PLATE COMPACTOR
PLATE COMPACTOR
MVC-40G/50G/88G/90G/98D
/F60/F70/F80
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
We thank you for selecting Mikasa
Vibration Compactor. For your safe
and proper operation, please read
this manual and be always sure to
keep it ready for reference.
402-03007
1) DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
2) Manufacturer’s name and address.
Mikasa Sangyo Co., Ltd.
1-4-3 Sarugaku-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan
3) Name and address of the person who keeps
the technical documentation.
Takao Itoh, engineer
R. & D. Division, Mikasa Sangyo Co., Ltd.
Shiraoka-machi, Saitama, Japan
4) Type: Vibratory Plates
5) model
6) Equipment item
number
7) power sorce
cont. output
8) Measured sound
power level(dB)
See NEXT PAGE for DETAILS
9) Guaranteed
sound power
level(dB)
10) Max. Sound
pressure
level(dB)
11) Conformity assessment according to Annex:
VIII (Full Quality Assurance procedure)
12) Name and address of the Notified Body
Société Nationale de Certification et d’Homologation (SNCH)
11, route de Luxembourg
L-5230 Sandweiler LUXEMBOURG
13) Related Directive
Directive 2000/14/EC relating to the noise emission in the
environment by equipment for use outdoors.
14) Declaration
The equipment refer in this document, fulfills with all the
requirements of the Directive 2000/14/EC
15) Other related Community Directives
98/37/EC, 89/336/EEC, 2002/88/EC
EN500-4, EN500-1
16) EC Conformity Certificate No:
e13*2000/14*2000/14*0472*00
Tokyo, Japan
Jan, 2007
Signed by:
Mikasa Sangyo Co., Ltd.
17) Place and date of the declaration
Keiichi YOSHIDA
Director, General Manager R&D Division
5) model
6) Equipment
item number
7) power sorce
cont. output
8) Measured
sound power
level(dB)
9) Guaranteed
sound power
level(dB)
10) Max. Sound
pressure
level(dB)
5) model
MVC-40G
MVC-50G
52062 52064
52065 52068
52069 52070
52043 52044
52045
Robin EH09-2D Robin EH12-2D
1.4kW
2.1kW
MVC-F60R
(VAS)
MVC-F60H
(VAS)
MVC-F70R
MVC-F70H
52184 52192
52198 52203
52221 52222
52191 52196
52218 52219
52529 52533
52538 52540
52543 52544
52530 52531
52532 52534
52546
Robin EX13
3.2kW
Honda GX120
2.9kW
Robin EX17
4.2kW
Honda GX160
4.0kW
97
99
100
101
102
102
105
105
105
105
105
105
87
90
89
89
91
91
MVC-F70H
MVC-F80R
(VAS)
MVC-F80H
(VAS)
MVC-88GE
(VAS)
MVC-88GH
(VAS)
MVC-98D
(VAS)
Robin EX17
4.2kW
52367 52370
52371 52373
52374 52391
52395 52396
Honda GX160
4.0kW
Yanmar L48A
3.5kW
102
102
104
104
105
105
105
105
108
94
94
94
94
96
6) Equipment
item number
52530 52531
52532 52534
52546
52567 52568
52569
52564 52565
52363 52383
52390
7) power sorce
cont. output
Honda GX160
4.0kW
Robin EX17
4.2kW
Honda GX160
4.0kW
102
104
105
91
8) Measured
sound power
level(dB)
9) Guaranteed
sound power
level(dB)
10) Max. Sound
pressure
level(dB)
Hand-Arm Vibration Level
Model
Ahv (m/sec 2)
MVC-40G
5.4
MVC-50G
6.9
MVC-F60H
7.3
MVC-F60R
7.0
MVC-F70H
5.8
MVC-F70R
6.3
MVC-F80H
6.7
MVC-F80R
7.0
MVC-88GH
4.7
MVC-88GE
4.8
MVC-98D
4.4
MVC-F60H VAS
MVC-F60R VAS
MVC-F80H VAS
MVC-F80R VAS
MVC-88GH VAS
MVC-88GE VAS
MVC-98D VAS
3.3
3.2
3.8
3.5
2.1
1.7
2.0
52385 52386
52387 52388
52389
Remarks
Vibration Level is in comply with EU Directive2002/44/EC
and the value is shown as 3 axix min. vibration level.
Test course ( Crushed gravel ) is in comply with EN500-4.
The above values are subject to change in case that the
machine is modified or/and the required regulations change.
