gas springs applications

gas springs applications
Application
examples
F373
Wireless Pressure Monitoring (WPM)
Wireless Pressure Monitoring (WPM)
Wireless monitoring of gas springs
The core requirements on any pressing plant are: Automation and zero-defect production.
Prerequisite is also real-time process control.
The FIBRO Wireless Pressure Monitoring (WPM) system monitors gas springs in all areas in which cable or hose-reliant systems reach their technical limitations, or are simply uneconomical.
The WPM system monitors temperature and pressure in gas springs.
It consists of a coordinator and a sensor, which transmit wireless data to any designated Windows-based system. Custom software analyses the data and
initialises the necessary process control and pre-emptive maintenance steps accordingly.
Advantages:
! Around-the-clock monitoring and documentation
! Alert to defects avoiding production of faulty parts
! Pre-emptive wear detection and targeted troubleshooting
! Prevention of downtime and secondary failures
! Minimisation of leakage points
! Streamlined construction and assembly
! Optimised maintenance intervals and reduction of maintenance and repair costs
Monitoring system - Method of operation
Press
Press Control
Sensors
Receiver and
Sensors
Tools
Notebook
The WPM system contains up to four components:
! Sensors in the pressing tool. These form a PAN (Personal Area Network).
! PC with receiver:
A device for setting up the PAN and for initial parameterisation of the tool sensors.
! Press coordinator COO, which is permanently installed on the press, and which communicates with the tool sensors and the press controller.
(Customer-specific)
! Press control connection. There are various connection options available. (Customer-specific)
F360
subject to alterations
Wireless Pressure Monitoring (WPM)
Receiver
Software
2480.00.90.20.01
Measuring example
(in the scope of delivery)
Receiver, PC - USB2.0
incl. software CD for the PC
Setting and display options for pressure and temperature variance
2480.00.90.20.01
Receiver, PC - USB2.0
Zero-defect production
Before and during the use of tools in the press, the WPM monitors the level of pressure of all
gas springs.
The system reports defects pre-emptively before a faulty part can be manufactured. Definable warning and alarm value limits.
Gas spring location and status control via tool sensors
2480.00.90.51.01.0
Software CD for PC
Targeted maintenance
Temperature monitoring detects erosion before any drop of pressure occurs in the spring. System locates defective spring in case of malfunction. Downtime can be pre-emptively reduced or avoided.
The WPM system enables wear-specific maintenance intervals that significantly reduce maintenance
and repair compared to fixed intervals.
Streamlined construction and assembly
Tool manufacturers need solely consider the position of sensors and springs. No need to install tube
lines during assembly which means leakages are a thing of the past.
Process control documentation (Pressure/Time diagram)
subject to alterations
F361
Wireless Pressure Monitoring (WPM)
Sensor
Filling adapter, Battery
Mounting Example:
2480.00.90.10.01
Sensor - Gas spring connection
Sensor
49,5
31
2480.00.90.10.01
Sensor
ø52
Connection thread
S 12,65 x 1,5
16,5
ø19
49,5
31
Order separately:
2480.00.24.01
Gauging coupling with valve
for gas spring connection
approx. 22
2480.00.90.10.01 Sensor
Technical data:
Mounting example:
Sensor - Control fitting connection
E.g.: 2480.00.31.01
Control fitting
without pressure switch
49,5
31
ca. 25
Order separately: 2480.00.24.02
Gauging coupling with valve
for connection to the control fitting
Installation location:
any
Pressure medium:
Nitrogen - N2
Ambient and
operating temperature range:
0° C to +80°C
Storage temperature range:
-25 to 80°C
Protection type:
IP 67
Pressure range:
0 - 500 bar
Per. overload:
Factor 1.5
Hysteresis:
+/- 0.5% v. EW
Linearity:
+/- 1% of max. Setup pressure
Repeatability:
+/- 0.5% v. EW
Bursting pressure:
Factor 2.5
Seals:
FKM (Viton)
Material:
Floor plate: VA steel,
with welded in sensor
2480.00.90.10.01
Sensor
Housing: Plastic ABS,
Colour: black
Temperature drift:
2480.00.90.00.10
Filling adapter for minimess connection
Connection thread
S 12,65 x 1,5
< 0.2% / 10k (0°C to 80°C)
Temperature measuring range
0 to 85°C
Mechanical connection:
Minimess connection S 12.65 x 1.5
for gauging coupling 2480.00.24.01/.03
Energy supply sensor unit:
3.6 V DC via Battery
Digital interface
Sensor unit and wireless module:
SPI /I2C
2480.00.90.10.00.1 Battery
Battery for reordering
(Battery is included in the sensor‘s scope of delivery.)
