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INSTRUCTION MANUAL For CRAWLAIRr Drilling Machine Model: ECM-370

Read this instruction manual before operating this equipment.

CPN 51793834

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E 2000 INGERSOLL-RAND COMPANY PRINTED IN U.S.A.

MODIFICATIONS/ALTERATIONS ON THE MACHINE


NOTE: BEFORE WELDING ON A MACHINE WITH ELECTRONIC ENGINE, THE FOLLOWING PRECAUTIONS SHOULD BE OBSERVED: D TURN THE ENGINE CONTROL SWITCH TO THE OFF POSITION. D DISCONNECT THE NEGATIVE BATTERY CABLE AT THE BATTERY. TURN THE BATTERY DISCONNECT SWITCH TO THE ON POSITION. D CONNECT THE WELDER GROUND CABLE DIRECTLY TO THE MEMBER TO BE WELDED. PLACE THE GROUND CABLE CLAMP AS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE TO THE WELD TO REDUCE THE POSSIBILITY OF WELDING CURRENT DAMAGE TO BEARINGS, HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS, ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS, AND GROUND STRAPS. DO NOT USE ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS, THE ECM OR ELECTRONIC GROUND STUD FOR GROUNDING OF THE WELDER. D PROTECT WIRING FROM WELDING DEBRIS OR SPLATTER. D USE STANDARD WELDING TECHNIQUES TO WELD THE MATERIALS TOGETHER.

WARNING
Modification or alteration of this machine can result in severe injury or death.
ADVERTENCIA
La modificacin or alteracin de esta mquina puede resultar en lesionamiento grave o la muerte. No cambie o modifique esta mquina sin el consentimiento expreso por escrito del fabricante.

Do not alter or modify this machine without the express written consent of the manufacturer.
AVERTISSEMENT
Des modifications cette machine peuvent causer des blessures graves ou la mort. Napportez aucune modification cette machine sans laccord crit du fabricant.

WARNUNG
Eine Modifikation oder nderung dieser Maschine kann zu schweren Verletzungen oder zum Tod fhren. Diese Maschine darf ohne ausdrckliche schriftliche Zustimmung vom Hersteller nicht gendert oder modifiziert werden.

AVVERTENZA
Modifiche o alterazioni di questa macchina. Possono causare infortuni gravi o morte. Non alterare o modificare questa macchina senza aver prima ottenuto lespresso consenso scritto del fabbricante.

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DIESEL ENGINE EXHAUST AND SOME OF ITS CONSTITUENTS ARE KNOWN TO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA TO CAUSE CANCER, BIRTH DEFECTS, AND OTHER REPRODUCTIVE HARM. 51996593

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Revision 3 April 1, 1998 TOC

Title

Read this instruction manual before operating this equipment.

Section

GENERAL INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SAFETY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SAFETY INFORMATION Be Aware of Safety Information Understand Signal Words Follow Instructions Keep Machine in Good Working Condition Wear Protective Clothing Handle Fuel Safely Avoid Fires Keep Riders Off Machine Avoid Moving Parts Check Laws and Regulations Place Warning Barriers Around Work Site Check for Underground Utility Lines Do Not Work in Trench Rollover Possible Avoid Electrocution Stay Away Avoid Coolant Burns Avoid Battery Burns and Explosion Check for Overhead Utility Lines Use Normal Shutdown Procedure When Transporting on Truck or Trailer Observe Environmental Protection Regulations SAFETY DECALS Inspecting Safety Decals SAFETY DEVICES MACHINE CONTROLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IDENTIFYING AND UNDERSTANDING THE CONTROLS Follow Instructions Engine Controls Tram Control Valves Hydraulic Control Valves Drill Air Control Valve Hydraulic Centralizer and Dust Hood Levers Emergency Stop Button Dust Collector Controls (cont.)

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Table of Contents (cont.) Title MACHINE CONTROLS (cont.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Section 2

Oscillation Control Valves Hydraulic Oil Level/Temperature Gauge and Compressor Oil Separator Tank Sight Engine Air Filter Indicator and Compressor Air Filter Indicator Hydraulic Oil Return Filter Indicator Track Final Drive Disengagement Air Accessory Connection VAPOSOLr Water Control Valve Lubrication Adjustment Valve Hand Pump (Hydraulic Oil) Diesel Fuel Fill Machine Level Gauges

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PREOPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Training Check for Overhead Utility Lines Check for Underground Utility Lines If you contact an electrical line If you contact a gas or liquid line If you contact a fiber optic cable PREOPERATING INSPECTION Inspecting the Machine Check Engine System Check Hydraulic System Check Compressor and Air System Check Drill Lubrication System Check Overall Machine Place Warning Barriers Around Work Site NORMAL STARTING PROCEDURE Starting the Machine NORMAL SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE Shutting the Machine Down TRAMMING Tramming the Machine TOWING Towing the Machine VAPOSOLr SYSTEM OPERATION System Operation

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Table of Contents (cont.) Title OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (cont.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DUST CONTROL SYSTEM System Operation Before Drilling Operation Drilling Through Overburden Drilling with Water in the Hole SAFETY SHUTDOWN SYSTEMS System Operation Emergency Shutdown Button DRILLING PROCEDURE Setup Loading the Machine with Drill Steel Drilling Adding Drill Steel Removing Drill Steel OPERATOR SERVICE INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE Maintenance Checks Service Intervals Service Interval Chart Service Items Parts List Lubrication Items Parts List SERVICE Service Routine Service Checks Lubricator Oil Level Diesel Fuel Level Engine Oil Level Engine Coolant Level Battery Water Level Hydraulic Oil Level Unloader Valve Water Drain Separator Tank Oil Level VAPOSOLr Tank Solution Loose or Frayed Hoses Loose Nuts and Bolts Drill Steel, Striking Bar, and Bits ADJUSTMENTS Adjustments Lubricator Track Chain Tension Feed Chain Tension 4 Section 3

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Table of Contents (cont.) Title SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MACHINE SPECIFICATIONS FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS Compressor Oil (CO) Engine Oil (EO) Hydraulic Oil (HO) Rock Drill Oil (RDO) Final Drive Oil (FDO) Drill Steel Lubricant (DSL) VAPOSOLr Solution (VS) Grease (GR) FLUID SPECIFICATIONS Engine Oil Viscosity Recommendations (EO) Antifreeze Recommendations (AF) Grease Viscosity Recommendations (G) Hydraulic Oil Viscosity Recommendations (HO) Compressor Oil Viscosity Recommendations (CO) Final Drive Oil Viscosity Recommendations (FDO) Rock Drill Oil Viscosity Recommendations (RDO) Rock Drill Oil Specifications TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS SAE Bolt Torque Specifications Metric Bolt Torque Specifications Hydraulic Fittings Torque Specifications Pipe Thread Fittings ORing Fittings JIC Fittings OPERATOR SERVICE RECORDS AND NOTES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Section 5

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GENERAL INFORMATION
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ECM-370 CRAWLAIR R DRILLING MACHINE

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READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY. Learn how to operate and service your machine correctly. Failure to do so could result in personal injury or equipment damage. Consult your IngersollRand Dealer if you do not understand the instructions in this manual or need additional information. THIS MANUAL should be considered a permanent part of the machine, and should remain with the machine and available for reference at all times. WARRANTY is provided as part of IngersollRands support program for customers who operate and maintain their equipment as described in this manual. The warranty is explained on the warranty page of this manual.

MEASUREMENTS in this manual are given in both English and metric units, and are used to provide additional worldwide understanding. Metric units are shown between parentheses ( ). Use only correct replacement parts and fasteners.

RIGHT HAND AND LEFT HAND sides are determined by facing in the direction of forward travel. References are also made looking from the main frame end towards the drill end.

NOTICE: Anytime a black bar is seen to the left of any text or graphic, there has been a change or modification to that particular text or graphic.

All information, illustrations, and specifications in this manual are based on the latest information available at the time of publication. Product improvement is a continuing goal at IngersollRand. specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation. Design and

The use of repair parts other than those included within the Ingersoll-Rand approved parts list may create hazardous conditions over which Ingersoll-Rand Company has no control. Therefore Ingersoll-Rand Company cannot be held responsible for equipment in which non-approved repair parts are installed. When the life of the tool has expired, it is recommended that the tool be disassembled, degreased and parts be separated by material so that they can be recycled.

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WRITE PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS. Accurately record all the numbers. Always use the serial number of the machine when requesting service information or when ordering parts. Early or later models (identification made by serial number) may use different parts, or it may be necessary to use a different procedure in doing a specific service operation.

MACHINE:

SERIAL NO.

TYPE

FOR ASME MACHINES

Figure 1. Serial Number Location


FOR CE MACHINES

NOTICE:

References to the right-hand and left-hand sides of the machine are made from the back of the machine looking forward. (CONT.)

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WRITE PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS. (CONT.)

ENGINE:

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WRITE PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS. (CONT.)

