Operating instructions Hydraulic rescue equipment Spreader

Operating instructions Hydraulic rescue equipment Spreader
Operating instructions
Hydraulic rescue equipment
SPREADER
SP 35 AS, SP 43 XL, SP 49, SP 53 BS, SP 60, SP 80
8142696
Tested according to
EN 13204 and NFPA 1936
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2 | Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1
1.1
1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 General information
About the operating manual
Explanation of symbols
Limitations of liability
Copyright
Warranty conditions
Customer service
4
4
5
6
6
7
7
2Safety
2.1 Intended use
2.2 Responsibility of the customer
2.3 Operating personnel
2.4 Personal protective equipment
2.5 Specific hazards
2.6 Safety devices
2.7 How to respond in the event of danger or accidents
2.8 Signage
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10
11
12
14
15
16
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
Technical data
Spreader
Operating conditions Type plate
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4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
Structure and function
Overview
Brief description
Hydraulic supply
Equipment connections
Use of the control handle
Changing the spreader tips
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5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
Possible applications
Safety information
Spreading
Pulling
Crushing
Lifting
Peeling
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27
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29
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6
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Transport, packaging and storage
Safety information
Transport inspection
Symbols on the packaging
Disposal of packaging
Storage
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7
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Installation and commissioning
Safety information
Checking
Installation
Shutting down (end of work)
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34
8Service
8.1 Safety information
8.2 Care and maintenance
8.3 Maintenance schedule
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Malfunctions Decommissioning / recycling
EC Declaration of Conformity
4 | General information
1 General information
1.1 About the operating manual
This operating manual provides important information on using spreader devices. Proper
compliance with all specified safety instructions and guidelines is a prerequisite for safe work.
Furthermore, adhere to the local accident prevention guidelines and general safety regulations
for the region in which the devices are used.
These operating instructions must be carefully read prior to starting any work! They are an
inherent part of the product and must be kept in a place that is known and accessible to
personnel at all times.
This documentation contains information for operating your equipment. However,
you may also find information which may not directly apply to your specific equipment.
All information, technical data, graphics and diagrams contained in these operating instructions
are based on the latest data available at the time of the document's creation.
We recommend that, in addition to carefully reading through the operating manual, you be
trained on handling the rescue equipment (possible applications, application tactics, etc.) by
our qualified trainers.
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1.2 Explanation of symbols
Warnings
Warnings are marked by symbols in this operating manual.
The individual instructions are introduced by signal words that express the severity of the
hazard.
It is essential to comply with the instructions in order to prevent accidents, injuries and damage
to property.
DANGER!
… indicates an imminently dangerous situation that can result in death or serious injury if not avoided.
WARNING!
… indicates a potentially dangerous situation that can result in
death or serious injury if not avoided.
CAUTION!
… indicates a potentially dangerous situation that can result in
minor or light injuries if not avoided.
ATTENTION!
… indicates a potentially dangerous situation that can result in material damage if not avoided.
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Tips and recommendations
NOTE!
... highlights useful tips and recommendations, as well as i
nformation for efficient, trouble-free operation.
1.3 Limitations of liability
All information and instructions in this operating manual have been compiled in keeping with
applicable standards and guidelines, the current state of technology, and our many years of
knowledge and experience.
The manufacturer assumes no liability for damage due to:
• Failure to comply with the operating manual
• Unintended use
• Assignment of untrained personnel
• Unauthorised modifications
• Technical changes
• Use of non-approved replacement parts
• Use of non-original replacement parts
The actual scope of delivery can vary from the explanations and graphic representations
provided in this manual in the case of special versions, or due to technical changes.
1.4 Copyright
All texts, diagrams, drawings and images in this operating manual may be used without
restriction and without any prior approval.
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NOTE!
Further information, images and drawings can be found on our website www.weber-rescue.com
1.5 Warranty conditions
The warranty conditions can be found as a separate document in the sales documentation.
1.6 Customer service
Our customer service is available to you for technical information.
Germany
Name: Telephone: Fax: E-Mail: Ms. Corina Schulz
+ 49 (0) 7135 / 71-10235
+ 49 (0) 7135 / 71-10396
corina.schulz@weber-rescue.com
Austria
Name: Telephone: Fax: E-Mail: Mr. Robert Hack
+ 43 (0) 7255 / 6237-12473
+ 43 (0) 7255 / 6227-12461
robert.hack@weber-rescue.com
NOTE!
