lever chain hoist models

lever chain hoist models
Form MHD56109
PARTS, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
for
LEVER CHAIN HOIST MODELS
SLB150
3/4 ton
SLB600
3 ton
LOA
D
FREE
SLB200
1 ton
SLB1200
6 ton
SLB300
1-1/2 ton
(Dwg. MHP0829)
READ THIS MANUAL BEFORE USING THESE PRODUCTS. This manual
contains important safety, installation, operation and maintenance
information. Make this manual available to all persons responsible for
the installation, operation and maintenance of these products.
WARNING
Do not use this hoist for lifting, supporting, or transporting people or lifting or supporting
loads over people.
Always operate, inspect and maintain this hoist in accordance with American National
Standards Institute Safety Code (ASME B30.21) and any other applicable safety codes
and regulations.
Form MHD56109
Edition 8
August 2008
71480545
© 2008 Ingersoll Rand Company
SAFETY INFORMATION
This manual provides important information for all personnel
involved with the safe installation, operation and proper
maintenance of this product. Even if you feel you are familiar
with this or similar equipment, you should read this manual
before operating the product.
Danger, Warning, Caution and Notice
Throughout this manual there are steps and procedures which, if
not followed, may result in a hazard. The following signal words
are used to identify the level of potential hazard.
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, will result
in death or serious injury.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result in
death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, may result in minor
or moderate injury or property damage.
NOTICE
Indicates information or a company
policy that relates directly or indirectly to
the safety of personnel or protection of
property.
Safety Summary
Ingersoll Rand hoists are manufactured in accordance with the
latest ASME B30.21 standards.
WARNING
• Do not use this hoist for lifting, supporting, or transporting
people or lifting or supporting loads over people.
• Hoists are designed to provide a 4 to 1 safety factor.
Supporting structures and load-attaching devices used in
conjunction with this hoist must provide adequate support to
handle all hoist operations, plus the weight of hoist and
attached equipment. This is the customer’s responsibility. If in
doubt, consult a registered structural engineer.
The National Safety Council, Accident Prevention Manual for
Industrial Operations, Eighth Edition and other recognized safety
sources make a common point: Employees who work near cranes
or assist in hooking on or arranging a load should be instructed to
keep out from under the load. From a safety standpoint, one factor
is paramount: conduct all lifting operations in such a manner that
if there were an equipment failure, no personnel would be injured.
This means keep out from under a raised load and keep out of the
line of force of any load.
The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 generally places
the burden of compliance with the user, not the manufacturer.
Many OSHA requirements are not concerned or connected with
the manufactured product but are, rather, connected with the final
installation. It is the owner’s and user’s responsibility to
determine the suitability of a product for any particular use. It is
recommended that all applicable industry, trade association,
federal, state and local regulations be checked. Read all operating
instructions and warnings before operation.
Rigging: It is the responsibility of the operator to exercise
caution, use common sense and be familiar with proper rigging
techniques. Refer to ASME B30.9 for rigging information,
American National Standards Institute, 1430 Broadway, New
York, NY 10018.
WARNING TAG
Each hoist is supplied from the factory with a multi-language
warning tag shown. If the tag is not attached to your unit, order a
new tag and install it. Refer to parts list for part number. Read and
obey all warnings and other safety information attached to this
hoist. Tag may be shown smaller than actual size.
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WARNING
Failure to follow these warnings may result in
death, severe injury or property damage:
• Read manual before using this product.
• Do not lift, lower or pull more than
rated load.
• Do not lift people or loads over
people.
• Do not operate with twisted or damaged
chain or kinked, frayed or cut rope or strap.
• Do not operate lever hoist or puller with handle
extension (cheaters).
• Do not operate if damaged or malfunctioning.
• Do not operate when chain, rope or strap cannot
form straight line with load.
• Do not operate with other than manual power.
• Do not operate with open latch, twisted hook or
without a latch.
• Always keep minimum of 3 wraps of wire rope
or 2 wraps of strap on drum.
• Do not remove or obscure warning labels.
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SAFE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
The following warnings and operating instructions have been
adapted in part from American National Standard ASME B30.21
and are intended to avoid unsafe operating practices which might
lead to injury or property damage.
Ingersoll Rand recognizes that most companies who use hoists
have a safety program in force in their plants. In the event that
some conflict exists between a rule set forth in this publication
and a similar rule already set by an individual company, the more
stringent of the two should take precedence.
Safe Operating Instructions are provided to make an operator
aware of dangerous practices to avoid and are not necessarily
limited to the following list. Refer to specific sections in the
manual for additional safety information.
1.
Only allow personnel trained in safety and operation of this
product to operate hoist.
2. Only operate a hoist if you are physically fit to do so.
3. When a “DO NOT OPERATE” sign is placed on hoist, do
not operate hoist until sign has been removed by designated
personnel.
4. Before each shift, the operator should inspect hoist for wear
or damage.
5. Never use a hoist which inspection indicates is worn or
damaged.
6. Periodically, inspect hoist thoroughly and replace worn or
damaged parts. Refer to “INSPECTION” section.
7. Lubricate hoist regularly. Refer to “LUBRICATION”
section.
8. Do not use hoist if hook latch has been sprung or broken.
9. Check that hook latches are engaged before using.
10. Never splice a hoist chain by inserting a bolt between links.
11. Only lift loads less than or equal to rated capacity of hoist.
Refer to “SPECIFICATIONS” section.
12. Never use hoist load chain as a sling.
13. Never operate a hoist when load chain is not centered under
top hook. Do not “side pull” or “yard.”
14. Never operate a hoist with twisted, kinked, “capsized” or
damaged load chain.
15. Do not force a chain or hook into place by hammering.
16. Never insert point of hook into a chain link.
17. Be certain load is properly seated in saddle of hook and hook
latch is engaged.
18. Do not support load on tip of hook.
19. Never run load chain over a sharp edge. Use a sheave.
20. When using two hoists to suspend one load, select two hoists
each having a rated capacity equal to or more than the load.
This provides adequate safety in the event of a sudden load
shift.
