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Mini Chain Machine Parts and Operating Manual

REVISED: AUGUST 2009 ŠMathey Dearman, Inc.

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Table of Contents Section 1.0 2.0 2.1 2.2 Table 1 2.3 Table 2 2.4 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 – 3.7 3.7 – 3.9 4.0 4.1 5.0 5.1 6.0 6.1 6.2 7.0 7.1 7.2 8.0 9.0 9.0

11.0 11.1

12 13 13.1

Description General Information Specification General Specification Feature Chain Length Table Cutting Tips Cutting Tips Table Dimension and Weight Operating Instruction Chain Length Lengthen & Shorten Drive Chain How to fit the machine onto pipe 16” and smaller Installation of Guide Strip How to Fit the Cutting Torch The Cutting Process Disassembly After Use Safety Accident Prevention Rules Use Condition Provided Use Condition Maintenance Routine Maintenance Extraordinary Maintenance Warranty General Condition Limitation Uses Not Recommended Exploded Drawing of Manual Mini Chain Machine Figure 3 – Base Unit Figure 4 – Exploded Drawing of 230Vac Motorized Mini Chain Machine Figure 5 – Exploded Drawing of 115Vac Motorized Mini Chain Machine Parts List Table 4 – Main Components of Mini Chain Machine Table 4.1 – Main Components of Mini Chain Machine (continued) Table 5 – Motorized Mini Chain Machine Components Table 6 – Mini Chain Machine Accessories Storage of Mini Chain Machine Recycling of Components Composition of the Components Table 7 – Mini Chain Machine Chain Kits

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If the manual should be lost or damaged, it is possible to obtain a copy on our Internet Site at www.mathey.com or from C.I.A. Mathey Italiana S.r.l. or Mathey Dearman, Inc. at the phone number or address mentioned on the front page of the manual. When requesting a manual, please provide the following information: • • • • •

Type of Machine and Model Serial Number Supplier Name and Address of the User Correct Address to deliver the copy of the manual.

If the machine is the property of anyone, who is not the original purchaser, please inform us so we can communicate with the new owner concerning any updated information. At the time of sale, the manual represents the state of the art technology and should be considered inadequate if it is later updated due to improvements. C.I.A. Mathey Italiana S.r.l. and Mathey Dearman are not obligated to update the manual and/or the Mini Chain Machine of the purchaser if improvements are made due to new technology. This manual is supplied with the machine • All operators, maintenance employees and other personnel should read the manual as it concerns safe operation, spare parts and warranty. • The manual should be kept in a clean and humid free environment within easy reach of the operators. • All operators should read the manual prior to attempting to install, use, perform maintenance or dismantle the Mini Chain Machine. • The supervisor should make sure the operators understand the operation of the Mini Chain Machine and Oxygen/Fuel Machine Cutting Torch. • Do not damage or remove any labels or the nameplate fitted on the machine. • Accidents can be prevented if the operators understand the operation of the machine and Cutting Torch.

2.0 - SPECIFICATION 2.1 - General Specification The Mini Chain Driven Cutting and Beveling Machine is designed to manually rotate an Oxygen/Fuel Machine Cutting Torch around pipes 4” (102 mm.) and larger in diameter. The Mini Chain Machine can be used with any Gas Cutting Machine Torch (acetylene, Butane, propylene, natural gas or propane gas) or Plasma Cutting Torch having a diameter of 30 or 35 mm. Pricing for Propane or Acetylene Machine Cutting Torch is available. A Rack can be added to the Gas Torch if vertical adjustment of the Gas Cutting Torch is necessary. 2.2. - Feature The Main Body, which is an alloy aluminum casting, is fitted with a Forwarding Device, Tensioning Screw, Wheels and a Rack Holder-Floating Device to support the Torch. The machine is attached to the pipe to cut by means of a 2-Mesh Chain along which it moves during the cutting operation. Two Hand Cranks are used to move the Forwarding Device composed of a Worm Screw and a Bronze Toothed Rim that are joined to the Chain Pinion. A Tensioning Screw provides tension to the Chain to fix the machine to the pipe. The Forwarding Device moves upward on two stainless steel columns as tension is applied to the Chain. The Rack Holder Floating Device provides movement perpendicular to the machine line of travel and a Knob with Pinion positions it.