When contacting our customer service department please state your equipment's designation, type and production year.
These details can be found on the equipment type plate.
8 | Safety
2 Safety
This section of the operating manual provides a comprehensive overview of all the important
safety aspects for optimal protection of operating personnel, as well as for safe and trouble-free
operation.
Significant hazards can occur if the handling and safety instructions in this manual are not
complied with.
2.1
Intended use
The hydraulic spreaders are designed and tested exclusively for the appropriate designated
purposes described here. All other activities are fundamentally prohibited.
Spreaders (SP 35 AS, SP 43 XL, SP 49, SP 53 BS, SP 60, SP 80)
• All of the spreaders are designed as one-man devices and may therefore be operated by one person only.
• The devices serve exclusively for the opening of doors, the lifting of
vehicles or other moveable loads, the pushing away and moving of
vehicle parts and loads and the crushing of tubes and pillars.
• The spreader tips should be used whenever possible for crushing.
• The spreader tips can be used as a peeling tool.
• The chain set is to be used exclusively for pulling.
WARNING!
Improper use can be dangerous!
Any improper or unintended use of the devices can be hazardous!
Therefore, make absolutely sure that:
»» The devices are used only for the applications stated above.
»» All other information on proper use of the devices in Chapter 5 (Possible applications) is observed.
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2.2 Responsibility of the customer
In addition to the health and safety instructions in this operating manual, one must adhere to
the safety, accident prevention, and environmental protection guidelines for the region in which
the equipment is used. Particularly applicable in this regard:
•
The customer must be familiar with the applicable health and safety provisions and in a hazard analysis identify other hazards that may exist at the equipment‘s installation site due to the special working conditions.
• The customer must clearly regulate and specify responsibilities for installation, operation, maintenance and cleaning.
• The customer must ensure that all personnel who handle the equipment have fully read and understood the operating manual.
• In addition, at regular intervals, the operator must train personnel and inform them of the hazards of working with the equipment.
Moreover, the customer is responsible for ensuring that the equipment is always in technically
faultless condition. Consequently, the following applies:
• After each use, and at least once a year, a visual inspection of the equipment must be carried out by a trained individual (according to DGUV Grundsatz 305-002 or country-specific guidelines).
• Every three years, or if you have doubts about the safety or reliability of the equipment, functional testing and stress testing must be carried out (according to DGUV Grundsatz 305-002 or country-specific guidelines).
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2.3 Operating personnel
The following qualifications are cited in the operating instructions for the various activity areas:
• Trained individual
is informed through training offered by the customer about the tasks assigned to him and the possible dangers of improper conduct.
•
Specialist
is someone who, due to specialised training, skills and experience, as
well as knowledge of the applicable stipulations by the manufacturer, is
capable of executing the tasks assigned to him or her and of
independently recognising possible hazards.
WARNING!
Inadequate training can result in injuries!
Improper handling of the equipment can lead to serious injury or material damage.
Therefore, make absolutely sure to:
»» allow particular tasks to be carried out only by the persons
stated in the relevant chapter of this manual.
»» When in doubt, call in specialists immediately.
NOTE!
The equipment may not be used by personnel who have
consumed alcohol, medication or drugs!
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2.4 Personal protective equipment
Wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) is essential to minimise the risks to operating
personnel when working with the hydraulic rescue devices.
It is essential to wear the following protective clothing for all work:
Protective work clothing
Tight-fitting work clothing with tight sleeves and no protruding parts must be worn when working. It mostly serves to protect against entanglement by moving equipment parts.
Safety shoes
Steel-toed safety shoes must always be worn as protection
against heavy falling parts and from slipping on slick surfaces.
Work gloves
Work gloves must be worn when working with the equipment to provide protection from sharp edges and shards of glass.
Helmet with face shield
A helmet with face shield must be worn for protection against flying or falling parts and shards of glass.
Protective goggles
Protective goggles must also be worn in addition to the face shield in order to protect the eyes from flying objects.
The following must also be worn for certain work:
Ear protectors
In addition to the basic protective equipment, ear protectors
must also be worn to protect your hearing.
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2.5
Specific hazards
The hazards arising from the risk analysis are listed in the following section.