21. Pay attention to the load at all times when operating hoist.
22. Always ensure that you, and all other people, are clear of
load path. Do not lift a load over people.
23. Never use hoist for lifting or lowering people, and never
allow anyone to stand on a suspended load.
24. Ease slack out of chain and sling when starting a lift. Do not
jerk the load.
25. Do not swing a suspended load.
26. Do not leave a load suspended when hoist is unattended or
not in use.
27. Never weld or cut on a load suspended by the hoist.
28. Never use hoist chain as a welding electrode.
29. Do not operate hoist if chain jumping, excessive noise,
jamming, overloading, or binding occurs.
30. Keep load from hitting load chain.
31. Do not use a cheater bar or extended handle.
32. Never place hand inside throat area of a hook.
33. After use, or when in a non-operational mode, hoist should
be secured against unauthorized and unwarranted use.
34. Only operate hoist with manual power.
SPECIFICATIONS
General
Model Code Explanation
The Lever Chain Hoist can be mounted to the suspension shaft of
a trolley or a permanent mounting structure. The hoist is designed
to lift and lower loads up to rated capacity with minimal lever
effort.
Example:
SLB
-
300
-
15
Series
Hoist Capacity
Lift (Hoist load chain/hook travel)
To determine hoist configuration refer to capacity and lot number
nameplate located on hand lever for model number information.
Series
SLB = Silver Lever Hoist
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Hoist Capacity
150 = 3/4 metric ton / 750 kg
200 = 1 metric ton / 1,000 kg
300 = 1-1/2 metric ton / 1,500 kg
600 = 3 metric ton / 3,000 kg
1200 = 6 metric ton / 6,000 kg
Lift
15 = 5 m (standard)
20 = 6 m
XX = Specify length
F = Hoist without load chain
Options
S = Shipyard Hook
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Specifications Table
Model
No.
Capacity
(metric tons)
Lever Pull to lift
rated load (kg)
SLB150
SLB200
SLB300
SLB600
SLB1200
3/4
1
1-1/2
3
6
18.5
27
24
24
26
Load
Chain size (mm)
Wt. of chain per
0.3 m of lift (kg)
6 x 18
0.24
7.1 x 21.2
No. of chain
falls
7.03
1
0.34
1.66
1.32
10 x 30
Hoist Net Weight
with standard
1.5 m of lift (kg)
11.0
20.0
30.4
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INSTALLATION
Prior to installing hoist, carefully inspect it for possible shipping
damage. Hoists are supplied fully lubricated from the factory.
Ensure load chain is lubricated prior to hoist operation.
NOTICE
• Each time a load is lifted, operation of load brake should be
checked by raising load slightly and stopping to ensure brake
will hold load before continuing to lift load.
• Owners and users are advised to examine specific, local or
other regulations, including American National Standards
Institute and/or OSHA Regulations, which may apply to a
particular type of use of this product, before installing or
putting hoist to use.
Top Hook
Hook Latch
The SLB lever chain hoist can be used in any position provided it
is rigged to pull in a straight line from top hook to bottom hook.
D
FREE
LOA
CAUTION
Free Knob
Selector Lever
The hoist body must be positioned so that it does not contact the
load or support members when in use. Ensure hand lever
movement is unrestricted.
Load Chain
(Hook side)
When operating in limited areas suitable lifting attachments or
slings must be used to prevent hoist body and hand lever from
being obstructed.
Bottom
Hook
Chain Stopper
CAUTION
Hand Lever
Load Chain
(Anchor side)
(Dwg. MHP0830)
• Ensure hoist top and bottom hooks are properly rigged and
hook latches are engaged, prior to use.
Initial Operating Checks
Familiarize operators and personnel responsible for hoist
installation and service with ASME B30.21 specifications and
this manual prior to placing unit into service. All requirements of
this specification, including testing should be met before
approving hoist for operation.
Operate hoist with a test load (10% of rated capacity) by raising
and lowering this load several times. Verify brake operation by
lowering same load to check load does not slip when lowering
stops.
OPERATION
The four most important aspects of hoist operation are:
1. Follow all safety instructions when operating hoist.
2. Allow only personnel trained in safety and operation of this
hoist to operate hoist.
3. Subject each hoist to a regular inspection and maintenance
procedure.
4. Be aware of hoist capacity and weight of load at all times.
Positioning Unloaded Hook (Neutral Position)
Refer to Dwg. MHP0830 on page 4.
Check that chain stopper (54) is securely fastened in last link of
load chain anchor end. The load chain stopper is intended to
prevent load chain from becoming disengaged from hoist and is
not intended to support the load.
WARNING
• The hoist is not designed or suitable for lifting, lowering or
moving persons. Never lift loads over people.
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Lowering Load (DOWN Position - Payout)
CAUTION
Refer to Dwg. MHP0825 on page 5.
• Ensure load is properly seated in saddle of bottom hook.
In NEUTRAL “N” position hand lever does not engage ratchet
gear. The hand lever free-wheels until selector lever is shifted to
UP or DOWN position.
1. Set selector lever to NEUTRAL (center) position.
2. Turn free chain knob counterclockwise.
3. Grasp and pull one side of load chain or turn free knob until
desired hook location is achieved.
4. Connect hook to load. Pull anchor side of load chain or turn
free knob until chain slack is removed.
WARNING
• Do not continue lowering load after chain stopper has
contacted hoist body as damage may occur to hoist resulting in
a falling load which can cause severe injury, death or property
damage.
The following procedure assumes hoist selector lever is in UP
position, hoist is holding a load and the operator wants to lower
(payout) the load:
1. Place selector lever in DOWN position.
2. Rotate (ratchet) hand lever in counterclockwise direction to
lower (payout) load.
WARNING
• Do not support or hang loads from load chain anchor end.
Brake may not hold load or operate correctly.
CAUTION
Lifting Load (UP Position - Haul-In)
• To prevent injury or property damage always lower loads
until load chain becomes slack before shifting to NEUTRAL
position.
