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OWNER’S MANUAL
Safety, Installation, Maintenance, and Operation
Model HV-60 Compressor
Model SUH-132 Compressor
Model SHD-132 Compressor
®
Stellar Industries, Inc.
190 State Street
PO Box 169
Garner, IA 50438
800-321-3741
Fax: 641-923-2811
www.stellarindustries.com
Subject to Change without Notification.
© 2007 Stellar Industries, Inc.
Manual Part No. 40985
Last Revision: 3/05/07
Class 5 Compressor Manual Revisions
Date of Revision
Section Revised
Description of Revision
Table of Contents
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ii
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
General Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Compressor System Description . . . . . . . . . . . .2
SHD-132 Drive System Description . . . . . . . . . .2
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
General Operation Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
SHD-132 Operation Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Compressor Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
SHD-132 Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
Pressure Setting Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Assembly Drawings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Crankcase Group (Straight Shaft) . . . . . . . . . .8
Cylinder Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Head Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Head Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
SUH-132 Compressor Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . .12
SHD-132 Compressor Assembly . . . . . . . . . . .13
Hydraulics/Electrical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
SHD-132 Control Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Typical Hydraulic Circuit for Tandum (Two Part)
Pump with Multiple Components . . . . . . .15
Typical Hydraulic Circuit for Single Stage
Pump with Multiple Components . . . . . . .15
Typical Hydraulic Circuit for Compressor
with Auxiliary Cooler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
General Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
SHD-60 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
Warranty Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
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Introduction
American Eagle Compressors are designed
to provide safe and dependable service for
a variety of operations. With proper use and
maintenance, American Eagle Compressors
will operate at peak performance for many
years.
This manual contains information vital to the
safe use and efficient operation of this unit.
Following the information provided within this
manual can ensure the longevity of the
compressor. Carefully read and study the
operator’s manual before using the unit.
Failure to adhere to the instructions could
result in property damage or even serious
bodily injury to the operator or others close
to the compressor.
A copy of this manual is provided with every
compressor and shall remain with the
compressor at all times. Information
contained within this manual does not cover
all maintenance, operating, or repair
instructions pertinent to all possible situations.
This manual is not binding.
American Eagle reserves the right to
change, at any time, any or all of the items,
components, and parts deemed necessary
for product improvement or
commercial/production purposes. This right
is kept with no requirement or obligation for
immediate mandatory updating of this
manual.
This product manual is not intended as a
training manual for beginners or unskilled
operators. This manual offers guidelines for
correct and safe usage of the compressor,
maintenance, and troubleshooting. If more
information is required or technical
assistance is needed, please contact AE
Technical Support.
Some sections of this manual contain
information pertaining to all American Eagle
manufactured compressors and may or may
not apply to your specific model.
If this manual becomes damaged,
misplaced, or unreadable at any point, or if
you feel that any part of this manual is
unclear or incorrect, please contact AE
Technical Support at 800-321-3741 or email
at service@americaneagleacc.com
For Technical Questions, Information, Parts, or Warranty, Call Toll-Free at
800-321-3741
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. CST
Or email at the following addresses:
Technical Questions, and Information
Order Parts
Warranty Information
service@americaneagleacc.com
parts@americaneagleacc.com
warranty@americaneagleacc.com
Safety
Safety
1
This manual contains vital information for the safe use and efficient
operation of this unit. Carefully read the operators manual before starting
the unit. Failure to adhere to the instructions could result in serious bodily
injury or property damage.
Every American Eagle Compressor will
provide safe and dependable service if
operated according to instructions. Read
and understand the safety precautions
given in this manual and on the decals
attached to the shields. Failure to do so can
result in personal injury or equipment
damage.
Operators and maintenance personnel must
always comply with the safety precautions.
These precautions are given here for your
safety. Review them carefully before
operating the compressor and before
performing maintenance or repairs.
Supervising personnel should develop
additional precautions relating to the
specific work area and local safety
regulations.
Precautions
Always wear safety equipment such as
goggles, ear plugs and head protection at
all times when operating the compressor.
Do not inspect or clean the compressor
while the hydraulic power source is
connected. Accidental engagement of the
tool can cause serious injury.
Before performing any maintenance on the
compressor, place a warning tag on the
hydraulic power source or disconnect the
hoses from the compressor motor to prevent
accidental startup of the compressor.
Always connect hoses to the compressor
before energizing the hydraulic power
source. Be sure all hose connections are
tight, both air and hydraulic.
Establish a training program for all operators
to ensure safe operation.
Do not operate the compressor unless
thoroughly trained or under the supervision
of an instructor.
Do not operate the compressor if it is
damaged, improperly adjusted or not
completely or properly assembled.
Never operate the compressor with any of
the guards removed.
Do not attempt to adjust or disable the
compressors air pressure relief valve. This
valve limits the air pressure to 150 PSI.