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Table 2 - How to select the right cutting tip for different cutting thickness and gas. Acetylene Gas Tip Cutting Thickness Tip code code (in/mm) n. 1 5/16 - 5/8 / 8 - 15 n. 4 n. 2 5/8 - 1 3/8 / 15 - 35 n. 5 n. 3 1 3/8 - 3 / 35 - 75 n. 6 Propane Gas Tip Cutting Thickness code (in/mm) n. 1 1/2 - 3/4 / 12,5 - 20 n. 2 3/4” - 1 3/8 20 – 35 n. 3 1 3/8 - 2 3/8 / 35 – 60 n. 4 2 3/8 - 3 / 60 - 75 n. 5 3 - 5 / 75 - 125

Cutting Thickness (in/mm) 3 - 6 / 75 – 150 6” - 8 / 150 – 200 8 - 12 / 200 - 300

Tip code n. 6 n. 7 n. 8 n. 9 n. 10

Cutting Thickness (in/mm) 5 - 6 / 125 – 150 6 - 7 / 150 - 175 7 - 8 / 175 – 200 8 - 9 / 200 - 225 9 - 10 / 225 - 250

The above mentioned tips are sold through C.I.A. Mathey Italiana S.r.l. for other torches and specialty gas tip contact C.I.A. Mathey Italiana S.r.l. or Mathey Dearman, Inc. For the tip size required for other torches see the Manufacturer’s manual for that torch. Table 1. Length of the chain required for various different pipe diameters. Pipe diameter* In/mm Wheel Position Chain length In/mm Pipe diameter* In/mm Wheel Position Chain length In/mm Pipe diameter* In/mm Wheel Position Chain length In/mm

2 / 51

3 / 76

4 / 102

6 / 152

8 / 203

10 / 254

12 / 305

1

1

2

2

2

2

2

23 / 584

26 / 660

27 / 686

34 / 865

40 / 1016

46 / 1168

52 / 1321

16 / 406

18 / 457

20 / 508

22 / 559

24 / 610

26 / 660

28 / 711

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

62 / 1575

68 / 1727

74 / 1880

80 / 2032

86 / 2184

92 / 2337

98 / 2489

30 / 762

32 / 813

36 / 914

40 / 1016

42 / 1067

48 / 1219

52 / 1321

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

104 / 2642

110 / 2794

123 /3124

135 / 3429

141 / 3581

159 /

171 /

4039

4368

*The pipe diameter listed is the nominal pipe size; for the actual pipe outside diameters see a Commercial [ipe Chart. A chain calculation formula for determining the length of chain required for any size pipe can be found on the Internet at www.mathey.com under Product Formulas.

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2.4 - Dimension and Weight Dimension Description Longitudinal Wheel Distance (Position 1) (Position 2) Total Height Transversal Wheel Distance Torch Arm Clearance Clearance Parallel to Pipe Axis

(in / mm) A: 4 5/16 / 110 B: 5 5/16 / 135 C: 14 5/8 / 372 D: 8 1/16 / 205 E: 13 5/16 / 338 D&E: 22 / 559 F: 21 3/8 / 543

Machine Description Net Weight of Base Unit (less Chain) Manual Model with Gas Torch: 115vac Motorized Model with Gas Torch: 230vac Motorized Model with Gas Torch: Manual Model without Gas Torch: 115vac Motorized Model without Gas Torch: 230vac Motorized Model without Gas Torch: Shipping Dimensions and Weights Packaging size (in/mm): Model with Gas Torch: Model without Gas Torch: 230vac Motorized Model with Gas Torch: 230vac Motorized Model without Gas Torch: 110vac Motorized Model with Gas Torch: 110vac Motorized Model without Gas Torch: Power Supply Unit (in/mm): Power Supply Unit (lbs / kg): Steel Carrying Case (shipping dims) in: Steel Carrying Case:

34 lbs. / 15.4kg 44 lbs. / 20 kg 32 lbs. / 14.5 kg 43 lbs. / 9.5 kg

10 x 10 x 18 / 254 x 254 X 457 34 lbs. / 14.5kg (chain not included) 36 lbs. (16 kg) / (chain not included)

49 lbs. / 22.2 kg 51lbs. / 23.12 kg 14 1/2 x 8 5/8 x 7 1/4 / 370 x 20 x 185 17 / 7.7 21 x 19 x 17 / 520 x 475 x 415 33 lbs. (15 kg)

3.0 - OPERATING INSTRUCTION 3.1 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Chain Length To determine Drive Chain Length required see Table 1 of the Section 2.2 that shows the chain length for various diameters of pipe. For other diameters of pipe other than those listed see the calculation formula on our web site at www.mathey.com or contact. 3.2 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; How to Lengthen / Shorten the Drive Chain. From Table 1 of the Section 2.2, select the Drive-Chain length required. If the chain length is incorrect, proceed as follow: Note: It is recommended that the Cottered Chain and Riveted Chain not be used together. To Lengthen / Shorten the Cottered Chain - use the following procedure: 3.2.1 - Select the chain segments required to extend or shorten the chain to the length. (See Table 1 of the Section 2.2.) 3.2.2 - Measure the length of the chain and remove the Cotter Pins at the next full link. 3.2.3 - Place the Chain over the Pinion (N4A). 3.2.3.1.1 - Join the Chain Ends using a Chain Segment. The chain can also be joined with the Chain Junction Link (N21/B) to easily identify the chain length required for a given diameter.

