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INDUSTRIAL SHREDDER

MODEL K 13/50

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
FOR USE AND MAINTENANCE

ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS
MM405815 Rev. 0

It is compulsory for the personnel in charge of the installation, running and maintenance of the
shredder to read this text before starting any operation.

SatrindTech S.r.l. declines any responsibility should the user make any alterations to the
shredder or use it in ways other than those indicated in this manual.

A copy of this manual with all its annexes should always be available to the personnel in
charge of the machine for consultation purposes and should therefore be kept near the
shredder in a clearly visible position and protected by a cover in order to prevent its
deterioration.

All the data and illustrations contained herein, including the SatrindTech trademark, are the
exclusive property of SatrindTech S.r.l.

Under the law which protects the copyright of such content, it may not be used by third parties
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This publication may be changed without notice where the modifications relate to the safety of
the machinery (configurations and requirements) owned by the customer.

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MANUFACTURER AND MACHINE IDENTIFICATION DATA

Manufacturer SatrindTech S.r.l.

Via F. Baracca, 2
20010 Arluno (Milano) – Italy
Address
Tel. +39 02 90376683 / Fax +39 02 90376721
info@satrindtech.com www.satrindtech.com

Machine Industrial Shredder Model K 13/50

Serial No. 405815

Order No. 751315

Year of construction 2015

Blades assembly 25 blades, 1 hook, 50 mm tickness

Blades schema I02-0024

Motor speed 3.540 rpm

General lay-out S02-2232

Shafts number 2

Shredder inlet 1.258x850 mm

Hydraulic diagram S44-0012

Wiring Diagram SE02-4001


Electric Components
SD02-4001-0
List
Power 37 kW

Voltage / Frequency 220 V / 60 A

aM fuses 80 A

Motor’s cable section 25 mm2

Intended use Shredding of hospital waste

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. GENERAL INFORMATION .................................................................................. 7


1.1 INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................... 7
1.2 GUARANTEE .......................................................................................................................... 7
1.3 CUSTOMER’S RESPONSIBILITIES ....................................................................................... 8
1.4 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE .................................................................................................... 8
1.5 SPARE PARTS ....................................................................................................................... 8
1.6 CONVENTIONAL GRAPHICS AND GLOSSARY ................................................................... 8
1.7 CERTIFICATION OF THE SHREDDER AND ITS COMPONENTS ....................................... 9
1.8 SHREDDER CROSS-REFERENCE ..................................................................................... 10
2. SAFETY AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION ......................................................... 11
2.1 GENERAL INFORMATION ................................................................................................... 11
2.2 INTENDED USE .................................................................................................................... 12
2.3 INCORRECT AND/OR IMPROPER USE AND BEHAVIOUR .............................................. 13
2.3.1 Explosive Atmosphere ....................................................................................................... 14
2.4 WORK AND CONTROL AREAS ........................................................................................... 14
2.5 MAINTENANCE AREAS ....................................................................................................... 14
2.6 RISKS, PROTECTIONS, WARNINGS AND NOTICES ........................................................ 15
2.6.1 General Safety ................................................................................................................... 15
2.6.2 Safety devices series K 50 HP .......................................................................................... 16
2.6.3 Risks in the environment where the shredder is installed ................................................. 17
2.6.4 Residual risks .................................................................................................................... 18
2.6.4.1 During the normal running operations ..................................................................... 18
2.6.4.2 During routine maintenance ..................................................................................... 18
2.6.5 Warning and accident prevention plates ........................................................................... 19
2.7 PREARRANGEMENTS FOR INSTALLATION ..................................................................... 21
2.7.1 Environmental conditions of storage and operation .......................................................... 21
2.7.2 Installation site ................................................................................................................... 21
2.7.3 Lighting .............................................................................................................................. 22
2.7.4 Personnel in charge ........................................................................................................... 22
3. DESCRIPTION OF SHREDDER AND TECHNICAL DETAILS ......................... 23
3.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF SHREDDER ........................................................................ 23
3.1.1 Motor drive ......................................................................................................................... 23
3.1.2 Constant-power machine operation................................................................................... 23
3.1.3 Logic design for hydraulic oil temperature ......................................................................... 24
3.2 OPERATING PRINCIPLE ..................................................................................................... 25
3.2.1 Shredding process series K 50 HP.................................................................................... 25
3.2.2 Automatic reverse for overloading ..................................................................................... 26
3.3 MAIN UNITS OF THE SHREDDER ...................................................................................... 27
3.3.1 Main parts of the series K 50 HP ....................................................................................... 27
3.4 DESCRIPTION OF THE MAIN COMPONENTS ................................................................... 28
3.4.1 Support stand for K 50 HP series ...................................................................................... 28
3.4.2 Feeding Hopper ................................................................................................................. 29
3.4.2.1 Standard Hopper for K 50 HP series .......................................................................... 29
3.4.3 Shredding chamber ........................................................................................................... 30
3.4.3.1 Chamber for K 50 HP series ....................................................................................... 31
3.4.4 Motor drive ......................................................................................................................... 32
3.4.4.1 Motor drive for K 50 HP series .................................................................................. 32
3.4.5 Hydraulic system ............................................................................................................... 33
3.4.5.1 Hydraulic system for K 50 HP series .......................................................................... 33
3.4.6 Electric system................................................................................................................... 36
3.5 TECHNICAL FEATURES ...................................................................................................... 37
3.6 DECLARATION OF THE SOUND EMISSION VALUES ....................................................... 39
4. INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION ............................................................. 41

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4.1 PACKING, HANDLING, SHIPMENT AND TRANSPORT ..................................................... 41


4.1.1 Packing and shipment ....................................................................................................... 41
4.1.2 Unloading operations ......................................................................................................... 41
4.1.3 Unpacking .......................................................................................................................... 41
4.1.4 Prearrangements for installation........................................................................................ 42
4.2 LIFTING AND ASSEMBLY OF THE SHREDDER ................................................................ 43
4.2.1 Lifting of the shredding chamber for K 50HP series .......................................................... 45
4.3 PLACING OF THE SWITCHBOARD .................................................................................... 46
4.4 CONNECTING THE HYDRAULIC POWER PACK ............................................................... 47
4.4.1 Hydraulic power pack ........................................................................................................ 47
4.4.2 Cleaning of the hydraulic circuit......................................................................................... 48
4.4.3 Hydraulic connections ....................................................................................................... 48
4.4.3.1 Shredder for K 50 HP series ....................................................................................... 49
4.4.4 Wirings to the electric switchboard .................................................................................... 50
4.4.5 Wirings to the mains power supply .................................................................................... 51
5. SETTING AND FIRST START-UP ..................................................................... 53
5.1 PREPARATION, INSPECTIONS AND TESTS BEFORE START-UP. ................................. 53
5.1.1 Grid holder (if installed) ..................................................................................................... 53
5.1.2 Motor .................................................................................................................................. 53
5.1.3 Transformer ....................................................................................................................... 53
5.1.4 Thermal relay ..................................................................................................................... 53
5.1.5 Current transformer CT ..................................................................................................... 53
5.1.6 Oil lubrication before starting ............................................................................................. 54
5.1.7 Hydraulic Oil before starting .............................................................................................. 56
5.2 FIRST START-UP (NO LOAD START-UP) .......................................................................... 57
5.2.1 Start-up and checks sequence .......................................................................................... 57
5.3 ADJUSTMENTS ON BOARD THE SHREDDER .................................................................. 60
5.3.1 Adjustments ....................................................................................................................... 60
5.3.2 P.C. BOARD E1098 .......................................................................................................... 60
5.3.2.1 Terminals ................................................................................................................... 61
5.3.2.2 Trimmers ................................................................................................................... 62
5.3.2.3 Signals ........................................................................................................................ 62
5.3.2.4 Jumpers ..................................................................................................................... 63
5.3.3 Setting of the reversals counter for machine stop on P.C. board E1098 .......................... 64
5.3.3.1 DIP Switches .............................................................................................................. 64
5.3.4 P.C. BOARD E1120 .......................................................................................................... 65
5.3.4.1 Terminals................................................................................................................... 65
5.3.4.2 Potenziometers ......................................................................................................... 67
5.3.4.3 LED description ......................................................................................................... 67
6. SHREDDER OPERATION ................................................................................. 69
6.1 OPERATION AND ALARM CONTROLS AND INDICATORS .............................................. 70
6.1.1 Controls and indicators K 50 HP series ............................................................................. 70
6.1.2 Operator panel function ..................................................................................................... 73
6.1.2.1 Message on display ............................................................................................. 74
6.1.2.2 HYDRAULIC POWER PACK CODE LIST ........................................................................ 76
6.1.3 Programmable logic controller panel function (PLC) ......................................................... 77
6.1.3.1 Main page .............................................................................................................. 78
6.2 STARTING SEQUENCE ....................................................................................................... 79
6.2.1 Vessel substitution ............................................................................................................. 80
6.2.2 Running-in period .............................................................................................................. 80
6.3 SHREDDER STOP ................................................................................................................ 81
6.3.1 Normal stop ....................................................................................................................... 81
6.3.2 Stop at the end of work ...................................................................................................... 81
6.3.3 Emergency stop ................................................................................................................. 81
6.3.4 Reset ................................................................................................................................. 81
6.4 ELECTRONIC CONTROLS .................................................................................................. 82
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6.4.1 Automatic reverse for overloading ..................................................................................... 82


6.5 ANOMALOUS SITUATIONS, EMERGENCIES, ALARMS ................................................... 83
6.5.1 Hydraulic power pack electric motor thermal jam.............................................................. 83
6.5.2 Heat exchanger electric motor thermal jam ....................................................................... 83
6.5.3 Hydraulic power pack oil overheating ................................................................................ 83
6.5.4 Oil filter electric vacuum gauge ......................................................................................... 84
6.5.5 Oil level .............................................................................................................................. 84
6.5.6 Oil heater (where present) ................................................................................................. 84
6.5.7 Oil tap ................................................................................................................................ 84
6.5.8 Thermistor device .............................................................................................................. 84
6.5.9 Boards Lock ....................................................................................................................... 84
6.5.10 Reset after an emergency ............................................................................................. 84
6.6 CLEANING AND PUTTING THE MACHINE OUT OF SERVICE ......................................... 85
6.6.1 Cleaning of the shredder ................................................................................................... 85
6.6.2 Putting the machine out of service .................................................................................... 85
6.6.3 Shredder removal and/or reallocation ............................................................................... 85
6.6.4 Reallocation and installation .............................................................................................. 86
7. MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................ 87
7.1 TOOL SUPPLIED FOR INTERVENTIONS ON THE BLADES ............................................. 88
7.2 CHECKS WHICH CAN BE PERFORMED DURING SHREDDER NORMAL OPERATION 89
7.2.1 Oil levels ............................................................................................................................ 89
7.2.2 Hydraulic power pack filter ................................................................................................ 89
7.2.3 Intermediate seals control ................................................................................................. 90
7.2.3.1 Seals K 50 HP series ................................................................................................... 91
7.3 CHECKS RESERVED TO THE MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN .......................................... 92
7.3.1 Hydraulic oil replacement of the hydraulic power pack ..................................................... 92
7.3.2 Blades ................................................................................................................................ 93
7.3.3 Tightening the blades pack ................................................................................................ 94
7.3.3.1 Tightening the blades pack K 50 HP series ................................................................ 94
7.3.4 Dismantling the blades pack.............................................................................................. 97
7.3.4.1 Dismantling the blades pack series K 50 HP .............................................................. 97
7.3.5 Reassembling the blades .................................................................................................. 99
7.3.5.1 Blades pack K 50 HP series ........................................................................................ 99
7.3.6 Motion tests ..................................................................................................................... 101
7.3.7 Final settings .................................................................................................................... 102
7.3.7.1 Shredder for 2R 75÷300 HP series........................................................................... 102
7.3.7.2 Final torque intervention ........................................................................................ 103
7.3.8 Lubrication with grease of the hydraulic power pack electric motor ................................ 104
7.3.9 Replacing lubricating oils ................................................................................................. 105
7.4 BLADE SHARPENING ........................................................................................................ 106
7.5 HEAT EXCHANGER MAINTENANCE ................................................................................ 107
7.5.1 Maintenance of cooling groups........................................................................................ 107
7.6 SHREDDER DEMOLITION ................................................................................................. 108
8. MAIN FAULTS AND FAILURES ...................................................................... 109
9. ATTACHMENTS .............................................................................................. 111

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LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 2-1 – Safety devices installed – Typical ..................................................................................... 16
Figure 3-1 – Operating Principle – Typical ............................................................................................ 25
Figure 3-2 – Main units for single hydraulic motor series K 50 HP ....................................................... 27
Figure 3-3 – Support stand for K 50 HP series ..................................................................................... 28
Figure 3-4 –Support stand for K 50 HP series ...................................................................................... 29
Figure 3-5 – Chamber for K 50 HP series ............................................................................................. 31
Figure 3-6 – Motor drive for K 50 HP series .......................................................................................... 32
Figure 3-7 – Hydraulic system for series K 50 HP ................................................................................ 34
Figure 3-8 – Oil tank within hydraulic power pack for K 50 HP series .................................................. 35
Figure 4-1 – How to lift the shredding chamber for K 50 HP series ...................................................... 45
Figure 4-2 - Hydraulic power pack ........................................................................................................ 47
Figure 5-1 – Shredder lubrication oils series 50 HP .............................................................................. 55
Figure 5-2– Hydraulic power pack - Hydraulic oil filling (K50HP).......................................................... 56
Figure 5-3 – Heater exchanger – air flow .............................................................................................. 58
Figure 5-4 – P.C. Board E1098 ............................................................................................................. 60
Figure 7-1 – Additional seals – Typical K50HP ..................................................................................... 91
Figure 7-2 – Front seals for 50HP series ............................................................................................ 100
Figure 7-3 - Greasing points of the hydraulic power pack electric motor ............................................ 104
Figure 7-4 – Blade sharpening ............................................................................................................ 106

LIST OF TABLES
Table 1-1 – Shredder series .................................................................................................................. 10
Table 2-1 – Warning plates against potential hazards ........................................................................... 19
Table 3-1 – Weights [kg]........................................................................................................................ 37
Table 3-2 – Dimensions [mm] ............................................................................................................... 38
Table 3-3 – Level of average acoustic pressure ................................................................................... 39
Table 4-1 – Assembly of the Shredder – Lifting Chain .......................................................................... 44
Table 4-2 - Standard hydraulic oil cleaning grade ................................................................................. 48
Table 5-1 – Oil filling – Quantity ............................................................................................................ 54
Table 5-2 – Hydraulic oil filling – Quantity ............................................................................................. 56
Table 6-1 – Controls and indicators K 50 HP series ............................................................................. 72
Table 6-2 – Operator Panel – Key and Controls ................................................................................... 73
Table 6-3 – PLC Operator Panel – Key and Controls (product to be supplied) .................................... 77
Table 7-1 – Tools supplied for interventions on the blades ................................................................... 88
Table 7-2 – Grease for electric motors bearings ................................................................................. 104

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1. GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1 INTRODUCTION
The manual provides a functional description of the machine and all its parts, and the
instructions for:
• correct handling of the machine (offloading, positioning);
• correct installation;
• set up and adjustments before start up;
• starting work and running;
• routine maintenance;
• dismantling the machine.
All the information contained in this manual allows the personnel to work in safety during the
entire installation, use, maintenance and dismantling stages.
The manual also provides a table which summarises any possible operating problems which
may occur according to the manufacturer's experience and indications on how to reset the
machine should such problems occur.
Skilled personnel are not required to install and operate the shredder but they are necessary
for electrical connections.
When faults and operating problems which cannot be resolved using the instructions
supplied in this manual occur, it is compulsory to contact the manufacturer's Technical
Assistance Service according to the indications provided below.

1.2 GUARANTEE
SatrindTech S.r.l. guarantees its machine for the period of 12 months following the dispatch
date, unless otherwise agreed upon, considering continuous operation of 8 hours daily and 5
days a week, for the use specified in the sales contract.
The guarantee includes the repair or replacement of components which are found to be
defective in their material, design or manufacture, according to the exclusive opinion of the
manufacturer, and in the case of replacement, they will be returned ex-works.
The guarantee does not cover the parts subject to wear during operation, i.e. blades, spacers
and cleaning sectors. The guarantee is automatically invalidated and the manufacturer is
exempted from all liability if the user makes any alteration to the machine which modifies the
condition by which it is delivered and accepted.
The guarantee is also invalidated when the user uses the machine in an improper manner or
does not follow the instructions for correct use and maintenance contained in this manual.