Battery capacity 3-4 years with “normal” tool use
approx. 85
F362
subject to alterations
Filling and control fitting
Filling hose
Cylinder pressure regulator
2480.00.32.21 Filling and control fitting
Description:
The filling and control fitting
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ŠJ)z})}))ŠŠMg>͗)̪>̪›J)g
testing tools) and measure the gas
pressure.
The coupling enables the filling
hose 2480.00.31.02 to be
connected directly to the gas
¡`Mg%)}š`š)n}ŠJ)z})})
regulator.
Pressure
gauge dial
Valve actuation
Gas spring
bleeder valve
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checking purposes, a simplified
}}g>)f)gŠ›MŠJnŠŠJ)3M``Mg>
hose 2480.00.31.02 is also
possible.
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additional adapter 2480.00.32.11
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Ŧκ̾ςš`š)ngg)ŠMng
standard.
Quick release coupling
– plug connector
Screw-on unit
for connection
to gas spring
Connecting adapter for cylinder connector
Note:
μf`ng>3M``Mg>Jn)›MŠJ|M]
})`))nz`Mg>̫JŠ͂n33š`š)
and gas bottle connector, order no.
2480.00.31.02 (order separately).
Other filling hose lengths to order.
Description:
2480.00.31.02 Filling hose
Order No.
2480.00.31.02.00.10
2480.00.31.02.00.11
2480.00.31.02.00.12
Coupling for gas cylinder or
pressure regulator connector thread
W 24, 32 x 1/14
Country
France
China
Great Britain
Shut-off valve
For cylinder connector
AFNOR C, W21,8x1/14
Ŧο̾ς͂ŵƫƔμμς
G 5/8
Quick release coupling
– socket
2480.00.32.07. Gas cylinder pressure regulator
The pressure regulator
2480.00.32.07. is designed for
200 bar connections and for
300 bar gas cylinders.
The filling and control fitting
2480.00.32.21 is connected to the
cylinder pressure regulator for
filling gas springs using filling hose
2480.00.31.02 and connector
adaptor 2480.00.32.07.04.
Gas cylinder pressure gauge
(admission pressure)
Gas cylinder connector
2480.00.32.07.03
300 bar W 30 x 2
DIN 477-5; 2002-04
Gas cylinder connector
2480.00.32.07.02
200 bar W 24, 32 x 1/14
DIN 477-1; 1990-05
Depending on the type of gas
cylinder, the gas cylinder connector
used can either be the
2480.00.32.07.02
for 200 bar cylinders or the
2480.00.32.07.03 for 300 bar
cylinders.
Max. admission
pressure
300 bar
Back pressure
10-200 bar
Filling pressure
gauge (back
pressure)
Filling pressure
regulator
2480.00.32.07.01
Other benefits:
͊ ŲŠ¡nz)gMg>n3ŠJ)>Š)š`š)
on the filling and control fitting
2480.00.32.21 cannot result in
nš)}3M``Mg>̪
͊ ŵŠMgnŠg))}¡ŠnJš)ŠJ)
pressure display of the filling
and control fitting 2480.00.32.21
MgšM)›̪
subject to alterations
Order No
2480.00.32.07.01
2480.00.32.07.02
2480.00.32.07.03
2480.00.32.07.04
for gas cylinder pressure 200/300 bar
Pressure regulator
Gas cylinder connector 200 bar
Gas cylinder connector 300 bar
Connector adaptor
Order No
2480.00.32.07.01
2480.00.32.07.02
2480.00.32.07.04
for gas cylinder pressure 200 bar
Pressure regulator
Gas cylinder connector 200 bar
Connector adaptor
Order No
2480.00.32.07.01
2480.00.32.07.03
2480.00.32.07.04
for gas cylinder pressure 300 bar
Pressure regulator
Gas cylinder connector 300 bar
Connector adaptor
Connector adaptor
2480.00.32.07.04
for filling and
control fitting
2480.00.32.21
Connector thread
W 24, 32 x 1/14
Filling pressure
regulator
F363
Compact nitrogen booster for gas spring filling
2480.00.32.71
Compact nitrogen booster
for gas spring filling
Description:
2480.00.32.71
The FIBRO compact nitrogen booster 2480.00.32.71 was developed to
compress nitrogen gas. It increases the output pressure of the nitrogen
cylinders considerably.
