2620
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
2620,
A2620, 2620-PT and
A2620-PT
HYDRAULIC INSTALLATION TOOLS
04-05-2004
HK1012
2620, A2620 Series Tooling
Alcoa Fastening Systems
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2620, A2620 Series Tooling
Alcoa Fastening Systems
CONTENTS
EU DECLARATION
OF CONFORMITY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
CONTENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
PRINCIPLE
OF OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6-7
PREPARATION
SERVICING
FOR USE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
THE TOOL
Good Service Practices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8-9
Preventive Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Disassembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-10
Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11-12
Tool Assembly Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13-16
Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Hose Assembly For Electric Trigger Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Hose Assembly For Air Trigger Models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
KITS & ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
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2620, A2620 Series Tooling
Alcoa Fastening Systems
SAFETY
This instruction manual must be read with particular
attention to the following safety guide lines, by any
person servicing or operating this tool.
5.
When repairing or operating Huck installation
equipment, always wear approved eye
protection. Where applicable, refer to ANSI
Z87.1 - 1989
6.
Disconnect primary power source before doing
maintenance on Huck equipment.
7.
If any equipment shows signs of damage, wear,
or leakage, do not connect it to the primary
power supply.
8.
Make sure proper power source is used at all
times.
9.
Never remove any safety guards or pintail
deflector.
1. Safety Glossary
Product complies with requirements
set forth by the relevant European
directives.
Read manual prior to using
equipment.
Eye protection required while
using this equipment.
Hearing protection required while
using this equipment.
!
10. Never install a fastener in free air. Personal
injury from fastener ejecting may occur.
WARNINGS - Must be understood
to avoid severe personal injury.
11. When using an offset nose always clear spent
pintail out of nose assembly before installing the
next fastener.
CAUTIONS - show conditions that will
damage equipment and or structure.
Notes - are reminders of required
procedures.
Bold, Italic type and underlining emphasizes a specific instruction.
12. If there is a pinch point between trigger and
work piece use remote trigger. (Remote
triggers are available for all tooling).
13. Do not abuse tool by dropping or using it as a
hammer. Never use hydraulic or air lines as a
handle. Reasonable care of installation tools by
operators is an important factor in maintaining
tool efficiency, eliminating downtime, and in
preventing an accident which may cause severe
personal injury.
2. Huck equipment must be maintained in a safe
working condition at all times and inspected on a
regular basis for damage or wear. Any repair
should be done by a qualified repairman trained
on Huck procedures.
3. Repairman and Operator must read manual prior
to using equipment and understand any Warning
and Caution stickers/labels supplied with
equipment before connecting equipment to any
primary power supply. As applicable, each of the
sections in this manual have specific safety and
other information.
4.
14. Never place hands between nose assembly and
work piece.
15. Tools with ejector rods should never be cycled
with out nose assembly installed.
16. When two piece lock bolts are being used
always make sure the collar orientation is
correct. See fastener data sheet of correct
positioning.
See MSDS Specifications before servicing the
tool. MSDS Specifications are available from
you Huck representative or on-line at
www.huck.com. Click on Installation Systems
Division.
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Alcoa Fastening Systems
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
Piston Travel
Piston Travel
PULL PISTON
PINTAIL EJECTOR
TRIGGER SWITCH
DUMP VALVE
D
HYDRAULIC HOSES
Pressurized Oil
Return Oil
RETURN PRESSURE
PULL PRESSURE
RETURN PRESSURE
PULL PRESSURE
Return Pressure (Return Cycle)
Fig. 1(b)
Pull Pressure (Pull Cycle)
Fig. 1(a)
the piston, “unloading” or “dumping” the
pressurized fluid back to the tank (Fig 1a).
When the trigger is released the solenoid is
de-energized and the valve directs
pressurized fluid to the rear side of the
piston and allows fluid on the PULL side to
flow back to the tank (Fig. 1b). This causes
piston and collet to move forward and
pushes the nose assembly and tool off the
swaged (installed) fastener. When the
piston reaches the end of the return stroke,
pressure is built up, causing the power rig
to shut off, completing the cycle.