2
mm
mm
Overall Height
Plate Size (W X L)
kN(kgf)
Centrifugal Force
Set R.P.M
rpm
cc
Lubricant capacity
Starting system
liters
liters
Fuel Tank Capacity
Max. Output
Model
Manufacturer
Power Source
V-Belt Size
Water tank capacity
Lubrication oil in
vibration case
cc
Hz(vpm)
Vibrating Frequency
Vibrating unit
m/min
Travelling Speed
Performance
Operating Weight
kg
mm
Overall Width
Weight
mm
Overall Length
Dimensions
Model
Robin
RPF3270
-
300
SAE 10W-30
10.1 (1030)
93 (5600)
25
12.0 (1220)
93 (5600)
25
81
12.0 (1220)
93 (5600)
25
81
510 x 420
860
420
905
MVC-F70H
13.7 (1400)
93 (5600)
25
87
( 90 )
570 x 450
860
( 1000 )
450
915
( 930 )
MVC-F80H
( VAS )
15.0 (1530)
100 (6000)
25
96
( 99 )
525 x 500
825
( 950 )
500
1100
( 1050 )
MVC-88GH
( VAS )
Robin
RPF3310
11
140
Honda
RPF3310
11
140
Robin
RPF3310
11
140
Honda
RPF3310
11
140
Honda
RPF3310
13
140
Honda
RPF3330
13
200
SAE 10W-30 SAE 10W-30 SAE 10W-30 SAE 10W-30 SAE 10W-30 SAE 10W-30
10.1 (1030)
93 (5600)
25
73
( 76 )
510 x 420
510 x 350
(570x350)
510 x 350
(570x350)
74
( 77 )
860
860
( 1000 )
860
( 1000 )
420
905
MVC-F70R
350
905
( 930 )
MVC-F60H
( VAS )
350
905
( 930 )
MVC-F60R
( VAS )
Robin
RPF3330
13
200
SAE 10W-30
15.0 (1530)
100 (6000)
25
98
525 x 500
825
500
1100
MVC-88GR
15.2 (1550)
96 (5800)
25
89.5
560 x 500
720
500
1160
MVC-90G
15.2 (1550)
97 (5800)
25
81
560 x 500
720
500
1160
MVC-90BG
15.0 (1530)
100 (6000)
25
108
(111)
525 x 500
825
( 950 )
500
1100
( 1050 )
MVC-98D
( VAS )
Robin
RPF3330
13
200
Robin
A-34
5 .3
140
Robin
A-33
-
140
Yammar
RPF3380
13
200
SAE 10W-30 SAE 10W-30 SAE 10W-30 SAE 10W-30
15.0 (1530)
100 (6000)
25
96
( 99 )
525 x 500
825
( 950 )
500
1100
( 1050 )
MVC-88GE
( VAS )
600
3 .6
2.6kW(3.5PS)
/4000min-1
600
2 .7
3.2kW(4.3PS)
/4000min-1
600
2 .5
2.9kW(4.0PS)
/4000min-1
600
3 .6
4.2kW(5.7PS)
/4000min-1
600
3 .6
4.0kW(5.5PS)
/4000min-1
600
3 .6
4.0kW(5.5PS)
/4000min-1
600
3 .6
4.0kW(5.5PS)
/4000min-1
600
3 .6
4.0kW(5.5PS)
/4000min-1
600
3.6
4.2kW(5.7PS)
/4000min-1
600
3 .8
3.7kW(5.0PS)
/3600min-1
600
3 .8
3.7kW(5.0PS)
/3600min-1
800
2 .4
3.5kW(4.7PS)
/3600min-1
4000
3600
3600
3600
3600
3600
3600
3600
3600
3600
3500
3500
3600
Recoil starting Recoil starting Recoil starting Recoil starting Recoil starting Recoil starting Recoil starting Recoil starting Recoil starting Recoil starting Recoil starting Recoil starting Recoil starting
300
1.5
2.1kW(2.8PS)
/4200min-1
EH09-2D (petrol) EH12-2D (petrol) EX13D (petrol) GX120 (petrol) EX17D (petrol) GX160 (petrol) GX160 (petrol) GX160 (petrol) EH17-2D (petrol) EX17D (petrol) EY20-3D (petrol)EY20-3D (petrol) L48AD(diesel)
Robin
RPF3270
-
300
SAE 10W-30
9.8 (1000)
97 (5800)
103 (6200)
7.2 (730)
25
25
59
460 x 345
420 x 290
46
920
345
865
MVC-50G
920
290
855
MVC-40G
SPECIFICATIONS
Plate Compactor
Application
Plate compactor is the machine that compacts the ground and it intends to make the
surface smooth, by transmitting vibration through vibrating plate, which power generated
from single rotor in vibrator case This machine is suitable for making the ground surface
smooth, such as leveling the soil and beaching, finishing the asphalt paving.
