Cordless Ultra-Lok Tool

Cordless Ultra-Lok Tool
UL4000-D
Ultra-Lok Tool
Operating
Instructions
Cordless Ultra-Lok Tool
Table of Contents
Warranty, Safety Guidelines
Setup Instructions
2
3-4
Settings
5
Parts List and Accessories
6
Tool Head Exploded Views
7-8
Clamp Application
Free-End
9
Clamp Inspection
10
Preformed
11
Maintenance
12-13
Blade Change
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Warranty, Safety
Guidelines
UL4000-D
Ultra-Lok Tool
Warranty
Refer to website for warranty information: http://www.band-it-idex.com/warranty.html
NOTE: Any performance data published herein is based on laboratory tests, which cannot duplicate conditions that may
be encountered in field installations. Such conditions may vary results substantially from those shown (such as abuse in
handling and installation, failure to follow recommended handling and installation practices, abnormal environmental
conditions, disregard of operating instructions for BAND-IT tools or non-recommended combinations of BAND-IT
products). BAND-IT cannot be responsible for performance characteristics from such variables.
Safety Guidelines
WARNING:
Always wear safety glasses when operating this tool and keep both hands and clothing away from clamp being
tensioned. Squeezing force can reach as high as 2 tons. Never attempt to clamp objects which can shatter or
otherwise cause bodily harm. Tensioning the clamp can be stopped immediately by releasing the trigger.
Detailed instructions are in this manual and the operator is advised to read it and become familiar with operating
the tool.
IMPORTANT FOR HOSE APPLICATIONS:

When clamping a hose end, remember that a tighter clamp keeps the fitting more secure, but excess
tension can damage the hose. Fitting stem must have prominent barbs for proper retention inside the
hose, but must not be sharp to prevent cutting into the hose. Hose, fitting, and clamp must be compatible
with each other and the environment used in. If in doubt, consult the hose or fitting manufacturer or call
BAND-IT.

Improperly tightened clamps may result in dangerous hose assemblies, which could cause injuries or property
damage.

Abuse or use of a hose outside the manufacturers recommended conditions may cause it to quickly deteriorate
and become a safety hazard. This could result in serious injury or property damage. Inspect and test hose
assemblies frequently.
Clamping objects other than hose requires similar precautions.
Use only with BAND-IT 3/4" and 1/2" Ultra-Lok Free-End and Preformed Clamps
Use of Alternate Drills
CAUTION!
This tool is designed to work solely mounted to the Metabo BS 18 LTX series cordless drill. Use of any
other drills in place of these Metabo BS 18 LTX drills may result in unsatisfactory performance, hazards to
the operator and/or the tool, or unsafe clamps. Disregard of this caution voids the warranty of the tool and
releases BAND-IT of any and all liabilities arising from such misuses.
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UL4000-D
Ultra-Lok Tool
Setup
Instructions
1. Read safety instructions and operator’s manual for the Metabo BS 18 LTX cordless Drill. Check to make sure drill is
properly set up for use with Band-It Ultra-Lok tool as follows:
---- Drill spindle has a Clutch Assembly (Band-It # UL4001)
---- See page 5 for recommended Drill speed and torque settings.
2. Charge Drill Battery according to the operator’s manual.
3. To mount the Drill onto the Band-It Ultra-Lok Tool: First, using the two #10-32 x 3/8" screws (M06187), tighten the
Tool Body Adapter (M06288) on the Tension Tool (UL0001) with 20–30 in-lbs. Place the Adapter Collar (M08388)
over the Tool Body Adapter. Orient the Drill Clutch Pin (M07187) horizontally (see p. 4 Figure 2). Carefully place the
Tool Body Adapter over the Drill Torque Dial. If there is any additional resistance, gently rotate the Tension Tool until
the Tension Screw engages with the Drill Clutch (M31789) (see p. 4 Figure 3), and rotate Tension Tool to the desired
orientation. Position Tool Body Adapter to butt-up against the shoulder of the drill. Slide the Adapter Collar against
this shoulder and fasten to 40–60 in-lbs.
