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CONTENTS
Product Description................................................................. 2
CherryMAX® Rivet Features..................................................... 2
CherryMAX® Rivet Benefits...................................................... 2
Rivet Availability...................................................................... 3
Tooling Availability................................................................... 3
Installation Sequence.............................................................. 3
CherryMAX® Rivet Selection.................................................... 4
CherryMAX® Tool Selection...................................................... 5
CherryMAX® Installation.......................................................... 6
Hole Preparation...................................................................... 7
Correct Grip Measurement .................................................... 11
Proper Sealant Application.................................................... 12
Rivet Shaving......................................................................... 13
Inspection of Installed CherryMAX® Fasteners...................... 13
Rivet Installation Troubleshooting......................................... 16
Rivet Removal ....................................................................... 17
CherryMAX® Tooling.............................................................. 20
Extensions, Adapters & Accessories...................................... 22
Tool Troubleshooting ............................................................ 23
Service Accessories............................................................... 25
Tool & Repair Service ............................................................ 25
Decimal Equivalent Chart....................................................... 26
NAS vs. CherryMAX® Cross-Reference List............................. 27
For assistance or further information call
Cherry Aerospace Technical Services at 714-850-6022
or visit www.cherryaerospace.com.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
CHERRYMAX ® RIVET FEATURES
The CherryMAX® rivet is a reliable, high strength
structural fastener widely used in the aircraft
industry. It features the “safe-lock” locking
collar for reliable joint integrity It meets the
requirements of PS-CMR-3000.
A CherryMAX® rivet consists of four components:
1. A
fully serrated stem with break notch, shear
ring and integral grip adjustment
2. A
driving anvil which acts as a tool, setting the
locking collar in place
3. A
locking collar that mechanically locks
the stem to the rivet sleeve during fastener
installation
4. A rivet sleeve
CHERRYMAX ® RIVET BENEFITS
Simple tooling and increased tool life
The driving anvil acts as a setting tool increasing the tool life and
allowing the installation of multiple sizes (4,5 and 6 diameters)
with one tool.
Visual Inspectability
The CherryMAX® rivet features a “safe-lock” locking collar which
enhances joint integrity and reliability.
Correct installation can be assessed from the visible side due to
two features: stem flushness and locking collar formation. This
system is approved for use in engine inlets and components.
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RIVET AVAILABILITY
MATERIALS
For 50KSI shear: 5056 aluminum rivet sleeve
with Alloy or Corrosion Resistant Steel stem
For 75KSI shear: Monel rivet sleeve with
Corrosion Resistant Steel stem; INCO
600 sleeve/INCO X-750 stem (for high
temperature)
DIAMETERS
1/8", 5/32", 3/16" and 1/4", nominal and
oversize (.016” over nominal)
TOOLING AVAILABILITY
A wide variety of tools are available for
installing Cherrymax fasteners.
• Light, ergonomic riveters
• Various types of pulling heads for different
applications:
1. F or areas with open access:
Straight Pulling heads
  2. F or areas with limited access:
Right Angle
Offset pulling heads
Adaptor extensions
Split riveters
HEAD STYLES
• Universal (button head)
• 100° Flush standard and reduced (NAS1097)
• 120° Flush
• Unisink
INSTALLATION SEQUENCE
1. Insert rivet into the prepared
hole and place pulling head
over the stem, pushed against
the driving anvil (washer).
2. When riveter is actuated,
the stem is pulled into the
sleeve, deforming the blind
end into a bulb.
3. When the blind end bulb
is fully formed, the “shear
ring” of the stem shears, and
starts moving down the stem
allowing the stem to complete
installation.
4. When hitting the driving
anvil, the locking collar
deforms and fills the rivet
head recess, locking the
sleeve and stem together.
The stem then breaks
and the top portion is
discarded.
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CHERRYMAX ® RIVET SELECTION
NUMBERING SYSTEM
CR3243 -4 -04
Maximum Grip Length (in 16" increments
Rivet Diameter (in 1/32" increments)
Head Style/Material Combination (see table)
Head Style
Countersunk Head
Material Combination
Universal Head
Rivet Material
Nominal CherryMAX®
CR3212
CR3222
CR3522
CR3213
CR3223
CR3523
5056 AL
5056 AL
MONEL
CR3243
CR3253
CR3553
CR3853
5056 AL
5056 AL
MONEL
INCO 600
Oversize CherryMAX®
CR3242
CR3252
CR3552
CR3852
Stem Material
Nominal CherryMAX®
ALLOY STEEL
CRES
CRES
Oversize CherryMAX®
ALLOY STEEL
CRES
CRES
INCO X-750
GRIP LENGTH
The last dash number in the part number indicates the maximum grip in 1/16" increments (for
example, -04 has a maximum grip of 4/16" = 1/4"). See tables below:
Rivet
Grip No.
Material Thickness Range (in.)
Min
Max
-01
*
.062
-02
-03
-04
-05
-06
-07
-08
-09
-10
-11
-12
.062
.126
.188
.251
.313
.376
.438
.501
.563
.626
.688
.125
.187
.250
.312
.375
.437
.500
.562
.625
.687
.750
*See -01 minimum grip guidelines.
