Hutchinson Portable Drive
PORTABLE DRIVE-OVER
BELT CONVEYOR
OWNER’S & OPERATOR’S
MANUAL
Effective February 19, 2008
Publication No. 1027791
THIS MANUAL IS FOR CONVEYORS WITH SERIAL NUMBERS OF 922625 OR HIGHER.
P.O. Box 629 514 W. Crawford Clay Center, KS 67432
Phone 785-632-2161 1-800-523-6993 FAX 785-632-5964
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
PRICES:
Prices in effect at time of shipment will apply. Prices are subject to change without notice. All prices are
F.O.B. Clay Center, Kansas. Orders shipped from locations other than Clay Center, Kansas will be subject
to additional charges, such as back freight and/or additional freight.
SERVICE
CHARGE:
A service charge will be assessed on all past due balances as permitted by state law not to exceed 1-1/2%
per month.
MIINMUM
ORDER:
BACK
ORDERS:
Processing and handling costs necessitate a minimum charge of $15.00 net on all orders.
DAMAGED
GOODS:
It is the consignee’s responsibility to check all shipments thoroughly upon receipt of goods. If any damage
is discovered, it must be noted on the freight bill of lading before signing. The consignee must make
necessary claims against the respective freight line. All damage claims must be submitted within 30 days
of delivery receipt.
SHORTAGES:
All shortages must be noted at time of delivery receipt. Shortages must be noted on the freight bill of lading
Back orders will be shipped as they become available. Contact Hutchinson/Mayrath Customer Service for
alternative shipping options or if cancellation is desired.
before signing. Hutchinson/Mayrath must be advised of all concealed shortages upon discovery. Once
notified of concealed shortages Hutchinson/Mayrath will advise corrective action to be taken.
RETURN OF
GOODS:
All returns must be approved by Hutchinson/Mayrath prior to shipment. All return requests will be issued a
return authorization number. NO RETURNS WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A RETURN AUTHORIZATION
NUMBER AND PRIOR AUTHORIZATION FROM THE FACTORY. All returns must be shipped prepaid. A 15%
restocking charge will be applied to all returned merchandise. Custom products may not be returned for
credit. Only current products in new and saleable condition may be returned. No safety devices may be
returned for credit.
MODIFICATIONS:
It is the policy of Hutchinson/Mayrath to improve its product whenever possible and practical to do so. We
reserve the right to make changes, improvements and modifications at any time without incurring the obligation
to make such changes, improvements and modifications on any equipment sold previously.
LIMITED
WARRANTY:
(a) For a period of (1) year after receipt of goods by the original consumer buyer, Hutchinson/Mayrath will
supply free of charge replacement parts for parts that prove defective in workmanship or material. Defective
parts must be returned freights prepaid to a specified Hutchinson/Mayrath location. Only Hutchinson/Mayrath
original repair parts may be used for warranty repairs.
(b) This limited warranty does not extend to parts designed to wear in normal operation and be replaced
periodically, or to damage caused by negligence, accident, abuse or improper installation or operation.
(c) GOODS NOT MANUFACTURED BY HUTCHINSON/MAYRATH CARRY ONLY THE MANUFACTURER’S
WARRANTY.
(d) THIS UNDERTAKING IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THE OWNER’S & OPERATOR’S MANUALS AND
THE ITEMS LISTED BELOW WILL RESULT IN THE VOIDING OF THIS LIMITED WARRANTY.
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LIMITATION
OF LIABILITY:
Improper assembly, including failure to properly install all safety equipment.
Improper installation (power & wiring included)
Unauthorized alterations of goods.
Goods operated when obviously in need of repair.
Use of unauthorized repair parts.
Irresponsible operation.
Used to handle materials other than free flowing, non-abrasive and dry materials, as intended.
Damaged through abusive use or accident.
BUYER AGREES THAT IN NO EVENT SHALL HUTCHINSON/MAYRATH HAVE LIABILITY FOR DIRECT
DAMAGES IN EXCESS OF THE CONTRACT PRICE OF THE GOODS IN RESPECT TO WHICH CLAIM IS
MADE. BUYER FURTHER AGREES THAT IN NO EVENT SHALL HUTCHINSON/MAYRATH ON ANY CLAIM OF
ANY KIND HAVE LIABILITY FOR LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF PROFITS, OR FOR ANY INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL
OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
SAFETY
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GENERAL SAFETY STATEMENT
SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL
This manual was written with the safety of the
operator and others who work with the
equipment as our prime concern. The
instructions presented will help the reader
learn SAFE day to day work practices. We
want you as our partner in safety.
The symbol shown below is used to call your
attention to instructions concerning your
personal safety. Watch this symbol - it points
out important safety precautions. It means
“ATTENTION! Become alert! Your personal
safety is involved!” Read the message that
follows and be alert to the possibility of
personal injury or death.
It is your responsibility as an owner, operator
or supervisor to know what specific safety
requirements and precautions exist and to
make these known to all other personnel
working with the equipment or in the area, so
that they too may safely perform their duties
and avoid any potentially hazardous
situations.
Please remember safety equipment
provides important protection for persons
around a grain handling system that is in
operation. Be sure all ALL safety shields and
protection devices are installed and properly
maintained. If any shields or guards are
damaged or missing, contact your dealer to
obtain the correct items.
BE ALERT!
YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED
Avoid any alterations of the equipment. Such
alterations may create a dangerous situation
where serious injury or death may occur.
WARNING
Anyone who will operate or
work around this machine
shall first read this manual!
This manual must be delivered with the
equipment to its owner. Failure to read
this manual and its safety instructions
is a misuse of the equipment.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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General Safety Statements ................................................................................................... 1
Safety Symbol ....................................................................................................................... 1
Operator Qualifications .......................................................................................................... 3
Sign-off Sheet ........................................................................................................................ 3
Machine Inspection and Features .......................................................................................... 4
POWER REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................................... 4
HITCHING TO TRACTOR ....................................................................................................... 5
MOVING THE CONVEYOR ................................................................................................... 6
PLACEMENT OF CONVEYOR ............................................................................................. 7
DESIGNATED WORK AREA ................................................................................................. 8
Work Area Diagram ..................................................................................................... 8
Rules of Safe Work Area ............................................................................................. 8
OPERATING PROCEDURES ............................................................................................. 9-12
General Operation ....................................................................................................... 9
Break-in Information .................................................................................................... 9
Conveyor Belt Information ............................................................................................ 9
Electric Motor Drive Information ................................................................................... 9
Hydraulic Drive Information ......................................................................................... 10
Direct PTO Drive Information ..................................................................................... 10-11
Shutdown ................................................................................................................... 12
Lockout ...................................................................................................................... 12
Operating Capacities .................................................................................................. 12
RELOCATION OF CONVEYOR ............................................................................................ 12
LUBRICATION AND MAINTENANCE .................................................................................. 13-15
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS .............................................................................................16-45
Housing Assembly ...................................................................................................16-18
Conveyor Undercarriage ............................................................................................19-21
Hold Down Wheels & Seals ....................................................................................... 22
Wheel Cover, Walkway& Handrail .............................................................................23-24
Conveyor Belt ...........................................................................................................25-27
Discharge Spout ......................................................................................................... 28
Bottom Cover Panels .................................................................................................. 29
Hopper Side Panels & Skirts ...................................................................................... 30
Hopper Lift Cable ......................................................................................................31-33
Belt Safety Skirt ......................................................................................................... 34
Conveyor Hitch ........................................................................................................... 35
Electric Motor Drive ..................................................................................................36-37
Hydraulic Motor Drive ................................................................................................. 38
Optional Hydraulic Control Package ........................................................................... 39
PTO Drive ................................................................................................................... 40
Belt Tension & Training .............................................................................................41-43
Belt Splicing .............................................................................................................43-44
NOTICE TO DEALER / ASSEMBLER .................................................................................. 44
TROUBLE SHOOTING .......................................................................................................46-47
PARTS LIST ............................................................................................................... P-1 thru P-22
SERIAL NUMBER
To ensure efficient and prompt service, please furnish us with the model and serial number of your conveyor in
all correspondence or other contact. The serial plate is located on the right side of the conveyor housing near
the drive.
RIGHT AND LEFT DESIGNATION
When determining which is the left or right hand side of the unit, it is as if a person were standing at the intake
end and looking toward the discharge end.
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GENERAL INFORMATION
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OPERATOR QUALIFICATIONS
Operation of this Belt Conveyor shall be limited to
competent and experienced persons. In addition, anyone
who will operate or work around a Belt Conveyor must
use good common sense. In order to be qualified, he
must also know and meet all other requirements, such
as:
1. Some regulations specify that no one under the age
of 16 may operate power machinery. This includes
Belt Conveyors. It is your responsibility to know what
these regulations are in your area or situation.
2. Current OSHA regulations state in part: “At the time
of initial assignment and at least annually thereafter,
the employer shall instruct every employee in safe
operation and servicing of all equipment with which
the employee is, or will be involved.”*
3. Unqualified persons are to stay out of the work area.
See page 4.
4. A person who has not read and understood all
operating and safety instructions is not qualified to
operate the machine.
*Federal Occupational Safety & Health Standards\
for Agriculture Subpart D, Section 1928.57 (a) (6).
SIGN OFF SHEET
As a requirement of OSHA, it is necessary for the employer to train the employee in the safe operation and safety
procedures with this conveyor. We include this sign off sheet for your convenience and personal record keeping.
DATE
EMPLOYER SIGNATURE
EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE
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GENERAL INFORMATION
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MACHINE INSPECTION
MACHINE FEATURES
After delivery of your new conveyor and/or completion
of assembly and before each use, inspection of the
machine is mandatory. Use the assembly
instructions in this manual as a reference to
determine that the conveyor is assembled properly.
This inspection should include, but not be limited
to:
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1. Check to see that all guards listed in the assembly
instructions are in place, secured and functional.
The shields on the PTO driveline must rotate
easily.
2. Check all safety signs and replace any that are
worn, missing or illegible. The safety signs are
listed in the back of this manual. Safety signs
may be obtained from your dealer or ordered from
the factory.
3. Check feeder lift winch and cable for security and
operation. There should be at least three
complete wraps of cable around winch drum in
full down position. Cable anchor on winch drum
must be tight.
4. Are all fasteners tight?
5. Are drive belts properly adjusted? (See
Maintenance Section.)
6. Is conveyor belt properly adjusted? (See
Maintenance Section.)
Low drive-over clearance; only 5 1/2” high.
Easy lift hopper side panels.
7’ x 10’ wide ramp area.
Capacity - up to 10,000 bushels per hour.
Extra wide 24” belt.
Smooth transition from horizontal to incline.
Higher capacity with lower belt speeds.
Three drive choices.
Undercarriage lift choices.
Receive from side dump wagons, as well as bottom
dump and rear dump vehicles.
- “S” type drive on return belt for greater drive efficiency
and lower belt tension requirements. Includes snub
pulley to give greater wrap at drive pulley for slip free
operation.
