ATD Tools Atd-5810 Automobile Parts User Manual

Hydraulic
Body Repair Kits
Operating Instructions & Parts Manual
Model Number
Atd-5800
Atd-5810
Capacity
4 Ton
10 Ton
(Model Atd-5810 shown)
Atd Tools Inc.
160 Enterprise Drive, Wentzville, MO 63385
OIPM#5800-0309
Printed in China
Save these instructions. For your safety, read and understand the information contained within. The owner and
operator shall have an understanding of this product and safe operating procedures before attempting to use this
product. Instructions and Safety information shall be conveyed in the operators native language before use of this
product is authorized. Make certain that the operator thoroughly understands the inherent dangers associated with
the use and misuse of the product. If any doubt exists as to the safe and proper use of this product as outlined in this
factory authorized manual, remove from service. Inspect before each use. Do not use if broken, bent, cracked or
otherwise damaged parts are noted. If any component of this product has been or suspected to have been subjected
to a shock load (a load dropped suddenly, unexpectedly upon it), discontinue use until checked out by an Atd Tools
authorized service center. Owners and operators of this equipment shall be aware that the use and subsequent
repair of this equipment may require special training and knowledge. It is recommended that an annual inspection
be done by qualified personnel and that any missing or damaged parts, decals, warning / safety labels or signs be
replaced with factory authorized replacement parts only. Any component of this Body Repair Kit that appears to be
damaged in any way, is worn or operates abnormally shall be removed from service immediately until such time as
it can be repaired/replaced. Labels and Operator's Manuals are available from the manufacturer (see Replacement
Parts, pages 7 & 8).
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Atd Tools Hydraulic Body Repair Kits are designed to be used for pushing, spreading, and pressing of vehicle body
panels as well as various component parts and assemblies. A variety of attachments are included.
WARNING: when extension tubes and/or offset attachments are used, the rated capacity is always reduced
by 50 % for each tube or offset attachment connected. See Parts Section on page 7 & 8 for identification of
"offset" attachments.
SPECIFICATIONS
Ram
Model
Pump
Capacity
Ram
Capacity
Closed Height
Extended Height
Number of
Attachments
Atd-5800
8,000 psi
4 Ton
10-3/4”
15-5/8”
14
Atd-5810
10,000 psi
10 Ton
13-3/4”
19-3/4”
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BEFORE USE
pump handle
release valve
oil filler
screw
ram plunger
hose
dust cover
ram
coupler
hose coupler
Figure 1 - Atd-5800 and Atd-5810 Nomenclature
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1. Before using this product, read the owner's manual
completely and familiarize yourself thoroughly with
the product, its components and recognize the
hazards associated with its use.
2. Inspect before each use. Do not use if bent, broken,
leaking or damaged components are noted.
3. Check to ensure that all parts of your kit are included
(see illustration and parts list).
4. Carefully remove the dust caps and plugs from hose
coupler and ram coupler.
5. Connect hose coupler to ram coupler, ensure that
there are no fluid leaks.
6. Locate and open release valve. Close release
valve clockwise and pump handle until ram is fully
extended, then open release valve counter-clockwise
until ram has fully retracted.
7. With ram fully retracted and release valve open, place
pump in horizontal position. Locate and open oil filler
screw (on reservoir body, near the back). This will
release air trapped within the reservoir. Retighten
the oil filler screw.
8. If using with air actuated units, an air source of at
least 7.8 CFM @ 90 PSI is required.
GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION
1. Ensure that attachments are fully engaged before
applying load.
2. Ensure that load is centrally applied to attachment or
ram saddle. Do not load off center.
3. Always monitor the force applied to workpiece by
using a load cell and indicator or you may monitor
pressure developed in the ram by using an inline
pressure gauge, then calculate the applied force
using the formula:
F = P x A, where F = lbs force, P = pressure in PSI,
and A = effective ram area in in2.
Ram Area of Model 50040 is: 0.998 in2
Ram Area of Model 50100 is: 2.411 in2
You can refer to Load-Pressure correlation chart on
page 9.
