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O P E R AT O R S G U I D E
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PULLEY ALIGNMENT TOOL
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A C C E S S O R I E S F O R T I M I N G B E LT
PULLEY AND SPROCKET ALIGNMENT
The Belt Hog can also be used to align timing belt pulleys and chain sprockets.
TM
Cylinder Guides
Ball Mounts
TM
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2
Timing Belt Pulleys
Timing belt guides are used in place of the standard V-belt guides. Select the
proper sized cylinder guides and insert one into each Belt Hog unit. Insert a
ball mount into the other hole in each unit. Mount by placing the cylinder guide
first, as shown, then the ball mount. The cylinder guide should rest in a timing
belt pulley groove; the ball mount doesn’t have to.
Chain Sprockets
Sprocket adapters are used in place
of the standard V-belt guides. Mount
each Belt Hog unit on the pins of a
sprocket adapter, as shown. Mount
a sprocket adapter with attached
unit to each sprocket, and follow the
instructions for sheave alignment.
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Preliminary
Steps
Pre-alignment:
Preliminary
Steps
Preliminary
Steps
1. Preliminary
Lock-out/ tag-outSteps
equipment as per the Safety
Pre-alignment:
Pre-alignment:
Department regulations at your facility.
Pre-alignment:
1.
equipment
as
per
Safety
2.Lock-out/
Checktag-out
thetag-out
condition
of the
grooves
1. Lock-out/
equipment
asVper
the the
Safety
1. Lock-out/
tag-out at
equipment
as per the Safety
Department
regulations
your
facility.
Department
regulations
at
your
facility.
to ensure that they are not worn.
Department regulations at your facility.
of the
V assure
groovesthat
2. C2.
heck
the the
condition
the
V grooves
3.Check
Check
runcondition
out onofpulleys
to
2.
Check
the
condition
of
the V grooves
to ensure
that
they
are
not
worn.
to
ensure
that they
worn.
they
are square
to are
the not
shafts.
to ensure that they are not worn.
Check
on pulleys
to assure
3. C3.
heck
run run
out out
on pulleys
to assure
thatthat
they are square to the shafts.
3. Check
run out on pulleys to assure that
Tool
Set
they
areup:
square to the shafts.
Tool Set they
up: are square to the shafts.
1. Select the
proper tip size for the pulleys.
1. M
Tool
ounting
guides”)
come in 4units.
sizes.
Settips
up:(“V-belt
2. Designate
movable
and stationary
Tool
Set
up: tip size for the pulleys.
Select
the
proper
1. Select
the proper
tip size
for the pulleys.
The driver
is usually
the movable
unit.
1.2Select
theeach
proper
sizeunit.
for The
the pulleys.
Insert
tips into
BelttipHog
tips
2.
stationary
units.
3.Designate
Mount themovable
units on and
the pulleys
are used
to centermovable
the Beltand
Hog;stationary
the tips units.
2. Designate
The
is usually
the movable unit.
withdriver
the “On/Off”
buttons
must contact
bothiswalls
of the
The driver
usually
the sheaves,
movable but
unit.
3. Mount
the
units
on
the pulleys
facing
the
same
direction.
will not
“fill
the
groove”.
3. Mount the units on the pulleys
with the “On/Off” buttons
2. Designate
andbuttons
stationary units.
withmovable
the “On/Off”
facing the same direction.
The driver
is usually
the
movable unit.
facing
the same
direction.
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2
1
2
3
4
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SMALL
3
4
TOO
SMALL
TOO
SMALL
TOO
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GOOD
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BIGTOO
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GOOD
GOOD
Note:the
The
laser
projected
3. M
ount
units
on line
the pulleys
withfrom
the the stationary unit
the movable
unitsame
is the
reference line.
“On/Off” to
buttons
facing the
direction.
Note: The laser line projected from the stationary unit
Note:1The laser line projected from the stationary unit
theline
movable
unit from
is thethe
reference
line.unit
Note:Step
T
he to
laser
projected
stationary
to the movable
unitreference
is the reference
line.
to
the
movable
unit
is
the
line.