Refer to Dwg. MHP0825 on page 5.
The following procedure assumes hoist is in NEUTRAL (center)
position and hook is attached to a load, but hoist is not supporting
the load.
1. Place selector lever in UP position.
2. Rotate free knob clockwise.
3. Pull anchor end of load chain until slack is removed.
4. Rotate (ratchet) hand lever in clockwise direction to raise
(haul-in) load.
Storing the Hoist
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
NOTICE
Always store hoist in a no load condition.
Switch selector lever to NEUTRAL (center position).
Wipe off all dirt and water.
Oil the chain, hook pins and hook latch pins.
Hang in a dry place.
Before returning hoist to service follow instructions for
‘Hoists not in Regular Use’ in “INSPECTION” section.
• Ratchet may not engage and raise (haul-in) load until all
chain slack is removed and hoist is supporting load weight. If
hand lever movement does not produce lifting, apply tension
to anchor side of load chain while ratcheting until slack is
removed and hoist begins lifting load. If hoist does not operate
properly under load, remove load, inspect and repair hoist.
Neutral
Free Chain Position
“Up”
(Haul In) Position
“Down”
(Payout) Position
Free
Knob
LO
AD
LO
AD
F
D
LOA
F
REE
REE
FREE
Selector
Lever
(Dwg. MHP0825)
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INSPECTION
WARNING
1.
• All new, altered or modified equipment should be inspected
and tested by personnel trained in safety, operation and
maintenance of this equipment to ensure safe operation at
rated specifications before placing equipment in service.
2.
Frequent and periodic inspections should be performed on
equipment in regular service. Frequent inspections are visual
examinations performed by operators or service personnel and
include observations made during routine equipment operation.
Periodic inspections are thorough inspections conducted by
personnel trained in the safety, operation and maintenance of this
equipment. ASME B30.21 states inspection intervals depend
upon the nature of the critical components of the equipment and
severity of usage.
OPERATION. Check for visual signs or abnormal noises
which could indicate a potential problem. Check chain feed
through hoist and on 6 ton units the hook idler sheave. If
chain binds, jumps or is excessively noisy or “clicks,” clean
and lubricate the chain. If problem persists, chain may have
to be replaced. Do not operate hoist until all problems have
been determined and corrected.
HOOKS. Check for wear or damage, increased throat width,
bent shank or twisting of hook. Replace hooks that exceed
the throat opening discard width (15%) shown in Table 1
(refer to Dwg. MHP0040 on page 6) or are twisted (refer to
Dwg. MHP0111 on page 6). If hook latch snaps past tip of
hook, hook is sprung and must be replaced. Check hooks
swivel easily and smoothly. Repair or lubricate as necessary.
Throat Width
Careful inspection on a regular basis will reveal potentially
dangerous conditions while still in the early stages, allowing
corrective action to be taken before the condition becomes
dangerous.
Deficiencies revealed through inspection, or noted during
operation, must be reported to designated personnel trained in
safety, operation and maintenance of this equipment. A
determination as to whether a condition constitutes a safety
hazard must be decided, and the correction of noted safety
hazards accomplished and documented before placing equipment
in service.
(Dwg. MHP0040)
Table 1
Throat Width
(mm)
Discard Width
(mm)
SLB150
29
31
SLB200
32
35
SLB300
35
39
SLB600
44
48.3
SLB1200
50
55
Model No.
Records and Reports
Inspection records, listing all points requiring periodic inspection
should be maintained for all load bearing equipment. Written
reports, based on severity of service, should be made on the
condition of critical parts as a method of documenting periodic
inspections. These reports should be dated, signed by the person
who performed the inspection, and kept on file where they are
readily available for review.
Load Chain Reports
3.
HOOK LATCHES. Check operation of hook latches.
Replace if broken or missing.
Records should be maintained documenting the condition of load
chain removed from service as part of a long-range load chain
inspection program. Accurate records will establish a relationship
between visual observations noted during frequent inspections
and the actual condition of the load chain as determined by
periodic inspection methods.
Frequent Inspection
The lever chain hoist should be inspected at the beginning of each
shift. Visual inspections should also be conducted during regular
service for any damage or evidence of malfunction which appears
between regular inspections.
Twisted
DO NOT USE
Normal
Can Be Used
(Dwg. MHP0111)
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4.
CHAIN. Refer to Dwg. MHP0102 on page 7. Examine each
link for bending, cracks in weld areas or shoulders,
transverse nicks and gouges, weld splatter, corrosion pits,
striation (minute parallel lines) and chain wear, including
bearing surfaces between chain links. Replace a chain that
fails any of the inspections. Check lubrication and lubricate
if necessary. Refer to “Load Chain” in “LUBRICATION”
section.
3.
4.
5.
Welded Area
Diameter
Wear in
these areas
6.
7.
8.
(Dwg. MHP0102)
CAUTION
• The full extent of chain wear cannot be determined by visual
inspection. At any indication of chain wear, inspect chain and
load sheave in accordance with instructions in “Periodic
Inspection.”
• A worn load chain may cause damage to load sheave. Inspect
load sheave and replace if damaged or worn.
5.
6.
LOAD CHAIN REEVING. Refer to Dwg. MHP0042 on page
9. Make sure welds on standing links are away from load
sheave. Reinstall chain if necessary. On 6 ton hoists, make
sure chain is not capsized, twisted or kinked. Ensure chain
stopper is installed in last link of load chain. Adjust as
required.
HAND LEVER. Check for cracks, bending and other
damage. Replace if necessary.
(Dwg. MHP0041)
Table 2
Model
No.
SLB150
SLB200
SLB600
According to ASME B30.21, frequency of periodic inspection
depends on the severity of usage:
HEAVY
semiannually
Gauge Length
SLB300
Periodic Inspection
NORMAL
yearly
SEVERE
quarterly
Disassembly may be required for HEAVY or SEVERE usage.
Keep accumulative records of periodic inspections to provide a
basis for continuing evaluation. Inspect all items in “Frequent
Inspection”. Also inspect the following:
1. FASTENERS. Check rivets, capscrews, nuts, cotter pins and
other fasteners on hooks and hoist body. Replace if missing
and tighten or secure if loose.
