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WARNING
IGNORING INSTRUCTIONS HAZARD!
To avoid death or injury you MUST read, understand and follow
operator's and maintenance manuals before installing, inspecting,
operating, servicing, testing, cleaning, transporting, storing,
dismantling or disposing of the product or a part or accessory of the
product. Keep this publication for future reference.

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Table of Contents

1 Introduction ................................................................... 7
1.1 The Purpose of these instructions ......................................................7
1.1.1 Validity of the manuals ................................................................ 7
1.2 General .................................................................................................. 7

2 Safety and environmental instructions .......................9


2.1 Safety ..................................................................................................... 9

3 Main components ..........................................................11


3.1 Control panel components .................................................................. 11
3.1.1 Boom functions ............................................................................14
3.1.2 Tube handling functions .............................................................. 15
3.1.3 Drilling functions .......................................................................... 16
3.2 Valve blocks .......................................................................................... 18
3.2.1 Components of percussion and feed block 1 .............................. 20
3.2.2 Components of rotation block 2 ...................................................22
3.2.3 Components of boom block 3 ......................................................23
3.2.4 Components of stabilizer block (optional) ................................... 24
3.2.5 Components of power extractor valve (optional) .........................25
3.3 Components in flowcharts ...................................................................26

4 Hydraulic system operation ......................................... 31


4.1 Reading diagrams .................................................................................31
4.1.1 Valves ..........................................................................................31
4.2 Standby ..................................................................................................32
4.3 Drilling ................................................................................................... 34
4.3.1 Percussion ...................................................................................35
4.3.2 Rock drill stabilizer (optional) ...................................................... 36
4.3.3 Power extractor (optional) ........................................................... 38
4.3.4 Feed ............................................................................................ 40
4.3.5 Rotation ....................................................................................... 44
4.4 Anti-jamming automatics .....................................................................46
4.5 Flushing flow disturbances ................................................................. 48
4.6 Threading (opening / closing) ............................................................. 50
4.7 Fast feed ................................................................................................ 54
4.8 Drilling value tables ..............................................................................55

5 Hydraulic system maintenance and repair ................. 57


5.1 Adjusting hydraulic components ........................................................57
5.1.1 Tightening percussion main valve (3) spring ............................... 57

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5.1.2 Pressure settings of variable displacement pumps ..................... 57


5.1.3 Adjusting pressure regulator (45) for feed pilot control pressure 59
5.1.4 Bleeding percussion and feed pressure regulating valves (7, 20)
.................................................................................................... 60
5.1.5 Bleeding percussion, feed, rotation and stabilizer (optional)
pressure transducers ...................................................................60
5.1.6 Adjusting feed circuit load control manifold ................................. 61
5.1.7 Bleeding the pilot line of feed circuit load control valve ...............61

6 Troubleshooting ............................................................ 63
6.1 General .................................................................................................. 63
6.2 Pump (1, 50) not working with desired settings, or not working at
all ............................................................................................................63
6.3 Percussion not working, or percussion pressure too low ............... 65
6.4 Feed not working .................................................................................. 67
6.5 Rotation not working ............................................................................68
6.6 Boom control not working ................................................................... 69

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1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 The Purpose of these instructions
This manual contains supplementary information for operation,
maintenance and repair of a component.
Before operating, or performing maintenance or repair procedures for the
component or system described in this manual, read and understand the
information in operators and maintenance manuals supplied with the
machine. Pay special attention to the safety information in chapter "2 Safety
and environmental instructions" of those manuals.
1.1.1 Validity of the manuals
This manual, and especially the safety information, is valid only if no
unauthorized changes to the product are made.
Continuing improvement and advancement of product design might have
caused changes to your product which are not included in this publication.
Note also that if a third party has made changes to the product after
delivery from the manufacturer, this publication does not include information
on these changes or their influences on the product.
Whenever a question arises regarding your product, or this manual, please
consult your local Sandvik representative for the latest available
information.

1.2 General
These instructions describe the testing and adjusting procedures of the
TPC LH hydraulic system, and the operating principle of the system.
Colours are used in the diagrams for clarifying the different operating
situations.
Sandvik Service is always willing to give advice and help in all service
problems. The trained service personnel of your Sandvik dealer uses
proper and modern tools and instruments, and they have the necessary
Sandvik spare parts.

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2 SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL INSTRUCTIONS


2.1 Safety
Maintenance and adjustment work on the hydraulics and installation
of components may only be carried out by persons who have
received the training required for the work. Do not start work that is
not fully familiar to you.
Read the adjusting instructions for the control panel before making
any adjustments.

WARNING
HYDRAULIC FLUID INJECTION HAZARD!
High-pressure hydraulic fluid spray could penetrate under the skin,
causing serious injury.
Do not touch pressurized hydraulic hoses.
Search for leaks with a piece of cardboard or wood. Never try to
locate a leak by feeling with your hand. Immediate medical attention
is required after injection.

WARNING
BURN HAZARD!
The oil circulating in the hydraulic systems is hot. It could cause
severe burns to the skin.
Let the oil cool down before starting any maintenance work.

Protect your eyes by wearing goggles.

PROPERTY DAMAGE RISK!


Absolute cleanness must be observed when hydraulic devices are
NOTICE dismantled and assembled. Use pressurized air to blow the parts
clean, and wipe them with a clean, non-fluffy cloth before
reassemble.

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3 MAIN COMPONENTS
3.1 Control panel components
The control panel has all the necessary control and display devices for the
controlling the boom, the long-hole unit, and the drilling functions. The
panel is connected to the drill rig via a disconnectable cable.

Symbol Components Function


R70 Adjustment knob Feed force controller
S70 Push button Emergency stop
SH71 Push button Powerpack stop
SH72 Push button Powerpack start
Feed / rotation / threading / fast feed / power extractor
S73 Control lever
(optional)
S74 Control lever Flushing
S75 Control lever Percussion
S76 Control lever Rod retainer open / close
S77 Control lever Boom / tube changer
Selections:
S78 Selector switch 1. Boom
2. Tube changer
S79 Selector switch Anti-jamming automatics on/off
H80 Indicator light Panel active
SH80 Push button/indicator light Special functions
S81 Push button Horn

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Symbol Components Function


S82 Push button Extinguishing system triggering
S83 Selector switch Air blower ON/OFF
R83 Adjustment knob Water amount regulation
S86 Key switch Panel activating

Symbol Component Function

H80-Indicator light Panel active indicator light

SH80-Push button Special functions

S70-Push button Emergency stop

SH71-Push button Powerpack stop light

SH72-Push button Powerpack start / running indicator light

S81-Push button Horn

S82-Push button Extinguishing system triggering

R83-adjustment knob Water amount regulation

1
1. Water flushing
S74-Control lever
2. Air flushing or water binding flushing
2

1
1. Full power percussion
S75-Control lever
2 2. Half power percussion

1
1. Rod retainer close
S76-Control lever
2. Rod retainer open
2

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Symbol Component Function

Boom

S78-Selector switch

Tube changer

Anti-jamming automatics off


S79-Selector switch
Anti-jamming automatics on

Air flushing OFF (S74 on)


S83-Selector switch
Air flushing ON (S74 by pass) The air flushing is
used to clean the hole.
Panel non-active - when the key switch is in posi-
tion 0, the panel is not active. The emergency
0
1

stop (S70), the power pack stop (SH71) and the


horn (S81) are operational.
S86-Key switch
Panel active - when the key switch is turned to
0
1
position 1, the panel activates and the indicator
light H80 lights up. All the functions are operation-
al.

R70-Potentiometer Feed force regulation

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3.1.1 Boom functions

S78 selector switch position 1 = Boom functions

Joystick S77 movement


Joystick S77 movement + push button depressed

A
1

5 13
6 14

18

9 11

10 12

15 7

16 8

17 3

Joystick S77
1 Boom tilt backwards 2 Boom zoom up
3 Boom tilt forwards 4 Boom zoom down
5 Front support out 6 Feed unit axial rotation
clockwise (optional)
7 Front support in 8 Feed unit axial rotation
counter-clockwise (optional)
9 Drilling unit rotation 10 Boom swing to the left
counterclockwise
11 Drilling unit rotation clockwise 12 Boom swing to the right
13 Drilling unit transfer forwards 14 Rear support out
15 Drilling unit transfer 16 Rear support in
backwards
A Active area is marked with
grey color

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The symbols disc shows the functions that are possible in each position of
the joystick S77. The position of the push button at the top of the joystick is
marked with orange color, so that the orange color shows the function with
the push button depressed.
3.1.2 Tube handling functions
The control panel has all the necessary control and display devices for the
controlling the boom, the long-hole unit, and the drilling functions. The
panel is connected to the drill rig via a disconnectable cable.

S78 selector switch position 2 = Tube handling

Joystick S77 movement

1 2
A

5 7

6 8

3 4

Joystick S77
1 Tube from the cassette 2 Tube into the drilling center
3 Tube from the drilling center 4 Tube into the cassette
5 Closing the jaws 6 Cassette rotation to outwards
7 Opening the jaws 8 Cassette rotation to inwards
A Active area is marked with
grey color

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3.1.3 Drilling functions

Joystick S73 movement


Joystick S73 movement + push button depressed

1 2

10

6
5

11
7
12
8
3 4

Joystick S73
1 Feed forwards 2 Fast feed forwards
3 Feed backwards 4 Fast feed backwards
5 Clockwise rotation 6 Counterclockwise rotation
7 Feed backwards + clockwise 8 Fast feed backwards +
rotation / Thread opening clockwise rotation
9 Feed forward + 10 Fast feed forward +
counterclockwise rotation / counterclockwise rotation
Thread closing
11 Feed backwards + 12 Fast feed backwards +
counterclockwise rotation counterclockwise rotation

Joystick remains in counterclockwise rotation (6) and feed forward (9)


positions.
Power extractor (optional) is switched on by pushing the push-button of
control lever S73.

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3.2 Valve blocks

51

21 11

133

115 121 47 68 44 D

146 A

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A Percussion / Feed block 1 B Rotation block 2


C Boom block 3 D Stabilizer block (optional)
11 Percussion pressure 21 Feed pressure
44 Pressure transmitter, 47 Pressure transmitter, feed
percussion
51 Rotation pressure 68 Pressure transmitter, rotation
115 Collecting piece 121 Thermostat valve
133 Power extractor valve 146 Drilling stabilizer pressure
(optional) transducer (optional)

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3.2.1 Components of percussion and feed block 1

25

45
9 10

23
2 4

46

24

12 7 20

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Tightening torque
No Component
[Nm] (for the cap)
2 Percussion line pressure compensator 260
3 Percussion main valve 50
4 Percussion selector valve (Y1) 50
7 Percussion pressure regulating valve (Y121)
9 Flow restrictor
10 Shuttle valve 34
12 Flow restrictor
20 Feed pressure regulating valve (Y11)
23 Proportional direction valve for feed (Y3/Y4)
24 Pressure relief valve of feed line B3, with suction operation
25 Pressure relief valve of feed line A3, with suction operation
45 Pressure regulator for pilot pressure of valve 23 34
46 Filter

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3.2.2 Components of rotation block 2

53

67 55

65

64

52

Tightening torque
No Component
[Nm] (for the cap)
52 Pressure relief valve
53 Proportional directional valve of rotation (Y5/Y6)
55 Rotation line pressure relief valve
64 Pressure regulator for pilot control pressure of valve 53
65 Maximum pressure relief valve for pilot control pressure of valve 53 25
67 Filter

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3.2.3 Components of boom block 3

71

72 75

74 73

Tightening torque
No Component
[Nm] (for the cap)
71 Proportional valve for cassette and boom hydraulics (Y139)
72 Pressure reducing valve
73 Non-return valve 80
74 Non-return valve 80
75 Shuttle valve

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3.2.4 Components of stabilizer block (optional)

145 141

140

No Component
140 4/2-directional control valve (Y126)
141 Pressure reducing/relieving valve
145 Proportional pressure relief valve (Y125)

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3.2.5 Components of power extractor valve (optional)

133

No Component
133 Power extractor valve (Y128)

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3.3 Components in flowcharts

13 54
DR FEED
28
P ST A B

C1 C2
X3 33 35

M1 34 3
M2
DRILLING B125P
1 2

STABILIZER 30
P1 M2
36 4
1 31
M1
32 1
146 3 80
2 BAR
Y126 A B

140 3 37
2
P T 140 BAR

143 V1 V2
141
Y125

145
P T

X3 M30 LS T3 A3 B3
M31
M11
A1
M1

M3

24

25
10 Y3 / Y4 65
Y11
20
46 53 T5 A5

A6

23
M6

TO CARRIER
9 12 7 64 71
Y139

2 Y121 72
52 73
PE

74
M5

22 63
55
P5 P6 T6 LS3

67
3 26 75
4
DS3

Y1 45

M10 P1 PRESSURE
TO SLU

OPTION: POWER
EXTRACTOR 112
B A Y128

T P
133

1 50

90
115

121

11 21
R2
51
110 68
44 47

Output to percussion and feed + cassette and


1 Variable displacement pump
boom hydraulics
Maintains constant percussion pressure regard-
2 Percussion line pressure compensator
less of variations of other pressures in the line

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Controls oil flow to rock drill controlled by per-


3 Percussion main valve
cussion selector valve (4)
4 Percussion selector valve (Y1) Sets percussion main valve (3) open/closed
Percussion pressure regulating valve
7 Determines pressure of percussion line
(Y121)
9 Flow restrictor
10 Shuttle valve Controls flow in load-sensing line (LS1)
11 Pressure gauge (percussion)
12 Flow restrictor
13 Rock drill percussion mechanism
Regulates feed line pressure to meet current
20 Feed pressure regulating valve (Y11)
drilling circumstances
21 Pressure gauge (feed)
Maintains constant flow in feed line irrespective
22 Feed line pressure compensator
of changes in load
Proportional direction valve for feed
23 Controls and regulates oil flow to feed
(Y3/Y4)
Pressure relief valve of feed line B3,
24
with suction operation
Pressure relief valve of feed line A3,
25
with suction operation
26 Shuttle valve Controls flow in load- sensing line (LS1)
28 Feed device feed cylinder
SECTIONS 30- 32 refer to feed device
Controls the feed oil flow in the direction of drill-
30 Load control valve
ing
31 Sequence valve Protects the feed cylinder against overload
32 Load control valve Controls the feed oil flow in the return direction
33 Filter
34 Check valve
35 Orifice
36 Plug
37 Plug
44 Pressure transducer (percussion) (B1)
Pressure regulator for pilot pressure of Ensures that pilot pressure to valve spool is not
45
valve 23 too high
46 Filter

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47 Pressure transducer (feed) (B3)


50 Variable displacement pump Output for rotation
51 Pressure gauge (rotation)
Controlled by valve (55), opens and lets main
52 Pressure relief valve
flow from pump to tank
Proportional directional valve of rota-
53 Controls and regulates oil flow to rotation
tion (Y5/Y6)
54 Rock drill rotation motor
Operates as a chock valve by giving pilot con-
55 Rotation line pressure relief valve
trol to pressure relief valve 52
63 Shuttle valve Controls flow in load sensing line LS2
Pressure regulator for pilot control Ensures that pilot control pressure to valve
64
pressure of valve 53 spool is not too high
Maximum pressure relief valve for pilot Ensures that allowed maximum pressure is not
65
control pressure of valve 53 exceeded
67 Filter Prevents blocking of press. relief valve 55
68 Pressure transducer (rotation) (B2)
Proportional valve for cassette and Regulates speed of cassette and boom move-
71
boom hydraulics (Y139) ments
72 Pressure reducing valve Controls pressure in cassette and boom circuits
Prevents oil from flowing into the boom pump
73 Non-return valve
(70)
74 Non-return valve Prevents oil from flowing into carrier pump
75 Shuttle valve
90 Hydraulic gear pump Output for air condition device (optional)
110 Hydraulic oil tank
Filters output oil from variable displacement
112 Pressure filter
pump (1)
Collects return oil from drilling and carrier con-
115 Collecting tube
trol hydraulics
Depending on oil temperature, directs return oil
121 Thermostatic valve
to cooler or directly into tank
Increases oil pressure in rock drill percussion
133 Power extractor valve (optional) (Y128)
mechanism
Closes stabilizer pressure line and releases sta-
140 4/2-Directional control valve (Y126) bilizer pressure to tank when threading or rat-
tling is on
Controls stabilizer pressure and determines
141 Pressure reducing / relieving valve
maximum pressure level for stabilizer

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Supplies oil flow to the pilot control circuit of


143 Orifice
valve (141)
Proportional pressure relief valve
145 Pilot valve for the valve (141)
(Y125)
Drilling stabilizer pressure transducer
146
(B125P)

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4 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OPERATION


4.1 Reading diagrams
The following colors has been used in hydraulic diagrams for explaining
different drilling operations.