4. This tool was designed for, and can only be used with BAND-IT 1/2" and 3/4" wide Ultra-Lok clamps. Do not attempt
to use on any other type of clamp style. Only use 1/2" wide clamps when the optional 1/2" Shear Plate (BAND-IT
# M09387) has been installed in the head in place of the 3/4" Shear Plate. See page 14 for ½” blade change
procedure.
Figure 1
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UL4000-D
Ultra-Lok Tool
Setup
Instructions
Orient Drill Clutch
Pin M07187
horizontally
NOTE: Alignment is critical for proper tool function.
Figure 2
Tension Screw M00987
Drill
UL Tool Body
Drill Clutch M04298
Note: Tool Body Adapter and Adapter Collar are hidden for clarity.
Figure 3
Align the end of the Tension Screw with the slot in the end of the Drill Clutch
during assembly, as shown above.
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UL4000-D
Ultra-Lok Tool
Settings
Recommended Drill Torque Dial Settings:
Metabo BS18 LTX
Drill Model
Clamp Size
Single Wrap
Double Wrap
*Preformed
½"
¾"
Speed
Clutch
Speed
Clutch
1
1
1
5
6
6
1
1
1
6
7
7
Band-It recommends hearing protection if this setting is used for an extended
time.
NOTE: These torque settings are suggested settings only; individual tools should be
adjusted for the clamping application. Inspect lock per instructions on page 9-11.
Important: Changing speed and clutch settings will alter tension output. Drill Trigger should be
depressed fully by the operator to attain correct, and consistent, tension when installing clamps. Tension
output may vary from tool to tool, at the same setting, depending on condition and wear of internal
components.
Caution: Improperly tightened clamps may result in dangerous assemblies, which could cause injuries
or property damage.
Using correctly sized clamps (diameter) will, in most cases, eliminate the need to pull on clamp tail more
than once. Tension Block moves approximately 5". On occasion, if needed, large size clamps can be
installed by taking several bites (clamp tail feeds out through back of tool). Position of Tension Block,
containing gripper, can be monitored through viewing slot just under cut-off handle. The tool features a
built-in disengaging mechanism to prevent tension screw from jamming up. At the end of the Tension
Block travel the safety clutch will engage and the user will hear a ratcheting sound. Excessive use of
this feature will wear the Drill Clutch mechanism and/or Tension Screw out prematurely.
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UL4000-D
Ultra-Lok Tool
Parts List
Notes:
Apply Item 31 (Super Lube) to:
Item 4 (Cut-off Cam)
Item 3 (Cutter Knife) at contact
point with item 1 (Tool Head)
Item 26 (Spring) before installation
Apply Item 32 (Grease) to:
Item 7 (Tension Screw) threads
and grooved end
Item 2 (Cutter Blade) counter-bore
only, after item 14 (Bearing Tip)
has been installed.
Tighten the following:
Item 23 (#10-32 Screws)
to 60 – 70 in-lbs.
Item 22 (1/4-28 Screws)
to 90 – 110 in-lbs.
Adjust Item 24 (Plunger) for
positive detent action when
item 6 (Handle) is actuated.
* Permatex P/N: 82325 or Equivalent
Item
1
2
3
4
5
Part Number
M00587
M09787
M08687
M08987
M09087
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
6
UL1219
1
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
M00987
M08887
M01787
M09187
M02387
M00287
M01388
M05387
M06587
M02287
M04387
M07387
M07487
M07587
M05787
J67287
M06187
M02487
A33887
A53587
M01487
M08187
M08087
M07987
I16387*
C23199
M09887
M09387
UL4001
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
6
2
1
2
1
4
4
2
1
1
1
Description
Tool Head, Fin. UL
Cutter Blade, UL
Cutter Knife, UL
Cam, Cut-off, UL
Tension Block, Mach., UL
Handle Assembly:
Includes Handle, Handle Grip, and Pins
Tension Screw, Fin.
Gripper, UL
Plate, Back, Cast/Fin.
Gripper Guide, UL
Plate, Release, cast/fin.
Roller, Cut-off, Fin.
Pin, .187 Dia X 1.50 Long, Fin.
