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2 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE SAFE BOLTING THE SAFE HANDLING AND OPERATION OF MODERN POWERED TORQUING TOOLS Produced by

3 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE 2 The following material is intended to make you aware of the commonly accepted and recognized principles and methods used in assembling bolted joints. However, every possible application of these methods cannot be foreseen and these general guidelines do not supersede any other applicable rules or regulations. ALWAYS FOLLOW CURRENT COMPANY AND LOCAL SAFETY RULES AND PROCEDURES WHEN PERFORMING ANY OF THE WORK DESCRIBED IN THIS PRESENTATION.

4 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE 10 to 1… HYTORC’s vs any other brand Hundreds of Industries Thousands of Applications World’s Largest Manufacturer of Precision Bolting Tools World’s Largest Manufacturer of Precision Bolting Tools

5 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Lead the industry by example through innovative tool designs and safety-sensitive methods. Promote safety as the primary justification for customers to invest in its products. Educate its customers, their employees and contractors, and the general public in why and how to improve safety in their bolting operations regardless of their tooling choices. Influence business associations, training schools, safety departments, government and industrial standards agencies to adopt and require safer bolting practices for their constituents. SAFETY MISSION STATEMENT As the world leader in precision industrial bolting technology Hytorc endorses the improvement of bolting safety and commits to:

6 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE SAFE BOLTING TABLE OF CONTENTS HYDRAULIC WRENCHES SQUARE-DRIVE TOOLS LIMITED-CLEARANCE TOOLS SAFELY USING THE TOOLSUSING HYDRAULIC PUMPS ELECTRIC PUMPS AIR PUMPS SYSTEM OPERATION TIPS AND TROUBLE- SHOOTINGAND TROUBLE- SHOOTING NEW TOOLS & ACCESSORIES SOCKET SAFETY Click an item to view or use the space bar to advance CHARTS AND HELPS THANK YOU FOR PURCHASING

7 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE NOW LET’S REVIEW THE TOOLS

8 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Use Personal Protective Equipment

9 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Many Kinds of Bolting Tools impact guns bolt heaters tensioners cheater bars Hydraulic Wrench

10 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE POWER IN A SMALL SIZE PRECISE CONTROL AND REPEATABILITY VERSATILITY Modern Hydraulic Wrenches

11 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Two Basic Styles Square Drive Socket Style Wrench with Adjustable Reaction Arm Narrow Clearance Style with Interchangeable Ratcheting Links

12 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Choosing The Right Wrench DOES IT FIT? DOES IT HAVE ENOUGH POWER? Click here to return to Table of Contents, or use the space bar to advance

13 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE The Square Drive Wrench

14 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Torque Ranges by Wrench Size 1K 5K10K15K20K RECCOMENDED MAX TORQUERESERVE MAX TORQUERES. MAXRES. MAX TORQUE A-1 A-3 A-5 A-10 A-20 Torque in 000’S FT/LBS Click here to return to Table of Contents, or use the space bar to advance

15 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Narrow Clearance Wrench

16 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE 2K 7K15K 20K RECCOMENDED MAX TORQUERESERVE MAX TORQUERES. MAXRES. MAX TORQUE S-2 S-4 S-8 S-14 S-22 Torque in 000’S FT/LBS The same rules apply to the torque ranges of the Narrow Clearance Wrenches Click here to return to Table of Contents, or use the space bar to advance

17 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Questions for Review The power output of a hydraulic wrench depends on the diameter of its piston and what other factor? How is that power regulated and controlled? How does one change the direction of a square drive wrench from tighten to loosen? How does one change the direction of a narrow clearance wrench from tighten to loosen? Output power is function of the diameter of the piston and the pressure per square inch of hydraulic fluid. The pressure is controlled by adjusting the pressure regulator on the pump. Remove the drive and place it in the opposite side of the wrench. Turn the wrench over. Click here to return to Table of Contents, or use the space bar to advance

18 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Questions for Review To minimize “side loading” of a stud, the reaction arm of the tool should rest in the same plane as the nut? Why is it generally a good practice to use only up to about ¾ of the capacity of a wrench to tighten? True or False True: The reaction arm should abut a solid surface in the same plane as the nut, or as close as possible. Generally it will take more power to break a nut or bolt loose than it did to tighten it. In order to use the same wrench for both, it is usually advisable to not use the entire capacity of the wrench to tighten. Click here to return to Table of Contents, or use the space bar to advance

