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Avanti T-18 User`s manual
Original
AVANTI SERVICE LIFT
User’s Manual and Installation Manual
Model SHARK
Date of publication:
10th CE Edition: 10/2011
Revision 2: 28/6/12
Manufacturer:
AVANTI Wind Systems A/S
Høgevej 19
3400 Hillerød Denmark
P: +45 4824 9024
F: +45 4824 9124
E: info@avanti-online.com
I: www.avanti-online.com
Sales & Service:
Australia
Avanti Wind Systems PTY LTD P: +61 (0) 7 3902 1445
China
Avanti Wind Systems P: +86 21 5785 8811
Denmark
Avanti Wind Systems A/S P: +45 4824 9024
Germany
Avanti Wind Systems GmbH P: +49 (0) 41 21-7 88 85 – 0
Spain
Avanti Wind Systems SL P: +34 976 149 524
UK
Avanti Wind Systems Limited P: +44 0 1706 356 442
USA
Avanti Wind Systems,Inc P: +1 (262) 641-9101
India
Avanti Wind Systems,PL P: +91 44 6455 5911
Only trained people may use this lift.
This manual must be available to staff at all times during installation and operation.
Additional copies are available from the manufacturer upon request.
All measurements are indicative only and subject to change without notice.
Contents
User’s manual
1. Limited warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2. Explanations of symbols used in this manual . . . . . . .
3. Cautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4. Description of equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.1 Purpose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.2 Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.3 Service lift models . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.4 Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.5 Accesories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.6 Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.6.1 Cabin overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.6.2 Cabin with fall arrest device, traction hoist,
power cabinet and pendant control . . . . . . . .
4.6.3 Technical data for the service lift M, L and XL .
4.6.4 Drive system, fall arrest device and controls . .
4.6.5 Drive wire, safety wire, and guide wire . . . . . .
4.7 Cabin safety devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.1 Fall arrest device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.2 EMERGENCY STOP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.3 EMERGENCY STOP fixed (Optional) . . . . . . . .
4.7.4 Automatic operation switch . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.5 Overload limiter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.6 Fall arrest device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.7 Drop down safety beam (Optional) . . . . . . . . .
4.7.8 Yellow flash (Optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.9 Emergency light (Optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.10 Door stop switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.10.1 Sliding door: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.10.2 Double door: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.10.3 Half roller door: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.11 Trapped-Key interlock system (Optional): . . . . .
4.7.12 Limit stop switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.12.1 Top limit stop switch . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.12.2 EMERGENCY top limit stop switch . . .
4.7.12.3 Bottom safety stop . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.7.12.4 Top safety stop (Optional) . . . . . . . . .
4.8 Safety devices for fences with door . . . . . . . .
4.8.1 Guard Locking System . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4.8.2 Trapped-key Interlock System . . . . . . . .
5. Daily inspection by the supervisor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.1 Service lift . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.2 Operating area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.3 Control functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.4 Automatic operation test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.5 Remote operation controll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.6 Fall arrest device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5.7 Wires and suspension . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6. Operation - lift transport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.1 Entry and exit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.2 Stop/EMERGENCY STOP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.3 Normal operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.4 Automatic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
6.5 Remote operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6.6 Overload limiter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.1 EMERGENCY descent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
7.2 Manual ascent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What to do if the fall arrest device engages . . . . . . . . . .
Repair in the event of breakdown . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Out of service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Removing wires for replacement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11.1 Parking the service lift . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11.2 Wire ends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11.3 Removing the lifting wire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
11.4 Removing the safety wire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.1 Yearly inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.1.1 Traction hoist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.1.2 Fall arrest device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.1.3 Service lift . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.1.4 Suspension/wires/cables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12.1.5 Overload limiter/information signs . . . . . . . . . .
12.2 Repairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13. Ordering spare parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.1 Wire/rope . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.2Motor and brake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.3 Electric control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.4 Fall arrest device . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
13.5 Rating plates and information signs . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
14. Transport and storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation manual
1. Assembling SHARK cabin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.1 Part list - Shark L/XL Sliding door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.2 Part list - Shark L/XL Double door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.3 Part list - Shark L/XL Half Roller door . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.4 Parts list - SHARK M . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1.5 Parts list - SHARK M Roller door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2. Fitting of wires . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2. Tower top . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.2 Wire positioning measurements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3 Securing the guide wire - ground level . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3.1 Method 1: Wedge anchor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3.2 Method 2: Tripod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3.3 Method 3: Steel beam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.3.4 Tensioning of the guide wires Ø12 mm . . . . . . . .
2.4 Electrical connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.4.1 Power supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.4.2 Supply cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.4.3 Power connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.5 Installation of drive and safety wire in lift . . . . . . . . . . .
2.5.1 Drive wire installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.5.2 Safety wire installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.6 Securing the drive and safety wire . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.6.1 Drive wire contra weight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.6.2 Safety wire method 1: Wedge anchor with spring .
2.6.3 Safety wire method 2: Push spring . . . . . . . . . . .
2.6.4 Safety wire method 3: Steel beam with spring . . .
2.7 Wire fix alignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.8 Adjustment of the safe-zone plates . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.9 Adjustment of top stop disc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3. Danger zone! sticker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4. Disassembling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5. Inspection before initial use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Appendix A: Regulation of overload limiter . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Appendix B: Annual inspection test report . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Appendix C: Report of defects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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5
User’s Manual
1. Limited Warranty
Avanti Wind Systems A/S warrants that commencing from the date of shipment to the
Customer and continuing for a period of the
longer of 365 days thereafter, or the period set
forth in the standard Avanti warranty, the Avanti
service lift (“Product”) described in this Manual
will be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service when
installed and operated in accordance with the
provisions of this Manual.
This warranty is made only to the original user
of the Product. The sole and exclusive remedy
and the entire liability of Avanti under this
limited warranty, shall be, at the option of
Avanti, a replacement of the Product (including
incidental and freight charges paid by the
Customer) with a similar new or reconditioned
Product of equivalent value, or a refund of the
purchase price if the Product is returned to
Avanti, freight and insurance prepaid. The
obligations of Avanti are expressly conditioned
upon return of the Product in strict accordance
with the return procedures of Avanti.
This warranty does not apply if the Product (i)
has been altered without the authorization of
Avanti or its authorized representative; (ii) has
not been installed, operated, repaired, or
maintained in accordance with this Manual or
other instructions from Avanti; (iii) has been
subjected to abuse, neglect, casualty, or
negligence; (iv) has been furnished by Avanti to
Customer without charge; or (v) has been sold
on an “AS-IS” basis.
6
AVANTI Service Lift for Wind Turbines
Except as specifically set forth in this Limited
Warranty,
ALL EXPRESS OR IMPLIED CONDITIONS,
REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY
IMPLIED WARRANTY OR CONDITION OF
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, NON-INFRINGEMENT,
SATISFACTORY QUALITY, COURSE OF DEALING, LAW, USAGE OR TRADE PRACTICE ARE
HERBY EXCLUDED TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW AND
ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED BY AVANTI. IF,
PURSUANT TO ANY APPLICABLE LAW, TO
THE EXTENT AN IMPLIED WARRANTY CANNOT BE EXCLUDED AS PROVIDED IN THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY IS LIMITED IN TIME TO THE SAME DURATION AS THE EXPRESS WARRANTY PERIOD
SET FORTH ABOVE. BECAUSE SOME STATES
DO NOT PERMIT LIMITATIONS ON THE DURATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, THIS MAY
NOT APPLY TO A GIVEN CUSTOMER. THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY GIVES CUSTOMER
SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND CUSTOMER
MAY HAVE OTHER LEGAL RIGHTS UNDER APPLICABLE LAWS.
This disclaimer shall apply even if the express
warranty fails of its essential purpose.
In any cases of dispute the English original shall
be taken as authoritative.
2. Explanation of symbols used in this manual
Symbol
Signal word
Meaning
Possible injury if not observed
IMMEDIATE or
possibly imminent
danger:
Death or severe injury!
Safety instructions
STOP
DANGER!
DANGER!
CAUTION!
IMMEDIATE or
possibly imminent
danger of hazardous
voltage:
Death or severe injury!
Potentially hazardous
situation:
Light injury or material damage.
Warning!
Potentially dangerous
situation:
Damage to equipment or workplace
Important!
Useful tips for optimum
working procedure
None
Additional instructions
!
Order
�
Reference to written
specification/documentation
User’s Manual
7
3. Cautions
CAUTION!
Avoid injury – follow all instructions!
a)Installation and/or maintenance and/or operation
of the service lift and its suspension may be
performed only by qualified personnel, hired by the
employer for the job at hand.
b)The personnel must be at least 18 years of age.
The staff must be familiar with the relevant accident
prevention instructions and must have received
proper training in these.
c)Personnel is obliged to read and understand this
User’s Manual.
d)A copy of the User’s Manual must be handed out
to the personnel and must always be available for
reference.
e)If more than one person is entrusted with one of
the above tasks, the employer shall appoint a
supervisor in charge of the operation.
STOP
DANGER!
f)Whenever installation, ascending, and/or descending involves a danger of falling, all personnel inside
the danger area must wear personal protective
equipment which will prevent them from falling by
means of a safety system secured to the building.
g)Only fault-free suspension devices, cabin components, traction hoist equipment, fall arrest device,
original traction hoist wires and stopping devices
may be used.
h)Electrical connection of the system must be made
in accordance with EN 60204-1.
i)Prior to mounting, all parts must be tested to
ensure their completeness and full functionality.
j)Self-locking nuts must be used at all times, and the
following must always be observed:
- The screw must extend from the nut by at least
half of the thread diameter.
-T
he nut may not be used once it has become
possible to loosen by hand!
k)Prior to mounting the suspension system, ensure
that the building sections involved will be able to
carry the load.
8
AVANTI Service Lift for Wind Turbines
STOP
DANGER!
Do not use the lift in case of fire.
l)If any damage or faults are found during operation,
or if circumstances arises which may jeopardize
safety:
– Immediately interrupt the work in progress and
notify the supervisor or employer!
m)All tests/repairs of electrical installations may only
be performed by qualified electricians.
n)All repairs to the traction hoist, fall arrest device
and the system’s supporting parts may be performed only by qualified fitters.
o)If any supporting parts are repaired or replaced,
the operational safety of the system must be tested
and verified by an expert.
p)Use of non-original parts, in particular use of wires
other than the prescribed original traction hoist wire
will render the manufacturer’s warranty void and
the CE approval invalid.
q)No modification, extension or reconstruction of the
service lift is allowed without the manufacturer’s
prior written consent.
r)No warranty is provided against damage resulting
from reconstruction or modification of equipment
or use of non-original parts which are not approved
by the manufacturer.
s)Before using the lift an inspection by the authorised
security organisation must be carried out.
t)
The lift must be inspected at least once a year by an expert that has been trained by AVANTI. The traction hoist and saftey break must be overhauled at an authorised workshop and furnished with a new certificate for every 250 hours of operation.
u)The service lift may not be used by person under
the influence of alcohol or drugs that may jeopardize working safety.
The tower owner must verify the need for
third party service lift inspections with the
local authority and comply with the
standards specified.
�
CAUTION!
The service lift may only be used after the owner and Avanti had verified the maximum wind speed that will allow a safe use of the service lift. Maximum
wind speed limits depend on WTG design.
4. Description of equipment
4.1 Purpose
4.3 Service lift models
The service lift described in this User’s Manual
serves the following purposes:
- transportation of staff and material inside wind
turbine systems, lattice towers for wind turbines,
and telecommunication towers.
- transportation for mounting, inspection and
repairs.
This User’s Manual and Installation Manual
describe the following models:
The service lift may be used to transport two
persons plus their tools and equipment to the
most convenient height for performing work on the
tower.
The service lift is designed for permanent installation in one specific tower.
The lift is not designed for use
- in silos,
- at drilling sites,
- as a permanently installed facade lift,
- as a crane lift,
- in environments with explosion hazards.
• S
HARK M sliding door
with 240 kg lifting capacity
• S
HARK L sliding/double door/4-door
with 240/320 kg lifting capacity
• S
HARK XL sliding door
with 320 kg lifting capacity.
4.4 Temperature
Operating temperature
-15ºC - +60ºC.
Survival temperature
-25ºC - +80ºC.
Low temperature kit is also available.
Operational temperature for low temperature kit
-25ºC - +40ºC.
4.2 Function
4.5 Accesories
The service lift uses a traction hoist for ascending
and descending on a wire secured to the building.