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3.3 – 3.3.1

3.3.2

Cutting 16” pipe diameters and smaller with the Mini Chain Machine. -Before to placing the machine on the pipe, check area where the Mini chain will be placed on the pipe for concave or convex areas in the pipe surface. Removed a much of the deformity that is allowed by the welding specification. - Set the machine on the portion of the pipe that is to remain on the pipe stand with the wheels on the Torch Arm side of the machine about 4” - 7” (102 - 178mm) away from the cut line. The distant from cut line to the wheels is dependent on the torch bevel angle.

Warning: Placing the machine on the portion of the pipe that is being cut off will result in unrepairable damage to the Mini Chain Machine. 3.3.3 3.3.4 3.3.5 3.3.6 3.3.7

Pull the Drive Chain through the cavity between the Sliding Core (3M) and the Sprocket until 12” 18” of the Chain is protruding out of the other side. Lay the Chain to rest on the Sprocket. Connect the Chain ends. Rotate the Tensioning Hand Wheel applying tension to the Chain. For a square cut, rotate the Mini Chain Machine one (1) full turn around the pipe to insure the Chain is perpendicular to the outside diameter of the pipe.

3.3.8 - The Chain Machine is now ready for the installation of the Fuel Torch. Note: If the pipe is spiral welded, excessively out-of-round or is in the vertical position, see instructions for the installation of the Guide Strip. 3.4 – When cutting pipe under the follow conditions the Mini Chain Machine Guide Strip is recommended. If the pipe to be cut is spiral welded, severely out-of-round, in vertical or oblique position and when cutting pipes larger than 18” (457mm) it will be necessary to use a Guide Strip. Use the following procedure for installing the Guide Strip. Table 3.4 Guide Strip Sections required for a given diameter Tail Short Center Long Center Pipe Diameter Head In / mm Section Section Section Section 05-0520-013B 05-0520-013D 05-0520-013C 05-0520-013A 18 / 457

1

1

****

****

20 / 508

1

1

****

****

24 / 610

1

1

****

****

28 / 711

1

1

1

****

30 / 762

1

1

1

****

32 / 813

1

1

1

****

34 / 864

1

1

****

1

36 / 914

1

1

****

1

42 / 1067

1

1

2

****

48 / 1219

1

1

1

1

52 / 1321

1

1

****

2

54 / 1372

1

1

2

1

58 / 1473

1

1

2

1

60 / 1524

1

1

1

2

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3.4.1.a Check the 8” – 18” (203-457mm) away from the cut line where the Mini Guide Strip will fit on the pipe for concave or convex areas in the pipe surface. Remove as much of the deformity that is allowed by the welding specification. Warning: Placing the machine on the portion of the pipe, which is being cut off will result in unrepairable damage to the Mini Chain Machine. See table 3.4 for Guide Strip Sections required for a given Diameter 3.4.1.b Form all sections of the Guide Strip so that they fit the pipe diameter to be cut as close as possible. The better the sections of the Guide Strip fit the diameter of the pipe; the easier it will be to latch the ends of the Guide Strip together.

FIGURE 1 3.4.1.b.1 Attach the sections of the Guide Strips together as shown in Figure 1 with the Washer (C1) in between the Band End Pivot Points and insert the Pins (C2). 3.4.4 The section containing the Latch Handle Assemblies (B) should be at one end of the assembled Guide Strip and the section containing the Receiver Section Ends (A) should be at the other end. 3.4.5.a.1 It may be necessary to move the Latch Handle Assemblies in order to latch the Guide Strip around the diameter. To move the Latch Handle Assemblies to their proper location, remove the Counter Screws and Domed Nuts (D) from the Latch Handle Assemblies (B) shown Figure 2 and remove the Latch Assemblies from the Guide Strip. Place the section (G) containing the Latch Handle Assemblies (B) over the section containing the Latch End (A). 3.4.7 3.4.8 3.4.9

Fold the Latch Handles (E) of the Assemblies over until it touches the Screws (F) of the Latch Adjustment. Place the end of the Latch Adjustment Screws (F) of the Latch Handle Assemblies into the curved portion of the Latch End (A). Place the Latch Handle Assemblies (B) Base over the Guide Strip from which it was removed.

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FIGURE 2 3.4.10 Locate the nearest holes (G) in that section of the Guide Strip and mark them. 3.4.11 Place the Latch Handle Assemblies (B) Base over the marked holes and insert Countersunk Screws and Nuts (D) in the Latch Handle Assembly Base. 3.4.12.a Tighten the Domed Nuts on the Screws. 3.4.13 Place the end of the Latch Adjustment Screws (F) of the Latch Handle Assemblies into the curved portion of the Latch Ends (A). 3.4.14 Adjust the end of the Latch Adjustment Screws (F) until the handle of Latch Handle Assembly will lock in position. 3.4.15 Place the Mini Chain Machine over the Guide Strip. 3.4.16 Pull the Drive Chain through the cavity between the Sliding Core (3M) and the Sprocket until 12” – 18” of the Chain is protruding out of the other side. 3.4.17 Lay the Chain to rest on the Sprocket. 3.4.18 Place the Chain between the Dome Nuts located in the center of the Guide Strip. 3.4.19 Connect the Chain Ends using a Cottered Link or a Connecting Link. 3.4.20 Rotate the Tensioning Hand Wheel applying tension to the Chain. 3.4.21 Cut the Chain to length and insert the Conn-link. 3.4.22 The Mini Chain Machine is now ready for the installation of the Fuel Torch. 3.5 Assembling the Cutting Torch to the Mini Chain Machine The 1 3/8” (35mm) Torch Holder (17) is equipped with a Knob with 32 Pitch or Metric Pinion (17/A) to adjust the Gas Torch tip to pipe height. • • • • • • •

