HCM-2E2 Manual
WACHS HCM-2E2
POWER UNIT
MODEL 14-000-06
i
HYDRAULIC TOOL
POWER UNITS
Model HCM-2E2 Ser.No.
E.H. WACHS COMPANIES
100 Shepard St. Wheeling Il. 60090
Part Number:
14-MAN-06
Revision No:
1
Revised:
Mar. ‘98
WACHS HCM 2E2 POWER UNIT
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION I
STANDARD EQUIPMENT........................................................................................5
SECTION II
SPECIFICATIONS......................................................................................................6
SECTION III
SAFETY........................................................................................................................7
SECTION IV
SET-UP AND OPERATING PROCEDURES........................................................9-12
SECTION V
MAINTENANCE........................................................................................................13-14
SECTION VI
TROUBLE SHOOTING............................................................................................15-16
SECTION VII
PARTS LISTS AND EXPLODED VIEW DRAWINGS.........................................17-19
SECTION VIII
ORDERING INFORMATION....................................................................................20
WACHS HCM 2E2 POWER UNIT
SECTION I
STANDARD EQUIPMENT
Wachs HCM-2E2 Features:
• Low-tone muffler for noise level reduction
• Units convert easily from cart mount to skid mount
• All cart mount units have collapsible handles
• All cart mount units have large dia. pneumatic tires for ease of transport
• Electric start
• Hydraulic oil-level sight gauge
• Automatic Low engine oil-level shut down
• Hour meter
• HTMA hydraulic quick couplers
• Large capacity hydraulic cooler, meets or exceeds HTMA specifications
• Optional spark arrestor, skid mount, manual start and single
phase motors available on select units
5
WACHS HCM 2E2 POWER UNIT
SECTION II
MACHINE SPECIFICATIONS
The Wachs HCM 2E2 Power Units provide power for operation of
type 2 open-center tools (8 GPM /33.3 LPM at 2100 PSI/138 Bar).
The electric unit is equipped with a 10 HP Baldor electric motor. The
unit has an enclosed hydraulic and cooling system lined with sound
suppressing material. The unit should never be operated with this
enclosure open. Some units may also have a hood lined with sound
suppressing material over the motor.
The power units are all equipped with air-to-oil coolers and suction
fans mounted to the power shaft on the motor.
The hydraulic system is self-contained with reservoir, filtration, and
level indicators.
MODEL HCM-2E2 # 14-000-06
SPECIFICATION
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM:
FRAME TYPE:
DESCRIPTION
OPEN CENTER
THREE WHEEL
MOBILE UNIT
LENGTH:
27.5”
69.85
24.5”
62.23
31.5”
80.01
31.5”
80.01
WIDTH:
HEIGHT:
WEIGHT (DRY):
FILTRATION:
OIL COOLER:
MOTOR:
FUEL:
HYDRAULIC OIL:
RATED FLOW:
A PORT:
SKID
27.5”
69.85 CM
15.0”
38.1 CM
22.0”
55.88 CM
22.0”
55.88 CM
CM
CM
CM
CM
10 MICRON RETURN RETURN
AIR TO OIL WITH INDEPENDENT FAN
10 HP 220VOLT 3 PHASE BALDOR
ELECTRIC MOTOR
N/A
4.0 GALLONS/15.14 LITRES
GPM @ PSI
LPM @ BAR
8.8
8.0
0
1500
33.3
56.8
B PORT:
C PORT:
HYDRAULIC
RELEIF PRESSURE:
6
1500 PSI @ 103.0 BAR
0
103
WACHS HCM 2E2 POWER UNIT
SECTION III
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
The E. H. Wachs Company takes great pride in manufacturing safe, quality products with user safety a
priority.
The E.H. Wachs Company recommends that all users
comply with the following safety rules and instructions
when operating our equipment.
Read the Following thoroughly
before proceeding.
For your safety and the safety of others, read and
understand these safety recommendations and operating instructions before operating.
