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Our Heavy Duty cylinder disassembly/assembly table and tooling designed for cylinders up to 24 to 30 inches in diameter. The table is designed with the top rail modified from 3/4" to 1-1/4" steel and is 26.5 ft. Long. A cylinder assist for disassembly and re assembly, a 24" heavy duty triple chain vise, a pressure boost system and 70K Nut Buster have been developed in conjunction with the heavy duty disassembly table.
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Standard set of 14 plates for standard and heavy SAE nuts from 3” to 6-1/8” nuts. Metric set of 12 plates for 60mm to 150mm metric nuts. Plates are easily and quickly installed into the capture ring of the “Nut Buster”. They are used as a box wrench to remove and/or tighten nuts and offer a very affordable alternative to large sockets.
This tool fits our standard MSD-N-20, 30, 40 and 50 Nut Busters®. It is used to rotate cylinder tubes with clevis ends of widths from 2” to 16”.
Concentric Rollers are manufactured with precision roller bearings and can accept shafts from 1” to 12” in diameter. A magnetic base dial indicator can be secured to the Disassembly Table to check concentricity and roundness of hydraulic shafts. The concentric rollers can be located at any location along the Disassembly Table rails.
Hold Down for aligning tie bolt cylinders in assembly. The coil threads have a shallow thread depth to prevent debris from getting caught and building up – virtually eliminating nut jam. The faster nut travel makes assembly and disassembly quick and easy. Our slide plates are easily positioned to fit cylinder length and are pre-drilled for the MSD-HD tooling.
The MSD-SHD (strap hold down) and MSD-CHD (chain hold down) are manufactured to secure tubes and cylinders to our Disassembly Table.
The MSD-SHD is used on plated or machined surfaces. It adapts standard 2” hold down straps to our table (A).
The MSD-CHD is used on cylinders that have to be secured for component repair. A chain is single wrapped around the cylinder — chain link is secured into notch in chain block (B) and secured tight with the handle on opposite table rail (C).
The MSD-FPS heavy-duty fixed pin spanner tool is designed to be drilled for fixed hardened pins. The customer can drill for two (2) or three (3) pin configurations. The plates come in three standard sizes, 2”, 3” and 3-1/2”. A 1/8” leather strap liner protects the shaft from damage upon Installation and removal.
The heavy duty fixed pin spanners can be used to remove heads and glands. They can also be used in the application as shown. Spanner holes were drilled in a stubborn piston and removed with the MSD-FPS tool.
This spanner plate can be used on shafts up to 4.25” diameter and can use our standard pin spanner and hook spanner sets in addition to the Heavy-Duty spanner arms shown.
One set of the Heavy Duty spanner arms (with pins) is included with the MSD-LSS.
Hook spanners can be installed in place of the pin spanner arms shown above installed on the 3” shaft opening plate.
Pin spanner arms come in sets of four different size pins — 3/8”, 7/16”, 1/2” and 5/8”. Metric pins can be manufactured and supplied upon request. All our spanner tools fit our Nut Buster® for removal of heads and glands.
This fixture is used for pin spanner application on large diameter heads of pistons.
The fixture mounts on our standard MSD-VE vise elevator for overall height adjustment (A).
The cylinder or shaft is then rotated by the MSD-ARC in any of our “Nut Busters” (B).
The main support has three arm mounting positions to cover three diameter ranges. The arm is shown installed in the center position (C).
The pin assembly is made from a ¾” OD drill bushing with a pressed-in hardened pin. The unit comes with five drive pin sets of 3/8”, 5/16”, 1/2”, 5/8” and 3/4” (D).
Drive plates were developed to use your existing drive sockets with our “Nut Buster”. We can furnish these plates with whatever drive size or configuration you request.
CAUTION — all of our Nut Busters® will develop torques exceeding manufactures recommended limits.
This heavy duty Vise elevator is used to center shafts or cylinders to the Nut Buster® can support up to 8 tons. Various tooling can be attached to the elevator. We can supply the optional non-mar Nylon Support “V” (MSD-V) and the 8” Ridgid chain vise (RIDGID BC-810) shown below.
The adjustable tool is supplied with two hardened jaws and can be adjusted from 3” to 9”. This tool can be tightened on cylinders, nuts, heads, glands, or any thing that would require rotation for removal or installation.
Our brace tooling is used as an anchor point when used with our “Nut Buster” during removing and/or replacing nuts, glands, etc. The adjustable brace tool captures clevises by using a threaded shaft to move brace supports tight against the clevis thus reducing bearing damage and is recommended for high torque nuts and shafts.
