RedTredTM Eraser Disc Tool

RedTredTM Eraser Disc Tool
RedTred TM Eraser Disc Tool
Heavy-Duty
AUTOMOTIVE
Parts Page Reorder No. APD10•03
Effective March, 2010
Air Tool Manual – Safety, Operation and Maintenance
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Models:
10789 – 2,500 RPM
– 5/8"- 11 Spindle
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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
WARNING
Practice safety requirements. Work alert,
have proper attire, and do not operate tools under
the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Read and understand tool manual before
work starts to reduce risk of injury to
operator, visitors, and tool.
WARNING
WARNING
Ear protection to be worn when exposure to sound,
exceeds the limits of applicable Federal, State or
local statues, ordinances and/or regulations.
Eye protection must be worn at all times,
eye protection to conform to ANSI Z87.1.
WARNING
WARNING
Respiratory protection to be used when exposed to
contaminants that exceed the applicable threshold
limit values required by law.
Air line hazard, pressurized supply lines and flexible
hoses can cause serious injury. Do not use damaged,
frayed or deteriorated air hoses and fittings.
WARNING
Some dust created by sanding, grinding, drilling, and other construction activities contain chemicals known to cause cancer, birth
defects or other reproductive harm. Some examples of these chemicals are:
• Lead from lead-based paints
• Crystalline silica from bricks and cement and other masonry products
• Arsenic and chromium from chemically treated lumber
Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on how often you do this type of work. To reduce your exposure to these chemicals: work in a well
ventilated area, and work with approved safety equipment, such as those dust masks that are specially designed to filter out microscopic particles.
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 altered from the original design.
Tool Intent: RedTredTM Eraser Disc Tool uses eraser discs for erasing and removing tapes, adhesives, vinyl graphics, pin striping and decals without
harming the substrate.
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 performance.
• Employer's Responsibility – Provide RedTredTM Eraser Disc Tool operators with safety instructions and training for safe use of tool and accessories.
Accessory Selection:
Warning:
• Abrasive/accessory RPM (speed) rating MUST be approved for AT LEAST the tool RPM rating.
• DO NOT USE grinding wheels or cut-off wheels.
• ONLY USE Dynabrade Eraser Discs (P/N 92297).
• Before mounting an accessory, inspect for defects. Do not use defective accessories.
• 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
Warnings:
• Always wear eye protection. Operator of tool is responsible for following: accepted eye, face, respiratory, hearing and body protection.
• Working end of the air tool has potential hazard of cutting.
• Be sure that any loose clothing, hair and all jewelry is properly restrained.
• Tool RPM must never exceed abrasive/accessory RPM rating. Check accessory manufacturer for details on maximum operating speed or special
mounting instructions.
• Make sure that work area is uncluttered, and visitors are at a safe range from the tools and debris. Potentially explosive atmospheres can be caused
by dust and fumes resulting from work. Always use dust extraction or suppression systems which are suitable for the material being processed.
• Air tools are not intended for use in explosive atmospheres and are not insulated for contact with electric power sources.
• Work may generate hazardous dust.
• Ensure that sparks and debris resulting from work do not create a hazard.
• Completely press all six raised tabs on the eraser disc into the erase hub. Once in place fasten the flange nut using provided 96507 Pin Wrench to secure
the hub and eraser to the spindle.
Cautions:
• Hand, wrist and arm injury may result from repetitive work, motion and overexposure to vibration. A vibration level of 1.45(m/s^2) was established.
• After installing the accessory, before testing or use and/or after assembling tool, the RedTredTM Eraser Disc Tool 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.
• Release the throttle lever in case of an interruption of the energy supply.
Additional Information:
• Secure inlet bushing on air tool with a wrench before attempting to install the air fitting to avoid damaging housing assembly.
• BEFORE MOUNTING AN ACCESSORY, after all tool repairs and whenever a RedTredTM Eraser Disc Tool is issued for use, 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.
• 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).
