Phoenix Flail Mower Operator Manual

Phoenix Flail Mower Operator Manual
Sicma S.p.A.
Miglianico (CH)
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Sicma S.p.A.
Miglianico (CH)
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Sicma S.p.A.
Miglianico (CH)
SICMA S.p.A.
c.da Cerreto, 19 - 66010 Miglianico (CH)
Telefono +39 (0)871 95841 -Telefax +39 (0)871 950295 - Telex 600865 SICMA I
web: www.sicma.it - e-mail: sicma@sicma.it
Jobber
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Printed in Italy
Industrial Manufacture Company of Agricultural Machines
No part of this manual shall be reproduced, copied or disseminated by any means without SICMA
joint-stock company prior authorization in writing.
SICMA joint-stock company reserves the right to make any necessary changes without giving prior
notice in order to optimize the quality and safety of its products and without committing itself to
update this manual every time a change takes place.
This booklet provides an accurate description of the operating instructions and maintenance
activities to be carried out on the shredder you bought. We congratulate you on your choice and
remind you that reading and following scrupulously all prescriptions here contained will assure the
regular working of your machine and especially a high degree of safety.
The manufacturer therefore declines all responsibility as for the onset of problems caused
by a lack of compliance with the instructions and/or negligence of the operator.
This manual is divided into chapters and paragraphs and its pages are progressively numbered in
order to present information in a clear and concise way. Information, thus, can be found through the
keywords used as chapters’ title and especially consulting the index (page 4).
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INDEX
General information
Symbols
Page 5
Tightening table
Page 5
Safety labels
Page 6
Technical data
Page 7/8
Main parts
Page 8
Identification plates
Page 9
Allowed/improper use
Page 9
Safety
Safety in the workplace
Page 10
Job clothing
Page 10
General safety rules
Page 10/11
Set up
Connection to the tractor
Page 12
Connection through Cardan joint
Page 13
Working height adjustment
Page 14
Side shift regulation
Page 15/16
Back cover regulation
Page 16
Strewing devices regulation
Page 16
Side skids regulation
Page 17
Wood cutting
Page 17
Spring-loaded arm and feeler arm
regulation
Page 18/19
Cutters
Page 19
Starting up
Page 20
Working speed
Page 20
Road transport
Page 20
Set aside
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Maintenance
Maintenance program
Page 22/23
Spring-loaded/feeler arm
maintenance program
Page 24
Cutters/hammers check
Page 25
Spare parts ordering
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GENERAL INFORMATION
SYMBOLS
This booklet contains three “safety graphic symbols” to highlight as many danger levels or important
information:
It draws the operator’s attention to situations which can
jeopardize people’s safety.
It draws the attention to situations which jeopardize the
machine efficiency but not people’s safety.
It highlights general information which does not endanger
people’s safety or the efficiency of the parts.
BOLTS AND NUTS TIGHTENING TABLE
In order to tighten correctly all bolts and nuts of your shredder, we advice you to use a special
dynamometrical spanner and to refer to the following table:
THREADED BOLTS
Bolt class
thread
M6
M8
M10
M12
M14
M16
M18
8.8
Nm
11
28
55
95
150
240
330
10.9
Lb-ft
8.5
20
40
70
110
175
250
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Nm
17
40
80
140
225
305
475
Lb-ft
12
30
60
105
165
225
350
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SAFETY LABELS
The safety labels and the information on the machine, listed in the following table, must be
necessarily carried out; failure to carry out these warnings can cause death or severe injuries. Make
sure that the labels are always present and legible, should this not be the case contact your nearest
SICMA dealer to replace the missing or illegible ones.
1
Attention: read carefully all
instruction and safety rules before
using the machine.
Stop engine and remove key
before starting maintenance or
repairs.
4
Use a 540 rpm power takeoff.
7
Hooking point for the machine’s lifting.
2
Danger of feet injuries: rotating
tools, keep away from the
machine.
5
Danger of feet injuries: keep a safety
distance from the machine.