DRIFTER:_________________________

Serial Number Located In This Area

EVL130HR

Serial Number Located In This Area

VL140HR

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ABBREVIATIONS and SYMBOLS for components used on CRAWLAIR ECM-370 Drilling Machine.
A acfm CL C dia. deg. etc. ft. ft.lb F FDO GO gpm HO hp hr in. IM IR kg kg/cm2 km km/hr kW L L.H. lpm max. min. mm mPa mph m MO mm hg m3/min. Nm pt PL psi psig RDO R.H. rpm scfm TL RPM VS AllPurpose Grease Actual Cubic Feet per Minute Centerline Celsius Diameter Degree Etcetera Feet Foot Pounds Fahrenheit Final Drive Oil Gear Oil Gallons per Minute Hydraulic Oil Horsepower Hour Inches Instruction Manual IngersollRand Kilogram Kilograms Per Square Centimeter Kilometer Kilometer Per Hour Kilowatts Liter LeftHand Liters per Minute Maximum Minimum Millimeter Mega Pascals Miles Per Hour Meter Motor Oil Millimeters of Mercury Cubic Meters Per Minute Newton Meter Pint Parts List Pounds Per Square Inch Pounds Per Square Inch Gauge Pressure Rock Drill Oil RightHand Revolutions per Minute Standard Cubic Foot Per Minute Thread Lubricant Revolutions Per Minute VAPOSOL Solution Safety Alert Symbol

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OPERATOR CONTROL SYMBOLS for components used on CRAWLAIR ECM-370 Drilling Machine.
ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE ENGINE ON ACCESSORIES

ENGINE OIL PRESSURE

ENGINE TACHOMETER

ENGINE START ENGINE OVERRIDE

ENGINE HOURMETER COMPRESSOR AIR TEMPERATURE FAST SLOW DIESEL FUEL LEVEL GAUGE FUSE COMPRESSOR ACCESSORIES FUSE PRESSED BUTTON ENGINE FUSE DISCHARGE AIR PRESSURE 24 VOLT VOLTAGE TRAM DUST COLLECTOR

HANDLE MOVEMENT DRILL ROTATION PRESSURE COLD START (ETHER INJECTION) DOWN FEED PRESSURE

OFF ON HYDRAULIC OIL PRESSURE

DOWN FEED REGULATION

PRESSURE

CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE LINEAR HORN

ENGINE STOP

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OPERATOR CONTROL SYMBOLS (CONT.)


COUNTERCLOCKWISE ROTATION DUSTHOOD UP

CLOCKWISE ROTATION

DUSTHOOD DOWN

HANDLE MOVEMENT

COMPRESSED AIR FLUSHING (FULL)

FAST FEED DOWN

SLOW FEED UP

FEED PRESSURE DOWN

CONTINUOUSLY VARIABLE ROTATIONAL

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SAFETY
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SAFETY INFORMATION
BE AWARE OF SAFETY INFORMATION
This is the SafetyAlert symbol. When you see this symbol on your machine or in this manual, be alert to the potential for personal injury. Follow recommended precautions and safe operating practices.

SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL

UNDERSTAND SIGNAL WORDS


(RED BACKGROUND)

A signal word DANGER, WARNING, or CAUTION is used with the safetyalert symbol. DANGER identifies the most serious hazards. DANGER, WARNING, or CAUTION safety labels are located near specific hazards. NOTICE labels are for general information.

DANGER IS USED TO INDICATE THE PRESENCE OF A HAZARD WHICH WILL CAUSE SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH IF THE WARNING IS IGNORED.

(ORANGE BACKGROUND)

WARNING IS USED TO INDICATE THE PRESENCE OF A HAZARD WHICH CAN CAUSE SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH IF THE WARNING IS IGNORED.

(YELLOW BACKGROUND)

CAUTION IS USED TO INDICATE THE PRESENCE OF A HAZARD WHICH WILL OR CAN CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE IF THE WARNING IS IGNORED.

(BLUE BACKGROUND)

Notice is used to notify people of installation, operation, or maintenance information which is important but not hazard related.
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FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS
Carefully read all safety messages in this manual and on your machines safety labels. Keep safety labels in good condition. Replace all missing or damaged safety labels. Replacement safety labels can be obtained at no cost from your local IngersollRand dealer or representative or by contacting the factory. Learn how to operate the machine and how to use the controls properly. DO NOT LET ANYONE OPERATE THIS MACHINE WITHOUT PROPER INSTRUCTION. If you do not understand any part of this manual and need assistance, contact your local IngersollRand dealer.

KEEP MACHINE IN GOOD WORKING CONDITION


Keep your machine in proper working condition. Unauthorized modifications to the machine may impair the function and/or safety and effect machine life. Make sure all safety devices, including shields are installed and functioning properly. Visually inspect the machine daily before starting the machine. Do not operate the machine with loose, worn, or broken parts.

WEAR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING


Wear APPROVED safety equipment (safety shoes, safety glasses, hearing protection, hard hat, gloves, respirator, etc.) when operating or maintaining the machine. Wear close fitting clothing and confine long hair. Operating equipment requires the full attention of the operator. Do not wear radio or music headphones while operating the machine. 12
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HANDLE FUEL SAFELY AVOID FIRES


Handle fuel with care, it is highly flammable. Do not refuel the machine while smoking or when near open flame or sparks. Always stop engine before refueling machine. Fill fuel tank outdoors. Prevent fire by keeping machine clean of accumulated trash, debris, and grease. Always clean up spilled fuel.

KEEP RIDERS OFF MACHINE


Never ride on a machine. The operators platform is for one person only. Riders are subject to injury such as being thrown off the machine.

AVOID MOVING PARTS


Keep hands, feet, and clothing away from power driven parts. Keep safety shields in place and properly secured.

CHECK LAWS AND REGULATIONS


Know and obey all Federal, State, and local laws and regulations that apply to your work situation.

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PLACE WARNING BARRIERS AROUND WORK SITE


Set up traffic barriers around the work area with warning signs facing outward. Place pedestrian and traffic barriers around the job site in accordance with Federal, State, local, and governing agency laws and regulations.
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CHECK FOR UNDERGROUND UTILITY LINES


Before starting work, remember that contact with buried utilities may cause serious injury or death. Electric line contact may cause electric shock or electrocution. Gas line contact may rupture pipe causing explosion or fire. Fiber optic cables can blind you if you look into the laser light in them. Water line rupture may cause a flood and possible ground collapse. Before drilling, check with qualified sources to properly locate all buried utilities in and around drill path. Select a drill path that will not intersect buried utilities. Never launch a drill bit on a path toward electric, gas, or water lines. Until their location is known, have the utility company shut it off before starting any underground work. Excavate to confirm its exact location.

IN US CALL TOLL FREE 1-888-258-0808

DO NOT WORK IN TRENCH


Do not work in trench with unstable sides which could cave in. Specific requirements for shoring or sloping trench walls are available from several sources including Federal and State O.S.H.A. offices, or appropriate governing agency. Be sure to contact suitable authorities for these requirements before working in a trench. Federal O.S.H.A. regulations can be obtained by contacting the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. State O.S.H.A. regulations are available at your local state O.S.H.A. office, or appropriate governing agency.

ROLLOVER POSSIBLE
Proceed slowly; be alert and use extreme caution when operating on hillsides, or near ditches, gullies, holes, or obstructions where rollover could occur.

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AVOID ELECTROCUTION. STAY AWAY.


Electrocution possible. Serious injury or death may result if the machine strikes an energized powerline. Take the following precautions to prevent electrocution. Also refer to the operating instructions. z Always contact your local utility company when working in the vicinity of utilities. z Locate underground utilities by qualified persons. z Do not raise, lower, or move drill guide or boom near power lines. z Always wear proper electrically insulated linemans gloves and boots. z Never touch metal parts on machine while standing on bare ground if machine comes in contact with a powerline. z Always stay in cab during all drilling operations. z Never step onto or off of a machine if an electric strike occurs.

AVOID COOLANT BURNS


Hot fluid under pressure can erupt and scald if opened. Allow to cool before opening.

AVOID BATTERY BURNS AND EXPLOSION


Battery contains sulfuric acid which can cause severe burns. Avoid contact with eyes, skin, and clothing. Battery fumes are flammable and can explode. Keep all burning materials away from battery. Do not smoke. Tools and cable clamps can make sparks. Shield eyes and face from battery.

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CHECK FOR OVERHEAD UTILITY LINES


Check for overhead electrical power lines or other obstructions and be certain there is adequate clearance when handling drill rod or moving machine.

USE NORMAL SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE


Before servicing, cleaning, repairing, inspecting, lubricating, fueling, or transporting the machine, make sure the machine has been shutdown in accordance with this instruction manual.

WHEN TRANSPORTING ON TRUCK OR TRAILER


Attach chains and binders to the machine to securely tie down the machine to the truck or trailer.

OBSERVE ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION REGULATIONS


Be mindful of the environment and ecology. Before draining any fluids, find the correct way of disposing them. Observe the relevant environmental protection regulations when disposing of oil, fuel, coolant, brake fluid, filters and batteries. When using any solvent to clean parts, make sure that it is nonflammable, that it will not harm the skin, that it meets current O.S.H.A. standards, or appropriate governing agency. And that it is used in an area that is adequately ventilated.

WARNING: Failure to follow any of the above safety instructions or those that follow within this manual, could result in serious injury or death. This machine is to be used only for those purposes for which it was intended as explained in this instruction manual. 16
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SAFETY DECALS
INSPECTING SAFETY DECALS
Safety decals located on your machine contain important and useful information that will help you operate your equipment safely. To assure that all decals remain in place and in good condition, follow the instructions given below: Keep decals clean. Use soap and water, not mineral spirits, abrasive cleaners, or other similar cleaners that will damage the decal. Replace any damaged or missing decals. When attaching decals, surface temperature of the metal must be at least 40F (5C). The metal must also be clean and dry. When replacing a machine component with a decal attached, replace the decal also. Replacement decals can be obtained at no cost from your local IngersollRand dealer or representative or by contacting the factory. If you do not understand any part of this manual and need assistance, contact your local IngersollRand dealer.

SAFETY MANUAL INSIDE

SAFETY MANUAL MUST BE KEPT WITH MACHINE AT ALL TIMES. REPLACE SAFETY MANUAL WHEN LOST OR DAMAGED.

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SAFETY DEVICES
Keep all safety devices on your machine in proper working condition. Unauthorized modifications to these devices may impair the function and/or safety of the machine. Make sure all safety devices, including shields are installed and functioning properly. Visually inspect the machine daily before starting the machine. Do not operate the machine with loose, worn, or broken parts. Operate all safety devices to ensure proper working order. If you do not understand any part of this manual and need assistance, contact your local IngersollRand dealer.

Emergency Stop Button an emergency situation.

This button is used to shut down the machine in

Pushing this button will stop the machine completely. To release the button after being pressed; twist and pull up on the button to release it from its engaged or shutoff position.