Blue percussion Dash blue percussion return line

Short dash blue percussion LS-line

Red feed Dash red feed return line

Short dash red feed LS-line

Short dash pink feed deviation LS-line

Green rotation Dash green rotation return line

Short dash green rotation LS-line

Yellow pilot control Dash yellow pilot return line

Short dash yellow pilot line

Violet stabilizer Dash violet stabilizer return line

Brown return automatics Dash brown return automatics return line

4.1.1 Valves

The number of the coil is colored red when the coil is activated.

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4.2 Standby

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DR FEED
28
P ST A B

C1 C2
X3 33 35

M1 34 3
M2
DRILLING B125P
30
1 2

STABILIZER
P1 M2 36 4
1 31
M1
32 1 3 80
Y126 A B 146 2 BAR

140 3 37
2
P T 140 BAR

143 V1 V2
141
Y125

145
P T

X3 M30 LS T3 A3 B3
M31
M11
A1
M1

M3

24

25
10 Y4 65
Y11
20
46 53 T5 A5

A6

23
M6

TO CARRIER
9 12 7 64 71
Y139

Y3
2 Y121 72
52 73
PE

74
M5

22 63
55
P5 P6 T6 LS3

67
3 26 75
4
DS3

Y1
45

M10 P1 PRESSURE
TO SLU

OPTION: POWER
EXTRACTOR 112
B A Y128

T P
133

1 50

90
115

121

11 21
R2
51
110 68
44 47

Standby

In standby, no devices are in operation but the powerpack is running. The


percussion selector valve (4) is in position 2, and the proportional
directional valves (23, 53) for feed and rotation are in the middle position. In

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this situation, the load sensing lines (LS1, LS2) of the pumps (1, 50) are
pressureless. The pumps (1, 50) adjust themselves to zero output and
standby pressure (30 bar).

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4.3 Drilling

13 54
DR FEED
28
P ST A B

C1 C2
X3 33 35

M1 34 3
M2
DRILLING 1 2

STABILIZER
B125P
30
P1 M2 36 4
1 31
M1
32 1 3 80
Y126 A B 146 2 BAR

140 3 37
2
P T 140 BAR

143 V1 V2
141
Y125

145
P T

X3 M30 LS T3 A3 B3
M31
M11
A1
M1

M3

24

25
10 Y4
65 Y5
Y11
20
46 53 T5 A5

A6
M6

TO CARRIER
23 71
9 12 7 Y3 64 Y139

Y6
2 72
Y121 73
PE

52 M5

74
22 63 P5 P6 T6 LS3

55
67
26 75
3 4 Y1
DS3

45

M10 P1 PRESSURE
TO SLU

OPTION: POWER
EXTRACTOR 112
B A Y128

T P
133

1 50
90
115

121

11 21
R2
51
110 68
44 47

Drilling

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Drilling is started by turning flushing on with the control lever S74. Rock drill
rotation and feed are turned on by pushing the control lever S73 forwards
to the right. The control lever S75 is used for selecting between half and full
power percussion. Suitable feed force is adjusted with the potentiometer
R70.
4.3.1 Percussion
When percussion is started, the spool Y1 of the percussion selector valve
(4) receives control voltage and moves the valve spool into position 1. The
pilot control pressure of the percussion main valve (3) is now released into
tank, and the valve opens. From the percussion pump (1) oil flows through
the pressure filter (112) to the main valve (3) and then via percussion
pressure compensator (2) to the rock drill percussion mechanism (13).
From the percussion mechanism oil flows along the return line into the tank.
At the same time, the pumps (1) load-sensing line opens. Oil flows through
the flow restrictor (9) and (12) to the percussion pressure regulating valve
(7) that is used for setting the percussion line pressure. If percussion half
power has been selected, the percussion pressure regulating valve (7) sets
the pressure in the percussion circuit to the preset half-power value (value
can be adjusted from the control panel). The flow restrictors (9) and shuttle
valve (10) are used for directing oil along the load-sensing line (LS1) to the
pumps (1) flow restrictor, whereby the pump (1) receives the required
control pressure. Percussion pressure adjusting from control panel. (Refer
to the control panel instruction.)

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4.3.2 Rock drill stabilizer (optional)


Stabilizer control block function is to adjust the stabilizer pressure as a
function of feed pressure during drilling.

Controlling the stabilizer


Directional control valve (140) and proportional pressure relief valve (145)
are controlled by software. Proportional pressure relief valve (145) is
activated during following functions: fast feed, drilling and jammed rod
situation in full power. Directional control valve (140) is activated, there are
no pressure in the stabilizer and stabilizer line has been connected to the
tank during following functions: standby, threading and rattling. Directional
control valve (140) is deactivated and pressure reducing/relieving valve
(141) is controlled to the minimum pressure by the proportional pressure
relief valve (145) during half power drilling, collaring and after anti-jamming
function. Stabilizer is controlled by the same way during coupling and
uncoupling.

Operation during full-power drilling


When drilling is started oil flows from the variable displacement pump (1)
through the pressure filter (112) to the port P1 of the percussion and feed
control block. From here the oil continues to flow to the connection P of the
stabilizer control block via the port DS3 of the percussion and feed control
block. From there oil flows to the pressure reducing/relieving valve (141)
and to the proportional pressure relief valve (145). Pressure reducing/
relieving valve (141) adjusts the stabilizer pressure and also limits
maximum stabilizer pressure. Proportional pressure relief valve (145) is a
pilot valve for the pressure reducing/relieving valve (141). From here the oil
continues to flow to the directional control valve (140) and the stabilizer of
the rock drill. Oil flows also to orifice (143) which supplies oil to pilot circuit.
Feed pressure affects to the pressure reducing and relieving valve (141).
The proportional pressure relief valve (145) adjusts pilot pressure and
according to that, pressure reducing/relieving valve (141) adjusts stabilizer
pressure.
When the feed pressure is lower than adjustment of pressure reducing/
relieving valve (141) (e.g. 50 bar), the pressure reducing/relieving valve
(141) and stabilizer pressure stays at minimum level. This feature can be
used for example to compensate the mass of the drilling equipment and the
frictions of the feed beam.
Note! Percussion pressure must always be at least 15-20 bar higher than
stabilizer pressure!

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4.3.3 Power extractor (optional)

13 54
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28
P ST A B

C1 C2
X3 33 35

M1 34 3
M2
DRILLING 1 2

STABILIZER
B125P
30
P1 M2
36 4
1 31
M1
32 1 3 80
Y126 A B 146 2 BAR

140 3 37
2
P T 140 BAR

143 V1 V2
141
Y125

145
P T

X3 M30 LS T3 A3 B3
M31
M11
A1
M1

M3

24

25
10 Y4 65 Y5
Y11
20
46 53 T5 A5

A6

23
M6

TO CARRIER
9 12 7 Y3 64 71
Y139

Y6
2 Y121 72
52 73
PE

74
M5

22 63
55
P5 P6 T6 LS3

67
3 26 75
4
DS3

Y1
45

M10 P1 PRESSURE
TO SLU

OPTION: POWER
EXTRACTOR 112
A
B Y128

T P
133

1 50

90
115

121

11 21
R2
51
110 68
44 47

Power extractor

With the power extractor (133) it is possible to efficiently extract rod drills
which are stuck in a drill hole.

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Power extractor activation:


The power extractor can be activated if
half power percussion has been selected
full power percussion has been selected
In other words, the pressure of the power extractor = the pressure of the
percussion.
When the power extractor is activated with the push button of the feed/
rotation joystick, the Y128 coil of the valve receives a control signal and
changes the valve to free circulation. Oil will now flow from the valve to the
percussion mechanism of the drill.
The power extractor cannot be activated if
feed forward has been selected
fast feed forward has been selected
The activation times of the power extractor can be configured by software.
For more detailed information, see GUI-1 Control panel instruction.

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4.3.4 Feed
Feed also gets its oil pressure from variable displacement pump (1). A part
of the pumps output goes through the feed pressure compensator (22) to
the proportional directional valve of feed (23). The coil Y3 of the
proportional directional valve (23) receives control voltage and moves the
valve spool into position 1. The position of the spool as well as the amount
of oil flowing to feed is proportional to the control voltage value. The
pressure relief valves (24 and 25) of the feed circuit protect it against
possible pressure surges. The proportional directional valve (23) of feed
receives the required pilot control pressure through the pressure regulator
(45) and the filter (46).
The proportional directional valve (23) of feed is also connected to the
regulator of variable displacement pump (1). Oil flows via the shuttle valve
(26) to the shuttle valve (10). Feed pressure is adjusted with the pressure
regulating valve (20). When half power percussion has been selected, the
feed pressure regulating valve (20) adjusts to half power feed pressure and
feed speed.
Feed pressure adjusting by potentiometer (R70) on the control panel.
Maximum feed pressure is adjusted according to table 1.

The function of load control manifold


Forward:
When there is 8-10 bar pressure in port X3 the load control valve (30) starts
to open, between 8 to 30 bar valve opens smoothly. Valve is fully open
when there is 75-100 bar pilot pressure, then there is equal pressure on
both sides of the feed cylinder piston. When the pressure rises so high that
the valve starts to open, it pushes the piston forward and the oil from the
piston rod side simultaneously goes to the pistons side. The pressure in
the pilot channel keeps the sequence valve (31) closed.
Outside load:
The load control valve (32) in channel 1 protects the cylinder from being
overloaded. The sequence valve (31) in channel 2 also protects the
cylinder from being overload. The pressure of the sequence valve (31) is
adjusted to 80 bar to hold the outside load caused by the weight of the
drilling tools when drilling downwards.

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C1 C2
X3 33 35

M1 34 3
M2
1 2

30
36
4 1

32 1 3 80
2 BAR
37 31
3
2
140 BAR

V1 V2
Forward

Designation item 30 item 31 item 32


Torques 60-65 Nm 60-65 Nm 100 Nm
Preadjustment pressures 10 bar 80 bar 140 bar

Return movement
When there is 25 bar pressure in port V2 the valve 32 opens.
The oil flows into feed cylinder port C2, and the return oil from the feed
cylinder flows through port C1 and the load control valve (32) into the tank.
Outside load:
The load control valve (32) in channel 1 protects the cylinder from being
overloaded. The pressure of the load control valve (32) is adjusted to 140
bar to keep the outside load caused by the weight of the drilling tools when
drilling upwards.

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C1 C2
33 35
X3
3

34 30
M1 1 2 M2
4
36 1

32 1 3 80
2 BAR
37 31
3
2
140 BAR

V1 V2
Return movement

Designation item 30 item 31 item 32


Torques 60-65 Nm 60-65 Nm 100 Nm
Preadjustment pressures 10 bar 80 bar 140 bar

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4.3.5 Rotation

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28
P ST A B

C1 C2
X3 33 35

M1 34 3
M2
DRILLING B125P
1 2

STABILIZER 30
P1 M2
36 4
1 31
M1
32 1 3 80
Y126 A B 146 2 BAR

140 3 37
2
P T 140 BAR

143 V1 V2
141
Y125

145
P T

X3 M30 LS T3 A3 B3
M31
M11
A1
M1

M3

24

25
10 Y4 65 Y5
Y11
20
46 53 T5 A5

A6

23
M6

TO CARRIER
9 12 7 Y3 64 71
Y139
Y6
2 Y121 72
52 73
PE

74
M5

22 63
55
P5 P6 T6 LS3

67
3 26 75
4
DS3

Y1
45

M10 P1 PRESSURE
TO SLU

OPTION: POWER
EXTRACTOR 112
B A
Y128

T P
133

1 50

115

121

11 21
R2
51
110 68
44 47

Rotation

When rotation is turned on, the coil Y5 of the proportional directional valve
(53) for rotation receives control voltage, and the spool moves into position
1. The position of the spool as well as the oil flow to rotation is proportional
to the control voltage value. The speed of rotation is adjusted by adjusting
the control voltage (Ref. to the control panel instruction). The output oil from

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the pump (50) flows through the proportional directional valve (53) of
rotation to the rock drill rotation motor. The proportional directional valve
(53) receives the required pilot control pressure through the pressure
regulator (64) and the filter (65).
The maximum rotation pressure is adjusted with the pressure relief valve
(55) that acts as pilot control part for the pressure relief valve (52). The
pressure relief valve (66) restricts the pilot circuit pressure of the
proportional directional valve (53). The proportional directional valve of
rotation (53) also opens the load sensing line (LS2) of the pump (50).
Through the shuttle valve (63) oil is directed to the flow volume regulator of
pump (50), whereby the output of pump (50) is maintained at the set value
irrespective of load.
The maximum rotation pressure is adjusted with the adjuster B of the pump
50.

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4.4 Anti-jamming automatics

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28
P ST A B

C1 C2
X3 33 35

M1 34 3
M2
DRILLING 1 2

STABILIZER
B125P
30
P1 M2
36 4
1 31
M1
32 1 3 80
Y126 A B 146 2 BAR

140 3 37
2
P T 140 BAR

143 V1 V2
141
Y125

145
P T

X3 M30 LS T3 A3 B3
M31
M11
A1
M1

M3

24

25
10 65 Y5
Y11
20 Y4
46 53 T5 A5

A6

23
M6

TO CARRIER
9 12 7 64 71
Y3
Y139
Y6
2 Y121 72
52 73
PE

74
M5

22 63
55
P5 P6 T6 LS3

67
3 26 75
4
DS3

Y1
45

M10 P1 PRESSURE
TO SLU

OPTION: POWER
EXTRACTOR 112
B A
Y128

T P
133

1 50
90
115

121

11 21
R2
51
110 68
44 47

Anti-jamming automatics

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Anti-jamming automatics is activated in a situation where rotation becomes


more laborious because of, for instance, a fissure in the rock. The selector
switch on the control panel S79 must be in the ON position. The control
system monitors the rotation circuit pressure through the rotation pressure
transducer (68) B2.
When the drill bit meets a fissure, rotation becomes more laborious, and
the torque required for rotation increases. The pressure in the rotation
circuit starts rising. If the pressure rises above the set value for
antijamming, and remains above this value longer than the set delay, the
antijamming automatics becomes activated.
The control system sends an electric signal to the coil of the proportional
directional valve (23) for feed. The spool of the proportional directional
valve (23) for feed moves into position 2 whereby the direction of feed is
reversed. The rock drill reverses for a set time (at least 2 seconds
percussion on).
As rotation pressure drops below the set anti-jamming value, drilling
functions are restarted, first with half power and then rising, after a set time
10 sec., to full power. Anti-jamming pressure is adjustable. (Refer to the
control panel instruction).

