Product Manual
BY EMB
MFG INC.
EMB Manufacturing Inc.
4144 Boomer Line · St. Clements, On · N0B 2M0 · Canada
Ph: (519) 699-9283 · Fax: (519) 699-4146
www.embmfg.com
BXC32
BXC32 & BXC32H
Cart Chipper
OPERATOR'S MANUAL
Before putting the Cart Chipper into service:
Do not attempt to start or operate the Wood Processor without
recieving full safety training and instruction in its features, operation
and maintenance. See page 4 for Pre-Delivery Procedure.
Keep this manual with the
Cart Chipper at all times
PRINTED IN CANADA
REV 031014
PART NUMBER: Z97084
TABLE OF CONTENTS
DELIVERY INSPECTION REPORT�������������������������������4
LABELLING INFORMATION�����������������������������������������5
SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION��������������������������������������5
1INTRODUCTION�����������������������������������������������6
2SAFETY������������������������������������������������������������7
2.1
SAFETY DO'S & DON'TS������������������������������8
2.2
EQUIPMENT SAFETY GUIDELINES������������9
2.3
SAFETY TRAINING�������������������������������������10
2.4
STORAGE SAFETY������������������������������������10
2.5
TRANSPORT SAFETY��������������������������������10
2.6PREPARATION�������������������������������������������� 11
2.7
MAINTENANCE SAFETY���������������������������� 11
2.8
OPERATING SAFETY�����������������������������������������12
2.9
GAS MOTOR SAFETY��������������������������������13
2.10 SIGN-OFF FORM����������������������������������������14
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SAFETY SIGNS����������������������������������������������15
3.1
HOW TO INSTALL SAFETY SIGNS:�����������15
3.2
SAFETY SIGN EXPLANATIONS:����������������15
3.3
SAFETY SIGN LOCATIONS������������������������16
4OPERATION���������������������������������������������������17
4.1
TO THE NEW OPERATOR OR OWNER����17
4.1.1IMPORTANT �����������������������������������������������17
4.2
MACHINE COMPONENTS��������������������������18
4.3
MACHINE BREAK-IN����������������������������������19
4.4
PRE-OPERATION CHECKLIST������������������19
4.5CONTROLS�������������������������������������������������20
4.5.1 ENGINE BXC32:������������������������������������������20
4.5.2 ENGINE BXC32H:���������������������������������������21
4.5.3 HOOD DEFLECTOR:����������������������������������22
4.5.4 HITCH / HANDLE STAND:��������������������������22
4.5.5 ADJUSTABLE HANDLE:�����������������������������22
4.5.6 FEED CHUTE GRAB HANDLES:����������������22
4.5.7 DRIVE ENGAGE HANDLE:�������������������������23
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4.6
MACHINE SET-UP����������������������������������������� 23
4.7
FIELD OPERATION���������������������������������������� 24
4.7.1.PREPARE������������������������������������������������������� 24
4.7.2. STARTING PROCEDURE������������������������������ 25
4.7.3. STOPPING PROCEDURE����������������������������� 25
4.7.4 EMERGENCY STOPPING:���������������������������� 25
4.7.5 CHIPPING OPERATION��������������������������������� 26
4.7.6 OPERATING HINTS:�������������������������������������� 26
4.7.7UNPLUGGING:����������������������������������������������� 27
4.7.8 SEVERE PLUG:���������������������������������������������� 27
5STORAGE��������������������������������������������������������� 28
5.1 PLACING IN STORAGE��������������������������������������� 28
5.2 REMOVING FROM STORAGE���������������������������� 28
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SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE����������������������� 29
6.1SERVICE�������������������������������������������������������� 29
6.1.1 FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS��������������������������� 29
6.1.2GREASING����������������������������������������������������� 29
6.1.3 SERVICING INTERVALS�������������������������������� 29
6.1.4 SERVICE ILLUSTRATION������������������������������ 30
6.1.5 SERVICE RECORD���������������������������������������� 31
6.2MAINTENANCE���������������������������������������������� 32
6.2.1 DRIVE BELT �������������������������������������������������� 32
6.2.2 TWIG BREAKER:������������������������������������������� 33
6.2.3 ROTOR BLADES:������������������������������������������� 34
6.2.4 LEDGER BLADES:����������������������������������������� 35
7
TROUBLE SHOOTING�������������������������������������� 36
8SPECIFICATIONS��������������������������������������������� 37
8.1MECHANICAL������������������������������������������������ 37
8.2
BOLT TORQUE����������������������������������������������� 38
9ACCESSORIES������������������������������������������������� 39
#1012L269 LEDGER CLEARANCE
SETTING GAUGE������������������������������������������������������ 39
#Z99006 MULCH COLLECTOR BAG������������������������ 39
WARRANTY
Effective on products retailed on or after January 1, 2015.
Register your product online at www.embmfg.com
within 30 days of purchase to activate warranty.
This product is warranted to be free of defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service, for a period of
Five (5) Years for Consumer
Two (2) Year for Commercial/Rental
from the date of purchase, when operated and maintained in accordance with the Operating and Maintenance Instructions
supplied with this unit. Warranty is limited to the repair of the product and/or replacement of parts.
This warranty does not cover the following items:
1) Machines or parts lost or damaged during shipment,
2) Normal maintenance or adjustments after initial pre-service and set up is completed
3) Normal replacement of service items.
4) Accessory items / parts not supplied by EMB MFG INC.
5) Damages resulting from:
• misuse, negligence, accident, theft or fire
•
•
•
use of improper or insufficient fuel, fluids or lubricants
use of parts or after market accessories other than genuine EMB MFG INC. parts
modifications, alteration, tampering or improper repair performed by parties other than an authorized dealer
•
any device or accessories installed by parties other than an authorized EMB dealer or distributor
Engines are covered by the manufacturer of the engine and covered by the warranty period specified by that manufacturer.
Engine warranty must be registered at the engine manufactures website. For service contact your local engine dealer.
Under no circumstances will the manufacturer be liable for any consequential damage or expense of any kind, including loss
of profits. The manufacturer is under no circumstances liable for tow vehicle of any kind. The manufacturer is not liable for
the maintenance of the product.
This warranty is extended only to the original purchaser and is not transferable. Warranty is void if repairs are attempted by
anyone other than a Wallenstein Authorized Service Centre.
If a difficulty develops with the product, contact the local dealer from which you purchased the unit. Only Wallenstein authorized dealers are authorized to make repairs to the product or affect the replacement of defective parts, which will be done at
no charge within a reasonable time after the receipt of the product. Unit or parts shall be returned at the customer’s expense
to the Authorized Service Centre. Damage in transit is not covered by warranty. Include the original purchase receipt with
any claim (keep a copy of the receipt for your files).
The distributor’s liability under warranty is limited to the repair of the product and/or replacement of parts and is given to the
purchaser in lieu of all other remedies including incidental and consequential charges. There are no warranties, expressed
or implied, other than those specified herein.
EMB MFG Inc
4144 Boomer Line, St Clements, ON N0B 2M0 Canada
Phone: 519-699-9283 Fax: 519-699-4146 : attention to Warranty Dept
Email: warranty@embmfg.com
rev.230115
WARRANTY IS VOID IF NOT REGISTERED
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WALLENSTEIN
BXC32 & BXC32H CART CHIPPER
DELIVERY INSPECTION REPORT
To activate warranty, register your product online at
www.embmfg.com
This form must be filled out by the dealer and signed by both the dealer and the customer at the time of delivery.
_________________________________________
Customer’s Name
_________________________________________
Contact Name
_________________________________________
Dealer Name
(_________)_______________________________
Phone Number
_________________________________________
Serial Number
__________ /__________ /__________
Delivery Date
I have thoroughly instructed the buyer on the equipment care, adjustments, safe operation and applicable warranty policy and reviewed the manuals.
_________________________________________
Dealer’s Rep. Signature
__________ /__________ /__________
Delivery Date
The product manuals have been received by me and
I have been thoroughly instructed as to care, adjustments, safe operation and applicable warranty policy.
_________________________________________
Owner's Signature
__________ /__________ /__________
Delivery Date
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Pre-Delivery Inspection
Inspect for damage from shipping, immediately contact
the shipping company if damage is found.
BXC32 Cart Chipper
Check Blade Clearance
Rotor Turns Freely
Belt Tension Checked
Pulleys Aligned
Fasteners Tight
Grease Zerks / Lubricate Pivot Points
Check Wheel Nuts
Check Cutting Blades (Rotor & Ledger)
Check Safety Flap Moves Freely
Check Belt Tensioner Arm Engages
Check Engine Fluid Levels
Review Operating and Safety Instructions
Safety Checks
All Safety Decals Installed
Guards and Shields Installed and Secured
Lock Pin on Hitch Tongue
Review Operating and Safety Instructions
SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
Always give your dealer the serial number of your Wallenstein BXC Cart Chipper when ordering parts or
requesting service or other information.
The serial number plates are located where indicated. Please mark the numbers in the spaces provided
for easy reference.
Serial Label
BXC32
SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
Model Number _____________________________________________________
Chipper Serial Number ______________________________________________
LABELLING INFORMATION
As you begin to get familiar with your Wallenstein product, you will notice that there are numerous labels located on
the machine. Here is a brief explanation of what they are for and how to read them.
There are three different types of labelling: safety, informative and product labels.
Safety Labels are pictorial and always with a yellow background colour and
generally 2 panel. The top panel shows the safety alert (the potential hazard)
and the bottom panel shows the message (how to avoid the hazard).
