BAND-IT S75099 Pneumatic Junior Clamp Application Tool

BAND-IT S75099 Pneumatic Junior Clamp Application Tool
Owner’s Manual
and Tool Operating
Instructions
S75099 Pneumatic
Junior Clamp
Application Tool
BAND-IT-IDEX, Inc.
A Unit of IDEX Corporation
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S75099 Pneumatic
Junior Clamp
Application Tool
Table of
Contents
Page
Information
2
Table of Contents
3
Safety Guidelines and Warranty
4
Tool Performance and Overview
5
Air System Requirements
6
Tool Installation, Precautions
7-8
Setting Controls and Tool Operation
9
Installing Junior Clamps
10
Trouble Shooting Guide
11
Preventative Maintenance
12
Replacement Service Parts Identification
13-14
Replacement Service Parts
15
Optional Reference Gauge
16
Factory Services
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S75099 Pneumatic
Junior Clamp
Application Tool
Warranty
and Safety
For Warranty information visit the following URL
www.BAND-IT-IDEX.com/Warranty.html
Use of the S75099 without proper filtration and lubrication will void the warranty.
See section on air system requirements for details.
Safety Guidelines:
•
Read this manual and become familiar with the tool before installing any clamps.
•
Protective eyewear should be worn when connecting and disconnecting the tool to
compressed air sources and during operation.
•
Wear appropriate gloves for handling steel while operating this tool, applying steel
clamps and removing the scrap clamp tail.
•
Tool should be firmly mounted to an adequate support surface.
•
Clamp tensioning or clamp tail retrieval can be immediately stopped by releasing
pressure from the foot pedal.
•
When applying clamps, care should be taken to insure fingers and loose clothing are
not in contact with the clamp being applied.
•
Never attempt to clamp objects which have the potential to burst, shatter or
otherwise cause bodily harm.
•
Disconnect air supply prior to maintenance and disassembly of tool components.
•
Liquids such as soaps and solvents should never be put directly into the airlines or
allowed to circulate through the tool.
•
Additional Safety messages are included as part of the tool operation and clamp
installation sections.
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Tool
Performance
and Overview
S75099 Pneumatic
Junior Clamp
Application Tool
•
The S75099 has been designed to tension, set the Junior style lock and cut-off the
remaining scrap clamp tail of Junior Smooth I.D. and standard Junior preformed clamps.
BAND-IT manufactures Junior style clamps using galvanized carbon steel, Type 201
Stainless Steel and Type 316 Stainless Steel. Clamp widths are available from ¼” to ¾”
wide and available diameter clamps range from 13/16” to as large as 8”. All clamps can be
easily installed on hose assemblies or objects chosen by the operator using the BAND-IT
S75099 air tool.
•
During the operator controlled cycle, the S75099 Air Tool will tension the clamp around the
object by pulling the band through the buckle until the desired tension is achieved. If the
cycle is allowed to continue, the tool will release an amount of tension pressure
automatically, switching to a lower holding pressure. This pressure drop is in preparation for
manually setting the lock and shearing the excess clamp tail by operating the cut-off
handle*. The completion of each clamp includes setting the lock while simultaneously cutting
off the excess, scrap clamp tail. The finished lock should be even with the height of the
buckle thickness, have a smooth edge with no sharp burrs while maintaining the low profile
of the Junior style buckle.
*Important operational note! The S75099 tool directs compressed air through a foot pedal
control to cycle the tool and complete the installation of BAND-IT Junior style clamps. The
foot pedal has a dual action, forward (toe) and reverse (heel). During normal operation, the
operator should fully depress the foot pedal forward (toe), not removing this pedal pressure
until the cycle has completed, including the assembly roll up and clamp tail cut-off. Upon
completion of the lock, the heel of the foot pedal should then be depressed causing the
clamp tail to be positioned in the band slot, ready for removal from the tool by the operator.
•
Operating tip: Operation can be stopped at any time by removing the operators foot
completely from the foot pedal control, however, this will affect the tension applied to the
clamp. If cycle is ended prematurely, prior to hose assembly roll-up, depress the heel side
of the foot pedal to remove the hose assembly from the tool or momentarily allow the air
system to stabilize and resume the clamping cycle by pressing the foot pedal control
forward. If the roll-up cycle has already been initiated, re-tensioning the clamp will result in
the tail being overstressed and breaking prematurely before the lock can be formed.