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1.3 CUSTOMER’S RESPONSIBILITIES


Unless otherwise stated on the contract, the following should be carried out by the Customer:
• completion of the machine with all the components and systems necessary for the correct
operation of the machine;
• risk analysis and verification of compliance with the European Directives applicable to the
final machine;
• Electrical preparation work, including the protection conductor commonly known as the
"EARTHING" conductor ;
• Hydraulic preparation work (if any);
• Pneumatic preparation work (if any);
• Tools and expendable materials;
• Necessary lubricating oils.

1.4 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE


Technical assistance can be exclusively provided by the manufacturer’s personnel, or by
personnel authorised by the manufacturer.
Requests for technical assistance should be sent in writing to the address of the
manufacturer and must always state:
• the machine identification data;
• the description of the problems that have occurred for which assistance is being requested.

1.5 SPARE PARTS


It is the customer's obligation to purchase original spare parts. The dismantling and
assembling operations must be carried out in compliance with the manufacturer's
instructions.

1.6 CONVENTIONAL GRAPHICS AND GLOSSARY


The following graphic elements and bold text are used in the manual to highlight important
notices and to make instructions immediately visible:

DANGER
This means that if the described operations are performed incorrectly
they could result in serious injury, death or long term risks for the health
of the operator.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
This means that if the described operations are performed incorrectly
damage could occur to the machine and/or the operator could be
exposed to risks.

CAUTION

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This supplies useful instructions for the correct use of the machine by
operators.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
This symbol indicates a diagram, a design or a table that are specific to
the product supplied to the customer, unlike the configuration of the
standard product or vice versa is not to be supplied.

To allow this manual to be fully understood, the terms used are listed below:

• HAZARDOUS AREA: the area inside or near the machine, in which the presence of an
exposed person puts the safety and health of the same at risk.
• LOADING AREA: the area near the machine where the material being loaded into the
hopper takes place
• EXPOSED PERSON: any person that is completely or partly in a hazardous area
• OPERATOR: any person that is in charge of installing, operating, adjusting, carrying out
routine maintenance or cleaning the machine.
• MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN: a skilled person, specially trained and authorised to carry
out extraordinary maintenance interventions or repairs which require a special knowledge
of the machine, its functioning and the safety devices, in addition to the relevant modes of
intervention.
• SHREDDING CHAMBER: the area of the machine where the material cutting takes place.
• BLADES: discs with very sharp edges and one or more hooks of different thicknesses
positioned on shafts located inside the shredding chamber.
• SPACERS: rings set on the shafts to space the blades.
• CLEANING SECTORS: tools used as cleaning spacers.
• WORK SURFACE: surface on which the person feeding the machine is positioned.
• LOADING SURFACE: surface where the material to be inserted into the shredder is
placed and on which the person feeding the machine must not stand.

1.7 CERTIFICATION OF THE SHREDDER AND ITS


COMPONENTS
The EC Declaration of Conformity or Declaration of Incorporation of Partly Completed
Machinery is accompanied by the technical documentation of the machine, as also shown on
the plate applied to the machine.
Moreover, copies of the declarations and conformity certificates of the components used for
the machine manufacture which guarantee their quality and safety are also available.

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1.8 SHREDDER CROSS-REFERENCE


Table 1-1 – Shredder series
NUMBER NUMBER OF
SHREDDER SATRINDTECH REDUCER
OF HYDRAULIC UNITS
POWER CODE COOLER
SHAFTS
K8/50 2 NO
K10/50 2 NO
50HP K13/50 2 1 NO
K15/50 2 NO

K 13/50/T 2 NO

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2. SAFETY AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION


2.1 GENERAL INFORMATION
• The manual must be read entirely and understood by all the operators, who, either full-time
or occasionally, are in charge of installing, running and carrying out maintenance on the
shredder or its dismantling.
• The employer must ensure training of the personnel on accident risks, on the devices
adopted for the operator's safety, on noise emission risks and on the general accident
prevention regulations stated by international directions and by the legislation of the country
where the machine is received.
• The behaviours of the personnel in charge of maintenance, cleaning, control work etc.
must however strictly comply with the Accident Prevention Rules of the country where the
machine is received.
• The user is responsible for any operation carried out incorrectly because the instructions
supplied in this manual were not followed properly and is therefore compelled to ensure
that their personnel have read and understood the contents.
• Any unauthorised tampering or substitution of one or more machine parts, the use of
accessories, tools, or working materials different from those recommended by the
manufacturer, may represent an accident hazard and exempt the manufacturer from any
civil and penal responsibilities.
• The working area must never be encumbered so that nothing can interfere with the
operator's freedom of movement or prevent their immediate access to the control panel in
the case of an emergency.
• Access to the work area is forbidden to persons not directly responsible for the machine
operation in order to avoid hazards caused by carelessness or negligence during the
performance of a task. The user is therefore responsible for providing adequate prevention
means such as barriers, warning and danger plates, etc.
• The maintenance technician in charge of the machine maintenance is therefore
recommended to always keep it free of any tool and to prohibit access to unauthorised
persons in order to be able to obtain the most ideal safety conditions for working on the
machine.

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2.2 INTENDED USE


Shredders are machines that can be used in many fields for different purposes: recycling,
size reduction, destruction and the disposal of industrial and urban waste.

The sales contract establishes the characteristics of the material to be shredded and the
machine capacity; this information is specified on the cover of this manual.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
The use of the shredder to shred other substances or to obtain
increased capacity values that are not included in the specifications is
considered as being "IMPROPER USE" and in such case the
manufacturing company declines any responsibility for any damage
caused to persons or property and considers every type of guarantee on
the machine invalidated.

The machine may only be used after:


• having carried out the correct installation and bolting to the floor.
• the wirings of the electric components to the main switchboard (when not already wired by
the manufacturer).
• checks for correct operation of the active safety devices (micro-switches, interlocks, etc.).
• the check for consistency and correct positioning of the safety guards (protection plates,
protection grids, etc.).

DANGER
The shredder must not be installed on wobbly surfaces (e.g. vibrating
dampers) or mobile surfaces (e.g. wheels or rollers).
Loading must be performed from the ground (that is from the work
surface, for instance by means of a grab crane). A loading level higher
than ground level cannot be used nor should all-purpose steps, steps,
platforms or operator-lifting platforms be used to ease the loading
operations.
If loading systems are used, they must not interfere with the safety
devices installed on the machine.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
In particular, if continuous handling equipment is installed, it must
comply with the relevant UNI EN 620 standards; in the event they
interfere with the shredder by creating unforeseen access for the
operators, the system consisting of the shredder and the continuous
handling equipment is subject to a new procedure of EC marking,
otherwise it is forbidden to put the installation into service.

The same instructions and conformity procedures also apply for any continuous handling
equipment that could be used as discharge systems, such as belt conveyors, screw
conveyors and suction ducts).

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2.3 INCORRECT AND/OR IMPROPER USE AND


BEHAVIOUR
The shredder with new blades must not be put into operation without having previously fed it
with material, except for the time that is strictly necessary to carry out the tests upon first
start-up.
It must also not be operated:
• without oil or with overused oil (see paragraph 5.1.6 Oil lubrication before starting);
• if the blades are not perfectly tightened (see Chapter 7, Tightening the blades pack for
each series of shredder);
• if the reversals for overload occur frequently (see paragraph 6.4.1 Automatic reverse for
overloading).
In these cases, the operator in charge of operation must ask for the intervention of the
maintenance service to line up the machine. Should there be any uncertainty, it is advisable
to contact the manufacturer’s Technical Department.
The shredding of large size metal or tempered bodies (e.g. hammers, iron drawn pieces or
similar) is not provided and introducing them into the machine could cause damage to the
blades or other mechanical parts. It is therefore necessary to remove any foreign bodies that
may be present in the material to be shredded.

DANGER
Material partially exiting the hopper should not be allowed into the
loading inlet (in particular filaments, tapes or films, partially engaged by
the shredder and dragged from the external area with risk of
entanglement) nor should the input material feeding be forced in any
way using manual means of any type (sticks, poles, bars or similar).

DANGER
If the operator considers there is a malfunction, under no circumstances
must they lean into the material feeding inlet while the shredder is in
operation.
If a visual inspection is to be performed inside the machine, the
intervention of the maintenance technician is required; in any case,
before any intervention, it is compulsory to switch off the shredder and
to lock the main switch to prevent undesired start of the machine.

DANGER
Extra precautionary care must be observed when accessing, even
partially, inside the feeding hopper as this is a high-risk operation, due
to the blades and the possible presence of sharp cutting metallic parts.
If this operation is absolutely necessary to restart the plant, it must only
be carried out by a properly trained maintenance technician equipped
with individual accident-prevention protections. Before any operations,
the shredder must be stopped. The main switch must be disconnected
and locked for safety against any accidental starting.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE
Any use of the machine that takes place without taking into
consideration the previous notes is considered "improper use" in such
circumstances SatrindTech S.r.l. declines any responsibility for damage
or accidents caused by failure in complying with the instructions
supplied, and will consider any guarantee on the machine invalidated in
such cases.

2.3.1 Explosive Atmosphere


The shredder must not be used in an explosive or potentially explosive environment and in
no case it is permissible to introduce explosive or corrosive substances or those which might
cause the emission of flammable substances or gases harmful to persons (e.g. spray cans,
solvent and flammable liquids and gases containers etc.)

The Shredder is not suitable for work in explosive or classified environments. It is strictly
prohibited to use it in a fully or partially explosive atmosphere. Therefore, the line is not
suitable for use in the following environments:
• classified as fully or partially explosive;
• where there are corrosive atmospheres and high concentrations of dust;
• where there are high suspended oily concentrations;
• risk of fire arising from any materials or source of ignition.

DANGER
It is strictly prohibited to use this Shredder in all the environments listed
above.

2.4 WORK AND CONTROL AREAS


The shredder must be operated by a individual person who will work in the loading area and
will also feed the machine and replace the material collection vessel, if provided.
To perform this replacement, the operator must in any case operate whilst remaining outside
the support stand.

2.5 MAINTENANCE AREAS


The person in charge of maintenance may only operate around and inside the machine after
having activated all the active and passive safety devices foreseen by the manufacturer to
allow the maintenance operator to work in conditions of maximum safety.

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2.6 RISKS, PROTECTIONS, WARNINGS AND NOTICES

2.6.1 General Safety


The machine which has been installed by following the indications provided in this manual
(see Chapter 4 INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION) and handled by operators according
to these instructions cannot be the cause of accidents.
The machine is fitted with all the safety devices that are necessary to prevent risks and
accidents:

Feeding hopper
This prevents the operator from accidentally coming into contact with the moving mechanical
parts inside the shredding chamber.
The shredder is supplied with a bolted cover and the feeding inlet is enclosed by a PVC
protection (in case of the standard hopper), which prevents material fly off caused by the
shredding action in case of hard material to be treated.

Motor coupling protection guard


The motor coupling is completely enclosed by a plate guard for the operators’ protection. It
may be removed after loosening the fastening screws.
The protection guard is placed in a position that does not create problems for the operator
handling the machine and so there is no reason to remove it, unless for a particular cause.

Support stand closing grids and door


The support stand is surrounded and enclosed by a protection grid, which is fixed on 3 sides
and has openable doors on the fourth side (loading). Safety micro-switches are installed on
the doors which interrupt the shredder operation when they are opened.
The safety micro-switches are of the locking type.

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2.6.2 Safety devices series K 50 HP

1. Grid door 3. Hopper PVC protection


2. Safety micro-switch for the gate 4. Bolted cover on the hopper
Figure 2-1 – Safety devices installed – Typical

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2.6.3 Risks in the environment where the shredder is installed


Should the shredder be used to process substances which, after working on, can cause a
degradation in the environment in which the machine is installed (e.g. emission of dust in
large quantities, harmful or irritating substances etc.) it will become necessary to implement
adequate environment protection by using air suction or other systems suitable to remove
the polluting effects.
• The most common cases that can threaten the environmental quality, even after correct
use of the shredder, are the following:
• an excessive emission of dust due to the type of material being shredded;
• the emission of harmful substances following the shredding of special materials (e.g.
containers with toxic and harmful substance residues);
• very loud noise caused by materials of high mechanical rigidity;
• excessive wear of the machine and ensuing performance degradation due to highly
abrasive material (e.g. fibre-glass compounds, high sand contents, emery grinding wheels
etc.).
The presence of toxic substances in the material being processed does not introduce further
risks in operating the machine, therefore in the above listed and in similar applications, even
if not detailed, it is the responsibility of the user to ensure the necessary environmental
protection is implemented according to the rules in force and where necessary to intensify
the number of extraordinary maintenance interventions.
The user must ensure that adequate protection (masks, gloves, protective clothing, eye
washer, etc.) is guaranteed to the operator and to the persons in charge of maintenance
work and to supply, where necessary, a suction system in the area where the shredder is
installed.

CAUTION
The user must specifically and adequately inform operators of the codes
of behaviour and the individual protection means to be used in these
cases and must also ensure that the safety measures are effectively
respected.

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2.6.4 Residual risks


During the operations the shredder is entirely segregated with the relevant safety protections.
The note regarding the following residual risks may not be removed.

2.6.4.1During the normal running operations


Hydraulic motors, pumps, pipes and fittings, Gear boxes
Occasionally, the surface temperature of these components may rise over 85°C due to
malfunction of the hydraulic power-train or cooling system. Even if in such a condition the
control system switches off the power transmission, the temperature will not decrease
instantaneously and maintenance work must be performed with correct Personal Protective
Equipment such as, but not exclusively, gloves.

Discharge at the end of the conveyor belt (when present)


The customer will have to segregate the discharge zone of the conveyor belt during normal
operation or guarantee the presence of a container in order to avoid the shredder material
could hart operators.

2.6.4.2During routine maintenance


Sharp edges – Cutting danger
The blades structure and the presence of sharp edges results in the danger of cuts or
wounds for persons assigned to perform maintenance or dismantling.
The use of proper protective gloves is therefore recommended.

Components weight – Danger of crushing


When it is necessary to dismantle the machine or a part of it to carry out maintenance work
(e.g. to tighten the blade unit or to remove material caught between the blades and spacers),
it is important not to drop the dismantled parts as their weight could cause falls due to gravity
and consequently serious injury to the operator.
In these cases, the operator should be assisted by a second person who, if necessary, may
provide the necessary assistance to ensure safe work conditions.

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2.6.5 Warning and accident prevention plates


The machine will be supplied with graphic elements applied by the manufacturer to indicate
any danger, prohibition or warning.
The graphic symbols used and their explanation are listed below.

DANGER
We remind and underline that it is absolutely forbidden to mishandle or
remove the protections and warning plates.
The manufacturer declines every responsibility for the safety of the
machine if this prohibition is not respected.

Table 2-1 – Warning plates against potential hazards

SYMBOL HAZARDS INVOLVED

Hot surfaces, on the external surface of the Moto reducer.

Danger of moving parts and drive components. Do not operate on


moving elements
Do not tamper with or remove the protections.

Danger of entanglement

Danger of shearing/cutting

Danger of dangerous voltage.


Electrical contact hazard.
It is forbidden to work on live electrical equipment.
Any derogation should be authorised by the department supervisor. In particularly dangerous
conditions, another person should be present in addition to the skilled technician. Start
working only after all safety measures have been taken.

Danger of crushing. Risk of crushing limbs on the external surface


of the Feeding Hopper and safety protection gates. Do not operate
on moving elements

Access is prohibited to unauthorised persons

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SYMBOL HAZARDS INVOLVED

It is forbidden to direct jets of water at electrical equipment.


Do not use water jets

Ban on carrying out operations with live supply voltage for works in
progress

Do not ascend or descend the top side of the Shredder inside the
Segregated zone, Feeding Hopper

Danger. Handling hazard. Handle with care.

Stumbling hazard inside the Segregated zone, Feeding Hopper and


safety protection gates.