Safety Notice Labels are pictorial and always with a blue background colour
and generally rectangular with single or multiple symbols. The label illustrates
requirements for safe operation (safety equipment, housekeeping etc) These
labels are accompanied by detailed instructions in the owners manual, with
the label illustrated along side.
safety alert
message
safety label
Informative Labels are generally pictorial, have a white background colour and can vary to the number of panels.
The label will illustrate the function of a feature and is accompanied by detailed instructions in the owners manual,
with the label illustrated along side.
Product Labels are associated with the product and carry various messages. (model, serial, etc)
Maintenance Labels are associated with the product and carry various messages. They are generally pictorial,
they may be round or rectangular, have a green background colour and can vary to the number of panels. The
label may illustrate the type maintenance and frequency in time between services. Labels are accompanied by
detailed instructions in the owners manual, with the label illustrated along side.
See the section on safety signs for safety label definitions. For a complete illustration of labels and label locations,
download the parts manual for your model product at www.embmfg.com.
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1INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your choice of a Wallenstein BXC Cart Chipper. This equipment has been designed
and manufactured to meet the needs of a discerning consumer.
Safe, efficient and trouble free operation of your Wallenstein Cart Chipper requires that you and anyone
else who will be using or maintaining the chipper, read and understand the Safety, Operation, Maintenance and Trouble Shooting information contained within the Operator's Manual.
Model:
BXC32
This manual covers the Wallenstein Cart Chipper Model BXC32 & BXC32H. Most illustrations feature the
BXC32, but operation for both models is the same unless otherwise stated.
Use the Table of Contents or Index as a guide to locate required information.
Keep this manual handy for frequent reference and to pass on to new operators or owners. Call your
Wallenstein dealer or the Distributor if you need assistance, information or additional copies of the manuals.
OPERATOR ORIENTATION - The directions left, right, front and rear, as mentioned throughout this
manual, are determined when sitting in the tractor driver's seat and facing in the direction of travel.
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2SAFETY
SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL
This Safety Alert symbol means
ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT!
YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
The Safety Alert symbol identifies
important safety messages on the
Wallenstein 3 Point Hitch Wood
Chipper and in the manual. When
you see this symbol, be alert to
the possibility of personal injury or
death. Follow the instructions in the
safety message.
Why is SAFETY important to you?
3 Big Reasons
SIGNAL WORDS:
Note the use of the signal words DANGER,
WARNING and CAUTION with the safety
messages. The appropriate signal word for
each message has been selected using the
following guide-lines:
Accidents Disable and Kill
Accidents Cost
Accidents Can Be Avoided
DANGER - Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation that, if not avoided, will
result in death or serious injury. This
signal word is to be limited to the
most extreme situations typically for
machine components which, for functional purposes, cannot be guarded.
WARNING - Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation that, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury, and
includes hazards that are exposed
when guards are removed. It may
also be used to alert against unsafe
practices.
CAUTION - Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation that, if not avoided, may
result in minor or moderate injury. It
may also be used to alert against
unsafe practices.
If you have any questions not answered in this manual or require additional copies or the manual is damaged, please contact your dealer or Wallenstein, 4144 Boomer Line, St. Clements, ON, N0B 2M0. Phone
(519) 699-9283 or Fax (519) 699-4146.
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SAFETY
YOU are responsible for the SAFE operation and maintenance of your Wallenstein BXC Cart Chipper.
YOU must ensure that you and anyone else who is going to use, maintain or work around the Cart Chipper be familiar with the using and maintenance procedures and related SAFETY information contained in
this manual. This manual will take you step-by-step through your working day and alerts you to all good
safety practices that should be used while using the Cart Chipper.
Remember, YOU are the key to safety. Good safety practices not only protect you but also the people
around you. Make these practices a working part of your safety program. Be certain that EVERYONE
using this equipment is familiar with the recommended using and maintenance procedures and follows
all the safety precautions. Most accidents can be prevented. Do not risk injury or death by ignoring good
safety practices.
2.1 SAFETY DO'S & DON'TS
• DO give operating instructions to operators or
employees before allowing them to operate the
machine, and REVIEW annually thereafter.
• DO read and understand ALL Safety and Operating instructions in the manual
and follow them. Most accidents
can be avoided. The most important safety device on this equipment is a SAFE operator.
• DO review safety related items annually with all
personnel who will operating or maintaining the
chipper
• DO have a first-aid kit available
for use should the need arise
and know how to use it.
•
DO prepare before servicing, adjusting, repairing or unplugging:
• disengage the drive
• shut off the engine
• ensure components have stopped moving.
• remove spark plug cable from the spark plug
• turn fuel valve off.
• block & chock the wheels
•
DO NOT touch hot engine parts, muffler
cover, engine body, engine oil, etc. during
operation and after the engine has been shut
off. Contact may cause burns.
•
DO NOT expect a person who has not read
and understood all use and safety instructions
to operate the machine. An untrained operator is not qualified and exposes himself and
bystanders to possible serious injury or death.
It is the owners responsibility to the operator
to ensure familiarity and understanding of the
machine.
•
DO NOT modify the equipment in any way.
Unauthorized modification may impair the
function and/or safety and could affect the life
of the equipment.
•
DO NOT allow riders while towing.
•
DO NOT risk injury or death by ignoring good
safety practices.
•
DO think SAFETY! Work SAFELY!
• DO read and understand all
safety signs located on the machine before using, maintaining, adjusting or cleaning the wood
chipper
• DO have a fire extinguisher available
for use should the need arise and know
how to use it.
• DO inspect and secure all guards before
starting.
• DO wear appropriate
protective gear (PPE).
This list includes but is
not limited to:
•Hard hat
•Heavy gloves
•Hearing protection
•Protective shoes w
ith slip resistant soles
•Protective glasses, goggles or face shield
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2.2 EQUIPMENT SAFETY GUIDELINES
1. Safety of the operator and bystanders is one
of the main concerns in designing and developing equipment. However, every year
many accidents occur which could have been
avoided by a few seconds of thought and a
more careful approach to handling equipment.
You, the operator, can avoid many accidents
by observing the following precautions in this
section. To avoid personal injury or death,
study the following precautions and insist
those working with you, or for you to follow
them.
2. In order to provide a better view, certain
photographs or illustrations in this manual
may show an assembly with a safety shield
removed. However, equipment should never
be used in this condition. Keep all shields in
place. If shield removal becomes necessary
for repairs, replace the shield prior to use.
3. Replace any safety sign or instruction sign
that is not readable or is missing. Location of
such safety signs is indicated in this manual.
4. Never use alcoholic beverages or drugs which
can hinder alertness or coordination while using this equipment. Consult your doctor about
using this machine while taking prescription
medications.
5. Under no circumstances should young
children be allowed to work with this
equipment. Do not allow persons to use or
assemble this unit until they have read this
manual and have developed a thorough
understanding of the safety precautions
and of how it works. Review the safety
instructions with all users annually.
8. Do not modify the equipment in any way. Unauthorized modification may result in serious
injury or death and may impair the function
and life of the equipment.
9. In addition to the design and configuration of
this implement, including Safety Signs and
Safety Equipment, hazard control and accident prevention are dependent upon the
awareness, concern, prudence, and proper
training of personnel involved in the operation,
transport, maintenance, and storage of the
machine. Refer also to Safety Messages and
operation instruction in each of the appropriate sections of the machine manuals. Pay
close attention to the Safety Signs affixed to
the machine.
10. Safe condition involves the following procedure:
• disengage the drive
• shut off the engine
• ensure all components have stopped moving.
• remove spark plug cable from the spark plug
• turn fuel valve off.
• block & chock the wheels
Safe Condition procedure should be performed before any service, maintenance work
or storage preparation.
6. This equipment is dangerous to children and
persons unfamiliar with its operation. The
operator should be a responsible, properly
trained and physically able person familiar
with machinery and trained in this equipment's
operations. If the elderly are assisting with
work, their physical limitations need to be
recognized and accommodated.
7. Never exceed the limits of a piece of machinery. If its ability to do a job, or to do so safely,
is in question - DON'T TRY IT.
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2.3 SAFETY TRAINING
1. Safety is a primary concern in the design and
manufacture of our products. Unfortunately,
our efforts to provide safe equipment can
be wiped out by a single careless act of an
operator or bystander.
2. In addition to the design and configuration of
equipment, hazard control and accident prevention are dependent upon the awareness,
concern, prudence and proper training of
personnel involved in the operation, transport,
maintenance and storage of this equipment.
3. It has been said, "The best safety feature is
an informed, careful operator." We ask you to be that
kind of an operator. It is the
operator's responsibility to
read and understand ALL
Safety and Using instructions in the manual
and to follow these. Accidents can be avoided.
4. Working with unfamiliar equipment can
lead to preventable injuries. Read this
manual before assembly or using, to acquaint yourself with the machine. If this
machine is used by any person other than
yourself, or is loaned or rented, it is the
machine owner's responsibility to make
certain that the operator, prior to using:
• Reads and understands the operator's
manuals.
• Is instructed in safe and proper use of
the equipment.
• Understands and knows how to perform
the "safe condition" procedure:
•
disengage the drive
•
shut off the engine
•
ensure components have stopped moving.
•
remove spark plug cable
•
turn fuel valve off.
•
block & chock the wheels
5. Know your controls and how to stop the
machine quickly in an emergency. Read this
manual and the one provided with the engine.
