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MetreEater Hydraulic AQ Operating &


Maintenance Manual including Parts List

Index
Technical Specifications and Performance Curves

Operating Procedure

Machine Care

Operating & Maintenance Instructions - Powerpack

10

General Assembly - Drawing

15

General Assembly - Parts List

16

Hydraulic Motor Adaptor Housing Assembly - Drawing & Parts list

18

3 Jaw Chuck Assembly - Drawing, Parts list and Options

19

Rod Puller Assembly - Drawing, Parts list and Options

20

Rod Puller Clamp - Drawing & Parts list

21

Maintenance Tool Kit

21

Bar Clamp Assembly - Drawing & Parts list

22

Accessory Equipment

22

Related Drilling Equipment - Parts list

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Tel: +27 11 360-4600 Fax: +27 11 360-4729
MetreEater and spare parts orders - contact persons:
Sonny Moodley
Phil Swart
Frans Stassen

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Ext 4841
Ext 4802 (Export Desk)

Ext 4773

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Ext 4609
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Technical Advice:
Dave Curr
Diamond Bit Advice:
Martin Powell
Pat Boyton

WARNING
IMPORTANT: Before start up of drill follow the procedures listed below:
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Check hydraulic oil level on power pack.


Do not overspeed drill particularly on start up with light loads.
Keep clear of all moving parts and comply with the normal safety rules
for operating a pneumatic machine and for drilling holes.

NOTE: Recommended chuck spindle speed is 1400RPM

Technical Specifications
Rated Capacity
AQ rod vertically up
AQ rod horizontally
AQ rod vertically down

Rod Puller
200m
300m
200m

Piston diameter
80mm
Piston rod diameter
56mm
Stroke length
760mm
Capacity:
Pushing
7370kg @ 16mpa
Pulling
3761kg @ 16mpa

Feed Screw and Chuck


Overall length
1515mm
Feed length
820mm
Maximum rod size
AQ
3 Jaw with recessed screws

Gear

Fine
Medium
Coarse

Feed
(Rev/cm)

Advance at
1400 rev/min
(cm/min)

150
100
78

6.6
10.0
12.8

Weight
Drill
Bar clamp
Rod puller
TOTAL

125.3kg
24.4kg
77.1kg
226.4kg

Performance Curves - Hydraulic motor Eaton


74315 (2:1 Reduction to Chuck)

Standard Operating Procedure


Mount the drill on a standard 114mm OD bar, align it in the correct direction, tighten all bolts and
ensure the bar is secure. Check Hydraulic oil level & grease the drill.
Install the drill rod, corebarrel, reaming shell, bit and waterswivel, then connect the water hose.
Ensure the chuck is tightened properly and centrally when collaring.
Select the fine feed gear by turning the gear lever fully clockwise, open the air valve slightly for
slow rotation and use a lever against the bit to stabilise it.
For normal drilling, select the feed gear to suit the ground being drilled ie. the machine should not
labour with too coarse a feed and the bit should not polish with too fine a feed. Fine is fully
clockwise, medium is in the centre and coarse is fully counter clockwise.
When the feedscrew has been run out to its full length, secure the rods against the bottom of the
hole, shut off the water, loosen the chuck, engage neutral gear (ie. any position between the
gears.) Then secure the handwheel, and open the air slightly to turn the air motor slowly, which
will reverse the feedscrew. Re-tighten the chuck and continue drilling as before.
To trip the rods for a bit change, swing the drill out of the way on its hinge and pull or push the
rods by moving the lever on the valve backwards and forwards. Ensure that the cam is the right
way round to grip the rods in the desired direction.

Important Information

Be aware of safety when operating the drill.

Be aware that any dirt will damage the hydraulic motor, so pay particular attention to
the hydraulic hoses before connecting up and, during transportation.

Protect the feedscrew with a hose cover to prevent damage to the threads.

Ensure the drill is correctly aligned as misalignment will cause vibration, break
age of the feed-screw and shorten the life of the drill.

Do not force the gear lever but rather rotate the drill slowly while applying
pressure on the lever to feel the engagement.

Do not run the chuck against the drill casing when reversing the feedscrew.

Keep the drill clean; the bolts tight and clean and service the chuck when
necessary.

