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MODEL 105 HYDRAULIC CONTROL MODULE QUICK DIE CHANGE (QDC) & QUICK MOLD CHANGE (QMC)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. System Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 2. Drawing: Model 105. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 3. Mounting Options. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 4. System Preparation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 5. Die/Mold Exchange. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 6. Maintenance (Wear Safety Glasses). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 7. Drawing: Hydro Schematic Model 105. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 8. Norgren Regulator Instructions.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 9. Electro Hydraulic Pressure Switches. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 10. Recommended Spare Parts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 11. Major Component Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

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SYSTEM OVERVIEW 1. Shop (compressed) air is connected to the Hydraulic Control Module (HC). 2. Shop air at maximum pressure of 150 psi flows to a regulator, which is factory set to generate hydraulic pressure to 5000 psi. The regulator also contains a particulate filter and a water trap. 3. The regulated air then flows to a second regulator. It may, if necessary, be used to decrease air pressure and consequently hydraulic pressure. 4. The regulated air is connected to an “air over oil” hydraulic pump. 5. When air is applied and with all valve control knobs turned to the RELEASE position, the pump will run until the hydraulic pressure inside the HC is 5000 psi. The pump will then stall. 6. When the valve control knob on a hydraulic circuit is moved to the CLAMP position, the pump will run and hydraulic fluid will flow to the clamp and the clamp is actuated. When 5000 psi hydraulic pressure is achieved, the pump stalls. The pump will again run if hydraulic pressure drops. 7. Each hydraulic circuit contains a check valve located at the control valve. If a hydraulic line is cut, the (stalled) pump will run because the air/hydraulic pressure is not balanced, but the pump will be unable to maintain system pressure. The other hydraulic circuits will remain pressurized because each circuit is checked independently. 8. When the valve control knob of a pressurized hydraulic circuit is moved to the RELEASE position, the hydraulic fluid is allowed to return to reservoir bypassing the check valve. 9. A pressure gauge is attached to each hydraulic circuit and is visible on the face panel. 10. If the HC includes a Pilot Circuit (PC) the valve is double acting. When the valve knob is moved to the CLAMP position the clamps are actuated. When the valve control knob is turned to RELEASE the pilot circuit is pressurized to open the associated check valves, while at the same time allowing fluid in the clamp to return to reservoir.

1. The model-105 hydraulic pump is an air driven hydraulic power and control module which generates 5000 psi of hydraulic pressure. 2. The model-105 weighs 40 lbs. and has an oil reservoir capacity of 2 1/2 qts. 3. The model HC-105 may be provided ready for permanent mounting - called Stationary as HC-105S (threaded bolts on bottom) or HC-105B (includes model 385 mounting Bracket) or HC-105P (includes model 380-S Pedestal). The movable version is available as a Carryable HC105C with feet or on a Roll-Around stand with casters - HC-105R. 4. The model-105 includes a pressure gauge for each of the hydraulic circuits, an air filter/regulator set to generate maximum 5000 psi hydraulic pressure, an additional adjustable valve regulator, two hydraulic control knobs, oil refill port/breather cap on top, oil level sight glass, quick access side panel, carrying handle, 1/4 NPT air inlet fitting and 37° flare 7/16-20UNF 45° elbow outlet ports at the rear of the cabinet. 5. The model 105 with -HM includes a booster button (HM) for use with hydra-mechanical locking (L) clamps. 6. The model-105S-PS includes a pressure sensor (PS) for hookup to press controls. 7. Stationary units (S, B, P) are provided with 10’ hydraulic hoses - stationary install JIC 37 degree flare 7/16-20UNF JIC swivel fittings each end. Mobile carriable (C) and Roll-Around (R) controllers have a 10’ hose umbilical with quick disconnects. 8. Model HC-105 with -PC1 or -PC2 (Pilot Circuit) makes 1 or 2 valves double acting for release of “at clamp” check valves, if used.

pfa-inc.com 9. Model HC 105 with -DL adds a relief valve to a dedicated circuit for use with Die Lifters.

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1.50 8.15

DISCLAIMER: Illustrative drawings, CAD models, and information described herein is proprietary intellectual property of PFA, Inc., accurate to the company’s knowledge at time of printing, and intended for reference only. Specifications are subject to change without notice. If the information obtained from this document is critical to a specific application, it should be confirmed by contacting PFA, Inc. PFA Terms of Sale apply.

13.00 HYDRAULIC FLUID LEVEL HYDRAULIC CONNECTION JIC 37° FLARE 7/16-20 UNF

10.50

AIR CONNECTION (150 PSI MAX)

.50

9. MODEL HC 105 WITH -DL ADDS A RELIEF VALVE TO A DEDICATED CIRCUIT FOR USE WITH DIE LIFTERS. 8. MODEL HC-105 WITH -PC1 OR -PC2 (PILOT CIRCUIT) MAKES 1 OR 2 VALVES DOUBLE ACTING FOR RELEASE OF “AT CLAMP” CHECK VALVES, IF USED. 7. STATIONARY UNITS (S, B, P) ARE PROVIDED WITH 10’ HYDRAULIC HOSES - STATIONARY INSTALL JIC 37 DEGREE FLARE 7/16-20UNF JIC SWIVEL FITTINGS EACH END. MOBILE CARRIABLE (C) AND ROLL-AROUND (R) CONTROLLERS HAVE A 10’ HOSE UMBILICAL WITH QUICK DISCONNECTS. 6. THE MODEL-105S-PS INCLUDES A PRESSURE SENSOR (PS) FOR HOOKUP TO PRESS CONTROLS. 5. THE MODEL 105 WITH -HM INCLUDES A BOOSTER BUTTON (HM) FOR USE WITH HYDRA-MECHANICAL LOCKING (L) CLAMPS. 4. THE MODEL-105 INCLUDES A PRESSURE GAUGE FOR EACH OF THE HYDRAULIC CIRCUITS, AN AIR FILTER/REGULATOR SET TO GENERATE MAXIMUM 5000 PSI HYDRAULIC PRESSURE, AN ADDITIONAL ADJUSTABLE VALVE REGULATOR, TWO HYDRAULIC CONTROL KNOBS, OIL REFILL PORT/BREATHER CAP ON TOP, OIL LEVEL SIGHT GLASS, QUICK ACCESS SIDE PANEL, CARRYING HANDLE, 1/4 NPT AIR INLET FITTING AND 37° FLARE 7/16-20UNF 45° ELBOW OUTLET PORTS AT THE REAR OF THE CABINET. 3. THE MODEL HC-105 MAY BE PROVIDED READY FOR PERMANENT MOUNTING - CALLED STATIONARY AS HC-105S (THREADED BOLTS ON BOTTOM) OR HC-105B (INCLUDES MODEL 385 MOUNTING BRACKET) OR HC-105P (INCLUDES MODEL 380-S PEDESTAL). THE MOVABLE VERSION IS AVAILABLE AS A CARRYABLE HC-105C WITH FEET (SHOWN) OR ON A ROLL-AROUND STAND WITH CASTERS - HC-105R. 2. THE MODEL-105 WEIGHS 40 LBS. AND HAS AN OIL RESERVOIR CAPACITY OF 2 1/2 QTS. 1. THE MODEL-105 HYDRAULIC PUMP IS AN AIR DRIVEN HYDRAULIC POWER AND CONTROL MODULE WHICH GENERATES 5000 PSI OF HYDRAULIC PRESSURE.

