Stall Bar Learning System: 95-PAS4

A sample copy of this course’s Student Reference Guide is included with the learning system. Sourced from the multimedia curriculum, the Student Reference Guide takes the entire series’ technical content contained in the learning objectives and combines them into one perfect-bound book. If you would like to inquire about purchasing additional Student Reference Guides for your program, contact your local Amatrol Representative for more information.

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Stall Bar Training |Learn to Use Torque Tool to Assembly Fasteners

Stall Bar Learning System: 95-PAS4

The 95-PAS4 Stall Bar Learning System teaches learners how to use a stall bar torque tool to assemble threaded fasteners. These are often used in assembly operations requiring very accurate torque.

The model 95-PAS4 includes a pneumatic 50NM nutrunner with stall bar, 19MM socket, multimedia learning materials for both theory and lab, and teacher’s assessment guide. The multimedia-based curriculum includes virtual simulation of key skills, allowing learners to practice skills in advance of actually working on the equipment. This system uses industrial quality components to help assure that students are better prepared for what they will encounter on the job and to withstand frequent student use. The interactive multimedia curriculum can be accessed anywhere, allowing businesses to increase delivery of high quality assembly practices in far flung organizations.

Learning Topics

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

What is a Stall Bar? How Do Stall Bars Work?

A stall bar is an L-shaped bar mounted near the front of the torque tool. It is used to prevent the handle of the torque tool from turning when the application requires a high torque value, but a small tool is necessary due to space or clearance limitations.

When air is supplied to the torque tool, the bar will begin to move in a counterclockwise direction around the center of the fastener, which is opposite the direction that the fastener will be turned. At this time, torque is not being supplied to the fastener. When the stall bar contacts an immovable surface, it will “stall”. At the time, the tool applies torque to the fastener while the stall bar braces the tool from the reaction forces of the tool and prevents the tool handle from twisting in the assembler’s hand.

95-PAS4 Training System Features Interactive, Multimedia Curriculum

Amatrol’s unmatched multimedia utilizes text, audio, and stunning 3D animations that engage learners in both theoretical knowledge and hands-on skills. This thorough, exceptionally detailed curriculum is built to begin with the basics and steadily advance to more complex concepts and skills. Through partnerships with key industry leaders and leading edge educators, Amatrol developed the right balance of knowledge and applied skills needed to train learners to work in their chosen field.

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