In order to fulfil the essential health and safety
requirements from the regulations the design of
the wind turbine and its components shall complement the safety systems supplied on the service
lift making the ensemble safe as a whole.
A detailed evaluation of compliance to the EHSR
and a risk assessment shall be completed. Avanti
shall verify the compliance to such requirements
prior to installation. Systems that may be considered to complement the service lifts are:
A fall arrest device secure the service lift to a
separate safety wire.
Upward and downward travel is controlled from
inside the service lift in manual mode, from the
remote control transmitter in remote mode
(optional), or from the outside in the automatic
mode (optional).
A overload limiter prevents upward travel in the
event of an overload of the traction hoist.
Two guide wires on either side of the service lift
prevent the lift from swivelling/tilting.
4.5.1 Fences & guards
The service lift hole must be adequately protected
to prevent people from falling or being injured by
the movement of the service lift. The fences and
guards design shall comply with the relevant
standards and local regulations.
4.5.2 Safety system for landing access doors
The service lift hole must be adequately protected
to prevent risk of falling. When the service lift is not
at the landing, access doors shall not be able to
open. Such function may be achieved by using
interlock systems on access doors linked to the
position of the service lift.
User’s Manual
9
4.6 Components
4.6.1 Cabin overview
Fig. 1a SHARK L sliding door
Fig. 1b SHARK L double door
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
Cabin
Sliding door
Drive and safety wires
Guide wire
Wire guides
Bottom safety stop
10 AVANTI Service Lift for Wind Turbines
3
2
1
1
2
4
4
5
5
6
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
Cabin
Double door
Drive and safety wires
Guide wire
Wire guides
Bottom safety stop
Fig. 1c SHARK L 4-door version
Fig. 1d SHARK M sliding door
3
3
2
2
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
Cabin
4 door
Drive and safety wires
Guide wire
Wire guides
Bottom safety stop
1
4
4
5
5
6
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
Cabin
Sliding door
Drive and safety wires
Guide wire
Wire guides
Bottom safety stop
User’s Manual 11
Fig. 1e SHARK L Half roller door
Fig. 1f SHARK M Roller door
3
1
2
2
1
4
5
6
3
1 Cabin
2 Roller door
3 Drive and safety wires
4 Guide Wire
5Wire guides
6 Bottom safety stop
12 AVANTI Service Lift for Wind Turbines
1
2
3
Cabin
Roller door
Bottom safety stop
4.6.2 C
abin with fall arrest device, traction hoist, electrical control box and
pendant control
Fig. 2
2
3
4
5
12
6
8
7
10
9
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14
13
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1
2
3
4
5
6
Cabin
Traction hoist
Electrical control box
Anchor point
Fall arrest device
Cable connection (behind the lift)
7EMERGENCY STOP button fixed
(Inside cabin optional)
8 Pendant control
9Override automatic operation switch (optional)
10 Door stop switch
11 Bottom safety stop
12 Shackle
13EMERGENCY limit stop switch
14 Operation limit stop switch
User’s Manual 13
4.6.3 Technical data for the service lift M, L and XL
Fig. 3a Dimensions, sliding door
Shark M lifting capacity:
• Motor X402P 240 kg
• Motor M500 240 kg
(max 1 person)
H
Shark L lifting capacity:
• Motor X402P 240 kg
• Motor M500 240 kg
(max 2 person)
• Motor L502P 320 kg
• Motor M500 320 kg
(max 2 person)
Shark XL lifting capacity:
• Motor X402P 240 kg
• Motor M500 240 kg
(max 2 person)
• Motor L502P 320 kg
• Motor M500 320 kg
(max 3 person)
Weight of lift:
M:
kg 90
L:
kg 110
XL:
kg 120
F
The weight of the power
supply cable should be
added to the weight of the lift
(approx. 0.23 kg per m).
B
A
Standing height:
Under spine: 1980 mm
Under traction hoist: 2100 mm
D
C
Sliding door opening:
M:
500 mm
X - XL: 550 mm
E
N
G
Noise level emitted: max. 75 dB(A).
Dimensions in mm:
Shark
A
B
C
D
E
F
G1)
N
H
M
380
600
600
650
400
75
790/660
630
3000
L
380
960
600
650
475
75
1150/1020
990
3000
XL
480
960
800
850
475
75
1150/1020
990
3000
1) Standard wire guide/narrow wire guide. (Details p. 52)
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Fig. 3b Dimensions, double door
Lifting capacity:
• Motor X402P 240 kg
• Motor M500 240 kg
(max 2 persons)
• Motor L502P 320 kg
• Motor M500 320 kg
(max 3 persons)
M
Weight of lift:
L:
kg 115
XL:
kg 125
The weight of the power
supply cable should be added
to the weight of the lift
(approx. 0.23 kg per m).
Fence
Standing height:
Under spine: 1980 mm
Under
traction hoist: 2100 mm
B
A
D
C
E
N
G
Dimensions in mm:
Shark
A
B
C
D
E
G1)
M
N
L
380
960
600
650
475
1150/1020
1900
990
1) Standard wire guide/narrow wire guide. (Details p. 52)
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4.6.4 Drive system, fall arrest device and controls
Fig. 4 Traction hoist
M500
Tirak
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
Fig. 5 Fall arrest device
BSO
OSL500
1Insertion
point for
brake lever
2 Motor
3Wire traction
w/overload
protection
4Drive system/
gearbox
7 6
Fig. 6 Electrical control box
For M500
For Tirak
12
11
7 6
8
Fig. 7 a
Pendant control
Fig. 7 b
Remote control
13EMERGENCY
STOP button
14 UP
15 DOWN
10Overide
bottom limit
stop switch
11 Ready lamp
12 HAND/AUTOM
10
5Control
handle/
brake lever
6Fall arrest
device
stop button
7Connection
cable
8Window
9 Wire
5
5
9
13
14
15
12
10
11
Table 1. Traction hoist
Traction
Unit weight Measures/dimensions
hoist wire Ø
approx.
a
b
c
Lifting
capacity
Wire speed
Effect
Rated
current
Traction hoist type
Kg
m/min
kW
A
mm
Kg
mm
mm
mm
X402P/400V
400
18
1.5
3.5
8.3
35
485
250
250
X402P/690V
400
18
1.5
2.0
8.3
35
485
250
250
L502P/400V
500
18
1.5
3.5
8.3
35
485
250
250
L502P/690V
500
18
1.5
2.0
8.3
35
485
250
250
M500/400V
500
18
1.5
4.5
8.3
39
447
244
279
M500/690V
500
18
1.5
3
8.3
39
447
244
279
Hoist
Table 2. Fall arrest device
Fall arrest device
Fall arrest type
BSO 504 E
BSO 1004 E
1)
OSL500
1)
Lifting capacity
To max. wire
speed
Traction hoist
wire Ø
Unit weight
approx.
kg
m/min
mm
400
18
500
500
Measures/dimensions
a
b
c
kg
mm
mm
mm
8.3
4.7
214
121
131
18
8.3
4.7
251
140
131
18
8.3
7
269
176
101
Motor L502P must be installed with BSO 1004 E
Table 3. Drive wire, safety wire and guide wire
Wire type
X402P / BSO504 E
L502P / BSO1004 E
Guide Wire
M500 / OSL500
Wire
diameter
8mm, 4x26
or 5x19
12mm
8.3mm, 5x19
Surface
treatment
galvanised
galvanised
galvanised
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Mark/
feature
1 red string
/ cord
Min. break
resistance
-
55 kN
Shackle,2t
51.5 kN
2 t shackle,
Form C
none
55 kN
Attached
with
2 t shackle,
Form C
Anchoring
Tighten
to
-
-
Min. every
35m
2 to 4 kN
-
-
4.7Cabin safety devices
4.7.1Electromagnetic motor brake
Electromagnetic spring-loaded brake which
engages automatically
–on releasing the up/down push button and
– following a power failure.
4.7.2 EMERGENCY STOP
When the red EMERGENCY STOP (pendant
control) switch is pushed in an emergency, all
control is interrupted. After remedying the fault,
control is reactivated by turning the switch clockwise, until it pops out again.
4.7.3EMERGENCY STOP fixed (optional)
Only in service lifts with AUTOMATIC function
installed. A backup switch to the pendant control
EMERGENCY STOP switch is situated on one of
the side panels inside the lift. For function, see
above (Fig. 9).
4.7.4Automatic operation switch
A switch situated inside the pendant control
holder. It prevents the lift from being controlled
from the inside when the control is in automatic
mode.
4.7.5 Overload limiter
The overload limiter is built into the wire traction
system and will prevent upward travel in the event
of an overload. A warning signal (buzzer) is
triggered which will stop only when the cause of
the overload has been removed.
Possible reasons for activation of the limiter:
- The service lift is overloaded or
- The service lift encounters an obstacle during
upward travel.
Operator intervention:
- Reduce the load to below the overload limit, or
- lower the lift until it is free of the obstacle and
remove the obstacle before using the lift again.
a) Lifting wire breaks and
b) Hoist failures.
The fall arrest device can also be engaged manually in an emergency by pressing the Emergency
stop button. The window is used to monitor the
centrifugal force mechanism’s function during
operation. For information on required
intervention when the fall arrest device
engages.
Fig. 8
Fig. 9
Fall arrest device
BSO OSL500
Emergency stop
and bottom stop
switch
Fixed
Emergency
stop button
Automatic
operation
switch
Window
Stop
button
ON/Locked
OFF/Open
4.7.7 Drop down safety beam (Optional)
This device can be installed in sliding door lifts and
it protects against accidental fall when the door is
opened while working between platforms. The
beam remains in closed position by means of a
latch. The beam is opened by actuating on the
latch and lifting up slightly the beam. (Fig. 9c)
See in 4.6.10.1 Guard locking switch how to open
the sliding door between platforms.
Fig. 9a
Fig. 9b
Fig. 9c
4.7.6 Fall arrest device
Hoistable personal transportation means must be
equipped with 2 fall arrest devices which will
prevent the load from falling.
Fall arrest device Type BSO + OSL
The Fall arrest device BSO + OSL fall arrest
devices are opened manually (Fig. 8).
The speed of the safety wire
passing through the device is continuously
monitored, and the jaws automatically close in the
event of sudden excessive speed.
This protects the lift from
4.7.8 Yellow flash (Optional)
An optional set of flashes can be mounted on the
top and at the base of the lift. The flashes indicate
when the lift is in movement (Fig 9a).
4.7.9 Emergency light (Optional)
An emergency light can be installed to illuminate
inside the lift with and without electric supply.
The operation modes can be selected
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by means of a switch. (Fig .9b)
4.7.10 Door stop switch
4.7.10.1 Sliding door:
Sliding door is closed by pushing the actuator into the
door guard locking switch. (Fig .15) The switch is
unlocked by pushing the green button if the cabin is
located at a height corresponding to a platform. In
case of an emergency evacuation between platforms,
the interlock is unlocked by pushing its emergency
release red button from outside the cabin as well as
using a M5 triangular key from inside the cabin.
4.7.10.2 Double door:
A switch (Fig. 12) will interrupt control if the door is not
closed properly.
4.7.10.3 Half roller door:
A switch will interrupt control if the door is not closed
properly.
4.7.11 Trapped-Key interlock system (Optional):
Control is interrupted by turning the trapped-key
switch to OFF and then the key is able to be taken out.
The key allows the user to open the platform fence
doors. See the Trapped-Key Interlock System Manual
for further information.
1 Green push button
1
2 Emergency release red push button
3 Emergency release M5 triangular key
4.8.1 Guard Locking System
The Guard Locking System uses a system of security
locking switches installed on the fences. Another
position switch detects the right position of the service
lift on the protected platform.
3
2
4.7.12 Limit stop switch
4.7.12.1 Top limit stop switch
At the top of the cabin frame a top limit stop switch will
stop upward travel when activated (Fig. 10). Downward travel will still be possible. A top stop disc which
activates the top stop switch is installed below the
lifting wire attachment. (Fig. 5 section 2 of the
installation manual)
!
4.8 Safety devices for fences with door
Safety devices for fences include devices to prevent
people to access to the service lift area unless the
service lift was in a safety condition of accessibility.
Besides, the device guarantees the service lift doesn’t
move any moment the protected fence doors were
open. There are two types of safety devices for fences:
Fig. 15
4.7.12.3 Bottom safety stop
The bottom safety stop switch (Fig. 11a or Fig. 11b
which shows an optional configuration) stops downward travel if the service lift
encounters an obstacle or touches the ground.