2. ALL COMPONENTS. Inspect for wear, damage, distortion,
deformation and cleanliness. Disassemble and check gears,
shafts, bearings, sheaves, chain guides, springs and covers.
Replace worn or damaged parts. Clean, lubricate and
reassemble.
SLB1200
9.
Chain Size
(mm)
Normal
Length (mm)
Discard
Length (mm)
6 x 18
90
92.3
7.1 x 21.2
105
107.6
10 x 30
150
153.7
CHAIN STOPPER. Ensure chain stopper is installed in last
link of anchor end of load chain. Replace if missing or
damaged. Refer to ‘Attaching End of Load Chain’ in
“MAINTENANCE” section.
Hoists Not in Regular Use
1.
2.
3.
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HOOKS. Inspect hooks for cracks. Use magnetic particle or
dye penetrant to check for cracks. Inspect hook retaining
parts. Tighten, repair or replace if necessary. Refer to the
latest edition of ASME B30.10 (Hooks) for additional hook
inspection information.
CHAIN SHEAVES. Check for excessive wear or damage.
Replace if necessary.
BRAKE. Ensure proper operation. Brake must hold hoist
rated capacity. If load test indicates the need, disassemble.
Brake disks must be free of oil, any grease, unglazed and
uniform in thickness. Refer to “MAINTENANCE” section
for allowable brake disk wear. Check all other brake surfaces
for wear, deformation or foreign deposits. Inspect gear teeth,
pawl and pawl spring for damage. Check that brake pawl
stops counterclockwise rotation of ratchet gear. Clean and
replace damaged components as necessary.
SUPPORTING STRUCTURE. If a permanent structure is
used, inspect for continued ability to support load.
LABELS AND TAGS. Check for presence and legibility.
Replace if necessary.
LOAD CHAIN. Measure chain for stretching by measuring
across five link sections all along chain length, refer to Dwg.
MHP0041 on page 7. When any five links in the working
length reach or exceed discard length shown in Table 2,
replace entire chain. Always use a genuine Ingersoll Rand
replacement chain.
Hoists which have been idle for a period of one month or
more, but less than one year shall be given an inspection
conforming with requirements of “Frequent Inspection”
before being placed into service.
Hoists which have been idle for a period of over one year
shall be given a complete inspection conforming with
requirements of “Periodic Inspection” before being placed
into service.
Standby hoists shall be inspected at least semiannually in
accordance with requirements of “Frequent Inspection”. In
abnormal operating conditions, equipment should be
inspected at shorter intervals.
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LUBRICATION
General
Load Chain
Thread lubricant or an anti-seize compound use is recommended
for threaded shafts, capscrews and nuts. Unless otherwise stated,
remove old lubricant, clean part with an acid free solvent and
apply a new coating of lubricant to part before assembly.
Gear
Remove prevailing torque type nut (60) on side of hoist opposite
hand lever and remove gear case assembly (1). Remove old
grease and replace with new. For temperatures -29° to 10° C use
EP 1 grease or equivalent. For temperatures -1° to 49° C use EP 2
grease or equivalent.
WARNING
• Failure to maintain clean and well lubricated load chain may
result in chain failure causing injury, death or substantial
property damage.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Lubricate each link of chain weekly. Apply new lubricant
over existing layer.
In severe applications or corrosive environments, lubricate
more frequently than normal.
Lubricate hook and hook latch pivot points with same
lubricant used on load chain.
To remove rust or abrasive dust buildup, clean chain with an
acid free solvent. After cleaning, lubricate chain.
Use Ingersoll Rand LUBRI-LINK-GREEN® or a SAE 50
to 90W EP oil.
TROUBLESHOOTING
This section provides basic troubleshooting information. Specific causes to problems are best identified by thorough inspections performed
by personnel instructed in safety, operation and maintenance of this equipment. The chart below provides a brief guide to common hoist
symptoms, probable causes and remedies.
.
SYMPTOM
CAUSE
Hoist will not hold Brake may be slipping.
rated load.
Hoist will not lift
Excess slack in load chain.
load.
Hoist is overloaded.
Hoist is in NEUTRAL (N) mode.
Load chain binds. Damaged load chain, pinion shaft, gears
or sheaves.
Load chain not installed properly
(twisted, kinked or “capsized”).
Load hook latch
Latch broken.
does not work.
Load hook bent or twisted.
Hoist will not free
chain.
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Brake is set.
REMEDY
Inspect and adjust or repair as described in “INSPECTION” and “MAINTENANCE” sections.
Pull down on load chain while ratcheting until slack is removed and hoist
begins lifting load. Refer to “OPERATION” section.
Reduce load to within rated capacity.
Ensure selector lever is in UP position. Refer to “OPERATION” section.
Disassemble and inspect components as described in “MAINTENANCE”
and “INSPECTION sections.
Inspect and adjust or repair as described in “INSPECTION” and “MAINTENANCE” sections.
Replace hook latch.
Inspect load hook as described in “INSPECTION” section. Replace if
necessary.
Rotate free chain knob counterclockwise. Refer to “OPERATION” section.
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MAINTENANCE
WARNING
• Never perform maintenance on hoist while it is supporting a
load.
• Before performing maintenance, tag hoist:
WARNING - DO NOT OPERATE EQUIPMENT BEING REPAIRED.
• Only allow personnel trained in the operation and service of
this product to perform maintenance.
• After performing any maintenance on hoist, test to 125% of
its rated capacity before returning to service. Testing to 150%
of rated capacity might be required to comply with standards
and regulations set forth in areas outside of the USA.
Installing New Load Chain
Refer to Dwg. MHP0042 on page 9.
1. Ensure welds of “standing” links on new load chain are
facing away from load sheave assembly (7).
2. Ensure load chain (55) is reeved between load sheave
assembly (7) and chain guides (6) and (8).
3. Bottom hook assembly (50) must be on left fall of load chain
(55) and right fall must have a chain stopper (54) attached to
end link.
Load Chain
In the process of disassembling the hoist, observe the following:
1. Never disassemble hoist any further than is necessary to
accomplish needed repair. A good part can be damaged
during the course of disassembly.
2. Never use excessive force when removing parts. Tapping
gently around the perimeter of a cover or housing with a soft
hammer, for example, is sufficient to break the seal.
3. Do not apply heat to a part to free it for removal, unless part
being heated is already worn or damaged beyond repair and
no additional damage will occur to other parts.
In general, hoist is designed to permit easy disassembly and
assembly. Use of heat or excessive force should not be
required.
4. Keep work area as clean as practical, to prevent dirt and
other foreign matter from getting into bearings or other
moving parts.
5. When grasping a part in a vise, always use leather-covered
or copper-covered vise jaws to protect the surface of the part
and help prevent distortion. This is particularly true of
threaded members, machined surfaces and housings.
6. Do not remove any part which is press fit in or on a
subassembly unless removal of that part is necessary for
repairs or replacement.
6 ton Hoist
Load Sheave
Standing Link
Chain Weld
Attach chain
end to hoist top
hook bracket
LOA
D
FREE
(Dwg. MHP0042)
Weld on standing links
must be to outside of
top load sheave and
to inside of bottom
hook idle sheave
NOTICE
• Right and left designations are as viewed from hand lever
side of hoist.
4.
5.
On 6 ton hoists feed load chain through bottom block
assembly and secure to top hook bracket with capscrew (49)
and nut (60). Ensure load chain is straight and not twisted.
Chain weld on standing links will be to the inside of bottom
hook idler sheave (56). Refer to Dwg. MHP0834 on page 9.
Lubricate new load chain before using hoist. Refer to
“LUBRICATION” section for recommended lubricants.
(Dwg. MHP0834)
Hoist Disassembly
Refer to Dwg. MHP0773 on page 12.
General Disassembly
The following instructions provide necessary information to
disassemble, inspect, repair and assemble hoist. Hoist assembly
parts drawings are provided in “PARTS” section.
If a hoist is being completely disassembled for any reason, follow
the order of the topics as they are presented. It is recommended
that all maintenance work on hoist be performed on a bench in a
clean dust free area.
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Accessing Brake End
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove retainer wire (30) and lift off cover (29).
Remove split pin (71) and castle nut (70) from
drive shaft (3).
Remove screw (69) and washer (68).
Remove two screw (64) and washer (65) from lever handle
assembly (25). Lift off lever handle assembly (25).
9
5.
Remove change over pawl (22), spring shaft (23) and change
over spring (24) from lever handle assembly (25).
6. Carefully pry change hand wheel (28) from change
over gear (20).
7. Remove screw (64), washers (65) and prevailing torque type
nut (60) from threaded spacers (94). Remove brake cover
assembly (19).
8. Secure drive shaft (3) to prevent rotation and unscrew disk
hub (15).
9. Remove friction disk (17), ratchet disk (18) and free spring
(16).
10. Remove snap ring (63) from posts on side plate assembly B
(12). Remove pawls (14) and pawl spring (13).
Inspection
All disassembled parts should be inspected to determine their
fitness for continued use. Pay particular attention to the
following:
1. Inspect all gears for worn, cracked, or broken teeth.
2. Inspect shafts for ridges caused by wear. If ridges caused by
wear are apparent on shafts, replace shaft.
3. Inspect all threaded items and replace those having damaged
threads.
4. Inspect brake disks for oil. If brake disks are oil-soaked,
replace brake disks.
5. Measure thickness of brake disks. New brake disk thickness
is 3 mm. Discard brake disks if thickness is 2 mm or less.
Accessing Gear End
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove four prevailing torque type nuts (60) from side plate
threaded spacers (94).
Remove gear case assembly (1).
Remove driver shaft assembly (2).
Remove snap ring (62) from load sheave assembly (7) if
complete hoist is to be disassembled.
Accessing Load Sheave
Follow steps 1 through 10 in ‘Accessing Brake End’ and steps 1
through 4 in ‘Accessing Gear End’.
1. Slide out Drive shaft (3) from gear end.
2. Carefully remove side plate assembly B (brake side) (12).
3. Remove chain leaders (9) and (11), stripper (10),
guide ring B (8) and top hook (45) with top pin (48).
4. Remove splined gear (4) from load sheave assembly (7).
Remove load sheave from side plate assembly A (gear side)
(5).
5. Only if necessary, tap side plate threaded spacers (94) from
side plate assembly A (gear side) (5).
Repair
Actual repairs are limited to removal of small burrs and other
minor surface imperfections. Use a fine stone or emery cloth for
this work.
1. Worn or damaged parts must be replaced. Refer to applicable
parts listing for specific replacement parts information.
2. Inspect all remaining parts for evidence of damage. Replace
or repair any part which is in questionable condition. The
cost of the part is often minor in comparison with the cost of
redoing the job.
3. Smooth out all minor nicks, burrs, or galled spots on shafts,
bores, pins or spacers.
4. Polish edges of all shaft shoulders to remove small nicks
which may have been caused during handling.
5. Remove all nicks and burrs caused by lockwashers.
Hoist Assembly
Refer to Dwg. MHP0773 on page 12.
Load Sheave Assembly
Bottom Hook Disassembly
1.
2.
3.
On single fall hoists remove prevailing torque type nut (77)
and capscrew (52). Separate load chain from hook.
On 6 ton double fall hoists remove retainer rings (95).
Carefully slide idler sheave shaft (96) from hook block (57).
Remove idler sheave (56) and remove rollers (97) from idler
sheave (56).
Slide out idler sheave shaft (96) and remove bottom hook
(51).
4.
Cleaning, Inspection and Repair
Use the following procedures to clean and inspect the components
of hoist.
Cleaning
Clean all hoist component parts in solvent (except for brake
disks). Use of a stiff bristle brush will facilitate removal of
accumulated dirt and sediments on gears, shafts and housings.