19 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Principles & Types of Hydraulic Pumps Click here to return to Table of Contents, or use the space bar to advance

20 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Electric Powered Pumps Click here to return to Table of Contents, or use the space bar to advance

21 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Air Powered Pumps Click here to return to Table of Contents, or use the space bar to advance

22 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE System Operation Click here to return to Table of Contents, or use the space bar to advance

23 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Questions for Review It would be a good idea to use an electric powered hydraulic pump in an oil refinery because compressed air is not usually available. Setting an accurate pump pressure is more important for tightening or for loosening? False. Most refinery vessels contain flammable liquids or gases. Use of electric motors is not a good idea. An air powered pump is preferred. Tightening. Loosening only requires enough pressure to break the nut loose but accuracy is not important. True or False:

24 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Questions for Review Can I tell by looking, if the hydraulic oil is still serviceable? How? Which is the appropriate way to set pump pressure? Lower to higher Higher to lower It doesn’t matter Yes. Generally if the oil is clear and amber colored it is good. Lower to higher. This has to do with how gauges accurately measure pressure. Click here to return to Table of Contents, or use the space bar to advance

25 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE SAFELY OPERATING HYDRAULIC TORQUE WRENCHES AVANTI (SQUARE DRIVE) WRENCHES STEALTH (NARROW CLEARANCE) WRENCHES Click here to return to table of contents (SELECT TYPE OF WRENCH)

26 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Safely Operating a Hydraulic Wrench

27 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE TORQUE CHART for B-7 STUDS Bolt Dia.Nut A/F Torque (Ft/Lbs) 1"1-5/8" 876 1-1/4"2" 11 1-1/2"2-3/8“ 2 1-3/4"2-3 4735 2" 7069 2 3-1/2“ 10064 2-1/2"3-7/8" 13806

28 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Tightening this nut and bolt 1-1/4” B-7 stud 2” Nut TORQUE CHART for B-7 STUDS Bolt Dia.Nut A/F Torque (Ft/Lbs) 1"1-5/8" 876 1-1/4"2" 1165 1-1/2"2-3/8“ 1-3/4"2-3/4“ 5 2"3 7069 2-1/4" 10064 2-1/2"3-7/8" 13806 1165 lbs. 1 foot

29 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Pressure-Torque Chart 4,000 PSI = 1166 Ft. Lbs Outer Scale – PSI Inner Scale - BAR SETTING PUMP PRESSURE USING AVANTI-3 TOOL DESIRED TORQUE = 1165 FT/LBS PRESSURE = 4,000 PSI

30 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Safely Operating a Hydraulic Wrench Click here to return to Table of Contents, or use the space bar to advance

31 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Safely Operating a Narrow Clearance Hydraulic Wrench

32 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE TORQUE CHART for B-7 STUDS Bolt Dia.Nut A/F Torque (Ft/Lbs) 1"1-5/8" 876 1-1/4"2" 11 1-1/2"2-3/8“ 2 1-3/4"2-3 4735 2" 7069 2 3-1/2“ 10064 2-1/2"3-7/8" 13806

33 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Tightening this nut and bolt 1-1/4” B-7 stud 2” Nut TORQUE CHART for B-7 STUDS Bolt Dia.Nut A/F Torque (Ft/Lbs) 1"1-5/8" 876 1-1/4"2" 1165 1-1/2"2-3/8“ 1-3/4"2-3/4“ 5 2"3 7069 2-1/4" 10064 2-1/2"3-7/8" 13806 1165 lbs. 1 foot

34 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Pressure-Torque Chart 6,200 PSI = 1166 Ft. Lbs Outer Scale – PSI Inner Scale - BAR SETTING PUMP PRESSURE USING STEALTH-2 TOOL DESIRED TORQUE = 1165 FT/LBS PRESSURE = 6,200 PSI

35 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Safely Operating a Narrow-Clearance Hydraulic Wrench Click here to return to Table of Contents, or use the space bar to advance