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MACHINE CONTROLS
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IDENTIFYING AND UNDERSTANDING THE CONTROLS


FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS
Before operating this machine for the first time, become familiar with the switches, indicators, and controls. Learn how to operate the machine and how to use the controls properly. DO NOT LET ANYONE OPERATE THIS MACHINE WITHOUT PROPER INSTRUCTION. If you do not understand any part of this manual and need assistance, contact your local IngersollRand dealer.

DUST COLLECTOR/ VAPOSOL CONTROLS

ENGINE CONTROLS

TRAMMING CONTROLS

OPERATORS STATION FOR DRILLING ECM-370 CRAWLAIRR DRILLING MACHINE

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ENGINE CONTROLS

DISCHARGE AIR PRESSURE GAUGE

HYDRAULIC TANK PRESSURE GAUGE

ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE GAUGE

ENGINE TACHOMETER/ HOURMETER GAUGE

AIR TEMPERATURE GAUGE

ENGINE OIL PRESSURE GAUGE

FUEL GAUGE

VOLTAGE GAUGE EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON* COMPRESSOR SWITCH ENGINE SPEED SWITCH COLD START SWITCH (ETHER INJECTION)

FUSES

LIGHT SWITCH (OPTIONAL)

OVERRIDE BUTTON

START BUTTON

KEY POWER SWITCH * Note: Another emergency stop button is located on the drill guide.

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ENGINE OIL PRESSURE GAUGE ENGINE TACHOMETER/HOURMETER GAUGE FUEL GAUGE VOLTAGE GAUGE KEY POWER SWITCH This gauge indicates the oil pressure of the engine. This gauge indicates the engine running speed in revolutions per minute (rpm). It also records the accumulated running time of the engine in hours. This gauge indicates the amount of fuel in the fuel tank. This gauge indicates the voltage of the electrical system. This switch is used to start the machine and provide electrical power to the machine. Removal of the key prevents unauthorized starting. Key Positions: First Position (CCW) . . . . . . . ACC Accessories (Lights) Second Position . . . . . . . . . . . OFF Off Third Position (CW) . . . . . . . . ON Accessories and Run OVERRIDE BUTTON Depressing this button when starting the engine will allow the automatic shutdown system to be overridden until the engines operating systems are at normal levels. This button is used to start the engine. This gauge indicates the temperature of the engine coolant system. This gauge indicates the temperature at which the compressor is running. This gauge indicates the output air pressure of the compressor

START BUTTON ENGINE COOLANT TEMPERATURE GAUGE AIR TEMPERATURE GAUGE DISCHARGE AIR PRESSURE GAUGE

HYDRAULIC TANK PRESSURE GAUGE This gauge indicates the pressure in the hydraulic tank. ENGINE SPEED SWITCH This switch controls the engine speed. In the down position, the engine rpm is 1350 rpm. In the up position, the engine speed is 2500 rpm. This fuse provides electrical protection for the electrical system. This switch is used turn on the lights for night time drilling. This switch is used to control the cold start (ether) system. This valve will start the buildup of air pressure; when pressed after engine warmup. This button is used to shut down the machine in an emergency situation. To release the emergency button after being pressed; turn clockwise to release the button from the stop position.

FUSES LIGHT SWITCH (OPTIONAL) COLD START SWITCH (ETHER INJECTION) COMPRESSOR SWITCH EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON

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TRAM CONTROL VALVES

LEFT-HAND TRAM CONTROL VALVE

RIGHT-HAND TRAM CONTROL VALVE

LeftHand Tram Control Valve RightHand Tram Control Valve

This lever controls the lefthand tram motor. This lever controls the righthand tramming motor. These levers allow each track assembly to be moved separately or together. To move the machine, use the following steps: 1. To tram forward Push both levers forward at the same time. 2. To tram backward Pull both levers backward at the same time. 3. To make a right turn Push the lefthand lever forward, allow the righthand lever to remain in the neutral or off position. 4. To make a left turn Push the righthand lever forward, allow the lefthand lever to remain in the neutral or off position. 5. To make a sharp right turn Push the lefthand lever forward, and pull the righthand lever backward. 6. To make a sharp left turn Push the righthand lever forward, and pull the lefthand lever backward.

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HYDRAULIC CONTROL VALVES


TRACK OSCILLATION CONTROL LEVER GUIDE DUMP CONTROL LEVER BOOM SWING CONTROL LEVER BOOM EXTENSION CONTROL LEVER

GUIDE EXTENSION CONTROL LEVER Track Oscillation Control Lever

GUIDE SWING CONTROL LEVER

BOOM LIFT CONTROL LEVER

This lever will raise or lower the righthand and/or lefthand track assembly. (NOTE: This track oscillation control lever works in conjunction with the righthand and lefthand track oscillation control valves.) The righthand and/or lefthand track oscillation control valves must be opened for the track oscillation control lever to work. This lever will raise or lower the guide. To raise the guide; push the lever forward. To lower to guide; pull the lever back. This lever will pivot the guide up or down. To pivot the guide down; push the lever forward. To pivot the guide up; pull the lever back. This lever will pivot the guide left or right. To pivot the guide right; push the lever forward. To pivot the guide left; pull the lever back. This lever will swing the boom left or right. To move the boom right; push the lever forward. To move the boom to the left; pull the lever back. This lever will move the boom up or down. To move the boom up; push the lever forward. To move the boom down; pull the lever back. This lever will extend the boom in or out. To extend the boom out push the lever forward. To move the boom in; pull the lever back.

Guide Extension Control Lever

Guide Dump Control Lever D Guide Swing Control Lever D Boom Swing Control Lever

D Boom Lift Control Lever D Boom Extension Control Lever

D NOTE:

These controls will work as stated when the drill guide is in the vertical position only.

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DRILL AIR CONTROL VALVE

ROTATION PRESSURE GAUGE

FEED PRESSURE GAUGE

FEED MOTOR PRESSURE REGULATOR

DRILL ROTATION CONTROL LEVER FAST FEED CONTROL LEVER

SLOW FEED CONTROL LEVER

BLOW CONTROL LEVER (FLUSHING AIR)

DRILL AIR CONTROL LEVER (PERCUSSION)

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Rotation Pressure Gauge

This gauge monitors the rotation pressure. The pressure will vary depending on rock condition. This gauge monitors the feed pressure of the feed motor. The pressure will vary depending on rock conditions. The feed pressure can be adjusted with the feed motor control regulator. This regulator adjusts and presets the feed force of the feed motor. It will only work when the slow feed control lever is pushed forward and the drill is moving towards the centralizer end of the drill guide. This lever controls the rotation of the drill. Pushing this lever forward will give the operator forward rotation. Pulling this lever backward will give the operator reverse rotation. This lever controls the feed motor. Pushing this lever forward feeds the drill towards the centralizer end of the drill guide. Pulling this lever backward, retracts the drill to the top of the drill guide. This lever controls the feed motor. Pushing this lever forward feeds the drill towards the centralizer end of the drill guide. Pulling this lever backward, retracts the drill to the top of the drill guide. When this lever is in the forward position only, the downward force is regulated by the feed motor control regulator. This valve controls the blow (flushing) air. This valve controls the hammer (percussion) action of the drill. Pushing this lever all the way forward will allow for full hammer action.

Feed Pressure Gauge

Feed Motor Pressure Regulator

Drill Rotation Control Lever

Fast Feed Control Lever

Slow Feed Control Lever

Blow Control Lever Drill Air Control Lever

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HYDRAULIC CENTRALIZER AND DUST HOOD LEVERS

HYDRAULIC CENTRALIZER CONTROL LEVER

DUSTHOOD CONTROL LEVER

Dusthood Control Lever

This lever controls the raising and lowering of the dusthood. Pulling this lever up will raise the dusthood. Pushing this lever down will lower the dusthood. This lever controls the opening and closing of the hydraulic centralizer. Pushing this lever forward will open the centralizer. Pulling this lever backward will close the centralizer.

Hydraulic Centralizer Control Lever

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EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON (DRILL GUIDE)

EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON*

* NOTE: THERE IS ALSO AN EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON LOCATED ON THE ENGINE CONTROL PANEL.

EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON

This button is used to shut down the machine in an emergency situation. PUSH TO STOP will stop the machine completely. To release the emergency button after being pressed; turn the button clockwise to release the button from its engaged position.

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DUST COLLECTOR CONTROLS

DUST COLLECTOR SWITCH

Dust Collector

This ON/OFF switch is used to operate the dust control system. Pushing the switch toggle left allows the dust collector to operate automatically whenever the blow (flushing) air is used. Pushing the toggle switch right will operate the dust collector even if blow (flushing) air is not in use. The toggle must be held in this position as it will spring-return to off when released.