Machine Care
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Lubrication
Gearcase - grease all grease points 3 to 4 shots every shift. Use E.P.2 Grease.
Feedscrew - apply grease manually on feedscrew when stationary, as necessary
(minimum once per shift). Use E.P.2 Grease.

Major Repairs
To perform these repairs, you will require a light manually operated hydraulic workshop press
and a MetreEater maintenance kit (31881395).
Sub assemblies are subject to inspection and do not need stripping if they are in good order.
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Disassembly and assembly procedure

The outer surfaces of machine should be cleaned thoroughly, preferably using


pressure cleaning methods.
It is advisable to mount the machine on a 114mm O.D. bar frame of suitable
height for easier dismantling and assembling of the machine. Basic requirement
is a light manually operated hydraulic workshop press and a MetreEater maintenance kit.

Note: The hydraulic press may be improvised with a solid steeltop work bench
incorporating the toolkit adaptor plate 32099810 which serves as a basic stripping/assy
tool.
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To remove chuck assembly


Loosen six bolts (123) and unscrew from feed screw (67). Remove buffer (125).

To strip and reassemble chuck assembly

Remove six bolts (123) holding chuck together which will release thrust plate
(119), body (118) and thrust washer (122) from back plate (117).

Remove 3 dog screws (121).


Remove sleeves (120) from chuck body.
Thoroughly clean parts, inspect and replace worn parts.
To reasemble, reverse the procedure.

To remove rod puller assembly


Loosen nut (152) and swivel drill to its limit. Remove two bolts (172) washer
(168) and lift assembly out of clamp seat.

To disassemble rod puller assembly


To strip and assemble rod puller jaw assembly

Loosen shaft nut (206) and remove washer. Slip off jaw assembly from piston
shaft.
Remove pin (193) and nut (204) -both bottom jaw (198) and top jaw (199) can
then be removed from the jaw body.
Thoroughly clean parts, inspect and replace worn parts.
Reverse above order for assembly.

To strip and assemble front cylinder gland

Remove six end cover retaining bolts and washers (186)- slip end gland (187) from
piston shaft (194).
Remove seal (184), wiper (202). Seal (183) and wear strip (185).
Thoroughly clean parts, inspect and replace worn parts.
Reverse above order for assembly.

To strip and assemble piston shaft

Slide piston shaft assembly (194/200) from cylinder sleeve (195).


Remove nut (189) from piston shaft and piston (200) from shaft.
Thoroughly clean parts, inspect and replace worn parts.
Reverse above order for assembly.

To assemble rod puller assembly

Clean and inspect cylinder tube section for wear and replace if necessary.
Lubricate seals on piston with light grease and slide piston shaft asssembly
into cylinder sleeve.
Lubricate shaft seal, end gland and shaft with SAE30 oil and slide end gland
assembly with new O ring (188) in position on to piston shaft.
Locate end gland spigot in cylinder sleeve bore.
Insert the six retaining bolts/washers/(186) and tighten.
Ensure that new O ring (188) is in position and lubricated.
Slide rod puller jaw assembly on to piston shaft, fit shaft nut with washer (206/
207) and tighten.

To remove hydraulic motor assembly

Remove two bolts and washer (99/98) releasing the complete hydraulic motor
assembly.

Remove three bolts and washers (96/97).


Slide adaptor housing (188) out of front housing (3).
Remove split pin (92) and castle nut (93).
Pull gear (85) off coupling shaft (90).
Remove key (86).
Remove internal circlip (95) and press out coupling shaft (90).
Remove bearings (94) and spacer (89).
thouroughly clean all parts, inspect and replace worn parts.
Reverse above order for assembly.
Turn coupling shaft by hand to ensure free rotation.

To disassemble the main drive assembly

To strip and assemble hydraulic motor adaptor housing assembly

This is done in the following order:


1st
: Intermediate gear assembly.
2nd
: Front housing, primary **gearsd quill.**
3rd
: Rear housing.
4th
: Feednut.
Note : Prior to disassembly- loosen the hand wheel nut item 40 with tube
spanner no 81830005 in conjunction with locking Tool No 31881839.
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To remove intermediate gear assembly


Unscrew cover retaining setscrews (66) and remove complete intermediate gear
assembly (use 16 dia. drift and tap out with hammer if necessary).

