PD04.55 - Bates Finishing Supply, Inc.

PD04.55 - Bates Finishing Supply, Inc.
Dynorbital ® Supreme
Parts Page Reorder No. PD04•55
Effective November, 2004
Supersedes PD03•18
For Serial No. 4I1000 and Higher
12,000 RPM Air Powered Random Orbital Sander
Air Tool Manual – Safety, Operation and Maintenance
SAVE THIS DOCUMENT, EDUCATE ALL PERSONNEL
Models:
3/16 Orbit
56800 - 3-1/2" Non-Vacuum
56803 - 3-1/2" Vac-Ready
56804 - 3-1/2" Central Vac-Ready
56815 - 5" Non-Vacuum
56818 - 5" Vac-Ready
56819 - 5" Central Vac-Ready
56826 - 6" Non-Vacuum
56829 - 6" Vac-Ready
56830 - 6" Central Vac-Ready
3/32 Orbit
56840 - 3-1/2" Non-Vacuum
56843 - 3-1/2" Vac-Ready
56844 - 3-1/2" Central Vac-Ready
56850 - 5" Non-Vacuum
56853 - 5" Vac-Ready
56854 - 5" Central Vac-Ready
56859 - 6" Non-Vacuum
56862 - 6" Vac-Ready
56863 - 6" Central Vac-Ready
WARNING
Read and understand this tool manual before operating your air tool. Follow all safety rules for the protection of operating personnel
as well as adjacent areas. Always operate, inspect and maintain this tool in accordance with the American National Safety Institute
(ANSI) Safety Code for Portable Air Tools – B186.1. For additional safety information, refer to Safety Requirements for the Use, Care
and Protection of Abrasive Wheels – ANSI B7.1, Code of Federal Regulation – CFR 29 Part 1910, European Committee for Standards
(EN) Hand Held Non-Electric Power Tools – Safety Requirements and applicable State and Local Regulations.
SAFETY LEGEND
WARNING
Read and understand tool manual before
work starts to reduce risk of injury to
operator, visitors, and tool.
WARNING
Eye protection must be worn at all times,
eye protection to conform to ANSI Z87.1.
WARNING
Respiratory protection to be used when exposed to
contaminants that exceed the applicable threshold
limit values required by law.
WARNING
Practice safety requirements. Work alert,
have proper attire, and do not operate tools under
the influence of alcohol or drugs.
WARNING
Ear protection to be worn when exposure to sound,
exceeds the limits of applicable Federal, State or
local statues, ordinances and/or regulations.
WARNING
Air line hazard, pressurized supply lines and flexible
hoses can cause serious injury. Do not use damaged,
frayed or deteriorated air hoses and fittings.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Carefully Read all instructions before operating or servicing any Dynabrade® Abrasive Power Tool.
Products offered by Dynabrade are not to be modified, converted or otherwise alerted from the original design without expressed written consent from Dynabrade, Inc.
Tool Intent: Dynorbital® Supreme Random Orbital Sander is used for sanding and finishing a variety of materials including wood, metal, plastic, fiberglass, solid surfaces,
composites, rubber, glass and stone.
Do Not Use Tool For Anything Other Than Its Intended Applications.
This power tool is not intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres and is not insulated against contact with electrical power.
Training: Proper care, maintenance, and storage of your tool will maximize its performance.
• Employer's Responsibility – Provide Dynorbital® Supreme operators with safety instructions and training for safe use of tools and accessories.
Accessory Selection:
• Abrasive/accessory RPM (speed) rating MUST be approved for AT LEAST the tool RPM rating.
• Before mounting an accessory, visually inspect for defects. Do not use defective accessories.
• Follow tool specifications before choosing size and type of accessory.
• Only use recommended fittings and air line sizes. Air supply hoses and air hose assemblies must have a minimum working pressure rating of 150 PSIG (10 bars, g) or 150
percent of the maximum pressure produced in the system, whichever is higher. (See Tool Machine Specifications Table.)
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Warning: Always wear eye protection. Operator of tool is responsible for following: accepted eye, face, respiratory, hearing and body protection.
Caution: Hand, wrist and arm injury may result from repetitive work, motion and overexposure to vibration.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
• Keep hand and clothing away from working end of the air tool.