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AIR PRESSURE REGULATOR/WATER SEPARATOR OFF TIME DIAL AIR PRESSURE GAUGE MANIFOLD DRAIN

INSIDE THIS PANEL

ON TIME DIAL

MANOMETER

On Time Dial Off Time Dial Air Pressure Regulator/ Water Separator

This dial adjusts the duration of the pulse jet for the cleaning air, this dial should be set for .1 to .2 seconds. This dial adjusts the time between pulses, this should be set for 5 to 10 seconds depending on the load of the dirt on the filters. This regulator adjusts to the air pressure used for the cleaning cycle of the dust collector. The pulse pressure should be set between 40 to 60 psi (2.8 to 4.2 kg/cm2). Never set the air pressure regulator to exceed 60 psi (4.2 kg/cm2), this can damage the pneumatic components; causing failure. This also removes the moisture from the air before it goes into the dust collector. There is a water drain at the bottom of the unit. This gauge indicates the air pressure used for the cleaning cycle of the dust collector. This drain allows for the removal of condensed water that has built up in the manifold. During high humidity or high moisture conditions, it may be necessary to leave this drain slightly open. This manometer is used to determine three important setup values. These initial readings should be recorded at the time of startup for future evaluations. The total static pressure should never exceed 20 inches (508mm) of water or other problems will develop. 211

Air Pressure Gauge Manifold Drain

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RIGHT-HAND OSCILLATION CONTROL VALVE

LEFT-HAND OSCILLATION CONTROL VALVE * RightHand Oscillation Control Valve This control valve is used to raise or lower the righthand track assembly to stabilize the machine when setting up to drill on rough terrain. This control valve must be used in conjunction with the track oscillation control valve located with the hydraulic control valves. This control valve is used to raise or lower the lefthand track assembly to stabilize the machine when setting up to drill on rough terrain. This control valve must be used in conjunction with the track oscillation control valve located on the hydraulic control valve. These control levers allow each track assembly to be moved separately or together. To move the track assemblies, use the following steps: 1. To raise or lower the righthand track, close the lefthand track oscillation control valve, and open the righthand oscillation control valve. Move the track oscillation control lever on the hydraulic control valve to raise or lower the track assembly. 2. To raise or lower the lefthand track, close the righthand track oscillation control valve, and open the lefthand oscillation control valve. Move the track oscillation control lever on the hydraulic control valve to raise or lower the track assembly. * CAUTION: Both valves must be open when tramming over uneven terrain to allow hydraulic interaction between cylinders which will help to maintain stability of the machine. * NOTE: Both valves must be closed when drilling to prevent the machine from tilting out of the drilling position.

* LeftHand Oscillation Control Valve

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HYDRAULIC OIL LEVEL/TEMPERATURE GAUGE AND COMPRESSOR OIL SEPARATOR TANK SIGHT
HYDRAULIC OIL LEVEL/TEMPERATURE GAUGE

COMPRESSOR OIL SEPARATOR TANK SIGHT

Hydraulic Oil Level/Temperature Gauge

This gauge indicates both the amount of hydraulic oil in the tank and the temperature of the hydraulic oil. The hydraulic oil level should be at the HIGH mark on the gauge. This sight glass indicates the amount of oil in the compressor system. The oil level should be at the midpoint when the system is not in operation.

Compressor Oil Separator Tank Sight

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ENGINE AIR FILTER INDICATOR AND COMPRESSOR AIR FILTER INDICATOR

ENGINE AND COMPRESSOR AIR FILTER INDICATORS

Engine Air Filter Indicator Compressor Air Filter Indicator

This indicator measures the air flow into the filter. This indicator will turn red when the filter is clogged. This indicator measures the air flow into the filter. This indicator will turn red when the filter is clogged.

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HYDRAULIC OIL RETURN FILTER INDICATOR

HYDRAULIC OIL RETURN FILTER INDICATOR

Hydraulic Oil Return Filter Indicator

This indicator shows when the hydraulic oil return filter needs to be changed, and should only be checked when the hydraulic fluid is at normal operating temperature. The hydraulic filters should be changed during normal maintenance or when the indicator shows a reading of 25 psi (173 kPa) or higher.

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TRACK FINAL DRIVE DISENGAGEMENT

HYDRAULIC FINAL DRIVE DISENGAGEMENT PLATE

ALWAYS CHOCK TRACKS BEFORE RELEASING BRAKES.

Never tow the machine faster than its rated speed (2 MPH [3.2 KMH]) as severe damage can occur to the tram motors as a result of overspeeding.

Track Final Drive Disengagement

Remove the two bolts and the plate in the middle of the drive cover. Turn the plate over and reinstall using the same two bolts. Tighten the bolts until the plate is flush with the outer surface of the outer drive cover.

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AIR ACCESSORY CONNECTION

AIR ACCESSORY CONNECTION

Air Accessory Connections

These connections provide for the hookup of air tools, or other necessary items.

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VAPOSOL WATER CONTROL VALVE

VAPOSOL WATER CONTROL ON/OFF VALVE

VAPOSOL WATER CONTROL METERING VALVE

VAPOSOL Water Control On/Off Valve

This valve supplies the water and detergent mixture to the VAPOSOL water control metering valve. NOTE: After the VAPOSOL water control metering valve has been adjusted to give the proper water and detergent mixture, use the VAPOSOL water control on/off valve to control the flow.

VAPOSOL Water Control Metering Valve

This valve will adjust the amount of water and detergent allowed into the air line after the Blow Control Lever has been pushed forward.

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LUBRICATION ADJUSTMENT VALVES

DRIFTER FRONTHEAD LUBRICATION ADJUSTMENT VALVE

LUBRICATOR ADJUSTMENT VALVE

Lubricator Adjustment Valve

This valve is located on the lubricator, and will adjust the amount of rock drill oil allowed into air system to properly lubricate the drifter piston and other air operated items. This valve is located on the drill guide, behind the drill air control valve. This valve will adjust the amount of rock drill oil allowed to the drifter front end.

Drifter Fronthead Lubrication Adjustment Valve

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HAND PUMP (HYDRAULIC OIL)

HAND PUMP

HOSE CONNECTION

Hand Pump

This hand pump allows hydraulic fluid to be pumped into the hydraulic reservoir through the filters. This is the only way fuel should be added. The hose from the hydraulic fluid source being pumped into the machine is connected here.

Hose Connection

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DIESEL FUEL FILL

DIESEL FUEL FILL

DIESEL FUEL FILL

This is where diesel fuel is added to the fuel tank.

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MACHINE LEVEL GAUGES

MACHINE LEVEL GAUGES

MACHINE LEVEL GAUGES

These gauges are used to level and position the machine for drilling.

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Revision 3 April 1, 1998 Section 3

PREOPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
TRAINING
Before operating the machine on a job site, the operator should be trained in the operation of drilling. Initial training should be conducted at a site free of underground utilities. Training should cover the following items: z Review all sections of this manual. z Processes and procedures used to locate underground utilities. z Job site safety including safety barriers, protective clothing, operating procedures, communication procedures, and emergency procedures. z Transportation of the machine. z Setup of the machine. z Drilling. z Service. Learn how to operate the machine and how to use the controls properly. DO NOT LET ANYONE OPERATE THIS MACHINE WITHOUT PROPER INSTRUCTION. If you do not understand any part of this manual and need assistance, contact your local IngersollRand dealer.

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CHECK FOR OVERHEAD UTILITY LINES


Electrocution possible. Serious injury or death may result if the machine strikes an energized powerline. Take the following precautions to prevent electrocution: z Always contact your local utility company when working in the vicinity of utilities. z Locate overhead utilities. z Do not raise, lower, or move drill guide or boom near power lines. z Always wear proper electrically insulated linemans gloves and boots. z Never touch metal parts on machine while standing on bare ground if machine comes in contact with a powerline. z Always stay in cab during all drilling operations. z Never step onto or off of a machine if an electric strike occurs.

CHECK FOR UNDERGROUND UTILITY LINES


Before starting work, remember that contact with buried utilities may cause serious injury or death. Electric line contact may cause electric shock or electrocution. Gas line contact may rupture pipe causing explosion or fire. Fiber optic cables can blind you if you look into the laser light in them. Water line rupture may cause a flood and possible ground collapse. Before drilling, check with qualified sources to properly locate all buried utilities in and around drill path. Select a drill path that will not intersect buried utilities. Never launch a drill bit on a path toward electric, gas, or water lines. Until their location is known, have the utility company shut it off before starting any underground work. Excavate to confirm its exact location.
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If you contact an electrical line:

STEPPING ON OR OFF AN ELECTRICALLY CHARGED MACHINE CAN CAUSE ELECTROCUTION. Dont allow anyone to approach the machine or any equipment connected to the machine if a contact occurs. The machine and ground will become electrically charged. When an electrical contact occurs, the ground surface near the machine will become electrically charged. Large voltage differences may exist on the ground surface. If you stand or walk in these electrically charged areas, a potentially strong current may pass through you if the surface voltages at your feet are different. All personnel must be kept away from the work area, and any equipment connected to the machine. An electrical strike may also be indicated by electrical arcing, explosion, smoke, or popping where the contact occurs. If you are seated with both feet on the machine: 1. Do not get off the machine. The machine may be highly charged and cause injury or death if you make contact with the machine and the ground while stepping off. 2. Retract the drill to the end of the stroke in an attempt to break contact with the electrical power line. 3. Have someone who is clear of the work area contact the utility company to shut off the electrical power.

IF THE POWER HAS NOT BEEN PROPERLY SHUT OFF, AN AUTOMATICALLY RESETTING CIRCUIT BREAKER COULD REENERGIZE THE POWER LINE, CAUSING THE EQUIPMENT AND GROUND TO AGAIN BECOME CHARGED IF THE MACHINE IS CLOSE TO OR IN CONTACT WITH THE POWER LINE. DO NOT CONTINUE DRILLING UNTIL THE UTILITY COMPANY HAS DECLARED THE AREA SAFE TO RESUME THE OPERATION.

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If you contact a gas or liquid line:


1. Shut off the engine and evacuate the area immediately. 2. Contact the utility company. 3. Do not return to the job site until the utility company has given you permission to do so.

If you contact a fiber optic cable:


1. Do not look into the end. Fiber optic cables carry laser light which will damage your eye. If you are not sure what kind of cable it is, do not look into the end. 2. Contact the phone company.

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INSPECTING THE MACHINE
The operator must perform a prestarting inspection each day before operating the machine. Visually inspect the machine daily before starting the machine. Do not operate the machine with loose, worn, or broken parts. Inspect the machine and make any necessary adjustments and repairs before starting the machine. Keep your machine in proper working condition. Unauthorized modifications to the machine may impair the function and/or safety and effect machine life. Learn how to operate the machine and how to use the controls properly. Do not let anyone operate this machine without proper instruction. Make sure all safety devices, including shields are installed and functioning properly. If you do not understand any part of this manual and need assistance, contact your local IngersollRand dealer.

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Check Engine System:


z z z z z z z Engine oil level. Fuel lines. Warning lights for proper function. Check engine belt and cooling fan. Cooling system and coolant level. Air cleaner, air intake screen and shrouding for debris. Muffler and exhaust pipes and clamps.