When the trigger is depressed, a solenoid
operated valve in the POWERIG® directs
pressurized hydraulic fluid through the
PULL hose to the front side of the piston,
and allows fluid on the RETURN side to
flow back to the tank (Fig 1a). The piston
and nose assembly collet moves rearward
installing the fastener. When the piston
reaches the end of the PULL stroke, it
uncovers flats on the rear end of the
unloading valve. These flats are designed
to provide a passage for hydraulic fluid
from the PULL side to the RETURN side of
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Alcoa Fastening Systems
SPECIFICATIONS (2620/A2620)
5.496
139.61
6.562
166.69
10°
ø
3.062
77.77
ø
1.350
R
34.30
2.827
71.81
2.160
54.86
7.046
178.97
1.606
40.81
Model
2620/A2620
INCHES
MM
• Stroke: 1.437in
• Weight: 9 lbs 14oz
• Pull Pressure: 7,400 psi
• Return Pressure: 3,200 psi
• Capacity: 17,745 lbs @ 6,500 psi
•
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Alcoa Fastening Systems
SPECIFICATIONS (2620-PT/A2620-PT)
6.270
159.27
10°
ø
10.162
258.1
3.836
97.43
R
1.350
34.30
ø
2.160
54.86
7.046
178.97
1.606
40.81
Model
2620-PT/A2620-PT
INCHES
MM
• Stroke: 1.437 in
• Weight: 9 lbs 14oz
• Pull Pressure: 7,400 psi
• Return Pressure: 3,200 psi
• Capacity: 17,745 lbs @ 6,500 psi
•
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2.827
71.81
2620, A2620 Series Tooling
Alcoa Fastening Systems
PREPARATION FOR USE
1. Use Huck POWERIG® Hydraulic Unit, or
equivalent, that has been prepared for operation
per applicable instruction manual. Check both
PULL and RETURN pressures, and if required,
adjust to pressures given in specifications of this
manual.
WARNING - Proper PULL and RETURN
!
pressures are important for proper function
of Installation Tools. Severe personal injury
or damage to equipment may occur without
correct pressures. Huck Pressure Gauge
P/N T-10280 (old style) or the new T124833
is now available for checking these
pressures using instructions furnished with
the gauge and in applicable POWERIG®
Hydraulic Unit instruction manuals. See
Specifications.
2. First, turn hydraulic unit to OFF, and then,
disconnect power supply from unit. Connect tool's
hoses to unit.
!
3. Connect tool's control switch electrical cord to
hydraulic unit.
4. Connect hydraulic unit to power supply. Turn unit
to ON. Hold tool trigger depressed for 30 seconds;
depress trigger a few times to cycle tool and to
circulate hydraulic fluid. Observe action of tool and
check for leaks. Turn unit to OFF.
5. Select nose assembly for fastener to be installed.
Disconnect tool's control switch electrical cord from
hydraulic unit; disconnect unit from power supply.
Attach nose assembly to tool.
6. Reconnect hydraulic unit to power supply.
Reconnect tool's switch control cord to unit. Check
operation of nose assembly; install fasteners in test
plate of correct thickness with proper size holes.
Inspect installed fasteners. If fasteners do not pass
inspection, see Troubleshooting to locate and
correct tool malfunction.
WARNING - Be sure to connect tool hoses
to hydraulic unit BEFORE connecting tool
electrical switch cord to unit. Hoses and
switch must be connected in this order and
disconnected in the reverse order to
prevent possible severe personal injury.
SERVICING THE TOOL
GOOD SERVICE PRACTICES
CAUTION: Keep dirt and other harmful material out of
hydraulic system, which includes tool, hoses, couplers
and POWERIG Hydraulic Unit. Parts must be kept
away from unclean work surfaces. Dirt in hydraulic
system causes valve failure in hydraulic unit.
give a clear understanding of the tool and basic
maintenance procedures. Please read this page
completely before proceeding with maintenance
and repair. Use proper hand tools in a clean and
well-lighted area. Only standard hand tools are
required in most cases. Where a special tool is
required, the description and part number are given.