Warnings for incorrect application and abuse
This machine is hard to move forward on a soil with much water (especially clay soil). It is
not suitable for such application. This machine is difficult to level a ground include big
stones due to insufficient compacting force. Plate compactor is mainly applied for
compacting surface smooth and it is nor effective for jobs that requires heavy compaction.
In case of compacting ground deeply into lower layer, it is recommended to use Tamping
Rammer, Vibro Compactor and Vibration Roller which compacting force is rather effective.
Please use this compactor for compacting surface on soil, sediment, sand, beaching and
asphalt. It is not recommended for use this machine for athe other applications.
Structure
The upper part is made up of Power source, Handle, Belt Cover, Water Tank for sprinkling
and Guard hook which are fixed by Engine base. The Engine base is fixed on Vibrating
Plate by Shock absorbing Rubber. The lower part is made up of Vibrating plate and Vibrator
unit that has an Eccentric rotary shaft built in. The power source is transmitted from the
centrifugal clutch on engine output shaft to the Eccentric rotary shaft via V-elt.
Power Transfer
Air-cooled Single cylinder Engine is amounted as power source and Centrifugal Clutch is
fixed on engine output shaft. Petrol Engine (2 cycle, 4 cycle) and Diesel Gasoline Engine
can be mounted as option.
Centrifugal Clutch engages by running up the engine and engine R.P.M. is reduced to
suitable number for compacting. The rotation of engine is transmitted form V-pulley
integrated with Clutch drum to Vibrator pulley through V-belt.
Vibrator Pulley rotates Eccentric rotor shaft that is contained in Vibrator case. The
generated vibration created from eccentric rotor is transmitted to Compacting plate.
Vibration of Vibrating Plate carries the machine forward; the vibration with the weight of the
machine makes the compaction of the ground possible.
3
FOR SAFETY OPERATION
Foreword :
It is important to read this manual carefully so
that you will fully understand the operational
characteristics and performance of the plate
compactor. Proper maintenance procedures will
insure long life and top performance of the
unit.
Safety:
This section outlines basic safety procedures
that apply to the operation, maintenance and
adjustment of the Mikasa plate compactor. This
unit is designed as a powerful, productive
machine that should be operated with respect
and caution.
Misuse or carelessness can result in serious
injury or property damage, or both. Safety
precautions must be observed at all times.
This safety alert symbol identifies
important safety messages throughout
this manual and on the machine.
When you see this symbol, carefully read
the message that follows. Your safety is
at stake!
Operator Qualifications:
Before operating this equipment, an individual
should read this manual. Whenever possible,
he should be shown how to operate the unit by
an experienced operator. Inexperience is
hazardous in operating any machine or
attachment. Trial and error is not the way to
become familiar with a piece of equipment.
This is expensive, cuts equipment life and can
create machine downtime. Inexperience can
cause injury or death. The machine should not
be left unattended when operating.
General Safety:
CAUTION
Protection required. Wear hard hat,
shatterproof glasses, steel toed boots and
other protective devices required by job
conditions. Avoid jewelry or loose
clothing. These may catch on controls or
in moving parts and cause serious injury.
Starting Safety
CAUTION
Poisonous fumes. Start and operate only
in well ventilated area. Breathing
exhaust gases can result in sickness or
death.
4
Servicing Safety:
CAUTION
Flammable liquid. Stop engine and do
not smoke or allow work in immediate
area when refueling. Fire or explosion
could result from flames or sparks.
Moving parts. Shutdown engine before
performing service or maintenance.
Contact with moving parts can cause
serious injury.
High temperature. Allow machine and
engine to cool before performing service
or maintenance. Contact with hot
components can cause serious burns.
Engine
See engine operations manual
SHUTDOWN
EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN
Move throttle lever to"OFF" position and also turn
stop switch to "OFF'.
NORMAL SHUTDOWN
Move throttle lever quickly from "ON" to "OFF" and
run engine for 3 to 5 minutes at low speed. After
engine cools, turn stop switch to "OFF" position.
Close fuel shutoff valve.
1.Priorto operation
1-1.Make
sure that all dirt,mud,etc.,are
thoroughly removed from the unit prior to
operation. Special effort should be given to the
buttom face of the vibrating plate and those
areas adjacent to the cooling air inlet of engine,
carburetor, and air cleaner.
1-2 Check all bolts and screws for tightness and
make sure all bolts and screws are securely
tightened. Loose bolts and screws may cause
damage to the unit.