Check Hydraulic System:


z Hydraulic oil level. z Hydraulic components for leaks or damage. z Check control levers for proper function.

Check Compressor and Air System:


z Compressor oil level. z Air components for leaks or damage.

Check Drill Lubrication System:


z Lubricator oil level. z Drilling lubrication system components for leaks or damage.

Check Overall Machine:


z z z z z z Diesel fuel level Installation and condition of safety shields and guards. Condition of decals. Condition and installation of hardware. Check the machine for signs of fatigue. Check all safety switches, and all shutdown mechanisms.

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NORMAL STARTING PROCEDURE


STARTING THE MACHINE
Perform the steps in the sequence given to properly start the machine:

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO START THE MACHINE UNLESS YOU ARE THOROUGHLY FAMILIAR WITH ALL CONTROLS AND INDICATORS OF THIS MACHINE.

DO NOT START ENGINE UNLESS HYDRAULIC TANK IS FULL. HYDRAULIC PUMP DAMAGE WILL OCCUR IF OPERATED WITHOUT OIL. REFER TO SECTION 4 OF THIS MANUAL TO PROPERLY FILL THE HYDRAULIC TANK. DO NOT START THE MACHINE ON A GRADE GREATER THAN 30. 1. Turn the ENGINE RPM Switch to the LOW position. 2. If the outside air temperature is below 25 F (3.9 C) turn the COLD START Switch to the ON position.

If the COLD START Switch is in the ON position, the automatic temperature control will not allow it to work unless it is below 25 F (3.9 C). 3. Turn the KEY Switch to the RUN position. Push and hold the OVERRIDE Button, then push the START Button until the engine fires. 4. Release the START Button, while holding the OVERRIDE Button for 3 to 5 seconds, then release.

At anytime the EMERGENCY STOP Button can be pushed to stop the machine in the event of an emergency ONLY.

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NORMAL STARTING PROCEDURE (cont.)

5. Allow the engine to idle for a few minutes to allow for proper engine warm up. 6. Push the LOAD COMPRESSOR Valve in; this allows for air pressure to be built up in the air system. Never pull the LOAD COMPRESSOR Valve out. This will pop out automatically when the machine has been shutdown and the air pressure has bled off.

NORMAL SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE

SHUTING DOWN THE MACHINE


Perform the steps in the sequence given to properly shut down the machine: 1. Turn the ENGINE RPM Switch to the LOW position. 2. Allow the engine to idle for a few minutes to lower the temperature of the engine before shutting down. 3. Turn the KEY Switch to the OFF position. 4. The LOAD COMPRESSOR Valve will automatically pop when the system pressure has bled down.

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TRAMMING
TRAMMING THE MACHINE
To prepare the machine for tramming, perform the steps in the sequence given:

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TRAM THE MACHINE UNLESS YOU ARE THOROUGHLY FAMILIAR WITH ALL CONTROLS AND INDICATORS OF THIS MACHINE. BEFORE TRAMMING, POSITION THE DRILL GUIDE TO CLEAR ALL OBSTACLES, WHILE MAINTAINING STABILITY. 1. Put the drill guide in a horizontal position, low enough to clear the ground but high enough to clear all obstacles. 2. Put both RIGHT-HAND OSCILLATION and LEFT-HAND OSCILLATION Control Valves in the open position. 3. If the machine is to be trammed on a flat level surface, place the ENGINE RPM Switch to the HIGH position. Place the ENGINE RPM Switch in the LOW position if tramming over rough or uneven terrain.

DO NOT TRAM THE MACHINE ON A GRADE GREATER THAN 30. 4. Move the LEFT-HAND TRAMMING and/or RIGHT-HAND TRAMMING Control Valves; and move the machine to the desired location.

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TOWING
TOWING THE MACHINE
To prepare the machine for towing, perform the steps in the sequence given:

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TOW THE MACHINE UNLESS YOU ARE THOROUGHLY FAMILIAR WITH ALL CONTROLS AND INDICATORS OF THIS MACHINE. BEFORE TOWING, POSITION THE DRILL GUIDE TO CLEAR ALL OBSTACLES, WHILE MAINTAINING STABILITY. 1. Put the drill guide in a horizontal position, low enough to clear the ground but high enough to clear all obstacles. 2. Chock the front and rear of both tracks. 3. Put both RIGHT-HAND OSCILLATION and LEFT-HAND OSCILLATION Control Valves in the open position. 4. Connect the machine to the heavy machinery that will move the machine. 5. Remove the two bolts and the plate in the middle of the drive cover. Turn the plate over and reinstall using the same two bolts. Tighten the bolts until the plate is flush with the outer surface of the outer drive cover.

NEVER TOW THE MACHINE FASTER THAN ITS RATED SPEED AS SEVERE DAMAGE CAN OCCUR TO THE FINAL DRIVE AS A RESULT OF OVERSPEEDING.

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TOWING (cont.)
6. Tow the machine to the necessary location. 7. Remove the two bolts and the plate in the middle of the drive cover. Turn the plate over and reinstall using the same two bolts. Tighten the bolts until the plate is flush with the outer surface of the outer drive cover. 8. The towing vehicle can be disconnected. 9. Slowly operate the tram levers to be sure that the pinion has engaged.

VAPOSOLr SYSTEM OPERATION


(CUSTOMER SUPPLIED ON CE MACHINES)

SYSTEM OPERATION
To use the VAPOSOL system during any drilling operation, perform the steps in the sequence given:

SHUT DOWN THE MACHINE BEFORE OPENING THE VAPOSOL TANK FILL VALVE. OPEN THE FILL VALVE SLOWLY TO RELEASE INTERNAL AIR PRESSURE. 1. Be sure that the VAPOSOL tank is filled with water and detergent mixture. (Refer to Section 5 for VAPOSOL detergent specifications.) 2. Open the VAPOSOL ON/OFF Valve. 3. Once the operator has pushed the BLOW AIR Control Lever forward during any drilling operation, the operator may adjust the VAPOSOL ADJUST Knob to get the proper dampness in the hole.
VAPOSOL ADJUST KNOB

VAPOSOL ON/OFF VALVE

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DUST CONTROL SYSTEM OPERATION


SYSTEM OPERATION
Before Drilling: 1. Check the dust hood seal to the pickup hood is correctly sealing around the drill steel. Change the dust hood seal if damaged. 2. Check that the pick up hood and suction hoses are free from blockages. 3. Check that the suction hose has no sharp bends or has been crushed and that it can be supported in the correct way. Operation To use the Dust Control System during any drilling operation, turn the DUST COLLECTOR Switch to the ON position. The dust control system will activate automatically when the Blow Control Lever is pushed forward during any drilling operation and collect dirt and dust automatically. The dust control system will activate a self cleaning system and empty the dirt and dust out of the dust collector to the ground. Drilling Through Overburden When drilling through overburden, there is a risk of blockages in the suction hose and pickup hood due to the concentration of heavy and dense material. If a blockage occurs, shut the dust collector off and remove the suction hose from the pickup hood outlet, let the heavy and dense material fall out of the pickup hood and remove, by hand any blockages in the cushion hose. Drilling with Water in the Hole. If continual water is noticed in the hole, you should stop the dust collector. If water is not noticed in the hole and filters become clogged with dust and water, then remove the filters and allow them to dry.

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SYSTEM OPERATION
These devices are used in the event of an incident were the machine needs to be stopped. Emergency Shutdown Button
This button is used to shut down the machine in an emergency situation. PUSH TO STOP will stop the machine completely. To release the emergency button after being pressed; turn the button clockwise to release the button from its engaged position.

Emergency Shutdown Button

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DRILLING PROCEDURE
SETUP
To prepare the machine for drilling, perform the steps in the sequence given:

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DRILL WITH THE MACHINE UNLESS YOU ARE THOROUGHLY FAMILIAR WITH ALL CONTROLS AND INDICATORS OF THIS MACHINE. Loading the Machine with Drill Steel 1. Place the drill guide in a horizontal position, low enough to load the drill steel. Using two people, load the rod rack with drill steel with the coupling end towards the top of the drill guide. 2. Raise the drill guide to a vertical position, making sure the drill steel remain in the rod rack.

DRILLING
1. Make sure the rod rack is loaded with drill steel. 2. Start the machine. Tram the machine to the desired location. 3. If machine is equipped with a dust collector, be sure that the Dust Control Switch is in the ON position. 4. Close both RightHand and LeftHand Oscillation Control Valves. 5. Completely retract the drill to the top of the drill guide. 6. Position the drill guide and the boom at the desired level or angle. 7. Make sure the lubricator is adjusted properly. 8. Be sure that the footpiece is planted firmly against the ground or drilling face. When vertically drilling, apply a down force to lift the tracks off the ground to a position so that there is clearance under the second track roller. This applies enough weight on the drill guide to prevent it from kicking out while drilling.

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DRILLING PROCEDURE (cont.)

THE DRILL CONTROL LEVER SHOULD NOT BE USED WHILE INSTALLING OR TIGHTENING THE COUPLING OR DRILL STEEL, SINCE IT IS POSSIBLE TO CHIP THE THREADS WHEN FULL CONTACT OF THREADS IS NOT MADE.

Always grease all drill steel connections; for ease of disconnecting and long tool life.

THE DRILL ROTATION LEVER SHOULD NOT BE USED WHILE INSTALLING DRILL STEEL. KEEP CLEAR OF MOVING PARTS. 9. Place a starter rod with a coupling into the centralizer and screw onto the striking bar. Slowly push forward the Slow Feed Control Lever, and feed the drill down. Select and attach the appropriate bit to the drill steel. Close and lock the centralizer. 10.Start forward rotation by pushing the Drill Rotate Control Lever forward. 11. Push the Blow Control Lever forward to provide hole cleaning air to the bit. 12.Slowly push forward the Slow Feed Control Lever, and feed the drill down the guide to collar the hole. 13.Push the Drill Air Control Lever forward to start the drill hammer action. 14.Once the hole has been collared, the Slow Feed Control Lever can be pushed all the way forward and the hole can be drilled. 15.Adjust the Feed Motor Control Regulator depending on ground conditions. 16.After the hole has been drilled, pull the Slow Feed Control Lever, Drill Rotate Control Lever, Drill Air Control Lever, and the Blow Control Lever back to the neutral or off position. 17.Refer to Adding Drill Steel if drilling deeper holes is required, if not, continue on with Step 18 of this section. 18.Slowly push the Drill Rotate Control Lever forward. While the drill is still rotating, pull back on the Slow Feed Control Lever to free the bit from the bottom of the hole, and bring it out of the hole. Be sure to use forward rotation so the bit will not unscrew.

