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Stall Bars eLearning | How to Assemble Threaded Fastener Training

Model Name: Stall Bars Multimedia

Model Number: M19048

Learning Topics

  • Function of Stall Bar Tooling
  • Threaded Fastener Assembly Using Stall Bar Torque
  • Wear Inspection

Stall Bars eLearning teaches learners how to use a stall bar torque tool to assemble threaded fasteners. These are often used in assembly operations requiring very high torque values.

What is the Proper Use of a Stall Bar?

Stall bars are dangerous. They can be safely used only if the proper safety rules and respect for the potential danger are maintained. Stall bars are dangerous because they are only used when extremely large forces must be used in the assembly process. A stall bar is also dangerous because assemblers tend to forget the danger due to its simple design.

These safety procedures should be followed when using torque tools outfitted with stall bars:

  • Always Know the Direction the Stall Bar Will Travel – Always check to see which direction the stall bar is going to move, and verify that nothing is between it and an immovable surface.
  • Identify the Surface That Will Brace the Stall Bar – The immovable surface that will be used to brace the stall bar should be identified before starting the tightening process.
  • Verify That the Stall Bar’s Path is Clear – Stall bars create pinch points that can trap the user’s hand and may cause severe injury.
  • Never Replace a Stall Bar – Stall bars are placed under a large amount of force during operation. Stall bars have a maximum torque value that must not be exceeded.
  • Never Hold a Stall Bar Tool by the Stall Bar – A contributing factor a stall bar’s danger is that assemblers untrained in stall bar usage may mistakenly think the stall bar is provided as a handle to help hold the tool in position. This is extremely dangerous.

Stall Bars eLearning Features Engaging Multimedia

Amatrol’s extensive, thorough multimedia covers manufacturing processes themes such as stall bars. Interactive screens paired with instructive graphics describe the function of a stall bar tooling. With the optional hardware, learners can then apply this theoretical knowledge to immediate hands-on skills. For example, learners study about stall bars and then manually use a stall bar torque tool to assemble a threaded fastener. This combination of theory and practice ingrains concepts in a learner’s mind and makes more advanced topics easier to comprehend. (References 95-PAS4)

Key Features

  • Strong Depth and Breadth of Content
  • Engaging Interactions
  • Stunning 3D Animations
  • Text and Audio
  • Built for Self-Paced Learning

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