ALWAYS WEAR PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:
WARNING
Impact resistant eye protection
must be worn while operating or
working near this tool.
For additional information on eye and face protection, refer
to federal OSHA regulations, 29 Code of Federal Regulations, Section 1910.133., Eye and Face Protection and
American National Standards Institute, ANSI Z87.1, Occupational and Educational Eye and Face Protection. Z87.1
is available from the American National Standards Institute,
Inc., 1430 Broadway, New York, NY 10018.
CAUTION
Personal hearing protection is recommended when operating or
working near this tool.
CAUTION
DO NOT attempt to locate hydraulic leaks
by feeling around hoses and fittings with
bare hands. “Pin-hole” leaks can penetrate the skin.
1 . READ THE OPERATING MANUAL!! Reading the setup and
operating instructions prior to beginning the setup procedures
can save valuable time and help prevent injury to operators or
damage to machines.
2 . INSPECT MACHINE & ACCESSORIES! Prior to machine
setup physically inspect the machine and it's accessories. Look
for worn tool slides, loose bolts or nuts, lubricant leakage,
excessive rust, etc. A properly maintained machine can greatly
decrease the chances for injury.
3 . ALWAYS READ PLACARDS & LABELS! All placards, labels and stickers must be clearly legible and in good condition.
Replacement labels can be purchased from the manufacturer.
4 . KEEP CLEAR OF ROTATING PARTS! Keep hands, arms
and fingers clear of all rotating or moving parts. Always turn
machine off before attempting any adjustments requiring contact
with the machine or it's accessories.
5. SECURE LOOSE CLOTHING & JEWELRY! Loose fitting clothing, jewelry; long, unbound hair can get caught in the rotating
parts on machines. By keeping these things secure or removing
them you can greatly reduce the chance for injury.
6 . KEEP WORK AREA CLEAR! Be sure to keep the work area
free of clutter and nonessential materials. Only allow those
personnel directly associated with the work being performed to
have access to the area if possible.
7
Hearing protectors are required in high noise areas, 85
dBA or greater. The operation of other tools and equipment
in the area, reflective surfaces, process noises and resonant structures can substantially contribute to and increase
the noise level in the area. For additional information on
hearing protection, refer to federal OSHA regulations, 29
Code of Federal Regulations, Section 1910.95, Occupational Noise Exposure and ANSI S12.6 Hearing Protectors.
CAUTION
RISK OF ELECTRICAL
SHOCK
This device should never be used in
an exessively wet enviornments.
Make certain power source’s ground is functioning before
operating this power unit. Failure to do so could result in
serious injury or death. Non-conductive hoses should be
used when operating power unit near power lines. The
hose should be tested regularly for electrical current leakage in accordance with your safety department instructions.
ATTENTION
This safety symbol appears in these instructions to identify an action that could cause bodily injury to
the operator or other personnel.
WACHS HCM 2E2 POWER UNIT
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (cont.)
SECTION III
BE TRAINED THOROUGHLY BEFORE OPERATING THE
POWER UNIT ALONE.
TIPS FOR SAFE USE OF
YOUR POWER UNIT
·Operator training must consist of a demonstration as well as
a verbal period of instruction. This training is given by the
dealer before the power unit is delivered.
·Make sure hoses and fittings are undamaged and tight
before starting the power unit.
·The new operator must start in an area without bystanders
and use all controls until able to fully operate the
power unit under the conditions for the work area.
·Keep clear of hot engine exhaust.
KNOW THE WORK CONDITIONS.
·Never use flammable solvents around the power unit
engine.
·Operators must know all prohibited uses or work areas for
the power unit. For example, excessive slopes and
poor or dangerous terrain conditions.
·Clean up oil and fuel spills immediately. Do not overfill
fluids.
OBEY THE SAFETY RULES.
·Always shut down the power unit engine before
performing any maintenance or adjustments on the
power unit unless otherwise specified.
·Unauthorized modifications to the power unit may impair the
function and/or safety as well as impair the machines life. Use only approved WACHS service parts or accessories.