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19.Once the bit is out of the hole, pull the Slow Feed Control Lever and the Drill Rotate Control Lever to the neutral or off position. 20.Perform Steps 4 through 17 of this paragraph to drill a new hole, or refer to Adding Drill Steel to drill deeper holes. Adding Drill Steel 1. Feed the drill steel up far enough so that the bit is off the bottom of the hole. 2. Pull backward the Drill Control Lever quickly to give short bursts of hammer action to break loose the drill steel. 3. Open the centralizer. 4. Feed the drill steel up far enough so that the coupling is in the centralizer. 5. Close the centralizer. 6. Pull the ROTATION and SLOW FEED Control Levers back to unscrew the drifter from the coupling. 7. Raise the drifter a little to disconnect it from the coupling. 8. After the drifter has been disconnected from the coupling, push the ROTATION and FEED Control Levers forward to the neutral or off position.

Always grease all drill steel connections; for ease of disconnecting and long tool life. 9. Connect a new extension rod to the coupling at the centralizer by screwing it in part way by hand.

THE DRILL AIR CONTROL LEVER SHOULD NOT BE USED WHILE INSTALLING OR TIGHTENING THE COUPLING OR EXTENSION ROD, SINCE IT IS POSSIBLE TO CHIP THE THREADS WHEN FULL CONTACT OF THREADS IS NOT MADE. 10.Slowly push forward the Slow Feed Control Lever, and feed the drill down until the drill is making contact with the top coupling.

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KEEP CLEAR OF ROTATING EXTENSION ROD AND PARTS. 11. Start forward rotation by pushing the Drill Rotation Control Lever forward, and slowly screw the drifter into the top coupling. 12.Pull back the Slow Feed Control Lever and raise the drifter and extension rod up far enough to open the centralizer. 13.Push the Blow Control Lever forward to provide hole cleaning air to the bit. 14.Push the Slow Feed Control Lever forward and lower the drill until the bit is on the bottom of the hole. 15.Push the Drill Air Control Lever forward to start the drill hammer action. 16.The Slow Feed Control Lever can be pushed all the way forward and the hole can be drilled; close the centralizer after the coupling passes through. 17.After the hole has been drilled, pull the Slow Feed Control Lever, Drill Rotation Control Lever, Drill Air Control Lever, and the Blow Control Lever back to the neutral or off position. 18.Refer to Steps 1 through 17 of this paragraph to add more extensions rods, or refer to Removing Drill Steel to remove extension rods. Removing Drill Steel 1. Pull the Slow Feed Control Lever backward, and feed the extension rod up far enough so that the bit is off the bottom of the hole. 2. Pull backward the Drill Air Control Valve quickly to give short bursts of hammer action to break loose the extension rod. 3. Open the centralizer. 4. Pull the Slow Feed Control Lever backward, and feed the extension rod up far enough so that the coupling between the two extension rods is above the centralizer. 5. Close the centralizer. 6. Push the Slow Feed Control Lever Forward, and lower the coupling to rest on the centralizer. 7. Pull back on the Drill Rotation Control Lever to reverse the direction of the drifter to unscrew the drifter from the top coupling. The coupling must remain on the extension rod.
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8. Use the Slow Feed Control Lever and pull back on it to raise the drifter a little to disconnect it from the coupling. 9. After the drifter has been disconnected from the extension rod and coupling, push the Drill Rotation Control Lever and the Slow Feed Control Lever forward to the neutral or OFF position. 10.Carefully unscrew the extension rod by hand from the bottom coupling and move the extension rod to the rod rack or a safe place. 11. Push the Slow Feed Control Lever forward, and lower the drill to the bottom coupling. Slowly push the Drill Rotation Control Lever forward and screw into the bottom coupling. 12.Perform Steps 1 through 11 of this paragraph to remove more extension rods.

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OPERATOR SERVICE INFORMATION


Revision 3 April 1, 1998 Section 4

MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
MAINTENANCE CHECKS
Visually inspect the machine daily. Do not operate the machine with loose, worn, or broken parts. Inspect the machine and make any necessary adjustments and repairs before starting the machine. Keep your machine in proper working condition. Unauthorized modifications to the machine may impair the function and/or safety and effect machine life. Make sure all safety devices, including shields are installed and functioning properly. If you do not understand any part of this manual and need assistance, contact your local IngersollRand dealer.

SERVICE INTERVALS
Use the hourmeter as a guide when servicing the machine or drifter. The hourmeter indicates the total number of hours the machine has been in operation. Maintenance intervals are based on normal operating conditions. When operating under severe condition, the maintenance intervals should be shortened.

MACHINE HOURMETER

BEFORE PERFORMING ANY SERVICE ON THE MACHINE, MAKE SURE THE MACHINE IS SHUT DOWN, AND THE TRACKS ARE CHOCKED TO PREVENT MOVEMENT.

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SERVICE ITEMS PARTS LIST

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SERVICE
SERVICE If you are considering servicing the machine without the assistance of a IngersollRand Dealer, remember this is a complex machine which often involves complex service procedures. There are also many components which are not user serviceable. Do not attempt any service which you do not fully understand, nor any service that you cannot do accurately and safely with proper tools and equipment. If you encounter a problem that you do not understand or cannot solve, contact your IngersollRand dealer. ROUTINE SERVICE CHECKS The operator will perform the following routine service checks on the machine at the beginning of each day, his/her shift, or before any drilling operation. As described in the following paragraphs, the operator will perform these tasks to keep the machine in a good operating condition. The following paragraphs will explain what the operator is to check and the proper fluids to be added. Lubricator Oil Level

SHUT DOWN THE MACHINE BEFORE LOOSENING OR REMOVING THE LUBRICATOR FILL CAP. REMOVE CAP SLOWLY TO RELEASE INTERNAL AIR PRESSURE. The lubricator must be checked every eight hours of operation (or twice during the eight hour period until the consumption rate is determined). Slowly remove the fill cap. The lubricator takes approximatley 5 gallons (19l) when empty. Refer to Table 7 of this Section for the proper type of rock drill oil to be used, and Table 8 for the proper viscosity of rock drill oil to use during different weather conditions.

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SERVICE (cont.)
Diesel Fuel Level To check the diesel fuel level, turn the Key Switch to the RUN position and observe the fuel gauge. Add fuel as required. It is recommended to top off the diesel fuel tank at the end of each shift. This will help prevent condensation in the fuel tank. The fuel tank holds approximately 100 Gallons (378.7 L) when full.

Diesel Fuel Gauge

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SERVICE (cont.)
Engine Oil Level When checking or adding oil to the engine, shutdown the machine. To check the engine oil level, remove the dipstick. Never operate the engine with the oil level below the ADD mark or above the FULL mark.

To add engine oil, remove the oil fill cap (located on the side of the engine) and add oil. Refer to Table 1 of this Section for the proper viscosity of motor oil to use during different weather conditions.

Oil Fill

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SERVICE (cont.)
Engine Coolant Level Never check the engine coolant while the machine is running, or when hot. To check or add antifreeze, remove the radiator cap and fill to the bottom of the filler neck. Refer to Table 2 of this Section for the proper antifreeze mixture to use during different weather conditions. Radiator Cap

Battery Water Level

NEVER CHECK THE BATTERY LEVEL WITH A FLAME, OR WHILE SMOKING. DO NOT CHECK THE BATTERY BY PLACING A METAL OBJECT ACROSS THE BATTERY POSTS. DO NOT ALLOW ACID TO COME INTO CONTACT WITH SKIN OR CLOTHING. Remove the battery caps and check the electrolyte level. The electrolyte level must be 1/2 inch (12.7 mm) above the top of the plates. Add only distilled water as required. Batteries

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Hydraulic Oil Level

DO NOT START THE ENGINE UNLESS THE HYDRAULIC TANK IS FULL OF HYDRAULIC OIL. HYDRAULIC PUMP DAMAGE WILL OCCUR IF OPERATED WITHOUT HYDRAULIC OIL. When checking the hydraulic oil level, shutdown the engine. Observe the sight glass on the side of the hydraulic tank. Hand Pump

Refer to Table 4 of this Section for the proper viscosity of hydraulic oil to use during different weather conditions. To add hydraulic oil to the hydraulic tank, remove the protective cap from the fill pump connection and connect the fill hose. Fill the hydraulic tank until the sight glass reads HIGH on the hydraulic oil level gauge. Unloader Valve Water Drain When draining the water from the unloader valve, shut down the machine. Open the water drain valve and allow the water to drain out.

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Separator Tank Oil Level

SHUTDOWN THE ENGINE BEFORE PERFORMING ANY MAINTENANCE ON THE COMPRESSOR SYSTEM. COMPLETELY BLEED DOWN ALL PRESSURE FROM THE SYSTEM. When checking or adding the compressor oil, shutdown the engine. Observe the sight glass on the side of the separator tank. The compressor oil level should be at or above the halfway mark on the sight glass. Ball Valve

Tank Fill Plug

Sight Glass

To add compressor oil, remove the fill nut and add compressor oil until the oil level is above the halfway mark and below the top of the sight glass. Refer to Table 5 of this Section for the proper viscosity of compressor oil to use during different weather conditions.

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VAPOSOL Tank Solution

SHUTDOWN THE ENGINE BEFORE PERFORMING ANY MAINTENANCE ON THE COMPRESSOR SYSTEM. COMPLETELY BLEED DOWN ALL PRESSURE FROM THE SYSTEM. OPENING THE FILLER VALVE WITHOUT SHUTTING THE MACHINE DOWN, OR OPENING IT WITHOUT BLEEDING OFF THE AIR PRESSURE, CAN CAUSE SOLUTION TO SPRAY.

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Loose or Frayed Hoses It is necessary to do an overall check for loose or frayed hoses. A frayed hydraulic hose can instantly break open; spraying hot hydraulic fluid on a person; causing severe burns. Always replace a worn or damaged hose immediately. Loose Nuts and Bolts It is necessary to do an overall check for loose nuts and bolts. All nuts and bolts must be kept properly tighten at all times. Drill Steel, Striking Bar, and Bits The bits, drill steel, and striking bar must be checked for wear, cracks, and damage. Any one of these problems should be corrected right away. The bits should also be checked for missing carbides. If the striking bar needs to be replaced, refer to the drifter instruction manual for proper replacement.

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ADJUSTMENTS To ensure maximum life and performance of the machine, it is important that the adjustments be made, periodically checked, and readjusted when necessary. Lubricator

SHUT DOWN THE MACHINE AND RELIEVE ALL INTERNAL AIR PRESSURE BEFORE LOOSENING OR REMOVING THE LUBRICATOR BOWL. Be sure that the lubricator is filled with rock drill oil. Shut down the machine before loosening or removing the lubricator fill cap. Remove cap slowly to release internal air pressure. Loosen the setscrew on the adjustment knobs. Turn the lubricator adjustment valve on the lubricator tank in a clockwise direction until the lubricator adjustment valve is completely closed (finger tight only). Open the lubricator adjustment valve 11/4 turns. Loosen the setscrew on the adjustment knob. Turn the drifter lubricator adjustment valve on the drill guide in a clockwise direction until the drifter lubricator adjustment valve is completely closed (finger tight only). Open the drifter lubricator adjustment valve 3/4 turns. To determine if the drifter lubricator adjustment valve is properly adjusted, check the discharged air at the drill exhaust port. Place a white piece of paper 4 to 6 in. (102 to 152 mm) from the exhaust port for 2 to 5 seconds. If a slight amount of oil adheres to the paper, it indicates that the drifter lubricator adjustment valve is adjusted properly. Do not flood the drill with oil. Allow a few minutes for the air to circulate between valve adjustments. The drifter must receive adequate lubrication, but must not be over lubricated. Over lubrication causes dieseling which destroys the lubricant. It results in scored cylinders, pistons, piston stem bearings, and damage to other internal parts. Frequently check the lubrication setting of both lubricator valves during drilling operations. The flow of oil is affected by changes in ambient temperature, and pressure. Readjust the valves as required. Tighten the setscrews after adjustment has been made. Refer to Table 7 of this Section for the proper type of rock drill oil to be used, and Table 8 for the proper viscosity of rock drill oil to use during different weather conditions.

DRIFTER FRONTHEAD LUBRICATION ADJUSTMENT VALVE

LUBRICATOR ADJUSTMENT VALVE

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Track Chain Tension The proper tension must be maintained on the track chain so that it does not come off the idler or sprocket while traveling. Place a straight edge over the top of the track chain. Measure the sag; the sag should be no more than 1/2 in. (13mm). Use the following steps to tighten or loosen the track chain for the proper tension: a. Remove the inspection cover. b. To Tighten Track Pump grease through the lubrication fitting (1) until the proper tension is reached. c. To Loosen Track Loosen the lubrication fitting (1) on the track adjuster and allow the grease to run out. Do not remove this fitting. Once the proper tension is reached, tighten the lubrication fitting.

1/2 in. (13mm) SLACK ADJUSTMENT

3 1. Lubrication Fitting 2. Chain Tension Cylinder 3. Grease Gun

2
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Feed Chain Tension Because it will stretch with use, it is necessary to make periodic adjustments to the feed chain. If the feed chain is loose or slack (if the chain has more than 1/2 inch play), pump the feed chain tension cylinder with grease until the feed chain is tight.

1. Lubrication Fitting 2. Feed Chain Tension Cylinder 3. Grease Gun

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MACHINE SPECIFICATIONS
US ENGINE: Rated horse power Operating speed Engine idle speed BOOM AND GUIDE: Max horizontal boom swing Max. vertical boom movement Max. boom extension Max. guide swing Guide extension Max. guide dump GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS: Compressor type Compressor volume Compressor pressure Gradeability Tram speed Ground clearance Grouser width Weight (with enclosure) Shipping width (w/o operators platform) Shipping height (boom at 45o, guide vertical) Shipping length (boom at 45o, guide vertical) DRIFTER EVL130HR Weight Rotation speed Frequency VL140HR Weight Rotation speed Frequency OPTIONS: Enclosure Assembly Winch CAPACITIES: Fuel tank Hydraulic tank Separator tank Radiator (Engine & Radiator Total) Engine oil (with filter change) Vaposolr tank (Non CE Machines) Final drive Lubricator 100 gallons 55 gallons 9 gallons 12.5 gallons 24 quarts (6 gallons) 40 gallons 64 oz. 5 Gallons 378.5 liters 208 liters 34 liters 47.3 liters 22.71 liters 151 liters 1.89 liters 19 liters 434 lb 0140 rpm 1200 BPM 421 lb 0200 rpm 2100 BPM 191 kg 197 kg IngersollRand 640 scfm 18.1 cu. m/min 130 psi (unload) 9.1 kg/cm2 30 degrees 02.0 mph 03.2 km/hr 18 in 457 mm 12 in 305 mm 19,870 lbs 9,013 kg 97 inches 2,464 mm 237 inches 6,020 mm 222 inches 5,645 mm 215 hp Cummins 6CT 8.3 160 kw 2500 rpm 1350 rpm METRIC

35 degrees right, 40 degrees left 45 degrees up, 15 degrees clown 60 inches 1,524 mm 35 degrees right, 50 degrees left 48 in 1,219 mm 180 degrees

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MAXIMUM HORIZONTAL MOVEMENT OF BOOM

MAXIMUM SWING OF GUIDE

MAXIMUM VERTICAL MOVEMENT OF BOOM

MAXIMUM DUMP OF GUIDE

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COMPRESSOR OIL (CO) The compressor oil specified by IR for use in all high pressure air end applications is shown in Table 5. No substitute fluid shall be used. Refer to Table 5 for the proper compressor oil to be used during different weather conditions. ENGINE OIL (EO) Refer to the engine manual for the proper type of engine oil to use. Refer to Table 1 for the proper engine oil to be used during different weather conditions. HYDRAULIC OIL (HO) The hydraulic oil used in the machine must be a premium high viscosity index hydraulic oil with rust and oxidation, and antifoam additives. It must be also extremely shear stable. Refer to Table 4 for the proper hydraulic oil to be used during different weather conditions. ROCK DRILL OIL (RDO) The rock drill oil used in the machine must be a well refined petroleum lubricating oil. It must be suitably compounded to provide the specified consistency and film strength and be further compounded to provide steam emulsion number. The latter is to provide a satisfactory lubricant for such drills where water or wet air is encountered. The rock drill oil must be substantially noncorrosive to steel, bronze, and contain little or no sulphur. It must also have a high viscosity index, and must conform to the physical and chemical properties located in Table 7. Refer to Table 8 for the proper rock drill oil to be used during different weather conditions. FINAL DRIVE OIL (FDO) The gear oil used in the machine must meet API classification GL5 and MIL21205C. Refer to Table 6 for the proper final drive oil to be used during different weather conditions. DRILL STEEL LUBRICANT (DSL) The drill steel lubricant used must be lead free and pumpable.

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VAPOSOL SOLUTION (VS) This VAPOSOL solution is a commercial detergent mixed with water. Several commercial detergent agents are available for use with the VAPOSOL Dust Control System. The following agent and mixture is recommended: Agent: Surfax 5107 Mixture: 1 gallon (3.79 liters) of detergent plus 9 gallons (34.1 liters) of water equals 10 gallons (37.9 L) of concentrated solution.

10 gallons (37.9 liters) of concentrated solution equals 320 cups. 1 cup of concentrated solution treats 20 gallons (75.7 liters) of fresh water. The final solution is; 2 cups of concentrated solution for every 40 gallons (151.4 liters) of fresh water. GREASE (GR) The recommended grease for all pressure gun grease fittings should be premium lithium or lithium complex grease with extreme pressure additives. It must have excellent water resistance and rust preventive properties. Refer to Table 3 for the proper grease to be used during different weather conditions.

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Table 1. Engine Oil Viscosity Recommendations

Table 2. Antifreeze Recommendations

Table 3. Grease Recommendations

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Table 4. Hydraulic Oil Viscosity Recommendations

Table 5. Compressor Oil Viscosity Recommendations

INGERSOLLRAND Pro TecTM


5 GAL: 36899706 55 GAL: 36899714

INGERSOLLRAND Performance 500 (Synthetic ATF)


5 GAL: 35382936 55 GAL: 35382944

Table 6. Final Drive Oil Viscosity Recommendations

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Table 7. Rock Drill Oil Viscosity Recommendations

Table 8. Rock Drill Oil Specifications

Characteristic Viscosity: SUS at 100F (38C) SUS at 210F (99C) cST at 104F (40C) cST at 212F (100C) Pour Point, F (C) max.