Operation: Be sure that any loose clothing, hair and all jewelry is properly restrained.
• Secure inlet bushing on air tool with a wrench before attempting to install the air fitting to avoid damaging housing assembly.
• Check tool RPM (speed) with tachometer with air pressure set at 90 PSIG while the tool is running. If tool is operating at a higher speed than the RPM marked on the tool
housing, or operating improperly, the tool must be serviced and corrected before use.
Caution: Tool RPM must never exceed abrasive/accessory RPM rating. Check accessory manufacturer for details on maximum operating speed or special
mounting instructions.
• With power source disconnected from air tool, mount recommended accessory into collet assembly.
• Connect air tool to power source. Be careful NOT to depress throttle lever in the process. Do not expose air tool to inlet pressure above 90 PSIG or (6.2 Bars).
Caution: After installing the accessory, before testing or use and/or after assembling tool, the Dynorbital-Spirit™ must be started at a reduced speed to check for good
balance. Gradually increase tool speed. DO NOT USE if tool vibration is excessive. Correct cause, and retest to insure safe operation.
• Make sure that work area is uncluttered, and visitors are at a safe range from the tools and debris.
• Use a vise or clamping device to hold work piece firmly in place.
• Do not apply excessive force on tool or apply “rough” treatment to it.
• Always work with a firm footing, posture and proper lighting.
Report to your supervisor any condition of the tool, accessories, or operation you consider unsafe.
Vacuum Conversion Instructions
To Disassemble:
1. Disconnect tool from power source. Invert machine and secure in vise, using 57092 Collar
(supplied in 57098 Repair Kit) or padded jaws.
2. Remove sanding pad with 50679 (26 mm) Open-End Wrench (supplied with sander) and lip-seal
shroud from housing.
3. Remove 56028 Muffler Cap and 56027 Muffler Insert (2) from 57066 Muffler Body. Using a
12 mm hex wrench (supplied in 57098 Repair Kit), remove muffler body and 57065 Cone Muffler
from housing (not applicable for Self-Generated Vac to Central Vac).
Non-Vacuum to Vacuum Conversion Kits
Original
Converts
Kit
Non-Vac Tool
to
Part Number
3-1/2" (89 mm) Self-Generated Vac-Ready
57118
3-1/2" (89 mm)
Central Vac-Ready
57119
5" (127 mm)
Self-Generated Vac-Ready
57120
5" (127 mm)
Central Vac-Ready
57121
6" (152 mm)
Self-Generated Vac-Ready
57122
6" (152 mm)
Central Vac-Ready
57123
Non-Vac to Self-Generated Vac for Hook-Up to Self-Contained Dust Collection System
1. Attach 57083 Vacuum Adapter to either 57086, 57087 Vacuum Overskirts or 57089 Vacuum Lip-Seal Shroud. Then attach to the housing making sure the protrusions on
the overskirt or shroud are aligned with the notches on the housing.
2. Place 95526 O-Ring on the muffler body between the shoulder and the four (4) protrusions. Using a 12 mm hex wrench, attach the muffler body, cone muffler and o-ring to
the housing through the vacuum adapter.
3. Place vacuum nozzle into the vacuum adapter with the slots facing outward making sure that the knob on the nozzle is aligned with the slot in the adapter.
4. Place 57067 Vacuum Tube into the vacuum adapter with the grooves facing inward until the adapter “snaps” onto the tube and the tube cannot be pulled out. If the tube
can be pulled out, rotate it 1/4 turn and place it back into the adapter until it “snaps”.
5. Rotate tube until holes line up. Insert dowel pin in holes until it is centered. Attach sanding pad, attach machine to portable dust collection system.
Non-Vac to Central Vac
1. Attach 57093 Vacuum Adapter to either 57086, 57087 Vacuum Overskirts or 57089 Vacuum Lip-Seal Shroud. Then attach to the housing making sure the protrusions on
the overskirt or shroud are aligned with the notches on the housing.
2. Using a 12 mm hex wrench, attach the muffler body and cone muffler to the housing through the central vacuum adapter.
3. Place muffler cap with inserts on muffler body making sure that the protrusions on the body fit in the pockets on the cap.