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-01 Minimum Grip Guidelines
Rivet
Dia
1/8”
5/32”
3/16”
CherryMAX®
Universal Head
.025
.031
.037
CR3242
CR3252
CR3552
MS20426
Flush Head
.045
N/A
N/A
CR3245
CR3255
CR3555
Unisink
Head
.033
N/A
N/A
NOTE: For double dimpled sheets, add countersink
head height to material thickness.
GRIP
DIA
MAX.
GRIP
MIN.
GRIP
1/4"
3/16"
CHERRYMAX ® TOOL SELECTION
The shaded areas in the table below show the diameters that each tool / pulling head
combination is capable of installing. Cherry recommends using a CherryMAX® single action
riveter for best results.
For more information regarding installation tooling combinations, please contact the Cherry
Technical Services at 714-850-6022.
Type of
Riveter
Cherrymax,
Single
Action
Riveter
Model
G273
G747,
G704B
G8003
G746A
Lockbolt,
Hydraulic
Return
G83A
G84
G84
G700
Cherrylock,
G784
Double
G700
Action
G784
G740A
Nut Plate
Riveters
G715A
Pulling Head
Included
H701B-456
H747-456
H781-456
H781A-456
H782
H753A-456
H701B-456
H747-456
H781-456
H781A-456
H782
H753A-456
H701B-456
H747-456
H781-456
H781A-456
H782
H753A-456
H84A-8
Cherrymax (See Above)2
Cherrymax (See Above)
H680B200A2
H680B200A
H9040-4C
H9040-5C
H9015-3C
H9015-4C
H9015-5C2
Adaptor
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
None
744-3001
744-3001
744-3001
744-3001
744-3001
744-3001
None
680B205
None
680B205
None
None
None
None
None
None
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All Grip Lengths
Nominal Dia.
Oversize Dia.
5
6
8
4
5
6
8
2
2
2
2
Notes: 1. Must remove the bayonette adaptor before using this adaptor; see Tool Manual for details.
2. Aluminum version only for this size because of power limitations.
3. This is a hand powered riveter.
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CHERRYMAX ® INSTALLATION
In order to achieve proper fastener
installations, make sure to:
• Prepare and de-burr the holes properly;
• Select the proper grips for the fasteners to
be installed.
The following pages will describe each of
these processes in detail.
1. M
ake sure the holes are aligned and the
structure is properly clamped. Use Tack
rivets and/or spring-loaded fasteners to
minimize material creep and eliminate
sheet gap.
misaligned
hole
RIGHT
WRONG
2. P
lace the rivet in the structure hole.
Caution: This should be a clearance fit. Do
not force the rivet into the hole!
3. P
lace the pulling head (Installation tool)
onto the rivet stem. Hold the tool coaxial
with the hole the fastener is being installed
into. Press firmly against head of rivet to
minimize head and sheet gap.
4. Depress the trigger (or pump when using
hand powered riveters). The rivet clamping
action will pull the sheets together, seat the
rivet head and break the stem flush with
the head of the rivet. Release trigger after
the stem breaks.
Caution: Make sure to hold the riveter
steady and coaxial with the rivet to be
installed.
  A
bulb will form on the blind side of the
structure. During installation, the broken
portion of the stem may be ejected through
the back of the riveter; to contain the FOD,
use the stem catcher bag (670A20) or the
vacuum extraction accessory (RIVAC 220-03).
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RIGHT
WRONG
HOLE PREPARATION
Proper hole preparation is critical for optimum fastener installation and joint properties.
HOLE SIZE
Use the drill sizes in the table below to produce holes within the required limits.
Hole Gage Part Numbers
Rivet
Rivet
Diameter Drill Size
Min.
Max.
Diameter
Nominal
Oversize
Nominal Diameter CherryMAX®
1/8
T172-4
T172-400
1/8
#30
.129
.132
5/32
T172-5
T172-500
5/32
#20
.160
.164
3/16
T172-6
T172-600
3/16
#10
.192
.196
1/4
T172-8
T172-800
1/4
F
.256
.261
Always inspect with a Cherry® GO/NO-GO
Oversize Diameter CherryMAX®
gage to assure drilling accuracy
1/8
#27
.143
.146
5/32
#16
.176
.180
3/16
#5
.205
.209
Go
No-Go
1/4
I
.271
.275
COUNTERSINK SIZE
Rivet
Diameter
-4 (1/8”)
-5 (5/32”)
-6 (3/16”)
-8 (1/4”)
Rivet
Diameter
-4 (1/8”)
-5 (5/32”)
-6 (3/16”)
-8 (1/4”)
MS20426
NAS1097
100° Head
100° Head
C min. C max. C min. C max.
.222
.228
.189
.195
.283
.289
.240
.246
.350
.356
.296
.302
.473
.479
.389
.395
Unisink 100°
Head
120° Head
C min. C max. C min. C max.
.167
.173
.269
.275
.210
.216
.311
.317
.252
.258
.347
.353
—
—
—
—
100°
C
.010”
R Max
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HOLE PREPARATION
DRILLING PROCEDURE
1. U
se a clean, sharp, properly ground drill.
Improperly ground drills will create oval or
oversize holes.
