1 - Krone Mediathek
Original operating instructions
Rotary Rake
Swadro 710/26 T
(from serial no.: 931 242)
Order no.: 150 000 029 05 en
12.05.2016
Table of Contents
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EC Declaration of Conformity
We
Maschinenfabrik Bernard Krone GmbH & Co. KG
Heinrich-Krone-Str. 10, D-48480 Spelle
hereby declare as manufacturer of the product named below, on our sole responsibility,
that the
Machine:
Type:
Rotary Rake
Swadro 710/26 T
to which this declaration refers is in compliance with the following relevant provisions of:
•
EC Directive 2006/42/CE (machines).
The signing Managing Director is authorised to compile the technical documents.
Spelle, 20.04.2016
Dr.-Ing. Josef Horstmann
(Managing Director, Design & Development)
Year of manufacture:
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Machine no.:
Table of Contents
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Table of Contents
1
Table of Contents ................................................................................................................................... 3
2
To this Document ................................................................................................................................... 6
2.1
Validity ................................................................................................................................................ 6
2.2
Re-Ordering ........................................................................................................................................ 6
2.3
Further applicable documents ............................................................................................................ 6
2.4
Target group of this document ........................................................................................................... 6
2.5
How to use this document .................................................................................................................. 6
2.5.1
Directories and References ........................................................................................................ 6
2.5.2
Direction Information ................................................................................................................... 7
2.5.3
Term “Machine” ........................................................................................................................... 7
2.5.4
Figures ........................................................................................................................................ 7
2.5.5
Scope of Document..................................................................................................................... 7
2.5.6
Means of representation ............................................................................................................. 7
3
Safety .....................................................................................................................................................10
3.1
Intended use .....................................................................................................................................10
3.2
Service life of the machine ...............................................................................................................10
3.3
Basic safety instructions ...................................................................................................................11
3.3.1
Importance of the operating instructions ...................................................................................11
3.3.2
Personnel qualification ..............................................................................................................12
3.3.3
Children in danger .....................................................................................................................12
3.3.4
Coupling ....................................................................................................................................12
3.3.5
Structural changes to the machine ...........................................................................................12
3.3.6
Additional equipment and spare parts ......................................................................................13
3.3.7
Workstations and passengers ...................................................................................................13
3.3.8
Operational safety: Technically perfect condition .....................................................................13
3.3.9
Danger zones ............................................................................................................................15
3.3.10
Keeping safety devices functional .............................................................................................17
3.3.11
Personal protective equipment .................................................................................................17
3.3.12
Safety signs on the machine .....................................................................................................18
3.3.13
Traffic safety..............................................................................................................................18
3.3.14
Parking the machine safely .......................................................................................................19
3.3.15
Consumables ............................................................................................................................19
3.3.16
Sources of danger on the machine ...........................................................................................20
3.3.17
Dangers associated with certain activities: Work on the machine ............................................21
3.3.18
Dangers associated with certain activities: Working on wheels and tyres ................................22
3.3.19
Behaviour in hazardous situations and when accidents occur .................................................22
3.4
Safety routines .................................................................................................................................23
3.4.1
Stopping and securing the machine ..........................................................................................23
3.4.2
Supporting lifted machine and machine parts securely ............................................................23
3.5
Safety stickers on the machine ........................................................................................................24
3.5.1
Position and meaning of the safety stickers on the machine ....................................................24
3.5.2
Re-Ordering Safety Labels and Information Labels ..................................................................26
3.5.3
Attaching Safety Labels and Information Labels ......................................................................26
3.5.4
Contact ......................................................................................................................................26
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4.1
Machine Description ............................................................................................................................28
Machine overview.............................................................................................................................28
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Table of Contents
4.2
4.3
4.4
Identification Plate ............................................................................................................................30
Information Required for Questions and Orders ..............................................................................30
Overload protection ..........................................................................................................................31
5.1
5.2
Technical Data ......................................................................................................................................32
Consumables ...................................................................................................................................34
Tyres.................................................................................................................................................34
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Commissioning .....................................................................................................................................35
6.1
General .............................................................................................................................................35
6.2
First installation ................................................................................................................................35
6.3
Connect the machine to the tractor ..................................................................................................36
6.4
Default setting ..................................................................................................................................36
6.5
PTO shaft .........................................................................................................................................37
6.5.1
Length adjustment.....................................................................................................................37
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Start-up ..................................................................................................................................................38
7.1
Connect the machine to the tractor ..................................................................................................38
7.1.1
Connecting the hydraulic lines ..................................................................................................39
7.2
Connecting the lighting .....................................................................................................................40
7.3
Install the PTO shaft .........................................................................................................................41
7.4
Using the safety chain ......................................................................................................................42
7.5
Swivel parking jack into transport position .......................................................................................44
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Operation ...............................................................................................................................................45
8.1
From transport into working position ................................................................................................46
8.1.1
Side swath .................................................................................................................................46
8.1.2
Double swath ............................................................................................................................47
8.2
Swath former ....................................................................................................................................48
8.3
Adjusting Rear Swath Cloth .............................................................................................................48
8.3.1
Adjusting Front Swath Cloth for Double Swath (optional).........................................................49
8.3.2
Adjusting the swath former lengthwise .....................................................................................49
8.3.3
Height adjustment of the swath former .....................................................................................49
8.4
Adjusting the raking height ...............................................................................................................50
8.5
Headland Position ............................................................................................................................51
8.5.1
Changing over from working to headland position ....................................................................51
8.5.1.1
Changing over from headland to working position ............................................................51
8.6
Switching from working position to transport position ......................................................................52
8.6.1
Side swath .................................................................................................................................52
8.6.2
Double swath ............................................................................................................................53
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Driving and Transport ..........................................................................................................................54
Preparations for road travel ..............................................................................................................55
Driving on Slopes .............................................................................................................................55
Travelling speed und drive speed ....................................................................................................55
Switching off the machine ................................................................................................................56
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
10
Settings .................................................................................................................................................57
10.1
To adjust the rotor running gear .......................................................................................................57
10.2
Adjustable throttles ...........................................................................................................................58
10.3
Adjustment of the sequential switching ............................................................................................60
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Maintenance ..........................................................................................................................................61
11.1
Spare Parts ......................................................................................................................................61
11.2
Maintenance table ............................................................................................................................62
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Table of Contents
11.3
Tightening torques............................................................................................................................63
11.3.1
Metric Thread Screws with Control Thread...............................................................................63
11.3.2
Metric Thread Screws with Fine Thread ...................................................................................64
11.3.3
Metric Thread Screws with Countersunk Head and Hexagonal Socket ...................................64
11.4
Tyres.................................................................................................................................................65
11.4.1
Checking and maintaining tyres ................................................................................................65
11.5
Replacing the tine arms (in case of repair) ......................................................................................66
11.6
Replacing the tines (in case of repairs) ............................................................................................68
11.7
Deviating Tightening Torques MA (Nm) ...........................................................................................69
11.7.1
Testing the Screws on the Tines ...............................................................................................69
12
Maintenance – lubrication ...................................................................................................................71
12.1
Lubricating Universal Shaft ..............................................................................................................71
12.2
Lubrication Chart ..............................................................................................................................72
13
Maintenance - hydraulic system .........................................................................................................74
14
Maintenance - Gearbox ........................................................................................................................75
14.1
Rotor gearbox / Rotor housing .........................................................................................................75
14.2
Swivel Gear ......................................................................................................................................76
15
Special equipment ................................................................................................................................78
15.1
Tine loss safeguard ..........................................................................................................................78
16
Malfunctions - Causes and Remedies ................................................................................................79
17
Placing in Storage ................................................................................................................................81
17.1
At the End of the Harvest Season ....................................................................................................81
17.2
Before the Start of the New Season .................................................................................................82
18
Disposal of the machine ......................................................................................................................83
18.1
Disposal of the machine ...................................................................................................................83
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Index ......................................................................................................................................................84
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To this Document
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To this Document
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Validity
These operating instructions apply to rotary rakes of the series:
Swadro 710/26 T
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2.2
Re-Ordering
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If this document should become wholly or partially unusable, you can request a replacement
document by stating the order number mentioned on the cover sheet.