4. Attach weight-mated vacuum sanding pad with 50679 (26 mm) Open-End Wrench. Attach machine to central vacuum system.
Self-Generated Vac to Central Vac
1. Remove 96197 Dowel Pin with an 1/8" drive pin. Remove 57067 Vacuum Tube from 57083 Vacuum Adapter by turning it clockwise while pulling backward.
2. Using a small flat screwdriver, pry vacuum nozzle until it is loose and then remove it by using two fingers to push and pull it until it hits the “legs” on vacuum adapter.
Place vacuum tube back into vacuum adapter far enough to push the “legs” back then push vacuum nozzle and vacuum tube out the rest of way.
3. Using a 12 mm hex wrench (supplied in 57098 Repair Kit), remove the 57066 Muffler Body, 57065 Cone Muffler and 95526 O-Ring from the housing through the adapter.
Remove the o-ring from the muffler body.
4. Remove 57083 Vacuum Adapter and attach 57093 Vacuum Adapter to either 57086, 57087 Vacuum Overskirts or 57089 Vacuum Lip-Seal Shroud. Then attach to the
housing making sure that the protrusions on the overskirt or shroud are aligned with the notches on the housing.
5. Using a 12 mm hex wrench, attach the muffler body, cone muffler and o-ring to the housing through the central vacuum adapter.
6. Place muffler cap with inserts on muffler body making sure that the protrusions on the body fit in the pockets on the cap. Attach sanding pad.
Central Vac to Self Generated Vac
1. Remove 57093 Central Vacuum Adapter and put the 57083 Vacuum Adapter in its place.
2. Place 95526 O-Ring on the muffler body between the shoulder and the four (4) protrusions. Using a 12 mm hex wrench (supplied in 57098 Repair Kit), attach the
muffler body, cone muffler and o-ring to the housing through the vacuum adapter.
3. Place vacuum nozzle into the vacuum adapter with the slots facing outward making sure that the knob on the nozzle is aligned with the slot in the adapter.
4. Place 57067 Vacuum Tube into the vacuum adapter with the grooves facing inward until the adapter “snaps” onto the tube and the tube cannot be pulled out. If the tube
can be pulled out, rotate it 1/4 turn and place it back into the adapter until it “snaps”.
5. Rotate tube until holes line up. Insert 96197 Dowel Pin in holes until it is centered. Attach machine to portable dust collection system.
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Maintenance Instructions
Important: A Preventative Maintenance Program is recommended whenever portable power tools are used.
• Use only genuine Dynabrade replacement parts to insure quality. To order replacement parts, specify Model#, Serial# and RPM of your air tool.
• It is strongly recommended that all Dynabrade rotary vane air tools be used with a Filter-Regulator-Lubricator to minimize the possibility of misuse due
to unclean air, wet air or insufficient lubrication. Dynabrade recommends the following: 11405 Air Filter-Regulator-Lubricator (FRL) – Provides accurate
air pressure regulation and two stage filtration of water contaminates. Operates 40 SCFM/1,133 LPM @ 100 PSIG with 3/8" NPT female ports.
• Dynabrade recommends one drop of air lube per minute for each 20 SCFM (example: if the tool specification states 40 SCFM, set the drip rate on the
filter-lubricator to 2 drops per minute). Dynabrade Air Lube (P/N 95842: 1 pt 473 ml) is recommended.
Routine Preventative Maintenance: Check free speed of Dynorbital-Spirit™ using a tachometer.
• Mineral spirits are recommended when cleaning the tool and parts. Do not clean tool or parts with any solvents or oils containing acids, esters,
ketones, chlorinated hydrocarbons or nitro carbons.
• DO NOT clean or maintain tools with chemicals that have a low flash point (example: WD-40®).
• A Drop-In Motor and Tune-Up Kit are available, see specific kit number on page 9.
• Air tool stampings must be kept legible at all times, if not, reorder and replace. User is responsible for maintaining specification information i.e.:
Model #, S/N, and RPM.
• Blow air supply hose out prior to initial use.
• Visually inspect air hoses and fittings for frays, visible damage and signs of deterioration. Replace damaged or worn components.
• Refer to Dynabrade's Warning/Safety Operating Instructions Tag (Reorder No. 95903) for safety information.