To strip and assemble intermediate gear assembly


Clean assembly thoroughly.
Release lock washer lock, unscrew lock nut (57) and remove lockwasher (63).
Extract intermediate gear (20) (including bearings) from shaft cover assembly
(39).
Remove bearing (47) and (68) from shaft cover assembly (39).
Clean parts, inspect and replace worn parts.
Reverse order for assembly.

To remove front housing


Unscrew bolts (64/65) and washers. Extract front housing with special puller
Tool No. 31830003 mounted on two M10 tapped holes provided in front
housing.

To remove primary gears and quill assembly


Remove circlip (76). Using puller Tool No 41881842 with shaft plug Tool No.
31830002 extract gears (17,18) and bearing (44). The quill assembly is removed in
unison with the primary gears.
Clean parts, inspect and replace if necessary. Use Drift No. 31881838 for assembly of
gears (17, 18) and bearing (44).

To strip and assemble quill assembly


Clean assembly and remove front and rear circlips (58).
Place quill in press adaptor, Tool No. 3183004 vertically front end up and using
press dolly Tool No. 31830012, remove quill gear (19), spacer (32) and front bearing
(43). Remove key (36).
Reverse quill position in press adator and remove remaining rear bearing (43).
Clean all parts, inspect and replace worn parts.
Reverse above order for assembly (use press Dolly Tool No. 31830012 in
conjunction with press adaptor Tool No.3180004).

Unscrew - LH thread.
Clean and inspect for excessive wear, replace if worn.

To remove rear housing assembly

Release lock of lock washer (41), unscrew retaining nut (40) using tube spanner
Tool No. 31830005.
Extract handwheel (6) and remove key (34).
Remove cover, bolts and washer (64/75) and extract rear cover (5).
Loosen feed selector locating screw (61) and slide feed selector assembly from
housing.
Unscrew selector retaining bolt (29), remove plunger (28) and spring (33).
Extract rear housing assembly with special puller Tool No. 31830006 mounted on
two M10 tapped holes provided in the housing.
(Spacer (30) will automatically be removed).

To strip and assemble rear housing assembly

Using press dolly Tool No. 31830008 tap bearings (42) from housing.
Clean all parts, inspect and replace worn parts.
Reverse above order for assembly using same tooling.

To remove feed screw

NB:
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Angular contact bearings (42) are to be assembled face to face.

To remove feed nut and feed selector assemblies


The feed selector/counter shaft assembly is now free and can be removed in
unison with the feed nut assembly. The feed nut (7) is easily unseated from
bearing location in main housing by tapping with rubber mallet from front end of
housing.

To strip and assemble the feed nut assembly

Clean assembly and loosen three lock screws (74). Remove seal housing (10).
Extract bearing (43) using puller (41881842) and adaptor dolly Tool No.
31830012.
Place feed nut assembly vertically on press adaptor, (31830009) rear upwards,
and press gears from feed nut using the same adaptor dolly Tool No. 31830012.
Remove key (35).
Clean parts, inspect and replace worn parts.
Reverse above order for assembly.

To strip and assemble the feed selector assembly

Clean assembly and remove rear circlip (76).


Lever bearing (44) from counter shaft.
Remove spacer (55), feed gears (14, 15, 16) and remove key (23).
Slide feed selector rack assembly from counter shaft (9).
Unlock lock washer (52) and unscrew nut (51).
Remove special washer (38) and thrust washer (54).
Slide feed selector shaft (22) from feed selector rack (27).
Remove thrust washer (54).
The Glacier bushes and vesconite thrust washers (53) and (54) must be replaced if
worn. Indentations in bushes must be filled with grease before assembly.
NB: Bush (53) - rear to be pressed in position with press Dolly No. 2 - 31881841.
Press Dolly No. 1 - 31881840 to be used for front bush.
Reverse above order for assembly.

Clean thoroughly and check bushes (21) for wear.

Reverse the disassembly order given above.