1-3 Check the V-be1t for tightness. The nomal slack
should be approximately 10-15mm(1/2")when
the belts are forcib1y depressed in the midd1e
position between the two sheaves.
If there is excess belt p1ay, there cou1d be a
decrease in the impact force or erratic
vibration, causing machine damage.
1-4 Check the engine oil level and if the engine oil
level is 1ow,it shou1d be refil1ed. Use the
proper motor oil as suggested in the table
be1ow.(Fig-1)
1-5 Remove the oil plug in the vibrator assembly
and check the oil level. Make sure the
compactor is level when checking. The oil level
should be up to the oil plug. Every month or
every 200 hours of operation, replace the oil.
(Fig - 2)
IMPORTANT:
Use the Motor oil SAE
When changing the oil,the old oil can be drained by
tipping the unit.
The oil will drain easily while it is hot.
1-6 A regular grade gasoline should be used in the
engine.
When filling the fuel tank, make sure the fuel
filter is used.
2. Caution
2-l Be careful with the operating place and
ventilation.
Avoid operating the machine in a closed room,
tunnel, or other badly ventilated places, since
its exhaust contains deadly poisonous carbon
monoxide. If the machine is employed
unavoidable operated in such a place,
discharge the exhaust outside the room by a
suitable means.
2-2 Be careful with the hot members.
Mufflers and other hot members are
dangerous. Do not touch them with unprepared
hand.
2-3 Observe with the following cautions when
transporting. Clamp fuel tank cap securely, and
turn the fuel valve OFF at the source during
transportation.
Drain gasoline from fuel tank before
transporting over a long distance or on rough
roads.
UPPER
LEVEL
OIL GAUGE
(OIL FILLER)
LOWER
LEVEL
Fig-1
Season or Temperature
Spring, Sumer or Autumn
+120°F to +40°F
Winter
+40°F to +15°F
Below+15°F
Grade of Motor oil
(higher than MS class)
SAE 30
SAE 20
SAE 10W-30
OIL LEVEL PLUG
MVC-F60,F70
Fig-2A
OIL LEVEL PLUG
MVC-88G
Fig-2B
2-4 Stop engine without fail before replenishing fuel
tank.
Never replenish gasoline while the engine is
running or remains hot otherwise spilled or
evaporated fuel is liable to catch fire from
engine sparks or muffler heat.
Wipe off spilled fuel , if any, before starting
engine.
Be careful not to spill fuel.
2-5 Keep inflammables away from the vicinity of
the exhaust port.
Be careful with gasoline match, straw and
other inflammables, since the exhaust port is
subjected to a high temperature.
5
3.Starting
Gasoline Engine
3-l Turn the STOP SWITCH clock-wise to the
position "I"(ON).
Fig.3
3-2 Open the fuel cock.
Fig.4
3-3 Set the speed control lever l/3 to 1/2 of the way
towards the high speed position
Fig.5
3-4 Close the choke lever.
・ If the engine is warm or the ambient
temperature is high, open the choke lever
half-way, or keep it fully open.
・If the engine is cold or the ambient temperature
is low, close the choke lever fully.
Fig.6
3-5 ・Pull the starter handle slowly until resistance
is felt. This is the "compression" point.
Return the handle to its original position and
pull swiftly.
・Do not pull out the rope all the way.
・After starting the engine, allow the starter
handle to return to its original position while
still holding the handle.
Fig.7
Diesel Engine
3-6 Turn the throttle lever to START position ( open
by about 30 degrees ) ( Fig-5-D )
3-7 Operate Starter
In case of recoil starter
By pulling the starter knob slowly, you will reach
such point where resistance become strong
( compression point ). By pulling it further, you
will find a point where resistance is reduced.
Return the knob but slowly return it original
position. ( Fig.7-D )
CAUTION
Do not pull the rope all the way and do not take
your hand off the pulled knob but slowly return it
original position.
3-8 After starting up the engine, be sure to perform
a warm up run for 2 to 3 minutes. This should
be performed without fail, particularly during
winter season. While doing this, check for
abnormal sound of gas leaking.
