST be supervised at all times and should never be left
unattended.
• Do not fully release the hose clamp (decreasing pressure to
zero) during operation, or the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose
Tractor will release the hose and may create a dangerous
runaway hose condition, which can result in severe injury and/
or death.
• Always de-energize the system before opening the door to
service or replace any parts. Failure to do so can result in severe
injury and/or death.
• When moving the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor lift with
care to prevent bodily injury.
• Do not operate the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor while
either side door is open.
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SYSTEM ASSEMBLY - OVERVIEW
AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) HOSE TRACTOR,
LIGHTWEIGHT POSITIONER, HOSE GUIDE ASSEMBLY,
AND CONTROL BOX
LIGHTWEIGHT POSITIONER
(SEE PAGES 8, 9, 10, 11)
CONTROL BOX
(SEE PAGES 19, 20, 21, 22)
AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2)
HOSE TRACTOR
(SEE PAGES 15, 16, 17, 18)
HOSES RUN TO
HIGH PRESSURE
WATER SUPPLY
HOSE GUIDE ASSEMBLY
(SEE PAGES 12, 13, 14, 18)
NOTE: Heat exchanger tube
bundle face, shown for
graphic representation only.
Not included in assembly.
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LIGHTWEIGHT POSITIONER - OVERVIEW
LIGHTWEIGHT POSITIONER
AND ACCESSORIES
RAIL STOP ASSEMBLIES
RAIL EXTENSIONS
(2,4, OR 6 FT LENGTHS)
(.61 m, 1.2 m, OR 1.8 m)
HORIZONTAL
DRIVE
ASSEMBLY
VERTICAL
SLOTTED
RAIL
POSITIONER
CONTROL LINES
HORIZONTAL
SLOTTED RAIL
CLAMP TYPES
(LWP 625 KIT
INCLUDES ALL KITS
SHOWN HERE)
25 FT / 7620 mm
STANDARD
LENGTH
VERTICAL
DRIVE
ASSEMBLY
NON-SLOTTED RAIL
SLOTTED
QUICK CLAMP
(LWP 620 KIT
CONTAINS 4)
QUICK CLAMP
(LWP 621 KIT
CONTAINS 4)
BLANK HORIZONTAL
ASSEMBLY
SCAFFOLD QUICK CLAMP
(LWP 554-K KIT CONTAINS 4)
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RAIL STOP
ASSEMBLY
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PLATE CLAMP
(LWP 622 KIT
CONTAINS 2)
LIGHTWEIGHT POSITIONER CLAMP SELECTION
CLAMP SELECTION is dependent upon the heat exchanger geometry, bolt holes, hole spacing, and flange accessibility.
QUICK CLAMPS (LWP 518) are for use with heat exchanger flanges that provide a robust clamping surface or if flange holes are
inaccessible. Align clamps on the surface of the flange to maximize flange engagement to clamps. (Figure 1)
\
QUICK CLAMP
(LWP 621 KIT CONTAINS 4)
FIGURE 1
SLOTTED QUICK (LWP 552) AND PLATE CLAMPS (LWP 519) are for use with heat exchanger flanges that have easily accessible
bolt holes. Use quick clamps or plate clamps, depending on the spacing of the hole pattern. (Figures 1 & 3)
SLOTTED QUICK CLAMP
(LWP 620 KIT CONTAINS 4)
PLATE CLAMP
(LWP 622 KIT
CONTAINS 2)
FIGURE 2
FIGURE 3
SCAFFOLD QUICK CLAMPS (LWP 554) are for use with scaffolding in situations
where they may be no way to clamp directly onto the heat exchanger. (Figure 4)
SCAFFOLD QUICK CLAMP
(LWP 554-K KIT CONTAINS 4)
FIGURE 4
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LIGHTWEIGHT POSITIONER SET-UP
LIGHTWEIGHT POSITIONER STEP BY STEP SET-UP
1. Mount the appropriate frame Positioner Clamps to the tube
bundle as shown on the previous page. (Shown in Figure 1 with
Slotted Quick Clamps) Positioner Clamps should be aligned
horizontally with the direction of the tube rows. (Figure 1)
NOTE: Heat exchanger tube bundle face, shown for graphic
representation only. Not included in assembly.
FIGURE 1
2. Insert the Top Rail (slots facing out) into the upper mounting
brackets. If the rail is not closely aligned with the tube rows,
loosen one of the upper mounting brackets and adjust until
the top rail is parallel with the horizontal tube rows. Tighten the
clamps securing the rail to the mounting brackets. Ensure upper
mounting brackets are securely clamped or bolted to the tube
bundle flange. (Figure 2)
FIGURE 2
3. Insert the Lower Rail (non-slotted) into the lower mounting
brackets. It is not critical that this rail is aligned as precisely as
the top rail, but it should be close to parallel with the top rail
for best performance. Tighten the clamps securing the rail to
the mounting brackets. Ensure lower mounting brackets are
securely clamped or bolted to the tube bundle flange. (Figure 3)
FIGURE 3
4. Loosen the Quick Adjust Handle and pull the gearbox away
from the carriage plate. This will allow the Horizontal Drive
Carriage to slide onto the rail without pneumatic power, to
rotate the drive. Center the carriage on the top rail and push
the gearbox back toward the carriage plate. This will engage
the gear into the rail slots. Verify the gear is engaging the slots
correctly and tighten the quick adjust handle. (Figure 4)
FIGURE 4
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LIGHTWEIGHT POSITIONER SET-UP
5. Slide the Idler Carriage onto the Lower Non-Slotted Rail.
(Figure 5)
FIGURE 5
6. Loosen the Large Adjustable Handle for the Vertical Rail
Clamp. Align the Idler Carriage with the vertical rail clamp on
the horizontal carriage. Install the Vertical Rail with (slots
facing out) down through the horizontal carriage clamp
and between the rollers on the idler carriage. Adjust the
position of the vertical rail as required and secure the clamp
on the horizontal carriage by tightening the large adjustable
handle. (Figure 6)
FIGURE 6
7. Loosen the Quick Adjust Handle and pull the gearbox
away from the carriage plate. This will allow the Vertical
Drive Carriage to slide onto the rail without pneumatic
power to rotate the drive. Center the carriage on the vertical
rail and push the gearbox back toward the carriage plate.
This will engage the gear into the rail slots. Verify the gear
is engaging the slots correctly and tighten the quick adjust
handle. (Figure 7)
FIGURE 7
8. Install the four Rail Stops at both ends of the top, slotted,
horizontal rail, and both ends of the vertical slotted rail.
(Figure 8)
NOTE: Verify the mounting brackets and rail clamps are
securely tightened, and the drive carriages are securely
engaged, and the adjustable handles are tightened.
Never loosen the vertical gearbox once the Hose Guide
Assembly and tractor are installed, as it may result in the
carriage falling vertically down. This may cause damage
to the equipment and/or injury.
FIGURE 8
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HOSE GUIDE ASSEMBLY - OVERVIEW
ABX-201
HOSE GUIDE ASSEMBLY
ABX 117-XX
GUIDE TUBES
(MULTIPLE SIZES AVAILABLE)
PITCH ADJUST
HANDLE
GUIDE TUBE
CLAMP HANDLE
ABX-121-XX COLLET
(MULTIPLE SIZES AVAILABLE)
MOUNTING
BRACKET
QUICK RELEASE PIN
HIGH
VISIBILITY
HOUSING
HOSE STOP CLAMPS
(MULTIPLE SIZES AVAILABLE)
*OPTIONAL ABX 140-XX GUIDE TUBE
ANTI-TWIST CLAMP
DESIGNED TO KEEP
PITCH ALIGNMENT
BETWEEN LONGER
GUIDE TUBES
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SEE “PART DIAGRAM“
PAGES FOR SIZING.
HOSE GUIDE ASSEMBLY SET-UP
HOSE GUIDE ASSEMBLY
1. Select the appropriate Guide Tube size and length for the application from the chart at the bottom of the previous page.
• The length of the Guide Tubes for an exchanger bundle with no channel head is 12.5 in. (318 mm).
• A deeper channel head will require extended Guide Tubes. The depth of the channel head added to the 12.5 in. (318 mm) length will
give the desired tube length.
• Longer guide tubes are available if required for use with channel heads.
NOTICE
The Banshee tool should not have excessive clearance if the correct length Guide Tube size is used.
2. To remove the existing Guide Tubes, loosen the Tube Clamp Lever and the Pitch Adjust Lever, located on top of the Hose Guide
Assembly. After selecting the appropriate Guide Tubes, install the Guide Tubes into the Hose Guide Assembly.
3. Secure the Guide Tubes by tightening the Tube Clamp Lever and Pitch Adjust Lever, when the desired pitch has been set.
4. Select the appropriate Collet and Hose Stops from the chart on the previous page and reserve them for future Hose and Collet
installation instructions in this manual.
WARNING
Appropriate size Collet selection is CRITICAL to ensuring proper backout prevention of the tool.
ROLLER
HOSE O.D.
Ø 1.94 IN.
ORANGE
.27-.41 in
(7 mm - 10 mm)
Ø 1.85 IN.
BLACK
Ø 1.75 IN.