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MOUNTING OPTIONS MODEL HC-105R, ROLL-AROUND OPTION (R) 1.50

8.15

MODEL HC-105S STATIONARY THREADED POST OPTION (S)

13.00

10.50

.50 SQUARE TUBING

28.90 34.55

5.68 SWIVEL WHEEL

22.75 SQUARE

FIXED WHEEL

MODEL HC-105P, PEDESTAL OPTION (P) 1.50

8.15

MODEL HC-105B BRACKET OPTION (B)

13.00

10.50

5.17

.50

SQUARE TUBING 9.75

28.90

3.00 1.06

pfa-inc.com NOTE: Mounting options may be ordered separately:

B = Bracket

Model 385

Part #HE04081

P = Pedestal

Model 380S

Part #HC01024

R = Roll-Around

Model 380R

Part #HC01025

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8.39 13.85


SYSTEM PREPARATION 1. The oil refill/breather cap port on top of the cabinet is shipped with a plug installed. Replace plug with enclosed breather cap. Note: Breather Cap shipped inside cabinet. 2. Use enclosed funnel when adding PFA Model 312 Hydraulic Oil. Oil level may be seen through sight glass on side of cabinet.

Note: The Power and Control Module is shipped with one quart of fluid in the reservoir. Add fluid from plastic bottles before using. 3. Connect air and high pressure hydraulic hose(s) to outlet port(s) at rear of cabinet. Make sure color coding on hoses/manifold is matched if system is designed for more than one hose. 3. When clamps are actuated some of the hydraulic oil remains in the lines. Add oil as necessary. 5. Open cabinet door and check for leaks. Tighten any fitting which shows signs of leakage. Do not overtighten. 6. If pump runs but fails to generate hydraulic pressure, it may be necessary to bleed entrapped air (prime pump). Please refer to Maintenance Section or instructions attached to the inside of the removable panel/door. 7. The Power and Control Module may be placed on a suitable flat surface, on a pedestal or shelf bracket. 8. Connect pressure sensor (if used) to press control in accordance with page 12.

Note: Hydraulic plumbing on press/machine depends on the type of clamps used, hydraulic clamping safety employed and other devices which are connected to the system.

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DIE/MOLD EXCHANGE Please refer to instructions included with the hydraulic clamps, die lifters or other device to be operated. The following are general instructions. 1. To supply hydraulic pressure turn selected valve control knob, depending on application, to: CLAMP

Supplies hydraulic pressure to clamp. (QDC & QMC)

DIE LIFTER RAISE

Supplies hydraulic pressure to die lifter rails. (QDC)

KO BAR RELEASE

Supplies hydraulic pressure to release KO Bar Quick Connect/Disconnect device. (QMC w/KO)

2. To release hydraulic pressure turn selected valve control knob, depending on application, to: RELEASE

Shuts off hydraulic pressure to clamp and opens the valve so that hydraulic fluid can flow from the clamp to the reservoir. Clamps open by spring pressure. (QDC & QMC)

DIE LIFTER LOWER Shuts off hydraulic pressure to the die lifters and opens the valve so that fluid can flow from the die lifter to the reservoir. Die lifters recess by the weight of the die. (QDC) KO BARS SECURE Shuts off hydraulic pressure to the KO Bar Quick Connect/Disconnect system and opens the valve so that hydraulic fluid can flow to the reservoir. KO Bars are secured. (QMC w/KO) 3. When double acting valves are used, turning valve control knob to RELEASE supplies power to the pilot (release) circuit. Pilot circuits (PC) are used to open check valves which are located in or near clamps. Also certain clamps use separate hydraulic pistons to retract. Note that the pressure gauge on the front of the Power and Control Module does not show hydraulic pressure when the pilot circuit is used. (Clamp opening is evidence of hydraulic pressure.) 4. Hydraulic Controllers used to power Locking (L) Hydro-Mechanical (HM) clamps also have a pressure booster button located on the front panel. When the pressure booster button is pressed the shop air flows through a regulator which is set to deliver hydraulic pressure at about 5500 psi. The pressure booster is only used (pushed for a few seconds) if the mechanical lock is difficult to open. (Note: HC output pressure varies a few percent depending upon final stall pressure. Boosting increases clamping to ensure locks rotate easily.)

Note: Always lock valve control knobs when a mold or die is secured with hydraulic only (NON-LOCKING) clamps.

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MAINTENANCE (WEAR SAFETY GLASSES) 1, TO ADD OIL. Remove breather cap on top of the Power and Control Module. Use supplied funnel (make sure it is clean) and fill reservoir with the proper amount of PFA Model 312 Hydraulic Oil. Note: The Model 312 Oil is slightly blue and has a special anti-foaming agent. The formulation is compatible with all seals used in clamps.

Replace breather cap and store funnel in a clean place (inside cabinet is preferable).

2. TO CHANGE OIL. At recommended one year intervals drain oil from the Hydraulic Controller and refill with PFA Model 312 Hydraulic Oil. To drain reservoir do the following: Remove an oil return line at a valve. The plastic hose is connected to a press lock fitting and is easily removed by pushing on the plastic sleeve on the fitting and pulling the hose out. Drain the oil into a suitable container for proper disposal. The breather cap on the top of the cabinet may be opened for faster oil flow. When finished re-connect the hose by firmly pushing the end into the fitting. 3. FILTER REGULATOR. Compressed air flows to the Norgren miniature filter regulator. Please refer to Norgren instructions included. Follow the instructions and note the following:

At the bottom of the water trap (bowl) is a drain fitting. In some cases it has a valve core which can be pushed to drain accumulated water. The other type has a plastic plug which may be turned clockwise to drain. The plug actually screws into the bowl and creates a leak path.

After water is drained turn the plug the opposite direction to close the valve. Note: A small pair of pliers may be necessary to turn the plug. Be careful not to break the plastic plug. Use small strap wrench if necessary to remove bowl. If filter element is replaced be careful when unscrewing the filter holder. The spring and poppet is retained by the filter holder and may drop out when filter holder is removed.

4. HOW TO SET PRESSURE. The filter regulator is pre-set to deliver the maximum operating hydraulic pressure -- usually 5000 psi. The second regulator is used to adjust pressure to a setting lower than maximum. Refer to Norgren instructions for setting regulator. 5. HOW TO BLEED AIR - PRIME PUMP. If pump runs but does not develop hydraulic pressure, do the following: A. Add Model-312 hydraulic oil if necessary. B. Make sure breather cap is installed on top of power & control module. (A pipe plug is used for shipment). C. Crack a fitting (nut) close to the pump. The manifold attached to the pump outlet is preferred. The nut attached to the hose in back of the cabinet is ok.

CAUTION: USE A RAG TO AVOID SPILLAGE 4. START THE PUMP BY CONNECTING SHOP AIR AND TURN REGULATOR CLOCKWISE TO BUILDUP AIR PRESSURE. (DO NOT TOUCH THE REGULATOR WITH THE CONDENSATE RESERVOIR.) 5. WHEN OIL FLOWS A LEAKAGE WILL OCCUR AT THE CRACKED FITTING. QUICKLY TIGHTEN THAT FITTING TO AVOID SPILLAGE. CAPTURE ANY SPILLED OIL IN THE RAG. DISPOSE OF THE OILED RAG IAW COMPANY PROCEDURE. 6. IF AIR REGULATOR WAS CHANGED, SET HYDRAULIC PRESSURE BY ADJUSTING THE

pfa-inc.com REGULATOR (NOT TO EXCEED 5000 PSI).