3
Thrown objects: keep a safety
distance from the machine.
Danger of hands injuries: do not
open or remove safety guards
while the machine is operating.
6
Danger of hands injuries: keep safety
guards in position while operating.
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Dati tecnici
model
TSL-L
TSL-L
TSL-L
TSL-L
TSL-L
TSL-L
TSL-L
50
60
70
80
90
100
Working width (m)
weight (kg)
Tractor horse –
power (HP)
0,50
0,60
0,70
0,80
0,90
1,00
62
65
70
77
90
100
10-14
10-14
10-14
10-14
10-14
10-14
TA
TA
TA
TA
TA
95
110
125
140
0,95
1,10
1,25
1,40
108
118
128
138
15-35
15-35
15-35
15-35
SL fisso
SL
SL
SL
SL
095
110
125
140
0,95
1,10
1,25
1,40
223
245
267
289
25-45
25-45
25-45
25-45
SL 095
SL
SL 110
spostabile SL 125
SL 140
0,95
1,10
1,25
1,40
226
249
270
292
25-45
25-45
25-45
25-45
TMX
TMX
TMX
TMX
TMX
110
125
140
155
185
1,10
1,25
1,40
1,55
1,85
275
297
319
341
364
25-45
25-45
25-45
25-45
25-45
TMX
TMX
TMX
TMX
spostabile
TMX
TMX
110
125
140
155
185
1,10
1,25
1,40
1,55
1,85
279
300
322
345
367
25-45
25-45
25-45
25-45
25-45
160
180
200
220
1,60
1,80
2,00
2,20
274
300
350
375
30-60
30-60
30-60
30-60
TE 160
TE
TE 180
spostabile TE 200
TE 220
1,60
1,80
2,00
2,20
294
320
370
395
30-60
30-60
30-60
30-60
125
140
155
185
1,25
1,40
1,55
1,85
356
382
408
450
35-70
35-70
35-70
35-70
TS-P
TS-P 140
TS-P 155
TS-P 185
1,40
1,55
1,85
430
454
466
35-70
35-70
35-70
TRX
TRX
TRX
TRX
TRX
1,40
1,60
1,85
2,20
380
410
530
600
35-70
35-70
35-70
35-70
2,00
2,25
2,55
2,80
688
760
832
904
60-90
60-90
60-90
60-90
1,55
1,80
2,20
2,50
555
605
676
750
60-90
60-90
60-90
60-90
TMX fisso
TE fisso
TS
TR
TUF
TE
TE
TE
TE
TS
TS
TS
TS
TR
TR
TR
TR
140
160
185
220
200
225
255
280
TUF
TUF
TUF
TUF
155
180
220
250
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TSD
TLX-R
FB
TSD
TSD
TSD
TSD
TSD
95
115
125
140
155
TLX-R
TLX-R
TLX-R
TLX-R
FB
FB
FB
FB
125
140
155
185
180
220
250
280
0,90
1,15
1,25
1,40
1,55
530
580
610
650
690
40-80
40-80
40-80
40-80
40-80
1,25
1,40
1,55
1,85
300
321
346
386
25-50
25-50
25-50
25-50
1,80
2,20
2,50
2,80
636
724
790
856
35-80
35-80
35-80
35-80
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MAIN PARTS TERMINOLOGY
A) Frame
B) Lower three-point hitch
C) Third point mast
D) Cardan guard
E) Stabilizing roller
F) Transmission case
G) Cover
H) Foot
I) Adjusting crank
L) Traverse adjusting screw
M) Elevator arms hitch
N) Drive
O) Gearing-up unit
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IDENTIFICATION PLATES
Identification plates are placed on every shredder and are structured as follows:
model of shredder
(example)
dimension
(example)
P.T.O. information
(example)
When asking for information or technical service, always
specify the machine type and width.
ALLOWED USE
SICMA shredders, as described in this instruction and maintenance booklet, have been specifically
designed to mince grass, shrubs and wood up to 6 – 7 cm diameter
Any other use jeopardizes the operator’s safety and the machine integrity.