Upward travel will be possible, for instance to remove
the obstacle. In order to put the service lift on the
ground, the contact plate’s operation can be bypassed with the key switch in the control box. If it is
possible to enter underneath the service lift a double
button safety stop must be installed.(See part 1 of the
installation manual).
4.7.12.4 Top safety stop (Optional)
The top safety stop switch stops upward travel if the
lift:
- Type 1: encounters an obstacle (fig. 13).
- Type 2: Besides, the switch works as top limit stop
switch. A top stop end bar is installed bellow the
guiding wire attachment and activates the top safety
stop. In this case the top stop end bar replaces the top
stop disc. (fig. 14)
Downward travel will be possible, for instance to
remove the obstacle.
ATTENTION!
When the top limit stop switch is engaged,
activate the DOWN switch until the top limit
stop switch is released.
4.7.12.2 EMERGENCY top limit stop switch
Deactivates control if the top limit stop switch fails
(Fig. 10). Manual downward travel is possible.
CAUTION!
Do not use the service lift until the top limit stop switch fault has been rectified.
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The service lift cannot operate until all the protected
fences are closed and locked.
Main Switch Disconnector
Ready Lamp
The fences remain closed and locked until the service
lift is stopped and properly positioned on the platform,
actuating the position switch of the platform. In this
position, the guard locking can be unlocked while
pressing the green light button.
Locking
switch
The interlock control box has a main switch. Turn the
switch to the OFF position to cut the power to the
service lift. The main switch must be set to OFF when
the lift is not in use, when leaving the wind turbine and
while the wind turbine is running. It must be set to OFF
before starting an electrical generator.
Consult the AVANTI Guard Locking System Manual
for further information.
4.8.2 Trapped-key Interlock System
The Trapped-key Interlock System uses a system of
security locks installed on the fences. These locks can
be opened by using a key placed into the lift.
The key also activates the On/Off general switch
placed into the service lift cabin. The key is linked to
the lift by means of a wire rope, and can not be
detached from it except using cutting tools.
The key cannot be taken out from the On/Off general
switch in the lift, unless it is in Off position, and
therefore, the lift is stopped. In the same way, the key
cannot be taken out from the fence lock unless the
fence door is closed, and the door actuator is put into
the door lock.
The fences remain closed and locked until the service
lift is stopped on the platform, and the key is transferred from the lift cabin to the fence lock.
Consult the AVANTI Trapped-key Interlock System
Manual for further information.
Green Light
access button
Fence latch
with actuator
Position switch
Fig. 10
Stop switch,
normal
operation
Emergency
stop switch
Fig. 11a
Bottom safety stop
Fig. 11b
Fig. 12
EMERGENCY
STOP button
Key
Security lock on fence
Door limit stop switch
(In door frame)
Fig. 13
Actuator
Trapped-key switch
Fig. 14
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5. Daily inspection by the supervisor
reach the tower ground level. When the “bypass
switch” is activated, it should be possible to lower
the lift all the way to the ground.
If a safety device for fence doors is installed (see
chapter 4.7 of the User’s manual), every platform
fence door must be closed to be able to drive the
cabin.
5.1 Service lift
a)Before each operation, ensure that the traction
hoist, the Fall arrest device and all auxiliary
components (stoppers, wire guide wheels, etc.)
are mounted in accordance with the specifications
and without any noticeable defects.
b)Check whether the drive, and safety wires are fed
correctly around the two wire guide wheels.
c)Wire ends (of 3 m or more in length) must be
coiled separately at the floor and tied with strips
in at least 3 places.
d)Check lifting capacity: (see the rating plate or
section 4.5.3) – the extra load (persons and
materials!) must not exceed the maximum rated
lifting capacity.
5.2 Operating area
a)Ensure that there are no obstacles within the
service lift’s operating area which may obstruct
the travel of the cabin or cause the cabin to hit the
ground.
b)Ensure that all relevant and required protection
measures below the cabin are in place. Such
measures could include pent roofs or barriers to
protect the staff from falling objects.
5.3 Control function
a)Close the doors. Press the EMERGENCY STOP
button. The lift should remain still when the UP/
DOWN button is pressed. To restart, turn the
EMERGENCY STOP button clockwise. If a FIXED
EMERGENCY STOP button is installed (Fig. 9)
test as above.
b)Test the top limit stop switch:
During upward travel, press the switch manually,
and the service lift should stop immediately.
Pressing the limit stop switch should enable the lift
to travel down again.
c)Test the EMERGENCY top limit stop switch:
During upward travel, press the switch manually,
and the service lift should stop immediately.
Neither upward nor downward travel should now
be possible.
d)Bottom safety stop. Lower the lift;
it should stop before the rubber feet of the cabin
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e)Door stop switch:
Open the door - it should not be possible to move
the lift upwards or downwards.
Sliding door service lift: Move the cabin at a height no corresponding to a platform - it should not be possible to open the door. The door will be only able to be opened by pushing the emergency release red button from outside the cabin as well as using a M5 triangular key from inside the cabin.
f)If the optional AUTOMATIC function is installed.
Set the HAND/AUTOM. selector to AUTOM. When
holding the handle, the lift should remain still when
the UP or DOWN buttons are activated.
g)
If the Trapped-Key interlock system is installed.
Turn the trapped-key switch to OFF - it should be not possible to move the lift upwards or downwards. See the Trapped-Key Interlock System Manual for further information.
!
STOP
Fig. 13
Warning! If any faults occur during work,
- stop working,
- if required secure the workplace and
- rectify the fault!
DANGER!
Make sure that nobody is exposed to danger below the service lift, for instance from falling parts. Suitable measures: Pent roof or barriers.
Electrical control box
Tirak
M500
HAND/
AUTOM.
(Optional)
Ready lamp
“ON”
Override
bottom
safety stop
Pendant control
EMERGENCY STOP
UP
DOWN
5.4 Automatic operation test
Perform this inspection only if the AUTOMATIC
function is installed.
a)Press EMERGENCY STOP button on the
pendant control. Turn the HAND/AUTOM.
switch on the electrical control box to the right
to activate automatic operation.
b)Deactivate the EMERGENCY STOP button by
turning the button clockwise. (Check the
EMERGENCY STOP button fixed is deactivated.) The service lift should stand still.
c)DO NOT try to activate the “automatic operation” switch.
d) If the trapped-Key interlock system is installed, turn the trapped-key switch to ON. With the doors closed, press the UP and DOWN buttons. Neither upward nor downward
travel should be possible (Switch in pendant
control holder blocks the operation).
e)Press the EMERGENCY STOP button on the
pendant control.
f)Place the pendant control in its holder so it is
operational from the outside.
g)Leave the cabin and close the door.
h)Deactivate the EMERGENCY STOP button.
The service lift should stand still.
i)Press the UP button. The lift should travel
upwards.
j)Press the EMERGENCY STOP button. The lift
stops.
k)Turn the EMERGENCY STOP button clockwise
and press the DOWN button. The service lift
should travel downwards until the EMERGENCY STOP bottom stops the service lift.
Fig. 13b
Emergency
stop button
l)Remove the pendant control from holder.
m)Return the HAND/AUTOM. button to HAND.
n)Check that the UP and DOWN buttons work
again.
5.5 Remote operation test
Perform this inspection only if the remote control
function is installed.
a)Set the electrical control box switch HAND/
AUTOM to AUTOM (fig 7 a).
b)On top of the remote operation receiver switch
the device on (fig 7 b).
c)Press the up arrow on the remote operation
transmitter. The service lift should ascend.
d)Press the down arrow on the remote operation
transmitter. The service lift should descend.
e)Once the test is complete, switch the remote
operation function off.
5.6 Fall arrest device
a)Engage the Fall arrest device by pressing
the fall arrest device stop button - the handle
should jump to the “ON” position (Fig. 8
section 4.7).
b)Reopen the fall arrest device by pressing down
on the lever – the lever must engage.
c)During operation, regularly monitor the centrifugal force regulator relay’s rotation by looking
through the window.
5.7 Wires and suspension
a)During operation: Check the lifting and safety wires for free passage through hoist and
fall arrest device.
b)When the lift is at the top landing, inspect the
wire attachment and all the building
sections that suspend the lift.
Automatic
operation
switch
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6. Operation - lift transport
If a safety device for fence doors is installed (see chapter 4.7 of the User’s manual), every platform fence
door must be closed to be able to operate the cabin.
Transportation of people in AUTOM. mode is
forbidden.
b) Press the EMERGENCY STOP switch on the
pendant control.
6.1 Entry and exit
c) Put the pendant control inside the holder. It should
engage the automatic operation switch (fig.13b).
d)Close the door
To ensure safe entry and exit:
a)Lower the service lift onto the access platform until
the contact plate is activated and the cabin stops,
or: bring the lift to a height corresponding to the
correct level for exiting from the wind turbine’s
platform.
b)Open the door and exit/enter the lift through the
door/over the cabin railing.
6.2 Stop/EMERGENCY STOP
a)Release the UP/DOWN push button; the service lift
should stop
If it does not:
Turn the HAN/AUTOM switch on the power cabinet to
activate the automatic operation.
e)Turn the EMERGENCY STOP switch on the pendant
control clockwise and the switch should pop out.
f)Press the UP or DOWN button respectively and the
cabin starts ascending/descending.
6.5 Remote operation
a)Set the electrical control box switch to AUTOM
(fig.6).
b)On top of the remote operation receiver switch the
device on (fig.7b).
b)Push the EMERGENCY STOP switch, and all
controls should be disabled. Open the door and
enter/exit the lift through the door/over the cabin
railing.
c)For ascending press the up arrow on remote
operation transmitter.
6.3 Normal operation
d)For descending press the down arrow on remote
operation transmitter.
a) Close the door
b)
Turn the red EMERGENCY STOP switch on the pendant control clockwise and the switch should pop out. Do likewise with the EMERGENCY STOP fixed on the cabin (Fig. 9 )
c) To go up or down, push and hold the UP or DOWN button . If the trapped-key interlock system is installed, the trapped-key switch should be ON in order to drive the lift.
d) To place the service lift on the floor after the bottom safety stop has stopped the lift.
-Turn the override bottom safety stop switch (fig. 6
section 4.6.4) clockwise and hold.
-Press the DOWN button until the service lift rests on
the floor, then release.
6.4 Automatic operation
Only in service lifts with the AUTOMATIC function
installed.
a) If the trapped-key interlock system is installed, the
trapped-key switch should be ON in order to drive the
lift.
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e)Once the operation is complete, switch the remote
operation function off.
6.6 Overload limiter
a)In case of an overload, the lift’s upward travel
should be blocked, and a buzzer should sound in
the connection cabinet.
STOP
DANGER!
Attempting to go up in an
overloaded lift is prohibited!
b)Remove enough of the load to make the buzzer
stop and enable upward travel.
!
WARNING!
On entering and starting the lift, the buzzer may sound briefly. This is due to temporary load peaks occurring as the lift takes off.
The control box is designed not to activate the buzzer
or stop the lift because of peak loads caused by the
cabin swinging.
If the problem persists have an AVANTI expert adjust
the overload limiter (Appendix A).
7. Manual operation (EMERGENCY)
If a power failure or an operation fault etc. interrupts
the lift, a manual EMERGENCY descent is possible.
Fig. 14a Tirak
1
7.1 EMERGENCY descent
a)Open the manhole by pushing the lid in the roof
and operate the lift from above.
b)On top of the lift insert the lever into the break
lever hole in front of the traction hoist (Fig. 14 (1)).
c)Pull the lever upwards. The service lift moves
downwards. The built-in centrifugal force brake
limits the pace of descent.
d) To stop, simply loosen the leaver.
e)After use, replace the lever in roof hole.
Fig. 14b M500
For emergency situation only
Fig. 15
2
1
7.2 Manual ascent for Tirak only
It is not possible for the M500 to manually ascend.
With the brake open, the service lift can be pulled
upwards using the hand wheel (Fig. 15).
a)Remove the rubber cap.
b)Mount the hand wheel [2] on the motor shaft and
turn it counter clockwise with the brake [1] open.
c)After use, retract the hand wheel and lever from
the traction hoist and replace them in the roof
holes. Replace the rubber cap.
User’s Manual 23
8. What to do if the fall arrest device engages
If the fall arrest device engages simply disengage
by pushing down the lever (Fig. 16A) until it click.
However this is not possible if the service lift is
hanging on the wire - if so, see below.
STOP
Fig. 16
BSO
DANGER!
In the event of lift wire breaks or
hoist fails, evacuate personnel from
the service lift.