Verify that the Torch Tip is appropriate for the type of gas and for the thickness of the pipe to cut. Use the correct gas for the type of Torch purchased. A Plasma Cutting System with machine cutting can be used with the Mini to cut stainless steel and non-ferrous pipes. Use the correct gas for the type of Torch purchased. Set Gas and Oxygen Regulators to the pressure specified by the manufacturer for the type of gas that is being used. Move the Knob (29M) to check the Torch Arm Tension and adjust as needed. Install the Torch into the Torch Holder (17) and rotate the Knob with Pinion (17/A) to adjust the Gas Torch Tip to pipe height.

(See Table 2 on Section 2.3 for torch tip cutting capacities.)

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3.6 STARTING THE MANUAL CUTTING PROCESS • Light the GasTorch per the manufacturer’s instructions. • Preheat the pipe to the desired temperature. • Rotate the Crank Handle while applying the Cutting Oxygen to the Gas Torch to minimize notching of the pipe. • Rotate the Crank Handle of the machine until the cut is complete. • Turn off the Cutting Oxygen Valve as soon as the cut is complete. • Turn of the gas and oxygen to the Gas Torch. 3.7 STARTING THE 230VAC MOTORIZED CUTTING PROCESS • Connect the Power Supply (28) to the Right Angle Drive Motor (22/B). • Connect the Remote Control Pendent (27A) to the Power Supply (28) • Connect the Power Supply (28) to the 230vac Electrical Source. • Move the Power Switch (27/C) to the On Position. • Move the Forward/Reverse Switch (27/D) to the Forward or Reverse Position to check functionality of the equipment. Increase the Speed Regulator as needed. • Light the Gas Torch per the manufacturer’s instructions. • Preheat the pipe to the desired temperature. • Rotate the Crank Handle while applying the Cutting Oxygen to the Gas Torch to minimize notching of the pipe. • Continue to rotate the Chain Machine around the pipe until the cut is complete. • Turn off the Cutting Oxygen Valve as soon as the cut is complete. • Turn of the Gas and Oxygen to the Gas Torch. 3.8 STARTING THE 115VAC MOTORIZED CUTTING PROCESS • Connect the Motor Control Box (27/A1) to the Right Angle Drive Motor (22/B2). • Connect the Motor Control box (27/A1) to the 115vac Electrical Source. • Move the Forward/Reverse Switch to the forward or reverse position to check functionality of the equipment. Increase the Speed Regulator as needed. • Light the Gas Torch per the manufacturer’s instructions. • Preheat the pipe to the desired temperature. • Move the Forward/Reverse Switch to the desired direction, while applying the Cutting Oxygen to the Gas Torch to minimize notching of the pipe. • Rotate the Mini Chain Machine around the pipe until the cut is complete. • Turn off the Cutting Oxygen Valve as soon as the cut is complete. • Turn off the Gas and Oxygen to the Gas Torch. 3.9 DISASSEMBLY MANUAL MODEL AFTER USE • Remove the Cutting Torch from the Torch Holder (17). Check the functionality of the Gas Torch and Cutting Tip. • Rotate the Tensioning Levers (8E) simultaneously releasing the chain tension. • Remove the Joint Bolt and Nut (21A) or Junction Link (21B) from the chain. • Remove the chain machine base unit from the pipe. • Remove the Guide Strip from the pipe by releasing both Latch Handle Assemblies (B). 3.10 DISASSEMBLY 230VAC MOTORIZED MODEL AFTER USE • Move the Power Switch (27/C) to the On Position. • Disconnect the Power Supply (28) to the 230vac Electrical Source. • Disconnect the Power Supply (28) to the Right Angle Drive Motor (22/B). • Disconnect the Remote Control Pendent (27A) to the Power Supply (28). • Remove the Cutting Torch from the Holder (17). Check the functionality of the Gas Torch and Cutting Tip. • Rotate the Tensioning Levers (8E) simultaneously releasing the chain tension. • Remove the Joint Bolt and Nut (21A) or Junction Link (21B) from the Chain. • Remove the Chain Machine from the pipe. • If used remove the Guide Strip from the pipe by releasing both Latches.