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6. Train all new personnel and review instructions frequently with existing workers. Be
certain only a properly trained and physically
able person will use the machinery. A person
who has not read and understood all using
and safety instructions is not qualified to use
the machine. An untrained operator exposes
himself and bystanders to possible serious injury or death. If the elderly are assisting with
the work, their physical limitations need to be
recognized and accommodated.
2.4 STORAGE SAFETY
1. Store the unit in an area away from human
activity.
2. Do not children to play on or around the
stored machine.
3. Store the unit in a dry, level area. Support the
frame with planks if required.
2.5 TRANSPORT SAFETY
1. Comply with state and local laws governing
safety and transporting of machinery on public
roads.
2. Check that all the lights, reflectors and other
lighting requirements are installed and in good
working condition.
3. Do not exceed a safe travel speed. Slow
down for rough terrain and cornering.
4. Be sure the machine is hitched positively to
the tractor and a retainer is used through the
mounting pins.
5. Do not drink and drive.
6. Be a safe and courteous driver. Always yield
to oncoming traffic in all situations, including
narrow bridges, intersections, etc. Watch for
traffic when operating near or crossing roadways.
7. Never allow riders on the machine.
2.6PREPARATION
2.7 MAINTENANCE SAFETY
1. Never use the machine until you have read
and completely understand this manual, the
tractor Operator's Manual and each of the
Safety Messages found on the safety signs on
the tractor and machine.
1. Good maintenance is your responsibility. Poor
maintenance is an invitation to trouble.
2.Personal
protection
equipment
(PPE) including hard hat,
safety glasses,
safety shoes,
and gloves are
recommended
during assembly, installation, operation,
adjustment, maintaining, repairing, removal,
cleaning, or moving the unit. Do not allow
long hair, loose fitting clothing or jewellery to
be around equipment.
3. PROLONGED EXPOSURE
TO LOUD NOISE MAY
CAUSE PERMANENT
HEARING LOSS!
Power equipment with or
without equipment attached
can often be noisy enough
to cause permanent, partial hearing loss. We
recommend that you wear hearing protection
on a full-time basis if the noise in the Operator's position exceeds 80db. Noise over
85db on a long-term basis can cause severe
hearing loss. Noise over 90db adjacent to the
Operator over a long-term basis may cause
permanent, total hearing loss. NOTE: Hearing loss from loud noise (from tractors, chain
saws, radios, and other such sources close to
the ear) is cumulative over a lifetime without
hope of natural recovery.
4. Clear working area of stones, branches or
hidden obstacles that might be hooked or
snagged, causing injury or damage.
5. Use only in daylight or good artificial light.
6. Be sure machine is properly mounted, adjusted and in good operating condition.
7. Ensure that all safety shielding and safety
signs are properly installed and in good condition.
2. Follow good shop practices.
• Keep service
area clean and dry.
• Be sure electrical
outlets and tools
are properly grounded.
• Use adequate light for the job at
hand.
3. Make sure there is
plenty of ventilation. Never operate the engine in a closed
building. The exhaust fumes may cause
asphyxiation.
4. Before working on this machine, place the
machine in "Safe Condition" (pg 10)
5. Never work under equipment unless it is
blocked securely.
6. Always use personal protection devices such
as eye, hand and hearing protectors, when
performing any service or maintenance work.
Use heavy or leather gloves when handling
blades.
7. Where replacement parts are necessary for
periodic maintenance and servicing, genuine
factory replacement parts must be used to
restore your equipment to original specifications. The manufacturer will not be responsible for injuries or damages caused by use of
unapproved parts and/or accessories.
8. A fire extinguisher
and first aid kit
should be kept
readily accessible
while performing
maintenance on
this equipment.
9. Periodically tighten all bolts, nuts and screws
and check that all electrical and fuel connections are properly secured to ensure unit is in
a safe condition.
10. When completing a maintenance or service
function, make sure all safety shields and
devices are installed before placing unit in
service.
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2.8 OPERATING SAFETY
1. Please remember it is important that you read
and heed the safety signs on the BXC Cart
Chipper. Clean or replace all safety signs if
they cannot be clearly read and understood.
They are there for your safety, as well as the
safety of others. The safe use of this machine
is strictly up to you, the operator.
2. All things with moving parts are potentially
hazardous. There is no substitute for a cautious, safe-minded operator who recognizes
potential hazards and follows reasonable
safety practices. The manufacturer has
designed the BXC Cart Chipper to be used
with all its safety equipment properly attached,
to minimize the chance of accidents. Study
this manual to make sure you have all safety
equipment attached.
3. Close and secure rotor cover before operating.
4. Close and secure all guards, deflectors and
shields before starting and operating.
5. Read and understand operator's manual
before starting. Review safety instructions
annually.
6. Personal protection equipment including hearing protection, hard hat, safety glasses, safety
shoes, and gloves are recommended during
assembly, installation, operation, adjustment,
maintaining, repairing, removal, or moving.
Do not allow long hair, loose-fitting clothing, or
jewellery to be around moving parts.
7. Never place any part of your body where it
would be in danger if movement should occur
during assembly, installation, operation, maintenance, repairing, unplugging or moving.
8. Before servicing, adjusting, repairing or
unplugging: perform the "safe condition"
procedure:
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•
disengage the drive
•
shut off the engine
•
ensure components have stopped moving.
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remove spark plug cable
•
turn fuel valve off.
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block & chock the wheels
9. Do not run machine inside a closed building to
prevent asphyxiation from engine exhaust.
10. Use care when feeding material into chipper.
Do not send metal, bottles, cans, rocks, glass
or other foreign material into wood chipper.
If foreign material enters chipper, stop using
the machine, perform the "safe condition"
procedure.
Inspect machine for damaged or loose parts before resuming work.
11. Never use alcoholic beverages or drugs which
can hinder alertness or coordination while
operating this equipment. Consult your doctor about operating this machine while taking
prescription medications.
12. During transport, do not allow riders on this
machine at any time. There is no safe place
for any riders.
13. Never allow children or unauthorized people
to operate or be around this machine.
14. Do not reach into rotor or feed hopper openings when the engine is running. Install and
secure access covers before starting engine.
15. Keep the working area clean and free of debris to prevent tripping. Operate only on level
ground.
16. Do not point discharge at people, animals or
buildings. Rotor can expel wood chips fast
enough to cause injury.
17. Do not move or transport chipper when the
rotor is turning.
18. Do not exceed a safe travel speed when
transporting.
2.9 GAS MOTOR SAFETY
BEFORE STARTING ENGINE, READ
AND UNDERSTAND THE OPERATING
AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
THAT CAME WITH YOUR ENGINE.
WARNING: DO NOT
1. DO NOT run engine in an enclosed area.
Exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide, an
odourless and deadly poison.
2. DO NOT place hands or feet near moving or
rotating parts.
3. DO NOT store, spill, or use gasoline near an
open flame, or devices such as a stove, furnace, or water heater which use a pilot light or
devices which can create a spark.
4. DO NOT refuel indoors where area is not well
ventilated. Outdoor refuelling is preferred.
5. DO NOT refuel while engine is running. Allow
engine to cool for 5 minutes before refuelling.
Store fuel in approved safety containers.
6. DO NOT remove fuel tank cap while engine is
running.
7. DO NOT operate engine if gasoline is spilled.
Move machine away from the spill and avoid
creating any ignition until gasoline has evaporated.
8. DO NOT smoke while filling fuel tank.
9. DO NOT choke carburettor to stop engine.
Whenever possible, gradually reduce engine
speed before stopping.
10. DO NOT run engine above rated speeds. This
may result in injury.
11. DO NOT tamper with governor springs, governor links or other parts which may increase
the governed speed.
12.DO NOT tamper with the engine speed selected by the original equipment manufacturer.
14. DO NOT crank engine with spark plug removed.
If engine is flooded, crank until engine starts.
15. DO NOT strike flywheel with a hard object or
metal tool as this may cause flywheel to shatter
in operation. Use proper tools to service engine.
16. DO NOT operate engine without a muffler.
Inspect periodically and replace, if necessary.
If engine is equipped with a muffler deflector,
inspect periodically and replace, if necessary
with correct deflector.
17. DO NOT operate engine with an accumulation
of grass, leaves, dirt or other combustible materials in the muffler area.
18. DO NOT use this engine on any forest covered,
brush covered, or grass covered unimproved
land unless a spark arrester is installed on
the muffler. The arrester must be maintained
in effective working order by the operator. In
the state of California the above is required by
law (Section 4442 of the California Public Resources Code). Other states may have similar
laws. Federal laws apply on federal land.
19. DO NOT touch hot muffler, cylinder or fins because contact may cause burns.
20.DO NOT run engine with air cleaner or air
cleaner cover removed.
WARNING: DO
1. ALWAYS DO remove the wire from the spark
plug when servicing the engine or equipment
to prevent accidental starting.
2. DO keep cylinder fins and governor parts free of
grass and other debris which can affect engine
speed.
3. DO examine muffler periodically to be sure it is
functioning effectively. A worn or leaking muffler
should be repaired or replaced as necessary.
4. DO use fresh gasoline. Stale fuel can gum
carburettor and cause leakage.
5. DO check fuel lines and fittings frequently for
cracks or leaks. Replace if necessary.
13.DO NOT check for spark with spark plug or
spark plug wire removed.
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2.10 SIGN-OFF FORM
Wallenstein follows the general Safety Standards specified by the American Society of Agricultural and
Biological Engineers (ASABE) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Anyone
who will be using and/or maintaining the BXC Chipper must read and clearly understand ALL Safety,
Usage and Maintenance information presented in this manual.