The surface of the air compressor and the
plumbing between the compressor and the
cooler may reach temperatures above 150
degrees. Touching these surfaces during
operation can cause burns.
The air taken in by the air compressor must
be free of flammable fumes and vapors.
Compressor speed should not exceed 1300
RPM.
Use and operate this air compressor only in
full compliance with all pertinent O.S.H.A.
requirements and all Federal, State and
Local codes or requirements.
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Specifications
Compressor System Description
• Cast Iron Crankcase Casting
• Heavy Ductile Iron Crankshaft
• High Temperature Precision Pistons
• Tapered Roller Bearings
• Cast Aluminum Cylinder Heads
• Stainless Steel Reed Valves
• Heavy Duty Journal Bushings
• Pulsation Manifold
• Micro-honed Connecting Rods
• Pressure Lubricated System
• Oil Pressure Gauge
SHD-132 Drive System Description
• 16 GPM Hydraulic System
• 3000 PSI System Pressure
• All Steel Plumbing W/ JIC Fittings
• 165 Sq. In., 300 BTU Cooler
• 3200 PSI Pressure Relief Setting
• 861 CFM, 12 Volt Cooler Fan
• Direct Drive Coupling
• Model:
• 6061 Aluminum Manifold
• Air Pressure Control Valve
General Specifications
• Weight:
• Delivery:
• Maximum Working Pressure:
• Electrical:
• Oil Capacity:
• Cylinders:
• 12 VDC Solenoid Control Valve
• Maximum Compressor Speed:
HV-60
117 lbs (SHD-123: 300 lbs)
70 CFM @ 100 PSI
150 PSI
12 VDC
2 Quarts
Four Cylinder(Single Stage)
1200 RPM
Operation
Operation
3
General Operation Notes
Each compressor is bench tested under load at the factory to ensure proper break-in and
operation. While it is not necessary to follow any break-in procedure, the following checks
should be made before putting the unit into service and periodically during use.
Before Start-Up
Check the oil level in the compressor with the dipstick on the unit. If oil is needed, use
American Eagle synthetic compressor oil (P/N C0087) or an equivalent synthetic oil. Note:
There may be oil left in the crankcase from the factory bench test. Overfilling may cause
the compressor to back blow oil. Always check the oil level and fill to the designated
marking on the dipstick before putting the unit into service.
Check the air intake filters on each head to make certain that they are clean and
unobstructed. Dirty air filters are a possible cause of reduced air output.
To use the compressor, start the engine and engage the hydraulic system with the
compressor toggle switch. Through the hydraulic valve manifold, the system will now
function automatically. Once engaged, adjust the engine speed control to ensure that the
compressor speed does not exceed 1300 RPM under load.
SHD-132 Operation Notes
If adjustment is necessary for cable operated speed controls, loosen the jam nut on the
cable end, make the adjustment and retighten the jam nut.
For electronic operated speed controls, adjust speed adjustment screw as needed to set
RPM.
For setting engine RPM through the chassis ECM, contact local chassis dealer.
When the air pressure falls below 120 PSI, the 12 volt electric solenoid opens allowing
hydraulic oil to flow to the hydraulic drive motor then back to the manifold and through
the oil cooler assembly. Once the air pressure reaches 150 PSI the solenoid closes shutting
off the oil flow to the motor and diverts the oil to the oil cooler.
With the compressor engaged, the main cooling system, which consists of an oil cooler,
electric fan motor and fan continually runs drawing ambient air through the cooler fins
and across the fan assembly discharging heated air past the compressor and out the
cover assembly.
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Maintenance
The following table is a list of routine maintenance items, including service intervals. Service
intervals are listed as hours, days, or weeks, whichever occurs first. American Eagle
recommends that these service intervals be followed.
Maintenance operation
Service Intervals
Drain air tanks
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
Hourly
Check crankcase oil level
Check fittings and airlines
Check hydraulic fluid level
Inspect and clean air intake filters
Clean and operate safety valves
Clean cooling fins on radiator
Inspect check valve
Inspect and clean compressor valves
6
Replace air filters
3
Replace hydraulic filter
Tighten all fittings and fasteners
Check all electrical connections
Check compressor reed valves
Inspect and clean air check valve
CHANGE CRANKCASE OIL (see footnote below)
6
3
3
250
250
Under normal operating conditions, oil changes are required every 3 months. When operating in a
dirty environment, change the oil more frequently as your particular operating condition dictates.
USE AE SYNTHETIC COMPRESSOR OIL P/N C0087.
COMPRESSOR CRANKCASE CAPACITY IS 2 QUART.
General preventative maintenance includes maintaining proper fluid level in both systems and the
general cleanliness of the equipment. Proper fluids according to the specifications are required.
Installation
Installation
Compressor Installation
5
Component Installation
This section pertains to the installation of the air compressor, PTO, pump and
other related items. The instructions are intended as a guide to assist you with
particular installation. These instructions will provide only general information.