Improperly
Ground
Properly
Ground
2. C
enter the drill in the chuck so that the drill
will run true. A “wobble” in the drill will
create an oversize hole.
drill “wobble”
RIGHT
3. C
lamp the structure together using spring
loaded and hole filling tacking fasteners;
this will ensure proper alignment and
prevent burrs and chips being generated
between the sheets.
4. Hold the drill perpendicular to the surface
being drilled. Do not force the drill through
the material.
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springloaded
fastener
tack
rivet
clean
hole
WRONG
chips
RIGHT
misalignment
90°
WRONG
HOLE PREPARATION
DE-BURRING
After drilling it is advisable to
remove the burrs and metal
chips generated between the
sheets and on the exit side of
the structure. Here are some
tips for effective and correct
de-burring:
• De-burr carefully, especially
on the blind side.
• Do not break the edge of
hole as this may negatively
impact installation and
clamp-up.
remove chips
remove burrs
burr
• Keep in mind that minor
burrs are OK and will not
impact fastener installation
and joint properties.
burr
Poor
Good
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HOLE PREPARATION
gap
COUNTERSINKING
Accurate countersinking is of primary importance to the
structural integrity of a flush riveted joint.
Standard countersinking procedures (similar to the ones used
for solid rivets) may be used.
The countersink tool pilot should be no more than .001"
smaller than the hole diameter; a combination drill and
countersink would improve accuracy.
cocked head
Please note that an undersized pilot:
• May generate an off center countersink. This will create a
head gap when installing the fastener.
• May cause off axis (angular) countersinks. This will create a
“cocked” rivet head condition, causing installation issues.
DIMPLING
The CherryMAX® blind fasteners are especially recommended
for this type of application.
BEFORE
In order to achieve the desired results, dimpling must be done
with a hole-size allowing for subsequent reaming.
After dimpling, the hole should be reamed to the
recommended dimensions.
This process is required as normal dimpling procedures
stretch and enlarge the pilot holes in thin sheet applications,
potentially causing installation issues.
sharp
edges
As Dimpled
AFTER
smooth
hole
Hole Reamed
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CORRECT GRIP MEASUREMENT
NOMINAL
DIAMETER
OVERSIZE
DIAMETER
GRIP GAGE FOR CHERRYMAX & CHERRYLOCK RIVETS
GAGE NO. 269C3
In order to determine the proper fastener grip, it is recommended to measure the structure
thickness at the hole-location with the CherryMAX® (269C3) grip gage (see below).
CHERRY AEROSPACE
269C3 Gage
SANTA ANA, CALIF.
THE ACTUAL GRIP IN 1/16THS IS STAMPED ON THE HEADS OF ALL CHERRY SERRATED RIVETS
The gradations on the measuring end represent the grip of the fastener to be selected; the inbetween gradations represent even grips (2, 4, 6 etc.).
GRIP GAGE USE
1. Place gage into the prepared hole. Make
sure the hook end is on the blind side, outside
the hole.
2. Touch blind end. Bring the hook-end close to
the edge of the hole (see picture) and pull the
gage towards the blind end of the structure
until the hook contacts the structure.
3. Read the grip of the fastener to use. The
reading should be done at the visible surface
of the structure; if the structure is dimpled or
countersunk, measure to the surface of the
structure and not to the dimpled/countersunk.
4. Select the fastener with a grip equal to the
next higher number. If the number reading is
directly on a line you may use either that grip
or the next higher one.
MEASUREMENT EXAMPLES:
•M
easurement 1 is typical for a protruding head
fastener. 02 is the correct grip to be selected (in
between gradations are even numbers).
• Measurement 2 is typical for a flush head
fastener. The correct grip is 04 or 05 because
the structure aligns exactly with the 4 grip line.
•M
easurement 3 is a typical dimpled structure
for a flush installation. The correct grip to be
selected is 05 (the reading is between 4 and 5).
.032
.062
.094
.125
Measurement 1
READ
.125
Measurement 2
.250
READ
Measurement 3
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PROPER SEALANT APPLICATION
Correct blind rivet installation
is achieved by correct balance
of installation forces as well
as encountering some reaction
from the structure. It is why
correct hole preparation and
proper clamping of the structure
is critical for trouble free
installation.
Sealant is incompressible, so
when applied inside the hole it
causes increased installation
friction, potentially resulting
DO NOT apply
in low-stem installations.
sealant to these
If used in between the
areas
structure sheets, special care
should be taken clamping the
structure and using as many
temporary fasteners as possible
to ensure proper structure
rigidity. Any sealant should be
cleaned from inside the holes.
Apply
sealant here
ONLY
When used on the fastener, it
should ONLY be applied around
the rivet head (see illustration). It is critical that the sealant does not touch the exposed areas of
the stem.
If sealant is incorrectly applied, two types of failures may occur:
• Stem breaks high or pulls through because sealant applied on the blind side
decreased friction.
• Stem breaks low because sealant was applied inside the hole increasing friction or too much
sealant was applied in between the structure sheets improperly clamping it, causing the joint
to soften significantly.
In either case, the rivets must be removed and replaced.