Do not use or allow anyone else to use this chipper until such information has been reviewed. Annually
review this information before the season start-up.
Make these periodic reviews of SAFETY and OPERATION a standard practice for all of your equipment. We
feel that an untrained operator is unqualified to use this machine.
A sign-off sheet is provided for your record keeping to show that all personnel who will be working with the
equipment have read and understand the information in the Operator’s Manual and have been instructed in
the operation of the equipment.
SIGN-OFF FORM
DATE
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EMPLOYEES SIGNATURE
EMPLOYERS SIGNATURE
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SAFETY SIGNS
1. Keep safety signs clean and legible at all times,
2. Replace safety signs that are missing or have become illegible.
3. Replaced parts that displayed a safety sign should also display the current sign.
4. Safety signs in Section 3 each have a part number displayed with it. Use this part number when
ordering replacement parts.
5. Safety signs are available from your authorized Distributor or Dealer Parts Department or the factory.
3.1
HOW TO INSTALL SAFETY SIGNS:
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Be sure that the installation area is clean and dry.
•
Be sure temperature is above 50°F (10°C).
•
Determine exact position before you remove the backing paper.
•
Remove the smallest portion of the split backing paper.
•
Align the sign over the specified area and carefully press the small portion with the exposed sticky
backing in place.
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Slowly peel back the remaining paper and carefully smooth the remaining portion of the sign in place.
•
Small air pockets can be pierced with a pin and smoothed out using the piece of sign backing paper
3.2
SAFETY SIGN EXPLANATIONS:
Caution: read and understand ALL
safety and operating instructions in
the manual, read and understand ALL
safety labels located on the machine.
The most important safety device on
this equipment is an informed SAFE
operator.
Caution: Maximum size of material for
this chipper is 75mm (3.0"). Attempting
to chip anything larger could stall the
engine, damage the chipper or cause
personal injury.
Caution: keep hands and feet out of inlet
and discharge openings while machine is
operating to avoid serious personal injury.
Wait for all moving parts to come to a complete stop before clearing obstructions .
Z94120
Z94117
Z94119
Z94120
Z94117
Caution: flying objects, be aware of
and Stay clear of material discharge
chute, machine can expel wood chips
fast enough to cause injury.
Do not point discharge at people, animals or buildings.
Caution: machine is extremely
loud in operation. Hearing protection is required or permanent damage will occur. Lwa is
sound power level, Leq is the
average sound level.
Z94204
Z94232
Caution: rotating parts are exposed or
under a guard, do not attempt to reach
in while parts are turning. Keep hands,
loose clothing, and long hair away.
Serious injury will result.
Z94127
Z94127
Caution: Personal Protection
Equipment (PPE) is required
when operating this machine.
Failure to wear PPE will result
in personal injury
Z94203
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3.3
SAFETY SIGN LOCATIONS
The types of safety signs and locations on the equipment are shown in the illustrations that follow. Good
safety requires that you familiarize yourself with the various safety signs, the type of warning and the area,
or particular function related to that area, that requires your SAFETY AWARENESS.
• Think SAFETY! Work SAFELY!
Z94232
Z94120
Z94120
Z94117
Z94117
Z94203
Z94119
Z94120
Z94120
Z94116
Z94120
Z94120
Z94204
Z94127
Z94127
Z94202
Z94202
REMEMBER - If safety signs have been damaged, removed, become illegible or parts replaced without
safety signs, new signs must be applied. New safety signs are available from your authorized dealer.
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4OPERATION
OPERATING SAFETY
•
Please remember it is important that you
read the operator's manual and heed the
safety signs on the BXC Chipper. They are
there for your safety, as well as the safety
of others. The safe use of this machine is
strictly up to you, the operator.
•
Personal protection equipment including
hearing protection, hard hat, safety glasses,
safety shoes, and gloves are recommended
during assembly, installation, operation, adjustment, maintaining, repairing, or plugging.
Do not allow long hair, loose-fitting clothing,
or jewellery to be around moving parts.
•
Never use alcoholic beverages or drugs
which can hinder alertness or coordination
while operating this equipment. Consult
your doctor about operating this machine
while taking prescription medications.
•
Do not allow riders on this machine at any
time. There is no safe place for any riders.
•
Never allow children or unauthorized people
to operate or be around this machine.
•
Do not reach into rotor or feed hopper openings when the engine is running. Install
and secure access covers before starting
engine.
•
Before servicing, adjusting, repairing or unplugging, put the machine in safe mode.
•
•
Do not run machine inside a closed building
to prevent asphyxiation from engine exhaust.
Do not move or transport chipper when the
rotor is turning.
•
•
Use care when feeding material into chipper.
Do not send metal, bottles, cans, rocks, glass
or other foreign material into wood chipper. If
foreign material enters chipper, stop machine, turn engine off and place ignition key
in your pocket and wait for all moving parts to
stop before removing material and/or unplugging. Inspect machine for damaged or loose
parts before resuming work.
Do not exceed a safe travel speed when
transporting.
•
Keep the working area clean and free of
debris to prevent tripping. Operate only on
level ground.
•
Do not point discharge at people, animals or
buildings. Rotor can expel wood chips fast
enough to cause injury.
4.1 TO THE NEW OPERATOR OR OWNER
The Wallenstein BXC32 Chippers are designed to
chip and chop scrap lumber, small trees, brush,
limbs and other wood debris. The chipped material is fine enough to be composted or used in a
variety of ways.
use the chipper safely and how to set it to provide
maximum field efficiency. By following these instructions in conjunction with a good maintenance
program, your BXC32 Chipper will provide many
years of trouble-free service.
It is the responsibility of the owner or operator to read this manual and to train all other
operators before they start working with the
machine. Follow all safety instructions exactly. Safety is everyone's business. By following recommended procedures, a safe working
environment is provided for the operator,
bystanders and the area around the work site.
Untrained operators are not qualified to use
the machine.
4.1.1IMPORTANT
Many features incorporated into this machine are
the result of suggestions made by customers like
you. Read this manual carefully to learn how to
Ensure all operators understand how to put the
machine in safe condition before working with
this machine,
•
disengage the drive
•
shut off the engine
•
ensure components have stopped moving.
•
unplug spark plug cable
•
turn fuel valve off
•
block & chock the wheels
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4.2 MACHINE COMPONENTS
The Wallenstein BXC cart chipper is designed for chipping in a fast and efficient manner.
Major components of the BXC chippers are illustrated here. Please review this section, many of the component
descriptions here are used throughout the manual to explain function and safety.
For a detailed parts breakdown, see your dealer or visit the Wallenstein website to download the BXC Parts
Manual for your model.
Rotor Blade
Feed
Hopper
Upper Rotor
Housing
Twig Breaker
Ledger Blade
Foam Filled
Tires
Discharge
Chute
Manual
Tube
Hopper
Handle Hold
Engine
Garden
Tractor
Hitch, Flip
Handle /
Stand
Hood Deflector
Drive Engage
Lever
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4.3 MACHINE BREAK-IN
4.4 PRE-OPERATION CHECKLIST
Although there are no operational restrictions on
the Wood Chipper when used for the first time,
it is recommended that the following mechanical
items be checked:
Efficient and safe operation of the Wallenstein
BXC32 Wood Chipper requires that each operator
reads and understands the procedures and all related safety precautions outlined in this section. A
pre-operation checklist is provided for the operator. It is important for both the personal safety and
maintaining good mechanical condition that this
checklist is followed.
A. After operating for 1 hour:
1. Ensure the machine is in safe condition
before checking any components
2. Torque all fasteners and hardware.
3. Check condition of rotor bearings.
4. Check the condition and clearance of the twigbreaker, rotor and stationary blades. Adjust or
replace as required.
5. Check for entangled material. Remove all
entangled material before resuming work.
6. Lubricate all grease fittings if required.
B. After operating for 10 hours:
1. Repeat steps 1 through 6 listed above.
2. Go to the normal servicing and maintenance
schedule as defined in the Maintenance Section.
Before operating the Wood Chipper and each time
thereafter, the following areas should be checked
off:
Pre-Operation Checklist
P
Check and lubricate the machine per the schedule
outline in the Maintenance Section.
Check the rotor housing and discharge chute,.
Remove any blockages, twine, wire or other
material that has become entangled .
Check the condition and clearance of the twigbreaker, rotor and stationary blades. Adjust or
replace as required.
Check that all bearings turn freely. Replace any
that are rough or seized.
Check and ensure that all covers, guards and
shields are in place, secured and functioning as
designed
Check all fasteners and tighten, and esure your
equipment is working and in good repair.
Check that personal protection equipment
including hard hat, safety glasses, safety shoes,
safety vest, hearing protection and gloves are used
and in good repair.
Check that all loose fitting clothing or jewellery is
not worn and loose long hair is tied back.
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4.5CONTROLS
Please review this section to familiarize yourself with the location and function of each control before
starting. Familiarizing yourself with the controls will enable you to take advantage of all the features available on the BXC and apply them as conditions demand.
Before starting to work, all operators should familiarize themselves with the location and function of controls.
4.5.1 ENGINE BXC32:
An SP210 211cc Subaru engine is used on the BXC32. Always read the engine manufacturers
operator's manual before starting for more detailed instructions.
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•
•
Ignition Switch:
This switch controls the electrical power
to the engine electrical system. Turn the
switch clockwise to turn the electrical
system ON and the engine will run. Turn
the switch counterclockwise to stop the
engine.
