Owner`s Manual - Breaker Technology Inc

Owner`s Manual - Breaker Technology Inc
Hydraulic Shear
Owner’s Manual
SH EAGLE II SERIES
Operation and Parts
SH25R, SH50R, SH100R
SH180R, SH310R,
SH410R, SH550R,
SH700R, SH900R
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Introduction
To our customer
1
Introduction
To our customer
Thank you for purchasing a Breaker Technology (BTI) product for your
application. At BTI, we pride ourselves in the equipment we manufacture
and distribute.
BTI has led the way providing equipment and services for construction,
aggregate and mining industries for over 50 years. Technology plays a
critical role in the company’s continued success. BTI enjoys a reputation
for engineering products with the most advanced technologies, yet the
resulting systems are remarkably easy to use.
At BTI we believe our product is the industry standard, without
exception. Meticulous care has been taken to ensure that this product
will meet rigorous product requirements. Using up-to-date CAD
modelling software, complemented with finite element analysis, you can
be satisfied that our product will meet and exceed your prerequisites.
BTI has successfully registered our Thornbury facilities as ISO 9001:2008
compliant and to ISO 14001:2004, which is an internationally recognized
environmental management system. As always, BTI is committed to
continuous improvements translated into positive action.
We feel fortunate to say that our team consists of seasoned, longterm, dedicated employees. They are able to respond quickly from our
strategically located sales and service locations to any questions you may
have.
Canada & International
Phone (519) 599-2015 | (866) BTI-PART [284-7278] | Fax: (519) 599-6803
35 Elgin Street | P.O. Box 130 | Thornbury, Ontario, Canada N0H 2P0
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Western USA & Mexico
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Eastern USA
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Introduction
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Foreword
Foreword
This book is intended as a guide to the use and maintenance of the
BTI Hydraulic Shear. Keep it with the operator at all times. Replace it
immediately if it becomes lost.
BTI’s SH Series of hydraulic shears provide a powerful and efficient means
to cut steel beams and rebar, crush concrete, as well as pick up and sort
materials. Useful in scrap yards and demolition sites, the SH Series are highproduction, low-maintenance units.
BTI hydraulic shears can be installed on the excavator to replace the outer
stick boom as a second member, or by replacing the bucket as a third
member.
Shear installed as a Second Member.
Shear installed as a Third Member
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Introduction
Foreword
Contents
Introduction......................................................... 1
To our customer..............................................................................1
Foreword............................................................................................2
General Information............................................ 4
Product Identification Plate........................................................4
Specifications...................................................................................5
Decals..................................................................................................6
Sizing the Hydraulic Shear..........................................................8
Maximum Shearing Capacity.................................................. 10
Matching the Hydraulic Shear to an Excavator................. 11
3
Moveable Shank Assembly...................................................... 53
Rotation Control Assembly...................................................... 54
Cylinder Feed Assembly............................................................ 55
SH100R............................................................... 56
MAIN STRUCTURE ASSEMBLY.................................................. 56
Moveable Shank Assembly...................................................... 57
Cylinder and Rotation Feed Assembly................................. 58
Rotation Control Assembly...................................................... 59
Cylinder Feed Assembly............................................................ 60
SH180R............................................................... 61
General Safety Instructions...................................................... 13
Hazard Alerts................................................................................. 16
Transporting.................................................................................. 22
Main Structure Assembly.......................................................... 61
Moveable Shank Assembly...................................................... 62
Cylinder and Rotation Feed Assembly................................. 63
Rotation Control Assembly...................................................... 64
Cylinder Feed Assembly............................................................ 65
Speed Valve.................................................................................... 66
Installation......................................................... 23
SH310R............................................................... 67
Safety Rules........................................................ 13
Controls........................................................................................... 23
Installing as a Third Member................................................... 25
Installing as a Second Member.............................................. 25
Hydraulic Circuits......................................................................... 26
Speed Valve Schematic.............................................................. 27
Operation........................................................... 29
Start-up........................................................................................... 29
Suggestions for Efficient Operation...................................... 30
Typical Shear Production.......................................................... 30
Removal and Storage........................................ 31
Shear Removal.............................................................................. 31
Shear Storage................................................................................ 32
Maintenance...................................................... 33
General Information................................................................... 33
Tightening Thrust Block Screws............................................. 34
Maintenance of Play Take-up System................................... 34
Maintenance of Adjuster for Moveable Jaw...................... 35
Changing Oil in Rotation Gearbox........................................ 38
Cutting Blades............................................................................... 39
Build-up and Hard Facing Shear Jaw.................................... 40
Maintenance Schedule.............................................................. 43
Grease Specifications ............................................................... 45
Tightening Torques..................................................................... 46
Main Structure Assembly.......................................................... 67
Moveable Shank Assembly...................................................... 68
Cylinder and Rotation Feed Assembly................................. 69
Rotation Control Assembly...................................................... 70
Cylinder Feed Assembly............................................................ 71
Speed Valve.................................................................................... 72
SH410R............................................................... 73
Main Structure Assembly.......................................................... 73
Moveable Shank Assembly...................................................... 74
Cylinder and Rotation Feed Assembly................................. 75
Rotation Assembly...................................................................... 76
Cylinder Feed Assembly............................................................ 77
SH550R............................................................... 78
Main Structure Assembly.......................................................... 78
Moveable Shank Assembly...................................................... 79
Cylinder and Rotation Feed Assembly................................. 80
Rotation Assembly...................................................................... 81
Cylinder Feed Assembly............................................................ 82
SH700R............................................................... 83
Main Structure Assembly.......................................................... 83
Moveable Shank Assembly...................................................... 84
Cylinder and Rotation Feed Assembly................................. 85
Rotation Assembly...................................................................... 86
Cylinder Feed Assembly............................................................ 87
SH900R............................................................... 88
Parts
SH25R................................................................. 48
MAIN STRUCTURE ASSEMBLY.................................................. 48
MOVEABLE SHANK ASSEMBLY................................................ 49
ROTATION CONTROL ASSEMBLY............................................ 50
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY................................................................. 51
Main Structure Assembly.......................................................... 88
Moveable Shank Assembly...................................................... 89
Cylinder and Rotation Feed Assembly................................. 90
Rotation Assembly...................................................................... 91
Cylinder Feed Assembly............................................................ 92
Warranty............................................................. 93
SH50R................................................................. 52
MAIN STRUCTURE ASSEMBLY.................................................. 52
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Product Identification Plate
General Information
Product Identification Plate
Always state the product serial number (S.N.) as shown on the identification
tag below in any correspondence with BTI or any authorized customer service
center.
The tag is found in the right-hand side of the hydraulic shear frame.
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Specifications
5
Specifications
CUTTING
FORCE
PRIMARY
BLADE
OPEN /
CLOSE
SPEED
in
mm
tonne
Seconds
7.9
200
53.1
1 350
66
1.8/2.4
9.4
240
11.4
290
74.8
1 900
88
2.0/2.8
24-29
90-110
14.8
375
15.6
395
82.7
2000
138
3.0/2.4
4,641-5,076
320-350
40-53
150-200
17.5
445
20.7
525
106.3
2 700
198
2.6/1.9
6,504
2 950
4,641-5,076
320-350
53-66
200-250
22.2
565
24.8
630
129.9
3 300
286
4.3/2.5
28-39
39-50
9,701
4 400
4,641-5,076
320-350
66-79
250-300
26.4
670
28.3
720
145.7
3 700
413
5.0/4.0
SH550R
39-45
51-65
12,125
5 500
4,641-5,076
320-350
73-99
275-375
29.9
760
30.7
780
155.5
3 950
478
5.3/4.3
SH700R
45-60
70-90
16,315
7 400
4,641-5,076
320-350
132-159
500-600
32.7
830
33.1
840
169.3
4 300
552
4.8/2.8
SH900R
60-80
91-110
20,723
9 400
4,641-5,076
320-350
158-185
600-700
38.0
965
36.6
930
181.1
4 600
707
6.3/3.2
SPECIFICATION
RECOMMENDED
–2nd Member
CARRIER WEIGHT
–3rd Member
APPROXIMATE
SHEAR
WEIGHT
WORKING
PRESSURE
OIL FLOW
REQUIRED
A
OPENING
B
THROAT
TO TIP
C
REACH
UNITS
tonne
tonne
lb
kg
psi
bar
gpm
l/min
in
mm
in
mm
SH25R
2-4
4-6
750
340
2,901-3,626
200-250
16-26
60-100
7.7
195
SH50R
4-6
6-9
1,257
570
3,626-4,351
250-300
24-32
90-120
SH100R
7-10
13-17
2,425
980
3,626-4,351
250-300
SH180R
14-18
18-27
4,189
1 900
SH310R
20-28
28-39
SH410R
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Decals
Decals
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Decals
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1.
A – Attachment opening.
2.
C – Attachment closing.
3.
WARNING
Read the Owner’s Manual.
4.
Beware of high-pressure fluids.
5.
Consult the owner’s manual.
6.
Lift point.
7.
WARNING
Beware of Flying Objects.
8.
WARNING
Keep Safety Distance of 65 ft (20 m).
9.
DANGER
Oil temperature warning. Hydraulic oil can reach very high
temperatures and can burn the skin. Allow machine to cool before
servicing.
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Sizing the Hydraulic Shear
Sizing the Hydraulic Shear
The Hydraulic shear must be sized properly for the work it will need to do and
the carrier it will be mounted to.
Based on type of work
This is the most important item to consider when sizing a shear–what it will
need to do! Please refer to page 10 (Cutting Table) to assist in deciding
what shear will be required for the application.
Consideration must be given to the duty cycle. With continuous operation, it
would be recommended to go up one size above the selected model. This will
provide a long-term benefit of lower maintenance and higher productivity.
Applications where the shear will only be operated part of the time can be
sized according to the material it will need to process.
Based on the carrier size
The carrier that is selected to operate the shear must have the necessary oil
flow and lift capacity to safely handle the attachment plus any material that
may be held in the jaw. BTI has assigned a recommended Carrier Weight
range for 2nd and 3rd member installation for each shear (see page 9). If
the operating weight of the carrier falls within this range, the carrier will safely
handle this model. If the desired shear falls outside of this recommended
carrier weight range, the carrier’s lifting capacity and oil flow will need to be
verified to ensure a proper fit.
Lifting Capacity: the maximum lifting capacity of the carrier at any position
must be equal to or greater than 1.3 times the weight of the Shear. Please
consult the lifting specification of the excavator for third member information
and consult the manufacturer for lifting capacity for second member
installations. The maximum lifting capacity is usually at the lowest when the
boom is at full reach. This is the value that must be compared to the operating
weight of the shear.
Oil Flow: a required oil flow range is specified for each shear. Oil flow within
this range is adequate for operation. However, for maximum cycle time the
carrier should be capable of providing the maximum required flow. Compare
the maximum oil flow requirement of the shear with the oil flow capacity
of the carrier. It may be necessary to combine the flow from two pumps in
order to provide the required amount. Remember each shear will require an
additional low flow circuit to operate the hydraulic rotation motor.
Refer to the following page outlining the recommended carrier weight range
for all the BTI Shear models.
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Carrier Weight Range
Find the carrier weight at the top of the chart. Follow this line down to
intersect with the suggested carrier weight range for each shear model (gray
bars). If the operating weight of the carrier falls within this range, the carrier
will safely handle this model.
The shear can be installed as a second member by replacing the outer stick
boom, or as a third member by replacing the bucket.
