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SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS

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  • Page 1 OPERATIONSMANUAL SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS SERIES ELECTRIC WRENCHES SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Chapter 1: Safety Hints 1.1 Operators Responsibilities 1.2 Due Application Chapter 2: Service 2.1 Placing Tool in Service Chapter 3: Electrical Operation 3.1 EFC / EIP / EFC/L 3.2 EHS / EHRA / EFR / EF-SG 3.3 EHSplus / EHRAplus 3.3.1 Primary Operation Uni 3.4 EFCplus, EIPplus 3.5 Secondary Operation Unit: EHSplus, EFWplus, EFCplus, EIPplus 3.5.1 Bolting Programs -Standard 3.5.2 Adjustment of Programs: EHSplus, EHRAplus, EFCplus, EIPplus 3.5.3 LC-Display Chapter 4: Mechanical Operation 4.1...
  • Page 3 A. Initial Control and Packaging IMPORTANT! Visually inspect all components for shipping damage. If any damage is found, notify the carrier immediately. All returns must be in original packaging in order to avoid damage to the Titan-EF-Torque Wrench. Retain packaging. B. General Description of the Electrical Titan - Torque Wrenches ® Operation via an electric- and frequency controlled brush-free synchronized motor. High mounting speed. Reducement of shut-off speed when reaching required torque. Exact shut-off and large torque range. Suitable for all international electric networks. TYPE EFC / EIP/ EFC/ L TYPE EHSplus TYPE EHS TYPE EIPplus / EFCplus Titan - EHSCompact Torque Wrench...
  • Page 4 SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS 1.866.345.8484 1.866.345.8484 TYPE EHS-SG TYPE EFR TYPE EHRA and TYPE EHRAplus Titan - EHRA Angle Torque Wrench TYPE EEHRA and TYPE EHRAplus Titan - EFR Radial ® ® Torque Wrench and EHS-SG, ... for applications in narrow spaces. Torques up to approx. 31.000 Ft-lb, CW/CCW-direction and tap operation, Torque Wrenches with lateral gearing ...for applications of any positioning of service unit due to free joint execution;...
  • Page 5 TYPE TYPE EHS-SG Original accessories for your special joint: Titan -DMA (1), Titan -STACO (2), ® ® Titan -STABI (3) ® TYPE EHS, EHSplus For reducement of the spanner widths EHRA, EHRAplus Titan -STA (4) ® EFC, EFC/L, EFCplus Titan -DMA ® Reaction Arm resp. Torque Sensor Titan -STA ® Standard Adapter TYPE EHS-SG...
  • Page 6: Chapter 1: Safety Hints

    SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS 1.866.345.8484 1.866.345.8484 Titan - EHS -Torque Wrench ® EHS / EHSplus / EHRA / EHRAplus / EFC/L / EFC / EFCplus / EIP / EIPplus / EFR / EHS-SG 1. Safety Hints 1.1 Operators Responsibilities The Titan -Torque Wrench must not be operated or serviced unless the operator has read the Operation Manual and ®...
  • Page 7: Placing Tool In Service

    Operating Instructions 2.1 Placing Tool in Service Titan-EHS, EFC, EFC/L, EHRA, EHSplus, EHRAplus and EFCplus. WARNING! Beware of high hydraulic pressure components. Prepare your Titan -Torque Wrench for your specific bolting application, before you connect the ® plug! Double check that the standard sockets or any adapter are correctly fitted and undamaged. Never use damaged parts under any circumstances. Use original Titan - spare parts and accessories only. ® Replacement of the power supply plug due to nationally different power supplies resp. plug connections, must be performed according to the Technical Order “Power/Power Supply Plug” (see Appendix). IMPORTANT! To tighten or loosen hard/soft joints, specific torque take ups or adapters are needed in accordance with a specific bolting application (available as accessories, see Appendix). Standard nuts/-adapters are placed on the square drive and secured. Replacement also see Chapter Service, Paragraph 6.1. Preparation for the Bolting: • Place the Titan - Torque Wrench on a flat surface ® • Insert support arm/reaction arm onto toothing (8) Either secure with optional Rubber Safety Ring or with a special DMA (Safety screw is integrated), see Drwg. DMA-Examples with Titan...
  • Page 8 SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS 1.866.345.8484 1.866.345.8484 EF..-Torque Wrenches DMA-Examples EHRA TITAN TITAN www. www. .com .com...
  • Page 9: Chapter 3: Electrical Operation

