Assembly
Fig. 1

1. Cutting the pipes to length
16 mm – 20 mm (Fig.
1)
Cut to an angle the piping system with a pair of pliers.

 
Fig. 3
2. Adjusting the pipes to the center and beveling the pipes
16 mm – 32 mm (Fig.
3)
The pipe is processed with the beveling tool in order to make a grip margin
 
Fig. 5
3. Checking the pipe edge before mounting the fitting
Visual inspection of the beveling consistency of the pipe section (Fig. 5 + Fig. 6).
 
Fig. 7
4. Mounting the fitting at the pipe end
(Fig. 7, Fig. 8); Insert the fitting on the pipe end as much as possible.
 
Fig. 9
5. Pressing the fitting
16 mm up to 32 mm (Fig.
9, Fig. 10)
Open the press jaws and place the fitting between the double stabilizer of the pressing collar.
Close the pressing jaws.
 
Fig. 11
5. Pressing the fitting
40 mm up to 50 mm (Fig. 11, Fig.
12)
Open the press jaws and place the end section of the fitting.
Close the press jaws.
 
Fig. 13
6. Mounting the screwed joints
16mm up to 20 mm (Fig.
13, Fig. 14)
a) Preparing the end sections acc. to Fig.
1-3
b) Press the screws on the pipe section
 
Fig. 15
d) Place the fitting on the pipe as firm as possible (Fig. 15)
 
Fig. 2
1. Cutting pipes to length
25 mm – 50 mm (Fig.
2)
Cut the piping system to an angle with an appropriate pipe cutting tool
 
Fig. 4
2. Adjusting the pipes to the center and pipe beveling
40 mm – 50 mm (fig.
4)
The pipe section will be processed with the beveling tool in order to make a grip margin
 
Fig. 6
 
Fig. 8
4. Mounting the fitting on the pipe end
If the fitting is in correct position, the raw material is visible in the control window of the metal bushing.
 
Fig. 10
 
Fig. 12
 
Fig. 14
6. Mounting the screwed joints
c) Introduce the ring clamp on the pipe
 
Fig. 16
e) Fasten the screw with 40 Nm (Fig. 16)
(please observe the operating instructions of the pressing tool)
 


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