- Spring loaded belt take-up for lower operating belt
tensions.
- Guide roller assembly to keep belt tracking properly.
- Walk across platform and handrail provided to cross
conveyor.
- Adjustable angle discharge spout.
- Removable hitch tube.
- Self cleaning wing type tail pulley.
Obtain any needed replacement parts from your
dealer and install before using the machine.
POWER REQUIREMENTS (DRIVE)
MOTOR
RECOMMENDED
ELECTRIC H.P. FRAME SIZE
10 HP
215T
RECOMMENDED
MOTOR PULLEY
Pitch Dia. 5.0"
2-Groove "B" Section
RECOMMENDED
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
PRESSURE
RECOMMENDED
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
CAPACITY
1500 PSI
20 Gallons per minute
NOTE: Hoses for hydraulic drive are not provided.
Minimum hose size of 3/4” is recommended.
Hydraulic motor ports are 7/8” o-ring.
PTO DRIVE
25 PTO horsepower recommended.
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TRANSPORTING
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HITCHING TO TRACTOR
INSTRUCTIONS
1. The hitch jack is intended to lift the intake for
hitching and unhitching purposes. The jack should
be positioned approximately vertical to the ground.
Crank the jack handle clockwise to extend the
jack. Raise the intake only as much as necessary
to attach to the drawbar of the towing vehicle.
2. Pin the conveyor hitch to the tractor drawbar.
Make certain the hitch pin is securely attached.
3. An auxiliary attachment system (safety chain) is
required to retain the connection between towing
and towed machines in the event of separation of
the primary attachment system. The safety chain
should be routed through the tube on the hitch
and fastened to the tractor. A clevis or intermediate
chain support should be fastened to the tractor
drawbar no farther than 6” from the hitch pin.
NOTE : The safety chain is not furnished with the
conveyor.
4. After the conveyor is secured to the towing vehicle,
completely retract the jack base or pull the pin
and remove the jack.
INTERMEDIATE
SAFETY CHAIN
SUPPORT
SAFETY CHAIN
LOOPED THROUGH
TUBE ON HITCH
HITCH
JACK
HITCH
TUBE
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TRANSPORTING
MOVING THE CONVEYOR
Move the conveyor with a tractor to or from the work
area. A pick-up truck or other suitable vehicle may
be used for transporting the conveyor over greater
distances. Comply with your state and local
regulations governing marking, towing and maximum
width. Observe safe driving and operation practices.
Follow these steps when transporting the conveyor:
1. Always lower the undercarriage, (i.e. raise the
conveyor) install the cylinder stop over the
extended cylinder rod and let the conveyor weight
onto the stop before transporting. NEVER
transport the conveyor with the weight
supported by the extended hydraulic
cylinder rod.
3. Always lower the hopper side panels down
onto the ramp surfaces before transporting.
The hopper side panel lift cable should not be
in tension when transporting the conveyor.
4. Hitch should be secured to tractor and jack
stored in transport position. Hitch safety chain
must be fastened in place.
Before moving the conveyor, the operator should
make sure all personnel are clear of the Moving
Conveyor Hazard Area as shown in the
following diagram. Never allow persons to ride
on the conveyor when it is being transported.
2. The axle stop plates should be pinned in place
on both sides of the conveyor frame. These serve
as a safety stop to prevent the axle from rotating
too far.
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TRANSPORTING
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PLACEMENT OF CONVEYOR
Step 2
Using the hydraulic lift cylinder provided for the
undercarriage, lift the conveyor enough to take the
weight off the cylinder rod stop. Remove the stop
and lower the conveyor to the ground.
Step 3
Raise the hitch jack enough to un-hitch from the
towing vehicle. Lower hitch end of conveyor to the
ground using the hitch jack.
Step 1
Move conveyor slowly toward working position with
a tractor. Locate the conveyor on level ground as
close as possible to the bin or other structure. Leave
adequate room for loaded vehicles to reach the
conveyor intake area conveniently. The wheels must
be allowed to roll freely when raising. Be sure the
area is clear of any obstructions.
Make certain everyone is clear
of the work area when moving
the conveyor.
Step 4
Always make certain the adjustable hopper side
panels are in the fully down position prior to driving
the unload vehicle across the conveyor. Also, make
certain the panels are fully down before the vehicle
is moved off the conveyor after unloading.
IM PORTAN T
Make sure entire area above conveyor and
in line of travel is clear of overhead
obstructions and electrical wires. Failure
to do so may result in electrocution.
Maintain at least ten (10) feet of clearance.
Electrocution can occur without direct
contact.
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LOW ER A DJUSTABLE HOPPER
PAN ELS BEFORE DRIVIN G
ON OR OFF THE CON VEYOR
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DESIGNATED WORK AREA
DESIGNATED WORK AREA
Before starting the conveyor, a designated work area
should be established and properly marked. The
following diagrams will show the manufacturers
designated work areas. These areas shall be marked
off with colored nylon or plastic rope hung as portable
barriers to define the designated work areas.
RULES FOR SAFE WORK AREA
Under no circumstances should
persons not involved in the
operation be allowed to trespass
into the work area.
It shall be the duty of all operators to see that
children and/or other persons stay out of the
work areas! Trespass into the work area by
anyone not involved in the actual operation,
or trespass into a hazard area by anyone, shall
result in an immediate shut down by the
operator.
It shall be the responsibility of all operators to
see that the work area has secure footing, is
clean and free of all debris, and tools which
might cause accidental tripping and/or falling.
It shall also be their responsibility to keep the
work area clean and orderly during the
operation.
PTO drive shown. Electric and hydraulic drive
work areas are similar.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
GENERAL OPERATION
It is essential to inspect your drive before adding
power and know how to shut down in an
emergency.
During the operation of your conveyor, one person shall
be in a position to monitor the operation. Any conveyor
when it is new or after it sets idle for a season should
go through a "break-in" period. The conveyor should
be run at partial capacity until several hundred bushels
of grain have been conveyed to polish the belt slide
surfaces. When the surfaces are polished, the
conveyor can be run at full capacity.
During the initial start up and
break-in period, the operator
shall be aware of any unusual
vibrations or noises, that would
indicate a need for service or repair.
Keep all safety shields and devices in
place.
Keep hands, feet and clothing away from
moving parts.
The operator should have a full view of
the work area and check that all personnel
are clear of designated work area before
adding power.
SHUT OFF POWER AND LOCKOUT
DRIVE TO ADJUST, SERVICE OR
CLEAN.
CONVEYOR BELT INFORMATION
It is very important that the conveyor belt run in the
center of the conveyor when operating. Carefully read
through the belt tension and training instructions on
pages 41-43 before attempting to operate the conveyor.
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ELECTRIC MOTOR DRIVE
INFORMATION
Always use a motor with required H.P. suggested in
the charts below. Use a motor that operates at 1750
RPM. Electric motors and controls shall be installed
by a qualified electrician and must meet the standards
set by the National Electrical Code and all local and
state codes. Reset and Motor Starting Controls may
be mounted directly to the conveyor or in a nearby
area, but they must be located so that the operators
have full view of the entire operation from the control
location.
A magnetic starter should be used to protect your
motor when starting and stopping. It should stop the
motor in case of power interruption, conductor fault,
low voltage, circuit interruption, or motor overload. Then
the motor must be restarted manually. Some motors
have built-in thermal overload protection. If this type
motor is used, use only those with manual reset.
Disconnect power before
resetting motor overloads.
Make certain electric motors are
grounded.
Electric motor and motor sheave are not provided.
Use the following table for recommended sizes. Using
these recommendations will provide a belt speed of
approximately 800 FPM. NOTE: Standard driven
sheave provided is 18.4" pitch diameter.
If slower belt speeds are desired, a 4.2” pitch dia.
motor sheave will provide approximately a 680 FPM
belt speed.
MOTOR
RECOMMENDED
ELECTRIC H.P. FRAME SIZE
10 HP
215T
RECOMMENDED
MOTOR PULLEY
Pitch Dia. 5.0"
2-Groove "B" Section
NOTE: If the conveyor has the extended incline section
(i.e. a non portable model) use a 15 HP motor.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
HYDRAULIC MOTOR DRIVE
INFORMATION
IMPORTANT: Use a tractor which has the proper
hydraulic capacity (20 gallons per minute
minimum) with a hydraulic oil pressure of at least
1500 PSI.
The hydraulic motor ports are 7/8” o-ring. Hoses to
the motor are not provided. Minimum recommended
hose size is 3/4”.
The hydraulic control lever on the tractor will operate
the motor in either direction, making it possible to run
the conveyor belt in the wrong direction. Therefore,
make certain the belt is moving from the loading hopper
into the conveyor incline section. NOTE: A check
valve can be put in one of the hydraulic lines to limit
flow to one direction only. If a check valve is installed,
make certain it is capable of the required oil volume
required.
NOTE ABOUT HYDRAULIC MOTORS AND
TRACTOR:
Hydraulic motors, when used properly, can be a very
good source of power. Hydraulics, on the other hand,
are a sophisticated system and can create problems,
if not properly installed. Ordinarily, the hydraulic
motors can be plugged into the standard outlets on
the back of a tractor and be expected to work
adequately. Some tractors have an additional return
port that is to be used when operating hydraulic motors.
Consult the tractor manual to see if this is applicable.
Most newer tractors have a hydraulic pump capable
of supplying enough oil. Some problems are
encountered with built-in restrictors in the stock valves
- 1/2” lines supplying tractor outlet - the snap couplers
themselves act as restrictors. Speeding up the tractor
to overcome any of the above areas will only result in
excess heat build-up which could damage the tractor
or the motor.
Do not disconnect hydraulic lines
while system is under pressure.
Because hydraulic systems are
highly pressurized, escaping hydraulic oil
(even an invisible pinhole leak) can penetrate
body tissues and cause serious injury. Use a
piece of wood or cardboard when looking for
leaks. Never use the hands or other parts of
the body. When reassembling, make
absolutely certain that all connections are tight.
If injured by hydraulic oil escaping under
pressure, see a doctor immediately. Serious
infection or reaction may occur if medical
attention is not received at once.
Keep all hydraulic lines away from
moving parts.
Refer to the rules and regulations
applicable to the power source
operating your hydraulic drive.
DIRECT PTO DRIVE
INFORMATION
1. The PTO driveline is equipped with a shear bolt at
the tractor connection. The shear bolt protects
the conveyor from damage if the conveyor becomes
plugged or subjected to high loads. See page 13
for replacement shear bolt information.
2. To attach the PTO driveline to the tractor PTO,
start sliding the driveline end onto the PTO.
Compress the spring keeper on the driveline and
continue to slide onto the PTO until the keeper
seats in the groove on the tractor PTO. Then the
spring keeper will return to its original position and
the PTO driveline will be locked onto the tractor
PTO.
NOTICE: The PTO driveline furnished with the
conveyor is equipped with a “Spring-Lok” coupler at
the tractor end. This type coupler is spring loaded
and will fit the standard 1-3/8” x 6” spline PTO output
shaft from a tractor.