100
50
For example, when filling gas springs, the N2 cylinders can be used up to a
residual pressure of 30 bar.
9
Advantages:
270
min. 161
max. 177
8
► Increase in utilisation capacity
► Reduction in cylinder replacement time
► Minimisation of the number of cylinders
► Light weight (7.2 kg)
► Compact design
► Suitable for simple installation directly on all standard nitrogen cylinders (200 bar)
100
Function:
The FIBRO compact nitrogen booster works according to the principle of
a pressure relay valve. Low pressure is applied to a large surface, which in
turns applies high pressure to a small surface. Continuous delivery is achieved by means of an internally actuated 4/2-way valve.
Compressed air is used as the drive mechanism.
100
122
112
80
A holding plate is included to secure the compact nitrogen booster to the
nitrogen cylinder. The compact nitrogen booster is simply hung over the
nitrogen cylinder connection.
80
85
109
F364
subject to alterations
Compact nitrogen booster for gas spring filling
Holding plate
Connection diagram
2480.00.32.71.02 Holding plate
Compact nitrogen booster
for re-order
Order separately:
2480.00.32.21
Filling and control fitting
②
④
①
⑦
⑥
⑤
Order separately:
2480.00.31.02
Filling hose
Nitrogen cylinder (200 bar)
not included in scope of delivery
①
②
2480.00.32.71 Compact nitrogen booster
③
④
⑤
③
⑦
Nitrogen N2 inlet
2480.00.32.71.02
Gas cylinder connection W24, 32 x 1/14
for 200 bar nitrogen cylinder
Compressed air inlet G1/4 max. 10 bar
Overpressure protection 400 bar
Nitrogen N2 outlet
345
Connectingn thread W24, 32 x 1/14
Technical data:
Drive compressed air: 1-10 bar
Calculated operating pressure at 10 bar air drive pressure:
300 bar
Transmission ratio: 1:32
Displaced volume/double stroke: 11.6 cm³
Connections:
Compressed air: G 1/4" thread
160
Nitrogen outlet:
N2 cylinder connection 200 bar W24, 32 x 1/14
ø120
Nitrogen inlet:
Hose DN4, 1 m long with N2 cylinder connection 200 bar
Max. operating temperature: 60°C
Weight: approx. 7.2 kg
Inlet pressure: 30-300 bar
135
Average supply rate*: 280 NL/min
* The delivery rate is dependent on the air drive and inlet pressure.
subject to alterations
F365
Dynamometer for gas springs
2480.00.35.021
2480.00.35.032
Analogue display
Digital display
Description:
The dynamometer with mechanical measuring device can be used to test the spring force of gas springs up to 8000 daN.
The dynamometer with digital measuring device can be used to test the spring force of gas springs up to 10 000 daN.
The dynamometer 2480.00.35.021 with analogue display is supplied with three interchangeable pressure measuring nozzles different
ranges of values:
up to 300 daN
from 300
to 1750 daN
from 1750
to 8000 daN
The dynamometer 2480.00.35.032 with digital display has a pressure measuring nozzle for forces ranging from 0 to 10 000 daN.
Maximum spring installation height
analogous = 700 mm
digital
= 760 mm
F366
subject to alterations
Dynamometer for gas springs
2480.00.35.04
Description:
The dynamometer with digital measuring device can be used to test the
spring force of gas springs up to 2000 daN.
Max. spring installation height: 488 mm.