·Make sure all hoses are connected for correct flow
direction to and from the tool being used.
The safety tag below is attached to the power
unit when shipped from the factory. Read and
understand the safety instructions listed on
this tag before removal. We suggest you retain this tag and attach them to the power
unit when not in use.
·Do not operate the power unit if a fuel odor is present.
Check for spilled fuel. Check for fuel leaks.
·Keep the power unit at least 3.3 feet (1 meter) away from
buildings, obstructions and flammable objects. Do not
aim engine exhaust at materials that could catch fire.
·Operating the power unit at excessive speeds increases
the danger of personal injury. Do not change governor
settings or tamper with governor components which may
increase engine speed.
·Allow the engine to cool before storing the power unit in
an enclosure.
·Keep all fasteners tight to be sure that the power unit is
in safe working condition
·To avoid personal injury or equipment damage, all tool
repair, maintenance and service must only be performed
by authorized and properly trained personnel.
8
WACHS HCM 2E2 POWER UNIT
SECTION IV
SET-UP
AND
OPERATING
PROCEDURES
9
WACHS HCM 2E2 POWER UNIT
SET-UP AND OPERATION
SECTION IV
TABLE 1. HYDRAULIC HOSE RECOMMENDATIONS
FLOW PER
CIRCUIT
LENGTH
EACH HOSE
INSIDE
DIAMETER
GPM
LPM
FEET
METERS
5 to 8
5 to 8
5 to 8
19 to 30
19 to 30
19 to 30
to 50
51-100
100-300
to 15
15 to 30
30 to 90
9 to12
9 to12
34 to 45
34 to 45
to 50
51-100
to 15
15 to 30
9 to12
34 to 45
100-200
30 to 60
13to16
49 to 60
to 25
to 8
13to16
49 to 60
26 to 100
8 to 30
USE
Both
Both
Pressure
Return
Both
Pressure
Return
Pressure
Return
Pressure
Return
Pressure
Return
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
The hydraulic system consists of a hydraulic fluid reservoir,
filter assembly, single pump, and a wide variety of flow controls. The filter element is a “spin on” type element for easy
replacement. The filter housing has a pressure bypass valve
to divert fluid directly to the tank in the event of a restricted
filter.
The hydraulic pump will vary depending upon the capabilities
of the power unit. The pump will be called out in the parts
section of the manual.
Pressure hoses from the pump are connected directly to a
control module, which contains a relief valve a flow control
valve, and a pressure and return port. Optional control modules may contain additional valves and ports.
INCH
MM
1/2
5/8
5/8
3/4
5/8
5/8
3/4
3/4
1
5/8
3/4
3/4
1
13
16
16
19
16
16
19
19
25.4
16
19
19
25.4
SAE SPEC
(WIRE BRAID)
SAE SPEC
(FIBER BRAID)
SAE100R1-8
SAE100R2-10
SAE100R2-10
SAE100R1-12
SAE100R2-10
SAE100R2-10
SAE100R2-12
SAEI00R2-12
SAE100R1-16
SAE100R2-10
SAE100R1-12
SAE100R2-12
SAE100R1-16
SAE100R7-8
SAEI00R8-10
SAE100R7-12
SAE100R7-12
SAE100R8-10
SAE100R8-10
SAE100R7-12
SAE100R8-12
SAE100R7-16
SAEI00R8-10
SAE100R7-12
SAE100R8-12
SAE100R7-16
The following fluids work well over a wide temperature range at
start-up, allow moisture to settle out, and resist biological
growth likely in cool operating hydraulic circuits.
These fluids are recommended by E.H. Wachs. Other fluids
that meet or exceed the specifications of these may also be
used.
Ams-Oil Hydraulic A/W 150
SSU, 1OOV.I.
Chevron AW-MV-32
Exxon “Univis” J-26
Mobil D.T.E. 13
Gulf “Harmony” AW-HIV-150-32
Shell “Tellus” T-32
Sun “Sunvis” 805 MG
Texaco “Rando”
Union “Unax” AW-WR-32
Viscosity (fluid thickness)
TOOL HOSE RECOMMENDATIONS
STANDARD
50º F 450 SSU Max.