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RIVET SHAVING
Typically, flush fasteners install essentially
flush with the aircraft skin so shaving the
stem is not normally necessary.
flush break
However, in case of tighter flushness
requirements, the stem may be shaved down
to the top of the rivet sleeve. Caution: Shaving
into the rivet head is not allowed!
Before shaving, make sure that the stem
protrusion is within the acceptable limits; a fastener having a stem protrusion higher than the
acceptable limits must be removed and replaced, and not shaved in order to meet the flushness
requirements.
INSPECTION OF INSTALLED
CHERRYMAX ® FASTENERS
Inspection for the proper installation of CherryMAX® rivets is usually done from the visible side
of the structure. Keep in mind that if your company has an internal inspection procedure, it will
take precedence over the instructions provided in this document.
Typically, the following should be checked:
• Check if the correct rivet type, diameter (nominal or oversize) and grip size were used.
• Check for head deformation or gaps under the head.
• Check the stem protrusion and locking collar
mfg. Identification
flushness.
Letter
+ identifies
VISUAL INSPECTION
15-7 Stem
Rivet Head Identification
M – identifies
The Stem and Rivet Materials and Grip Range
Monel Rivet
are marked on the head of the fastener and are
grip
visible after installation.
identification
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INSPECTION OF INSTALLED
CHERRYMAX® FASTENERS
DRIVING ANVIL COLOR
The color of the driving anvil (removed during
installation) indicates whether the fastener is
nominal or oversize.
• Nominal: Gold color
• Oversize: Silver color
Superficial stretch marks which may appear in
the rivet sleeve are not detrimental to rivet
strength and are acceptable (bulb side shown).
Stretch marks
(acceptable)
ACCEPTABLE BLIND HEAD FORMATIONS
Typical Min. Grip
Irregular Formation Min. Grip
Aluminum Monel
Max. Grip
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Aluminum Monel
Min. Grip
Typical Max. Grip
INSPECTION OF INSTALLED
CHERRYMAX ® FASTENERS
STEM AND COLLAR FLUSHNESS
The Locking Collar must be flush or underflush with the top surface of the rivet head.
Collar flash permissible is .005 max.
Stem flushnesss shall be as indicated in the
table on the right. Flushness measurement is
done from the top surface of the rivet to the
smooth area of the stem around the break
(the break-notch).
Rivet Dia.
A Max.
B Max.
-4 (1/8")
.010"
.015"
  -5 (5/32")
.010"
.020"
  -6 (3/16")
.010"
.020"
-8 (1/4")
.015"
.025"
RIVET INSTALLATION
TROUBLESHOOTING
When the instructions contained in this manual are carefully
followed, the CherryMAX® fasteners should install without any
problems.
To ensure optimum operation, make sure that the pulling heads
and jaws are in good working condition:
• Clean (free from chips, burrs and dry sealant)
• Properly serviced and adjusted
• Are free from signs of wear
Use the following troubleshooting guide if installation
issues arise.
PROBLEM: RIVET STEM BREAKS HIGH (OVER “A”
MAX) OR FAILS TO BREAK
Source of the problem: Rivet installed in an oversized hole.
Double check the hole sizes and use correct drill size for rivet to be
installed.
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RIVET INSTALLATION TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM: RIVET STEM BREAKS LOW
(OVER “B” MAX)
Source of the problem:
A. Poor hole preparation
• Undersize hole—enlarge the holes to proper size.
• The hole is slanted, misshapen or misaligned—follow
carefully the “hole-preparation” techniques given in this
manual.
B. Wrong grip selection (rivet too short). Use a longer grip rivet.
C. The joint is too soft—make sure that the structure is
securely clamped, enough temporary fasteners are used
and, if using sealant, it is applied correctly.
D. Tool not coaxial to the hole during installation. Make sure
to align the tool and keep arm flexible to avoid side loading
the fastener.
PROBLEM: GAP UNDER THE RIVET HEAD
Source of the problem:
A. Poor hole preparation
• The holes are slanted or misaligned.
• The countersink is not coaxial with the hole.
Fix: re-drill the holes carefully following the techniques given
in this manual.
B. Tool held slanted during installation, Hold the tool in a
flexible manner and try to keep coaxial to the hole to avoid
side loading.
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RIVET REMOVAL
If rivet removal is necessary, the following
procedures may be used:
1. Center-punch the stem. This will provide a
guide for the subsequent drilling.
2. D
rill out the lock. Use a small center drill
first to provide a guide for a larger drill.
Drill down to below the locking collar to
destroy the lock.
3. Punch the stem out. Use a steel punch to
push the stem out through the blind side.
small center drill
pin
punch
4.Drill out the rivet head. Drill the head using
a drill the same size as the rivet shank; be
careful not to touch the structure.
5. Break off rivet head using a pin punch
prying it side to side.
6. Punch out the rivet body. Drive out the
remaining rivet with a pin punch.
Caution: DO NOT drill completely through
the rivet sleeve to remove a rivet as this may
enlarge the hole.
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CHERRYMAX ® TOOLING
CherryMAX® is a complete fastening system, consisting of a wide variety of fasteners
and related tools to install them. For optimum results it is important to use the Cherry
recommended tooling.
