Stanley Black & Decker BR40 Automobile Parts User Manual

User manual for the device Stanley Black & Decker BR40 Automobile Parts

Stanley Black & Decker BR40 Automobile Parts User Manual

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BR40HYDRAULICBREAKERSafety, Operation and MaintenanceUSER MANUAL© 2011 Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.New Britain, CT 06053U.S.A.62399 2/2011 Ver. 6

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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITYDECLARATION OF CONFORMITYÜBEREINSTIMMUNGS-ERKLARUNGDECLARATION DE CONFORMITE CEEDECLARACION DE CONFORMIDADDICHIARAzIONE DI CONFORMITAHydraulic Tools______________________________________________________________________I, the undersigned:Ich, der Unterzeichnende:Je soussigné:El abajo firmante:lo sottoscritto:Weisbeck, AndySurname and First names/Familiennname und Vornamen/Nom et prénom/Nombre y apellido/Cognome e nomehereby declare that the equipment specified hereunde

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TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATION OF CONFORMITY...........................................................................................................................2safety SYMBOLS...................................................................................................................................................4SAFETY PRECAUTIONS...........................................................................................................................................5TOOL STICKERS

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safety SYMBOLSSafety symbols and signal words, as shown below, are used to emphasize all operator, maintenance and repair actions which, if not strictly followed, could result in a life-threatening situation, bodily injury or damage to equipment.This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injuryhazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possibleinjury or death.DANGERThis safety alert and signal word indicate an imminently hazardous situa

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONSTool operators and maintenance personnel must alwayscomply with the safety precautions given in this manualand on the stickers and tags attached to the tool andhose.These safety precautions are given for your safety. Review them carefully before operating the tool and beforeperforming general maintenance or repairs.Supervising personnel should develop additional precautions relating to the specific work area and localsafety regulations. If so, place the added precautions inthe

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Safety PRECAUTIONS• Warning: Hydraulic fluid under pressure could causeskin injection injury. If you are injured by hydraulicfluid, get medical attention immediately.• Never use the tool in an explosive atmosphere,sparks from the breaking process could ignite explosive gas.• Keep all body parts away from the working tool.• • Always wear personal protection equipment (PPE)such as goggles, safety shoes, head, eye, breathing, and ear protection when operating the tool. Usegloves and apron

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TOOL STICKERS & TAGSStanley Hydraulic toolsdivision of the Stanley Works3810 SE Naef RoadMilwaukie, OR 9726705152Stanley Decal28374Name Tag (BR40568YA)12835Name Tag (BR40550)71072CE Tool Plate58601Sound LevelDecal(CE Tool only)28409Composite Decal(CE Tool only)11206Circuit Type C Decal(CE Tool only)NOTE:THE INFORMATION LISTEDON THE STICKERS SHOWN,MUST BE LEGIBLE AT ALLTIMES.REPLACE DECALS IFTHEY BECOME WORN ORDAMAGED. REPLACEMENTSARE AVAILABLE FROMYOUR LOCAL STANLEYDISTRIBUTOR.The safety tag (p/

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HOSE TYPESThe rated working pressure of the hydraulic hose must be equal to or higher than the relief valve setting on the hydraulic system. There are three types of hydraulic hose that meet this requirement and are authorized for use withStanley Hydraulic Tools. They are:Certified non-conductive — constructed of thermoplastic or synthetic rubber inner tube, synthetic fiber braidreinforcement, and weather resistant thermoplastic or synthetic rubber cover. Hose labeled certified nonconductive i

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All hydraulic hose must meet or exceedspecifications as set forth by SAE J517.All hydraulic hose must have at least a ratedminimum working pressure equal to the maximum hydraulic system relief valve setting.This chart is intended to be used for hydraulictool applications only based on Stanley Hydraulic Tools tool operating requirements andshould not be used for any other applications.The chart to the right shows recommendedminimum hose diameters for various hoselengths based on gallons per minut

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HTMA REQUIREMENTSTOOL CATEGORYHYDRAULIC SYSTEMREQUIREMENTSTYPE ITYPE IITYPE IIITYPE RRFlow Rate4–6 gpm(15–23 lpm)7–9 gpm(26–34 lpm)11–13 gpm(42–49 lpm)9–10.5 gpm(34–40 lpm)Tool Operating Pressure(At the power supply outlet)2000 psi(145–155 bar)2000 psi(138 bar)2000 psi(138 bar)2000 psi(138 bar)System relief valve setting(At the power supply outlet)2100–2250 psi(145–155 bar)2100–2250 psi(145–155 bar)2100–2250 psi(145–155 bar)2200–2300 psi(145–155 bar)Maximum back