BLUE
.44-.50 in
(11 mm - 13 mm)
.52-.61 in
(13 mm - 16 mm)
SPIR
STAR
PARKER
COLLET SIZE
COLLET PART
NUMBER
HOSE STOP SIZE
HOSE STOP
PART NUMBER
3/2
2240D-02
.297 in. / 8 mm
ABX 121-297
.27-.34 / 7-9 mm
HS 121-27-34
3/4, 4/2
2240D-025, 2440D-02
.328 in. / 8 mm
ABX 121-328
.27-.34 / 7-9 mm
HS 121-27-34
3/6, 5/2
2240D-03
.406 in. / 10 mm
ABX 121-406
.34-.42 / 9-11 mm
HS 121-34-42
4/4
2448D-025
.438 in. / 11 mm
ABX 121-438
.34-.42 / 9-11 mm
HS 121-34-42
4/6, 5/4,
6/2
2240D-04
.460 in. / 12 mm
ABX 121-460
.42-.50 / 11-13 mm
HS 121-42-50
2640D-025 2740D-025
.484 in. / 12 mm
ABX 121-484
.42-.50 / 11-13 mm
HS 121-42-50
6/4
2440D-04
.516 in. / 13 mm
ABX 121-516
.50-.56 / 13-14 mm
HS 121-50-56
5/6, 8/2
2240D-05, 2740D-03
.547 in. / 14 mm
ABX 121-547
.50-.56 / 13-14 mm
HS 121-50-56
.594 in. / 14 mm
ABX 121-594
.56-.61 / 14-16 mm
HS 121-56-61
.625 in. / 15 mm
ABX 121-625
.56-.61 / 14-16 mm
HS 121-56-61
8/4
2440D-05
2 3
2 3
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StoneAge (SA) PART NUMBER GUIDE TUBE REFERENCE CHART
GUIDE TUBE
BANSHEE
INSIDE DIAMETER, LENGTH
ABX 115-12
BN9.5
.459 in / 12 mm, 12.5 in. / 318 mm
ABX 115-36
BN9.5
.459 in / 12 mm, 36 in. / 914 mm
ABX 116-12
BN13
.546 in / 14 mm, 12.5 in. / 318 mm
ABX 116-36
BN13
.546 in / 14 mm, 36 in. / 914 mm
ABX 117-12
BN15
.674 in / 17 mm, 12.5 in. / 318 mm
ABX 117-36
BN15
.674 in / 17 mm, 36 in. / 914 mm
ABX 119-12
BN18
.745 in / 19 mm, 12.5 in. / 318 mm
ABX 119-36
BN18
.745 in / 19 mm, 36 in. / 914 mm
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HOSE GUIDE ASSEMBLY TO LIGHTWEIGHT POSITIONER SET UP
ATTACH HOSE GUIDE ASSEMBLY TO LIGHTWEIGHT POSITIONER
1. Using a 9/16 in. wrench, loosen all four rail clamp bolts located on the vertical carriage. Install the Hose Guide Assembly into the rail
clamps and adjust position until the Guide Tubes are approximately 1/2 in. (13 mm) away from the tube sheet face. Tighten the four rail
clamp bolts.
2. Loosen the Pitch Adjustment Levers and adjust the guide tubes until they are in line with pitch of the tubes in the bundle.
3. Tighten Tube Clamp and Pitch Adjustment Levers until tubes are secured in position.
Heat exchanger
tube bundle face
1
3
2
1/2”
(13 mm)
Adjust position until the Guide
Tubes are approximately 1/2 in.
(13 mm) away from the face of
the heat exchanger.
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ABX-2L HOSE TRACTOR - OVERVIEW
AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) HOSE TRACTOR
ROLLER AND COLLET
REFERENCE CHART
COLOR CODED
JIC FITTINGS
WITH DUST CAPS
HANDLE
DOOR PIN
FORWARD
AND REVERSE
SPEED
CONTROLS
QUICK
RELEASE
PIN
MOUNTING
BRACKET
DRIVE ROLLERS
DOOR
QUICK
RELEASE
PINS
MOUNTING BRACKET
FOR HOSE GUIDE
ASSEMBLY
PNEUMATIC SUPPLY LINES
(COME BUNDLED IN NYLON
SHEATH)
PNEUMATIC SUPPLY LINE PACKAGE
25 FT / 7620 mm
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ABX-2L HOSE TRACTOR - DOORS AND PINS
DOOR
Always run the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor with the doors closed and locked.
DOOR PIN
The Door Pin is a spring plunger with a pull ring. To unlock the door, pull and twist the pull
ring, then release it so that it is no longer in the groove. Close the door by raising it into
position. To lock the door, pull and twist the pull ring, then release it into the groove of the pin.
UNLOCKED
NOTE: Make sure to lock both doors on each side of the Hose Tractor before operating
AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor.
OPEN DOOR
POSITION
LOCKED
DOOR
PIN
DOOR
PINS
CLOSED DOOR
POSITION
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ABX-2L HOSE TRACTOR - DRIVE ROLLERS
WARNING
Always de-energize the system before servicing or replacing any parts. Failure to do so can result in severe injury and/or death.
Keep hands, hair, and clothing clear of rotating parts.
TO REPLACE THE DRIVE ROLLERS:
1. Select the correct roller size for the particular hose being used:
ROLLER
HOSE O.D.
Ø 1.94 IN.
ORANGE
.27-.41 in
(7 mm - 10 mm)
Ø 1.85 IN.
BLACK
Ø 1.75 IN.
BLUE
.44-.50 in
(11 mm - 13 mm)
.52-.61 in
(13 mm - 16 mm)
SPIR
STAR
PARKER
COLLET SIZE
COLLET PART
NUMBER
HOSE STOP SIZE
HOSE STOP
PART NUMBER
3/2
2240D-02
.297 in. / 8 mm
ABX 121-297
.27-.34 / 7-9 mm
HS 121-27-34
3/4, 4/2
2240D-025, 2440D-02
.328 in. / 8 mm
ABX 121-328
.27-.34 / 7-9 mm
HS 121-27-34
3/6, 5/2
2240D-03
.406 in. / 10 mm
ABX 121-406
.34-.42 / 9-11 mm
HS 121-34-42
4/4
2448D-025
.438 in. / 11 mm
ABX 121-438
.34-.42 / 9-11 mm
HS 121-34-42
4/6, 5/4,
6/2
2240D-04
.460 in. / 12 mm
ABX 121-460
.42-.50 / 11-13 mm
HS 121-42-50
2640D-025 2740D-025
.484 in. / 12 mm
ABX 121-484
.42-.50 / 11-13 mm
HS 121-42-50
6/4
2440D-04
.516 in. / 13 mm
ABX 121-516
.50-.56 / 13-14 mm
HS 121-50-56
5/6, 8/2
2240D-05, 2740D-03
.547 in. / 14 mm
ABX 121-547
.50-.56 / 13-14 mm
HS 121-50-56
.594 in. / 14 mm
ABX 121-594
.56-.61 / 14-16 mm
HS 121-56-61
.625 in. / 15 mm
ABX 121-625
.56-.61 / 14-16 mm
HS 121-56-61
8/4
2440D-05
ABX 272 (ORANGE)
ABX 271 (BLACK)
ABX 273 (BLUE)
2. Slowly run the Drive Rollers in order to orient the key ways of the Drive Rollers upward and the spring plungers downward.
NOTE: Rollers should be removed with the keyway facing up to prevent losing keys.
3. Use a small common screwdriver or similar tool to depress the ball spring plunger, and pull the rollers straight out from the shafts.
4. Prior to reinstalling the Drive Rollers onto the shafts, apply a liberal coat of Anti-seize to the shaft OD and keys.
We recommend Mariners Choice Never-Seez®.
5. Install the Drive Rollers by sliding into place until the spring plungers snap out.
NOTE: Drive Rollers should be installed with the keyway facing up to prevent losing keys.
6. Once the correct Drive rollers are installed, close and lock the doors. The Hose Tractor can now be installed onto the Hose Guide.
SPRING PLUNGER
ORIENTATION
KEY WAY
DRIVE
ROLLERS (X6)
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ABX-2L HOSE TRACTOR TO GUIDE ASSEMBLY
ATTACH AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) HOSE TRACTOR TO HOSE GUIDE ASSEMBLY
1. Remove the lower quick release pin from the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor.
2. Slide the mounting bracket over the block on the Hose Guide Assembly and lay the pin onto the top slot on the Hose Guide
Assembly mounting block.
3. Install the lower pin through the mounting bracket on the Hose Tractor and the block on the Hose Guide Assembly.
2
3
1
The tractor is now
securely mounted to the
Hose Guide Assembly
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CONTROL BOX - OVERVIEW
CONTROL BOX
TOP VIEW
MOMENTARY
PNEUMATIC
DUMP CONTROL
HOSE FEED
LEVER
HOSE CLAMP
PRESSURE REGULATOR
HOSE CLAMP
PRESSURE GAUGE
POSITIONER
CONTROLS
CONTROL BOX
CONTROL BOX
REAR VIEW
FRONT VIEW
POLE MOUNT
MAIN BOX
FRAME
WITH THUMB SCREW
1/4” (6 mm) PUSH CONNECT
PNEUMATIC DUMP
VERTICAL
CONTROL FITTING
POSITIONER
FITTINGS
WITH DUST CAPS
PRESSURE
REGULATOR
FILTER,
REGULATOR,
LUBRICATOR
INLET AIR
FITTING
TRIPOD
LEGS
INLINE OILER
FEED
ADJUSTMENT
AIR SUPPLY
FITTING
COLOR CODED
JIC FITTINGS
WITH DUST CAP
WITH DUST CAPS
HORIZONTAL
POSITIONER
FITTINGS
WITH DUST CAPS
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JIC FITTING
WITH DUST CAP
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CONTROL BOX SET-UP
ASSEMBLE CONTROL BOX, FRL, AND TRIPOD BASE
1. Setup the tripod base in a location with good visibility to the
bundle face, but at a safe distance away from waterblast zone.
