operator`s manual pneutorque® standard

operator`s manual pneutorque® standard

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OPERATOR’S MANUAL

PNEUTORQUE

®

STANDARD & SMALL DIAMETER SERIES

STALL TOOLS

Part Number 34317 | Issue 4 | Original Instructions (English)

CONTENTS

Part Numbers Covered by this Manual

Safety

Introduction

Parts Included

Accessories

Features and Functions

Set up Instructions

Pneumatic Connections

Lifting Handle

Torque Reaction

Setting Forward/Reverse

Setting Torque for Fastener Tightening

Setting Torque for Fastener Loosening

Operating Instructions

Tightening

Releasing

Maintenance

Reaction Plate

Air Lubrication

Gearbox

Silencer

Filter

Drive Square

Cleaning

Disposal

Specifications

General

Small Diameter

Standard Series

Declaration of Conformity

Trouble Shooting

Glossary of Terms

10

10

12

13

13

14

14

14

13

13

13

13

5

9

9

9

6

6

6

7

2

3

4

4

4

15

15

15

16

18

19

19

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PART NUMBERS COVERED BY THIS MANUAL

This manual covers all Pneutorque

®

Standard and Small Diameter series tools; including the following:

Model (Standard

Series

PT 1

)

16031

Part Number

Single Speed Manual Two Speed

16031.MTS

Automatic

Two Speed

16031.AUT

Square

¾”

Maximum

Torque

680 N∙m

PT 1

PT 1A

16011

16098

16011.MTS

16098.MTS

16011.AUT

16098.AUT

1”

¾”

680 N∙m

1200 N∙m

PT 1A

PT 2

PT 2

PT 5

PT 6

PT 7

PT 7 SD

PT 9

16097

16008

16013

16015

16017

16066

16087

16072

16097.MTS

16008.MTS

16013.MTS

16015.MTS

16017.MTS

16066.MTS

16087.MTS

16072.MTS

16097.AUT

16008.AUT

16013.AUT

16015.AUT

16017.AUT

16066.AUT

16087.AUT

16072.AUT

1”

¾”

1”

1”

1 ½”

1 ½”

1 ½”

1 ½”

1200 N∙m

1700 N∙m

1700 N∙m

3400 N∙m

3400 N∙m

6000 N∙m

6000 N∙m

9500 N∙m

PT 11

PT12

PT 13

PT 14

16046

18086

16052

16045

16046.MTS

18086.MTS

16052.MTS

16045.MTS

-

-

-

-

2 ½”

2 ½”

2 ½”

3 ½”

20000 N∙m

34000 N∙m

47000 N∙m

100000 N∙m

PT 15

PT 16

18089

18090

18089.MTS

18090.MTS

-

-

Note A 150000 N∙m

Note A 200000 N∙m

PT 17 18088 18088.MTS - Note A 250000 N∙m

PT 18

NOTE A:

16054 16054.MTS - Note A 300000 N∙m

The output drive and reaction components must be engineered specifically for each customer application. Consult Norbar.

Model

(Small Diameter

Series)

PT 2700 18027

Part Number

Single Speed Manual Two Speed

18027.MTS

Automatic

Two Speed

18027.AUT

Square

1”

Maximum

Torque

2700 N∙m

PT 5500

Pneutorque

34318.

®

18028 18028.MTS 18028.AUT 1 ½” 5500 N∙m

Standard and Small Diameter series tools are also supplied in a ‘remote’ form without a handle.

These are given a part number suffix ‘X’ (e.g. *****.X***) and are covered by operators manual part number

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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. Any other use is not recommended.

The use of ear protectors is recommended.

Do not use tool in potentially explosive atmosphere as these tools 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.

Be aware of unexpected tool movement due to reaction forces as this may cause injuries. Failure of the drive square may also cause unexpected tool movement.

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 inserted tool 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

®

tools are reversible, non impacting, torque controlled bolt tightening tools and must always be operated with the following:

 Clean dry air supply with a minimum flow of 19 litres/sec (40 ft³/m [CFM]).