Pulsation Chamber Assembly
Torque and Procedure Chart
Torque Value: 31 FT. LBS.
Procedure: See Head Installation Procedure Section
Head Assembly
Torque Value: 31 FT. LBS.
Procedure: Assemble both heads on the cylinders with head bolts started only, not tight. Set
pulsation chamber in place between heads, making sure the “O” ring is in place in each
head. Screw the (4) chamber mounting bolts down but not tight. Snug (6) head bolts in
each head to light torque. Tighten (4) chamber bolts to 31 Ft-lbs. torque. Tighten (6) head
bolts in each head to 31 Ft-lbs. torque, doing the (2) long center bolts first and the (4) short
bolts last. After five hours of use re-torque bolts to 31 Ft-lbs.
Cylinder Assembly
Torque Value: 31 FT. LBS.
Procedure: After assembling cylinder over pistons and setting into place, tighten (6) cap
screws finger tight. In a criss-cross pattern, tighten bolts evenly so all bolts are hand snug.
Again in a criss-cross pattern torque each bolt to 31 Ft-lbs., checking each bolt twice. After
five hours of use, re-torque bolts to 31 Ft-lbs.
Connecting Rod Assembly
Torque Value: 18 FT. LBS.
Procedure: Assemble rod onto the crankshaft taking care to align the machined surfaces
together and tighten cap screws finger tight. Tighten bolts until hand tight and torque to 18
Ft-lbs. Check twice the torque reading before final assembly of the cylinders.
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SHD-132 Installation
Pump Assembly:
The pump assembly may either be installed directly
on the PTO or as an optional method, may be
driven by a driveline from the PTO. Pump
manufacturers provide specific installation
information for their products and should be
consulted if questions arise.
PTO Assembly:
Check with the PTO manufactures representative
for specific instructions regarding your particular
make, model, and year of vehicle. As some trucks
may require modification of the transmission cross
member and the exhaust system, the
manufacturer’s instructions should be followed to
insure proper installation of the PTO.
Compressor Assembly:
Prepare the mounting location of the compressor
by locating and drilling four (4) holes, 1/2” diameter
as per the mounting pattern of the air compressor
base. Using four (4) 3/8” x 1.25 GR-5 cap screws,
3/8” lock washer, and 3/8” nyloc nut, secure the
compressor in place. The compressor is air cooled,
and must have a clean supply of cooling air to the
fan with minimum restrictions. Adequate space
must be provided for proper circulation of air.
Electrical Connections:
From the air pressure switch there are two (2) wires,
red and black, running to the outside of the
compressor housing. Connect the black wire to the
vehicle frame or other suitable ground. Mount a
single throw toggle switch in a convenient location
and connect the red wire from the compressor to
this switch. Connect the other switch terminal to a
fuse holder and then to a 12-volt power supply. A
third wire is required from the air compressor switch
when connecting the speed control into the
system. (See drawing below)
FAN
GND
LINE
CPRSR
MOTOR
SPD CTRL
PRESSURE
SWITCH
C
B
A
HYDRAULIC
MANIFOLD
C
B
A
COMPRESSOR (12V INPUT)
GROUND
SPEED CONTROL
Electric speed control:
An optional electric or electronic speed control
must be used to maintain proper operating speed
of the air compressor. The engine speed control will
automatically increase from idle to preset speed
when engaged and decrease when disengaged.
The electric cable pull speed control (American
Eagle P/N 25740) is used on most gasoline engines.
The electronic speed controls are used only on Ford
7.3 and 6.0L diesel engines. Proper installation
instructions are provided with each system.
Hydraulic System:
The hydraulic system consists of the pump, oil
reservoir, filters and hoses. Installed on the
compressor is a valve block assembly that controls
the flow to the hydraulic motor. To this block, a 1/2”
high-pressure hose must be attached. This hose
comes from the hydraulic pumps pressure side. A
3/4” minimum low-pressure return line is connected
to the oil cooler outlet and is routed to the oil
reservoir. American Eagle recommends a sufficient
sized reservoir be provided which includes the
proper suction and return filters. The cooler on the
compressor is designed and sized to cool the air
compressor efficiently. An auxillary oil cooler is
required when additional hydraulically operated
equipment are added to the hydraulic system.
Pressure on the return line exceeding 200 PSI can
and will cause damage to the filter, cooler, and
components of the compressor hydraulic system.
Return Line
Pressure
Line
Pressure Setting Instructions
Kick On (Step 2)
Pressure Setting
Adjustment
Screw
(115-120 psi)
Installation
Kick Out (Step 1)
Pressure Setting
Adjustment
Screw
(145-150 psi)
-
+
-
+
Note: Turning adjustment screws clockwise
increases psi settings. Turning adjustment screws
counterclockwise decreased psi settings.