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S75099 Pneumatic
Junior Clamp
Application Tool
Air System
Requirements
Important: For proper tool performance, air requirements for S75099 should be:
Line Pressure - 100psi minimum,150 psi maximum (7.0 – 10.5 kg/cm2, 689 – 1034 kPa)
Volume - should be 3-5 CFM
Air Delivery system - ¼”minimum diameter airline with a ¼”N.P.T. connection.
Filtration – Follow typical filtration requirements of air operated equipment. Standard filtering
systems should be located no further than 30’ from this tool in addition to the supplemental
system supplied at the back of the tool as shown below. This BAND-IT supplied system
includes a filter and lubricator. Lubricator should be refilled with DTE 24 hydraulic oil. The
oil drip-rate can be verified by repeated full cycling the tool. One drop should fall in the sight
glass within 10-25 cycles. Excess oil will not benefit tool life and may lead to blockage of air
mufflers and a dirty environment.
Serial #
decal
location
View of the back side of the S75099 showing the
supplemental filtering and lubrication system as well as
the ¼” N.P.T. air connection with typical quick connect
coupling.
Warning: The lubricator should be refilled with DTE 24 hydraulic
oil only. The use of other oils may cause damage to the system.
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S75099 Pneumatic
Junior Clamp
Application Tool
Tool Installation
And Precautions
Tool Installation
1)
Recommended work bench height is 34” – 40”. This height is suggested as the optimum
range for operator comfort and safety during typical clamp applications. Locate and
securely mount the tool on a solid surface making sure of ample clearance on both left and
right sides for handling hose assemblies of various lengths.
2)
The air tool should be firmly secured as close to the front edge of the work station as
possible using the angled mounting brackets supplied with the tool. This position will reduce
interference of hose assemblies during clamp application. Mount the tool using 5/16”
diameter fastening hardware (not supplied with tool). Check hardware for tightness
regularly.
3)
Hardware may loosen during shipment. Loose fastening hardware will adversely affect tool
operation, specifically the cut off operation. All fasteners securing the tool cover,
pneumatics, head assembly, blade assembly, cut-off handle and mounting hardware should
be checked for tightness regularly and re-tensioned as needed.
4)
Use of the S75099 without properly maintained filtration and lubrication will cause clamp
tensioning problems and void the warranty.
Clamp Installation: Precautions
Operators should understand that a tighter clamp keeps the fitting more secure, but excess tension
could damage the hose assembly. The fitting stem must have prominent barbs for proper retention
inside the hose, but barbs must not be sharp to prevent cutting into the hose. Hose, fitting and
clamp must be compatible with each other and the intended working environment. If in doubt,
consult the hose or fitting manufacturer or call BAND-IT.
Clamping objects other than hose require similar precautions.
CAUTION: Improperly tightened clamps may result in dangerous hose assemblies, which could
cause injuries or property damage.
CAUTION: Abuse or use of 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. Repair or replace at the slightest sign of
damage or deterioration.
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Setting Controls
and Tool
Operation
S75099 Pneumatic
Junior Clamp
Application Tool
Air pressure setting can be made using the regulators
and gauges on face of the tool.
Dual function foot control valve. Pressing forward
activates clamp installation. Heel action activates tail
return and prepares for next clamp.
Rule:
Always approach the pull-up pressure setting from below and the holding pressure
setting from above the recommended value.
Rule:
Gauge readings are to be used as a guide. It may be necessary to adjust the Pull-Up
and Holding Pressure settings to match the requirements of the particular hose
assembly construction or application.
1.
Speed Control adjusts the the speed of piston travel during tensioning of the band clamp. A
slower setting will allow more time while a faster setting may cause increased friction
between the band and the buckle as the clamp tail is pulled through the buckle during
tensioning. Increased friction may cause the clamp to tension improperly.
2.