 Lubro Control Unit or similar Filter, Regulator and Lubricator Unit ½” Bore (12 mm).

 Impact or high quality sockets.

 Reaction Arm.

3

INTRODUCTION

The Pneutorque

®

Standard Series and Small Diameter Series are air driven power tools designed for applying torque to threaded fasteners. An external Lubro control unit is needed; this allows the air pressure to be adjusted so the stall torque can be determined from the graph provided. There are models to cover torque capacities of 680 N∙m to 300000 N∙m.

Parts Included

Model

PT 1 & PT 2

Reaction

Plate / Arm

16420

Reaction

Foot

-

Ring

-

Part Number

Lifting Lubro

Control Unit

-

Torque

Wrench

-

Transporting

Trolley

-

PT 5 & PT 6

PT 7

16544

16263

-

16344

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

PT 7 SD

PT 9

PT 11

PT 12

PT 13

PT 14

PT 15

PT 16

PT 17

PT 18

PT 2700

16433

16387

16322

18994

16330

16308

Note A

Note A

Note A

Note A

16672

16344

16394

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

16348

19030/1

16311

16311

-

16311

16311

16311

-

-

-

16074

16074

16074

16074

16074

16074

16074

16074

-

-

-

-

-

13049

13049

-

13050

13050

13050

-

PT 4500 16673 - - - - -

All tools include Operators Manual (Part number 34317), Calibration Certificate & Air pressure graph (Part number 34208)

NOTE A: The output drive and reaction components must be engineered specifically for each customer application. Consult Norbar.

Accessories

Nose Extensions PT1 PT2 PT5

6” Nose Extension (¾” drive)

9” Nose Extension (¾” drive)

12” Nose Extension (¾” drive)

6” Nose Extension (1” drive)

9” Nose Extension (1” drive)

12” Nose Extension (1” drive)

16480.006

16480.009

-

-

-

-

16480.012

- -

16542.006

16542.006 16694.006

16542.009

16542.009 16694.009

16542.012

16542.012 16694.012

Other Parts Part Number

-

-

-

-

16326

16326

-

-

-

-

-

Replacement drive square

Air Filter

See Maintenance

18280

Silencer

Lubro Control Unit

Straight 350mm Reaction Plate (PT 2700 only)

Straight 350mm Reaction Plate (PT 5500 only)

Transducers

16457

16074

16686

16687

Consult Norbar

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FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS

Replaceable Drive Square

To avoid internal damage (especially due to torque overload), the output drive square has been designed to shear first. Tools are fitted with a drive square that can easily be replaced, alternative drive sizes are also available.

Trigger

The trigger controls the flow of air, it must be held in to operate the tool. If the operator is not present the tool will stop.

Forward / Reverse Collar

All tools can be used for tightening as well as releasing bolts. A collar for FWD (Forward or clockwise) and REV

(Reverse or anti-clockwise) is located next to the trigger for easy access.

Gearbox

For safety the gearbox and handle can turn independently, so torque reaction is never transmitted back to the operator.

Lifting Handle

The lifting handle allows comfortable and safe use of the tool.

The PT 11 – PT 18 are supplied with a lifting ring for easy handling.

In addition the PT 13 & PT 14 are supplied on a transporting trolley (Figure 1).

FIGURE 1 – Transporting

Trolley

Low Operator Fatigue

The tools are quiet and do not operate with an impacting or pulsing action.

Optional Transducers

Electronic torque transducers can be directly fitted for precise torque monitoring.

5

SET UP INSTRUCTIONS

Pneumatic Connections

WARNING: TO AVOID HAZARD FROM WHIPPING AIR HOSES MAKE ALL

CONNECTIONS TO THE TOOL BEFORE TURNING ON THE AIR SUPPLY.

Handle (H)

Output Square

Drive (D)

Air Inlet (A)

Trigger (J)

Forward/Reverse

Collar (C)

Air Motor

Housing (F)

Air Exhaust

Silencer (E)

Reaction

Plate (B)

Slave

Square (G)

Lubro Control Unit

FIGURE 2 – Tool Features

Make sure all air hoses are clean and free from dirt.