Individual parts must be handled carefully and
examined for damage or wear. Replace parts where
required. Always replace O-rings and Back-up Rings
when tool is disassembled for any reason. See
applicable Service Kit.
!
•
•
WARNING: Inspect tool for damage or wear
before each use. Do not operate if damaged
or worn, as severe personal injury may occur
The efficiency and life of your tool depends on
proper maintenance. Using the manual will help
•
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While clamping tool or parts in a vise, and when
parts require force, use suitable soft materials to
cushion impact. For example, using a half-inch
brass drift, wood block and vise with soft jaws
greatly reduces possibility of damaging tool.
Remove components in a straight line without
bending, cocking or undue force. Reassemble tool
with the same care.
(continued)
Consult TROUBLESHOOTING section of this
2620, A2620 Series Tooling
Alcoa Fastening Systems
SERVICING THE TOOL (CONT.)
GOOD SERVICE PRACTICES
(continued)
manual if a malfunction occurs and then see
appropriate section of DISASSEMBLY; ASSEMBLY;
Assembly and/or Component illustration(s).
operation to detect abnormal heating, leaks or
vibration.
POWERIG Hydraulic Unit Maintenance
Sealants, Lubricants, Hydraulic Fluid and Service Kits
Refer to the applicable POWERIG instruction manual.
•
Tool Maintenance
•
•
Rub SLIC-TITE TEFLON thread compound, or
equivalent, on pipe threads to prevent leaks and for
ease of assembly. CAUTION: Do not use TEFLON
tape on pipe threads. Particles of shredded tape
cause hydraulic unit valve failure. (SLIC-TITE in
stick form, 503237).
Whenever disassembled and also at regular intervals
(depending on severity and length of use) replace all
seals, wipers and back-up rings in tool. Service Kits,
hoses and extra parts should be kept in stock. Inspect
cylinder bore, pistons and piston rods for scored
surfaces and excessive wear or damage. Replace as
necessary.
Smear LUBRIPLATE 130AA, or equivalent, on Orings and mating surfaces to prevent damaging Orings on rough or sharp surfaces. Also, increases
ease of assembly. (LUBRIPLATE in a tube, 502723).
Nose Assembly Maintenance
Clean nose often. Dip in mineral spirits, or similar
solvent, to clean jaws and wash away metal chips and
debris. At regular intervals, as experience shows,
disassemble nose and use a sharp "pick" to remove
imbedded particles from grooves of jaws.
Each Service Kit contains perishable parts for your
specific tool. As foreseeable use may indicate, keep
extra kits (O-rings, Back-up Rings, other standard
items) and tool parts in stock. When stock is
depleted, you can get kit items from any regular
retailer of these items. See kit parts list for: O-ring
size (AS568- number); material; durometer. For kit
parts lists and related information, see General
Notes.
DISASSEMBLY All Models
(Refer to Figures 2-4 & 8-13)
For component identification and Parts Lists refer to
Figures 8-13.
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
NOTE:
The following procedure is for complete disassembly of
tool. Disassemble only components necessary to
replace damaged O-rings, Quad-Rings, Back-up Rings,
and worn or damaged components. Always use soft jaw
vice to avoid damage to tool.
System Inspection
Operating efficiency of the tool is directly related to the
performance of the complete system, including the tool
with nose assembly, hydraulic hoses, trigger switch and
control cord, and POWERIG Hydraulic Unit. Therefore,
an effective preventive maintenance program includes
scheduled inspections of the system to detect and
correct minor troubles.
!
• Inspect tool and nose assembly for external damage.
• Verify that hydraulic hose fittings and couplings, and
electrical connections are secure.
WARNING: Be sure to disconnect tool's
electric control trigger system from
Hydraulic Unit before disconnecting tool's
hoses from unit. Before any maintenance
is done, DISCONNECT IN THIS ORDER
(RECONNECT IN THE OPPOSITE ORDER)
to avoid possible severe personal injury.
1.
Disconnect electrical or air connector from Powerig.
Uncouple tool hydraulic hoses.