G800 HAND POWERED RIVETER
An ergonomic, lightweight hand powered
riveter capable of installing a wide variety
of blind type fasteners. The all metal design
makes this compact tool ideal for use in repair
facilities and field repair. The exceptional
power multiplication provides up to 5000 lbs.
of pulling force. It combines the safe and
smooth operation of well-known pneumatic
hydraulic riveters with our latest research in
automatic systems.
It features a high strength steel CherryMAX®
mounting system (same as G704B)
compatible with our most popular pulling
heads such as H782, H781, H753A-456, and
can install a wide variety of blind fastener
styles, diameters, head configurations, and
material combinations.
SPECIFICATIONS:
Weight Pulling Force Stroke
18
(no pulling head)
2.0 lbs (0.9 kg)
up to 5000 lbs (22,2 kN)
3/4" minimum (19 mm)
G800
G800 CMR Kit
CHERRYMAX ® TOOLING
The CherryMAX® pneumatic-hydraulic riveters are designed for the most efficient installation of
CherryMAX® rivets. A durable, all metal housing makes these extremely robust tools ideal for
use in rugged shop environments.
G747 SPECIFICATIONS:
Air pressure
Stroke
Pulling Force
Weight
90–110 psi (6,2-7,6 bar)
0.437 inch (11,1 mm)
2100 lbs.@ 90 PSI
(9,34 kN @ 6,2 bar)
3.5 Pounds (1,59 kg)
23/32"
(18,3 m
m)
G747
G746A SPECIFICATIONS:
Air pressure
Stroke
Pulling Force
Weight
90–110 psi (6,2-7,6 bar)
0.875 inch (22,2 mm)
1850 lbs.@ 90 PSI
(8,23 kN @ 6,2 bar)
4.25 lbs. (1,93 kg)
G704B, G704B-SR AND
G704B-40SH SPECIFICATIONS:
Air pressure
Stroke
Pulling force
Weight
G704B
G704B-SR
G704B-40SH
90–110 psi (6,2-7,6 bar)
0.5 inch (12,7 mm)
3100 lbs. @ 90 PSI
(13,79 kN @ 6,2 bar)
4.25 lbs. (1,95 kg)
Hand held Unit:
<2.0 lbs. (0,9 kg)
Handle (floor unit):
<4 lbs. (1,81 kg)
Hand held Unit:
2.5 lbs. (1,13 kg)
Handle (floor unit):
5.3 lbs. (2,4 kg)
2"
(50,8 mm)
11 3/8 "
(288,8 mm)
4.56"
(115,8 mm)
(19,05 mm)
G704B
(44,45 mm)
(53,97 mm)
(279,40 mm)
(125,41 mm)
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CHERRYMAX ® TOOLING
.75"
SPLIT RIVETERS
8"
(203,2 mm)
7"
(177,8 mm)
.73"
11"
(279,40 mm)
10 1/4
(261,63 mm"
G704B-SR
G704B-40SH
5 3/16"
(131,76 mm)
6 3/16"
(157,16 mm)
PULLING HEADS
4 5/8" (117,48mm)
3 5/8" (92,08mm)
4 3/8"
(111,13 mm)
1 9/16"
(39,69mm)
1 7/16"
(36,51mm)
1 1/8"
(28,58mm)
1 15/32"
(36,51mm)
H781-456 Offset Pulling Head
H781A-456 Adjustable Grip
Offset Pulling Head
2 11/32"
(69,85 mm)
1 21/32"
(42,16 mm)
5/8"
(15,88 mm)
1-3/4"
(44,5mm)
H782 Two Jaw Offset Pulling Head
5 7/16"
(138,11 mm)
1 3/4"
(44,45 mm)
3/4"
(19,05 mm)
2 1/4"
(57,15 mm)
3/8"
(9,53 mm)
H747-456
Compact Universal Head
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H701B-456
Straight Pulling Head
H753A-456
Right Angle Pulling Head
CHERRYMAX ® TOOLING (-8 DIAMETER)
The Cherry pneumatic-hydraulic power assisted (hydraulic) return riveters (G84) are primarily
Lockbolt® riveters, but they are also used for installing the -8 diameter CherryMAX® rivets.
A durable, all metal housing makes these extremely robust tools ideal for use in rugged shop
environments. These tools are very versatile, as they can be used for installing CherryMAX®,
Lockbolt® and Maxibolt® fasteners.
G84 SPECIFICATIONS:
Air Pressure
Stroke
Pulling Force
Return Force
Weight
90-110 psi (6,2-7,6 bar)
0.562 inch (14,28 mm)
5750 lbs. @ 100 PSI
(26,1 KN @6.89 bar)
1200 lbs. @ 100 PSI
(5,4 KN @6.89 bar)
7.7 lbs. (3,49 kg)
5 11/16"
(144,46 mm)
2 3/4"
(69,85 mm)
1 1/8"
(28,58 mm)
2 1/4"
(57,15 mm)
13 1/4"
(336,55 mm)
H84A-8 PULLING HEAD (sold separately)
3"
(76,20 mm)
➤
➤
➤
3/4"
(19,05 mm)
➤
6 1/4"
(158,75 mm)
CHERRYLOCK ® DOUBLE
ACTION RIVETERS
The use of these riveters is not preferred, however if
one is available, there are the following choices:
• H680B200A pulling head will work directly on
these riveters and will install -4, -5 and -6 diameter
CherryMAX®.