Connect the tool air inlet hose (A.) to the outlet side of the lubro control unit, observing air flow direction arrows. Use a minimum ½” bore (12mm) hose with a maximum length of 3m.

TIP: To connect the air inlet hose to a ½” bore hose use a ½” BSP Male/Male connector. A pair of

15

16

”) A/F open-ended spanners will be required to perform this task (22mm (⅞”) A/F and 24mm ( spanners).

Connect the inlet side of the lubro control unit to the air supply. Use a minimum ½” bore (12mm) hose with a maximum length of 5m (longer hoses will reduce the performance of the tool).

Check the lubro control unit oil level and fill to correct level if required. (see “MAINTENANCE”)

Lifting Handle

Fit lifting handle (where supplied) to top of the Air Motor Housing (‘F’ in figure 2.). Adjust the handle position so the tool can be held comfortably. Tighten the socket screws securely.

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Torque Reaction

When the Pneutorque

®

is in operation the reaction arm 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 bolt to be tightened.

WARNING: IF THE REACTION PLATE IS EXTENDED FORWARD OF THE DRIVE

SQUARE, LARGER INDUCED BENDING STRESS WILL RESULT, SO THE

PLATE MAY NO LONGER BE STRONG ENOUGH.

Standard Series

FIGURE 3 – Typical reaction with sliding ‘slave

FIGURE 4 – Typical reaction (with adjustable foot) for PT 7 and PT 9 square’ for PT 1 to PT 5

TIP: Take the reaction as far away from the multiplier as practical.

FIGURE 5 – Typical reaction for PT 11

Fit reaction plate (‘B’ in Figure 2) to tool using bolts provided and torque to value specified on reaction arm. If no torque is specified follow table below:

Model Reaction Plate / Arm Fixing Bolt Size Fixing Bolt Torque

PT 1 & PT 2 16420 2BA 9 N∙m

PT 5 & PT 6

PT 7

PT 7 SD

16544

16263

16433

¼” BSF

M10

½” BSW

19 N∙m

83 N∙m

Hand tight

PT 9

PT 11

PT 12

PT 13

PT 14

PT 15

PT 16

PT 17

16387

16322

18994

16330

16308

-

-

-

⅜” BSF

M10

M12

M16

M16

-

M20

M20

75 N∙m

83 N∙m

150 N∙m

310 N∙m

310 N∙m

-

400 N∙m

400 N∙m

PT 18 - M20 400 N∙m

It is recommended to check the reaction plate bolts are correctly tightened every week.

Small Diameter Series

Use circlip to hold reaction arm.

FIGURE 6 – Typical reaction for PT 2700 (Part number 16672) and PT 5500 (Part number 16673)

Length is 350mm and it may be modified to suit the application.

FIGURE 7 – An alternative straight reaction plate is available for the PT

2700 (Part number 16686) and PT 5500 (Part number 16687)

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It is essential the reaction plate 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 8, with the contact area as large as possible.

Standard Length

Socket

Extra Length

Socket

FIGURE 8 – Reaction limitations

Torque Reaction should be taken in the shaded areas only

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

USED WITHIN THE LIMITATIONS SHOWN IN FIGURE 8.

For special applications or where extra deep sockets must be used the standard arm may be extended but only within the limitations shown on Figure 8. Alternative reaction devices are available.

WARNING: FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE LIMITATIONS SHOWN IN FIGURE 8 WHEN

MODIFYING STANDARD REACTION ARMS 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.

When the Pneutorque

®

is in operation the reaction plate 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 bolt to be tightened. (See Figure 9 & 10).

WARNING: ALWAYS KEEP HANDS CLEAR OF THE REACTION ARM WHEN THE

TOOL IS IN USE OR SERIOUS INJURY MAY RESULT.