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4.5 Flushing flow disturbances

When drilling is started, monitoring of flushing is prevented for a set time of


10 seconds.
If flushing water flow drops below the set value of the flushing monitoring
switch (S9) in a drilling situation (full power percussion, feed, and flushing
on), and remains low longer than 1 second or, if water pressure drops
below the set value, the flushing flow disturbance automatics is activated.
The system reverses feed for at least 2 seconds with full power (or until the
switch S9 closes contacts and water pressure is OK). If water flow returns
to normal the system restarts drilling, first with half power and, after a set
time 10 sec., rising to full power. Otherwise, all drilling functions stop when
the rock drill reaches the rear stopper, and the warning light SH71 on the
control panel starts flashing.
B9 P/I

F1 F2

MF2
MF1
S422
2.8bar S10
FS2
Y10
Y9

MW x y

S9
W2 FS1 MA

P T W A

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4.6 Threading (opening / closing)


13 54
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28
P ST A B

C1 C2
X3 33 35

M1 34 3
M2
DRILLING 1 2

30
B125P

STABILIZER 36
P1 M2
4
1 31
M1
32 1 3 80
Y126 A B 146 2 BAR

140 3 37
2
P T 140 BAR

143 V1 V2
141
Y125

145
P T

X3 M30 LS T3 A3 B3
M31
M11
A1
M1

M3

24

25
10 65
Y11
20 Y4
46 53 Y5
T5 A5

A6

23
M6

TO CARRIER
9 12 7 64 71
Y3
Y139

2 Y121 72
52 73
PE

Y6
74
M5

22 63
55
P5 P6 T6 LS3

67
3 26 75
4
DS3

Y1 45

M10 P1 PRESSURE
TO SLU

OPTION: POWER
EXTRACTOR 112
B A
Y128

T P
133

1 50
90
115

121

11 21
R2
51
110 68
44 47

Threading (opening / closing)

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When the rock drill has traveled the whole feed length, an extension tube
must be added or, if the desired whole depth has been reached, the tube
string must be dismantled. The tube threads are loosened by hammering
the tube string against the hole bottom for a moment. This is done by
keeping feed and percussion on but rotation off.

80 bar 129
128

1
120 bar
127
2 126

150 bar
125
P T

When the threads are loosened, stop rock drill percussion and feed by
pulling the control levers to the middle position. Then grip the tube with the
rod retainer jaws. The coil Y8 of the rod retainer control valve (127)
receives control voltage and moves the valve spool into position 1. At the
same time, the coil Y139 of the proportional valve (71) receives control
voltage and opens the valve to the set value. Oil flows from the pump (70)
through the non-return valve (73) and the proportional valve (71) to the rod
retainer control valve (127) and then to the piston head side of the rod
retainer cylinders (129). The pressure accumulator (128) ensures that the
rod retainer stays closed. The pressure regulator (125) is used for adjusting
rod retainers maximum pressure (150 bar). Pressure switch (126) is preset
120 bar. The pressure switch (126) prevents operation of the anti-jamming
automatics during threading.
Open the thread by turning the feed and rotation control lever S73.
When pulling up the tube string from the hole, keep the rock drill
rotation on in the drilling direction to prevent threads from opening
completely.

When percussion and feed are stopped, the percussion selector valve (4)
moves into position 2 and the percussion main valve (3) closes. When the
feed/rotation control lever is pushed towards the thread opening position,
the coil Y3 of the proportional directional valve (23) for feed receives control
voltage and opens the valve to the set threading position. The output oil
from the pump (1) flows via the proportional directional valve (23) to the
feed motor/cylinder (28), and the speed of feed movement is determined by

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the position of the valve (23) spool. At the same time, also the load sensing
line (LS1) of pump (1) opens, whereby the output of the pump (1) remains
constant, regardless of load.
The coil Y5 of the proportional directional valve (53) for rotation also
receives control voltage and opens the valve to the set rotation value. The
output from the pump (50) flows through the proportional directional valve
(53) to the rotation motor (54). The speed of rotation is proportional to the
position of the valve spool. At the same time, the load sensing line (LS2) of
the pump (50) also opens, keeping the output of the pump (50) constant,
regardless of load.
The maximum feed pressure during threading is adjusted with the feed
pressure regulating valve (20). Synchronization, i.e. feed and rotation
speeds in threading, are adjusted by electrically controlling the proportional
directional valves (23 and 53).
Threading is not dependent on the position of the potentiometer (R70).
Feed pressure is adjusted with the feed pressure regulating valve (20).
When adding drill tubes, the functions are reversed.
The proportional directional valve (23) control value is set by software.
(Ref. to the control panel instruction.)
The proportional directional valve (53) control value is set by software.
(Ref. to the control panel instruction.)

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4.7 Fast feed

13 54
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28
P ST A B

C1 C2
X3 33 35

M1 34 3
M2
DRILLING B125P
30
1 2

STABILIZER
P1 M2 36 4
131
M1
32 1 3 80
Y126 A B 146 2 BAR

140 3 37
2
P T 140 BAR

143 V1 V2
141
Y125

145
P T

X3 M30 LS T3 A3 B3
M31
M11
A1
M1

M3

24

25
10 65
Y11
20 Y4
46 53 T5 A5

23 A6

7
M6

9 12 64

TO CARRIER
71
Y139

Y3
2 Y121
52 72
PE

22 73
63 74
M5

55
67
P5 P6 T6 LS3

3 26 75
4
DS3

Y1
45

M10 P1 PRESSURE
TO SLU

OPTION: POWER
EXTRACTOR 112
A
B Y128
T P
133

1 50

90
115

121

11 21
R2
51
110 68
44 47

Fast feed

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When a thread has been opened, the rock drill


is returned with fast feed movement to the rear
end of the long-hole unit by pulling the feed/
rotation control lever back while holding
the push button depressed.

During feed reversing movement, the coil Y4 of the proportional directional


valve (23) receives control voltage and moves the spool of the valve into
position 2. The position of the spool, and the oil flow for fast feed are
proportional to the control voltage value. The speed of fast feed movement
is controlled by the control voltage value. In this situation, the oil from pump
(1) flows through the proportional directional valve (23) to the feed cylinder
(28) with maximum flow rate. The valve (23) opens the load sensing line
(LS1) of pump (1), whereby the output of the pump (1) and, thus, the fast
feed speed remain constant, regardless of load.
During fast feed, it is possible to start rotation in the drilling direction.
The maximum fast feed pressure is adjusted with the feed pressure
regulating valve (20). (Factory setting)
The fast feed speed is adjusted by factory.
PROPERTY DAMAGE RISK!
NOTICE Avoid simultaneous use of the power packs and the diesel engine.
Simultaneous use can damage the hydraulic system.

The boom and long-hole unit movements can also be run using the carriers
(diesel driven) pump. If so, the powerpack must be stopped.
The oil flows to the carrier block 3 through the connection P6, and then
through the non-return valve (74) and the proportional valve (71) for boom/
tube handling hydraulics either to the boom or the tube handling functions.

4.8 Drilling value tables


TABLE 1: FEED FUNCTIONS
Specifies values Operating values
Feed pressure max.
Feed Feed pressure [bar] Feed force [kN] Feed force max. [kN]
[bar]
LF 700 80 18 160 36

Overcenter
Overcenter pilot Feed [l/min] Threading [l/ Fast feed [l/
Feed opening pres-
pressure [bar] [m/min] min] [mm/s] min] [mm/s]
sure [bar]
LF 700 140 25 0.8...2 7 93

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TABLE 2: Rock drill percussion pressure with different bit sizes and drill steels
Perc. Perc.
Bit Set rotation pres-
Rock drill rate F Steels press. Note!
[mm / in] sure [bar]
[Hz] * [bar]
OMT 200 OMT 250
64 / 2 T38 (1) 140 130 Minimum
T45
76 / 3 (1), 150 130 Optimum
HL 710 /
50 D65 tube
HL 820
T45
89 / 3 (1), 150 130 100
D65 tube
102 / 4 T51 (2) 150 130 100 Maximum

*Percussion pressure values approximate; depend on drilling direction and


rock type, etc.

TABLE 3: Rock drill rotation speed with different bit sizes and drill steels
Perc. Rot.
Bit Flow volume / rota-
Rock drill rate F Steels speed* Note!
[mm / in] tion motor q [l/min]
[Hz] [rpm]
OMT 200 OMT 250
64 / 2 T38 (1) 150 63 Minimum
T45
76 / 3 (1), 120 50 Optimum
HL 710 /
50 D65 tube
HL 820
T45
89 / 3 (1), 110 45 55
D65 tube
102 / 4 T51 (2) 90 40 45 Maximum

* Rotation speed values approximate; depend on bit / rock type, percussion


pressure etc.

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5 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR


5.1 Adjusting hydraulic components
5.1.1 Tightening percussion main valve (3) spring
The spring is tightened to its maximum value, i.e. fully closed. This
precaution prevents the Y line of the valve (3) from opening into tank.
1. Remove the cap on the main valve (3).
2. Open the locking nut.
3. Turn the adjusting knob of the valve clockwise as far as it goes.
4. Tighten the locking nut.
5. Replace the cap.
5.1.2 Pressure settings of variable displacement pumps
Note! Before starting the powerpack, make sure that all control levers are
in the middle position.

Note! If the powerpack is running, stop it and restart after a while. This is
to ensure that no disturbing pressure remains in the load sensing
line.

B 50

A
90
B

A Adjuster A
B Adjuster B
1 Variable displacement pump
50 Variable displacement pump
90 Gear pump for air condition
Note! For pump 1, there are two optional pump assemblys (100cc and
110cc) depending on rock drill type. For pump 50, there are two
optional pump assemblys (45cc and 60cc) depending on rock drill
type.

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Pressure settings of variable displacement pump (1)


Adjusting maximum pressure
1. Connect a pressure gauge to the measuring point M10.
2. Remove the cap of the adjuster A and open the locking.
3. Remove the cap of the adjuster B and open the locking.
4. Turn the adjusting screw of the pressure controller B almost fully open
(counterclockwise).
5. Turn the adjusting screw of the flow controller A fully closed (clockwise).
Note! The pump gives out now the constant pressure.
6. Start the powerpack.
7. Check the pressure from the measuring point M10 gauge and start to rise
the pressure by turning the adjusting screw of the pressure controller B
clockwise until the pressure gauge shows 210 bar.
8. Lock the adjustment of the pressure controller B with the locking nut.
9. Check the adjustment after having stopped and restarted the powerpack.

Adjusting pressure difference


1. Turn the adjusting screw of the flow controller A almost fully open
(counterclockwise).
2. Allow the pressure stabilize in the measuring point M10 gauge.
3. Adjust the stand-by pressure to 30 bar from the flow controller A by
turning the adjusting screw clockwise.
4. Lock the adjusting screw of the flow controller A with the locking nut.
5. Stop the powerpack.
6. Start the powerpack.
7. Allow the pressure come down (to zero) in the measuring point M10
gauge.
8. if the stand-by pressure is in the recommended range in the measuring
point M10 gauge, install the protective caps to the flow controller A and
pressure controller B.
9. f the stand-by pressure is not in the right range, please readjust the flow
controller A according to the adjusting instruction in this chapter.
10. Stop the powerpack.

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Pressure settings of variable displacement pump (50)


Adjusting pressure difference
1. Read the standby pressure in the pressure gauge (51).
If it is 30 bar, no adjustments are required, if not, carry out the following
instructions:
2. Remove the cap of the adjuster A and open the locking.
3. Turn the adjusting screw (clockwise to increase pressure,
counterclockwise to decrease it) until the pressure gauge (51) shows 30
bar.
4. Lock the adjusting screw and replace the cap.
5. Check the adjustment after having stopped and restarted the powerpack.

Adjusting maximum pressure and rotation pressure relief valve (55)


1. Remove the cap of adjuster B and open the locking.
2. Prevent the rock drill shank from rotating.
3. Turn rotation on.
4. Turn the adjusting screw of the adjuster B for the pump (50) clockwise
until the pressure reading in the pressure gauge (51) reaches a value
that is 20 bar higher than the required maximum pressure value for
rotation (Cf. Table 2). Note! If the pressure does not rise, the pressure
relief valve (55) may already be open, in this case, increase the value by
adjust the valve.
5. Lower the pressure 10 bar (reading on the rotation pressure gauge) with
the rotation pressure relief valve.
6. Turn the adjusting screw of the adjuster B counterclockwise until the
pressure gauge (51) shows the required maximum value for rotation
pressure (Cf. Table 2).
7. Lock the adjusting screw and replace the cap.
8. Check the adjustment after having stopped and restarted the powerpack.
5.1.3 Adjusting pressure regulator (45) for feed pilot control pressure
1. Connect a pressure gauge to the measuring point X3.
2. Open the locking screw at the top of the pressure regulator (45).
3. Turn the adjusting knob of the pressure regulator (45) in either direction
until the pressure gauge at the measuring point X3 shows 13 bar.
Note! This adjustment is done when the system is in standby (static
situation).
4. Tighten the locking screw.
5. Turn feed on.
6. Check that the pressure reading at the measuring point X3 is within the
range 11...12 bar (dynamic situation).
7. Tighten the locking screw at the top of the pressure regulator (45).
8. Remove the pressure gauge at the measuring point X3.

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5.1.4 Bleeding percussion and feed pressure regulating valves (7, 20)
Percussion pressure proportional valve (7)
1. Turn the bleeding screw at the end of the coil almost fully open.
2. Turn percussion on.
3. Hold percussion in operation until all air inside the coil is removed (no
more foamy oil coming out through the bleeding screw).
4. Turn the bleeding screw closed under load.
5. Turn percussion off.

Feed pressure proportional valve (20)


1. Turn the bleeding screw at the end of the coil almost fully open.
2. Turn feed on.
3. Hold feed in operation against the front stopper until all air inside the coil
is removed (no more foamy oil coming out through the bleeding screw).
4. Turn the bleeding screw closed under load.
5. Turn feed off.
5.1.5 Bleeding percussion, feed, rotation and stabilizer (optional) pressure transducers
1. Rotation B2 (68), percussion B1 (44), feed B3 (47) and stabilizer
(optional) B125P (146) transducer.
2. Turn the (68, 44, 47, 146) transducer a little open.
3. Turn (rotation, feed, percussion) on.
4. Hold (rotation, feed, percussion) in operation until all air inside the
transducer (68, 44, 47, 146) is removed.
No more foamy oil coming out the transducer.
5. Turn the transducer closed under load.
6. Turn (rotation, feed, percussion) off.

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5.1.6 Adjusting feed circuit load control manifold


Adjusting this block have to be done on the outside hydraulic bench.
Adjusting valve (32):
1. Connect ports C2, V1 and V2 to the tank and port C1 to the pump.
2. Connect pressure meter to port Mp near C1.
3. Set more than 140 bar pressure to port C1 and adjust the valve (32) to
140 bar.