Test Procedure ASTMD2161 ASTMD2161 ASTMD445 ASTMD445 ASTMD97

Below 20F 20F to 90F Above 90F (7C) (7C to 32C) (32C) 450 min. 65 min. 105 min. 11 min. 10F (23C) 400F (204C) 90 1200 Stringy 2000 lbs (907 kg) 30 lbs (14 kg) 750 min. 85 min. 160 min. 16 min. 0F (18C) 450F (232C) 90 1200 Stringy 2000 lbs (907 kg) 30 lbs (14 kg)

175 min. 46 min. 37 min. 6 min. 10F (23C) ASTMD92 Flash Point,F (C) min. 370F (188C) ASTMD2270 Viscosity Index, min. 90 ASTM193565 Steam Emulsion No. min. 1200 ............ Consistency Stringy ASTMD2670 Falex Load Test lbs (kg) [min] 2000 lbs (907 kg) Timken E.P. Test lbs (kg) [min] ASTMD2782 30 lbs (14 kg)

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SAE Grade and Head Markings

NO MARK

NO MARK

SAE Grade and Nut Markings

Grade 1 Lubricateda Size 1/4 5/16 3/8 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 3/4 7/8 1 11/8 11/4 13/8 11/2 Nm 3.7 7.7 14 22 33 48 67 120 190 290 470 570 750 1000 lbft 2.8 5.5 10 16 25 36 50 87 140 210 300 425 550 725

Grade 2b Lubricateda Nm 6 12 22 35 53 75 105 190 190 290 470 570 750 990 lbft 4.5 9 16 26 39 56 78 140 140 210 300 425 550 725

Grade 5, 5.1, or 5.2 Lubricateda Nm 9.5 20 35 55 85 125 170 300 490 725 900 1300 lbft 7 15 26 41 63 90 125 225 360 540 675 950

Grade 8 or 8.2 Lubricateda Nm 13.5 28 50 80 120 175 215 425 700 lbft 10 21 36 58 90 130 160 310 500

1050 750 1450 1075 2050 1500 2700 2000 3600 2650

1700 1250 2250 1650

DO NOT use these values if a different torque value or tightening procedure is given for a specific application. Torque values listed are for general use only. Fasteners are selected based on load carrying requirements (Always replace fasteners with identical grade as specified.) means coated with a lubricant such as engine oil, or fasteners with phosphate and oil coatings.
a Lubricated

Fasteners should be replaced with the same or higher grade. (If higher grade fasteners are used, these should only be tightened to the strength of the original.) Make sure fasteners threads are clean and that you properly start thread engagement. This will prevent them from failing when tightening. Tighten toothed or serratedtype lock nuts to the full torque value.

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Property class and Head Markings

Property class and Head Markings

Class 4.8 Lubricateda Size M6 M8 M10 M12 M14 M16 M18 M20 M22 M24 M27 M30 M33 M36 Nm 4.8 12 23 40 63 100 135 190 260 330 490 675 900 1150 lbft 3.5 8.5 17 29 47 73 100 140 190 250 360 490 675 850

Class 8.8 or 9.8 Lubricateda Nm 9 22 43 75 120 190 260 375 510 lbft 6.5 16 32 55 88 140 195 275 375

Class 10.9 Lubricateda Nm 13 32 63 110 175 275 375 530 725 lbft 9.5 24 47 80 130 200 275 400 540

Class 12.9 Lubricateda Nm 15 37 75 130 205 320 440 625 850 lbft 11.5 28 55 95 150 240 325 460 625

650 475 950 700 1300 950 1750 1300 2250 1650

925 675 1350 1000 1850 1350 2500 1850 3200 2350

1075 800 1600 1150 2150 1600 2900 2150 3750 2750

DO NOT use these values if a different torque value or tightening procedure is given for a specific application. Torque values listed are for general use only. Fasteners are selected based on load carrying requirements (Always replace fasteners with identical grade as specified.) means coated with a lubricant such as engine oil, or fasteners with phosphate and oil coatings.
a Lubricated

Fasteners should be replaced with the same or higher grade. (If higher grade fasteners are used, these should only be tightened to the strength of the original.) Make sure fasteners threads are clean and that you properly start thread engagement. This will prevent them from failing when tightening. Tighten toothed or serratedtype lock nuts to the full torque value.

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PIPE THREAD FITTINGS Make sure the threads and sealing surfaces are free from nicks, burrs, dirt, etc. Tighten the fitting approximately 3 turns past finger tight. Using a thread sealant such as Loctite Vibraseal is recommended over pipe dope or teflon tape. Teflon tape can plug filters, drain orifices, etc. and can cause hydraulic system failure

ORING FITTINGS Make sure the threads and sealing surfaces are free from nicks, burrs, dirt, etc. Lubricate the oring with a light coat of hydraulic oil. Adjustable oring fittings: Hold fitting, and tighten nut. Nonadjustable oring fittings: Tighten fitting.
SIZE
2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 16

THREAD
5/1624 3/824 7/1620 1/220 9/1618 3/416 7/814 1 1/1612 1 5/1612

TORQUE
7 8 foot ponds (10 11 Nm) 14 16 foot ponds (19 21 Nm) 16 18 foot ponds (21 24 Nm) 22 24 foot ponds (29 32 Nm) 24 26 foot ponds (33 35 Nm) 40 43 foot ponds (54 59 Nm) 68 70 foot ponds (68 70 Nm) 98 102 foot ponds (98 102 Nm) 146 154 foot ponds (197 209 Nm)

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JIC FITTINGS Make sure the threads and sealing surfaces are free from nicks, burrs, dirt, etc. Tighten the fitting finger tight. Then tighten the fitting an additional number of flats as the chart indicates. One flat equals 1/6 of a turn. Overtightening the fitting may deform or break the female side of the fitting, restricting oil flow or causing a leak.

Flats from Finger Tight SIZE NEW FITTINGS


2 2 1/2 2 2 1/4 1 1/2 1 3/4 1 1/2 1 3/4 1 1/2 2 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/4

LOOSE FITTINGS
3/4 1 1 1 3/4 3/4 1 1/4 3/4 1 3/4 1 1 1 1/4 3/4 1

4 (1/4) 6 (3/8) 8 (1/2) 10 (5/8) 12 (3/4) 14 (7/8) 16 (1) 20 (1 1/4) 24 (1 1/2) 32 (2)

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Index
A
ABBREVIATIONS, GEN6 ADDING DRILL STEEL, 316 ADJUSTMENTS, 414 AIR ACCESSORY CONNECTION, 217 AIR END, COMPRESSOR OIL (CO), 53

F
FEED CHAIN TENSION, 416 FINAL DRIVE GEARBOX ASSEMBLY, FINAL DRIVE OIL (FDO), 53 FITTINGS JIC, 511 ORING, 510 PIPE THREAD, 510 FLUID SPECIFICATIONS, 55 FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS, 53

B
BATTERY WATER LEVEL, 49

G C
CAPACITIES, 51 COVERAGE, DRILL PATTERN, 52 GREASE, GREASE (GR), 54

H
HAND PUMP (HYDRAULIC OIL), 220 HYDRAULIC CENTRALIZER AND DUST HOOD LEVERS, 28 HYDRAULIC OIL LEVEL, 410 HYDRAULIC OIL LEVEL/TEMPERATURE GAUGE AND COMPRESSOR OIL SEPARATOR TANK SIGHT, 213 HYDRAULIC OIL RETURN FILTER INDICATOR, 215

D
DIESEL FUEL FILL, 221 DIESEL FUEL LEVEL, 47 DRILL GUIDE, LUBRICANT (DSL), 53 DRILL STEEL, STRIKING BAR, AND BITS, 413 DRILLING, 314 DRILLING PROCEDURE, 314 DUST COLLECTOR CONTROLS, 210 DUST CONTROL SYSTEM, 312

I
INSPECTING THE MACHINE, 35

E
EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN BUTTON, 313 EMERGENCY STOP BUTTON (DRILL GUIDE), 29 ENGINE, OIL (EO), 53 ENGINE AIR FILTER INDICATOR AND COMPRESSOR AIR FILTER INDICATOR, 214 ENGINE CONTROLS, 22 ENGINE COOLANT LEVEL, 49 ENGINE OIL LEVEL, 48

L
LOADING THE MACHINE WITH DRILL STEEL, 314 LOOSE NUTS AND BOLTS, 413 LOOSE OR FRAYED HOSES, 413 LUBRICANT, DRILL STEEL (DSL), 53 LUBRICATION ITEMS PARTS LIST, 45 LUBRICATOR, 414 LUBRICATOR OIL LEVEL, 46

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M
MACHINE LEVEL GAUGES, 222 MACHINE SPECIFICATIONS, 51 MAINTENANCE CHECKS, 41 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE, 41 SERVICE, 46 SERVICE INTERVAL CHART, 42 SERVICE INTERVALS, 41 SERVICE ITEMS PARTS LIST, 44 SERVICE RECORDS AND NOTES, 61 SHUTING DOWN THE MACHINE, 38 STARTING THE MACHINE, 37 SYMBOLS, GEN6 OPERATOR CONTROLS, GEN7

O
OIL COMPRESSOR (CO), 53 ENGINE (EO), 53 FINAL DRIVE (FDO), 53 HYDRAULIC (HO), 53 ROCK DRILL (RDO), 53

T
TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS, 58 TOWING THE MACHINE, 310 TRACK CHAIN TENSION, 415 TRACK FINAL DRIVE DISENGAGEMENT, 216 TRAMMING THE MACHINE, 39

P
PREOPERATING INSPECTION, 35 PREOPERATING INSTRUCTIONS, 31 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION NUMBERS, GEN3

U
UNLOADER VALVE WATER DRAIN, 410

R
REMOVING DRILL STEEL, 317 ROUTINE SERVICE CHECKS, 46

V
VALVE DRILL AIR CONTROL, 26 HYDRAULIC CONTROL, 25 LUBRICATION ADJUSTMENT, 219 OSCILLATION CONTROL, 212 TRAM CONTROL, 24 VAPOSOL WATER CONTROL, 218 VAPOSOLR SOLUTION (VS), 54 VAPOSOL SYSTEM OPERATION, 311 VAPOSOL TANK SOLUTION, 412

S
SAFETY DECALS, 17 SAFETY DEVICES, 119 SAFETY INFORMATION, 11 SAFETY SHUTDOWN SYSTEMS, 313 SEPARATOR TANK OIL LEVEL, 411

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