• Inspect hydraulic hoses for damage and
deterioration. Do not use hoses to carry tool.
Replace hoses if damaged.
2. Remove nose assembly.
• Observe tool, hoses and hydraulic unit during
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Alcoa Fastening Systems
SERVICING THE TOOL (CONT.)
3. Unscrew coupling nipple and coupling body. Drain
hydraulic hoses into container. Discard fluid.
FIG 3
PRESS
4. Push rearward on Piston (4) until remaining
hydraulic fluid is drained into container. Discard
fluid.
PISTON ASSEMBLY TOOL
123111-6
(2620 & 2620-PT)
SPACER
123112-6
(2620 & 2620-PT)
5. NOTE: Do not remove hydraulic hoses from tool
unless replacing hoses. If necessary to remove
hoses, uncover hose fittings by sliding plastic
shrouds back.
PISTON
6. NOTE: Use the following steps only if the switch,
wire or connector needs repair.
2620, 2620-PT Models Only
Remove Retaining Nut and Locking ferrule from
Strain Relief (20). Loosen set screw (37) and
remove switch (21). Loosen and remove the two
wires from the switch. Remove cord from tool.
Disassemble electrical connector (110686) (Figs.
8,9&12).
A2620, A2620-PT Models Only
Unscrew and remove Air Switch (21). Remove
Retaining Nut and Locking ferrule from Air Fitting
(20). Remove plastic tubing and unscrew remaining
part of fitting (20) from handle (Fig. 10,11&13).
10. Remove Dump Valve (19) from rear of cylinder.
11. Slide Spacer (123112-6/7) over piston and thread on
Piston Assembly Tool (123111-6/7). Using a press
push front gland and piston assemblies out of the
back of the cylinder. (Fig. 3)
7. Standard Models: (Fig. 8 & 10)
Remove Retaining Ring (17), cover plate (16) and
Locking Disk (18).
2620-PT Model: (Fig. 9 & 11)
Remove Deflector (32), Screws (31), Barbed
Retainer (30) and locking disk (18).
12. Remove Piston Assembly Tool (123111-6/7) and
Spacer (123112-6/7) (Fig.3).
13. Slide Front Gland (11) off of Piston (4) and remove
Wiper (6), Wiper Housing (7), Back-up Ring (8), Oring (9) and Polyseal (10) (Fig. 8 - 11).
FIG 2
FIG 4
15
122048 HEX KEY
HEX KEY
124434-1
(2620 & 2620-PT)
PISTON
14. Remove GLYD Ring (13) from Piston (4) (Fig. 5).
15. Standard Models Only: (Fig. 4, 8 & 10)
Hold Piston (4) in a vise with soft jaws and remove
Ejector Gland Assembly (22) with Hex Key 122048
8. Insert hex key in End Cap (15) as shown in figure 2.
Using a wrench unscrew end cap from cylinder.
9. Standard Models: (Fig. 8 & 10)
Remove O-ring (9) and Back-up Ring (8)
2620-PT Model: (Fig.9 & 11)
Remove O-ring (9), Back-up Ring (8), retaining ring
(36), washer (35), polyseal (34) and wiper seal (33).
16. Standard Models Only: (Fig. 4, 8 & 10)
Remove from gland, Ejector Rod (29), Washer (23),
O-rings (24), Wiper (26) Quad-Ring (28) and Backup Ring (27).
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2620, A2620 Series Tooling
Alcoa Fastening Systems
SERVICING THE TOOL (CONT.)
ASSEMBLY All Models
4. Install GLYD Ring (13) onto Piston (4) (Fig. 5).
(Refer to Figures 2, 4, 5, & 8-13)
For component identification and Parts Lists, refer to
Figures 8-11.
5. Install Polyseal (10), O-ring (9), Back-up Ring (8),
Wiper Housing (7) and Wiper (6) into Front Gland
(11) (Fig.5).