2. Slide the vertical tube into the tripod base. Secure with the
supplied thumbscrew knob. Note: The vertical tube has a hole
through one wall that the thumbscrew must engage.
4. Slide the Control Box over the vertical tube. The Control Box
has a stop that keeps it located at the top of the vertical tube.
Secure with the supplied thumbscrew knob.
5. Install and tighten the short 1/2 in. (13 mm) I.D. hose between
the FRL and the Control Box.
3. Slide the Filter, Regulator, Lubricator (FRL) assembly over the
vertical tube down to the tripod base. Secure with the supplied
thumbscrew knob.
Note: The vertical tube has a hole through one wall that
the thumbscrew must engage.
FILTER, REGULATOR,
LUBRICATOR, ASSEMBLY
(FRL)
THUMBSCREW
KNOB
(ALIGN WITH
PRE-DRILLED
HOLE ON
TUBE INSERT)
4
3
2
5
1
THUMBSCREW
KNOB
(ALIGN WITH
PRE-DRILLED
HOLE ON
TUBE INSERT)
TUBE
INSERT
THUMBSCREW
KNOB
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CONTROL BOX AIR SUPPLY FITTING
AIR SUPPLY AND LUBRICATOR SETTING
WARNING
1.The Control Box is supplied with a twist claw style inlet
coupling (Chicago style) located on the side of the FRL
Assembly. Connect a compatible compressed air line (not
included) according to the Manufacturer’s instructions. If
another pneumatic connection is preferred, this fitting can
be removed and any male 1/2 in (13 mm) NPT fitting may
be used.
Maximum operating air pressure is 100 psi (0.7 MPa). Never
exceed 125 psi (0.86 MPa) supply pressure. Exceeding 125 psi
(0.86 MPa) supply pressure may result in injury to the Operator
and/or damage to the equipment.
2.Using the regulator adjust the operating air pressure to 100
psi (0.7 MPa) for the application.
AIR SUPPLY FITTING
A universal AIR SUPPLY FITTING (Chicago style) is located on the
FRL. Connect a compatible compressed air line (not included) according
to the Manufacturer’s instructions. If another pneumatic connection is
preferred, this fitting can be removed and any male ½ in (13 mm) NPT
fitting may be used.
ADJUST INLINE OILER
TO FEED 1 DROP OF OIL
EVERY 30-60 SECONDS
FOR HIGH SPEED OR
CONTINUOUS DUTY
USAGE
PNEUMATIC DUMP CONTROL FITTING AND LINE
A MOMENTARY PNEUMATIC DUMP CONTROL is located on the
Control Box panel and can be set up to control an air actuated dump valve.
To utilize the toggle, the end user will need to install 1/4 in. (6 mm) O.D.
nylon tubing (not included) between the PNEUMATIC DUMP CONTROL
FITTING and the pneumatic dump valve.
PNEUMATIC DUMP
CONTROL FITTING
¼ IN OD TUBING
(NOT INCLUDED)
CONTROL BOX REAR VIEW
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CONTROL BOX TO AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) HOSE TRACTOR ASSEMBLY
PNEUMATIC SUPPLY LINE CONNECTIONS
1. Remove the dust caps from the Joint Industry Council (JIC)
fittings of the Control Box and the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2)
Hose Tractor.
2. Connect the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor to the
Control Box with two 1/2 in. (13 mm) JIC hoses and one 1/4
in. (6 mm) JIC hose. Verify the Control Box rotates the rollers
in the appropriate direction and that the clamp functions
correctly.
4. Connect the vertical positioner drive air motor to the Control
Box with two 1/4 in. (6 mm) JIC hoses. Verify the Control
Box moves the vertical carriage in the appropriate direction.
5. Test the Control Box before operating the AUTOBOX® (ABX2L-V2) Hose Tractor with high pressure water to verify the
control valves move the hose in the intended direction, and
that the dump valve is working properly.
3. Connect the horizontal positioner drive air motor to the
Control Box with two 1/4 in. (6 mm) JIC hoses. Verify the
Control Box moves the horizontal carriage in the appropriate
direction.
FORWARD
LEFT
UP
REVERSE
RIGHT
DOWN
CLAMP
Note: The 4 Positioner control lines are not color
coded. Colors are shown in manual for clarity.
3
4
2
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REAR VIEW
OPERATION
COLLET INSERTION, HOSE, AND HOSE STOP INSTALLATION
1
1. Remove Quick Release Pin and pull out existing Collet.
2. Insert Banshee tool on hose through the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2)
Hose Tractor, and hose Hose Guide Assembly. Be sure that the
Banshee tool and hose end pass the location of the Collet.
3. Select the appropriate Collet size for the diameter of the hoses.
(See “Recommended Collets For Common Hose Sizes” plaque on
the top plate of the ABX-2L-V2 Tractor or the side of the vertical
carriage on the Lightweight Positioner.)
4. Install the Collet and quick release pin.
5. Pull on the hoses from the back of the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2)
Hose Tractor to ensure that the Collet does not allow the Banshee
to back out of the Guide or Hose Tractor.
6. To install hose stops, push tool through until the tips are 1-2”
(25-51 mm) past the end of the tube bundle. Loosely install the stop,
then push toward the mounting bracket and tighten in place.
WARNING
Appropriate size Collet selection is CRITICAL to ensuring proper anti-withdrawal prevention of the tool. See “Recommended Collets For
Common Hose Sizes” plaque on the top plate of the ABX-2L-V2 Tractor or the side of the vertical carriage on the Lightweight Positioner.
2
COLLET
REMOVED
BANSHEE TOOL WITH HOSE END,
MUST BE PAST THE COLLET SLOT
BEFORE INSERTING THE COLLET
4
COLLET
INSERTED
5
6
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OPERATION
CONTROL PANEL FUNCTIONS
HOSE FEED LEVER• The HOSE FEED LEVER will move the hose in the forward (feeding) and reverse (retracting) directions. The OFF position is at the spring
centered middle position and will stop the Drive Rollers from turning. The speed controls are located on the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose
Tractor. Speed is independently adjustable for Forward/Reverse. Minimum speed is .2ft/sec (6 cm/sec). Maximum speed is 3.0ft/sec
(914 mm/sec).
POSITIONER CONTROLS• UP/DOWN will move the PRODRIVE Tractor (ABX-PRO) up and down the tube face bundle. Push forward to move the assembly UP,
release to STOP the motion, push down to move the assembly down.
• LEFT/RIGHT will move the PRODRIVE Tractor (ABX-PRO) from side to side along the tube face bundle. Push left to move the assembly
to the LEFT, release the lever to STOP the motion, push RIGHT to move the assembly to the right.
MOMENTARY PNEUMATIC DUMP CONTROL• To use the DUMP CONTROL, hold it in the FORWARD position to route the high-pressure water to the tool. Release the knob to divert
the high-pressure water away from the tool.
• To de-energize the system, release the HOSE FEED LEVER and rel
ease the MOMENTARY PNEUMATIC DUMP CONTROL.
This will stop the Drive Rollers from moving and reroute the high-pressure water away from the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor.
TEST RUN PROCEDURE
• Perform the PRE-RUN SAFETY CHECK (SEE PAGE 6).
• Ensure appropriate Collet is installed and hose clamp pressure is set at 20-30psi (.14-.20 MPa)
• Operate the high-pressure hose and waterjet tool at full pressure to test the clamp force. Proper clamp force will provide good control of the
hose in forward and reverse directions.
• Adjust the hose feed speed controls. Proper forward and reverse speeds will vary, depending on the type of material being removed and the
tube size. Adjustment of the hose feed speed controls may be necessary during operation in order to optimize cleaning and overall productivity.
• Operate the high-pressure water at full pressure and use the MOMENTARY PNEUMATIC DUMP CONTROL to verify that the dump valve is
working properly.
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• After assembling and verifying, the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor system is ready for operation.
• Once all hose connections have been secured and verified, it is recommended to flush the hoses and verify the dump valve is working properly
before installing the Banshee tools.
• After flushing the hoses, install the Banshee tools and insert both tools into the back of the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor. It may be
necessary to twist the hoses slightly as the tools and hose ends are manually pushed through the Drive Rollers.
• Once the Banshees are inside the Guide Tubes, install the Collet (anti-withdrawal protection). The appropriate Collet must be verified,
installed, secured, tested, and performance confirmed before operating at high pressure.
• Adjust the clamp pressure to 20-30 psi. (.14-.20 MPa). Align the Guide Tubes with an open set of tubes in the heat exchanger bundle.