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- 3.11 DISASSEMBLY 115VAC MOTORIZED MODEL AFTER USE -

Move the Forward/Reverse Switch to the Off Position. Disconnect the Motor Control Box (27/A1) from the 115vac Electrical Source. Disconnect the Motor Control Box (27/A1) from the Right Angle Drive Motor (22/B2). Remove the Cutting Torch from the Torch Holder (17). Check the functionality of the Gas Torch and Cutting Tip. - Rotate the Tensioning Levers (8E) simultaneously releasing the chain tension. - Remove the Joint Bolt and Nut (21A) or Junction Link (21B) from the Chain. - Remove the Mini Base Unit from the pipe. - If used—remove the Guide Strip from the pipe by releasing both Latches. 4.0. - SAFETY DEVICES 4.1 Accident Prevention Rules. The operator should follow all shop, national and manufacturer standard Safety Procedures for the safety of the operators using the equipment such as: - Persons in the work area should always wear safety equipment—such as safety glasses or face shield, gloves, safety shoes and clothing suitable for the work environment and the ambient temperature. - All the personnel, who are working around the machine, while the machine is operating, should wear safety glasses for eye protection. - Before starting the cutting operation, check all connections to the Torch and Oxygen and Gas Regulators. - The cutting speed must be properly selected considering the thickness of the pipe to cut. - Keep the work area clear of all flammable material. - Always wear safety glasses when removing slag, grinding dust and other debris from the work area. - Make sure the Mini Torch Regulators and Hose are properly maintenanced. - During the cutting process, all the personnel not associated with the process must stay at safety distance. IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE PROCEDURES, ALL SHOP, NATIONAL AND MANUFACTURER’S SAFETY INSTRUCTION CONCERNING THE FLAME CUTTING SYSTEM SHOULD BE FOLLOWED. ALL CUTTING OPERATIONS SHOULD BE CONDUCTED IN THE BEST OF SAFETY CONDITIONS.

5.0 – CONDITIONS OF USE 5.1 Recommendations for Use The MINI Chain Machine is designed to cut metal pipe having a minimum nominal pipe diameter of 4” (102mm). It is not recommended to fit the Guide Belt and the Drive Chain on heavily crushed pipe or pipe having weld crown in excess of 3/8” (9.5mm) in order to avoid disfigurement of the Guide Strip and overloading of the Drive Chain. Cutting of vertical pipe should not be attempted without the use the Mini Guide Strip. 6.0. - MAINTENANCE 6.1 Routine Maintenance - Routine maintenance should be planned in advance to avoid down time. - The period between routine maintenance checks should be shortened if the machine is in constant use. - Check the machine to insure it has not been dropped. - Replace all worn parts during the routine maintenance inspection. - Maintain the Gas Torch and the Oxygen and Gas Regulators per the manufacturer’s instructions. - Check daily the Oxygen and Gas Hoses for burns and abrasions. - Oxygen and Gas Bottles should be checked in accordance to the safety standard. 6.2 Extraordinary Maintenance The machine doesn’t require specific maintenance under normal conditions. Please contact C.I.A. Mathey Italiana S.r.l. or Mathey Dearman Inc., for assistance and suggestions to obtain best machine performance prior to disassembly of cutting machine. Please inform manufacturer for any problems that occur or any suggestions to improve the performances of the machine. Your suggestions will aid in updating future machines. 7.0 - WARRANTY 7.1 - General Conditions C.I.A. Italiana S.r.l. warrants the products mentioned in this manual for a period of 1 (one) year from the date of delivery. The warranty is valid for the above-mentioned period and only for the parts that will have defect of design or defective material. Complaint must be sent directly to C.I.A. Italiana S.r.l. or Mathey Dearman, Inc., with reasons for defects.

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C.I.A. Italiana S.r.l. will provide full instructions for repair or the replacement, free of charge, for the defective parts. The purchaser will cover any transport expenses and/or service.

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7.2 - Limitations C.I.A. Italiana S.r.l. and Mathey Dearman are not responsible for the following: - Improper use of the machine. - Use against the national and/or international regulation in force. - Improper or wrong connection. - Bad fault on maintenance. - Unauthorized modifications and/or services. - Use of non-original spare-parts or specific components called for in this Operating Manual. - Non-observance of the instruction, also partially. - Unusual events such as natural disasters. 8.0 – MINI CHAIN MACHINE IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE UNDER THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS: - MINI CHAIN MACHINE is specially designed to cut and bevel pipes. - Never to be used in presence of gas or inflammable liquid or solid. - All obstacles must be removed before operation to insure proper clearance around the pipe. - Flame Torch has never been positioned in direction of the operator or other people. - Never use Torch with nonC.I.A. Italiana S.r.l. Mathey Dearman, Inc. appropriate gas. Via Isonzo 26 4344 South Maybelle Ave. - For proper use of Torch and 2050 San Damiano di Brugherio Tulsa, OK 74107 Tip refer to the specific Milano Manual for proper use. Switch Off the Cutting Flame Pipe Cutting Machine Version Manual Machine and Torch prior to machine maintenance. Motorized Serial N°: ……………………………………………………………..… Purchase Date: …………………………………………………………... Dealer: ………………………………………………………………..….. Customer Name: ……………………………………………………….... Address: ………………………………………………………………….. This machine is Warranted for a period of one (1) year from the Date of delivery. Registered on: ………………………… Mathey Italiana

by C.I.A.