Vertical Alignment (twist):
Misaligned
Misaligned
Laser radiation is emitted
from this apperture
Laser radiation is emitted
from this apperture
Misaligned
M
M
Aligned
Laser radiation is emitted
from this apperture
Laser radiation is emitted
from this apperture
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Laser radiation is emitted
from this apperture
Laser radiation is emitted
from this apperture
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M
Laser radiation is emitted
from this apperture
Laser radiation is emitted
from this apperture
Laser radiation is emitted
from this apperture
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Laser radiation is emitted
from this apperture
Laser radiation is emitted
from this apperture
Vertical
(twist):
motorAlignment
(or movable
pulley), determine the
Vertical
Alignment
(twist):
Vertical
Alignment
(twist):
1. Looking
atmisalignment.
the movable
unit mounted on the
angular
1. Looking at the movable unit mounted on the
determine
theadding
2. motor
Move
the
motor
(orpulley),
movable
pulley)
1. Looking
at (or
themovable
movable
unit
mounted
on by
the
motor or
motor (or movable pulley), determine the
angular
misalignment.
(or movable
pulley),
thefront
angular
removing
shimsdetermine
under both
feet misalignment.
or both back
angular misalignment.
Move
the motor
(or line
movable
pulley)
by
feet until
the laser
projected
onadding
theadding
movable
2. M2.
ove
motor
movable
pulley)
by
or or or
2.the
Move
the (or
motor
(or movable
pulley)
by adding
removing
shims
under
both
front
feet
or
both
back
unit
is
parallel
to
the
center
line
of
the
target
label.
removing shims under both front feet or both back
removing shims under both front feet or both back
feet
until
the
laser
line
projected
on
the
movable
feet until the laser line projected on the movable
feet untiltothe
laser lineline
projected
on thelabel.
movable
unit unit
is parallel
of the
target
is parallelthe
to center
the center line
of the
target label.
unit is parallel to the center line of the target label.
Laser radiation is emitted
from this apperture
Step 1
1. Step
Looking1at the movable unit mounted on the
Step
1
Aligned
Aligned
Step
Step 22
Step 2
ON
O
O NN
TM
OFF
OFF
TM
TM
OFF
TM
TM
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Horizontal
Angular
Horizontal
Alignment:
Horizontal Angular
Angular Alignment:
Alignment:
Horizontal
Angular Alignment:
1.
Looking
at
the
stationary
unit
1.
Looking
at
the
stationary
unit mounted
mounted on
on the
the stationary
stationary pulley,
pulley,
move
the
back
1. Looking at the stationary unit
mounted
on
the
stationary
pulley, move
move the
theback
back
1.
Looking
at (or
themovable
stationary
unit mounted
on until
the stationary
pulley, move the back
feet
of
the
motor
pulley)
left
or
right
the
laser
line
feetof
ofthe
themotor
motor(or
(ormovable
movablepulley)
pulley)left
leftor
orright
right until
until the
the laser
laser line
line projected
projected
feet
projected
feet
of the unit
motor
(or movable
pulley)
left
or righton
until
the
laser line
projected
on
the
stationary
matches
the
laser
line
unit.
on
projected
the
movable
unit.
onthe
thestationary
stationaryunit
unit matches
matches the
the laser
laser line
line projected
projected on
on the
the movable
movable
unit.
on
the
stationary
unit
matches
the
laser
line
projected
on
the
movable
unit.
The
The
laser
line
projected
on
the
stationary
Thelaser
laserline
lineprojected
projected on
on the
the stationary
stationary
The laser
line
projected
onofthe
stationary
unit
unit
should
be
the
same
number
lines
left
unitshould
shouldbe
bethe
thesame
samenumber
number of
of lines
lines left
left
or
right
of
the
target
line
and
on
the
unit
should
becenter
the same
number
of lines left
or
right
of
the
target
center
line
and
on
the
or right of the target center line and on the
SAME color
panel
astarget
the laser
lineline and on the
or right
of the
center
SAME
panel
as
laser
SAME color
color
panel
as the
the unit.
laser line
line
projected
on
the
movable
SAMEthe
color panel as
the laser line
projected
projected on
on the movable
movable unit.
unit.
projected on the movable unit.