100º F 130-200 SSU
140º F 85 SSU Min.
The hoses in the chart (TABLE 1) above are recommended for
the hydraulic fluids specified in the section concerning hydraulic fluids.
HYDRAULIC FLUID REQUIREMENTS
Pour Point:
Viscosity Index:
Demulsibility:
Flash Point:
Rust Inhibition:
Oxidation:
Pump Wear Test:
The power unit is shipped from the factory with the recommended hydraulic fluid. Oils meeting the specifications listed
below will provide all season operation if normal maintenance
is performed.
10
METRIC
10º C 95 Centistrokes
38º C 27-42 C.S.
60º C 16.5 C.S. Min.
-10º F/-23º C Min. (for cold startup)
(ASTM D 2220) 140 minimum
(ASTM D-1401) 30 Minutes Max.
(ASTM D-92) 340ºF/171ºC Min.
(ASTM D-665 A&B) Pass
(ASTM D943) 1000 Hours Min.
(ASTM D2882) 60 mg Max.
WACHS HCM 2E2 POWER UNIT
SECTION IV
SET-UP AND OPERATION (CONT.)
MOTOR DESCRIPTION
HYDRAULIC CONNECTIONS
The power unit is equipped with a 10 HP motor which is one of
the three following motor enclosures. All units are built to customer requirements.
Pressure and return hoses are connected to the ports at the
control panel as shown in Illustration A.
OPEN DRIP PROOF MOTORS
Intended for use in clean, dry locations with access to an
adequate supply of cooling air. In addition, there should be
protection from or avoidance of flammable materials.
TOTALLY ENCLOSED MOTORS
Intended for use where moisture, dirt, and corrosive materials
are present in indoor or outdoor locations.
EXPLOSION-PROOF MOTORS
Indicated by the Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. label, are required for hazardous locations in accordance with the National
Electrical Code.
The pressure and return ports are marked with a decal. When
installing couplers, the pressure port receives the male coupler and the return port receives the female coupler. The hoses
can then be connected directly to the couplers. Couplers are
available through your local WACHS dealer.
IMPORTANT
WHEN USING COUPLERS, OIL
SHOULD ALWAYS FLOW FROM
THE MALE COUPLER TO THE FEMALE COUPLER.
The following checks must be performed prior to operating the
power unit:
HYDRAULIC OIL
Check the oil level in the reservoir, add oil as required. refer to
power unit specifications and hydraulic fluid requirements section on preceding page.
MOTOR WIRING
Connect the machine in accordance with diagram on page 12.
the wiring, fusing and grounding must be in accordance to the
National Electric Code (NEC) and any local codes that may
apply.
When the machine is connected to the load for proper direction of rotation and started, it should start quickly and run
smoothly. If this is not the case, cease operation immediately and investigate the cause.
It is recommended that the motor current be checked after
power unit has been operated for a short time and compared
to the nameplate current.
CHECK LIST
Keep the following in an area that is accessible to the operator and maintenance personnel.
• Engine tool kit (if required)
• Owners manual
• Engine reference manual
11
Illustration A
1. H.T.M.A. 3/8” male quick acting coupler with 1/2” npt thread.
2. H.T.M.A. 3/8” female quick acting coupler with 1/2” npt
thread. At the tool this my be H.T.M.A. 3/8” female
quick acting coupler with 3/8” npt thread.
WACHS HCM 2E2 POWER UNIT
SECTION IV
SET-UP AND OPERATION (cont.)
FOR SINGLE CIRCUIT FLOW UP TO 15 GPM*
TOOL OPERATION
3. H.T.M.A. 3/8” quick acting coupler with 1/2” npt thread.
Start the engine as specified in preceding steps.
4. H.T.M.A. 3/8” male quick acting coupler with 1/2” npt
thread. At the tool this may be H.T.M.A. 3/8” male quick
acting coupler with 3/8” npt thread.