Follow the safety instructions listed here and the warnings in the other sections of this manual
to minimise potential health hazards and avoid dangerous situations.
Electricity
DANGER!
Danger of fatal electric shock!
There is an imminent life-threatening danger if live parts are
touched. Damage to insulation or to specific components can pose
a fatal hazard.
Therefore:
»» If the insulation is damaged, immediately disconnect the power supply and arrange for repairs.
»» Allow only qualified electricians to work on the electrical equipment.
»» For all work on the electrical equipment, it must be
disconnected from the power source, and it must be checked
that the device is de-energised.
»» Prior to maintenance, cleaning and repair work, the power
supply must be switched off and secured to prevent it from
being switched back on again.
»» Do not bypass or disable fuses. When changing the fuses, ensure that they have the correct amperage.
»» Keep moisture away from live parts.
This can lead to a short-circuit.
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Noise
WARNING!
Noise can damage hearing!
The noise occurring in the work area can cause severe hearing damage.
Therefore:
»» You should also wear ear protectors when carrying out certain noise-producing tasks.
»» Do not stay in the hazardous area longer than necessary.
Hydraulic power
WARNING!
Hydraulic power hazard!
Serious injury can result due to the released hydraulic forces and escaping
hydraulic oil.
Therefore:
»» Constantly monitor the device during the work procedure and
set down if necessary.
»» Inspect the hose lines and devices for damage after every use.
»» Avoid skin contact with the hydraulic oil (wear protective gloves).
»» Immediately remove the hydraulic oil from wounds and consult a doctor.
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2.6
Safety devices
Safety valve for SKS couplings
If the return line is not correctly coupled such that the oil cannot return then a safety valve
integrated into the control handle actuates in order to protect the equipment and the
operator. This causes hydraulic oil to seep harmlessly from the end of the handle.
Move the switching valve on the hydraulic power unit immediately to the „0“ position and
connect the coupling parts together correctly.
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2.7
How to respond in the event of danger or accidents
Preventive measures
• Always be prepared for accidents
• Keep first aid equipment (first aid kit, blankets, etc.) at hand
• Familiarise personnel with accident alarms, first aid gear, and
emergency equipment
• Keep entryways clear for emergency vehicles
In the event of an accident
• Shut down equipment immediately
• Initiate first aid measures
• Get people out of the danger zone
• Inform the responsible parties at the site of the incident
• Notify a doctor and/or the fire brigade
• Clear entryways for emergency vehicles
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2.8
Signage
The equipment bears the following symbols and instructional signs.
They refer to the immediate vicinity in which they are affixed.
Comply with the operating manual
Do not use the marked equipment until you have read the operating
manual.
Hand injury warning
When working with the equipment, take care to avoid hand injuries through
trapping or sharp edges.
WARNING!
Danger of injury due to illegible symbols!
Over time, stickers and symbols on the equipment can become soiled or
otherwise illegible.
Therefore, make absolutely sure to:
»» keep all safety, warning and operating information on the
device easily legible.
»» replace damaged signs and stickers immediately.
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3 Technical data
3.1
Spreader SP 35 AS
SP 43 XL
SP 49
SP 53 BS
SP 60
SP 80
SP 35 AS
SP 43 XL
SP 49
SP 53 BS
SP 60
SP 80
Length
766 mm
854 mm
766 mm
836 mm
856 mm
749 mm
Width
243 mm
245 mm
243 mm
299 mm
329 mm
329 mm
Height
196 mm
199 mm
199 mm
216 mm
213 mm
213 mm
Weight
14,6 kg
20,5 kg
19,9 kg
20,3 kg
24,7 kg
25,1 kg
Spreading distance
600 mm
810 mm
710 mm
800 mm
810 mm
620 mm
Pulling path
441 mm
666 mm
561 mm
645 mm
643 mm
444 mm
Spreading force in
working range *
35 – 171 kN
44 – 203 kN
49 – 330 kN
53 - 421 kN
63 – 492 kN
88 – 470 kN
Spreading force in
working range*
28 – 45 kN
30 – 43 kN
38 – 48 kN
39 - 66 kN
45 – 64 kN
60 – 96 kN
76 kN
74 kN
101 kN
100 kN
110 kN
102 kN
630 / 700 bar
630 / 700 bar
630 / 700 bar
630/700 bar
AS 49/710-20 BS 53/800-20
BS 63/810-25
CS 87/600-25
Max.
crusching force *
Nominal pressure
EN class
ID No.