Upon aligning, please note: Looking from
Upon
aligning,
please
Looking
from
Upon
aligning,
please note:
note:
Looking
from and
a side
view perspective
of the
stationary
Upon
aligning,
please
note:
Lookingand
S
M
aa side
perspective
of
stationary
S
M
movable
units,
the laser
lines
appear
tofrom
side view
view
perspective
of the
thewill
stationary
and
S
M
a
side
view
perspective
of
the
stationary
and
be
on
opposite
sides;
however,
looking
at
movable
units,
the
laser
lines
will
appear
to
movable units, the laser lines will appear to
movable
units, the
laser lines
willat
appear to
each
unit
individually
reveal
that
the
laser
be
opposite
sides;
however,
looking
be on
on
opposite
sides;will
however,
looking
at
line
is unit
inbethe
position
onhowever,
both
laser
onsame
opposite
sides;
looking
at
each
individually
will
reveal
that
the
laser
each unit individually will reveal that the laser
units (same
number
of lines left
or
rightthat
of the laser
each
unit
individually
willboth
reveal
line
is
in
the
same
position
on
laser
line is in the same position on both laser
the center
the position
SAME color
panel).
lineline
is inand
the on
same
on both
laser
units
units (same
(same number
number of
of lines
lines left
left or
or right
right of
of
Aligned
Aligned (side
(side view)
view)
units
(same
number
of
lines
left
or
right
of
the
the center
center line
line and
and on
on the
the SAME
SAME color
color panel).
panel).
Aligned (side view)
the center line and on the SAME color panel).
TM
ON
OFF
Step
Step 33
Step 3
M
M
S
S
Laser radiation is emitted
from this apperture
Laser radiation is emitted
Laserfrom
radiation
is emitted
this apperture
from this apperture
Laser radiation is emitted
from this apperture
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
Laser radiation is emitted
from this apperture
OFF
Laser radiation is emitted
Laserfrom
radiation
is emitted
this apperture
from this apperture
ON
S
Laser radiation is emitted
from this apperture
Laser radiation is emitted
Laserfrom
radiation
is emitted
this apperture
from this apperture
M
Laser radiation is emitted
Laserfrom
radiation
is emitted
this apperture
from this apperture
Horizontal
Misalignment:
Horizontal
Offset
Horizontal Offset
Offset Misalignment:
Misalignment:
Horizontal
Offset
Misalignment:
1.
ooking at
1.
at
the
movable
unit,
move
the
motor
1.LLooking
Looking
atthe
the movable
movable unit,
unit, move
move the
the motor
motor
1.
Looking
at
the
movable
unit,
move
the motor
(or
(or
movable
pulley)
in
or
out
on
the
shaft
until
(ormovable
movablepulley)
pulley)in
inor
orout
outon
onthe
theshaft
shaft until
until
(or
movable
pulley)
in
or
out
on
the
shaft until
the
the
laser
line
is
at
the
center
line
of
the
target
thelaser
laserline
lineis
isat
atthe
thecenter
center line
line of
of the
the target
target
the
laser
line
is
at
the
center
line
of
the target
label.
on
label.
aligned
properly,
the
laser
lines
label.IfIfIfaligned
alignedproperly,
properly, the
the laser
laser lines
lines on
on
ON
ON
label.
If aligned
properly, the
laser
lines on
both
both
the
movable
and
stationary
unit
will
be
boththe
themovable
movableand
andstationary
stationary unit
unit will
will be
be
both the
movable
and stationary
unit will be
OFF
at
at
the
center
of
their
respective
target
label.
OFF
atthe
thecenter
centerof
oftheir
theirrespective
respective target
target label.
label.
at the center of their respective target label.
OFF
ON