The safety wire suspension and the attachment
between the fall arrest device and the service lift
are exposed to dynamic loads when a fall is
blocked.
If the fall arrest device has locked and the
service lift is hanging on the wire, ascending is
blocked. Do as follows:
a)Remove the load on the safety wire by taking
the service lift upwards a few centimeters by
pushing the UP button.
– In the event of a power failure, evacuate the
lift.
b)Manually open the fall arrest device by pressing
down the leaver (Fig. 16A) until it disengage. On
ground level perform test as specified in
section 5. e) of the Installation Manual section
and 5.6 of the User’s Manual before resuming
normal operation.
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Safety wire
OSL500
A
!
ATTENTION!
When the service lift has returned to
ground level, test the fall arrest
device function
CAUTION!
Replace any defective fall arrest
device components and return them
for repair to the manufacturer.
CAUTION!
In case of no power and the fall
arrest device is locked with the
safety wire under tension evacuate
the lift according to the evacuation
procedure.
STOP
DANGER!
Avoid serious injuries:
9. Repair in the event of breakdown
1.All tests and repairs to the electronic components should be performed by an authorised
electrician only! The power chart is placed
in the traction hoist’s power cabinet.
Breakdown
The service lift
will neither go up
nor down!
2.Repairs to the traction hoist, the fall arrest
device and to the system’s supporting components should be performed by qualified
fitters only!
Cause
STOP
DANGER!
Attempting to use the lift will jeopardize work safety
A1The fixed EMERGENCY STOP
button has been activated.
Deactivate the button in question by
turning it clockwise until it pops out.
A2Wire loop on traction hoist.
Damaged or defective wire or wire
outlet causes problems.
Stop work immediately!
Ask the supplier or manufacturer for help.
A3The fall arrest device aligning
device is holding the service
lift on the safety wire.
a) Lift wire breakage
b) Hoist failure
A4The service lift is stuck on an
obstacle.
DANGER!
Unplug the power
supply before
opening the power
cabinet.
Solution
A5Power failure
a) Control not switched on or deactivated
b)Grid voltage interrupted
c)Supply between grid connection and
control interrupted
A6Limit stop switch functions
a)EMERGENCY limit stop switch
was pressed.
b)Door limit stop switch blocks
or is defective.
A7Protection switch on
overheating
a) A phase is missing
b) Motor is not cooling
c) Voltage too high/low
a) + b)Evacuate the service lift and
follow the directions in section 8
Carefully remove the obstacle.
Test the operational safety of affected
building sections. Inform the supervisor.
a)Turn EMERGENCY STOP switch
clockwise until it is released
b) Find the cause and wait for the power
to return
c)Test and if necessary repair the supply
cable, guide wires, fuses, and/or wiring
from the control box
a)Manually take the lift down until the
limit stop switch is released.
b)Close the doors and test the limit stop
switch.
a)Test/repair fuses, supply and connection.
b) Clean the hood.
c)Measure voltage and power consumption on the loaded motor. If voltage
deviates from specifications, use
cable with increased dimensions.
A8Brake does not open (no click on on/off)
a)Supply, braking coil or
rectifier defective.
b) Braking rotor closes.
a)Have an electrician test, repair/replace
the supply, braking coil and rectifier.
b) Return traction hoist for repair.
User’s Manual 25
Breakdown
The service lift will
neither go up
nor down
Service lift goes
down but not up
DANGER!
Unplug the power
supply before
opening the power
cabinet.
Motor hums
loudly or wire
ropes squeak,
Cause
Solution
A8The HAND/AUTOM.
switch is on AUTOM.
Turn the HAND/AUTOM. switch back
to HAND.
A9 The Trapped-key Interlock
System for fences is installed.
The Cabin switch of the system is in
Off position.
Turn On the trapped-key switch.
Consult the AVANTI Trapped-key Interlock
System Manual for further information.
A10 The Guard Locking System
for fences is installed. The
general On/Off switch of the Guard
Locking System Control Box at the
bottom platform is Off.
Turn On the general On/Off switch of the
Guard Locking System Control Box at the
bottom platform. Consult the AVANTI Guard
Locking System Manual for further information.
A11 The Guard Locking System
for fences is installed. At least
one of the protected fences is open.
Close all the protected fence doors. Consult
the AVANTI Guard Locking System Manual
for further information.
DANGER!
STOP Irresponsible behaviour
jeopardizes system
safety!
B1The service lift is stuck on
an obstacle.
Carefully move the service lift downwards
and remove the obstacle. Test the operational safety of affected platform
components. Inform the supervisor.
B2 Overload - Buzzer sounds
in the connection cabinet.
Test and possibly reduce load until
buzzer stops.
B3Limit stop UP:
a)Limit stop defective or not
connected.
b)Operation limit stop was
activated.
a)Test the limit stop connection/function.
Replace if necessary.
b)Move lift down until the limit stop switch
is released.
B4A phase is missing
Test fuses and power supply.
B5Fault in UP control circuit
in control box or traction hoist
Test and possibly repair connections,
wiring and relays.
C1Overheating
For descriptions of individual causes and
how to rectify faults
!
C2Wire ropes dirty
but the lift can
go both up and
down.
WARNING!
Further use of lift may
result in damage to the
wire traction.
26 AVANTI Service Lift for Wind Turbines
If possible, immediately replace
the traction hoist and return it for
test/repair at AVANTI.
Breakdown
Cause
Service lift will
go up but not
down!
Solution
DANGER!
STOP Irresponsible behaviour
jeopardizes system
safety!
D1The service lift has encountered or is stuck on an obstacle.
Carefully take the service lift up and
remove the obstacle.
Test the operational safety of affected
platform components.
Inform the supervisor.
D2The fall arrest device
is holding the
service lift on the wire.
a) Excessive hoist speed
b)Too low release speed on
fall arrest device.
a) + b)Take the service lift upwards to
relieve the safety wire.
Open the fall arrest device by
pressing the handle, and test
its function!
Functional test when the
lift is back on the ground:
Replace the hoist and fall
arrest device and return
them for testing.
DANGER!
STOP A defective fall arrest device
will threaten the safety of the service lift!
Replace immediately!
DANGER!
D3Fault in down controller circuit
on traction hoist
Pull the lever upwards.
The service lift moves
downwards.
(See details in section 7)
Test, and if necessary
have connections,
wiring, and relays
repaired.
Green lamp
not lit although
operation is
normal
E The lamp is defective
Have an electrician replace the bulb.
Hoist goes down
when up button is
pressed and up
when down button
is pressed.
F Two phases changed
in the supply
Have an electrician switch the two
phases in the plug
Unplug the power
supply before
opening the power
cabinet.
If these steps do not identify the cause and rectify the fault:
Consult a qualified electrician or contact the manufacturer.
User’s Manual 27
10. Out of service
a) Securing the service lift:
Bring the service lift all the way down, until the
contact plate switch stops the cabin.
b)
Disconnect the lift to prevent
inadvertent operation:
Mark the lift “OUT OF SERVICE” and padlock as necessary.
Contact the service technician for repair.
11. Removing wires for replacement
CAUTION!
Wear protective gloves when handling
wires.
11.1 Parking the service lift
Lower the lift until bottom safety stop engages.
11.2 Wire ends
Beneath the access platform:
a)Loosen and uncoil all coiled and secured wire
ends.
b)Remove the weight and the tightening spring.
11.3 Removing the lifting wire
a)Turn the “override bottom limit stop switch” key
to the right and push the DOWN button until
the cabin rests on the platform.
b)After having removed the drive wire counter
weight turn the DOWN button. The wire now
exits the traction hoist at the top.
c)From above the traction hoist remove the wire
by hand.
11.4 Removing the safety wire
a)Keep the fall arrest device open and manually
pull out the wire.
b)Pull out the wire on top of the lift.
12. Maintenance
Time (Performance)
Component
Daily:
(Supervisor)
Attachment components
traction hoist
Control box
Fall arrest device
Annually:
(Expert)
Wires
Electrical cable
Annually:
(Expert)
Entire system
Annually, however at least
every 250 hours of operation:
(Expert)
Traction hoist
Fall arrest device
28 AVANTI Service Lift for Wind Turbines
12.1 Yearly inspection
Have the entire system, especially the traction
hoist and the fall arrest device tested by an
AVANTI trained expert at least once annually
however more frequently if required depending on
use and the conditions of use and operation.
The traction hoist and fall arrest device must be
overhauled at an authorised workshop and
furnished with new certificate for every 250 hours
of operation. (Time counter is found in the power
cabinet (Fig. 20 section 12.1.5).
!
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ATTENTION!
If fall arrest device has engaged, an
expert must verify the safety of the fall
arrest device, the wire, and wire
attachment.
The tower owner must ensure that the
results of all annual and extraordinary
testing are logged
(Appendix B).
12.1.1 Traction hoist
The traction hoist is largely maintenance free.
Clean only when very dirty. During cleaning always
ensure sufficient air supply.
Annual test:
a) Ensure that no visual defects have appeared.
b) Test emergency descent function
(See Users’s Manual section 7.1)
12.1.2 Fall arrest device
The fall arrest device is largely maintenance free.
Clean only when very dirty. Keep free from dirt and
lubricate often (See table 4, section 12.1). Using
too much oil will not harm the equipment or the
gripping function.
Annual test:
a) Test the fall arrest device stop button.
b) Test the fall arrest device stop button reset.
c) Release safety wire bottom attachment in tower
and Perform wire acceleration test by hand.
12.1.4 Suspension/Wires/Cables
Always keep the wires clean and slightly greasy.
Use ordinary universal lubricating grease, however,
do not use bisulphide-containing lubricants like
Molycote®.
Annual test:
a)Check and replace the respective wire(s) if one
of the following defects are found:
- 8 wire strand breaks or more on a wire
length corresponding to 30 times the wire
diameter (Fig. 17).
- Severe corrosion on the surface or inside.
- Heat damage, evident by the wire colour.
- Reduction of the wire diameter by 5%
or more compare to the nominal wire diameter (Fig. 18)
- Damage on the wire surface – See fig.
19 for most common examples of wire
damage.
These examples do not, however, replace the
relevant provisions laid down by ISO 4309!
b)Check and ensure all wires are mounted at the
top and ground level in accordance with the
mounting instructions (See Installation Manual
section 2.1, 2.3, and 2.6).
c)Power cables
Check and replace the supply and control
cables if the cable jacket or cable connections
are damaged.
d) Wire guide wheels
Ensure wires are led round the guide wheels in
accordance with the fitting instructions (See
Installation Manual section 2.5).
Fig. 17
Wire strand breaks
12.1.3 Service lift
Annual test:
Inspect the service lift as specified in section 5 of
the User Manual.
User’s Manual 29
Fig. 18 Wire diameter
12.1.5 Overload limiter/information signs
Annual test:
Test switches as specified in section 5.3 and 5.4 of
the User’s Manual.
Perform overload test as specified in the Installation Guide.
Verify completeness and legibility of all rating
plates and information signs. Replace missing or
illegible plates and signs!
Fig. 19
Wire strap/loop,
which cannot be
unwound
Fig. 20
X402/L502
Loop knot forming
when a wire loop is
pulled tight
Bends resulting from
inappropriate treatment
(e.g. securing the load
with the wire)
M500
Damage resulting from
crushing, squeezing,
running over, etc.
Wire bags
Loop formation
Repairs to traction hoist equipment may ONLY be
performed by the manufacturer or a hoist service
centre, and only using original spare parts.
Table 4
Temperature
range
-15ºC to 80ºC
-35ºC to 40ºC
Synthetic oil
API specification CLPPG or
CLPPG or
PGLP ISO VG 460
PGLP ISO VG 100
Klübersynth
GH6 460
Klübersynth
GH6 100
1)
Oil specification
Use of other synthetic oil only with
approval by AVANTI.
1)
12.2 Repairs
Standard filling
30 AVANTI Service Lift for Wind Turbines
If the gearbox oil needs to be replaced, use one of
the lubricants specified in the following table,
corresponding to the temperature range in which
the traction hoist equipment is used.
Amount required:
traction hoist X402P: 1.4 l.
traction hoist L502P: 1.4 l.
traction hoist M500: 1.4 l.
See table 4.
13. Ordering spare parts
13.1 Wire/ropes
13.5 Rating plate/information signs
In addition to the item number and name of the
spare part, always state the traction hoist type, wire
diameter and production number!
Verify the completeness and legibility of all
rating plates/information signs (see Fig. 21).
Replace missing or illegible plates/signs!
13.2 Motor and brake
Rating plate on
the service lift Spine
In addition to the item number and name of the
spare part, always state the motor type and the
type and coil voltage of the brake!