See that the PTO driveline is securely attached and
the retaining balls of the “Spring-Lok” coupler lock
into the ring groove of the tractor PTO output shaft.
Check this by trying to pull the driveline off of the
tractor PTO output shaft.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
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DIRECT PTO DRIVE
INFORMATION - CONT.
BELT SPEED
The belt conveyor has been designed to operate at
belt speeds up to 900 feet per minute. On PTO models,
this is obtained with a PTO input speed of 540 RPM.
If a PTO RPM indicator is not available, the
approximate belt speed can be determined by timing
one complete revolution of the belt. Use the belt splice
connector as a reference when timing the belt. The
following chart shows the times for one belt revolution
at various belt speeds. In some circumstances, it may
be desirable to run belt at lower speeds.
BELT SPEED CHART FOR PTO DRIVES (UPPER BELT)
@ 900 FPM
@ 800 FPM
@ 700 FPM
@ 600 FPM
Conveyor
Belt
Time for 1
PTO
Time for
PTO
Time for
PTO
Time for
PTO
Model
Length
Belt Rev.
RPM
Belt Rev.
RPM
Belt Rev.
RPM
Belt Rev.
RPM
DRIVE-OVER
61'-3"
4 sec.
530
4.6 sec.
470
5.2 sec.
410
6.1 sec.
350
CHECK THE FOLLOWING BEFORE ADDING
POWER:
1. Be certain the PTO driveline is securely attached
to the conveyor and the tractor.
2. Never use a PTO driveline without a rotating shield
in good working order that can be turned freely on
the shaft.
3. Align PTO driveline with tractor. The PTO driveline
furnished with the conveyor is a pin stop type—
that is, the two telescoping sections will not
separate. It is a good practice to operate the PTO
driveline in as short a configuration as possible.
Keep the PTO driveline in as straight a line as
possible during operation. When connecting tractor
and conveyor, always make sure the tractor axle
and side of conveyor are parallel.
4. If the tractor and conveyor are on unlevel ground or
at different levels, place them so the center line of
the tractor and the conveyor input shaft are parallel.
WHEN ADDING POWER:
The tractor operator should have a full view of the
conveyor work area and check that all personnel are
clear of hazard areas before adding power.
IMPORTANT: Engage PTO at a slow RPM to
minimize shock loads. Then work up RPM to
recommended speed.
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OPERATING PROCEDURES
SHUTDOWN
A. NORMAL SHUTDOWN
Make certain that the conveyor is empty before
stopping the unit. Before the operator leaves the
work area, the power source shall be locked out.
(See LOCKOUT).
B. INTERMITTENT OPERATION SHUTDOWN
When a conveyor is stopped and restarted under
full load, it may result in damage to the conveyor.
Therefore, if intermittent operation is to be carried
out, it is advisable to reduce the load level. When
kept from absolute filling, conveyor start-up is easier
and operation is more efficient.
C. EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN
Should the conveyor be immediately shut down
under load, disconnect and lockout the power
source. Clear as much grain from hopper and
conveyor as you can. Never attempt to start when
full. When as much grain as possible has been
cleared, reconnect power source and clear conveyor
gradually.
NOTE: Starting the unit under load may result in
damage to the conveyor. Such damage is
considered abuse of the equipment.
LOCKOUT
WARNING: If the operator must leave
the work area, or whenever
servicing or adjusting, the conveyor
must be stopped and the power source turned
off. Precaution should be made to prevent
anyone from operating the conveyor when the
operator is absent from the work area.
PTO or HYDRAULIC DRIVE: Remove ignition key or
coil wire from power source.
ELECTRIC DRIVE: A main power disconnect switch
capable of being locked only in the OFF position shall
be provided.
OPERATING CAPACITIES
Capacities of belt conveyors can vary greatly under
diverse conditions. Different materials, moisture
content, amounts of foreign matter, angle of operation,
methods of feeding and speed all play a role in
performance of the conveyor. Maximum possible
capacity will be less with high moisture grain (above
15%) than with dry grain. Feeding the material onto
the feeder conveyor so that it is moving in the direction
of the belt travel will aid capacity.
RELOCATION OF CONVEYOR
When grain conveying operation is completed, the
conveyor should be moved to a different location for
more conveying operations or cleaned up and
stored.
STEP 1
A. Empty all grain from the conveyor. Clean up the
area.
B. Untie any anchors and/or remove all supports.
C. Disconnect the power source.
Electric Drive - Unplug electric motor, wind up
electric cables.
Hydraulic Drive - Disconnect hydraulic hoses from
tractor or from hydraulic motor.
PTO Drive - Disconnect PTO driveline from tractor.
D. Using the hydraulic cylinder provided for the
undercarriage, lift the conveyor enough to install
the cylinder rod stop.
E. Let the weight of the conveyor down until it is
supported by the cylinder rod stop. NEVER
transport the conveyor with the weight supported
by the hydraulic cylinder rod only.
F. Using the screw jack at the hitch end, raise the
hitch end just enough to connect to the towing
vehicle. Attach safety chain.
PTO DRIVELINE
Conveyors equipped with PTO driveline, should have
the u-joints lubricated at approximately ten (10)
hour intervals with SAE multipurpose type grease.
Be sure that PTO driveine shields
turn freely on shaft.
The PTO driveline is equipped with a shear bolt at
the tractor connection. The shear bolt protects the
conveyor from damage if the conveyor becomes
plugged or subjected to high loads. It is important
to use the correct replacement bolt of the proper
size and strength to insure that the shear device
will protect the conveyor and operator. Order
replacement shear bolt, Part No. 33046-5/16” NC
x 1” long grade 5 bolt. Extra shear bolts are provided with conveyor and are stored in the operator’s
manual container located underneath the inclined
housing section near the drive area.
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LUBRICATION & MAINTENANCE
GENERAL
For economical and efficient operation of your conveyor,
maintain regular and correct lubrication. Neglect leads
to reduced efficiency, excessive wear and needless down
time. Use the maintenance schedule on page 15..
Keep all safety shields and devices in
place. Replace any that are damaged
or missing. Shut off power and lockout
drive to adjust, service or clean.
Any parts needing replacement should be replaced with
parts of the same type and size. Do not modify or alter
any of the conveyor components.
PULLEY & “S” ROLLER BEARINGS
All bearings are fitted with grease zerks and should be
lubricated, as specified in the maintenance schedule on
page 15. Before greasing the bearings, make certain
the zerks are free of dirt, otherwise this will be passed
into the bearing race. If the unit will be out of service for
a period of time, purge the bearings.
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HYDRAULIC HOSE
Check all the hydraulic fittings and
hoses to see if they are tight and
not leaking hydraulic oil. Replace
any hydraulic hose that may be
cut or damaged.
CAUTION: Do not connect or
disconnect hydraulic components
when there is pressure within the
system. Hydraulic systems are highly
pressurized. Escaping hydraulic oil, even
an invisible pinhole leak, can penetrate
body tissues and cause serious injury. Use a
piece of wood or cardboard when looking
for leaks. Never use the hands or other parts
of the body. When reassembling, make
absolutely certain that all connections are
tight. If injured by hydraulic oil escaping
under pressure, see a doctor immediately.
Serious infection or reaction may occur if
medical attention is not received.
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LUBRICATION & MAINTENANCE
DRIVE BELT ADJUSTMENT
WHEEL BEARINGS
On drives that are powered by belts, the belt tension
will need periodic adjustment. Use the adjustment
bolt under the motor mount plate.
Undercarriage Axle Spindle Bearing
HYDRAULIC MOTOR
A hydraulic motor is used to power the hydraulic drive
belt conveyor. Hydraulic motors are built to extremely
high standards and should be treated as such. It should
be returned to your nearest service center or to the
factory if in need of repair. Only trained personnel
should repair and test returned motors, so that they
meet the highest quality repair and test standards.
Upon request, before repairs are made, the owner will
be notified of the cost and probable cause of the failure.
The only exception to the above is the replacement of
the high pressure shaft seal.
Hydraulic motors are designed and manufactured to
very strict tolerances and assembled under closely
controlled conditions. If properly installed and with a
minimum of attention, it will give long trouble-free
service.
•
Avoid nuisance fluid-leaks. Typical causes are:
dirty, scratched, bowed or inadequately bolted
joints; vibrating, unsupported lengths of flexible and
rigid piping. The cure: careful assembly, proper
seals, periodic inspection. Only compatible
materials (resistant to fluid and temperatures
involved) should be used.
Tapered roller type bearings are standard on the belt
conveyor and should be repacked with grease and
adjusted annually or as needed, determined by usage.
Care must be used in dismantling wheel bearing
assemblies. First remove the dust cap by prying
around the edges. Remove the cotter pin, slotted nut
and flat washer. Carefully remove the hub and bearings
from the spindle. Inspect all parts for wear or damage
and replace with new ones, if necessary.
When reassembling the hub, repack both bearing
cones with grease and fill the hub cavity 1/3 full. Place
inner bearing assemblies into the hub, and then press
seal into hub and carefully reinstall the hub on the
spindle. When placing hub on spindle be careful not
to damage the lip of the grease seal. Install outer
bearing assembly into the hub, and replace flat washer
and slotted nut. Then tighten the slotted nut to seal
the bearings until the hub binds as you rotate hub.
Back off the slotted nut to the next slot and install a
new 5/32" x 1 1/4" long cotter pin. Replace dust cap.
SEAL
COTTER
INNER
HUB
• Avoid shock - limit the rate of pressure build-up.
Adjust relief valves, avoid chatter, sudden pressure
surges and higher than needed working pressures.
Pressure and flow are energy - use them efficiently.
• Be aware of temperatures. Use oils that will not be
too heavy when cold or too light when hot. Either
may affect operation and lubrication.
OUTER
SLOTTED
DUST
• Include adequate filtration in the system. (10 micron
or finer)
HYDRAULIC HAND PUMP
- Electric Drive Models Only
For initial operation, approximately one half gallon of
hydraulic oil should be installed in the hand pump tank.
Remove the 1/4” fill plug from the top of the tank and
use a funnel for filling. If necesasry, additional oil can
be added to the tank after the oil has been pumped toi
the cylinder once. NOTE: Only add oil when the
cylinder is in the retracted position, as there needs to
be space for the oil to occupy as the cylinder retracts.
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LUBRICATION & MAINTENANCE
MANUAL WINCH - (Hopper Side
Panel Lifting) - Electric Drive
Models Only
Check the winch handle assembly on your conveyor
to determine that it has been assembled correctly.
See assembly section.
Never fully extend the cable and always
keep three complete turns of cable
around winch drum. Never operate
winch with wet or oily hands and always use a
firm grip on the handle.
SAFETY REMINDERS
1. Operator must pay attention during raising and
lowering.
• Watch cable to see if it is coiling properly
onto winch drum evenly.
• Keep hands away from winch drum during
operation.
• Don’t use hands to guide cable onto winch
drum during winch operation.
• Don’t continue to raise side panels after they
reach the stops.
The following lubrication checks should be made to
the winch periodically.
The conveyor hopper side panels should be in the
lowered position when this inspection is being
performed. Refer to operating and maintenance
instructions furnished with your winch for proper
inspection methods.
1. All gears should have a film of grease on them at
all times.
2. Check brake disc. If worn to less than 1/16" thick,
cracked or broken, replace both discs.
3. The following parts must be wet with oil at all
times:
A. Two bushings located at ends of drum shaft.
B. The ratchet pawl pivot.
IMPORTANT: Do not get oil or grease on brake
disc faces (located between ratchet gear brake
hub and pinion shaft.)
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DRIVE-OVER MAINTENANCE
SCHEDULE
° Inspect and replace the main belt splice every 800,000
bushels or 120 hours.
° Replace all tension springs every 1,000,000 bushels
or 150 hours.
° Back the adjustment bolts all the way off for the belt
during the off season.
° Insert one - two pumps of grease in each of the
bearings every 500,000 bushels or 75 hours or once
a season, whichever is reached first (too much grease
can push out the bearing seals) and after each time
the unit is washed down. After the wash down, insert
just enough grease to push out the water and let run
for 15 minutes.
° Check all the drive belts on the unit and adjust, as
needed.
° Examine all of the skirting at least every 1,000,000
bushels or 150 hours and replace, as needed.
° Check each bearing and return roller every 750,000
bushels or 110 hours or once a season, whichever is
reached first.
° Clean all material out of the incline section. Make
sure to check under all of the skirting.
° If the unit will set outside during the off season, make
sure that the discharge hood is installed and cover
the drive-over section with a tarp or plastic. Keep
the tarp or plastic off the ground. This should help
keep rodents out of the unit and protect the belts.
Store the unit inside out of the weather, if possible.
Sunlight is hard on the belt and hoses.
° Before start up, tighten the adjustment nuts for the
belt drive system. Remember that the tension will
have to be checked and adjusted under load.
° Check for proper belt alignment at start up at the
start of and during each operational season.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
CONVEYOR HOUSING
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left
side on conveyor, it is determined by standing at
the inlet end of the conveyor and looking toward the
discharge end.
1. Connect the incline housing weldment to the bend
section housing of the main drive over frame using
fourteen 3/8” x 1” bolts and nylon locknuts.
2. Connect the undercarriage and brace frame
weldment to the side panels of the bend section
housing using eight 1/2” x 3-1/4” bolts and nylon
locknuts.
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CONVEYOR HOUSING - CONT.
3. Install a 5/8” hex nut onto the threaded end of each
brace frame tube. Thread the nuts on about 6”.
4. Insert the 5/8” threaded rod on one of the brace
tubes through one of the mounting tubes on top of
the brace frame weldment. Install another 5/8” hex
nut onto the threaded rod. Repeat for the other
brace tube.
5. Attach the other end of each brace tube to the side
panels of the incline housing weldment using a
1/2” x 1-1/2” bolt and nylon lock nut. Put four 1/2”
flat washers between each housing side panels
and brace tubes to space the tubes away from
housing.
6. Tighten the 5/8” hex nuts installed in steps 3 and 4
above against the ends of the mounting tubes on
top the brace frame weldment. NOTE: The brace
tubes should be in slight tension.
7. Fasten the two transition panels (left and right hand)
to two holes in the bend section side panels, as
shown below, using 3/8” x 1-1/4” bolts with
lockwashers and hex nuts.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
CONVEYOR HOUSING - CONT.
8. Connect the discharge housing weldment to the
incline housing weldment using fourteen 3/8” x 1”
bolts and nylon locknuts.
7/06
9. Fasten the rubber pulley wiper and wiper mount
bracket to the cross bar welded across the inside
of the discharge housing weldment. Use four 1/4”
x 1” bolts with flat washers, lock washers and nonlock nuts.
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CONVEYOR UNDERCARRIAGE
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left
side on conveyor, it is determined by standing at the
inlet end of the conveyor and looking toward the
discharge end.
1. The undercarriage frame weldment was previously
installed.
3/07
2. Insert axle spindles into the axle sleeve tubes of
the undercarriage frame. Align the holes in the
spindles with the holes in the sleeve tubes and
secure in place with two 1/2” x 4-1/2” bolts and
nylon locknuts.
3. Secure tires and rims to spindle hubs with five lug
nuts each.
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CONVEYOR UNDERCARRIAGE CONT.
4. Install the cylinder pivot arm between the two plates
which are centered on the axle tube. Fasten with
a 1/2” x 2-1/2” bolt and locknut.
5. For electric drive models, mount the hydraulic hand
pump to the mounting plate on the right hand side
of the undercarriage frame weldment. Use four
1/4” x 2” bolts with nuts & lockwashers. The inside
two bolts will also each require a flatwasher.
3/07
6. Using the cylinder pins provided with the cylinder,
connect the cylinder between the cylinder pivot arm
and the cylinder mounting ear that is located under
the top frame members of the undercarriage frame.
Mount so cylinder rod extends downward.
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CONVEYOR UNDERCARRIAGE CONT.
7. NOTE: On hydraulic and PTO drive models, the
cylinder will be used as a double acting cylinder
(i.e. powered to both extend and retract). On
electric drive models, the cylinder will be used as
a single acting cylinder (i.e. powered to extend only).
On hydraulic and PTO models, the retracting
cylinder will be used to raise the hopper panels of
the drive over section. On electric models, these
panels will be raised with a hand winch.
8. For PTO drive models, connect a hydraulic supply
hose to the top and bottom SAE 8 ports on the
cylinder. (These hoses are not provided.)
3/07
9. On Electric models only:
Remove the swivel fitting from the rod end cylinder
port and replace it with the SAE 7 male o-ring to
1/2” female pipe adapter.
10. On Electric models only:
Install the 1/2” pipe cylinder breather plug into
the adapter fitting.
11. On Electric models only:
Plumb between hydraulic hand pump and
hydraulic cylinder, as shown.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
BELT HOLD DOWN
WHEELS & SEALS
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left
side of conveyor, it is determined by standing at the
inlet end of the conveyor and looking toward the
discharge end.
1. Slide the right hand and left hand hold down seal
weldments inside the housing of the bend section.
2. Bolt the right and left hand hopper panel stop plates
to the side panels of the conveyor bend section,
as shown, using eight 1/2” x 1-1/2” bolts and
locknuts.
3. Referring to the wheel assembly detail, position
two of the 5” diameter hold down wheels between
the hold down seal weldment and the side panel
of the bend section housing.
4. Position a hold down wheel mount against the outside
of the bend section side panel, so that the tube of
the mount extends into the conveyor housing.
Assemble each wheel to each mount and the hold
down seal weldment using a 1/2” x 7-1/2” long bolt
with two flat washers, one lockwasher and one hex
nut. There should be one flat washer on each side
of the wheel. The two bolt wheel mount attaches to
the bottom two hopper panel stop plates installed
in step 2.
5. Fasten each four bolt hold down wheel mount to the
conveyor side panel using 3/8” x 1-1/4” bolts with
flat washers, lockwashers and hex nuts.
WHEEL ASSEMBLY DETAIL
(Left side shown,
right side similar)
3/07
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HOLD DOWN WHEEL COVER
PANEL, WALKWAY PLATFORM &
HANDRAIL
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left side
of conveyor, it is determined by standing at the inlet
end of the conveyor and looking toward the discharge
end.
6/07
1. Fasten the hold down wheel cover panel to the top
panel of the bend section housing using four 3/8” x
1” bolts and nylon locknuts.
2. Fasten the walkway platform to the top of the hopper
panel stop plates using two 3/8” x 1-1/4” long bolts,
flat washers and nylon locknuts.
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HOLD DOWN WHEEL COVER
PANEL, WALKWAY PLATFORM &
HANDRAIL - CONT.
3. Fasten the handrail weldment to the slots in the
walkway platform with two 3/8” x 1-1/4” bolts, nylon
locknuts and flat washers.
3/07
4. Fasten the handrail weldment to the end gusset
plates of the drive over ramps with four 3/8” x 1-1/4”
bolts and nylon locknuts.
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CONVEYOR BELT
REFER TO ASSEMBLY DRAWING ON PAGE 26.
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left
side of conveyor, it is determined by standing at
the inlet end of the conveyor and looking toward
the discharge end.
1. Move the roll of conveyor belting to the inlet end of
the conveyor. Put a round bar through the wooden
hub inside the belt and set each end of the rod on
a saw horse or other support so that the roll of
belting is free to rotate. Make sure the roll is
arranged so that as it is unrolled and the end pulled
through the conveyor housing, that the side of the
belt with crescent shaped cleats (rough side) will
be up and the smooth side will be down against
the conveyor. Also, the crescent cleats should be
cupped away from the inlet end of the conveyor.
3. Run a piece of straight wire at least 45" long through
the loops of the exposed splice end of the belt. Tie
the wire ends together to form an attachment loop
for pulling the belt through the conveyor housing.
4. Run a length of banding material or similar object
through the belt conveyor housing and tie it to the
wire loop created in Step 3 above.
NOTE: The banding material should be slightly
longer than the assembled conveyor length.
5. Pull the belt through the conveyor housing from
inlet end to discharge end. Assure belt arranged
as specified in Step 1 above. Pull approximately
35 feet of belt past the discharge end. This will
allow the belt to be spliced near the inlet end.
NOTE: The belt should pass underneath the four
5” diameter hold down wheels.
2. Remove the nylon covered connecting pin from the
exposed splice end of the belt roll.
NOTE: You may discard the two retaining washers
when removing the pin, as they will not be used.
BELT
SPLICE
BANDING MATERIAL
FOR PULLING BELT
TOWARD
INLET
WIRE LOOP FOR
PULLING BELT
CRESCENT SHAPED CLEATS
(Top side of belt)
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CONVEYOR BELT - CONT.
7. Remove the banding material used to pull the belt.
8. Route the belt around the 6” head pulley and over
the top side of the 4” snub pulley that is just under
and behind the head pulley. NOTE: Make certain
belt passes between rubber pulley wiper and head
pulley. Continue to route the belt over the 2” return
roller and over the 6” lagged drive pulley.
9. Wrap belt completely around drive pulley and over
and around the 4” snub pulley and 6” take-up pulley.
10. Route the belt over and under the 2-1/4” diameter
rollers on the underneath side of the frame. NOTE:
There are two bottom plates on the underneath side
of the conveyor frame that the belt MUST go on
top of.
11. Insert the end of the belt under the tail pulley and
wrap it around the tail pulley. Now pull the end
over the top of the tail pulley, under the 3-1/2” roller
and out onto the flat loading surface of the inlet
frame.
12. Inspect that path of the belt once again to make
certain it matches the following diagram.
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CONVEYOR BELT - CONT.
13.Pull the two ends of each belt together so that the
splice bars interlock and insert the nylon covered
pin (removed from the belt in Step 2) through the
splice. Make certain the belt edges are aligned
with each other. If not, the splice was probably
connected improperly. It may be necessary to
provide additional slack in the belt to get the ends
to come together. If so, turn the take-up bolts to
move the take-up pulley closer to the drive pulley.
NOTE: Although two pin retaining washers may
have been supplied with the splice pin, experience
has shown that it is best to just discard them. The
hinge pin will seat into the hinge after a short period
of operation. To assure the pin stays in place until
seated, using a punch, smash one of the lace hinge
loops located in the center of the splice. This leaves
the ends of the pin free to work inside the splice
as if flexes going in and out of the conveyor
housing. The splice should be monitored during
the first few hours of conveyor operation to assure
that the pin hasn’t started to work out of the splice.
Pull Ends Together
Nylon covered
splice pin
CONNECTED BELT
Make certain belt
edges are aligned.
12.Tighten the conveyor belt by adjusting the takeup bolts on the take-up pulley bearings. For now,
the take-up adjustment should be equal on both
the right and left sides.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
DISCHARGE SPOUT
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left
side of conveyor, it is determined by standing at the
inlet end of the conveyor and looking toward the
discharge end.
1. Bolt the discharge spout to the side panels of the
discharge housing with two 3/8” x 1-1/4” bolts and
nylon locknuts. NOTE: Place three 3/8” flat
washers between each side of the spout and the
side of the housing to serve as spacers.
3/07
2. Swing the spout about the bolts just installed until
one of the five holes in the top of the spout side
panel aligns with the hole in the side panel tab and
insert the spout pin through the holes on both sides
of the spout. Install a 3/8” flat washer and 3/32” x
1-1/4” cotter pin in the end of the spout pin to secure
it in place.
NOTE: The spout angle can be changed by relocating
the pin in a different pair of holes in the spout.
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BOTTOM COVER PANELS
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left
side of conveyor, it is determined by standing at the
inlet end of the conveyor and looking toward the
discharge end.
2. Fasten the two bottom cover panels to the
underneath side of the incline section housing using
sixteen 3/8” x 1” bolts, flat washers and nylon
locknuts.
1. Install the 2” O.D. return roller (w/hex shaft ends)
into the hex holes in the incline section side panels.
3. Bolt the drive pulley guard to the lower bottom cover
panel just installed using three 1/4” tinnerman nuts
and three 1/4” x 1/2” wing bolts. NOTE: The bottom
slots of the pulley cover guard bolt to the top two
mounting bolts of the take-up cross plate.
3/07
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
HOPPER SIDE PANELS &
SKIRTS
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left
side of conveyor, it is determined by standing at the
inlet end of the conveyor and looking toward the
discharge end.
1. Secure a rubber skirt to each of the left and right
skirt deflector weldments, using two 1/4” x 3/4”
hex head self tapping screws and 1/4” flatwashers
on each.
2. Fasten the right hand skirt deflector weldment to
the end of the adjustable hopper panel on the right
side of the conveyor using two 3/8” x 1-1/4” carriage
bolts and nylon locknuts. The deflector mounts to
the end of the panel, which is closest to the bend
section housing.
2/08
3. Repeat step 1 for the left side of the conveyor.
4. Fasten a rubber hopper side panel skirt and hold
down panel to the top of each adjustable hopper
panel using fourteen 3/8” x 1-1/4” carriage bolts
and nylon lock nuts. NOTE: One end of the hopper
side panel skirt will fold around onto the skirt
deflector weldments. A rubber skirt extension
should be sandwiched between the rubber hopper
side panel and the hold down pianel at the inlet
end of the conveyor.
5. Fasten the last hole in each rubber hopper side
panel skirt to the hopper panel, using a 3/8” x
1-1/4” bolt with flat washer and locknut. (This will
be the hole nearest the skirt deflector weldments.)
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HOPPER LIFT CABLE
1. On PTO and hydraulic models, assemble two cable
pulley assemblies and on electric models,
assemble three cable pulley assemblies using the
pulley clevis plates, 3” cable pulley, 1” O.D. x 5/8”
long bushing and 1/2” x 2” long bolts and nylon
lock nuts.
3/07
2. Hook two of the cable pulley assemblies to the
1/2” diameter mounting rod that is welded on the
underneath side of the walkway platform.
3. Install a 3/8” u-bolt into the two mounting holes
located near the ends of the adjustable hopper
panels. Use four 3/8” hex nuts on each u-bolt.
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HOPPER LIFT CABLE - CONT.
4. Install a 3” cable pulley in the mounting tabs on the
hold down wheel cover panel. Use a 1” O.D. x 9/16”
long bushing and 1/2” x 2” bolt and nylon lock nut.
Install a 3/8” x 1-3/4” long bolt and locknut in the
hole directly below the cable pulley. This will serve
as a cable guide.
5. On electric models, install the third cable pulley
assembly from Step 1 to the attachment tab on the
top of the undercarriage frame.
3/07
6. On electric drive models, bolt cable winch to mounting
plate on the undercarriage frame weldment using
three 3/8” x 1” long carriage bolts and nylon locknuts.
7. Thread the ends of one of the 3/16” x 6’ cables through
the two 3” cable pulleys located underneath the
walkway platforms and secure the ends to the 3/8”
u-bolts that were installed in the ends of the
adjustable hopper panels. Use one 3/16” cable
clamp on each end. Leave clamps loose at this
time, so excess cable length can be taken up here
after upper lift cable has been installed.
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HOPPER LIFT CABLE - CONT.
8. Form a loop at the middle of this cable and install
another 3/16” cable clamp to secure the loop.
9. On electric drive models, wrap one end of the other
3/16” x 6’ cable through the loop created in the first
cable and secure its end with one 3/16” cable clamp.
10.Route the other end of this cable up and around the
3” cable pulley that was mounted to the undercarriage
frame weldment. Attach the end of the cable to the
drum of the winch using the cable keeper provided.
Adjust ends of first cable installed and tighten cable
clamps.
11.On electric drive models, wrap the cable onto
the drum to lift the hopper side panels. NOTE:
There is a rod welded to the ends of the hopper
panels which serves as a stop to prevent the
panels from being raised too far.
12. On hydraulic or PTO drive models, wrap one
end of a 3/16” x 3’-6” cable through the loop
created in the first cable (Step 8) and secure its
end with one 3/16” cable clamp.
13.Insert the other end of this cable through the
counter bored hole in the end of the cylinder
pivot arm and secure the end to the cable with
one 3/16” cable clamp.
14.With the cylinder completely retracted and the
hopper panels completely raised to where the
stop rod hits the stop plates, adjust the cable
lengths.
3/07
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
BELT SAFETY SKIRT
NOTE: Although the safety skirt rubber is installed on
top the conveyor belt near the inlet end of the conveyor,
it should not be used as a walk across device.
1. Align the two holes of the rubber safety skirt with
the holes in the tail pulley housing and secure in
place using the skirt mount angle and two 3/8” x 1”
bolts and nylon locknuts.
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CONVEYOR HITCH
1. Slide the hitch tube in between the mounting plates
on the tail pulley housing. Align holes in tube with
holes in plates and insert the two 1” diameter x
5 1/2” long hitch pins. Install a #6 x 3 1/4” long hair
pin clip through the hole in each end of the pins.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
ELECTRIC MOTOR DRIVE
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left
side of conveyor, it is determined by standing at the
inlet end of the conveyor and looking toward the
discharge end.
NOTE: Electric motor and motor sheave are not
furnished.
3/07
1. Mount the two motor mount support bars to the
mounting angles welded to the top of the inclined
conveyor housing. NOTE: The slots in the top of
the bars should be closest to the right side of the
conveyor. Mount using eight 3/8” x 1-1/2” long bolts
and nylon locknuts. NOTE: The upper belt guard
bracket mounts with the same four bolts on the
right side of the conveyor.
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ELECTRIC MOTOR DRIVE CONT.
2. Bolt the motor mount support to the motor mount
support bars using four 1/2” x 1-1/2” long bolts and
nylon locknuts. NOTE: The pivot pin holes should
be on the end closest to the discharge.
3. Thread a 3/4” hex nut onto the threaded adjusting
bolt approximately five inches.
4. Thread the adjusting bolt down through the nut in
the top of the motor mount support until it only
extends about three inches above the top of the
support (final adjustment will be done after the motor
the belts have been installed). NOTE: There are
two nuts in the top of the motor mount support.
Use the nut closest to the right side of the conveyor.
5. Set the motor mount plate down over the motor
mount support and align the pivot shaft holes in
each. Install the pivot pin through the holes and
install a 3/16” x 1-1/2” long cotter pin in each end
to secure it in place.
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8. Install a 1/4” x 3” long square key in the keyway of
the pulley shaft.
9. Mount the 18.4” pitch diameter sheave onto the
pulley shaft using a tapered lock Q.D. bushing.
10. Install a 10 HP 1750 RPM, electric motor onto the
motor mount plate. NOTE: Motor is not furnished.
See detail for correct mounting holes.
11. Install a 5.0” pitch diameter sheave onto the motor
shaft. The motor sheave is not furnished.
12. Align the motor sheave with the driven sheave by
placing a straight edge across the edges of the
sheaves. When aligned, tighten the setscrews to
hold sheaves firmly on the shafts.
13. Install drive belts and tighten them by adjusting
the threaded adjusting bolt up against the bottom
of the motor mount plate. Once belts are tensioned
properly, secure the 3/4” hex nut tightly against
the nut on the top of the motor mount support.
6. Install the lower belt guard bracket to the right side
panel of the conveyor bend section using two 3/8”
x 1-1/2” long bolts and nylon locknuts.
7. Install the belt guard weldment to the upper and
lower belt guard brackets using six 5/16” x 1-1/4”
long bolts and nylon locknuts.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
HYDRAULIC MOTOR DRIVE
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left
side of conveyor, it is determined by standing at the
inlet end of the conveyor and looking toward the
discharge end.
1. It is possible that the hydraulic motor mount has
already been installed on the right side of the
conveyor. If so, skip to step 3.
2. Install the hydraulic motor mount to the right side
panel of the conveyor incline section. NOTE: The
motor mount takes the place of the bearing push
plate so the bearing and push plate must first be
removed. Use the existing bearing mount bolts to
secure the hydraulic motor mount and bearing back
onto the conveyor side panel.
3. Install a 1/4” x 1-1/4” key in the end of the drive
pulley shaft and slide the chain coupling half with
1/4” keyway over the key.
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4. Set the other chain coupling half with 5/16” keyway
inside the hydraulic motor mount and insert the
shaft of the hydraulic motor through the hole in the
mount and into the chain coupler half. Make certain
the 5/16” key furnished with the hydraulic motor is
in place.
5. Fasten the hydraulic motor to the motor mount
using two 1/2” x 1-1/2” long bolts with lockwasher
and hex nut.
6. Install the coupling chain around the chain coupler
halves and connect the ends together.
7. Tighten setscrews on coupler halves.
8. Install coupling guard panels to top and bottom of
hydraulic motor mount.