After maintenance is performed on tool, add a few drops of Dynabrade Air Lube (P/N 95842) to the air line and start the tool a few times to lubricate air motor.
Check for excessive tool vibration.
Handling and Storage:
•
•
•
•
Protect tool inlet from debris (See Notice Below).
DO NOT carry tool by air hose.
Protect abrasive accessories from exposure to water, solvents, high humidity, freezing temperature and extreme temperature changes.
Store accessories in protective racks or compartments to prevent damage.
Notice
All Dynabrade motors use the highest quality parts and materials available and are machined to exacting tolerances. The failure of quality pneumatic motors
can most often be traced to an unclean air supply or the lack of lubrication. Air pressure easily forces dirt or water contained in the air supply into motor
bearings causing early failure. It often scores the cylinder walls and the rotor blades resulting in limited efficiency and power. Our warranty obligation is
contingent upon proper use of our tools and cannot apply to equipment which has been subjected to misuse such as unclean air, wet air or a lack of
lubrication during the use of this tool.
One Year Warranty
Following the reasonable assumption that any inherent defect which might
prevail in a product will become apparent to the user within one year from
the date of purchase, all equipment of our manufacture is warranted
against defects in workmanship and materials under normal use and
service. We shall repair or replace at our factory, any equipment or part
thereof which shall, within one year after delivery to the original purchaser,
indicate upon our examination to have been defective. Our obligation is
contingent upon proper use of Dynabrade tools in accordance with factory
recommendations, instructions and safety practices. It shall not apply to
equipment which has been subject to misuse, negligence, accident or
tampering in any way so as to affect its normal performance. Normally
wearable parts such as bearings, contact wheels, rotor blades, etc., are not
covered under this warranty.
Reference Contact Information
1. American National Safety Institute – ANSI
25 West 43rd Street
Forth Floor
New York, NY 10036
Tel: 1 (212) 642-4900
Fax: 1 (212) 398-0023
2. Government Printing Office – GPO
Superintendent of Documents
Attn. New Orders
P.O. Box 371954
Pittsburgh, PA 15250-7954
Tel: 1 (202) 512-1803
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3. European Committee for Standardization
Rue de Stassart 36
B - 1050 Brussels, Belgium
Dynorbital ® Supreme Complete Assembly
O
Oil: O1 = Air Lube
A
Adhesive:
A2 = Loctite #271
A8 = Loctite #567
T
KEY
See Below for Machine Exhaust Assemblies.
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18
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Part #
22
23
24 A8
17
Torque: N•m x 8.85 = In. - lbs.
16
Index Key
No.
21
19
14
Description
95630 Snap Ring
57069 Balancer Shaft
59084 V-Seal
56052 Balancer Bearing
Motor Shaft Balancer
57060 3-1/2" (3/16 Orbit)
57061 5"
(3/16 Orbit)
57062 6"
(3/16 Orbit)
57159 3-1/2" (3/32 Orbit)
57160 5"
(3/32 Orbit)
57162 6"
(3/32 Orbit)
56047 Key
57059 Lock Ring
95973 Washer
57055 Front Ring
57088 Bearing
57057 Front Bearing Plate
57113 Blade/Rotor Set
57058 Cylinder Assembly
(Incl. 95971 Line-up Pin)