• Feed forward and advance the hoses into the tube bundle at low pressure and wait for the tools to exit the far side of the heat exchanger.
• Set the forward hose stops in the desired position to ensure the entire tube is cleaned, but that the hose crimp does not fully exit the tube.
• Retract the hoses into the Guide Tubes.
• Close the dump and gradually increase the pump to the desired operating pressure.
• Feed forward and advance the hoses into the tube bundle. Dump and make any desired changes to forward and/or reverse operating speeds.
• If the Drive Rollers are slipping excessively, increase the clamp pressure. It is recommended to operate the clamp pressure as low as possible
without excessive slippage. Optimal clamp pressure is achieved when the Drive Rollers slip ½ to 1 full rotation after hitting the hose stops (forward) or the Collet engages the hose crimp (reverse). It is recommended to use hose supplied with the secondary crimp so the (anti-withdrawal
protection) Collet does not impact the pressure containing crimp.
• Operate the left/right and up/down positioner functions to begin high pressure cleaning at the preferred location on the tube bundle.
• Always align the Guide Tubes as closely as possible with the heat exchanger tubes before advancing the hoses
• When operating the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2), an obstacle or restriction within a heat exchanger tube may be encountered. When this occurs,
the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) is designed to slow and stall the air drive motor, stopping the advancement of the hose, lance, and Banshee tool.
The operator should stop forward feed and reverse the lance feed direction, backing the tool away from the obstruction. Repeat the back and
forth operation, until the resistance or obstruction is cleared via the cleaning action of Banshee tool at the end of the hose. The AUTOBOX®
(ABX-2L-V2) is not designed for Drive Roller slip. If slippage occurs, gradually increase the clamp force using the HOSE CLAMP PRESSURE
REGULATOR on the Control Box.
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OPERATION
HIGH-PRESSURE HOSE
• The AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor is designed to be used with Parker Pro-Lance® and/or Spir Star Blast-Pro® hose ends. Standard
hose ends may not fit into Hose Tractor and/or Guide Tubes. Note: MAXIMUM hose end diameter must NOT exceed .71 in. (18 mm)
• Only high quality hoses intended for waterblast applications should be used as high-pressure hoses. Pressure rating of high-pressure hoses
MUST NEVER be exceeded.
• Verify that the high-pressure hose is properly installed in the back-out preventer. Operate the high-pressure hose and waterjet tool at full
pressure to test the clamp force. Proper clamp force will provide good control of the hose in forward and reverse directions, and keep the hose
running through the Drive Rollers.
The AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor MUST be supervised at all times.
• • HOSE LENGTHS The ABX-2L-V2 has a variety of accessories that will require additional hose length to be considered in addition to the tube
bundle length. This should be verified prior to ordering high pressure hose for each job. The chart below shows the actual length of each configuration and recommended additional length necessary to keep the assembly from lifting off the ground during operation. Provide the tube
bundle length and use the chart to follow the calculation below to determine the total hose length.
(Tube Bundle Length, in./mm) + (Actual Length of Configuration, in./mm) + (Recommended Additional Connection Length, in./mm)
= Total Hose Length in./mm
ACCESSORY CONFIGURATIONS
ABX-2L, Hose Guide, and Lightweight Positioner
ACTUAL LENGTH OF
CONFIGURATION
RECOMMENDED ADDITIONAL
CONNECTION LENGTH
32.9 in / 836 mm
39 in / 991 mm
ABX-2L, Hose Guide, Lightweight Positioner, and HCS
145.0 in / 3683 mm
39 in / 991 mm
ABX-2L, Fin Fan Guide, Fin Fan Snout
128.5 in / 3264 mm
39 in / 991 mm
ABX-2L, Fin Fan Guide, Fin Fan Snout, and HCS
240.6 in / 6111 mm
39 in / 991 mm
Example: The hose length equation for a 20ft (6096 mm) tube bundle with ABX-2L, Hose Guide, and Lightweight Positioner would be;
STANDARD:
(20ft x 12 in/ft) + 32.9 in + 39 in = 311.9 in.
METRIC:
6096 mm + 836 mm + 991 mm = 7922 mm
NOTICE
Do not use a shrouded hose or hose with a steel protective cover. This will cause severe damage to the Drive Rollers.
• Open the door to install the high-pressure hose. The HOSE CLAMP PRESSURE REGULATOR on the Control Box MUST be turned
to zero pressure to open the Drive Rollers for easy hose installation. Insert the hose, equipped with the waterjet tool, between the Drive
Rollers. Increase the pressure on the HOSE CLAMP PRESSURE REGULATOR to extend the clamp rollers and clamp the hose. Close
and lock the door before operating the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor.
Test the Control Box before operating the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor with high-pressure water to verify the control valves move the
hose in the intended direction, and that the dump valve is working properly.
HOSE CLAMP
• The Drive Rollers are controlled by turning the HOSE CLAMP PRESSURE REGULATOR. Use the HOSE CLAMP PRESSURE GAUGE
to record desired pressure for future use. Clamp force will not damage hoses. Proper clamp force will provide good control of the hose in
forward and reverse directions, and will keep the hose running through the Drive Rollers.
WARNING
Do not fully release the hose clamp (decreasing pressure to zero) during operation, or the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor will release the
hose and may create a dangerous runaway hose condition, which can result in severe injury and/or death.
Crush Hazard. Keep hands, hair, and clothing clear of drive rollers and belts. Contact with moving parts can result in severe injury.
CLAMP FORCE
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MAINTENANCE
Maintenance Item
Frequency
Maintenance Required
Forward, reverse, and clamp
fittings
Before each use
Inspect threads on fittings for wear or damage.
Forward and reverse fittings
After each use
Apply a small amount of air tool oil directly into the forward and reverse fittings. Then, briefly operate
the controls at slow speed for a short duration in each direction to coat the interior parts of the motor.
Install the dust caps onto all three fittings to keep moisture and dirt out.
NOTICE
Do not add oil to the clamp fitting, as oil may accumulate in the air cylinders and prevent them from
fully retracting.
Drive Rollers
After each use
The Drive Rollers are very durable and should last several hundred hours. However, it is
recommended to inspect all Drive Rollers for wear and/or cracks at the completion of each job.
Replacement is required when wear begins to affect the hose feed in forward or reverse, or when
it affects the hose alignment. It is recommended to replace all six Drive Rollers at the same time to
maintain optimal performance.
Belt
After each use
Check and adjust belt tension with the Rollers in the MAX open position. It may be necessary to
install a hose or other material to hold the rollers open. NOTE: Do not use any materials with sharp
edges, as they will damage the rollers. To inspect press down between the two idlers with 5 lbs of
force on the belt. The belt should deflect .25 in. ± .05 in. (6 mm ±1mm). If the belt deflects more than
.30 in. (8 mm) it should be tightened. (See Diagram below)
NOTICE
Do not use any materials with sharp edges to hold the Drive.
All components the hoses
pass through
After each use
Most wear parts are made from 17-4 PH stainless steel and should have a very long life. However, as
wear occurs the rounded edges could become sharp and damage hoses. Any components showing
excessive wear should be replaced.
Clamp Sticking
Intermittent
Remove the top plate and remove any debris from between the inner plates. DO NOT USE highpressure water.
Contact StoneAge for Safety Data Sheets for material usage, a complete list of spare part numbers, and service instructions for the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2)
Hose Tractor and Control Box.
TO REPLACE THE BELT:
•Using a 9/16” Socket, loosen the hex
head bolt and slide the idler sprocket
to the right.
•Remove the worn belt.
•Install the new belt in the wrap
pattern shown in diagram.
SETTING TENSION:
Adjust belt tension with the Drive Rollers in the MAX open
position. It may be necessary to install a hose or other
material to hold the rollers open. To inspect press down
between the two idlers with 5 lbs of force on the belt.
The belt should deflect .25 in. ± .05 in. (6 mm ±1mm).
If the belt deflects more than .30 in. (8 mm) it should be
tightened. (See Diagram below)
DUST
CAPS
FORWARD
REVERSE
.25 in. ± .05 in. (6 mm ±1mm)
CLAMP
STORAGE, TRANSPORTATION, AND HANDLING
The AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor is shipped in a custom wooden crate and should be stored upright in the same crate between jobs. When moving
the AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) Hose Tractor, lift with care to prevent bodily injury.
When storing the unit, use compressed air to blow out the air lines to remove debris and moisture. Use mild soapy water to clean the machine in order to
remove corrosive materials. Apply a small amount of air tool oil directly into the forward and reverse fittings. Then, briefly operate the controls at slow speed
for a short duration in each direction to coat the interior parts of the motor. Install the dust caps onto all three fittings to keep moisture and dirt out.
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AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) HOSE TRACTOR
#
PART NUMBER
QTY.