36 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE Questions for Review The wrench will stall when it has reached the target torque corresponding to the preset pressure? If 2500 p.s.i. will produce 300 ft/lbs of torque with a given wrench, how much torque will result at 7500 p.s.i. with that same wrench? A nut won’t come loose at the same pressure it was tightened with. What should be done? What if it doesn’t move at 10,000 p.s.i.? True. It is not necessary to watch the gauge or to stop advancing the pump at a certain pressure. 900 ft/lbs. The relationship between pressure and torque is essentially linear, allowing you to interpolate values in the pressure/torque table. You will need a larger wrench with more power. Click here to return to Table of Contents, or use the space bar to advance Turn up the pressure. True or False

37 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE THANK YOU ! Click here to return to table of contents

38 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE TIPS AND TROUBLESHOOTING TOOL LOCKED ON PUMP PRESSURIZES BUT TOOL WON'T ADVANCE PUMP MOTOR RUNS BUT WON'T BUILD PRESSURE PUMP MOTOR "CLICKS" BUT WON'T START AIR MOTOR RUNS SLOWLY OR PUMP WON'T CYCLE PUMP WON'T BUILD FULL PRESSURE OR NEEDLE BOUNCESPUMP WON'T BUILD FULL PRESSURE OR NEEDLE BOUNCES Click on an item to view or press space bar to advance Click here to return to table of contents

39 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE TIPS AND TROUBLESHOOTING (ELECTRIC PUMP MOTOR “CLICKS” BUT WILL NOT START) PROBLEM: –ELECTRIC PUMP MOTOR WILL NOT START BUT YOU CAN HEAR A “CLICK” WHEN THE REMOTE IS PRESSED PROBABLE CAUSES/CURES: –INSUFFICIENT VOLTAGE/AMPERAGE DELIVERED CHECK VOLTAGE AND MAKE SURE ON 20 AMP CIRCUIT ELIMINATE EXTENSION CORDS OR ENSURE AT LEAST 12 GAUGE CORD IS USED –LOOSE WIRE IN REMOTE CONTROL OR CIRCUIT BOX CONSULT YOUR ON-SITE ELECTRICIAN CALL YOUR SALES REP, OR 1-800-367-4986 FOR ASSISTANCE OR FURTHER DIAGNOSIS Click here to return to TIPS Or press space bar to advance

40 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE TIPS AND TROUBLESHOOTING (PUMP WILL NOT BUILD PRESSURE) PROBLEM: –PUMP MOTOR RUNS BUT WILL NOT BUILD PRESSURE ON THE GAUGE PROBABLE CAUSES/CURES: –NO OIL IN THE PUMP CHECK OIL AND REFILL IF NEEDED – DO NOT RUN DRY! –GAUGE CONNECTOR LOOSE CHECK AND RE-TIGHTEN GAUGE CONNECTOR –DAMAGE TO ELECTRIC SOLENOID OR AIR VALVE –LOOSE WIRE IN REMOTE CONTROL OR DAMAGE TO AIR CAPILLARY TUBES CALL YOUR SALES REP, OR 1-800-367-4986 FOR ASSISTANCE OR FURTHER DIAGNOSIS Click here to return to TIPS Or press space bar to advance

41 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE TIPS AND TROUBLESHOOTING (PUMP PRESSURIZES BUT TOOL WON’T ADVANCE) PROBLEM: –PUMP PRESSURIZES, HOSES STIFFEN BUT TOOL WON’T MOVE) PROBABLE CAUSE: –ONE OR MORE OF THE CHECK-BALL CONNECTORS HAS LOOSENED OR WAS NOT TIGHTENED FULLY CURE: –RE-CHECK THE TIGHTNESS OF THE CONNECTORS BOTH AT TOOL AND AT THE PUMP –PUSH THE HOSE INTO THE COUPLING AND FINGER- TIGHTEN THE THREADED COLLAR. DO NOT USE TOOLS, AS YOU WILL BEND THE COLLAR AND MAKE FUTURE CONNECTIONS DIFFICULT! Click here to return to TIPS Or press space bar to advanceSlide 5Slide 5

