Barrel and Cylinder Assembly
Consult the supplementary on-page drawings, which provide a comprehensive list of all the parts used in the Hydraguard press, including every bolt, nut, bushing and pin required for the machine to operate correctly. Alongside the part names is a diagram modeling how the parts are used to create the press, so you can easily identify which part has malfunctioned or needs to be replaced by comparing the picture to the press in your own facility. From there, you can then contact a representative at BCN and order the correct part you need. We’ll likely have it in stock in our Hastings, Michigan warehouse, allowing a quick turn-around time and prompt delivery.
Once you have the part in your possession, you can utilize the T-16 Form to instruct you on how to disassemble the machine and service it. Follow along with the barrel and cylinder assembly, overload valve assembly and schematic diagram figures for correct completion of the repair.
With help from T-16, you’ll be able to service your Hydraguard Straight-Side Type B Press and reassemble it quickly. Having the proper parts and instructions is crucial to maintaining your company’s productivity and revenue stream, and our team of highly knowledgeable engineers understands that.
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Need help locating your press’s serial number? Looking for other instructions and forms for additional press parts? Whether you use Bliss, Clearing, Niagara or another brand in the industry, you can count on BCN to meet all your needs. Get in touch with a customer service representative today by calling 1-269-948-3300 or by using our online form.
|BARREL AND CYLINDER ASSEMBLY|
|5||Worm Shaft||27||Dowel Pin|
|8||Oil Seal||30||Worm Nut|
|12||Retainer Ring||34||"O" Ring & Back-up Ring|
|13||Limit Switch||35||"O" Ring & Back-up Ring|
|14||Limit Switch Bracket||36||Nut|
|18||Limit Switch Key||40||Roll Pin|
|21||Dowel Pin||43||Junction Block|
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