NOTE: Clean components with mineral spirits, or similar
solvent. Inspect for wear/damage and replace as
necessary. Replace all seals of disassembled
components. Use O-rings, Quad-Rings and Back-up
Rings in Service Parts Kit 2620KIT (all models) and
2620-PTKIT (all models). Smear LUBRIPLATE 130AA or
PARKER-O-LUBE on O-rings, Quad-Rings, Back-up
Rings and mating parts to ease assembly. Assemble tool
taking care not to damage O-rings, Quad-Rings, or Backup Rings.
6. Lube Piston Assembly Tool and Piston, then slide
assembled Gland (11) over Piston Assembly Tool
onto Piston (Fig. 5).
FIG 6
PRESS
PISTON, FRONT GLAND
AND PISTON ASSEMBLY
TOOL
1. Standard Models Only: (Fig. 8 & 10)
Install Back-up Ring (27), Quad-Ring (28), Wiper
(26), O-rings (24), Washer (23) and Ejector Rod (29)
into Ejector Gland (25).
GLYD RING INSERTION TOOL
121694-2620 (2620 & 2620-PT
All Models)
2. Standard Models Only: (Fig. 4, 8 & 10)
Hold Piston (4) in a vise with soft jaws and install
assembled Ejector Gland (22). Use Hex Key 122048
to tighten.
FIG 5
SECTION SHOWING
POLYSEAL DIRECTION
6
7
10
8
9
7. Thread GLYD Ring Insertion Tool (121694-2620) into
the back of the Cylinder (Fig. 6).
11
13
4
8. Using a press, push Piston and Front Gland
Assemblies into the back of Cylinder (5). (Fig. 6)
9. Remove Piston Assembly Tool (123111-6/7) (Fig. 5).
PISTON ASSEMBLY TOOL
123111-6 (2620 & 2620-PT)
10. Remove the GLYD Ring Insertion Tool (1216942620) from the back of the Cylinder (Fig.6).
FRONT GLAND
ASSEMBLY
11. From the rear of Cylinder, install Dump Valve (19)
with the four flats facing the rear of the tool (Figures
8-11).
3. Thread Piston Assembly Tool (123111-6/7), onto
piston (4) (Fig. 5). Note: Do not install spacer
123112-6/7.
(continued)
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Alcoa Fastening Systems
SERVICING THE TOOL (CONT.)
12. Standard Models: (Fig. 8 & 10)
Install O-ring (9) and Back-up Ring (8) on End Cap
(15).
2620-PT Model: (Fig.7, 9 & 11)
Install Back-up Ring (8), O-ring (9), Wiper Seal (33),
Polyseal (34), Washer (35) and Retaining Ring (36)
into End Cap (15).
FIG 7
15
33
36 35 34
SECTION SHOWING
POLYSEAL DIRECTION
9
8
13. Insert Hex Key into the End Cap (15). Using a
wrench thread the End Cap into the back of the
Cylinder and tighten (Fig. 2).
14. Standard Models: (Fig. 8 & 10)
Install Locking Disk (18), Cover Plate (16) and
Retaining Ring (17).
2620-PT Model: (Fig. 9 & 11)
Install Locking Disk (18), Barbed Retainer (30),
Screws (31) and Deflector (32).
15. If removed, reinstall Electrical/Air Connector
(Fig.12 & 13).
16. NOTE: If switch or wire have been removed, replace
as follows:
2620, 2620-PT Models Only
Slide Retaining Nut and Ferrule onto Electrical Wire.
Feed Wire through Handle and pull out through the
Trigger Switch hole. Attach Wires to Switch (21) and
push the assembly back into the Handle. Tighten
Screw (37) to hold Trigger Switch in place. Slide
Ferrule into Strain Relief Housing, then thread and
tighten Retaining Nut (Fig. 8,9 & 12).
A2620, A2620-PT Models Only
Install fitting (20) into handle. Slide retaining nut and
ferrule over plastic tubing. Slide tubing into fitting (20)
and tighten retaining nut. Screw in air trigger (21) and
tighten(Fig. 8,9 & 13).
17. If removed, install one hydraulic Hose in Handle port
marked "P" and one in port marked “R”.