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9.0 Exploded Drawing of Manual Mini Chain Machine Figure 3 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Base Unit

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11 – Figure 4 -SPARE PARTS LIST (PART A) 11.1 – Spare parts of main components of MINI Chain Cutting Machine. Table 4 - Components of Mini Chain Machine (See Figure 3) Item N1 N2 N3 3B 3C 3D 3E 3F 3G N4 N4/A N4/B N4/C N4/D N4/E N5 N5/A N6 N6/A N7 N7/A N8 N8/A N8/B N8/C N11 N11/A N11/B N11/C N11/D N11/E N12 N12/A N12/B N12/C

Description Aluminum Main Frame Right Block Left Block Bearing Flange Bronze Tooth Rim Worm Gear Bearing Screw, M4 x 8 Pinion Holder Shaft Pinion Locking Pin Key, 5 x 5 x 18mm Seeger, Dia. 15mm Flange Column Screw, M8 x 15 Clamping Plate Screw, M6 x 12 Cover Plate Screw, M8 x 15 (See N5/A) Tensioning Screw, M12 x 140 Tensioning Hand-Wheel Spring Washer Wheel Axel Bronze Bushing Collar Washer Screw, M6 x 12 (See N6/A) Rack Holder Floating Device Gear Rack Screw, M5 x 12 Countersunk screw, M3 x 10

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Part Number 05-0520-1N1 05-5201N2 05-5201N3 05-510-103B 05-0510-103C 05-010-103D 05-0510-103E 05-0510-103F 05-0510-103G 05-0520-1N4 05-0520-1N4A 05-0520-1N4B 05-0520-1N4C 05-0520-1N4D 05-0520-1N4E 05-0520-1N5 05-0520-1N5A 05-0520-1N6 05-0520-1N6A 05-0520-1N7 05-0520-1N5A 05-0520-1N8 05-0520-1N8A 05-0520-1N8B 05-0520-1N8C 05-0520-1N11 05-0520-1N11A 05-0520-1N11B 05-0520-1N11C 05-0520-1N11D 05-0520-1N6A 05-0520-1N12 05-0520-1N12A 05-0520-1N12B 05-0520-1N12C


11 – Figure 4 -SPARE PARTS LIST (PART A) 11.1 – Spare parts of main components of MINI Chain Cutting Machine. Table 4 - Components of Mini Chain Machine (See Figure 3) Item N1 N2 N3 3B 3C 3D 3E 3F 3G N4 N4/A N4/B N4/C N4/D N4/E N5 N5/A N6 N6/A N7 N7/A N8 N8/A N8/B N8/C N11 N11/A N11/B N11/C N11/D N11/E N12 N12/A N12/B N12/C

Description Aluminum Main Frame Right Block Left Block Bearing Flange Bronze Tooth Rim Worm Gear Bearing Screw, M4 x 8 Pinion Holder Shaft Pinion Locking Pin Key, 5 x 5 x 18mm Seeger, Dia. 15mm Flange Column Screw, M8 x 15 Clamping Plate Screw, M6 x 12 Cover Plate Screw, M8 x 15 (See N5/A) Tensioning Screw, M12 x 140 Tensioning Hand-Wheel Spring Washer Wheel Axel Bronze Bushing Collar Washer Screw, M6 x 12 (See N6/A) Rack Holder Floating Device Gear Rack Screw, M5 x 12 Countersunk screw, M3 x 10

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Part Number 05-0520-1N1 05-5201N2 05-5201N3 05-510-103B 05-0510-103C 05-010-103D 05-0510-103E 05-0510-103F 05-0510-103G 05-0520-1N4 05-0520-1N4A 05-0520-1N4B 05-0520-1N4C 05-0520-1N4D 05-0520-1N4E 05-0520-1N5 05-0520-1N5A 05-0520-1N6 05-0520-1N6A 05-0520-1N7 05-0520-1N5A 05-0520-1N8 05-0520-1N8A 05-0520-1N8B 05-0520-1N8C 05-0520-1N11 05-0520-1N11A 05-0520-1N11B 05-0520-1N11C 05-0520-1N11D 05-0520-1N6A 05-0520-1N12 05-0520-1N12A 05-0520-1N12B 05-0520-1N12C