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2.3
Further applicable documents
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To ensure that the machine is used safely and as intended, observe the following further
applicable documents:
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Operating instructions of universal shaft(s)
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2.4
Target group of this document
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This document aims at the operators of the machine fulfilling the minimum requirements of
personnel qualification; refer to chapter entitled Safety “Personnel Qualification”.
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2.5
How to use this document
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2.5.1
Directories and References
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Table of contents/headers:
The table of contents as well as the headers in this instruction are used for quick navigation in
the chapters.
Index directory:
In the index directory, you can find information on the desired subject via catchwords which are
in alphabetical order. The index directory can be found on the last page of this instruction.
Cross references:
Cross references to another place in the operating instructions or to another document are in
the text and specify the chapter and subchapter or section. The designation of subchapters or
sections is presented in quotation marks.
Example:
Check that all screws on the machine are tight, refer to chapter Maintenance, “Tightening
Torques”.
The subchapter or the section can be found via an entry in the table of contents and in the index
directory.
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To this Document
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2.5.2
Direction Information
Direction information in this document such as front, rear, right and left always applies in the
direction of travel.
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2.5.3
Term “Machine”
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Throughout the rest of this document, the “rotor rake” will also be referred to as the “machine”.
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2.5.4
Figures
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The figures in this document do not always represent the exact machine type. The information
which refers to the figure always corresponds to the machine type of this document.
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2.5.5
Scope of Document
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In addition to standard equipment, accessories kits and versions of the machine are described
in this document. Your machine may deviate from this document.
2.5.6
Means of representation
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Icons in the text
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In this document, the following means of representation are used:
Action step
A bullet point () designates an action step you have to perform, as for example:
• Set the left outside mirror.
Sequence of actions
Several bullet points () located in front of a sequence of action steps identify a sequence of
actions to be performed step by step, as for example:
• Loosen counter nut.
• Set the screw.
• Tighten counter nut.
List
Dashes (-) identify lists such as, for example:
– Brakes
– Steering
– Lighting
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To this Document
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Symbols in figures
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To visualize parts and actions steps, the following icons are used:
Icon
1
I
X
Explanation
Reference sign for part
Position of a part (e.g. move from pos. I to pos. II)
Dimensions (e.g. B = width, H = height, L = length)
Action step: Tighten screws with torque key with specified tightening torque
Direction of motion
Direction of travel
opened
closed
enlargement of display detail
Framings, dimension line, dimension line limitation, reference line for visible parts
or visible mounting material
Framings, dimension line, dimension line limitation, reference line for covered
parts or covered mounting material
Laying routes
LH
RH
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Left-hand machine side
Right-hand machine side
To this Document
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Warning signs
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Warning
WARNING! - Type and source of hazard!
Effect: Injuries, serious material damage.
• Measures for hazard prevention.
Caution
CAUTION! - Type and source of hazard!
Effect: Damage to property.
• Measures for risk prevention.
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Notes with information and recommendations
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Note
Note
Effect: Economic benefit of the machine.
• Measures to be performed.
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Safety
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Safety
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3.1
Intended use
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The rotary rake is built exclusively for conventionaluse in agricultural work (intended use).
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Unauthorised modifications to the machine may have a negative effect on the machine
characteristics or safe and reliable use of the machine or may interfere with proper operation.
Unauthorised modifications shall therefore release the manufacturer of any liability for
consequential damage.
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3.2
Service life of the machine
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The service life of this machine strongly depends on proper use and maintenance as well as
the operating conditions.
Permanent operational readiness as well as long service life of the machine can be
achieved by observing the instructions and notes of these operating instructions.
After each season of use, the machine must be checked thoroughly for wear and other
damage.
Damaged and worn parts must be replaced before placing the machine into service again.
After the machine has been used for five years, carry out full technical inspection of the
machine. According to the results of this inspection, a decision concerning the possibility of
reuse of the machine should be taken.
Theoretically, the service life of this machine is unlimited as all worn or damaged parts can
be replaced.
Safety
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3.3
Basic safety instructions
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Non-compliance with the safety instructions and warnings
Non-compliance with the safety instructions and warnings may result in injuries and damage to
the environment and property.
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3.3.1
Importance of the operating instructions
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The operating instructions are an important document and a part of the machine. They are
intended for the user and contain information relevant to safety.
Only the procedures indicated in the operating instructions are reliable. If the operating
instructions are not followed, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• Before using the machine for the first time, read and follow all the "Basic safety instructions"
in the chapter Safety.
• Before working, also read and observe the respective sections in the operating instructions.
• Retain the operating instructions and ensure that they are always available.
• Hand over the operating instructions to subsequent users.
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Safety
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3.3.2
Personnel qualification
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If the machine is not used properly, people may be seriously injured or killed. To avoid
accidents, each person who works with the machine must satisfy the following minimum
requirements:
– He is physically capable of controlling the machine.
– He can work safely with the machine in accordance with these operating instructions.
– He understands the method of operation of the machine within the scope of his work and
can identify and avoid the dangers associated with the work.
– He has read the operating instructions and can implement the information in the operating
instructions accordingly.
– He is familiar with driving vehicles safely.
– For road travel he has adequate knowledge of the highway code and has the stipulated
driving licence.
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3.3.3
Children in danger
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Children cannot assess danger and behave unpredictably.
As a result, children are especially at risk.
• Keep children away from the machine.
• Keep children away from consumables.
• Especially before starting up and moving the machine, ensure that there are no children in
the danger zone.
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3.3.4
Coupling
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If the tractor and the machine are not correctly connected, there is a risk of causing serious
accidents.
• When connecting front attachments or trailers, follow all operating instructions:
– The operating instructions for the tractor
– The operating instructions for the machine
– The operating instructions for the universal shaft
• Follow the coupling instructions, see chapter on starting up "Connect the machine to the
tractor".
• Note the modified driving behaviour of the combination.
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3.3.5
Structural changes to the machine
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Structural changes and enhancements may impair the functionality and operational safety of the
machine. As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• Have structural changes and enhancements performed by an authorised service centre
only.
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Safety
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3.3.6
Additional equipment and spare parts
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Additional equipment and spare parts, which do not comply with the requirements of the
manufacturer, may impair the operational safety of the machine and cause accidents.
• To ensure operational safety, use original or standard parts which comply with the
requirements of the manufacturer. If in doubt, have parts verified by the dealer or
manufacturer.
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3.3.7
Workstations and passengers
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Control of the moving machine
The moving machine requires the driver to react quickly at any time. Otherwise, the machine
may move in an uncontrolled manner and seriously injure or kill people.
• Start the engine from the driver's seat only.
• Never leave the driver's seat while the machine is moving.
• Never climb in or out of the machine while it is moving.
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Passengers
Passengers may be seriously injured by the machine or fall off the machine and get run over.
Ejected objects may strike and injure passengers.
• Never let people ride on the machine.
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3.3.8
Operational safety: Technically perfect condition
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Operation only when the machine has been started up correctly
If the machine is not started up correctly according to these operating instructions, the
operational safety of the machine is not ensured. As a result, accidents may occur and people
may be seriously injured or killed.
• Do not use the machine unless it has been started up correctly, see chapter Start-up.
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Technically perfect condition of the machine
Improper maintenance and adjustment may affect the operational safety of the machine and
cause accidents. As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• Perform all maintenance and adjustment work according to the chapters Maintenance and
Adjustment.
• Before performing any maintenance or adjustment work, shut down and safeguard the
machine, see chapter Safety "Shutting down and safeguarding the machine".
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Safety
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Danger resulting from damage to the machine
Damage to the machine may impair the operational safety of the machine and cause accidents.