630 / 700 bar
630 / 700 bar
AS 35/600-15
AS 43/810-21
1071373
5936179
5933633
1058125
5931479
5930758
* per EN 13204
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3.2
Operating conditions
The permissible operating temperature range for the spreader lies between -20° C and +55° C.
Reliable operation cannot be guaranteed outside of this range.
Underwater operation
The spreader can also be used under water. Do not exceed the maximum submersion
depth of 40 metres with this. At this depth the water pressure still has no influence on the
hydraulic pressure in the equipment and the hoses.
NOTE !
After underwater use in saltwater, the equipment must be completely
disassembled and cleaned. With fresh water complete cleaning is
sufficient.
3.3
Type plate
On all spreder devices, the type plate is located on the body. It shows the serial number,
production date, nominal pressure and device designation.
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4 Structure and function
4.1 Overview
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
4.2
Spreader tips
Spreader arms
Handle
Pushbutton
Coupling
Protective cover
Body
Control handle
Hoses
Brief description
Hydraulic spreaders are specially designed rescue equipment for spreading, squeezing
and pulling. They are used for rescuing trapped or enclosed accident victims.
Driven by a hydraulic power unit it is possible to open doors, lift vehicles and other moveable
loads, push away and move vehicle parts and loads and crush tubes and pillars with the
spreaders.
The speed of movement of the spreader arms is controlled by the greater or lesser degree of
force applied to the pushbutton on the handle. The maximum spreading force is only applied
when the pushbutton is fully depressed.
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4.3
Hydraulic supply
Power units and pumps
Only WEBER-HYDRAULIK power units and hand pumps may be used to drive the spreader.
Equipment from other manufacturers can only be used under certain conditions.
Therefore always consult with us before operating a device with a power unit from another
manufacturer!
ATTENTION!
Before using pumps and power units from other manufacturers always
contact WEBER-HYDRAULIK or an authorised dealer.
Incorrect application can lead to hazardous situations for which we cannot
accept any liability!
Hoses
The connection of the device with the power unit is carried out via high pressure hoses.
Hoses are available in lengths of 5 m, 10 m, 15 m and 20 m. As the length of the lines
increases so too does the associated pressure loss. With a line length of 50 metres this
pressure loss remains acceptable and has no significant effect.
CAUTION!
Do not use damaged hoses!
With damaged hoses there is a danger of escaping hydraulic medium under
pressure, or of the hoses whipping around.
Therefore:
»» The hoses should be subjected to a visual inspection (leak-
tightness, surface damage such as kinks) after every use and at least once per year
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»» Every three years, or in the event of doubts about the safety or reliability, carry out an additional functional and load test (as per DGUV Grundsatz 305-002 or specific national directive).
»» Replace hoses every 10 years! The date (code letters or quarter/year) is specified on the hose bonding.
»» Ensure that the hoses are not exposed to tension or torsion (turning).
»» Do not kink the hoses or draw them over edges (smallest bend radius 40 mm).
»» Do not subject the hoses to high temperatures.
»» Protect hoses from contact with materials that can cause damage to the outer covering e.g. acids, alkalis, or solvents.
Hydraulic oil
All spreaders are designed and tested for WEBER hydraulic oil Part no. 804932. This oil
possesses a particularly high purity level and also works flawlessly at temperatures
below zero, down to -20° C.
With limitations in the low temperature range (low output), however, a standard oil (mineral
based) of viscosity class HLP 10 or HVLP 10 can be used in keeping with DIN 51502.
NOTE !
We recommend the following hydraulic oils for trouble-free operation
of WEBER rescue devices:
»»
»»
»»
»»
»»
»»
»»
»»
AERO Fluid 41 (Shell)
Univis HVI-13 (Esso)
Aero-hydraulic 520 (Total)
Hydraulik DB (Castrol)
Renolin/MR310 (Fuchs)
HVI Extra 380 (Maier & Korduletsch)
Hydrex Arctic 15 (Petro Canada)
Naturelle HFE 15 (Shell)
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4.4
Equipment connections
SINGLE coupling
Connecting:
Remove the protective cap from the coupling male and the coupling female (Fig. 1).