Main housing
To assemble the drill
NB:
It is important that all wearing parts such as bearings, gears, feednut and the
feed selector key (23) are properly inspected and replaced if significant wear is
evident.
All oil seals and O rings are to be renewed with every service.
The hand wheel nut (40) is to be finally tightened to 450 - 500 Nm using tube
spanner 31830005, locking tool 31881839 and torque wrench 41881843.
All sub assemblies/parts are to be properly and adequately lubricated on assem
bly with the correct lubricant (see lubrication under machine care). Check free
rotation as each part is added by hand turning.
The machine must be test run for approximately 10 minutes after service and
the correct operation of the gear lever must be checked.

Operating and Maintenance Instructions - Powerpack


I.

Description of Operation
To be read in conjunction with circuit diagrams for Meter Eater Core Drill power unit.
The hydraulic circuit is shown in HYFLO drawing number 15 5 8 for the AQ system and
1648 for the BQ system. The drawing for the manifold block as used on the BQ system
as shown on HYFLO drawing 1644. All relevant drawing are shown in part 8 of this
document.
1.1
General Overview
The hydraulic power pack is built into a skid frame that could either be pulled on the
skid or be towed on wheels. The power pack consists of two sections, the main system
feeding the operator stand and the secondary system supplying oil to a secondary
operating system. Both pumps are driven by one electric motor and controlled by an
electric panel mounted on the skid frame.
1.2
Hydraulic power unit
The main stage pump is of type variable displacement and could run up to a pressure
of 2 1 0 bar continuous. This however is not required for this power pack unit. It is
protected by a Bosch pressure relief valve situated on the side of the tank. 5 metre
hydraulic hoses connects the power pack to the operator stand and another set of 5
metre hoses connect the stand to the drill. The stand consists of two hand levers. The
one operates the hydraulic motor on the drill while the other extends or retracts the
cylinder. The motor speed can be adjusted with the speed control on the operator
stand. A leak line will transport all the leak oil from the hydraulic motor back to tank.
The BQ system has an extra function that it builds up pressure to release a brake or a
clamp before it allows flow to the cylinder or motor. This enables the operator to operate
the equipment only when the brake or clamp is released under the required conditions.
The secondary pump is a fixed displacement gear pump. It is also protected by a
Bosch pressure relief valve situated on the side of the tank. Oil will pass through a flow
regulating valve to the equipment doing the secondary function. The flow regulating
valve will act as a speed control for the secondary equipment. A ball valve could be
used to dump the oil from the gear pump back to tank when not in use. This will prevent
heat build up.
All the oil returning to tank will pass through an oil - water heat exchanger and a tank
top mounted return line filter. A hand pump will be used to fill the power pack unit,
through the tank top filter.

The specifications of the power unit are as follows:


Electric motors:
37 KW Flame proof 4 pole; 525, 380 or 440 volt; 1450 RPM if 50
Hz
Hydraulic pumps:
Eaton pressure compensated axial piston pump. 68 cc/rev.
Bosch gear pump - 16 cc/rev.
Pump controller:
Pressure and flow compensated (front pump only)
Max. Pump pressure:
21 MPA on both pumps
Max. Operating Pressure:
14 MPA - main stage
18 MPA - secondary stage
Oil reservoir:
120litre
Filtration:
Return line filter:
IO micronelement
Breather
3 micron element
Filling:
Hand pump fitted

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COMMISSIONING AND SETTING


2.