Bearing Tip, Fin.
Ball, ¼” Diameter
Tip, Load Bearing, Fin.
Tripper Bracket, Cast/Fin.
Body, Left, Finished, UL
Body, Right, Finished, UL
Wear Plate, Fin.
Screw, Socket Head Cap, ¼ X 1”
Screw, Socket Head Cap, ¼ X ½”
Screw, Socket Head Cap, #10-32 X 3/8”
Screw, Spring Plunger, ¼-20
Spring, Compression, .180 X .813 Long
Spring, Compression, .300 X 1.00 Long
Pin, Dowel, ¼ Dia X 1.50 Long
Washer, .128 ID X .238 OD
Rivet, Blind, .125 X .328 Long
Threaded Insert, #10-32
Lubricant, Super Lube w/ Teflon
Lubricant, Moly, Syringe
Shear Plate, ¾”, UL
Shear Plate, UL, ½” (Optional)
Adapter and Clutch Assembly
Tool Accessories:
UL4199 – UL Safety Strap: 15 lb capacity tool lanyard with single stainless carabineer.
OSHA: 192.45 (h)(1) – Falling object protection
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UL4000-D
Ultra-Lok Tool
Exploded View
6
30 2 Places
18
28 4 Places
4
Tension Block
Assembly
23 4 Places
20
19
29
22
4 Places
4 Places
6
Head Unit
2 Places
See page 6 for parts list
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UL4000-D
Ultra-Lok Tool
Exploded Views
Tension Gripper Assembly
9
Figure 5
7 32 Brush lubricant evenly
on threads
5
17
16 32
26 31 2 Places
Component
under spring
load when
assembled 10
Tool Head Assembly
Component
11 under spring
load when
assembled
4 31
Lubricate
both sides
8
31
All around inside
profile both sides
31 25
24 2 Places
2 Places 21
13 31 2 Places
31
27 31
Inside knife cavity
1
12 31
* M09387 (Optional)
½” Shear Plate Insert
can be substituted for
M09887
3
15 32
33
14
*
See page 6 for parts list
2
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Clamp Application
Free-End Clamps
1. Break off an Ultra-Lok Free-End
tie from the roll. Slide the buckle
onto band with indented arrows
pointing in same direction and
same side up. Slide buckle all
the way onto band until it comes
to a stop between the two buckle
dimples at opposite end of tie.
4. Position the tie on the
object you are clamping.
Pull the wrapped tie
hand-tight. Slightly bend
the tail up to keep the
clamp in place
UL4000-D
Ultra-Lok Tool
2. Wrap tie around object to be clamped.
Insert the tie through buckle once for
single-wrap or twice for double-wrap.
Double-wrapped clamps have more
than 3 times the loop-tensile strength.
DO NOT
FEATHER the
drill’s TRIGGER
when tensioning a
clamp.
USE FULL SPEED
OF TOOL
5. Actuate Drill until Tension Block is all the
way forward against the tool body. Set Drill
to clock-wise rotation. With cut-off handle
down as shown, insert clamp tail into tool
head slot. Actuate Drill until Drill’s built-in
clutch disengages. If Tension Block comes
near its end of travel, release actuator switch
and reverse Drill to pull more on clamp tail.
Excessive use of disengaging Drill Clutch
indicated by a loud ratcheting sound leads to
premature wear of tension screw.
Correct position of tool
while tensioning
3. If desired, you may preform a clamp in the same
fashion as step 2, or use a
preformed clamp in place
of a Free-End
Push all
the way
forward
to a solid
stop
6. Do not force the tool against the
clamp; it may result in a folded clamp
tail.
7. Pull the cut-off handle forward to cut
tail off and form a lock, then return
handle to the down position. Reverse
drill and feed clamp tail out of tool.
8. Tap down buckle shroud to complete
clamp. Tool is ready for next clamp.
Incorrect position of tool
while tensioning
Clamp Inspection
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Ultra-Lok Tool
Inspect buckle on completed clamp and tap down buckle shroud.
