operator`s manual pneutorque® ptm, ptme, truktorque™ series stall

operator`s manual pneutorque® ptm, ptme, truktorque™ series stall

NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS LTD

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USA

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© Norbar Torque Tools Ltd 2007

OPERATOR’S MANUAL

PNEUTORQUE

®

PTM, PTME, TRUKTORQUE

SERIES

STALL TOOLS

Part Number 34321 | Issue 5 | Original Instructions (English)

CONTENTS

Part Numbers Covered By This Manual

Safety

Introduction

Parts Included

Accessories

Features and Functions

Set Up Instructions

Pneutorque

®

Hangar

Connecting Air Supply

Air Lubrication

Torque Reaction

Clockwise/Counter Clockwise Operation

Setting Torque to Tighten Fastener

Operating Instructions

Tightening

Releasing

Maintenance

Air Lubrication

Gearbox

Silencer

Drive Square

Calibration

Cleaning

Disposal

Specifications

Declaration of Conformity

Trouble Shooting

Glossary of Terms

12

12

13

15

15

15

15

14

14

14

14

16

6

7

7

7

8

8

11

11

2

3

4

4

5

18

19

19

1

PART NUMBERS COVERED BY THIS MANUAL

This manual covers the setup and use of Norbar Pneutorque

Part Number Model

®

PTM, PTME, TrukTorque

stall tools.

Direction Maximum Torque

18100.F06

18100.B06

PTM-52-500-F

PTM-52-500-B

Forward (Clockwise) only

Bi-directional

500 N·m

18101.F06

18101.B06

18102.F06

18102.B06

18162.B06

18162.B08

18103.F08

18103.B08

PTM-52-800-F

PTM-52-800-B

PTM-72-1000-F

PTM-72-100-B

TrukTorque

TrukTorque

PTM-72-1350-F

PTM-72-1350-B

TrukTorque

PTM-72-2000-F

Forward (Clockwise) only

Bi-directional

Forward (Clockwise) only

Bi-directional

Bi-directional

Bi-directional

Forward (Clockwise) only

Bi-directional

800 N·m

1000 N·m

1000 N·m

1350 N·m

18163.B08

18104.F08

18104.B08

18106.F08

18106.B06

18119.F08

18119.B08

18119.F12

PTM-72-2000-B

PTM-92-2700-F

PTM-92-2700-B

PTM-92-4000-F

PTM-92-4000-B

PTM-92-4000-F

Bi-directional

Forward (Clockwise) only

Bi-directional

Forward (Clockwise) only

Bi-directional

Forward (Clockwise) only

Bi-directional

Forward (Clockwise) only

1350 N·m

2000 N·m

2700 N·m

4000 N·m

18119.B12

18108.F12

PTM-92-4000-B

PTM-119-4500-F

Bi-directional

Forward (Clockwise) only

18108.B12

18109.F12

PTM-119-4500-B

PTM-119-6000-F

Bi-directional

Forward (Clockwise) only

4500 N·m

18109.B12

18140.F06

PTM-119-6000-B

PTME-72-1000-F

Bi-directional

Forward (Clockwise) only

6000 N·m

18140.B06 PTME-72-1000-B Bi-directional

1000 N·m

18141.F08

18141.B08

NOTE: The main PTM, PTME TrukTorque

TrukTorque

PTME-72-2000-F

PTME-72-2000-B

Forward (Clockwise) only

Bi-directional

2000 N·m

™ models are listed above. Other PTM, PTME and

stall tools with minor variances are also covered.

Description of Options

:

Part Number Option

*****.F**

*****.B**

*****.*06

*****.*08

*****.*12

Model Option

PTM-**-***-*

PTME-**-****-*

PTM*-52-****-*

PTM*-72-****-*

PTM*-92-****-*

PTM*-119-****-*

PTM*-**-1000-*

PTM*-**-****-F

PTM*-**-****-B

Forward (Clockwise) only

Bi-directional (Clockwise and Counter Clockwise)

3/4” A/F drive square size

1” A/F drive square drive

1 1/2” A/F drive square drive

Pneutorque

®

Description

Description

Pneutorque Twin Motor

Twin Motor fixed nose extension

52mm diameter gear box

72mm diameter gear box

92mm diameter gear box

119mm diameter gearbox

Maximum torque in N·m

Forward (Clockwise) only

Bi-directional (Clockwise and Counter Clockwise)

2

SAFETY

IMPORTANT: DO NOT OPERATE THE TOOL BEFORE READING THESE INSTRUCTIONS.