• Keep hand and clothing away from working end of the air tool.
• Proceed with caution in unfamiliar surroundings. Hidden hazards may exist, such as electricity or other utility lines.
• 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.
• Disconnect tool from air supply when changing recommended accessories.
• This tool is rear exhaust. Exhaust may contain lubricants, vane material, bearing grease, and other materials flushed thru the tool.
Report to your supervisor any condition of the tool, accessories, or operation you consider unsafe.
Air System
Regulator
Filter
LUBRICATOR SETTING
1 DROP/MIN.
Lubricator
20 SCFM
Air Flow
➤
Closed Loop Pipe System
(Sloped in the direction of air flow)
➤
90 PSIG
(6.2 Bar)
To Tool Station
Regulator
Refrigerated
Air Dryer
Lubricator
➤
➤
Filter
Ball
Valve
➤
Drain
Valve
Drain
Valve
Air Hose
Ball
Valve
➤
• Dynabrade Air Power Tools are designed to
operate at 90 PSIG (6.2 Bar/620 kPa) maximum
air pressure at the tool inlet, when the tool is
running. Use recommended regulator to control
air pressure.
Air Flow
• Ideally the air supply should be free from moisture.
To facilitate removing moisture from the air supply,
the installation of a refrigerated air dryer after the
compressor and the use of drain valves at each
station is recommended.
Air Tool
2
90 PSIG MAX
(6.2 Bar)
Drain Valve
Air Compressor
and Receiver
Maintenance Instructions
Important: To keep tool safe a preventative maintenance program is recommended whenever portable power tools are used. The program should include
inspection of air supply lines, air line pressure, proper lubrication and repair of tools. Refer to ANSI B186.1 for additional maintenance information.
• 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: 10681 Air Filter-Regulator-Lubricator (FRL) – Provides accurate
air pressure regulation and two stage filtration of water contaminants.
• Apply 3 plunges of 95542 Grease through grease fitting located on side of angle head with 95541 Grease Gun after every 100 Hours of use.
• 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 the free speed of RedTredTM Eraser Disc Tool by using a tachometer on regular basis.
• BEFORE MOUNTING AN ACCESSORY, after all tool repairs and whenever a RedTredTM Eraser Disc Tool is issued for use, 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.
• 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 Motor Tune-Up Kit (P/N 98224) is available which includes high wear and medium wear motor parts.
• Air tool labels must be kept legible at all times, if not, reorder label(s) and replace. User is responsible for maintaining specification information i.e.:
Model #, S/N, and RPM. (See Assembly Breakdown)
• 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:
•
•
•
•
•
DO NOT rest tool on eraser disc or eraser hub.
Use of tool rests, hangers and/or balancers is recommended.
Protect tool inlet from debris (see Notice below).
DO NOT carry tool by air hose, or near the tool throttle lever.
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.
Machine Specifications
Model
Number
Motor
hp (W)
Motor
RPM
Pad Dia.
Inch (mm)
Sound
Level
Maximum Air Flow
SCFM (LPM)
Hose I.D. Size
Inch or (mm)
Air Inlet
Thread
Weight
Pound (kg)
Length
Inch (mm)
Height
Inch (mm)
10789
.7 (522)
2,500
4 (105)
77 dB(A)
27 (765)
3/8 or 10
1/4" NPT
5 (2.7)
12-1/2 (319)
4-1/4 (108)
Additional Specifications: Air Pressure 90 PSIG (6.2 Bar)
Sound Level is the pressure measurement according to the method outlined in ISO regulation ISO-15744
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.