18
ABX 226 SHAFT, DRIVE ROLLER
6
34
ABX 247 FLOW CONTROL VALVE
MASC200-08
2
1
ABX 139-001 COLLET REFERENCE PLATE
1
19
ABX 227 SPACER, TOP SHAFT
6
2
ABX 203-002 CE SERIAL PLATE
1
20
14
3
ABX 205 SIDE PLATE INLET
1
ABX 228 BEARING .500 ID X 1.125 OD
SEALED PERMALUBE
35
ABX 248 IDLER NUT
1
36
ABX 249 RETAINING RING, HD EXT SS
6
4
ABX 206 SIDE PLATE OUTLET
1
21
ABX 229 BALL PLUNGER
5
ABX 207 PLATE, TOP
1
22
ABX 231 DRIVE ALUMINUM SPROCKET
32T X .75
6
37
ABX 250 AIR MOTOR, GLOBE
1
1
38
ABX 252 PLATE, AIR MOTOR BEARING
1
39
ABX 253 STEP KEY
6
ABX 208 GUARD, BACK ASSY
1
23
ABX 232 CAP, AIR MOTOR SHAFT
1
1
7
ABX 210 PLATE, BOTTOM
1
24
ABX 233 CYLINDER, SMC
1
40
ABX 255 PAD, BEARING PLATE RH
2
41
ABX 256 PAD, BEARING PLATE LH
8
ABX 211 DOOR ASSY
1
25
ABX 234 ROD END
1
2
9
ABX 215 PULL HANDLE RUBBER GRIP
GREY
2
26
ABX 235 PLATE, BEARING
1
42
ABX 257 BEARING 19MM X 37MM X
9MM
1
10
ABX 217 HOSE GUIDE PLATE, INNER
1
27
ABX 236 PLATE, AIR CYLINDER CLEVIS
1
43
ABX 258 SHIM WASHER
2
11
ABX 218-001 WEAR RING
2
28
12
ABX 220 PLATE, OUTER
1
29
ABX 237 CYLINDER PIVOT PLATE
1
44
1
ABX 259 FTG, ELBOW P4M X PL5F 45°
ELBOW
2
ABX 238 HEADLESS CLEVIS PIN .50 OD
X 1.25 SS
13
ABX 221 PLATE, INNER
1
45
ABX 239 SLEEVE BEARING .500 ID X
.6875 OD
2
ABX 260 FTG, P4M X PL8MMF 90°
ELBOW
2
30
14
ABX 222 PLATE, STIFFENER
2
46
2
3
31
ABX 240 SHAFT, IDLER SPROCKET
2
ABX 261 FTG, PL8MMF TO P4M
STRAIGHT ADAPTER
15
ABX 223 SHAFT, LINK
16
ABX 224 LINK BAR
4
32
ABX 242 DRIVE BELT
1
47
ABX 262 FTG PL8MMM X PL8MMF 90°
ELBOW
2
17
ABX 225 SPACER, LINK
2
33
ABX 243-001 HOSE GUIDE BLOCK
3
48
ABX 263 FTG, PL8MMF TO P4M BSPT
STRAIGHT ADAPTER
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AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) HOSE TRACTOR
CONTINUED...
NOTE: DRIVE ROLLERS, MANIFOLD,
AND SHAFT ASSEMBLIES ARE
DETAILED ON THE NEXT PAGE
#
QTY.
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ABX 286 FTG, ELBOW 90° P4M X J8 SS
2
80
GP 013-BK BLACK ID BAND, SM
1
63
ABX 290 REAR MOUNT INSIDE
ASSEMBLY
1
81
GP 013-R RED ID BAND, SM
1
64
ABX 291-001 MOUNTING BRACKET
2
82
GS 316-09 SHCS .16-32 X 2.25 SS
2
65
ABX 298 QUICK PIN 17-4 SS .38 X 3.0
4
83
GS 319-05 SHCS .19-24 X 1.25 SS
4
84
GS 325-03 SHCS .25-20 X .75 SS (TB
050)
2
85
GS 325-035 SHCS .25-20 X 0.88 SS
4
86
GS 325-09 SHCS .25-20 X 2.25 SS
6
87
GSB 313-0075 BHCS 6-32 X .188 LG SS
8
88
GSF 319-02 FHCS .19-24 X .50 LG SS
8
89
GSF 319-025 FHCS .19-24 X .63 LG SS
4
90
GSF 325-02 FHCS .25-20 X .50 LG SS
8
91
GSF 325-025 FHCS .25-20 X .63 LG SS
28
92
GSF 3M6-16-1.00 FHCS M6X1.00X16 SS
1
93
GSF 3M6-20-1.00 FHCS M6X1.00X20 SS
4
94
GSSH 0312-0375-SS SHOULDER SCREW
4
95
GW 337-F FLAT WASHER SS
1
96
HRS 563 FITTING P2 X .25 OD NYLON
PUSH 90 °
1
49
ABX 265 AIR MANIFOLD
1
50
ABX 266 FILTER, .25 NPT
2
51
ABX 267 RETAINING RING, SL EXTERNAL
SS
15
52
ABX 268-BK-1 BLACK TUBE 8MM AIR
MOTOR FWD
1
66
ABX 566 SPRING PLUNGER, PULL RING
LOCKING
4
53
ABX 268-BK-2 BLACK TUBE 8MM AIR
MOTOR FWD
1
67
BR 167 90° DUST CAP
2
68
BR 168 90° DUST CAP, J4
1
69
BRLM 191 SPRING PIN, .125 X .75
3
70
CB 558 FTG, ELBOW P4PL4
1
71
GB 325-02 BOLT, HEX .25-20 X .50 SS
2
54
ABX 268-R-1 RED TUBE 8MM AIR
MOTOR REV
1
55
ABX 268-R-2 RED TUBE 8MM AIR
MOTOR REV
1
56
ABX 270-B-1 CLAMP TUBE .25 OD
1
72
GB 325-03 BOLT, HEX .25-20 X .75 SS
2
57
ABX 272 DRIVE ROLLER, 70A SMALL
HOSE
6
73
GB 337-06 BOLT, HEX .37-16 X 1.50 SS
1
74
GB 337-07 BOLT, HEX .37-16 X 1.75 SS
1
75
GK 125-125-0750-SE-SS KEY
6
76
GK 188-188-1250-SE-SS KEY
6
77
GN 337-L NYLOK NUT SS
1
58
59
28
PART NUMBER
ABX 280 DRIVE ALUMINUM SPROCKET
26T X .50
6
ABX 281 IDLER ALUMINUM SPROCKET
26T X .50
2
60
ABX 283 PLATE, SPACER
1
78
GN 350-H-20 HEX NUT SS
1
61
ABX 285 FTG, ELBOW 90° P4M X J4 SS
1
79
GP 013-B BLUE ID BAND, SM
1
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SUB ASSEMBLIES
NOTE: PART NUMBERS, DESCRIPTIONS,
AND QUANTITIES ARE LOCATED ON
THE PREVIOUS TWO PAGES
3X UPPER DRIVE ROLLER ASSEMBLY
ABX 271 (DARK GRAY/BLACK) ROLLERS
ARE INCLUDED IN THE
AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) EPP-001
EXTRA PARTS PACKAGE
ABX 273 (BLUE ROLLERS)
ARE INCLUDED IN THE
AUTOBOX® (ABX-2L-V2) EPP-001
EXTRA PARTS PACKAGE
3X LOWER DRIVE ROLLER ASSEMBLY
MANIFOLD ASSEMBLY
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AUTOBOX® (ABX-201) HOSE GUIDE ASSEMBLY
MAIN ASSEMBLY PARTS GUIDE
NOTE:
1. BLUE GOOP IS A SWAGELOK® BRAND ANTI-SEIZE. AN EQUIVALENT ALTERNATIVE IS ACCEPTABLE.
2. BLUE LOCTITE 242® OR EQUIVALENT.
3. COLLET AND GUIDE TUBE SIZES WILL NEED TO BE CHOSEN AND PURCHASED SEPARATELY BY THE
CUSTOMER AT TIME OF ORDER.