Section View
Good Clamp
FRONT VIEW
Completed Free-End Clamp
(Visually inspect lock)
Lock sheared in center
and formed inside
shroud
Buckle Shroud
Bad Clamp
Lock has slipped back
under sheared buckle
surface
Shear Surface
Figure 7
Important: Visually inspect lock formed in band as shown. If lock has slipped under the sheared surface of the
buckle, remove clamp and install a new one at reduced tension by lowering the Drill Clutch torque setting.
SIDE VIEW
Completed Free-End
Clamp
Tap down buckle shroud to
complete clamp
Completed clamp
should appear as
shown.
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Clamp Application
Preformed Clamps
UL4000-D
Ultra-Lok Tool
Place clamp in desired position on object to be clamped.
Start at Step 4 on Page 9
Inspect buckle on completed clamp and tap down buckle shroud as shown on Page 10 Figures 7 and
8.
NOTE FOR HOSE APPLICATIONS:
When applying clamps on soft, thick-walled hose, tension clamp then wait a full 30 seconds.
Clamps may be re-tensioned by squeezing the Drill Trigger on the power unit a second time prior
to forming the lock and cutting the excess clamp tail. This allows hose to “settle” under the band
of the clamp. This hose material attribute is called Cold Flow. Finally, complete clamp by tapping
down the buckle shroud as described above.
Trouble-Shooting
1. Lock slips down in buckle: Tighten blade mounting screws. If lock on clamp is still not adequate,
reduce tension on tool by setting torque setting on the Drill Dial to a lower number.
2. Drill clutch releases prematurely: Make sure Tool is fully seated on Drill (per page 4). If problem
persists, contact BAND-IT technical support.
3. If tool does not cut off on initial setting:
Step 1: Pull trigger of tool after engaging cutter blade.
Step 2: Increase torque setting slightly, and repeat tensioning band and engaging of cutter blade.
Step 3: Repeat steps 1 and 2 until band cuts.
4. Tool does not fully tension clamp: Check battery charge level, replace if low. If problem persists
check gripper assembly and tension screw for excessive dirt/grime build up.
Note: To mitigate Drill Clutch wear, do not over-use the Drill Clutch. When tensioning a clamp, let the
Drill Switch go as Tension Block nears its end of travel. Reverse drill and send Tension Block all the way
forward for a second pull on the band.
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UL4000-D
Ultra-Lok Tool
Maintenance
1.
Approximately every 500 clamps lubricate Tension Screw with
molybdenum disulfide lubricant, or equivalent.
Make sure Tension Block is all the way forward against the Tool Head.
Remove cap from syringe and insert tip of syringe into slot on top of tool body.
Press the tip against the Tension Screw just behind the Tension Block and
squeeze out approximately 1/2" long bead of lubricant. Remove Syringe, and
actuate tool without a clamp a couple of times to spread lubricant evenly on
tension screw.
Lubricating Syringe
Reorder #C23199
To order more lubricant, specify BAND-IT #C23199
2. Every 500-1000 clamps, depending on torque setting, inspect and
repack front bearing with same lubricant. Turn load bearing tip and small
bearing tip over for a new bearing surface.
Bearing Detail
Small Bearing Tip
M05387
Access Hole to push
out components (use
paper clip)
1/4" Ball
M06587
Blade
M09787
Load Bearing Tip
M02287
Blade Cavity,
must be packed
with lubricant
Tool
Body
Tool
Head
Item 1
Figures 9 and 10
Tension
Screw
M00987
Blade Mounting
Screws
M05787
3. To gain access to bearing components: remove blade Mounting Screws (2
places) and slide Blade free. Paper clip may be used to push bearing
components out of Blade. Wipe lubricant from components. If ball or bearing
tips appears heavily worn, replace with new one. Note: 1/4" ball is made from
hard tungsten carbide material, do not replace with regular ball bearing.
(Smooth indention from ball in the bearing tips is normal).
To re-assemble bearing components: wipe blade cavity clean. Push small
bearing tip into blade cavity. Apply lubricant to ball and push into Blade cavity
and fill remaining space with lubricant. Push load bearing tip firmly into blade
cavity, some lubricant will be squeezed out. Re-attach blade to Tool Head,
making sure that load bearing tip extends into Tension Screw. While turning
Blade Mounting Screws into Blade, push on Blade rear-wards. Tighten
screws to approximately 120 in-lbs.