As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed. The following parts of the machine are
particularly important for safety:
– Steering
– Safety devices
– Connecting devices
– Lighting
– Hydraulic system
– Tyres
– Universal shaft
If there are doubts about the operational safety of the machine, for example due to leaking
consumables, visible damage or an unexpected change to the driving behaviour:
• Shut down and safeguard the machine, see chapter Safety, "Shutting down and
safeguarding the machine".
• Immediately eliminate potential causes of damage, for example heavy soiling, or tighten
slack screws.
• If possible, repair the damage according to these operating instructions.
• In the case of damage which may affect operational safety and cannot be repaired
according to these operating instructions: Have damage repaired by a qualified service
centre.
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Technical limit values
When the technical limit values of the machine are not met, the machine may be damaged.
Thus there is a risk of accidents, serious injuries or death. With regard to safety, it is of special
importance to comply with the following technical limit values:
– Gross vehicle weight
– Permissible axle load
– Permissible supported load
– Maximum permissible speed
• Meet limit values, refer to chapter entitled “Technical Data”.
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3.3.9
Danger zones
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Danger zones on the tractor and the machine
The area around the tractor and the machine is a danger zone.
There are the following hazards in this danger zone:
– The tractor and the machine may start moving or rolling away and run over people.
– If the power lifter is unintentionally actuated, the machine may make hazardous
movements.
– Defective or insecurely attached electrical cables may cause fatal electric shocks.
– Defective or insecurely attached hydraulic or pneumatic lines may become detached and
flail around. Hydraulic oil may escape under high pressure and cause serious injuries to the
skin or face.
– Clothing may become caught and wrapped around an exposed PTO shaft or a damaged or
incorrectly installed universal shaft.
– When the drive is switched on, machine parts may rotate or swivel.
– Hydraulically raised machine parts may descend unnoticed and slowly.
If the danger zone is not observed, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• Keep people away from the danger zone of the tractor and the machine.
• Do not switch on the drives and engine until there is nobody in the danger zone.
The safety clearance is:
– 30 metres in front of the machine while in operation.
– 5 metres in front of the machine when at a standstill.
– 3 metres on either side of the machine.
– 5 metres behind the machine.
• Before working in front of and behind the tractor and in the danger zone of the machine:
Shut down and safeguard the machine, see chapter Safety, "Shutting down and
safeguarding the machine". This also applies to brief inspection work. Many serious
accidents in front of and behind the tractor and the machine occur due to negligence and
running machines.
• Consider the information in all relevant operating instructions.
– The operating instructions for the tractor
– The operating instructions for the machine
– The operating instructions for the universal shaft
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Danger zone between tractor and machine
People standing between the tractor and machine may be seriously injured or killed if the tractor
rolls away or by machine movements:
• Before starting all work between the tractor and machine: •
Shut down and safeguard
the machine, see chapter Safety, "Shutting down and safeguarding the machine". This also
applies to brief inspection work. Many serious accidents occur due to negligence and
running machines.
• If the power lifter has to be actuated, keep all people away from the area of movement of
the power lifter.
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Danger zone when drive switched on
When the drive is switched on, there is a danger to life from rotating and swivelling machine
parts. There must be nobody in the danger zone of the machine.
• Before starting the machine, direct all people out of the danger zone of the machine.
• If a hazardous situation arises, switch off drives and diesel engine immediately.
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Danger zone of the P.T.O. shaft
People may be caught, pulled in and seriously injured by the PTO shaft and the driven
components.
Before engaging the PTO shaft:
• Make sure that all safety devices are fitted and in the protection position.
• Ensure that the selected speed and direction of rotation of the PTO shaft match the
permitted speed and direction of rotation of the machine.
• Ensure that nobody is in the danger zone of the PTO shaft or the universal shaft.
• If the angles are too large, switch off the PTO shaft. The machine may be damaged. Parts
may be flung out and cause injury to persons.
• If the PTO shaft is not required, switch off the PTO shaft.
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Danger zone universal shaft
People may become caught by the universal shaft, pulled in and seriously injured.
• Ensure that the universal shaft guards are attached and functional.
• Ensure that nobody is in the danger zone of the PTO shaft or the universal shaft.
• Provide the section tube and universal shaft guards with adequate cover.
• Allow the universal shaft locks to engage.
• Attach the chains to prevent the universal shaft guards from rotating with the shaft.
• Follow the operating instructions for the universal shaft.
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Danger zone due to coasting machine parts
When the drives have been switched off, the following machine parts will coast:
– Universal shaft
– Rotor
When machine parts are coasting, people may be seriously injured or killed.
Shut down and safeguard the machine, see chapter Safety, "Shutting down and safeguarding
the machine".
• Do not touch machine parts until they have come to a standstill.
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3.3.10
Keeping safety devices functional
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If safety devices are missing or damaged, people may be seriously injured or killed by moving
machine parts.
• Replace damaged safety devices.
• Re-install all removed safety devices and all other parts and move them into protective
position before starting up the machine.
• If it is doubtful whether all safety devices have been correctly installed and are functional,
have a service centre check them.
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3.3.11
Personal protective equipment
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The wearing of personal protective equipment is an important safety measure. Missing or
unsuitable personal protective equipment increases health risks and injuries.
Personal protective equipment is for example:
– Work gloves
– Safety boots
– Close-fitting protective clothing
– Hearing protection
– Safety glasses
• Specify and provide personal protective equipment for the particular job.
• Use only personal protective equipment which is in proper condition and offers effective
protection.
• Adjust personal protective equipment to the person, for example the size.
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Wear suitable clothing
Loose clothing increases the risk of it becoming caught or wrapped around rotating parts and of
it becoming caught on protruding parts. As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• Wear tight-fitting clothing.
• Never wear rings, chains or other items of jewellery.
• Cover long hair with a hairnet.
• Wear sturdy shoes or protective work boots.
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3.3.12
Safety signs on the machine
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Safety stickers on the machine warn of hazards in danger areas and are an important
component of the safety equipment of the machine. Missing safety stickers increase the risk of
serious and fatal injuries.
• Clean dirty safety stickers.
• After cleaning, always check that safety stickers are complete and legible.
• Immediately replace missing, damaged and unrecognisable safety stickers.
• Provide spare parts with the designated safety stickers.
Description, explanation and order numbers of the safety stickers, see chapter Safety, "Safety
stickers on the machine".
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3.3.13
Traffic safety
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Dangers when driving on roads and in fields
The mounted or attached work machine changes the handling characteristics of the tractor. The
handling characteristics also depend on the operational state and on the ground. If the driver
does not consider changed handling characteristics, he may cause accidents.
• Observe procedures for driving on roads and in fields, see chapter "Driving and
transportation".
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Prepare the machine for road travel
If the machine is not prepared properly for road travel, serious accidents may occur with traffic.
• Before travelling on the road, always prepare the machine for road travel, see chapter
Driving and transportation, "Preparations for road travel".
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Danger of overturning
The machine may overturn when driving on slopes. As a result, accidents may occur and
people may be seriously injured or killed. The risk of overturning depends on many factors.
• Observe procedures for driving, see chapter Driving and transportation.
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Safety
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3.3.14
Parking the machine safely
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The parked machine may overturn. People may be crushed and killed.
• Park the machine on a stable and even surface.
• Before adjusting, repairing, servicing or cleaning the machine, ensure that it is securely
positioned. If in doubt, support the machine.
• In the chapter Driving and transportation note the section "Parking the machine".
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Unattended parking
Adults and playing children are at risk from an inadequately secured and unattended parked
machine.
• Before switching off the machine: Shut down and safeguard the machine, see chapter
Safety, "Shutting down and safeguarding the machine".
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3.3.15
Consumables
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Unsuitable operating materials
Operating materials that do not correspond to the requirements of the manufacturer may impair
the operational safety of the machine and cause accidents.
• Only use operating materials which meet the requirements.
For information on requirements relative to operating materials, refer to chapter Technical Data,
“Operating Materials”.
