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WARNING INFORMATION, This is the safety alert symbol It is used to alert you to WARNING Indicates a hazardous situation. potential personal injury hazards Obey all safety messages. WARNING which if not avoided could result in death. that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or death or serious injury. IMPORTANT READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATING. BEFORE USING THIS DEVICE READ THIS MANUAL COMPLETELY AND THOROUGHLY UNDERSTAND ITS OPERATING. PROCEDURES SAFETY WARNINGS AND MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS. It is the responsibility of the owner to make sure all personnel read this manual prior to using the device It is also the responsibility of the device owner. to keep this manual intact and in a convenient location for all to see and read If the manual or product labels are lost or not legible contact BALKAMP. for replacements If the operator is not fluent in English the product and safety instructions shall be read to and discussed with the operator in the. operator s native language by the purchaser owner or his designee making sure that the operator comprehends its contents. THE NATURE OF HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS, The use of automotive service and maintenanace devices is subject to certain hazards that cannot be prevented by mechanical means but only by. the exercise of intelligence care and common sense It is therefore essential to have owners and personnel involved in the use and operation of the. equipment who are careful competent trained and qualified in the safe operation of the equipment and its proper use Examples of hazards are. dropping tipping or slipping of loads caused primarily by improperly securing loads overloading off centered loads use on other than hard level. surfaces and using equipment for a purpose for which it was not designed. METHODS TO AVOID HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS, Read study understand and follow all instructions before operating this press. Prior to use make sure the press is securely anchored to a concrete floor installed and operated in accordance with OSHA state and. local safety standards, Visual inspection of the press should be made before use checking for signs of cracked welds bent bed pins loose or missing bolts. leaks or any other structural damage Corrections must be made before using the press. No alterations shall be made to this press, Operators and observers shall wear eye protection that meets ANSI Z87 1 and OSHA Standards.
Parts being pressed may splinter shatter or be ejected from the press at a dangerous rate of speed Due to a variety of press applica. tions it is the press owner s responsibility to provide adequate guards eye protection and protective clothing to the press operator. Always use a bearing shield when pressing bearings. Keep hands arms feet and legs out of work area Accidental slippage can result in personal injury. Remove all loads from movable bolster before adjusting bolster height Beware of falling bolster. Press only on loads supported by movable bolster and press plates Do not support loads on floor or press frame legs. When using any accessories such as press or arbor plates be certain they are centered on the movable bolster and in full contact with. both sides of the bolster, Use caution when positioning work to be pressed to ensure the item to be pressed cannot be ejected at a dangerous rate of speed. Avoid off center loads Do not use spacers or extenders between the press ram plunger and the item being pressed If there is not. enough ram stroke adjust the height of the movable bolster. Before applying load be certain all movable bolster supporting pins are fully engaged Make sure movable bolster lift cables if equipped. are slack before pressing on bolster, Do not exceed the rated capacity When attachments and adapters are used the rated capacity of the system shall be no greater than the. rated capacity of the lowest rated component or combination of components that make up the system. Always use an accurate force gauge to measure pressing force. Do not tamper with the press load limiting device settings. Do not go near leaks High pressure hydraulic fluid can puncture skin and cause serious injury gangrene or death Do not use finger or. skin to check for leaks If injured seek emergency medical help as immediate surgery is required to remove the fluid. Release hydraulic pressure before loosening any fittings. Failure to heed and understand these instructions and markings may result in serious or fatal personal injury and or property damage. WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including nickel which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth. defects or other reproductive harm For more information go to www P65Warnings ca gov. CONSEQUENCES OF NOT AVOIDING HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS, Failure to read this manual completely and thoroughly failure to understand its SAFETY WARNINGS ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS and comply with them and failure to comply with the METHODS TO AVOID. HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS could cause accidents resulting in serious or fatal personal injury and or property damage. 776 1490 2 rev 03 07 18,ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS, PLEASE REFER TO THE EXPLODED VIEW DRAWING IN THIS MANUAL IN ORDER TO IDENTIFY PARTS. 1 Loosely assemble the upper beams 10 to the post 20 at one end with the bolts 9 washers 11 spring washers 12 and nuts 13 as. shown in the exploded view drawing Slide the ram plate 7 on the beams 10 Loosely assemble the other ends of the upper beams 10. to the other post 20 All hardware will be tightened at a later time. 2 Place the lower cross member 26 between the two posts 20 so the holes at either end of the cross member line up with the holes in. the bottom of the posts Align the holes in the feet 21 with the same holes in the bottom of the posts 20 as shown in the exploded view. drawing Secure the feet posts and lower cross member together using the bolts 25 washers 22 spring washers 23 and nuts 24. 3 The four supports 37 are used to keep the posts 20 perpendicular to the feet 21 when installed Install one end of the supports 37 to. the holes in the posts 20 with the bolts 36 washers 14 spring washers 15 and nuts 16 Do not tighten until later Install the other. ends of the supports 37 to the feet 21 with the same hardware 36 14 15 and 16. 4 Tighten all hardware mentioned in steps 1 through 3 making sure the feet 21 are flat on the floor and posts 20 are perpendicular to the. 5 Secure the pump assembly plate 31 to the post 20 with the bolts 39 washers 22 and nuts 24 as shown in the exploded view. drawing The oval hole in the pump assembly plate 31 should face towards the operating side of the press. 6 The pump 32 must be secured to the pump assembly plate 31 with the washers 30 and bolts 29. 7 Screw the upper round nut 6 all the way on the threads of the ram assembly 3 Insert the end of the ram 3 through the hole in the ram. plate 7 until the upper round nut 6 rests on top of the ram plate 7. 8 The threads of the ram assembly 3 should be exposed below the ram plate 7 Screw on the lower round nut 8 on the ram threads just. until the nut engages all the threads Raise the ram up until the top of the lower round nut 8 is up against the bottom of the ram plate 7. and then screw down the upper round nut 6 until plate 7 is sandwiched between the upper and lower round nuts Tighten set screws in. the upper and lower round nuts, 9 Insert the nylon ring 2 in the fitting on top of the ram assembly 3 and install the gauge 1 in the fitting Tighten the gauge in the fitting.