Fuel Shut-Off Valve:
This valve controls the flow of fuel to the
engine. Turn the valve at right angles to
the fuel line to turn the fuel off and parallel
to turn the fuel on.
Throttle:
This lever controls the engine RPM.
Turn the lever clockwise to increase
engine speed and counter-clockwise to
decrease.
•
•
Choke:
This lever controls the position of the
choke. Pull the knob out to close the
choke for starting when the engine is cold.
Push the knob in to open the choke as the
engine warms. Always push the knob fully
in when operating the machine.
Starting Rope:
This retracting rope and T bar is used to
turn the engine over for starting. Grasp
the T bar firmly and pull the rope sharply
to start the engine.
Throttle
Choke
Fuel ShutOff Valve
Starting
Rope
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Ignition
Switch
4.5.2 ENGINE BXC32H:
An GX200 196cc Honda engine is used on the BXC32H. Always read the engine manufacturers
operator's manual before starting for more detailed instructions.
•
•
•
Ignition Switch:
This switch controls the electrical power
to the engine electrical system. Turn the
switch clockwise to turn the electrical
system ON and the engine will run. Turn
the switch counterclockwise to stop the
engine.
Fuel Shut-Off Valve:
This valve controls the flow of fuel to the
engine. Slide the lever to the right to turn
the fuel off and left to turn the fuel on.
Throttle:
This lever controls the engine RPM. Slide
the lever to the left to increase engine
speed and Slide the lever to the right to
decrease.
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•
Choke:
This lever controls the position of the
choke. Slide the lever to the left to close
the choke for starting when the engine is
cold. Slide the lever to the right to open the
choke as the engine warms. Always Slide
the lever fully to the right when operating
the machine.
Starting Rope:
This retracting rope and T bar is used to
turn the engine over for starting. Grasp
the T bar firmly and pull the rope sharply
to start the engine.
Throttle
Closed
Open
Choke
Ignition
Switch
On
Off
Fuel ShutOff Valve
Starting
Rope
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4.5.3 HOOD DEFLECTOR:
The discharge chute is equipped with a hood deflector on the end of the chute to direct the chips
exactly where desired. The deflector is held in
position by two spin knobs.
1. Loosen the 2 spin knobs, move the deflector
into position as required.
2. Lock the deflector into position by tightening
up the spin knobs.
4.5.4 HITCH / HANDLE STAND:
The BXC is equipped with a Combination Garden
Trailer Hitch, Flip Handle/Stand. When in up right
position, the stand becomes a pull handle support
stand, in the lower position, the stand becomes a
garden tractor hitch. Lock the stand in either position with the snap lock pin.
Ensure the machine is secure from movement
during chipping operation.
Discharge
Chute
Deflector
Spin
Knobs
Upright
position
Lower
position
Snap Pin
4.5.5 ADJUSTABLE HANDLE:
Handle
The Combination Garden Trailer Hitch, Flip Handle/Stand features and adjustable pull handle.
Loosen off the two bolts and adjust the handle
up or down as required. Use the handle to lift the
hitch and move your machine to a new work zone.
Loosen bolts
4.5.6 FEED CHUTE GRAB HANDLES:
The feed chute features grab handles. To move
the chipper to a new work zone, use the grab
handles and carefully tilt the machine back until
the hitch tongue lifts off the ground. The machine
is balanced to make it easy to move the machine
this way.
Ensure the machine is secure from movement
during chipping operation.
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Grab
Handles
4.5.7 DRIVE ENGAGE HANDLE:
The drive engage handle controls the pulley used to tension the v belt and start the rotor turning for chipping. The handle features a spring loaded positive engage and disengage position.
1. Drive Position: To tension the drive belt and engage the rotor, pull the handle down, the positive
spring tension will lock the handle into drive position. The rotor will spin up to speed.
2. Neutral Position: To stop the rotor from turning, pull the handle up, the positive spring tension will
lock the handle into neutral position. The rotor will gradually slow down then stop turning.
Caution: Be aware that
the rotor will continue to
turn for a few minutes after the
rotor has been disengaged.
Wait for all parts to stop moving
before attempting to access
the machine in any way.
Handle up
"Neutral Position"
Drive Engage
Instruction Label
Handle down
"Drive Position"
4.6 MACHINE SET-UP
Follow this procedure to prepare and set-up the machine at the work site: the pre-operation checklist has
been completed, the chipper is fuelled, and the operator is wearing personal protection equipment (PPE).
1. Position the chipper at the work site.
2. Ensure that the machine is resting on the
ground and is level and stable, and the work
area is free of debris.
IMPORTANT
The chipper must be resting on the level
and stable ground during operation, using the chipper while on uneven ground
is dangerous and may result in damage
to the machine.
3. If the chipper is attached to a lawn tractor,
ensure the brakes are applied and wheels are
chocked.
4. Ensure the feed hopper is free of debris
5. Aim the deflector as required.
IMPORTANT
Position the machine so the prevailing wind/breeze blows the exhaust gases/fumes away from the
operator's station.
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4.7 FIELD OPERATION
OPERATING SAFETY
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Please remember it is important that you
read the operator's manual and heed the
safety signs on the Chipper. They are there
for your safety, as well as the safety of others. The safe use of this machine is strictly
up to you, the operator.
Personal protection equipment is recommended. Do not allow long hair, loose-fitting
clothing, or jewellery to be around moving
parts.
Before servicing, adjusting, repairing or unplugging, put the machine in safe mode.
•
Do not run machine inside a closed building
to prevent asphyxiation from engine exhaust.
Use care when feeding material into chipper. Do not send metal, bottles, cans, rocks,
glass or other foreign material into wood
chipper. If foreign material enters chipper,
inspect machine for damaged or loose parts
before resuming work.
Never use alcoholic beverages or drugs
which can hinder alertness or coordination
while operating this equipment. Consult
your doctor about operating this machine
while taking prescription medications.
Never allow children or unauthorized people
to operate or be around this machine.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Do not reach into rotor or feed hopper openings when the engine is running. Install
and secure access covers before starting
engine.
Do not move or transport chipper when the
rotor is turning.
Keep the working area clean and free of
debris to prevent tripping. Operate only on
level ground.
Do not point discharge at people, animals
or buildings. Rotor can expel wood chips
fast enough to cause injury.
Be aware of the size and shape of the
material, crotchety branches and logs can
move in unpredictable ways as they pass
through the chipper and could cause injuries. Large curved pieces should be cut to
smaller straighter sections.
Do not work alone, it is safer to work in
pairs in case an emergency arises.
Never stand, sit or climb onto any part of
the chipper while it is running.
Disengage the chipper and shut off the
engine when it is unattended.
The operator has the responsibility of being familiar with all operating and safety procedures and
following them.
Although the BXC Chipper is easy to use, each operator should review this section to familiarize himself
with the detailed safety and operating procedures. When preparing this machine for use, follow this procedure:
4.7.1.PREPARE
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Clear the area of bystanders, especially small
children.
•
Each operator must be trained and familiar with
the set up and operation of the Chipper and its
components.
•
Review the machine components (see Section
4.2)
•
Review and follow the Pre-operation Checklist
(see Section 4.4).
•
Review operation and function of the controls
(see section 4.5)
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•
Survey the work site, move to a clear, level work
area and position at the work site. Do not start
the chipper until it is in position.
•
Set up the machine (see section 4.7).
•
Each person must wear appropriate Personal
Protective Equipment (PPE) whenever operating the Wood Processor or working in the
vicinity. This equipment is designed to prevent
injury to any personnel in the area. This list
includes but is not limited to:
•
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•
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Safety shoes with slip resistant soles.
Safety goggles or face shield.
Hearing protection.
Heavy or leather gloves
4.7.2. STARTING PROCEDURE
4.7.4 EMERGENCY STOPPING:
After following operating safety and preparation
procedure the chipper should be set up and ready
to run.
•
•
•
1. Turn the ignition switch clockwise to the
"ON" position.
2. Open the fuel valve and move the throttle
to its mid idle position.
If an emergency occurs:
disengage the drive
shut off the engine,
Correct emergency situation before restarting
engine and resuming work.
Disengage:
Handle up
"Neutral Position"
3. Close the choke if the engine is cold.
4. Using the starting rope, start the engine.
5. Run engine for a few minutes to allow it to
warm up.
6. Open the choke.
7. To get the rotor spinning, slowly move the
drive engage handle downwards, to engage the drive and start the rotor.
Caution:
Engaging the drive too quickly
may cause the engine to stall.
8. Move the throttle to the high position, to
allow the engine to get to full speed.
9. Start feeding material into the hopper for
chipping.
4.7.3. STOPPING PROCEDURE
1. Stop feeding material into the hopper.
Caution: Be aware that the rotor
will continue to turn for a few
minutes after the rotor has been
disengaged. Wait for all parts to stop moving before attempting to access the machine in any way.
2. Move the throttle to idle position to slow the
engine RPM. Allow 10-15 seconds for the
rotor to slow down.
3. Disengage the drive.
4. Turn off the ignition switch, to stop the engine and wait for all moving parts to stop.
5. Shut off the fuel valve.
Drive Engage
Instruction Label
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4.7.5 CHIPPING OPERATION
The BXC Wood Chipper is a strong, rugged
machine that is built to a straight-forward design
which provides consistent chipping of logs up to
3" (75mm) in diameter
Always wear personal protective equipment (PPE)
whenever operating the machine. This includes
but is not limited to a hard hat, protective shoes
with slip resistant soles, protective goggles or
face shield, heavy gloves, hearing protection and
protective clothing.