Pressure Setting Instructions:
1. Always set the kick out pressure setting first. 145 psi minimum/150 psi maximum.
2. After kick out pressure is set, adjust the kick on screw setting at 115 psi minimum/120
psi maximum.
3. Cycle compressor to verify correct settings.
4. For questions about this procedure, please contact Stellar Customer Service.
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Assembly Drawings
Crankcase Group (Straight Shaft)
37
36
30
35
31
27
28
38
10
11
9
26
12
16
12
15
32
8
29
14
10
33
23
24
18
21
31
19
1
13
22
34
17
25
5
20
6
4
3
2
7
CRANKCASE GROUP
ITEM PART
1 11878
2 C0055
3 C0057
4 C5416
5 C0058
6 C6273
7 C4841
8 11891
9 11890
10 11888
11 2 33 68
12 11889
13 11893
14 C0060
15 C0059
16 5 8 17
17 C0050
18 C6275
19 C0052
2 0 2 2 20 9
21 C0054
22 22 626
23 0 3 5 3
2 4 03 5 1
25 0485
26 118 8 5
2 7 2 6 03 3
28 2 603 4
29 5819
30 22210
31 C0041
32 2 26 86
33 23 05 0
34 23 68 5
35 C1054
36 21659
3 7 2 34 83
38 23669
DESCRIPTION
CRANKCASE HV60
OIL INTAKE PLUG
O'RING 2-115 FOR OIL PICKUP TUBE
TUBE OIL INTAKE .38 X 3.00
OIL INTAKE FILTER SCREEN
SNAP RING PISTON PIN N5000-62
PLUG 0.38 NPT SQ HD BLK
B E A RI NG C A RRI ER GA SK E T .0 15 HV 6 0
BE ARIN G SE AL H V60
BEARI NG CUP H V6 0
C R A N K S H A FT H V 6 0
B EARIN G CONE
BE AR I N G CA RRI E R HV6 0
SPRING OIL PUMP
OIL PUMP TRANSFER BUSHING
R O L L PI N 0 . 1 9X .50
OIL PUMP
PORT PLATE GASKET
PORT PLATE MACHINED
R O L L PIN 0 . 19X . 63
PORT PLATE COVER GASKET (SMALL)
P ORT P LA TE COV ER
C A P S C R 0. 3 8 - 1 6X 2 . 0 0 H H GR 5
C A P S C R 0 .3 8 - 1 6 X 1 . 0 0 H H G R 5
C A P S C R 0 . 3 1 - 1 8X 1 . 2 5 H H G R 5
B R E A T H E R B AF FL E H V 6 0
CAP SCR # 10 -24 X1 . 00 SH
NUT #10-24 HH NYLOC
GAUGE OIL P SI 1.5
D I P S TI CK O IL C H EC K V4 8 0
O'RING-112
H A N D LE D I P S T I C K O I L C H E C K V 4 8 0
DI PS TI C K B ODY ( 20 0)
DI PS TI C K RO D HV 60
NIPPLE 0.75X12.00 PIPE
REDU B USH ING 0 . 7 5 X0 . 3 8 B RA SS
B REA T H ER C P RS R .3 8 N P T BF 6
K EY F LY WH E E L 3/8 X 2
QTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
7
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
2
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
Assembly Drawings
Cylinder Group
7
3
6
11
4
5
10
9
5
12
1
8
12
2
CYLINDER GROUP
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
PART
11907
23369
11 87 7
23370
2 348 1
0523
0 3 35
23043
23044
2 30 42
1 188 4
36369
DESCRIPTION
CONNE CTING ROD H V60 O/ S
P IS T ON HV 60
CYL I N D E R H V6 0
PI STON PI N HV60
S NA P R I NG P I S T O N HV 6 0
WAS HER 0 .3 8 LOC K
CA P S C R 0. 38 -1 6 X 1 . 2 5 HH G R 5
RI NG OIL H V 60 FL EX DIV IDER
RING C OMPRESSION LOWER HV 6 0
RING COMPRESSION UPPER H V 60
GASKET CYLINDER BASE HV60
R I NG O IL H V 6 0 R I NG RA I L
QTY.