IMPROPER USE
When using SICMA shredders it is particularly forbidden:
- The attachment to vehicles of unsuitable power or weight.
- To assemble the machine without securing the rebound tie rods of the three-point hitch of
the tractor’s elevator.
- To work in excessively stony grounds
- To use the machine without inserting the check-pins when supplied.
- To work in excessive slopes.
- To lift the machine when the power takeoff is engaged.
- To approach the machine when wearing inappropriate work clothing.
To get on the machine while it is being used or transported
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SAFETY
SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE
Most of the accidents which take place while the operator is using the machine or the equipment or
during their maintenance or repair are caused by a lack of compliance with the basic safety
precautions.
It is necessary, therefore, to become more and more conscious of the potential risks of one’s action
by constantly paying attention to its effects.
If potentially dangerous situations are known, accidents can be prevented!
OPERATOR’S REQUIREMENTS
All operators using the equipment must be competent and meet necessarily the following features:
Physical: good eyesight, coordination and capability of carrying out all functions required for the
machine’s use.
Mental: capability of understanding and applying the established rules and safety precautions.
Users must pay attention and be sensible for their own and other people’s safety.
Training: users must have read and studied this manual, its eventual enclosed graphs and schemes
and its identification and danger plates. They must be skilled and trained on any use or maintenance
activities.
ABBIGLIAMENTO DA LAVORO
WORK CLOTHING
When working and especially when executing repair or maintenance activities, it is necessary to
wear the following clothing and safety accessories:
-
Overalls or other comfortable clothing, not too loose to prevent
the possibility that parts of them might be caught in the moving
parts.
-
Protective gloves for hands.
-
Protective glasses or faceplate to protect eyes and face.
-
Protective helmet for the head.
-
Safety shoes
Wear only personal safety accessories in good condition and
complying with the rules in force.
GENERAL SAFETY RULES
Always consider the features of the area where work is taking place:
-
When the equipment is running, it is forbidden to stand within the field of action of the
shredder or of the other accessories of which it is provided with.
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Prepare the work:
- Before and when working do not drink alcohol, take drugs or any other substances which
may alter your capability of working with machine tools.
-
Be sure to have sufficient fuel, to prevent a forced stopping of the machine, maybe during a
critical movement.
-
Do not use the equipment under unsafe conditions. For instance, it is forbidden to execute
makeshift repair activities just to start working; it is forbidden to work at night with an
insufficiently illuminated working area.
When working or during the maintenance activities it is necessary to remember:
- The labels and stickers providing instructions and pointing out the dangers, must not be
removed, hidden or made illegible.
-
Do not remove, except in case of maintenance, the safety devices, protective covers or
sumps. When it is necessary to remove them, stop engine, handle with care and reassemble
them properly before restarting the engine and using the equipment.
-
It is forbidden to lubricate, clean and adjust the moving parts while they are running.
-
During maintenance or adjustment activities on the equipment it is forbidden to use hands
for executing operations for which there are specific tools.
-
Do not use tools in bad condition or inappropriately, for instance pliers rather than monkey
spanners, etc.
-
Before executing interventions on hydraulic lines under pressure, disconnect their
components and make sure that the line is no longer under pressure and that it does not
contain any hot fluid.
-
Check out all pipe fittings and make sure that they are well connected before raising steam to
the hydraulic lines.
-
When maintenance or repairs are completed check out that no tools, wiping rags or other
materials are left inside spaces or guides with moving parts.
-
While using the equipment it is forbidden to make more than one person give directions and
make signals. The eventual directions and signals relating to the load handling must be given
by a person only.
-
Do not unexpectedly call an operator while he is working if not necessary; it is forbidden as
well to frighten who is working and throw objects, even if just for fun.
-
Watch out those present, especially the children!
-
Make always sure that no people stand within the equipment’s ray of action.
-
Do not make people get on the machine.
-
When the equipment is not needed, stop the vehicle’s engine, park it on a flat ground with
first speed and parking brake on, with the machine rested on the ground and power takeoff
disengaged.