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CONFIDENTIAL: The information shown on this sheet is confidential. Permission to use, reproduce or transmit in any way not specifically authorized is expressly withheld.

DISCLAIMER: Illustrative drawings, CAD models, and information described herein is proprietary intellectual property of PFA, Inc., accurate to the company’s knowledge at time of printing, and intended for reference only. Specifications are subject to change without notice. If the information obtained from this document is critical to a specific application, it should be confirmed by contacting PFA, Inc. PFA Terms of Sale apply.

PUMP PRESSURE GAUGE REAR BULKHEAD

G5

FRONT PANEL ASS'Y

S1 LOW PRESSURE RELAY SET TO TRIP AT 2500 PSI IF USED PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE SET @ 5500 PSI 3

MUFFLER

PRV1 1

PRESSURE GAUGE

3

P1 PUMP 1

5000 PSI

PILOT CIRCUIT IF USED

AIR INLET 150 PSI MAX

2

G1 CIRCUIT 1 WHITE

2

V1 WHITE HYDRAULIC FLUID RESERVOIR

R2 REGULATOR SET FOR 5000 PSI

1

R1 FILTER-REGULATOR SET FOR 5000 PSI (5500 PSI FOR HM VERSION)

M1 RESERVOIR MANIFOLD

3. PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE FOR USE WITH DIE LIFTERS (DL). 2. PRESSURE SENSOR (PS) FOR CONECTION TO PRESS CONTROLS. 1. R2 REGULATOR MAY BE CHANGED TO GENERATE LESS THAN 5000 PSI IN ACCORDANCE WITH INDIVIDUAL CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS. NOTES: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED

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NORGREN REGULATOR INSTRUCTIONS. NORGREN B07-201-M1KA Filter Regulator Link: https://www.imi-precision.com/us/en/detail/b07-201-m1ka/filter-regulators

Filter/Regulator B07 - ��� - ����

Filter/Regulator B07 B07 - ��� - ���� B07 Installation & Maintenance Installation & Maintenance Instructions Drain Spring (Outlet Pressure Range) * Thread Form Substitute Element Instructions

Port Bowl Relief Type Gauge A....Automatic 1 ....1/8" DrainTransparent ..Relieving .........Without............01 1 ....5 µm A....0,1 to 0,7 bar (1 to 10 psig) Spring (Outlet Pressure Range) * Thread Form Bowl Relief Type Gauge Substitute Element M...Manual Transparent ..Relieving .........With.................02 3 ....40 µm E ....0,3 to 3,5 bar (5 to 50 psig) A....PTF A....0,1 to 0,7 bar (1 to 10 psig) Transparent ..Relieving .........Without............012 ....1/4" A....Automatic 1 ....5 µm K....0,3 to 7 bar (5 to 100 psig) Transparent ..Non-relieving B....ISO Rc taper M...Manual E ....0,3 to 3,5 bar (5 to 50 psig) Transparent ..Relieving .........With.................02 3 ....40 µm ...Without............03 Transparent ..Non-relieving ...With.................23 G....ISO G parallel K....0,3 to 7 bar (5 to 100 psig) Transparent ..Non-relieving ...Without............03 Metal.............Relieving .........Without............33 Transparent ..Non-relieving ...With.................23 Metal.............Relieving .........With.................34 Metal.............Relieving .........Without............33 Metal.............Non-relieving ...Without............35 Metal.............Relieving .........With.................34 Metal.............Non-relieving ...With.................36 Metal.............Non-relieving ...Without............35 5A Metal.............Non-relieving ...With.................36 * Outlet pressure can be adjusted to pressures in excess of, and less than, those specified. Do not use these units 15 to

Port 1 ....1/8" 2 ....1/4"