30
#
PART NUMBER
QTY
1
ABX 130-001QUICK-RELEASE PIN, .250DIA, 3.00L, WITH 6” LANYARD
1
2
ABX 182 SPRING, COMPRESSION
4
3
ABX 183 SCREW, SET, EXTENDED POINT
2
4
ABX 184 BOX SECTION, 2L, HIGH-VISIBILITY
1
5
ABX 185 GUIDE MOUNTING BLOCK, CLAMPING, 2L
1
6
ABX 186 REAR CLAMP CHANNEL, 2L
1
7
ABX 187 PITCH CLAMP PLATE, 2L
1
8
ABX 188 PITCH CLAMP CHANNEL, 2L
1
9
GSB 319-02 SCREW, BHSC, #10-24 UNC X 0.500L
1
10
GSB 331-025 SCREW, BHSC, 5|16-18 UNC X 0.625L
9
11
GW 325-F WASHER, FLAT, 1/4”, STAINLESS
2
12
SRT 557 ADJUSTABLE HANDLE .25-20 X 1.19
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AUTOBOX® ABX-2L HOSE GUIDE ASSEMBLY ACCESSORIES
GUIDE TUBES, COLLETS, ANTI-TWIST CLAMPS AND HOSE STOPS
ABX GUIDE TUBES
ABX 11X-XX
HOSE STOP COLLETS
ABX 121-XX
GUIDE TUBE
ANTI-TWIST CLAMPS
ABX 140-XX
HOSE STOP CLAMPS
HS 121-XX-XX
StoneAge (SA) PART NUMBER GUIDE TUBE REFERENCE CHART
GUIDE TUBE
BANSHEE
INSIDE DIAMETER, LENGTH
QTY
ABX 115-12
BN9.5
.459 in / 12 mm, 12.5 in. / 318 mm
2
ABX 115-36
BN9.5
.459 in / 12 mm, 36 in. / 914 mm
2
ABX 116-12
BN13
.546 in / 14 mm, 12.5 in. / 318 mm
2
ABX 116-36
BN13
.546 in / 14 mm, 36 in. / 914 mm
2
ABX 117-12
BN15
.674 in / 17 mm, 12.5 in. / 318 mm
2
ABX 117-36
BN15
.674 in / 17 mm, 36 in. / 914 mm
2
ABX 119-12
BN18
.745 in / 19 mm, 12.5 in. / 318 mm
2
ABX 119-36
BN18
.745 in / 19 mm, 36 in. / 914 mm
2
StoneAge (SA) PART NUMBER COLLET REFERENCE CHART
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
ABX 121-297
HOSE STOP COLLET .297 in. / 8 mm
1
ABX 121-328
HOSE STOP COLLET .328 in. / 8 mm
1
ABX 121-406
HOSE STOP COLLET .406 in. / 10 mm
1
ABX 121-438
HOSE STOP COLLET .438 in. / 11 mm
1
ABX 121-460
HOSE STOP COLLET .460 in. / 12 mm
1
ABX 121-484
HOSE STOP COLLET .484 in. / 12 mm
1
ABX 121-516
HOSE STOP COLLET .516 in. / 13 mm
1
ABX 121-547
HOSE STOP COLLET .547in. / 14 mm
1
ABX 121-594
HOSE STOP COLLET .594 in. / 15 mm
1
ABX 121-625
HOSE STOP COLLET .625 in. / 16 mm
1
StoneAge (SA) PART NUMBER ANTI-TWIST CLAMP
REFERENCE CHART
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
ABX 140-625
GUIDE TUBE ANIT-TWIST CLAMP .625
1
ABX 140-840
GUIDE TUBE ANIT-TWIST CLAMP .840
1
ABX 140-875
GUIDE TUBE ANIT-TWIST CLAMP .875
1
StoneAge (SA) PART NUMBER HOSE STOP REFERENCE CHART
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
QTY
HS 121-27-34
HOSE STOP CLAMP ASSEMBLY, .27-34
2
HS 121-34-42
HOSE STOP CLAMP ASSEMBLY, .34-42
2
HS 121-42-50
HOSE STOP CLAMP ASSEMBLY, .42-.50
2
HS 121-50-56
HOSE STOP CLAMP ASSEMBLY, .50-56
2
HS 121-56-61
HOSE STOP CLAMP ASSEMBLY, .56-61
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PARTS DIAGRAM
ABX 290 REAR MOUNT ASSEMBLY
NOTE:
1. GREASE O-RING ID AND OD DURING ASSEMBLY.
#
1
2
3
4
5
6
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PART NUMBER
ABX 216-001 HOSE GUIDE PLATE, OUTER
ABX 230 SPIRAL INTERNAL RETAINING RING, .625 BORE, SS
ABX 292-001 REAR MOUNTING BRACKET, INSIDE
ABX 293 SPACER, ORING
ABX 294 ORING, SHOCK ABSORBER
GSF 319-025 FHCS .19-24 X .63 Lg SS
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1
4
1
12
10
2
PARTS DIAGRAM
LIGHTWEIGHT POSITIONER ASSEMBLY
(LWP-500-XX-V2)
NOT INCLUDED IN PACKAGE
#
PART NUMBER
QTY
1
BR 002-XX-001 2.5 BOX RAIL EXTRUSION
1
2
BU 002-XX-001 2.5 BOX RAIL EXTRUSION, SLOTTED
2
3
LWP-500.1 LIGHTWEIGHT POSITIONER PARTS
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PARTS DIAGRAM
AUTOBOX® (CB-ABX)
CONTROL BOX
NOTES:
1. ASSEMBLY REFERENCE DIMENSION SHOWN (MM) / INCHES.
#
34
PART NUMBER
QTY.
1
CB 300 CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY
1
2
CB 301 CB STAND ASSEMBLY
1
3
CB 310 FRL ASSEMBLY
1
4
CB 370-25 ABX HOSE BUNDLE ASSEMBLY
1
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AUTOBOX® (CB 300)
CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY
(CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE)
#
PART NUMBER
QTY.
1
BR 167 DUST CAP
1
5
CB 321 CB FRAME
1
6
CB 322 SIDE PLATE
2
7
CB 323 BRACE REAR
2
8
CB 324 BRACE FRONT
2
19
CB 355 FTG P8J8 BRASS MALE TO MALE
25
GPTB 0375-PUR95A-BL
8FT
28
GTB 319-02-32 BHTS .19-32 X .50 LG TORX-SS
42
1
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PARTS DIAGRAM
AUTOBOX® (CB 300)
CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY (CONTINUED)
FRONT ASSEMBLY
TOP ASSEMBLY
REAR ASSEMBLY
TOP ASSEMBLY
#
QTY.
13
CB 333-HD PNEUM3WAYASSY
3
22
GB 337-03 BOLT, HEX .37-16 X .75 SS
4
1
BR 167 DUST CAP
1
14
1
23
GN 319-L NYLOK NUT SS (HC 025.1)
4
2
CB 304-001 CE SERIAL PLATE
1
CB 334 RY3 AAA PILOTED SPOOL VALVE
ASSY
1
4
1
CB 335 REG ASSY
GPH 319-08 PHPMS 10-24 X 2.00 SS
CB 314 3-LOBE KNOB
15
24
3
1
1
4
CB 320 GRAPHIC OVERLAY
CB 337-HD PNEUM3WAYASSY - DUMP
GR 125-SS-188-250 RIVET
4
16
26
2
CB 347 CAP PLATE
1
GSB 3M8-16-1.25 BHCS M8X1.25 X
16 SS
2
CB 325 HANDLE TOP
17
27
9
10
CB 326 HANDLE FRONT
1
18
CB 349 FTG P4F PL6 STRAIGHT
1
28
42
11
CB 327-001 COUPLER PLATE, REAR
ASSEMBLY
1
19
CB 355 FTG P8J8 BRASS MALE TO
MALE
1
GTB 319-02-32 BHTS .19-32 X .50 LG
TORX-SS
29
CB 328-001 POLE MOUNT
2
CB 548-SS GAUGE
1
GTB 331-025 BHTS .31-18 X .63 LG
TORX-SS
4
20
21
GSB 313-02 BHCS 6-32 X .50 LG SS
3
30
GW 337-F FLAT WASHER SS
2
12
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COUPLER PLATE, REAR ASSEMBLY
NOTES:
1. INSTALL ALL PUSH LOCK FITTINGS TO THE BACK SIDE.
2. INSTALL ALL JIC FITTINGS TO THE FRONT SIDE.
3. ASSURE THREAD TAPE OR PIPE DOPE IS USED ON ALL FITTINGS
4. INSTALL ALL GP 011 BANDS OVER COUPLER AND AGAINST FACE OF PLATE.
#
PART NUMBER
QTY.
1
BR 167 DUST CAP
2
2
BR 168 DUST CAP, J4
5
3
CB 327.1-001 COUPLER PLATE, REAR WELDMENT
1
4
CB 330 P8PL6 4-WAY MANIFOLD
1
5
CB 339 P4P6 MANIFOLD 2-WAY
1
6
CB 343 FTG P8P4 BUSHING
1
7
CB 346 FTG P8 T-FITTING
1
8
CB 351 FTG P4PL6 SWIVEL ELBOW
6
9
CB 354 FTG P4PL6 STRAIGHT
2
10
CB 356 FTG P4J4 BRASS MALE TO MALE
5
11
CB 357 FTG P4J8 BRASS MALE TO MALE
2
12
CB 365 FTG P4P4 ELBOW
1
13
CB 704 PRESSURE REGULATOR, 60 PSI
1
14
GP 011-B BLUE ID BAND MED
1
15
GP 011-BK BLACK ID BAND MED
1
16
GP 011-R RED ID BAND MED
1
17
SM 309 FITTING, BUSHING P4M PL4
1
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PARTS DIAGRAM
AUTOBOX® (CB 301)
CB STAND ASSEMBLY
#
PART NUMBER
QTY.
1
CB 3001.1 CUSTOM SUMNER STAND
1
2
CB 303 MTG POLE
1
3
CB 314 3-LOBE KNOB
1
4
PL 163 DECAL, LEG TOWARD OPERATOR
1
AUTOBOX® (CB 370-25)
CONTROL LINE ASSEMBLY
38
#
PART NUMBER
1
GP 053 1/2” PUSH-ON BRASS HOSE FITTING 1/2” JIC
4
2
GPHO 0250-RUB-RD 1/4” ID X 1/2” OD PUSH-ON AIR HOSE, BUNA-N/PVC, 250 PSI, RED
1
25’
3
GPHO 0500-RUB-BK 1/2” ID X 3/4” OD PUSH-ON AIR HOSE, BUNA-N/PVC, 250 PSI, BLACK
1
25’
4
GPHO 0500-RUB-RD 1/2” ID X 3/4” OD PUSH-ON AIR HOSE, BUNA-N/PVC, 250 PSI, RED
1
25’
5
GPHS 2000-OLE-A-BK 2.00 DIA HEAVY DUTY MOISTURE SEAL HEAT-SHRINK
2
5”
6
GPSL 1750-NYL-G-BK 1.75 DIA BRAIDED EXPANDABLE HEAVY DUTY NYLON
1
24’
7
SRT 122 1/4” PUSH-ON BRASS HOSE FITTING 1/4” JIC
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AUTOBOX® (CB 310)
FRL ASSEMBLY
SEE NEXT PAGE FOR
CB 312 PARTS LIST
NOTES:
1. CLEAN ALL DEBRIS & OILS BEFORE INSTALLING. INSTALL AT APPROXIMATE ORIENTATION AND LOCATION & AT ROOM
TEMP.