90 100 110
2-4
4-6
4-6
6-9
7-10
13-17
14-18
18-27
20-28
28-39
28-39
39-50
39-45
51-65
45-60
70-9066-9066-9066-90
60-80
91-110
90 100 110
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Maximum Shearing Capacity
Maximum Shearing Capacity
Imperial Sizes (inches)
Rod
Tube
IPE
Section
Number
SH25R
1-1/2''
4-1/2''X1/8''
4.7''X2.1''
—
1/4''
L4''X3/8''
SH50R
2''
—
—
3.8''X3.9''
5/16''
L4.7''X3/8''
Model
HEA
Section
Number
Plate
L
Profile
SH100R
2-1/8’’
—
7.9’’X3.9’’
4.5’’X4.7’
3/8’’
L4.7’’X3/8’
SH180R
2-3/8''
—
10.6''X5.3''
4.5''X5.5''
1/2''
L4.7''X1/2''
SH310R
2-3/4''
—
11.8''X5.9''
7.5''X7.9''
5/8''
—
SH410R
3-1/2''
—
17.7''X7.5''
12.2''X11.8''
3/4''
L7.9''X1''
SH550R
3-3/4''
—
19.7''X7.9''
13.8''X11.8''
7/8''
L8.7''X1''
SH700R
4-3/4''
—
23.6X8.7''
15.3''X11.8''
1''
L9.4''X1''
SH900R
5-3/4''
—
35.4X11.8''
23.6''X11.8''
1-3/8''
—
IPE
Section
Number
HEA
Section
Number
Plate
L
Profile
Metric Sizes (mm)
Model
Rod
Tube
SH25R
40
114x4
120
(120x55)
—
6
100x10
SH50R
50
—
—
100
(96x100)
8
120x10
SH100R
55
—
200
(200x100)
120
(114x120)
10
120x10
SH180R
60
—
270
(270x135)
140
(114x140)
12
120x12
SH310R
70
—
300
(300x150)
200
(190x200)
14
—
SH410R
90
—
450
(450x190)
320
(310x300)
20
200x24
SH550R
100
—
500
(500x200)
360
(350x300)
22
220x24
SH700R
120
—
600
(600x220)
400
(390x300)
25
240x24
SH900R
150
—
900
(900x300)
600
(600x300)
35
—
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Matching the Hydraulic Shear to an Excavator
CAUTION
To avoid subjecting the attachment to excessive stresses, do not fit the
hydraulic shear to excavators with an operating mass exceeding the
values shown in the Carrier Weight Range chart on page 8.
For installations that do not comply with the criteria shown, contact your BTI
representative to carry out any verification necessary to ensure the safety of
the combination.
WARNING
This condition guarantees the stability of the excavator ONLY when
working on a firm, level, supported horizontal surface.
Shear Installed as a Third Member
Perform the following to verify excavator stability:
1) Obtain the minimum value of the lifting capacity through 360 degrees,
calculated according to ISO 10567-92 or SAE/‌Std. N_‌J1097 or DIN 15019
standards reported in the excavator’s technical data.
2) Calculate LCmin
The excavator’s lifting capacity may be calculated with the bucket
mounted or removed. Consult the excavator’s technical data plate.
If the excavator’s lifting capacity is determined with the bucket mounted,
the LCmin is calculated by adding the bucket’s weight to the lifting
capacity.
If the excavator’s lifting capacity is determined at the bucket pin, without
the bucket, bucket cylinder, bucket linkage and guide linkage, LCmin is
calculated by subtracting the weight of the bucket cylinder, guide linkage
and bucket linkage from the lifting capacity.
3) Obtain the mass M of the shear, given on the identification tag.
4) Apply a correction factor K to the shear mass which takes into
consideration the overhang beyond bucket pivot.
For shears K=1.2
Verify:
¯¯<,,,,,
Attachment weight (M) multiplied by the attachment correction factor (K) is
less than or equal to minimum lifting capacity (LCmin) of the excavator.
M X K ≤ LCmin?
YES
The attachment can be fitted
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The attachment cannot be fitted
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Matching the Hydraulic Shear to an Excavator
Shear Installed as a Second Member
1) Obtain the minimum value of the lifting capacity through 360 degrees,
calculated according to ISO 10567-92 or SAE/‌Std. N_‌J1097 or DIN 15019
standards reported in the excavator’s technical data.
2) Calculate LCmin
The excavator’s lifting capacity may be calculated with the bucket
mounted or removed. Consult the excavator’s technical data plate.
If the excavator’s lifting capacity is determined with the bucket mounted,
the LCmin is calculated by adding the bucket’s weight to the lifting
capacity.
If the excavator’s lifting capacity is determined at the bucket pin, without
the bucket, bucket cylinder, bucket linkage and guide linkage, LCmin is
calculated by subtracting the weight of the bucket cylinder, guide linkage
and bucket linkage from the lifting capacity.
3) Obtain the mass M of the shear reported on the identification tag.
4) Gather the following information from the excavator’s technical data
plate:
a) lb: Length of the boom (for two piece boom, lb is the sum of the length
of the two pieces).
b) Is: length of the stick which the shear is to be mounted.
c) Ms: total mass of the stick, of the bucket cylinder, bucket linkage and
guide linkage.
5) Obtain value C – Reach from the table on page 5 .
This is your shear’s C dimension.
Verify:
LCmin X (lb + ls) +Ms X (lb + Is/2)
lb + C + 2
YES
The attachment can be fitted
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The attachment cannot be fitted
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General Safety Instructions
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Safety Rules
General Safety Instructions
Safety begins with the operator. Reading and understanding this Owner’s
Manual is the primary source in maintaining optimum performance from the
Hydraulic shear. It is imperative that the operator reads and understands all
the safety information in this manual before proceeding.
BTI cannot anticipate every possible circumstance that might involve a
hazard. The hazard alerts in this publication and on the product are therefore
not all inclusive. If a tool, procedure, work method, or operating technique
not specifically recommended by BTI is used, you must satisfy yourself that
it is safe for you and others. You should also ensure the hydraulic shear will
not be damaged or made unsafe by the operation, maintenance, or repair
procedures you choose.
Make sure all decals are in good condition, and new components are labeled
correctly. Contact your distributor or BTI for replacement manuals or decals.
Safety Alert Symbol
The symbol above appears at various points in the manual together with
warning text. It means – be alert! Your safety is involved. This symbol is used
throughout the manual to call attention to areas in which carelessness or
failure to follow specific procedures may result in personal injury and/or
component damage or malfunction.
It is the obligation of the operator to make sure that all warning decals are in
place on the machine and that they are readable. Accidents may otherwise
occur.
Hazard Levels
DANGER
Immediate hazards which WILL result in severe personal injury or death.
WARNING
Hazards or unsafe practices that COULD result in severe personal injury
or death.
CAUTION
Hazards or unsafe practices that COULD result in minor personal injury
or property damage.
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General Safety Instructions
Personal Protection
WARNING
Know and use the protective equipment that is to be worn when
operating or servicing the carrier. Hard hats, protective glasses,
protective shoes, gloves, reflector type vests and ear protection are
types of equipment that may be required.
Head
Protection
Foot
Protection
Eye
Protection
Hearing
Protection
WARNING
Avoid loose fitting clothing, loose or uncovered long hair, jewelry, and
loose personal articles. These can get caught in moving parts. Jewelry
may also ground a live circuit.
• Do not operate or service the attachment unless you are qualified to do
so.
• Never drive or operate any carrier while you are under the influence of
alcohol or drugs.
• Consult your supervisor if you do not understand the hydraulic shear
Owner’s Manual.
• Consult your carrier’s safety manual and follow the rules outlined in it.
Machine Inspection
Before using the hydraulic shear, complete a daily walk-around to identify any
broken parts. Pay special attention to hoses and electrical connections. Make
repairs immediately.
• Never adjust a pressure relief valve or other pressure-limiting device to a
higher pressure than specified.
• Check to make sure hydraulic hoses are not worn or damaged, and are
routed to avoid chafing.
• Replace any hydraulic hose immediately that shows signs of swelling,
wear, leaks or damage before it bursts.
• Residual pressure may remain in the hydraulic system. Relieve all pressure
before disconnecting hoses or tubes. Tighten all connections before
applying pressure.
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Avoid high-pressure Fluids
WARNING
Fluid escaping under pressure can penetrate the skin causing serious
injury. Relieve all pressure before disconnecting hoses. Do not use your
hand to check for leaks. Use a piece of cardboard.
• If skin penetration occurs, seek medical attention immediately.
• Always wear eye protection when working on the hydraulic system.
• Do not bend or strike high-pressure lines, tubes or hoses, or reinstall
them in a bent or damaged condition.
• Leaking hoses must be replaced immediately. Clean up all oil spills.
Avoid Unauthorized Machine Modifications
• Never substitute alternate parts not intended for the application. This can
create hazardous situations or machine failure.
• BTI Engineering must approve all attachment modifications. They could
affect reliability and machine stability.
Prevent Unintended Machine Movement
Stop engine before allowing anyone to approach machine. Be careful not to
accidentally actuate control levers when co-workers are present.
Prepare for Emergencies
Keep a first aid kit and multi-purpose fire extinguisher on or near the
machine. Know how to use them and know where to get help.
Prevent combustible debris from collecting in tight corners of the machine.
This debris by itself may not cause a fire; however, when mixed with fuel, oil,
or grease in a hot or confined space, the danger of fire increases dramatically.
Working on Painted Surfaces
Heated paint gives off poisonous gases. Therefore, paint must be removed
from an area with a radius of at least 4 in (10 cm) before carrying out welding,
grinding or gas cutting. In addition to the health hazard, if the paint is not
removed, the weld will be of inferior quality and strength that could cause the
weld to eventually break.
Methods and precautionary measures when removing paint
Blasting – use respiratory protective equipment and protective goggles.
Paint remover or other chemicals – use a portable air extractor, respiratory
protective equipment and protective gloves.
Grinding – use a portable air extractor, respiratory protective equipment and
protective gloves and goggles.
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Hazard Alerts
Hazard Alerts
WARNING
The hydraulic shear should only be mounted to excavators whose lifting
capacity is greater than the minimum value shown in “Carrier Weight
Range” on page 9 of this Owner’s Manual.
WARNING
When working overhead, always be aware of the possibility of falling
material fragments. Ensure that the machine is equipped with the
necessary protection and that the cab is of the F.O.P.S. (Falling Object
Protective Structure) type.
WARNING
Keep a minimum distance of 65 ft (20 m) from the excavator operating
area.
Protect bystanders from the working area to prevent injuries. Proceed
carefully when moving the excavator.
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WARNING
The hydraulic shear must only be used by a skilled operator who has read
and understood the Owner’s Manual.
WARNING
Do not allow any unauthorized person to operate or carry out any type of
maintenance.
WARNING
In any dangerous situation, the operator must release the hydraulic
shear grip immediately.
WARNING
Do not move or cut material overhead above other people or other
working machines.
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Hazard Alerts
WARNING
Do not use the shear to execute maneuvers other than the hydraulic
opening and closing of the jaws. Reposition if necessary.
WARNING
The hydraulic shear must be used only on the condition that it has been
installed correctly using the attachment bracket and pins.
WARNING
Do not use the hydraulic shear for lifting, hammering, or transporting
materials.
WARNING
If the hydraulic shear becomes entangled in the reinforcement bars of
the structure being demolished, free it before proceeding.
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WARNING
Do not use the hydraulic shear for lifting or for extracting pieces driven
in the ground.
WARNING
Do not begin demolition work from lower parts of a structure. The upper
part could collapse.
WARNING
Do not use the hydraulic shear to hammer against the structure being
demolished.
WARNING
The excavator boom must be moved safely with slow, accurate
movements. Avoid sudden movements.
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Hazard Alerts
WARNING
Do not use the hydraulic shear to:
– Pull
– Push
– Push sideways
– Hammer
– Strike
WARNING
Ensure that the structure supporting your machine is strong enough to
support it’s weight.
Danger of falling!
WARNING
Stay a minimum of 30 ft (9,1 m) away from overhead wires with any part
of the machine.
WARNING
Make sure there are no high-pressure fluid or gas lines in the operating
area that could become damaged during the demolition.
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WARNING
Do not cut rails, hardened steel or castings. Flying chips of material can
cause injury.
WARNING
Before cutting thin material, ensure the shear’s blades are in good
condition and that the play between the blades is correct, otherwise
material will get stuck between them.
WARNING
Before performing any maintenance, adjustment, or cleaning procedure
on the attachment, lower it to the ground, turn the engine OFF and
release any residual hydraulic pressure in the circuit. Release residual
hydraulic oil pressure by actuating the shear rotation function, and the
jaw open and close functions. De-pressurize the oil reservoir by
loosening the reservoir cap.
Fasten a “DO NOT OPERATE” or similar tag in the cab.
WARNING
During cleaning, assembly, disassembly, maintenance or transportation,
place the shear in a stable position and prevent rotation with locking
pins. Unintentional movement of parts can be prevented with ties,
supports, blocks etc.
WARNING
Maintenance of the shear thrust bearing must only be performed by an
authorized technician using a torque wrench.
WARNING
For hydraulic connections use only hoses and fittings that conform to
standards SAEJ517 or DIN20066 for the specified pressure.
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Transporting
WARNING
Oils can reach high temperature. Before any cleaning or maintenance,
wait for the oil to cool.
WARNING
No adaptations or modifications to the hydraulic shear are allowed
unless agreed upon by the manufacturer. Written approval must be
received beforehand.