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2.7 PREARRANGEMENTS FOR INSTALLATION

2.7.1 Environmental conditions of storage and operation


Unless otherwise specifically requested, the machine is supplied with blades lubricated with
protective oil. The protection has a limit that lasts 30 days in environments where the
temperature ranges from -20°C to +50°C. After this period, there may be progressive forming
of rust on the blades and therefore, if the machine is not to be used for long periods of time, it
will be necessary to restore the protection to prevent aggression from external atmospheric
or chemical agents.

Upon starting work again after a long period of inactivity, lubricate the blades with oil upon
the first start-up, as specified in paragraph 5.2 FIRST START-UP (NO LOAD START-UP).
All the SatrindTech shredders may work at ambient temperatures varying from 0°C to 50°C.

2.7.2 Installation site


Before the machine's arrival, the user should prepare an environment suitable to receive it.
The shredder must be installed at a suitable site that allows normal machine running
operations and routine maintenance (see the enclosed drawing or lay-out).
Before starting assembly operations, ensure the flooring can support the shredder's weight
(see Table 3-1 – Weights) also considering the safety coefficient stated by the regulations in
force.

The installation site must also provide:


• Rigged anti-slip flooring without projecting bumps;
• Adequate illumination complying with the standard in force;
• An earthing system that complies with the standard in force;
• Electric system prearrangement that complies with the standard in force;
• Water and pneumatic preparation work (if necessary);
• In case of special material treatment, the site must be equipped with an air suction system
(see paragraph notes in paragraph 2.6.3 Risks in the environment where the shredder is
installed.

CAUTION
We suggest the installation of a device that allows the operator to see
from a distance the feeding area, for example a mirror or a closed circuit
television.

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2.7.3 Lighting
For use in normal working conditions, the room where the shredder is installed must be lit in
such a way as to make it possible to see the command panel without difficulty and, more in
detail, the emergency push-button.
For maintenance operations, the lighting must be sufficient to perform the operations in
conditions of safety, in particular on the shredding chamber and on the switchboard. With
regard to the lighting modes, the user is responsible for the prescriptions stated by the
regulations in force and by the EEC Directives.

2.7.4 Personnel in charge


Unloading and movement
• Driver of transport means – crane operator – sling operator.

Setting up and installation


• With regard to the mechanical parts and the structure: machinery assemblers.
• With regard to the electrical wirings and earthing: system installers.

Inspections, set up before starting


• Inspector.

Operation
• Person in charge of system operation.

Routine maintenance
• Mechanical maintenance operator; Maintenance electrician.

Extraordinary maintenance
• Mechanical maintenance operator; Maintenance electrician.

CAUTION
The clothing of the person operating or maintaining the machine must
comply with the essential safety requirements in force in their own
country as indicated in the EU Community Directives 89/656/EC and
89/868/EC concerning the use of individual protection means.

DANGER
It is advisable to not wear bracelets, watches, rings, necklaces or other
items, which could hamper the operator's movements and create
conditions of risk while working.

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3. DESCRIPTION OF SHREDDER AND


TECHNICAL DETAILS
3.1 GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF SHREDDER
The shredder consists of a shredding chamber which contains two or three rotating shafts
supplied with one or more hook circular blades of different thicknesses, depending on the
material for which the shredder is used.
The material is fed through a hopper located above the shredding chamber. The rotating
blades with the hooks placed on their circumference take the material towards the centre of
the shredding chamber and as the material passes through the blades it is shredded and
falls by gravity beneath the shredder

The shafts are driven by the hydraulic motor through a reduction stage (gear reducer and/or
a planetary and gear reduction unit, in cascade connection, if installed).

The shredder is operated from the control panel on the switchboard. The control panel is
supplied as a separate control box.

The shredder is mounted on a stand placed on the ground, enclosed by a protection grid
inside which the collection vessel for the shredded material is placed, anchored to the floor.
The protection grid is fixed on 3 sides. On the front part there is a double or single door with
protection grid and equipped with limit switch-operated safety interlock to allow for the
replacement of the vessel. However, the mounting configuration can be different depending
to the size of the shredder and customer needs.

3.1.1 Motor drive


The shredder normally is driven by one fixed displacement axial piston hydraulic motor,
powered by one variable flow rate pump assembled on the hydraulic power pack. The pump
is connected through a mechanical coupling to the electric motor which is driven by the
control panel. Given the variety of hydraulic models are not excluded different hydraulic
configurations, for example with two hydraulic motors connected to a hydraulic pump in
tandem.

3.1.2 Constant-power machine operation


The electronic control system installed in the switchboard allows for constant power shredder
operation: when the load on the blades increases due to a very tough material, the pump
displacement is reduced proportionally to the rising pressure.
As the power used is proportional to the pressure and displacement, a very regular electric
motor operation is obtained without heavy overloading. Thus the hydraulic shredder, with a
relatively low installed power, is able to process very tough materials.

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3.1.3 Logic design for hydraulic oil temperature


CAUTION
NOTES FOR LOGIC DESIGN
1. The oil temperature in the tank is measured by means of a
thermoresistance RTD PT100 4-20mA instead of by means of different pre-
set thermoswitches;
2. On the gearbox is mounted a thermostat that must generate an alarm in
case the oil temperature reaches 90°C.
Points 1 requires that the logic must be programmed with particular care on
the temperature thresholds listed in the paragraph 6.5.

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3.2 OPERATING PRINCIPLE


The material to be treated is sent into the feeding hopper which conveys it to the shredding
chamber.
The two-blade holding shafts, while rotating, take the material towards the centre, the blades
catch onto the material with the beaks placed on their circumference and cut it. The material,
passed through the blades, falls into the collection vessel located beneath.

3.2.1 Shredding process series K 50 HP

Figure 3-1 – Operating Principle – Typical

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3.2.2 Automatic reverse for overloading


The Satrindtech shredders are supplied with a system, such that, in the case of overloading,
the machine stops automatically and reverses the shaft rotation direction to free the blades
from the material. Then it automatically restarts the operation in “forward” operation. For this
series of machines, the system is controlled by a pressure sensor assembled on the
hydraulic power pack.

CAUTION
The reversal motion of the shafts is only actioned after the shredder has
been subject to overcharge: therefore, should any hard material be fed
into the shredder (such as tempered steel pieces or similar) the reversal
cannot guarantee that the blades will not be damaged.
Moreover, the reverse run of the machine must not be considered as a
regular working mode but a random intervention aimed at ensuring
smooth working of the shredder.
Should the shredder reverse frequently and jam, it is compulsory to
remove the cause of the overload and to check that the working
condition of the machine does not exceed the stated limit of capacity.
It is absolutely forbidden to allow the shredder to work when the
reversals occur frequently as the blade-holding shaft would be forced to
an anomalous stress and be seriously damaged.

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3.3 MAIN UNITS OF THE SHREDDER


The shredder is made up of the parts shown in the drawing.

3.3.1 Main parts of the series K 50 HP

1. Feeding hopper 4. Hydraulic power pack


2. Shredding chamber 5. Supporting stand
3. Hydraulic motor 6. Electric switchboard & control panel
Figure 3-2 – Main units for single hydraulic motor series K 50 HP

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3.4 DESCRIPTION OF THE MAIN COMPONENTS

3.4.1 Support stand for K 50 HP series


The shredder rests on a stand made of electrically welded steel shaped plates. The stands
are always closed on three sides by a fixed protection grid whereas one side is fitted with
grid doors with manual lever lock and safety micro-switches. It is impossible for the operator
to come into accidental contact with the moving mechanical parts as this would be prevented
by the grid, according to the regulations in force concerning safety. The replacement of the
vessel aimed at collecting the shredded material, through the doors fitted with micro-
switches, may be carried out in complete safety as the micro-switches prevent the shredder
from starting up when one of the doors is open. The stand's bearing plates on the floor are
provided with holes so that they can be appropriately bolted to the floor, and ensure that the
machine is stable and prevent it from overturning even in the case of accidental impact.

1. Support stand 4. Level lock


2. Fixed protection grid 5. Safety micro-switch
3. Grid door

Figure 3-3 – Support stand for K 50 HP series

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3.4.2 Feeding Hopper

3.4.2.1Standard Hopper for K 50 HP series


The feeding hopper is made of a welded plate and will also be designed according to the
Customer’s specifications, in view of the feeding system provided for the specific installation.
The lower part of the hopper is provided with a flanging with bolting appropriate to secure the
hopper to the shredder's shredding chamber.

1. PVC protection
2. Bolted cover
3. Hopper

Figure 3-4 –Support stand for K 50 HP series

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3.4.3 Shredding chamber


The shredding chamber consists of a composite fabrication of special alloy casted
components and steel plates and is made up of side walls, end protections, one front flange
and one gearbox.
The shredding chamber is equipped with:
• Two counter-rotating hexagonal shafts;
• Blades made of a special hot-forged steel which provides a uniform radial distribution of the
steel fibres. They are tempered through to the core allowing simple re-sharpening;
• One planetary gearbox;
• Special seals on the cutting shafts to protect the mechanical components;
• Two additional solid steel plates with extra Teflon seals at both ends of the cutting shafts
which ensure complete separation of the gearbox and the bearings from the shredding
area.

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3.4.3.1Chamber for K 50 HP series

A. Planetary gearbox F. Spacers


B. Side walls G. Cleaning sectors
C. Front flange H. Intermediate seals
D. Blade-holding shafts I. Hydraulic motor
E. Blades
Figure 3-5 – Chamber for K 50 HP series

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3.4.4 Motor drive

3.4.4.1Motor drive for K 50 HP series


The hydraulic drive is a closed-loop hydrostatic system complete with:
• One variable displacement axial piston pump fitted on a hydraulic power pack that is driven
by an electrical motor;
• One hydraulic motor for the final transmission of movements to the shafts that is
assembled on the planetary gearbox;
• A cabinet control panel with electronic system which allows constant power machine
operation in addition to overloading control. In particular, the electronic control constantly
drives the pump displacement thereby optimising the machine operations at every step.

1. Hydraulic motor 3. Hydraulic motor


2. Epicycle reduction unit 4. Variable flow rate pump
5. Electric motor 37 kW

Figure 3-6 – Motor drive for K 50 HP series

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3.4.5 Hydraulic system

3.4.5.1Hydraulic system for K 50 HP series


The hydraulic power pack for shredder drive contains:
• a 150lt hydraulic oil tank on which the following items are mounted
o oil level indicator;
o emergency thermostat for oil overheating;
o pressure gauge;
• an oil filter on which are mounted, to signal the need to replace the filter:
o a vacuum gauge;
o an electric vacuum switch;
• a variable flow rate pump with servo control and maximum pressure valves;
• an oil heat exchanger on which a thermostat for the machine operation control is
mounted;
• an electric motor to drive the pump (37 kW).
The hydraulic system is completed by:
• a fixed capacity hydraulic motor mounted on the shredder;
• connecting hoses between the motor and the pump: two high pressure hoses and
one drainage hose.

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The oil flow from the power pack tank is enabled by a ball cock.
1. Variable flow rate pump 5. Servo valve manual control 8. Drainage hoses
2. Manometer 6. Servo valve 9. Hydraulic motor on the
3. Pressure transducer 7. High pressure hoses shredder
4. Electric motor 10. Heat exchanger

Figure 3-7 – Hydraulic system for series K 50 HP

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1. Level switch 7. Electric vacuum switch


2. Oil level indicator 8. Oil filter
3. Oil thermometer 9. Oil suction valve
4. Hydraulic oil tank 10. Pre-heater (optional component)
5. Resistance temperature detector 11. Oil suction valve sensor
6. Visual vacuum switch

Figure 3-8 – Oil tank within hydraulic power pack for K 50 HP series

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3.4.6 Electric system


The electric system is set for star-delta starting. The electric system consists of:
• IP55 Electrical Cabinet;
• a main power switch;
• a thermal relay for the protection of the electric motors;
• a thermostat for starting the motor of the oil cooling heat exchanger;
• PC boards to control the shredder operation;
• Display for the speed monitoring of the slow and fast shaft;
• Display for the speed monitoring of the faster shaft;
• Remote key selector switches MANUAL/AUTOMATIC of Ram (if installed).

To start the electric motor of the hydraulic power pack:


• a line contactor;
• a star-starting contactor;
• a delta-starting contactor.

The contactors dimensioning is adequate to the power absorption.


The regulated drive of the hydraulic power pack is controlled by a servovalve operated by an
electronic board which manages the signals coming from the pressure switch (installed on
the hydraulic circuit) and the signals coming from the current transformer (assembled on the
power pack motor).

CAUTION
The shredder user must protect the mains to the electric switchboard by
means of fuses suitable to feed three-phases electric motors, rated as
reported in the electric component list, contained in this manual.

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3.5 TECHNICAL FEATURES


Table 3-1 – Weights [kg]

Feeding hopper for

Hydraulic motor
Feeding hopper

Feeding hopper
Support stand

without cover

switchboard
SHREDDER
Shredding
chamber

Electric
cases
K8/50 3130 320 500 430 31 200
K10/50 3570 320 520 460 270 31 200
K13/50 3916 460 548 500 310 31 200
K13/50CL 4800 31 200
K15/50 4570 500 31 200
K20/50 5200 31 200
K13/50/T 3900 460 548 500 310 31 200

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Table 3-2 – Dimensions [mm]

Feeding hopper for


Feeding hopper

Feeding hopper
Support stand

without cover

switchboard
SHREDDER

Shredding
chamber

Electric
cases
K8/50 160X150X70 207X182X117 170X155X138 210X95X130 100X60X210
K10/50 185X150X70 207X182X117 195X155X138 210X120X130 184X150X100 100X60X210
K13/50 220X150X70 242X182X117 220X155X138 210X145X130 209X150X100 100X60X210
K13/50CL 220X150X90 = = = = 100X60X210
K15/50 236X150X70 267X182X117 = = = 100X60X210
K20/50 292X150X70 = = = = 100X60X210
K13/50/T 220X150X70 242X182X117 220X155X138 210X145X130 209X150X100 100X60X210
HYDR.UNIT
HYDRAULIC POWER
213X113X140 = = = = =
PACK 50HP

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3.6 DECLARATION OF THE SOUND EMISSION VALUES


The sound emission is considered with the shredder working without load at maximum
nominal speed.
Table 3-3 – Level of average acoustic pressure

SHREDDER SERIES SOUND PRESSURE dB(A) ACOUSTIC POWER dB(A)


K/50HP 79.0 Not applicable

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4. INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION


4.1 PACKING, HANDLING, SHIPMENT AND TRANSPORT

4.1.1 Packing and shipment


The shredder is dismantled in the main parts upon shipment: hopper, shredding chamber
with hydraulic motor, switchboard and support stand.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
The hydraulic power pack must be shipped with the oil tank completely
empty. It must not be filled until the hydraulic connections are
completed.

The machine, depending on the case, is delivered in one of the following arrangements:
1. Sufficiently locked and covered on a truck, unpacked.
2. In a normal crate internally lined with tarred paper and locked on a pallet for transport by sea.
3. In a crate internally lined with polythene sheets for road transport in Europe.
4. In containers with anti-rolling internal stops.
The choice between the above listed solutions depends on the transport distance, the client's
orders and the lying time of the packed machine.
For types 2-3 (step above), an adhesive label is stuck onto 2 sides of the packaging which
shows the following data:
• Destination;
• Weights. net – gross;
• Bulk: length – width – height;
• Packing list carrier label (copy of the Packing-List inside the crate fixed to the machine).

4.1.2 Unloading operations


DANGER
Carry out the unloading operation with a suitable forklift (with capacity
suiting the packed machine weight indicated on the adhesive label).
AT LEAST TWO SKILLED WORKERS MUST BE PRESENT DURING THE
UNLOADING STAGE (forklift operators, crane operators).

DANGER
Keep body and hands away while the machine is being lowered. Failure
to comply with these instructions could cause serious injuries.

4.1.3 Unpacking
Open the packing, check the conformity of the components and verify their integrity.
Disposal of the packaging material is the addressee's responsibility and must be carried out
according to the regulations in force in the country where the shredder is being used.
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Once the packaging has been removed, no signs of mishandling should be evident. If this is
not the case, inform the Manufacturer’s Assistance Service.