    Operating Instructions Example: Titan-EFC / - EFC/L Two principles of construction within one tool: A - free joint tool-/service unit due to loosening (and removement) of locking screw, independent of position of torque pick-up DMA. B - fixed joint between motor-/service unit and power gear due to tightening of the locking screw. 3. Electrical Operation 3.1 Electrical Operation of the Titan-EFC / EIP / EFC/L Primary Operation Unit...
  • Page 10 Action point above: CCW-direction - tap operation In case the rocker button is pressed down continuously the torque wrench changes over to standard operation (when releasing the rocker button the tool stops) Tool shuts off precisely when reaching the required torque. ATTENTION! Before starting trigger lock for continuous operation. The electronics of the tool store rotation which has been carried out last. e.g. key for CW-direction is activated - sense of rotation is automatically pre-set to right direction when starting trigger lock for continuous operation etc.. Corresponding LED (3) is flashing in Secondary Operation Unit (B) and displays sense of rotation. If you wish to change sense of rotation press key CW/CCW pre-set (4) or briefly press corresponding key (tap for CW/CCW-operation). Then start trigger lock for continuous operation. Information: Pressing any button during trigger lock for continuous operation, will stop bolting process. TITAN TITAN www. www. .com .com...
  • Page 11 Secondary Operation Unit (B) 1. Presetting of desired torque limit-value via keys (+ / -) Steps 1-10 (one LED is flashing) and 9 intermediate stages (two LEDs are flashing) are selected. The figures 1-10 correspond with the Ft-lb values according to the torque chart. Intermediate values are to be taken from the flow chart. 2. Display of sense of rotation (3) and CCW-/CW presetting (Change Over Button 4) 3. Trigger lock for continuous operation starts via the “Start” Button (5).
  • Page 12 SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS 1.866.345.8484 1.866.345.8484 3.2 Electric Operation of the Titan-EHS / EHRA / EFR / EHS-SG Primary Operation Unit (A) Generally comprises: 1. Switching On/Off of tool, i.e. Connection/Separation with/from power supply (1) 2. Operation of tool during Mounting/Dismounting • Tap for CW operation (tool stops when releasing the button) • Tap for CCW operation (tool stops when releasing the button) • Start/Stop (when pressing the button the tool changes to trigger lock for continuous operation, • pressing the button anew the tool stops - continuous operation is being stopped) When reaching pre-set torque tool shuts off precisely. ATTENTION! Before starting trigger lock for continuous operation.
  • Page 13 Secondary Operation Unit (B) 1. Presetting of desired torque limit-value via keys (+ / -) Steps 1-10 (one LED is flashing) and 9 intermediate stages (two LEDs are flashing) are selected. The figures 1-10 correspond with the Ft-lb values according to the torque chart. Intermediate values are to be taken from the flow chart. 2. Display of sense of rotation (3) and CCW-/CW presetting (Change Over Button 4) 3. Trigger lock for continuous operation starts via the “Start” Button (5)** **NOTE! We recommend to use the Start Button of the Primary Operation Unit (A) when Mounting- or Dismounting.
  • Page 14 SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS 1.866.345.8484 1.866.345.8484 Secondary Operation Unit (B) 3.3. Electric Operation of the Titan-EHSplus and EHRAplus 3.3.1 Primary Operation Unit Generally comprises: 1. 1. Switching On/Off of tool, i.e. connection/separation with/from power supply (1) 2. 2. Operation of tool while mounting/dismounting: - Tap for CW-operation (tool stops when releasing the button) - Tool Start (pressing the button tool changes to trigger lock for continuous operation according to pre-set mode - Previously check sense of rotation in Secondary Operation Unit!). When reaching pre-set torque or finishing-angle tortion, tool shuts off precisely. 3. 3. Bolting process is being stopped by pressing any button during trigger lock for continuo operation.
  • Page 15 Primary Operation Unit Light-emitting button (1) - Switching On/Off of tool, which means Connection/Separation with/from power supply Operation of tool with four-edge operation button (2) Action point below: CW-direction - tap operation In case the rocker button is pressed down continuously the torque wrench changes over to standard operation (when releasing the rocker button the tool stops) Action point above: CCW-direction - tap operation In case the rocker button is pressed down continuously the torque wrench changes over to standard operation (when releasing the rocker button the tool stops) Tool shuts off precisely when reaching the required torque.
  • Page 16: Efcplus, Eipplus

    SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS 1.866.345.8484 1.866.345.8484 Operating Instructions 3.5 Secondary Operation Unit of the Titan-EHSplus, EHRAplus, EFCplus, EIPplus For adjustment of operation data resp. programs 3.5.1 Bolting - Programs - Standard TITAN TITAN www. www. .com .com...
  • Page 17: Ehraplus, Efcplus, Eipplus

    EF..-Torque Wrenches 3.5.2 Adjustment of Programs Titan-EHSplus, EHRAplus, EFCplus, EIPplus Adjustment Mode 1 Tightening with torque. With/without automatic release IMPORTANT!IMPORTANT!
  • Page 18 SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS 1.866.345.8484 1.866.345.8484 Adjustment Mode 2 Tightening with pre-set torque and finishing-angle tortion. With/without automatic release IMPORTANT! When entering pre torque the torque range is restricted (approx. 50 %) of the torque due to tightening with finishing-angle tortion TITAN TITAN www. www. .com .com...
  • Page 19 Adjustment Mode 3 Tightening with pre-set angle degrees.
  • Page 20 SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS 1.866.345.8484 1.866.345.8484 Adjustment Mode 4 Tightening with pre-set rotations TITAN TITAN www. www. .com .com...
  • Page 21: Lc-Display

    3.5.3 LC-Display...
  • Page 22: Chapter 4: Mechanical Operation

    SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS 1.866.345.8484 1.866.345.8484 4. Mechanical Operation 4.1 Tightening and Loosening (Titan-EHS, EHRA, EFC, EIP, EFC/L and “plus” Versions) WARNING! Be aware of rotating support arms or impact sockets. Keep clothing, hair or any loose objects clear of moving parts. Always wear proper protective clothing such as glasses, ear protection and gloves during tool operation. Do not leave the Torque Wrench unattended while in operation. A safe distance of operation is approx. one arms length from the tool while in operation. Never place hand on support arm (DMA) while in operation. Serious bodily injury can occur! Always place standard nut/-connector completely on screw/nut. Faulty screw connections may lead to materials overload. Moving parts may cause bruises or serious bodily injury. CAUTION! Keep the Torque Wrench in a vertical position (6) to the wrench axis while bolting in order to avoid damage to socket and/or the application due to side loading (5). Tightening and loosening screw connection procedures are as follows: • place the Titan...
  • Page 23 4.2 Tightening and Loosening Titan -EFR and Titan -EHS-SG ® ® Titan - EFR (Drawing left side) ® CAUTION! Insert the support bolt (8) completely in the housing bolts of the Titan - EFRTorque ® Wrench in order to avoid damage. For tightening and loosening screw connections follow the same instructions as stated with the Titan - EHS Torque Tools. On the radial drive of ® the Titan - EFR the torque wrench can be ® operated in a 90-degree angle due to the drive direction (6). The drive is carried out by a fixed socket size (4). The Titan - STA is used to reduce the ® socket size (7). Torque support is done by a support bolt (8). Make sure to have a safe and stable support (5). (Also see Drawing below.)
  • Page 24: Finishing/-Interrupting Operation

    SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS 1.866.345.8484 1.866.345.8484 Titan - EHS-SG ® For tightening and loosening screw connections follow the same instructions as stated with the Titan - Torque Tools. ® Place the Titan - EHS-SG completely on nut and ® operate the tool perpendicular to screw axis (6). The drive is carried out by a fixed socket size (4). The Titan ® - STA is used to reduce the socket size (7). Torque support is done by a support bolt (8). Make sure to have a safe and stable support (5). (Also see Drawing below.) Titan -STA Application Titan -EF-SG ® ® Standard Adapter 4.3 Finishing or Interrupting Operation (also with Replacements)
  • Page 25: Chapter 6: Working Test

    5. Noise and Vibration Sound pressure level: measured in accordance with German Machinery-Noise-Information-Leaflet - 3.GSGV dated 18. January 1991, §1,paragraph 1e, at maximum equipment performance is just over 85 dB(A). Please use ear protection in this case! In accordance with §1, paragraph 2 of the same leaflet, sound pressure levels were measured for different working cycles, with the sensor positioned at a distance of 1m to the geometric centre of the machine. Vibrations become moderate just prior reaching the pre-set torque. 6. Working Test6.1 Visual- and Mechanical Check Check grounded cords and plugs, operational- and elements of display, housing and accessories, i.e. Support Arm (DMA) etc. regularly. Faulty parts must be replaced by authorized personnel only or return the tool in original packaging to your nearest Titan - Partner or manufacturer. Particles of dirt within ® the hydraulic system may result in disturbances, faulty functions and break down of motor. 6.2 Meeting The Deadline The following operational- and service requirements must strictly be adhered to.
  • Page 26: Chapter 7: Maintenance/Servicing

    SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS 1.866.345.8484 1.866.345.8484 7. Maintenance/Servicing 7.1 Replacement of Standard Nut/-Connector and Support Arm CAUTION! Never use a tool that has been damaged. Use original Titan - parts only. ® • Disconnect power cord from power source • Place the Titan -Torque Wrench on a flat surface ® • Remove rubber ring and safety pin/bolt - standard nut • Remove DMA, loosen securings if necessary • Reverse operation for replacement Titan -DMA ® Support Arm resp. Torque Sensor Titan...
  • Page 27: Maintenance Periods

    Replacement of the Titan -STA (Standard Adapter) and the Support Bolt Type EFR ® CAUTION! Properly insert support bolt and/ or standard adapter to avoid damage. Titan -STA ® 7.2 Maintenance Periods NOTE! To guarantee long life and proper power output of your Titan -Torque Wrench have the tool inspected ® and maintained regularly (Power-Check, Motor-Check, Safety-Check). Maintenance Periods: Have the tool inspected once a year or after a maximum of 1.000 operational hours. Always send the tool in the original packaging to your nearest Titan -Partner or manufactur. ® Maintenance Periods Have the tool inspected once a year or after a maximum of 1.000 operational hours. Always send the tool in the original packaging to your nearest Titan -Partner or manufacturer. ®...
  • Page 28: Chapter 8: Technical Hints

    SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS 1.866.345.8484 1.866.345.8484 8. Technical Hints IMPORTANT! For safety reasons and in order to avoid a rise in temperature an automatic switch off of temperature is integrated in all types of the Titan - EHS / EFC / EFC/L-Torque Wrenches. In case the tool has turned ® off due to high temperature (all light-emitting diodes on operation desk are flashing), do not switch off power supply otherwise the cooling ventilation is out of operation! The tool is ready for use again after a short period of cooling (LEDs have stopped flashing). 9. Putting the Tool out of Operation When not in use keep your Titan - Torque Wrench in a dry, secure place out of reach of children. ® Swivelling parts have to be conserved against oxidation 10. Appendix • Technical Details (Flow Chart) • Technical Order (Replacement of Power Supply Plug) - Page 23 • Accessories: e. g.: Standard Adapter STA, Standard Connector STABI, Torque Sensor DMA, Standard Nut STACO etc. •...
  • Page 29: Replacing The Power Supply Plug

    Replacing the power supply plug of the Titan-torque tools ATTENTION Replacement of plug must be performed by authorized, factory trained personnel Proceed as follows: 1. Disconnect tool from power supply 2. Cut off plug from cable ATTENTION - Important Informations All Titan torque tools are equipped with a 3-wired grounded cord Please mind that the newly connection of the plug is carried out expertly The Titan EF Torque Tools are equipped with a metallic housing which has to be earthed ATTENTION After connecting the plug please check electrical safety of the tool. Incorrect connection may lead to deadly injuries due to electric shock. Technical details are subject to be changed...
  • Page 30 SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS SUPERIOR BOLTING SOLUTIONS 1.866.345.8484 1.866.345.8484 EHS-Torgue Wrenches Titan-EFCip Titan-EFC -EIP / -EFC/L Types: EHS... to EHS-SG Titan-EFC Titan-EFCplus -EIPplus Titan-EHS Titan-EHS-SG Titan-EHSplus Titan-EFR Titan-EHRA Titan-EHRAplus TITAN TITAN www. www. .com .com...
  • Page 31 Read this manual carefully before putting your Titan-Torque Wrench into operation. The Warning Hints (See Page 24) must strictly be adhered to. Titan -EIP ..® degree of protection IP 54. Titan -EIP / EIP...plus - ® Compact shut off Torque Tool Series for torques from approx. 52 to 4600 Ft-lb. High profitability due to problem-free operation upon any kind of weather - dampness or rain - no problem! The construction of the tool is rated for Protection Art IP 54! Suitable for all international electric networks and electric generators (100-253V / 45-66Hz). Integrated motor protection: Titan -EIP, -EIP...plus with automatic safety ® monitoring. Permanent operation at the upper limit of the tool is prevented by means of a temperature controlled safety function. Thus the motor is sustainably protected against damages in case of a possible overload.
  • Page 32: Www

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