Table 4 – (cont.) Components of Mini Chain Machine (See Figure 3) Item Description Part Number 14 Torch for Torch Holder (complete) 05-0510-114 14/A Socket Set Screw, M6 x 15 05-0510-114A 14/B Knob with Metric Gear & Locking Pin 05-0510-114B 14/C Brass Slide 05-0510-114C 14/D Socket Set Screw, M4 x 15 05-0510-114D 17 35mm Torch Holder w/ 32 Pitch Pinion (complete) 05-0510-117 35mm Torch Holder w/ metric pinion (complete) 05-0510-117E 17/A Knob with 32 Pitch Gear & Locking Pin 05-0510-117A Knob with Metric Gear & Locking Pin 05-0510-117F 17/B Plastic Locking Knob 05-0510-117A Metal Locking Knob 05-0510-117 17/C Screw, M6 x 20 05-0520-117C 19 American Torch, dia. 35mm European Torch, dia. 35mm American Torch, dia. 35mm with 32 Pitch Rack European Torch, dia. 35mm with Metric Rack 19/A Locking Nut, “H” Cutting Tip Locking Nut, “S” Cutting Tip 19/B Cutting Tip See Table 2 19/C Screw, 32 Pitch Rack (specify torch make & model ) Screw, Metric Rack 1,5 x 5 19/D Rack, Torch 32 Pitch (specify torch make & model ) Rack, Torch Metric Pitch 21 2-Mesh Chain 05-0520-121 N21/B Connecting Link 05-0520-1N21B N21/C Chain Junction Link 05-0520-1N21C 24 Crank Handle (complete) 05-0510-124 24/A Revolving Handle 05-0510-124A 24/B Socket Set Screw, M3 x 8 05-0510-124B 24/C Crank Handle Frame 05-0510-124C N/25 Hose Support 05-0520-1N25 N/25A Screw, M5 X 22 05-0520-N25A 60/A N° 2 Hex Key 05-0510-160A 60/B N° 3 Hex Key 05-0510-160B 60/C N° 4 Hex Key 05-0510-160C 60/D N° 5 Hex Key 05-0510-160D 60/E N° 6 Hex Key 05-0510-160E

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Figure 4 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 230vac Motorized Mini Chain Machine

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Table 5 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Motorized Mini Chain Machine Components (See Figure 3 and 4) Item

22 22/A 22/B 22/C 27 27/B 27/C 27/D 27/E 28 28/A 28/B 28/C 28/D 28/F 28/G 28/H 28/I 28/L

Description Motorizing Kit, 115 VAC Motorizing Kit, 230 VAC with 2 wall sockets (CE) Motorizing Kit, 230 VAC with 3 wall sockets (CE) Motor Adapter Flange (115VAC) Motor Adapter Flange (230VAC) Motor Coupling Sleeve (115VAC) Motor Coupling Sleeve (230VAC) Motor, Right Angle 90 volts DC (115VAC) Motor, Right Angle 50 volts DC (230VAC) Screw, M3 X 8 Motor Control Box (115VAC) Remote Control Box (230VAC) Pilot Lamp (2302VAC) Power Switch (230VAC) Forward Control (230VAC) Speed Regulator (230VAC) Power Supply Cabinet , 2 Sockets Power Supply Cabinet , 3 Sockets Motor Power Supply Socket Auxiliary 230V Socket Auxiliary 230V Socket General Power Switch Cable Restraint Power Supply Unit Fuse Transformer 500 Amperes Transformer 900 Amperes Step-Down Transformer

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Part Number 05-0510-A01 05-0510-A02 05-0510-A03 05-0510-014 05-0510-122 05-0510-015 05.0510.122A 03-0201-056 05-0510-122B 05-0520-122C 03-0203-009 05-0510-081

05-0510-073 05-0510-086

05-0510-087


Figure 5 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Mini Chain Machine Accessories

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Table 6 - Accessories of the Mini Chain Machine (See Figure 6) Item Description 39A Head Section, Guide Strip (SEE Table 3.4) 39B Tail Section, Guide Strip (SEE Table 3.4) 39C Short Center Section, Guide Strip (SEE Table 3.4) 39D Long Center Section, Guide Strip (SEE Table 3.4) 39E Pin and Spacer for Guide Strip 36 9 foot (3m) Flexible Drive Cable Assembly (complete) 14 foot (3m) Flexible Drive Cable Assembly (complete) Adapter, Cable Drive Adapter, Cable Drive (European) Coupling, Cable Drive Coupling, Cable Drive (European) 16 Grinding Tool Holder (complete) 16/A Locking Knob with Screw 16/B Locking Knob with Screw 37/B Grinding Tool Holder (European) 37/C Portable Right Angle Grinder, 230 V 37/D Grinding Wheel 38/C Portable Right Angle Grinder, 48 V Steel Storage Case (not shown)

Part Number 05-0520-013B 05-520-013D 05-0520-013C 05-0520-013A 05-0510-FDC 05-0510-FD14 05-0510-010 05-0510-010 05-0510-116 05-0510-116A 05-0510-116B

05-0520-BOX

12 – STORAGE 12.1 - General information - Lubricate all moving parts of the Mini Chain Machine with a light coat of oil - Store the machine in a clean, dry, and safe environment. - Store the machine in the Mini Chain Machine Storage Box if the machine will not be used for an extended period of time. 13.0 – RECYCLING OF COMPONENTS 13.1 - Separation of the components - Separate the components by category for a possible re-use or separate waste. - Reference local regulations concerning disposal of components. - The components of MINI CHAIN MACHINE are: Stainless Steel Aluminum Brass Plastic