95971 Line-up Pin
57056 Rear Bearing Plate
01206 Bearing
57054 Rear Ring
95626 Snap Ring
Lever
56846 For 3/16" Models
56847 For 3/32" Models
95979 Pin
01464 Seal
01472 Tip Valve
01468 Conical Spring
01494 Inlet Bushing
95697 Retaining Ring
01025 O-Ring (2)
01477 Valve Stem
57064 Speed Regulator
or
57053 Recessed Speed Reg.
57083 Vacuum Adapter
96197 Dowel Pin
57065 Cone Muffler
57066 Muffler Body
95526 O-Ring
57068 Vac Nozzle
57067 Vac Tube
57093 Vacuum Adapter
56027 Muffler Insert (2)
56028 Muffler Cap
57112 Muffler Assembly
23 N•m
15
Housing
57281 - For Model 56800
57282 - For Model 56803
57283 - For Model 56804
57284 - For Model 56815
57285 - For Model 56818
57286 - For Model 56819
52789 - For Model 56826
57290 - For Model 56829
57291 - For Model 56830
57693 - For Model 56840
57721 - For Model 56843
57722 - For Model 56844
57690 - For Model 56850
57691 - For Model 56853
57697 - For Model 56854
57695 - For Model 56859
57698 - For Model 56862
57696 - For Model 56863
13
12
25
26
11
O1
27
10
28
9
8
Lip-Seal Shroud (Non-Vac only)
54458 — 3-1/2" models
56051 — 5" and 6" Models
7
28 N•m
T
Sanding Pads - see catalog
6
5
Vacuum Lip-Seal Shroud
57089 — 5" and 6" Models
4
A2
Vacuum Overskirts
57084 — 3-1/2" Models
57086 — 5" Models
57087 — 6" Models
3
A2
2
1
Note: To order replacement parts specify the Model# and
Serial# of your machine.
Machine Exhaust Assemblies
Self Generated Vacuum (Vac-Ready)/Machine Exhaust
29
30
31
32
34
33
35
Optional: 30 quantity Muffler
Insert available, P/N 56054.
Non-Vacuum/Machine Exhaust
Central Vacuum/Machine Exhaust
36
31
31
O1
T
32
37
38
32
37
38
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Motor Assembly/Disassembly Instructions – Dynorbital ® Supreme
Important: Manufacturers warranty is void if tool is disassembled before warranty expires.
A complete Repair Kit, part number 57098, is available which includes special tools for correct disassembly/assembly of tool.
To Disassemble
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Disconnect tool from power source.
Invert machine and secure in vice, using 57092 Collar (supplied in 57098 Repair Kit) or padded jaws.
Remove sanding pad with 26 mm open-end wrench (supplied with sander) and shroud or overskirt.
Drawing 1
Insert 56058 Lock Ring Tool (supplied in 57098 Repair Kit) into corresponding tabs of lock ring and unscrew.
57091
Motor may now be lifted out for service.
Bearing Press Tool
Note: To get it started try using 26 mm wrench for leverage or rock the motor back and forth to loosen up the rings.
57057
Remove lock ring, washer, front ring and rear ring from motor. Upper motor may now be disassembled. Remove
Front Bearing Plate
95626 Snap Ring.
Remove the rear plate and the cylinder assembly by securing the cylinder in a bearing separator gripped on the
cylinder exhaust and extra pocket area. Push the motor shaft balancer through the bearing.
Support
Remove the rotor, vanes and rotor key from the motor shaft balancer. Remove the front plate using a small (#2)
arbor press. Support the edges of the front plate while pressing on the small end of the motor shaft balancer.
a.) If, during step 7, the front plate and 57088 Bearing remain together, press 57088 Bearing out of the front
plate using 57091 Press Tool (supplied in 57098 Repair Kit) as shown in Drawing 1.
57088 Bearing
b.) If, during step 7, the front plate and 57088 Bearing remains on the motor shaft balancer, it can be removed
with a bearing separator.
Remove 01206 Bearing from the rear plate by using a bearing press tool.
Disassemble the balancer assembly as follows:
a.) Place motor shaft assembly into a soft jaw vise. Using a thin screwdriver, pick out the end of 95630 Snap Ring
and peel out. This will loosen the balancer assembly.
b.) Screw the threaded portion of the 56056 Bearing Puller (supplied in 57098 Repair Kit) into the 57069 Balancer
Shaft and heat the outside of the motor shaft balancer to approximately 200° F (approximately 10 seconds with a
propane torch). Now, using the slider weight, pull the assembly out.
Drawing 2
c.) Press off 56052 Bearing with a bearing separator and remove bearing seal and bearing shield.
11. If during step 10, the 56052 Bearing remains in the motor shaft balancer, it can be removed by the heating the
shaft balancer again and using either an inside bearing puller or a blind hole bearing puller.
To Assemble:
57091
Bearing Press Tool
56052 Bearing
Important: Be certain parts are clean and in good repair before assembling.