Conflate Single coupling male and female in the bayonet catch (Fig. 2). Hold coupling female on
the black slew ring and turn clockwise until the coupling snaps in (Fig. 3). Put protective caps
together (Fig. 4). You don’t have to switch the power unit to position 0 to connect or disconnect
the coupling!
Disconnecting:
Remove the protective caps. Hold coupling female on the black slew ring and turn
anticlockwise direction. Turn the black slew ring until you can release the coupling easily. Put
protective caps to coupling male and the coupling female.
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
NOTE !
When using the SINGLE coupling, pressure relief connectors are no
longer required.
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Plug-in coupling (SKS)
Connecting:
Remove the protective cap from the coupling male. Take hold of the coupling female by
the knurled sleeve cover and pull out the protective plug. With one hand take hold of sleeve
cover of the coupling female, with the other grasp the coupling male (black) by the hex nut,
and press the sleeve cover slightly against the coupling male until the ball bearings engage.
Twisting the male coupling slightly when pressing togehter eases the coupling process.
Disconnecting:
Grasp the coupling male (black) by the hex nut with one hand and with the other take
hold of the sleeve cover and draw it back. The disconnecting will cause a few drops of hydraulic
oil to escape. Plug in the protective caps immediately.
CAUTION!
When coupling SKS connections the power unit operating lever must be in
the „0“ position.
NOTE !
A pressure relief connector is fitted to the hydraulic power units and
the hand pump, with which a few drops of oil can be discharged from
the hoses. This permits re-coupling following pressure increases in decoupled equipment.
In this case simply insert the pressure relief connector into the
coupling sleeve and turn the knurled screw to the right until oil leaks
out.
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NOTE !
The following section only pertains to the SINGLE coupling. When
connecting SKS couplings first ensure that the control lever is in the „0“
position!
4.5
Use of the control handle
The spreader can be operated by the pushbutton on the control handle. The speed of
movement of the spreading arms is controlled precisely by the greater or lesser degree of
force applied to the pushbutton.
The maximum spreading force is only applied when the pushbutton is fully depressed.
Opening the spreader
The primary motion direction of the device (opening) is triggered by pressing the lower tapered
(convex) end of the button.
The direction of movement is marked on the equipment with the symbol:
Closing the spreader
The spreader is closed with the upper curved (concave) end of the button, which is marked with
the following symbol:
Dead-man‘s switching
If the pushbutton is released then it returns to the neutral position automatically. With this, the
device stops still in any position (including under load).
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4.6
Changing the spreader tips
The spreader tips are secured in the spreader arms with removable collar studs (with the
exception of the SP 35 AS and the SP 53 BS). In order to change, press out the studs secured
by a spring-loaded ball. After changing the tips, push the collar studs back in again. When
doing this ensure that the studs are correctly fitted (completely pressed in).
Fitting the bracket for the chain set is identical. The chain lock must be fitted with the lock
facing upwards.
The collar studs on the SP 53 spreader tips can be pressed out of the spreader arms but have a
safety system to prevent them being lost and so they cannot be separated from the tips.
The SP 35 AS spreader tips are not secured with removable collar studs but rather with a
tensioning pin that must be knocked out when the tips are being changed. The chain set can be
fastened in a separate hole without having to remove the tips beforehand.
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5 Possible applications
5.1
Safety information
WARNING!
Never reach between the spreader arms!
WARNING!
During all work with the spreaders, parts which are tensioned can break off
or be blown off and thus endanger personnel.
Therefore, personnel who are not directly involved must maintain a
safe distance or only stay in the hazardous area as long as is strictly
necessary.
5.2
Spreading
With the help of the spreader function, it is possible to open doors, lift vehicles and
other moveable loads, push away vehicle parts and crush tubes and pillars, amongst other
things. A stable positioning and support of the vehicle is essential with this.
In order to avoid slipping off when spreading, the arms and tips are serrated on the inner and
outer sides.
It is best to spread using this area because the spreading force is highest here. In
addition, slipping of can be avoided by readjusting the spreaders. If possible the tips should
only be used to enlarge a gap.
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5.3
Pulling
After the chain set (as explained in chapter 4.6) has been mounted on the spreader tips, the
spreader device can be used for pulling.
For this, the chains must be tightly tensioned and must be tensed only in the pulling direction.
To tension the chain, only one lock can be pressed in, so that the chain can be pulled through
the holder.