FAILURE TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY OR DAMAGE TO THE TOOL.

This tool is intended for use with threaded fasteners.

The use of proper ear protectors is recommended.

Do not use these tools in potentially explosive atmosphere as they contain grease, which may cause an explosion hazard in the presence of pure oxygen. These tools also contain aluminium alloy components which may cause a hazard in certain explosive environments.

Unexpected tool movement due to reaction forces or breakage of drive square or reaction bar may cause injuries.

Isolate the tool from all energy sources before changing or adjusting the drive square or socket.

There is a risk of crushing between the reaction bar and work piece.

Keep hands away from reaction bar.

Keep hands away from tool output.

Keep loose clothing, hair, etc. from being caught in any rotating part of the tool.

These tools require a reaction bar. See section on Torque Reaction.

Ensure all hoses are correctly fitted before switching on the air supply. This avoids the risk of injury by whipping air hoses.

Unexpected direction of drive square movement can cause a hazardous situation.

Use only sockets and adaptors which are in good condition and are intended for use with power tools.

Pneutorque

®

Wrenches are non-impacting, torque controlled threaded fastener tightening tools and must always be operated with the following:-

 Clean dry air supply with a minimum flow of 19 litres/sec (40 CFM).

 Lubro Control Unit or similar Filter, Regulator and Lubricator Unit 1/2” Bore (12 mm).

 Impact or high quality sockets.

 Reaction bar.

3

INTRODUCTION

The Pneutorque

®

PTM, PTME & TrukTorque™ tools are air driven power tools designed for applying torque to threaded fasteners. There are models to cover torque capacities of 500 N·m to 2000 N·m. The tools use an external air pressure regulator (included in a Lubro Control Unit) to set the air pressure that controls the stall torque.

Parts Included

Part Number

Description

PTM-52 PTM-72 PTM-92 PTM-119

PTME-72

TrukTorque™

Visual

Difference

Pneutorque

®

Power Tool

Cranked

Reaction Bar

Reaction Bar

Retaining

Circlip

Hangar

Operator’s

Manual (with air pressure graph & language CD [if required])

18100.**

18101.**

18646

26588

18747

34321

18102.**

18103.**

18104.**

18494

26486

18747

34321

18106.**

18119.**

18936

26486

18971

34321

18108.**

18109.**

18961

26482

18971

34321

18140.**

18141.**

18162.**

18163.**

-

-

18747

34321

4

Accessories

Description

Air Coupling

Socket for Hose

Lubro Control Unit

3/4" Drive Square

(fixing screw)

1” Drive Square

(fixing screw)

1 1/2” Drive

Square

(fixing screw)

3/4" Drive Shaft

(fixing pin)

1” Drive Shaft

(fixing pin)

Reaction Plate

[NOTE 1]

PTM-52

28933

16074

18544

(25351.30)

18545

(25351.30)

-

-

-

18298

PTM-72

28933

16074

18779

(25352.45)

18492

(25352.45)

-

-

-

Part Number

PTM-92 PTM-119

28933 28933

16074 16074

- -

18934

(25352.60)

18935

(25352.60)

-

18959

(25352.80)

-

-

-

-

18298 - -

Reaction Adaptor

[NOTE 1]

18558 18290 - -

-

-

Single-Sided

Reaction Plate

18576 18292 18979 16687 -

Double-Sided

Reaction Plate

18590 18293 18980 18981 -

Silencer 18591 18591 18591 18591 18591

6” Blade Nose

Extension

(3/4”)

18594.006

(1”)

18755.006

- - -

9” Blade Nose

Extension

12” Blade Nose

Extension

9” Nose Extension for Truck & Bus

Wheels

12” Nose

Extension for

Truck & Bus

Wheels

(3/4”)

18594.009

(3/4”)

18594.012

-

-

(1”)

18755.009

(1”)

18755.012

(3/4”)

19087.009

(1”)

19089.009

(3/4”)

19087.012

(1”)

19089.012

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NOTE 1: Requires both the ‘Reaction Bar’ and ‘Reaction Adaptor’ to be used together.

PTME-72 TrukTorque

28933 28933

16074

-

16074

-

- -

-

77112.2

(26287)

18802

(26287)

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

18591

-

-

-

-

-

5

FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS

Twin Motor

The tools use two motors; one to quickly run-down the fastener and the other to achieve final torque.

Trigger

The trigger controls the flow of air. The more the trigger is pressed the more air flows into the tool. This allows for slow positioning of socket and reaction bar. Once positioning is complete, the trigger must be fully pressed for correct torque application.

Clockwise/Counter-Clockwise Selector

Tools fitted with this option can be used for tightening counter-clockwise threaded fasteners and for releasing clockwise threaded fasteners.

Reaction Bar

The reaction bar ensures all reaction forces are contained, so that torque reaction is not passed back to the operator. Several reaction bar styles are available, including the PTME / Nose Extension reaction where tool access is restricted including applications on wheel nuts on heavy vehicles.

Non-Impacting

Low vibration levels make these tools comfortable and safe for the operator to use. In addition there is less damage to the tool, socket and threaded assembly.

Replaceable Drive Square

To avoid internal damage to the tool (especially due to torque overload), the output drive square has been designed to shear first. Pneutorque

® tools are fitted with a drive square that can easily be replaced; alternative drive square sizes are also available.

Hanger

The hanger can be used to suspend the Pneutorque

®

from a balancer.

Quick Tool Coupling

Air couplings supplied to allow quick tool connection and disconnection from the air hose.

6

SET UP INSTRUCTIONS

The Pneutorque

®

set up covers the following items:

1. Pneutorque

®

Hanger

2. Connecting Air Supply

3. Air Lubrication

4. Torque Reaction

5. Clockwise / Counter Clockwise Operation

6. Setting torque to tighten fastener

Please complete the set up in the order shown.

Pneutorque

®

Hanger

The Pneutorque

®

hanger (Figure 1-E) is designed to be used with a suitable balancer to provided comfortable tool use. If not required the hanger can be removed.

Connecting Air Supply

WARNING: TO AVOID HAZARD FROM WHIPPING AIR HOSES MAKE ALL

CONNECTIONS TO THE TOOL BEFORE TURNING ON THE AIR SUPPLY.

Make sure all hoses are clean, in good condition and free from dirt / water.

Connect the tool air inlet hose (Figure 1-A) to the outlet side of the lubro control unit (Figure 1-B) (not supplied), observing air flow direction arrows.

TIP:

On tools supplied with quick air couplings, fit the coupling plug to the tool inlet and the coupling socket to air hose.

To connect, push couplings together.

To disconnect, pull back lock on socket coupling.

Connect the inlet side of the lubro control unit (Figure 1-B) to the air supply (Figure 1-C) using a minimum hose size of 1/2” bore (12mm). Avoid using 1/2” bore hoses of longer than 5 meters from the supply to the pressure regulator unit as this will reduce the performance of the tool.

Turn on air supply and check for air leaks.

E

C

D

B

FIGURE 1 – Connections

A

7

Air Lubrication

The tool must be used with oil lubrication in the supplied air. This is achieved by using a Lubro Control Unit

(not supplied).

Set the air lubrication: a. Fill Lubro Control Unit with hydraulic oil (Shell Tellus S2M 32 or equivalent good quality hydraulic oil). b. Ensure the tool drive is free to rotate. c. Run the tool by pressing the trigger. d. Adjust Lubro Control Unit to supply 6 drops of oil per minute. e. Release trigger.

See Lubro Control Unit Operator’s Manual for more details.

Torque Reaction

The reaction bar ensures all reaction forces are contained, so torque reaction is not passed back to the operator. Several reaction bar styles are available.

Fit reaction bar as detailed below:

Tool Type Fitting Instructions Reaction Bar Type

Cranked reaction bar (standard)

Single sided reaction plate (option)

Double sided reaction plate (option)

Fit reaction bar / plate (Figure 1-D) over the drive square to engage reaction splines

Secure with circlip supplied

Fit as instructions supplied with nose extension

PTM

Nose Extension (option)

Nose Extension (standard)

Nose Extension (standard)

Factory fitted, not removable

Factory fitted, not removable

PTME

TrukTorque

8

It is essential the reaction bar rests squarely against a solid object or surface adjacent to the fastener to be tightened. The contact area must be within the shaded area of Figure 2, with the contact area as large as possible.