control pressures outside of use the specified ranges. * Outlet pressure can be adjusted to pressures in excess of, and less than, those specified. Do not these units to control pressures outside of the specified ranges. TECHNICAL DATA Fluid: Compressed air TECHNICAL DATA ADJUSTMENT Maximum pressure: Fluid: Compressed air 1. Before applying inlet pressure to filter/regulator, turn Transparent bowl: 10 bar (150 psig) Maximum pressure: adjustment (2 or 5A) counterclockwise to remove all force Metal bowl: 17 (6). bar (250 psig) Transparent bowl: 10 bar (150 psig) on regulating spring Operating temperature**: Metal bowl: 17 bar (250 psig) 2. Apply inlet pressure, then turn adjustment (2 or 5A) Transparent bowl: to +50°C (-30°totodecrease +125°F) Operating temperature**: clockwise to increase and-34° counterclockwise Metal bowl: -34° to +65°C (-30° to +150°F) Transparent bowl: -34° to +50°C (-30° to +125°F) pressure setting. ** approach Air supplythe must be dry enoughfrom to avoid ice formation Metal bowl: -34° to +65°C (-30° to +150°F) 3. Always desired pressure a lower at temperatures below +2°C (+35°F). ** Air supply must be dry enough to avoid ice formation pressure. When reducing from a higher to a lower setting, 5 µm or 40 µmthan filter element at temperatures below +2°C (+35°F). firstParticle reduce removal: to some pressure less that desired, then Airup quality: 8573-1, Class 3 and Class 5 Particle removal: 5 µm or 40 µm filter element bring to the Within desiredISO pressure. (particulates) Air quality: Within ISO 8573-1, Class 3 and Class 5 NOTE Typical flow with afilter/regulators, 5µm element atmake 7 barpressure (100 psig) inlet (particulates) With non-relieving pressure, 6,3some bar (90 psig)inset and a droop of Typical flow with a 5µm element at 7 bar (100 psig) inlet reductions with air flow thepressure, system. If made 1 bar (15 psig) from set: pressure, 6,3 bar (90 psig) set pressure, and a droop of under no flow (dead-end) conditions, the scfm) 1/8" Ports: will 6,2 trap dm3/s 1 bar (15 psig) from set: filter/regulator the(13 over-pressure in the 1/4" Ports: 6.5 dm3/s (14 scfm) 1/8" Ports: 6,2 dm3/s (13 scfm) downstream line. Nominal bowl size:down 31 ml fluid ounce)setting; pull up 1/4" Ports: 6.5 dm3/s (14 scfm) 4. Push adjusting knob to (1 lock pressure Gauge ports: Nominal bowl size: 31 ml (1 fluid ounce) to release. Install tamper resistant knob (see Replacement PTF with PTF mainresistant. ports Gauge ports: Items) to1/8" make setting tamper 1/8" ISO Rc with ISO Rc main ports 1/8" PTF with PTF main ports SERVICING 1/8" ISO Rc with ISO G main ports 1/8" ISO Rc with ISO Rc main ports 1. Depress drain1/8" to expel liquids. Keep Drainmanual connection: pipe accumulated thread 1/8" ISO Rc with ISO G main ports liquids below element (31). Spitter type drain operates Automatic drain operation: Drain connection: 1/8" pipe thread 2.Clean or replace filterwhen element when dirty.in air flow occurs momentarily a rapid change Automatic drain operation: Spitter type drain operates or when the supply pressure is reduced. momentarily when a rapid change in air flow occurs DISASSEMBLY Materials: can be disassembled without removal from or when the supply pressure is reduced. 1. Filter/regulator Body: Zinc Materials: air line. Bonnet: Acetal Reduce pressure in inlet and outlet Body: Zinc 2. Shut off inlet pressure. Valve: Bonnet: Acetal lines to zero.Brass/nitrile Valve seat: (2 Acetal Valve: Brass/nitrile 3. Turn adjustment or 5A) fully counterclockwise. Bowl:and bonnet counterclockwise and remove from Valve seat: Acetal 4. Turn bowl Bowl: body. Transparent: Polycarbonate Metal:inZinc Transparent: Polycarbonate 5. Disassemble general accordance with the item numbers Element: Sintered Metal: Zinc on exploded view. Do notpolypropylene remove the manual drain unless Elastomers: Nitrile Remove and replace drain only if Element: Sintered polypropylene replacement is necessary. Elastomers: Nitrile it malfunctions. REPLACEMENT ITEMS Service Kit (includes items circled on exploded view): REPLACEMENT ITEMS CLEANING 5 µm Service Kit (includes items circled on exploded view): 1. Clean Relieving, plastic bowl withelement.......................................3820-02 warm water only. Clean other parts Nonrelieving, 5 µm element .................................3820-01 Relieving, 5 µm element.......................................3820-02 with warm water and soap. 40µm element......................................3820-04 Nonrelieving, 5 µm element .................................3820-01 2. Rinse Relieving, and dry parts. Blow out internal passages in body Nonrelieving, element ...............................3820-03 Relieving, 40µm element......................................3820-04 (15, 16) with clean, 40 dryµm compressed air. Blow air through drain ................................................773-03 Nonrelieving, 40 µm element ...............................3820-03 filterManual element (31,(20, 34) 26) from inside to outside to remove Automatic drain (21, 22) (27, 28) ............................3654-02 Manual drain (20, 26) ................................................773-03 surface contaminants. Tamper resistant knob (current .............18-001-092 Automatic drain (21, 22) (27, 28) ............................3654-02 3. Inspect parts. Replace those found bonnet) to be damaged. Replace Tamper seal bowl wire (early bonnet) Tamper resistant knob (current bonnet) .............18-001-092 plastic bowlresistant with a metal if plastic bowl................2117-01 shows signs Tamper resistant seal wire (early bonnet) ................2117-01 of cracking or cloudiness. PANEL MOUNTING DIMENSIONS Panel mounting hole diameter: 30 mm (1.19") PANEL MOUNTING DIMENSIONS ASSEMBLY Panel thickness: 2 to 6 mm 0.25") Apply a Panel mounting hole diameter: 30 mm (1.19") 1. Lubricate seals and o-rings with(0.06" o-ringtogrease. Panel thickness: 2 to 6 mm (0.06" to 0.25") small amount of anti-seize lubricant to full length of threads INSTALLATION on metal 1. Shutbowls. off air pressure. Install filter/regulator in air line INSTALLATION 2. Assemble the unit as shown on the exploded view. � vertically (bowl down), 1. Shut off air pressure. Install filter/regulator in air line 3. Torque� Table with air flow in direction of arrow on body, � vertically (bowl down), TORQUE � upstream of lubricators and cycling valves, � with air flow in direction of arrow on body, ITEM � as close as possible to the airNM (INCH-POUNDS) supply when used as a � upstream of lubricators and cycling valves, 3, 5A (Bonnet) 7,34 to 8,47 (65 to 75) main line filter, � as close as possible to the air supply when used as a 9 (Early �valve seat)as possible to the device 0,45 tobeing 0,68 serviced (4 to 6)† as close main line filter, 11 (Currentwhen valveused seat)as a final filter. 0,34 to 0,56 (3 to 5)† � as close as possible to the device being serviced 23, 29,2.31, 32 (Element, stud) to 1,13 to 10) Connect piping tobowl, proper ports0,56 using pipe (5 thread sealant when used as a final filter. valve) 0,28 (1.5 to 2.5) on maledrain threads only. Do not 0,17 allowtosealant to enter 2. Connect piping to proper ports using pipe thread sealant 20, 26 (Manual

interior unit. on male threads only. Do not allow sealant to enter † Diaphragm pinof(8) must slide freely thru valve seat after 3. On filters equipped with an automatic drain, slip 1/4" I.D. interior of unit. torquing. flexible tube over protrusion on bottom of bowl. Avoid 3. On filters equipped with an automatic drain, slip 1/4" I.D. restrictions in the tube. Bowl protrusion is also threaded flexible tube over protrusion on bottom of bowl. Avoid to accept 1/8" pipe thread fitting. restrictions in the tube. Bowl protrusion is also threaded 4. Turn bowl fully clockwise into body before pressurizing. to accept 1/8" pipe thread fitting. 5. Install a pressure gauge or plug the gauge ports. Gauge 4. Turn bowl fully clockwise into body before pressurizing. ports can also be used as additional outlets for regulated air. 5. Install a pressure gauge or plug the gauge ports. Gauge ports can also be used as additional outlets for regulated air. © Norgren 2001