Do not place metal, bottles, cans, rocks, glass
or other solid material into the wood chipper. If
something like this gets into the machine, stop the
machine immediately for a detailed inspection.
4.7.6 OPERATING HINTS:
1. Delimb branches that are greater than 1"
(2.5cm) before you feed them into the hopper. This will prevent the tree from jamming in
the feed hopper and prevent feeding.
2. Line up the chipper to the material to feed
straight in to the feed table, loading will be
easier and limit the amount of material handling time
3. Keep the working area clean and free of
debris to prevent slipping or tripping. Operate
only on level ground.
4. Use a stick or branch to push any piece of
material into the knives that does not move on
its own and stops in the chipper housing.
If opening up any guards for inspection, always
put the machine in safe condition:
•
disengage the drive
•
shut off the engine
•
ensure components have stopped moving.
•
unplug spark plug cable
•
turn fuel valve off
•
block & chock the wheels
Inspect machine for damaged or loosened parts,
repair or replace parts as required before resuming work.
When the rotor is up to speed:
•
Carefully slide the wooden material into the
chipper feed hopper and move it into the rotor. As you begin to feed, the rotor will tend
to draw the material through.
•
Do not force the material with into the hopper and rotor, slow steady pressure is best.
•
If the rotor begins to slow down, stop and let
the rotor get back up to speed, then restart
feeding.
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Do not reach into the feed hopper further
than the hopper opening, to avoid contact
the blades on the rotor.
Use a stick or branch to push any piece of
material into the rotor that does not move
on its own and stops in the hopper.
Z94120
Caution: Do not
reach into the feed
hopper at any time,
use a stick or branch to push
any piece of material into the
rollers that does not move on
its own. If the jam persists
then stop the engine and wait
for the rotor to stop and then
clear the jam.
Do not chance getting
your hand caught in the
rollers.
Collector Bag:
The BXC is designed with a discharge chute that
can be used with the optional mulch collector bag
(#Z99006). The mulch bag holds 2.7 cu.ft (28
litres) and is a mildew resistant synthetic material.
It is a porous material, allowing air from the rotor
to pass through without restricting collection of the
chips.
•
Adjust the deflector up, and slip the collector bag
over the end of the discharge chute.
•
Use the strap on the end of the bag to attach
and secure it to the chute.
•
When full, loosen the strap, remove the bag from
the chute and take it to the mulch area.
•
Unzip the bottom of the bag and spread the
chips and mulch over the desired area.
•
Zip up the end of the bag and re-attach it to the
discharge cute.
4.7.7UNPLUGGING:
4.7.8 SEVERE PLUG:
a. Enure the machine is in safe condition before beginning to unplug (see 4.9.5)
Although the machine is designed to handle
a wide variety of material without any problem, occasionally it may plug. If the machine
plugs, follow this procedure to unplug:
1. Enure the machine is in safe condition before beginning to unplug (see 4.9.5)
2. Clear the area of bystanders, especially
small children.
3. Pull the material out of the chipper hopper.
Be sure all the material is out and nothing is
jammed or wedged between the input opening and the rotor.
4. Pull the material out of the discharge chute.
Use a stick to poke loose any material
jammed into the discharge chute. Do not
allow anything to remain in this area.
e. Check that everyone is clear of machine
before restarting engine.
b. Clear the area of bystanders, especially small
children.
c. Open the upper rotor housing: remove 8 x
bolts.
d. Remove jammed material from inside the rotor compartment.
e. Clean out the discharge chute
f. Inspect the lower rotor housing and clean out
any debris.
g. If required, rotate the rotor, very carefully and
slowly turn the rotor by hand to be sure there
is nothing jammed between the rotor and stationary blades. Do not reach into the rotor
housing while the rotor is moving.
Caution: Be aware that the rotor
has 2 chipper blades, reaching
into the rotor compartment to
clear a plug must be done with great care.
f. Start the engine and resume working.
Machine is shown with guard or rotor cover
opened for illustrative purposes only. Do not
operate machine with guard or cover opened
h. Assemble the upper rotor housing to the chipper.
i.
Check that everyone is clear of machine before restarting engine.
j.
Start the engine and resume working.
Upper Rotor
Housing
Rotor
Z94120
Lower Rotor
Housing
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5STORAGE
OPERATING SAFETY
• Store the unit in an area away from human
activity.
• Store the unit in a dry, level area. Support the
frame with planks if required.
• Do not permit children to play on or around
the stored machine.
5.1 PLACING IN STORAGE
After the season's use or when the machine will not
be used for a period of time, completely inspect all
major systems of the Chipper. Replace or repair
any worn or damaged components to prevent any
unnecessary down time at the beginning of the next
season.
7. To reduce the chance of condensation and
contamination, store the chipper with a full fuel
tank and treat the fuel. Run the engine for a
few minutes to make sure the treatment gets
throughout the fuel system Review the engine
owners manual for the proper procedure.
Follow this procedure before storing:
8. Touch up all paint nicks and scratches to prevent
rusting.
1. Remove all material from the machine.
2. Remove collector bag,if you purchased it as
an option, wash it and store in a dry, secure
location.
3. Thoroughly wash the machine with a pressure
washer or water hose to remove all dirt, mud
or debris.
9. It is best to store the machine inside. If that is
not possible, cover with a waterproof tarpaulin
and tie down securely.
10. Store in an area away from human activity.
11. Do not allow children to play around the stored
unit.
4. Lubricate all grease points to remove any water
residue from washing.
5.2 REMOVING FROM STORAGE
5. Inspect all rotating parts for entangled material.
Remove all entangled material.
When removing this machine from storage, follow
this procedure:
6. Run the machine a few minutes to dry the moisture from inside the machine.
1. Remove the tarpaulin if covered.
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2. Review and follow the pre-operation checklist.
6
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE SAFETY
• Good maintenance is your responsibility.
Poor maintenance is an invitation to trouble.
6.1SERVICE
By following a careful service and maintenance
program for your machine, you will enjoy many
years or trouble-free operation.
• Follow good shop practices.
- Keep service area clean and dry.
- Be sure electrical outlets and tools are
properly grounded.
- Use adequate light for the job at hand.
6.1.1 FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS
1. Engine Oil:
• Make sure there is plenty of ventilation. Never operate the engine in a closed building.
The exhaust fumes may cause asphyxiation.
2. Grease:
Use an SAE multi-purpose high temperature grease
with extreme pressure (EP) performance. Also
acceptable is an SAE multipurpose lithium base
grease.
•
Before working on this machine, place the
machine in safe mode:
• disengage the drive
• shut off the engine
• ensure components have stopped
moving.
• unplug spark plug cable
• turn fuel valve off
• block & chock the wheels
• Never work under equipment unless it is
blocked securely.
•
Always use personal protection devices such
as eye, hand and hearing protectors, when
performing any service or maintenance work.
Use heavy gloves when handling sharp components.
•
Where replacement parts are necessary for
periodic maintenance and servicing, genuine
factory replacement parts must be used to restore your equipment to original specifications.
The manufacturer will not be responsible for
injuries or damages caused by use of unapproved parts and/or accessories.
•
A fire extinguisher and first aid kit should
be kept readily accessible while performing
maintenance on this equipment.
•
Periodically tighten all bolts, nuts and screws
and check that all electrical and fuel connections are properly secured to ensure unit is in
a safe condition.
• When completing a maintenance or service
function, make sure all safety shields and devices are installed before placing unit in service.
Refer to the engine manufacturer's manual for maintenance and service information
3. Engine Gasoline:
Use a standard automotive unleaded gasoline for
all operating conditions. Refer to the engine manufacturer's manual for more information.
4. Storing Lubricants:
Your machine can operate at top efficiency only if
clean lubricants are used. Use clean containers to
handle all lubricants. Store them in an area protected from dust, moisture and other contaminants.
6.1.2GREASING
Use the Maintenance Checklist provided to keep a
record of all scheduled maintenance.
1. Use a hand-held grease gun for all greasing.
2. Wipe grease fitting with a clean cloth before
greasing, to avoid injecting dirt and grit.
3. Replace and repair broken fittings immediately.
4. If fittings will not take grease, remove and
clean thoroughly. Also clean lubricant passageway. Replace fittings if necessary.
6.1.3 SERVICING INTERVALS
See service record and service illustration for service interval information. The period recommended
is based on normal operating conditions. Severe
or unusual conditions may require more frequent
lubrication or oil changes.
IMPORTANT Do Not over grease.
WARNING
Machine is shown with guard removed for illustrative purposes only. Do not operate machine with
guard removed.
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6.1.4 SERVICE ILLUSTRATION
This illustration shows the general location of
service points for all models in this manual.
Refer to your engine instruction manual
for specific maintenance instructions /
requirements
Location
Grease Points - 100 hrs or Annually
1
2
3
Rotor Main Shaft Front Flange Bearing
Rotor Main Shaft Rear Flange Bearing
Drive Engage Pivot Bearing
grease with one shot of grease
Location
Lubricate Hinges & Pivot Points
A
b
C
Hood Deflector
Twig Breaker:
check every 8 hrs.
Adjustable Handle
Hitch Handle Stand
A
B
C
On a regular basis check
all nuts, bolts and screws
and ensure they are all
properly secured
1
WARNING
Ensure machine is in safe mode when
performing any maintenance or service.