2
2
1
2
4
6
6
2
2
2
2
4
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Head Group
8
9
7
6
15
17
5
12
11
13
10
4
3
2
1
HEAD GROUP
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
PART
9980
11897
9979
11894
C1586
C0040
5828
11898
11886
1 1 9 00
11901
11903
1 1 90 2
6684
C 0 29 1
2 38 75
26 03 2
14
16
DESCRIPTION
GASKET C YL HE AD HV -60
VALVE PLATE ASSEMBLY HV60
GA SK ET CYL H EA D (V ALVE PLATE ) HV-60
H EAD A/ C HV 60
CAP SCR 0 .38-16X 1. 75 S H HE AD B OLT
WA S H E R H D B O L T S TL
WASHER LONG HD BOLT (BRASS)
CA P S CR 0. 38 - 1 6X3 .7 5 SH H EAD BO LT
C A P S C R 0 . 25- 2 8 X 0.8 8 S H
FI L T E R R E T A I N ER H V 6 0
F I L T E R I N N E R E L E ME N T H V 6 0
FILTER S CREE N HV60
F I L T E R O U TE R E L E M EN T H V6 0
C AP SCR #1 0-3 2 X 0 .50 S H
O ' R I N G - 2 1 4 V I T O N 9 0 0 9- 7 5
WA SHE R #1 0 STAR CPR SR
WASHER 0.255 ID BRASS
4
QTY.
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
3
1
3
2
2
1
5
3
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
MANIFOLD DISCHARGE
PART
23486
D1292
5797
600 0
5596
DESCRIPTION
MA NIFOL D HV 60 DI SCHA RGE O/S
C AP SC R 0 .4 4- 1 4X 1 .2 5 S HGR 5 B L K
D R A IN C O C K -V 48 0
P L U G 0. 75 N PT SQ HD C S BL K
PL UG 1. 00 NP T S Q H D CS B LK
QTY.
1
4
1
1
1
Head Options
#11894
Aluminum Air Cooled
Imbedded Filter & 1”
Threaded NPT Discharge
#11896
Aluminum Air Cooled
1” Threaded Inlet & 1”
Threaded NPT Discharge
Assembly Drawings
#11895
Aluminum Water Cooled
Imbedded Filter & 1”
Threaded NPT Discharge
#10381
Aluminum Water Cooled
1” Threaded Inlet & 1”
Threaded NPT Discharge
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Flywheel Options
28688
14” B-DUAL GROOVE
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SUH-132 Compressor Assembly
COMPRESSOR ASSEMBLY
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
PART
10365
24096
4555
D1450
10155
D1273
DESCRIPTION
CPRSR HV60W 88NP
NIPPLE 1.00X5.00 SS 304
ELBOW 1.00 90 DEG BRASS
NIPPLE 1.00XCLOSE BRASS 40-100
UNLOADER-CHECK VALVE NL-14 CONRDR
FTG 1.00-0.75 BUSH RED BRASS
QT Y .
1
1
1
1
1
1
ITEM
7
8
9
10
11
PART
10082
C2236
C6235
25450
C4665
DESCRIPTION
MUFFLER EXHAUST AIR 0.50 NPT 1A328
FTG .75-.50 BUSH HEX BLK
FTG BRASS ELL 90 DEG A/C
HOSE 0.63X18.00
HOSE CLAMP #8 SS
QT Y .
1
2
2
1
2
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Assembly Drawings
SHD-132 Compressor Assembly
COMPRESSOR ASSEMBLY
ITEM
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
PART
10150
8498
0523
0335
10149
C6353
0351
23669
10078
D0793
D0791
10081
0345
10080
0525
0359
D1431
D1263
C5549
C3075
C4913
C4914
C6015
C4671
10087
DESCRIPTION
BASE WLDMNT SHD 132
CPRSR HV60AI8NP
WASHER 0.38 LOCK
CAP SCR 0.38-16X1.25 HHGR5
BRKT COOLER MOUNT SHD132
WASHER 0.38 FLAT GR8
CAP SCR 0.38-16X1.00 HHGR5
KEY FLYWHEEL 5/16 X 2
COUPG 3/8 KW L150-1.438
COUPG SPIDER L150-U BLUE URETHANE
COUPG 1/4 KW L150-1.00
MOTOR MOUNT M056522B 132A CPRSR
CAP SCR 0.38-16X1.50 HHGR5
MOTOR HYD M330A842VREB12-43 2.46CID
WASHER 0.50 LOCK
CAP SCR 0.50-13X1.50 HHGR5
FTG ADAPT ML O'RING 3/8 FM PIPE
FTG HOSE BARB 0.38 HOSE X 0.38 90DG
FTG ORB/JIC STRT CONNT 12-F5OX-S
BLOCK AL CPRSR SHD 66
VALVE SOLND
VALVE RELIEF CP-200-1-B-0-A-C
FTG 0.75 PLUG 12-P5ON
FTG 8-12 C50X JIC 90 DEG
TUBE ASM 0.50 MANIF TO MOTOR 132A
QTY.