4. If bowing or bending of ram or any attachment occurs
during use, "STOP", release pressure immediately
and reconsider application. Application may not be
compatible with product, a ram kit with a higher
capacity may be needed.
! DANGER
• If oil leakage is detected, discontinue use of
the ram immediately and contact your nearest
Omega authorized Service Center. The ram
could develop excessive pressure and cause the
ram, hose or coupler to burst, which could cause
serious injury or death.
! WARNING
To avoid crushing and related
injuries:
NEVER work on, under or around
a lifted load before it is properly
supported by appropriate
mechanical means such as jack
stands. Never rely on hydraulic
pressure alone to support load.
OPERATION
Wear protective clothing and safety
goggles to reduce the risk of injection.
Note: Inspect before each use for evidence of fluid
leaks, damaged hydraulic fittings, bent or broken
attachments and missing parts.
1. Locate and close release valve by turning it clockwise
until firmly closed. (Do not over tighten)
2. Operate by pumping handle. This will send fluid
from the pump reservoir into the high pressure hose
assembly and into the ram assembly.
3. Continue pumping until ram reaches desired
position.
! WARNING
• All WARNING statements must be carefully
observed to help prevent personal injury.
• Do not exceed rated capacity.
• Use only on hard, level surfaces capable of
sustaining rated capacity loads.
• Do not open oil filler screw unless ram is fully
retracted.
• Do not wear sandals and jewelry when
operating this equipment.
• Do not use as a vehicle lifting device or vehicle
support.
• Any attachment that is not loaded centrally, as
through the centerline of the ram, is considered
to be “offset”.
• When extension tubes and/or offset attachments
are used, the rated capacity is always reduced
by 50% for each tube or attacment connected.
• Monitor pressure and load at all times.
• Always verify load with calibrated load cell
and indicator, known good pressure gauge or
equivalent devices.
• Do not modify this device.
• Failure to heed these markings may result in
personal injury and/or property damage.
Note: Pump may be used in horizontal and vertical
position as illustrated (See figure. 2).
Figure 2 - Horizontal and Vertical position
To Release Pressure on work piece:
Slowly, carefully turn the release valve counterclockwise until ram retracts to desired position. Never
turn release valve more than 1/2 of a full turn. The
ram return system is spring loaded and the release
valve system is metered, allowing controlled retraction
of the ram.
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! WARNING
! WARNING
• Avoid pinch points or crush points that can be
created by the load or parts of ram.
• To help prevent material fatigue if the ram is to be
used in a continuous application, the load should
not exceed 85% of the rated capacity.
• Ram must be on a stable base which is able
to support the load while pushing or lifting.
• Ensure ram is fully engaged into/onto adapters,
extension accessories.
• To help prevent personal injury, use shims,
friction material or constraints to prevent
slippage of the base or load.
• Do not off-center loads on a ram.
The load can tip or the ram can
“kick out” and cause personal
injury.
Hydraulic Hoses and Fluid Transmission Lines
• Avoid short runs of straight line tubing. Straight
line runs do not provide for expansion and
contraction due to pressure and/or temperature
changes.
• Reduce stress in tube lines. Long tubing runs
should be supported by brackets or clips. Before
operating the pump, all hose connections must
be tightened with the proper tools. Do not
overtighten. Connections should only be tightened
securely and leak-free. Overtightening can cause
premature thread failure or high pressure fittings
to burst.
• Should a hydraulic hose ever rupture, burst or
need to be disconnected, immediately shut off
the pump and release all pressure. Never attempt
to grasp a leaking pressurized hose with your
hands. The force of escaping hydraulic fluid can
inflict injury.
• Do not subject the hose to potential hazard such
as fire, sharp objects, extreme heat or cold, or
heavy impact.
• Do not allow the hose to kink, twist, curl, crush,
cut or bend so tightly that the fluid flow within
the hose is blocked or reduced. Periodically
inspect the hose for wear, because any of these
conditions can damage the hose and possibly
result in personal injury.
• Do not pull, position or move setup by the hose.
Doing so can damage the hose and possibly
cause personal injury.