4.1.4 Prearrangements for installation


Before starting assembly operations, ensure that the flooring is able to support the shredder's
weight (see Table 3-1 – Weights) also considering the safety coefficient stated by the
regulations in force.
The shredder must be installed at a suitable site such as to allow normal machine running
operations and routine maintenance (see the attached drawing and paragraph 2.7.2
Installation site). A minimum space of 600 mm must be kept free all around the shredder.

CAUTION
The shredder user must protect the mains to the electric switchboard by
means of fuses suitable to feed three-phase electric motors, rated as
reported in the electric component list contained in this manual.

DANGER
To handle the shredder’s components, use the following means: a fork
lift truck or a trans pallet for the hopper and support stand and a crane
for the shredding chamber. These lifting means must be in perfect
working condition: the supplier declines any responsibility concerning
the conditions and suitability of the handling means used. The load
capacity of the above lifting means must be appropriate to the bulk to be
moved. Movement should be performed slowly, in sufficiently lit
circumstances, with sufficient free space in the installation area.

DANGER
Under no circumstances are the personnel permitted to pass under the
load or near to it. This is also applicable to the signalling operator who
must provide assistance during the handling operations. The supplier
declines any responsibility concerning this stage, which must be carried
out by personnel qualified to handle industrial machinery (forklift
operators, sling operators), duly equipped with the necessary individual
protection (overalls, accident prevention footwear, work gloves, safety
helmet, glasses).

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4.2 LIFTING AND ASSEMBLY OF THE SHREDDER


DANGER
The shredder chamber must not be lifted by hooking onto the hopper.
The wholly assembled machine cannot be lifted in this way either as the
hopper hooking holes are not designed to withstand the entire machine
weight.

Refer to the attached drawing for details.


Assembly of the shredder must be carried out in this sequence:
• Position the support stand ensuring that it is placed stably on the ground. Ensure that the
two parallel axes are level with the support surface and are perfectly horizontal.
• Fix it to the flooring according to the indications shown on the drawing.
• Assemble the eye-bolts, if requested (valid for K50 and 2R series) or shackle (valid on 3R
series)
• Check that the lifting eye-bolts of the shredding chamber are well locked and lined up to the
chains.
• Lift the shredding chamber (Table 4-1) hooking it onto the appropriate holes and place it on
the support stand. Ensure the stand provides a perfectly level and horizontal support
surface.
• Insert the fixing bolts and tighten them.
• Lift the hopper, hooking it into the relevant holes, and place it on the shredding chamber.
• Fix the hopper on the shredder; insert the fixing bolts of the feeding hopper and tighten
them appropriately.

DANGER
The shredder chamber must not be lifted by hooking onto the hopper.
The wholly assembled machine cannot be lifted in this way either as the
hopper hooking holes are not designed to withstand the entire machine
weight.

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Table 4-1 – Assembly of the Shredder – Lifting Chain

CHAIN
SHREDDER CHAIN CHAIN
EYEBOLT MIN. REFER TO
MODEL REFERENCE LENGTH
LOAD

L1 1200mm
L2 1200mm Male M27
K 50 HP 4.000 kg Figure 4-1
L3 1480mm DIN 580
L4 1440mm
=

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4.2.1 Lifting of the shredding chamber for K 50HP series

Figure 4-1 – How to lift the shredding chamber for K 50 HP series

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4.3 PLACING OF THE SWITCHBOARD


Place the switchboard in the stated position and fix it to the flooring.
Connect the micro-switches on the support stand, if installed, as indicated on the attached
electric diagram.

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4.4 CONNECTING THE HYDRAULIC POWER PACK

4.4.1 Hydraulic power pack


The hydraulic power pack is supplied already tested and ready for the hydraulic and electric
connections.
• Place the hydraulic power pack in the stated position and ensure the air cooling intakes are
kept free from any material. Ensure that around it there is the sufficient necessary area to
operate in case of maintenance.

INLET AIR
FLOW OUTLET AIR
FLOW

Figure 4-2 - Hydraulic power pack

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Before installing the hydraulic power pack ensure the area indicated in
the figures above is free to allow a regular air flow.
Keep 1 m free in front of the inlet and outlet air flow.

• Fix it securely to the floor. The oil circulation hoses supplied are as long as necessary to
suit the stated installation.
Should longer hoses be required, please contact our Technical Department to obtain all the
necessary information.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
The control devices installed on the hydraulic power pack (i.e. pressure
switch, emergency thermostat, maximum pressure valves) have been
adjusted by the supplier to the correct values. Do not change the
adjustments. In case of uncertainty, please contact our Technical
Department.

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4.4.2 Cleaning of the hydraulic circuit


The shredder hydraulic transmission contains complex pumps and motors which can be
damaged by dirty hydraulic oil.
For this reason the pipes of the circuit must be clean in compliance with the grade indicated
in the following table.
Table 4-2 - Standard hydraulic oil cleaning grade

STANDARD CLEANING GRADE


ISO 4406: 1999 22/18/13
NAS 1638 NAS 7

IMPORTANT NOTICE
The pipes and hoses supplied by SATRIND are delivered appropriately
clean and sealed. The seals must be perfect until connection takes place
and the operator must ensure cleanness during the connection.

In case of contamination or in case of pipes not supplied by SATRIND, the circuit must be
fluxed with hydraulic oil (the same that is used for filling the circuit) before connecting it to the
motors and pumps of the shredder.
The fluxing operations must be performed by skilled personnel who must operate in
compliance with the standards indicated in the table. During fluxing the circuit must be
properly connected in order to exclude the pumps and the motors of the shredder.

4.4.3 Hydraulic connections


CAUTION
This operation must be performed by a maintenance technician skilled
in the maintenance of hydraulic transmissions.

CAUTION
Before securing the hydraulic hoses check that the connections
between pump and motor of the fast shaft (marked in red) and between
pump and motor of the slow shaft (marked in blue) are respected.

CAUTION
To secure the connections use fixed size wrenches (not adjustable-end
wrenches or pipe wrenches) otherwise the locknuts may become
damaged.

DANGER
After the hydraulic connections it is important to secure the safety chain
of the high pressure hoses, as shown in the following pictures.

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4.4.3.1Shredder for K 50 HP series

1. Open the door to reach the pump. 2. Release the fixing screws in order
to be able to turn the high pressure
hose connections into the correct
position.

Safety rope

3. Connect the high pressure hoses 4. Connect the drainage hose of the
hydraulic motor

Drainage hose high pressure hoses

5. Connect the pump to the hydraulic motor: the two high-pressure hoses must be
connected in accordance with the correspondence of the letters A and B marked on
the unions on the pump and on the motor. The drainage hose must always be
connected to the top union on the motor.

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4.4.4 Wirings to the electric switchboard

1. Open the door to reach the pump’s 2. Connect the pump’s electric motor
electric motor

3. Connect the junction box 4. Connect the air heat exchanger


motor

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4.4.5 Wirings to the mains power supply


IMPORTANT NOTICE
This action must be carried out by a qualified technician (electrician) in
full compliance with the Standard in force.

Before connecting the machine to the mains it is necessary to:


• check that the mains voltage and frequency are correct;
• check the earthing plant for efficiency at the current socket;
• max. variation of mains voltage: ±10%;
• max. variation of mains frequency: ±2%;
• Use the power cable with the section indicated in the relevant table in the Electrical
Equipment list;
• The feeding cable (three-phase +PE) is connected, according to the regulations in force in
the user's country, to the relevant clamp-box indicated in the electrical drawing;
• Check that the socket where the equipment must be plugged into has a higher or, in any
case, a sufficient power in relation to the maximum power absorbed by the machine;
• Check that the equipment does not lay on the feeding cable;
• Protect the power supply line from excess voltage (e.g. atmospheric electricity);
• Protect the power supply line from overcurrent with appropriately co-ordinated devices (e.g.
automatic breakers);
• a neutral conductor is not required.

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5. SETTING AND FIRST START-UP


5.1 PREPARATION, INSPECTIONS AND TESTS BEFORE
START-UP.
Before starting work, carry out an initial no-load running of the machine. Furthermore,
proceed with the following controls:

5.1.1 Grid holder (if installed)


CAUTION
Before starting the shredder always check that the bolts which secure
the grid-holder to the shredding chamber are perfectly tightened.

5.1.2 Motor
CAUTION
The hydraulic power pack electric motor does not start if the oil
temperature of the power pack is lower than 0°C. Without oil preheater is
necessary to heat the oil in another way.

Check that the motor is wired in accordance with the mains voltage. Specifically, check that
the wirings inside the clamp box have been properly carried out according to the
specifications provided on the motor rating plate.

5.1.3 Transformer
Check that the transformer inside the switchboard is properly connected, in accordance with
the mains voltage.

5.1.4 Thermal relay


Adjust the relay in accordance with the maximum current indicated on the motor rating plate.

5.1.5 Current transformer CT


The primary winding consists of an appropriate number of turns which pass through the
magnetic core.
The correct number of turns is indicated in the following table:
Refer to “MANUFACTURER AND MACHINE IDENTIFICATION DATA” at the front of this
manual for the technical data sheet.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
To avoid mistakes, each time a conductor passes through the magnetic
core, one turn must be counted.

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5.1.6 Oil lubrication before starting


CAUTION
The shredder can be supplied either with or without oils, depending on
transport distances and specific agreement with the customer. The
quantities reported in the Table 5-1 are indicative; always proceed with
filling until the level indicators or plugs level is reached.

Check the presence of oils and if necessary fill the epicycle, the gear reduction units and the
bearings housing with oil.

Table 5-1 – Oil filling – Quantity

MANUFAC. OIL TYPE


MOBIL MOBILGEAR 629 MOBILGEAR 634
SHELL OMALA 150 OMALA 460
AGIP BLASIA 150 BLASIA 460
ESSO SPARTAN EP 150 SPARTAN EP 460
MEXOIL ROTOR 15 ROTOR 46
LUBRICATION ZONES AND OIL QUANTITY
SHREDDER
SERIES EPICYCLE GEAR Refer to
FRONT BEARINGS
REDUCTION UNIT REDUCTION UNIT
A= Oils
filling plug,
B= Level
indicators,
K 50 HP A1 – 3l – (2,7kg) A2 – 50l – (45kg) A3 – 2l – (1,8 Kg) C=
Draining
taps
Figure 5-1

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A= Oils filling plug, B= Level indicators, C= Draining taps


Figure 5-1 – Shredder lubrication oils series 50 HP

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5.1.7 Hydraulic Oil before starting


CAUTION
The shredder can be supplied either with or without hydraulic oil,
depending on transport distances and specific agreement with the
customer. The quantities reported in the Table 5-2 are indicative; always
proceed with filling until the level indicators or plugs level is reached.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
The hydraulic power pack must be shipped with the oil tank completely
empty.
It must not be filled until the hydraulic connections are completed.

Table 5-2 – Hydraulic oil filling – Quantity

MANUFAC. OIL TYPE


MOBIL ATF 200
SHELL DONAX TM
AGIP ROTRA ATF II D
ESSO ATF TASA
MEXOIL ATF Dexmatic II

SHREDDER SERIES HYDRAULIC OIL Q.TY AND POSITION Refer to


K 50HP A4 – 150l – (135 kg) Figure 5-2

A= Oils filling plug, B= Level indicators, C= Draining taps


Figure 5-2– Hydraulic power pack - Hydraulic oil filling (K50HP)
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5.2 FIRST START-UP (NO LOAD START-UP)


CAUTION
The no-load running of the shredder with new blades must be limited to
the few minutes that are deemed necessary to check the machine for
proper operation, otherwise possible friction between the new blades
could overheat them seriously endangering their life.

CAUTION
If the machine has been inactive for a long time, it is necessary to apply
lubricating oil to the blades upon the first start-up to avoid them being
damaged by the friction caused by rust which may have formed.

5.2.1 Start-up and checks sequence


CAUTION
Open the side panel in order to access the oil flow tap and to access the
oil circulation ball valves on the pressure gauges side.

Firstly, open the tap on the power pack in order to allow oil suction (bring the lever into a
parallel position to the tap axis. Refer to paragraph 3.4.5 Hydraulic system. Move the choke
lever to a position that is parallel with the tap axis.
Check that the yellow OIL TAP lamp extinguishes;

CAUTION
If the oil flow tap is not opened, the hydraulic power pack does not start.
Close them only in case of maintenance operations on the hydraulic
circuit.
If the oil suction ball valves have been opened, the hydraulic power pack
cannot be started. In case of machine start with these ball valves closed,
the hydraulic pumps may be damaged.

• Open the electrical cabinet.


• Turn the potentiometer (if installed), located inside the electrical cabinet, resulting in a half
position of the speed control in order to limit blade wear during the shredder tests.
• Turn the main switch on upon which the MAINS light comes on;
• Release the EMERGENCY push-button;
• Push the RESET-button;

CAUTION
The hydraulic power pack electric motor does not start if the oil
temperature of the hydraulic power pack is lower than 0°C. If the oil
temperature is lower than 0°C, pressing the RESET push-button, the oil
heating starts. Wait for the temperature to exceed 0°C to start the
hydraulic power pack and to reach 10°C to start the blades.

• Press the button START to start the hydraulic power pack electric motor.
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• Ensure the hydraulic power pack electric motor is rotating clockwise (observing it from the
back where the cooling fan is located). If necessary, reverse the feeding phases.
• Stop the hydraulic power pack.
• A visual signal (blinker) and an acoustic alarm have been provided on the hydraulic power
pack: they are activated when the pump’s motor is started. The acoustic alarm duration can
be pre-set by acting on a potentiometer inside the electric switchboard (max. duration 30°).
• Restart the motor and let the pump run for a few minutes. Check that the pressure gauge
indicates a minimum pressure of 10÷20bar.
• if the pressure gauge remains fixed on zero, this means that the auxiliary pump is not
working properly: incorrect rotation direction, absolute lack of oil (feeding tap closed). If
necessary, contact our Assistance Service.

Air flow direction

Figure 5-3 – Heater exchanger – air flow

Check the fan rotation direction of the heat exchanger, as indicated by the arrow located on
the electric motor. Also check that the air flow is the same as shown in the figure. To start the
fan press simultaneously the RESET and STOP buttons on the electric control panel.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Upon the first start up, wait for the temperature to increase allowing the
heat exchanger to start.

Bring the speed control to the halfway point by turning the potentiometer BLADES SPEED to
reduce the blades wear during the initial tests.
Starting of these machines is designed to avoid accidental hazardous movements for the
operators, in fact:

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• The selector switch PC BOARD POWER O-I prepares the shredder for operation, without
starting the blades;
• The three-position selector switch START-REVERSE 1- 2, on position "1" starts the
shredding operation; on position "2", holding the selector switch (hold to run), the blades
run in reverse direction and as soon as the selector switch is released, the shredder stops.
Turn the switch PC BOARD POWER O-I to the position I: the shredder is set ready to start.
Move onto 1 (forward running) the starting selector switch START-REVERSE 1-2: the pump
will start to work and will start the shredder. Check that the pressure gauge signals an
increase of at least 40-50bar.
Check that the shafts turn towards the centre: if they turn in the opposite direction, check the
connections of the hydraulic hoses between the motor and the pump and, if necessary,
reverse them.
Check the electric connections to the servo-valve and if necessary, reverse them.
If pressure has decreased, this means that the pressure gauge has been connected to the
reverse pipe instead of the forward pipe.
Run the shaft rotation in reverse direction, bringing the selector switch START-REVERSE 1-
2 to 2 and holding it for a few seconds.
Stop the shafts bringing the selector PC BOARD POWER O-I to the position O.
Stop the hydraulic power pack by pressing the STOP pushbutton.
Disconnect the main switch.

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5.3 ADJUSTMENTS ON BOARD THE SHREDDER

5.3.1 Adjustments
This paragraph is for information only.

Description Configuration electronic boards Your configuration


Hydraulic power packs with
P.C. board E1098D + E1120 and X
digital panel on the control (See 5.3.2 and 5.3.4
digital panel
panel (standard) with 6.1.2)
Hydraulic power packs with
P.C. board E1098E and PLC with
digital panel and PLC in the
digital panel dedicated (See 5.3.2 with 6.1.3)
control panel
Hydraulic power packs
P.C. board E1098E
analogical (See 5.3.2)

CAUTION
As the adjustments on the electronic controls are particularly delicate
they are normally carried out by the manufacturer upon machine start-
up.
Should it be necessary to modify these adjustments, please contact our
Technical Department before proceeding: any change in setting not
authorised by Satrindtech will result in any guarantee on the machine
being invalidated.