-
Do not make any cleanings, lubrications, repairs or adjustments with running engine and
lifted machine.
-
Never use the machine in steep slopes which may jeopardize the equipment’s stability.
SICMA declines all responsibility for a lack of compliance with these instructions.
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STARTING UP
ATTACHMENT TO THE TRACTOR
It is necessary to read up this instruction manual and the manuals of the tractor and cardan shaft
manufacturer.
All SICMA shredders have been manufactured to be attached to any tractor provided with hydraulic
elevator and universal three-point hitch.
Before attaching the
equipment to the
tractor, set both on a
flat and smooth
ground and make sure
that nobody is
standing between
them.
Move slowly the
tractor towards the
shredder by aligning
the tractor elevator’s
arms to the two
shredder hitches’
lateral gudgeons; stop engine and pull parking brake.
Connect first the lower arms by removing the release pins of the gudgeons placed on the plates ,
inserting the elevator bars into the arms centre and fastening them with the relevant release pins,
which had been removed in precedence
Connect, afterwards, the tractor tie rod to the third upper point by removing the pin located
between the plates, inserting the tie rod itself and locking it with the pin.
Adjust the third point so that the upper part of
the frame is parallel to the ground.
Lock all connection parts with the special sway
chains or tie rods.
It is always good to make sure that the central
group axis (sump/bevel gear pair) is parallel to
the ground thus reducing the stresses on the
power takeoff and extending the working life of
the equipment.
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TLX-R and FB shredders (picture 2) are reversing; it is thus
possible to attach them to the front part of all tractors provided
with a three-point hitch front elevator.
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Pay attention to the tractor’s front wheels grip when the
equipment is set up and lifted; if the wheels appear to be too
lightened, ballast the tractor front part.
After executing the above-mentioned activities it is always
good to check that all bolts and nuts of your shredder are
tightened strongly (refer to the bolts and nuts tightening
table described in this booklet).
ATTACHMENT TO THE CARDAN SHAFT
Before assembling the cardan shaft, it is very important to check out that its number of revolutions
and direction of rotation match those of the tractor. Moreover, read carefully the instruction manuals
of the cardan shaft and the tractor manufacturers.
Before starting work, check the presence of the safety guards on the power takeoffs of the machine,
of the cardan shaft and of the tractor. Check in particular that the safety guards cover the cardan
shaft throughout its extension.
When at their maximum extension, the safety guards’ plastic
hoses shall overlap of at least 1/3 of their length (LT). When
in their maximum closing position, the minimum clearance
allowed shall be of 1-2 cm.
Check out that the cardan shaft minimum and maximum
length are the ones required by the machine-tractor
coupling.
Should problems arise, contact a skilled repair shop or
the cardan retailer. After installation, secure safety
guards both to the tractor and the machine using the
special chains and make sure that they pivot freely. If
the cardan shaft is equipped with other safety devices,
such as a pair limiter or freewheels, be sure to install
them on the machine side. As for the cardan use and
maintenance refer to the relevant booklet.
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WORKING HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
The machine’s working height is determined by the position of the rear roller and, in some models,
by the rear wheels.
Lifting the roller or wheels the cutters get close to the soil, whereas lowering them the cutters get
far from it. After a modification of the working height be sure that the cutters skim the ground: a
direct contact with it would cause their wear.
Picture
3
To adjust the roller height (picture 3):
- Screw out and remove screws A which
fasten the roller on both sides.
- Loosen screw B.
- Lift or lower roller C through holes D.
- Insert back and tighten screws A.
- Tighten screw B.
To adjust the wheels height on TRX, TS, TS-P
models (picture 4) and on TR, TUF, TSD models (picture 5):
- Loosen screws A on both sides;
- Screw out and remove screws B on both sides.
- Lift or lower wheels C through holes D equally on the left and right sides.
- Insert back and tighten screws B.