Dry each part using low pressure, filtered compressed air. If brake
disks are oil-soaked, they must be replaced.
10
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Install side plate threaded spacers (94) in side plate assembly
A (gear side) (5).
Install load sheave (7) in side plate assembly A (5).
Apply grease to Bearing A (91) located on end of load
sheave (7).
Install chain leaders (9) and (11), stripper (10), guide ring B
(8) and top hook (45) on top pin (48) in side plate assembly
A (5).
Carefully install side plate assembly B (brake end) (12) to
engage locating diameters of parts installed in step 4.
Push side plates together to ensure all parts are located and
secure.
Gear End Assembly
Follow steps 1 through 6 described in ‘Load Sheave Assembly’.
1. Install splined gear (4) on load sheave (7). Install snap ring
(62) on load sheave (7) to secure splined gear (4).
2. Install drive shaft (3) through center of load sheave (7).
3. Install driver shaft gears (2) so gear teeth are correctly timed
and spigots locate in bearing sleeves in side plate assembly
A (5). Refer to ‘Gear Timing’ section.
4. Apply a thick coat of grease as recommended in
“LUBRICATION” section to all gear teeth. Install gear case
(1) over driver shaft (2) to locate and engage gear spigots.
5. Secure gear cover with prevailing torque type nut (60).
MHD56109 - Edition 8
Brake End Assembly
Bottom Hook Assembly
Follow steps 1 through 6 described in ‘Load Sheave Assembly’
and steps 1 through 5 described in ‘Gear End Assembly’.
1.
2.
CAUTION
3.
• The brake will not operate properly if there is oil or grease
on brake friction disk (17).
4.
5.
1.
6.
Thread disk hub (15) onto drive shaft (3) until snug. Stepped
side of brake hub must face out.
2. Install pawl springs (13) and pawls (14) to posts on side
plate assembly B (brake end) (12) and secure with snap rings
(63).
3. Install first friction disk (17) followed by ratchet disk (18)
and second friction disk (17). Ratchet disk teeth must engage
two pawls (14) mounted on side plate assembly B (12). Only
clockwise rotation of ratchet disk (18) must be possible.
4. Install brake lever cover assembly (19) on side plate
assembly B (12). Brake cover assembly will locate on
threaded spacers (94). Secure with prevailing torque type
nuts (60).
5. Install spring (16) on drive shaft (3) then secure load sheave
(7) to prevent rotation and thread disk hub (15) onto drive
shaft (3) until snug.
6. Install change over spring (24), spring shaft (23) and change
over pawl (22) in lever handle assembly (25).
7. Install lever assembly on brake lever cover assembly (19).
Secure with washers (65) and screw (64).
8. Install screws (64) and washers (65).
9. To assist further assembly move selector lever to UP
position. Install hand wheel (28) and install screws (69) and
and washer (68).
10. Install bushing (31).
11. Install and castle nut (70) until snug and then back nut off
3/4 turn and align slot with pin hole in drive shaft (3). Install
split pin (71) but do not bend ends apart. Test to ensure
adjustment block will freely move to free chain position. If
not, back off nut one more slot and retest. Install and bend
cotter pin ends apart.
12. Install cover (29) and secure in position with retainer wire
(30).
NOTICE
• Ensure hoist will properly shift from UP, DOWN and
NEUTRAL positions using selector lever. With selector lever
in NEUTRAL (center) position, turn free chain knob
counterclockwise. Ensure brake disengages and load chain can
be pulled in both directions without sticking or binding.
MHD56109 - Edition 8
On 6 ton double fall hoists grease and install rollers (97) in
bore of idler sheave (56).
Install idler sheave shaft (96) through idler sheave (56) bore.
Ensure rollers (97) remain in position.
Secure idler sheave shaft (96) with retainer rings (95) at both
ends.
Install hook (51) in hook block (57).
Install idler sheave shaft (96) and secure with retainer ring
(95).
On single fall hoists install last link of load chain in hook
assembly and install capscrew (52) and nut (77).
Gear Timing
For proper operation, timing marks on driver shaft gears (2) must
be in correct positions. Timing marks are circular impressions
near center of driver shaft gears (2). Refer to Dwg. MHP0827 on
page 11.
3/4 ton
(Dwg. MHP0827)
(3/4 ton shown) timing marks typical for 3/4 - 6 ton
Load Test
Prior to initial use, all new, extensively repaired or altered hoists
shall be load tested by or under the direction of a person trained in
the operation and maintenance of this hoist, and a written report
furnished confirming rating of hoist. Test hoist to 125% of rated
hoist capacity. Testing to more than 125% may be necessary to
comply with standards and regulations set forth in areas outside
of the USA.