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Protection of the environment and disposal
Consumables such as diesel fuel, brake fluid, antifreeze and lubricants may damage the
environment and the health of people.
• Do not release consumables into the environment.
• Absorb leaked consumables with an absorbent material or with sand, place in a liquid-tight
labelled container and dispose of according to the official regulations.
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3.3.16
Sources of danger on the machine
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Noise may lead to health problems
When working with the machine for a longer time, serious health damage may result such as
hearing loss, deafness or tinnitus. When using the machine at high speed, the noise level
increases as well.
• Before starting up the combination of tractor and machine, evaluate the danger by noise.
Determine and use hearing protection that is suitable depending on environmental
conditions, working hours as well as working conditions and operating conditions of the
machine. In this process, observe sound pressure level, refer to chapter Technical Data.
• Define rules for the utilization of hearing protection and for working time.
• When the machine is in operation, keep windows and doors of the cab closed.
• Remove hearing protection for road travel.
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Liquids under pressure
The following liquids are under high pressure:
– Hydraulic oil
Liquids under high pressure may penetrate the body through the skin and cause serious
injuries.
• If a damaged pressure system is suspected, immediately contact a qualified service centre.
• Never search for leaks with bare hands. Even a pin-sized hole may cause serious injuries.
• Keep body and face away from leaks.
• If liquids penetrate the body, immediately consult a doctor. The liquid must be removed from
the body as quickly as possible. Danger of infection!
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Hot liquids
Risk of burns and scalding from hot liquids!
• When draining hot consumables, wear protective gloves.
• If required, leave liquids and machine parts to cool down before performing repair,
maintenance and cleaning work.
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Toxic exhaust gases
Exhaust gases may seriously damage your health or be fatal.
• While the engine is running, provide adequate ventilation to prevent prolonged exposure to
exhaust gases.
• Do not leave the engine running in a closed room unless there is a suitable exhaust gas
extraction system.
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3.3.17
Dangers associated with certain activities: Work on the machine
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Work on the machine only when it has been shut down
If the machine has not been shut down and safeguarded, parts may move unintentionally or the
machine may start moving. As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• Before performing any work on the machine, such as making adjustments, cleaning,
preparing for road travel, preparing for work, servicing or rectifying malfunctions, shut down
and safeguard the machine, see chapter Safety "Shutting down and safeguarding the
machine".
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Maintenance and repair work
Incorrect maintenance and repair work will endanger operational safety. As a result, accidents
may occur and people may be seriously injured or killed.
• Only perform work which is described in these operating instructions. Before performing any
work, shut down and safeguard the machine, see chapter Safety, "Shutting down and
safeguarding the machine".
• All other maintenance and repair work may be performed by a qualified service centre only.
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Raised machine and machine parts
The raised machine may accidentally drop, roll away or overturn and crush or kill people.
• Do not stand under the raised machine. First put the machine down.
• Before performing any work under the machine, securely support the machine, see chapter
Safety "Securely supporting the raised machine and machine parts".
• Before performing any work on or under raised machine parts, lower the machine parts or
secure them mechanically with rigid safety supports or with a hydraulic shut-off device to
prevent them from dropping.
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Danger associated with welding work
Improper welding work will endanger the operational safety of the machine. As a result,
accidents may occur and people may be seriously injured or killed.
• Before performing welding work on the machine, obtain the consent of KRONE customer
service and, if required, identify alternatives.
• Have welding work performed by experienced technicians only.
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3.3.18
Dangers associated with certain activities: Working on wheels and tyres
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Fitting/removing wheels and tyres
Improper fitting or removal will endanger operational safety. As a result, accidents may occur
and people may be seriously injured or killed.
The fitting of wheels and tyres requires adequate knowledge and approved tools.
• If there is a lack of knowledge, have the wheels and tyres fitted by the KRONE dealer or by
a qualified tyre service.
• When fitting tyres on the wheel rims, never exceed the maximum permitted pressure
specified by the tyre manufacturers, otherwise the tyre or even the wheel rim may explode.
• When fitting the wheels, tighten the wheel nuts to the stipulated torque, see chapter
Maintenance "Tyres".
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3.3.19
Behaviour in hazardous situations and when accidents occur
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Neglected or incorrect procedures in hazardous situations may obstruct or prevent the rescue of
people in danger. Difficult rescue conditions will impair the chances of helping and healing the
injured.
• In principle: Switch off the machine.
• Gain an overview of the hazardous situation and identify the cause of the hazard.
• Safeguard the accident location.
• Rescue people from the danger zone.
• Withdraw from the danger zone and do not enter again.
• Alert rescue teams and, if possible, fetch help.
• Take immediate life-saving measures.
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3.4
Safety routines
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3.4.1
Stopping and securing the machine
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WARNING!
Risk of injury due to movement of the machine or machine parts
If the machine has not been shut down, the machine or machine parts may move
unintentionally. As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• Before leaving the machine: Shut down and secure the machine.
To park the machine securely:
• Park the machine on a stable and even surface.
• Switch off the drives and wait until coasting parts have come to a standstill.
• Switch off the tractor engine, remove the ignition key and take it with you.
• Secure the tractor against rolling away.
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3.4.2
Supporting lifted machine and machine parts securely
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WARNING!
Risk of injury due to movement of the machine or machine parts
If the machine is not supported securely, the machine or machine parts may roll, fall or drop.
As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• Before working on or under raised components: Securely support machine or machine
parts.
To securely support the machine or machine parts:
• Shut down and safeguard the machine, see chapter Safety, "Shutting down and
safeguarding the machine".
• Before performing any work on or under raised machine parts, lower the machine parts or
secure them mechanically with rigid safety supports (e.g. support stand, crane) or with a
hydraulic shut-off device (e.g. stop cock) to prevent them from dropping.
• Never support the machine or machine parts with materials which can buckle.
• Never support the machine or machine parts with hollow blocks or bricks. Hollow blocks or
bricks may break under continuous load.
• Never work under the machine or machine parts which are held up by a car jack.
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Safety
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3.5
Safety stickers on the machine
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3.5.1
Position and meaning of the safety stickers on the machine
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The rotary rake is equipped with all safety devices (protective devices). However, it is not
possible to eliminate all potential hazards on this machine as this would impair its full functional
capability. Hazard warnings are attached to the machine in the relevant areas to warn against
any dangers. The safety instructions are provided in the form of so-called warning pictograms.
Important information on the position of these safety signs and what they mean is given below!
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GL
4
3 4
3 4
4
4 2 1
SW710027_3
Fig. 1
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1) Order no. 939 471 1 (1x)
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L
Danger due to incorrect operation and lack of knowledge
Incorrect operation and lack of knowledge of the machine as well
as incorrect behaviour in hazardous situations is risking the life of
the operator and third parties.
• Before starting up the machine, read and follow the operating
instructions and safety instructions.
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Safety
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2) Order no. 939 100 4 (1x)
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Danger if the maximum permitted PTO speed or the maximum
permitted operating pressure is exceeded.
If the maximum permitted PTO speed is exceed, parts of the
machine may be destroyed or forcibly ejected.
If the maximum permitted operating pressure is exceeded,
hydraulic parts may be damaged.
As a result, people may be receive serious or life threatening
injuries.
• Observe the permitted PTO speed.
• Observe the permitted operating pressure.
939 100-4
540/ min
MAX. 200 bar
MAX.
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3) Order No. 939 472 2 (4x)
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939 472- 2
Danger due to impact
Risk of death due to swivelling movements of the machine.
• Ensure that there is nobody in the swivel range of the
machine.
• Maintain distance from moving machine parts.
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4) Order No. 942 196 1 (7x)
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Danger due to crushing or shearing
Risk of injury due to crushing or shearing points on moving
machine parts.
• While parts are moving, never reach into areas where there is
a risk of being crushed.
9 4 2 1 9 6 -1
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Safety
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3.5.2
Re-Ordering Safety Labels and Information Labels
Note
Each safety and information label is provided with an order number and can be ordered directly
from the manufacturer or from authorised dealer (refer to chapter “Contact Person”).