Setting the Speed Control: The speed of the cycle should be set according to the width of
Junior Clamp being tensioned. Each width clamp has a color code setting on the speed
control regulator. See this manual page # 8 or the decal on the side of the tool. Use the
attached lock ring to secure the desired setting and prevent accidental changes.
3.
Pull-up Pressure reflects the tension applied to the clamp and is measured by force applied
to the clamp tail being pulled through the buckle. A pull-up pressure setting too low may
allow the fitting to be forced out of the hose assembly. A setting too high may cause
damage to the assembly or cause the clamp tail to tear. For most hose applications, the
ideal setting is as high as can be achieved without sacrificing the strength of the lock,
damaging the hose and fitting or breaking the clamp tail.
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Setting Controls
and Tool
Operation
S75099 Pneumatic
Junior Clamp
Application Tool
4.
Setting Pull-up Pressure: Pull the identified regulator knob and turn clockwise to reach pullup pressure. Approach pressure setting from below by increasing pressure. Many factors
should be considered when choosing the correct operating setting for the tool. The fitting
design as well as the type, thickness and durometer of the hose material must be
considered when setting the correct pressures for your assembly.
5.
Holding Pressure reflects a lower pressure designed to allow the hose assembly to be rolled
up in preparation for setting the lock with the shearing or cutting action on the clamp tail. A
setting too low will cause difficulty in shearing the clamp tail and leaving an excessive burr
on the buckle at the point of lock. A setting too high may cause the clamp tail to “pop” free
of the band gripper, cause the lock to slip back under the buckle or cause a sudden jolt to
the S75099 tool.
6.
Setting Holding Pressure: Cycle the tool, holding the foot pedal in the toe forward position.
The tool will reach pull-up tension and kick down to a holding pressure. Read the gauge
and repeat the cycle turning the holding regulator clockwise to raise pressure or counter
clockwise to lower pressure. Allow the tool to settle after each cycle before reading the value
on the gauge.
7.
Check pressure setting by cycling tool until hold pressure gauge stops.
8.
Reset tool by depressing heel end of foot pedal. Remove foot.
9.
Repeat steps 2, 4, 6, and 7. At pressure kick down, verify all settings and adjust if
necessary. Lock settings in place.
Rule: Allow air to completely exhaust between each stage of the tools cycle. Failure
to let air completely exhaust may result in clamps not pulling up tight.
Guide for Operating Pressures for the S75099 Air tool
Clamp Width 201 Stainless Steel
Holding
Pull Up
Pressure Pressure
Inch
(PSI)
(PSI)
1/4" (6.4mm)
15
4
Speed
Control
Setting
Blue
316 Stainless Steel
Pull Up
Holding
Pressure Pressure
(PSI)
(PSI)
15
4
Speed
Control
Setting
Blue
Galvanized Carbon Steel
Pull Up
Holding
Speed
Pressure Pressure Control
(PSI)
(PSI)
Setting
NA
NA
NA
3/8" (7.5mm)
25
5 White
20
5 White
25
6 Blue
1/2" (12.7mm)
40
6 White
35
6 White
40
7 White
5/8" (15.9mm)
50
7 Red
40
7 Red
50
8 White
3/4" (19.1mm)
60
8 Red
50
8 Red
60
9 Red
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S75099 Pneumatic
Junior Clamp
Application Tool
Trouble Shooting
Guide
Problem
Probable Cause
Correction
Sharp or scarred edges on clamp. Metal
deposits on underside of tail at buckle
edge.
Loose or broken cutter blade /
backing plate. Sharp edge on cutter
blade due to w ear
Tail is broken at approximately 45°. Clamp
material stretched or thinned at break.
Clamp pulls in a jerky manner.
Pull-up pressure exceeds the
strength of the band clamp.
Clamp not inserted properly.
Remove and examine the cutterblade kit f or
chips, cracks, excessive w ear or material
build-up. Lightly hone w ith a medium grit India
stone to polish the leading surfaces. Alw ays
replace components as a kit, not individually.
Fully tighten included hardw are.
Reduce pull-up pressure to the suggested
range. Adjust low er if necessary.
Insert clamp straight and level.
Pull-up cylinder needs lubrication
Check filter / lubricator, fill to proper level.