2
Rotor blades: check
daily, test sharpness
every 50 hrs
3
Ledger blade: check
daily, test sharpness
every 50 hrs
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6.1.5 SERVICE RECORD
See Lubrication and Maintenance sections for details of service. Copy this page to continue record.
8 Hours or Daily
Check
50 Hours or Annually
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Check
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6.2MAINTENANCE
By following a careful service and maintenance program for your machine, you will enjoy many years of
trouble-free operation.
Ensure all operators understand how to put the machine in safe condition before working with this
machine,
•
disengage the drive
•
shut off the engine
•
ensure components have stopped moving.
•
unplug spark plug cable
•
turn fuel valve off
•
block & chock the wheels
6.2.1 DRIVE BELT
The machine is designed with a spring loaded belt tensioning pulley system, controlled by a over centre
positive engage drive lever. The pulley applies tension to the v belt and starts the rotor turning for chipping.
When the belt is stretched or worn, the ability to efficiently start and maintain rotor speed may be affected.
Therefore it is important to periodically check the condition and tension of the belt.
Frayed, cracked or worn drive belts should be replaced. If you notice excessive belt slipping, or the drive
lever occasionally kicking out, then adjustment or replacement of the belt may be required.
Drive Belt Tension Check and Adjustment:
1. Ensure the engine is off (ignition switch is off and the fuel valve is closed).
2. Remove the 4 bolts that hold the belt guard to the chipper, remove the belt guard.
3. Check tension: with the drive lever engaged, the belt should be taught, with no slack. If not, it will require
adjustment.
4. Examine the belt and estimate
how much adjustment may be
required.
Spring Tension Bracket
5. Move the drive engage handle
to the neutral position.
6. Find the spring tension bracket
and adjuster.
7. Loosen the jam nut of the adjuster on the underside of the
spring tension bracket, about
5-6 turns.
Spring Tension
Adjuster
Drive Pulley
8. Turn the nut on the top side
bracket clockwise, make the
adjustment per your estimate.
9. Engage the drive lever and
check tension of the belt, repeat step 8 if required.
10. Tighten the lock nut on the
underside of the spring tension
bracket.
11. Replace the belt guard and
secure with 4 bolts.
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Rotor Pulley
Drive Lever
Cut-away view of BXC
drive system
Drive Belt Replacement: (BXC Cogged V Belt #Z41164)
1. Ensure the engine is off (ignition switch is off and the fuel valve is closed).
2. Remove the 4 bolts that hold the belt guard to the chipper, remove the belt guard.
3. Move the drive engage handle to the neutral position.
4. Roll the drive belt off of the drive (top) pulley.
5. Pull the drive belt slightly out, then off of the rotor (bottom) pulley
6. Install the new belt reversing steps 4 & 5.
7. Engage the drive handle, adjust tension if required.
6.2.2 TWIG BREAKER:
The Twig Breaker is a breaker tab located on side of the upper rotor housing. The discharge paddle
passes around the twig breaker and helps to break the material into smaller pieces and turn it into
mulch. Inspect the twig breaker for damage such as gouges, a bent, or missing tooth. A damaged
twig breaker should be replaced. If the tooth is showing wear, remove and replace the twig breaker.
1. Ensure the machine is set in safe condition (see 6.2)
2. Remove the 2 bolts and nuts that hold the twig breaker to the housing, remove the twig breaker.
3. Reverse the steps to install the new twig breaker.
Twig Breaker
Bolts
Twig Breaker
Upper Rotor
Housing
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6.2.3 ROTOR BLADES:
The rotor and ledger blades need to be sharp for the Chipper to perform as expected. Periodic inspection is recommended. Keep the blades sharp to reduce the amount of power required during operation.
Watch the sharpness of the blades when processing material with a lot of sand, soil or dirt mixed with
it. Reverse or sharpen the blades if the cutting edge becomes dull.
The rotor is equipped with 2 blades spaced evenly to keep the rotor in balance. If one needs to be
changed, the one opposite should also be changed.
It is recommended that the rotor blades be removed from the rotor when sharpening. Always sharpen
the blades at a 45° angle to provide the best cutting effect as it meets the stationary blade. Be sure to
tighten the blade mounting bolts to their specified torque when re-installing the blades to the rotor.
1. Ensure the machine is set in safe condition (see 6.2)
2. Remove the bolts that secure the
upper rotor housing, and carefully
open the rotor housing.
3. With care, slowly rotate chipper rotor
plate until the rotor blade is out of the
lower housing
Rotor
4. Remove the bolts that hold the rotor
blade to the rotor, remove the blade.
5. Rotate the blade and reinstall or
replace with new or re-sharpened
blade.
Caution: Avoid Serious Injury
The rotor is very heavy, turn rotor
slowly and be aware of hand positioning: avoid getting pinched or wedged
between the lower rotor housing and rotor.
Rotor Blade
Bolts
Leading Edge
6. Ensure the blade is properly oriented, with
the leading edge out. The blade is designed
to fit into the rotor one way only. See diagram for proper installation.
7. Tighten down bolts as specified in the
torque chart
8. Repeat steps for remaining blade.
WARNING
Machine is shown with guard
removed or rotor cover opened
for
illustrative
purposes
only. Do not operate machine
with guard removed or cover
opened.
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Proper Orientation
of Rotor Blade
6.2.4 LEDGER BLADES:
Each machine is equipped with a ledger (stationary) blade that acts as a shear for the moving rotor
blades.
The ledger blade is located on the lower rotor housing, mounted on slotted holes for adjustment. There
are 4 usable corners on the blade, when the corner facing the rotor blade rounds over, remove the blade
and re-install with a different corner facing the rotor blade. It is recommended that the clearance between
the rotor and stationary blades be
set and maintained at 1/32 to 1/16
" (.76 - 1.52 mm) to obtain the best
performance.
1. Ensure the machine is set in safe
condition (see 6.2)
Ledger Blade
2. Remove the 2 bolts that hold the
ledger blade to the ledger mount.
3. Carefully remove the blade, pull it
out and up slightly to the side to
clear the tire.
4. Rotate the blade and replace, or
replace with new or re-sharpened
blade.
5. Hand tighten the bolts.
6. Set the clearance between the
ledger and rotor blades using the
ledger adjuster: loosen the nuts on
the adjuster and move the ledger to
the correct clearance.
7. Clearance settings should be set at
clearance 1/32 - 1/16" (.76 - 1.52 mm).
Ledger Blade
Bolts
Bottom view showing Ledger Blade Assembly
For fast and easy setting, use our chipper clearance setting gauge, available from your dealer (see
accessories).
8. Ensure you move ledger evenly.
9. Tighten ledger blade bolts as specified in the torque chart.
10. Recheck clearance setting.
Ledger
Loosen Nuts
Slotted Mounting
Holes
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7
TROUBLE SHOOTING
The Wallenstein BXC Chipper is designed with blades on a rotor to cut, shear and chip wooden material.
It is a simple and reliable system that requires minimal maintenance.
In the following section, we have listed many of the problems, causes and solutions to the problems that
you may encounter.
If you encounter a problem that is difficult to solve, even after having read through this trouble shooting
section, please call your local distributor or dealer. Before you call, please have this Operator's Manual
from your unit and serial number ready.
PROBLEM
CAUSE
Obstructed discharge.
Rotor does not turn
Slow feeding.
Clear debris from discharge chute.
CAUTION
Ensure machine is off
Rotor plugged.
Inspect and clear chipper hopper
lower rotor housing and rotor.
Ensure machine is off
Loose belt.
Follow tension adjustment
procedure and tighten belt.
Ensure machine is off
Brake Clutch spring
broken.
Remove belt shield and inspect
clutch spring.
Ensure machine is off, call
technician for repair
Broken belt.
Follow belt replacement procedure
and replace belt.
Ensure machine is off
Low engine speed.
Check that choke is off, and throttle
is set to maximum.
Blades and/or knives
are dull.
Rotate, sharpen or replace blade
and/or knives.
Ensure machine is off
Rotor blade angle
wrong, improper
angle.
Re-sharpen knives to specified
angle and check that blade is
installed properly.
Ensure machine is off
Collector bag full.
Detach and empty bag.
Ensure machine is off
Obstructed discharge.
Unusual vibration while
running.
SOLUTION
Clear debris from discharge chute.
Ensure machine is off
Broken or missing
blade or knife.
Replace broken/missing blade or
knife.
Ensure machine is off.
Rotor may be bent
Check rotor to see if it wobbles.
Replace rotor
Ensure machine is off, call
technician for repair
Twig Breaker may be
damaged
Inspect Twig Breaker, replace if
damaged.
Ensure machine is off.
Broken or missing
blade or knife.
Replace broken/missing blade or
knife.
Ensure machine is off.
Mulch too Course
Obstructed discharge.
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Clear debris from discharge chute.
Engaging drive too
quickly
Engage drive slowly, ensure
hoppers and rotor housing are
empty.
Collector bag full.
Detach and empty bag.
Feeding in too much
Ensure machine is off
Ensure machine is off
Twig Breaker may be
damaged
Inspect Twig Breaker, replace if
damaged.
Ensure machine is off.
Broken or missing
blade orCAUSE
knife.
Replace broken/missing blade or
knife.
SOLUTION
Ensure machine is off.
CAUTION
Mulch too Course
PROBLEM
Obstructed discharge.
Clear debris from discharge chute.
Ensure machine is off
Engaging drive too
Rotor plugged.
quickly
Engage drive slowly, ensure
Inspect and clear chipper hopper
hoppers and rotor housing are
lower rotor housing and rotor.
empty.