Max. spring diameter:
subject to alterations
150 mm.
F367
Toolkit for assembling gas springs
2480.00.50.11
39-1
9
8
7
18 30 19 33
6
1
13
29
2
3
3-1
4
5
34
16-2
5-1
17
15
14-1
10-1
2480.00.50.11
Description:
Toolkit for all gas springs
Toolkit for assembling and disassembling gas
springs.
The toolkit contains:
Pos.
Order No
1
2480.00.50.01.001
2
2480.00.50.01.002
3
2480.00.50.01.003
3-1
2480.00.50.01.031
4
5
5-1
2480.00.50.01.004
2480.00.50.01.005
2480.00.50.01.051
6
7
8
9
10-1
13
14-1
15
16-2
replaces 16-1
17
18
19
29
30
33
2480.00.50.01.006
2480.00.50.01.007
2480.00.50.01.008
2480.00.50.01.009
2480.00.50.01.101
2480.00.50.01.013
2480.00.50.01.141
2480.00.50.01.015
2480.00.50.01.162
34
39-1
2480.00.50.01.034
2480.00.50.01.391
F368
2480.00.50.01.017
2480.00.50.01.018
2480.00.50.01.019
2480.00.50.01.029
2480.00.50.01.030
2480.00.50.01.033
Term
Assembly sleeve
Assembly sleeve
Assembly sleeve
Assembly sleeve
(2487.12.00500.)
Assembly sleeve
Assembly sleeve
Assembly sleeve
(2487.12.01500.)
Assembly sleeve
Assembly sleeve
Assembly sleeve
Assembly sleeve
Circlip tool
T-lever
T-lever
T-lever
T-lever, extension
Valve pliers
Valve tool
Valve tool
Special valve spanner
Valve tool
Valve tool
(2480.00.41.1)
Handle for disassembling
Tool case
Note:
Mini
00250
00500
X500
Read instructions for use before working on it.
Every tool can be ordered separately.
00750
01500
X1500
03000
05000
07500
10000
M8
M16
G 1/8”
M6
M6
G 1/8“
VG 5
M6
M3
subject to alterations
Assembling cone
2480.00.50.04.
Assembling cone for gas springs with through bore passage 2496.12.
Pos.
Order No
Term
001
2480.00.50.04.001
Assembling cone 00270
002
2480.00.50.04.002
Assembling cone 00490
003
2480.00.50.04.003
Assembling cone 01060
004
2480.00.50.04.004
Assembling cone 01750
005
2480.00.50.04.005
Assembling cone 03300
006
2480.00.50.04.006
Assembling cone 04250
006
005
004
003
002
subject to alterations
001
F369
Service station, mobile, for gas springs
2480.00.50.20.
2480.00.50.20.2
Service station, mobile, for gas springs
Lighting unit, removable
1250
1199,5
605
FIBRO
2480.00.50.20.1
⑥
Work bench, mobile
1966,8
①
④
830
⑤
③
⑦
⑧
④
233
⑧
②
250
1579,9
700
Description:
Technical data:
The mobile service station for gas springs is an optimised solution for the
filling/maintenance of gas springs directly on the press or tool.
The service station consists of a mobile work bench 2480.00.50.20.1 and a
removable light unit 2480.00.50.20.2.
2480.00.50.20.1 Work bench, mobile:
Advantages:
2480.00.50.20.2 Lighting unit, removable:
'
'
'
'
Elongated light (w = 1200 mm) with connection cable and plug
2 x 45 W, strip louvre with reflector
Electronic ballast
Protection type IP20
“All in One” solution
High mobility coupled with secure stability
Clean handling of the gas spring components
High user comfort
Work surface, Tovidur (mm) 1250 x 700 x 40
Work bench chassis made from profile steel tubing (mm) 45 x 45 x 2
Parallel vices, jaw width = 100 mm
The mobile work bench 2480.00.50.20.1 is equipped with a 40 mm thick
Trovidur work surface ①. The surface is hard-wearing and very easy to keep
clean.
Connections
The height adjustable chassis with 4 castors ② allows for high mobility and
provides secure stability for the service station. The chassis is easily moved
up and down by way of an excenter lever ③ located on the left of the unit.