Loose or w orn cutter blade kit on
head
Teeth on band gripper lever are
chipped, filled w ith metal build up or
have excessive w ear
Pressure settings too high
Check and tighten all hardw are.
Clamp tail slips in band gripper lever.
Clamp tail catches as heel of foot pedal is
depressed and cylinder is returned for
next clamp cycle.
Tool doesn't cut-off clamp.
Tool takes excessive time for clamp pullup.
Clamp tail cannot be inserted into tool.
Remove and examine band gripper lever. Clean
or replace as necessary.
Settings are a guide, it may be necessary to
low er pressure settings.
Gripper spring stretched out
Replace spring. Alw ays replace gripper lever
and spring as a set.
Tripper plate stuck or broken
Examine, clean and lube the tripper plate.
Clamp tension or pull up pressure is
1) Re-cycle tool 2) Cycle tool keeping foot
set low and has not yielded the band. control toe end depressed. 3) To remove
This may be necessary depending
clamp tail, reach under piston rod and locate
upon the type of hose construction.
band gripper lever. 4) Pull lever forw ard,
reaching under w ith pliers to grasp tail and
carefully remove tail. (Never position fingers
anyw here but on gripper lever, keep foot
control valve depressed f orw ard w hile
w orking in this area).
Loose or broken cutter blade
Tighten or replace cutter blade.
Low pressure on incoming air supply Check and adjust incoming air supply. Note:
Minimum supply pressure is 75 PSI.
Air leaks f rom loose connection or
Remove tool cover. Examine all air
w orn parts
connections, tighten loose connections and /
or replace w orn parts.
Speed Control regulator set tool low
Adjust setting per instructions in this manual or
side panels decal.
Previous clamp tail has not been
removed
Tripper plate may be broken or
binding.
Remove clamp tail f rom tool
Remove, inspect, clean and lubricate or
replace tripper plate.
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S75099 Pneumatic
Junior Clamp
Application Tool
Preventative
Maintenance
1.
For proper functioning of the S75099 air tool, a filter / lubricator must be used on the air
supply within 30 feet of the air tool. The warranty is voided if a filter / lubricator is not used.
2.
Before using air tool, check to see that the blade and backing plate are fully tensioned.
3.
Clean gripper occasionally. Metal particles and dirt on the gripper lever can cause it to slip
off the clamp tail. To remove gripper lever, loosen set screw in the head assembly from
underneath the block and tap out pin.
Maintenance Checklist
Component
Check
Action
Frequency
Clamp Head
Check for loose mounting
screws
Check working edge for
wear or damage
Tighten all screws and fasteners
Daily
replace if necessary
Daily
Check to see if blade is
loose or has any broken or
chipped edges
Check for build-up of dirt,
etc. Check for low,
contaminated or discolored
lubricant
Tighten all screws and fasteners. Replace Daily
if necessary
Gripper Lever
Check for build-up of dirt,
etc., in teeth and check
spring for tension.
Cylinder
Check for build-up of dirt,
contaminants externally on
piston rod seals
Remove and clean with small pointed
Every 2,000 clamps
object - knife blade, etc. Replace as
necessary with new gripper and new spring
as a kit.
Clean with soap and warm water
6 Months
Tripper Plate
Check for cracks, build-up
of dirt, contaminants
Check for build-up of dirt,
contaminants, etc.
Check for tight connection
Shear hook
Cutter Blade and
Backing Plate
Filter / Lubricator
Air Exhaust Mufflers
Drain and clean with soap and water.
Refill with hydraulic oil. Set drip rate to 1
drop each 10-25 cycles
Clean and apply a light coating of moly
grease or equivalent
Remove and clean with non-flammable
degreaser
Tension as necessary
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6 Months
6 Months
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Replacement
Service Parts
Identification
S75099 Pneumatic
Junior Clamp
Application Tool
Production tools will experience wear of specific parts. Preventative Maintenance, including
regular cleaning, lubrication and checking all fasteners for tension will reduce the replacement
frequency of these parts.
1) S45799 Gripper kit – Always replace all components as a kit including the spring.