FIGURE 9 – Example of clockwise (FWD) reaction

FIGURE 10 – Example of anticlockwise (REV) reaction

TIP: For an extended tool life ensure the reaction point remains square to the multiplier, this will minimise stress on the output square. If the multiplier tilts under load, the reaction may not remain square.

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Setting Forward / Reverse

All tools are fitted with a direction collar, see Figure 11.

FIGURE 11 – Collar for FWD, OFF or REV operation

Rotate collar to select ‘FWD’ for forward (clockwise), ‘REV’ for reverse (anti-clockwise) or ‘OFF’.

WARNING: FAILURE TO FULLY ENGAGE THE FORWARD/REVERSE COLLAR WILL

RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE SELECTOR VALVE.

Setting Torque for Fastener Tightening

The stall torque of these tools is determined by the air pressure set on an external lubro control unit.

Tools are supplied with an Air Pressure Graph which relates torque output to air pressure. Set the torque output as follows:

1. Turn the collar, Figure 11, to select direction.

2. For Manual two speed tools (Part number *****.MTS) select ‘SLOW’ speed.

3. Establish the air pressure required using the Air Pressure Graph.

4. Ensure the drive square is able to free run.

5. Press and hold the trigger (‘J’ in Figure 2) and adjust the lubro control unit pressure until the correct figure is shown on the gauge.

IMPORTANT: THE TOOL MUST BE FREE RUNNING WHILE ADJUSTING THE AIR PRESSURE TO

GIVE THE CORRECT SETTING.

WHILE THE TOOL IS FREE RUNNING CHECK THAT LUBRO CONTROL UNIT IS

SUPPLYING APPROXIMATELY SIX DROPS OF OIL PER MINUTE.

Setting Torque for Fastener Loosening

1. Ensure that the tool control system is set for the required rotation.

2. Establish maximum air pressure from the associated Air Pressure Graph or tool label.

3. Adjust the pressure regulator until the correct pressure is achieved.

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.

9

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Tightening

WARNING: KEEP HANDS CLEAR OF THE REACTION ARM.

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.

WARNING: CHANGING THE AIR PRESSURE AFTER SETTING THE PRESSURE

REGULATOR WILL CHANGE THE STALL TORQUE VALUE.

1. Fit the Pneutorque quality socket.

®

with the correct size impact or high

2. Ensure the Forward / Reverse collar is correctly set.

3. Set the air pressure as described in “setting torque for bolt tightening” within the Set Up section.

4. Rotate tool and reaction arm into a convenient position.

Fit the tool onto the fastener.

Locate reaction arm adjacent to the reaction point.

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

NOTE: Follow the instructions for SINGLE SPEED, MANUAL TWO SPEED or

AUTOMATIC TWO SPEED:

Single Speed (Part Number with no suffix)

6. Press the trigger in short bursts to bring the reaction arm into contact with the reaction point.

7. Fully press the trigger and keep fully depressed until tool stalls.

8. Release the ‘trigger’ and turn Collar to ‘OFF’.

9. Remove tool from fastener.

Manual Two Speed (Part Number “*****.MTS”)

NOTE: ‘FAST’ speed is for initially running up of the fastener and

‘SLOW’ speed for applying the final torque.

6. Set speed selector to ‘FAST’.

TIP: To change the speed:

FIGURE 12 – ’FAST’ speed above,

‘SLOW’ speed below.

A. Ensure tool is not running.

B. Pull selection knob out.

C. Move knob to required speed.

D. Ensure selection knob is fully engaged in recess.

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7. Press the trigger in short bursts to bring the reaction arm into contact with the reaction point.

8. Fully press the trigger and keep fully depressed until tool stalls then release the trigger.

9. Set speed selector to ‘SLOW’.

NOTE: The air pressure calibration graph is only correct in the ‘SLOW’ setting.

10. Fully press the trigger and keep fully depressed until tool stalls.

11. Release the trigger and turn collar to ‘OFF’.

12. Remove tool from fastener.

TIP: Where there are several fasteners in the joint, eg. a flange, it may be desirable to tighten all of the fasteners with the tool in ‘FAST’ gear. Then set the gear selector to ‘SLOW’ and apply final torque.