Central supply line on the right side of the cabinet (bottom rear) with
electric supply line (protected energy supply plug)
At the right of the unit, a loading receptacle with a locking clip ④ is located
for 200 bar bottles.
A removable oil sump with a grate in the upper drawer ⑤ will ensure clean
handling of the internal gas spring components.
The energy panel ⑥ offers great user comfort because of its integrated
operating elements, like the compressed air connection, light switch and
3 x 230 V electric outlet.
The removable lighting unit 2480.00.50.20.2 is height adjustable to cater
to the individual requirements of the user.
Input:
1/4“ internal thread for air infeed
Energy panel:
1 x 1/4“ internal thread for air connection
1 x On/OFF switch for air supply, rotary switch for
Nitrogen Compact Booster
3 x 230 V socket (with hinged lid)
1 x ON/OFF switch for power supply, rotary switch
Accessory:
For optimised utilisation of the nitrogen bottle fill amount, a Compact
Booster 2480.00.32.71 and a hose line DN4, 3 m 2480.00.32.71.05.03 can
be integrated in specifically provided receiving braces in the cabinet ⑦.
The two free drawers ⑧ offer additional space for specialist tool sets
2480.00.50.11 for the repair of gas springs.
F370
subject to alterations
Hose press, pneumatic
Hose shears
2480.00.54.10
Hose press, pneumatic
for hose sizes DN2 and DN5
Description:
The FIBRO hose press, pneumatical 2480.00.54.10 is suited for pressing
the following hose connection systems:
2480.00.23.
2480.00.25.
2480.00.27.01.
Minimess-system
24°-conus-system
Connector system, 24° conus micro
The pneumatic-hydraulic hose press drive enables simple and fast hose
harnessing.
After connecting compressed air (max. 7 bar) on the G1/4“ threaded
fitting, the hose press is operated manually with the air-hydraulic
pump (0.1 - 0.5 l/min. at 7 bar air pressure).
Technical data:
Crimp force
max. Crimp range
Opening
Opening without press clamps
Press clamps (included in the delivery scope)
Drive
Oil
Length x width x height
Weight
750 / 75 kN/t
52 mm
+10 mm
52 mm
2480.00.54.10.02 (DN2)
2480.00.54.10.05 (DN5)
Pneumatic
1,4 liters
230 x 180 x 160
16 kg
Lubricant-free
Sheetmetal glide pads on the press tool:
- improved performance due to reduced friction
- no press tool wear and no contamination from lubricants, 20%
reduction in friction loss
2480.00.54.03
Hose shears
The following press fixtures and hoses can
be ordered:
for the Minimess-system
2480.00.23.00.
Hose 630 bar dimpled, DN2 *
2480.00.23.01.V
Threaded connection, straight, packed, DN2 - 1215
2480.00.23.02.V
Threaded connection, 90°, packed, DN2 - 1215
for the 24°-conus-system
2489.00.02.
High-pressure hose, dimpled, DN5 *
2480.00.25.01
Hose fitting, straight
2480.00.25.02
Hose fitting, 90°
2480.00.25.04
Hose fitting, 45°
for the connector system, 24° conus micro
2480.00.23.00.
Hose 630 bar dimpled, DN2 *
2480.00.27.01.V
Threaded connection, straight, packed
* Hose lenghts in 1 m steps, ordered,
e.g. Ordering example hose DN2, 10 m lenghts
= 2480.00.23.00.0010
subject to alterations
F371
F372
subject to alterations
Application examples
Trimming tool with inclined, Cam-Operated slide
Drawing slide of large forming tool
F374
subject to alterations
Application examples
Trimming tool with inclined cam slide
Nitrogen die cylinders in the top ensure the positive centering of the trimming slide on the centering cones in the bottom tool section.
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10 m
m
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Drawing tool
The nitrogen die cylinder for the drawing slide is easily placed into position; the safety lid secures it.
Very high forces are required in this tool for the draw pad in the slide.
The nitrogen die cylinders in the top tool serve as boosters for the insufficient ram cushion.
subject to alterations
F375
Application examples
Flanging tool with nitrogen die cylinders
Flanging tool with ring stripper
Where bottom ejection facilities are lacking, FIBRO Nitrogen die cylinders
will provide reliable actuation of piece part ejectors.