2) J93099 Cutter Blade, Backing Plate Kit – Always replace all components as a kit
including new bolts.
3) J00587 Shear Hook
4) S45087 Clamp Tail Tripper Plate
Tension Air
Pressure
Gage
Holding Air
Pressure
Gage
Tension
Pressure
Regulator
Clamp
Tension
Speed
Control
Holding
Pressure
Regulator
Shear Hook
Tension Cylinder
Cutter Blade,
Backing Plate, and
Gripper Assembly
Cut-off
Handle
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S75099 Pneumatic
Junior Clamp
Application Tool
Installing
Clamps
Installing BAND-IT Junior and Junior Smooth I.D. Clamps:
1)
Choose correct material type, band width and diameter clamp to best satisfy the
needs of the application. Adjust air pressure settings per S75099 tool specifications
per page 8.
2)
Installation of two BAND-IT Junior style clamps per hose end is suggested. Place
clamps over hose, then install fitting. Note the location of the fitting’s hose barbs in
order to locate clamps between barbs for maximum fitting retention. The buckle
locations of each clamp should be applied opposite of each other to increase
resistance to leak paths.
3)
Insert the clamp tail fully into the nose of the tool with the buckle on top. Position
the hose assembly inside the clamp in the desired location.
4)
Depress the toe end of the foot pedal control to tension clamp, keeping the toe end
down until the clamp has been fully tensioned, locked and cut-off is complete.
Caution: If an oversized clamp is used on the assembly, the piston may travel it’s
full length and bottom out against the cylinder wall. The tool will sense full pressure
and switch to the lower Holding Pressure setting but clamp will not be as tight as
required! The clamp should be removed from the tool by pressing the heel of the
foot pedal and the operator will need to cut off excess clamp tail, leaving 4 “
attached for inserting back into the tool head and taking another grip of clamp tail.
Cycle tool as explained above.
5)
The clamp has now been fully tensioned and is ready to be completed. Allow the
tool to cycle into the cut-off mode and fully bleed off until holding pressure is
attained. Roll up the hose assembly to position the buckle under the Shear Hook in
the head assembly. Using a strong quick pulling action, pull the cut-off handle which
will cause the shear hook to generate a strong downward pressure on the buckle.
For a moment, just prior to the cut-off, the buckle will be wedged between the shear
hook and the backing plate at the mouth of the band slot.
6)
Depress the heel end of the foot pedal and retrieve the clamp tail from beneath the
tool head.
Important advice and warning to user, read notes on page 6 before
applying clamps.
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Junior Clamp
Application Tool
Replacement
Service Parts
Installation Instructions for the J93099 Cutter Blade Kit
*Components of this kit are a
dimensionally matched set. You may
have parts that look similar, but they
are different dimensionally if received
prior to May 1, 2004. Parts received
before May 1, 2004 should be
discarded.
1.
2.
3.
Remove old Cutter Blade Screws,
Cutter Blade and Backing Plate and
discard.
Installation Tip: This kit contains multiple sets of
screws with varying lengths. Choose the correct
length screw for your application. Threads should
protrude through the Cutter Blade by less than ¼” .
Operating Tip: Keep the bolts tight. A loose bolt
may cause cracking or premature wear of the
Cutter Blade or Backing Plate. This could result in
improper clamp tensioning, locking and cutting of
excess clamp tail.
Operating Tip: Keep the leading edges of the
See illustrations to determine the
Cutter Blade and Backing Plate free of metal
correct positions for correct component shavings. Metal shavings will result in clamp
assembly.
material gauging during tensioning. By hand, DO
NOT USE POWER TOOLS, clean and hone the
Hold Cutter Blade and Backing Plate
leading edges. Honing should polish surfaces, not
together, insert screws and tighten.
remove material.
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Junior Clamp
Application Tool
Replacement
Service Parts
S45799 Gripper and Spring Kit Installation Instructions
1.
Extend the tool piston fully
forward. The gripper pin should
be visible through the access
hole.
2.
Disconnect air from the tool.
3.
Loosen set screw and
disconnect gripper spring.
4.
Tap out gripper pin, remove
old gripper and replace with
new.
5.
Connect new spring between
gripper and spring pin.