Risers are used to elevate vises, nylon “V’s” or other tooling. Holes are drilled to fit our slide plates (bottom) and our standard tooling on the top.
This manually operated hydraulic scissors jack can be used to support chrome-plated shafts or tubes. This tool is light- weight and easily positioned. The High Density Nylon Vee is bolted to the HEV and will support a chromed or ground rod without marring the surface. The small hydraulic hand jack will let you raise or lower the rod to position it exactly where you need it.
The High Density Nylon “V” is used to support finished shafts during assembly and disassembly. The nylon will not mar the chrome plated rod surface. Two sizes are included for large and small cylinders.
This simple steel support “V” is used for secondary support of cylinders with a chain vise as the primary retainer. The concentric center is the same as a standard 8” chain vise.
Machinery Service & Design can manufacture any specialty tool you may need at an affordable price.
This socket tool is used on pistons with recessed nuts. The socket can be made to any size and/or configuration mounted to a standard plate that fits our Nut Buster®. These sockets are made to take the high torques our “Nut Buster” develops.
The through hole on our socket tools allows for clearance of the cushion extension found on some cylinders. With the MSD-CS socket tool the need for deep well sockets in the larger sizes is eliminated.
We can custom build to any size or configuration.
Our pull-apart cylinder (MSD-PAC) is used with two standard brace tooling assemblies (MSD-BT) and three slide plates (MSD-SP) on our Disassembly Fixture. The pull apart cylinder will reduce the effort involved in disassembling a large cylinder. It will also increase safety by eliminating the need to have several people pulling and jerking on a cylinder trying to get it apart.
The slide plates are predrilled for all our tooling options and are supplied with a set of “L” clamps.
The “L” clamps are used to secure the slide plates, Nut Busters® and adjustable brace tools to the Disassembly Table.
The Machinery Service & Design vacuum system is used to assist the reassembly of hydraulic cylinders. This system takes advantage of atmospheric pressure to simplify the process of entering seals into the bore chamfer and retracting the shaft.
Our two-stage pump delivers high volume and produces vacuum up to 30” of mercury.
The MSD-LP lock pins are used to easily and quickly pin the slide plate in place to minimize movement during disassembly and assembly. They are sold in sets of two.
This fixture is used to support large cylinder tubes and shafts that are too large to be secured in a chain vise. It can accommodate large and irregular shapes and mounts to any MS&D slide plate.
The individual “V” sections are slotted and are secured between two 3/4” T nuts.
As the V’s move toward each other, the overall height of the supporting surfaces increases. One application for this feature is to align a shaft to tube for assembly. Irregular shaped cylinders can be supported horizontally be adjusting each set individually.
The MSD-ACS is manufactured with a Nylatron® cover for polished surfaces to support cylinder tubes (A).
When shafts require to be secured in place the strap assembly (B) is used with the Nylatron® covered surface.
Tooling is developed with the hydraulic rebuilding facility in mind. All our tooling is simple to use and rugged in construction. We are continually developing new tooling for the unique situations that arise in the rebuilding and manufacturing industry. If a tool is not shown, we can engineer new tooling to your specifications.
The vee block support plate is designed to support the cylinder shaft during removal and installation of the hydraulic cylinder shaft.
The Vee block support plate is drilled and tapped to allow the user to adjust the supports to contact the cylinder shaft surface.
The hydraulic cylinder assist is a 4” bore hydraulic cylinder with 11.5 feet of stroke that generates 37,698 pounds of push at 3000 PSI for disassembly and 22,974 pounds of pull at 3000 PSI for assembly.
The assist cylinder is attached to the push- pull plate and the plate is provided with two vertical brace supports (MSD-BT 70/100) and equipped with UHMW bearings on the top side and bottom surfaces. Adjustment screws are installed to allow for adjustment of the UHMW bearings. The Brace Tool supports are adjustable with 1” tee nuts.
The pressure booster is an air operated pump with pilot operated checks. The booster takes hydraulic oil from the system reservoir and will boost pressure to 5000 PSI. The pump and manifold are mounted on a steel plate that is mounted on one of the cross members of the machine frame. The steel plate also has a pressure relief valve to limit the pressure that the booster will generate. The air pump requires approximately 100 to 150 psi of air pressure. There is an air valve mounted to the control panel with a red ball on the handle.