2. APPLY BLUE LOCTITE (PN: 242 OR EQUIVALENT) TO ALL STRAIGHT THREADED FASTENERS.
3. APPLY THREAD SEALANT (LOCTITE 567 OR EQUIVALENT) TO ALL TAPERED THREADS.
4. ADD BLUE GOOP WHICH IS A SWAGELOK BRAN ANTI-SEIZE TO ALL OTHER THREADED HARDWARE OR AN EQUIVALENT
ALTERNATIVE IS ACCEPTABLE.
#
QTY.
11
GB 337-03 BOLT, HEX .37-16 X .75 SS
2
1
CB 052-14 HOSE ASSY (FOR CB ABX)
PART NUMBER
1
12
GN 331-L NYLOK NUT SS
2
2
CB 114 INLET FITTING
1
13
GSB 331-035 BHCS .31-18 X .88 LG SS
4
3
CB 311 FRL FRAME
1
14
GTB 319-02-32 BHTS .19-32 X .50 LG TORX-SS
4
4
CB 312 GEN3 FILTER-REGULATOR-LUBRICATOR WITH GEN2 CLAMP
1
15
GW 331-F FLAT WASHER SS
2
5
CB 313 ROD
2
16
GW 337-F FLAT WASHER SS
2
6
CB 314 3-LOBE KNOB
1
17
HRS 573 FITTING 90 DEG P8J8
1
7
CB 328-001 POLE MOUNT
1
18
ML 077-P8 BUSHING
1
8
CB 395 FRL BRACKET
1
19
PL 156-125 CAUTION INLET AIR, 125PSI MAX
1
9
CB 792 VALVE, AUTODRAIN, P8
1
20
SBT 292.1 FTG 90° ELBOW P8MP8M
1
10
CB 793 BREATHER, SINTERED BRONZE, P4
1
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AUTOBOX® (CB 312)
GEN 3 FILTER, REGULATOR, LUBRICATOR WITH GEN 2 CLAMP
#
40
PART NUMBER
QTY.
1
CB 312.1 FILTER REGULATOR ASSEMBLY
1
2
CB 312.1.1 FILTER REGULATOR BOWL
1
3
CB 312.1.6 FILTER
1
4
CB 312.1.7 GAUGE WITH LENS
1
5
CB 312.1.8 ORING
2
6
CB 312.2 LUBRICATOR ASSEMBLY
1
7
CB 312.2.2 LUBRICATOR BOWL
1
8
CB 312.3 SPACER W BRACKET
1
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1
LWP-500 POSITIONER
2
AST-200 AUTOSTROKE – AUTOMATIC BLOCKAGE SENSOR
HEAD CONTACTS BLOCKAGE
AND STOPS ROTATING
• With its multiple mounting options, the LWP-100 positioner can
adapt to almost any heat exchanger.
• Two high-powered pneumatic motors provide fast, precise
positioning.
• Entire unit can be set up and operated with a single operator
and minimal hand tools.
• Anodized aluminum rails provide maximum chemical and
corrosion resistance.
• Maximizes head life and cleaning efficiency by automatically detecting
blockages and methodically working through the obstruction
• Easily installs in-line to your pneumatic lines.
• The perfect complement to your ABX-2L system.
AUTOSTROKE 'SENSES' BLOCKAGE AND
PULLS HOSE BACK SIGHTLY TO REGAIN
HEAD ROTATION
HEAD REGAINS NORMAL ROTATION AND
HOSE FEED CONTINUES
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HCS-2L – HOSE CONTAINMENT
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FIN-FAN ATTACHMENT
• Holds up to 100 ft (30 m) of hose.
• Built-in backout prevention for improved job site safety.
• Keeps job site clear of trip hazards.
• Helps manage hoses for easy transport and storage.
• Greatly extends hose life.
• Allows the ABX-2L to be operated in confined walkways to
access Fin-Fan exchangers.
• Adjustable pitch.
• Customized lengths available.
• Scaffold attachment available.
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1. Acceptance of Terms and Conditions. Receipt of these Terms and
Conditions of Sale (“Terms and Conditions”) shall operate as the acceptance
by StoneAge, Inc. (“Seller”) of the order submitted by the purchaser (“Buyer”).
Such acceptance is made expressly conditional on assent by Buyer to these
Terms and Conditions. Such assent shall be deemed to have been given
unless written notice of objection to any of these Terms and Conditions
(including inconsistencies between Buyer’s purchase order and this
acceptance) is given by Buyer to Seller promptly on receipt hereof.
Seller desires to provide Buyer with prompt and efficient service.
However, to individually negotiate the terms of each sales contract would
substantially impair Seller’s ability to provide such service. Accordingly,
the product(s) furnished by Seller are sold only according to the terms and
conditions stated herein and with the terms and conditions stated in any
effective StoneAge Dealer Agreement or StoneAge Reseller Agreement,
if applicable. Notwithstanding any terms and conditions on Buyer’s
order, Seller’s performance of any contract is expressly made conditional
on Buyer’s agreement to these Terms and Conditions unless otherwise
specifically agreed to in writing by Seller. In the absence of such agreement,
commencement of performance, shipment and/or delivery shall be for Buyer’s
convenience only and shall not be deemed or construed to be an acceptance
of Buyer’s terms and conditions.
2. Payment/Prices. Unless other arrangements have been made in writing
between Seller and Buyer, payment for the product(s) shall be made upon
receipt of invoice. The prices shown on the face hereof are those currently in
effect. Prices invoiced shall be per pricelist in effect at the time of shipment.
Prices are subject to increase for inclusion of any and all taxes which are
applicable and which arise from the sale, delivery or use of the product(s),
and the collection of which Seller is or may be responsible to provide to any
governmental authority, unless acceptable exemption certificates are provided
by Buyer in accordance with applicable law. Buyer shall pay all charges for
transportation and delivery and all excise, order, occupation, use or similar
taxes, duties, levies, charges or surcharges applicable to the product(s) being
purchased, whether now in effect or hereafter imposed by any governmental
authority, foreign or domestic.
3. Warranty. SELLER MAKES NO WARRANTIES OR REPRESENTATIONS AS
TO THE PERFORMANCE OF ANY PRODUCT EXCEPT AS SET FORTH IN THE
STONEAGE LIMITED WARRANTY PROVIDED WITH THE PRODUCT.
4. Delivery. Seller is not obligated to make delivery by a specified date, but
will always use its best efforts to make delivery within the time requested.
The proposed shipment date is an estimate. Seller will notify Buyer promptly
of any material delay and will specify the revised delivery date as soon as
practicable. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL SELLER HAVE ANY
LIABILITY WHATSOEVER FOR LOSS OF USE OR FOR ANY DIRECT OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM DELAY REGARDLESS OF
THE REASON(S).
All product(s) will be shipped F.O.B. point of origin, unless specifically agreed
otherwise, and Buyer shall pay all shipping costs and insurance costs from
that point. Seller, in its sole discretion, will determine and arrange the means
and manner of transportation of the product(s). Buyer shall bear all risk of loss
commencing with the shipment or distribution of the product(s) from Seller’s
warehouse. Order shortages or errors must be reported within fifteen (15)
business days from receipt of shipment to secure adjustment. No product(s)
may be returned without securing written approval from Seller.
5. Modification. These Terms and Conditions are intended by Seller and
Buyer to constitute a final, complete and exclusive expression of agreement
relating to the subject matter hereof and cannot be supplemented or amended
without Seller’s prior written approval.
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6. Omission. Seller’s waiver of any breach or Seller’s failure to enforce any
of these Terms and Conditions at any time, shall not in any way affect, limit or
waive Seller’s right thereafter to enforce and compel strict compliance with
every term and condition hereof.
7. Severability. If any provision of these Terms and Conditions is held to be
invalid or unenforceable, such invalidity or unenforceability shall not affect the
validity or enforceability of the other portions hereof.
8. Disputes. Seller and Buyer shall attempt in good faith to promptly resolve
any dispute arising under these Terms and Conditions by negotiations
between representatives who have authority to settle the controversy. If
unsuccessful, Seller and Buyer shall further attempt in good faith to settle the
dispute by nonbinding third-party mediation, with fees and expenses of such
mediation apportioned equally to each side. Any dispute not so resolved
by negotiation or mediation may then be submitted to a court of competent
jurisdiction in accordance with the terms hereof. These procedures are the
exclusive procedures for the resolution of all such disputes between the Seller
and Buyer.