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OPERATIONThe recommended hose size is .500 inch/12 mm I.D. upto 50 ft/15 m long and .625 inch/16 mm I.D. minimum upto 100 ft/30 m.Pre-Operation ProceduresNOTE:Partially depressing the trigger allows the tool to runat slow speed. Slow-speed operation permits easierstarting of the tool bit into the work surface.1. Using a calibrated flowmeter and pressure gauge,check that the hydraulic power source develops aflow of 4–6 gpm/15–23 lpm at 1300 psi/90 bar.5. To start, break an opening (hole) in t

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TOOL PROTECTION & CARENOTICEIn addition to the Safety Precautions found inthis manual, observe the following for equipmentprotection and care.• Make sure all couplers are wiped clean before connection.• Always keep critical tool markings, such as warningstickers and tags legible.• The hydraulic circuit control valve must be in theOFF position when coupling or uncoupling hydraulic tools. Failure to do so may result in damage tothe quick couplers and cause overheating of the hydraulic system

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TROUBLESHOOTINGPROBLEMTool does not run.CAUSEREMEDYPower unit not functioning.Check power unit for proper flow andpressure (4–6 gpm/15–23 lpm, 1300–2000 psi/90–140 bar.Couplers or hoses blocked.Remove restriction.Pressure and return line hosesreversed at ports.Be sure hoses are connected to theirproper ports.Mechanical failure of piston orautomatic valve.Disassemble breaker and inspect fordamaged parts.Power unit not functioning.Check power unit for proper flow andpressure (4–6 gpm/15

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CHARGING THE ACCUMULATORAccumulator TestingProcedureTo check or charge the accumulator the following equipment is required:• 31254 Charge Kit: which includes the following.–– Accumulator Tester (Part Number 02835).–– Charging Assembly (P/N 15304, includes a liquid filled gauge with snub valve, hose and fittings).• NITROGEN bottle with an 800 psi/55 bar minimumcharge.(Not included in 31254 kit)Accumulator Charging1. Perform Steps 1 through 4 of the accumulator testing procedure above.

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CHARGING THE ACCUMULATORCharging the Accumulator (BR40 with Anti-Vibration Handles)CWTESTER CHARGINGVALVECHUCKGAUGEACCUMULATOR TESTER ( P/N 02835 )LOCATION OF CHARGING VALVEFigure 2Figure 2. Charging the Accumulator (BR40 with Anti-Vibration Handles)Liquid Filled Gauge w/Snub ValveCharge FittingNitrogen Tank(Not included in Kit)Charging Valve31254 ACCUMULATOR CHARGE KITIncludes: Liquid Filled Gauge w/Snub Valve,Hose, Charge Fitting, 02835 Tester, and Box(not pictured)HoseGauge02835 TESTERChuckCh

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SPECIFICATIONSPressure Range................................................................................................................ 1300–2000 psi/90–140 barFlow Range.................................................................................................................................. 4–6 gpm/15–23 lpmOptimum Flow........................................................................................................................................ 5 gpm/20 lpmMaximum

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BR40 T-HANDLE PARTS ILLUSTRATIONBR40 User Manual ◄ 17

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BR40 T-HANDLE Parts LISTItemPartNo.QtyDescriptionItemPartNo.QtyDescription1039711Coupler Set47047801Back-Up Washer2——No Item48043864Cup Seal3029002Roll Pin49043731Side Rod4016522Alternate Hose Assy. – 12 inch.50——No Item5128321Orifice Plug51043941Latch*6016052O-Ring (Incl W/ Item 4)52047161Spring Washer*7040581Spring53047171Foot Latch Bolt*8040771Valve Spool54047152Rubber Sleeve*9040571Bushing55043921Spring*076991Bushing Assy (Incl Items 9–12)56043931Detent*O-Ring, 11/16 × 7/8 × 3/

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BR40 PARTSbr40 ANTI-VIBRATION HANDLE PARTS ILLUSTRATIONBR40 User Manual ◄ 19

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BR40 Parts LISTbr40 ANTI-VIBRATION HANDLE PARTS LISTItemPartNo.QtyDescriptionItemPartNo.Qty1039711Coupler Set2——No Item49043821Automatic Valve50051521Stanley Decal30290024016522Roll Pin51283741BR40 Model Number DecalHose Assembly, 12 inch520438315—Flow Sleeve Tube—No Item53074771Hex Bushing *67016052O-Ring (Incl with Item 4)54043741Stop Nut *040581Spring55074451Breaker Foot with Insert Assy8205151Valve Spool56020221O-Ring, 2-1/4 × 2-1/2 × 1/8-228 R16 *9040571Bushing57043871Rod Wiper100

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