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RedTred TM Eraser Disc Tool
Complete Assembly
Model:
10789
Index Key
Description
1
2
3
4
5
04127
92297
92298
97547
18564
Flange Nut
Eraser Disc
Eraser Disc Hub
Spacer
Spindle (5/8"-11)
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
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
18563
18562
18561
18560
18559
18902
18593
18557
18556
18555
18554
18552
18553
18551
18594
18568
18569
18570
18595
18571
18572
18573
18567
18574
18576
18577
18578
18579
18559
18580
18601
18581
18582
18583
18584
18585
18586
18587
18588
18589
18592
18590
18591
18616
Key
Retaining Ring
Bearing
Screw (4)
Washer (4)
Spindle Cap
Bevel Gear
Wave Washer
Retaining Ring
Bearing (3)
Spacer
Housing
Handle
Plug
Pinion Gear
Bearing
Front Bearing Plate
Blade (4/pkg.)
Rotor
Cylinder
Pin
Rear Bearing Plate
Retaining Ring
O-Ring
Gasket
Spacer
Gasket
Valve Housing
Washer (4)
Screw (4)
Grip
Valve Stem
Safety Throttle Lever
Pin
Valve Seat
Valve Pin
Valve
Valve Spring
Gasket
Exhaust Retainer
Exhaust Bushing
O-Ring
Inlet Bushing
Label
28
22
26
49
21
25
O1
15
19
29
23
15
27
20 G1
G1
24
17
16
T
35
36
18
N•m
75
10.
34
33
15
32
14
31
13
37
30
G1 12
38
11
O1
39
47
10
9
9 N•m
8
T
46
7
A6 6
43
5
42
45
T
44
41
40
4
3
2
KEY
O
Oil: O1 = Air Lube
A
Adhesive: A6 = Loctite #380
A8 = Loctite #567
T
Torque: N•m x 8.85 = In. - lbs.
G
Grease: G1 = Lubriplate 630 AA
Always follow adhesive manufacturers
cleaning and priming recommendations.
1
92295 Eraser Disc Hub Assembly
95049 - Hex Key Wrench (3/16 in.)
95281 - Open-End Wrench (19mm)
96507 - Pin Wrench
4
48
A8
17
N•
m
No. Part #
Assembly/Disassembly Instructions
Important: The Manufacturing Warranty is void if the tool is disassembled before the warranty expires by anyone other than a Dynabrade®
Approved Repair Technician. Notice: A 98224 Motor Tune-Up Kit is available. Also, the special repair tooling referred to in these instructions can be ordered
through your Dynabrade® Distributor. Please refer to this tool manual for correct part number identification.
Important: Always follow these steps before servicing any part of this air tool.
1. Shut off the air supply and then depress throttle lever to dissipate the remaining air.
2. Carefully disconnect the tool from the air supply hose.
Note: Use a wrench to hold the air tool inlet bushing stationary when removing the air supply connection.
Motor Disassembly:
1. Hold the 18552 Housing in a vise with bronze or aluminum jaws so that the 18579 Valve Housing is pointing up.
2. Pull the 18601 Grip off the 18579 Valve Housing. Note: A “Hot Air Gun” can be used to warm the 18601 Grip, making it more flexible.
3. Use the 95331 (4mm) Hex Key to remove the 18580 Screws (4), 18559 Washers (4), 18579 Housing, 18578 Gasket, 18577 Spacer, 18574 O-Ring
and 18576 Gasket.
4. Carefully slide the air motor out of the 18552 Housing. Note: A “Hot Air Gun” can be used to warm and expand the 18552 Housing.
5. Use the 96343 Retaining Ring Pliers to remove the 18567 Retaining Ring.
6. Fasten the 96346, (2") Bearing Separator carefully between the 18573 Rear Bearing Plate and the 18571 Cylinder and place the separator on the table
of the 96232, (#2) Arbor Press so that the 18594 Pinion Gear is pointing down.
7. Use a 3/16" dia. flat end drive punch as a press tool to push the 18595 Rotor out of the 18555 Bearing.
8. Use the 96213 Bearing Removal Tool and the arbor press to push the 18555 Bearing out of the 18573 Rear Bearing Plate.
9. Fasten the bearing separator around the flange of the 18594 Pinion Gear so that the flat side of the separator is against the 18568 Bearing. With a
downward motion, strike the flat side of the separator against the table of the arbor press several times. The 18568 Bearing will slide out of the 18569
Front Bearing Plate.
