| 1. Operator Action |
The pin is inserted from one side of the work surface through the prepared hole. The collar is then placed over the pintail followed by the HUCK® installation tool with nose assembly.
The HUCK® installation tool with nose assembly is in position to complete the installation of the collar onto the pin.
| 2. Operator Action |
The HUCK® installation tool is activated by depressing the trigger.
The inner collet retracts engaging the chuck jaws on the pintail until all slack is taken up. At this point the outer anvil moves forward to the work surface closing any gaps in the joint and swaging the collar material into the pin's locking grooves. This provides a permanent lock between the pin and collar.
| 3. Operator Action |
The HUCK® installation tool trigger continues to be depressed.
The outer anvil continues to move forward to the work surface completing the swaging of collar material into the pin's locking grooves. This action elongates the collar, stretches the pin and compresses the joint. The result is a high and consistent clamp-up of the joint.
| 4. Operator Action |
The HUCK® installation tool trigger continues to be depressed until the pintail is separated from the pin at which point it releases and completes the installation cycle.
When collar swaging is complete, the tool continues to pull until the pintail separates from the now fully installed fastener. After the tool trigger is released, the tool nose assembly is pushed off the installed fastener by the inner collet's forward ejection motion.