Turn the hydraulic circuit to the ON position or a flow setting
to start fluid flowing to the tool.
A. Refer to table 1 on page 10 for hose recommendations.
For units having an optional flow combiner kit, the two 5
GPM/19 LPM circuits combined into one 10 GPM/ 38 LPM
circuit for operation of H.T.M.A. type 3 tools.
B. Use adapters with threads that match tool part.
BEFORE START UP
Perform the checks specified in” Preparation For Use”
section, before operating the power unit. Make certain
the following conditions are met.
IMPORTANT: When using couplers,
oil should always flow from the male
coupler to the female coupler.
•Hydraulic tank must be full.
To obtain 10 GPM/ 38 LPM, attach the pressure hose to the
center port with all flow circuits in the oft position. The return
hose may be attached to either return port. Turn on the 10
GPM /38 LPM circuit to start the flow.
SHUT DOWN
Return the hydraulic circuit to the OFF position or zero flow.
Turn the switch to the OFF position
Disconnect the hydraulic hoses and store in suitable area
(see maintenance section on proper procedure for storage of
hoses).
•All hoses are to be free of damage. All hose and coupler
NOTE: Both 5GPM/19 LPM circuits remain in the OFF position for 10 GPM /
38 LPM flow.
fittings must be tight.
•The front section of the motor must be free of leaves, dirt,
and other debris that may inhibit cooling or create a fire
hazard.
NOTE: When storing hoses, the couplers at the hose ends should be connected
together
to
prevent
contamminants from entering the hydraulic system. DO NOT store the hoses in direct sun light or in exeptionally warm spaces.
Expansion of the fluid can cause a pressure
build up inside the hoses.
START-UP
•Make sure the flow control circuit is set at zero or off.
•Connect the hydraulic hoses to the applicable couplers on
the control panel. Male couplers are pressure ports. Female
couplers are return ports.
•Check that the hoses are properly connected
to the tool
and that the tool is in the OFF or deactivated mode.
•Plug unit into power source, turn motor switch on. Allow
unit to run without activating the tool until hydraulic circuit
warms up.
12
WACHS HCM 2E2 POWER UNIT
SECTION V
MAINTENANCE
13
WACHS HCM 2E2 POWER UNIT
SECTION V
MAINTENANCE
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
CAUTION: Do not use fluids other
than those specified in this manual.
Observe the following for maximum performance and
service life from the hydraulic system.
•
Use the correct hydraulic fluid at all times.
•
Keep the hydraulic system and fluids clean at all times.
•
Keep water out of the fluid.
•
Keep air out of the lines. Air is indicated by the
hydraulic system overheating and foam at the hydraulic
tank breather. Tighten all suction line fittings and
clamps.
•
Hydraulic system wear is noted by increased heat
during tool operation, reduced tool performance and
eventual system breakdown.
A. Remove condensed moisture from the hydraulic fluid. Condensation is a frequent problem with cool mobile hydraulic circuits. This condition occurs in moist or cold climates when warm air in the reservoir tank draws moisture from the cooler outside air. Water will then accumulate in the tank.
CAUTION: WATER IN THE FLUID REDUCES
LUBRICATION AND CAUSES PREMATURE PARTS
WEAR. PUMP CAVITATION MAY ALSO OCCUR.
C. Check hydraulic lines and fittings. Check for loose fittings,
leaks, etc., through out the entire hydraulic circuit.
D. Change the hydraulic filter. if the operator consistently
connects the hose ends together when detached from the
tool and wipes oft contaminants before connecting quick
disconnects, the filter element should provide maximum
performance.
NOTE: See your local WACHS dealer for
proper filter replacement specifications.
E. Fill the hydraulic tank. Fill the hydraulic tank by removing
the filler cap at the top center of the tank. The tank is full
when oil appears in the perforated basket at the bottom of
the filler pipe.