Adjusting valve (31):


1. Connect ports C1, V1 and V2 to the tank and port C2 to the pump.
2. Connect pressure meter to port Mp near C2.
3. Set more than 80 bar pressure to port C2 and adjust the valve (31) to 80
bar.
5.1.7 Bleeding the pilot line of feed circuit load control valve
1. Connect a measuring hose between measuring points X3 and M1 of feed
circuit load control valve.
2. Start the powerpack.
3. Turn feed on and run the feed backwards about 10 minutes.
4. Turn feed off.
5. Stop the powerpack.
6. Remove measuring hose first from measuring point X3 then from
measuring point M1.

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6 TROUBLESHOOTING
6.1 General
Before making any detailed measurements, the following general check-
ups should be carried out:
hydraulic oil temperature (normal 40-50C) and viscosity (according to
ambient temperature and oil type)
hydraulic oil level
return and pressure filter service indicators, and other possible alarms
(e.g. water or air)
external leaks at hoses, connections, fittings, and other hydraulic
components
mechanical functions (e.g. slide piece adjustments)
level of supply voltage to rig
external cable damage
connections of electric plugs
pressure gauge readings

6.2 Pump (1, 50) not working with desired settings, or not working at
all
Pump (1 or 50) not rotating at all, or rotating slowly
1. Check the pump and other parts of the powerpack for abnormal noise.
2. Repair or replace the faulty component.
3. Measure the supply voltage to the electric motor. If the voltage is correct,
the fault may be in the motor, shaft, or pump.
4. Check the above components, or replace faulty components.
5. If the electric motor receives no supply voltage, acquaint yourself with the
electric system troubleshooting.
Pump (1, 50) rotating normally, but standby pressure not at normal 30 bar
value (at measuring point M10 for pump (1), in pressure gauge (51) for
pump (50). Note! The pressure reading must be allowed to settle.

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Pump (1)
1. Connect a pressure gauge to the port LS1 of the percussion/feed
regulating block.
2. Check if the pump or some other component of the powerpack makes
unusual noise. If the pressure at the port LS1 of the percussion/feed
regulating block is zero, the fault is likely to be in the adjustment of the
regulator A of the pump (1), or the regulating block may be sticking.
Adjust the standby pressure of the pump (1) to the correct value with the
adjuster A, following the instructions.
3. If the above measures do not help, repair or clean the adjuster A or
replace the whole regulating unit (adjust the adjuster A or the regulating
unit according to instructions).
4. If there is pressure at the port LS1 of the percussion/feed regulating
block at standby, the fault may be that the valves (3, 23) are sticking or
receiving control voltage.
5. Disconnect the electric connections of the valves (23) and (4) that is the
pilot valve of valve (3). If the fault is not removed, it is likely that the
valves (3, 23) are sticking.
6. Check the feed pressure gauge (21) reading. If the feed pressure gauge
(21) shows a pressure reading, the fault is likely to be in the valve (23).
Repair and clean, or replace the faulty valve.
7. When the standby pressure of the pump (1) is correctly adjusted, check
the value of the pump's limit pressure (adjuster B) by, for instance,
running the rock drill against the front stopper with the feed pressure
regulating valve (20) at maximum value. The pressure should now be the
required maximum percussion pressure (reading in pressure gauge (21)).
If the pressure deviates from the mentioned value, adjust the pressure
correct with the adjuster B of the pump (1), following the instructions.
If the adjuster B is not reacting to adjustment, the fault may be in the
adjuster B of the pump. Repair or clean adjuster B, or replace the whole
regulating unit (adjust the adjuster B or the regulating unit according to
instructions).

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Pump (50)
1. Connect a pressure gauge to the port LS2 of the rotation regulating
block.
2. If the pressure at the port LS2 of the rotation regulating block is zero, the
fault is likely to be in the adjustment of the regulator A of the pump (50),
or the regulating block may be sticking. Adjust the standby pressure of
the pump (50) to the correct value with the adjuster A, following the
instructions.
3. If the above measures do not help, repair or clean the adjuster A or
replace the whole regulating unit (adjust the adjuster A or the regulating
unit according to instructions).
4. If there is pressure at the port LS2 of the rotation valve block at standby,
the fault may be that the valve (53) is sticking or receiving control
voltage.
5. Disconnect the electric connections of the valve (53). If the fault is not
removed, it is likely that the valve (53) is sticking.
6. With the standby pressure of the pump (50) correctly adjusted, check the
value of the pump's limit pressure (adjuster B) by preventing the rock drill
shank from rotating, and then switch rotation on. The pressure should
now be the required maximum rotation pressure (reading in pressure
gauge (51)).
If the pressure deviates from the correct value, adjust the pressure with the
adjuster B of the pump (50), following the instructions.
If the adjuster B is not reacting to adjustment, the fault may be in the
adjuster B of the pump. Repair or clean adjuster B, or replace the whole
regulating unit (adjust the adjuster B or the regulating unit according to
instructions).

6.3 Percussion not working, or percussion pressure too low


Proportional pressure relief valve (7) of percussion not adjusting, or
blocked flow restrictor (9) for load-sensing line at the percussion/feed
regulating block
1. Check the control voltage to the valve (7). If the control voltage is
missing, refer to electric system troubleshooting.
2. If the control voltage to the valve (7) is correct, connect a pressure gauge
to the port LS1 of the percussion/feed regulating block. Then, run the
rock drill with full power against the rear stopper. If the pressure gauge at
the port LS1 shows no reading, the flow restrictor (9) of the load-sensing
line is blocked or the spool of the valve (7) sticking.
Check the load-sensing line flow restrictor (9) first, by removing it
from the regulating block (refer to Fig. for location).
Clean and install the flow restrictor (9) back to the regulating block.
If the flow restrictor (9) is not blocked, check the valve (7).
Clean, repair, or replace the valve (7). Remember to bleed the valve
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Percussion control valves (3, 4) not working


1. First, check if the percussion selector valve (4) receives control voltage.
2. If the control voltage is correct, install a pressure gauge to the measuring
point M10 of the percussion/feed regulating block. If there is pressure at
the measuring point M10, the likely fault is that the valve (3 or 4) is
jammed. Clean and repair, or replace the valve(s).
3. If the control voltage to valve (4) is missing, refer to the troubleshooting
instructions for the electric system.

Incorrect adjustments of the electric drilling control system


Refer to electric system troubleshooting.

Output of pump (1) insufficient


1. First, install flow meters to the percussion and feed circuits, after the
percussion/feed regulating block (diagram 1). The normal oil flow to
percussion and feed during drilling is shown in Tables 1 and 2.
2. If the oil flow to the rock drill is greater than the given values, repair or
replace the rock drill.
3. If the oil flow to the rock drill is smaller than the specified values, check
the values of the pump adjusters according to instructions.

1
2

3 4
A1 A3 B3
5
P1

1 Percussion
2 Feed
3 Flow meter
4 Flow meter
5 Regulating block

Feed circuit leaking


Install a flow meter to the percussion and feed circuit, after the
percussion/feed regulating block.

Shuttle valve (10) sticking, or leaking to tank


Clean or replace the valve.

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Pressure gauge (11) faulty


Check the pressure gauge (11) using a calibrated pressure gauge

6.4 Feed not working


Feed reacts slowly or with a lag
Bleed the pilot line of feed circuit load control valve as instructed on
chapter 5.1.7 Bleeding the pilot line of feed circuit load control
valve (Page 61).

Proportional pressure relief valve (20) of feed not adjusting


1. Check the control voltage to the valve (20). If the control voltage is
missing, refer to the troubleshooting instructions for the electric system.
2. If the control voltage to the valve (20) is correct, check if the gauge (21)
shows a pressure reading when the rock drill is run against the rear
stopper. If a reading is shown, it may be that the valve (20) is sticking.
Clean and repair, or replace the valve.

Proportional directional valve (23) of feed not working


1. Check the operation of the valve (23) by moving the manual control lever
of the valve back and forth.
2. If the valve (23) is working manually, check the control voltage to the
valve. If the control voltage is missing, refer to the troubleshooting
instructions for the electric system.
3. If the control voltage to the valve is correct, install pressure gauges to the
measuring point M10 and the port X3 of the percussion/feed regulating
block.
4. If the pressure at the port X3 is not 11 to 12 bar when the rock drill is run
against the rear stopper, adjust the valve (45) according to the
instructions. If the adjustment does not help, clean and repair, or replace
the valve (45).
5. If the pressure at the port X3 is 11 to 12 bar and there is pressure at the
measuring point M10 when the rock drill is run against the rear stopper, it
is likely that the valve (23) is sticking. Clean and repair, or replace the
valve (23).

Double pressure limit (24, 25) of feed leaking or blocked


Clean and repair, or replace the valve(s).

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Feed cylinder damaged


Check the feed cylinder for external and internal leaks.
To check the cylinder for internal leaks:
a) Run the rock drill first against the front stopper.
b) Disconnect the control hose from the piston rod side at the cylinder.
c) Plug the hose end.
d) Then run the rock drill with feed against the front stopper.
e) If the fitting at the piston rod side of the feed cylinder is not leaking
out oil, the piston seals of the cylinder are in good condition.
f) If oil leaks out through the fitting, check the piston seals, and
g) Repair or replace damaged parts.

Slide pieces of rock drill carriage faulty (or incorrectly adjusted)


Refer to the operating and maintenance instructions of the feed.

6.5 Rotation not working


Proportional directional valve (53) of rotation not working
1. Check the operation of the valve (53) by moving the manual control lever
of the valve back and forth.
2. If the valve (53) is working manually, check the control voltage to the
valve. If the control voltage is missing, refer to the troubleshooting
instructions for the electric system.
3. If the control voltage to the valve (53) is correct, check if the gauge (51)
shows a pressure reading when rotation is on.
4. If there is pressure at the gauge (51), it is likely that the valve (53) is
sticking. Clean and repair, or replace the valve.

Rotation pressure relief valve (55) dirty, sticking, or incorrectly


adjusted
Clean and repair, or replace the valve.
Adjust the valve as follows:
a) Lock the drill tube or the rock drill shank immovable.
b) Start the powerpack and turn drilling rotation on.
c) Turn the adjusting screw of the adjuster B for pump (50) clockwise
until the pressure reading of the pressure gauge (51) is 20 bar
higher than the required maximum pressure value for rotation (Cf.
Table 2).
d) Turn the rotation pressure relief valve (55) to lower the pressure
reading by 10 bar.
e) Turn the adjusting screw of the adjuster B counterclockwise until
the pressure gauge (51) shows the required maximum value for
rotation (Cf. Table 2).

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Rotation motor damaged


Refer to the repair instructions of the rock drill.

6.6 Boom control not working


Proportional valve (71) of cassette and boom hydraulics not adjusting
1. Check the control voltage value to the valve (71) while moving the boom
movement control lever. If the control voltage is missing, refer to the
troubleshooting instructions for the electric system.
2. If the control voltage to the valve (71) is correct, install a pressure gauge
to the measuring point M6 of the boom functions regulating block.
3. Check the pressure at the measuring point M 6 by, for instance, running
the rear stinger in.
4. If there is pressure at the measuring point M 6, it is likely that the valve
(71) is sticking. Clean and repair, or replace the valve.

A boom function not working


Refer to the maintenance instructions on the boom functions.

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WARNING
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Table of Contents

1 Introduction ................................................................... 7
1.1 The Purpose of these instructions ......................................................7
1.1.1 Validity of the manuals ................................................................ 7

2 Main components ..........................................................9


2.1 Structure of pump .................................................................................9

3 Pump operation .............................................................11


3.1 Function of pump ................................................................................. 11
3.2 Regulating unit ......................................................................................11
3.3 Pressure controller ...............................................................................13
3.4 Flow controller ...................................................................................... 13
3.4.1 Load sensing lines .......................................................................13
3.4.2 Stand by pressure ....................................................................... 13

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1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 The Purpose of these instructions
This manual contains supplementary information for operation,
maintenance and repair of a component.
Before operating, or performing maintenance or repair procedures for the
component or system described in this manual, read and understand the
information in operators and maintenance manuals supplied with the
machine. Pay special attention to the safety information in chapter "2 Safety
and environmental instructions" of those manuals.
1.1.1 Validity of the manuals
This manual, and especially the safety information, is valid only if no
unauthorized changes to the product are made.
Continuing improvement and advancement of product design might have
caused changes to your product which are not included in this publication.
Note also that if a third party has made changes to the product after
delivery from the manufacturer, this publication does not include
information on these changes or their influences on the product.
Whenever a question arises regarding your product, or this manual, please
consult your local Sandvik representative for the latest available
information.

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2 MAIN COMPONENTS
2.1 Structure of pump
The piston movements of the pump take the oil from the suction side to the
pressure side. The pump is an axial piston pump where the pistons move in
the direction of the drive axle.
The variable displacement pump used by Sandvik is a swashplate type
pump. The piston ends slide against the swashplate which angle depends
on the LS-signal (pressure).
The ports of the pump are marked as follows :
S = suction port
B = pressure port
L = drain port
X = pilot port

1 2

L S

1 Pressure controller
2 Flow controller

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1 2 2 3

X
4 5 6

Across section of a 31-series pump

5 6

3 4

Across section of a 52-series pump

1 Counter piston 2 Pistons


3 Angle plate spring holds plate 4 Swashplate
in maximum angle (full
output) if regulating unit does
not decrease angle (output)
5 Control piston 6 Control unit

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3 PUMP OPERATION
3.1 Function of pump
The flow is proportional to the drive speed and the displacement. By
adjusting the position of the swashplate it is possible to steplessly vary the
flow.

Stroke Stroke Stroke = 0

Maximum angle = Decreased angle =


Zero angle = zero flow
maximum flow decreased flow

3.2 Regulating unit

F X D

P B1 A T C
DRS-regulating unit
1 Flow controller
2 Pressure controller

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1
2

X1 X2

V
3 4

X
5

F
6 7

8 B1 P A T

B 10

9 11

S L
13
35 _
12

14
15

Hydraulic flowchart

Pressure line
Return line
Control pressure line

1 Device max. pressure 2 Shuttle valve


3 Electrically controlled valve 4 Load sensing line
5 Flow controller 6 Pressure controller
7 Controller unit 8 Pressure gauge
9 Driven motor or cylinder 10 Pump
11 Main pressure relief valve 12 Thermostat
13 Cooler 14 Filter
15 Oil tank

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The control unit mounted to the pump controls the angle of the swashplate.
The pump has separate controllers for pressure and flow.
The line B1 of the control unit receives system pressure. Through the
borings in the control unit spindles, the pressure is led to the left end of the
control spindles.
The line A leads to the control piston that control the angle of the
swashplate.
The line T leads into the pump housing, and it is connected to the tank
through the drain line.

3.3 Pressure controller


When the pressure in the line B1 increases, the control unit spindle P
moves to the right, against the spring. When the set maximum pressure is
reached, the connection from B1 to A opens, and oil flows to the control
piston that decreases the angle of the swashplate.
The adjusting screw C is used for adjusting the maximum system pressure.
The pressure must be c. 20 bar lower than the opening pressure of the
main pressure relief valve (= safety valve).

3.4 Flow controller


Flow varies according to the demand of the system. The system pressure
through B1 affects the left end of the spindle F. The pressure from the load
sensing line X affects the right end where the spring is located. The
pressure difference over the system directional valve V forces the
regulators spindle F against the spring. If the pressure difference
increases, the connection between the lines B1 and A opens, and the pump
is adjusted for lower flow. If the pressure difference decreases, the
connection between the lines A and T opens, and the flow of the pump
increases.
3.4.1 Load sensing lines
It is possible to adjust several systems (X1, X2, etc.) at the same time by
controlling the LS-pressures of each system.
3.4.2 Stand by pressure
In the situation,when no devices are in operation, the load sensing line X
has no pressure, because it is connected to the tank line through the
directional valve. The system pressure from B1 forces the flow regulator
spindle F to the right against the spring. The connection from B1 to A opens
up, and the pump is adjusted to zero flow and low pressure.
The stand by pressure of the system is adjusted with the screw D. The
desired value will adjust according to the adjusting instructions of the pump
(depends on the system).

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Symbols for hydraulic and pneumatic equipment

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operating, servicing, testing, cleaning, transporting, storing,
dismantling or disposing of the product or a part or accessory of the
product. Keep this publication for future reference.

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Table of Contents

1 Symbols for hydraulic and pneumatic equipment .....7


1.1 Symbols for hydraulic and pneumatic ................................................7
1.2 Location designations in diagrams (if applicable) ............................ 13
1.3 Line coloring in diagrams (if applicable) ............................................16

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1 SYMBOLS FOR HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC


EQUIPMENT
1.1 Symbols for hydraulic and pneumatic
Working line (pressure , suction, return and feed
line)
Pilot control line
Drain or bleed line
Flexible line

Electric line

Dotted line surrounds the components which are


assembled in one unit

Shaft, lever, rod, piston rod

Pipeline junction

Crossed pipelines

Direction of flow in hydraulics (e.g. oil flow in


pumps and motors)
Direction of flow in pneumatics (e.g. air flow in
compressors and air motors)

Direction

Direction of rotation

Path and direction of flow through valves. Small


perpendicular line describes movement of the ar-
row.

Indication of the possibility of regulation

Spring

Adjustable spring

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PUMPS AND COMPRESSORS

Fixed capacity hydraulic pump with one flow direc-


tion

Fixed capacity hydraulic pump with two flow direc-


tions

Compressor

MOTORS
Electric motor (Sandvik uses the same mark for
heat engines)

Fixed capacity hydraulic motor with one flow direc-


tion

Fixed capacity hydraulic motor with two flow direc-


tions

Fixed capacity pneumatic motor with one flow di-


rection (air motor)

Oscillating motor (hydraulic)

CYLINDERS

Single-acting cylinder

Single-acting cylinder returned by spring

Double-acting cylinder

Cylinder with plunger

CONTROL METHODS
Muscular control

General symbol

By lever

By pedal

Mechanical control

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By spring (e.g. return movements)

Detent (e.g. for keeping control valve spool in giv-


en position)
Electrical control

By solenoid (one windings)

By solenoid (two windings operating in opposite di-


rections)
Control by pressure

Indirect control

Direct control (internal path)

VALVES
Valve is a square or a row of squares in which ev-
ery square shows one operating position of the
valve.

DIRECTIONAL CONTROL VALVES


Valves which open or close one or more blow
paths (e.g. boom controls)
Directional control valve is a row of squares in
which the lines are connected to the square repre-
senting the basic position.
A B
Port markings on the directional control valves:
P T
P = pressure from pump
T = tank
A, B, C... = work lines
X, Y, Z... = pilot pressure lines
a, b, c... = connections fot electrical control

One flow path

Two flow paths

One flow path (two ports closed)

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Two flow paths (one port closed)

In the following examples the first number shows


the quantity of connections (ports) and the second
number the quantity of operating positions. Control
pressure connections are not indicated.

3/2 control valve, pilot control in both directions

4/3 control valve, controlled by lever, spring-cen-


tered

6/3 control valve (mobile control valve)

Shut-off valve (e.g. ball cock)

PRESSURE CONTROL VALVES


Valves which control pressure
Pressure relief valve (safety valve)
Inlet pressure is controlled by opening the exhaust
port to the reservoir or to the atmosphere against
the opposing force. (Hydraulic valve on the left and
pneumatic on the right)
Pressure reducing valve (pressure regulator)
The unit which with a variable inlet pressure gives
substantially constant output pressure provided
that the inlet pressure remains higher than the re-
quired outlet pressure.

Without relief port

With relief port

Overcenter valve

The valve allows free flow in one direction. Flow is


possible in the opposite direction provided that an
external pilot pressure opens the valve or the force
caused by inlet pressure exceed the spring force.

NON-RETURN VALVES
Valves which allow flow in one direction only

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Non-return valve
Opens by small pressure difference between inlet
and outlet.
Opens by significant pressure difference against
spring (e.g. oil filters)
Pilot-controlled non-return valve

Pilot pressure opens the valve.

One-way restrictor
Unit allows free flow in one direction but restricted
flow in the other. Restricted flow is adjustable. (E.g.
for controlling the speed of cylinder movement.)
Shuttle valve
The inlet port connected to the higher pressure is
automatically connected to the outlet port while the
other inlet port is closed.

FLOW CONTROL VALVES


Valves which control the flow

Throttle valve

Flow control valve


Variations in inlet pressure do not affect the rate of
flow.

Variable output

Simplified symbol for the previous one

Variable output with relief port

Simplified symbol for the previous one

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Flow dividing valve

The valve divides the flow into two flows in a fixed


ratio substantially independent of pressure varia-
tions.

POWER TAKE-OFF
Plugged (for connecting a pressure gauge or pow-
er take-off)
Connected. Fitted with mechanically opened non-
return valves

RESERVOIRS
Reservoir, generally

Reservoir with inlet pipe above fluid level

Reservoir with inlet pipe below fluid level

Reservoir (compressed air)


Pressure accumulator

FILTER

Filter or strainer

WATER TAP

Manual draining

LUBRICATOR

The unit adds small quantities of oil to the air pass-


ing through the unit.

COOLERS

Air cooler

Water cooler

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MEASURING INSTRUMENTS

Pressure gauge

Thermometer

OTHER EQUIPMENT

Pressure electric switch

Silencer (is often used in exhaust ports of pneu-


matic apparatus)

1.2 Location designations in diagrams (if applicable)


CT7 CT7

L L
CT1 CT2 CT1 CT2

3.5bar 0.2bar 3.5bar 0.2bar


S SC S SC

CT3 CT4 CT3 CT4

D D

CT5.1 CT5.1
1Y277 2Y277
PC PC

CT6.1 CT8 CT6.1 CT8

0.5bar 0.5bar
TG TC TG TC

P T P T
+M1 +M1
=4-P2.L =4-P2.R

Location designation (pointed by an arrow) is divided into three/four parts:

1 +M1 Location block


2 =4 System
3 -P2 Component type and number
4 .R Detailed information (if applicable)

1. Location block
Location block gives a rough idea where the component locates in the rig.

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+F2 +M2 +R2 +E2

+F1 +M1 +R1 +E1

+F1 Front left block


+F2 Front right block
+M1 Middle left block
+M2 Middle right block
+R1 Rear left block
+R2 Rear right block
+E1 End left block
+E2 End right block
+M1 tells that the component locates in middle left block (marked with blue
color).
If there is no number after the letter (+F, +M, +R, +E), it tells that
component locates on the center line of the rig or is otherwise not
applicable.

+D2
+C1 +C2

+B2

Additional blocks in DD/DT rigs

+C1 Cabin/canopy (rear side)


+C2 Cabin/canopy (front side)
+D2 Feed and drilling module
+B2 Boom
+D2 and +B2 are on the right side of the rig and +D1 and +B1 would be on
the left side.

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+C1 +C2 +B1

+D1

Additional blocks in DL rigs

+C1 Cabin/canopy (rear side)


+C2 Cabin/canopy (front side)
+B1 Boom
+D1 Feed and drilling module
2. System
The rig is divided into 11 subsystems:
1 Rock drill 2 Boom
3 Flushing 4 SLU
5 Oil supply and conditioning 6 Tool handling
7 Bolting and cement functions 8 Transmission
9 Steering and brakes 10 Utility boom
11 Auxiliary functions
=4 tells that the component locates in SLU system.
3. Component type and number
P Pump
V Valve
A Actuator
Z Other component
-P2 tells the component in question is a pump and its count number is 2.
4. Detailed information (if applicable)
L Left (boom 1)
R Right (boom 2)
M Middle (boom 3)
Fr Front (axle)
Re Rear (axle)
.R gives information that the component controls the lubrication of the
boom 2 rock drill.

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1.3 Line coloring in diagrams (if applicable)


The following colors have been used in circuit diagrams to explain the oil
flow.

Red High pressure line

Dash red Pilot line high pressure

Dash pink Pilot line general

Blue Tank/return line

Dash blue Drain line

Green Working line 1

Brown Working line 2

Dash green Pilot line 1

Dash brown Pilot line 2

Dash Yellow Load sensing line

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Original instructions
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HPP755 / HPP1075 for DL3 / DL4
Hydraulic powerpack HPP555 / HPP755 / HPP1075 for DL3 / DL4

Table of Contents

1 Introduction ................................................................... 3
1.1 The Purpose of these instructions ......................................................3
1.1.1 Validity of the manuals ................................................................ 3
1.2 General .................................................................................................. 3

2 Safety and Environmental Instructions ...................... 5


2.1 Safety instructions ............................................................................... 5

3 Main components ..........................................................7


3.1 Variable displacement pump structure .............................................. 7
3.2 Component/system description .......................................................... 9
3.2.1 DL3 series ................................................................................... 9
3.2.2 DL4 series ................................................................................... 11
3.3 Technical data .......................................................................................12
3.3.1 Electric motor operating voltage ..................................................12

4 Powerpack operation ....................................................13


4.1 Starting .................................................................................................. 13
4.1.1 Measures before starting .............................................................13
4.1.2 Start-up ........................................................................................13
4.1.3 Stopping ...................................................................................... 13
4.2 Monitoring and safety devices ............................................................ 14

5 Powerpack maintenance .............................................. 17


5.1 Regular maintenance ........................................................................... 17
5.2 Check and note in the service manual ............................................... 17
5.3 Changing the hydraulic oil ...................................................................17

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1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 The Purpose of these instructions
This manual contains supplementary information for operation,
maintenance and repair of a component.
Before operating, or performing maintenance or repair procedures for the
component or system described in this manual, read and understand the
information in operators and maintenance manuals supplied with the
machine. Pay special attention to the safety information in chapter "2 Safety
and environmental instructions" of those manuals.
1.1.1 Validity of the manuals
This manual, and especially the safety information, is valid only if no
unauthorized changes to the product are made.
Continuing improvement and advancement of product design might have
caused changes to your product which are not included in this publication.
Note also that if a third party has made changes to the product after
delivery from the manufacturer, this publication does not include
information on these changes or their influences on the product.
Whenever a question arises regarding your product, or this manual, please
consult your local Sandvik representative for the latest available
information.

1.2 General
The hydraulic power packs are intended to be used for longhole drilling with
a Sandvik longhole drill machine.
The pump unit is located outside the hydraulic tank.

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2 SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL INSTRUCTIONS


2.1 Safety instructions
Before commencing maintenance or repair, ensure that the machine cannot
be started even by accident.
Do not use the equipment unless you have been given proper
training. Read the Operating and Maintenance Instructions before
using or servicing the equipment.

Do not attempt to carry out repair or adjustment tasks that you do


not fully understand.

The oil circulating in the hydraulic system is hot, and can cause
burns if it comes into contact with the skin.

Dirt is the most common cause of malfunctions in every hydraulic


system. The most important prerequisite for good hydraulic service
is cleanliness!
Ensure absolute cleanliness whenever performing disassembly or
assembly of hydraulic equipment. Use pressurised air to blow the
parts clean, and wipe them with a clean, non-fluffy cloth before
reassemble.

Make sure that no functions can be started during maintenance and


repair tasks, even by accident.

The disposal of waste oil should be handled in accordance with local


NOTICE regulations.

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3 MAIN COMPONENTS
3.1 Variable displacement pump structure
The variable displacement pump used by Sandvik is of the swash plate
type, in which the pistons slide along the slide plate with their slide shoes.
The swash plate spring maintains the plate at the maximum angle (with full
pump output), unless the controller decreases the angle (output).
The pump takes in oil from hole S and produces the required operating
pressure to hole B.

1 2

3
A

5
4

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A The swash plate spring maintains the plate at the maximum angle
(with full pump output), unless the controller decreases the angle
(output).
C Control piston, which adjusts the swash plate angle.
1 Pressure controller
2 Volume flow controller
3 Pistons
4 Turning swash plate
5 Controller

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3.2 Component/system description


3.2.1 DL3 series

2
A

7
5
9

6
550

1. Electric motor
2. Coupling
3. Percussion, feed, boom and rod handling pump
4. Rotation pump
5. Intake connections
6. Pump controller
7. Connection box
8. Joint pin
9. Pressure connections
DL3 series

MOTOR A Weight (kg)


Vem 55 kW 1526 375

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Nominal output (kW) 55


Speed 1500r/min (50 Hz)
Capacity of the pumps: L/min/bar
Percussion, feed, boom and rod handling 140/160
Rotation 65/140

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3.2.2 DL4 series

2
3
A

9
6 10
4

10
6

5 9
550

6 10

11
B
C

1. Electric motor
2. Coupling
3. Percussion/feed pump
4. Rotation pump
5. Boom and tube changer pump
6. Intake connections
7. Connection box
8. Joint pin
9. Pump controller
10. Pressure connections
11. Gear pump for hydraulic air conditioning (optional)

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HPP 755 HPP 1075 HPP 1590


Nominal output
55 75 90
(kW)
Speed 1500r/min (50 Hz)
Capacity of the
L/min/bar
pumps:
Percussion and
140/160 200/160 200/200
feed
Rotation 65/140 100/140 100/140
Pipe changer and
boom 40/210 40/210 40/210
movements
Air conditioning
37/150 37/150 37/150
(optional).
A 1718 1843 1889
B 326 388 388
C 115 115 115
375 / 385 with air 520 / 530 with air 580 / 590 with air
Weight (kg) conditioning conditioning conditioning
pump (optional) pump (optional) pump (optional)

3.3 Technical data


3.3.1 Electric motor operating voltage
The power packs are available fitted for the following operating voltages:

380 V 50 (or 60) Hz


440 V 50 (or 60) Hz
500 V 50 (or 60) Hz
550 V 50 (or 60) Hz
575 V 50 (or 60) Hz
660 V 50 (or 60) Hz
1000 V 50 (or 60) Hz

If necessary, the equipment can also use 40 Hz voltage.

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4 POWERPACK OPERATION
4.1 Starting
The rigs hydraulic system is ready for drilling almost immediately after the
power packs are started. Therefore, some checks must be carried out
before starting.
4.1.1 Measures before starting
1. Make sure that starting will not cause any danger and that there is
nobody in the danger areas.
2. Ensure that the parking brake of the carrier is engaged (ON position).
3. Check that no service is being performed and that the doors of the main
distribution room are properly closed.
4. In case the machine is equipped with a fault current and overcurrent
protection centre, check its operation by pressing the TEST-button.
Unless the power is cut off, an electrician must be called to repair the
equipment.
5. Turn the main switch to the ON-position and switch on the working lights.
6. Clean the water hose by letting the water run from the hose for a
moment.
Then connect the hose.
(The air hose must be cleaned using the same principle before
connecting.)
7. Turn the compressor and water pump switches to position A (if
necessary).
8. Check the hydraulic oil level in the receiver.
9. Check that the drilling control levers are in the middle position and that
the emergency stop button is up.
4.1.2 Start-up
Start the power pack by pressing the START button.
If you start drilling at a new site, make sure that the voltage is adequate.
4.1.3 Stopping
Never stop the rig when a function (movement) is in progress, as it
may cause damage to the variable displacement pump.

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4.2 Monitoring and safety devices


The following controls prevent the drilling or stop the hydraulic power
pack and light the corresponding indicator light:
Phase sequence control
If the phase sequence is incorrect, the indicator light goes on and the
motors are prevented from starting.

Water pressure control


If the water pressure falls below 2.8 bar for over 4 seconds, the pressure
control of the device stops the drilling.

Air pressure control


If the shank lubrication pressure falls below 2.8 bar for over 10 seconds,
the pressure control of the device stops the drilling.

Hydraulic oil level control


If the oil level in the hydraulic oil tank decreases below the minimum limit,
the power pack will stop in 3 seconds.

Hydraulic oil temperature


The power pack stops if the oil temperature rises over 75C.

Compressed air too hot.


If the cooler is not cooling the compressed air adequately, this control
device stops the electric motor.
(Australia: the indicator light indicates a thermistor protection alarm.)

Overload of the electric motor of the hydraulic power pack


If the coil temperature rises over 155C or if the motor safety switch is
triggered, the power pack stops.

Compressor, water pump or high-pressure water pump (optional)


overload

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The following controls switch on an indicator light:


Oil return filter and pressure filter control
The indicator light goes on, if
the filter has become so dirty that it must be replaced.
the return filter of the power pack is clogged.
the pressure filter of the power pack is clogged.

Emergency-stopped
When any of the emergency stop buttons of the device is depressed, the
indicator light goes on and all motors stop.

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5 POWERPACK MAINTENANCE
5.1 Regular maintenance
Perform maintenance tasks regularly and take notes of the measures
performed.
The following list contains recommendations for regular maintenance tasks.

5.2 Check and note in the service manual


Operating hour meter reading
Hydraulic oil operating temperature
Pressure gauge readings
Abnormal running sounds
Significant changes in any of the items described above may require
additional inspections in order to determine their causes and perform the
necessary measures.
1. Clean the whole drilling rig externally to check for possible leaks.
2. Tighten the connections as necessary and replace the leaking
connectors and their hoses.
3. Check the cleanliness and tightness of the cooling system.
4. Take a sample of the hydraulic oil and check its chemical condition and
cleanliness every 6 months.
5. Replace the filters when the indicator is lit or every 6 months.
6. Check the cleanliness of the breather elements and replace them every
1,500 percussion hours or 6 months.
7. Check the hydraulic oil level.
8. Change the hydraulic oil at least once a year.
9. See the separate instructions for the electric motor maintenance.

5.3 Changing the hydraulic oil


The receiver must always be filled and oil added through the return
filter. Change the hydraulic oil at least once a year.

1. Drain the old oil.


2. Clean and flush the receiver thoroughly.
3. Replace the return filter and pressure filter.
4. Fill the receiver with oil recommended by Sandvik to the max. marking by
using an oil-filling pump.
5. Fill the hydraulic pumps through connection L1.
6. Tighten all connections.
7. Manually check the function of the movements one by one without any
load.

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Mantenimiento

Motores hidrulicos OMR, OMR C,


y OMRW N series 5 y 6
Versiones Metric

Lista de piezas de repuesto / mantenimiento manual

HN.12.O8.52 sustituye a HN.12.O7.52

ndice Pgina

Reparaciones gratuitas
.............................................................................................................. ......... 2
Taller de mantenimiento
.................................................................................................................. ......... 2

Imagen de despiece: OMR serie 6 con brida de espiga separada ...................................................... 3


Imagen de despiece: OMR y OMR C series 5 y 6 con brida de espiga separada ... .................... 4
Imagen de despiece: OMRW Nserie 5............... ............................................................................ 5

Lista de piezas de...............................................................................................................


repuesto ........... 6
Par de apriete .............................................................................................................. ........ 9
Desmontaje .................................................................................................................... ...........10
Ensamblaje....................................................................................................................... ...........14

06--1998 HN.12.O8.52 Libro 2 Parte 3

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Vederlagsfri reparation Vi gr opmrksom p at den vederlagsfrie reparation som er omtalt i Danfoss
Almindelige Leveringsbetingelser kun udfres hos Danfoss Nordborg eller hos Danfoss autori--
serede service shops (side 2).

Reparaciones gratuitas Le informamos de que las reparaciones gratuitas, tal y como se mencionan en las Condiciones generales de venta de Danfoss,
slo se llevan a cabo en Danfoss Nordborg o en los talleres de mantenimiento autorizados por Danfoss (pgina 2).

Kostenlose Reparatur Wir machen darauf aufmerksam, dass die in den Allgemeinen Lieferbedingungen von Danfoss
erwhnte kostenlose Reparatur nur bei Danfoss Nordborg oder bei den von Danfoss autorisier--
ten Kundendienstwerksttten ausgefhrt wird (Seite 2).

Rparation gratuite Nous faisons observer que la rparation gratuite mentionne dans les Conditions gnrales de
Vente de Danfoss ne devra tre effectue que dans les ateliers Danfoss
Nordborg ou dans les ateliers de dpannage agrs par Danfoss (page 2).

Talleres de reparacin autorizados Australia : Danfoss (Australia) Pty . Ltd., Melbourne


Austria : Hainzl Industriesysteme, GmbH., Linz
Blgica : N.V. Danfoss S.A., Bruselas
Brasil : Danfoss do Brasil Ind.e Com. Ltda., So Paulo
Canad : Danfoss Mfg. Ltd., Mississauga
Dinamarca : Danfoss Hydraulik A/S, Ganlse
Finlandia : OY Danfoss AB, Espoo
Francia : Danfoss S.a.r .l., T rappes (Pars)
Alemania : Danfoss GmbH., Offenbach am Main
Gran Bretaa : Danfoss Limited, Greenford (Londres)
Islandia : Hedinn V erslun HF , Reikiavik
India : Dantal Hydraulics PVT Ltd., Nueva Delhi
Italia : Danfoss s.r .l. Division Sordella, T urn
Japn : Danfoss K.K., Gotemba
Corea : Unitek Corporation, Sel
Holanda : Itho B.V , Schiedam
Nueva Zelanda : Danfoss (New Zealand) Limited, Auckland
Noruega : Danfoss A/S, Skui
Repblica de Sudfrica : Danfoss (Pty) Ltd., Johannesburgo
Singapur : Danfoss Industries Pte. Ltd., Singapur
Espaa : Danfoss S.A., San Sebastin de los Reyes, (Madrid)
Suecia : Danfoss AB, Mjlby
Suiza : Danfoss Werner Kuster AG, Frenkendorf
Turqua : Mert T eknik A.S., Estambul
Talleres de mantenimiento EE.UU. : Danfoss Fluid Power Div . Racine, Wisconsin

Australia : Danfoss (Australia) Pty . Ltd., Adelaide


Australia : Danfoss (Australia) Pty . Ltd., Brisbane
Australia : Danfoss (Australia) Pty . Ltd., Perth
Australia : Danfoss (Australia) Pty . Ltd., Sidney
Repblica Checa : Techno T rade, Olomouc
Grecia : A. Skoura & Co. E.E., Atenas
Nueva Zelanda : Danfoss (New Zealand) Limited, Christchurch
Taiwn : Symbridge Machinery Co. Ltd., T aipei

HN.12.O8.52

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Imagen de despiece OMR
Versin Metric, serie 6 con brida de espiga integrada

HN.12.O8.52

-- 3 --
Imagen de despiece
OMR y OMR C
Versin Metric, series 5 y 6 con brida de espiga separada

HN.12.O8.52

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Imagen de despiece OMRW N versin Metric, series 5 y 6

HN.12.O8.52

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Nmero por motor
Serie 6* Series 5 y 6 con brida de espiga separada
OMR OMR OMR C OMR OMR OMRW
Elemento
Piezas de repuesto Dimensin Cdigo no Brida Brida Brida Brida Brida OMRW N
A2 A2 A2 A4 C

1 Tornillo
M6: L = 16 mm 681X1989 6 6
M5: L = 16 mm 681X1961 6
M6: L = 16 mm 681X0247 6
M6: L = 25 mm 681X1454 6

2 A randela 9,9 x 6,1 x 0,5 mm 684X2047 6

3 Anillo junta guardapolvo


Eje ranur. 25
1, mm,
1 35,0 27,5 2,2 mm 633B0370 1
Eje ranur. 25
1, mm,
1
35,0 27,5 4,0 mm 151--1313 1 1 1
Eje cnico de 28,5 mm
Eje de 25 mm 35,0 28,5 4,0 mm 633B0010 1
Eje de 32 mm, 42,0 35,0 3,5 mm 633B3198 1 1 1

4 Brida de espiga
Eje ranur.25
1 mm,
1 (HPS) 151--5588 1 1
Eje ranur. 25
1, mm,
1 151--5458 1 1
Eje de 25 mm 151--5473 1
Eje de 25 mm 151--1827 1
Eje de 32 mm, (HPS) 151--5589 1 1
Eje de 32 mm 151--1734 1 1
Eje cnico de 35 mm 151--1988 1

5 Junta del eje


Eje ranur.25
1,mm,
1 (HPS) 39 28,6 4,9 mm, HSN 633B0414 1 1 1
Ranur. 25 mm,
1, 1
42,0 28,6 5,5 mm, NBR 633B3385 1 1 1 1
Eje cnico de 28,5 mm
Ranurado
25
1, mm,
1
42,0 28,6 5,5 mm, FPM 633B0323 1 1 1 1
Eje cnico de 28,5 mm
Eje de 32 mm, (HPS) 46 35 4,9 mm 633B0415 1 1
Eje de 32 mm, eje cnico de 35 48,0 35,0 5,5 mm, NBR 633B3273 1 1 1

6 Anillo trico
Ranurado
25
1, mm,
1
47,2 3,5 mm, NBR 633B1 191 1 1 1
Eje cnico de 28,5 mm
25 mm 48,0 2,0 mm, NBR 633B1333 1
Eje de 32 mm 53,0 2,0 mm, NBR 633B1528 1 1
Eje cnico de 35 mm 633B0063 1

7 Anillo de rodadura
Eje ranurado
1, 25
0,1
mm, 41,6 29 4 151--5708 1
Eje ranurado
1,1
25 mm,
Eje cnico de 28,5 mm 47,5 29,5 3,0 mm 151--1608 1 1 1 1

Eje de 32 mm 52,0 35,0 3,5 mm 151--1701 1 1 1


Eje cnico de 35 mm

8 Cojinete de agujas axial


Eje ranur. 25
1, mm,
1 42 28,7 4,5 151--5709 1
Eje ranur. 25
1, mm,
1
151--1458 111 1
Eje cnico de 28,5 mm
Eje de 32 mm
981X3198 1 1 1
Eje cnico de 35 mm

NBR: (Buna N, Perbunan) FPM: Viton (ISO 1629) HPS: Junta del eje de alta presin * Serie 6 con brida de espiga integrada

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Serie 6* Series 5 y 6 con brida de espiga separada
OMR OMR OMR C OMR OMR OMRW
Elemento
Piezas de repuesto Dimensin Cdigo no Brida Brida Brida Brida Brida OMRW N
A2 A2 A2 A4 C

9 Anillo de rodadura
Eje de 32 mm, 52,0 35,0 3,5 mm 151--1701 1 1 1
Eje cnico de 35 mm

10 Tuerca almenada
Eje cnico de 28,5 mm M20 1,5 681X8202 1
Eje cnico de 35 mm
M20 1,5 681X8235 1

11 Arandela
para eje cnico de 28,5 mm 44,0 20,5 4,0 684X2530 1 1
Eje cnico de 35 mm

12 Llave paralela
para eje de 25 mm A8 7
32 mm, DIN 6885 682L8035 1 1 1 1
para eje de 25 mm A8 7 31 mm 682L9007 1
para eje de 1 1/ 1/ 11/ pulgadas, B.S.46 682L8036 1 1 1 1
4 4 4
para eje de 32 mm A10 8 45 mm, DIN 6885 682L8019 1 1
para eje cnico de 28,5 mm B5 5
14 mm, DIN 6885 682L8016 1
Eje cnico de 35 mm B6 6
20 mm, DIN 6885 682L8021 1

13 Carcasa + eje de salida

14 Eje cardn
OMR 50 L = 96,6 mm 151--1812 1 1 1 1
OMR 50 L = 79,7 mm 151--2652 1 1
OMR 80 L = 101,0 mm 151--1813 1 1 1 1
OMR 80 L = 84,4 mm 151--2653 1 1
OMR 100 L = 104,5 mm 151--1814 1 1 1 1
OMR 100 L = 87,8 mm 151--2654 1 1
OMR 125 L = 109,0 mm 151--1815 1 1 1 1
OMR 125 L = 92,2 mm 151--2655 1 1
OMR 160 L = 115,0 mm 151--1816 1 1 1 1
OMR 160 L = 98,3 mm 151--2656 1 1
OMP 200 L = 122,0 mm 151--1817 1 1 1 1
OMR 200 L = 105,3 mm 151--2657 1 1
OMR 250 L = 131,0 mm 151--1818 1 1 1 1
OMR 250 L = 114,0 mm 151--2658 1 1
OMR 315 L = 142,0 mm 151--1819 1 1 1 1
OMR 315 L = 125,4 mm 151--2659 1 1
OMR 375 L = 152,5 mm 151--1820 1 1 1 1
OMR 375 L = 135,6 mm 151--2660 1 1

16 Anillo trico 90,0 2,0 mm, NBR 633B1301 3 3 3 3 3 3

17 Placa del distribuidor 151--1702 1 1 1 1 1 1

18 Set de ruedas dentadas


OMR 50 W = 9,0 mm 151--1 182 1 1 1 1 1 1
OMR 80 W = 14,0 mm 151--1 138 1 1 1 1 1 1
OMR 100 W = 17,4 mm 151--1 139 1 1 1 1 1 1
OMR 125 W = 21,8 mm 151--1 140 1 1 1 1 1 1
OMR 160 W = 27,4 mm 151--1 141 1 1 1 1 1 1
OMR 200 W = 34,8 mm 151--1 189 1 1 1 1 1 1
OMR 250 W = 43,5 mm 151--1 190 1 1 1 1 1 1
OMR 315 W = 54,8 mm 151--1191 1 1 1 1 1 1
OMR 375 W = 65,0 mm 151--1192 1 1 1 1 1 1

NBR: (Buna N, Perbunan) FPM: Viton (ISO 1629) HPS: Junta del eje de alta presin * Serie 6 con brida de espiga integrada

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Nmero por motor
Serie 6* Series 5 y 6 con brida de espiga separada
OMR OMR OMR C OMR OMR OMRW
Elemento
Piezas de repuesto Dimensin Cdigo no Brida Brida Brida Brida Brida OMRW N
A2 A2 A2 A4 C

19 Cubierta final
Motor para conexin lateral sin drenaje 150--5568 1
Motor para conexin lateral 151--1659 1 1 1 1
Motor para conexin final 151--1833 1 1

20 A randela
Motor para conexin lateral 11,9 8,2 1,0 mm 684X0076 7 7 7 7 7
Motor para conexin final 11,9 8,2 1,0 mm 684X0076 5 5

21 Tornillo
Motor para conexin lateral M8 1,25
OMR 50 l = 40mm 681X0180 7 7 7 7 7
OMR 80 l = 45 mm 681X0181 7 7 7 7 7
OMR 100 l = 45 mm 681X0181 7 7 7 7 7
OMR 125 l = 50 mm 681X0182 7 7 7 7 7
OMR 160 l = 55 mm 681X0183 7
OMR 160 l = 65 mm 681X0184 7 7 7 7
OMR 200 l = 65 mm 681X0185 7 7 7 7 7
OMR 250 l = 75 mm 681X0187 7 7 7 7 7
OMR 315 l = 85 mm 681X0189 7 7 7 7 7
OMR 375 l = 95 mm 681X0190 7 7 7 7 7

Motor para conexin final M8 1,25


OMR 50 l = 45 mm 681X0181 5 5
OMR 80 l = 50 mm 681X0182 5 5
OMR 100 l = 55 mm 681X0183 5 5
OMR 160 l = 65 mm 681X0185 5 5
OMR 200 l = 70 mm 681X0186 5 5
OMR 250 l = 80 mm 681X0188 5 5
OMR 315 l = 90 mm 681X0239 5 5
OMR 375 l = 100 mm 681X0240 5 5

22 Placa de nombre
Motor para conexin lateral -- aluminio 151A041 1 1 1 1 1
Motor para conexin lateral -- latn 151A0412 1 1 1
Motor para conexin final -- aluminio 151A0417 1 1

24 A randela 17,5 13,5 1,5 mm 684X2120 1 1 1 1 1

25 Tapn de drenaje 151--1524 1 1 1 1 1

26 Vlvula de control, incl. elemento 27


151--1076 2 2 2 2
15 --1995 2

27 Anillo trico 5,0 1,5 mm, NBR 633B1324 4 4 4 4 4

28 Tapn
Motor para conexin lateral -- tapn de plstico 633X0074 2 2 2 2 2
Motor de conexin final -- tapn de acero 631X9706 2 2
Motor para conexin final -- tapn de plstico 633X0074 2 2

NBR: (Buna N, Perbunan) FPM: Viton (ISO 1629) HPS: Junta del eje de alta presin * Serie 6 con brida de espiga integrada

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Nmero por motor
Serie 6* Series 5 y 6 con brida de espiga separada
OMR OMR OMR C OMR OMR OMRW
Elemento
Piezas de repuesto Dimensin Cdigo no Brida Brida Brida Brida Brida OMRW N
A2 A2 A2 A4 C

Maletn de piezas de recambio para motores


con HPS y eje ranur. 25 mm,
1, 151--1286 1
1 (series 5/6)

3 1 pzs. Junta guardapolvo 35 x 27,5 x 2,2 mm NBR 633B0370


5 1 pzs. Junta del eje (series 7/8) 39 x 28,6 x 4,9 mm HSN 633B0414
6 1 pzs. Anillo trico 47,2 x 3,5 mm NBR 633B1 191
6 1 pzs. Anillo trico 48 x 2 mm NBR 633B1333
16 3 pzs. Anillo trico 75,9 x 1,8 mm NBR 633B1 173
16 3 pzs. Anillo trico 90 x 2 mm NBR 633B1301
20 7 pzs. A randela 11,9 x 8,2 x 1 mm 684X0076

Maletn de piezas de recambio para motores


con junta de eje estndar y 151--1277 1 1 1** 1 1 1
eje ranur.
1,
25 mm,
1
(series 4/5 y 6)

3 1 pzs. Junta guardapolvo 32 x 27,0 x 4,0 mm NBR 151--1313


5 1 pzs. Junta del eje (series 5/6) 42 x 28,6 x 5,5 mm NBR 633B3385
5 1 pzs. Junta del eje (serie 4) 48 x 28,6 x 6,0 mm NBR 633B3209
6 1 pzs. Anillo trico 47,2 x 3,5 mm NBR 633B1 191
6 1 pzs. Anillo trico 48 x 2,0 mm NBR 633B1333
16 3 pzs. Anillo trico 90,0 x 2,0 mm NBR 633B1301
20 7 pzs. A randela 11,9 x 8,2 x 1,0 684X0076
24 1 pzs. A randela 17,5 x 13,5 x 1,5 684X2120

Maletn de piezas de recambio para motores


con eje de 35 mm 151--1166 1 1 1
(series 4/5 y 6)

2 6 pzs. A randela 9,0 x 6,1 x 0,5 mm 684X2047


3 1 pzs. Junta guardapolvo 42 x 35 x 3,5 mm NBR 633B3198
5 1 pzs. Cubierta para polvo 48 x 35 x 5,5 mm NBR 633B3273
6 1 pzs. Anillo trico 53 x 2 mm NBR 633B1528
6 1 pzs. Anillo trico 74,0 x 2,0 mm NBR 633B0063
16 3 pzs. Anillo trico 90,0 x 2,0 mm NBR 633B1301
20 7 pzs. A randela 11,9 x 8,2 x 1,0 684X0076
24 17,5 x 13,5 x 1,5 mm 17,5 x 13,5 x 1,5 mm 684X2120

NBR: (Buna N, Perbunan) FPM: Viton (ISO 1629) HPS: Junta del eje de alta presin

* Serie 6 con brida de espiga integrada


** Anillo junta guardapolvo excl. 633B0010

Par de apriete Elemento Nmero del cdigo Par (daNm) Par (lbf in)
1 681X1989 0,5 -- 0,8 45 -- 70
681X0247 0,5 -- 0,8 45 -- 70
681X1961 0,5 -- 1,0 45 -- 90
681X1454 1,2 -- 1,5 110 -- 130
681X8202 9,0 -- 11 800 --1000
10
681X8232 19 -- 21 1680 -- 1860
21 -- 3,0 -- 3,5 270 -- 315
25 -- 3,0 -- 6,0 270 -- 540
28 631X9706 5,0 -- 7,0 445 -- 620
NBR: (BUNA N, PERBUNAN).

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Herramientas especiales

Herramienta de sujecin principal (herradura):


Cdigo no: SJ 151--9000--1.

SJ 151--9000--12

SJ 151--9000--14

Mandril: Cdigo no: Mandril: Cdigo no: Herramienta de sujecin para motor con
SJ 151--0414 SJ 151--9000--7 brida de montaje cuadrada:
SJ 151F9000--7 Cdigo no: SJ 151--9000--12.

Herramienta de sujecin para OMRW N.


Cdigo no: SJ 151--9000--14.

Desmontaje ElementoParte a extraer Comentarios


10 Tuerca almenada
11 A randela
12 Llave paralela
28 Tapones de junta Placer motor i holdevrktj med udgangsaksel nederst.
Ved endeportsversion benyttes 10 mm unbrakongle.
Coloque el motor en una herramienta de sujecin, con el eje de salida hacia abajo.
En la versin para conexin final, utilice una llave de tuercas con. cabeza hueca hexago
Den Motor mit der Abtriebswelle nach unten im Haltewerkzeug
anbringen.
Bei der Ausfhrung mit Endanschlssen 10 mm Sechskantstift--
schlssel verwenden.
Placer moteur dans l outil arbre de sortie vers le bas.
Pour la version avec orifice l arrire, utiliser une cl Allen de
10 mm.

25, 24 Tapn de drenaje, Benyt 19 mm topngle.


arandela
Utilice una llave con cabeza hueca de 19 mm.
(Si hubiera) Einen 19 mm Steckschlssel verwenden
Utiliser cl douille 19 mm.

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Desmontaje ElementoParte a extraer Comentarios

21, 20 Tornillos, arandelas Benyt 13 mm topngle.


Utilice una llave con cabeza hueca de 13 mm.
Einen 13 mm Steckschlssel verwenden.
Utiliser cl douille 13 mm.

19 Cubierta final Fjern endedkslet sidevrts.


Retire la cubierta final lateralmente.
Den Enddeckel seitwrts entfernen.
Enlever le couvercle latralement.

18, 16 Set de ruedas dentadas Hold fingrene under tandhjulssttet for at forhindre delene i at
Anillos tricos (2 off) falde ud.
Mantenga los dedos bajo el set de ruedas dentadas para evitar que las partes
se caigan.
Die Finger unter dem Zahnradsatz halten, um zu verhindern,
da Teile herausfallen.
Tenir le jeu d engrenages par dessous pour ne pas perdre de
pices.

14 Eje cardn

17,16 Placa del distribuidor


Anillo trico

13 Eje de salida Motorer med integreret styreflange:


Motorhus placeres p arbejdsbord og akslen presses ud af motor--
huset.
Akslen og lejer br normalt ikke tages ud af OMRW N. nskes
dette alligevel for inspektion og rengring, fres akslen forlns
ud af huset. Det bagerste leje, kan derved forblive i huset. V end
herefter motoren.

Motores con brida de espiga integrada:


Coloque la carcasa del motor en la mesa de trabajo y presione el eje
hacia fuera de la carcasa del motor.
Normalmente, el eje y los cojinetes no se deben retirar del
OMRW N. Sin embargo, , si fuera necesario para la inspeccin y la limpieza,
retire el eje del extremo delantero de la carcasa. El cojinete trasero puede
permanecer en la carcasa. A continuacin, gire el motor. .

Motoren mit integrietem Dichtungsflansch:


Das Motorgehuse auf dem Arbeitstisch legen und die W elle aus
dem Motorgehuse pressen.
Welle und Lager sollten normalerweise nicht von OMR W N entfernt
werden. W enn aber notwendig zwecks Inspektion und Reinigung,
die W elle vorwrts aus dem Gehuse fhren. Das hintere Lager
kann somit im Gehuse bleiben. Hiernach den Motor wenden.
Moteur avec plaque porte joint intgre:
Placer le carter moteur sur l tabli et poussez sur l arbre pour la faire
sortir du carter moteur .
Normalement, il ne faut pas enlever larbre et les paliers de
lOMR W N, mais au besoin, pour permettre linspection et le
nettoyage, faire sortir larbre du carter par lavant.
Le palier arrire peut ainsi rester dans le carter . Retourner ensuite
le moteur .

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Desmontaje ElementoParte a extraer Comentarios
1 Tornillos (6 off) Anvend T orx--ngle type T30, 9 mm skruetrkker eller 4 mm
unbrakongle.
Utilice lave
una lTorx del tipo T30, un destornillador de 9 mm o una llave
con cabeza hueca . hexagonal de 4 mm.
Werkzeug: T orx--Schlssel T yp T30, 9 mm Schraubenzieher oder
4 mm Sechskantschlssel.
Utiliser: Cl T orx type T30, tournevis de 9 mm ou cl Allen de
4 mm.

2 A randela (6 off) Kun OMRW N


Solo OMRW N
Nur OMRW n
S applique seulement aux OMRW N

4 Brida de espiga

6, 7 Anillo trico, Motorer med integreret styreflange:


anillo de rodadura F jern leje og lbeskive fra motorhuset.
Motorer med separat styreflange:
Anvend 2 mm skruetrkker

Motores con brida de espiga integrada:


Retire el cojinete y el anillo de rodadura de la carcasa del motor.
Motores con brida de espiga separada:
Utilice un destornillador de 2 . mm.

Motoren mit integriertem Dichtungsflansch:


Lager und Scheibe aus dem Motorgehuse entfernen.
Motoren mit separatem Dichtungsflansch:
Einen 2 mm Schraubenzieher verwenden.

Moteur avec plaque porte joint intgre:


Retirer les butes et la bute billes du carter moteur .
Moteur avec plaque porte joint spare:
Utiliser un tournevis de 2 mm.

8 Cojinete de agujas

5 Junta del eje Motorer med integreret styreflange:


3 Junta guardapolvo Sl pakdsen forsigigt ud med dorn og plasthammer .
Motorer med separat styreflange:
Sl akselpakning / Stvttningsring ud med plasthammer .
Brug dorn SJ 151--9000--7 eller SJ 151F9000--7.

Motores con brida de espiga integrada:


Con un mandril y un martillo de plstico
, golpee con cuidado la junta del eje para
extraerla.
Motores con brida de espiga separada:
Golpee la junta del eje / junta guardapolvo con un martillo de plstico
. para extraerla.
Utilice el mandril SJ 151--9000--7 SJ 151F9000--7.

Motoren mit integrietem Dichtungsflansch:


Die Dichtung vorsichtig mit Dorn und Plasthammer herausschlagen
Motoren mit separatem Dichtungsflansch:
Die Wellendichtung / Staubdichtung mit Kunststoffhammer
herausschlagen. V erwenden Sie Dorn SJ 151--9000--7 oder
SJ 151F9000--7.

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Desmontaje ElementoParte a extraer Comentarios
5 Junta del eje Moteur avec plaque porte joint intgre:
3 Junta guardapolvo A l aide d un marteau en plastic et d un emporte--pice, chassez
dlicatement le joint d arbre

Moteur avec plaque porte joint spare:


Faites sortir les joint d arbre/anti--poussire l aide d un marteau
plastique. Utilisez l outil SJ 151--9000--7 ou SJ 151F9000--7.

9 Anillo de rodadura Kun OMR/OMRW N med 32mm/28,5 mm konisk aksel.


Anvend 2 mm skruetrkker.

Solo OMR/OMRW N con eje cnico de 32 mm/28,5 mm.

Utilice un destornillador de 2
. mm

Nur OMR/OMRW N mit 32 mm/28,5 mm kegelige Welle.


Einen 2 mm Schraubenzieher verwenden.
Seulement OMR/OMRW N avec 32 mm/arbre conique de

28,5 mm. Utiliser tournevis de 2 mm.

26 Vlvulas de control Kun OMR med kontraventiler


(2 off) Trk kontraventilerne ud med fx en nedslebet (afkortet)
3,5 mm snittap.
Solo OMR con vlvulas de control
Saque la vlvula de control, por ejemplo, con un
macho de roscar de 3.5 mm (corto).
Nur OMR mit Rckschlagventilen
Die Rckschlagventile herausziehen, z.B. mit einem
abgeschliffenen (verkrzten) 3,5 mm Gewindebohrer .
Seulement OMR avec des clapets anti--retour
Pour les sortir , utiliser par ex. un taraud 3,5 mm (raccourci).

Rensning
Rengr omhyggeligt alle dele i aromatfattig petroleum.
Kontrol og udskiftning
Kontroller omhyggeligt alle dele og skift dem ud hvis ndvendigt.
Smring
Smr alle enkeltdele ind i hydraulikolie fr samling og indfedt gummidele med vaseline.

Limpieza
Limpie con cuidado todas las partes utilizando queroseno poco aromatizado.
Inspeccin y sustitucin
Compruebe todas las partes minuciosamente y sustityalas
. si es necesario.
Lubricacin
Antes del ensamblaje
, lubrique todas las partes con aceite hidrulico y engrase las partes de goma con vaselina.

Reinigung
Alle T eile sorgfltig in aromatarmem Petroleum reinigen.
Kontrolle und Auswechslung
Alle T eile sorgfltig kontrollieren und falls notwendig, auswechseln.
Schmieren
Alle Einzelteile vor der Montage mit Hydraulikl einschmieren, und die Gummiteile mit V aseline
einfetten.

Nettoyage
Nettoyer soigneusement toutes les pices dans du ptrole faible teneur en additifs.
Vrification et remplacement
Vrifier soigneusement toutes les pices et les remplacer s il y a lieu.
Lubrification
Avant le remontage, enduire toutes les pices d huile hydraulique, et graisser les pices de
caoutchouc avec de la vaseline.

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Ensamblaje ElementoPieza a montar Comentarios
Placer motorhuset i holdevrktjet med flangen verst.
Coloque la carcasa del motor en la herramienta de sujecin con la brida hacia arriba.
Das Motorgehuse mit dem Flansch nach oben im Haltewerk--
zeug anbringen.
Placer le carter du moteur dans l outil, bride vers le haut.
26 Vlvulas de control Kun OMR med kontraventiler
(2 off) Indfedt kontraventilerne (med nye O--ringe) og monter dem i
boringerne med lette slag af en plasthammer .
Solo OMR con vlvulas de control
Engrase las vlvulas de control (equipadas con anillos tricos nuevos) y encjelas en
sus orificios dando ligeros golpes con un martillo de plstico.
.
Nur OMR mit Rckschlagventilen
Rckschlagventile (mit neuen O--Ringen) einfetten und mit
leichten Schlgen mit einem Kunststoffhammer in den
Bohrungen anbringen.
Seulement OMR avec des clapets anti--retour
Enduire de graisse les clapets antiretour avec nouveaux joints
toriques et les mettre en place dans les alsages en tapant
lgrement avec un marteau plastique.

9 Anillo de rodadura Kun OMR/OMRW N med 32mm/28,5 mm konisk aksel.


Solo OMR/OMRW N con eje cnico de 32 mm/28,5 mm.
Nur OMR/OMRW N mit 32 mm/28,5 mm kegelige Welle.
Seulement OMR/OMRW N avec 32 mm/arbre conique de
28,5 mm.

5 Junta del eje Motorer med integreret styreflange:


Smr pakdsen med hydraulikolie indvendig og udvendig.
Placer pakdsen korrekt p montagedorn SJ 151--0414 og pres
den forsigtig p plads i motorhuset.
Motorer med separat styreflange:
Sl pakningen p plads i styreflangen. Kontroller at pakningen
lgger an mod dkslets reces. Brug dorn SJ 151--9000--7 eller
SJ 151F9000--7.

Motores con brida de espiga integrada:


Lubrique la junta del eje por el lado exterior con aceite hidrulico. Encaje la
junta del eje correctamente en el mandril SJ 151--0414 y colquela con cuidado
en la carcasa del motor.
Motores con brida de espiga separada:
Encaje la junta con golpes ligeros en la brida de espiga. Compruebe que la
junta queda contra la ranura de la cubierta. Utilice el mandril SJ 151--9000--7
SJ 151F9000--7.

Motoren mit integrietem Dichtungsflansch:


Die Wellendichtung mit Hydrailikl auf Innen-- und auenseite
schmieren. Die Dichtung korrekt auf Dorn SJ 151--0414 anbringen
und vorsichtig an ihren Platz im Motorgehuse drcken.
Motoren mit separatem Dichtungsflansch:
Die Dichtung im Steuerflansch an ihren Platz schlagen. Kontrol--
lieren, ob die Dichtung an der V ertiefung des Deckels anliegt.
Verwenden Sie Dorn SJ 151--9000--7 oder SJ 151F9000--7.

Moteur avec plaque porte joint intgre:


Lubrifier le joint d arbre sur sa contour extrieur avec de l huile
hydraulique. Positionnez--le sur correctement l outil SJ 151 0414 et
positionnez dlicatement le joint d arbre dans le carter moteur .
Moteur avec plaque porte joint spare:
Placer le joint dans la bride de centrage et taper pour le mettre
en place; s assurer qu il est blotti dans le recs. Utiliser pointenau
SJ 151--9000--7 ou SJ 151F9000--7.

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Ensamblaje ElementoPieza a montar Comentarios

3 Anbring stvttningsringen i styreflangen og bank den p


Anillo junta guardapolvo
plads med en plasthammer og passende dorn.
SJ 151--9000--7 eller SJ 151F9000--7.

Coloque el anillo de junta guardapolvo en la brida de espiga y golpelo para llevarlo a


su posicin con un martillo de plstico y con un mandril apropiado.
SJ 151--9000--7 SJ 151F9000--7.

Den Staubdichtungsring im Steuerflansch anbringen und mit


einem Kunststoffhammer und passendem Dorn an seinen Platz
schlagen. SJ 151--9000--7 oder SJ 151F9000--7.

Placer le joint anti--poussire dans bride de centrage et le taper


en place avec marteau plastique et pointeau adquat.
SJ 151--9000--7 ou SJ 151F9000--7.

7, 6 Anillo de rodadura, Motorer med integreret styreflange:


Anillo trico Leje og lbeskive placeres p akslen og monteres sammen med
denne.
Motorer med separat styreflange:
Indfedt O--ring i vaseline og monter lbeskiven og O--ringen
i styreflangen.

Motores con brida de espiga integrada:


Encaje el cojinete y el anillo de rodadura en el eje y mntelos junto
con el eje.
Motores con brida de espiga separada:
Engrase el anillo trico con vaselina y encaje el anillo de rodadura y
el anillo trico en la brida de espiga.

Motoren mit integrietem Dichtungsflansch:


Lager und Scheibe auf die Welle platzieren und zusammen ein
bauen.
Motoren mit separatem Dichtungsflansch:
O--Ring mit V aseline einfetten und Laufscheibe und O--Ring im
Zentrierflansch montieren.

Moteur avec plaque porte joint intgre:


Monter les butes et la bute billes sur l arbre et monter
l ensemble dans le carter moteur .
Moteur avec plaque porte joint spare:
Enduire le joint torique de vaseline et monter la bute billes et le
joint torique dans la plaque porte joint.

8 Cojinete de agujas

4 Brida de espiga Drej s hullerne flugter .


Gire de manera que los orificios queden alineados.
So drehen, da die Lcher fluchten.
Ajuster pour aligner les trous.

2 A randela Kun OMRW N


Solo OMRW N
Nur OMRW N
Seulement OMRW N

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Ensamblaje ElementoPieza a montar Comentarios
1 Tornillos (6 off) Tilspndingsmoment
Torx skruer M6 : 0,5--0,8 daNm
Krvskruer M6 : 0,5--0,8 daNm
Unbrakoskruer M5: 0,5--1,0 daNm
Unbrakoskruer M5: 1,2--1,5 daNm
Vend herefter motoren.

Par de apriete
Tornillos Torx M6 : 0,5--0,8 daNm(45--70 lbf in (in--lbs))
Tornillos ranurados M6 : 0,5--0,8 daNm (45--70 lbf in (in--lbs))
Tornillos de cabeza hueca hexagonal
0,5--1,0
M5:daNm (45--70 lbf in (in--lbs))
Tornillos de cabeza hueca hexagonal
1,2--1,5
M5:daNm (45--70 lbf in (in--lbs))
A continuacin, gire el motor.
.

Anzugsmoment
Torx Schrauben M6 : 0,5--0,8 daNm
Schlitzschrauben M6 : 0,5--0,8 daNm
Sechskantstift--Schrauben M5: 0,5--1,0 daNm
Sechskantstift--Schrauben M5: 1,2--1,5 daNm
Hiernach den Motor wenden.

Couple de serrage
vis T orx M6 : 0,5--0,8 daNm
vis encoche M6: 0,5--0,8 daNm
vis Allen M5 : 0,5--1,0 daNm
vis Allen M5 : 1,2--1,5 daNm
Retourner ensuite le moteur .

13 Eje de salida Akselslerne smres med hydraulikolie.


P akselenden skal der markeres et punkt lodret over et kommu--
teringsspor der har forbindelse til forreste ringkanal.
Akslen p OMRW N fres bagfra ind i motorhuset med det
bagerste nleleje monteret p akslen. Sl med lette slag med
plasthammer p akslen til den flugter med husets bagside.
Kontroller at akslen nemt drejer rundt.

Engrase las mangas con aceite hidrulico.


Antes de encajar el extremo trasero del eje debe hacerse una marca sobre l. La marca
hacerse de manera vertical, por encima de la ranura de cambio que conduce al
canal anular frontal.
Para OMRW N, vuelva a llevar el eje hacia la carcasa del motor con
el cojinete de agujas trasero encajado en el eje. Coloque el eje alineado con la
la parte trasera de motor dando golpecitos suaves con un
martillo de. Compruebe
plstico. que el eje gira con facilidad.

Die Gleitlager mit Hydraulikl einschmieren.


Am Wellenende mu senkrecht ber eine Kommutierungsrille, die
Verbindung mit dem vorderen Ringkanal hat, eine Markierung
gemacht werden.
Bei OMRW N, die Welle von hinten in das Gehuse einfhren,
indem das hintere Nadellager auf der Welle montiert ist. Der Welle
leichte Schlge eines Kunststoffhammers zufgen, um sie mit der
Rckseite des Gehuses zu fluchten zu bringen.
Kontrollieren, da die Welle unbehindert dreht.

Enduire les tourillons de l huile pour systmes hydrauliques.


Pour arbres marquer au bout de larbre arrire la position qui se
trouver verticalement une voie de commutation lie au canal
annulaire plac en tte.
Pour lOMRW N, faire entrer larbre par larrire dans le carter du
moteur , la bute aiguilles arrire tant monte sur larbre. Faire
affleurer larbre et larrire du carter en frappant lgrement sur
larbre avec un marteau plastique.
Vrifier que larbre tourne facilement.

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Ensamblaje ElementoPieza a montar Comentarios
16 Anillo trico Indfedt O--ring og lg den i husets O--ringsrille.
Engrase el anillo trico y colquelo en el ranura de la carcasa para el anillo trico.
Den O--Ring einfetten und in die O--Ring--Rille des Gehuses
legen.
Graisser le joint et le placer dans sa rainure dans le carter .

17 Placa del distribuidor Drej fordelerpladen, s hullerne flugter .


Gire la placa del distribuidor de manera que los orificios queden alineados.
Die V erteilerplatte so drehen, da die Lcher fluchten.
Ajuster la plaque de distribution pour aligner les trous.

14 Eje cardn Fr kardanakslen ned i motorhuset.


Nr der er forskel p splinelngden, vendes kardanakslen s--
ledes, at den lange splinende monteres i udgangsakslen.
Overfr markering fra udgangsaksel til kardanaksel.

Introduzca el eje cardn en la carcasa del motor.


En caso de que las ranuras tengan diferentes longitudes, gire el eje cardn para asegu
el extremo de las ranuras largas est encajado con el eje de salida.
Transfiera la marca del eje de salida al eje cardn.

Kardanwelle in das Motorgehuse einfhren.


Bei unterschiedlichen V erzahnungslngen ist die Kardanwelle so
zu richten, da lange V erzahnungsendstck in der Abriebswelle
montiert wird.
Die Markierung von der Abtriebswelle auf die Kardanwelle bertragen.

Glisser l arbre cardan dans le carter du moteur .


Si les cannelures sont diffrentes de longeur , tourner larbre
cardan de faon que lextrmit cannele la plus longue est
monte dans larbre de sortie.
Reporter le marquage de larbre de sortie larbre cardan.

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Ensamblaje ElementoPieza a montar Comentarios
18, 16 Set de ruedas dentadas,
Placer O--ringene (indfedtet) i tandkransens O--ringsriller .
Anillos tricos
I de tandhjul hvor splines ikke er gennemgende, vendes tand--
hjulet s fridrejning vender ned mod huset.
Placer tandhjulssttet p kardanakslen, s en tandtop i tand--
hjulets udvendige fortanding er lodret over mrket p kardan--
akslen.

Drej tandhjulssttet mod uret indtil kardanakslen og tandhjul


gr i indgreb (15). Drej tandkransen, s hullerne til skruerne
flugter .

Coloque los anillos tricos (engrasados) en la ranura para anillo trico


de la rueda dentada.
En las ruedas dentadas cuya ranura no las atraviesa por completo, coloque la rueda de
con el hueco en el orificio de la ranura hacia abajo en direccin a la
carcasa.
Coloque el set de ruedas dentadas en el eje de cardn de manera que la parte superior
de uno de los dientes externos de la rueda dentada quede verticalmente
por encima de la seal del eje cardn.
Gire el contador del set de ruedas dentadas en el sentido horario hasta que el eje card
). Gire la llanta de la rueda dentada de
y la rueda dentada empiecen a engranar(15
manera que los orificios queden alineados con los tornillos.

Die O--Ringe (eingefettet) in den O--Ring--Rillen des Zahnkranzes


anbringen.
Einen Zahnradsatz mit Zahanrad ohne durchgehende
Verzahnung so wenden da die Seite ohne V erzahnung gegen
das Motorgehuse gekehrt ist.
Den Zahnradsatz so auf der Kardanwelle anbringen, da sich
ein Zahnkopf in der Aussenverzahnung des Zahnrads senkrecht
ber der Markierung der Kardanwelle befindet.
Den Zahnradsatz gegen den Uhrzeigersinn drehen, bis Kardan--
welle und Zahnrad im Eingriff sind (15 ).

Den Zahnradkranz drehen, bis die Schraubenlcher fluchten.

Placer les joints toriques (graisss) dans leurs rainures dans la


couronne dente.
Si les cannelures ne sont pas du type traversant, orienter la roue
dente avec la gorge de dgagement contre le carter .
Placer le jeu d engrenages sur l arbre cardan de faon ce
qu un sommet de dent de la denture extrieure du rotor se
trouve au--dessus de la rainure dans l arbre a cardan.
Tourner le jeu d engrenages en sens inverse d horloge jusqu
engagement de l arbre cardan dans la roue dente (15 ).

Tourner la couronne dente pour faire aligner les trous vis.

19 Cubierta final Drej endedkslet s hullerne flugter .


Gire la cubierta final de manera que los orificios queden alineados.
Den Enddeckel so drehen, da die Lcher fluchten.
Tourner le couvercle pour faire aligner les trous.

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Ensamblaje ElementoPieza a montar Comentarios
20, 21 A randela
, tornillos Benyt 13 mm topngle.
Tilspndingsmoment: 3,0--3,5 daNm.
Utilice una llave con cabeza hueca de 13 mm.
Par de apriete: 3,0--3,5 daNm (265--310 lbf in (in--lbs)).
Den 13 mm Steckschlssel verwenden.
Anzugsmoment: 3,0--3,5 daNm.
Utiliser cl douille de 13 mm.
Couple de serrage: 3,0 3,5 daNm.

24, 25 A randela
, Benyt 19 mm topngle.
tapn de drenaje Tilspndingsmoment: 3 --6 daNm

Utilice una llave con cabeza hueca de 19 mm.


Par de apriete: 3--6 daNm (270--315 lbf in).

Den 19 mm Steckschlssel verwenden.


Anzugsmoment: 3--6 daNm.

Utiliser cl douille 19 mm.


Couple de serrage: 3 6 daNm.

28 Tapones de junta Endeportsversion


Tapn roscado Skru plastpropper i endeportene.
(Si hubiera) Skru propperne i sideportene med 10 mm unbrakongle.
Tilspndingsmoment: 5--7 daNm.
Sideportsversion: Skru plastpropper i.

Versin conexin Enrosque


final: los tapones de plstico en las conexiones finales.
Enrosque los tapones en las conexiones laterales con ayuda de una llave con cabeza hu
hexagonal.
.
Par de apriete: 5--7 daNm (445--620 lbf in (in--lbs)).
Versin conexin lateral
Enroscar los tapones de plstico.

Ausgabe mit Endanschlssen


Kunststoffstopfen in die Endanschlsse einschrauben.
Stopfen in die Seitenanschlsse mit 10 mm Sechskantstift--
schlssel einschrauben.
Anzugsmoment: 5--7 daNm.
Ausgabe mit Seitenanschlssen: Kunstoffstopfen einschrauben.

V ersion avec orifice l arrire


Visser les bouchons dans les orifices arrires.
Visser les bouchons dans les orifices
latraux avec une cl Allen de 10 mm.
Version avec orifices latraux: Visser les bouchons en place.

12 Llave paralela Sikres med tape eller plastring.


Asegrela con cinta o con anillo de plstico.
Mit T ape oder Kunststoffring sichern.
Attacher avec du scotch ou un anneau en matire plastique.

11 A randela

10 Tuerca almenada

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