• Hose material and coupler seals must be
compatible with hydraulic fluid used. Hoses also
must not come in contact with corrosive materials
such as battery acid, creosote-impregnated
objects and wet paint. Hose deterioration due to
corrosive material can result in personal injury.
Never paint a coupler or hose.
• The user must be a qualified operator familiar
with the correct operation, maintenance, and use
of rams. Lack of knowledge in any of these areas
can lead to personal injury.
• Use only approved accessories and approved
hydraulic fluid.
• Do not exceed the rated capacity of the ram.
• Inspect each ram and coupler before each use to
prevent unsafe conditions from developing.
• Do not use rams if they are damaged, altered or
in poor condition.
• Do not use rams with bent or damaged coupler or
damaged threads.
• Under certain conditions, the use of an extension
with a hydraulic ram may not be advisable and
could present a dangerous condition.
Center loads on ram
• As the load is lifted, use blocking and cribbing to
guard against a falling load.
• Never allow personnel to work on, under or
around a load before it is properly supported by
appropriate mechanical means. Never rely on
hydraulic pressure alone to support load.
• All personnel must be clear before lowering.
• Never try to disassemble a hydraulic cylinder,
Refer repairs to qualified, authorized personnel.
IMPORTANT
• Keep ram clean at all times.
• When the ram is not is use, keep the piston(s)
fully retracted.
• Use an approved, high-grade pipe thread sealant
to seal all hydraulic connections. Teflon tape can
be used if only one layer of tape is used and it is
applied carefully (two threads back) to prevent the
tape from being introduced into hydraulic system.
A piece of tape could travel through the system
and obstruct the flow of fluid and adversely affect
function.
• Never attach ANY component not authorized by
manufacturer.
• Never use other than factory provided and/or
authorized fasteners.
KNOW YOUR SYSTEM
Your ram, hose(s), couplings and pump all must be
rated for the same maximum operating pressure,
correctly connected and compatible with the hydraulic
fluid used. An improperly matched system can cause
the system to fail and possibly cause serious injury.
If you are in doubt, consult your nearest Atd Tools
Dealer.
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Basic Setup
The capacity of the body repair kit can be significantly affected by the number of attachments used and the type of
load applied. The approximate load capacity of each function setup is illustrated below. When two or more extension
tubes are used together, be sure to position the shortest tube further away from the ram.
A. Push
Serrated Saddle
100%
Ram
Flat Base
Male Connector
Ram
Rubber Head
Male Connector
100%
Flat Base
(ii) Horizontal Push
(i) Vertical Push
Flat Base
Extension Tube
Male Connector
Ram
Combination
Head (900)
25%
(iii) Horizontal Push with Extension
B. Spread
Ram
25%
Ram
Ram Toe
0.5 Ton
Plunger Toe
Ram Toe
Hydraulic
Spreader
Extension Tube
25%
Flat Base
(i) Vertical Spread
(ii) Horizontal Spread
MAINTENANCE
(iii) Hydraulic Spreader
Changing oil
For best performance and increased system life, replace
the complete fluid supply at least once per year.
Important: Use only a good grade hydraulic jack oil.
Avoid mixing different types of fluid and Never use brake
fluid, turbine oil, transmission fluid, motor oil or glycerin.
Improper fluid can cause premature failure of the ram
and the potential for sudden and immediate loss of load.
We recommend Mobil DTE 13M or equivalent.
1. With ram fully lowered, remove the oil filler screw
from the pump reservoir as above.
2. Lay the pump on its side and drain the fluid into a
suitable container.
Adding oil
1. With ram fully lowered, set pump unit in its normal,
level position. Locate and remove oil filler screw.
2. Fill until oil is within 3/8" of the oil filler screw hole
opening, re-install oil filler screw.
Note: Dispose of hydraulic fluid in accordance with
local regulations.
3. Set pump in its level upright position.
4. Fill with good quality jack oil to within 3/8" of the oil
filler screw hole opening. Reinstall oil filler screw.
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Note: Never use sandpaper or abrasive material on
these surfaces!