5.3.2 P.C. BOARD E1098

Figure 5-4 – P.C. Board E1098

CAUTION
The P.C. board E1098 also provides a counter which allows recording of
the working hours of the machine.
Furthermore, it detects and records the total number of P.C. board
blocks and also the date and time of the last 30 blocks of 100 blade
reverses due to overloading.

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5.3.2.1Terminals

1-2 AC Power Supply 22 VAC +/- 15%.


3-4 Ground
5 Common contact of the "machine on" relay.
NO contact of the "machine on" relay.
6 It will close with a start input (terminal 18) and will open with a stop input.
Reverses or timings will not affect the contact.
7 NC contact of the "machine on" relay.
8-9 NO contact "forward": to the signals
12 Output 24Vcc unstabilised
13 14 NO contact "reverse": to the signals.
15 - 16 Constant power control output: to the pump servovalve.
Interlocks start-stop control
Start galvanic insulated input. Closed to ground: the machine starts
17
Open: the machine stops (check the jumper position J5-J6).
Jumper terminals 12 and 31 to start the terminal 17
Forward contact (self-retaining)
Closed to ground: the machine starts forward and continues running when the
18 contact opens.
One "reverse" input (terminal 30 closed to ground) resets the self-retaining
component and the machine stops.
Pressure transducer input (reverse threshold). This contact must be closed to
19 ground (terminals 3-4-23) for normal forward operation.
Contact open: the reversal circuit is started.
20 - 21 Current input from the current transformer.
Input from fast shaft pressure transducer terminal 25 (only for slow shaft boards on
22
machines with two electric motors).
Ground
23 To be connected to terminal 23 of the second board in the machines with two
electric motors.
24 Input from pressure transducer.
Output feedback signal (from the pressure transducer).
25 To be connected to terminal 22 of the slow shaft board (only for fast shaft boards
on machines with two electric motors).
26 Power supply output +.
27 Speed potentiometer 2,5 k LIN. - central contact.
28 Speed potentiometer 2,5 k LIN. - side contact.
29 Speed potentiometer 2,5 k LIN. - side contact
30 Reverse control.

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Closed to ground: the machine starts backward open: the machine stops.
Positive power supply from terminal 12 for uncoupled input 17 to the pressure
31
transducer.

5.3.2.2Trimmers
Reverse time calibration.
P1 The backward rotation of the shafts can be set from a minimum of 6 seconds
(fully anticlockwise) to a maximum of 11 seconds (fully clockwise).
Servovalve max current calibration.
It sets the max current to the servovalve: it must be calibrated at 90mA, (for
P3 machines with single servovalve and double pump: calibrate at 135mA).
Tested on the servovalve line, with the speed potentiometer (speed adjustment)
at maximum and the machine not loaded.
Calibration of the constant power regulator.
This calibration must be performed in accordance with the electric motor power,
as it automatically controls the pump delivery in order to keep the electric load as
constant as possible.
P4 Fit a clamp ammeter on the line and load the machine to exceed 150 bar,
avoiding transients if possible.
Turn the trimmer clockwise until the motor current reaches the rated current
value.
Turning the trimmer anticlockwise the load decreases.
Calibration of the feedback circuit interconnecting the shafts speeds (for two
drives machines only).
This circuit detects the fast shaft circuit pressure, corresponding to the load
generated by the shredded material, by means of the same constant power
P5 regulator.
It proportionally limits the servovalve current in the slow shaft circuit to reduce
the material quantity fed to the fast shaft.
Set the trimmer to light the led L2 when the hydraulic pressure of the fast shaft
circuit exceeds 150bar.
Calibration of the circuit gain.
This circuit detects the fast shaft circuit pressure, corresponding to the load
generated by the shredded material, by means of the same constant power
P6 regulator.
It proportionally limits the servovalve current in the slow shaft circuit to reduce
the material quantity fed to the fast shaft.
It is pre-set in the factory

5.3.2.3Signals
L1 Interlocks input (terminal 17) on.

L2 feedback circuit interconnecting the shafts speed. It lights up when the circuit
L2
reduces the speed of the slow shaft.

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L3 Forward. Machine running forward.


L4 Backward input on.
L5 Forward input on.
Pressure transducer.
L6
On: shows the switch closed.
L7 Machine working relay.
L8 Power on.
L9 Reverse. Machine running backward.

Servovalve.
L10 The led indicates:
Green servovalve forward; red servovalve backward.

Led display to read the servovalve current, the electric motor current or the
L11
hydraulic pressure (see J7-J8-J9).

L12 Jam relay. When on, it indicates machine jam. Red led.

5.3.2.4Jumpers
Reverse test
J3 Closed it will activate the automatic reverse device, to test the p.c. board. This test
cannot verify the correct setting of the circuit.
J5 open /J6 open
The plc input is active even without acting on the selector switch 1-2.
J5 - J6 In this condition the machine starts automatically without the operator command.
The plant manufacturer must provide all the safeties (protections, acoustic
warnings) required to avoid any possibility of danger for the operators.
J5 closed /J6 open
J5 - J6 The terminal 17 will only operate after the P.C. Board is set to run via the control
panel "forward" command.
J6 closed
J6
The machine starts by command from the selector switch on the control panel
Servovalve current
J7
Closed: sets the display L11 on the Servovalve current(1 LED = 20ma)
Motor current
Closed: sets the display l11 on the electric motor current
1 LED = 10A (current transformer 1/335)
J8
1 LED = 20A (current transformer 1/700)
1 LED = 30A (current transformer 1/1000)
1 LED = 45A (current transformer 1/1500)
Pressure
J9
Closed: sets the display L11 on the hydraulic motor pressure (when the pressure
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transducer is installed): 1 LED = 50bar

5.3.3 Setting of the reversals counter for machine stop on P.C.


board E1098

5.3.3.1DIP Switches

Dip Switch: from 1 to 3 for setting number of reversals

CAUTION
When the time interval between two reversals is lower or equal to 20
seconds, the counter increases.
When the interval is higher than 20 seconds, the counter resets and
therefore restarts counting.

EXAMPLE 1 - REVERSALS COUNTER SETTING AT 7


• 1 ON 1
• 2 ON 2 TOTAL: 7
• 3 ON 4
EXAMPLE 2 - REVERSALS COUNTER SETTING AT 2
• 1 0FF
• 2 ON TOTAL: 2
• 3 OFF
EXAMPLE 3 - REVERSALS COUNTER SETTING AT 3
• 1 ON
• 2 ON TOTAL: 3
• 3 OFF

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5.3.4 P.C. BOARD E1120


The PC board E1120 is used for alarms management and operation panel function.

Figure 5 13 – P.C. Board E1120

5.3.4.1Terminals
1 negative (0 Vcc)

2-3 not used

4 power supply +18/+30 Vdc

5 slow shaft pressure transducer (4-20 mA) (analogical input) - Where present

6 fast shaft pressure transducer (4-20 mA) (analogical input)

impedance adapter ( connect terminals 6 and 7 when there isn't a E1098TP pc


7
board) (analogical input)

slow shaft PT100 thermocouple (4-20 mA) (negative pole) (analogical input) -
8
Where present

slow shaft PT100 thermocouple (4-20 mA) (positive pole) (analogical input) -
9
Where present

10 not used

11 fast shaft PT100 thermocouple (4-20 mA) (negative pole) (analogical input)

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12 fast shaft PT100 thermocouple (4-20 mA) (positive pole) (analogical input)

13 safety module (digital input)

14 fast shaft motor thermal switch (digital input)

15 fast shaft heat exchanger thermal switch (digital input)

16 slow shaft vacuum switch (digital input) - Where present

17 fast shaft vacuum switch (digital input)

18 slow shaft motor thermal switch (digital input) - Where present

19 slow shaft heat exchanger thermal switch (digital input) - Where present

20 level switch (if more than one is present, connect all the level switch in series)
(digital input)

21-22 pressure threshold (pressure switch function) (digital output)

23-24 general alarm jam (digital output)

25-26 20°C temperature threshold ( heater stop) (fast and slow shaft) (digital output)

27-28 30°C temperature threshold ( fast shaft vacuum switch enabling) (digital output)

29-30 40°C temperature threshold ( fast shaft heat exchanger start) (digital output)

31-32 30°C temperature threshold ( slow shaft vacuum switch enabling) (digital output) -
Where present

40°C temperature threshold ( slow shaft heat exchanger start) (digital output) -
33-34
Where present

35-36 90°C temperature threshold ( slow and fast shaft hpus stop) (digital output)

hydraulic motor displacement change (digital output). In case the Pc-boards are
used for a T20/T30 shredder, these contacts command a relay replicating the
37-38
pressure switch function. This function is enabled when "0" value is entered as
"change displacement threshold".

39 E1098 power supply (connect with positive pole) (input)

40 E1098 power supply (output)

41 not used

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5.3.4.2Potenziometers
P1 Slow shaft temperature input full-scale setting
P2 Fast shaft pressure input full-scale setting
P3 Slow shaft pressure input full-scale setting
P4 Fast shaft temperature input full-scale setting

5.3.4.3LED description
Digital
Input description (if not used
input Led status Contact status Comments
connect to clamp 10Vcc)
clamp
ON Closed Correct running
13 Emergency L1
OFF Open Emergency activated
ON Closed Correct running
14 Fast shaft motor thermal jam L2
OFF Open Thermal jam
Fast shaft cooler motor ON Closed Correct running
15 L3
thermal jam OFF Open Thermal jam
ON Closed Clogged filter cartridge
16 Slow shaft vacuum switch L4
OFF Open Correct running
ON Closed Clogged filter cartridge
17 Fast shaft vacuum switch L5
OFF Open Correct running
ON Closed Correct running
18 Slow shaft motor thermal jam L5
OFF Open Thermal jam
Slow shaft cooler motor ON Closed Correct running
19 L7
thermal jam OFF Open Thermal jam
ON Closed Oil level correct
20 Level switch L8
OFF Open Lack of oil

Output Relay digital outputs Led status Contact status Comments


clamps description

21 Reverse pressure threshold L9 ON Opened contact Shafts reverse


22 OFF Closed contact Low pressure
23 General alarm (thermal jam, L10 ON Closed contact No alarm activated
level switch, pc board jam,
OFF Opened contact Any alarm activated
24 vacuum switch)
25 Fast/slow shaft pre heater L11 ON Closed contact Pre heater running
26 temperature threshold
OFF Opened contact Pre heater hold
27 Fast shaft vacuum switch L12 ON Closed contact Not inhibited
inhibition temperature
OFF Opened contact Inhibited
28 threshold
29 Fast shaft heat exchanger L13 ON Closed contact Heat exchanger running

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30 temperature threshold OFF Opened contact Heat exchanger hold


31 Slow shaft vacuum switch L14 ON Closed contact Not inhibited
inhibition temperature
OFF Opened contact Inhibited
32 threshold
33 Slow shaft heat exchanger L15 ON Closed contact Heat exchanger running
34 temperature threshold
OFF Opened contact Heat exchanger hold
35 Max temperature threshold L16 ON Closed contact Temperature is correct
36 OFF Opened contact Hpu shut down due to oil
overheated
37 Hydraulic motor L17 OFF 24 VDC Minimum displacement
displacement change or
ON 0 VDC Maximum displacement
38 Reverse pressure threshold
39 Pc board enabling L18 ON >10° C Enabled
40 OFF <10° C Disabled
41 Not used

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6. SHREDDER OPERATION
At this point, once the first no-load run has been carried out and the relative checks and tests
have been made, the shredder is ready to be put into service.

CAUTION
For correct machine operation, it is advisable that the operator has read
and understood the instructions well. If in any doubt, contact our
Customer Assistance Service.

DANGER
The working areas, where the operator will be working, are those
between the machine control panel, the material loading area and the
unloading area. ANY OTHER AREA IS OUTSIDE THE OPERATOR'S
COMPETENCE.

DANGER
The operator in charge of the machine must be a person that has been
especially trained to use it and has seen it in action or has been
instructed on the mode of use of the machine. The operator MUST
NEVER INTERVENE on the machine for inspection or maintenance
operations which are the competence of qualified personnel.
To carry out vessel replacement, the operator must keep a distance from
the support stand.

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6.1 OPERATION AND ALARM CONTROLS AND


INDICATORS
The starting, adjustment and stop operations of the machine, including the alarm and
relevant operation indicators, are controlled from the machine's switchboard. With regard to
the names of the components which appear in the switchboard and their relative function,
see the drawing of the switchboard front and the table shown below.

6.1.1 Controls and indicators K 50 HP series

SERIES
CONTROL DEVICE FUNCTION

MAINS
This signals an energised
Permanent K50
switchboard.
white lamp

This signals that the shredder is


BLINKER ready to be started. Missing on
hydraulic versions electric control
Yellow Lamp panel. This flashing light is on the
hydraulic power pack.

This disconnects the power line inside


the switchboard. The connecting
MAIN SWITCH K50
conductors from the inlet clamps to the
disconnecting switch remain energised.

FORWARD
RUN This signals that the shredder is
K50
Permanent running forward.
green lamp

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SERIES
CONTROL DEVICE FUNCTION

On position "1" the machine starts the


shredding operation; on position "2",
START- holding the selector switch (hold to
REVERSE 1-2 run), the blades run in the reverse K50
Selector switch direction and as soon as the selector
switch is released, the shredder
stops.

This prepares the shredder to start,


PC – BOARD supplying the PC boards but it does
K50
POWER 0-1 not run the blades. On position "O" it
STOPS the blades.

START
HYDRAULIC
POWER PACK This starts the hydraulic power pack motor K50
Grey push-
button

STOP
HYDRAULIC This stops the hydraulic power pack motor (it
POWER PACK stops the blades before stopping the K50
Black push- hydraulic power pack)
button

OIL VALVE This signals that the oil flow valve is


K50
Orange lamp closed.

THERMISTOR If the motor winding reaches the


DEVICE temperature of approximately 160°C, K50
Orange lamp the motor stops.

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SERIES
CONTROL DEVICE FUNCTION

EMERGENCY
Emergency stop function. K50
Push-button

This resets the electric control circuit.


It must be pressed in case of:
RESET
• voltage drop
Blue push- K50
button • after the intervention of a safety
device (micro-switch, emergency
push-button).

Display
OPERATOR See paragraph 6.1.2 K50
PANEL

Potentiometer This regulates the maximum operating


K50
BLADES SPEED speed

Table 6-1 – Controls and indicators K 50 HP series

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6.1.2 Operator panel function

Table 6-2 – Operator Panel – Key and Controls


P1 TO GO TO THE NEXT PAGE AND TO SCROLL THROUGH THE LINES ON A PAGE.

P3 RESET ALARMS WITHOUT MEMORY

P4 TO RETURN TO PAGE 1

P2+P3 RESET ALARMS WITH MEMORY

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The drawing above shows the main parts of the product to be supplied.

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6.1.2.1 Message on display


IMPORTANT NOTICE
On the display the characters >, >>, >>> indicate, respectively, the slow,
fast and faster shaft.

> > # # # B A R T + # # ° C

> # # # B A R

STANDARD PAGE: Message showing the hydraulic circuit pressure and the oil temperature

A L A R M C O D E # #

The first line shows the code of the alarm that has been triggered.
The second line shows the alarms description...

C O L D O I L

> > T + # # ° C

This message shows that the oil temperature is lower than 0°C and the hydraulic power pack
cannot be started. If the pre-heater is present wait until the temperature reaches 10°C.

O I L H E A T I N G

T # # ° C

This message means that the oil temperature is higher than 0°C and therefore it is possible
to start the hydraulic power pack.
This message is displayed until the temperature threshold to start the blades is reached.
Standard value of the threshold temperature: 10°C.
If a pre-heater is installed, this message is displayed until the pre-heater is switched off at the
pre-set threshold.
Standard value of the threshold temperature: 20°C.
When the pre-heater is switched off, the display will show the standard page.
For the standard page it is possible to see the messages below by scrolling down the pages
with the P1 button.