3.5.3
Attaching Safety Labels and Information Labels
Note - Attaching a label
Effect: Adhesion of label
• The attachment area must be clean, dry and free from dirt, oil and grease.
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3.5.4
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Contact
Maschinenfabrik Bernard Krone GmbH & Co. KG
Heinrich-Krone-Strasse 10
D-48480 Spelle (Germany)
Telephone: + 49 (0) 59 77/935-0 (Head Office)
Fax.: + 49 (0) 59 77/935-339 (Head Office)
Fax.: + 49 (0) 59 77/935-239 (Spare parts - domestic)
Fax.: + 49 (0) 59 77/935-359 (Spare parts - export)
Email: info.ldm@krone.de
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Machine Description
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4
Machine Description
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4.1
Machine overview
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1
2
7
5
6
4
3
9
8
12
15
11
10
13
14
SW710048
Fig. 2
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Machine Description
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1
Transfer gearbox front
9
Throttle
2
Universal shaft drive
10
Tine arm with tines
3
Universal shaft bracket
11
Rotor chassis
4
Parking support
12
Rotor gearbox
5
Overload protection
13
Lighting
6
Swath cloth
14
Wheel chock
7
Guide wheel
15
Warning panel
8
Hoop guard
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Machine Description
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4.2
Identification Plate
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Fig.1:
The machine data can be seen on a type plate (1).
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4.3
Information Required for Questions and Orders
Type
Year of manufacture
Vehicle ID number
Note
The entire identification plate represents a legal document and should not be altered or
rendered illegible!
When asking questions concerning the machine or ordering spare parts, be sure to provide type
designation, vehicle ID number and the year of manufacture : To ensure that these data are
always available, we recommend that you enter them in the fields above.
Note
Authentic KRONE spare parts and accessories authorised by the manufacturer help to ensure
safety. The use of spare parts, accessories and other devices which are not manufactured,
tested or approved by KRONE will result in the revoking of the liability for damages resulting
thereof.
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Machine Description
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4.4
Overload protection
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Note
The overload protection must not be changed. The guarantee becomes invalid if an overload
protection is used other the protection provided!
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1
SW710009_1
Fig. 3
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Star ratchet couplings protect the machine against overloading.
These star ratchets (1) are situated in the front bar behind the swivel gear.
They emit a vibrating sound when the machine is overloaded. They transfer the related torque
by pulsations. In order to avoid premature wear of the overload protection, turn the PTO shaft of
immediately when the star ratchets respond to the overload.
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Technical Data
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5
Technical Data
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Road travel is only permitted with the swivelled outrigger arms in transport position.
The maximum height of 4 m must not be exceeded.
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B
L
H
L
SW7100030
Fig. 4
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Dimensions in transport position
Height
1,955 mm
Length
8,400 mm
Width
2,995 mm
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Dimensions in working position
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Height
1,400 mm
Length
8,400 mm
Width for single swath placement
6,200 mm
Width for double swath placement
6,800 mm
Technical Data
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Weights
Gross vehicle weight
1,600 kg
Permitted axle load front
900 kg
Permitted axle load rear
900 kg
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Acreage output
Acreage output in case of single swath placement
5.5 – 6 ha/h
Acreage output in case of double swath placement
6 - 6.5 ha/h
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Minimum tractor requirement
Power requirement
37/50 kW/HP
PTO speed
max. 540 rpm
Voltage lighting
12 V – 7-pin plug
Max. operating pressure of hydraulic system
200 bar
Hydraulic connections
1x single-acting control unit
1x double-acting control unit
Maximum permissible transport speed
40 km/h
Lower links
height and sides can be
defined
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Machine equipment (series)
Number of rotors
2
Number of tine arms per rotor
13
Number of double tines per front tine arm
3
Number of double tines per rear tine arm
4
Rotor diameter
2,960 mm
Universal shaft
Wide angle
Drawbar
Lighting
Warning panels
Tandem axle (rotor chassis)
Mechanical working height setting
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Airborne Sound Emission
Equivalent continuous pneumatic level recorder
less than 70 d B(A)
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Ambient temperature
Temperature range for machine operation
-5 to +45°C
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Technical Data
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5.1
Consumables
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CAUTION!
Environmental damage caused by incorrect storage and dispose of consumables!
• Store consumables in suitable containers according to statutory provisions.
• Dispose of used consumables according to statutory provisions.
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Designation
Filling
quantity
Specification
Initial filling ex works
Rotor gearbox
0.5 l
Fluid gear grease GFO 35
RENOLIT SO – GFO 35
Main gearbox
1.0 l
SAE 90
Wiolin ML 4 SAE 90
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Biodegradable consumables on request.
5.2
Tyres
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Tyres
Tyre designation
Tyre pressure
Tandem axle
18 x 8.50-8 6 PR
1.0 bar
Commissioning
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6
Commissioning
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WARNING!
Risk of accident or damage to the machine due to an incorrect initial operation!
Only an authorized service technician is permitted to carry out the initial operation.
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WARNING!
If the basic safety instructions are not followed, people may be seriously injured or
killed.
• To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions in the chapter Safety must have been
read and followed, see chapter Safety "Basic safety instructions".
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WARNING!
If the safety routines are not adhered to, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• To avoid accidents, the safety routines in the chapter Safety must be read and followed,
see chapter Safety "Safety routines".
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WARNING!
Risk of injury due to the unsecured machine rolling away!
If the machine is not secured against rolling away when it has been switched off, there is a risk
of people being injured by the machine rolling away in an uncontrolled manner.
• Secure the machine against rolling away with wheel chocks.
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6.1
General
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Prior to attaching or detaching devices to or from the 3-point suspension, move the loading
equipment to a position that excludes inadvertent lifting or lowering!
Use extreme caution when attaching or detaching implements onto or from the tractor!
In the vicinity of the 3-point linkage, there is risk of injury due to crushing and shearing points!
6.2
First installation
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The document "Assembly Instructions" describes how to install the device for the first time.
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Commissioning
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6.3
Connect the machine to the tractor
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A swing drawbar or a hitch bar is required on the tractor side to attach the machine to the
tractor.
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2
1
SW46T034_1
Figure 5:
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•
Connect the rotary rake to the swing drawbar or hitch bar (1) and secure using bolt (2).
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•
•
Switch off tractor engine and remove ignition key.
Secure tractor and machine against rolling.
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6.4
Default setting
Fig. 6
Front rotor (a)
• Raise or lower the hitch bar until the front rotor is positioned horizontally.
• Adjust the front supporting wheel (1) until the rotor is horizontal or inclined slightly forward.
• The supporting wheel can be mounted either on the right or on the left.
Rear rotor (b)
• Adjust the rear supporting wheel (2) until the rotor is horizontal or inclined slightly forward.
In case of extreme fodder conditions, the rear supporting wheel can be mounted further to the
"right" (Pos. II) for single swath.. Then the crop that is cut by the front rotor will not be driven
over by the rear supporting wheel and will not affect the ground adjustment of the rear rotor.
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36
Commissioning
Pos : 25.13.1 /Ü berschriften/Ü berschriften 2/F-J/GGel enkwelle @ 0\mod_1199781879794_78.doc x @ 34542 @ 2 @ 1
6.5
PTO shaft
Pos : 25.13.2 /BA/Ers tinbetriebnahme/Gelenkwelle/M aterialsc häden Mas ch nic ht ausheben @ 6\mod_1214996593356_78.doc x @ 97722 @ @ 1
Caution! - Material Damages
• Do not lift the machine until the length of the PTO shaft has been adjusted!
Pos : 25.13.3 /BA/Ers tinbetriebnahme/Gelenkwelle/Tr aktor wec hs el Gel enkwellenlänge beachten @ 6\mod_1214996938591_78.doc x @ 97742 @ @ 1
Caution! - Changing the tractor
Effect: Damage to the machine
When using the machine for the first time and whenever changing the tractor Check PTO shaft
for the correct length. If the length of the PTO shaft does not match the tractor, always observe
the chapter entitled "Adjusting the length of the PTO shaft".