Tighten screws A
Picture 4
Picture
To adjust the wheels height on TMX, SL, TE models (picture
6):
- extract split pin A;
- extract gudgeon C and adjust height alterning the
position of bushings B;
- after regulation insert back gudgeon C and split pin A.
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SIDE SHIFT ADJUSTMENT
TS-P, SL1, TMX1, TE1, TLX-R, TRX, TR, TUF, FB shredders are provided with side shift, both
manual (through worm screw or adjustable rod) and hydraulic.
To adjust side shift on the machines provided with worm screw
shift (picture 7):
- Take off crank B from its housing and insert it in trailing
tang C.
- Swing the crank clockwise or counterclockwise up to
needed shift
- After regulation, leave crank B from trailing tang C and
replace it into its housing.
Picture
Picture
7
8
To adjust side shift on models equipped with rod
shift (picture 8):
- extract gudgeon A and adjust the length of
rod B through holes C: the length of rod B
determines the machine side shift.
After adjustment, insert back gudgeon A into
needed hole.
Picture
9
Picture
10
To adjust TUF shredder side shift (picture 9)
act as follows:
- loosen screws A;
- if side shift is made through worm
screw, go on as above; if it is a hydraulic
side shift, use the control levers for
traversing the jack;
- after regulation tighten strongly screws
A (refer to the bolts and nuts tightening
table described in this booklet)
TMX2, SL2 and TE2 shredders are provided
with only two side shift positions. To adjust
their side shift (picture 10):
- Screw out and extract screws A.
- Disassemble frame B connecting the
elevator and place it on the shredder
frame through holes C.
- After adjustment insert screws A back
and tighten strongly.
1
2
traversing model
fixed model
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Work height and side shift adjustments shall be made only on
working ground and only after having stopped the engine,
disengaged the power takeoff and pulled the parking brake.
If necessary, lift the machine from the ground but, in order to
avoid risks for people, place it on rests thus preventing any
injuries that might be caused by its sudden fall.
BACK COVER ADJUSTMENT
To avoid a stoppage of the minced material, some shredder models are provided with a back cover
whose opening can be adjusted.
Picture 11
To adjust TMX, TRX and TUF shredders back
covers (picture 11):
- Unscrew and extract gudgeons A which lock
the cover on both sides.
- Lift the cover through holes B placed on it
up to needed opening.
- After regulation insert back and tighten
gudgeon A.
Picture
12
To adjust TR and TRP models back covers
(picture 12):
- Unscrew and extract gudgeons A on
both sides of the cover;
- Place rods B whom the machine is
equipped with;
- Adjust back cover opening through
holes C;
- After regulation insert back and tighten
gudgeons A strongly.
STREWING DEVICES ADJUSTMENT
Some shredder models TRX, TR, TRP are equipped with strewing devices which swerve sideways
all material produced by the shredder.
Picture 13
To adjust the strewing devices (picture 13):
- Loosen screws C; loosen screws A too.
- Adjust the radius of the strewing device B
up to needed position, paying attention on
respecting the same position for all the
other strewing devices (right and left side).
- Tighten screws C and A strongly (refer to
the bolt and nuts tightening table described
on this booklet).
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SIDE SKIDS ADJUSTMENT
The side skids whom some shredder models (TLX-R, TS, TS-P, TRX, TR, TUF, TRP, FB, SL,
TMX, TE) are provided with, avoid an excessive sinking of the machine on the ground during
working.
Picture 14
To adjust the skids height (picture 14):
- Unscrew and extract screws A.
- Adjust the skids height through holes B
up to needed height.
- After regulation insert back and tighten
screws A strongly (refer to the bolt and
nuts tightening table described on this
booklet).
Do the same thing on the opposite side of the
machine.
These operations shall be made only on working ground and
only after having stopped the engine, disengaged the power
takeoff and pulled the parking brake. If necessary, lift the
machine from the ground but, in order to avoid risks for
people, place it on rests thus preventing any injuries that
might be caused by its sudden fall.
WOOD CUTTING
Some shredders models (TMX, SL, TS, TS-P, TRX, TR, TUF, and TE), provided with hammers
(see “cutters” section) and with back blades, are able to mince also bigger shrubs.