T O T A L W O R K I N G S
H O U R S # # # . # # #

This shows the machine total working hours.

R E V E R S E S T O T A L

N U M B E R S # # # . # # #

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This shows the total number of reverses of the shredder.


R E V E R S E S J A M S
T O T A L N U M . # # # . # # #

This shows the total number of board jams due to frequent reverses.

D I S P . C H A N G E M I N > M A X
N ° # # # . # # # H R . # # # . # # #

This shows the total number of motor displacement changes from min to max and total
working hours at the max motor displacement.
THIS FUNCTION IS NOT PRESENT ON THIS MACHINE.

D I S P . C H A N G E M I N > M A X
N ° # # # . # # # H R . # # # . # # #

This shows the total number of motor displacement changes from max to min and total
working hours at the min motor displacement.
THIS FUNCTION IS NOT PRESENT ON THIS MACHINE.

A L A R M C O D E # #

D A T E # # - # # - # # H R . # # , # #

This shows the list of the last 10 alarms that have been triggered.

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6.1.2.2HYDRAULIC POWER PACK CODE LIST


TYPE 01 EMERGENCY ON
TYPE 02 HYDRAULIC POWER PACK ELECTRIC MOTOR THERMAL JAM >>
TYPE 03 NOT PRESENT
TYPE 04 HEAT EXCHANGER ELECTRIC MOTOR THERMAL JAM >>
TYPE 05 NOT PRESENT
TYPE 06 MAX OIL TEMPERATURE >>
TYPE 07 NOT PRESENT
TYPE 08 VACUUM SWITCH PUMP ACTIVE >>
TYPE 09 NOT PRESENT
TYPE 10 PRESSURE TRANSDUCER DISCONNECTED AND/OR BROKEN >>
TYPE 11 NOT PRESENT
TYPE 12 RESISTANCE TEMPERATURE DETECTOR DISCONNECTED AND/OR
BROKEN
TYPE 13 NOT PRESENT
TYPE 14 MAX NUMBER OF FREQUENT REVERSES
TYPE 15 TANK OIL LOW LEVEL
TYPE 16 OIL LOW PRESSURE >>
TYPE 17 NOT PRESENT

Legend:
> Slow shaft
>> Fast shaft
>>> Reprocessing shaft

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6.1.3 Programmable logic controller panel function (PLC)


On electric cabinet door there is a display to visualize:

• Main working parameters


• Shredder status
• Settings

The visualization is organized in the following pages:

• Main
• Settings
• Active alarms
• Alarm chronicle

Use arrows UP and DOWN to scroll the lines of a page.

Table 6-3 – PLC Operator Panel – Key and Controls (product to be supplied)

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ESC RETURN TO THE PREVIOUS PAGE

DEL DELETE VALUES


MOD MODIFY VALUES AND USE UP AND/OR DOWN ARROWS TO SCROLL LETTERS AND
NUMBERS TO BE ENTERED
ENTER CONFIRM VALUES

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
The drawing above is not part of the product supplied, equipped with
electronic board. See paragraph 5.3.1

6.1.3.1 Main page


Not applicable in this configuration..

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6.2 STARTING SEQUENCE


Check that the EMERGENCY push-button is released and that the shredded material
collection vessel is present inside the supporting stand.

CAUTION
If the oil flow tap is not opened, the hydraulic power pack does not start.
Check that the tap on the power pack is opened in order to allow oil
suction (bring the lever into a position that is parallel to the tap axis.
Refer to paragraph 3.4.5 Hydraulic system.

The shredder start is manual-operated. Proceed as follows:


• Turn the MAIN SWITCH to position 1: the white signal lamp MAINS will light up.
• Push the RESET button: the yellow signal lamp will start blinking, thus signalling that the
machine is ready to operate and therefore maximum attention is required.
• Check that the yellow OIL TAP lamp has gone off.

CAUTION
The hydraulic power pack electric motor does not start if the oil
temperature of the power pack is lower than 0°C.
If the oil temperature is below 20°C, the preheater in the tank of the
hydraulic power pack turns off.

• Press the button START to start the hydraulic power pack electric motor of the shredder.
Operate the siren and the flashing signal; let the pump run for a few minutes. Check that
the pressure gauge indicates a pressure of at least 10÷20bar.

CAUTION
If the oil temperature is lower than 10°C, the blades do not start.

• Prepare the shredder for starting by bringing the selector switch PC BOARD POWER 0-1
into position 1.
• Turn the selector switch START-REVERSE 1-2 into position 1 and release it: the machine
will start in “forward running” and the green signal lamp will light up. The pump will start
working and activate the shredder and the green lamp BLADES WORK will light up.
• Check that the pressure gauge signals a pressure of at least 40-50bar.
• Keep the shredder in no-load running for 30÷40 seconds only.
• Feed the material into the feeding hopper.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Should it be necessary to interrupt the work and, more in detail, if the
machine remains unguarded, always disconnect the main switch.
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6.2.1 Vessel substitution

DANGER
This operation must be carried out after having stopped the shredder
and following the instructions provided in chapter 7 MAINTENANCE.

When the collection vessel located beneath the shredder needs to be replaced, the operator
must:
• switch off the shredder by pressing the STOP BLADES button;
• open the grid doors and change the vessel.
The micro switch installed on the doors prevents the machine from restarting and allows the
operator to work in conditions of safety.
After having closed the doors again:
• push the RESET- button
• restart the shredder by turning the selector switch START- REVERSE 1-2 into position 1:
the machine will start running again and the green signal lamp FORWARD RUN will light
up.

6.2.2 Running-in period

IMPORTANT NOTICE
During the first 8 working hours, the machine must not be loaded to the
maximum.

• Check that oil in the epicycle reduction unit does not exceed the temperature 75÷80°C.
• Check that the hydraulic oil temperature does not exceed 90°C.
• After having carried out the running in operations described above and checked that the
temperatures are within the indicated limits, the machine can be fed normally.

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6.3 SHREDDER STOP

6.3.1 Normal stop


To stop the shredder bring the selector switch PC BOARD POWER O-I into the position O
and check that the green light BLADES WORK which signals the shredder is running, is off.
The hydraulic power pack continues to work.

6.3.2 Stop at the end of work


To stop the shredder bring the selector switch PC BOARD POWER O-I into the position O
and check that the green light BLADES WORK which signals the shredder is running, is off.
Push the STOP push-button to stop the hydraulic power pack.
Disconnect the MAIN SWITCH and lock it

6.3.3 Emergency stop


To stop the shredder in emergency work conditions, press the EMERGENCY push-button:
the shredder will stop immediately.

6.3.4 Reset
To prepare the shredder for a new start:
• check that the material collection vessel is empty;
• For the series with the gates (50hp) check that the doors are closed so that the safety
micro-switches allow the machine to be started;
• For the series with the grids (125HP and 320HP), check that the grids are closed so that
the safety micro-switches allow the machine to be started;
• check that the emergency push-button is released;
• repeat the start operations already described.

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6.4 ELECTRONIC CONTROLS


The shredder operation is controlled by an electronic board which controls all the normal
functions of the machine: this board also incorporates certain features to obtain special
functions, as described below.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
The adjustments described below must be carried out by skilled
electricians.

6.4.1 Automatic reverse for overloading


The reverse operation is controlled by the pressure sensor assembled on the hydraulic
power pack.
When the shredder is in overload conditions, the control board command is in reverse. As a
default setting, the pressure switch is adjusted to operate as 335bar is reached.
Should this device not work properly or where the increase in pressure is quicker than the
pressure switch intervention, two pressure relief safety valves are installed within the pump
and adjusted at 380bar for further protection.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
If it is necessary to check that there are no foreign bodies inside the
machine, the person in charge of maintenance must be called for
intervention (see also prescription on warnings at paragraph 2.3
INCORRECT AND/OR IMPROPER USE AND BEHAVIOUR.
If the overloading is caused by excessively large material feeding, it is
necessary to batch it in order to obtain more regular operation.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
The reverse operation of the machine must not be considered as a
regular working mode: should the shredder jam, it is compulsory to
remove the cause of the overload and to check that the working
condition of the machine does not exceed the stated limit of capacity. It
is absolutely forbidden to let the shredder work when the reversals
occur frequently as the blade-holding shaft would be forced to an
anomalous stress and seriously damaged.

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6.5 ANOMALOUS SITUATIONS, EMERGENCIES, ALARMS


CAUTION
Should one of the anomalous operating conditions described in the
trouble-shooting table occur, remember that the operator is only
permitted to stop the machine. Skilled personnel must then be
contacted to remove the cause of this anomalous condition.

6.5.1 Hydraulic power pack electric motor thermal jam


It may happen that the thermal relay completely stops the machine owing to failures in the
electric system or overload of the electric motor caused by failures in the hydraulic system or
by incorrect settings in the electronic board. The yellow lamp THERMAL JAM lights up.
In this case the electrical maintenance operator must intervene and proceed as follows:
• turn off the shredder and disconnect the main switch, locking it onto the zero position;
• open the switchboard;
• wait until the relay cools down (approx. 5 min.);
• reset the relay by pressing the relevant reset button;
• close the switchboard.
Should the problem still remain, check the electric motor absorption: should it be higher than
the rated value, contact the Technical Assistance Service.

6.5.2 Heat exchanger electric motor thermal jam


In case of overload of the cooler electric motor, it may happen that the thermal relay
intervenes, stopping the cooler.
The yellow lamp THERMAL JAM M17 lights up.
In this case the electrical maintenance operator must intervene and proceed as follows:
• turn off the shredder and disconnect the main switch, locking it onto the zero position;
• open the switchboard;
• wait until the relay cools down (approx. 5 min.);
• reset the relay by pressing the relevant reset button;
• close the switchboard.
Should the problem persist, check the electric motor absorption: should it be higher than the
rated value, contact the Technical Assistance Service.

6.5.3 Hydraulic power pack oil overheating


The temperature detector installed on the hydraulic oil circuit stops the machine completely
when the hydraulic oil temperature exceeds 90°C. The yellow lamp THERMOSTAT lights up.
If the machine stops and cannot be restarted it is necessary to check the oil temperature: if it
exceeds 90°C, wait until the oil cools down then restart the machine and check that the
cooler is working properly.
Should the problem persist, contact our Technical Assistance Service.

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6.5.4 Oil filter electric vacuum gauge


When the filter is dirty it creates an excessive depression on the auxiliary pump feeding and
in such case, the electric vacuum gauge stops the machine completely. The yellow lamp
VACUUM GAUGE lights up.
Try to restart the hydraulic power pack: should the electric motor start and stop soon
afterwards, this means that the filter is dirty and must be replaced.

6.5.5 Oil level


When the oil in the tank is too low and must be refilled, the motor cannot be started. The
yellow lamp OIL LOW LEVEL lights up.

6.5.6 Oil heater (where present)


If the pre-set temperature is not reached, the motor cannot be started. The jam is indicated
by the message on the operator panel.

6.5.7 Oil tap


If the oil flow tap of the hydraulic power pack is closed, the motor cannot be started. The jam
is indicated by the yellow lamp OIL TAP on the control panel.

6.5.8 Thermistor device


If the motor winding of the hydraulic power pack reaches the temperature of approximately
160°C, the motor stops. The jam is indicated by the yellow lamp THERMISTOR DEVICE on
the control panel.

6.5.9 Boards Lock


The machine is stopped due to frequent reversals (as pre-set through the DIP switches – see
paragraph 5.3.3.1).
The yellow lamp OVERLOAD lights up.
To reset the machine turn the selector switch PC BOARD POWER O-I to O and then to I.

6.5.10 Reset after an emergency


To prepare the shredder for a new start:
• check that the material collection vessel is empty;
• For the series with the gates (50hp) check that the doors are closed so that the safety
micro-switches allow the machine to be started;
• For the series with the grids (125HP and 320HP), check that the grids are closed so that
the safety micro-switches allow the machine to be started;
• check that the emergency push-button is released;
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• repeat the start operations already described in paragraph 6.2 STARTING SEQUENCE.

6.6 CLEANING AND PUTTING THE MACHINE OUT OF


SERVICE

6.6.1 Cleaning of the shredder


The shredder does not need particular cleaning operations when used for treating "clean"
materials (e.g. plastic, wood, paper, aluminium etc. which do not contain polluting
substances).
If however, sticky or resinous materials, or substances which could have a chemical reaction
and corrode the shredder's mechanical parts are being treated, it will be necessary to clean
the machine at the end of each work shift.
To carry out this operation, it is necessary to run the machine and to feed it with inert
material which, passing through the blades, removes the residues of the previous working
cycle.
Rags, paper, and sawdust, possibly soaked in lubricating oil, may be efficiently used for this
purpose.
By checking the state of material exiting, the operator is able to ascertain whether the
cleaning operations have been successful or not.

Furthermore, in the area between the end protections of the shredding chamber and the front
casing with the bearing housing supports there is a gap for dirt discharge that can penetrate
into the Teflon gaskets. It is important to check and clear it promptly as failure to do so can
result in the dirt damaging the seals.

6.6.2 Putting the machine out of service


Clean the machine, if necessary, as described above. Finally, disconnect the main switch,
lock it and disconnect the machine from the power mains.

6.6.3 Shredder removal and/or reallocation


IMPORTANT NOTICE
The operations must be carried out by skilled technicians that use the
transport and handling means and systems already described in
Chapter 4 INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION.

If the shredder must be set aside in a place other than that of installation, proceed as follows:
• Disconnect the machine from the power mains.
• Disconnect the feeding cable from the switchboard terminals.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Before the shipment of the hydraulic power pack the oil tank must be
emptied.

• Disconnect the hydraulic circuit.


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• Empty out the oils from the gear unit, from the epicycle reduction unit and
from the front bearings housing
• Dismantle and remove the hopper.
• Dismantle the shredding chamber from the stand and lubricate the blade surfaces with oil.
Cover it suitably.
• Remove the bolts from the stand and dismantle it.

6.6.4 Reallocation and installation


Follow the instructions given in chapters:
• Chapter 4 INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION.
• Chapter 5 SETTING AND FIRST -UP.

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7. MAINTENANCE
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Before proceeding with any type of intervention regarding machine
maintenance, carefully read the instructions contained in this manual
together with the notices present on the machine itself.

Maintenance interventions include a series of checks and periodic routine interventions to be


carried out at previously established time intervals; other types of extraordinary interventions
depend essentially on the work conditions and therefore on the degree of wear the shredder
suffers.
For interventions on the blades, special equipment supplied with the shredder and illustrated
in the picture is required. The following table indicates the tools list and the use for which
each tool is supplied.

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7.1 TOOL SUPPLIED FOR INTERVENTIONS ON THE


BLADES
Table 7-1 – Tools supplied for interventions on the blades
DESCRIPTION CODE Q.TY
Shredder series 50HP
Wrench for locknuts KM20 S02-0212 1

Shaft plug S01-0072 1

Flange for bearing assembling S02-0214 1

STUD M20 - 41-0038 1

NUT M20 - S01-0071 1

1 (on
Hand pump ENERPAC for F /150-100 700 bar P-392
request)
Hydraulic cylinder stroke 42mm 11ton. With half-coupling female 1 (on
RCH 121H
side CR400 request)
1 (on
Hose L=1800 cylinder RCH 306/ pump P392 (cylinder-pump) HC7206
request)

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7.2 CHECKS WHICH CAN BE PERFORMED DURING


SHREDDER NORMAL OPERATION

7.2.1 Oil levels


EVERY 250 WORKING HOURS

CAUTION
The shredder can be supplied either with or without oils, depending on
transport distances and the specific agreement with the customer. The
quantities reported in the following table are indicative; always fill until
the level sign or plug is reached.

Check the oil level in the reduction unit box and in the bearings housing through the level
indicators shown in the paragraph 5.1.6.
For oils/grease type, refer to Table 5-1.