STOP SWITCH
I (ON)
O
(OFF)
Fig- 3
FUEL COCK
CLOSE
OPEN
Fig- 4
SPEED CONTROL LEVER
Fig- 5
CHOKE LEVER
Throttle lever
Open by
about
30 degrees
Fig- 6
RECOIL STARTER
Fig-5-D
Fig- 7
Fig-7-D
6
4.Operation
CHOKE LEVER
4-l As the engine warms up, gradually move the
choke lever to the OPEN position. (Fig-8)
4-2 Move the speed control lever from the LOW to
the HIGH position. When the engine speed
reaches approximately 2,300-2,600 RPM, the
centrifugal clutch engages. If the engine speed
increased very slowly, it is possible that the
clutch can slip. Do not operate the speed
control lever slowly. (Fig-9,lO)
OIL ALERT SYSTEM
The Oil Alert System is designed to prevent engine
damage caused by an insufficient amount of oil in
the crankcase. Befor the oil level in the crankcase
can fall below a safe limit, the Oil Alert System will
automatically stop the engine (the engine switch
will remain in the ON position).
NOTICE
If the engine stops and will not restart check the
engine oil level.
4-3 When compacting asphalt, it is advisable to
paint the bottom face of the vibrating plate
with diesel fuel.
This will assist in preventing the plate from
sticking to the as halt.
4-4 When shutting off the vibrator, turn the speed
control lever from the HIGH to LOW position.
Do not move the speed control lever slowly.
Fig-8
SPEED CONTROL LEVER
Fig-9
SPEED CONTROL LEVER
at handle
Fig-10
4-5 Water spring system
The water system will provide about 20
minutes sprinkling with the water cock in the
fully open position and the compactor operating
at full speed. Is is advisable to mix a small
amount of detergent or diesel fuel with the
water.
This will allow the water to flow easier.
5. Transportation
5-1 Be sure to stop the engine while transporting.
5-2 Screw up the fuel tank cap securely and close
the fuel valve to avoid fuel leaking.
5-3 In transportation by car, fix machine securely
not to move nor to fall down.
In case of driving for long distance or at
off-road, take out fuel from tank.
7
6.Shutdown
To stop the engine in an emergency, turn the stop
switch to the OFF position.
Under normal conditions, use the following
procedure:
SPEED CONTROL LEVER
6-l Set the speed control lever at the low speed
position and allow the engine to run at low
speed for 2 or 3 minutes before stopping.
6-2 Turn the stop switch to the OFF position
(Frg-12)
Fig-11
6-3 Close the fuel cock. (Fig-13)
6-4 If the water system was being used, close the
cock on the water tank.
ON
STOP SWITCH
7. Service & storage
CAUTION
Flammable liquid : Stop engine and do not
smoke or allow work in immediate area when
refueling. Fire or explosion could result from
flames or sparks.
Moving parts : Shutdown engine before
performing service or maintenance. Contact
with moving parts can cause serious injury.
High temperature:Allow machine and engine
to cool before performing service or
maintenance. Contact with hot components can
cause serious burns.
7-l Daily Service
A.Remove mud, dirt, etc.,from the unit.
B.Clean bottom face of the vibrating plate
C.Check the air cleaner element and clean if
necessary.
D.Check all nuts, bolts, and screws for tightness
and retighten as necessary.
7-2 Weekly Service
A.AIR CLEANER SERVICE (Fig-14)
Dirty air cleaner element will cause starting
difficulty, power loss, engine malfunctions, and
shorten engine life extremely.
Keep the air cleaner element clean.
● Urethane Foam Element
Remove the element and wash it in
kerosene or diesel fuel. Then saturate it in a
mixture of 3 parts kerosene or diesel fuel
and I part engine oil.
Squeeze the element to remove the mixture
and install it in the air cleaner.
● Urethane Foam Dual Structure
1.Clean the urethane foam in the same way as
described above.
2.Wash the element in kerosene or diesel fuel.
Saturate it in a mixture of 3 parts kerosene
or diesel fuel and 1 part engine oil. Shake
off excessive oil and reinstall.
8
OFF
Fig-12
FUEL COCK
Fig-13
AIR CLEANER
URETHANE FOAM
ELEMENT
Fig-14
B.Remove spark plug, clean and adjust the spark
plug gap to 0.6-0.7mm(0.02-0.03 in.). (Fig-15)
SPARK PLUG
C.Drain the motor oil of the engine and replace
with new specified oil. (Fig-16)
NOTE:When the engine is new, the first oil change must
be made after 20 hours of Operation.
7-3 Monthly Service
Change the Oil in the vibrator assembly.
7-4 Storage
When storing the compactor for long periods
after operation.
(0.02-0.03 in.)
Fig-15
MOTOR OIL
A.Thoroughly drain the fuel from the fuel tank
fuel pipe and carburetor.
B.Pour a few drops of motor oil into the cylinder
by removing the spark plug.
Rotate the engine several times by hand so that
the cylinder interior is covered with oil.
C.Clean the outer surface of the machine with an
oil moistened cloth. Cover the unit and store in
a humidity-free, dust-free area.
Fig-16
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