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Extractor Series

Series 86
Description & Diagram
Parts & Arbor Pricing


Series 100
Description & Diagram
Parts & Arbor Pricing

Industries Served:
  • Aircraft Engine
  • Aircraft Fasteners
  • Auto Parts Rebuilding
  • Bearing Manufacturing
  • Battery Manufacturing
  • Can Factories
  • Carbide Manufacturing
  • Computer Components
  • Die Manufacturing
  • Electronic Connectors
  • Glass Manufacturing
  • Gear Deburring
  • Hydraulic Couplings
  • Motor Armature Turning
  • Munitions
  • Pneumatic Couplings
  • Refinery Operations
  • Rubber Grinding
  • Seal Manufacturing
  • Tool Manufacturing
  • Utensil Manufacturing
  • Wire Factories
  • And many others world-wide.

Extractor Series 100

To fulfill the need for a smaller bushing extractor than the SeriesCrozier Extractors 86, Crozier developed the Series 100 for the automotive, aircraft engine and component, and electronic instrument fields. Shown to the right is a cut-away view of the Series 100 extraction of a part from a blind hole.

The series is offered in a variety of sets, or may be purchased individually. The smallest bushing, which the series will extract, is ¼ inch diameter. The maximum size is ¾ inch diameter. This offers an overlap with the larger series 86.

 


Part Number

12-02

12-07

12-12

12-17

12-22

12-27

12-40

 


Part Number

12-O

12-P

12-Q

12-R

12-S

12-T

12-U

12-V

12-W

12-X

12-Y

Series 100 Parts List


Description

Adjusting screw

Expansion Pin (specify arbor size, 12)

Arbor (specify letter for Arbor Sizes below)

Draw Nut

Thrust Washer

Draw Table

Wooden Box

Series 100 Arbor Parts List


Description

.235" to 265"

.265" to .296"

.281" to .343"

.343" to .406"

.406" to .468"

.470" to .530"

.530" to .593"

.595" to .655"

.656" to .718"

.720" to .780"

.563" to .625"

Series 100 Extractors

 

Instructions


  • Select the proper size arbor for the bearing to be extracted.
  • Insert draw nut (#12-17) and thrust washer (#12-22) into the draw table (#12-27).
  • Insert the arbor (#12-12) into the draw nut (#12-17).
  • Position the arbor for the extraction of the bushing or bearing. Slightly tighten the adjusting screw.
  • Turn the draw nut once or twice to seat the arbor. Retighten the adjusting screw.
  • Hold the arbor assembly with a 1/2" wrench. Do NOT use a pipe wrench.
  • Turn the draw nut to extract the bushing or bearing.

Never use the arbor assembly as a punch