CAUTION: Do not use TEFLON tape on pipe
threads.(See Good Service Practices Page 9)
18. Install Coupler Nipple 110438, (PULL pressure
hose); Coupler Body 110439, (RETURN pressure
hose) (Fig. 12 & 13).
Use Area Below for Service Notes:
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2620, A2620 Series Tooling
Alcoa Fastening Systems
ASSEMBLY DRAWING 2620 & 2620-15
FIG 8
1 2
29
3
4
5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
15
9
8
16 17
22
18
21
27
26
24
25 24
19
37
28
23
22 EJECTOR
GLAND ASSEMBLY
20
Model
2620 & 2620-15
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Alcoa Fastening Systems
ASSEMBLY DRAWING 2620-PT & 2620-PT-15
FIG 9
5
1 2
3
4
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 9 8
32
30 31
33
21
19
37
36
35
34
18
20
Model
2620-PT & 2620-PT-15
14
2620, A2620 Series Tooling
Alcoa Fastening Systems
ASSEMBLY DRAWING A2620
FIG 10
1 2
29
3
4
5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
15
9
8
16 17
22
18
27
28
26
24
25 24
19
21
23
22 EJECTOR
GLAND ASSEMBLY
Model
A2620
20
15
2620, A2620 Series Tooling
Alcoa Fastening Systems
ASSEMBLY DRAWING A2620-PT
FIG 11
5
1 2
3
4
6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 9 8
32
30 31
33
19
21
36
35
34
18
20
Model
A2620-PT
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2620, A2620 Series Tooling
Alcoa Fastening Systems
PARTS L IST (Figures 1, 2A, 2B, and 2C)
Item Description
Qty
2620
A2620
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
102147
501514
102148
125612*
126152
507407
125610
501127
507412
507408
125609
590189-2
122769-1
-----------125614
125617
507406
122764
125616
505344
120361
120653
120652
500779
122047
122742
501080
501411
122705
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------501731
2620-15
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
Split Ring
Retaining Ring
Retaining Sleeve
Piston
Cylinder Assembly
Wiper Seal
Wiper Housing
Back-up Ring
O-ring
Polyseal
Front Gland
Caution Sticker
GLYD Ring Assembly
Warning Sticker
End Cap
Cover Plate
Retaining Ring
Locking Disc
Dump Valve
Strain Relief or Air Fitting
Trigger Switch Assembly
Ejector Gland Assembly
Ejector Washer
O-ring
Gland
Rod Wiper
Back-up Ring
Quad-Ring
Pintail Ejector
Barbed Retainer
Screws
Deflector
Wiper Seal
Polyseal
Spacer
Retaining Ring
Set Screw
2620-PT
A2620-PT
2620-PT-15
102147
501514
102148
125612*
126152
507407
125610
501127
507412
507408
125609
590189-2
122769-1
-----------125614
125617
507406
122764
125616
503902
119345-1
120653
120652
500779
122047
122742
501080
501411
122705
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------501731
102147
501514
102148
125761**
126152
507407
125610
501127
507412
507408
125609
590189-2
122769-1
590240
125763
----------------------122764
125616
505344
120361
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------125765
500060
122766
505894
506160
122762
506159
501731
102147
501514
102148
125761**
126152
507407
125610
501127
507412
507408
125609
590189-2
122769-1
590240
125763
----------------------122764
125616
503902
119345-1
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------125765
500060
122766
505894
506160
122762
506159
501731
* Piston 125612 is not sold separately. It may
** Piston 125761 is not sold separately. It may
be purchased as Piston Assembly part no.
125613, which contains Piston 125612 and
GLYD Ring Assembly 122769-1.
be purchased as Piston Assembly part no.
125762, which contains Piston 125761 and
GLYD Ring Assembly 122769-1.