MOTOR MAINTENANCE
This is a ball bearing motor. The bearings have been given
initial lubrication at the factory. Sealed motors are factory
lubricated for normal bearing life.
Baldor motors are pre-greased with Shell “Dolium R”. Other
equivalents are: Chevron SRI2 and Texaco “premium RB”.
Over greased bearings can cause premature bearing failure.
If motor is equipped with Alemite fitting, apply grease with
grease gun.
Use 1 to 2 full strokes on motors in NEMA 215 frame and
smaller. Use 2 to 3 strokes on NEMA 254 through NEMA
365 frames. Use 3 to 4 strokes on NEMO 404 frames and
larger. On motors having drain plugs, remove grease drain
plug and run motor 20 minutes before replacing plug.
Check suction hose. Check hose from the hydraulic tank
to the pump inlet to see that it is not kinked and that the
clamps are secure. This will reduce the risk of pump
cavitation and sucking air into the system. All pump fittings must be tight.
On motors equipped with slotted head grease screws,
remove screw and apply grease tube to hole. Insert 2 to 3
inch length grease string into each hole on motors in NEMA
215 frame and smaller. Insert 3 to 5 inch length on larger
motors.
Approximately once each week (less often in hot, arid
climates) take a small sample from the bottom of the
hydraulic tank by removing the 1/2” npt drain plug. If
clear water appears, drain tank until clean oil is flowing.
If fluid is milky, allow it to settle for about 48 hours before
draining.
Motors having grease drain plugs, remove plug and operate
motor for 20 minutes before replacing drain plug.
14
WACHS HCM 2E2 POWER UNIT
SECTION VI
TROUBLE SHOOTING
If a problem persists or is not listed in the chart, cease operation
and consult the manufacturer for additional instructions.
15
WACHS HCM 2E2 POWER UNIT
SECTION VI
TROUBLE SHOOTING
PROBLEM:
CAUSE:
REMEDY:
TOOLS RUN TOO HOT
RELIEF VALVE SET TOO LOW
ADJUST FOR 2100 PSI/148 BAR
CRACKING PRESSURE.
HOSES TOO SMALL
INCREASE HOSE DIAMETER
IMPROPER FLUID
REPLACE FLUID
COOLER CLOGGED, BLOCKED AIR
FLOW.
CLEAN COOLER, STRAIGHTEN FIN~
AS NECESSARY.
AIR INJECTORS AND/OR INJECTON~
PUMP.
BLEED INJECTORS. REFER TO
ENGINE MANUAL.
THERMAL DIVERTER VALVE
DEFECTIVE.
CHECK THAT VALVE IS DIRECTING
HOT OIL TO THE COOLER BY FEELING THE TUBING AT THE COOLER.
REPLACE VALVE IF DEFECTIVE.
COLD START NOT FUNCTIONING
CHECK CURRENT TO GLOW PLUG~
ON COLD START UNITS. REPAIR
CIRCUIT OR REPLACE GLOW PLUG
AS NECESSARY.
HYDRAULIC PUMP DAMAGED
REPLACE.
AIR FLOW THROUGH POWER UNIT
BLOCKED.
REMOVE OBSTRUCTION.
FAN BELT LOOSE OR BROKEN
REPLACE OR ADJUST AS REQUIRED
FLOW CONTROL VALVES OR
PRIORITY VALVES HAVE BEEN
ADDED TO THE CIRCUIT
SOME ROTARY TOOLS MUST HAVE
FLOW CONTROLS. ADJUST FLOW
TO MATCH TOOL GPM TO AVOID
FORCING EXCESS FLOW OVER THE
RELIEF
CLOSED CENTER TOOLS IN USE ONLY OPEN CENTER TOOLS
MOTOR RUNS BUT HYDRAULIC
CIRCUIT WILL NOT DRIVE TOOLS.
CIRCUIT SOLENOID SWITCHES OFF OR
DEFECTIVE.
SET SWITCHES TO “ON”. REPLACE IF SWITCH
DEFECTIVE.