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OPTIONAL HYDRAULIC
CONTROL PACKAGE
(For Hydraulic Drive Models)
NOTE: This kit has been designed to work with the
Hutchinson/Mayrath portable hydraulic power unit. The
hoses from the power unit can be connected directly
to this plumbing assembly.
If an alternate power source is used, it should be of
the pressure compensating type.
This kit provides the necessary components to allow
the belt drive motor and axle and hopper panel lift
cylinder to be operated from a single hydraulic source.
Assemble the components, as shown, in the following
figures.
Existing
Hoses
Elbow
w/Orifice
“A”
Port
Lift
Cylinder
Use
Teflon Tape or
Equivalent
In
Out
Use
Teflon Tape or
Equivalent
“B”
Port
Hydraulic
Motor
Rotation is looking
into end opposite shaft
Item
No.
The Directional Control Valve
will Bolt to the Mounting Plate
on the Drive-Over Unit
Description
Qty.
Where Used
1
2
3
Directional Control Valve . . . . . . . 1 . . . Bolts to Drive-Over Unit
Fitting, Elbow (8 C50X-S) . . . . . . . 1 . . . Cylinder Retract Port
Fitting, Elbow w/Orifice . . . . . . . . 1 . . . Cylinder Extend Port
4
5
Adapter, o-ring to flare . . . . . . . . . 3 . . . Control Valve, Ports A & B
(12–10 F5OX–S)
and on top of Hydraulic Motor
Fitting, Elbow, o-ring to flare . . . . 2 . . . Control Valve, In and Out Ports
6
Adapter, o-ring to pipe thread . . . 1 . . . Top of Motor to Ball Valve
7
Adapter, pipe thread to flare . . . . 1 . . . Ball Valve to Tee
(6801-08-08 NWO .062)
Mount Plate
(8-12 C5OX–S)
(10-1/2 F5OF-S)
(12-8 FTX-S)
8 Tee Fittings (12 R6X-S) . . . . . . . . . 2 . . . For Hydraulic Motor
9 Ball Valve (V500CS-8) . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . For Hydraulic Motor
10 Hydraulic Hoses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 . . . For Cylinder and Motor
(451TC0606-12-8-8,48”)
11 Bolt, 1/4-20 x 2 1/4” . . . . . . . . . . .
Locknut, 1/4-20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12 Bolt, 3/8-16 x 1 1/2” . . . . . . . . . . .
Locknut, 3/8-16 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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3 . . . Control Valve to Mounting Plate
3
2 . . . Control Valve Mount Plate
2
to Drive-Over Unit
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
PTO DRIVE ASSEMBLY
NOTE: Whenever reference is made to right or left
side of conveyor, it is determined by standing at the
inlet end of the conveyor and looking toward the
discharge end.
3. Bolt the PTO support weldment to the underneath
side of the inclined conveyor section using two of
the existing bolts. Locate at the third set of bolts
up from the bottom.
1. Mount the PTO drive shaft to the 1-1/4” drive pulley
shaft on the right side of the conveyor using the
1/4” x 2” long key.
4. Swing the PTO drive shaft around toward the
discharge end of the conveyor and set it in the
saddle of the PTO support.
2. Slide the u-joint shield over the PTO shaft and bolt
it to the mounting tab that is welded to the right
side panel using two 5/16” x 3/4” long bolts with
lock washers and hex nuts.
5. Install the keeper pin in the PTO support.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
CONVEYOR BELT TENSION AND
TRAINING
IMPORTANT: If the conveyor belt is installed correctly
and trained properly, it will run straight and true.
Training is the process of adjusting pulleys and rollers
to get the belt to track down the center of the conveyor
If the belt is not properly trained, it may work its way
off the end of a pulley and cause damage to the belt.
IMPORTANT: Belt tracking during the first few minutes
of operation is critical. It is a good idea to run the belt
at slow speeds (PTO and hydraulic models) or by
stopping and starting (electric models) to prevent belt
damage if the belt mistracks rapidly. Once the belt
appears to be tracking using this procedure increase
the speed until it is running at operating conditions.
Make sure the belt is tracking properly before
attempting to convey material. Check the belt
frequently during the first 10 hours of operation. After
10 hours, the belt is normally seated and will need
less frequent checking.
1. For initial operation, all rotating parts (head pulley,
drive pulley, take-up pulley, tail pulley and return
belt rollers) must be at a 90° angle to the direction
of belt travel and should be level.
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2. Slight adjustment of pulleys may be required to
keep the belt centered on them. As a general
rule, the belt will track toward the loose side.
Therefore, if the belt runs to one side of the pulley,
apply more tension to this end of the pulley. This is
done by loosening the bearing bolts on the shaft
end that is to be moved and moving the bearing
with the adjustment bolt. Small movements (such
as 1/16" to 1/8") are probably all that will be
required.
IMPORTANT: If there is too much tension on the
conveyor belt, it will be more difficult to train the belt
and may shorten the life of the belt. It is best to leave
the drive pulley at 90° to the belt travel and make
training adjustments with the other pulleys, if possible.
The arrows in the diagram below show probable
direction of belt movement for various movements of
the head and tail pulleys. Example: If the right end of
the tail pulley is moved to tighten the belt, the belt
should move over toward the left end of the tail pulley.
Also, notice belt movement vs. take-up pulley
movement. Experience has shown that the takeup pulley will need to be moved opposite of the
general rule for the head and tail pulleys, i.e.
tighten the side to which you want the belt to
move toward.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
CONVEYOR BELT TENSION &
TRAINING - CONT.
3. The belt tension is adjusted by tightening or
loosening the take-up bolts, which are attached to
the take-up pulley bearings. The bolts should be
adjusted simultaneously the same amount to keep
the pulley located the same relative to the belt.
NOTE: There is a high and low tension indicator
built into the spring mount plate near each take-up
bolt spring. This indicator serves as a reference
device to let the operator know that the tension is
somewhere in the designed operating range. The
position of the 3/4" flat washer on the end of the
take-up springs relative to the “H” and “L” indicators
will serve as a guide to the belt tension. The washer
should be located somewhere in this range and
preferably nearer the “L” low tension end. See figure
on page 43. If slip occurs under load, additional
belt tension should be applied by adjusting the
spring tension enough to prevent slip from occurring
under load and during belt start-up. It is very likely
that one side of the take-up will have to be tensioned
more than the other side to achieve proper belt
tracking.
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4. If the edge of the belt tracks completely off one
side of a pulley, it will be necessary to loosen the
take-up adjusting bolts enough to remove all tension
from the belt so that is can be manually slid back
onto the center of the pulley. It is a good idea to
note the location of the take-up bearings before
loosening so that they can be returned to their
original position after moving the belt. Before
restarting the conveyor, make the appropriate
adjustments as recommended in Step 2 to correct
the tracking problem. It may take several attempts
to correct the tracking.
NOTE: If the belt has tracked off, monitor the nylon
pin of the belt splice to assure it is still properly
installed and centered in the splice. If not, loosen
the belt and center the pin in the splice. Retighten
belt. Reference Trouble Shooting section, item R
on page 46.
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Page 43
CONVEYOR BELT TENSION &
TRAINING - CONT.
5. The take-up adjusting bolts have two 3/4" hex nuts
at the outer ends. The inside nut is for adjusting
the take-up tension. The outside nut needs to be
snugged against the inside nut after making any
adjustments to assure that the take-up position is
maintained during operation.
NOTE: When training the belt, it is often helpful to
use a screw driver as a pry bar to compress or
decompress the tensioner springs to get a very quick
idea of what belt tracking results can be expected
before actually threading the adjusting nuts in or out
on the adjusting bolts.
HIGH SPRING
TENSION
INDICATOR
LOW SPRING
TENSION
INDICATION
TAKE-UP
ADJUSTING
BOLT
COMPRESSION
SPRING
3/4” HEX NUTS
(Two)
3/4” FLAT
WASHER
TYPICAL BOTH SIDES
OF CONVEYORS
CONVEYOR BELT SPLICING
1. The manufacturer of the belt splice provides detailed
instructions with the splice kits, so refer to those
instructions.
2. The most critical step in installing the belt splice
will be to square the belt ends to be spliced.
Squaring the belt ends requires only a few minutes
and offers real paybacks in extending your belt
splice life. A splice that is applied on a belt that is
properly squared will have the tension evenly
distributed across the splice. Properly squared
splices are essential to good belt training.
Following these steps will help ensure that your
belt is properly squared.
A. Prior to any work on the conveyor, make certain
that the power has been turned off and the belt is
“locked out”.
B. Mark the actual center points on the belt width at
intervals of about 3 feet for a distance back from
the intended splice area of 15 to 20 feet. See figure
on page 43.
C. Using a steel rule or chalk line, mark the average
center line though the points measured from Step
B.
D.Using a carpenter’s square, draw a line
perpendicular to your average center line across
the belt width.
E. Cut your belt on this line using a sharp knife.
IMPORTANT: If the conveyor belt becomes damaged
for some reason, it may be possible to splice in a
section of replacement belt. However, if the damage
has occurred along a considerable length of the belt,
it may be better to replace the damaged belt with an
entire new belt. Splicing the belt does require a special
tool for installing the splice connectors to the belt
ends. Check to see if your dealer has this tool.
Replacement belting and splice kits are listed in the
parts section of this manual.
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
Page 44
CONVEYOR BELT SPLICING
CONT.
TO DEALER/ASSEMBLER
NOTICE
The assembly of the conveyor is complete if all the
applicable assembly steps in this manual have been
followed.
Before delivery to the owner, it is a good practice to
check the following.
CENTER CHALK LINE
(See Step C)
CENTER LINE MARKS
AT 3’ INTERVALS
(See Step B)
A. Be sure all safety shields and devices are installed
properly.
B. Check all safety decals to see if they are clean
and readable. If any are missing, damaged,
painted over, etc. replace them. See pages P-1 &
P-2 for safety sign location. Decals may be
obtained from your dealer, distributor or ordered
from the factory.
C.Check all bolts and fasteners to see they are
tightened and secured properly.
D. Check that the Operator’s Manual container (with
Operator’s Manual inside) is installed in its holder
near the belt take-up area of the conveyor.
Deliver this Assembly and Operator’s Manual to the
owner, along with the conveyor.
SQUARE CUT LINE
(See Step E)
CARPENTER’S SQUARE
ALIGNED WITH BELT
CENTER LINE
(See Step D)
TO THE OWNER
Use the assembly instructions in this manual as a
reference to determine that the conveyor is
assembled properly.
Make certain that the maintenance schedule on page
15 is read and followed.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM/CAUSE
For Solutions Refer to Answer # Page 53.)
A. Belt runs off at tail pulley.
7
1
11
17
B. Belt runs to one side for long distance or entire length
of conveyor.
5
1
2
17
C. Particular section of belt runs to one side at all points
on conveyor.