Automatic Two Speed (Part Number “*****.AUT”)

NOTE: These tools operate at a ‘FAST’ speed (approximately 5 times faster than normal) until torque is detected, then the tool automatically change to ‘SLOW’ speed for final tightening of the fastener.

6. Press the trigger in short bursts to bring the reaction arm into contact with the reaction point.

7. Fully press the trigger and keep fully depressed until tool stalls.

8. Release the trigger and turn collar to ‘OFF’ and remove tool from fastener.

9. Remove tool from fastener.

NOTE: If the trigger is released or collar is turned back to the ‘OFF’ position before the tool stalls,

full torque will NOT be applied to the fastener.

TIP: If the tool will not release from the bolt, turn collar to the opposite direction and squeeze the trigger for a fraction of a second.

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Releasing

1. Fit Pneutorque socket.

®

with the correct size impact or high quality

2. Ensure the Forward / Reverse collar is correctly set (in ‘REV’ for right hand threads).

3. Rotate tool and reaction arm into a convenient position.

Fit the tool onto the fastener.

Locate reaction arm adjacent to the reaction point.

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

5. Gently press trigger to bring the reaction arm into contact with the reaction point.

6. Fully press the trigger and keep fully depressed until fastener releases.

TIP: If unable to release the fastener increase the air pressure to the tool.

Do not use excessive air pressure.

WARNING: EXCEEDING THE MAXIMUM AIR PRESSURE WILL CAUSE OVERLOADING

AND MAY LEAD TO SERIOUS DAMAGE.

7. Remove tool from fastener.

WARNING: CHANGING THE AIR PRESSURE AFTER SETTING THE PRESSURE

REGULATOR WILL CHANGE THE STALL TORQUE VALUE.

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MAINTENANCE

To maintain optimum performance and safety, regular maintenance needs to be carried out. The only user maintenance required on these tools is the replacement of drive squares and the silencer. Any other maintenance or repairs should be carried out by Norbar or a Norbar approved agent and should form part of a service. Service intervals will depend on the type of usage of the tools and the environment in which they are being used. The maximum recommended maintenance and recalibration interval is 12 months.

TIP: Steps the operator 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.

Reaction Plate

Every week check that the bolts fastening reaction plate are tightened to the torque stamped onto the reaction plate.

Air Lubrication

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

Gearbox

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

Gadus S2 V220 or equivalent good quality grease.

Silencer

The silencer (#16457) should be changed every 12 months.

This may be more frequent for high tool usage or dirty environments.

To change silencer:

1. Remove circlip from end of handle.

2. Slide handle to access silencer.

3. Change silencer.

4. Replace handle and circlip.

Filter

The air filter (#18280) should be changed every 12 months.

This may be more frequent for high tool usage or dirty environments.

To change filter:

FIGURE 13 – Silencer location

1. Remove inlet air hose.

2. Remove filter from inside tool air inlet.

3. Fit new filter.

FIGURE 14 – Air filter

4. Replace inlet air hose.

TIP: To help removal use a small screwdriver or a pair of internal circlip pliers.

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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.

FIGURE 15 – Drive square fixing (left to right): Pin, Carrier Assembly , Screw and circlip.

Tool

PT 1 / PT 2

PT 1 / PT 2

PT 5

PT 6

Square

Size

¾”

1”

1”

1 ½”

PT 7 / PT 7 SD 1 ½”

PT 9

PT 11

PT 12

1 ½”

2 ½”

2 ½”

Drive Square

Part Number

# 16424

# 16425

# 16549

# 16548

# 16295

# 16611

# 16323

# 16310

Fixing

Pin (# 26228)

Pin (# 26228)

Pin (#26242)

Carrier assembly.