13.3 Electric control
When ordering spare parts or making requests,
always state the electricity category and wiring
chart number. See the rating plate on the connection cabinet. There is a wiring chart in the
connection cabinet and in the motor terminal box.
13.4 Fall arrest device
Information signs
In addition to the item number and name of the
spare part, always state the fall arrest device type,
the wire diameter and lift serial no.
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Operating instructions inside the lift
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Brake leaver
Up
Down
Wire guide
To open the brake
1. Losen the Safety brake
wire by taking lift up.
2. Press down Safety brake
leaver until brake
disengages.
Stop button
Inspection window
Bottom safety
stop bar
Traction hoist
Bottom safety
stop switch
Manual operation
Brake leaver
insertion point
Insert brake
leaver into
insertion point and
pull upwards for
descent.
Hand wheel
For taking lift up
manually.
Emergency
stop
(For details, see
User’s Manual
and Installation
45541020 – Quick guide EN
Safety wire
Drive wire
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operations.
Guide wire
Emergency
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Safety brake
Emergency
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1. Losen the Safety brake.
2. Insert brake leaver into
break leaver insertion point
and loosen motor brake by
slowly pulling upwards.
Up
1. Mount hand wheel on top
of the traction hoist.
2. Losen motor brake
using the brake leaver
(see above) while turning
the hand wheel counter
clockwise.
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User’s Manual 31
14. Transport and storage
Depending on agreed transport and storage conditions
with customer, the following methods are standard ways
for the transport of the cabin with the installation
accessories:
• Land transport: Rear support over pallet.
Non stackable.
• Sea transport: Package using wooden box and
plastic shrink on a pallet.
Non stackable.
32 AVANTI Service Lift for Wind Turbines
Installation Manual
Please familiarise yourself with these instructions and the User Manual (Model SHARK) before
installing the service lift. Ensure that all specified parts are present before commencing installation.
No warranty is provided against damage and injury resulting from not following this “User’s Manual and
Installation Manual” i.e. reconstruction or modification of equipment or use of non-original parts which are
not approved by the manufacturer.
1. Assembling the SHARK cabin
Assemble the SHARK service lift close to its final
place of installation. Assemble both versions,
sliding doors and double doors, as follows:
Installation holes have been pre-drilled. Bolts, nuts
etc can be found in the plastic bags supplied.
9.Bring the cabin to its upright position.
10.Mount the doors on the cabin. On the Double
door version - remember to install the ground
wire at the top hinge.
11. Mount the steps and handle inside the cabin.
1.Assemble the right, left and bottoms sections
with the cabin resting on its back.
2.Mount the roof spine and then slide the roof
into position and fit to the cabin.
3. Fit the wire guides.
4.Mount the traction hoist and fall arrest device
to the spine.
12.Feed the power cable through the rear hole
and fit the socket to the back using the strips.
13.Mount the bottom safety stop switch and
adjust. Connect the switch cables to the power
cabinet according to the colour code. All wires
are secured using strips (max 200mm between
strips).
All bolts and nuts are stainless steel.
5. Attach the cabin front.
6.Mount the 4 bottom rubber feet to the bottom
of the cabin.
7.Mount the operation limit stop switch and
emergency limit stop switch on the roof using
the contact bracket.
STOP
DANGER!
If it is possible to enter underneath the
service lift a double button safety stop
must be fitted.
8.Attach the bottom safety stop beam including
the wires that hold the bottom safety stop
beam.
Installation Manual 33
1.1 Part list - Shark L/XL Sliding door
Fig. 1
37
11
39
38
40
39
17, 18
40
16
1
28
13
3
2
4
23
5
12
14
7
15
29 30
6
20
19
21
22
24
25
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
A
B
B
C
C
D
D
E
E
Dimension:
Edge:
Material:
Surface:
Measure tolerance:
Weight:
Revsion note:
AIP ApS
Hogevej 19
DK-3400 Hillerod
Denmark
Proj:
Constructor:
Release
Date:
1
2
3
4
5
ISO 2768-mK
kg Sign:
Stamp:
Valid from:
Replaces:
Replaced by:
Edit by:
Title:
F
6
ISO-E
Scale:
7
Sheet no.
Format:
1/1
F
A3
Drw. no.
Rev.no.:
8
27
26
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COPYING, SUBMITTING TO THIRD PARTIES OR USE IN ANY FORM AND FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN THAT ORIGINALLY INTENDED IS PROHIBITED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS PREVIOUS WRITTEN CONSENT OF AIP ApS.
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COPYING, SUBMITTING TO THIRD PARTIES OR USE IN ANY FORM AND FOR ANY PURPOSE OTHER THAN THAT ORIGINALLY INTENDED IS PROHIBITED WITHOUT THE EXPRESS PREVIOUS WRITTEN CONSENT OF AIP ApS.
1
A
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
8
D
E
E
Dimension:
Edge:
Material:
Surface:
Measure tolerance:
Weight:
Revsion note:
AIP ApS
Hogevej 19
DK-3400 Hillerod
Denmark
Proj:
Constructor:
Release
Date:
1
2
3
4
5
ISO 2768-mK
kg Sign:
Stamp:
Valid from:
Replaces:
Replaced by:
Edit by:
Title:
F
6
ISO-E
Scale:
7
Sheet no.
Format:
1/1
F
A3
Drw. no.
Rev.no.:
8
41
32, 33
31
36
10
9
34 AVANTI Service Lift for Wind Turbines
34
35
1.1 Part list - Shark L/XL Sliding door
Pos.
Item no.
Part description
Qty
6
45303105 / 45303180
Cabin, right: Shark L / Shark XL
1
7
45303106 / 45303181
Cabin, left: Shark L / Shark XL
1
8
45303111 / 45303178
Bottom: Shark L / Shark XL
1
9
45303117
Hatch (Shark)
1
10
45511002
Wire guide
4
12
45502004/45502045
Plug 690V/Plug 400V
1
13
45512004/47870006
Anchor point, yellow/Spine Anchor
2
16
45303119
Bracket for top switches
1
17
45502035
Top stop swich (S1)
1
Manual fig. 10
18
45502036
Emergency top stop switch (S13)
1
Manual fig. 10
19
45303118
Pendant control holder (Shark)
1
Manual fig. 13b
20
45502038
Emergency stop box
1
Manual fig. 13b
21
Reference
Install. fig. 14
Automatic operation switch
22
45303116
Step (Shark)
3
23
45512009
Handle for cabin, black
2
24
45303113
Front for Shark sliding door
1
25
45303114
Center door for Shark L w/slide
1
26
45303115
Right door for Shark L w/slide
27
45303125
Guide 1 for sliding door, Shark L, bottom
1
28
45303126
Guide 2 for sliding door, Shark L, top
1
29
45502217/45502218
Sliding door limit stop switch, left/right
1
41
45502219
Platform position switch
1
30
45303421
Sliding door handle - Interlock
1
31
79999562
Eye nut, M8, FZV
1
32
45303123
Angle for wirebush
1
33
45512006
Guide for wirebush
2
34
45303128
Bottom stop bar (Shark)
1
35
45512064
Wire Ø2.3mm, coated
0.62
36
45502031
Bottom limit stop switch
1
Safety wire / Drive wire ø8
2
Guide wire Ø12mm
2
45512005
Shackle, 2 tonnes
2
Manual fig. 13
45303100
Tripod
2
Install. fig. 8a
45512060
Threaded rod, M16, FZV, L=330mm
2
Install. fig. 8a
45515001
Push spring for safety wire
1
Install. fig. 12
45512011
Counterweight 11 kg for drive wire
1
Install. fig. 12
45512001
Cable bucket
1
Rubber cable 4G1.5/5G1.5/5G2.5
1
Connector 690V/Connector 400V
1
45512003
Cable suspension
1
Install. Fig 9
45512056
Snap hook, Galv. L=70mm
1
Install. Fig 9
45511001
Wire fix
10
Install. fig. 14
45512010
Bracket for wire fix 70
10
Install. fig. 14
37
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1.1 Part list - Shark L/XL Sliding door
Pos
Part no.
Part description
Qty
Reference
38
45303101
Top stop disc
1
Manual fig. 2
45541020
Quick-guide, English
1
Manual fig. 21
45541022
Quick-guide, Spanish
1
45541031
Label lift EN/ES 240 kg
1
45541007
Wall label UK/DE
1
45541025
Warning sign - hook on to anchor point
1
45541027
Serial number plate Shark lift
1
45512023
Counterweight 31 kg
1
45541009
Label lift EN/ES 320 kg
1
Manual fig. 21
Manual fig. 21
Driving system X402P/L502P-BSO504E/BSO1004E
1
45303112 / 45303175
Top: Shark L / Shark XL
1
2
45303107 / 45303177
Spine: Shark L / Shark XL
1
fall arrest device BSO 504E/BSO 1004E.
1
Guard small for Spine: Shark L / Shark XL
1
3
4
45303121 / 45303176
5
45303120 / 45303179
11
Guard large for Spine: Shark L / Shark XL
1
Traction hoist, X402P/L502P
1
14
45570001
Roller 1 for spine (Shark)
2
15
45547002
Roller 2 for spine (Shark)
2
Driving system M500-OSL500
2
45303397
Spine M500 Shark L
1
1
45303398
Top M500 Shark L
1
11
45408001
M500 690V CE
1
35412013
Rollers Assy M500 Shark L
1
45303400
Cover spine M500 Shark L
1
45108043
OSL500
1
45303401
Bracket OSL500 Shark L
1
45303402
Support OSL500 Shark L
1
3
Optional
45511006
Click on wire fix
45511007
Click on wire guide
35499287
Roller wire guide
4
Manual fig. 14
45502142
Remote control transmitter
1
Manual fig. 9
45502140
Remote control receiver
1
Manual fig. 9
45502001/55020011
Safety light top
1
45502002
Safety light bottom
1
35499074/35499075
Drop down safety beam Standard/Reverse
1
35499010 / 35499021
Double button stop: Shark L / Shark XL
1
39
35499012/35499022
Top safety stop: Shark L/XL
1
40
45512174
Top safety stop Switch
1
45502146
Emergency light
1
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1.2 Part list - Shark L/XL Double door
Fig. 1
35
36
37
17, 18
38
1
16
11
28
5
12
13
2
3
4
23
20
19
27
26
14
15
7
6
24
21
25
22
8
29
30, 31
33
34
32
10
9
Installation Manual 37
1.2 Part list - Shark L/XL Double door
Pos
Part no.
Part description
Qty
6
45303105 / 45303180
Cabin, right: Shark L / Shark XL
1
7
45303106 / 45303181
Cabin, left: Shark L / Shark XL
1
8
45303111 / 45303178
Bottom: Shark L / Shark XL
1
9
45303117
Hatch (Shark)
1
10
45511002
Wire guide
4
12
45502004/45502045
Plug 690V/Plug 400V
1
13
45512004/47870006
Anchor point, yellow/Spine Anchor
1
16
45303119
Bracket for top switches
1
17
45502035
Top stop swich (S1)
1
Manual fig. 10
18
45502036
Emergency top stop switch (S13)
1
Manual fig. 10
19
45303118
Pendant control holder (Shark)
1
Manual fig. 13b
20
45502038
Emergency stop BOX
1
Manual fig. 13b
Automatic operation switch
1
21
Reference
Install. fig. 14
22
45303116
Step (Shark)
4
23
45512009
Handle for cabin, black
2
24
45303108
Front for Shark double door
1
25
45303109
Double door right
1
26
45303110
Double door left
1
27
45502033
Double door limit stop switch
1
28
45502007
Cable 1,5Q Flex yellow/green
0.55
29
79999562
Eye nut, M8, FZV
1
30
45303123
Angle for wirebush
1
31
45512006
Guide for wirebush
2
45512023
Counterweight 31 kg
45541009
Label lift EN/ES 320 kg
32
45303128
Bottom stop bar, (Shark)
1
33
45512064
Wire Ø2.3mm, coated
0.62
34
45502031
Bottom limit stop swich
1
Safety wire / Drive wire ø8
2
Guide wire Ø12mm
2
45512005
Shackle, 2 tonnes
2
Manual fig. 13
45303100
Tripod
2
Install. fig. 8a
45512060
Threaded rod, M16, FZV, L=330mm
2
Install. fig. 8a
45515001
Push spring for safety wire
1
Install. fig. 12
45512011
Counterweight 11 kg for drive wire
1
Install. fig. 12
45512001
Cable bucket
1
Rubber cable 4G1.5/5G1.5/5G2.5
1
Connector 690V/Connector 400V
1
45512003
Cable suspension
1
Install. fig 9
45512056
Snap hook, Galv. L=70mm
1
Install. fig 9
45511001
Wire fix
10
Install. fig. 14
35
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1.2 Part list - Shark L/XL Double door
Pos
36
Part no.