Check the carrier owner’s manual before welding. Further precautions
may be required.
WARNING
Cutters can be very hot, allow them to cool before carrying out any
maintenance.
CAUTION
Use only original BTI spare parts.
Transporting
The hydraulic shear may be shipped on a skid or in a crate, depending on the
destination and the customer requirement.
WARNING
For lifting and transporting to the installation site, use adequate sling
ropes or a fork lift.
Note component weight on identification tag, on outside of crate, or refer to
Specifications on page 22.
• Use proper slinging procedures.
• Keep a copy of the Owner’s Manual in the machine cab for use by
the operator. If additional copies are required, contact your BTI
representative.
WARNING
Lift the hydraulic shear with sling ropes of suitable capacity at the correct
lift points.
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Installation
Controls
Before installing the shear on the excavator, ensure the excavator controls for
shear rotation and jaw opening/closing meet the following requirements.
The controls should be:
– Clearly visible, separate and suitably marked.
– Arranged to provide clear, safe operation.
– Designed to ensure machine movements are synchronized with the
command action given.
– Designed to ensure all actions take place intentionally.
– Arranged for the operator to ensure no person is within the danger area.
– Fitted with a “dead man stick” which when released cuts off the energy
supply to the drive parts and stops all moving parts.
IMPORTANT! Attachment hydraulic hoses provided by the customer and
must meet SAE J517 or DIN 20066 standards for high-pressure hydraulic
hoses and hose ends.
CAUTION
Make sure the hose fittings are clean and dust-free. Any dirt in the
fittings may cause the shear to seize and damage the hydraulic motor.
Connect the excavator hoses to the shear according to the punched letters
marked on the ports blocks.
Fasten them to the machine tightening all screws and fittings. See the label
placed on the shear attachment bracket and the table below.
Hose Installation Table
Port
Marking
A
(Opening)
Function
SH25R
SH50R
SH100R
SH180R
SH310R
SH410R
SH550R
SH700R
SH900R
Type of Fitting
3/4''
BSPP
250 bar
1/2'' 4SP
DIN 20023
1/2''
BSPP
300 bar
1/2'' 4SP
DIN 20023
3/4’’ SAE
6000 psi
300 bar
3/4’’ 4SH
DIN 20023
1'' SAE
6000 psi
350 bar
1'' 4SH
DIN 20023
1'' SAE
6000 psi
350 bar
1’’ 4SH
DIN 20023
1-1/4'' SAE
6000 psi
350 bar
1-1/4’’ 4SH
DIN 20023
1-1/4'' SAE
6000 psi
350 bar
1-1/4’’ 4SH
DIN 20023
1-1/2’’ SAE
6000 psi
350 bar
1-1/2’’ 4SH
DIN 20023
1-1/2’’ SAE
6000 psi
350 bar
1-1/2’’ 4SH
DIN 20023
3/4''
BSPP
250 bar
1/2'' 4SP
DIN 20023
1/2''
BSPP
300 bar
1/2'' 4SP
DIN 20023
3/4’’ SAE
6000 psi
300 bar
3/4’’ 4SH
DIN 20023
1'' SAE
6000 psi
350 bar
1'' 4SH
DIN 20023
1'' SAE
6000 psi
350 bar
1'' 4SH
DIN 20023
1-1/4’’ SAE
6000 psi
350 bar
1-1/4’’ 4SH
DIN 20023
1-1/4’’ SAE
6000 psi
350 bar
1-1/4’’ 4SH
DIN 20023
1-1/2” SAE
6000 psi
350 bar
1-1/2’’ 4SH
DIN 20023
1-1/2’’ SAE
6000 psi
350 bar
1-1/2’’ 4SH
DIN 20023
1/2''
BSPP
200 bar
1/2'' 4SP
DIN 20023
1/2''
BSPP
100 bar
1/2'' 4SP
DIN 20023
1/2’’
BSPP
100 bar
1/2’’ 4SP
DIN 20023
1/2''
BSPP
100 bar
1/2'' 4SP
DIN 20023
1/2''
BSPP
115 bar
1/2'' 4SP
DIN 20023
1/2''
BSPP
115 bar
1/2'' 4SP
DIN 20023
1/2''
BSPP
115 bar
1/2'' 4SP
DIN 20023
1/2”
BSPP
150 bar
1/2’’ 4SP
DIN 20023
1/2”
BSPP
150 bar
1/2’’ 4SP
DIN 20023
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1/4''
BSPP
1/4'' 1ST
DIN 20022
1/4''
BSPP
1/4'' 1ST
DIN 20022
1/4''
BSPP
1/4'' 1ST
DIN 20022
1/4’’
BSPP
1/4’’ 1ST
DIN 20022
1/4’’
BSPP
1/4’’ 1ST
DIN 20022
Max. Pressure
Hose Size
Type of Fitting
C
(Closing)
Max. Pressure
Hose Size
Type of Fitting
R
(Rotation)
Max. Pressure
Hose Size
T
Type of Fitting
(Hyd. motor
drain)
Hose Size
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Controls
Drain line port
CAUTION
Connect a drain line from the hydraulic rotation motor to the tank if
motor back pressure is greater than 218 psi (15 bar) during operation. If
the back pressure on the drainage branch is not greater than 218 psi (15
bar) during operation, the hydraulic rotation motor can operate with the
drain line port blocked.
Upon initial installation, check the back pressure value on the return branch of
the rotation circuit. Connect a gauge in the motor case drain line port on the
top of the motor (as shown in the illustration).
Plug of drainage outlet (G 1/4'')
Activate the hydraulic rotation in both directions. If the back pressure
measured is greater than 218 psi (15 bar), connect a motor case drain line to
tank.
CAUTION
If the ''open'' and ''close'' lines have two different pressures, connect the
line with the highest pressure to connection fitting ''C''. Connect the
lower pressure line to connection fitting ''A''. This will provide the
maximum cutting force.
Be sure the pressure values do not exceed those shown in the Hose
Installation Table page 23.
WARNING
It is advisable to provide a clearly marked device in the shear control
circuit that will enable the circuit to be isolated from its energy source
and allow the discharge of residual oil pressure. This device will
overcome the risk of releasing high-pressure oil jets during dismantling.
In the absence of this device, release residual hydraulic oil pressure
by actuating the shear rotation function, and the jaw open and close
functions. De-pressurize the oil reservoir by loosening the reservoir cap.
Perform this operation before attempting any maintenance procedure.
CAUTION
Placing a non-return valve in the hydraulic circuit can avoid undesired
movements in the event of system pressure loss.
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Installing as a Third Member
– Remove the split pins and rotation stop pins, used in shipping the shear.
– Clean the inner surfaces of the shear attachment bracket with a cloth
– Draw near the excavator inserting the STICK into the shear attachment
bracket.
– Carefully clean any dirt from the pins and bushing. Insert the bucket pin
checking its alignment and fastening it with the appropriate safety device
(screws, split pins etc.).
Move the cylinder to line up the hole of the connecting rod with the second
attachment hole and insert the pin fastening it with its appropriate safety
device.
CAUTION
Do not force the pin; re-check its alignment instead.
Installing as a Second Member
– Remove the split pins and take out the rotation stop pins used in shipping.
– Clean the inner surfaces of the shear attachment bracket with a cloth.
– Draw the excavator near inserting the BOOM into the shear attachment
bracket.
– Carefully clean any dirt from the pins and the bushing. Insert the pins
checking the alignment and fastening it with the appropriate safety device
(screws, split pins etc.).
Move the cylinder to line up the hole of the cylinder rod with the second
attachment hole and insert the pin fastening it with its appropriate safety
device.
CAUTION
Do not force the pin; re-check its alignment instead.
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Hydraulic Circuits
Hydraulic Circuits
Hydraulic demolition attachments require hydraulic flow and pressure in two
directions (bidirectional flow). They need oil to extend and retract hydraulic
cylinders.
The SH series Shears use a single hydraulic cylinder and a separate rotate
circuit to operate the hydraulic motor for rotation.
Carrier with Auxiliary Circuit
The carrier will quite often be equipped with an auxiliary control valve that
can be used to control the supply of oil. Figure 1 below shows a typical
auxiliary circuit.
Figure 1: Carrier with Auxiliary Circuit
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Carrier without Auxiliary Circuit
If the carrier is not equipped with an auxiliary control valve, an additional
circuit must be added using a priority flow control and/or a bidirectional
valve. Figure 3 below shows a typical circuit without an auxiliary control valve.
Please consult your BTI service representative for more details.
Figure 3: Carrier without Auxiliary Circuit and Rotation
Speed Valve Schematic
JAW OPENING
Jaw opening
The oil is pumped from the carrier and enters the valve through the V1 port.
The oil bypasses Valve 3 and flows out the C1 port into the rod side of the
cylinder. A small amount of pilot oil flows through the pilot passage and holds
Valve 4 in the closed position. When the cylinder retracts, this causes return
oil to flow out of the head side of cylinder and into the C2 port of the valve
and directly out the V2 port and returns to tank.
C2
C1
MC1
4
3
2
MV2
MV1
1
V2
V1
M
EXCAVATOR
7030-OB SPEED VALVE
10074
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Speed Valve Schematic
Jaw Closing With No Load:
JAW CLOSING (NO LOAD)
C2
C1
MC1
4
3
Oil is pumped from the carrier into the V2 port of the speed valve. Oil passes
directly through to the port C2 and enters the head side of the cylinder. A
small amount of this oil flows through the pilot passage and holds valve 4
in the open position. This causes the oil flowing out of the rod side of the
cylinder to flow through valve 4 to join the input oil flowing out C2 port and
right back in the head side of the cylinder causing it to close faster. As long as
the oil pressure stays below the set pressure, valve 3 will stay closed and no
oil will be returned to the tank.
2
MV2
MV1
1
V2
V1
M
EXCAVATOR
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PRESSURE OIL
10075
JAW CLOSING (UNDER LOAD)
C2
C1
MC1
4
2
MV1
1
V2
V1
Oil is pumped from the carrier into the V2 port of the valve. Oil passes directly
through the valve and out the C2 port into the head side of the cylinder. A
small amount of this oil flows through the pilot passage and because the
cylinder is under load, the oil pressure raises to above set pressure which
causes valve 3 to open. The pressure stops flow of oil back to the head side of
the cylinder and the oil from the rod side of the cylinder returns to tank. This
causes the jaw to close slower but with more closing power.
Cross Over Port Relief Protection:
3
MV2
Jaw Closing Under Load:
Valves 1 and 2 are cross over port relief protection valves to protect the circuit
if the jaw was to be forced open or closed. If the jaw is forced either way, the
pressure will rise. Once the oil in either side rises above the set pressure, the
valve will open, relieving the pressure and returning some oil to tank.
M
EXCAVATOR
7030-OB SPEED VALVE
10076
RETURN OIL
PRESSURE OIL
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Operation
Start-up
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Operation
Start-up
CAUTION
Start up the excavator, slowly turning up the hydraulic pressure to avoid
sudden movements until reaching the maximum working pressure. This
pressure must be in accordance with specifications as marked on the
shear’s identification tag.
With the motor idling, perform the following:
• Open the shear one quarter of the way and re-close.
• Open halfway and re-close.
• Open 3/4 of the way and re-close.
• Finally, open completely and re-close.
Open and close the shear 5 or 6 times to ensure there are no leaks in the
hydraulic system. Before using the shear for demolition work, take the
machine to an open space free of obstacles and people and practice several
dry cycles in order to become familiar with the attachment.
First time use
Before using the hydraulic shear for demolition work, take the machine to an
open space free of obstacles (and people) and practice several dry cycles in
order to become familiar with the attachment.
During demolition work, position the shear with the help of the hydraulic
rotation to always ensure the correct cutting angle. To cut the material, use
only the shear cylinder force without trying to pull out the material with the
excavator stick. If necessary, reposition the shear.
• When carrying out demolition work, position the shear using hydraulic
rotation (2).
• Ensure the correct angle of penetration (1).
• Do not tear the material using the excavator arm (3). If necessary, reposition the shear.
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Suggestions for Efficient Operation
Suggestions for Efficient Operation
Open the jaws of the shear and place the fixed jaw on the metal to be cut. The
metal should lie 90 degrees to the cutting edges for best results.
• Close the movable jaw on the metal.
• Continue closing until the metal has been cut.
• If the shear does not cut through the metal, reposition the jaw and take a
smaller bite.
When cutting thin metal or wire, take extra care to maintain a sharp cutting
edge. The clearance between cutting blades should not exceed .020'' (0,5
mm). See Maintenance section, page 30 for details.
CAUTION
Do not hit the shear against the ground to dislodge an obstruction.
Use a pry bar or cutting torch and after it is free check cutting edge alignment.
Do not put external force on the shear while cutting.
Typical Shear Production
The shearing production depends on the profile and size of the material to be
cut. Refer to cutting tables on page 10.
The hardness and type of the metal will be a large factor in cutting, and
especially affects the wear of the cutting blades.
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Shear Removal
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Removal and Storage
Shear Removal
• With the excavator engine running, open the shear so the piston rod
slides completely into the hydraulic cylinder.
• Rotate the shear so it is possible to re-insert the rotation stop pins,
locking them with the appropriate split pins.
• Using the stick/bucket cylinder, pull the shear completely towards the
excavator.
• Lean the front of the shear on the ground.
• Remove the safety devices from the connecting rod pin, and then remove
the pin.
• Lay the shear on two wooden blocks and turn the engine off.
WARNING
Check that no residual oil pressure remains in the oil circuit. The residual
pressure must be released by opening, closing and rotating the shear
several times with the motor off, while depressurizing the oil reservoir.
• Loosen the screws or fitting collars and seal all hydraulic ports with
protective caps.
CAUTION
Before disconnecting the hoses, place a container to catch any oil
leakage. Do not dump oil into the environment.
• Remove the safety device from the bucket pin.
• Move the stick/boom to pull it out of the attachment bracket.
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Shear Storage
Shear Storage
• Check that the rotation stop pins are correctly fitted to avoid rotation of
the shear during transporting.
• Use the special lift points indicated by the shear lifting and handling
stickers.
• Cover the shear in a dry place. Smear the blades with a thin layer of
grease to avoid oxidation (rust).
This concludes the removal and storage operations.
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Maintenance
General Information
To keep your hydraulic shear in top operating condition, perform the
following maintenance procedures. Keep in mind that lubrication is the single
most important procedure for sustaining the life of a hydraulic shear.
WARNING
Before performing any maintenance, adjustment, or cleaning procedure
on the attachment, lower it to the ground, turn the engine OFF and
release any residual hydraulic pressure in the circuit. Release residual
hydraulic oil pressure by actuating the shear rotation function, and the
jaw open and close functions. De-pressurize the oil reservoir by
loosening the reservoir cap.
Fasten a “DO NOT OPERATE” or similar tag in the cab.
CAUTION
Use Proper Grease.
Always use a moly-based grease. Never use general purpose (GP) grease.
GP grease will melt and run down the attachment providing very poor
lubrication. Refer to Grease Specifications on page 45.
WARNING
Fluid escaping under pressure can penetrate the skin causing serious
injury. Relieve all pressure before disconnecting hoses. Do not use your
hand to check for leaks. Use a piece of cardboard.
WARNING
The oil can reach high temperatures. Before carrying out any cleaning or
maintenance wait for the oil to cool.
WARNING
The cutters can be very hot. Let them cool before working on them.
CAUTION
Overhaul or repair work on the rotation unit, hydraulic motor, ring gear
and pinion should only be performed by a trained technician.
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Tightening Thrust Block Screws
CAUTION
Check the tightness of the blade bolts. If necessary, tighten the screws
with a torque wrench. Refer to Tightening Torques section on page 46.
IMPORTANT! The screws can be tightened only once. After that, they
must be replaced.
Tightening Thrust Block Screws
After the initial 8 working hours, tighten all the thrust bearing bolts to the
torque values shown in the tables on page 46 and page 47.
WARNING
Only authorized personnel should perform this operation using a torque
wrench.
Check that the screws have not slackened or show signs of damage every 8
working hours. The screws can be re-tightened once. After that they must be
replaced.
Maintenance of Play Take-up System
The shear is equipped with a play take-up system for the movable jaw hinges
on the shear body. The play take-up system is adjusted by BTI upon first
assembly; afterwards, it is the customer’s responsibility to periodically check
for correct adjustment. The screws on the hinge pivot ring nut need to be
removed to enable adjustment.
WARNING
First adjustment must be performed after 8 operating hours. Afterwards,
adjust whenever there is play in the jaw.
Remove all of the screws locking the central pivot ring nut and set the
adjusting dowels that cause the play take-up flange to slide forward. The
flange should be resting against the movable jaw without causing exceeding
friction and should not be over tightened.
Refit the screws locking the dowels. Secure the screws with Loctite.
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Maintenance of Adjuster for Moveable Jaw
The shear is equipped with an adjuster for the movable jaw side guide that
prevents side movement during operation. Remove the screws and unscrew
the ring nut retaining the adjuster plug.
After removing the adjuster ring nut, set the adjusting dowels that cause the
play take-up guide to slide forward. Check that clearance between guide and
jaw is 0.02'' (0.5 mm) with a feeler gauge.
Re-tighten the ring nut.
Refit the screws to the ring nut; secure the screws with Loctite.
Before changing bronze bushing on the side guide as outlined below, lower
the movable jaw fully on the stationary jaw.
On the SH550R model only, remove the pivot between cylinder and movable
jaw and fully close the mouth for all around access.
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Maintenance of Adjuster for Moveable Jaw
The side guide adjuster is subject to wear during operation. The plug has a
bronze bushing that must be replaced when worn.
To replace it, unscrew the ring nut and remove the plug from its seat. The
shear is equipped with an adjuster for the movable jaw side guide that
prevents side movement during operation.
Remove the screws and unscrew the ring nut retaining the adjuster plug.
CAUTION
To gain access to the hydraulic rotation motor, the distributor and the
cylinder, remove the relative hoods and protective lids.
To do this, unscrew the fastening screws and use the grippers and the
appropriate lifting points for the moving, as shown in the figure.
Perform a visual check of the cylinder fittings, hydraulic distributor and hoses.
Replace any part showing leakage or damage.
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WARNING
Fluid escaping under pressure can penetrate the skin causing serious
injury. Relieve all pressure before disconnecting hoses. Do not use your
hand to check for leaks. Use a piece of cardboard.
Check the tightness of the hydraulic connections.
Check the tightness of the cutter screws. If necessary, tighten the screws with
a torque wrench following the data shown in the tables on page 46 and
page 47. The screws may be tightened only once, after which they MUST BE
REPLACED.
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Changing Oil in Rotation Gearbox
Changing Oil in Rotation Gearbox
The gear box oil must be changed after the first 150 working hours, then
again after 2000 running hours or once a year.
Change the oil when the gear box is still warm. Clean the inside parts with the
appropriate washing compound before putting in the new oil.
Avoid mixing oils of different viscosity or brand.
CAUTION
Do not mix mineral oils with synthetic oils.
WARNING
The temperature of the gearbox oil must not exceed 176 ºF (80 ºC) during
continuous use.
If the gearbox oil reaches 176 ºF (80 ºC) during continuous use, an external oil
cooler is required to keep the oil cool.
After start up, periodically check the oil level and fill as needed. The following
table shows suggested mineral oils relative to ambient temperatures seen
during operation:
Ambient
Temperature
-4ºF – +25ºF
(-20ºC – +25ºC)
+41ºF – +104ºF
(+5ºC – +40ºC)
+86ºF – +149ºF
(+30ºC – +65ºC)
+104ºF – +149ºF
(+40ºC – + 65ºC)
Viscosity
ISO VG
100
150
220
320
AGIP
Blasia 77
Blasia 107
Blasia 187
Blasia 237
BP-NACH
Energol
GR-XP100
Energol
GR-XP150
Energol
GR-XP220
Energol
GR-XP320
CASTROL
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Alpha SP150
Alpha SP220
Alpha SP320
CHEVRON
NL Gear
Compound 100
NL Gear
Compound 100
NL Gear
Compound 100
NL Gear
Compound 100
ESSO
Spartan EP 100
Spartan EP 150
Spartan EP 220
Spartan EP 320
FINA
Giran 100
Giran 150
Giran 220
Giran 320
GULF
EP Lubricant Oil
HP 100
EP Lubricant Oil
HP 100
EP Lubricant Oil
HP 100
EP Lubricant Oil
HP 100
IP
Mellana 100
Mellana 150
Mellana 220
Mellana 320
MOBIL
—
GF 639
GF 630
GF 632
SHELL
—
Omala EP 150
Omala EP 220
Omala EP 320
TOTAL
Carter EP 100N
Carter EP 150N
Carter EP 200N
Carter EP 320N
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The oil change must be done when the gear box is still warm. Position the
shear so the gear box rotational axis is in a vertical position.
1) Remove the inlet (B) and drain (A) plugs.
2) Completely drain the gear box oil.
3) Reinstall the drain plug (A).
4) Remove the level plug (C).
5) Refill the gear box with new oil, until it spills out of the level plug (C).
6) Reinstall the inlet and level plug.
Cutting Blades
It is recommended to turn the blades every 40 working hours of use to ensure
uniform wear of the cutters.
After turning or changing the blades, check the gap between the cutters of
the lower and upper jaw. A gap of 0.012 to 0.020 in (0,3 to 0,5 mm) is required
to prevent jamming when cutting thin material.
Verify Clearance Between Cutting edges
1) Close the upper jaw until the front blade starts overlapping its
corresponding lower jaw blade. Measure the gap using a feeler gauge.
2) Continue to close the mobile upper jaw until the front blade completely
overlaps the corresponding fix blade. Measure the gap of the blade closer
to the throat using a feeler gauge.
3) Continue to close the upper jaw repeating the same procedure for the
rear cutting edges.
4) If the gap exceeds the suggested value of 0.012 to 0.020 in (0,3 – 0,5 mm),
insert shims behind the blades until the proper clearance is restored. It is
recommended that the blades with the least amount of wear be kept in
the upper jaw and that shims are added to the lower jaw only. If the shims
required exceed 0.150 in (3,5 mm), replace the worn cutting blades.
5) To add shims, open the shear completely and block the upper jaw open
to prevent closing accidentally.
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Build-up and Hard Facing Shear Jaw
6) Loosen the bolts that hold the blades in place, and then insert shims
between the blade and its seat. Then re-tighten the bolts with the correct
torque wrench setting. Refer to torque values in tables on page 46
and page 47. Finally, slowly close the shear and check that the gap is
correct.
CAUTION
If the blades are not frequently turned (every 40 working hours),
irregular wear may occur making it impossible to shim the cutters
properly.
Every 8 hours it is necessary to check that the gap between the upper jaw
guide blade and the lower jaw guide blade does not exceed 0.060 in (1,5
mm). The control procedure is the same as the one described above for
the cutters. If the gap exceeds the recommended value, add shims under
the guide blade on the lower jaw.
Build-up and Hard Facing Shear Jaw
Periodically it is necessary to check for wear on the shear’s jaws. Build-up and
hard facing will be required to maintain the lower jaw and tooth profile. Hard
facings must be performed in the areas shown in the illustration.
CAUTION
The weld procedure below must be carefully followed to avoid damaging
the shear.
WARNING
Heated paint gives off poisonous gases. Remove paint from an area with
a radius of at least 4 in (10 cm) before carrying out welding, grinding or
gas cutting. In addition to the health hazard, if the paint is not removed,
the weld will be of inferior quality and strength that could cause the weld
to eventually break. Follow weld procedures.
IMPORTANT! If the area is worn back more than 1/2 in (12 mm), it may be
necessary to cut and replace with new material. Schedule this build up
service frequently so that only the hard facing needs to be replaced.
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Maintenance
Build-up and Hard Facing Shear Jaw
41
Weld Procedure for Dillidur 400V
Periodically it is necessary to check the wear state of the jaws. If rebuilding
and hard facing are required, follow these procedures.
1) Carefully remove the paint in the area to be hard faced. Be careful not to
generate too much heat. Heated paint can give off toxic vapors.
2) Make sure there are no flammable fluids or oil near the working area.
3) For surface welding, connect the ground pole of the electric welder to
the same part to be welded as close as possible. The ground pole must be
fitted in such away that no current can run through the bearings and the
hydraulic cylinders.
IMPORTANT! If welding on the unit while installed on the excavator,
follow the instructions in the excavator manual regarding weld
procedures. It may be necessary to disconnect ECUs or other sensitive
electronics on the machine that could be damaged.
4) After carefully removing all the paint and cleaning the area, preheat to a
temperature of 300 ºF – 400 ºF (150 ºC – 200 ºC). Check the temperature
frequently. If this temperature is exceeded, it could damage the shear.
CAUTION
The weld bead must be at least 3/8 in (10 mm) away from the cutting
edge.
5) Make the facing by proceeding in the grain direction shown in the
illustrations. Do not deposit more than two layers.
6) Grind the facing bead terminals.
7) Cool slowly, in a protected area away from possible drafts.
Electrode (Welding Rod)
DIN: 1913/8529
Brand
AWS E-7018
Code
LINCOLN
JetWeld 70
HOBART
375/400 600
ESAB
AA7018AC
Welding Wire
AWS E7XT=x
Brand
Code
LINCOLN
Lincoln BU
HOBART
VeriWear AP
ESAB
DUAL SHIELD
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Maintenance
42
Build-up and Hard Facing Shear Jaw
Filler Material
Dillidur 400V is a wear resistant steel (Brinnell Hardness of 400) providing
good workability and especially very good weld ability.
Following the instructions in the pre-heat stage will avoid micro cracks in the
welding.
The filler metal selection is very important in order to obtain a high quality
weld. BTI recommends soft filler metal in order to have the filler metal
hardness lower than the steel hardness.
The following are some examples of filler metal:
Electrode (Welding Rod)
DIN: 1913/8529
Brand
AWS E-7018
Code
LINCOLN
JetWeld 70
HOBART
718/718MC
ESAB
OK 48,00
Welding Wire
AWS E7XT=x
Brand
Code
LINCOLN
Nr-203 nil
HOBART
FABSHIELD 81N1
ESAB
Tubrod 15,00
IMPORTANT! To avoid a decrease in hardness of the steel, do not preheat
over 250ºF (120ºC).
Preheat temperature
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Steel Thickness
in (mm)
Preheating
Temperature
3/8 (10)
–
3/4 (20)
–
1 3/8 (30)
300ºF (150ºC)
1 1/2 (40)
392ºF (200ºC)
2 (50)
392ºF (200ºC)
2 3/8 (60)
392ºF (200ºC)
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Maintenance
Maintenance Schedule
43
Maintenance Schedule
Every 8 Hours/Every Shift
Check for leaks, damaged hoses or clamps.
Check the tightness of all hydraulic fittings; check fittings and cylinder
for leaks.
Check clearance between the guide on the movable jaw and fixed jaw
is 0.060'' (1,5 mm).
Check all pin connections for broken bolts, collars, and for excessive
wear and play.
Grease all pin connections with a moly-based grease. Refer to list on
page 45.
Check the hydraulic shear housing and top mounting bracket for
loose bolts and cracks.
Check all cylinder pins and boom connecting pins for wear.
Check that the cutter fixing screws are in place and tight using a
torque wrench. Refer to Tightening Torques section on page 46.
Tighten all screws connecting the joint with the fixed body according
to the torque values in tables supplied. Refer to Tightening Torques
section on page 46.
After washing the hydraulic shear, grease all hinge points with
appropriate grease as specified on page 45.
Tighten all Thrust Bearing Bolts. Refer to Tightening Torques section
on page 46.
Check the Play Take-up System for correct adjustment. Refer to
section on page 43. Adjust if necessary.
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Maintenance Schedule
Every 40 hours
Check that the fastening lids of the pins and pin locks are not loose or
damaged.
Use a thickness gauge to check that the relative play between the first
and second cutting edge are not greater than 0.02’’ (0,5 mm).
Check to ensure that all thrust bearing bolts are tight and to the
torque specification. Refer to Tightening Torques section on page
46.
Check that all cutter fixing screws are tight and to the torque
specification provided. Refer to Tightening Torques section on page
46.
Check the wear of the jaw tip. If necessary use a build up of weld and
finish with hard-facing. Follow the procedure provided on page 44.
Check adjuster for the moveable jaw. If there is side movement, adjust
as explained in Maintenance section, page 44.
Check bronze bushing on the side guide for wear. Replace item if it is
worn.
Check that the relative play between the upper and lower wear plate
is 0.06'' (1,5 mm). Adjust if necessary.
Every 200 hours
The hydraulic shear should be washed thoroughly with a neutral
detergent. Then grease all hinge points with appropriate grease as
directed on the following page.
Check hydraulic flow to shear.
Every 1000 hours
Change oil in the gear box as directed in the Maintenance section on
page 44.
Measure all pin connections and cylinders for wear. Replace pins,
bushings, and/or thrust washers to ensure tight connection.
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Maintenance
Grease Specifications
45
Grease Specifications
Use a high performance, multipurpose, extreme pressure (EP2) lithium
complex grease with molybdenum disulfide (3 to 5%) developed to satisfy the
severe lubrication requirements of off-road equipment.
These requirements will handle the toughest of lubricating jobs and last
significantly longer than conventional greases. Wear, galling or seizing of
greased surfaces can occur even when using high performance greases.
During these extreme pressure conditions, the molybdenum disulfide
particles are left behind on the surface in a thin, adherent, lubricating film.
This grease will have an excellent resistant to water washout in equipment
operating under wet conditions and /or high temperatures and subject to
heavy or shock loading.
These greases have:
• High dropping point (>500 F or 260 C)
• High load-carrying capacity
• Excellent wear protection
• Excellent resistant to water washout
• Excellent resistant to separation
• Protection against rust and corrosion
Some examples of these greases:
• Castrol Contractor Grease 2
• Conoco Superlube M EP
• Exxon Centaur Moly
• Pennzoil Multipurpose EP 302
• Petro Canada Precision Moly EP 2
• Texaco Starplex Moly MPGM2
• Gulflex Moly EP 2
• Chesterton 613 Moly Grease
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Maintenance
46
Tightening Torques
Tightening Torques
WARNING
Skilled personnel should perform this operation using a torque wrench.
Check these bolts every eight successive hours. Verify that they have not
slackened or show signs of damage.
The bolts may be retightened only once, after that it is recommended they be
replaced.
Fastener Tightening Torque in ft•lb (in•lb)
Diameter
Class 8.8
Dry Class 10.9
Class 12.9
Lubed*
Dry Lubed*
Dry Lubed*
M5
(54)
(41)
(78)
(59)
(91)
(68)
M6
(92)
(69)
(133)
(99)
(156)
(116)
M7
(156)
(116)
(222)
(167)
(260)
(195)
M8
(225)
(169)
(333)
(242)
(377)
(284)
M10
37
28
53
40
62
47
M12
65
49
93
69
108
81
M14
104
78
148
111
173
130
M16
161
121
230
172
269
202
M18
222
167
318
238
372
279
M20
314
235
449
337
525
394
M22
428
321
613
460
716
537
M24
543
407
776
582
908
681
M27
796
597
1,139
854
1,331
998
M30
1,079
809
1,543
1,158
1,804
1,353
M33
1,468
1,101
2,101
1,576
2,455
1,842
M36
1,886
1,415
2,699
2,024
3,154
2,366
* Lubed — cleaned, dry bolts lubricated with standard medium viscosity
machine oil.
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Tightening Torques
47
Fastener Tightening Torque in Nm (Newton meters)
Diameter
Class 8.8
Dry Lubed*
M5
6,1
4,6
M6
10,4
M7
Class 10.9
Dry Class 12.9
Lubed*
Dry Lubed*
8,8
6,7
10,3
7,7
7,8
15,0
11,2
17,6
13,1
17,6
13,1
25,1
18,9
29,4
22,0
M8
25,4
19,1
37,6
27,3
42,6
32,1
M10
50,2
38,0
71,9
54,2
84,1
63,7
M12
88,1
66,4
126,1
93,6
146,4
109,8
M14
141,0
105,8
200,7
150,5
234,6
176,3
M16
218,3
164,1
311,8
233,2
364,7
273,9
M18
301,0
226,4
431,2
322,7
504,4
378,3
M20
425,7
318,6
608,8
456,9
711,8
534,2
M22
580,3
435,2
831,1
623,7
970,8
728,1
M24
736,2
551,8
1 052,1
789,1
1 231,1
923,3
M27
1 079,2
809,4
1 544,3
1 157,9
1 804,6
1 353,1
M30
1 462,9
1 096,9
2 092,0
1 570,0
2 445,9
1 834,4
M33
1 990,3
1 492,8
2 848,6
2 136,8
3 328,5
2 497,4
M36
2 557,1
1 918,5
3 659,4
2 744,2
4 276,3
3 207,9
* Lubed — cleaned, dry bolts lubricated with standard medium viscosity
machine oil.
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Parts
48
SH25R
SH25R
Item Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13 14 15 16 17 18
19
20
SH25-3FC 55013 81804-1 SH25-40M 57810 54044 SH25-44 55008 SH25-42M 57424 53044 SH25-33 SH25-30M 81808 54049-12.9 SH25-67 SH25-47 KITSH25R4-L SH25-46 SH25-66 MAIN STRUCTURE ASSEMBLY
Description Qty.
FRAME GREASE FITTING O-RING SEAL PIN PIN SCREW COVER GREASE FITTING PIN WASHER SCREW SHIM FLANGE O-RING SEAL SCREW BLADE SHIM CUTTING KIT SHIM BLADE 1
2
2
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
2
4
1
2
1
2
1
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SH25R
SH25R
Item Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
SH25-3M SH25-31 SH25-32 55008
SH25-66 54049
54058-12.9 49
MOVEABLE SHANK ASSEMBLY
Description MOVABLE SHANK BUSHING BUSHING GREASE FITTING BLADE SCREW SCREW HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
2
1
1
2
2
2
P/N 150-1012
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Parts
50
SH25R
SH25R
Item Part No.
1
54116-2 2
SH25-STD-7 3
54062-12.9 4
81022
573080
6
81763
7
SH25-12 8
57424
9
54041
10 81020
11 66637
12 66507
13 SH25-35 14 66510
15 73080-G ROTATION CONTROL ASSEMBLY
Description Qty.
SCREW ROTARY JOINT SCREW BONDED SEAL ROTOR
O-RING SEAL COLLECTOR
WASHER SCREW BONDED SEAL PLUG NIPPLE HOSE NIPPLE ROTOR SEAL KIT 6
1
8
2
1
1
1
5
5
5
1
4
2
2
1
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Parts
SH25R
SH25R
Item Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
SH25-41 57424
53044
2502601407000
2502601407030
2502601407000G 51
CYLINDER ASSEMBLY
Description PIN WASHER SCREW CYLINDER BUSHING CYLINDER SEAL KIT HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
P/N 150-1012
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Parts
52
SH50R
SH50R
Item Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
SH50-66 54056-6 SH50-46 SH50-47 SH50-30 81804
54218
800-44 54050
SH50-31 81808
SH50-32 55013
SH50-40 SH50-1FC SH50-42 55008
54034-1 550-44 SH50-90 MAIN STRUCTURE ASSEMBLY
Description BLADE SCREW SHIM SHIM BUSHING O-RING SEAL GRUB-SCREW COVER SCREW BUSHING O-RING SEAL FLANGE GREASE FITTING PIN FRAME PIN GREASE FITTING
SCREW COVER COVER BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty. 3
6
4
2
1
2
6
1
6
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
Item Part No.
21
22
23
57424
53043
KITSH50R2-L P/N 150-1012
Description WASHER SCREW CUTTING KIT Qty.
4
4
1
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Parts
SH50R
SH50R
Item Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SH50-66 SH50-46 SH50-65 54056-5 SH50-31 SH50-1M 78990-1 57986
53
Moveable Shank Assembly
Description BLADE SHIM BLADE SCREW BUSHING MOVABLE SHANK BALL JOINT RETAINING RING HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
2
1
4
2
1
1
2
P/N 150-1012
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Parts
54
SH50R
SH50R
Item Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
54052-12.9 E1040203 55013
A426-11 SH50-2 57430
57425
53079
66397
81020
66394
54043
57424
SH50-2STD 54064
57425-3 54778
SH50-44 66038
57938-2 Rotation Control Assembly
Description SCREW THRUST BEARING GREASE FITTING DISTRIBUTOR DISTRIBUTOR RETAINER WASHER WASHER SCREW SCREW BONDED SEAL PIPE FITTING SCREW WASHER ROTARY JOINT SCREW WASHER EYEBOLTS PIN SPLIT PIN SPRING PIN BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty. 51
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
6
2
4
4
1
4
8
1
1
1
2
Item Part No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
53047
66507
73069
73104
54050
GR500-22 53028
57423
SH50-60N 57425-14 GR500-24 GR500-23 GR500-6009 81429-2 73102
P/N 150-1012
Description SCREW NIPPLE VALVE HYDRAULIC MOTOR SCREW MOTOR SUPPORT SCREW WASHER COVER WASHER WASHER GEAR THRUST BEARING O-RING SEAL ROTATION ASSEMBLY Qty.