M5 screw (# 25352.45)

M5 screw (# 25352.40)

M6 screw (# 25353.60)

M6 screw (# 25353.60) + Circlip (# 26432)

Screw Torque

(N∙m)

-

-

-

-

8 – 9

8 – 9

16 – 18

16 – 18

PT 13

PT 14

PT 15

PT 16

PT 17

PT 18

PT 2700

2 ½”

3 ½”

-

-

-

-

1"

# 16310

# 16309

-

-

-

-

# 16661

M6 screw (# 25353.60) + Circlip (# 26432)

M6 screw (# 25353.60)

M6 screw (# 25353.60)

M6 screw (# 25353.60)

Application specific

Application specific

Circlip (# 26490)

16 – 18

16 – 18

-

-

-

-

-

PT 5500 1 ½” # 16446 Circlip (# 26482) -

NOTE: The drive squares are designed to be replaced by a competent service engineer with standard tools, only the PT 5500 needs specialist equipment (including a press) to replace the drive square. A new fixing screw is recommended on reassembly.

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

Cleaning

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

Disposal

Recycling considerations:

Component Material

Handle Aluminium casting with epoxy finish.

Annulus

Reaction plate

Alloy steel with nickel plate finish.

Alloy steel with epoxy powder finish.

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SPECIFICATIONS

General

Repeatability:

Air Supply:

Recommended Lubrication:

Temperature Range:

Maximum Operating Humidity:

Maximum Vibration at Handle:

Sound Pressure Level:

± 5%.

Maximum pressure 6.0 bar (For maximum torque capacity).

Air consumption 19 litres / sec (40 ft³/m [CFM]).

Shell Tellus S2M 32 for the Lubro Control Unit.

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

85% Relative Humidity at 30°C.

< 2.5m/s

2

.

Tested in accordance with ISO 8662-7 Hand Held portable tools –

Measurement of vibrations at the handle.

81 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 6.0 bar.

Environment:

Small Diameter

Indoor & dry outdoor use within a light industrial environment.

Model

PT 2700

Minimum

Torque

Maximum

880 N∙m (650 lbf∙ft) 2700 N∙m (2000 lbf∙ft)

Free Speed

(At maximum air pressure)

Single speed MTS / AUT

5 rev/min 25 rev/min

PT 5500 / PT 5500 MTS 1200 N∙m (885 lbf∙ft) 5500 N∙m (4000 lbf∙ft) 2.5 rev/min 12.5 rev/min

PT 5500 AUT 1762 N∙m (1300 lbf∙ft) 5500 N∙m (4000 lbf∙ft) - 12.5 rev/min

FIGURE 16 – Small diameter tool

Model

PT 2700

PT 2700 MTS

PT 2700 AUT

PT 5500

PT 5500 MTS

PT 5500 AUT

A

108

108

108

119

119

119

B

437

524

506

512

598

581

Dimensions (mm)

C D minimum D maximum

140 469 498

140

140

556

538

585

567

154

154

154

566

652

635

592

678

661

Weight (kg)

Tool Reaction

14.5 2

18.0

18.0

2

2

17.9

21.4

21.4

4

4

4

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Standard Series

Model

PT 1

PT 1A

PT 2

PT 5

PT 6

PT 7

PT 9

PT 11

PT 12

PT 13

PT 14

PT 15

PT 16

PT 17

PT 18

160 N∙m

(120 lbf∙ft)

270 N∙m

(200 lbf∙ft)

515 N∙m

(380 lbf∙ft)

880 N∙m

(650 lbf∙ft)

880 N∙m

(650 lbf∙ft)

1762 N∙m

(1300 lbf∙ft)

2710 N∙m

(200 lbf∙ft)

4400 N∙m

(3250 lbf∙ft)

9500 N∙m

(7000 lbf∙ft)

13550 N∙m

(10000 lbf∙ft)

22375 N∙m

(16500 lbf∙ft)

35000 N∙m

(25825 lbf∙ft)

46500 N∙m

(34400 lbf∙ft)

58250 N∙m

(42990 lbf∙ft)

70000 N∙m

(51630 lbf∙ft)

Minimum

Torque

Maximum

Free Speed

(At maximum air pressure)

Single speed

MTS / AUT

Weight (kg)