Part description
Qty
Reference
45512010
Bracket for wire fix 70
10
Install. fig. 14
45303101
Top stop disc
1
Manual fig. 2
45541020
Quick-guide, English
1
Manual fig. 21
45541022
Quick-guide, Spanish
1
45541031
Label lift EN/ES 240 kg
1
Manual fig. 21
45541007
Wall label UK/DE
1
Manual fig. 21
45541027
Serial number plate Shark lift
1
Manual fig. 21
Driving system X402P/L502P-BSO504E/BSO1004E
1
45303112 / 45303175
Top: Shark L / Shark XL
1
2
45303107 / 45303177
Spine: Shark L / Shark XL
2
fall arrest device BSO 504E/BSO 1004E.
3
3
4
45303121 / 45303176
Guard small for Spine: Shark L / Shark XL
4
5
45303120 / 45303179
Guard large for Spine: Shark L / Shark XL
5
Traction hoist, X402P/L502P
11
11
14
45570001
Roller 1 for spine (Shark)
14
15
45547002
Roller 2 for spine (Shark)
15
Driving system M500-OSL500
2
45303397
Spine M500 Shark L
2
1
45303398
Top M500 Shark L
1
11
45408001
M500 690V CE
11
35412013
Rollers Assy M500 Shark L
45303400
Cover spine M500 Shark L
45108043
OSL500
45303401
Bracket OSL500 Shark L
45303402
Support OSL500 Shark L
3
3
Optional
45511006
Click on wire fix
45511007
Click on wire guide
35499287
Roller wire guide
4
Manual fig. 14
45502142
Remote control transmitter
1
Manual fig. 9
45502140
Remote control receiver
1
Manual fig. 9
45502001
Safety light top
2
45502002
Safety light bottom
2
35499011
Safety bar for sliding door
1
35499010 / 35499021
Double button stop: Shark L / Shark XL
37
35499012/35499022
Top safety stop premounted
1
38
45512174
Top safety stop Switch
1
45502146
Emergency light
1
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1.3 Part list - Shark L/XL Half Roller door
Fig. 1
33
36
35
13
18
11 17
16
12
1
2
3
23
4
5
14
7
15
19
6
24
20
27
21
25
22
34
8
26
10
32
31
29,30
9
40 AVANTI Service Lift for Wind Turbines
28
1.3 Part list - Shark L/XL Half Roller door
Pos
Part no.
Part description
Qty
6
45303105 / 45303180
Cabin, right: Shark L / Shark XL
1
7
45303106 / 45303181
Cabin, left: Shark L / Shark XL
1
8
45303111 / 45303178
Bottom: Shark L / Shark XL
1
9
45303321
Hatch for half roller door
1
10
45511002
Wire guide
4
45502004/45502045
Plug 690V/Plug 400V
1
12
45303369
Top stop switch bracket
1
13
45512004/47870006
Anchor point, yellow/Spine Anchor
1
16
45303119
Bracket for top switches
1
17
45502194
Top stop swich (S1)
1
18
45502036
Emergency top stop switch (S13)
1
Manual fig. 10
19
45303118
Pendant control holder (Shark)
1
Manual fig. 13b
20
45502038
Emergency stop BOX
1
Manual fig. 13b
Automatic operation switch
1
21
22
45303116
Step (Shark)
4
23
45512009
Handle for cabin, black
2
24
35499272
Set half roller door
1
25
45303156
Front fence top
1
26
45303157
Front fence bottom
1
27
45502150
Switch for half roller door
1
28
79999562
Eye nut, M8, FZV
1
29
45303123
Angle for wirebush
1
30
45512006
Guide for wirebush
2
31
35499294/35499317
Bottom stop full cover Shark L/Shark XL
1
32
45502170
Bottom limit stop switch
1
33
Safety wire / Drive wire ø8
2
34
Guide wire Ø12mm
2
Reference
Install. fig. 14
45512023
Counterweight 31 kg
45541009
Label lift EN/ES 320 kg
45512005
Shackle, 2 tonnes
2
Manual fig. 13
45303100
Tripod
2
Install. fig. 8a
45512060
Threaded rod, M16, FZV, L=330mm
2
Install. fig. 8a
45515001
Push spring for safety wire
1
Install. fig. 12
45512011
Counterweight 11 kg for drive wire
1
Install. fig. 12
45512001
Cable bucket
1
Rubber cable 4G1.5/5G1.5/5G2.5
1
Connector 690V/Connector 400V
1
Installation Manual 41
1.3 Part list - Shark L/XL Half Roller door
Pos
Part no.
Part description
Qty
Reference
45512003
Cable suspension
1
Install. fig 9
45512056
Snap hook, Galv. L=70mm
1
Install. fig 9
45511001
Wire fix
10
Install. fig. 14
45512010
Bracket for wire fix 70
10
Install. fig. 14
45541020
Quick-guide, English
1
Manual fig. 21
45541022
Quick-guide, Spanish
1
45541031
Label lift EN/ES 240 kg
1
Manual fig. 21
45541007
Wall label UK/DE
1
Manual fig. 21
45541027
Serial number plate Shark lift
1
Manual fig. 21
Driving system X402P/L502P-BSO504E/BSO1004E
1
45303112 / 45303175
Top: Shark L / Shark XL
1
2
45303107 / 45303177
Spine: Shark L / Shark XL
2
fall arrest device BSO 504E/BSO 1004E.
3
Guard small for Spine: Shark L / Shark XL
4
3
4
45303121 / 45303176
5
45303120 / 45303179
11
Guard large for Spine: Shark L / Shark XL
5
Traction hoist, X402P/L502P
11
14
45570001
Roller 1 for spine (Shark)
14
15
45547002
Roller 2 for spine (Shark)
15
Driving system M500-OSL500
2
45303397
Spine M500 Shark L
2
1
45303398
Top M500 Shark L
1
11
45408001
M500 690V CE
11
35412013
Rollers Assy M500 Shark L
45303400
Cover spine M500 Shark L
45108043
OSL500
45303401
Bracket OSL500 Shark L
45303402
Support OSL500 Shark L
3
3
Optional
45511006
Click on wire fix
45511007
Click on wire guide
45502142
Remote control transmitter
1
Manual fig. 9
45502140
Remote control receiver
1
Manual fig. 9
45502001
Safety light top
2
45502002
Safety light bottom
2
35499011
Safety bar for sliding door
1
35499010 / 35499021
Double button stop: Shark L / Shark XL
35499287
Roller wire guide
35
35499296
Top limit stop for top floating stop Shark L/XL
1
36
35499295/35499318
Top floating stop premounted Shark L/Shark XL
1
42 AVANTI Service Lift for Wind Turbines
Manual fig. 14
1.4 Parts list - SHARK M
Fig. 1
36
27
31
26
28
3
24
20
6
23
22
25
12
25
21
1
2
13
14
35
33
15
34
29
9
8
10
7
4
17
11
5
18
16
32
30
19
Installation Manual 43
1.4 Parts list - SHARK M
Pos.
Item no.
Part description
Qty
1
45303300
Cabin right (Shark M)
1
2
45303301
Cabin left (Shark M)
1
3
45303312
Top (Shark M)
1
4
45303306
Bottom (Shark M)
1
5
45512007
Landing rubber feet
4
6
45303305
Sliding door fixture (Shark M)
1
7
45303302
Sliding door w. hinge (SharkM)
1
8
45303303
Sliding door middle (Shark M)
1
9
45303304
Sliding door extreme (Shark M)
1
10
45303314
Slide for Sliding door
4
11
45303307
Bottom door guide (Shark M)
1
12
45303308
Top door guide (Shark M)
1
13
45512008
Hinge for double door
3
14
45502037
Sliding door limit stop swich, Shark L,S19.3,3500mm
1
15
45303124
Sliding door handle,Shark L
1
16
45303310
Bottom stop (Shark M)
1
17
45303311
Bottom stop holder(Shark M)
1
18
45512006
Guide bush for pulling wire
2
19
45303057
Hatch for Shark M
1
20
45303107
Spine for Shark L
1
21
45303121
Small cover for spine, Shark L
1
22
45303120
Large cover for spine, Shark L
1
23
45512004/47870006
Anchor point, yellow/Spine Anchor
1
24
Traction hoist, X402 / M500
1
25
fall arrest device BSO504E / OSL 500
1
26
45502040
Top stop switch, Shark M,(S1)
1
27
45502041
Emergency top stop switch, Shark M,(S13)
1
28
45303119
Bracket for limit stop switch
1
29
45303005
Step for Shark L
2
30
45511003
Wire guide, low
4
44 AVANTI Service Lift for Wind Turbines
Reference
1.4 Parts list - SHARK M
Pos.
Item no.
Part description
Qty
31
45303101
Top stop disc
1
32
45502034
Bottom limit stop switch Shark L,1S2,3000mm
1
33
45502038
Emergency stop box
1
“automatic operation” switch
1
Cover for pendant control
1
Motor/safety wire Ø8mm
2
Guide wire Ø12mm,78m
2
45502004
Female connector 690V
2
45502026
Insulated terminal 1,5Q, black
1
45512001
Cable collect bin
1
Rubber cable 4G1,5 78m 3 phases + ground 690V
1
45541019
Quick guide multiple language
1
45512060
Threaded rod,M16x330mm FZV
2
45515001
Safety wire push spring
1
45303100
Tripod
2
45512005
Shackle 2T
4
45512011
Motor wire contra weight,11kg
1
45540005
CE conformaty declaration
1
45541020
Quick guide UK
1
45541022
Quick guide ES
1
45541008
Wall label UK/ES
1
45541025
Label Use Fall Protection
1
34
35
45303118
36
Reference
Optional
45511006
Click on wire fix
45511007
Click on wire guide
45502142
Remote control transmitter
1
Manual fig. 9
45502140
Remote control receiver
1
Manual fig. 9
45502001
Safety light top
2
45502002
Safety light bottom
2
35499010
Double button stop
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1.5 Parts list - SHARK M roller door
17, 18
31
16
30
29
1
13
3
4
2
14
12
15
23
20
6
22
8
18
24
21
28
25,26
20
27
10
9
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1.5 Parts list - SHARK M roller door
Pos
Part no.
Part description
Qty
1
45303326
Top Shark M roller door
1
2
45303107
Spine
1
fall arrest device BSO 504E/BSO 1004E/
OSL500. 1
1
3
4
45303121
Guard small for Spine (Shark)
1
5
45303120
Guard large for Spine (Shark)
1
6
45303331
Cabin right Shark M GE
1
7
45303332
Cabin left Shark M GE
1
8
45303327
Bottom Shark M roller door
1
9
45303325
Top hatch Shark M roller door
1
10
45511002 / 45511003
Wire guide long / Wire guide narrow
4
Traction hoist, X402P/L502P/M500 1
1
11
Reference
Install. fig. 14
12
45512188
Roller door (Shark M)
1
13
47870006
Spine Anchor
1
14
45570001
Roller 1 for spine (Shark)
2
15
45547002
Roller 2 for spine (Shark)
2
16
45303340
Top stop switch bracket roller door
1
17
45502165
Top stop switch S1
1
18
45502166
Top limit switch S13
1
Manual fig. 10
19
45303333
Door switch bottom protection
1
Manual fig. 13b
20
45512183
Landing rubber feet 70x70
1
Manual fig. 13b
21
45502162
Roller door switch
1
22
45303005
Step
4
23
45512009
Handle for cabin, black
2
24
79999562
Eye nut, M8, FZV 1
1
25
45303123
Angle for wirebush 1
1
26
45512006
Guide for wirebush 2
1
27
35499281
Bottom safety stop premounted Shark M
1
28
45502164
Bottom limit switch S2
1
29
45502163
Hatch switch
1
38
45303101
Top stop disc
Installation Manual 47
1.5 Parts list - SHARK M roller door
Pos
Part no.