Pos : 25.13.4 /Ü berschriften/Ü berschriften 3/K-O/LLängenanpas sung @ 1\mod_1201687632810_78.doc x @ 53589 @ 3 @ 1
6.5.1
Length adjustment
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1
3
3
2
4
SW46T003
Fig. 7
Pos : 25.13.6 /BA/Ers tinbetriebnahme/Gelenkwelle/Sc hwader /Läng enanpass ung _mit Weitwinkel beids eitig T ext_SW 46T @ 46\mod_1281962884406_78.doc x @ 445691 @ @ 1
The length of the universal shaft (1) must be adjusted. To do so, position rotary swather in the
shortest universal shaft position setting:
Note
The universal shaft must not yet be attached on the tractor side.
• Bring the machine into the transport position
• Subsequently, turn the tractor’s steering to full to the left or to the right and move forward
with the attachment until the tightest curve is reached
• Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key
• Secure the machine and tractor against rolling
• Disperse the universal shaft
• Install each half (1) and (2) on the tractor and machine side respectively
(Make certain the "Tractor" icon inscribed on the universal shaft is actually inserted on
the tractor side.)
• For additional operating instructions refer to the operating instructions of the universal shaft
manufacturer
Note
Check swivel range of and clearance for the universal shaft! Damage can be caused if the
tractor or the machine touch the universal shaft (e.g. hitching device, hitching frame, lower
suspension arms)
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37
Start-up
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7
Start-up
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WARNING!
If the basic safety instructions are not followed, people may be seriously injured or
killed.
• To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions in the chapter Safety must have been
read and followed, see chapter Safety "Basic safety instructions".
Pos : 27.3 /BA/Sicher heit/2. Vor angestellte Warnhi nweis e/WARNUNG - Nichtbeachtung der Sicherheitsr outinen al te For m @ 273\mod_1404117435996_78.doc x @ 2058712 @ @ 1
WARNING!
If the safety routines are not adhered to, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• To avoid accidents, the safety routines in the chapter Safety must be read and followed,
see chapter Safety "Safety routines".
Pos : 27.4 /BA/Inbetriebnahme/Sc hwader/Hinweis M asc hine befindet si ch i n Tr ansportstellung @ 291\mod_1410425539165_78.doc x @ 2294265 @ @ 1
Note
In the following description, one assumes that the machine (after final assembly) is in the
transport position.
Pos : 27.5.1 /Übersc hriften/Übersc hriften 2/K-O/M/Maschi ne an den Traktor ankuppel n @ 279\mod_1405350506791_78.doc x @ 2150095 @ 2 @ 1
7.1
Connect the machine to the tractor
Pos : 27.5.2 /BA/Ersti nbetriebnahme/Schwader/Swadro 710T/Anbau Zugpendel/Ac kerschi ene erforderlich @ 6\mod_1214987153325_78.doc x @ 97271 @ @ 1
A swing drawbar or a hitch bar is required on the tractor side to attach the machine to the
tractor.
Pos : 27.5.3 /BA/Ersti nbetriebnahme/Schwader/Swadro 710T/Anbau Bild ohne Sic her hei ts kette SW 46T @ 9\mod_1220934689209_78.doc x @ 129036 @ @ 1
2
1
SW46T034_1
Figure 8:
Pos : 27.5.4 /BA/Ersti nbetriebnahme/Schwader/Swadro 710T/Ankoppeln SW 710T @ 6 \mod_1214987431903_78.doc x @ 97291 @ @ 1
•
Connect the rotary rake to the swing drawbar or hitch bar (1) and secure using bolt (2).
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•
•
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38
Switch off tractor engine and remove ignition key.
Secure tractor and machine against rolling.
Start-up
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7.1.1
Connecting the hydraulic lines
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WARNING! - If the hydraulic hoses are interchanged when connecting them to the
hydraulic system of the tractor, the functions will be interchanged as well.
Effect: Injuries, serious damage to the machine
• Identify the hydraulic connections.
• Always ensure correct connection between the machine and the tractor.
• When connecting and removing the hydraulic hoses to and from the tractor hydraulics take
care that the hydraulics are pressureless both on the tractor side and the machine side.
Pos : 27.9 /BA/Inbetriebnahme/Sc hwader/H ydrauli kansc hluss/H ydrauli kansc hluss Swadro 710T @ 6 \mod_1215000777153_78.doc x @ 97952 @ @ 1
2
3
1
SW710010_1
Fig. 9
The following control units are required on the tractor to operate the machine:
The machine requires a single-action and a double-action control unit on the tractor.
Connect the hydraulic hoses as follows:
to the double-action control unit:
• red (2)= swivel rotor from transport position to working position
• blue (2) = swivel rotor from working position to transport position
or after actuating the actuating rope twice (3)
• red (2)= swivel rear swath cloth from transport position to working position
• blue (2) = swivel rear swath cloth from working position to transport position
to the single-action control unit:
• red (1)= - lift/lower rotors
Pos : 27.10 /BA/Inbetri ebnahme/H ydrauli kkupplungen ansc hließ en all e Maschi nen/Hi nweis H ydrauli kaufkl eber beac ht en @ 175\mod_1371705374532_78.doc x @ 1491925 @ @ 1
Note
Connect the hydraulic lines correctly
• The hydraulic hoses are identified by coloured hose clips.
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39
Start-up
Pos : 27.12 /BA/Inbetri ebnahme/Sc hwader /Ansc hluss Beleuc htung/Ansc hluss Beleuc htung Swadr o 710T @ 6\mod_1215005242091_78.doc x @ 97995 @ 2 @ 1
7.2
Connecting the lighting
Abb. 10
The lighting system is connected via the 7-pin connection cable (1).
To do this:
• Insert the 7-pin plug of the connection cable (1) into the relevant socket (2) of the tractor.
• Insert the 7-pin connection cable plug (1) into the appropriate socket (3) of the machine.
• Position the cable so that it will not come in contact with the wheels.
Pos : 27.13 /BA/Inbetri ebnahme/Sc hwader /Hinweis Sauber keit der Stec ker und Stec kdosen @ 2\mod_1202399563131_78.doc x @ 59273 @ @ 1
Note
Before inserting the plugs, make certain the plugs and sockets are clean and dry. Dirt and
moisture may result in short circuits!
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40
Start-up
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7.3
Install the PTO shaft
Pos : 27.16 /BA/Ers tinbetriebnahme/Gelenkwelle/Tr aktor wec hs el Gel enkwellenl änge beachten @ 6\mod_1214996938591_78.doc x @ 97742 @ @ 1
Caution! - Changing the tractor
Effect: Damage to the machine
When using the machine for the first time and whenever changing the tractor Check PTO shaft
for the correct length. If the length of the PTO shaft does not match the tractor, always observe
the chapter entitled "Adjusting the length of the PTO shaft".
Pos : 27.17 /BA/Inbetri ebnahme/Sc hwader /Anbau Gel enkwelle/Anbau Gel enkwelle bei dseitig Weitwinkel Hi nweis auf Gelenkwelle beachten SW46T @ 8\mod_1219400980001_78.doc x @ 118400 @ @ 1
1
3
3
2
4
SW46T003
Figure. 11
•
•
•
•
•
Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key.
Secure tractor and machine against rolling.
First mount the PTO shaft (1) on the machine side.
Rotate the PTO shaft support (2) down.
Then slide the PTO shaft onto the PTO of the tractor. In doing this, ensure that the sliding
pin is securely engaged.
(Make certain the "Tractor" icon inscribed on the PTO shaft is actually inserted on the
tractor side.)
• Secure the PTO shaft guard against turning with the retaining chain (3).