TOOL NOT CONNECTED TO POWER UNIT
CONNECT TOOL, CHECK COUPLERS
HYDRAULIC FLUID RESIVOIR LOW
CHECK AND FILL AS REQUIRED
TOOL HOSES BLOCKED
REMOVE OBSTRUCTION
TOOL HOSES INCORRECTLY
CONNECTED TO CIRCUIT FITTINGS.
CHECK THAT TOOL HOSE GOES FROM TOP PORT
TO TOOL PRESSURE OR IN PORT, AND FROM
TOOL RETURN OR OUT PORT TO LOWER PORT,
BOTH PORTS ARE ON THE SAME SIDE OF
MANIFOLD.
RELIEF VALVE(S) STUCK OPEN
ADJUST OR REPLACE
TOOL IS DEFECTIVE
REPAIR AS NECESSARY
16
WACHS HCM 2E2 POWER UNIT
SECTION VII
PARTS LISTS
AND
EXPLODED VIEW
DRAWINGS
17
WACHS HCM 2E2 POWER UNIT
BILL OF MATERIALS
HCM 2E2 #14-000-06
REF.
QTY.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
1
20
1
2
10
6
37
4
1
1
8
1
2
1
1
23
2
6
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
4
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
DESCRIPTION
REF
FILTER
NUT, JAM
FITTING
NUT, 3/8"
NUT, 1/4"
WASHER, LOCK 3/8"
WASHER, LOCK 1/4"
CLAMP
FITTING 3/4"
WASHER 1/4"
WASHER 1/4"
VALVE, RELIEF
WASHER, FLAT
COOLER
FITTING
BOLT, 1/4"
FITTING
BOLT, 3/8"
FITTING 3/4"
PUMP, HYD.
FITTING
FITTING
GUAGE, SIGHT
CLAMP, HOSE
VALVE
MANIFOLD
FITTING
BOLT, 1/4"
FOOT
CAP
HOSE, RETURN
FAN
MOTOR
TANK, HYDRAULIC
HOSE, PRESSURE
GRILL
HOOD
COUPLER, PUMP
GRILL, REAR
BRACKET, PUMP
GRAPHIC SET
HOSE, RETURN 3/4"
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
18
QTY.
1
1
2
1
7
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
DESCRIPTION
FILTER ELEMENT
PLUG 1/4" NPT
BOLT, 1/4NC x 2.00
HOSE, SUCTION
BOLT
TAB
PIN, COTTER 1/8"
GRIP, HANDLE
WHEEL
PIN, SPRING
SPACER
FOOT
BRACKET, HANDLE
AXLE
HANDLE
19
WACHS HCM 2E2 POWER UNIT
SECTION VIII
ORDERING INFORMATION
To place an order or to get more detailed information on any E.H. Wachs products, call us at:
1-800-323-8185.
ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS
Please use parts list provided in manual. Have part description and part number of required replacement
part or parts to help expedite order and insure proper parts are being ordered.
REPAIR INFORMATION
Please call E.H. Wachs Company prior to returning any equipment for repair. We will advise you of shipping
and handling. Please enclose with equipment to be repaired your name, address, phone number and a brief
description of problem or work to be done or estimated.
All repair work done at our plant will be estimated and the customer advised of cost and time required to
complete repair.
WARRANTY INFORMATION
Enclosed with the manual is a warranty card. Please fill out the registration card and return to E.H. Wachs.
Retain the owners registration record and warranty card for your information.
RETURN GOODS ADDRESS
E.H. Wachs Company
100 Shepard Street
Wheeling, Illinois 60090
Call or Write:
E.H. Wachs Company
P.O. Box A
100 Shepard Street
Wheeling, Illinois 60090
847-537-8800
FAX: 847-520-1147 • 847-520-1168
Toll-Free: 1-800-323-8185
HYDRAULIC TOOL
POWER UNITS
Model HCM-2E2 Ser.No.
E.H. WACHS COMPANIES
100 Shepard St. Wheeling Il. 60090
20
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising