DS Series - Apex Tool Group

DS Series - Apex Tool Group
Parts Manual
823224
12/19/2013
DS Series
Portable Pneumatic Squeezer
Tool Series
DS = Portable Squeezer
Type
DS
-
X
XX
-
XX
A = Alligator Jaw
C = "C" Yoke
Maximum Force - Pounds
28 = 2800
44 = 4400
Reach
20 = 2.0 inches
24 = 2.4 inches
For additional product information visit our website at http://www.apextoolgroup.com
Safety Recommendations
For your safety and the safety of others, read and understand the
safety recommendations and operating instructions before operating any power tool with this balance arm.
!
WARNING
Always wear protective equipment:
!
WARNING
Impact resistant eye protection
must be worn while operating
or working near this tool.
For additional information on eye protection and face protection,
refer to Federal OSHA Regulations, 29 Code of Federal Regulations, Section 1910.133., Eye and Face Protection, and American
National Standards Institute, ANSI Z87.1, Occupational and Educational Eye and Face Protection. Z87.1 is available from the American
National Standards Institute, Inc., 11 West 42nd Street, New York,
NY 10036.
Keep hands and fingers away
from jaws or pinch points that
will entrap hands or fingers.
Keep hands and fingers away from pinch points or any placements
of squeezer that will entrap hands or fingers.
!
!
CAUTION
Personal hearing protection is
recommended when operating
or working near this tool.
Hearing protection is recommended in high noise areas 85 dBA or
greater. The operation of other tools and equipment in the area,
reflective surfaces, process noises and resonant structures can
substantially contribute to, and increase the noise level in the area.
Excessive air pressure above 90 PSIG or worn motor components
can also increase sound level emitted by tool. Proper hearing
conservation measures, including annual audiograms and training
in the use and fit of hearing protection devices may be necessary.
For additional information on hearing protection, refer to Federal
Regulations, Section 1910.95, Occupational Noise Exposure, and
American National Standards Institute, ANSI S12.6, Hearing Protectors.
CAUTION
Before any tool is used, check the throttle (if so equipped) for proper
operation (i. e., throttle moves freely and returns to closed position).
Being careful not to endanger adjacent personnel, clear an air hose
of accumulated dust and moisture. Before connecting a tool to an air
supply or removing a tool from service, make sure the air line is shut
off and drained of air. This will prevent the tool from operating if the
throttle is accidently engaged.
!
WARNING
Repetitive work motions and/or vibration
may cause injury to hands and arms.
Use minimum hand grip force consistent
with proper control and safe operation.
Keep body and hands warm and dry.
Avoid anything that inhibits blood circulation.
Avoid continuous vibration exposure.
Keep wrists straight.
Avoid repeated bending of wrists and hands.
Some individuals may be susceptible to disorders of the hands and
arms when performing tasks consisting of highly repetitive motions
and/or exposure to extended vibration. Cumulative trauma disorders
such as carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis may be caused or
aggravated by repetitious, forceful exertions of the hands and arms.
Vibration may contribute to a condition called Raynaud's Syndrome.
These disorders develop gradually over periods of weeks, months,
and years. It is presently unknown to what extent exposure to
vibrations or repetitive motions may contribute to the disorders.
Hereditary factors, vasculatory or circulatory problems, exposure to
cold and dampness, diet, smoking and work practices are thought to
contribute to the conditions.
2
Safety Recommendations
Any tool operator should be aware of the following warning signs and
symptoms so that a problem can be addressed before it becomes a
debilitating injury. Any user suffering prolonged symptoms of
tingling, numbness, blanching of fingers, clumsiness or weakened
grip, nocturnal pain in the hand, or any other disorder of the
shoulders, arms, wrists, or fingers is advised to consult a physician.
If it is determined that the symptoms are job related or aggravated
by movements and postures dictated by the job design, it may be
necessary for the employer to take steps to prevent further occurrences. These steps might include, but are not limited to, repositioning the workpiece or redesigning the workstation, reassigning workers to other jobs, rotating jobs, changing work pace, and/or changing
the type of tool used so as to minimize stress on the operator. Some
tasks may require more than one type of tool to obtain the optimum
operator/tool/task relationship.
The following suggestions will help reduce or moderate the effects
of repetitive work motions and/or extended vibration exposure:
Extension
OK
Neutral
Avoid
Flexion
Avoid
Radial Deviation
Avoid
OK
Neutral
Ulnar Deviation
• Tasks should be performed in such a manner
that the wrists are maintained in a neutral position, which is not flexed, hyperextended,
or turned side to side.
• Stressful postures should be avoided — select
a tool appropriate for the job and work location
• Avoid highly repetitive movements of hands
and wrists, and continuous vibration exposure
(after each period of operation, exercise to
increase blood circulation)
• Keep tool well maintained and replace worn
parts
For more information on the safe use of portable air tools, see the
latest edition of ANSI B186.1, Safety Code for Portable Air Tools,
available from the American National Standards Institire, Inc. 11
West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036.
This information is a compilation of general safety practices obtained
from various sources available at the date of production. However,
our company does not represent that every acceptable safety
practice is offered herein, or that abnormal or unusual circumstances may not warrant or require additional procedures. Your work
may require additional specific safety procedures. Follow these
procedures as required by your company.
• Use a minimum hand grip force consistent with
proper control and safe operation
• Keep body and hands warm and dry (cold
weather is reported to be a major factor contributing to Raynaud's Syndrome)
• Avoid anything that inhibits blood circulation
—Smoking Tobacco (another contributing
factor)
—Cold Temperatures
—Certain Drugs
Avoid
Work gloves with vibration reducing liners and wrist supports are
available from some manufacturers of industrial work gloves. Tool
wraps and grips are also available from a number of different
manufacturers. These gloves, wraps, and wrist supports are designed to reduce and moderate the effects of extended vibration
exposure and repetitive wrist trauma. Since they vary widely in
design, material, thickness, vibration reduction, and wrist support
qualities, it is recommended that the glove, tool wrap, or wrist support
manufacturer be consulted for items designed for your specific
application. WARNING! Proper fit of gloves is important. Improperly fitted gloves may restrict blood flow to the fingers and can
substantially reduce grip strength.
Warning Labels
The warning labels found on these tools are an essential part of this
product. Labels should not be removed. Labels should be checked
periodically for ligibility. Replace warning labels when missing or
when the information can no longer be read. Replacement labels
can be ordered as any spare part.
The air compression riveter model 44 develops a squeezing force
of 4400 pounds and the 28 develops 2800 pounds when it is operated with an air pressure of 90 PSI. The dimensions of the jaw have
been designed to ensure the users safety. Changes in the jaw (by
grinding or any other machining process) should not be made. If an
unauthorised change is made, the manufacturer will be released
from its products liabilfty. To ensure product safety, no changes or
modifications should be made from its product liabilfty. The same is
true if the compression riveter is used with higher than specified air
pressure.
3
OPERATION
TROUBLESHOOTING
The rivet squeezers operate on 90psig (6.2bar) compressed
air supply using a 1/4" hose 8' in length and if additional
hose is needed the next size larger should be connected to
the 1/4" hose.
The squeeze is not correct:
• Wrong adjustment
• Check the distance between the rivet sets (often to small)
It is recommended to use oiled air in order to increase seals
and pistons lifetime. A lubricator regulating filter should be
supplied to the installation.
• Adjust the rivet sets
The squeezing force is too weak:
•This riveter is equipped with a two pneumatic pistons cylinder, pushing a roller bearing by means of a wedge.
• Check the air pressure
•When pushing the lever (push and turn), air pressure is
directed to the two rear chambers of the two pistons through
the valve.
• Check the rivet set adjustment
•The wedge at the end of the piston is a two angle shape
so:
The tool does not work:
• Check the condition of the wedge
• Take the valve flap apart
•At the end of the stroke, the moving jaw moves
quickly (quick feed maximum force).
•At the end of the stroke, the moving jaw moves
slowly (working feed maximum force).
•The rivet squeezer must be adjusted so that the maximum
squeezing force takes place at the end of the cylinder stroke
(see adjustment section).
Releasing the lever will automatically send both pistons back
for to their starting positions - The holder comes back to
home position by spring.
As described above, the maximum riveting force being at
the end of the pistons stroke, the holder final position must
be checked at the end of this stroke.
Because these squeezers are to be used on sheet metal of
various thickness, the holder is equipped with a knob adjustment to take care of this.
Adjust holder so clearance between the two rivet sets meets
the riveting thickness (flush head or cupped set). In that
position, the riveter delivers the maximum force.
•To adjust the squeezer, it is recommended to use a sample
piece of sheet metal.
•The above steps must be followed to adjust the machine
to avoid damage to the tools - the manufacturer can not be
held responsible for damage caused to the tool by not following the above instructions.
4
• Check the valve seals
• Check the pistons seals
RIVET SQUEEZER SETS
DS 400
For countersink rivets
Part No.
70-2205
70-2220
70-2240
70-2405
70-2420
70-2440
70-2505
70-2520
70-2540
70-2605
70-2620
70-2640
Part Description
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Dimensions
(DS400 .354d X .157L)
(DS400 .354d X .275L)
(DS400 .354d X .393L)
(DS400 .393d X .157L)
(DS400 .393d X .275L)
(DS400 .393d X .393L)
(DS400 .472d X .157L)
(DS400 .472d X .275L)
(DS400 .472d X .393L)
(DS400 .630d X .157L)
(DS400 .630d X .275L)
(DS400 .630d X .393L)
DS 401
For universal head type rivets
Part No.
71-2105
71-2120
71-2140
71-2205
71-2220
71-2240
71-2405
71-2420
71-2440
71-2505
71-2520
71-2540
Part Description
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Set, Rivet Squeezer
Dimensions
(DS401 .275d X .157L)
(DS401 .275d X .275L)
(DS401 .275d X .393L)
(DS401 .354d X .157L)
(DS401 .354d X .275L)
(DS401 .354d X .393L)
(DS401 .393d X .157L)
(DS401 .393d X .275L)
(DS401 .393d X .393L)
(DS401 .472d X .157L)
(DS401 .472d X .275L)
(DS401 .472d X .393L)
5
DS-A44-24, DS-A28-24, DS-C44-20 & DS-C28-20
DS-A44-24
&
DS-C44-20
DS-A44-24
DS-A28-24
DS-C44-20
DS-C28-20
NOTE: The stroke limit screw and the nut is packaged separately with the squeezer. It is used to
limit the piston stroke. The screw and gasket are regularly assembled with the squeezer on the
cylinder head. In order to use the limit stroke screw, the screw and gasket should be removed
(customer's choice). Refer to drawings for more information and part numbers.
6
DS-A44-24
7
DS-A44-24
8
Part No.
Part Description
70-1000
70-1001
70-1071
70-1072
70-1004
70-1111
70-1006
70-1007
70-1008
70-1009
70-1010
70-1011
70-1012
70-1013
70-1014
70-1015
70-1016
70-1017
70-1018
70-1019
70-1021
70-1023
70-1024
70-1025
70-1026
70-1027
70-1028
plate
seal
spring
spring
piston assembly
shaft
fork
wedge
screw
guard
circlips
shaft
shaft
roller bearing
needle
roller bearing
pin
spring
nut
snap holder for 3/16" dia.
moving jaw 3/16" dia".
stationary jaw
cylinder
rivet
identification tag
screw
lever
Item Qty.
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
48
47
46
45
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
2
2
84
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
Part No.
70-1029
70-1030
70-1031
70-1032
70-1033
70-1110
70-1038
70-1039
70-1040
70-1041
70-1042
70-1043
70-1044
70-1045
70-1046
70-1047
70-1048
70-1049
70-1109
70-1107
70-1095
70-1099
SW102
Part Description
spring
lever
screw
gasket
seal
inlet bushing
spring
"O"-ring
valve assy.
bushing
cylinder head
nut
piston
shaft
"O"-ring
"O"-ring
spacer
retaining ring
stroke limit screw (Optional)
nut (Optional)
gasket
screw
swivel inlet (not shown)
Item Qty.
44
43
42
41
40
38
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
52
51
49
50
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
DS-C44-20
9
DS-C44-20
Part No.
70-1111
70-1006
70-1112
70-1031
70-1050
70-1051
70-1053
70-1043
70-1054
70-1055
70-1056
70-1012
70-1013
70-1014
70-1015
70-1058
70-1059
70-1060
70-1061
70-1062
70-1064
70-1065
70-1066
70-1067
70-1068
70-1070
70-1025
70-1026
70-1027
10
Part Description
shaft
fork
wedge
screw
guard
shaft
spacer
nut
screw
circlips
shaft
shaft
roller bearing
needle
roller bearing
lever
right plate
left plate
set
set holder
spring
washer
knurled knob
spring
"C" yoke for 3/16" dia.
cylinder
rivet
identification tag
screw
Item Qty.
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
59
53
52
1
1
1
7
1
1
1
3
2
2
1
3
2
84
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
Part No.
70-1028
70-1029
70-1030
70-1032
70-1033
70-1110
70-1038
70-1039
70-1040
70-1041
70-1042
70-1044
70-1045
70-1046
70-1047
70-1048
70-1049
70-1000
70-1001
70-1071
70-1072
70-1004
70-1109
70-1107
70-1099
70-1095
70-1069
SW102
Part Description
lever
spring
lever
gasket
seal
inlet bushing
spring
"O"-ring
valve assy.
bushing
cylinder head
piston
shaft
"O"-ring
"O"-ring
spacer
retaining ring
plate
seat
spring
spring
piston assembly
stroke limit screw (Optional)
nut (Optional)
screw
gasket
pin
swivel inlet (not shown)
Item
Qty.
51
50
49
48
47
45
42
41
40
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
58
57
56
55
54
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
DS-C28-20
11
DS-C28-20
Part No.
70-1079
70-1080
70-1043
70-1054
70-1055
70-1081
70-1082
70-1083
70-1084
70-1085
70-1086
70-1087
70-1088
70-1089
70-1090
70-1091
70-1092
70-1093
70-1094
70-1096
70-1097
70-1066
70-1067
70-1098
70-1100
70-1025
70-1026
12
Part Description
slide
guide
nut
nut
circlips
shaft
lever
screw
shaft
shaft
shaft
roller bearing
needle
roller bearing
lever
adapter
set
guide
set holder for 3/16" dia.
spring
washer
knurled knob
spring
"C" yoke for 3/16" dia.
cylinder
rivet
identification tag
Item Qty.
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
52
51
1
1
3
2
2
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
72
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
Part No.
70-1027
70-1078
70-1031
70-1032
70-1110
70-1033
70-1038
70-1039
70-1040
70-1041
70-1042
70-1000
70-1001
70-1077
70-1076
70-1004
70-1111
70-1006
70-1074
70-1073
70-1109
70-1107
70-1099
70-1095
70-1029
70-1028
SW102
Part Description
screw
lever
screw
gasket
inlet bushing
seal
spring
"O"-ring
valve assy.
bushing
cylinder head
plate
seal
spring
spring
piston assembly
shaft
fork
wedge
screw
stroke limit screw (Optional)
nut (Optional)
screw
gasket
spring
lever
swivel inlet (not shown)
Item Qty.
50
47
46
45
42
44
39
38
37
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
56
55
54
53
48
49
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
DS-A28-24
13
DS-A28-24
14
Part No.
Part Description
70-1004
70-1111
70-1006
70-1101
70-1008
70-1102
70-1055
70-1081
70-1012
70-1085
70-1104
70-1089
70-1052
70-1088
70-1105
70-1016
70-1017
70-1018
70-1106
70-1108
70-1075
70-1103
70-1025
70-1026
piston assembly
shaft
fork
wedge
screw
guard
circlips
shaft
shaft
shaft
plate
roller bearing
plate
needle
roller bearing
pin
spring
nut
snap holder for 3/16" dia.
moving jaw 3/16" dia.
stationary jaw
cylinder
rivet
identification tag
Item Qty.
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
09
08
07
06
05
04
03
02
01
45
44
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
1
1
4
2
2
76
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
Part No.
70-1027
70-1028
70-1029
70-1078
70-1031
70-1032
70-1033
70-1110
70-1038
70-1039
70-1040
70-1041
70-1042
70-1043
70-1000
70-1001
70-1002
70-1003
70-1109
70-1107
70-1095
70-1099
SW102
Part Description
screw
lever
spring
lever
screw
gasket
seal
inlet bushing
valve assy.
"O"-ring
valve assy.
bushing
cylinder head
nut
plate
seal
spring
spring
stroke limit screw (Optional)
nut (Optional)
gasket
screw
swivel inlet (not shown)
Item Qty.
43
42
41
40
39
38
37
35
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
49
48
46
47
1
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
Sales & Service Centers
Note: All locations may not service all products. Please contact the nearest Sales & Service Center for
the appropriate facility to handle your service requirements.
Detroit, Michigan
York, Pennsylvania
Houston, Texas
Brazil
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
2630 Superior Court
Auburn Hills, MI 48326
Tel: (248) 393-5640
Fax: (248) 391-6295
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
6550 West Sam Houston
Parkway North, Suite 200
Houston, TX 77041
Tel: (713) 849-2364
Fax: (713) 849-2047
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
3990 East Market Street
York, PA 17402
Tel: (717) 755-2933
Fax: (717) 757-5063
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
Av. Liberdade, 4055
Zona Industrial - Iporanga
18087-170 Sorocaba
SP Brazil
Tel: +55 15 2383929
Fax: +55 15 2383260
Lexington, South Carolina
Apex Tool Group
670 Industrial Drive
Lexington, SC 29072
Tel: (800) 845-5629
Tel: (803) 951-7544
Fax: (803) 358-7681
Los Angeles, California
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
6881 Stanton Avenue
Unit B
Buena Park, CA 90621
Tel: (714) 994-1491
Fax: (714) 994-9576
Seattle, Washington
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
2865 152nd Avenue N.E
Redmond, WA 98052
Tel: (425) 497-0476
Fax: (425) 497-0496
England
Apex Tool Group
GmbH & Co. OHG
C/O Spline Gauges
Piccadilly, Tamworth
Staffordshire B78 2ER
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 1827 8741 28
Fax: +44 1827 8741 28
France
Apex Tool Group S.N.C.
25 rue Maurice Chevalier
B.P. 28
77831 Ozoir-La-Ferrière
Cedex, France
Tel: +33 1 64 43 22 00
Fax: +33 1 64 43 17 17
Canada
Apex Tool Group
Sales & Service Center
7631 Bath Road
Mississauga
Ontario L4T 3T1
Canada
Tel: (866) 691-6212
Tel: (905) 673-4400
Germany
China
Hungary
Apex Power Tool Trading
(Shanghai) Co., Ltd
Building A8, No. 38
Dongsheng Road
Pudong, Shanghai
China 201201
Tel: +86-21-60880320
Fax: +86-21-60880313
Apex Tool Group, LLC
1000 Lufkin Road
Apex, NC 27539
Phone: 919-387-0099
Fax:
919-387-2614
www.apextoolgroup.com
823224/Printed in USA 12/2013/Copyright © Apex Tool Group, LLC
Apex Tool Group
GmbH & Co. OHG
Industriestraße 1
73463 Westhausen
Germany
Tel: +49 (0) 73 63 81 0
Fax: +49 (0) 73 63 81 222
Apex Tool Group
Hungaria Kft
Platànfa u.2
9027 Györ
Hungary
Tel: +36 96 66 1383
Fax: +36 96 66 1135
India
Apex Power Tools India
Private Limited
Gala No. 1, Plot No. 5
S. No. 234, 235 & 245
Indialand Global
Industrial Park
Taluka-Mulsi, Phase I
Hinjawadi, Pune 411057
Maharashtra, India
Tel: +91 20 66761111
Mexico
Apex Tool Group México
S. de R.L. de C.V.
Vialidad El Pueblito #103
Parque Industrial Querétaro
Querétaro, QRO 76220
Mexico
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