3
4
D. Conveyor belt runs to one side at given point on structure.
1
2
16
25
E. Belt runs true when empty, crooked when loaded.
5
11
F. Belt slips.
12
11
G. Belt slips on starting
12
11
H. Grooving, gouging or stripping of top belt cover.
18
26
I. Severe pulley cover wear.
6
7
8
11
J. Belt covers harden or crack.
10
13
K. Belt cover swells in spots or streaks.
9
L. Excessive belt edge wear, broken edges.
5
15
4
M. Short breaks in carcass parallel to belt edge,
star breaks in carcass.
8
7
N. Belt ply separation.
10
O. Belt cupping-old belt (was OK when new).
9
10
P. Low conveyor capacity.
19
6
20
7
Q. Pulley drags or does not turn.
21
R. Nylon covered belt splice pin coming out.
22
S. Belt lifts at bend section and pulls away from
hold down wheels.
23
24
21
7
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25
17
12
14
11
11
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Page 47
CONVEYOR SYSTEM PROBLEMS/
CAUSES AND THEIR SOLUTIONS
1. Idlers or pulleys out of square with center line of belt: Readjust idlers in affected area.
2. Conveyor frame or structure crooked: Straighten in affected area.
3. Belt not joined squarely: Remove affected splice and resplice.
4. Bowed belt: For new belt this condition should disappear during break-in; in rare instances belt must be
straightened or replaced: Check storage and handling of belt rolls.
5. Off-center loading or poor loading: Load on center of belt; discharge material in direction of belt travel at or
near belt speed.
6. Slippage on drive pulley: Increase tension through screw take-up.
7. Material spillage and build-up: Improve loading and transfer conditions, improve maintenance.
8. Material trapped between belt and pulley.
9. Spilled oil or grease: Improve Housekeeping.
10.Heat or chemical damage: Use belt designed for specific condition.
11.Screw take-up tension too light.
12.Insufficient traction between belt and pulley: Adjust tension.
13.Improper storage or handling.
14.Belt improperly spliced.
15.Belt hitting conveyor structure
16.Structure not level: Level structure in affected area.
17.Belt misalignment: See training recommendations.
18. Sharp edges of objects caught in inlet.
19.Incorrect belt speed. Design capacity is at approximately 800 FPM belt speed. See PTO, hydraulic or
electric drive section of manual.
20.Loose electric motor drive belts.
21.Frozen bearings. Lubricate or replace.
22. Hinge pin not properly crimped. See Belt Assembly Instructions.
23. Screw take-up tension too high.
24. Loading conveyor too fast. Allow material to get to bend section before increasing capacity.
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PARTS LIST
Page P- 1
SAFETY SIGNS AND DECALS
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
1027775
QTY.
1
2
1005324
3
DESCRIPTION
CAUTION - GENERAL STATEMENTS 1-10
SIZE
4 3/4" x 8"
1
DANGER - “STOP”, IF ANY GUARDS, SHIELD. . .
4" x 6"
1001983
1
DANGER - ROTATING DRIVELINE
4" x 6"
4
1027769
1
IMPORTANT - LOWER HOPPER PANELS
4” x 8”
5
1002091
1
WARNING - MANUAL WINCH
6
1027768
1
DANGER - INTAKE HAZARD
2 3/4” x 5”
7
1027765
2
BELT TRACKING DIAGRAM
2” x 9”
8
1021180
6
YELLOW REFLECTIVE DECAL
(On both sides)
2" x 9"
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4 1/2" x 6 1/4"
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Page P- 2
SAFETY SIGNS AND DECALS
CAUTION
1.
REA D AN D UN DERSTA N D THE OPERA TOR'S M A N UAL BEFORE OPERATIN G.
2.
DO N OT REM OVE OR M ODIFY AN Y GUARDS.
3.
KEEP ALL PERSON N EL CLEA R OF CON VEYOR W HILE POSITION IN G UN LOAD
VEHICLE.
4.
M A KE CERTAIN EVERYON E IS CLEAR BEFORE OPERATIN G OR M OVIN G
THE CON VEYOR.
5.
KEEP HA N DS, FEET, HA IR AN D CLOTHIN G AW AY FROM M OVIN G PARTS.
6.
CROSS THE CON VEYOR ON LY ON THE W ALKW AY PLA TFORM PROVIDED.
7.
STOP THE CON VEYOR AN D LOCKOUT POW ER TO ADJUST, SERVICE OR
CLEAN .
8.
DISCON N ECT POW ER BEFORE SETTIN G M OTOR OVERLOAD.
9.
M A KE CERTAIN ELECTRIC M OTORS ARE GROUN DED.
10. KEEP CHILDREN W ELL CLEA R OF W ORK AREA.
DANGER
STOP
IF ANY GUARDS, SHIELDS
OR SAFETY DECALS ARE
DAMAGED OR MISSING, ORDER
FREE REPLACEMENTS BY
CALLING
1-800-523-6993
OR WRITE TO:
HUTCHINSON/MAYRATH
P.O. BOX 629
CLAY CENTER, KANSAS 67432
1005324
DAN GER
KEEP HAN DS, FEET, HAIR AN D
CLOTHIN G AW A Y FROM M OVIN G
BELTS.
STOP M ACHIN E AN D LOCKOUT
POW ER TO A DJUST, SERVICE
OR CLEAN .
DO N OT REM OVE OR M ODIFY
AN Y GUARDS.
KEEP CHILDREN W ELL CLEAR OF
W ORK AREA.
IM PORTAN T
LOW ER A DJUSTABLE HOPPER
PA N ELS BEFORE DRIVIN G
ON OR OFF THE CON VEYOR
WARNING
(FOR HYDRAULIC OR ELECTRIC WINCH OPERATION, PLEASE
REFER TO THE OPERATOR’S MANUAL PROVIDED WITH UNIT.)
• AFTER LOWERING THE UNIT, ALWAYS TURN THE WINCH
HANDLE CLOCKWISE UNTIL YOU HEAR AT LEAST TWO
CLICKS. THIS TIGHTENS THE BRAKE LOCK.
• MAINTAIN CONTROL OF WINCH HANDLE AT ALL TIMES.
• DO NOT PUT LUBRICATION OF ANY KIND ON THE
BRAKE DISC.
• CHECK CABLE BEFORE EACH USE. REPLACE IF FRAYED
OR DAMAGED.
• MAINTAIN LIGHT CABLE TENSION WHEN TRANSPORTING.
FAILURE TO HEED WILL RESULT IN
SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH! 1002091
1027775
1005324
1027768
1001983
1027769
1002091
1027765
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Page P- 3
PARTS LIST
INLET HOUSING COMPONENTS
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PARTS LIST
Page P- 4
INLET HOUSING COMPONENTS
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
1029818
DESCRIPTION
Main Frame (with ramps)
1
1029832
Main Frame (without ramps) (not shown)
2
1027618
Hinged Hopper Side Panel
3
1027625
Hinge Shaft 15/16” dia. x 12’-1” lg.
4
1027639
Hopper Skirt Rubber
5
1027650
Skirt Hold Down Panel
6
1027656
Skirt Deflector Weldment (left hand)
7
1027655
Skirt Deflector Weldment (right hand)
8
1027648
Rubber Safety Skirt
9
1027649
Skirt Mount Angle
10
1027415
Tail Pulley Cover Panel
11
1027416
Hold Down Roller Cover Panel
12
1027452
Take-up Cross Plate
13
1026067
Hitch Tube
14
1026104
Hitch Pin 1” x 5 1/2”
15
1024776
Screw Jack 2000 lb. x 15” Travel
16
1031672
Deflector Skirt Rubber
(for items 6 & 7)
17
1032395
Rubber Extension Skirt
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PARTS LIST
INLET HOUSING BEARINGS &
PULLEYS
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Page P- 6
INLET HOUSING BEARINGS &
PULLEY
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
1032305
DESCRIPTION
Pulley, 6” dia. w/1/4” Herringbone Grooved Lagging, 1-1/4” Bore
2
1027434
Drive Pulley Shaft, 1-1/4” x 36”
3
1027377
Pulley, 4” dia. 1-1/4” Bore
4
1027435
Pulley Shaft, 1-1/4” x 32-1/4”
5
1027378
Pulley, 6” dia., 1-1/4” Bore
6
1027375
Pulley, 4” dia. wing type w/1-1/4” Shaft
7
1027381
Hold Down Roller, 3-1/2” dia.
8
1027380
Snub Roller, 2-1/4” dia.
9
1027557
Return Roller w/Bearings
10
1026178
Guide Roller Assembly w/Mount Bracket
11
1025893
Guide Roller (included in item 10)
12
1026002
Ball Bearing (included in item 10)
13
1029742
Bearing 1-1/4”, 2-bolt flanged
14
1029746
Bearing 1”, 2-bolt flanged
15
1027419
Bearing Mount Plate
16
1029743
Bearing 1-1/4” Take-up
17
1023727
Bearing Push Plate
18
1027638
Pulley Cover Plate
19
1025870
Bearing Push Plate
22
1025975
Take-up Guide Bar
23
1023737
Threaded Take-up Rod w/Retainer
24
1023328P
Spring
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PARTS LIST
INCLINE & DISCHARGE
HOUSING COMPONENTS
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PARTS LIST
Page P- 8
INLET & DISCHARGE HOUSING
COMPONENTS
REF.
NO.
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1029806-200
Incline Housing (Hutchinson)
1
1029806-300
Incline Housing (Mayrath)
2
1029835
Discharge Housing
3
1027643
Discharge Spout (metal)
4
1027512
Spout Pin
5
1017230
Peek Hole Cover
6
1027635
Bottom Panel (Discharge Housing)
7
1027548
Bottom Panel (Incline Housing)
8
1027816
Drive Pulley Guard Panel w/manual holder
9
1027647
Wiper Mount Bracket
10
1027646
Rubber Pulley Wiper
11
1027557
Return Roller w/Bearings
12
1027377
Pulley, 4” dia., 1-1/4” Bore
13
1027435
Pulley Shaft, 1-1/4” x 32-1/4”
14
1027379
Pulley, 6” dia., 1-3/4” Bore
15
1027436
Pulley Shaft, 1-3/4” x 33-5/8”
16
1029742
Bearing, 1-1/4” 2-Bolt Flanged
17
1029744
Bearing, 1-3/4” 2-Bolt Flanged
18
1023728
Bearing Push Plate
19
1029827
Extension Housing (optional on stationary model only) 5’-4” lg. (not shown)
7/06
1027791-P8
PARTS LIST
Page P- 9
UNDERCARRIAGE & LIFT
COMPONENTS
REF.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5A
5B
6
7
8
9
10
PART
NO.
1030760
1003104
107225
1030723
1030770
1030769
1030818
1027817
042016
1026104
1027496
DESCRIPTION
Undercarriage Frame Weldment
Spindle & Hub Assembly (See Page P-10 for breakdown.)
Wheel Rim 15” x 6” x 5-Bolt
Hydraulic Cylinder, 3.0” Bore x 8” Stroke
Cylinder Pivot Arm (not used on electric drive model)
Cylinder Pivot Arm (used only on electric drive model)
Axle Safety Stop Plate
Adapter Fitting (used only on electric drive model)
Breather Plug (used only on electric drive model)
Pin
Brace Tube
3/07
0400103B
1027791-P9
PARTS LIST
Page P-10
SPINDLE & HUB ASSEMBLIES
REF.