Picture 15
To place the back blades (picture 15):
-
Insert the back blades A into their special
housing;
Push them up to make them skimming the soil;
Insert split pin B into the special drilling up to
needed height.
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FEELER ARM AND SPRING-LOADED ARM
Some shredder models (TS, TS-P, TRX, and TUF) can be equipped with a side arm which allows
making the mincing of material even in uncomfortable areas during work, such as inter-lines
grounds.
Side arms can be of two types:
- feeler arm, equipped with a side rod which makes the arm return (through hydraulic movement)
even after the crash with obstacles not too big (i.e. shrubs, shoots, etc);
- spring-loaded arm, without the side rod, but equipped with a simple return spring which makes
the arm return (through mechanical movement) only after the crash with bigger object (i.e. stakes,
stocks, etc);
Fig. 16
Arm activation and deactivation
To set in action both feeler and spring-loaded
arms use lever C (picture 16):
- Place it in position A to set the arm
hydraulic system in action;
Place it in position B to deactivate the
arm hydraulic system.
Picture
Picture
16
17
Adjustment of the arm’s sensibility to the
ground (feeler and spring-loaded arm)
The arm’s sensibility to the ground can be
adjusted through spring A (picture 17) which
acts on tie rod B:
- tightening tie rod B the arm’s sensibility to
the ground grows up;
- loosening tie rod B the arm’s sensibility to the
ground decreases;
Adjustment of the feeler arm working
amplitude
To adjust the feeler arm working amplitude
radium (picture 18):
- Extract support B;
- Adjust the length of screw A considering
that the shorter the screw’s length the
greater the rod’s radium amplitude (thus
increasing the working amplitude);
- After adjustment, insert support B back.
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Adjustment of spring-loaded arm
resistance to obstacles
19
To adjust the spring-loaded arm
resistance to obstacles use return spring A
(picture 19) moving it rightwards on
hooking support B to decrease the arm
resistance to obstacles, vice versa leftwards
to increase resistance to obstacles.
These operations shall be made only on working ground and
only after having stopped the engine, disengaged the power
takeoff and pulled the parking brake. If necessary, lift the
machine from the ground but, in order to avoid risks for
people, place it on rests thus preventing any injuries that
might be caused by its sudden fall.
CUTTERS
Shredders can be equipped with different types of cutters or hammers according to the work to be
done:
All-purpose cutters: for grass, straw, and maize.
Straight cutters with counter cutters: for straw, wheat, extra fine mincing.
Hammers: for wood and shrubs.
STARTNG UP
Now that all setting up operations are completed, your machine is ready to be used; after reaching
the work place we advice to engage power takeoff only after having lifted the shredder of a few
centimetres with the tractor elevator. After this, it is possible to start engine, engage power takeoff,
drop the machine down to work position and start using it.
WORKING SPEED
The working speed depends on the quality, the diameter and the height of the material to be cut;
anyway, it must be between 3 and 10 km/h. The power takeoff speed must be 540 rpm maximum
(max 1000 rpm FB shredder)
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ROAD TRANSPORT
While transporting the machine it is very important to follow the road traffic code of the country
where you circulate.
SET ASIDE
If your shredder will not be used for a long period of time, we advice to:
1
Wash the machine accurately and dry it.
2
Check out all equipment and replace eventual damaged or worn parts.
3
Tighten strongly all bolts and nuts (ref. bolts and nuts tightening table).
Make an accurate greasing and finally protect the whole machine with a tarpaulin and put it in a dry
place.
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MAINTENANCE
Maintenance is a fundamental operation to extend life and performances of any agricultural vehicle;
taking care of the machine grants you not only a good work execution, but also a longer life of the
whole equipment and a greater safety on the workplace.