1
1
10
4
1
6
6
1
1
1
1
1
4
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4
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ITEM
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PART
C1129
0347
10084
5290
D0075
D0076
C6145
10086
D1450
10085
C6151
C6159
20467
C6101
C0863
17021
D0240
C6147
C5616
10618
C0922
0343
0342
10617
DESCRIPTION
COOLER OIL
NUT 0.38-16 HH NYLOC
FAN 12.00 PULL 12 VOLT 132A COMP
WASHER #8 SAE FLAT ZP
SCREW #6-32X2.75 RH HD MACHINE
NUT #6-32 HH NYLOC
FTG 90 DEG
TUBE ASM 0.75 MANIF TO CLR 132A
NIPPLE 1.00XCLOSE BRASS 40-100
VALVE CHECK 1.00 CB10
FTG 90 DEG
COUPLER 1.00 STL
NIPPLE 1.00X6.00 BRASS
FTG 0.25-0.13 FF HEX NIPPLE
SWITCH PRES COMPRESSOR
TUBING COPPER SHD132 CPRSR
FTG ELL 0.13 CPRSN TUBE TO NPT
ADAPT 1.00X90 DEG STL
CLAMP ROMEX 0.50
HOOD F/G SHD132
CAP SCR 0.31-18X1.00 HHGR5
WASHER 0.31 FLAT
NUT 0.31-18 HH NYLOC
DECAL SHD132
QTY.
1
4
1
6
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
1
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Hydraulics/Electrical
SHD-132 Control Kit
FAN
GND
LINE
CPRSR
SPD CTRL
MOTOR
PRESSURE
SWITCH
C
B
A
HYDRAULIC
MANIFOLD
C
B
A
COMPRESSOR (12V INPUT)
GROUND
SPEED CONTROL
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Hydraulics/Electrical
Typical Hydraulic Circuit for Single Stage Pump with
PN 30533
Multiple Components
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Typical Hydraulic Circuit for Tandum
(Two Part) Pump with
PN 30532
Multiple Components
Typical Hydraulic Circuit for Compressor
with Auxiliary Cooler
HYDRAULIC
RESERVOIR
FILTER
FILTER SCREEN
AUXILIARY
COOLER
SUCTION PORT
SINGLE
HYDRAULIC
PUMP
COMPRESSOR
RETURN
PRESSURE
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Replacement Parts
Replacement Parts
Overhaul Kit - P/N: 24098
Consisting of:
Gasket Set (1)
Ring Set (1)
O-Ring (2)
Valve Plate (2)
Bearing Oil Seal (1)
Oil- 2 Qt
Inner Filter (2)
Outer Filter (2)
Gasket Set Complete - P/N: 11876
Ring Set Complete - P/N: 11906
Valve Plate Assembly - P/N: 24097
Consisting of:
Valve Plate (1)
Top Head Gasket (1)
Bottom Head Gasket (1)
Crankshaft With Bearings:
Straight Shaft - P/N: 11887
Canister Filter - P/N: 22867
Call 800-321-3741 to Order
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Troubleshooting
General Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
Compressor does not run
No 12 Volt Power to Compressor
Air reservoir full
Hydraulic lines not connected
Couplers or hoses blocked
Air load against compressor
Hydraulic pump not working
Hydraulic motor not working
Check valve leaking
Check Fuse
Drain and activate pressure switch
Connect lines
Locate and remove restriction
Relieve air pressure
Check flow and pressure settings
Inspect and repair
Disassemble, clean, and reinstall or replace
Compressor runs hot
Compressor runs too slow
Compressor will not stop
Air output too low
(air pressure okay)
Compressor cycles
(air not being used)
Air Output low
(Air Pressure Low)
Air pressure too low
Air pressure too high
High crankcase oil usage
Blowing oil from crankcase
breather
No lubricating oil pressure
Check compressor rotation
Compressor reed valves
Dirty intake filter
Low oil Level
Check valve leaking
Compressor reed valves
Check for hose leaks
Hydraulic flow too low
Hydraulic motor worn
Power unit relief set too low
Hydraulic system too hot
Speed control not working
Air pressure switch set wrong
Leaking hoses or fittings
Low compressor speed
Air filter dirty
Airlines leaking
Check valve plugged
Leaks in air line
Air pressure switch set wrong
Dirt in solenoid valve
Dirty air filter
Intake reed valves malfunction
Insufficient torque on head bolts
Air pressure switch set wrong
Air line leak
Air consumption exceeds
Compressor capacity
Intake or exhaust valves damaged
Pressure switch not operating
Internal contamination
Pressure switch not adjusted
Oil level too high
Oil leaks
Piston rings worn or broken
Blown head gasket
Piston rings worn or broken
Oil level in crankcase too high
Hole in piston
Air lock in oil pump
No oil in crankcase
Pump suction blocked
Check fittings on hydraulic motor
Inspect, clean or replace valves
Clean filter assembly
Level Add oil if needed
Disassemble, clean, and re-install
Inspect, clean or replace valves
Tighten any hose fitting leaking
Check and reset flow
Replace with new motor
Readjust relief valve
Reservoir too small. Add cooler to system.