If the range of movement is not sufficient, tension chains or other means must be used so that
the spreader can be reopened and the chain retensioned.
ATTENTION!
Store the pulling chains with locks mounted about 10–20 cm from the end.
Check the chains prior to every use. Check that the weight does not stress
the tip of the hook, but lies in the middle of the hook instead.
»» Do not make any repairs on your own.
»» Do not stress the chains beyond the permitted load carrying capacity.
»» Do not load with a jerking movement.
»» Do not galvanize or paint the chains.
»» Do not shorten the chain by knotting it.
»» Do not subject the chains to heat stress.
»» Use the chains and accessories only between –40°C and +200°C.
»» During all maintenance work, observe the applicable German accident prevention regulations (UVV) as well as the specifications of DIN EN 818-7 and DIN 685-5.
»» Chains must only be used for lashing. Lifting loads is not permitted.
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Chains must not be used if:
»» Deformations, cracks, signs of corrosion are present.
»» The wire diameter of the chain link has decreased by 10% of the nominal thickness.
»» An individual chain link has been permanently stretched.
»» An individual link has been enlarged by more than 2%.
»» The internal chain pitch over a measuring distance of 11 chain links has increased by more than 2%.
5.4
Crushing
Pipes and other hollow profiles are crushed by closing the spreader arms.
If possible obly use the tips to crush material. With the old SP 35 with steel arms it‘s
also possible to use the fluted area of the arms.
ATTENTION!
Material to be crushed can suddenly jump away.
Do not remain in the work area of the spreading devices!
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5.5
Lifting
The spreaer can also be used for lifting vehicles or other movable loads.
Care must be taken to secure the load against slipping away and to position the spreader tips
far enough apart under the load to prevent slipping.
The load being lifted must be constantly monitored (tipping, rolling away or changing position).
Also, the lifted load must immediately be propped up and supported in a suitable way.
5.6
Peeling
In order to create entry points in bus accidents, train accidents, silos etc. it is possible to
use the spreader tips as a peeling tool.
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6 Transport, packaging and storage
6.1
Safety information
CAUTION!
Incorrect transport can cause damage!
Improper transport can cause significant material damage.
Therefore:
»» Proceed with caution when unloading the packages, and
observe the symbols on the packaging.
»» Do not fully open and remove the package until it has reached
its actual storage location.
6.2
Transport inspection
Upon receipt, the delivery should be checked immediately for completeness and damage
during transport so that a quick remedy can be performed, if necessary.
If there is visible external damage, please proceed as follows:
• Do not accept the delivery, or only accept it with reservation.
• Note the extent of the transport damage on the transport documents or on the transport company‘s delivery note.
• File a complaint.
NOTE!
Report any defect as soon as it is detected.
Claims for damages can be directed to our customer service department
(see Chapter 1.6).
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6.3
Symbols on the packaging
Caution fragile!
Handle the package carefully - do not drop, throw, strike or tie up.
This way up!
The package must be transported and stored strictly so that the arrows
point upward. Do not roll or tilt.
6.4
Disposal of packaging
All packaging materials and disassembled parts (transportation
protection) must be disposed of properly, in accordance with applicable
local regulations.
6.5
Storage
The equipment must be stored in a dry and dust-free environment, where possible.
Avoid direct UV radiation to the hoses.
CAUTION!
The equipment must be stowed securely in the mountings provided in order
to avoid damage during transit, etc.
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7.1
Safety information
WARNING!
Danger of injury due to improper operation!
Improper operation can cause serious injury or material damage.
Therefore, make absolutely sure to:
»» All operating steps are executed in keeping with the information in this operating manual.
»» All covers and protective devices are installed and in proper working order prior to starting work.
Personal protective equipment
Wear the protective equipment detailed in Chapter 2.4 for all work!
NOTE!
Special reference is made where it is necessary to wear additional protective
equipment for certain work with or on the device.
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7.2
Checking
Check the spreader for damage. If the equipment should be found not to be in flawless
condition then it must not be used! In this event, inform your supplier immediately.
• Check the spreader arms and tips (damage)
• Check the control handle including pushbutton (function)
• Check the couplings (damage, dirt)
• Check the hand grip (securely fastened)
• Check the protective cover (damage)
• Check the hoses (damage)
7.3
Installation
Move both control levers on the hydraulic power unit to the „0“ position (Fig. 1), pull
off the dust protection cover of the coupling and connect the hydraulic hoses with the spreader
as described in chapter 4.4. In order to avoid contamination then connect the protective caps.