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41
Start-up
Pos : 27.19.1 /Ü berschriften/Ü berschriften 2/P-T/SSic her ungs kette ver wenden @ 6\mod_1214542336632_78.doc x @ 94799 @ 2 @ 1
7.4
Using the safety chain
Pos : 27.19.2 /BA/Inbetri ebnahme/Sicherungs kette U SA/WARNUN G - F alsc h dimensionierte Sic her ungs kette ver wendet mit Variante @ 180\mod_1376576652355_78.doc x @ 1547873 @ @ 1
WARNING!
When using a wrongly dimensioned safety chain, the safety chain may tear if the
machine loosens unintentionally. This can result in serious accidents.
• Always use a safety chain with a minimum tensile strength of 89 kN (20.000 lbf).
Pos : 27.19.3 /BA/Inbetri ebnahme/Sicherungs kette U SA/WARNUN G - Z u s traff oder z u loc ker verl egte Sic her ungs kette @ 226\mod_1392652264306_78.doc x @ 1824606 @ @ 1
WARNING!
If the safety chain is layed so that it is too tight or too loose, then it may tear. As a result,
serious injuries or damage to tractor and machine may be caused.
• Position the safety chain so that it does not tension when cornering. Also make sure when
laying it that it does not touch the tractor wheels or other parts of tractor or machine.
Pos : 27.19.4 /BA/Inbetri ebnahme/Sicherungs kette U SA/Hinweis Sicherungs kette Länder abhängig @ 6\mod_1214999654856_78.doc x @ 97933 @ @ 1
Note
Using the safety chain
Attachment of the safety chain is not stipulated in all countries.
Pos : 27.19.5 /BA/Inbetri ebnahme/Sicherungs kette U SA/Sic her ungskette ver wenden @ 207 \mod_1386742973026_78.doc x @ 1714836 @ @ 1
The safety chain is used as an additional safety precaution for trailed devices, should they
become detached from the drawbar during transport. Attach the safety chain with the respective
mounting parts to the hitching device on the tractor or to another specified connection point. The
safety chain should have just enough play to be able to go around curves.
Pos : 27.19.6 /Beipac ks /Sonstige Beipac ks _maschi nenuebergreifend/Sic herungs kette 89kN Sic her ungs kette am Tr aktor montieren M äher,Sc hwader,Wender Bild ( 2016-02-15 15:34:20) @ 150\mod_1362048508388_78.doc x @ 1343347 @ @ 1
a
b
ZBBP0899_1
Fig. 12
Pos : 27.19.7 /Beipac ks /Sonstige Beipac ks _maschi nenuebergreifend/Sic herungs kette 89kN Sic her ungs kette am Tr aktor montieren T ext (2016- 04- 27 07:37:29) @ 150\mod_1362048347829_78.doc x @ 1343318 @ @ 1
•
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42
Install safety chain (1) on an eligible position (for example: a or b) on the tractor.
Start-up
Pos : 27.19.9 /BA/Inbetri ebnahme/Sicherungs kette U SA/Sic her heits kette Bild SW 710T @ 313\mod_1421663909217_78.doc x @ 2423678 @ @ 1
1
SW46T028_3
Fig. 13:
Pos : 27.19.10 /BA/Inbetriebnahme/Sic herungs kette USA/Sicher ungs kette an der M asc hine montier en_T ext @ 168\mod_1368510725089_78.doc x @ 1456755 @ @ 1
•
Install the safety chain (1) on the machine.
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43
Start-up
Pos : 27.21 /Ü bersc hriften/Ü berschriften 2/P-T/S/Stützfüß i n Trans portstellung sc hwenken @ 38\mod_1266570711105_78.doc x @ 353204 @ 2 @ 1
7.5
Swivel parking jack into transport position
Pos : 27.22 /BA/Inbetri ebnahme/Sc hwader /Stützfüß in Trans ports tell ung schwenken SW46T, Swadro 710/26 T @ 424\mod_1454338929748_78.doc x @ 2945790 @ @ 1
I
5
II
4
SW46T037_1
Fig. 14
• Crank up the support jack (4).
• Pull the spring-loaded bolt (5) out of position II.
• Swivel up the support jack (4) until the support jack (4) is locked in position I with springloaded bolt (5).
Pos : 27.23 /BA/Inbetri ebnahme/Sc hwader /Hinweis Stützfuß eindr ehen SW 710 T @ 6\mod_1215007004388_78.doc x @ 98059 @ @ 1
Note
Screw in parking jack
Turn in the parking jack (4) until it no longer comes in contact with the tines in its transport
position or turn setting.
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44
Operation
Pos : 29.1 /Übersc hriften/Übersc hriften 1/A-E/Bedienung @ 0\mod_1199789505403_78.doc x @ 34825 @ 1 @ 1
8
Operation
Pos : 29.2 /BA/Sicher heit/2. Vor angestellte Warnhi nweis e/WARNUNG - Nichtbeachtung der grundl egenden Sicherheits hinweis e alte F orm @ 254 \mod_1397485793575_78.doc x @ 1953347 @ @ 1
WARNING!
If the basic safety instructions are not followed, people may be seriously injured or
killed.
• To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions in the chapter Safety must have been
read and followed, see chapter Safety "Basic safety instructions".
Pos : 29.3 /BA/Sicher heit/2. Vor angestellte Warnhi nweis e/WARNUNG - Nichtbeachtung der Sicherheitsr outinen al te For m @ 273\mod_1404117435996_78.doc x @ 2058712 @ @ 1
WARNING!
If the safety routines are not adhered to, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• To avoid accidents, the safety routines in the chapter Safety must be read and followed,
see chapter Safety "Safety routines".
Pos : 29.4 /BA/Bedi enung /Sc hwader/Achtung M asc hine ist für Vor wärtsfahrt konzi piert. @ 291\mod_1410427944026_78.doc x @ 2294406 @ @ 1
CAUTION! - Do not drive in reverse when using the machine for work.
Effect: Damage to the machine.
The machine is designed to travel forwards. Never reverse while the machine is in switched on
and in working position. Lift rotors first.
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45
Operation
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8.1
From transport into working position
Pos : 29.7 /BA/Bedi enung /Sc hwader/Tr ans port- in Ar beitsstellung Seitens chwad SW 710 T @ 7\mod_1215504836214_78.doc x @ 102589 @ 3 @ 1
8.1.1
Side swath
Fig. 15
• Open the shut-off valves (1)
• Activate the single-action control unit on the tractor and lower the rotors (Move the control
unit back into float position).
• Use the double-action control unit to extend the rear hydraulic cylinder completely so that
the rear rotor swivels out to the "Right".
• Drive the tractor forward until the lower rotor has swivelled out completely to the right into its
working position.
• Extend swath cloth (see chapter entitled "Swath Former").
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46
Operation
Pos : 29.9 /BA/Bedi enung /Sc hwader/Tr ans port- in Ar beitsstellung Doppelsc hwad SW 710T @ 7\mod_1215505159730_78.doc x @ 102609 @ 3 @ 1
8.1.2
Double swath
Fig. 16
• Open the shut-off valves (1)
• Activate the single-action control unit on the tractor and lower the rotors (move the control
unit back into float position).
• Use the double-action control unit to retract the rear hydraulic cylinder completely so that
the rear rotor swivels out to the "Left".
• Drive the tractor forward until the rear rotor has swivelled out completely to the left into its
working position.
• Extend swath cloth (see chapter entitled "Swath Former").
• Move additional swath cloth (see chapter entitled "Swath Former").
Pos : 29.10 /Layout Module /---------------Seitenumbr uch---------------- @ 0\mod_1196175311226_0.doc x @ 4165 @ @ 1
47
Operation
Pos : 29.11 /Ü bersc hriften/Ü berschriften 2/P-T/SSc hwadfor mer @ 7\mod_1215506811417_78.doc x @ 102676 @ 2 @ 1
8.2
Swath former
Pos : 29.12 /BA/Bedienung /Sc hwader/Sc hwadtuch/Sc hwadfor mer dem F utter anpass en SW 710T @ 7\mod_1215506647433_78.doc x @ 102656 @ @ 1
The distance from the swath former to the rotor can be adjusted for narrow or wide swathing or
can be adjusted continuously to the amount of forage. The distance from the swath former to
the rotor must be adjusted to the amount of forage.