42 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE TIPS AND TROUBLESHOOTING (AIR PUMP RUNS SLOWLY OR WILL NOT RELEASE PRESSURE) PROBLEM: –AIR PUMP BUILDS PRESSURE VERY SLOWLY OR WILL NOT RELEASE PRESSURE WHEN THE BUTTON IS RELEASED PROBABLE CAUSES/CURES: –LOW AIR PRESSURE OR VOLUME ENSURE 100 PSI - ¾” MIN. AIR LINE - 50 CU.FT./MINUTE FLOW –AIR LEAKS OR RESTRICTIONS CHECK AIR CONNECTIONS, HOSES AND F.R.L FOR PROBLEMS –MUFFLER CLOGGED UNSCREW MUFFLER AND CLEAN CHECK FOR FROZEN WATER VAPOR IN COLD WEATHER, IF SO ENSURE THAT F.R.L IS CLEAR AND OPERATING PROPERLY EVACUATE AIR SUPPLY HOSE OF AIR OR WATER BUILDUP Click here to return to TIPS Or press space bar to advance

43 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE TIPS AND TROUBLESHOOTING (PUMP WON’T BUILD FULL PRESSURE OR NEEDLE BOUNCES) PROBLEM: –PUMP WON’T BUILD FULL 10,000 PSI OR NEEDLE WILL NOT HOLD STEADY AT THE PRE-SET PRESSURE PROBABLE CAUSES/CURES: –EXTERNAL OIL LEAK CHECK FOR ANY ESCAPING OIL FROM PUMP, CONNECTORS, HOSES OR –INTERNAL OIL LEAK IN EITHER TOOLS OR PUMP DISCONNECT THE HOSE FROM THE PUMP. IF PROBLEM GOES AWAY THEN THE LEAK IS IN THE TOOL IF PROBLEM PERSISTS, INTERNAL PUMP SEALS ARE LEAKING CALL YOUR SALES REP, OR 1-800-367-4986 FOR ASSISTANCE OR FURTHER DIAGNOSIS Click here to return to TIPS Or press space bar to advance

44 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE TIPS AND TROUBLESHOOTING (TOOL LOCKED ON) PROBLEM: –AFTER TORQUING, TOOL IS LOCKED ON AND CAN’T BE REMOVED PROBABLE CAUSE: –TORSION BUILDUP IN THE BOLT IS PUSHING AGAINST THE REACTION PAWL IN THE TOOL (NOTE: THE REACTION PAWL ENABLES THE TOOL TO REACH FULL TORQUE ON THE BOLT IN SPITE OF TORSION OR WIND-UP) CURE: –WITHOUT CHANGING THE PUMP PRESSURE, START THE PUMP AND HOLD DOWN THE PUMP REMOTE BUTTON DRIVING THE TOOL FORWARD –WHILE HOLDING THE BUTTON DOWN, LIFT AND HOLD THE REACTION PAWL LEVER OR SLIDE –RELEASE THE REMOTE BUTTON, THE TOOL WILL RELAX AND COME OFF WITHOUT A PROBLEM Click here to return to TIPS

45 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE CHARTS AND RESOURCES WWW.HYTORC.COM (Must be connected to Internet for these links ) Click here to return to table of contents ’PRESSURE-TO-TORQUE’ CHARTS TORQUE CHARTS FLANGE PATTERN CALCULATOR ADDITIONAL TRAINING AND ASSISTANCEADDITIONAL TRAINING AND ASSISTANCE

46 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE PRESSURE-TORQUE CONVERSION CHARTS AVANTI (SQUARE DRIVE) WRENCHES STEALTH (NARROW CLEARANCE) WRENCHES Click here to return to RESOURCES

47 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE TORQUE CHARTS UN (unified national) “inch” bolts –Torque in Foot-PoundsTorque in Foot-Pounds Metric (ISO) bolts –Torque in Newton-metersTorque in Newton-meters Click here to return to RESOURCES

48 GROUPSCENEVERSIONTYPE NEW TOOLS & ACCESSORIES THE LOAD DISC © IN ACTIONTHE LOAD DISC © IN ACTION Click here to return to table of contents THE FLIP-GUN © IN ACTIONTHE FLIP-GUN © IN ACTION THE CLAMP © IN ACTIONTHE CLAMP © IN ACTION


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