When using the SINGLE coupling, coupling can also be carried out without pressure
(„0“ position on power unit not necessary).
When operating a hydraulic power unit observe the operating instructions for the equipment!
Fig. 1
34 | Installation and commissioning
7.4
Shutting down (end of work)
Once the work is complete the spreader arms must be driven together in order to relieve the
hydraulic load on the spreader.
The arms must never be fully closed as this will cause hydraulic stress to be built up in the
equipment.
Then the equipment can be disconnected providing that the power unit control lever is
in the „0“ position. Care must be taken to ensure that no dirt ends up on the coupling and that
the protective caps are immediately fitted.
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8 Service
8.1
Safety information
WARNING!
Risk of injury due to improperly performed maintenance work!
Improper maintenance of the equipment can cause serious injury
or material damage.
Therefore, make absolutely sure to:
»» Only let qualified personnel carry out maintenance work.
»» Make sure the installation site is organised and clean! Loose components and tools lying around are sources of danger.
»» Wear protective gloves for all work!
8.2
Care and maintenance
In the interest of permanent operational readiness, the following measures are
essential:
•
Each time the device is subjected to a load, but at least once a year, the equipment and the accessories must be visually inspected.
Special attention must be paid to spreader tips, joints, blades, hoses, and coupling halves.
• Every three years, or if there are doubts about the safety or reliability of the equipment, functional testing and stress testing must also be
carried out (according to DGUV Grundsatz 305-002 or country-specific guidelines).
• After every loading, the lubrication of the movable parts and pins must be inspected and sprayed with a suitable grease.
• Every three years, the complete hydraulic oil of the spreader must be replaced.
36 | Service
ATTENTION!
Prior to all maintenance work, the equipment must be cleaned of any dirt so
that it does not get into the hydraulic system.
The cleaning can be carried out using a conventional citrus cleaner.
8.3 Maintenance schedule
A precise maintenance plan with testing intervals, regulations and results can be found in the
DGUV Grundsatz 305-002 Point 18 (hydraulically operated rescue equipment).
NOTE!
If there are any problems with the maintenance of the devices, our
customer service is available (see Chapter 1.6).
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9 Malfunctions
Fault
Equipment fails to deliver full
performance
Possible cause
Control buttons not fully depressed
Equipment delivers no power or
Pressure line (P) and return line
moves in the opposite direction to that
(T) were transposed when hoses or
commanded
couplings were replaced
Pressure build-up due to heating
Spreader cannot be coupled
(only SKS coupling)
Coupling is damaged or heavily
soiled
Oil escaping at the control handle (hole
Return hose is not correctly coupled
between the hoses)
(only SKS coupling)
Equipment non-functional despite
actuating the control buttons
Spreader exhibits movement in the
opposite direction under load
Oil discharge on the hoses or their
bondings
Degradation of the surfaces of the
hoses
Oil escaping at the coupling halves
Remedial measures
Fully depress control buttons
Change round, repair by authorised
customer service
Drain a little oil out of the equipment
with the pressure relief plug, see
chapter 4.3 (only SKS coupling)
Move power unit control lever to the
"0" position and couple correctly (only
SKS coupling)
Move power unit control lever to the
Pressure hose is not coupled
"0" position and couple correctly (only
SKS coupling)
Check non-return valve
Have the equipment checked by
authorised customer services
Hoses leaking, possibly due to damage
Repair by authorised customer service
Contact with aggressive chemical fluids
Repair by authorised customer service
Coupling leaking
Replace coupling, repair by authorised
customer service
38 | Decommissioning / Recycling
10 Decommissioning / Recycling
After the end of the normal service life, the equipment must be professionally disposed of.
Individual parts can, however, certainly be used again.
The hydraulic oil must be completely drained and collected. Make sure that the hydraulic oil is
disposed of separately!
For disposal of all device components and packaging materials, the disposal conditions of the
specific location apply.
NOTE!
Please ask your supplier about disposing of the device.
EC Declaration of Conformity | 39
11 EC Declaration of Conformity
40 | Notes
Notes | 41
42 | Notes
Notes | 43
Edition 2017/A
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