2
2
1
1
3
1
6
5
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH50R
SH50R
Item Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
2503151508031
550-44 54034-1 68003
57423
54035
81402-2 SH50-36A SH50-35A 66507
81020
57986
78990-1 2503151508000
55008
SH50-41 2503151508000G 18426-11 55
Cylinder Feed Assembly
Description BUSHING COVER SCREW SAE SPLIT FLANGE WASHER SCREW O-RING SEAL HOSE HOSE NIPPLE BONDED SEAL RETAINING RING BALL JOINT CYLINDER GREASE FITTING PIN CYLINDER SEAL KIT DISTRIBUTOR SEAL KIT HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
2
1
2
2
8
8
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
P/N 150-1012
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Parts
56
SH100R
SH100R
Item Part No.
1SH100-FC
2
KITSH100RPT-L
357426
453056
5SH100-40
6
55013
7SH100-42
8SH100-15
954057
10SH100-57
1154240-8
12SH100-31
13SH100-48
14SH100-68
1554074-12.9
16SH100-67
17CP600-51
18SH100-64
19SH100-46
2054076-12.9
21SH100-80
MAIN STRUCTURE ASSEMBLY
Description FRAME
CUTTING KIT
WASHER
SCREW
PIN
GREASE FITTING
PIN
PIN
SCREW
COVER
GRUB-SCREW
BUSHING
SHIM
BLADE
SCREW
BLADE
COVER
BLADE
SHIM
SCREW
SHIM
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty. 1
1
4
4
1
4
1
1
8
1
8
1
4
1
2
1
1
2
4
6
2
Item Part No.
22SH100-51
2354050
24SH100-32
25SH100-30
26SH100-99
2754045-12.9
P/N 150-1012
Description COVER
SCREW
FLANGE
BUSHING
COVER
SCREW
Qty.
1
2
1
1
1
2
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH100R
SH100R
Item Part No.
1SH100-30
254077-12.9
3SH100-63
454079-12.9
5
SH100-MPT
6
57989
7
78992-2
8SH100-69S
9SH100-69D
57
Moveable Shank Assembly
Description BUSHING
SCREW
BLADE
SCREW
MOVABLE SHANK
RETAINING RING
BALL JOINT
BLADE
BLADE
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
2
6
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
P/N 150-1012
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Parts
58
SH100R
SH100R
Item Part No.
1A426-4
2
800-8
357424
457423-1
553044
6
68002
757424
854043
954076-12.9
1057425-5
11SH100-18
1257425-3
1368002-T
1453061
15SH100-98
1653043
1757424
1859062-1
19 18426-4
Cylinder and Rotation Feed Assembly
Description DISTRIBUTOR
DISTRIBUTOR BRACKET
WASHER
WASHER
SCREW
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
WASHER
SCREW
SCREW
WASHER
FLANGE
WASHER
FLANGE
SCREW
COVER
SCREW
WASHER
NUT
DISTRIBUTOR SEAL KIT
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty.
1
1
2
2
2
2
16
16
7
7
1
4
2
4
2
4
4
4
1
P/N 150-1012
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Parts
SH100R
SH100R
Item Part No.
1
800R-1CM
2
E2050201
354063-12.9
454062-12.9
5
55013
6800R-7
757424
853043
9
CP600STD
1053111-2
1157426-1
1259066
13GR3-26M
1454778
15 66038
1666507
17 81020
18SH100-38
19SH100-60
2073046-1
2154058
59
Rotation Control Assembly
Description MOTOR SUPPORT
THRUST BEARING
SCREW
SCREW
GREASE FITTING
COVER
WASHER
SCREW
WELDMENT COUPLING
SCREW
WASHER
NUT
PIN
EYEBOLT
COTTER PIN
NIPPLE
BONDED SEAL
HOSE
COVER
VALVE
SCREW
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 1
1
4
28
4
1
6
6
1
14
14
14
1
1
1
6
6
1
1
1
4
Item Part No.
2257425-3
23 73047-2
2459934
25800R-1
26800R-3
2753056
2857423-1
2954043-12.9
30 SH100-22
3157429
3266753
33 66389
3466387
35GR3-81
36 66388
37GR3-48
3854047-2
39 81011
P/N 150-1012
Description WASHER
HYDRAULIC MOTOR
PIN
GEAR
WASHER
SCREW
WASHER
SCREW
MOTOR FLANGE
WASHER
PLUG
TERMINAL FITTING
CONNECTOR
PIPE
SMALL BUSHING
BLOCK
SCREW
BONDED SEAL
Qty.
5
1
2
1
1
1
8
8
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
60
SH100R
SH100R
Item Part No.
125038518012000
2
25038518012000G
3SH100-41
425038518012031
5800-43
654050
7MS25-36M
854043
957424
10 68002
11SH100-35S
1273993-OB
1354053-12.9
14 81767-90
1553046
Cylinder Feed Assembly
Description CYLINDER
CYLINDER SEAL KIT
PIN
BUSHING
COVER
SCREW
HOSE
SCREW
WASHER
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
HOSE
VALVE
SCREW
O-RING SEAL
SCREW
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty.
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
8
16
4
1
1
5
2
8
P/N 150-1012
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH180R
SH180R
Item Part No.
Item
1SH180-FC
2
KITSH180RPT-L
357426
453056
5SH180-42
6
55013
7SH150-40M
8SH180-15
9SH180-15-2
10SH180-57
11 81774
1257425-5
13SH180-48
14SH180-68
1553091-1-10.9
16SH150-69
17CP600-54
18SH180-64
19SH180-46
2054301
21SH180-81
61
Main Structure Assembly
Description FRAME
CUTTING KIT
WASHER
SCREW
PIN
GREASE FITTING
PIN
PIN
SHIM
COVER
O-RING SEAL
WASHER
SHIM
BLADE
SCREW
BLADE
COVER
BLADE
SHIM
SCREW
SHIM
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 1
1
4
4
1
4
1
2
2
2
1
10
4
1
10
1
1
2
4
4
1
Item Part No.
22SH150-51
23SH150-31
2454240-4
2554061-12.9
2654041-12.9
27 66038
28800-48
2954778
30SH150-32M
31SH150-30N
32CP800-99
3354050
34SH180-82
P/N 150-1012
Description Qty.
COVER
BUSHING
GRUB-SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
COTTER PIN
PIN
EYEBOLT
FLANGE
BUSHING
COVER
SCREW
SHIM
1
1
12
12
12
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
62
SH180R
SH180R
Item Part No.
1SH150-30N
253091-3-10.9
3SH180-63
453091-10.9
5
SH180-MPT
657425-5
7
78992-1
854115-3
9SH180-69D
10 57994-1
11SH180-69S
Moveable Shank Assembly
Description BUSHING
SCREW
BLADE
SCREW
MOVABLE SHANK
WASHER
BALL JOINT
SCREW
BLADE
RETAINING RING
BLADE
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty.
2
2
2
2
1
4
1
4
1
1
1
P/N 150-1012
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH180R
SH180R
Item Part No.
154064
257426
3
68001
453083
566637
6
81020
766507
873107-1
9
RP20-A-10D RP20-A-10S
10SH310-72
11A426-19
12 66397-2
13 66397
14MS25-39R
15 73047-3
1666545
17540480-4
18GR300-38M
1966753
20 81011
63
Cylinder and Rotation Feed Assembly
Description SCREW
WASHER
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
SCREW
PLUG
BONDED SEAL
NIPPLE
VALVE
BLOCK
BLOCK
PIPE
DISTRIBUTOR
DRILLED SCREW
DRILLED SCREW
HOSE
HYDRAULIC MOTOR
STUD
SCREW
HOSE
PLUG
BONDED SEAL
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 24
24
2
4
2
14
2
1
1+1
Item Part No.
2157425-5
22 81028
Description Qty.
WASHER
BONDED SEAL
4
4
2
1
2
4
2
1
2
3
2
2
2
P/N 150-1012
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
64
SH180R
SH180R
Item Part No.
`
154045
257424
353057
4
SH180-STD
5
73047-3
6SH150-60M
7SH150-12STD
8
57423
953033
10 55008
1154062-12.9
12SH180-98
1357424
1453043
15A426-19
1653063-12.9
1753069-10.9
1857425-3
19SH180-97
20 I2070400
Rotation Control Assembly
Description SCREW
WASHER
SCREW
MOTOR SUPPORT
HYDRAULIC MOTOR
COVER
COVER
SPRING WASHER
SCREW
GREASE FITTING
SCREW
COVER
WASHER
SCREW
DISTRIBUTOR
SCREW
SCREW
WASHER
COVER
THRUST BEARING
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty. 6
6
4
1
1
1
2
4
4
3
36
1
8
4
1
6
4
8
1
1
Item Part No.
21 SH180-8
2254055-1
2359934
2454041
25 MS25-22
26MS25-23
2757433
2857425-8
2953118-7
3053071-10.9
3157423-1
3259062-1
P/N 150-1012
Description DISTRIBUTOR BRACKET
SCREW
PIN
SCREW
MOTOR FLANGE
GEAR
WASHER
WASHER
SCREW
SCREW
WASHER
NUT
Qty.
1
4
2
6
1
1
1
1
1
22
6
4
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH180R
SH180R
Item Part No.
1SH180-41
2
81805
3086M9009-B00
4CP600-54
554050
6
250470200130G
754056-1
8SH150-50D
9
7030-OB
1057425-2
11SH150-50S
1254059-3
13 55013
1454064
15 68001
16SH180-36
17A426-19
1825047020013000
19086MA135-400
20SH180-35
65
Cylinder Feed Assembly
Description PIN
O-RING SEAL
BUSHING
COVER
SCREW
CYLINDER SEAL KIT
SCREW
BLOCK
SPEED VALVE
WASHER
BLOCK
SCREW
GREASE FITTING
SCREW
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
HOSE
DISTRIBUTOR
CYLINDER
BUSHING
HOSE
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 1
2
2
1
2
1
8
1
1
4
1
4
1
16
4
1
1
1
1
1
Item Part No.
Description 21 81428-90
O-RING SEAL
22 18426-19
DISTRIBUTOR SEAL KIT
2357426
WASHER
24 81416-90
O-RING SEAL
2525047018013083MBLOCK
2657426
WASHER
2754056-1-12.9
SCREW
P/N 150-1012
Qty.
6
1
16
2
1
4
16
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
66
SH180R
SH180R
Item Part No.
Speed Valve
Description 7030-OB
SPEED VALVE
Includes items 1, 2, 3, 4
CAGL-LGV MWGG-LJV RDFA-LCV CHXA-XCVN 1
2
3
4
7030-OB-1V 7030-OB-2V 7030-OB-4V 7030-OB-3V BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty.
1
1
2
1
P/N 150-1012
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH310R
SH310R
Item Part No.
1SH310-1FC
2
KITSH310RPT-L
357426
453056
5SH310-42
6
55013
7SH310-40
8SH310-17M
9SH310-17M-2
10SH310-57
1153260-10.9
1257425-7
13SH310-59
14SH310-69
1553113-1-10.9
16SH310-64
17CP800-47
18SH310-66
19SH310-56
2054301
67
Main Structure Assembly
Description FRAME
CUTTING KIT
WASHER
SCREW
PIN
GREASE FITTING PIN
PIN
SHIM
COVER
SCREW
WASHER
SHIM
BLADE
SCREW
BLADE
COVER
BLADE
SHIM
SCREW
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 1
1
4
4
1
7
1
2
2
2
6
10
4
1
4
1
1
2
6
4
Item Part No.
21SH310-81
22SH310-44
23SH310-31
2454243-1
2554116-2
2654045-12.9
27 66037
28SH300-STD40
2954778
30SH310-32
31SH310-30
32CP1000-99
3354050
34SH310-82
P/N 150-1012
Description Qty.
SHIM
COVER
BUSHING
GRUB-SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
COTTER PIN
PIN
EYEBOLT
FLANGE
BUSHING
COVER
SCREW
SHIM
1
1
1
12
12
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
68
SH310R
SH310R
Item Part No.
1SH310-30
253112
3SH310-63
453112-1
5
SH310-MPT
657425-7
7
78985
854114-1
9SH310-69D
10 57996
11SH310-69S
Moveable Shank Assembly
Description BUSHING
SCREW
BLADE
SCREW
MOVABLE SHANK
WASHER
BALL JOINT
SCREW
BLADE
RETAINING RING
BLADE
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty.