ADJUSTMENT 1.CAUTION Before applying inlet pressure to filter/regulator, turn adjustment orpass 5A) counterclockwise to and remove all force Water vapor(2 will through these units could Early Bonnet and Body - Valve seat (9), seal (10), and on regulating spring (6). condense liquid as airused temperature gasket (37)into used withform earlydownstream body. Early body a stud (32) secure polypropylene element to the body. 2.drops. Applytoinlet pressure, thenifturn adjustment (2 orcould 5A) have Install an air dryer water condensation element (31)on replaces the element andtostud. clockwise to increase and decrease aCurrent detrimental effect the counterclockwise application. pressure setting. Current Bonnet and Body - Valve pressure seat (11) and (12) 3.WARNING Always approach the desired fromseal a lower used only with current body. Gasket (37) also withsetting, pressure. When reducing from afor higher a lower These products are intended use intoused industrial current body when sintered bronze element 33, products 34, 35) first reduce to pressure less than that desired, then compressed airsome systems only. Do not use(32, these is where installed. bring up to the desired pressure. can exceed those listed pressures and temperatures NOTE 16 under Technical Data. 1 17 can bemake With non-relieving filter/regulators, pressure Polycarbonate plastic bowls damaged and reductions some air the system.asIfcertain made possibly burstwith if exposed to flow suchinsubstances 2 under no 18 flow alkalies, (dead-end) conditions, solvents, strong compressor oilsthecontaining esterfilter/regulator trap theoils. over-pressure in the based additives orwill synthetic Fumes of these downstream line. with the polycarbonate bowl, substances in contact 4.externally Push adjusting knob down to lock pressure setting; pull up or internally, can also result in damage. Clean to release. Installonly. tamper resistant knob (see Replacement with warm water 3 Items) to make setting tamper resistant. Use metal bowl in applications where a plastic bowl might be exposed to substances that are incompatible with 4 SERVICING polycarbonate. 1. Depress manual drain expelofaccumulated liquids. Keep If outlet pressure in to excess the filter/regulator 5liquids below element (31). pressure setting could cause downstream equipment to 37 2.Clean or replace filter element when dirty. rupture or malfunction, install a pressure relief device downstream of the filter/regulator. The 36relief pressure and DISASSEMBLY flow capacity of the relief device must satisfy system 1. 6 Filter/regulator can be disassembled without removal from requirements. air line. Theoffaccuracy of the indication of pressure gauges can 2.7Shut inlet pressure. Reduce pressure in inlet and outlet change, both during shipment (despite care in packaging) lines to zero. 33 the service life. fully If a pressure gauge is to be 3.8and Turnduring adjustment (2 or 5A) counterclockwise. products and if inaccurate indications may 31 and 4.used Turn with bowlthese and bonnet counterclockwise remove from be hazardous to personnel or property, the gauge should be body. 34 before initial installation at the regular 5.calibrated Disassemble in general accordanceand with item intervals numbers during use. view. Do not remove the manual drain unless on exploded Before using these products withand fluids otherdrain than only air, if replacement is necessary. Remove replace for non industrial9applications, or for life-support systems it malfunctions. 35 11 consult Norgren. CLEANING 10 1. Clean plastic bowl with warm water only. Clean other parts 12 with warm water and soap. 2. Rinse and dry parts. Blow out internal passages in body 32 13 (15, 16) with clean, dry compressed air. Blow air through 14 element (31, 34) from inside to outside to remove filter surface contaminants. 3. Inspect parts. Replace those found to be damaged. Replace plastic bowl with a metal bowl if plastic bowl shows signs 21 cloudiness. 19of cracking or24 ASSEMBLY 22 a 1. Lubricate seals 23 and o-rings with o-ring grease. Apply small amount of anti-seize lubricant to full length of threads on metal bowls. 2. Assemble the unit as shown on the exploded view. 3. Torque Table 20 TORQUE ITEM NM (INCH-POUNDS) 3, 5A (Bonnet) 7,34 to 8,47 (65 to 75) 30 9 (Early valve seat) 0,45 to 0,68 (427 to 6)† 25 11 (Current valve seat) 0,34 to 0,56 (3 to 5)† 23, 29, 31, 32 (Element, bowl, stud) 0,56 to 1,13 (528to 10) 29 20, 26 (Manual drain valve) 0,17 to 0,28 (1.5 to 2.5) † Diaphragm pin (8) must slide freely thru valve seat after torquing. 26 NOTES FOR CURRENT AND EARLY BOWLS Current bowls use a lip on the bowl inside diameter to retain bowl o-ring. Early bowls use a lip on the bowl outside diameter to retain bowl o-ring. Service kits contain current and early bowl o-rings. The larger of the o-rings is used on the early bowls.

A....PTF B....ISO Rc taper G....ISO G parallel

Installation

5A 15

Early Bonnet and Body - Valve seat (9), seal (10), and gasket (37) used with early body. Early body used a stud (32) to secure polypropylene element to the body. Current element (31) replaces the element and stud. Current Bonnet and Body - Valve seat (11) and seal (12) used only with current body. Gasket (37) also used with current body when sintered bronze element (32, 33, 34, 35) is installed. 1

17

2

16

18

3 4 5

37 36

6 7 33

8

31 34

9

35

11 10 12

32

13 14

24

19

23

21 22

20 30

25

29

27 28

26 NOTES FOR CURRENT AND EARLY BOWLS Current bowls use a lip on the bowl inside diameter to retain bowl o-ring. Early bowls use a lip on the bowl outside diameter to retain bowl o-ring. Service kits contain current and early bowl o-rings. The larger of the o-rings is used on the early bowls.

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a subsidiary of IMI plc

IM-300.300.01 (3/01)

a subsidiary of IMI plc

Replaces NIP-409

© Norgren 2001

a subsidiary of IMI plc

105 ALL | HYDRAULIC CONTROLLER | PAGE 11

IM-300.300.01 (3/01)

Replaces NIP-409


NORGREN R07-200-NNKA NON-RELEIVING NO GAUGE Regulator 0-100 psi Link: https://www.imi-precision.com/us/en/detail/r07-200-nnka/r07-series-mini-regulator-1-4-ptf-ports-non-relieving-withoutgauge-5-to-100-psi-outlet-pressure-range

Regulator R07 - ��� - ���� Regulator Diaphragm Gauge R07R....Relieving - ��� - ���� G....With