so the face of the gauge is pointing towards the operating side of the press. 10 Install the coupler at the end of the oil hose 35 in the coupler of the ram assembly 3 and tighten by hand only. 11 Install the adaptor 5 in the bottom of the ram assembly 3 and tighten the screw 4. 12 Assemble the work bed 18 together by aligning the four 28 tubes with the four holes in each channel Secure the tubes between the. channels with the bolts 27 flat washer 14 spring washers 15 and nuts 16 as seen in the exploded view drawing on page 5. 13 Tilt the work bed 18 so that each end will straddle the posts 20 Raise the work bed to the desired height and closest to the holes in. the posts 20 Insert the pins 19 through the holes in the posts 20 and secure the pins in the holes by inserting the rings 38 in the ring. grooves of the pins 19 The work bed 18 can now rest on the pins 19. 14 If the back end of the pump 32 is equipped with a fill screw that also serves as a breather for the pump s reservoir turn the screw. counterclockwise until it stops, 15 Sometimes during shipping and handling air may become trapped in the hydraulic system and cause the pump to malfunction or not. achieve a full pump stroke Purging air out of the system can be accomplished by following these steps. a On the side of the pump 32 is a knob that must be turned clockwise all the way until it stops in order to extend the ram 3 during the. pumping operation Turn the knob counterclockwise two full rotations from its stop position Install the pump handle 33 in the pump s. handle receiver and operate the pump 10 full incremental pump strokes. b Repeat step a until all the air is purged out of the system. INSPECTION, Visual inspection of the shop press should be made before each use of the press checking for damaged loose or missing parts Each press. must be inspected by an authorized service center immediately if subjected to an abnormal load or shock Any press which appears to be. damaged in any way is found to be badly worn or operates abnormally must be prevented from being used until necessary repairs are made. by an authorized service center It is recommended that an annual inspection of the press be made by an authorized service center and that. any defective parts missing or damaged warning labels be replaced with Evercraft parts and labels. 776 1490 3 rev 03 07 18,OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS, CHECK YOUR LOCAL STATE AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS REGARDING THE SAFE USE OF THIS PRESS. 1 Prior to use the press feet 21 shall be firmly anchored to a concrete floor to prevent movement and tipping of the press while it is being. 2 If the pump 32 is equipped with a vented fill plug turn the plug counterclockwise until it stops. 3 Evaluate the work to be accomplished in order to make full use of the ram assembly 3 stroke Consideration to press accessories used in. conjunction with the component to be worked on should determine the work height of the work bed 18. 4 Make sure the work bed 18 is free of any accessories work pieces and tools before raising or lowering the work bed The work bed is. light enough to be raised and lowered by hand Once the work bed 18 is at its desired work height install the pins 19 in the post 20. holes closest to the underside of the work bed Make sure the pins 19 are fully engaged in the parallel flanges of the press s posts 20. and the rings 38 are installed in the pins 19 grooves. 5 Make sure the ram assembly is completely retracted at this time by turning the knob on the side of the pump 32 in a counterclockwise. direction Assemble the work setup on the work bed 18 so that it is secure stable and the ram assembly is properly aligned with the part. to be pressed so it makes for a straight vertical operation. 6 Install proper guarding that provides adequate protection against any flying parts and use a bearing shield if it applies to the application. 7 Make sure that goggles and all protective clothing are worn at this time and clear the press work area of bystanders before using. 8 Turn the knob on the side of the pump 32 in a clockwise direction until it stops and slowly activate the pump handle until the ram 3. meets the load Continue to slowly pump the handle to make sure the setup is still stable and the ram 3 is pushing straight and vertical. Discontinue pumping if the setup or vertical ram travel looks compromised Release the ram by turning the knob on the side of the pump. 32 counterclockwise and make any required setup changes before pumping again Make sure to read the gauge 1 intermittently so the. force does not exceed the lowest rated capacity press accessory plunger or adapter being used. 9 After the work has been completed retract the ram all the way remove everything off the top of the work bed 18 and raise the work bed. off the top of the pins 19 The pins 19 can be removed and work bed 18 moved to another height Always support the work bed 18. with pins 19 Never leave the press unattended without the pins 19 supporting the work bed 18. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE, Any press found to be inoperable or not operating according to its original design as a result of worn parts due to lack of lubrication or. adjustment air hydraulic system if applicable contaminated with water rust and or foreign materials from the air supply or other outside. source is not eligible for warranty consideration, The press must be anchored to a concrete floor and placed in a well protected area where it will not be exposed to inclement weather.
corrosive vapors abrasive dust or any other harmful elements. Check for hydraulic leaks and tighten repair or replace components before using. Use a general purpose grease to lubricate the pump linkage on the pump 32. It should not be necessary to refill or top off the pump s hydraulic fluid reservoir unless there is an external leak An external leak requires. immediate repair by a qualified hydraulic repair mechanic who is familiar with the press. In order to prevent hydraulic seal damage never use alcohol hydraulic brake fluid or transmi. Complies with ASME PASE 2014 Safety Standard 20 TON CAPACITY SHOP PRESS 776 1490 2 rev 08 24 16 This is the safety alert symbol It is used to alert you to

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