• 680B205 adapter will allow use of the Cherrymax
pulling heads (Ex: H781-456 and H753A-456) with
these riveters.
G700 may be used for -4 diameter only,
G784 may be used for -4, -5 and -6 diameters.
G700
G784
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EXTENSIONS, ADAPTERS & ACCESSORIES
704A9 ADAPTOR
704A12- 2, 4, 6, 12” EXTENSIONS
These extensions help reach restricted
installation areas otherwise too deep to
reach. The extension is represented by the
dash after the part number:
• 704A12-2 (2” extension)
• 704A12-4 (4” extension)
• 704A12-6 (6” extension)
• 704A12-12 (12” extension)
This adaptor is necessary when using H9015
pulling heads (for Nut Plate rivets) and H9055
pulling heads (Cherrylock A code) with the
Cherrymax riveters.
670A20 STEM CATCHER
744-300 ADAPTOR
This adaptor is necessary when using
Cherrymax pulling heads (H701B, H753A etc.)
on the G83 and G84 riveters.
The stem catcher bag helps contain the spent
stems reducing FOD.
This heavy bag snaps over the stem deflector
and works with the G704B, G746A, G747,
G83A and G84 riveters.
RIVAC TM 220-03 VACUUM STEM
COLLECTION SYSTEM
704A6 ADAPTOR
This adaptor is necessary when using H9040
pulling heads (for Nut Plate rivets) with the
Cherrymax riveters.
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This accessory may be
used instead of the
Stem Catcher bag
in order to
extract spent
stems and
control FOD.
TOOL TROUBLESHOOTING
Cherry installation tools are manufactured to give maximum service with minimum care. In order
to accomplish this, follow these basic recommendations.
1. The tools must be “bled” and serviced regularly (see tool manuals for details).
2. Regulated, clean and dry air should be used; dirty or moist air will cause premature wear.
3. Do not pound on the rear of the tool head to force rivets into holes, as this will damage the
tool.
4. Make sure the pulling head is correctly and securely attached.
PNEUMATIC TOOLS
1.Check air supply: Make sure the riveter is
connected and that the air pressure is within
the recommended range (90 To 110 PSI).
2. Bleed the air out: Use 700A77 filled with
Transmission Fluid (ATF) per tool manual
instructions.
1
2
3
29
3. Check for fluid leaks:
A. Fluid leaks around the cap screws 2 at the head indicates that the screws are loose or
the washer gaskets 3 need replacing.
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B. A fluid leak through the by-pass hole at the
base of the handle 34 indicates that the
internal seals are worn or damaged.
C. A Fluid leak from the front of the head
indicates that piston seals are worn or
damaged.
1
45
5. Check valve 45 for air leakage: if air leaks
without depressing trigger 29 the trigger valve seals are worn out or damaged.
6. Check piston stroke: If the piston is stuck back or it is short of stroke, the tool must be
serviced.
7. Check tool speed: If it is slow to respond, the muffler or air filter inside spool 45 may be
clogged with dirt. Clean thoroughly with normal solvent and back- blow with compressed air.
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HAND RIVETERS
The G800 riveter was designed to be robust and require minimum troubleshooting and
maintenance.
In order to keep it in optimum operating condition, inspect routinely for leaks and damage and
check the fluid level. Please refer to the tool manual for more detailed troubleshooting tips and
service instructions.
Problem: The stem of the fastener to be installed won’t fit
• Make sure the correct pulling head is used, and that it is properly adjusted (the jaws should
free the broken stem when the side button is depressed).
• Check for jammed stems inside the jaws; press the side button to properly eject the stem.
Problem: The stems will not break to
complete the installation
• Check the jaws- replace or clean them as
necessary.
• Make sure that the proper pulling head and
optional components are used.
• Check the fluid level; replenish if low.
Problem: Nothing happens when I pump
• Check the fluid level –add fluid as needed.
• Re-adjust the pressure valve to increase
output load.
• Service or replace the pressure relief
valve; disassemble and clean thoroughly
the internal components; debris or
contamination in the fluid will cause the
internal valves to malfunction.
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SERVICE ACCESSORIES:
THE 700A77 AIR BLEEDER
Bleeding the hydraulic system regularly is critical for optimum
tool service and extended tool life.
The 700A77 Cherry® air bleeder may be used on any of the
Cherry® power riveters and will quickly bleed the air and refill
the hydraulic system.
TOOL & REPAIR SERVICE
Regular service and maintenance of the riveters is critical for a
trouble free operation and for an extended tool life. In order to
service or repair the tools, you will need:
• Tool Kit: Contains all the special tools necessary to repair/
service the riveter.
• Service Kit: Includes all the seals, screws, gaskets and other
items to be replaced.
Please check with the Tool Manual for the latest information.