1. Assemble the balancer assembly as follows:
59084 V-Seal
a.) Install 95630 Snap Ring onto balancer shaft. Install 59084 V-Seal with the flat side facing up.
b.) Apply 1 drop of #271 Loctite® (or equivalent), spread over several places around the inside diameter of the
56052 Bearing and the outside diameter of the 57069 Balancer Shaft.
Balancer Shaft Assembly
c.) Use the small end of the 57091 Bearing Press Tool and arbor press to install the 56052 Balancer Bearing with
the seal side facing the v-seal. Note: The inner race of the bearing must sit against the step on the
balancer shaft. (Shown in Drawing 2.)
2. Place the motor shaft balancer in a soft jaw vise with large end-up.
3. Apply 1 drop of #271 Loctite® (or equivalent) and spread over several places around the outside diameter of the
56052 Bearing and slide balancer assembly into the motor shaft balancer until 56052 Bearing is firmly seated at
bottom. Squeeze 95630 Snap Ring into groove in motor shaft balancer to complete the assembly. Remove from vise.
4. Press 57088 Bearing onto the motor shaft balancer down to the shoulder as shown in Drawing 3.
5. Press 57057 Front Bearing Plate onto 57088 Bearing as shown in Drawing 4 and check for smooth rotation.
Drawing 3
6. Place the 57090 Rotor and 56047 Rotor Key on the motor shaft balancer. Place the 56073 Vanes into the rotor
slots. Note: Vanes should be lightly lubricated with Dynabrade Air Lube P/N 95842 (or equivalent) before installation.
57091
7. Place 57058 Cylinder Assembly over rotor. The “short” line-up pin goes toward the front plate.
Bearing Press Tool
8. Place 57056 Rear Bearing Plate (with 01206 Rear Bearing pressed into place) over shaft and “long” end of line-up
pin and press fit in place as shown in Drawing 5.
57088 Bearing
9. Place 95626 Snap Ring in groove.
10. Place 57054 Rear Ring over the rear plate and line-up pin. Turn the motor over and place 57055 Front Ring over
Motor Shaft Balancer
the front plate making sure that the “legs and fingers” on the front and rear rings line-up. Also the small cut-outs on
both rings should line-up with the square holes in the cylinder/end plate assembly.
11. Place 95973 Washer and 57059 Lock Ring onto the front ring with 1 drop of pneumatic tool oil spread between the
washer and lock ring.
Balancer Shaft Assembly
12. Secure motor housing in vise, using 57092 Collar or padded jaws. Spread 2-3 drops of pneumatic tool oil around the
housing bore for ease of insertion of motor assembly. Slide motor assembly into secured housing.
Note: Be certain line-up pin enters the pocket in the bottom of the housing and the “legs” of the rings stay in line.
13. Tighten lock ring with 56058 Lock Ring Tool to 28 N•m/250 in. - lbs. Attach shroud or overskirt and weight-mated sanding pad.
Tool Assembly Complete. Please allow 30 minutes for adhesives to cure before operating tool.
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Motor Assembly/Disassembly Instructions – Dynorbital ® Supreme
Drawing 5
Drawing 4
57091
Bearing Press Tool
57091
Bearing Press Tool
57056 Rear Bearing Plate
(with 01206 Bearing)
57057
Front Bearing Plate
Line-Up Pin
57088 Bearing
57058 Cylinder Assembly
(w/Rotor and Vanes)
Motor Shaft Balancer
57057 Front Bearing Plate
(with 57088 Bearing)
Balancer Shaft Assembly
Motor Shaft Balancer
Balancer Shaft Assembly
Valve and Speed Regulator Assemblies:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Secure housing in vice using 57092 Collar or padded jaws.
Remove inlet bushing, 01468 Spring, 01472 Tip Valve and 01464 Seal from housing.
Remove 95697 Snap Ring. Press the spread regulator and valve stem out of the housing. Remove the 01025 O-Rings (2).
Place new 01025 O-Rings (2) on the speed regulator and place in housing with valve stem. Install new 95967 Snap Ring.
Place new 01464 Seal in housing. Using tweezers or needle nose pliers, place the tip valve into housing so that the pin goes through the valve stem
hole. Place new 01468 Spring into housing so small end is towards tip valve.
6. Spread small amount of #567 Loctite® (or equivalent) around the threads of the first inlet bushing and tighten into housing to 23 N•m/200 in. - lbs.