R07 Installation & Maintenance Instructions R07

Maintenance Spring (OutletInstallation Pressure Range) * & Thread Form A....0,1 to 0,7 bar (1 to 10 psig) A....PTF Instructions N....Non relieving B....ISO Rc taper N....Without E ....0,3 to 3,5 bar (5 to 50 psig) K....0,3 to 7 bar (5 to 100 psig) G....ISO G parallel Option Option Diaphragm Springpressures (Outlet Pressure Range) * Thread Form Port pressure can be adjusted to pressures in excess of, and less than, those specified. Gauge * Outlet Do not use these units to control outside of the specified ranges. 0 ....Not applicable 0 ....Standard R....Relieving A....0,1 to 0,7 bar (1 to 10 psig) A....PTF 1 ....1/8" G....With 2 ....Low flow seat N....Non relieving E ....0,3 to 3,5 bar (5 to 50 psig) B....ISO Rc taper 2 ....1/4" N....Without TECHNICAL DATA DISASSEMBLY K....0,3 to 7 bar (5 to 100 psig) G....ISO G parallel Fluid: Compressed air 1. Regulator can be disassembled without removal from air Maximum pressure: bar (300 line. those specified. Do not use these units to control pressures outside of the specified ranges. * Outlet pressure can be20 adjusted to psig) pressures in excess of, and less than, Operating temperature*: -34° to +65°C (-30° to +150°F) 2. Shut off inlet pressure. Reduce pressure in inlet and outlet * Air supply lines to zero. TECHNICAL DATAmust be dry enough to avoid ice formation at DISASSEMBLY below +2°C (+35°F). 3. Turn adjustment (2 or 5A) fully counterclockwise Fluid: temperatures Compressed air 1. Regulator can be disassembled without removal fromtoairremove Typical pressure: flow with 20 10 bar (300 (150 psig) inlet pressure, 6,3 bar Maximum line.all force on regulating spring (6). 5A (90temperature*: psig) set pressure and 1 bar(-30° (15 psig) droop from 2. Shut 4. Disassemble in general accordance the item numbers Operating -34° to +65°C to +150°F) off inlet pressure. Reduce pressurewith in inlet and outlet set: must be dry enough to avoid ice formation at * Air supply linesontoexploded zero. view. Early Bonnet 3/s (14 scfm) 1/8" Ports:below 6,5 dm+2°C temperatures (+35°F). 3. Turn adjustment (2 or 5A) fully counterclockwise to remove 3/s(150 Ports: (15 scfm) Typical1/4" flow with 710dm bar psig) inlet pressure, 6,3 bar allCLEANING force on regulating spring (6). 5A 1. Clean parts warm water andwith soap. Gauge ports: (90 psig) set pressure and 1 bar (15 psig) droop from 4. Disassemble in with general accordance the item numbers 2. exploded Rinse andview. dry parts. Blow out internal passages in body set:1⁄8 PTF with PTF main ports on Early Bonnet 3/sRc with clean, dry compressed air. Rc1/86,5 withdm ISO ports 1/8" Ports: (14main scfm) 1 3. Inspect parts. Replace those found to be damaged. Rc1/87with G main CLEANING 1/4" Ports: dm3ISO /s (15 scfm)ports Current Bonnet Materials: 1. Clean parts with warm water and soap. Gauge ports: 2 ASSEMBLY Body: 2. Rinse and dry parts. Blow out internal passages in body 1⁄8 PTF Zinc with PTF main ports 1. Lubricate seals and o-rings Bonnet : Acetal with clean, dry compressed air.with o-ring grease. Rc1/8 with ISO Rc main ports 1 2. Assemble unit as shown on the exploded view. Valve:with Brass/nitrile 3. Inspect parts. the Replace those found to be damaged. Rc1/8 ISO G main ports 3. Torque Table Current Bonnet Valve seat: Acetal Materials: 2 TORQUE ASSEMBLY Elastomers: Nitrile Body: Zinc 3 ITEM seals and o-rings with o-ring grease. NM (INCH-POUNDS) 1. Lubricate Bonnet : Acetal 2, 5A (Bonnet) 7,34 toview. 8,47 (65 to 75) 2. Assemble the unit as shown on the exploded 4 REPLACEMENT ITEMS Valve: Brass/nitrile 9 (Early valve seat) 0,45 to 0,68 (4 to 6)† 3. Torque Table Service kitAcetal (includes items circled on exploded view) Valve seat: 11 (Current valve seat) 0,34 to 0,56 (3 to 5)† TORQUE Relieving...............................................................3407-02 Elastomers: Nitrile 3 5 NM (INCH-POUNDS) Non-relieving ........................................................3407-01 ITEM † Diaphragm pin (8) must slide freely thru valve seat after 2, 5A (Bonnet) 7,34 to 8,47 (65 to 75) 4 Tamper resistant knob ........................................18-001-092 REPLACEMENT ITEMS torquing. 9 (Early valve seat) 0,45 to 0,68 (4 to 6)† Service kit (includes items circled on exploded view) PANEL MOUNTING DIMENSIONS 11 (Current valve seat) 0,34 to 0,56 (3 to 5)† Relieving...............................................................3407-02 5 WARNING 6 Panel mounting hole diameter: 30 mm (1.19") Non-relieving ........................................................3407-01 These products are intended for thru use in industrial † Diaphragm pin (8) must slide freely valve seat after Panel thickness: 2 to 6 mm (0.06" to 0.25") Tamper resistant knob ........................................18-001-092 compressed air systems only. Do not use these products torquing. 7 where pressures and temperatures can exceed those listed INSTALLATION PANEL MOUNTING DIMENSIONS under Technical Data. WARNING 1. Shut off airhole pressure. Install in air line 6 Panel mounting diameter: 30 regulator mm (1.19") If outlet pressure in excess theinregulator pressure These products are intended forofuse industrial with air flow ofto arrow on body, 8 Panel �thickness: 2 toin6 direction mm (0.06" 0.25") setting could cause downstream rupture or compressed air systems only. Do notequipment use these to products � upstream of lubricators and cycling valves. 7 malfunction, a pressure relief device downstream where pressuresinstall and temperatures can exceed those listed of � as close as possible to the device being serviced. INSTALLATION theTechnical regulator. Data. The relief pressure and flow capacity of the under at any angle. 1. Shut� off air pressure. Install regulator in air line relief device must satisfy system requirements. If outlet pressure in excess of the regulator pressure �2. with air flow in direction of ports arrowusing on body, Connect piping to proper pipe thread sealant 8 11 accuracy of the indication of pressure gauges settingThe could cause downstream equipment to rupture orcan 9 on male of threads only. Do allowvalves. sealant to enter � upstream lubricators andnot cycling change, both during shipment (despite in packaging) malfunction, install a pressure relief devicecare downstream of interior of possible regulator.to the device being serviced. � as close as 12 duringThe the relief service life. If aand pressure gauge isoftothe be used regulator. pressure flow capacity a pressure gauge or plug the gauge ports. Gauge the and �3. atInstall any angle. 10 with thesemust products if inaccurate indications may be device satisfyand system requirements. ports piping can also usedports as additional outlets forsealant regulated relief 2. Connect to be proper using pipe thread 11 hazardous to of personnel or property, the gauge should The accuracy the indication of pressure gauges can be air. threads only. Do not allow sealant to enter 9 on male 13 calibrated before initial installation intervals change, both during shipment (despiteand careatinregular packaging) 4. Install Norgren general purpose filter upstream of the interior of aregulator. 12 andduring duringuse. the service life. If a pressure gauge is to be used regulator. 3. Install a pressure gauge or plug the gauge ports. Gauge 10 14 Before using these with fluids other with these products and ifproducts inaccurate indications maythan be air, for ports can also be used as additional outlets for regulated non industrial applications, or forthe life-support systems hazardous to personnel or property, gauge should be ADJUSTMENT air. 16 15 13 consultbefore Norgren. calibrated initial installation and at regular intervals 1. Before applying inlet pressure regulator, turn 4. Install a Norgren general purpose to filter upstream of the during use. adjustment (2 or 5A) counterclockwise to remove all regulator. 17 14 Before using these products with fluids other than air, for force on regulating spring (6). non industrial applications, or for life-support systems 2. Apply inlet pressure, then turn adjustment clockwise to ADJUSTMENT 18 16 15 consult Norgren. increase and inlet counterclockwise to decrease 1. Before applying pressure to regulator, turnpressure setting. (2 or 5A) counterclockwise to remove all adjustment 17 3. Always approachspring the desired force on regulating (6). pressure from a lower Early Body (15) Current Body (16) pressure. When reducing a higherclockwise to a lowerto 2. Apply inlet pressure, then turnfrom adjustment 18 Valve seat (9) and Valve seat (11) and setting, reduce to sometopressure than that increase andfirst counterclockwise decreaseless pressure seal (10) used only seal (12) used only desired, then bring up to the desired pressure. setting. with early body. with current body. 3. Always approach the desiredNOTE pressure from a lower Early Body (15) Current Body (16) WithWhen non-relieving maketopressure pressure. reducingregulators, from a higher a lower Valve seat (9) and Valve seat (11) and reductions withtosome flow in less the system. setting, first reduce someair pressure than thatIf seal (10) used only seal (12) used only made (dead-end) conditions, the desired, thenunder bringnoupflow to the desired pressure. with early body. with current body. regulator will trap the over-pressure in the NOTE line. Withdownstream non-relieving regulators, make pressure 4.reductions Push adjusting knob air down with some flowtoinlock thepressure system. Ifsetting; pull up tounder release. tamper resistant knobthe (see made no Install flow (dead-end) conditions, Replacement Items) to make setting resistant. regulator will trap the over-pressure in tamper the downstream line. 4. Push adjusting knob down to lock pressure setting; pull up to release. Install tamper resistant knob (see Replacement Items) to make setting tamper resistant. Port 1 ....1/8" 2 ....1/4"

Option 0 ....Not applicable

Option 0 ....Standard 2 ....Low flow seat

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IM-300.200 (3/01)

Replaces NIP-231


sign of the unique PTFE seal (or diaphragm*) prevents the piston from sticking. Repeatability, sensitivity and reliability are excellent. Limited piston movement prevents inertial forces from damaging the piston stop.