The ring stripper is actuated by nitrogen die cylinders.
Double-Acting drawing tool
Blanking and piercing tool
In order to obtain shorter setting times, only the downholder is boltet to
the ram cushion. The drawing punch is raised through
f + 20 mm by nitrogen die cylinders.
The application of nitrogen die cylinders instead of the usual
elastomer bumpers results in a significant reduction of setting time. Moreover, injuries caused by “fly-out” elastomer bumpers are
eliminated.
F376
subject to alterations
Application examples
Retraction of piercing slide by nitrogen die cylinder
Die cylinder is mounted to bottom tool. It retracts the slide after completention of the piercing operation.
We recommend a “soft”-start on the cam shape in order to reduce impact and accerleration on the die cylinder.
Drawing slide
In order to prevent wrinkling, this tool requires high forces on the downholder and pressure pad.
An elegant solution was achieved with nitrogen die cylinders. Ease of cylinder installation was ensured.
Drawing tool
The pressure pad is actuated by nitrogen die cylinders during the final 20 mm of the draw.
subject to alterations
F377
Application examples
Detail of progression compound tool
The clamping stripper is actuated by two nitrogen die cylinders
2480.12.01500.025. The units provide an initial cylinder force of 15 kN each
and a stroke capacity of 25 mm – of which 20 mm are utilized.
Drawing tool
Intended for use in a 100 ton hydraulic press, with one nitrogen die cylinder
2480.12.03000.025 mounted in the drawing punch.
In this application the die cylinder serves to accomplish the initial pre-draw
of the internal shape, as well as for finish the draw over the draw ring –
after the bottoming pressure of 30 kN has been reached.
The nitrogen die cylinder has an initial cylinder force of 30 kN,
a stroke capacity of 25 mm – of which 19,5 mm are utilized in operation.
Stroking speed is 4 SPM.
19,5 mm
Bending tool for round bars
This tool employs two nitrogen die cylinders 2480.13.00750.080 for actuating the downholder. Press stroke is 92 mm. The stroke of the downholder
is approx. 66 mm.
Because of manual loading, press strokes vary from 36 to 40 SPM. Part
ejection is automatic. The nitrogen die cylinders provide an initial force of
7,5 kN each, and a stroke capacity of 80 mm.
F378
subject to alterations
Application examples
Bottom ejector in progression compound tool
Two nitrogen die cylinders 2480.13.00750.025 are used, providing an initial
force of 7,5 kN each, and a stroke capacity of 25 mm.
The actual working stroke is 10 mm. The tool is run at a speed of 150 SPM,
with a ram stroke of 48 mm.
10 mm stroke
Drawing- and piercing tool
This tool is used in a 100 ton hydraulic press.
The nitrogen die cylinder is a 2480.13.03000.080, with a charge pressure of
130 bar – giving an initial cylinder force of 26 kN.
Stroke capacity is 80 mm. The actual working stroke is 76 mm.
The press is run at 14 SPM.
subject to alterations
F379
Application example of gas springs
Gas springs facilitate tools storage and tools preparation for production
Gas springs find increasing use in large press tools - in the sole role of
aiding theier storage and production preparation.
The springs are bolted to either the upper or lower bolsters. They are
activated only when the tool is being taken out of the press.
Application examples 1 and 2 show that special spacer caps are inserted
prior to the tool being let down onto the gas springs – this being done
whilst still in the press. During removal from the press and subsequent
storage, the springs will keep the top tool elevated.
Upon being prepared for production, the springs facilitate access to the
tool. Once back in the press, the spacer caps are removed and the storage
springs remain inactive during the production run.
It is recommended to affix warning signs to the tools in a prominent
position: the presence of gas springs in the tool often cannot be seen from
the outside.
Storage stop pins are provided next to the springs; when tools are stacked
one on top of the other, the increasing mass will force the springs to recade
– and the tops will eventually abut against the storage pins. Once the stack
is removed, the springs take over adain and push the top tool up.
F380
subject to alterations
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