Check power supply and readjust
Check points and setting on switch
Tighten all fittings and hoses
Refer to compressor too slow
Clean or Replace Filters
Retighten hoses
Remove and clean check valve
Tighten hoses and fittings
Check cut-in and cutout settings
Remove and clean
Inspect and clean filter
If air back-flows from air filter, reed valve is faulty and
needs to be replaced.
Tighten bolts to required torque
Readjust high pressure setting
Inspect and tighten loose hoses
Check air demand for items using the air supply
Inspect and replace
Inspect and clean
Inspect and clean
Readjust to lower pressure
Check oil level and drain if needed
Inspect and repair gaskets or seals
Replace rings
Replace gasket
Replace rings
Check oil level and drain
Replace piston
Loosen oil gauge while compressor is running. When
oil begins to flow from fitting, tighten oil gauge.
Check oil level and add
Remove oil intake plug and inspect intake and screen.
Clean blockage.
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Troubleshooting
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SHD-60 Troubleshooting
If symptoms of poor performance develop, the following chart can be used as a guide to
investigate and correct the problem. When diagnosing faults in operations of the air
compressor, always check that the hydraulic power source is supplying the correct
hydraulic flow and pressure that is listed in the compressor specification section of this
manual. Note: To Operate, the American Eagle SHD-132 Compressor needs 10 GPM and
1800 PSI System Pressure.
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
Note: When checking
hydraulic pump flow, make
sure the air tank is closed
and the compressor is
running.
Faulty Hydraulic Pump.
If the pump pressure is below the recommended
GPM, replace the Hydraulic pump if necessary.
Compressor will not
operate:
Air receiver is full.
Drain and activate pressure switch.
Faulty Pressure Switch.
If there is no power going to the solenoid valve,
replace the pressure switch.
Compressor locks up at 110
psi and higher while under
load:
Weak Hydraulic Motor.
Oil Pressure is low.
12 Volt power is not going to the line
side of the pressure switch.
Hydraulic Lines not installed correctly.
Air Couplers or hoses are blocked.
Inline Check-Valve is leaking.
Faulty Solenoid Valve.
Compressor is locked up.
Hydraulic motor malfunctioning.
Hydraulic pump malfunctioning.
If the Hydraulic pump is supplying the
recommended amount of fluid to the hydraulic
motor, replace the hydraulic motor.
If the oil pressure gauge is reading in the red
area, the oil pressure is low. See the Low Oil
Pressure entry in this troubleshooting section.
If there is no power going to the line side of the
pressure switch, trace the wire back to the
power source.
Reinstall hydraulic lines.
Locate and remove restriction.
Disassemble, clean, and reinstall or replace.
If there is power going to the pressure switch,
press down on the solenoid valve bypass button.
If the compressor starts to operate, replace the
solenoid valve.
Remove the coupler and lovejoy between the
compressor pump and the hydraulic motor. Turn
the compressor over by hand. If the compressor
turns over freely, the pump is ok. This indicates
there is a possible hydraulic problem.
Inspect and repair.
Check flow and pressure settings.
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Problem
Compressor runs hot:
Possible Cause
Solution
Low oil Level.
Add oil if needed.
Dirty intake filter.
Inline check-valve leaking.
Blown Head or Reed Valve Gasket.
Compressor runs too slow:
Malfunctioning reed valve.
Speed control not working.
Check for air hose leaks.
Hydraulic system too hot.
Power unit relief set too low.
Hydraulic motor worn.
Hydraulic flow too low.
Compressor hesitates or
stumbles at restart (115 PSI):
Malfunctioning reed valves.
Weak Hydraulic Pump.
Note: Compressor kicks out
at 150 PSI and kicks back
in at 115 PSI
Weak Hydraulic Motor.
No lubricating oil pressure:
No oil in crankcase.
Pump suction blocked.
Air lock in oil pump.
Oil pump pin is broken.
Malfunctioning oil pump.
Clean filter assembly.
Disassemble, clean, and re-install.
Replace Gasket.
Inspect, clean or replace valves.
Check power supply and readjust.
Tighten any hose fitting leaking.
Reservoir too small. Add cooler to system.
Readjust relief valve.
Replace with new motor.
Check and reset flow.
Inspect, clean, or replace valves.
If the hydraulic pump pressure is below the
recommended GPM to the hydraulic motor, the
hydraulic pump could be weak and needs to be
replaced.
If the hydraulic pump is supplying the
recommended GPM to the hydraulic motor, the
hydraulic motor could be weak and needs to be
replaced.
Add oil.
Remove oil intake plug and inspect intake
screen. Clean blockage.
Loosen oil gauge while the compressor is
running. When oil begins to flow, tighten the
gauge.
Replace pin.
If the oil pressure gauge indicator is reading in
the red area, use a 1/4” lock washer and point it
flat. Remove the oil pump housing cover and
place the lock washer inside the oil pump
transfer bushing so it is between the pump spring
and the transfer bushing. If oil pressure is still low,
add one more lock washer. If two lock washers
don’t increase the oil pressure, replace the oil
pump.