Columns, wheels, floating device, worm-crew bolts, toothed rim, shaft, spring. Main body unit, “U” body unit, torch holder. Pinion, torch holder support, slide. Crank, knob, handle

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Table 7 – Mini Chain Machine Chain Kits Item Description 21 2-Mesh Chain (Sold by Meter) N21/A Joint Bolt and Nut (complete) N21/A1 Joint Bolt N21/A2 Joint Nut N21/B Connecting Link N21/C Chain Junction Link Wheel Pos 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

Chain Length In/mm 27 / 686 34 / 864 40 / 1016 46 / 1168 52 / 1321 56 / 1422 61 / 1549 67 / 1702 73 / 1854 80 / 2032 86 / 2184 92 / 2337 98 / 2489 110 / 2794 116 / 2946 122 / 3099 128 / 3251 134 / 3404 141 / 3581 147 / 3734 159 / 4039 165 / 4191 171 / 4343 178 / 4521 184 / 4674 190 / 4826 196 / 4978

Part Number 05-0520-121 05-0520-1N21A 05-0520-1N21A1 05-0520-1N21A2 05-0520-1N21B 05-0520-1N21C

Chain Kit Pipe Diameter

Part Number

4” (102m) 6” (152mm) 8” (203mm) 10” (254mm) 12” (305mm) 14” (356mm) 16” (406mm) 18” (457mm) 20” (508mm) 22” (559mm) 24” (610mm) 28” (711mm) 30” (762mm) 32” (813mm) 34” (864mm) 36” (914mm) 40” (1016mm) 42” (1067mm) 44” (1118mm) 46” (1168mm) 48” (1219mm) 50” (1270mm) 52” (1321mm) 54” (1372m) 56” (1422mm) 58” (1473mm) 60” (1524mm) -18-

01-0520-004 01-0520-006 01-0520-008 01-0520-010 01-0520-012 01-0520-014 01-0520-016 01-0520-018 01-0520-020 01-0520-022 01-0520-024 01-0520-028 01-0520-030 01-0520-032 01-0520-034 01-0520-036 01-0520-040 01-0520-042 01-0520-044 01-0520-046 01-0520-048 01-0520-050 01-0520-052 01-0520-054 01-0520-056 01-0520-058 01-0520-060

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Warranty If any merchandise sold hereunder (except merchandise manufactured by other persons or firms) by Mathey Dearman, Inc. (the “Company”) is not in accordance with specifications shown on the order within customarily accepted tolerances, or is defective on account of workmanship or material, and if such merchandise is returned at the customer’s expense and rise, to the Company’s manufacturing facility (or at the Company’s option, is returned to a repair facility authorized by the Company), within ninety (90) days after the Company’s date of shipment thereof, the Company will, at its option, replace or repair the merchandise. This agreement, however, is upon the conditions: (A) that the customer promptly notifies the Company in writing of any claim under this agreement, setting forth in detail any such claimed defect. (B) That the Company be afforded a reasonable opportunity to examine the merchandise and to investigate the claimed defect at the Company’s manufacturing facility or at an authorized repair facility, the Company shall not be, in any event, liable for damages beyond the price paid by the customer for such defective merchandise; specifically but without limitation, the Company may fulfill its obligations under this Agreement by tendering such purchase price at any time. THE COMPANY SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, PUNITITVE, OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES. This agreement does not obligate the Company to bear any transportation charges in connection with the replacement or the repair of defective merchandise. As to any item manufactured by other persons or firms, the Company agrees to present a request for adjustment for repair to such manufacturer, and the customer agrees that the liability of the Company shall not exceed any adjustment with respect to which such manufacturer accepts responsibility. THE ABOVE AGREEMENT IS IN LIEU OF ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED AND IT IS AGREED THAT THERE IS NO EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY BY THE COMPANY AS TO THE FITNESS, MERCHANTABILITY CAPACITY, OR EFFICIENCY OF ANY MERCHANDISE SOLD, AND THAT THERE ARE NO ORAL OR WRITTEN EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES MADE IN CONNECTION WITH ANY SALE BY THE COMPANY. No modification or addition to this agreement, either before or after the contract of sale, shall be made except on written authority of the President or Vice President of the Company.

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C.I.A. Mathey Italiana S.r.l. Via Isonzo, 26 - 20050 S. Damiano di Brugherio (MI) Phone: +39 039 831019/2020021 â&#x20AC;˘ Fax: +39 039 2020079 ciamathey@promo.it â&#x20AC;˘ www.ciamathey.com

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Register product online @ www.mathey.com &lt;http://www.mathey.com&gt; REVISED: AUGUST 2009 ©Mathey Dearman, Inc. ______________Machine Mode...

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