Lubrication
A coating of light lubricating oil to pivot points and
hinges will help to prevent rust and assure that pump
assemblies move freely.
Storage
When not in use, store with the pump piston and ram
fully retracted.
Cleaning
Periodically check the pump piston and ram for signs
of rust or corrosion. Clean as needed and wipe with
an oily cloth.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
The following information is intended as an aid in determining if problem exists. For repair service, contact Atd Tools
service center in your area.
Possible Causes
Symptom
Corrective Action
Ram will not extend, or respond
to pressurized fluid
• Overload condition.
• Release valve not closed.
• Remedy overload condition.
• Ensure release valve closed.
Ram responds to pressurized
fluid, but system does not
maintain pressure
• Overload condition.
• Release valve not closed.
• Hydraulic unit malfunction.
• Remedy overload condition.
• Ensure release valve closed.
• Contact Service Center.
Ram will not return fluid to pump
• Malfunctioning coupler,
damaged application.
• Secure load by other means. Open
release valve, depressurize pump
and hose, remove application and
replace coupler.
• Secure load by other means. Open
release valve, depressurize pump
and hose, remove application, then
drain fluid to proper level.
• Reservoir overfilled.
Ram will not fully extend
(cylinder or spreader)
• Fluid level low.
• Secure load by other means. Open
release valve, depressurize pump
and hose, remove application, then
add fluid to proper level.
Poor performance
• Fluid level low.
• Air trapped in system.
• Ensure proper fluid level.
• Vent the sytem (refer to figure 3)
How to bleed air from system
1. Bleed air from ram: Place pump at a higher elevation than the hose and ram as shown in figure 3 below. The
objective is to “float the air bubbles up hill and back to the reservoir where they belong. Close valve and extend
ram as fas as possible. Open valve fully allowing oil and air to return to reservoir. Repeat this procedure two or
three times will do the trick.
2. Bleed air from pump: With ram fully retracted, remove oil filler screw to let pressurized air escape, then reinstall
oil filler screw.
Figure 3 - Pump and ram illustration to bleed air
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Model No. Atd-5800
Ref No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
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Part#
F040-41500-000
F040-41100-000
F040-41200-000
F040-41300-000
F040-41400-000
F040-41600-000
F040-40001-000
F040-40003-000
F040-44000-000
F040-40005-000
F040-40004-000
F040-43000-000
F040-40002-000
F040-71000-000
F040-50001-000
F040-30007-001
F040-90037-K02
F040-90037-K01
F040-60000-000
F040-21000-000
F040-90009-K03
F040-51000-000
F040-90107-K02
F040-50000-000
F040-00001-000
Atd-5800-L0
5800-0309
Description
Extension Tube (19-1/2")
Extension Tube (16-1/2")
Extension Tube (8-1/2")
Extension Tube (6-1/8")
Extension Tube (3")
Male connector
Wedge Head
Serrated Saddle
Flat Base
Plunger Toe
Ram Toe
Rubber Head
Combination Head
Hydraulic Spreader (1000 lb. capacity)
Dust Cover - Hose
Dust Cover - Ram
Hose Coupler, Male
Ram Coupler Assy, Female
Ram Assembly
Release Valve Knob
Pump Handle
Hose Assembly (with coupler)
Oil Filler Screw
Pump Assembly
Blow Molded Case
Label (not shown)
Manual
Figure 3 - Replacement Parts Illustration for Model Atd-5800
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Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Model No. Atd-5810
Ref No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
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Part#
F100-41100-000
F100-41200-000
F100-41300-000
F100-41400-000
F100-41500-000
F100-40002-000
F100-40004-000
F100-40001-000
F100-40006-000
F100-40005-100
F100-42000-100
F100-40003-000
F040-71000-000
F040-50001-000
F040-30007-001
F040-90037-K02
F040-90037-K01
F100-60000-000
F040-21000-000
F100-90009-K01
F040-51000-000
F040-90107-K02
F100-50000-000
F100-00001-000
Atd-5810-L0
5800-0309