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Problem
Air Output low:
(Air Pressure Low)
Air pressure too low:
Air pressure too high:
Possible Cause
Dirty air filter.
Inspect and clean filter.
Intake reed valves malfunction.
If air back-flows from air filter, reed valve is faulty
and needs to be replaced.
Insufficient torque on head bolts.
Air line leaking.
Air consumption exceeds Compressor
capacity.
Blowing oil from crankcase
breather:
Check air demand for items using the air supply.
Pressure switch not functioning
correctly.
Inspect and clean.
Pressure switch not adjusted
correctly.
External oil leaks.
Oil level too high.
Piston rings worn or broken.
Oil level in crankcase too high.
Blown head gasket.
Piston rings worn or broken.
Compressor will not stop:
Inspect and tighten loose hoses.
Readjust high pressure setting.
Intake or exhaust reed valves
damaged.
Hole in piston.
Air pressure switch set incorrectly .
Leaking air hoses or fittings.
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Tighten bolts to required torque.
Air pressure switch set incorrectly.
Internal contamination.
High crankcase oil usage:
Troubleshooting
Inspect and replace.
Inspect and clean.
Readjust to lower pressure.
Inspect and repair gaskets or seals.
Check oil level and drain if needed.
Replace rings.
Check oil level and drain.
Replace gasket.
Replace ring.
Replace piston.
Check points and setting on switch.
Tighten all fittings and hoses.
®
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American Eagle warrants products designed and manufactured by Stellar to be free from defects in material and workmanship under proper use
and maintenance. Products must be installed and operated in accordance with Stellar’s written instructions and capacities. The warranty period
shall cover the following:
Twelve (12) month warranty on parts and
Twelve (12) month repair labor
The warranty period shall begin from the date recorded by American Eagle as the in-service date. This date will be derived from the completed
warranty registration card. In the event a warranty registration card is not received by American Eagle, the factory ship date will be used. New
compressors will be issued on all returns within 90 days of this factory ship date. After 90 days, American Eagle reserves the right to issue
remanufactured compressors. Regardless of in-service date, warranty coverage does not extend beyond twenty-four (24) months from date of
manufacture.
American Eagle’s obligation under this warranty is limited to, and the sole remedy for any such defect shall be, the repair and/or replacement (at
American Eagle’s option) of the unaltered part and/or component in question. American Eagle after-sales service personnel must be notified by
telephone, fax, or letter of any warranty-applicable damage within fourteen (14) days of its occurrence. If at all possible, American Eagle will ship
the replacement part within 24-hours of notification by the most economical, yet expedient, means possible. Expedited freight delivery will be at
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be issued to the claiming party prior to the return of any warranty parts. Parts returned without prior authorization will not be recognized for
warranty consideration. All damaged parts must be returned to American Eagle freight prepaid; freight collect returns will be refused. Freight
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may also be voided if the product is modified or altered in any way not approved, in writing, by American Eagle.
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registration is the ultimate responsibility of the owner and may be accomplished by the completion and return of the American Eagle product
registration card provided with the product. If the owner is not sure of registration, he is encouraged to contact American Eagle at the address
below to confirm registration of the product in question. This warranty covers only defective material and workmanship. It does not cover
depreciation or damage caused by normal wear and tear, accident, mishap, untrained operators, or improper or unintended use. The owner has
the obligation of performing routine care and maintenance duties as stated in American Eagle’s written instructions, recommendations, and
specifications. Any damage resulting from owner/operator failure to perform such duties shall void the coverage of this warranty. The owner will
pay the cost of labor and supplies associated with routine maintenance.
The only remedies the owner has in connection with the breach or performance of any warranty on the American Eagle product specified are
those set above. In no event will American Eagle, the American Eagle distributor/dealer, or any company affiliated with American Eagle be liable
for business interruptions, costs of delay, or for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential costs or damages. Such costs may include, but
are not limited to, loss of time, loss of revenue, loss of use, wages, salaries, commissions, lodging, meals, towing, hydraulic fluid, or any other
incidental cost.
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American Eagle does not participate in, or obligate itself to, any such warranty.
American Eagle reserves the right to make changes in design or improvement upon its products without imposing upon itself the same upon its
products theretofore manufactured.
This warranty will apply to all American Eagle Drawer Sets and Compressed Air Systems shipped from American Eagle’s factory after July 1,
2005. The warranty is for the use of the original owner only and is not transferable without prior written permission from American Eagle.
THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. REMEDIES UNDER THIS WARRANTY ARE LIMITED TO THE
PROVISION OF MATERIAL AND SERVICES, AS SPECIFIED HEREIN. AMERICAN EAGLE INDUSTRIES, INC. IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
Revision Date: March 2006
Document Number: 37042