Subplates

Subplates are available for in-line mounting of Oildyne pressure switches. This allows further flexibility in mounting to existing equipment. Ports in 1/8 NPT or *Used for lower pressure differential applications. 7/16-20 (SAE-4) straight thread are standard. The duplex switch has two types of subplates, one with See pages 43-47 of the HPS – Oildyne Products Catalog HY22-1131US details. is provided your a port for forfurther each side of Information the switch,below the other with for one port only, for Pressure both sides of the switch. convenience. Controllers are typically supplied with Parker Part #OE4-SBHS-6K Switch if “PS” is ordered. Single Switch

ELECTRO HYDRAULIC PRESSURE SWITCHES

PRESSURE SWITCH FEATURES

Construction

• VERSATILE - Our designs allow the switches to be used in any mounting orientation. They can sense hydraulic

O-RING SEAL FOR LEAK PROOF OPERATION

fluid pressure or air/gas pressure. A simple spring change ALL ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION

allows the same basic switch to be used through a wide range of pressure settings. • DURABLE - Heavy-duty electrical contacts are rated for 15 amps at 125, 250 or 460 VAC. Normally open and normally closed contacts are provided. • RELIABLE - Repeatability is accomplished through a combination of a PTFE seal and a hardened, nickel-plated steel piston. This use of low-friction materials and the design of the unique PTFE seal (or diaphragm*) prevents

STAINLESS STEEL SINTERED METAL DISC OR DIAPHRAGM

Pressure Switch Features

PTFE SEALS FOR MINIMUM FRICTION AND ZERO LEAKAGE

inertial forces from damaging the piston stop. *Used for lower pressure differential applications.

Typical Application

SEALED PISTON, NO Their operation can stop electrical circuit. DRAIN LINES NEEDED machine’s cycle, actuate indicator lights

• Durable Heavy-duty electrical contacts are rated for 15 amps at DUTY 125, 250 or 460 VAC. Normally open and normally HEAVY ELECTRICAL closed areOPEN provided. SWITCH WITHcontacts NORMALLY

• Spring Range Duplex models contain two separate swi can be activated ADJUSTING SCREW by one or two sensing p ing onCHANGING the subplate configuration. See di MAKES data for options. PRESSURE SETTING EASY

• Reliable Repeatability is accomplished through a combination of a PTFE seal and a hardened, nickel-plated steel piston. This use of low-friction materials and the design of the unique PTFE seal (or diaphragm*) prevents 1/2" CONDUIT CONNECTION the PIPE piston from sticking. Repeatability, sensitivity and reliability are excellent. Limited piston movement prevents inertial forces from damaging the piston stop.

Duplex Switch reliability are excellent. Limited piston movement prevents

Pressure switches sense when a pre-sele pressure is reached or lost and make or b

operations. Properly installed, their opera

matic and limited by your imagination an SPRING

• Environmentally Resistant Environmentally resistant models are ava special order.

Subplates

Subplates are available for in-line mounti pressure switches. This allows further fle mounting to existing equipment. Ports in 7/16-20 (SAE-4) straight thread are stand duplex switch has two types of subplates a port for each side of the switch, the oth port only, for both sides of the switch.

*Used for lower pressure differential applications.

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS

Pressur

• Versatile Our designs allow the switches to be used in any mounting orientation. They can sense hydraulic fluid pressure or air/gas pressure. A simple spring change allows the same basic switch to be used through a wide range of pressure settings.

AND NORMALLY CLOSED CONTACTS

the piston from sticking. Repeatability, sensitivity and

Catalog HY22-1131/US

EASILY REMOVED COVER Features and Applications FOR ACCESS TO ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS

Pressure switches sense when a pre-selected fluid pressure

Single Switch

is reached or lost and make or break an electrical circuit. Their operation can stop or start a machine’s cycle, actuate indicator lights or sequential operations. Properly installed,

Construction

their operation is automatic and limited by your imagination and need. • SPRING RANGE - Duplex models contain two separate

ALL ALUMINUM Parker Hannifin CONSTRUCTION HPS Division EASILY REMOVED COVER FOR ACCESS TO ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS New Hope, MN 55428 USA

44

switches which can be activated by one or two sensing ports depending on the subplate configuration. See dimensional data for options. • ENVIRONMENTALLY RESISTANT - Environmentally resistant models are available on special order.

Single Switch

HEAVY DUTY ELECTRICAL SWITCH WITH NORMALLY OPEN AND NORMALLY CLOSED CONTACTS

Duplex Switch

SUBPLATES

1/2" PIPE CONDUIT CONNECTION

Subplates are available for in-line mounting of Oildyne pressure switches. This allows further flexibility in mounting

pfa-inc.com to existing equipment. Ports in 1/8 NPT or 7/16-20 (SAE-4)

straight thread are standard. The duplex switch has two types

Pressure Switches for AC Power

of subplates, one with a port for each side of the switch, the other with one port only, for both sides of the switch.

3.4-345 bar (50-5000 psi) Range

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44

Parker Hannifin HPS Division New Hope, MN 55


WEIGHT

Single Pressure Switch 11.1 (.44)

15.9 (.62)

PRESSURE PORT SEAL SUPPLIED

31.8 (1.25)

Single - Standard .3 kg (10 oz.)

POSITION OF SUBPLATE

ELECTRICAL DUTY

22.2 (.88)

POSITION OF SUBPLATE

61.9 (2.44)

7.9 (.31)

2 MOUNTING SCREWS #10-32 UNF

84.9 (3.34)

CONDUIT CONNECTION 1/2 NPSF

42.1 (1.66)

Subplates

15.9 (.62) 6.3 (.25)

44.4 (1.75) 31.8 (1.25)

PRESSURE PORT 1/8-27 NPSF OR 7/16-20 UNF STRAIGHT THREAD 25.4 (1.00)

12.7 (.50) 19.0 (.75)

6.3 (.25)

125, 250 or 460 VAC. Electrical leads are not furnished with the switch.

SPRING SELECTION GUIDE Spring Range (psi)

Spring No.

THIRD ANGLE PROJECTION

Single

Single pole, double throw element, U.L. rated for 15 amps at

Adjustment Repeatability Differential Range Plus or Minus Range (psi) (psi) (psi)

Spring Color

1

50-100

50-100

2

50-90

Green

2

100-300

75-300

4

50-100

Black

3

300-500

150-500

5

50-125

Red

4

500-1000

200-1000

8

50-150

Blue

5

1000-2000

300-2000

15

75-250

White

6

2000-3000

400-3000

20

75-250

Yellow

7

3000-4000

500-4000

25

125-350

Orange

8

4000-5000

500-5000

50

150-450

Pink

Note: 100 psi = 6.9 bar

2 SUBPLATE MOUNTING HOLES Ø .281 THRU 2 SWITCH MOUNTING HOLES #10-32 UNF

STANDARD PRODUCT ORDERING CODE

Duplex Pressure Switch 11.1 (.44)

15.7 (.62)

49.2 (1.94) 33.5 (1.32)

2 PRESSURE PORTS SEALS SUPPLIED POSITION OF SUBPLATE

22.2 (.88)