Gripper Pin
and Access
Hole
Gripper
Spring
Set
Screw
Gripper
Shear Hook and Handle Assembly
Cut-Off
Handle
S11589
To remove handle, loosen the
2 set screws and tap out pin.
Handle
Pin
Shear
Hook
J00587
Shear
Hook Pin
Set
Screws
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Optional
Reference
Gauge
S75099 Pneumatic
Junior Clamp
Application Tool
Wood
Screws (3x)
Remote Reference Gauge Kit
BAND-IT Part Number S67199
Front Cylinder
Port
Union Tee
Remote Air
Gauge, 0-160 PSI
Remove Plug and
Insert Tube From
Air Gauge
Tube From Union
Tee on Line “K”
Female
Connector
The Remote Reference Air Gauge will read air pressure in the front of the cylinder for both pull-up and holding
pressures. To read gauge: When tensioning a clamp, the maximum pressure the gauge reads during the cycle is the
pull-up pressure. After the tool switches over to the lower pressure holding cycle and before the clamp is rolled up in
preparation for lock, the pressure shown is the holding pressure.
For Tool with a Union Tee Installed at Line “K”:
1.
Shut off air supply to tool. Completely bleed air tool system.
2.
Remove plug from union tee. Connect the tube from the remote air gauge to the port the plug was removed
from.
3.
Add sealant to the threads of the female connector and attach to the remote air gauge. Mount gauge in desired
location either using the 3 wood screws supplied or fasting hardware appropriate for the material the gauge is
to be mounted to.
For Tool without a Union Tee Installed at Line “K”:
1.
Shut off air supply to tool. Completely bleed air tool system.
2.
Cut tube line “K” 2 inches from front cylinder port. Insert supplied union tee between cut ends. Connect the tube
from the remote air gauge to the union tee.
3.
Add sealant to the threads of the female connector and attach to the remote air gauge. Mount gauge in desired
location either using the 3 wood screws supplied or fasting hardware appropriate for the material the gauge is
to be mounted to.
BAND-IT-IDEX, Inc.
A Unit of IDEX Corporation
4799 Dahlia Street Denver,
www.BAND-IT-IDEX.com
CO 80216-3070 USA
P: 1-800-525-0758 F: 1-800-624-3925
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S75099 Pneumatic
Junior Clamp
Application Tool
Factory Services
Additional Factory Support and Tool Service:
The BAND-IT S75099 Air Tool requires periodic maintenance. The frequency of significant
repairs can be greatly reduced by following a simple, regular, preventative maintenance such as
maintaining tension on fasteners and proper lubrication as outlined in this manual. If this tool
needs either a minor repair / factory tune up or major repair / complete overhaul, it should be
returned to BAND-IT in Denver. The extent of a minor repair or overhaul is outlined below.
In addition to available service parts, BAND-IT has additional factory service available. Service
charges in addition to parts replacement charges will be invoiced if tool is not covered by our
warranty. Please visit our website for our warranty information.
www.BAND-IT-IDEX.com/Warranty.html
Minor Repair / Factory Tune Up
1.
Test and inspect tool to determine source of problem.
2.
Clean exterior of tool.
3.
Replace worn or damaged, external expendable parts*.
4.
Adjust, test, and inspect.
Major Repair / Complete Overhaul
1.
Totally dismantle tool and clean all parts.
2.
Refinish external parts such as castings, cylinder, etc.
3.
Inspect all parts for wear and damage. Replace as needed*.
4.
Replace all expendable parts* such as gaskets, O-rings.
5.
Reassemble, adjust, test, and inspect.
*Parts replaced are invoiced at current parts prices.
BAND-IT-IDEX, Inc.
A Unit of IDEX Corporation
4799 Dahlia Street Denver,
WWW.CABLEJOINTS.CO.UK
THORNE & DERRICK UK
www.BAND-IT-IDEX.com
CO 80216-3070 USA
P: 1-800-525-0758 F: 1-800-624-3925
TEL 0044 191 490 1547 FAX 0044 477 5371
TEL 0044 117 977 4647 FAX 0044 977 5582
WWW.THORNEANDDERRICK.CO.UK
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