4. When replacing worn Blade follow instructions above to properly reassemble bearing components.
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UL4000-D
Ultra-Lok Tool
Maintenance
5. To replace Gripper: Make sure Tension Block is all the way forward against the tool head. Remove drill.
Remove tool adapter body. Remove one side of the tool body or the other, not both. Slide Gripper out sideways
and replace with a new one. Re-attach Tool Body side. Caution: Do not push or move Tension Block while
Gripper is out of tool.
Figure 12
Tool Head
M00587
Move tension
block all the way
forward against
the tool head
Gripper
M08887
Tension
Screw
M00987
Screw, #1032
M06187
6. To replace Tension Screw: Move Tension Block all the way back (away from Tool Head) using drill in
tensioning mode (clock-wise). Remove Ultra-Lok Tool from Drill. Remove the Tool Adapter from the Ultra-Lok
Tool. Remove Blade and load bearing tip from Tensioning Screw (see bearing detail). Remove one side of the
Tool Body or the other, not both. Grasp the smooth barrel on Tension Screw and pull all the way forward until
Tension Block is against the Tool Head. If Tension Screw is stuck, use a punch and tap the center of the screw
from the back end of the tool. Turn Tension Screw out of Tension Block. Lubricate new Tension Screw with
Molybdenum Disulfide lubricant, or equivalent. Install new Tension Screw in reverse order; making sure that back
end of Tension Screw extends well beyond the back end of the Tension Block. Push the assembly all the way
back and extend the round portion of the Tension Screw through holes on the tripper bracket and back guide
plate. Reinstall Tool Body side. Reinstall Blade and tighten the Blade Mounting Screws approximately 120 in-lbs.
Reattach Tool Adapter to Ultra-Lok Tool. Reattach Tool to Drill and drive Tension Block all the way forward.
Note: Drills needing repair must be forwarded to an authorized ‘Metabo’ repair center in your area. Be sure to
remove BAND-IT drill clutch assembly (UL4001) from drill.
Metabo Drill is covered solely by the Metabo warranty as described in the Metabo literature. BAND-IT does not
extend any warranty of any kind to the drill.
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UL4000-D
Ultra-Lok Tool
Blade Change
Optional 1/2" Tool
To change out the tool to the 1/2" version, the following steps should be followed.
*NOTE: Do not attempt to use 1/2" clamps with 3/4" head. (Shear Plate change-out: 3-5 minutes)
1. Prior to separation from power drill, back off Tension Block assembly 1/2" from head unit. See page 7 Figure 4.
2. Detach Tension Body from the Drill by loosening the single tensioning bolt on the aluminum collar and separating the
two sections.
3. Remove the Blade from head by removing the two Cap Screws (M05787) from the top of the Head. It is not
necessary to remove entire head from tool in order to remove blade. (Figure 13) Remove the 3/4" shear plate from
the blade.
4. Align the 1/2" Shear Plate (M09387) with the Blade (M09787) so that the guide is facing up. Incorrect placement will
not allow bands to be inserted into the Tool. (Figure 13)
Note: To convert Tool back to 3/4", replace 1/2" Shear Plate with 3/4" Shear Plate (M09887) and follow same
instructions. Be sure to retain unused Shear Plate for later use.
5. Attach the Blade and 1/2" Shear Plate onto Head using the two previously removed Cap Screws. These Cap Screws
must be tight to assure proper cut-off of clamp tails.
6. Re-attach Drill to Tension Body making sure the Drill and Tension Body are properly aligned, and tighten the single
Blade Cap Screw located on the Adapter Collar.
7. These tools are NOT designed to work with traditional band and buckle designs. BAND-IT Ultra-Lok clamps
must be used.
Blade Cap Screw
(M05787) Qty. 2
1/4" Ball (M06587)
Bearing Tip (M05387)
Blade (M09787)
Optional 1/2" Shear
Plate (M09387)
Orient as shown
Blade (M09787)
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