2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4

2.5
2.6

2.7

2.8
2.9

2.10
2.11

Commissioning and Setting Instructions


The following instructions should be carried out by a qualified engineer or a person who
has a thorough working knowledge of the hydraulics system. The instructions must be
followed in their entirety when major maintenance is done on the system.
The system will be thoroughly flushed prior to commissioning to ensure that the system
is completely clean.
The initial setup and commissioning of the unit was carried out by HYFLO personnel but
the following are guidelines to be followed in setting up after any type of maintenance
where settings have been adjusted.
Check that the tank level is above the halfway mark on the side glass.
Disconnect both pressure and tank lines from the main and secondary equipment.
Screw both relief valves out - anti-clock rotation - , close ball valve no 30 on the circuit
drawing and screw in the flow regulating valve - no 3 1.
Check the rotation of the electric motors, this is indicated on the unit. Rotation is given as
the direction of the pump shaft looking at the pump. The rotation of this unit is right hand or
clock wise. Do a start-stop on the system and check the rotation of the pump. Change
rotation if required.
Start the electric motor and check for obvious leaks - check the quick couplers too. Check
the pressure readings on both the gauges mounted on the frame.
Screw in the relief valve no 29 - clock wise - until a pressure of 18 Mpa is reached on the
gauge. Lock the screw in place and slowly open the ball valve. The pressure should drop
down to bellow 0.2 Mpa.
Screw in relief valve no 14, screw out the compensator on the pump. Slowly adjust the
compensator screw on the pump until pressure reaches 14 Mpa on the gauge and lock in
position. Screw the relief valve out until pressure drops to 10 Mpa. Slowly screw in the relief
valve to 14 Mpa and give it another full turn. Lock in position.
Switch off the electric motor.
Connect up the rest of the system, screw out flow regulating valve and close the ball
valve. Screw in the needle valve - no 18 - on the pedestal. Start the electric motor and
check operation. Adjust the flow regulating valve no 3 1 and the needle valve no IS to
achieve the required hydraulic motor speed.
Check for leaks and check the tank level.
Take frequent oil samples to determine if the oil is clean enough for operation. If the
cleanness level of the oil is bellow an ISO 4406 rating of 18/13, change the oil filter
element.
The system is now ready for operation.

Alarms and Trips


3.1

3.2

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Thermal overload motor protection


Thermal overload protection relay is installed for the electric motor, should the current
drain to the motors be exceeded these will trip and will have to be manually reset. (Note: If
the hydraulic system pressure is set too high then this could lead the tripping of the
thermal overload).
Level and temperature trips
The oil temperature should stay bellow 70 'C at all times. If this temperature is exceeded
then the electric motor will cut out. The cooling water might be closed and cause a tem
perature build up. A minimum water flow of 40 - 50 litres per minute at an incoming tem
perature of not more than 28'C is required for sufficient cooling. The tank level is also an
interlock for the electric motor. If a pipe burst occurs or if the tank level drops bellow 200
mm from the top of the tank then the electric motor will cut out.

4.

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MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
4.1

Introduction
This section sets out the recommended minimum requirements for the
maintenance of a modem hydraulic system.
Reference to equipment not fitted to this system should be ignored.

4.2

Maintenance Levels
The extent and depth of any maintenance operation on a hydraulic system is
usually dictated by:
* Available manpower
* Skill levels of maintenance staff
* Experience and knowledge of maintenance staff Tooling and test facilities
* Acceptable downtime on production machines
* The most economic use of manpower and materials, with minimum
disruption to production can be best achieved by adopting the three level main
tenance system.

4.3

First Level Maintenance


In order to retain maximum machine productivity, maintenance tasks at this level
should be limited to: a)
Routine inspections
b)
Fault diagnosis and rectification
c)
Replacement of defective components
d)
Re-setting and adjusting system components
e)
Replacement of damaged hoses and pipes
d)
Oil changes and system flushing
The strippin- and repair of components on the machine should not normally be
attempted at this level.

4.4

Second Level Maintenance


The extent of maintenance operations at this level will be determined by the
availability of a hydraulic "clean room", test and measuring facilities, and the
skills and experience of the maintenance staff. Maintenance at this level should
normally be limited to:
a)
Repair and minor overhaul of hydraulic components
b)
Testing of components and assemblies
c)
Minor modifications of components

4.5

Third Level Maintenance


Equipment requiring facilities beyond the capability of the user's workshop
(second level) should be returned to a major overhaul facility. The hydraulic
equipment suppliers can usually offer these facilities.
At this level, major overhaul requiring the use of special tools and test equip
ment is carried out. Overhauled components will be brought to a condition
whereby all parts are within the original manufacturer's specifications.

4.6

First Level Maintenance Tasks Routine Inspections


Daily Inspection :
(or concurrent with other scheduled maintenance)
Before start-up:
- Check reservoir fluid level and replenish if necessary with correct grade of fluid.
- Check accumulator pre-char-e pressures and recharge if necessary.
- Check for fluid leaks, loose connections and rectify where necessary.