2
3
2
1
1
4
1
5
1
1
1
P/N 150-1012
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH310R
SH310R
Item Part No.
154066
257426
3
68001
4SH180-50
5A426-19
6
81020
766637
866753
9
81011
10GR3-48
1154047-2
1266507
13SH310-39
1473083
1566764
16 81010
1757425-3
1853056
1973055BR-1
2073055BR-2
2157057
69
Cylinder and Rotation Feed Assembly
Description SCREW
WASHER
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
BLOCK
DISTRIBUTOR
BONDED SEAL
PLUG
PLUG
BONDED SEAL
BLOCK
SCREW
NIPPLE
HOSE
VALVE
PLUG
BONDED SEAL
WASHER
SCREW
MOTOR
REDUCTION
SCREW
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 8
8
2
2
1
4
2
2
2
2
4
4
2
1
3
3
4
4
1
1
10
Item Part No.
2257425-3
2373084
2457428
2553044-2
2673067-B
P/N 150-1012
Description WASHER
CAP
WASHER
SCREW
GEAR
Qty.
10
1
3
3
1
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
70
SH310R
SH310R
Item Part No.
153059
257426
353055
4
SH310-1STD
5SH310-96
6SH300-87
71300-24R
8
57424
953043
10 55013
1154071-12.9
12SH310-98
13 SH300-73BR
1457425-3
15A426-19
1654062-12.9
1753060-12.9
1857425-3
19 SH310-8
20 I2085302
Rotation Control Assembly
Description SCREW
WASHER
SCREW
MOTOR SUPPORT
COVER
COVER
COVER
SPRING WASHER
SCREW
GREASE FITTING
SCREW
COVER
ROTATION ASSEMBLY
WASHER
DISTRIBUTOR
SCREW
SCREW
WASHER
DISTRIBUTOR BRACKET
THRUST BEARING
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty. 2
4
2
1
2
1
2
12
12
4
30
2
1
4
1
32
4
2
1
1
Item Part No.
2154063-12.9
2259062-1
2353056
P/N 150-1012
Description SCREW
NUT
SCREW
Qty.
10
4
2
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH310R
SH310R
Item Part No.
1SH310-43
225068022014032
325068022014031
4CP800-47
554050
6
250680220140G
754056-1
8SH400-50
9
7030-OB
1057425-2
11SH400-51
1254059-3
13 55013
1453057-1
15 68001
1654056-1
17A426-19
1825068022014000
1925068022014030
20SH310-38
71
Cylinder Feed Assembly
Description PIN
BLOCK
BUSHING
COVER
SCREW
CYLINDER SEAL KIT
SCREW
BLOCK
SPEED VALVE
WASHER
BLOCK
SCREW
GREASE FITTING
SCREW
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
SCREW
DISTRIBUTOR
CYLINDER
BUSHING
HOSE
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 1
1
2
1
2
1
8
1
1
4
1
4
1
16
4
4
1
1
1
2
Item Part No.
21 81410-90
22 18426-7
2357426
24 81416-90
P/N 150-1012
Description O-RING SEAL
DISTRIBUTOR SEAL KIT
WASHER
O-RING SEAL
Qty.
8
1
16
2
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
72
SH310R
SH310R
Item Part No.
Speed Valve
Description 7030-OB
SPEED VALVE
Includes items 1, 2, 3, 4
CAGL-LGV MWGG-LJV RDFA-LCV CHXA-XCVN
1
7030-OB-1V
2
7030-OB-2V
3
7030-OB-4V
47030-OB-3V
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty.
1
1
2
1
P/N 150-1012
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH410R
SH410R
Item Part No.
1SH410-2FC
2
KITSH410RPT-L
357426
453056
5SH410-41
6
55013
7SH410-47
8SH550-15
9SH550-15-2
10SH550-57
11 81817
1257425-7
13SH410-48
14SH410-68
1553112
16SH410-64
171300-44
18SH410-65
19SH410-84
2054301
73
Main Structure Assembly
Description FRAME
CUTTING KIT
WASHER
SCREW
PIN
GREASE FITTING
PIN
PIN
SHIM
COVER
O-RING SEAL
WASHER
SHIM
BLADE
SCREW
BLADE
COVER
BLADE
SHIM
SCREW
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 1
1
12
12
1
4
1
2
2
2
1
12
3
1
4
1
1
2
4
4
Item Part No.
21SH410-81
22SH410-46
23SH410-31
2454258-2
2554102
2654045-12.9
27 66037
28SH300-STD40
2954778
30SH410-32
31SH402-33
32CP1000-99
3354101-2
34SH410-81
35SH410-91
3653112-1
P/N 150-1012
Description Qty.
SHIM
COVER
BUSHING
GRUB-SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
PIN COTTER
PIN
EYEBOLT
FLANGE
BUSHING
COVER
SCREW
SHIM
COVER
SCREW
1
1
1
12
12
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
8
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
74
SH410R
SH410R
Item Part No.
1SH402-30
253112-3
3SH410-66
453112-2
5
SH410-MPT
657425-7
7
78904
854118
9SH410-69S
10 57997
11SH410-69D
Moveable Shank Assembly
Description BUSHING
SCREW
BLADE
SCREW
MOVABLE SHANK
WASHER
BALL JOINT
SCREW
BLADE
RETAINING RING
BLADE
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty.
2
4
2
2
1
6
1
5
1
1
1
P/N 150-1012
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH410R
SH410R
Item Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
54056-1 57425-5 68004
53077
66637
81020
66507
59063
SH410-10 SH410-71
A426-9 57425-2 54059-2 SH410-35 73067-B
66546
73083
66764
81010
57425-3 75
Cylinder and Rotation Feed Assembly
Description SCREW WASHER SAE SPLIT FLANGE SCREW PLUG BONDED SEAL NIPPLE NUT BLOCK HOSE DISTRIBUTOR WASHER SCREW HOSE PINION GEAR STUD VALVE PLUG BONDED SEAL WASHER HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 16
16
2
8
2
6
4
8
2
2
1
32
8
2
1
2
1
3
3
4
Item Part No.
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
P/N 150-1012
53056
73055BR-1 73055BR-2 53057
57425-3 73084
57428
53044-2 Description SCREW HYDRAULIC MOTOR GEAR BOX SCREW WASHER CAP WASHER SCREW Qty.
4
1
1
10
10
1
3
3
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
76
SH410R
SH410R
Item Part No.
154056
257426
353060
4
SH410-1STD
5
SH300-73BR
6SH410-61
7SH410-12
8
57423
953028
10 55008
1154104-12.9
12SH410-92N
1357424
1453044
15A426-9
1653103-3
1753081
1857425
19SH410-93N
20 I2088401
21 SH410-99
Rotation Assembly
Description SCREW
WASHER
SCREW
MOTOR SUPPORT
ROTATION ASSEMBLY
COVER
COVER
SPRING WASHER
SCREW
GREASE FITTING
SCREW
COVER
WASHER
SCREW
DISTRIBUTOR
SCREW
SCREW
WASHER
COVER
THRUST BEARING
DISTRIBUTOR BRACKET
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty. Item Part No.
6 2253103-4
6 2353103-5
4 2457429
1
1
1
2
4
4
3
10
1
8
8
1
26
4
4
1
1
1
P/N 150-1012
Description SCREW
SCREW
WASHER
Qty.
12
14
6
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH410R
SH410R
Item Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
SH401-48C 81794-1 SH402-34 SH401-45 54057
250780270180G
54056-2 SH410-50 7030-OBM 57425-2 SH500-51 53070-2 55013
54056-1 68004
SH1000-58
A426-9 25078027018000
57997
78904
77
Cylinder Feed Assembly
Description PIN O-RING SEAL BUSHING COVER SCREW CYLINDER SEAL KIT SCREW BLOCK SPEED VALVE WASHER BLOCK SCREW GREASE FITTING SCREW SAE SPLIT FLANGE HOSE DISTRIBUTOR CYLINDER RING BALL JOINT HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 1 2 2 1
2
1
8
1
1
20
1
4
2
16
4
2
1
1
1
1
Item Part No.
21
22
23
P/N 150-1012
81406-90 18426-9 81416-90 Description O-RING SEAL DISTRIBUTOR SEAL KIT O-RING SEAL Qty.
6
1
2
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
78
SH550R
SH550R
Item Part No.
1SH550-1FC
2
KITSH550RPT-L
357426
453056
5SH550-41
6
55013
7SH550-40
8SH550-15
9SH550-15-2
10SH550-57
11 81817
1257425-7
13SH410-48
14SH410-68
1553112-2
16SH410-64
171300-44
18SH550-64
19SH550-83
2054301
Main Structure Assembly
Description FRAME
CUTTING KIT
WASHER
SCREW
PIN
GREASE FITTING
PIN
PIN
SHIM
COVER
O-RING SEAL
WASHER
SHIM
BLADE
SCREW
BLADE
COVER
BLADE
SHIM
SCREW
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty. 1
1
12
12
1
5
1
2
2
2
1
12
3
1
4
1
1
2
4
4
Item Part No.
21SH550-81
22SH410-46
23SH550-31
2454258-2
2554102-5
2654045-12.9
27 66037
28SH300-STD40
2954778
30SH410-32
31SH550-33
32CP1000-99
3354101-2
34SH550-82
35SH410-91
3653112
P/N 150-1012
Description Qty.
SHIM
COVER
BUSHING
GRUB-SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
COTTER PIN
PIN
EYEBOLT
FLANGE
BUSHING
COVER
SCREW
SHIM
COVER
SCREW
1
1
1
12
12
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
8
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH550R
SH550R
Item Part No.
1SH402-30
253115-3-10.9
3SH550-63
453112-3
5
SH550-MPT
657425-7
7
78904
854119
9SH550-69D
10 57997
11SH550-69S
79
Moveable Shank Assembly
Description BUSHING
SCREW
BLADE
SCREW
MOVABLE SHANK
WASHER
BALL JOINT
SCREW
BLADE
RETAINING RING
BLADE
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
2
4
2
2
1
6
1
5
1
1
1
P/N 150-1012
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
80
SH550R
SH550R
Item Part No.
1
54056-1-12.9 2
57425-2 3
68004
4
53077
5
66637
6
81020
7
66507
8
59063
9
SH410-10 10 SH410-70 11 A426-9 1253044-2
13 54059-2 14 SH410-35 15 99T892-2 16 66546
17 73083
18 66764
19 81010
20 57425-3 21 53056
Cylinder and Rotation Feed Assembly
Description SCREW WASHER SAE SPLIT FLANGE SCREW PLUG BONDED SEAL NIPPLE NUT BLOCK HOSE DISTRIBUTOR SCREW
SCREW HOSE PINION GEAR STUD VALVE PLUG BONDED SEAL WASHER SCREW BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty. 16
40
2
8
2
6
4
8
2
2
1
3
8
2
1
2
1
3
3
4
4
Item Part No.
22
23
24
25
26
27
73055BR-1 73055BR-3 53057
57425-3 73084
57428
P/N 150-1012
Description HYDRAULIC MOTOR GEAR BOX SCREW WASHER CAP WASHER Qty.
1
1
10
10
1
3
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH550R
SH550R
Item Part No.
153056
257426
353039
4
MS60STD
5
SH700-73BR
6MS60-60
7SH500-12
8
57423
953028
10 55013
1154111
12SH410-92N
1357424
1453044
15A426-9
1654110
1753081
1857425
19SH410-93N
20 I2098401
81
Rotation Assembly
Description SCREW
WASHER
SCREW
MOTOR SUPPORT
ROTATION ASSEMBLY
COVER
COVER
SPRING WASHER
SCREW
GREASE FITTING
SCREW
COVER
WASHER
SCREW
DISTRIBUTOR
SCREW
SCREW
WASHER
COVER
THRUST BEARING
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 8
8
4
1
1
1
2
4
4
4
30
1
8
8
1
30
4
4
1
1
Item Part No.
21 SH550-55
2254109
P/N 150-1012
Description DISTRIBUTOR BRACKET
SCREW
Qty.
1
12
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
82
SH550R
SH550R
Item Part No.
1SH410-43
2MS50-81
325085028020031
4RP75-47
554065
6
25085030020000G
7
81416-90
8
18426-9
9
7030-OBM
1057425-2
11 81406-90
1253070-2
1325085028020030
1453086-10.9
15 68004
16MS50-80
17A426-9
1825085030020000
Cylinder Feed Assembly
Description PIN
HOSE
BUSHING
COVER
SCREW
CYLINDER SEAL KIT
O-RING SEAL
DISTRIBUTOR SEAL KIT
SPEED VALVE
WASHER
O-RING SEAL
SCREW
BUSHING
SCREW
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
HOSE
DISTRIBUTOR
CYLINDER
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty.