Note: Motor should operate at between 9,500 and 10,000 RPM at 6.2 bar (90 PSIG). RPM should be checked with a reed tachometer. Before operating, we
recommend that 2-3 drops of Dynabrade Air Lube P/N 95842 (or equivalent) be placed directly into the air inlet with throttle lever depressed. Operate the
machine for approximately 30 seconds before application to workpiece to determine if machine is working properly and safely and to allow lubricating
oils to properly dispense through machine.
Loctite ® is a registered trademark of the Loctite Corp.
Disc Pad Change:
1. Insert 50679 Wrench on flats of 57069 Balancer Shaft and twist off sanding pad by hand.
2. With wrench still in place, hand tighten new pad on tool.
3. No need to remove shroud or overskirt.
Required Weight of Pads:
3-1/2" Models –– Use pad weighing 80g.
5" Models –– Use pad weighing 100g.
6" Models –– Use pad weighing 130g.
Optional Accessories
96024 Motor Tune-Up Kit:
Includes assorted parts to help
maintain and repair motor.
50679 26mm Wrench
6
57098 Motor Repair Kit:
Includes special tools for proper disassembly/assembly of
the Dynorbital ® Supreme.
Self-Contained Dust Collection Systems
Easily attach to Dynorbital ® Supreme Random Orbital Sander – Self-Generated Vac-Ready Models.
54284 Mini-Flex-Hose System
• 95580 Air Line 1" dia. x 28" long.
• 50638 Flex-Hose 1" dia. x 18" long.
• 50694 Mini-Reusable Felt Bag.
• 95362 Rubber Connectors (3) which
connect air line to exhaust hose.
50694 Mini-Reusable Felt Bag
• New bag design features a one
micron filter rating. Bag traps over
99% of vacuum particles one
micron or larger.
• Mounts directly to any Vac-Ready
tool or to any exhaust hose.
• Measures 11" long x 3" wide.
End opens up - no need to remove
bag from tool when emptying.
50617 & 56303 – 6' Long Flex-Hose
• Both systems include 6' long 50682
Flex-Hose.
• Shown with optional 95361 Air Line
(1/4" diameter).
50617: Has 50683 Standard Reusable
Felt Bag with hook ’n loop
end for easy emptying.
50683 Reusable Felt Bag
• New bag design features a one
micron filter rating. Bag traps over
99% of vacuum particles one
micron or larger.
• Hook ‘n loop end for easy emptying.
• Measures 14-1/2" L x 7-1/2" W.
• Connects to vacuum hose.
56303: Has 56304 Zipper-Lock Bag.
56304 Reusable Felt Bag w/Zipper
• New bag design features a one
micron filter rating. Bag traps over
99% of vacuum particles one
micron or larger.
• Has zipper-lock end.
• Measures 14-1/2" L x 7-1/2" W.
• Connects to vacuum hose.
54290 “Bag-in-Box” System
• 95361 Air Line 5' long.
• 50682 Flex-Hose 1" dia. x 6' long.
• 95362 Rubber Connectors (5, attach
air line to vacuum hose).
• 95575 Durable Box Receptacle (to
house bag and store tool).
• Sample paper bag included.
Paper bag reorder:
50692 (400/case) or
50693 (24 per package.)
95986 Hose Cover
(5' long cloth cover)
• Covers air line and exhaust/vacuum
hoses (not included).
• Eliminates damage from hoses
dragging on the workpiece.