Monthly Inspection
(or concurrent with other scheduled maintenance) - As above in DAILY inspection.
- Check all components for security of attachment and signs of leakage.
- Inspect pipework for damage and inspect pipe connections for leakage.
- Check pipework for abrasion especially where pipes run through bulkheads or
close to other equipment.
Quarterly Inspection
(or concurrent with other scheduled maintenance)
- As above in DAILY and MONTHLY inspection. - Check system thoroughly for
security of attachment of all components and for any sign of leakage. - All filter
elements to be removed and cleaned or new elements fitted.
- Fluid sample to be drawn and sent for analysis.
4.7

Fault Diagnosis and Rectification


Carried out as and when necessary to trace faulty components that cause system
malfunctions. Faulty or suspected components should be removed and replaced
with known serviceable components.

4.8

Replacement of Defective Components


Components which are damaged or which are causing a system malfunction
(suspected or real) should be removed and replaced with a known serviceable
component of the same type. Components removed from the system should be
clearly labelled as faulty, and returned to a properly equipped hydraulic repair
facility for investigation and repair. The repair of hydraulic components should not
be attempted on-site unless in an emergency.

4.9

Re-setting and Adjusting System Components


When control valves or components are replaced or when system malfunctions
indicate that the settings or adjustments of a control valve or components are
incorrect, the setting or adjustment should be carried out strictly in accordance with
the laid down procedures and under the supervision of a suitably qualified person.
(Refer Section 2).

4.10

Replacement of Damaged Hoses and Pipes


Damaged hoses should be replaced with new hoses of the same type and specifi
cation. Tube assemblies that are damaged should be replaced with a new
assembly of the same type and specification. In emergency damage to
sections can be cut out and repaired by insertion of a new section of tube of the
same type and specification and connections can be made with the cutting ring
type of connector.

4.11

Fluid Changes and System Flushing


Fluid changes should be carried out on the recommendation of the oil supplier.
Samples should be drawn from the reservoir at quarterly intervals and sent to the
oil supplier for analysis.
Complete or part system flushing should be carried out when contaminants have
entered the system, and are unlikely to be removed by filters before damage has
been caused.

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4.12

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14

Safety Precautions
Ensure that all hydraulic pressure is dissipated before commencing any maintenance
operations. (Discharge accumulators).
Know and thoroughly understand the operation and function of the machine and
hydraulic system before operating any control.
Always apply barrier cream to exposed skin before working with hydraulic fluids.
Allow system to cool before dismantling any part of the system. Systems operating
at normal temperatures can scald.
Ensure that fire extinguishers of the correct type (foam or powder) are near at hand.

Do not dismantle any part of the hydraulic system near naked flame.
Do not allow naked flame near a dismantled system. Put up Warning signs.
Alert fire brigade if you consider that any possibility of fire may exist.
Mop up spilt fluid immediately. (Fire and personnel hazard). Dispose of oil
soaked rags in the laid down manner.
Switch off electric power and attach warning signs to power switch before disman
tling any part of the hydraulic system.
Should electric power be required whilst a part of the system is isolated, ensure
that all bare wires are correctly insulated.

General Assembly

15

MetreEater Diamond Drill


ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49

16

PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

31800010
31801005
31801010
31081015
47016412
31801020
31801025
31801030
31801035
31801041
31801045
31801050
31801055
31801060
31801065
31801070
31801075
31801080
31801086
31801090
31897737
31801100
31801105
31801110
31801115
31801120
31801125
31801130
31801135
31801140
31801145
31801150
31801155
41801160
31801165
31801170
31801175
31801181
31801185
31801189
31801195
47050031
46107215
46106216
46106208
47014351
47014352
46106206
47016409
47016410

Main Drive Housing Assembly


Main Housing
Rear Housing
Front Housing
Oil Seal
Cover Rear Housing
Hand Wheel
Feed Nut
Quill
Countershaft
Seal Holder
Gear Feed Nut (Fine = 200RPC)
Gear Feed Nut (Med = 125RPC)
Gear Feed Nut (Coarse = 100RPC)
Gear Countershaft (Fine = 200RPC)
Gear Countershaft (Med = 125RPC)
Gear Countershaft (Coarse = 100RPC)
Gear Primary Countershaft
Gear Countershaft Intermediate
Gear Quill
Gear Intermediate
Bush
Shaft Feed Selector
Key Feed Selector
Bush Feed Selector Pinion
Pinion Feed Selector
Handle Feed Selector
Rack Feed Selector
Plunger Feed Selector
Screw Feed Selector Plunger
Spacer Feed Nut Hand Wheel
Spacer Feed Nut Gear
Spacer Quill Gear
Spring Plunger
Key Handwheel
Key Feed Nut Gear
Key Quill Gear
Key Intermediate Gear
Washer Special
Cover Intermediate Shaft Assembly
Shaft Nut - Hand Wheel
Locking Washer
Bearing
Bearing
Bearing
"O" Ring
"O" Ring
Bearing
Oil Seal
Oil Seal

QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
3
2
1
1
1
1
1

ITEM
51
52
53
54
55
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
71
72
73
74
75
76

PART NO.
47050025
47050026
47050027
31881617
31801205
47050029
47000075
47000130
47006620
31881124
47006420
47050030
47021040
47021042
47021070
31801220
46105206
47006598
46726544
41897435
47021060
47006488
47000040

DESCRIPTION
Lock Nut
Locking Washer
Bush "Glacier"
Thrust Washer
Spacer - Counter Shaft
Locknut
Circlip External
Circlip Internal
Key "Woodruff"
Scew Locking
Nut Hex Gr 8.8
Lock Washer
Bolt Hex Gr 8.8
Bolt Hex Gr 8.8
Screw Hex Set Gr 8.8
Feed Screw
Bearing
Grease Nipple M10x1
Plug - Welsh Cup Type
Screw Special
Screw Socket Set Gr 8.8
Washer Spring
Circlip External

QTY
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
25
1
6
1
1
9
1
1
3
25
2

NB: Limited optional feed gears available on request

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Drawing Of Hydraulic Motor Adaptor Housing Assembly And Parts List

Item Part No.


85 31897736
86 31801240
87 41898452
88 31881985
89 31897791
90 31881987
91 31801290
92 47006065
93 47006435
94 46106209
95 47000085
96 47006152
97 47021004
98 47021043
99 47021005

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Description
Qty
Gear Motor
1
Key Motor 8x7x43
1
Hydraulic Motor - Eaton
1
Hyd Eaton Motor Adaptor Hsg
1
Spacer
1
Coupling Shaft - Eaton 74315 Motor
1
Washer Flat
1
Split Pin
1
Castle Nut M24
1
Brg. D.G Ball
2
Circlip Internal
1
Bolt Hex M12x35 GR 8.8
3
Wsh Spr. FL. MD
3
Bolt Hex Gr 8.8
4
Wsh. FL. MD.
4

117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130

32057100
32040080
32090020
32090010
42040180
42040160
32090030
47021050
47006414
42040040
47006489
47019003
42090300
31899434
46741000

3 Jaw Chuck Assembly


Back Plate Chuck
Chuck Body
Front Plate Chuck
Sleeve
Dog Screw
Front Washer
Bolt Hex Gr 8.8
Nut Hex Gr 8.8
Rubber Buffer
Washer Spring
Chuck Return Spring
Chuck Jaws "AQ"
Feed Screw bushing "AQ"
Wrench Hexagon 19 A/F

1
1
1
3
3
1
6
6
1
6
2
1 set
1
1

3 Jaw Chuck Assembly

Options Chuck
42040460
41801270
41801291
42041500
41801290
41899431
41881342
31881343

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Chuck Jaws "EQ"


Feed Screw Bushing
Chuck Jaws "A"
Feed Screw Bushing
Chuck Jaws "E"
Feed Screw Bushing
Chuck Jaws "LTK46"
Feed Screw Bushing

"EQ"
"A"
"E"
"LTK46"

1 set
1
1 set
1
1 set
1
1 set
1

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Hydraulic Rod Puller Jaw Options

Qty

42045080
41801280
42045020
41880428
42045060
41880430
41881345
41881344
42045040
41801282

1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1

Rod Puller Jaw Top "EQ"


Rod Puller Jaw Bottom "EQ"
Rod Puller Jaw Top "A"
Rod Puller Jaw Bottom "A"
Rod Puller Jaw Top "E"
Rod Puller Jaw Bottom "E"
Rod Puller Jaw Top "LTK46"
Rod Puller Jaw Bottom "LTK46"
Rod Puller Jaw AQ
Rod Puller Jaw Bottom AQ

Rod Puller Assembly

Hydraulic Rod Puller Cylinder Assembly 41840004


183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208

41840032
41840030
41840028
47006359
41840006
41840026
41801282
31898370
41898371
31898375
31898376
41840008
41840010
41840012
41840014
31897799
42045040
41840024
41840022
41840020
41840018
47006407
47021075
47006446
47006575
32045420

Rod Seal
Piston Seal
Wear Strip
Capscrew
Gland
Gland O-ring C/W backup
Jaw Body
Clevis
Spacer
Cam
Latch Pin
Piston Rod
Barrel Assembly
Cushion Piston
Spacer
Jaw Bottom BQ
Clamp Jaw BQ
Piston
Piston O-Ring C/W 2 backups
Rod Wiper
Nut
Nut Hex. Nylock M8
SCR. CSK. Slotted
Lock Nut M38
Spring Disc Washer
Pin

1
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1 Set
1
1
1
1
2
1
1

ITEM

PART NO.

167
168
169
170
171
172

31881983
47006420
47021002
47006205
47006420
47021002
47006196

DESCRIPTION

QTY

Rod Puller Clamp Assembly


Nut Hex M16
Washer Flat
Hex Set Screw
Nut Hex M16
Flat Washer
Screw Hex

2
2
2
2
4
2

Hydraulic Rod Puller Clamp Assembly

MetreEater Maintenance Tool Kit


(3188 1395)

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DESCRIPTION

TOOL NO.

Press adaptor plate


Adaptor
Puller
Puller Plug
Press Adaptor
Press Dolly
Tube spanner
Special puller
Dolly
Drift
Drift (C/Shaft)
Locking Tool
Press Dolly No. 1
Press Dolly No. 2
Puller 08-432
Torque wrench

32099810
31830009
31830003
31830002
31830004
31830012
31830005
31830006
31830008
32099878
31881838
31881839
31881840
31881841
41881845
41881843

140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
149
150
151
152
153
154
156
157

31800020
31801300
31801305
31899079
31801310
32025440
47006057
31801315
31899086
31899087
31899088
42025450
31899082
31899080
31899089
47006598
47006130

Bar Clamp Assembly


Swivel Plate
Clamp Swivel Plate
Eye Bolt
Hinge Pin
Bar Clamp Cap 114mm
Split Pin
Bar Clamp 114mm
Bolt Square Head
Bolt
Long Nut
Washer
Long Nut
Eye Bolt Pin
Nut
Grease Nipple M10 x 1
Set Screw Gr 8.8

1
2
1
1
2
2
1
4
2
2
1
1
1
4
2
2

Bar Clamp Assembly

Hydraulic MetreEater Accessory Equipment


Rod Holder Assembly
Rod Holder Clamp
Support Frame Assembly
Bar Clamp Assembly
A413 FMC Duplex pump (R10)
114mm Telescopic Bar complete with
safety clamp and double jack base
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12358235
12358234
31882007
31882008
43381984
41800000

Related Drilling Equipment for use with the


MetreEater Drill
DESCRIPTION

PART NO.

AQ Drill Rod 3,0m


AQ Drill Rod 1,5m
EQ Drill Rod 1,5m
AQ Rod Wrench
AQ Waterswivel (High Speed)
AQ Waterswivel (AQ Box)
AQ/EQ Mechanical Face Clamp
AQ Corebarrel Assembly 1,5m
AQ Corebarrel Assembly 3,0m
AQ Overshot Assembly
AQ Outer tube Wrench
AQ Inner tube Wrench
114mm Telescopic mounting bar (2,3 -3,5m)
with double jack base and safety clamp

34550030
34550020
34550010
16745789
33900300
33981594
33535040
15643173
15643172
15644426
16728247
16725317
41800000

DIAMOND TOOLS
A full range of diamond drill bits and reaming shells is available to suit all rock types.

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