POSITION OF SUBPLATE 61.9 (2.44) 7.9 (.31) 2 MOUNTING SCREWS #10-32 UNF

84.9 (3.34)

CONDUIT CONNECTION 1/2 NPSF

59.9 (2.36)

Pressure Range Seals Model of Springs O — Buna-N H — Single Switch Single Switch F — Fluorocarbon K — Duplex or LH Side Duplex Rubber Switch 1 — 50 - 100 2 — 100 - 300 3 — 300 - 500 4 — 500 - 1000 5 — 1000 - 2000 6 — 2000 - 3000 7 — 3000 - 4000 8 — 4000 - 5000

Pressure Range of Springs RH Side Duplex Only

1 — 50 - 100 2 — 100 - 300 3 — 300 - 500 4 — 500 - 1000 5 — 1000 - 2000 6 — 2000 - 3000 7 — 3000 - 4000 8 — 4000 - 5000

Single Switch

Wiring

PK-01B Subplate (1/8” Pipe) MOUNTING SURFACE

PK-50B Subplate (SAE-4 Str. Thd.) Duplex Switch

COMMON

PK-01C Subplate (1/8” Pipe) Two Ports PK-50C Subplate (SAE-4 Str. Thd.) Two Ports

NORMALLY

PK-01D Subplate (1/8” Pipe) One Port

OPEN

PK-50D Subplate (SAE-4 Str. Thd.) One Port

pfa-inc.com NORMALLY CLOSED

Triplex

Specify Subplate PK-50H (SAE-4 Str. Thd.) and Three Single Switch Specifications from Chart at Left.

1/2" PIPE CONDUIT CONNECTION

Note: All dimensions in mm (inches).

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RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS P/N

Description

Qty

1856

Regulator w/filter

1

1855

Regulator

1

312

PFA Model 312 Hydraulic Oil (Blue) 1 Quart

3

Hose Assy, Hi Pressure, White Color Coded

1

Hose Assy, Hi Pressure, White Color Coded

1

For Portable Units* 3974-120Wht For Stationary Units** 3092-120Wht

* Hose has 37˚ Flare 7/16-20UNF fittings on one end and female hydraulic disconnect at the other. ** Hose has 37˚ Flare 7/16-20UNF fittings on both ends. Specify length in inches.

MAJOR COMPONENT INDEX Part No.

Name

Description

1856

Filter Regulator

The filter/regulator is pre-set to deliver

Drawing

regulated air pressure to the hydraulic pump to create 5,000 psi hydraulic pressure. DWG NO.

SH

1543

REV

F

1

9

REVISION REV

DESCRIPTION

F

APPROVED

DATE

REDRAWN IN AUTOCAD

6-28-04

KC

7 4

6

Manual Drain

1855

Regulator

Regulated air flows from Part #1856 to Part

1

8 Automatic Drain

3

#1855 which may be set to generate lesser 2

hydraulic pressure.

5

1 1770-006 1 1706

O'RING SPRING

9 8

1 2385 1 1221

POPPET, CHECK VALVE FITTING, CHECK VALVE

6

1 1869-1

FITTING 90Ā, 37ĀX1/8 M PRESTOLOK

5

1 1804-3

FITTING, ELBOW 90Ā , 37Ā X 1/8 M

4

1 1785

PLUG, 1/8 NPT FITTING, T MALE RUN

1 1799 1 1279

6796

Hydraulic Pump

Air driven, generates 5,000 psi hydraulic

PART NUMBER

UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED ALL DIMENSION TOLERANCES ARE IN INCHES TOLERANCES ARE; FRACTION DECIMAL

X X

+

1 64

.XX +

.01

.XXX +

.005

pressure. NOTE: The pump may be flat or

NOTES: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED

1

AMERICAN AEROSTAR CORPORATION 25014 AVENUE KEARNY VALENCIA, CA 91355

ANGLR

+ 1o

APPROVALS

125

DRAWN

W.M.

DATE

ASSY, VALVE WITH FITTINGS

TITLE

6-2-93

CHECKED FINISH:

NEXT ASSY

SIZE

PART CODE:

DWG. NO.

ISSUED

USED ON APPLICATION

2 ITEM

DESCRIPTION

CONTRACT NO.

MATERIAL:

3562

3

ASST, VALVE

QTY

QTY

7

SCALE

DO NOT SCALE DRAWING

1:1

INDEX CODE:

REV

1543 SHEET

1

OF

F

1

mounted vertically on a bracket. Part #6796 does not include fittings and regulator. 1279

Single Acting

Single Acting. This single acting valve

Hydraulic Control

delivers pressurized fluid flow when the

Valve

Valve Control Knob is turned to CLAMP, die lifter RAISE or KO Bar RELEASE. Fluid

1543

1544

is allowed to return to reservoir when Valve Control Knob is turned to clamp RELEASE, die lifter LOWER or KO Bar SECURE. Part

pfa-inc.com #1279 does not include valve control knob. Please specify 1543 or 1544 as needed.

1543-PC

1544-PC

NOTE: Two valves are illustrated regardless of the number of valves used.

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1279PC

Double Acting

Double Acting. This double acting valve

Hydraulic Control

delivers pressurized fluid flow in either

Valve

position while at the same time allowing fluid return to reservoir from the deactivated

1543

1544

1543-PC

1544-PC

circuit. For example, when the Valve Control Knob is moved from CLAMP to RELEASE the fluid in the clamps are allowed to return to reservoir while the pilot operated check valve is opened by the RELEASE circuit. Part #1279 does not include valve control knob. Please specify 1543PC or 1544PC as needed. 1852

NOTE: Two valves are illustrated regardless of the number of valves used.

External 0-10,000 Full range gauges display hydraulic pressure psi Gauges

output at each hydraulic valve. Part #1852 does not include fitting.

1850

Pressure Sensor

Furnished with modules with PS suffix to model number. The pressure sensor is included in most stationary HC’s which are used for QDC and QMC applications. Connected to press controls in the normally closed position it monitors hydraulic pressure. Should hydraulic pressure fall below a pre-set point the electrical circuit is broken to signal press controls to stop press or machine. Part #1850 does not include fitting.

6744

Relief Valve

Furnished with modules with DL suffix to model number. A relief valve is standard for units used to elevate die lifters. This helps to protect the equipment in the event the clamps are applied on die which is still elevated by die lifters.

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6132

Pressure Booster Used on models with HM suffix to model Button

number. Designated for use with Locking (L) Hydra-Mechanical clamps (HM). Allows a temporary increase in hydraulic pressure if mechanical locks are difficult to open due to pressure variations.

Notes: 1. Please note that only stationary (S, P, R) HC’s have a pressure sensor option for connection to press/machine controls. 2. Relief valves are supplied with units which are used with die lifters. 3. Stationary HC’s with double acting valves are used with clamps which are secured by pilot actuated check valves or clamps having a separate opening piston. 4. Valve locks are provided with all HC’s.

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PFA HC-105 ALL User Guide  

Model 105 Hydraulic Control Module - Quick Die Change (QDC) and Quick Mold Change (QMC) by PFA, Inc. of Germantown, WI

PFA HC-105 ALL User Guide  

Model 105 Hydraulic Control Module - Quick Die Change (QDC) and Quick Mold Change (QMC) by PFA, Inc. of Germantown, WI