The operating times indicated on this manual have just an informative character and are referred to
normal conditions of use; they can thus undergo variations according to the type of service, to the
more or less dusty environment, to seasonal factors, etc
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Before injecting lubricating grease into the nipples, clean
them accurately to prevent mud, dust or other foreign
matters from mixing up with grease, thus diminishing the
lubrication effect
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When making oil feed or change it is better to use the
same oil type, in order to avoid mixing oils with different
features.
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When executing maintenance activities, keep the machine
rested on the ground in horizontal position.
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After the first working hours check that all bolts and nuts
are tightened strongly; remember also to check often all
the machine safety guards.
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MAINTENANCE OF THE MACHINES
FIRST CHECK
- Check the correct tension of the driving belt *
- Check that all bolts and nuts are tightened strongly *
- After the first 50 hours of work change oil in the overgear unit *
EVERY 8 HOURS OF WORK
- Grease the shaft support (driveline side) through the lubricating nipple A (picture 20)
- Grease the shaft support (external side) through the lubricating nipple A (picture 21)
- Grease the shaft support (driveline) (TA, TMX, TLX-R, TSD, TE, SL) through the lubricating
nipple A (picture 22)
- Grease the stabilizing roller through the lubricating nipple A (picture 23)
- Grease the side shift rods through the lubricating nipple A (picture 24 - TMX, TR, TRX, TE and picture 25 - TSP - )
- Grease the cardan shaft spiders on gearbox (TR, FB, TSD); do as follows (picture 26):
- screw out wing nuts A and remove safety guard B;
- grease the spiders through lubricating nipple (see the cardan shaft manual);
- after greasing replace safety guard B and tighten wing nuts A strongly.
EVERY 50 HOURS OF WORK
- Check the correct tension of the collection rotor gearing chain (only TSD) and lubricate *
- Check the correct tension of the driving belt *
- Check that all bolts and nuts are tightened strongly *
- Check the cutters/hammers wear state
- Check the overgear unit oil level through plug A (picture 27)
EVERY 500 HOURS OF WORK
- Check that all bolts and nuts are tightened strongly *
- Change oil in the overgear unit *
EVERY 1000 HOURS OF WORK
Replace the driving belt*
* ATTENTION: this maintenance activity is to be made only at SICMA authorized repair shops.
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FEELER AND SPRING-LOADED ARMS MAINTENANCE
FIRST CHECK
After the first 50 hours of work change oil in
oil tank A (picture 28)*
EVERY 8 HOURS OF WORK
- Grease all components of the arm through
lubricating nipples A (pictures 29 and 30)
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EVERY 50 HOURS OF WORK
- Check oil level in tank A (picture 28) through
plug B.
EVERY 500 HOURS OF WORK
- Replace oil filter C (picture 28) *
- Change oil in oil tank *
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ATTENTION: this maintenance activity is to be made only at SICMA authorized repair shops.
Get rid of exhaust oil in compliance with the relevant rules of
the country where you operate. It is thus forbidden to pour it
on the ground.
Before executing maintenance activities on the machine, stop
engine, disengage power takeoff, pull parking brake and
place the equipment on the ground.
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CUTTERS/HAMMERS CHECK
To assure a perfect functioning of the machine, check often (at least every 50 hours of work) that
the shredder’s hammers are in good condition and perfectly fixed by the locking bolts; in case they
are broken replace them with new spare parts.
For any cutter or hammer replacements please contact the nearest SICMA authorized repair shop.
Before starting the inspection of cutters and hammers, stop
engine, pull parking brake and disengage power takeoff; lift
then the shredder with the tractor elevator and place it on
rests to avoid an accidental fall.
SPARE PARTS ORDERING
To order spare parts, please consult the catalogue.
Request of spare parts must be made to the retailer or to the nearest service centre and must
always be completed with the following information:
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Type and width of the equipment.
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Code number of the needed spare part. Lack of this number, you can replace it with the number
of the table where the part is represented and the correspondent reference.
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Denomination of the needed part and desired quantity.
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Chosen transportation. When this item is not specified, the retailer or service centre, even
devoting many cares to this service, do not answer for eventual shipping delays due to acts of
God. Transport charges must always be paid by the addressee.
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