10. Use a 3/16" dia. flat end drive punch as a press tool and the arbor press to push the 18594 Pinion Gear out of the 18568 Bearing.
11. Use a 3/16" dia. flat end drive punch as a press tool and the arbor press to push the 18595 Rotor out of the front 18555 Bearing. Use the 96213 Bearing
Removal Tool and the arbor press to push the 18555 Bearing out of the 18569 Front Bearing Plate.
Motor Disassembly Complete.
Right Angle Gear Disassembly:
1. Use the 95331 (4mm) Hex Key to remove the 18560 Screws (4), and 18559 Washers (4).
2. Fasten the 96346 Bearing Separator under the 18555 Bearing and use a 3/16" dia. flat end drive punch and the 96232, (#2) Arbor Press to push the
bearing from the spindle.
3. Use the 96343 Retaining Ring Pliers to remove the 18556 Retaining Ring, 18557 Wave Washer, 18593 Bevel Gear, and 18563 Key.
4. Use the 96343 Retaining Ring Pliers to remove the 18562 Retaining Ring, and pull the spindle along with the 18561 Bearing out of the
18902 Spindle Cap.
5. Place the 18561 Bearing on the tool plate of the arbor press and push the spindle out of the bearing.
Right-Angle Gear Disassembly Complete.
Motor Assembly:
1. Use the raised outer portion of the 96240 Bearing Press Tool to install the 18555 Bearing into the 18569 Front Bearing Plate.
Note: Use the 96232 (#2) Arbor Press.
2. Position the 18595 Rotor on the 96231 Tool Plate of the 96232 (#2) Arbor Press so that the rear portion of the rotor body is flat on the tool plate and the
spline end is pointing up. Use the 18571 Cylinder as a jig. Place the cylinder over the rotor so that it is also setting on the tool plate. Slip the front
bearing/plate assembly over the spline end of the rotor and use the raised center portion of the 96240 Bearing Press Tool to install the front
bearing/plate assembly onto the 18595 Rotor. Note: Use approximately 3 lbs. (1364g.) of force. Remove the rotor with the bearing/plate assembly from
the arbor press. Use a .001" (.03mm) thick feeler gage to check the fit of the bearing plate to the face of the rotor. The clearance between the bearing
plate and the face of the rotor should be .001" to .0015" (.03 -.04mm).
3. Place the 18568 Bearing flat on the tool plate of the arbor press and install the 18594 Pinion Gear into the inner race of the bearing.
4. Place the 18569 Front Bearing Plate flat on the tool plate of the arbor press so that the rotor is hanging down. Set the 18568 Bearing on the opening of
the 18569 Front Bearing Plate so that the pinion gear is pointing up. Place one end of the 18571 Cylinder against the outer race of the 18568 Bearing
and using the cylinder as a press tool, push the 18568 Bearing into the front bearing plate.
5. Apply a small amount of the 95842 Dynabrade Air Lube (10W/NR or equivalent) to the 18570 Blades (4) and install them into the 18595 Rotor.
6. Place the 18573 Rear Bearing Plate flat on the tool plate of the arbor press and use the raised outer portion of the 96240 Bearing Press Tool to install
the 18555 Bearing into the rear bearing plate.
(continued on next page)
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Assembly/Disassembly Instructions - Continued
7. Position the end of the 18594 Pinion Gear on the tool plate of the arbor press and place the rear bearing/plate assembly on the rear bearing journal of
the rotor. Note: Make sure that the cylinder line-up pin 18572 aligns with the hole in the rear bearing plate.
8. Use the raised inner portion of the 96240 Bearing Press Tool and the arbor press to push the 18555 Bearing along with the rear bearing plate down onto
the rotor until the bearing plate touches the cylinder. This should create a snug fit between the bearing plates and the cylinder. If the fit is too loose, add
a slight bit more press (preload). Note: A “snug” fit allows the cylinder to be shifted back and forth with a small amount of finger pressure. However, the
fit should not be loose or sloppy.