7.2.2 Hydraulic power pack filter


The hydraulic power pack oil filter cartridge must be replaced when the indicator (vacuum
gauge) moves into the yellow zone, for a long period, or into the red zone: the check must be
performed during the work period (warm oil).
In case of vacuum switch alarm, check through the indicator if the filter cartridge is clogged
and where necessary replace it.
We also suggest replacing the filter cartridge during the oil replacement, if it has not been
changed recently.
In any case always comply with the replacement period suggested by the manufacturer.
To replace the filter operate as follows:
• Turn the tap off
• Unscrew the filter
• Screw the new filter on (wet the filter seal with some hydraulic oil) - It is advisable to screw
on the new filter by hand only.
• Open the tap.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
If the hydraulic power pack is started with the tap closed, the hydraulic
pump may be damaged.

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7.2.3 Intermediate seals control


EVERY 250 WORKING HOURS
Check that there are no leaks on the seals: if so, the clearance created can be eliminated by
tightening the screws fixing the stuffing rings and then restoring the seal.
• Stop the shredder and lock the main switch.
• Tighten the screws which fix the stuffing rings.

Seals Seals

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7.2.3.1Seals K 50 HP series

Figure 7-1 – Additional seals – Typical K50HP

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7.3 CHECKS RESERVED TO THE MAINTENANCE


TECHNICIAN

DANGER
All the maintenance operations described in this paragraph must be
carried out with shredder stopped and with main switch disconnected
and locked to protect against undesired starting.

7.3.1 Hydraulic oil replacement of the hydraulic power pack


The hydraulic oil replacement is particularly important for the good working of the machine. It
is recommended to follow the instructions provided below.
In normal working conditions the oil must be replaced at the following intervals:
• First replacement: after 500 hours of work and in any case not later than one year after
start-up;
• Maintenance replacements: every 2000 hours of work from the previous replacement and
in any case not later than one year after the last replacement

CAUTION
High temperatures and pressures will result in accelerated fluid aging and an
earlier fluid change may be required. Therefore we suggest taking a sample of
the fluid at least once, preferably more, between scheduled fluid changes for
analysis and determination of its suitability for continued use (see paragraph

Cleaning of the hydraulic circuit.

CAUTION
Ensure that the hoses do not become dirty or that foreign substances
do not enter the circuit.

CAUTION
During the hydraulic oil replacement, also replace the filter/s as
indicated in paragraph 7.2.2 Hydraulic power pack filter.

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7.3.2 Blades
EVERY 250 WORKING HOURS
It is extremely important to check that the blades are perfectly tightened as otherwise they
could interfere with each other and become damaged or broken.
To perform this check – always with machine stopped and with the main switch disconnected
and locked –the hopper must first be dismantled:
• loosen the hopper fastening bolts;
• hook the hopper;
• lift it away from the shredding chamber and place it on the ground.

Carry out the following checks:


• Check there are no visible spaces between the blades and spacers.
• Check that the blades do not rotate on the shaft.
To carry out this check, tap the blade circumferences with a nylon hammer

CAUTION
Do not use iron hammers or other iron tools as the blades could be
damaged and metal splinters could fly off and injure the operator .

If it is found that the blade unit is not perfectly tightened, the threaded rings must be
tightened – see the instructions in the following paragraphs.

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7.3.3 Tightening the blades pack

7.3.3.1Tightening the blades pack K 50 HP series

1a 2a
1. Loosen the screws (just a few turns, do 2. Empty out the oil from the front bearings
not remove them) of the sector rails that are housing
located along both side walls

3a 4a
3.Open the front cover 4. Free the threaded rings from the safety
washer

5a
5. Unscrew the first threaded rings using the
appropriate spanner

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CAUTION
Fasten the spanner to the shaft, screwing the locking nut on the
threaded bar, previously screwed into the hole on the shaft end.

6a 7a

6. Remove the safety washers 7. Tighten the second threaded ring to


tighten the blades pack (starting from the
fast shaft - right)

8a 9a

8. Tighten the second threaded ring to 9. Restore the lock with the safety washer
tighten the blades pack (slow shaft - left)

10a 11a

10. Screw the first threaded ring back on - 11. Replace and fasten the front cover
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fast shaft right

12a 13a

12. Refill with oil and start the shredder and 13. Tighten the screws of the cleaning sector
let the shafts turn for a few minutes. rails along both side walls.

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7.3.4 Dismantling the blades pack

7.3.4.1Dismantling the blades pack series K 50 HP

1a 2a

1. Push out the 4 dowel pins of the flange 2. Remove the fastening screws to separate
lower section the two flange sections

3a 4a

3. Remove the fastening screws from the 4. Lift and remove the flange upper section
flange upper section

5a 6a

5. Remove the fastening screws, lift and 6. Screw the plug into the shaft hole
remove the flange lower section

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8a
7a

7. Hook onto the pressure disc with the 8. Lift and remove the intermediate flange. Pull
extractor and pull out the group of seals out the sleeve seals
and bearings

9a
9. Remove screws from the cleaning sectors rail

10. Put out the blades the spacers, and the cleaning sectors

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11a 11b
11. When the first half of the blades unit has been dismantled, remove the upper and lower
cleaning sectors rail

7.3.5 Reassembling the blades

7.3.5.1Blades pack K 50 HP series


The blades assembly diagram is the one indicated below

CAUTION
During the dismantling and reassembling operation of the blades, the
slow shaft (left) must be kept horizontal, by means of a lifting system

• Reassemble the blades positioning them as indicated in the drawing, placing the
spacers and cleaning sectors in between; when the first half of the blades unit has
been reassembled, replace the lower cleaning sectors rail.
• Replace the intermediate flange.
• Replace the group of seals in sequence.

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Figure 7-2 – Front seals for 50HP series


• Reassemble the right shaft bearing, then the left one
• Replace the first threaded ring on each shaft and tighten it to the base with the
appropriate spanner supplied.
• Clean the lower flange contact surfaces and position them, inserting the 4 dowel pins,
then screw the bolts back on and tighten them.
• Spread some silicon sealing on the flange upper surface then replace the flange
upper section and fix it properly.
• Refill the front bearings housing with oil.

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7.3.6 Motion tests


In order to verify that the full reassembly operation has been performed correctly, it is
advisable to run the machine for a short period without the hopper.

DANGER
The following operation is carried out with hopper dismantled and
therefore without any protection: as such, the operator must pay
maximum attention and ensure that that are no unauthorised persons in
the work area. The operator must also ensure that no tools or foreign
materials have remained on the blades. They must remain at a distance
when performing the visual inspection and use the appropriate
protections (goggles, safety helmet).
• Start the shredder and run it in no-load conditions for a few minutes, checking there is no
interference between the blades and that there are no seizures or clearances.
• Switch off the shredder and disconnect it from the power supply mains again.

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7.3.7 Final settings

7.3.7.1Shredder for 2R 75÷300 HP series


If everything is working perfectly, close the shredder definitively:

Re-tighten the first threaded ring on each shaft, aligning one of the insertion locations of the
safety tab, and lock it.

To locate the position for tab insertion match,


continue tightening the threaded ring, not
unscrewing it.
Reassemble and tighten the second threaded
ring on each shaft and lock it with the safety
tab.
Replace and fix the front cover. Refill the
bearings housings support with oil.

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7.3.7.2Final torque intervention


CAUTION
Should the threaded ring tightening be insufficient or where part of the
shredded material remains trapped between the blades and the spacers,
it will be necessary to dismantle the blades pack.
For this intervention, please contact our Technical Assistance Service
(see paragraph 1.4 TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE.

Re-tighten the first threaded ring on each shaft with the torque as follows. Align one of the 4
insertion locations of the safety tab and lock it.
To ensure the position of the location for tab insertion matches, continue tightening the
threaded ring, not unscrewing it.
Reassemble and tighten the second threaded ring on each shaft and lock it with the safety
tab.
Check and re-tighten the stuffing rings fixing screws (version with additional seals, if
installed).
Replace and fix the front cover (If installed).
Assemble the feeding hopper.
If everything is working perfectly, close the shredder definitively.

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7.3.8 Lubrication with grease of the hydraulic power pack electric


motor
Every 1200 working hours
Perform greasing of the hydraulic power pack motor with grease type SKF LGMT3 (30 g/
each) or similar, as indicated in Figure 7-3.

greasing points

Figure 7-3 - Greasing points of the hydraulic power pack electric motor
Table 7-2 – Grease for electric motors bearings

QUANTITY OF GRASE PER


SREDDER SERIES WORKING HOURS
BEARING
50HP 20g 1800

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7.3.9 Replacing lubricating oils


First replacement: after 200 working hours.

Maintenance replacements: every 2500 working hours from the previous replacement, and
in any case not later than one year after the last replacement.

CAUTION
The shredder can be supplied either with or without oils, depending on
the transport distances and the specific agreement with the customer.
The quantities reported in the following table are indicative; always fill
until the level sign or plug is reached.

For the Oil refer to paragraph 5.1.6.


• Empty out the oil contained in the epicycle and gear reduction units and in the bearings
housing completely through the drain taps;
• Wash out the gearboxes and the housing with clean oil;
• Refill them again through the loading plugs.

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7.4 BLADE SHARPENING


The blades work best when their profile is perfectly sharp-edged and cutting. Obviously, their
working capacity decreases as wear increases. It is therefore advisable to re-sharpen the
blades when their hooks are rounded and worn.
"A" is the original thickness: if the difference between "A" and "B" is greater than 5 mm, re-
sharpening is required.
To this purpose, please contact our Technical Service department.
To check the condition of wear of the blades, take the measurement according to the
drawing.

Figure 7-4 – Blade sharpening

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7.5 HEAT EXCHANGER MAINTENANCE


Pay particular attention when cleaning the cooler element to ensure a natural exchange of air
in order to prevent a reduction in thermal efficiency.

CAUTION
When the hydraulic power pack is started, the fan of the heat exchanger
runs in reverse for 60 seconds to clean the heat exchanger from dust.

Air side cleaning


Cleaning on the air side can be performed using compressed air or water, directing the jet
parallel to the fins so as not to damage them.
Oily dirt or grease can be removed with a jet or stream or hot water.
During this operation, the electric motor must be disconnected from the voltage supply and
must be adequately protected.

Oil side cleaning


The exchanger should be dismantled to clean on the oil side. The dirt can be removed by
flushing through, in counter-current, the de-greasing substance, compatible with aluminium.
Wash with hydraulic oil before re-connecting the product to the plant.

7.5.1 Maintenance of cooling groups


Cleaning of air side
Cleaning can be performed using compressed air or water and directing the jet parallel to the
fins.
More thorough cleaning is achieved with the addition of a detergent product.
If the dirt accumulation is caused by oil or grease, cleaning can be performed with a jet of
steam or hot water, ensuring that the direction of the jet is appropriately guided.
During cleaning, the electric motor must be disconnected and adequately protected.

Cleaning of oil side


To accomplish this type of cleaning, the exchanger must be disassembled and flushed with
adequate product flow for a period ranging from 10' to 20'. The next step is to empty the
internal circuit with compressed air, ensuring that the pressure does not exceed the
maximum limit permitted for the exchanger.

Filter element replacement


Replace the filter element when the pressure indicator of the pressure gauge is in the red
zone.

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7.6 SHREDDER DEMOLITION


As there are different provisions in force in different countries, the laws and prescriptions
imposed by the local government of the relevant country must be adhered to.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Shredder demolition must be carried out by skilled personnel, both in
the electrical and mechanical fields.

Before starting the dismantling, an area that is sufficiently large and tidy must be created
around the machine to allow movement without creating further risks due to the environment.
Proceed as follows:
• disconnect the machine from the electricity supply mains;
• disconnect the electric cables exiting the disconnect switch;
• disconnect the switchboard feeding cables;
• empty out the oils from the gear units and the bearings housing;
• empty out the hydraulic oils from the tank of the hydraulic power pack;
• disconnect the hoses;
• remove the hydraulic motor;
• remove the hopper;
• open the shredding chamber and disassemble the blades, spacers and cleaning sectors;
• remove the shafts and gears;
• dismantle the support stand frames;
• Separate the parts of the machine according to their type: (i.e. metal, plastic, etc.) and send
them to the differentiated recycling centres.

CAUTION
Where necessary, adhere to the legal procedures in force in the relevant
country for the dismantling of machinery.

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8. MAIN FAULTS AND FAILURES


1) THE ELECTRIC MOTOR DOES NOT START

CAUSE REMEDY

Release the emergency push-button, see paragraph 6.2


Emergency push-button pressed
STARTING SEQUENCE
Close the doors, see paragraph 6.2 STARTING
Stand doors open
SEQUENCE
See paragraph 6.5, ANOMALOUS SITUATIONS,
Thermal relay tripped
EMERGENCIES, ALARMS
Open the hydraulic power pack panel and open the oil
The oil tap is closed tap. See paragraph 5.2 FIRST START-UP (NO LOAD
START-UP)

The oil in the tank is too low Refill the oil. See instruction at paragraph 6.5.5 Oil level

Wait until the oil reaches the temperature.


The oil is not at the correct temperature
See instruction at paragraph 6.5.6 Oil heater
See instruction at paragraph 6.5.4 Oil filter electric
Oil filter dirty
vacuum gauge
Push the reset-button, see paragraph 6.2 STARTING
Voltage drop or safety device intervention
SEQUENCE

2) THE POWER PACK IS WORKING BUT WHEN TURNING THE SELECTOR SWITCH ONTO
“FORWARD” THE SHAFTS DO NOT ROTATE

CAUSE REMEDY

THE POWER SUPPLY TO THE


MAKE THE CONNECTION TO THE SERVOVALVE
SERVOVALVE IS DISCONNECTED
THE ELECTRONIC BOARD IS
REPLACE THE ELECTRONIC BOARD
DEFECTIVE
TURN THE SELECTOR SWITCH ON THE
BLADES LOCK INTERVENTION
ELECTRONIC BOARD O-I ONTO POSITION O THEN I

3) THE POWER PACK AND THE SHAFTS HAVE BEEN STARTED BUT THE SHAFTS ROTATION
SPEED DOES NOT CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE MACHINE LOAD

CAUSE REMEDY

The electronic board is defective Replace the electronic board

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4) THE MACHINE IS JAMMED BY AN OVERLOAD BUT IT DOES NOT REVERSE

CAUSE REMEDY

The pressure switch is not adjusted


properly Check that the pressure switch is adjusted to 335bar

An hydraulic component is defective Check that the hydraulic circuit pressure Indicated by the
pressure gauge reaches the value of 335bar; should it
be lower, this means that one of the hydraulic
components is defective.
In this case contact our Technical Assistance
department.