17
CONTROL CORD
(SEE TABLE)
505839 CABLE TIE
2620-15, 2620-PT-15
MODEL(S)
2620, 2620PT
502298 REDUCING BUSHING (2)
MALE CORD
CONNECTOR
110686
110438 MALE CONNECTOR
110439 FEMALE CONNECTOR
CONTROL CORD
123337
123336
HOSE ASSEMBLY (2)
(SEE TABLE)
126107-1
126107-2
HOSE ASSEMBLY
MODEL SELECTION
2620, A2620 Series Tooling
Alcoa Fastening Systems
FIG 12
18
HOSE ASSEMBLY FOR
ELECTRIC TRIGGER MODELS
19
119440-1 Air Trigger
and Hose Assembly
A2620-PT
119440-3 Air Trigger
and Hose Assembly
A2620
503902
Air Fitting
120770 Hose
Sleeving
112143 Air Hose
A2620-PT
112143-3 Air Hose
A2620
126107-2
Hose (2)
113021
Air Fitting
502298 Reducing
Bushing (2)
110438 Male
Connector
110439 Female
Connector
2620, A2620 Series Tooling
Alcoa Fastening Systems
FIG 13
HOSE ASSEMBLY FOR AIR
TRIGGER MODELS
2620, A2620 Series Tooling
Alcoa Fastening Systems
TROUBLESHOOTING
Always check the simplest possible cause of a
malfunction first. For example, a loose or disconnected
trigger line. Then proceed logically and eliminate each
possible cause until the defect is found. Where possible,
substitute known good parts for suspected defective
parts.
Use the following steps as an aid in
troubleshooting.
1. Tool fails to operate when trigger is pressed.
a. Inoperative POWERIG® Hydraulic Unit.
applicable instruction manual.
b. Loose electrical connections.
c. Damaged trigger assembly.
d. Loose or faulty hose coupling.
See
2. Tool operates in reverse.
a. Reversed hose connections between hydraulic
unit and tool.
c. Not enough collar lubricant.
d. Nose assembly not installed
ASSEMBLY DATA SHEET.
per
NOSE
10. Pintail of fastener fails to break.
a. Improper tool operation - - see No. 6.
b. Pull grooves on fastener stripped - - see No. 7.
c. PULL pressure too low.
11. Nose will not release broken pintail.
a. Nose assembly not installed
ASSEMBLY DATA SHEET.
per
NOSE
KITS AND ACCESSORIES
3. Tool leaks hydraulic fluid.
a. Defective tool O-rings or loose connections at tool.
4. Hydraulic couplers leak fluid.
a. Damaged or worn O-rings in Coupler Body
Coupler P/N 110440.
5. Hydraulic fluid overheats.
a. Unit not operating properly - - see units manual.
b. Unit running in reverse (918; 918-5 only) - - see
units manual.
6. Tool operates erratically and fails to install fastener
properly.
a. Low or erratic hydraulic pressure - - air in system.
b. Damaged or worn Piston O-ring in tool.
c. Excessive wear on sliding surfaces of tool parts.
7. Pull grooves on fastener pintail stripped during PULL
stroke.
a. Operator not sliding anvil completely onto fastener
pintail.
b. Incorrect fastener grip.
c. Worn or damaged jaw segments.
d. Metal particles in jaw grooves.
e. Excessive sheet gap.
Service Kits:
2620/A2620
- 2620KIT
2620-PT/A2620-PT - 2620-PTKIT
Assembly Tool Kits:
2620/A2620 &
2620-PT/A2620-PT Tool Kit
Includes: (Fig. 3 & 6))
Spacer
Piston Assembly Tool
GLYD Ring Insertion Tool
- 123110-7
- 123112-6
- 123111-6
- 121694-2620
Accessories:
Ejector Hex Wrench (All Models) - 122048
End Cap Hex Wrench
2620 & 2620-PT
2620-PT/A2620-PT
8. Collar of fastener not completely swaged.
a. Improper tool operation - - see No. 6.
b. Scored anvil.
9. Tool "hangs up" on swaged collar of fastener.
a. Improper tool operation - - see No. 6.
b. RETURN pressure too low.
20
- 124434-1
- 124434-1
2620, A2620 Series Tooling
Alcoa Fastening Systems
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items (excluding fasteners, and hereinafter referred as
"other items") manufactured by Huck shall be free from
defects in workmanship and materials for a period of
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manufactured
products
to
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manufactured tooling, other items, nonstandard or custom
products found to be defective in specifications,
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for defects within the ninety (90) day warranty period for
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MANUFACTURED BY THIRD PARTIES.