Part description
Safety wire / Drive wire ø8
Guide wire Ø12mm
45512005
Shackle, 2 tonnes
45303100
Tripod
45512060
Threaded rod, M16, FZV, L=330mm
45515001
Push spring for safety wire
45512011
Contra weight 11 kg for drive wire
45512001
Cable bucket
Rubber cable 4G1.5 /5G1.5
Connector 690V/Connector 400V
45512003
Cable suspension
45512056
Snap hook, Galv. L=70mm
45511001
Wire fix
45541020
Quick-guide, English
45541022
Quick-guide, Spanish
45541031
Label lift EN
45541007
Wall label UK/DE
45541025
Warning sign - hook on to anchor point
45541027
Serial number plate Shark lift
Optional
45511006
Click on wire fix
45511007
Click on wire guide
45502142
Remote control transmitter
45502140
Remote control receiver
45502001
Safety light top
45502002
Safety light bottom
45502146
Lift emergency light
30
35499280
Top safety stop premoun. Shark M
31
35499285
Top stop end Shark M
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Qty
Reference
Installation Manual 49
2. Fitting the wires
2.1 Tower top
Wire lengths depend on the tower height and
should be specified when ordering. The coils are
marked with their length; check for accuracy prior
to mounting. Do not pull wire over any edges.
Uncoil correctly (Fig. 5a).
!
Warning!
Do not pull wire over edges.
Important!
Place all wire coils on the top platform
when tower is raised or use the tower
mounting crane to place the wires on
the top platform before nacelle is
mounted. (It may also be possible to
use the internal tower crane to hoist
wires).
1)Mount the Ø12 mm guide wire and the Ø8 mm
drive and safety wires using the shackles
supplied for the suspension beam at the top of
the tower, with the guide wire outermost on
either side.
2) Fit the nuts and bolts. Lock with cotters.
3)Fit the top stop disc on the suspension wire
leaving at least 200mm between disc and
shackle (See Fig. 5).
4)Feed all wires to the bottom of the tower (See
Fig. 5).
Fig. 5
Shackle, 2t
Safety wire Ø8 (fall arrest device)
Drive wire Ø8 (traction hoist)
Shackle, 2t
Top stop disc
Guide wire
Ø12mm
Fig. 5a
IMPORTANT!
All wires are evenly
uncoiled as shown in Fig.
5a to prevent looping.
50 AVANTI Service Lift for Wind Turbines
2.2 Wire positioning measurements
Holes in the base platform in the tower for wire
bushing are positioned as outlined below.
Fig. 6
Minimum shaft clearance dimensions required for the service lift to
run, and distance between the
guide wires.
Traction Wire
Safety Wire
Guiding Wire
Guiding Wire
Power Cable
Minimun safety
gap “S” all
around the
service lift:
50 mm
Dimensions:
Shark
A
B1)
C
D
E
S
M
250
395/330
600
600
220
50
L
250
575/510
960
600
220
50
XL
350
575/510
960
800
320
50
The holes are positioned with a tolerance of
+/-5 mm. Holes with diameter Ø200 mm are fitted
with rubber edging.
!
Warning!
Ensure that no obstacles are in the way
of the service lift.
STOP
DANGER!
Ensure that lift evacuation to the tower
ladder is possible.
Installation Manual 51
2.3 Securing the guide wire - ground level
IMPORTANT:
Before feeding the guide wires through
the platform, fit the correct number of
wire fixes on the wire and feed through
the wire guides. The wire fixes are fitted
during the first run.
Fig. 7 Wire fix
Feed the guide wire through the 2 Ø60mm holes in
the platform. Underneath the platform the guide
wires are fastened and tightened using one of the
following three methods.
2.3.1 Method 1: Wedge anchor
Mount wire as shown in Fig. 8 following procedure
below.
1)Drill 2 Ø16x75mm holes in the floor underneath
the 2 Ø60mm holes in the platform.
2)Fasten the wedge anchors in the holes and
mount an M16 lifting eyebolt.
3)After loosening the rigging screw as much as
possible, fasten the rigging screw to the
eyebolt in one end and the wire using wire grips
in the other.
4)Tighten the wire as described in section 2.3.4.
5)Excess wire is coiled and hung by means of
wire strips. Use at least 3 strips.
6) Mount the second wire.
52 AVANTI Service Lift for Wind Turbines
Fig. 8 Method 1: Wedge anchor
Coiled guide wire
Guide wire
Wire grips
Thimble
Rigging screw
Lifting eye bolt
Wedge anchor
2.3.2 Method 2: Tripod
Pull the guide wire through the platform and fasten
with the tripod (See Fig. 8a.)
1)After feeding the guide wire through the
platform continue feeding the wire through the
tripod and the Ø16 mm x 1.5 mm aluminium
tube.
2)Lock the aluminium tube, the wire, and the
treated rod using a wire locking device. Make
sure the tube is placed so no contact is made
between the wire and treated rod. (See Fig 8a).
3)Tighten the bolts to 75 Nm
4) Mount the second wire.
!
!
ATTENTION!
Check the distance between the wires so
that the wire fix and wires are in the centre
of the wire guides (See Fig. 6 section 2.2).
ATTENTION!
Tighten the wire locking device after the
first run.
2.3.4 T
ensioning the guide wires
Ø12 mm
Tighten the wires by hand and mark with a
water-resistant marker. Measure the distance to
the floor.
• For 60 m long wires, stretch the wire 40 mm.
• For 80 m long wires, stretch the wire 50 mm.
• For 100 m long wires, stretch the wire 60 mm.
For each additional 20 m, stretch the wire by a
further 10 mm.
After some time it may be necessary to stretch 60
m wire by another 5mm and longer wire by a
further 7-10 mm (all wires stretches after some
time).
!
ATTENTION!
This will tighten the wires to approximately
2000-4000 N.
2.4 Electrical connections
Connections
Fig. 8a Method 2: Tripod
2.4.1 Power supply
DANGER!
The electrical connection of the traction hoist must
be made in accordance with EN 60204-1.
The power supply must be protected by a fuse
and an earth leak circuit breaker (30mA).
Disconnect the main power supply before handling power units.
2.3.3 Method 3: Steel beam
There may be a steel beam beneath the platform
intended for lift mounting. If so, use rigging screws
as described in method 2.3.1 for mounting the
guide wire to the steel beam.
Verify that the rated grid and motor voltages are
identical.
The three-phase motor is normally supplied in a
star connection configuration:
400 V,
690 V,
3 phases + t 0 + gnd. I = 3.5 A
3 phases + gnd.
I = 2.0 A
1.5 kW
1.5 kW
Control voltage: 230 V / 240 V
Necessary equipment to comply with EN60204-1
can be supplied by Avanti as an option.
Installation Manual 53
2.4.2 Supply cable
a)The length of the cable depends on the height
of the tower and the positioning of the power
outlet. The cable length is determined prior to
ordering. The power cable is marked with its
length; check for accuracy before installing.
b) Minimum cross-sectional dimension of the
supply cable. Important with increased distance
between grid connection, generator, and
traction hoist, respectively:
Table 3
and Fig. 10a) clockwise to deactivate.
i)The power is turned on and the green indicator
on the electrical control box lit. In order for the
service lift to be operational the door must be
locked and the HAND/AUTOM switch must be
in HAND mode.
The wiring diagram is found in the electrical control
box.
Fig. 9c
Cable collect bin
For cable lengths up to...
190 m
1 hoist
1.5
Cable-cross sectional dimension [mm2]
c)Use heavy rubber cable ducts for fastening live
wire to service lift.
d)An installed generator will have to provide at
least 2.5 times the output of the traction hoist.
Fig. 9
Cable
suspension
Fig. 9b
Power cabinet
Tirak M500
2.4.3 P
ower connection
a)Push the EMERGENCY STOP button
b)Check that the various stop switch cables and
fall arrest device cable are connected to the
power cabinet according to colour code.
c)Place or hang the cable collect bin underneath
the Ø200 mm hole in the platform.
d)If possible hang the bucket in the full length of
the webbing. Keep the webbing as long as
possible (Fig. 9c).
e)Cut the transport strips and tape which hold
the wire inside the bin and connect the cable
suspension (Fig. 9) to the eyebolt underneath
the service lift floor.
f)Connect the socket to the lift plug on the back
of the lift.
g)Connect the power cable plug to the grid: 400V
/ 3Ph + 0 + gnd. / 50 Hz
680V / 3Ph + gnd. / 50 Hz Pre-fuse: 16 A.
h)Turn the EMERGENCY STOP button (Fig. 10
54 AVANTI Service Lift for Wind Turbines
Fig. 10
Fig. 10a
EMERGENCY
STOP
UP
DOWN
Important:
If the traction hoist does not start, two
phases in the supply connection might
have been switched around the phase
protection relay. Remedy: Have an electrician check the phase lay.
2.5 Installation of drive and safety wire in lift
CAUTION!
Wear protective gloves
when handling wires.
Fig. 12 Back side
Drive wire
Safety wire
2.5.1 Drive wire installation
a) Remove protection guard above rollers
b)Feed the wire through the roof into the traction
hoist’s wire inlet opening. (Right side seen from
front of lift).
c)Push the UP button on the pendant control
and feed wire through until the traction hoist
starts pulling. Ensure that the wire can exit
without obstruction!
d)Continue feeding the wire underneath (round)
the front guide wheel, over the back guide
wheel, and through the back panel.
e)Let the lift wire pass through until it is slightly
tightened.
f) Replace roller protection guard.
g)Feed wire through platform floor.
2.5.2 Safety wire installation
a)Remove protection guard above rollers.
b)Open the fall arrest device by pushing down
the lever until it engages/clicks (Fig. 16 Appendix A). Feed the safety wire through the roof
hole above the fall arrest device and continue
by feeding through the fall arrest device.
c)Like the lifting wire, continue feeding the wire
underneath (round) the front guide wheel, over
the back guide wheel, and through the back
panel.
d)On the back of the lift pull the safety wire to
tighten it.
e) Replace roller protection guard.
f)Feed wire through platform floor.
Ensure that the
wires can exit freely!
Fig. 11
BSO
M500
Drive wire contra
weight
Safety wire push
spring
ON/Locked
OFF/Open
Installation Manual 55
2.6 Securing the drive and safety wire
IMPORTANT!
Before fastening the safety wire carry out
the fall arrest device test (See Installation
Manual section).
The drive wire is fastened as described in point
2.6.1 below and the safety wire is fastened in one
of three ways described in point 2.6.2, 2.6.3 and
2.6.4.
2.6.1 Drive wire contra weight
An 11 kg weight is mounted approximately 300mm
below the floor on the drive wire. Excess wire is
coiled with at least 3 strips (See Fig. 13).
Fig. 13 Drive wire contra weight
CAUTION!
DO NOT fix the traction wire below
the bottom platform.
The traction wire MUST be hanging
freely so it can rotate.
2.6.2 Safety wire method 1:
Wedge anchor with spring
As in point 2.3.1 above the wire is fastened
using a rigging screw with spring (See Fig. 13a).
Mounting the safety wire without the spring will
cause the fall arrest device to block frequently.
Excess wire is coiled with at least 3 strips.
• A
t a wire length of 60 m, tighten the rigging
screw so the wire stretches 9 mm.
• At a wire length of 100 m, tighten the rigging
screw so the wire stretches 15 mm.
This will tighten the wire to approximately
400-500 N (40-50 kg).
Fig. 13a S
afety wire method 1:
Wedge anchor with spring.
Left wire on lift viewed from the front
Safety wire
Wire lock,
2 pieces
Thimble
Spring
Rigging screw
fork/fork
Eye bolt
Wall anchor
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2.6.3 S
afety wire method 2:
Push spring
Underneath the platform the wire is fed through
the two holes at each end of the push spring. The
wire is then tightened as much as possible before
being fastened with the wire locking device. If prior
to mounting the spring was held tight by strips, cut
them loose. If properly tightened, this will stretch
the spring by approximately 15 mm (See Fig. 13b).
Fig. 13b Safety
wire method 2:
Push spring
2.6.4 Safety wire method 3:
Steel beam with spring
There may be a steel beam beneath the platform
intended for lift mounting. If so, use wire screws as
described in method 2.6.2 for mounting the safety
wire to the steel beam.
Installation Manual 57
2.7 Wire fix alignment
Having mounted the service lift, the wires, and the
power, the wire fix fittings are adjusted during the
initial ascent.
By means of the oblong holes in the wire fix
fittings, adjust the fittings so that the two parts
pass each other easily, when the lift passes.
a) Perform the tests prescribed in section 5 of the
User’s Manual.
b) Install wires as shown in Fig. 14.
Clic-on wire guide
Clic-on wire fix
Fig. 14
Wire guide
Standard wire guide
Narrow wire guide
Wire fix
Bracket
platform
(optional)
Roller wire guide
CAUTION!
Wire fixe must be mounted on
guide wires on all platforms with
max. 30 m between each wire fix.