Machine Specifications
Model
Number
Motor
hp (W)
Motor
RPM
Dia. Orbit
Inch (mm)
Sound
Level
Air Flow Rate
CFM/SCFM (LPM)
Air Pressure
PSIG (Bars)
Spindle
Thread
Weight
Pound (kg)
Length
Inch (mm)
Height
Inch (mm)
56800
.28 (209)
12,000
3/16" (5)
76 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
56803
.28 (209)
12,000
3/16" (5)
83 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
2.1 (1.0)
6 (152)
3-3/4 (95)
2.1 (1.0)
8-1/4 (210)
3-3/4 (95)
56804
.28 (209)
12,000
3/16" (5)
76 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
56815
.28 (209)
12,000
3/16" (5)
78 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
2.1 (1.0)
7 (178)
3-3/4 (95)
2.1 (1.0)
6-1/2 (165)
56818
.28 (209)
12,000
3/16" (5)
81 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
3-5/8 (92)
5/16"-24 female
2.1 (1.0)
8-1/2 (216)
56819
.28 (209)
12,000
3/16" (5)
78 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
3-5/8 (92)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
2.2 (1.0)
7-1/4 (184)
3-5/8 (92)
56826
.28 (209)
12,000
3/16" (5)
79 dB(A)
56829
.28 (209)
12,000
3/16" (5)
79 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
2.2 (1.0)
7 (178)
3-1/2 (89)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
2.2 (1.0)
9 (229)
56830
.28 (209)
12,000
3/16" (5)
3-1/2 (89)
79 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
2.2 (1.0)
7-3/4 (197)
56840
.28 (209)
12,000
3-1/2 (89)
3/32" (2)
76 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
2.1 (1.0)
6 (152)
3-3/4 (95)
56843
.28 (209)
56844
.28 (209)
12,000
3/32" (2)
83 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
2.1 (1.0)
8-1/4 (210)
3-3/4 (95)
12,000
3/32" (2)
76 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
2.1 (1.0)
7 (178)
3-3/4 (95)
56850
56853
.28 (209)
12,000
3/32" (2)
78 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
2.1 (1.0)
6-1/2 (165)
3-5/8 (92)
.28 (209)
12,000
3/32" (2)
81 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
2.1 (1.0)
8-1/2 (216)
3-5/8 (92)
56854
.28 (209)
12,000
3/32" (2)
78 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
2.2 (1.0)
7-1/4 (184)
3-5/8 (92)
56859
.28 (209)
12,000
3/32" (2)
79 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
2.2 (1.0)
7 (178)
3-1/2 (89)
56862
.28 (209)
12,000
3/32" (2)
79 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
2.2 (1.0)
9 (229)
3-1/2 (89)
56863
.28 (209)
12,000
3/32" (2)
79 dB(A)
3/18 (510)
90 (6.2)
5/16"-24 female
2.2 (1.0)
7-3/4 (197)
3-1/2 (89)
Additional Specifications: Air Inlet Thread 1/4" NPT • Hose I.D. Size 1/4" or 8 mm
7
Preventative Maintenance Schedule
For All Dynorbital® Supreme Air Powered Random Orbital Sanders
This service chart is published as a guide to expectant life of component parts. The replacement levels are based on average tool
usage over one year. Dynabrade Inc. considers one year usage to be 1,000 hours or 50% of a man year.
Index Part Description
# Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
LEGEND
T
Included in Tune-Up Kit.
X
Type of wear, no other
comments apply.
L
Easily lost. Care during
assembly/disassembly.
D
Easily damaged during
assembly/disassembly.
R
Replace each time tool is
disassembled.
95630
57069
59084
56052
See Note
56047
57059
95973
57055
57088
57057
57113
57058
95971
57056
01206
57054
95626
See Note
95979
01464
01472
01468
01494
95697
01025
01477
57064
57083
96197
57065
57066
95526
57068
57067
57093
56027
56028
57112
Number
Required
Snap Ring
Balancer Shaft
V-Seal
Balancer Bearing
Motor Shaft Balancer
Key
Lock Ring
Washer
Front Ring
Bearing
Front Bearing Plate
Blade/Rotor Set
Cylinder Assembly
Line-up Pin
Rear Bearing Plate
Bearing
Rear Ring
Snap Ring
Lever
Pin
Seal
Tip Valve
Conical Spring
Inlet Bushing
Retaining Ring
O-Ring
Valve Stem
Speed Regulator
Vacuum Adapter
Dowel Pin
Cone Muffler
Muffler Body
O-Ring
Vac Nozzle
Vac Tube
Vacuum Adapter
Muffler Insert
Muffler Cap
Muffler Assembly
High Wear
100%
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
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
Med. Wear
70%
Low Wear
30%
Non-Wear
10%
T
X
T
T
X
T
X
X
T
T
X
T
X
X
X
T
T
T
X
T
T
T
T
X
T
T
T
X
X
X
T
X
T
X
X
X
T
T
X
Note: Please refer to page 4 for specific part number and description.
®
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