Extra Length Socket Standard Length Socket

Torque Reaction should be taken in the shaded areas only

FIGURE 2 – Safe Reaction Window

WARNING: CARE MUST BE TAKEN TO ENSURE THAT THE REACTION BAR IS ONLY

USED WITHIN THE LIMITATIONS SHOWN IN FIGURE 2.

For special applications or where extra deep sockets must be used the standard bar may be extended but only within the limitations shown on Figure 2. Alternative reaction bars are available, see page 5.

WARNING: FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE LIMITATIONS SHOWN IN FIGURE 2 WHEN

MODIFYING STANDARD REACTION BARS MAY RESULT IN PREMATURE

WEAR OR DAMAGE TO THE TOOL.

Standard drive square extensions MUST NOT be used as these will cause serious damage to the tool output drive. A range of nose extensions is available for applications where access is restricted. These are designed to support the final drive correctly.

The dimensions of the standard reaction bars is shown in the following table:

Reaction Bars (Standard) Tool ‘L’ ‘A’ ‘B’ ‘W’ ‘SQ’

PTM-52 60 131 71 35 3/4”

PTM-72 75 165 91 48

Reaction Bars (PTME)

PTM-92

PTM-119

98.5

127

‘L’

205

199

‘A’

115

65

‘B’

50

55

‘W’

1”

1”

1 1/2"

1 1/2"

‘SQ’ Tool

PTME-72

(1000 N·m)

80.5 110 63 12 3/4"

PTME-72

(2000 N·m)

51.5 110 62 16 1”

9

Reaction Bars (TrukTorque

& Nose

Extension for Truck & Bus Wheels)

Tool L A B C ØD ØE SQ

TrukTorque

1000 N·m

98 47 132.5 29 52 38 3/4"

TrukTorque

1350 N·m

98 47 132.5 29 52 38 1”

Pneutorque

Type

®

Clockwise

When the Pneutorque

®

is in operation the reaction bar rotates in the opposite direction to the output drive square and must be allowed to rest squarely against a solid object or surface adjacent to the fastener to be tightened. (See Figure 3).

Torque Reaction

Counter-Clockwise

(Bi-Directional Tools Only)

Example of

PTM tool

10

Example of

PTM tool with nose extension for truck & bus wheel option,

PTME tool or

TrukTorque

FIGURE 3(a)

FIGURE 3(c)

FIGURE 3(b)

FIGURE 3(d)

WARNING: ALWAYS KEEP HANDS CLEAR OF THE REACTION BAR WHEN

THE TOOL IS IN USE OR SERIOUS INJURY MAY RESULT.

Clockwise/Counter-Clockwise Operation

Set clockwise / counter-clockwise as required.

NOTE: This setting only applies to bi-directional tools.

FIGURE 4(a)Clockwise

(Arrow towards drive square

)

FIGURE 4(b)Counter - Clockwise

(Arrow away from drive square)

WARNING: FAILURE TO FULLY ENGAGE THE CLOCKWISE/COUNTER-CLOCKWISE

OPERATION SELECTOR WILL RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THIS PART OF

THE GEARBOX.

Setting Torque to Tighten Fastener

The torque created by the Pneutorque

Set the torque output as follows:-

®

depends on the air pressure setting. All tools are supplied with an Air

Pressure Graph that gives the air pressure required to produce the correct torque output.

1. Use the Air Pressure Graph (supplied) to find the air pressure to achieve the required torque.

2. With the tool running, adjust the Lubro Control Unit until the correct air pressure is shown on the gauge.

IMPORTANT: THE WRENCH MUST BE FREE RUNNING WHILE ADJUSTING THE AIR PRESSURE

TO GIVE THE CORRECT SETTING.

IMPORTANT: CHECK THAT THE LUBRO CONTROL UNIT IS SUPPLYING APPROXIMATELY SIX

DROPS OF OIL PER MINUTE WHILE THE TOOL IS FREE RUNNING.

11

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

WARNING: KEEP HANDS CLEAR OF THE REACTION BAR.

WARNING: WHEN USING THIS TOOL IT MUST BE SUPPORTED AT ALL TIMES IN

ORDER TO PREVENT UNEXPECTED RELEASE IN THE EVENT OF

FASTENER OR COMPONENT FAILURE.

Tightening

1. Fit Pneutorque

®

with the correct size impact or high quality socket to suit fastener.

TIP: For added safety it is recommended to secure the socket to the square drive.

This is often achieved using a pin and O ring, see socket manufacturer for guidance.

2. Ensure the Clockwise/Counter-clockwise selector is correctly set (if fitted).

3. Rotate the handle into a convenient position relative to the reaction bar. Fit the tool onto the fastener to be tightened with the reaction bar adjacent to the reaction point. See Figure 5.

4. Adopt a suitable posture to counteract normal or unexpected movement of the tool due to reaction forces.

5. Squeeze the trigger partially to bring the reaction bar into contact with the reaction point.

6. Fully press trigger and keep fully pressed until tool stalls then release trigger.

If the trigger is not fully pressed full torque will not be applied to the fastener.

7. Remove the tool from the fastener.

FIGURE 5

12

Releasing

NOTE: Only for bi-directional tools.

1. Fit the Pneutorque

® with the correct size impact or high quality socket to suit the fastener to be released.

TIP: For added safety it is recommended to secure the socket to the square drive.

This is often achieved using a pin and O ring, see socket manufacturer for guidance.

2. Ensure the clockwise/counter-clockwise selector is correctly set.

3. Rotate the handle into a convenient position relative to the reaction bar. Fit the tool onto the fastener to be released with the reaction bar adjacent to the reaction point. See Figure 6.

4. Adopt a suitable posture to counteract normal or unexpected movement of the tool due to reaction forces.

5. Squeeze the trigger partially to bring the reaction bar into contact with the reaction point.

6. Fully press trigger and keep fully pressed until threaded fastener releases.

TIP: If unable to release the fastener, increase the air pressure to the tool. Do not exceed the maximum air pressure for the tool.

WARNING: EXCEEDING THE MAXIMUM AIR PRESSURE WILL CAUSE OVERLOADING

AND MAY LEAD TO SERIOUS DAMAGE.

WARNING: CHANGING THE AIR PRESSURE AFTER SETTING THE PRESSURE

REGULATOR WILL CHANGE THE STALL TORQUE VALUE.

FIGURE 6

13

MAINTENANCE

For optimum performance and safety, regular tool maintenance is required. The user maintenance is limited to the replacement of the drive square and the silencer. Any other maintenance or repairs should be carried out by Norbar or a Norbar distributor. Maintenance intervals will depend on the tool usage and the environment in which it is being used. The maximum recommended maintenance and recalibration interval is

12 months.

TIP: Steps the user can take to reduce the amount of maintenance required include:

1. Use the tool in a clean environment.

2. Use an air compressor fitted with a dryer.

3. Ensure the Lubro Control Unit has sufficient hydraulic oil.

4. Ensure the Lubro Control Unit delivers hydraulic oil at the correct rate.

5. Ensure the Lubro Control Unit is regularly maintained, see product manual.

6. Maintain the correct torque reaction.

Air Lubrication

Add Shell Tellus S2M 32 or equivalent good quality hydraulic oil to the Lubro Control Unit.

Gearbox

Under normal operating conditions it is not necessary to re-grease the gearbox. The gearbox contains

Lubcon Turmogrease Li 802 EP or equivalent good quality grease.

Silencer

The silencer (part number 18591) must be changed every 12 months. This may be more frequent for high tool usage or dirty environments.

TIP: Change silencer with tool upside down, as shown, to ensure internal parts (spring and valve) are kept in place.

1. Remove M4 screw (A) (part number 25381.10) using a 2.5mm hexagon key.

2. Remove pin (B) (part number 26284) using a pin punch.

3. Pull out air inlet tube (D) with base plate & silencer.

4. Remove silencer (E) from air inlet tube.

5. Fit new silencer (part number 18591) over air inlet tube.

6. Fit air inlet tube assembly (C, D & E) into handle against spring resistance.

7. Fit pin (B) with a hammer.

8. Fit screw (A) and torque to 0.5 N·m. Do not over tighten this screw as it is likely to break the base plate moulding.

TIP: When refitting air inlet tube assembly into handle care should be taken to ensure correct alignment between air inlet tube and spring. It may be easier to fit the spring into air inlet tube first and secure with a small amount of grease.

A

C

E

D

B

FIGURE 7 – Silencer Replacement

14

Drive Square

To avoid internal damage (especially due to torque overload), the output drive square has been designed to shear first. This saves major internal damage and allows easy square removal. For drive square part numbers see page 5.

To replace drive square:

FIGURE 8 – Square Drive Replacement

1. Remove the air supply.

2. Support tool in a horizontal position.

3. Remove the screw or spring pin, then remove drive square.

If the square has sheared it may be necessary to use pliers to remove the broken parts.

4. Fit new drive square.

5. Fit new screw and tighten between 4 N·m to 5 N·m (for PTM52) or 8 N·m to 9 N·m (for PTM72/92/119) or insert new spring pin.

6. Connect air supply.

TIP: If the drive square fails continually then seek advice from Norbar or a Norbar distributor.

Calibration

To maintain the Pneutorque

®

accuracy it is recommended the tool is recalibrated at least every 12 months.

Contact Norbar or a Norbar distributor for more information.

Cleaning

Keep the tool in a clean condition to aid safety. Do not use abrasives or solvent based cleaners.

Disposal

Recycling Considerations:

Component

Handle

Gearbox (Clockwise / Counter-Clockwise)

Gearbox (52mm / 72mm / 92mm / 119mm)

Reaction Bar

Material

Aluminium Case / Steel Internals

Aluminium Case / Steel Internals

Steel with Nickel Plated Case / Steel Internals

PTM-52 is Steel / PTM-72 is Aluminium

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18100.***

18101.***

18102.***

18103.***

18104.***

18106.***

18119.***

18108.***

18109.***

18140.***

18141.***

18162.***

18163.***

SPECIFICATIONS

Part Number

18100.***

18101.***

18102.*** / 18140.*** /

18162.***

18103.*** / 18163.***

18104.*** / 18141.**

18106.***

18119.***

18108.***

18109.***

Minimum

100 N·m (74 lbf·ft)

160 N·m (118 lbf·ft)

Torque

Maximum

500 N·m (370 lbf·ft)

800 N·m (590 lbf·ft)

200 N·m (147 lbf·ft)

270 N·m (200 lbf·ft)

400 N·m (295 lbf·ft)

540 N·m (400 lbf·ft)

800 N·m (590 lbf·ft)

900 N·m (660 lbf·ft)

1200 N·m (885 lbf·ft)

1000 N·m (738 lbf·ft)

1350 N·m (1000 lbf·ft)

2000 N·m (1475 lbf·ft)

2700 N·m (2000 lbf·ft)

4000 N·m (2950 lbf·ft)

4500 N·m (3300 lbf·ft)

6000 N·m (4425 lbf·ft)

Part

Number

H

318

318

318

318

318

318

318

318

318

318

318

318

318

Tool Speed

224 rev/min

148 rev/min

122 rev/min

86 rev/min

58 rev/min

46 rev/min

32 rev/min

23 rev/min

15.5 rev/min

W

Dimensions (mm)

R

119

119

82

82

82

82

82

82

85.7

85.7

85.7

92

92

60

60

75

75

75

98.5

98.5

127

127

51.5

51.5

82

82

L

Tool Weight (kg)

*****.F** *****.B** *****.F** *****.B**

284

284

316

316

349

375

375

407

407

435

457

-

-

333

333

365

365

398

424

424

456

456

484

506

532

532

3.8

3.8

5.8

5.8

6.2

8.2

8.2

13

13

6.9

7.4

-

-

4.1

4.1

6.1

6.1

6.5

8.5

8.5

13.3

13.3

7.2

7.7

9.4

9.5

Reaction

Weight

(kg)

0.85

0.85

0.7

0.7

0.7

1.35

1.35

2.1

2.1

-

-

-

-

FIGURE 9 – Tool Dimensions

16

Repeatability:

Air Supply:

± 5%

Maximum pressure 6.3 bar (For maximum output speed).

Lubrication:

Temperature Range:

Shell Tellus S2M 32 recommended for the Lubro Control Unit.

0°C to +50°C (operating). -20°C to +60°C (storage).

Operating Humidity:

Handle Vibration:

85% Relative Humidity @30°C maximum.

< 2.5 m/s

2

Maximum. Tested in accordance with ISO 8662-7 Hand held portable tools. Measurement of vibrations at the handle.

Sound Pressure Level: 84 dBA measured at 1m equivalent continuous A weighted sound.

Tested to BS ISO 3744: 1994 Acoustics. Determination of sound power levels of noise sources using sound pressure. Engineering method in an essentially free field over a reflecting plane.

Test conducted in free running condition with a supply pressure of 6.3 bar.

Environment:

Machinery Directive:

Store in a clean & dry environment.

In conformance with: BSEN 792-6:2000 Hand-held non-electric power tools.

Safety requirements. Assembly power tools for threaded fasteners.

Due to continuous improvement all specifications are subject to change without prior notice.

NOTE: If equipment is used in a manner not specified by the manufacturer, the protection provided by the equipment could be impaired.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING

The following is only a guide, for more complex faults please contact Norbar or a Norbar distributor.

Problem

Tool output does not rotate when trigger pressed

Likely Solutions

Check air supply is functioning and connected

Check air pressure setting (at least 1 bar)

Check correct setting of direction knob

Output drive square sheared, needs replacing

Gear train or air motor is damaged

Drive square is sheared See maintenance section to replace drive square

Tool does not stall

Fastener sheared or thread stripped

Gear train or air motor is damaged

GLOSSARY OF TERMS

Word or Term

A/F

Air pressure Graph

Bi-directional

Meaning

Across Flats

Graph supplied with all stall tools to show the air pressure setting to produce required torque

Tool capable of Clockwise and Counter-clockwise square rotation

Calibration Device

Fastener

Lubro Control Unit

Nose Extension

Torque measurement system to display peak torque using a joint simulator or test fastener

Bolt or stud to be tightened

Unit to provide filtering and lubrication along with pressure regulation. Not supplied with tool

A reaction type used where tool access is restricted, typical examples on wheel nuts on heavy vehicles. Available as an option for PTM tools or integral for PTME tools

Pneutorque

®

Product name

PTM

PTME

Reaction Bar

Stall Tool

TrukTorque

Pneutorque

Pneutorque

®

Twin Motor

®

Twin Motor with fixed nose extension

Item to counteract applied torque. Also called reaction plate

Tool will stall due to air pressure set.

Pneutorque

®

Twin Motor with fixed nose extension, designed for truck and bus wheel nuts

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NOTES

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NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS LTD

Beaumont Road, Banbury,

Oxfordshire, OX16 1XJ

UNITED KINGDOM

Tel + 44 (0)1295 270333

Email [email protected]

NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS PTY LTD

45

–47 Raglan Avenue, Edwardstown,

SA 5039

AUSTRALIA

Tel + 61 (0)8 8292 9777

Email [email protected]

NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS INC

36400 Biltmore Place, Willoughby,

Ohio, 44094

USA

Tel + 1 866 667 2279

Email [email protected]

NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS (NZ) LTD

B3/269A Mt Smart Road

Onehunga, Auckland 1061

NEW ZEALAND

Tel + 64 9579 8653

Email [email protected]

NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS PTE LTD

194 Pandan Loop

#07-20 Pantech Business Hub

SINGAPORE 128383

Tel + 65 6841 1371

Email [email protected]

NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS (SHANGHAI) LTD

E Building

–5F, no. 1618 Yishan Road,

Minhang District, Shanghai

CHINA 201103

Tel + 86 21 6145 0368

Email [email protected]

NORBAR TORQUE TOOLS INDIA PVT. LTD

Plot No A-168, Khairne Industrial Area,

Thane Belapur Road, Mahape,

Navi Mumbai

– 400 709

INDIA

Tel + 91 22 2778 8480

Email [email protected]

www.norbar.com

© Norbar Torque Tools Ltd 2007

OPERATOR

’S MANUAL

PNEUTORQUE

®

PTM, PTME, TRUKTORQUE

SERIES

STALL TOOLS

Part Number 34321 | Issue 5 | Original Instructions (English)

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