9. Governing Law. All sales, agreements for sale, offers to sell, proposals,
acknowledgments and contracts of sale, including, but not limited to,
purchase orders accepted by Seller, shall be considered a contract under the
laws of the State of Colorado and the rights and duties of all persons, and
the construction and effect of all provisions hereof shall be governed by and
construed according to the laws of such state.
10. Jurisdiction and Venue. Seller and Buyer agree that the state or federal
courts located within the City and County of Denver, Colorado shall have
sole and exclusive jurisdiction over any litigation concerning any dispute
arising under these Terms and Conditions not otherwise resolved pursuant
to Section 9 as well as any alleged defects of any Products or damages
sustained as a result of such alleged defects. Seller and Buyer further agree
that should any litigation be commenced in connection with such a dispute,
it shall only be commenced in such courts. Seller and Buyer agree to the
exclusive jurisdiction of such courts and neither will raise any objection to the
jurisdiction and venue of such courts, including as a result of inconvenience.
11. Attorney’s Fees. If any litigation is commenced between Seller and Buyer,
or their personal representatives, concerning any provision hereof, the party
prevailing in the litigation shall be entitled, in addition to such other relief that
is granted, to a reasonable sum as and for their attorneys’ fees and costs in
such litigation or mediation.
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the trademarks should be used. Use of StoneAge trademarks may be
prohibited, unless expressly authorized.
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TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Warranties set forth herein extend only to End-Users, meaning customers
acquiring, or that have previously acquired, a product manufactured by
StoneAge (“Product”) for their own use and not for resale, either directly from
StoneAge Inc. (“StoneAge”) or from a StoneAge Authorized Dealer or Reseller
(“Dealer”). No warranty of any kind or nature is made by StoneAge beyond
those expressly stated herein.
1. LIMITED WARRANTY PERIOD. Subject to the limitations and conditions
hereinafter set forth, StoneAge warrants its Product to be free from defects
in workmanship and material for a period of one (1) year from the date of
purchase by the End-User, provided that the end of the limited warranty
period shall not be later than eighteen (18) months from the date of shipment
of the Product to the Dealer or the End-User by StoneAge (“Limited Warranty
Period”). All replacement parts which are furnished under this Limited
Warranty and properly installed shall be warranted to the same extent as
the original Product under this Limited Warranty if, and only if, the original
parts were found to be defective within the original Limited Warranty Period
covering the original Product. Replacement parts are warranted for the
remainder of the original Limited Warranty Period. This Limited Warranty
does not cover any component part of any Product not manufactured by
StoneAge. Any such component part is subject exclusively to the component
manufacturer’s warranty terms and conditions.
2. LIMITED WARRANTY COVERAGE. StoneAge’s sole obligation under
this Limited Warranty shall be, at StoneAge’s option and upon StoneAge’s
inspection, to repair, replace or issue a credit for any Product which
is determined by StoneAge to be defective in material or workmanship.
StoneAge reserves the right to examine the alleged defective Product to
determine whether this Limited Warranty is applicable, and final determination
of limited warranty coverage lies solely with StoneAge. No statement or
recommendation made by a StoneAge representative, Dealer or agent to EndUser shall constitute a warranty by StoneAge or a waiver or modification to
any of the provisions hereof or create any liability for StoneAge.
3. WARRANTY SERVICE PROVIDERS. Service and repair of the Product
is to be performed only by StoneAge authorized service representatives,
including Dealers who are authorized repair centers, with StoneAge approved
parts. Information about StoneAge authorized service representatives can
be obtained through the StoneAge website at www.stoneagetools.com/
service. Unauthorized service, repair or modification of the Product or use of
parts not approved by StoneAge will void this Limited Warranty. StoneAge
reserves the right to change or improve the material and design of the Product
at any time without notice to End-User, and StoneAge is not obligated to make
the same improvements during warranty service to any Product previously
manufactured.
4. WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS. This Limited Warranty does not cover, and
StoneAge shall not be responsible for the following, or damage caused by
the following: (1) any Product that has been altered or modified in any way
not approved by StoneAge in advance in writing; (2) any Product that has
been operated under more severe conditions or beyond the rated capacity
specified for that Product; (3) depreciation or damage caused by normal
wear and tear, failure to follow operation or installation instructions, misuse,
negligence or lack of proper protection during storage; (4) exposure to fire,
moisture, water intrusion, electrical stress, insects, explosions, extraordinary
weather and/or environmental conditions including, but not limited to lightning,
natural disasters, storms, windstorms, hail, earthquakes, acts of God or any
other force majeure event; (5) damage to any Product caused by any attempt
to repair, replace, or service the Product by persons other than StoneAge
authorized service representatives; (6) costs of normal maintenance parts
and services; (7) damage sustained during unloading, shipment or transit of
the Product; or (8) failure to perform the recommended periodic maintenance
procedures listed in the Operator’s Manual accompanying the Product.
5. REQUIRED WARRANTY PROCEDURES. To be eligible for warranty
service, the End-User must: (1) report the Product defect to the entity where
the Product was purchased (i.e. StoneAge or the Dealer) within the Limited
Warranty Period specified in this Limited Warranty; (2) submit the original
invoice to establish ownership and date of purchase; and (3) make the Product
available to a StoneAge authorized service representative for inspection to
determine eligibility for coverage under this Limited Warranty. This Limited
Warranty shall not extend to any person or entity who fails to provide proof of
original purchase from StoneAge or a Dealer. No Product may be returned for
credit or adjustment without prior written permission from StoneAge.
6. DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND OTHER REMEDIES.
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY STATED HEREIN (AND TO THE FULLEST EXTENT
ALLOWED UNDER APPLICABLE LAW), STONEAGE HEREBY DISCLAIMS
ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING WITHOUT
LIMITATION ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES,
REPRESENTATIONS OR PROMISES AS TO THE QUALITY, PERFORMANCE
OR FREEDOM FROM DEFECT OF THE PRODUCT COVERED BY THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY. STONEAGE FURTHER DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED
INDEMNITIES.
7. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. End-User specifically acknowledges that the
Product may be operated at high speeds and/or pressures, and that as such it
may be inherently dangerous if not used correctly. End-User shall familiarize
itself with all operation materials provided by StoneAge and shall at all times
use and require its agents, employees and contractors to use all necessary
and appropriate safety devices, guards and proper safe operating procedures.
In no event shall StoneAge be responsible for any injuries to persons or
property caused directly or indirectly by the operation of the Product if EndUser or any agent, employee, or contractor of End-User: (1) fails to use all
necessary and appropriate safety devices, guards and proper safe operating
procedures; (2) fails to maintain in good working order such safety devices
and guards; (3) alters or modifies the Product in any way not approved
by StoneAge in advance in writing; (4) allows the Product to be operated
under more severe conditions or beyond the rated capacity specified for the
Product; or (5) otherwise negligently operates the Product. End-User shall
indemnify and hold StoneAge harmless from any and all liability or obligation
incurred by or against StoneAge, including costs and attorneys’ fees, to or by
any person so injured.
TO THE FULL EXTENT ALLOWED BY APPLICABLE LAW, STONEAGE
SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES (INCLUDING WITHOUT
LIMITATION, LOSS OF PROFITS, LOSS OF GOODWILL, DIMINUTION OF
VALUE, WORK STOPPAGE, INTERRUPTION OF BUSINESS, RENTAL OF
SUBSTITUTE PRODUCT, OR OTHER COMMERCIAL LOSS EVEN TO THE
EXTENT SUCH DAMAGES WOULD CONSTITUTE DIRECT DAMAGES), WITH
RESPECT TO THE COVERED STONEAGE PRODUCT, OR OTHERWISE
IN CONNECTION WITH THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, REGARDLESS OF
WHETHER STONEAGE HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES.
IT IS UNDERSTOOD THAT STONEAGE’S LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, IN TORT, UNDER ANY WARRANTY, IN NEGLIGENCE, OR
OTHERWISE SHALL NOT EXCEED THE AMOUNT OF THE PURCHASE
PRICE PAID BY THE END-USER FOR THE PRODUCT. STONEAGE’S
MAXIMUM LIABILITY SHALL NOT EXCEED, AND END-USER’S REMEDY IS
LIMITED TO EITHER (1) REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE DEFECTIVE
WORKMANSHIP OR MATERIAL OR, AT STONEAGE’S OPTION, (2) REFUND
OF THE PURCHASE PRICE, OR (3) ISSUANCE OF A CREDIT FOR THE
PURCHASE PRICE, AND SUCH REMEDIES SHALL BE END-USER’S ENTIRE
AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY.
YOU, THE END-USER, UNDERSTAND AND EXPRESSLY AGREE THAT
THE FOREGOING LIMITATIONS ON LIABILITY ARE PART OF THE
CONSIDERATION IN THE PRICE OF THE STONEAGE PRODUCT YOU
PURCHASED.
Some jurisdictions do not allow the limitation or exclusion of liability for
certain damages, so the above limitations and exclusions may not apply to
you. This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also
have other rights which vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. If any provisions
of this Limited Warranty is held to be invalid or unenforceable, such invalidity
or unenforceability shall not affect the validity or enforceability of the other
portions hereof.
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