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OR DAMAGE, DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY, ARISING
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ANY CLAIM FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
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or other items thereof are those made by the manufacturer
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Huck shall not be liable for any loss or damage resulting
from delays or nonfulfillment of orders owing to strikes,
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suppliers.
Huck Installation Equipment
Huck International, Inc. reserves the right to make
changes in specifications and design and to discontinue
models without notice.
Huck Installation Equipment should be serviced by trained
service technicians only.
Always give the Serial Number of the equipment when
corresponding or ordering service parts.
Complete repair facilities are maintained by Huck
International, Inc. Please contact one of the offices listed
below.
Eastern
One Corporate Drive Kingston, New York 12401-0250
Telephone (845) 331-7300 FAX (845) 334-7333
Canada
6150 Kennedy Road Unit 10, Mississauga, Ontario,
L5T2J4, Canada.
Telephone (905) 564-4825 FAX (905) 564-1963
Outside USA and Canada
Contact your nearest Huck International Office, see back
cover.
In addition to the above repair facilities, there are
Authorized Tool Service Centers (ATSC's) located
throughout the United States. These service centers offer
repair services, spare parts, Service Parts Kits, Service
Tools Kits and Nose Assemblies. Please contact your
Huck Representative or the nearest Huck office listed on
the back cover for the ATSC in your area.
For the Long Haul™
A Global Organization
Alcoa Fastening Systems (AFS) maintains company
offices throughout the United States and Canada,
with subsidiary offices in many other countries.
Authorized AFS distributors are also located in
many of the world’s
industrial and Aerspace centers, where they provide
a ready source of AFS fasteners, installation tools,
tool parts, and application assistance.
Alcoa Fastening Systems world-wide locations:
Americas
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Aerospace Products
Tucson Operations
3724 East Columbia
Tucson, AZ 85714
800-234-4825
520-747-9898
FAX: 520-748-2142
Commercial Products
Kingston Operations
1 Corporate Drive
Kingston, NY 12401
800-431-3091
845-331-7300
FAX: 845-334-7333
www.hucktools.com
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Aerospace Products
Carson Operations
PO Box 5268
900 Watson Center Rd.
Carson, CA 90749
800-421-1459
310-830-8200
FAX: 310-830-1436
Commercial Products
Waco Operations
PO Box 8117
8001 Imperial Drive
Waco, TX 76714-8117
800-388-4825
254-776-2000
FAX: 254-751-5259
Far East
Europe
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Commercial Products
Australia Operations
14 Viewtech Place
Rowville, Victoria
Australia 3178
03-764-5500
Toll Free: 008-335-030
FAX: 03-764-5510
Commercial Products
Canada Operations
6150 Kennedy Road, Unit 10
Mississagua, Ontario L5T2J4
Canada
905-564-4825
FAX: 905-564-1963
Commercial Products
United Kingdom Operations
Unit C, Stafford Park 7
Telford, Shropshire
England TF3 3BQ
01952-290011
FAX: 0952-290459
Alcoa Fastening Systems
Aerospace Products
France Operations
Clos D’Asseville
BP4
95450 Us Par Vigny
France
33-1-30-27-9500
FAX: 33-1-34-66-0600
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Avenida Parque Lira. 79-402
Tacubaya Mexico, D.F.
C.P. 11850
FAX: 525-515-1776
TELEX: 1173530 LUKSME
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Technology, and Tools of Productivity are service marks of Huck
International. Huck provides technical assistance regarding the use
and application of Huck fasteners and tooling.
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and/or the means for selecting such products, and is not intended
to create any warranty, express, implied, or statutory; all warranties
are contained only in Huck’s written quotations,
acknowledgements, and/or purchase orders. It is recommended
that the user secure specific, up-to-date data and information
regarding each application and/or use of such products.
HWB898 1003-5M
One Great ConnectionSM
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