Ensure machine is off
Loose
belt.
Collector
bag full.
Follow tension adjustment
Detach and empty bag.
procedure and tighten belt.
Ensure machine is off
Brake
Clutch
Feeding
in toospring
much
broken.
material
Remove belt shield and inspect
Feed smaller amounts into hopper.
clutch spring.
Ensure machine is off, call
technician for repair
Machine requires excessive Feeding material too
Broken belt.
power or stalls.
quickly
Follow
belt replacement
procedure
Feed larger
material slowly
into
and
replace
belt.
chipper
hopper.
Ensure machine is off
Low
speed.
Rotorengine
plugged.
Check
is off, and
throttle
Inspectthat
andchoke
clear chipper
hopper
is
set to
maximum.
lower
rotor
housing and rotor.
Ensure machine is off
Blades
and/or knives
Green material
will
are
not dull.
discharge.
Rotate,
sharpentoordry
replace
blade
Allow material
or alternate
and/or
dry/wetknives.
material.
Ensure machine is off
Rotor blade angle
Chipper blade
wrong, improper
clearance too large.
angle.
Re-sharpen
knives
to specified
Set clearance
to 1/32
to 1/16 " (.76 anglemm).
and Use
check
that blade
is
1.52
chipper
clearance
installed
tool (see properly.
accessories)
Ensure machine is off
off.
Dull blades and/or
Collector bag full.
knives.
Rotate, sharpen or replace blade
Detach and empty bag.
and/or knives
Ensure machine is off
off.
Rotor does not turn
Slow feeding.
Engine related issues.
Refer to your engine instruction manual for specific trouble shooting instructions / requirements.
Clear debris from discharge chute.
Obstructed discharge.
Ensure machine is off
Broken or missing
blade or knife.
8SPECIFICATIONS
Unusual vibration while
running.
Replace broken/missing blade or
knife.
Ensure machine is off.
Check rotor to see if it wobbles.
Ensure machine is off, call
Rotor may be bentSPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
8.1MECHANICAL
Replace rotor
technician for repair
Mulch too Course
TwigMODEL
Breaker may be
damaged
Inspect Twig Breaker, replaceBXC32
if
Ensure machine is off.
damaged.
211cc Subaru SP210 - Gasoline
Broken or missing
blade or knife.
Replace broken/missing blade or
3600 RPM
knife.
ENGINE
ENGINE RPM - CONTINUOUS
DRIVE SYSTEM
Obstructed discharge.
NUMBER OF ROTOR BLADES
Engaging
drive too
BLADE
TYPE
quickly
ROTOR SIZE
Collector bag full.
ROTOR WEIGHT
Ensure machine is off.
Belt Drive Tensioner - Over center drive engage system
Clear debris from discharge chute.
Ensure machine is off
2 x Offset Rotor Position
Engage drive slowly, ensure
Reversable,
Hardened Tool Steel
hoppers and rotor
housing are
empty.
432mm diameter, balanced steel rotor
Detach and empty bag.
17.0"
12.7 KG
28.0 LBS
Ensure machine is off
Manual Feed, Hopper System
Feed smaller amounts into hopper.
76 mm Maximum Diameter
CHIPPER CAPACITY
3.0"
Machine requires excessive Feeding material too
FeedXlarger
material
into 457MM X 457MM Hopper Opening
102 mm
108 mm
Feedslowly
Opening,
HOPPER
SPECIFICATIONS
power or stalls.
quickly
chipper
4" Xhopper.
4.25" Feed Opening, 18" X 18" Hopper Opening
FEEDING
SYSTEM
Feeding
in too much
material
DISCHARGE TYPE
Rotor plugged.
DISCHARGE HOOD HEIGHT
GreenTYPE
material will
MACHINE
not discharge.
Blower Discharge with Positionable Deflector
Inspect and clear chipper hopper
Ensure machine is off
lower rotor housing and rotor.
660 mm
26.0"
Allow material
to dry or
alternate
Consumer
Yard
Equipment, Cart Chipper
dry/wet material.
Chipper blade
clearance too large.
Set clearance to 1/32 to 1/16 " (.76 1.52 mm). Use chipper clearance
tool (see accessories)
Ensure machine is off.
Dull blades and/or
knives.
Rotate, sharpen or replace blade
and/or knives
Ensure machine is off.
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8.2 BOLT TORQUE
CHECKING BOLT TORQUE
The tables shown below give correct torque values for various bolts and capscrews. Tighten all bolts to
the torques specified in chart unless otherwise noted. Check tightness of bolts periodically, using bolt
torque chart as a guide. Replace hardware with the same strength bolt.
Torque figures indicated above are valid for non-greased or non-oiled threads and heads unless otherwise specified. Therefore, do not grease or oil bolts or capscrews unless otherwise specified in this
manual. When using locking elements, increase torque values by 5%.
* Torque value for bolts and capscrews are identified by their head markings.
ENGLISH TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
Bolt Torque*
Bolt
SAE 5
SAE 2
SAE 8
Diameter
(N.m) (lb-ft) (N.m) (lb-ft) (N.m) (lb-ft)
"A"
1/4"
5/16"
3/8"
7/16"
1/2"
9/16"
5/8"
3/4"
7/8"
1"
8
13
27
41
61
95
128
225
230
345
6
10
20
30
45
60
95
165
170
225
12
25
45
72
110
155
215
390
570
850
9
19
33
53
80
115
160
290
420
630
17
36
63
100
155
220
305
540
880
1320
METRIC TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
Bolt Torque*
Bolt
10.9
8.8
Diameter
(N.m)
(lb-ft)
(N.m)
(lb-ft)
"A"
M3
M4
M5
M6
M8
M10
M12
M14
M16
M20
M24
M30
M36
38
.5
3
6
10
25
50
90
140
225
435
750
1495
2600
.4
2.2
4
7
18
37
66
103
166
321
553
1103
1917
1.8
4.5
9
15
35
70
125
200
310
610
1050
2100
3675
1.3
3.3
7
11
26
52
92
148
229
450
774
1550
2710
12
27
45
75
115
165
220
400
650
970
9ACCESSORIES
Call your dealer for pricing and availability
For replacement parts, go to www.embmfg.com and click on "Parts and Manuals" to download the latest
parts manual for you model chipper, then call your dealer to order.
#1012L269 LEDGER CLEARANCE
SETTING GAUGE
For BXC Cart Chipper
An easy and accurate way of setting the critical
clearances between the ledger blade and the rotor
chipper blade.
#1012L269
#Z99006 MULCH COLLECTOR BAG
For BXC Cart Chipper
An easy way to collect your mulch and distribute
it where its needed.
The mulch bag holds 2.7 cu.ft (28 litres) and is a
mildew resistant synthetic material. It is a porous
material, allowing air from the rotor to pass through
without restricting collection of the chips.
#Z99006 MULCH COLLECTOR BAG
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INDEX
A
L
ASABE���������������������������������������������������������������14
LEDGER������������������������������������2, 18, 29, 34, 38
BELT REPLACEMENT��������������������������������������32
MAINTENANCE LABELS������������������������������������5
BELT TENSION CHECK AND
MULCH COLLECTOR BAG����������������������� 25, 39
B
M
ADJUSTMENT���������������������������������������������������31
N
BOLT TORQUE��������������������������������������������������37
NEUTRAL POSITION����������������������������������������22
C
NEW SAFETY SIGNS����������������������������������������16
CAUTION�������������������������������������������������������������7
O
CLEARANCE 1/32 - 1/16" (.76 - 1.52 MM)�������34
OPERATOR ORIENTATION��������������������������������6
D
DANGER��������������������������������������������������������������7
ORIENTATION OF ROTOR BLADE������������������33
OSHA�����������������������������������������������������������������14
DIAMETER���������������������������������������������������������25
P
DISCHARGE CHUTE�����������������������������������������18
PPE������������������������������������ 8, 11, 15, 22, 23, 25
DRIVE BELT TENSION�������������������������������������31
PRODUCT LABELS��������������������������������������������5
DRIVE ENGAGE������������������������������������������������18
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DRIVE POSITION����������������������������������������������22
ROTATE CHIPPER ROTOR������������������������������33
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ROTOR BLADE�������������������������������������������������18
EMERGENCY STOPPING���������������������������������24
S
ENGINE GASOLINE������������������������������������������28
SAFE CONDITION�����������������10, 11, 12, 17, 19, ENGINE MANUFACTURERS OPERATOR'S
MANUAL������������������������������������������������������������20
25, 26, 28, 31, 32, 33, 34
ENGINE OIL�������������������������������������������������������28
SAFETY LABELS������������������������������������������������5
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FEED HOPPER��������������������������������������������������18
FIRE EXTINGUISHER��������������������������������������� 11
FIRST AID KIT��������������������������������������������������� 11
G
GREASE������������������������������������������������������������28
H
HARPEN THE BLADES������������������������������������33
HEARING LOSS������������������������������������������������ 11
HOOD DEFLECTOR������������������������������������������18
I
INFORMATIVE LABELS��������������������������������������5
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SAFETY���������������������������������������������������������������8
SAFETY NOTICE LABELS���������������������������������5
STORING LUBRICANTS�����������������������������������28
T
TWIG BREAKER�����������������������������������������������18
U
UP TO SPEED���������������������������������������������������25
V
V BELT #Z41164������������������������������������������������32
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WARNING������������������������������������������������������������7
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