5) THE MACHINE CONTINUALLY REVERSES ITS DIRECTION OF REVOLUTION AND STOPS IN


EMERGENCY

CAUSE REMEDY

Take out the unshreddable pieces, see paragraph 6.5


Unshreddable material in hopper
ANOMALOUS SITUATIONS, EMERGENCIES, ALARMS

Excessive feeding Reduce feeding of the material

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9. ATTACHMENTS
Code Description
150007DC Declaration of Conformity
I02-0024 Blades schema
S02-2232 General drawing
S44-0012 Hydraulic diagram
SE02-4001 Wiring diagram
SD02-4001-0 Electric components list
101815EL Transmission Quality Documents

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L N I1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6

24VAC Inputs I1...I6


24VAC

Outputs
Q1...Q4 : Relay 8A

1 2 1 2 1 2 1 2
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
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COMESSA ORDER

CLIENTE CUSTOMER

SD 02-4001-01 REV 00
DISTINTA DIAGRAM

SCHEMA CIRCUIT
SE 02-4001 REV 0
DIAGRAM

FREQUENZA
60 HZ
FREQUENCY

220 Vac
TENSIONE VOLTAGE

24 Vac
AUSILIARI AUXILIARY
24 Vdc
AUSILIARI AUXILIARY

TARATURA SCHEDA
PC BOARD SETTING A71 TP1-TP2 4,2VDC

MACCHINA SHREDDER
MODEL K,,/50

NUMERO DI SPIRE SUL TA 1


COILS NUMBER

POTENZA MOTORI

SIGLA CODE KW AVVIAMENTO

M12 37 STELLA /TRIANGOLO


START DELTA
DIRETTO-DIRECT-ON-
M17 0,37
LINE STARTER

GRADI DI PROTEZIONE
- DEGREE OF
PROTECTION

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IP2X INTERNO QUADRO ELETTRICO
APPROVATO Ing Radice

CONTATTI PULITI

REMOTE CUSTOM PIN

PAG 04 417-419 EMERGENZA INSERITA


EMERGENCY PRESSED

Pag 10 102-103 NASTRO DI SCARICO AVVIATO


STARTED UNLOADING CONVEYOR BELT

PAG 16 161-162 CONSENSO NASTRO DI CARICO


SIGNAL FEED CONVEYOR

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RELE' TERMICO SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC (63/80A) - DIFFERENTIAL THERMAL OVERLOAD RELAY


1 FR14 LRD3363 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
FOR USE WITH FUSES

1 FU14 1612160 FUSIBILE NH1 RITARDATO 160A - CYLINDRICAL FUSES TIME DELAY AM ITALWEBER '=QG

1 FU14 1612160 FUSIBILE NH1 RITARDATO 160A - CYLINDRICAL FUSES TIME DELAY AM ITALWEBER '=QG

1 FU14 1612160 FUSIBILE NH1 RITARDATO 160A - CYLINDRICAL FUSES TIME DELAY AM ITALWEBER '=QG

1 FU14 2573011 BASE PORT TRIP NH1 -TERMINAL BLOCK FUSEHOLDER 600V 250A NH1 ITALWEBER '=QG

1 M13 MOTORE 37KW 400/690V 50HZ 2POLI B3-B5 - ELECTRIC MOTOR SMEM '=CENT

1 M17 MOTORE 0.37KW 230/400V 50HZ 4POLI B3 - ELECTRIC MOTOR SMEM '=CENT

INTERRUTTORE AUTOMATICO SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC GV2-ME06 (1.6A/2,5) -THERMAL MAGNETIC


1 QF17 GV2ME07 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
CIRCUIT-BREAKERS

BLOCCO CONTATTO AUSILIARE FRONTALE GV-AE11- MANUAL STARTER AUX CONTACT 575VAC
1 QF17 GVAE11 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
1AMP

BLOCCO CONTATTO AUSILIARE LATERALE GV-AN11- MANUAL STARTER AUX CONTACT 575VAC
1 QF17 GVAN11 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
1AMP

INTERRUTTORE SEZIONATORE 250A SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC CON FUSIBILI NH1 - SWITCH-


1 QU11 GS2N3 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=P_QG
DISCONNECTOR-FUSES

DISPOSITIVO DI COMANDO FRONTALE NERO SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC LUCHETTABILE PER


1 QU11 GS2AH530 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=P_QG
SEZIONATORE 100-400A (COD.GS1AH130) -

1 QU11 GS1AP33 CALOTTE DI PROTEZIONE PER SEZIONATORE 100-160A SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC COD GS1-AP33 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=P_QG

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PROLUNGA PER COMANDO RINVIATO


1 QU11 GS2AE2 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=P_QG
CALIBRO INTERRUTTORE 50-400A SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC COD GS1-AE2

1 1610200 FUSIBILE 200A GG NH1 - CYLINDRICAL FUSES 200A GG NH1 ITALWEBER '=QG

1 1610200 FUSIBILE 200A GG NH1 - CYLINDRICAL FUSES 200A GG NH1 ITALWEBER '=QG

1 1610200 FUSIBILE 200A GG NH1 - CYLINDRICAL FUSES 200A GG NH1 ITALWEBER '=QG

1 TA14 TAB335 TRASFORMATORE AMPEROMETRICO 335 SPIRE - AMMETRIC TRANSFORMER SATRIND '=QG

BASE BIPOLARE PORTAFUSIBILE SEZ 10X38 DF102 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC -TERMINAL BLOCK
3 FU31 DF102 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
FUSEHOLDER 600V 30A DF102

FUSIBILE CILINDRICO RITARDATO 2A (AM 10X38) - CYLINDRICAL FUSES TIME DELAY 2A (AM
3 FU31 1422002 ITALWEBER '=QG
10X38)

FUSIBILE CILINDRICO RITARDATO 2A (AM 10X38) - CYLINDRICAL FUSES TIME DELAY 2A (AM
3 FU31 1422002 ITALWEBER '=QG
10X38)

3 FU33 2301038 BASE BIPOLARE PORTAFUSIBILE SEZ 10X38 -TERMINAL BLOCK FUSEHOLDER ITALWEBER '=QG

3 FU33 1421002 FUSIBILE CILINDRICO RAPIDO 2A (GG 10X38) -CYLINDRICAL FUSES FAST ACTING 2A (GG 10X38) ITALWEBER '=QG

3 FU34 2301038 BASE BIPOLARE PORTAFUSIBILE SEZ 10X38 -TERMINAL BLOCK FUSEHOLDER ITALWEBER '=QG

3 FU34 1421002 FUSIBILE CILINDRICO RAPIDO 2A (GG 10X38) -CYLINDRICAL FUSES FAST ACTING 2A (GG 10X38) ITALWEBER '=QG

3 GD33 S8VK-C12024 ALIMENTATORE STABILIZZATO INPUT 100-240AC OUT 24DC 3A 72W - DC POWER SUPPLY OMRON '=QG

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3 QF35 A9F74101 MAGNETOTERMICO BIPOLARE 1A - MINIATURE CIRCUIT BREAKERS SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG

BLOCCO DIFFERENZIALE 2P 25A 30MA MERLIN GERIN COD 26581 -RESIDUAL CURRENT
3 QF35 A9Q41225 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
PROTECTIVE DEVICES

3 T36 MAT27677 TRASFORMATORE PRIMARIO 0-230-400 SECONDARIO 55-0-55 MGTRASFORMATORI '=QG

4 KA42 XPSAK351144 CENTRALINA SICUREZZA SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC 120VAC- - SAFETY MODULES SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG

4 FU40 1421002 FUSIBILE CILINDRICO RAPIDO 2A (GG 10X38) -CYLINDRICAL FUSES FAST ACTING 2A (GG 10X38) ITALWEBER '=QG

4 FU40 2301038 BASE BIPOLARE PORTAFUSIBILE SEZ 10X38 -TERMINAL BLOCK FUSEHOLDER ITALWEBER '=QG

4 FU46 1421002 FUSIBILE CILINDRICO RAPIDO 2A (GG 10X38) -CYLINDRICAL FUSES FAST ACTING 2A (GG 10X38) ITALWEBER '=QG

4 FU46 2301038 BASE BIPOLARE PORTAFUSIBILE SEZ 10X38 -TERMINAL BLOCK FUSEHOLDER ITALWEBER '=QG

4 FU46A 2301038 BASE BIPOLARE PORTAFUSIBILE SEZ 10X38 -TERMINAL BLOCK FUSEHOLDER ITALWEBER '=QG

4 FU46A 1421004 FUSIBILE CILINDRICO RAPIDO 4A (GG 10X38) -CYLINDRICAL FUSES FAST ACTING 4A (GG 10X38) ITALWEBER '=QG

LAMPADA SPIA BIANCO CON LED 120Vac 50/60HZ SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC PILOT LIGHTS WITH
4 HL40 XB4BVG1 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=P_QG
INTEGRAL LED WHITE

RELE' MINIATURA SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC RXM4AB2F7 24VAC+LED 4 CONTATTI -RXM4AB2F7


4 KA41 RXM4AB2F7 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
RELAY PLUG-IN RELAY PLUG-IN SOCKET DIN RAIL OR FLANGE WITH ADAPTER 4PDT

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CONTATTORE AUSILIARIO SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC CAD-N32 B7 24V 50/60HZ -AUXILIARY


4 KA44 CAD32B7 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
CONTACTOR

CONTATTORE AUSILIARIO SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC CAD-N32 B7 24V 50/60HZ -AUXILIARY


4 KA45 CAD32B7 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
CONTACTOR

4 KM46 LC1F225 CONTATTORE TRIPOLARE SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC 3-POLE CONTACTORS SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG

4 KM46 LX1FG110 BOBINA 110VAC - COIL 110VAC SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG

4 SB41 XB7NA65 PULSANTE BLU +NO SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC XB4BA61 - PUSHBUTTONS WITH FLUSH PUSH BLUE SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=P_QG

PULSANTE A FUNGO ROSSO DI SICUREZZA XB4BS8445 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC - TRIGGER


4 SB47 XB7NS8444 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=P_QG
ACTION TURN TO RELEASE EMERGENCY STOP

PULSANTE A FUNGO ROSSO DI SICUREZZA XB4BS8445 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC - TRIGGER


4 SB48 XB7NS8444 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=BM
ACTION TURN TO RELEASE EMERGENCY STOP

5 HA58 XVBC9M ELEMENTO SONORO DIAMETRO 70 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC 120Vac - SOUNDER UNIT 90DB AT I MT SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=CENT

BASE+ COPERCHIO PER LAMPEGGIANTE SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC XVBC21 70MM - BASE UNIT+
5 HA58 XVBC21 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=CENT
COVER 70MM DIAMETER

LAMPEGGIANTE ARANCIO 120VAC SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC - ILLUMINATED BEACONS WITH


5 HA58 XVBC5G5 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=CENT
INTEGRAL FLASHING LIGHT SIGNALLING ORANGE

RELE' MINIATURA SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC RXM4AB2F7 24VAC+LED 4 CONTATTI -RXM4AB2F7


5 KA53 RXM4AB2F7 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
RELAY PLUG-IN RELAY PLUG-IN SOCKET DIN RAIL OR FLANGE WITH ADAPTER 4PDT

CONTATTORE TRIPOLARE SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC LC1D95F7 120V 50/60HZ -3POLE CONTACTORS


5 KM55 LC1D95F7 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
95A

CONTATTORE TRIPOLARE SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC LC1D95F7 120V 50/60HZ -3POLE CONTACTORS


5 KM56 LC1D95F7 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
95A

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5 KM57 LC1D95F7 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
95A

TEMPORIZZATORE STELLA TRIANGOLO 120Vac 110-240VAC SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC RE8Y G31BU -


5 KT53 RE8YG31BUTQ SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
TIMER.STAR.DELTA.1C/O.3-30SEC

BLOCCO CONTATTI TEMPORIZZATI SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC 1-30S LADS2 -CONTACTOR CONTACT


5 KT56 LADS2 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
BLOCK 10A DELAY RANGE 1 TO 30 SECONDS

5 SB52 XB7NA25 PULSANTE SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC ZB4-BA232 COLORE NERO - PUSH BUTTON BLACK SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=P_QG

PULSANTE VERDE LUMINOSO 120Vac 50/60HZ NC+NO SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC XB4-BW33B5 -


5 SH52 XB5BW33B5 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=P_QG
PUSH BUTTON GREEN

6 S64 VUOTOSTATO ES-0,3 BAR N.A + CAP 1 - VACUUM SWITCH FARO '=CENT

SENSORE DI PRESSIONE IFM PN3060 COMBINATO 0...600 BAR - COMBINED PRESSURE SENSOR
7 BP71 IFM '=CENT
IFM 0...600BAR

7 A71 E1098D SCHEDA ELETTRONICA E1098D PER PANNELLO OPERATORE - ELECTRONIC CONTROL SATRIND '=QG

LAMPADA SPIA VERDE CON LED 120Vac 50/60HZ SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC COD XB4BVB3 - PILOT
7 HL75 XB4BVG3 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=P_QG
LIGHTS WITH INTEGRAL LED GREEN

7 RP71 ZB5AD922 POTENZIOMETRO 2,5Komh - POTENTIOMETER SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=P_QG

7 YV74 #N/A SATRIND '=CENT

8 KA82 RXM4AB2BD RELE' MINIATURA SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC 24DC 4 CONTATTI - MINIATURE PULG-IN RELAY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG

LAMPADA SPIA CON LED 120Vac 50/60HZ GIALLA SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC ZB4BVB5 120Vac - LED
8 HL87 XB4BVG5 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=P_QG
PILOT LIGHT MODULE YELLOW

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RELE' MINIATURA SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC RXM4AB2F7 24VAC+LED 4 CONTATTI -RXM4AB2F7


10 KA102 RXM4AB2F7 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
RELAY PLUG-IN RELAY PLUG-IN SOCKET DIN RAIL OR FLANGE WITH ADAPTER 4PDT

10 SA102 XB5AD25 SELETTORE 0-1 +NO SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC XB4BD21 - SELECTOR SWITCH SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=P_QG

SENSORE IFM INDUTTIVO FILETTATURA METALLICA M12X1 PNP 10...36VDC-INDUCTIVE SENSOR


11 BF112 IFM '=CENT
METAL THREAD M12 X 1 COD IFS204

11 KA112 RXM4AB2BD RELE' MINIATURA SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC 24DC 4 CONTATTI - MINIATURE PULG-IN RELAY SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG

LAMPADA SPIA CON LED 120Vac 50/60HZ GIALLA SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC ZB4BVB5 120Vac - LED
11 HL117 XB4BVG5 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=P_QG
PILOT LIGHT MODULE YELLOW

SELETTORE CON RITORNO AL CENTRO NO+NO SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC XB4 BD53 - SELECTOR
12 SA123 XB5AD53 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=P_QG
SWITCHES SPRING RETURN TO CENTRE

CONTATTORE TRIPOLARE SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC LC1-D09 B7 24V 50/60HZ - 3-POLE


13 KM134 LC1D09B7 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
CONTACTORS 9A

FILTRO ANTIDISTURBO R.C. SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC LAD4RCE 24-48V - RC COIL SUPPRESSOR


13 RC134 LAD4RCE SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
MODULE FOR D CONTACTOR

CONTATTORE TRIPOLARE SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC LC1-D09 B7 24V 50/60HZ - 3-POLE


13 KM136 LC1D09B7 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
CONTACTORS 9A

FILTRO ANTIDISTURBO R.C. SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC LAD4RCE 24-48V - RC COIL SUPPRESSOR


13 RC136 LAD4RCE SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
MODULE FOR D CONTACTOR

15 PLC150 SR3B101FU ZELIO LOGIC PROGRAMMATORE LOGICO SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC SR3B101B 24VAC 6I 4OUT SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG

15 FU150 2301038 BASE BIPOLARE PORTAFUSIBILE SEZ 10X38 -TERMINAL BLOCK FUSEHOLDER ITALWEBER '=QG

15 FU150 1421001 FUSIBILE CILINDRICO RAPIDO 1A (GG 10X38) -CYLINDRICAL FUSES FAST ACTING 1A (GG 10X38) ITALWEBER '=QG

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RELE' MINIATURA SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC RXM4AB2F7 24VAC+LED 4 CONTATTI -RXM4AB2F7


16 KA161 RXM4AB2F7 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
RELAY PLUG-IN RELAY PLUG-IN SOCKET DIN RAIL OR FLANGE WITH ADAPTER 4PDT

RELE' MINIATURA SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC RXM4AB2F7 24VAC+LED 4 CONTATTI -RXM4AB2F7


16 KA162 RXM4AB2F7 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
RELAY PLUG-IN RELAY PLUG-IN SOCKET DIN RAIL OR FLANGE WITH ADAPTER 4PDT

17 A176 E1120 SCHEDA ELETTRONICA E1120 - ELECTRONIC CONTROL SATRIND '=QG

17 CS179 E1066 PANNELLO OPERATORE 1066 - OPERATOR PANEL SATRIND '=P_QG

TERMORESISTENZA RTS PT100 IEC 751 CLASSE B 3-FILI - RESISTANCE TEMPERATURE


19 B195 TERMOTECH '=CENT
DETECTOR

20 SL202 LIVELLOSTATO ELETTROTEC LMA2FA400-BTS TEMP. MAX. 130°C FORMA 90°- LEVEL SWITCH TERMOTECH '=CENT

RELE' MINIATURA SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC RXM4AB2F7 24VAC+LED 4 CONTATTI -RXM4AB2F7


21 KA211 RXM4AB2F7 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
RELAY PLUG-IN RELAY PLUG-IN SOCKET DIN RAIL OR FLANGE WITH ADAPTER 4PDT

RELE' MINIATURA SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC RXM4AB2F7 24VAC+LED 4 CONTATTI -RXM4AB2F7


21 KA212 RXM4AB2F7 SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC '=QG
RELAY PLUG-IN RELAY PLUG-IN SOCKET DIN RAIL OR FLANGE WITH ADAPTER 4PDT

24 DRC27.35 QUADRO ZANARDO DRC 27 IP55 H.2000XL.800XP.500 -CABINET ZANARDO '=QG

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