FOR THE MOST POPULAR CHERRYMAX RIVETERS:
TOOL AND SERVICE KITS (700A77 Air Bleeder included)
Cherry® Tool
Tool Kit
Service Kit
G704B
G701/G704KT
G704KS
G704B-SR
G701/G704KT
G704KS
G704B-SH
G740KT
G704B-40SR/40SHKS
G744
G740KT
G744KS
G746A
G701/G704KT
G746AKS
G747
G701/G704KT
G747KS
G83
G701/G704KT
G83KS
G-83A
G701/G704KT
G83AKS
G84
G740KT
G84KS
700A77 Air Bleeder
NOTE: Only use Dextron III ATF
in Cherry® power riveters.
TYPICAL TOOLS
INCLUDED IN KITS
700B65 Packing Plug Wrench
700A61 Piston Rod Wrench
700A62 Power Cylinder Tool
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DECIMAL EQUIVALENT CHART
Nom. M/M
Dec.
Nom. M/M
Dec.
Nom. M/M
Dec.
Nom. M/M
Dec.
Nom. M/M
Dec.
—
—
—
80
79
1/64
—
78
77
—
76
75
74
—
73
72
71
—
70
69
68
1/32
—
67
66
65
—
64
63
62
61
—
60
59
58
57
56
3/64
55
54
53
.0039
.0079
.0118
.0135
.0145
.0156
.0157
.0160
.0180
.0197
.0200
.0210
.0225
.0236
.0240
.0250
.0260
.0276
.0280
.0292
.0310
.0312
.0315
.0320
.0330
.0350
.0354
.0360
.0370
.0380
.0390
.0394
.0400
.0410
.0420
.0430
.0465
.0469
.0520
.0550
.0595
1/16
52
51
50
49
48
5/64
47
—
46
45
44
43
42
3/32
41
40
39
38
37
36
7/64
35
34
33
32
—
31
1/8
30
29
28
9/64
27
26
25
24
23
5/32
22
—
.0625
.0635
.0670
.0700
.0730
.0760
.0781
.0785
.0787
.0810
.0820
.0860
.0890
.0935
.0937
.0960
.0980
.0995
.1015
.1040
.1065
.1094
.1100
.1110
1130
.1160
.1181
.1200
.1250
.1285
.1360
.1405
.1406
.1440
.1470
.1495
.1520
.1540
.1562
.1570
.1575
21
20
19
18
11/64
17
16
15
14
13
3/16
12
11
10
9
—
8
7
13/64
6
5
4
3
7/32
2
1
A
15/64
—
B
C
D
1/4
E
F
G
17/64
H
I
—
J
.1590
.1610
.1660
.1695
.1719
.1730
.1770
.1800
.1820
.1850
.1875
.1890
.1910
.1935
.1960
.1968
.1990
.2010
.2031
.2040
.2055
.2090
.2130
.2187
.2210
.2280
.2340
.2344
.2362
.2380
.2420
.2460
.2500
.2500
.2570
.2610
.2656
.2660
.2720
.2756
.2770
K
9/32
L
M
19/64
N
5/16
—
O
P
21/64
Q
R
11/32
S
—
T
23/64
U
3/8
V
W
25/64
—
X
Y
13/32
Z
27/64
—
7/16
29/64
15/32
—
31/64
1/2
—
33/64
17/32
35/64
—
.2810
.2812
.2900
.2950
.2969
.3020
.3125
.3150
.3160
.3230
.3281
.3320
.3390
.3437
.3480
.3543
.3580
.3594
.3680
.3750
.3770
.3860
.3906
.3937
.3970
.4040
.4062
.4130
.4219
.4331
.4375
.4531
.4687
.4724
.4844
.5000
.5118
.5156
.5312
.5469
.5512
9/16
37/64
—
19/32
39/64
5/8
—
41/64
21/32
—
43/64
11/16
14/84
—
23/32
47/64
—
3/4
49/54
25/32
—
51/64
13/16
—
53/64
27/32
55/64
—
7/8
57/64
—
29/32
59/64
15/16
—
61/64
31/32
—
63/64
1
—
.5625
.5781
5906
.5937
.6094
.6250
.6299
.6406
.6562
.6693
.6719
.6875
.7031
.7087
.7187
.7344
.7480
.7500
.7656
.7812
.7874
.7969
.8125
.8268
.8281
.8437
.8594
.8661
.8750
.8906
.9055
.9062
.9219
.9375
.9449
.9531
.9687
.9842
.9844
1.000
—
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.2
.3
—
—
—
.4
—
—
.5
—
—
—
.6
—
—
—
.7
—
—
—
—
.8
—
—
—
.9
—
—
—
—
1
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
3.0
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
4.0
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
5.0
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
6.0
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
7.0
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
8.0
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
9.0
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
10.0
—
—
—
—
—
11.0
—
—
—
12.0
—
—
13.0
—
—
—
14.0
—
—
15.0
—
—
—
16.0
—
—
17.0
—
—
—
18.0
—
—
19.0
—
—
—
20.0
—
—
21.0
—
—
—
22.0
—
—
23.0
—
—
—
24.0
—
—
25.0
—
25.4
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NAS VS. CHERRYMAX ® CROSS-REFERENCE LIST
NAS
Cherry®
NAS
Cherry®
NAS9301B-x-xxx
CR3213-x-xxx
NAS9309MN-x-xx
CR3524EE-x-xx
NAS9301E-x-xxx
CR3223-x-xxx
NAS9309MP-x-xx
NAS9302B-x-xx
CR3212-x-xx
CR3524P-x-xx or
CR3524EE-x-xx
NAS9302E-x-xx
CR3222-x-xx
NAS9310C-x-xx
CR3853-x-xx
NAS9303B-x-xx
CR3214-x-xx
NAS9310M-x-xx
CR3553-x-xx
NAS9310ML-x-xx
CR3553P-x-xx
NAS9310MN-x-xx
CR3553EE-x-xx
NAS9310MP-x-xx
CR3553P-x-xx or
CR3553EE-x-xx
NAS9311C-x-xx
CR3852-x-xx
NAS9311M-x-xx
CR3552-x-xx
NAS9311ML-x-xx
CR3552P-x-xx
NAS9311MN-x-xx
CR3552EE-x-xx
NAS9311MP-x-xx
CR3552-x-xx or
CR3552EE-x-xx
NAS9303E-x-xx
CR3224-x-xx
NAS9304B-x-xx
CR3243-x-xx
NAS9304E-x-xx
CR3253-x-xx
NAS9305B-x-xx
CR3242-x-xx
NAS9305E-x-xx
CR3252-x-xx
NAS9306B-x-xx