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!
ATTENTION!
During the first run make sure the
power cable untwists evenly.
ATTENTION!
If tripods are used for guide wire
fixing tighten the wire locking device
after the first run.
2.8 Adjustment of the safe-zone plates 2.9 Adjustment of top stop disc
(Full open door lifts)
The service lift door should be able to be opened
whenever the cabin is in alignment with the
platform (tolerance ± 100 mm).
The safe-zone plate is adjusted in relation to the
platform position switch fixed on the cabin (see
Fig. 15).
The top stop disc is adjusted so the top limit stop
switch stops the lift in alignment with the top
landing platform, however at least 200 mm before
contact with the wire thimble.
The emergency limit stop switch is a backup. It is
adjusted so it stops the lift in case the operation
limit stop switch fails.
Fig. 15
The emergency limit stop shuts off the control, just
like an emergency stop. If the emergency limit stop
is activated, lowering can only be done manually
as described in the User’s Manual. Manual
lowering will activate the lift again.
3. Danger zone! sticker
Mount the “Danger Zone” sticker in the tower
behind the lift and the yellow marking ribbon on
the floor. Make sure the wall and platform are
clean and dry before attaching the sticker and
ribbon.
STOP
DANGER!
The service lift is now ready for use.
Make sure that nobody is exposed to danger
below the service lift, for instance from falling
parts.
Suitable measures: Pent roof or barriers.
Prior to use, however, carry
out the inspection specified
in Installation Guide section 5!
4. Disassembling
Disassemble in reverse order and dispose of in
accordance with local authority regulations.
Installation Manual 59
5. Inspection before initial use
An officially recognised expert must:
a)Inspect the lift as specified in section 12.1 of
the User’s Manual.
b)Carry out a test run with the maximum rated
load.
c)Overload test: The test load depends on the lift
motor. Load the cabin as follows:
Motor L402P: load kg 320 (125% of lifting
capacity + weight of power cable). Motor
L502P: load kg 420. When an attempt is made
to start the lift, the platform should stop, and
the buzzer in the connection cabinet should
sound.
– If not, see Appendix A: “Adjusting instructions
for overload limiter” .
d)The guide, drive and safety wires as well as the
top and bottom wire fastenings must be tested
at full length as part of the initial test run.
e)Testing of the fall arrest device:
Important!
Before testing, the tightening spring
beneath the access platform must be
removed. Remember to secure it again
after testing!
STOP
Fig. 15
BSO
OSL500
DANGER!
If the fall arrest device is engaged, it
must not be possible to pull the
safety wire upwards!
1) Engage the fall arrest device by pressing the
stop button – the handle should jump to the
“ON” position (Fig. 15).
Should it nevertheless be possible to pull the
safety wire upwards, the fall arrest device
must be replaced and sent to the supplier
for testing.
2) Reopen the fall arrest device by pressing
down on the lever. On top of the lift, pull up
the safety wire with a quick jerk – the fall
arrest device should now engage automatically; if it does not, replace it and return to
the supplier for testing.
f)If guide wires are mounted using the tripod,
tighten the tripod wire locking device.
Safety wire
ON
OFF
Emergency
Stop
Window
Fall arrest
device
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The results from this test must be
recorded in writing and saved for
later reference (Appendix B).
Appendix A:
Regulation of overload limiter
CAUTION!
Avoid injuriy by strictly following the
instructions!
a)Verification and/or adjustment of the overload
device on the service lift can only be done by a
qualified person, who must have been instructed by AVANTI to perform this task.
b)Verification and/or adjustment must be performed under the supervision of the site
foreman or another person authorised by the
manufacturer.
c)One copy of this instruction must be provided
to the personnel and always be available.
d)Alterations/modifications of the service lift
other than those necessary for adjusting the
overload device are not allowed, unless the
manufacturer has agreed in writing.
e)AVANTI assumes no liability for damage due to
retrofitting/alterations to equipment or where
non-original spare parts are used, which have
not been approved by the company in writing,
especially the prescribed traction hoist wire
rope.
f)The manufacturer of the service lift assumes no
liability for damage due to retrofitting or
alterations to equipment or where non-original
spare parts are used, which have not been
approved by the company in writing. In the
event of violation, the CE certification approval
becomes invalid.
g)The result of the verification/adjustment of the
overload device must be written down in the
“Test report of annual inspection” and signed
by the supervisor. If only adjusting takes place
(no annual inspection) simply fill in point 6.9
and sign.
1 Purpose of this instruction
It is possible that the overload limited inside the
traction hoist of the service lift stops upwards
travel even through the service lift is not overloaded.
Where other causes can be excluded by following
the instructions of section 2.2, the overload limiter
must be adjusted according to section 3.2.
2 Adjusting instruction
2.1 Preparation
Required tools/material:
- Allen keys, size 2 and 4 1) - X402P & L502
- Security TX40 - M500
- Ballast for applying the test load;
Note! Before driving to the service lift
make sure that the service lift can be loaded
with the permissible test load, i.e. “safe
working load” + weight of power cable +
25%.
IMPORTANT!
Before leaving for the tower make sure you bring
the required test load of 300-400kg.
We recommend:
-w
eighing personnel who may climb into the
lift during the test procedure,
and
- bringing adequate weighed ballast (sandbags or similar).
2.2 Exclusion of other causes
Before modifying the overload limiter settings
check if the upwards travel stopping is
caused by other reasons:
a)If the cage is guided by wire ropes or ladder:
Check for obstructions on the guiding
device(s) and remove them.
b)Check that the wire rope moves freely at
the diverter or similar:
- Is the rope blocked/pinched at any point?
- Do the pulleys freely rotate? (Check with the
service lift set to ground with no load on the
ropes, or by a person from outside the cage,
when going up and down.)
c)When starting, does the primary brake
open? You can hear the “click” sound or feel a
mechanical shock when putting your hand on
the motor fan cover.
In the cases b) or c) have the problem corrected/repaired by a qualified person.
1) With older hoists you may need an allen key size 6.
Appendix A 61
Fig. 16
8
4
6
3
7
2
5
1
3 Overload limiter
a) Place the service lift on the lowest travel point
b) Apply the Setup load + 20 Kg from the table depending on the tower height.
c) Push the UP button. If the lift can go up modify the adjustment of the overload system until it is no longer possible to go UP following the procedure below:
1. Loosen the set screw (7) in the casing cover with an Allen key (size 2)
2. Remove the cap (8). Place an Allen key (size 41, 150 mm long) into the adjusting screw (6)
3. Turn the adjusting screw (6) clockwise, until the test load can be lifted.
4.Gradually reduce the trigger point of the limit switch (4) by means of the adjusting screw (6), until the test load can no longer be lifted: 1) Turn the adjusting screw by 1/4 turn anticlock
wise to reduce the trigger point; 2) Press the UP-button
d) Apply Setup load. Push the UP button and verify the lift can go up. If not, return to b) until the lift is able to go UP with Setup load but is not able to go UP with Setup load + 20 Kg
e) Apply Lift WLL and verify that it can perform the travel to the top without triggering the overload limit. If it is not possible verify loads used and return to b), otherwise continue with f)
f) Go back to the lowest point and apply
Overload test load.
g) Press the UP button and verify the overload is triggered. If it is not triggered verify test loads and return to b), otherwise continue with h)
h) Tighten the set screw (7).
i) Remove the tools.
j) Insert the cap (8) into the casing hole.
k) Fill in the “Annual inspection test report” check point 6.9 and sign.
62 Appendix A
OVERLOAD TABLE
LOAD CAPACITY = 240 Kg
LIFT WLL
240
Kg
CABIN WEIGHT
110
Kg
CABLE AND WIRE
0,45
Kg/m
400
Kg
ROPE
HOIST WLL
WTG HEIGHT (m)
SETUP LOAD (KG)
OVERLOAD TEST
LOAD (KG)
67
290
370
78
295
370
100
305
370
LOAD CAPACITY = 320 Kg
LIFT WLL
320
Kg
CABIN WEIGHT
120
Kg
CABLE AND WIRE
0,51
Kg/m
500
Kg
ROPE
HOIST WLL
WTG HEIGHT (m)
SETUP LOAD (KG)
OVERLOAD TEST
LOAD (KG)
67
374
485
78
380
485
100
391
485
SETUP LOAD = WLL Lift + WTG height x Wire rope linear weight
+ Tolerance Overload device < 1,25 x (WLL Hoist - CABIN WEIGHT)
OVERLOAD TEST LOAD1 = WLL Hoist x 1,25 - CABIN WEIGHT
- TOLERANCE OVERLOAD device
NOTE 1: Acc. To EN1808 8.3.5.5
Tolerance overload device = 20 Kg
Appendix B:
Safety measures when using AVANTI SHARK lifts
General: The Service Lift/Work Cage is only to be used by
personnel who has received instructions in operating the Lift/
Cage in all predictable situations. These instructions can only
be given by a person with the proper knowledge e.g Avanti
Trainer or Trainer approved by Avanti.
The following precautions and procedures are to be followed
during operation of, and if the Lift/Cage stops and the manual
emergency descend cannot be performed.
Operating the Lift/Cage: Anyone going in the Lift/Cage
must at all times wear PPE (safety helmet, full body harness,
shock absorber, lanyard and fall protection system on the
ladder)
EVACUATION of personnel from the Lift/Cage is only necessary in very extreme situations. If necessary Avanti
recommends the following procedures:
1. User(s) attaches shock absorber to the yellow anchor
point(s) inside the cabin and open the door.
(See Fig.1)
4.User(s) climbs to the other side of the ladder with proper
safety technique and attaches runner/slider to the present fall
protection system on the ladder. ( See Fig.4)
2. User(s) climbs on the ladder and establishes suitable
safety with the shock absorber in the ladder area.(See Fig.2)
5. User(s) can now climb safely up or down the ladder (See
Fig.5)
3. After safe anchoring in the ladder area, user(s) releases his
anchor in the Cabin/Cage. (See Fig.3)
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
RESCUE of personnel from the Lift/Cage is only necessary in very extreme situations. If necessary Avanti
recommends the following procedures:
1. User is on the work side of the ladder with attached
runner/slider to the present fall protections system on the
ladder at the same level as the Service lift/Work Cage.
2. User attaches suitable safety with one of the shock
absorber hook in the ladder area. After safe anchoring
to the ladder area, the runner is released from the Safety
Rail. ( See Fig 1)
3. User climbs to the other side of the ladder using the
proper safety technique, opens the door ( See Fig 2-3) and
attaches the other shock absorber hook to the yellow point
inside the Lift/Cage. (See Fig 4)
4. Check that the person to rescue is conscious or
unconscious. (See Fig 5)
5. User transfers to the Lift/Cage with proper safety
technique. When user is safe inside the cabin release his
anchor from Safety ladder. ( See Fig 6)
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
The way to proceed and what to do in case of evacuation or rescue are unique and here described in general
terms so do not depend on the type of Shark that you have as it does not depend on the type of door.
Consequently, we have chosen the most representative photos of the model as an example
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Morningside 4170 · Queensland
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China
Avanti Wind Systems
Building 4, No, 518,
Gangde Road, XiaokunshanTown
Songjiang District, 201614 Shanghai
P: +86 21 5785 8811 · F: +86 21 5785 8815
Denmark
Avanti Wind Systems A/S
Høgevej 17-19 · 3400 Hillerød · Denmark
P: +45 4824 9024 · F: +45 4824 9124
Germany
Avanti Wind Systems GmbH
Max-Planck-Str. 10 25335 Elmshorn
P: +49 (0) 41 21-7 88 85 – 0 · F: +49 (0) 41 21- 7 88 85-20
Spain
Avanti Wind Systems SL · Poligono Industrial Centrovia
Calle Los Angeles No 88 nave 1 · 50198 La Muela
P: +34 976 149524 · F: +34 976 149508
45540024 – Shark Lift manual, CE - EN
10th CE Edition: October 2011
Revision 2: 28/6/12
UK
Avanti Wind Systems Limited
Caldershaw Business Centre · Unit 29
Ings Lane · Rochdale · OL12 7LQ
P: +44 0 1706 356 442
USA
Avanti Wind Systems, Inc.
5150 S. Towne Drive · New Berlin · Wisconsin 53151
P: +1 (262) 641-9101 · F: +1 (262) 641-9161
India
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Indus Valley’s Logistic Park · Unit 3 · Warehouse No. G-2
Ground Floor · Vellala Street · Mel Aiyanambakkam
Chennai 600095 · Tamil Nadu
P: +91 44 6455 5911
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