9. Use the 96343 Retaining Ring Pliers to install the 18567 Retaining Ring onto the rotor.
10. Hold the 18552 Housing in a vise with bronze or aluminum jaws so that the motor opening is pointing up.
11. With the bearing plates and the cylinder aligned, apply a film of oil to the outside diameter of the motor. Orient the motor according to the exhaust
passage in the 18552 housing and the 18579 Valve Housing. Carefully slide the motor into the 18552 Housing. Note: It may be necessary, warm the
housing with a “Hot Air Gun”. This will expand the housing and facilitate the installation of the motor.
12. Install the 18576 Gasket, 18577 Spacer and 18578 Gasket. These must align with the 18572 Pin, air inlet and exhaust openings.
13. Orient and install the 18579 Valve Housing so that the air inlet and exhaust openings align correctly.
14. Use the 95331 (4mm) Hex Key to fasten the valve housing to the 18552 Housing with the 18559 Washers (4) and the 18580 Screws (4).
(Torque to 10.75 N•m/95 in. lbs.)
15. Install the 18601 Grip onto the 18579 Valve Housing. Note: A “Hot Air Gun” can be used to warm the 18601 Grip, making it more flexible.
16. Install an air fitting into the 18591 Inlet Bushing and connect to the air supply. Test the air motor for proper operation.
Motor Assembly Complete.
Right Angle Gear Assembly:
1. Wipe off the surface of the 96231 Tool Plate to make sure that it is clean. Place the open side of the 18561 Bearing on the tool plate so that the inner
race is supported. Position the spindle into the bearing so that the threaded end is pointing up. Press the spindle and the bearing together.
2. Place the 18902 Spindle Cap on the tool plate so that the open side of the bearing pocket is facing up.
3. Position the spindle with the bearing on the spindle cap so that the threaded end of the spindle is pointing up. Press the spindle with bearing all the way
into the spindle cap.
4. Use the 96343 Retaining Ring Pliers to install the 18562 Retaining Ring.
5. Clean the keyway of the spindle with a swab moistened with acetone. Also, clean the 18563 Key with acetone and properly prime all surfaces, then
apply a small amount of Loctite® #380 (or equivalent) to the keyway. Install the key and let the adhesive set.
6. Install and press the 18593 Bevel Gear onto the spindle. Apply a small amount of the 95542 Grease to the bevel gear and pinion.
7. Install the 18557 Wave Washer and use the retaining ring pliers to install the 18556 Retaining Ring.
8. Place the threaded portion of the spindle on the tool plate of the arbor press and use the raised center portion of the 96240 Bearing Press Tool
to press the 18555 Bearing onto the spindle.
9. Install the 18554 Spacer into the 18552 Housing so that the raised outer portion of the spacer will be against the outer race of the 18555 Bearing.
10. Orient the air bleed notch of the spindle cap toward the throttle lever and install the spindle assembly into the housing. Check the fit of the gears and
for smooth rotation.
11. Use the 95331 (4mm) Hex Key to install the 18560 Screws (4), and 18559 Washers (4). (Torque to 9 N•m/80 in. lbs.)
12. Apply 3 plunges of the 95542 Grease through the grease fitting with the 95541 Lubrication Gun initially, and after every 100-hour interval of use.
Right Angle Gear Assembly Complete.
Assembly Complete. Allow for adhesives to cure before operating tool.
Important: Motor should now be tested for proper operation at 90 PSIG. If motor does not operate properly or operates at a higher RPM than marked on the
tool, the tool should be serviced to correct the cause before use. Before operating, place 2-3 drops of Dynabrade Air Lube (P/N 95842) directly into air inlet
with throttle lever depressed. Operate tool for 30 seconds to determine if tool is operating properly and to allow lubricating oils to properly permeate motor.