11
30 29
12
70
69
67 27
31
71
68
26
28
44
66
64
65
25
21
20
60
24
23
22
19
65 64
16
17
17 18
63
15
14
13
47
75
46
12
76
52
55
7
51
91
8
48
6
77
5
75
46
49
4
76
47
48
Item 45
99
54
94
45
62
60
11
2
84
51
9
93
95
10
3
1
60
96
56
97
32
75
57
67
47
46
76
82
6 ton Hoist
HOIST ASSEMBLY PARTS DRAWING
(Dwg. MHP0773)
MHD56109 - Edition 8
HOIST ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST
No. Description
0. 75t
1t
1.5t
3t
6t
1 Gear case assembly
45590098
45590445
45590999
45590262
45590650
2 Driver shaft assembly (includes item 3)
45590114
45590528
45591013
45590288
45590676
3 Drive shaft
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
4 Splined gear
45590122
45590536
45591021
45590296
45590684
5 Side plate assembly A (9, 10, 11 and 94)
45589751
45590437
45590981
45590254
45590643
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
45590130
45590544
45591039
45590304
45590692
8 Guide ring B
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
9 Chain leader A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
10 Stripper
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
11 Chain leader B
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
45589744
45590429
45590973
45590247
45590635
13 Pawl spring
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
14 Pawl
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
15 Disk hub
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
16 Free spring
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
45470838
45470838
45470853
45470861
45470861
45470788
45470788
45470804
45470812
45470812
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
19 Lever cover assembly (includes items 60 (4), 64 and 65)
45589736
45590411
45590965
45590239
45590627
20 Change over gear
45590106
45590452
45591005
45590270
45590668
21 Selector shaft
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
22 change over pawl
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
23 Spring shaft
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
24 Change over spring
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
45590395
45590759
45590221
45590619
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
45470887
45470895
45470903
45470929
45470937
27 Name plate A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
28 Hand wheel
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
29 Cover
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
30 Retainer wire
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
45590148
45590551
45591047
45590312
45590700
32 Name plate B
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
44 Lever handle cover
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
45471000
45471018
45471026
45471034
45471042
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
45471059
45471067
45471075
45471083
45471091
48 Top pin
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
49 Top chain pin kit (includes item 60)
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
45471141
45471257
45471265
45471281
45471315
45471323
6 Guide ring A
7 Load sheave assembly
12 Side plate assembly B (includes items 13, 14, 63 and 91)
Brake Kit (includes items 13(2), 14(2), 15, 16, 18, 70 and 71)
17 Friction disk Kit, Qty 2
18 Ratchet disk
25 Lever handle assembly (includes items 21, 22, 23, 24, 26 44 and 66) 45589728
26 Selector lever
Nameplate Kit, (includes items 27, 29, 30, 32 and 67)
31 Bushing
45 Top hook kit (includes items 46, 47, 48, 75, 76)
46 Double spring
47 Safety latch kit (includes items 46, 75, 76)
Bottom hook kit (includes items 46, 47, 51, 52, 75, 76, 77)
MHD56109 - Edition 8
13
No. Description
0. 75t
1t
1.5t
3t
6t
51 Bottom hook
45590155
45590569
45591054
45590320
45590718
52 Chain pin kit (includes item 77)
45471158
45471166
45471174
45471208
N/A
54 Chain stopper
71291686
71291686
71291694
71291702
71291702
55 Load chain
LC618-G10 LC618-G10 LCCF015 LC1030-G10 LC1030-G10
56 Idler sheave
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
57 Hook block component
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
60 Prevailing torque type nut
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
62 Snap ring
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
63 Snap ring
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
64 Screw
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
65 Washer
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
66 Spring pin
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
67 Rivet
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
68 Spring washer
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
69 Screw
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
70 Castle nut
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
71 Split pin
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
75 Prevailing torque type nut
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
76 Screw
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
77 Prevailing torque type nut
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
82 Screw
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
84 Prevailing torque type Nut
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
91 Bearing A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
93 Bearing B
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
94 Threaded Spacer
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
95 Retainer Ring
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
96 Idler Sheave Shaft
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
97 Roller
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
71053599
71053599
71053599
71053599
71053599
99 Warning Label
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MHD56109 - Edition 8
PARTS ORDERING INFORMATION
The use of other than genuine Ingersoll Rand replacement parts
may adversely affect safe operation of this product. For prompt
service and genuine Ingersoll Rand parts, provide your nearest
distributor with the following:
1. Complete model number and lot number as it appears on
nameplate.
2. Part number(s) and part description as shown in this manual.
3. Quantity required.
Capacity and lot number nameplate for
SLB Hoists is located on hand lever,
under selector lever. Model and lot
number nameplate shown is for a 1-1/2
ton SLB Hoist, model SLB300.
For your convenience and future
reference it is recommended that the
following information be recorded.
SLB300
Hoist Model Number: ______________
NOTICE
• Continuing improvement and advancement of design may
cause changes to this hoist which are not included in this
manual. Manuals are periodically revised to incorporate
changes. Always check manual edition number on front cover
for latest issue.
Disposal
When life of hoist has expired, it is recommended that hoist be
disassembled, degreased and parts separated as to materials so
that they may be recycled.
For additional information contact:
Ingersoll Rand Company
510 Hester Drive
White House, TN 37188 U.S.A.
Phone: (615) 672-0321
Fax:
(615) 672-0801
Hoist Lot Number: ________________
or
Date Purchased: __________________
Return Goods Policy
Ingersoll Rand will not accept any returned goods for warranty
or service work unless prior arrangements have been made and
written authorization has been provided from the location where
the goods were purchased. Hoists returned with opened, bent or
twisted hooks, or without chain and hooks, will not be repaired or
replaced under warranty.
Ingersoll Rand
Douai Operations
111, avenue Roger Salengro
59450 Sin Le Noble, France
Phone: (33) 3-27-93-08-08
Fax:
(33) 3-27-93-08-00
ACCESSORIES
Description of Part
Chain Lubricant
MHD56109 - Edition 8
Part Number
LUBRI-LINK-GREEN
15
71480545
Form: MHD56109
Edition 8
August, 2008
NOTES
Declaration Of Conformity
(FR) CERTIFICAT DE CONFORMITÉ (DE) KONFORMITÄTSERKLÄRUNG (IT) DICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITÀ
(ES) DECLARACIÓN DE CONFORMIDAD (NL) CONFORMITEITSVERKLARING
(DA) FABRIKATIONSERKLÆRING (SV) FÖRSÄKRAN OM ÖVERENSSTÄMMELSE
(NO) KONFORMITETSERKLÆRING (FI) VAKUUTUS NORMIEN TÄYTTÄMISESTÄ
Supplier's Name:
Ingersoll Rand
Address: Swan Lane,
Hindley Green, Wigan WN2 4EZ
(FR) nom du fournisseur
(DE)Name des Herstellers
(IT ) nome del fornitore
(ES) nombre del proveedor
(NL) Naam leverancier
(DA) Leverandørens navn
(SV ) Tillverkarens namn
(NO) leverandørens navn
(FI ) Toimittajan nimi
(FR) adresse
(DE) Anschrift
(IT ) indirizzo
(ES) domicilio
(NL) adres
510 Hester Drive,
Whitehouse, TN 37188
(DA) adresse
(SV ) adress
(NO) adresse
(FI ) osoite
Declare under our sole responsibility that the product: Lever Chain Hoist
(FR) Déclarons sous notre propre responsabilité que le produit : Palans à Chaîne Levier
(DE) Wir erklären hiermit, dass die Produkte: Hebelbetätigte Kettenzüge
(IT) Dichiariamo sotto la nostra unica responsabilità che il prodotto: Paranchi a Catena a Leva
(ES) Declaramos que, bajo nuestra responsabilidad exclusiva, el producto: Polipastos de Cadena de Palanca
(NL) Verklaren, onder onze uitsluitende aansprakelijkheid, dat het produkt: Rateltakels
(DA) Erklærer som eneansvarlig, at nedenstående produkt: Hándgrebsbetjente Kædetaljer
(SV) Intygar enligt vårt ansvar att produkten: Spaklyftblock Med Kätting
(NO) Erklærer som egenansvarlig at produktet: Jettetaljer
(FI) Vakuutamme ja kannamme yksin täyden vastuun siitä, että tuote: Vipunostotaljat
Models:
SLB150, SLB200, SLB300, SLB600, SLB1200.