Tool

Single speed

MTS /

AUT

680 N∙m

(500 lbf∙ft)

1200 N∙m

(900 lbf∙ft)

1700 N∙m

(1250 lbf∙ft)

3400 N∙m

(2500 lbf∙ft)

3400 N∙m

(2500 lbf∙ft)

6000 N∙m

(4500 lbf∙ft)

9500 N∙m

(7000 lbf∙ft)

20000 N∙m

(14700 lbf∙ft)

34000 N∙m

(25000 lbf∙ft)

47000 N∙m

(35000 lbf∙ft)

100000 N∙m

(73500 lbf∙ft)

150000 N∙m

(110500 lbf∙ft)

30 rev/min

15 rev/min

9 rev/min

5 rev/min

5 rev/min

2.5 rev/min

1.8 rev/min

1.2 rev/min

0.5 rev/min

0.3 rev/min

0.2 rev/min

0.1 rev/min

150 rev/min

75 rev/min

45 rev/min

25 rev/min

25 rev/min

12.5 rev/min

9 rev/min

6 rev/min

2.5 rev/min

1.5 rev/min

1 rev/min

0.5 rev/min

10.6

11.1

11.1

14.0

14.0

19.7

24.4

38.6

49.8

102.2

119.4

-

200000 N∙m

(147500 lbf∙ft) 0.08 rev/min

0.4 rev/min

250000 N∙m

(184500 lbf∙ft) 0.07 rev/min 0.35 rev/min

266.5

281.5

300000 N∙m

(221270 lbf∙ft) 0.06 rev/min

0.3 rev/min 376.5

14.1

14.6

14.6

17.5

17.5

23.2

27.9

42.1

53.3

105.7

122.9

-

270

285

380

Reaction

2.2

2.2

2.2

2.5

2.5

6.3

8.3

13.3

6.5

6.9

10.4

-

-

-

-

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FIGURE 17 – Standard series tool (smaller) FIGURE 18 – Standard series tool (larger)

Model

A

PT 7

PT 9

PT 11

PT 12

PT 13

PT 14

PT 15

PT 16

PT 17

PT 18

PT 1 (¾”) 108

PT 1 (1”)

PT 1A

PT 2

PT 5

PT 6

108

108

108

119

119

144

184

212

240

315

315

-

410

410

520

B

Dimensions (mm)

C minimum

Single speed MTS AUT

Single speed

MTS / AUT

555

593

636

724

-

780

853

850

368

373

373

373

424

430

457

452

454

459

459

459

510

516

543

538

641

679

716

810

-

866

939

936

437

442

442

442

493

499

526

521

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

83

83

83

83

83

83

146

169

-

C maximum

83

83

83

83

86

86

146

169

-

Blank plate

Blank plate

Blank plate

Application specific

Application specific

Application specific

Application specific

217

217

217

217

264

264

333

351

500

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.

B

FIGURE 19 – PT 15 – 18

17

18

TROUBLE SHOOTING

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

Problem

Tool output does not rotate when trigger pushed.

Likely Solutions

Check air supply is functioning & 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 sheared. See maintenance section to replace.

Tool does not stall.

Tool has not achieved torque, increase air pressure.

Fastener sheared or thread stripped.

Gear train or air motor is damaged.

GLOSSARY OF TERMS

Word or Term

Air pressure graph

Meaning

Graph supplied with Stall only tool to show air pressure setting against required torque.

AUT

CFM

Auto Two speed.

Cubic Feet per minute (ft³/m), a measure of air flow.

BSP

Lubro Control Unit

MTS

Pneutorque

®

Reaction Arm

British Standard Pipe, this is a thread size.

Unit to provide filtering and lubrication along with pressure regulation.

Included with some tools.

Manual Two Speed.

Product name.

Device to counteract applied torque.

19

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 2006

OPERATOR’S MANUAL

PNEUTORQUE

®

STANDARD & SMALL DIAMETER SERIES

STALL TOOLS

Part Number 34317 | Issue 4 | Original Instructions (English)

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