Right Angle Gear Lubrication Instructions:
• Apply 3 plunges of the 95542 Grease through the grease fitting with the 95541 Lubrication Gun after every 100-hour interval of use.
Loctite ® is a registered trademark of Loctite Corp.
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Preventative Maintenance Schedule
For All RedTred TM Eraser Disc Tools
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.
Parts Common to all Models:
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.
98224 – Motor Tune-Up Kit
Index Part
# Number
1 04127
2 92297
3 92298
4 97547
5 18591
6 18563
7 18562
8 18561
9 18560
10 18559
11 18902
12 18593
13 18557
14 18556
15 18555
16 18554
17 18552
18 18553
19 18551
20 18594
21 18568
22 18569
23 18570
24 18595
25 18571
26 18572
27 18573
28 18567
29 18574
30 18576
31 18577
32 18578
33 18579
34 18559
35 18580
36 18601
37 18581
38 18582
39 18583
40 18584
41 18585
42 18586
43 18587
44 18588
45 18589
46 18592
47 18590
48 18591
49 18616
Description
Flange Nut
Eraser Disc
Eraser Disc Hub
Spacer
Spindle
Key
Retaining Ring
Bearing
Screw
Washer
Spindle Cap
Bevel Gear
Wave Washer
Retaining Ring
Bearing
Spacer
Housing
Handle
Plug
Pinion Gear
Bearing
Front Bearing Plate
Blade (4/pkg.)
Rotor
Cylinder
Pin
Rear Bearing Plate
Retaining Ring
O-Ring
Gasket
Spacer
Gasket
Valve Housing
Washer
Screw
Grip
Valve Stem
Safety Throttle Lever
Pin
Valve Seat
Valve Pin
Valve
Valve Spring
Gasket
Exhaust Retainer
Exhaust Bushing
O-Ring
Inlet Bushing
Label
7
Number High Wear Medium Wear Low Wear
Required
100%
70%
30%
1
X
1
N/A
N/A
N/A
1
1
1
X
1
L
1
T
1
T
4
L
4
L
1
X
1
X
1
L
1
D
3
T
1
X
1
X
1
X
1
X
1
X
1
T
1
X
4
T
1
X
1
X
1
X
1
X
1
D
1
T
1
T
1
X
1
T
1
X
4
L
4
X
1
X
1
X
1
L
1
L
1
X
1
X
1
X
1
X
1
X
1
1
1
1
1
X
Non-Wear
10%
N/A
X
X
X
X
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Optional Accessories
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98224 Motor Tune-Up Kit
• Includes assorted parts to
help maintain and repair motor.
Dynabrade Air Lube
• Formulated for pneumatic equipment.
• Absorbs up to 10% of its weight in water.
• Prevents rust and formation of sludge.
• Keeps pneumatic tools operating longer
with greater power and less down time.
95821: 4oz. (118 ml)
95842: 1pt. (473 ml)
95843: 1gal. (3.8 L)
95542 Grease 10 oz.
• Multi-purpose grease for all types of
bearings, cams, gears.
• High film strength; excellent resistance
to water, steam, etc.
• Workable range 0˚ F to 300˚ F.
95541 Push-type Grease Gun
• One-hand operation.
Special Repair Tools
Note: Not Shown, Mentioned In Assembly/Disassembly Instructions
96242 Bearing Press Tool
96232 (#2) Arbor Press
96346 (2”) Bearing Separator
96213 Bearing Removal Tool
96240 Bearing Press Tool
96231 Tool Plate
95331 4mm Hex
Reference Contact Information
1. American National Standards
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
3. Power Tool Institute, Inc.
P.O. Box 818
Yachata, Oregon 97498-0818
Tel: 1 (503) 547-3185
Fax: 1 (503) 547-3539
4. European Committee for Standardization
Rue de Stassart 36
B - 1050 Brussels, Belgium
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