1
1
2
1
4
1
2
1
1
20
4
4
1
16
4
1
1
1
P/N 150-1012
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH700R
SH700R
Item Part No.
1
SH700-1FC 2
SH1000-99 3
57426
4
53056
5
SH700-40 6
55013
7
SH700-42M-BK 8
SH700-19-1 9
SH700-19-2 10SH900-55
11 SH700-82
1257425-9
13 SH700-72 14 SH700-78M 15 53139-2
16 SH700-67 17 53121-1-10.9
18 SH700-66M 19 SH700-84
20 54319
21 SH700-81 83
Main Structure Assembly
Description FRAME COVER WASHER SCREW PIN GREASE FITTING PIN PIN SHIM COVER
SHIM WASHER
SHIM BLADE SCREW BLADE SCREW BLADE SHIM SCREW SHIM HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 1
2
10
10
1
3
1
2
2
2
1
12
3
1
4
1
8
2
4
6
1
Item Part No.
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
P/N 150-1012
SH1000-46M SH700-31 54258-2 54103-12.9 54050-12.9 KITSH700RPT-L
66037
SH1000-90
SH700-30
SH700-33 CP700-98 54057-12.9 SH1000-51 54778
Description COVER BUSHING GRUB-SCREW SCREW SCREW CUTTING KIT COTTER PIN PIN FLANGE BUSHING COVER SCREW COVER EYEBOLT Qty.
1
1
12
12
8
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
84
SH700R
SH700R
Item Part No.
1
SH700-32 2
53126-3-10.9 3SH700-65M
4
53126-10.9
5
SH700-MPT
657425-9
7
78908
854099
9SH700-69D
10 57997-6
11SH700-69S
Moveable Shank Assembly
Description BUSHING
SCREW
BLADE
BLADE MOVABLE SHANK
NUT
BALL JOINT
SCREW
BLADE
RETAINING RING
BLADE
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty.
2
4
2
2
1
6
1
5
1
1
1
P/N 150-1012
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH700R
SH700R
Item Part No.
1
54114
2
57426-1 3
68005
4
53093-1 5
66637
6
81020
7
66507
8
59064
9
SH700-10 10 SH700-70 11 A-928 12 57425
13 54077-12.9 14 SH410-35 15 73071
1666546
1773094
1866764
19 81010
20 57425-3 2153056
85
Cylinder and Rotation Feed Assembly
Description SCREW WASHER SAE SPLIT FLANGE SCREW PLUG BONDED SEAL NIPPLE NUT BLOCK RIGID PIPE
DISTRIBUTOR WASHER SCREW HOSE PINION GEAR
STUD
VALVE
PLUG
BONDED SEAL
WASHER
SCREW
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 16
16
4
8
2
8
4
8
2
2
1
24
8
2
1
2
1
3
3
14
4
Item Part No.
22
23
24
25
26
27
P/N 150-1012
73055BR-4
73055BR-6
53057
53044-2
73084
57428
Description HYDRAULIC MOTOR GEAR BOX SCREW SCREW CAP WASHER Qty.
1
1
10
3
1
3
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
86
SH700R
SH700R
Item Part No.
1
53056
2
57426
3
54076-12.9
4
RP75STD
5
SH700-74BR 6
SH700-60
7
SH700-94
8
57423
9
53030
10 55013
1154111
12 SH700-93M 1357424
1453044
15A-928
1654112
1753088
1857425-5
19SH700-92M
20 I2120400
21 SH700-99
Rotation Assembly
Description SCREW WASHER SCREW ROTARY JOINT ROTATION ASSEMBLY COVER COVER WASHER SCREW GREASE FITTING
SCREW
COVER
WASHER
SCREW
DISTRIBUTOR
SCREW
SCREW
WASHER
COVER
THRUST BEARING
DISTRIBUTOR BRACKET
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty. 16
16
4
1
1
1
2
4
4
4
8
1
7
7
1
32
4
8
1
1
1
Item Part No.
Description 22SH700-95
COVER
23SH700-15
FLANGE
2453085
SCREW
2554110
SCREW
2654114
SCREW
2654113
SCREW
P/N 150-1012
Qty.
4
1
4
4
16
33
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH700R
SH700R
Item Part No.
Item
154057-12.9
2SH700-51
3
81823
425089030020030
5SH700-46
6
25089033020000G 725089033020000
8SH700-37M
954077-12.9
1057425
11 68005
1225089030020031
1353088
14A-928
15 18928V
16 81422
17 73074
1854113
19SH700-36M
87
Cylinder Feed Assembly
Description SCREW
COVER
O-RING SEAL
BUSHING
PIN
CYLINDER SEAL KIT CYLINDER
HOSE
SCREW
WASHER
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
BUSHING
SCREW
DISTRIBUTOR
DISTRIBUTOR SEAL KIT
O-RING SEAL
SPEED VALVE
SCREW
HOSE
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
8
16
8
1
8
1
1
3
1
4
1
P/N 150-1012
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
88
SH900R
SH900R
Item Part No.
1
SH900-FC 2
SH1000-99 357426
453056
5SH900-40
6
55013
7SH1000-42M1
8SH900-15-1
9SH900-15-2
10SH900-55
11 81812
1257425-9
13SH900-73
14SH900-68
1553147-10.9
16 SH1000-68
1753139-2
18SH900-64
19SH900-46
2054319
Main Structure Assembly
Description FRAME COVER WASHER
SCREW
PIN
GREASE FITTING
PIN
PIN
SHIM
COVER
O-RING SEAL
WASHER
SHIM
BLADE
SCREW
BLADE SCREW
BLADE
SHIM
SCREW
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty. 1
2
10
10
1
4
1
2
2
2
1
12
2
1
4
1
9
1
2
7
Item Part No.
21SH900-66
22SH1000-46
23SH1000-31
2454258-2
2554103-12.9
2654050-12.9
27SH900-65
28SH900-47
29SH900-67
30SH1000-32M
31SH1000-30
32SH900-98
3354065
34SH900-51
35 54778
36SH1000-90
37 66037
38 KITSH900RPT-L P/N 150-1012
Description Qty.
SHIM
COVER
BUSHING
GRUB-SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
BLADE
SHIM
SHIM
FLANGE
BUSHING
COVER
SCREW
COVER
EYE BOLT
PIN
COTTER PIN CUTTING KIT 1
1
1
12
12
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH900R
SH900R
Item Part No.
1SH1000-30M
253148-10.9
3SH900-63
4SH900-65
5
SH900-MPT
657425-9
7SH900-30
854098
9SH900-69D
1053126-1-10.9
11SH900-69S
89
Moveable Shank Assembly
Description BUSHING
SCREW
BLADE
BLADE
MOVABLE SHANK
WASHER
BUSHING
SCREW
BLADE
SCREW
BLADE
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
2
5
1
1
1
13
1
6
1
2
1
P/N 150-1012
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
90
SH900R
SH900R
Item Part No.
154114
257426-1
3
68005
453093-1
566637
6
81020
766507
859064
9SH700-10
10 SH700-70
11A-928
1257425
1354077-12.9
14PB750-37
15 73071-065
1666546
1773094M
1866764
19 81010
2057425-3
2153056
Cylinder and Rotation Feed Assembly
Description SCREW
WASHER
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
SCREW
PLUG
BONDED SEAL
NIPPLE
NUT
BLOCK
RIGID PIPE
DISTRIBUTOR
WASHER
SCREW
HOSE
PINION GEAR
FITTING
VALVE
PLUG
BONDED SEAL
WASHER
SCREW
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty. 16
16
4
8
2
12
4
8
2
2
1
24
8
2
1
2
1
3
3
14
4
Item Part No.
22 73055BR-8
23 73055BR-7
2453057
2554319
2673084-065
2757428
28PB750-35
29SH900-95
3054045
3157423-1
32 81434-90
P/N 150-1012
Description HYDRAULIC MOTOR
GEAR BOX
SCREW
SCREW
COVER
WASHER
HOSE
BLOCK
SCREW
WASHER
O-RING SEAL
Qty.
1
1
10
3
1
3
2
1
3
3
2
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
SH900R
SH900R
Item Part No.
153056
257426
354076-12.9
4
RP75STD
5
SH700-74BR
6SH700-60
7SH700-94
857423
953030
10 55008
1154110
12SH900-90
1357424
1453044
15A-928
1654112
1753088
1857425-5
19SH900-91
20 I2120400
91
Rotation Assembly
Description SCREW
WASHER
SCREW
ROTARY JOINT
ROTATION ASSEMBLY
COVER
COVER
WASHER
SCREW
GREASE FITTING
SCREW
COVER
WASHER
SCREW
DISTRIBUTOR
SCREW
SCREW
WASHER
COVER
THRUST BEARING
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 16
16
4
1
1
1
2
4
4
6
16
1
8
8
1
56
4
12
1
1
Item Part No.
21 SH700-99
22SH700-95
23SH700-15
2453085
P/N 150-1012
Description DISTRIBUTOR BRACKET
COVER
FLANGE
SCREW
Qty.
1
4
1
4
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
92
SH900R
SH900R
Item Part No.
1
54057-12.9 2
SH1000-51 3
57997-6
425098035022030
5SH1000-47M
6
25089030020000G 7
25089030020000
8SH900-37
954076-12.9
1057425
11 68005
12 78906
1353088
14A-928
15 18928
1681422
17 73074
1854113
19SH900-36
Cylinder Feed Assembly
Description SCREW COVER RETAINING RING
BUSHING
PIN
CYLINDER SEAL KIT CYLINDER HOSE
SCREW
WASHER
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
BALL JOINT
SCREW
DISTRIBUTOR
DISTRIBUTOR SEAL KIT
O-RING
SPEED VALVE
SCREW
HOSE
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Qty. Item Part No.
Description Qty.
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
8
8
4
1
8
1
1
3
1
4
1
P/N 150-1012
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
Warranty
93
Warranty
REV 12/09
1) BREAKER TECHNOLOGY INC. Company (hereinafter referred to as “BTI”) warrants this product against defects in materials and
workmanship for a period of twelve (12) months or 2000 hours from the date of installation, or 18 months from the date of
shipment, whichever comes first. This warranty does not cover o-rings, seals, fittings, hoses or other items considered normal
wear items. These are covered by the Limited Warranty period of thirty (30) days. Warranty for propriety items such as valves,
filters, installation kits, and componentry that are not manufactured by BTI, will be governed by the warranty terms of their
manufacturer. This warranty is void if BTI’s standard installation specifications and procedures are not adhered to.
2) BTI will authorize return of any defective components or sufficient evidence of such defect to a BTI warehouse. Such
components or such evidence must clearly show that the defect was caused by faulty material or poor workmanship.
Warranty claim will be accepted only if it is submitted on a proper claims form with proof of purchase and received within
sixty (60) days from the date of discovery of the defect. Warranty claims will be considered only if the “Installation Notice” has
been duly filled in and returned to BTI within thirty (30) days from the date of installation.
3) BTI will at it’s option, repair or refurbish the defective part(s) without charge to the initial user or may elect to issue full or
partial credit toward the purchase of a new part(s). The extent of credit issued, which will be in the form of a “Credit Memo”,
will be determined by pro-rating against the normal life of the part(s) in question.
4) BTI is not responsible for mileage, travel time, travel expenses, overtime labor, and any freight expenses required to facilitate
the repair.
5) This warranty does not apply if the product has been damaged by accident, abuse, misuse, misapplication or neglect, or as a
result of service, disassembly or modification, without BTI’s express authorization.
6) BTI assumes no liability beyond the replacement of defective parts or materials and/or the correction of such defective parts
or materials.
7) BTI neither assumes nor authorizes any other person to assume for it any liability in connection with the sale of its products
other than that specifically stated herein.
8) THIS WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH HEREIN,
BTI MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY, STATUTORY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCTS
MANUFACTURED AND/OR SUPPLIED BY BTI, WHETHER AS TO MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
OR ANY OTHER MATTER. IN NO EVENT, INCLUDING IN THE CASE OF A CLAIM OF NEGLIGENCE, SHALL BTI BE LIABLE FOR
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
HYDRAULIC SHEAR OWNER’S MANUAL
P/N 150-1012
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
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