CR3245-x-xx
NAS9306E-x-xx
CR3255-x-xx
NAS9307M-x-xx
CR3523-x-xx
NAS9307ML-x-xx
CR3523P-x-xx
NAS9307MN-x-xx
CR3523EE-x-xx
NAS9312M-x-xx
CR3555-x-xx
NAS9307MP-x-xx
CR3523P-x-xx or
CR3523EE-x-xx
NAS9312ML-x-xx
CR3555P-x-xx
NAS9312MN-x-xx
CR3555EE-x-xx
NAS9312MP-x-xx
CR3555P-x-xx or
CR3555EE-x-xx
NAS9308M-x-xx
CR3522-x-xx
NAS9308ML-x-xx
CR3522P-x-xx
NAS9308MN-x-xx
CR3522EE-x-xx
NAS9308MP-x-xx
CR3522P-x-xx or
CR3522EE-x-xx
NAS9309M-x-xx
CR3524-x-xx
NAS9309ML-x-xx
CR3524P-x-xx
Note 1: X represents the diameter code, in 1/32"
increments (Example: -5 diameter is 5/32”).
XX represents the grip code (two digits) in
1/16" increments (Example: -4 grip is 4/16"
max grip).
Example: NAS9301B-5-04 represents a fastener with a
5/32" diameter and 1/4" max grip.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Seller warrants the goods conform to applicable specifications and drawings and will be manufactured and
inspected according to generally accepted practices of companies manufacturing industrial or aerospace
fasteners. In the event of any breach of the foregoing warranty, Buyer’s sole remedy shall be to return defective
goods (after receiving authorization from Seller) for replacement or refund of the purchase price, at the Seller’s
option. Seller agrees to any freight costs in connection with the return of any defective goods, but any costs
relating to removal of the defective or nonconforming goods or installation of replacement goods shall be
Buyer’s responsibility. SELLER’S WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY WHEN ANY PHYSICAL OR CHEMICAL CHANGE
IN THE FORM OF THE PRODUCT IS MADE BY BUYER. THE FOREGOING EXPRESS WARRANTY AND REMEDY ARE
EXCLUSIVE AND ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES; ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY AS TO
QUALITY, FITNESS FOR PURPOSE, OR MERCHANTABILITY IS HEREBY SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMED AND EXCLUDED
BY SELLER. This warranty is void if seller is not notified in writing of any rejection of the goods within one (1)
Year aFter initial use by buyer of any power Riveter or ninety (90) days after initial use of any other product.
Seller shall not be liable under any circumstances for incidental, special or consequential damages arising in whole
or in part from any breach by Seller, AND SUCH INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARE HEREBY
EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED.
Our policy is one of continuous development. Specifications shown in this document may be subject to changes
introduced after publication.
Cherry® and CherryMAX® are trademarks of Cherry Aerospace.
Note
The properties, strengths, dimensions, installed characteristics and all other information in this catalog
is for guidance only to aid in the correct selection of the products described herein and is not intended or
implied as part of the warranty. All applications should be evaluated for functional suitability and available
samples of the described parts can be requested for installed tests, suitability and evaluations.
Attention
Blind fasteners are not always a suitable substitute for solid shank fasteners. Maintenance personnel are
reminded that AC 43.13-1A chapter 2, section 3, stipulates: “Do not substitute hollow rivets for solid rivets in
load carrying members without specific approval of the application by a representative of the Federal Aviation
Administration. Blind rivets may be used in blind locations in accordance with the conditions listed in Chapter
5, provided the edge distances and spacings are not less that the minimum listed in paragraph 99d.”
1224 East Warner Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92705
voice: 714-545-5511 • fax: 714-850-6093
www.cherryaerospace.com
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1224 East Warner Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92705
voice: 714-545-5511 • fax: 714-850-6093
www.cherryaerospace.com
©Cherry Aerospace
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CA-1015 Rev: C Date: 2-3-15 CR#: 15-0054
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