Description
Extension Tube (27")
Extension Tube (18")
Extension Tube (10")
Extension Tube (4")
Male Connector
Wedge Head (offset)
Serrated Saddle
Flat Base
Plunger Toe (offset)
Ram Toe (offset)
Rubber Head
Combination Head (90o)
Hydraulic Spreader (1000 lb. capacity)
Dust Cover - Hose
Dust Cover - Ram
Hose Coupler, Male
Ram Coupler Assy., Female
Ram Assembly
Release Valve Knob
Pump Handle
Hose Assembly
Oil Filler Screw
Pump Assembly
Blow Molded Case
Label ( not shown)
Manual
Figure 4 - Replacement Parts Illustration for Model Atd-5810
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Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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1
1
1
1
1
Load - Pressure Correlation For Model Atd-5800 & Atd-5810
Always monitor the force applied to workpiece by using a load cell and indicator or you may monitor pressure
developed in the ram by using an inline pressure gauge, then calculate the applied force using the formula:
F=PxA
where F = Force/ Load (lbs);
P = Hydraulic working pressure (psi) and;
A = Ram effective area (in²)
For model Atd-5800, A = 0.998 in² ;
For model Atd-5810, A = 2.411 in²
Example1
Model Atd-5800 lifting 5,000 lbs will require what
presure?
Pressure = 5,000 lbs  0.998 in² = 5,010 psi
Example2
Model Atd-5810 operating at 6,000 psi will generate what force?
Force = 6,000 psi x 2.411 in2 = 14,466 lbs
Load
(lbs)
1,000
2,000
3,000
4,000
5,000
6,000
7,000
8,000
9,000
10,000
11,000
12,000
13,000
14,000
15,000
16,000
17,000
18,000
19,000
20,000
Pressure of 4 Ton Ram,
where A = 0.998 in2
(psi)
1,002
2,004
3,006
4,008
5,010
6,012
7,014
8,016
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Pressure of 10 Ton Ram,
where A = 2.411 in2
(psi)
415
830
1,244
1,659
2,074
2,489
2,903
3,318
3,733
4,148
4,562
4,977
5,392
5,807
6,221
6,636
7,051
7,466
7,881
8,295
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Available Parts: Please refer to the Parts drawing when ordering parts. Not all components of this kit are replacement items, but are illustrated as a convenient reference of location and position in the assembly sequence. When
ordering parts, give Model number, serial number and description below. Call or write for current pricing:
Atd Tools Inc. 160 Enterprise Drive, Wentzville, MO 63385 Tel:(636)327-9050 Fax:(636)327-9046
ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
For a period of one (1) year from date of purchase, Atd Tools Inc. will repair or replace, at its option, without charge,
any of its products which fails due to a defect in material or workmanship, or which fails to conform to any implied
warranty not excluded hereby.
Performance of any obligation under this warranty may be obtained by returning the warranted product, freight
prepaid, to Atd Tools Inc. Warranty Service Department, 160 Enterprise Drive, Wentzville, MO 63385.
Except where such limitations and exclusions are specifically prohibited by applicable law, (1) the CONSUMER'S
SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY SHALL BE THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF DEFECTIVE PRODUCTS AS
DESCRIBED ABOVE, and (2) Atd Tools Inc. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGE OR LOSS WHATSOEVER, and (3) THE DURATION OF ANY AND ALL EXPRESSED AND IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IS LIMITED TO A PERIOD OF ONE (1) YEAR FROM DATE OF PURCHASE.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply
to you. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above
limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have
other rights which vary from state to state.
Atd Tools Inc.
160 Enterprise Drive, Wentzville, MO 63385
Tel: (636)327-9050 Fax: (636)327-9046 www.atdtools.com
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Notes
Atd Tools Inc.
160 Enterprise Drive, Wentzville, MO 63385
Tel: (636)327-9050 Fax: (636)327-9046 www.atdtools.com
Notes
Atd Tools Inc.
160 Enterprise Drive, Wentzville, MO 63385
Tel: (636)327-9050 Fax: (636)327-9046 www.atdtools.com