NO.
-1
2
3
DESCRIPTION
8
9
10
11
Spindle & Hub Assy.
Spindle
Grease Seal
Inner Cone
(Timken No.)
Inner Cup
Hub
Outer Cup
(Timken No.)
Outer Cone
(Timken No.)
Lug Nut
Washer
Slotted Hex Nut
Cotter Pin
12
Hub Cap
4
5
6
7
5-BOLT
(2 3/8" x 14")
1003104
1001004
107233
3078R1
(LM48548)
3147R1
*1006987
3148R1
(LM67010)
3079R1
(LM67048)
107235
107229
6360C (3/4")
107230
(5/32" x 1 3/4")
107234
*Furnished w/Cups and Lug Nuts.
3/07
01496A1
1027791-P10
Page P- 11
PARTS LIST
ELECTRIC DRIVE
COMPONENTS
1/08
0400105A
1027791-P11
PARTS LIST
Page P-12
ELECTRIC DRIVE
COMPONENTS
1/08
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
1027462
DESCRIPTION
Motor Mount Support Bar
2
1026895
Motor Mount Support Weldment
3
1027461
Motor Mount Plate
4
1022188
Pivot Shaft
5
1022381
Adjusting Rod
6
3238A1
Sheave 2B 18.4” QD
7
3072A1
Bushing QD Type SK 1.25”
8
1016262
Belt B-93
9
1027553
Belt Guard Weldment
10
1027682
Upper Belt Guard Bracket
11
1027681
Lower Belt Guard Bracket
12
1023727
Bearing Push Plate
(Needed if converting from hydraulic to electric)
(Mounts under bearing)
1027791-P12
PARTS LIST
Page P- 13
PTO DRIVE COMPONENTS
1/08
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
1002172
DESCRIPTION
PTO Shaft, 60” - 1-1/4” Bore, 14R (See Page P-19 for breakdown.)
2
1026217
U-Joint Shield
3
1027660
PTO Support Bracket
4
3338A1
PTO Transport Pin
5
1023727
Bearing Push Plate
(Needed if converting from hydraulic to PTO)
(Mounts under bearing)
0400106A
1027791-P13
PARTS LIST
Page P- 14
HYDRAULIC DRIVE
COMPONENTS
3/07
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
1027555
DESCRIPTION
Hydraulic Motor Mount Weldment
2
1030713
Hydraulic Motor 10.6 cu. in.
3
1025059
Coupling Guard
4
1017967
Chain Coupling Half #80 w/1/4” Keyway
5
1025349
Chain Coupling Half #80 w/5/16” Keyway
6
41051
Roller Chain No. 80 12 Pitch w/Link
0400107A
1027791-P14
PARTS LIST
Page P- 15
HANDRAIL & WALKWAY
COMPONENTS
3/07
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
Ref.
DESCRIPTION
Hopper Panel Stop Plate (right)
2
Ref.
Hopper Panel Stop Plate (left)
3
1030780
Handrail
4
1027712
Walkway Plate
5
1030772
Cover Panel
0400102A
1027791-P15
PARTS LIST
Page P- 16
HOLD DOWN WHEEL
COMPONENTS
3/07
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
1029825
DESCRIPTION
Hold Down Seal Weldment (left hand)
2
1029826
Hold Down Seal Weldment (right hand)
3
1027640
Caster Wheel w/Bearing (5” O.D. x 2” wide)
4
1027597
Hold Down Wheel Bracket (4-bolt)
5
1027641
Bolt Weldment 1/2” x 7-1/2” long
6
1029813
Hold Down Wheel Bracket (2-bolt)
7
1029821
Transition Panel (left hand)
8
1029822
Transition Panel (right hand)
9
1030778
Hopper Panel Stop Plate (right hand)
10
1030779
Hopper Panel Stop Plate (left hand)
0400101B
1027791-P16
PARTS LIST
Page P- 17
HOPPER LIFT CABLE
COMPONENTS
ELECTRIC MODELS
HYDRAULIC OR
PTO MODELS
3/07
REF.
NO.
1
2
3
PART
NO.
1018619
1008195
4095A1
4
5
6
7
8
9
1030815
1007890
50079A1
4841
5321C
41600
DESCRIPTION
Winch (See page P-18 for parts) (used only on electric models)
Cable Pulley 3” O.D.
Cable Pulley 3/16” x 6’-0” lg. (Two used on electric models)
(One used on hydraulic or PTO models)
Cable 3/16” x 3’-6” lg. (used only on hydraulic or PTO models)
Pulley Clevis Plate
Cable Pulley Bushing
3/8” U-Bolt
(Not shown) 3/16” Cable Clamp
Cable Keeper Kit (Provided w/winch initially)
0400104B
0400104A
1027791-P17
PARTS LIST
Page P-18
WINCH
COMPLETE WINCH
ASSEMBLY - 1018619
ITEM
PART
KIT
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
NO.
DESCRIPTION
NO.
1
1/4" - 20 x 1 1/2" Hex Screw
0913-03
17
Pawl
1891-07
2
1/4" Lock Washer
2524-03
18
Washer
0904-03
3
1/4" wide Flat Washer
0917-07
19
38" x 5 1/2" Pawl Bolt
2045-06
4
Handle Retainer Spacer
1907-02
20
Frame
0233-07
Spring
0940-00
21
9/16" - 18 Locknut
0673-03
6
Handle
2089-04
22
Bearing
2680-03
7
Reel Assembly
0488-05
23
Bushing (2)
2679-09
8
10-24 Hex Nut (2)
2706-03
24
Washer
0229-03
9
Cable Keeper
2704-03
25
Pinion Gear (3)
0776-03
Pinion Shaft
1869-07
5
NO.
ITEM
NO.
5444-81
5441-81
10
10-24 x 5/8" Carriage Bolt (2)
2705-03
26
11
Front Frame Spacer
1413-08
27
Brake Back-up Plate
1878-09
12
3/8" Lock Nut (2)
1873-03
28
Brake Pad (2)
0846-06
13
3/8" x 1/2" Reel Bolt
1412-02
29
Ratchet
1906-06
14
Back Frame Spacer
1866-04
30
Cover
1915-05
31
10" - 32 x 1-1/2" Screw (2)
2016-03
15
Pawl Spring
1909-05
16
Pawl Spacer
1890-05
If kit number covers a combination of part numbers, parts are sold
KIT
NO.
5442-81
Repair parts ordered directly from:
Shelby Industries, Inc.
only by kit number.
175 McDaniel Road
Please order by specifying: Model Number
Name of Part or Kit
Part or Kit Number
PO. Box 308
Shelbyville, KY 40066-0308
Phone: 502-633-2040
FAX: 502-633-2186
1027791-P18
PARTS LIST
Page P- 19
CONVEYOR PTO COMPONENTS
MANUFACTURED BY WEASLER
NOTE: Repair parts for PTO
drivelines can also be purchased
directly from:
Weasler Engineering, Inc.
P.O. Box 558
West Bend, WI 53095
REF.
NO
-1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
DESCRIPTION
PTO Driveline Complete
Joint & Tube Half Assembly
with Guard (Conveyor End)
Roll Pin 1/4" x 1" long
Inner Safety Sign
Shield Nylon Bearing Kit
Inner Guard
(Includes Ref. No. 4)
U-Joint Cross Repair Kit
End Yoke
.375 - 16 x .38 long Setscrew
Joint & Shaft Half Assembly
with Guard (Tractor End)
Spring Lock Flange Repair Kit
Shear Bolt & Nut Kit (See Note)
Yoke & Ball Shear Assembly
Outer Guard
(Includes Ref. No. 4)
Outer Safety Sign
U-JOINT TYPE - 14R
AUGER END 1 1/4" BORE
WITH 1/4" KEYSEAT
TRACTOR END 1 3/8 - 6B SPLINE
WITH SHEAR BOLT
HUTCHINSON/
MAYRATH
PART NO.
1002172
1015285
WEASLER
PART NO.
232-16106
92-16106
1003691
13-10022
1010565
1006478
11-10454
13-10022
19-11104
96-16106
40524
1003683
33170
1015286
03-10134
14011-1117
11-10215
93-16106
1003674
1004778
1006480
1006481
26-10133
-26-11670
97-16106
13-10021
13-10021
Note: Shear Bolt Kit includes (6) 5/16" - 18 x 1" long Grade 5 hex bolts and locknuts.
01972A3
1027791-P19
PARTS LIST
Page P- 20
BELTING COMPONENTS
REF.
NO
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1027644
Conveyor Belting, 24" wide x 61’-3" long
Low Temp PVC, Black Crescent Top Cover w/Slider Bed Back,
RS125 Alligator Lacing installed on both ends.
(Includes nylon covered stainless steel hinge pin)
2
--
3/07
1024215
Hinge Pin Material (per foot part no.)
1024AS-SET
Belt Splice Kit (without installation tool) (Enough for four belt splices.)
0400118
03453A2
1027791-P20
PARTS LIST
Page P- 21
HAND PUMP TO
CYLINDER PLUMBING
- Electric Drive Models
1/08
REF.
NO.
1
PART
NO.
1030764P
DESCRIPTION
Hydraulic Hand Pump
2
Ref.
Hydraulic Cylinder (Part No. 1030723)
3
1027817
Hydraulic Adapter Fitting
4
042016
Breather Plug
5
1031892
Hydraulic Adapter Fitting
6
1030817
Hydraulic Adapter Fitting
7
1030816
Hydraulic Hose 3/8” x 36” long
0400565
1027791-P21
PARTS LIST
Page P- 22
HYDRAULIC CONTROL
VALVE PLUMBING
- Optional on Hydraulic
Drive Models
Reference
Hydraulic Cylinder
Reference
Hydraulic Motor
REF.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
3/07
PART
NO.
4003
1028936
1028949
1030881
1030917
1030918
1030919
1030920
1030921
1030922
1030923
1030924
4621
33310
33136
DESCRIPTION
Locknut, 1/4-20
Fitting, Elbow (8 C5OX-S)
Tee Fitting (12 R6X-S)
Mount Plate, Control Valve
Directional Control Valve (AO12OC4JS)
Fitting, Elbow w/Orifice (6801-08-08 NWO .062)
Adapter (12-10 F5OX-S)
Elbow Fitting (8-12 C5OX-S)
Adapter (10-1/2 F5OF-S)
Adapter (12-8 FTX-S)
Ball Valve (V500CS-8)
Hydraulic Hoses (451TC0606-12-8-8,48”)
Bolt, 1/4-20 x 2-1/4”
Bolt, 3/8”-16 x 1-1-2”
Locknut, nylon 3/8-16
0400569
1027791-P22
P.O. Box 629 514 W. Crawford Clay Center, KS 67432
Phone 785-632-2161 1-800-523-6993 FAX 785-632-5964
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