(FR) Modèles
(DA ) Model
(DE) Modelle
(SV) Modell
(IT) Modelli
(NO) Modeller
(ES) Modelos
(FI ) Mallit
(NL) Model
To which this declaration relates, is in compliance with provisions of Directives: EN292, VBG 9a
(FR) objet de ce certificat, est conforme aux prescriptions des Directives: (DE) auf die sich diese Erklärung bezieht, den folgenden Normen
und Richtlinien entsprechen: (IT) a cui si riferisce la presente dichiarazione è conforme alle normative delle direttive: (ES) a los que se refiere
la presente declaración, cumplen con todo lo establecido en las directivas: (NL) waarop deze verklaring betrekking heeft, overeenkomt met
de bepalingen van de richtlijn(en): (DA) som denne erklæring vedrører, overholder bestemmelserne i følgende direktiver: (SV) som detta
intyg avser, överensstämmer med följande direktiv: (NO) som denne erklæringen gjelder for, oppfyller bestemmelsene i directiv:
(FI) jota tämä vakuutus koskee, täyttää seuraavien direktiivien vaatimukset:
Serial Number Range: XXX
(FR) No. Serie:
(DE) Serien-Nr.-Bereich:
(IT) Intervallo dei numeri di serie:
(ES) Gama de Nos de Série:
(NL) Serienummers:
Date: August, 2006
H06
(DA)
(SV)
(NO)
(FI)
Serienr:
Serienummer:
Serienummerområde:
Sarjanumero:
(DA)
(SV)
(NO)
(FI)
Godkendt af:
Godkänd av:
Godkjent av:
Hyväksyjä:
Approved By:
(FR)
(DE)
(IT)
(ES)
(NL)
16
Approuvé par:
Genehmigt durch:
Approvato da:
Aprobado por:
Goedgekeurd door:
(FR)
(DE)
(IT)
(ES)
(NL)
(DA)
(SV)
(NO)
(FI)
John T. Perkins - IREP - Annandale, New Jersey USA
Engineering Manager
Date: Aout, 2006
Datum: Erhaben, 2006
Data: Agosto, 2006
Fecha: Agosto, 2006
Datum: Augustus, 2006
Dato: August, 2006
Datum: Augusti, 2006
Dato: August, 2006
Päiväys: Elokuu, 2006
MHD56109 - Edition 8
NOTES
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NOTES
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MHD56109 - Edition 8
WARRANTY
HOIST LIMITED WARRANTY
Ingersoll Rand Company warrants to the original user its Hoists
and Winches (Products) to be free of defects in material and
workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase.
Ingersoll Rand will repair, without cost, any Product found to be
defective, including parts and labor charges, or at its option, will
replace such Products or refund the purchase price less a
reasonable allowance for depreciation, in exchange for the
Product. Repairs or replacements are warranted for the remainder
of the original warranty period.
Ingersoll Rand makes no other warranty, and all implied
warranties including any warranty of merchantability or
fitness for a particular purpose are limited to the duration of
the expressed warranty period as set forth above.
Ingersoll Rand’s maximum liability is limited to the purchase
price of the Product and in no event shall Ingersoll Rand be
liable for any consequential, indirect, incidental, or special
damages of any nature rising from the sale or use of the
Product, whether based on contract, tort, or otherwise.
If any Product proves defective within its original one year
warranty period, it should be returned to any Authorized Hoist
and Winch Service Distributor, transportation prepaid with proof
of purchase or warranty card.
Note: Some states do not allow limitations on incidental or
consequential damages or how long an implied warranty lasts so
that the above limitations may not apply to you.
This warranty does not apply to Products which Ingersoll Rand
has determined to have been misused or abused, improperly
maintained by the user, or where the malfunction or defect can be
attributed to the use of non-genuine Ingersoll Rand parts.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also
have other rights which may vary from state to state.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
It is our policy to promote safe delivery of all orders.
This shipment has been thoroughly checked, packed and
inspected before leaving our plant and receipt for it in good
condition has been received from the carrier. Any loss or damage
which occurs to this shipment while en route is not due to any
action or conduct of the manufacturer.
Visible Loss or Damage
If any of the goods called for on the bill of lading or express
receipt are damaged or the quantity is short, do not accept them
until the freight or express agent makes an appropriate notation on
your freight bill or express receipt.
Concealed Loss or Damage
When a shipment has been delivered to you in apparent good
condition, but upon opening the crate or container, loss or damage
has taken place while in transit, notify the carrier’s agent
immediately.
Damage Claims
You must file claims for damage with the carrier. It is the
transportation company’s responsibility to reimburse you for
repair or replacement of goods damaged in shipment. Claims for
loss or damage in shipment must not be deducted from the
Ingersoll Rand invoice, nor should payment of Ingersoll Rand
invoice be withheld awaiting adjustment of such claims as the
carrier guarantees safe delivery.
You may return products damaged in shipment to us for repair,
which services will be for your account and form your basis for
claim against the carrier.
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