High amount of forage = long distance
Small amount of forage = short distance
Pos : 29.13 /BA/Bedienung /Sc hwader/Sc h wadtuch/Ei nstellen des hi nteren Schwadtuc hes SW 170T @ 7\mod_1215508678136_78.doc x @ 102827 @ 2 @ 1
8.3
Adjusting Rear Swath Cloth
Fig. 17
The swath width is adjusted steplessly and hydraulically for the rear swath cloth (1).
To do this:
• Pull on the pull rope (2) twice.
• Activate the double-action control unit until the swath cloth (1) is in the correct position.
• Pull on the pull rope (2) again twice (the switching valve moves back to its initial position).
Note
The swath former is adjusted lengthwise and the height is adjusted the same as the front swath
cloth (see chapter entitled "Adjusting the Swath Former Lengthwise" and the chapter entitled
"Height Adjustment of the Swath Former").
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48
Operation
Pos : 29.15 /BA/Bedienung /Sc hwader/Sc hwadtuch/Ei nstellen vorderes Sc hwadtuc h D oppelsc hwad SW 710 T @ 7\mod_1215509461276_78.doc x @ 102871 @ 3 @ 1
8.3.1
Adjusting Front Swath Cloth for Double Swath (optional)
Fig. 18
Move the swath cloth (3) from the rear out of the transport support forward and into the working
position.
• To do this, loosen the cone grip (4) and set screw (5), move the swath cloth (3) to the
correct position and then tighten the cone grip (4) and set screw (5) again.
Pos : 29.16 /BA/Bedienung /Sc hwader/Sc hwadtuch/Verstellen Schwadfor mer in Längsrichtung SW 710T @ 7\mod_1215510275886_78.doc x @ 102891 @ 3 @ 1
8.3.2
Adjusting the swath former lengthwise
This adjustment is required for example if forage falls out at the front of the swath former. To
make the adjustment, loosen the coach bolts (6), move the swath former to the desired position
and tighten the coach bolts (6) again.
Pos : 29.17 /BA/Bedienung /Sc hwader/Sc hwadtuch/Höhenverstellung des Sc hwadfor mers SW 710T @ 7\mod_1215510364730_78.doc x @ 102911 @ 3 @ 1
8.3.3
Height adjustment of the swath former
The adjustment is required if forage falls under the swath former, for example, and is not
evened out by the working depth adjustment.
To do this:
• Loosen the coach bolts (6).
• Adjust the swath former in the oblong hole.
• Tighten the coach bolts (6).
Pos : 29.18 /BA/Bedienung /Sc hwader/Sc hwadtuch/Hinweis Schwadtuch Trans porrtfahrt SW 710 T @ 7\mod_1215510465917_78.doc x @ 102931 @ @ 1
Note
During transport the swath cloth (3) must be moved into the rear transport support (7). Secure
the swath cloth (3) in place with socket pins (8) and linch pins (9).
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49
Operation
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8.4
Adjusting the raking height
2
SW46T 015
Fig. 19:
• Slowly raise the rotor by means of the control valve.
• Switch off the tractor engine, remove the ignition key, and secure the tractor from rolling
away.
• Move stop (2) to required position
• Slowly lower rotor by means of control valve
• If required, re-adjust front and rear supporting wheels (see chapter entitled Start-up "Default
Setting").
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50
Operation
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8.5
Headland Position
Pos : 29.23 /BA/Bedienung /Sc hwader/U mstellen von Ar bei tes- in Vorgewendes tell ung SW 710 T @ 7\mod_1215514932058_78.doc x @ 103016 @ 3 @ 1
8.5.1
Changing over from working to headland position
Fig. 20
When the machine is lowered, actuate "Raise" on the single-action control unit on the tractor
without interruption until the rotors have been completely lifted.
Note
Moving to headland position
The single-action control unit must be left in the "Raise" position for as long as the machine is
used in the headland position.
Pos : 29.24 /BA/Bedienung /Sc hwader/U mstellen von Vorgewende- in Ar beitsstellung @ 7\mod_1215515920526_78.doc x @ 103036 @ 4 @ 1
8.5.1.1
Changing over from headland to working position
•
When the machine is raised, actuate "Lower" on the single-action control unit on the
tractor without interruption until the rotors have been completely lowered (Move control unit
back to the float position).
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51
Operation
Pos : 29.26 /Ü bersc hriften/Ü berschriften 2/U-Z/VVon Arbeitss tellung i n Trans por tstellung @ 2\mod_1202466246542_78.doc x @ 59681 @ 2 @ 1
8.6
Switching from working position to transport position
Pos : 29.27 /BA/Bedienung /Sc hwader/Ar bei ts- in Trans ports tell ung Seitensc hwad SW 710 T @ 7\mod_1215516104870_78.doc x @ 103056 @ 3 @ 1
8.6.1
Side swath
Fig. 21
•
•
•
•
•
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52
While the machine is lowered, activate the double action control unit on the tractor and
retract the hydraulic cylinder until the pointer (1) matches the mark (2).
Move the tractor forward until the rear rotor swivels to the left and runs centred to the front
drawbar in the same track. (You may need to adjust the track with the double-action control
unit)
Retract swath cloth (see chapter entitled "Swath Former").
Close the shut-off valves (3).
Slowly lift the rotors with the single-action control valve on the tractor
Operation
Pos : 29.29 /BA/Bedienung /Sc hwader/Ar bei ts- in Trans ports tell ung D oppelsc hwad SW 710 T @ 7\mod_1215516493683_78.doc x @ 103118 @ 3 @ 1
8.6.2
Double swath
Fig. 22
•
•
•
•
•
•
While the machine is lowered, activate the double-action control unit on the tractor and
extend the hydraulic cylinder until the rear supporting wheel is swivelled to the right, centred
under the front bar.
Move the tractor forward until the rear rotor swivels to the right and runs centred to the front
drawbar in the same track (if required, re-adjust the track via the double-action control unit).
Retract swath cloth (see chapter entitled "Swath Former").
Move additional swath cloth (see chapter entitled "Swath Former").
Close the shut-off valves (3).
Slowly lift the rotors with the single-action control valve on the tractor
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Driving and Transport
Pos : 32.1 /Übersc hrift en/Übersc hriften 1/F-J/F ahr en und Trans port @ 0\mod_1196330049217_78.doc x @ 6553 @ 1 @ 1
9
Driving and Transport
Pos : 32.2 /BA/Sicher heit/2. Vor angestellte Warnhi nweis e/WARNUNG - Nichtbeachtung der grundl egenden Sicherheits hinweis e alte F orm @ 254\mod_1397485793575_78.doc x @ 1953347 @ @ 1
WARNING!
If the basic safety instructions are not followed, people may be seriously injured or
killed.
• To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions in the chapter Safety must have been
read and followed, see chapter Safety "Basic safety instructions".
Pos : 32.3 /BA/Sicher heit/2. Vor angestellte Warnhi nweis e/WARNUNG - Nichtbeachtung der Sicherheitsr outinen al te For m @ 273\mod_1404117435996_78.doc x @ 2058712 @ @ 1
WARNING!
If the safety routines are not adhered to, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• To avoid accidents, the safety routines in the chapter Safety must be read and followed,
see chapter Safety "Safety routines".
Pos : 32.4 /BA/Sicher heit/Fahren und Trans port/Warnung - Straß enfahrt U nfallgefahr durc h nic ht verriegelte Steuer ventil e des Traktors @ 274 \mod_1404213302399_78.doc x @ 2060724 @ @ 1
WARNING!
There is a risk of accidents if the control valves on the tractor are not locked.
If the control valves are not locked, machine components may be activated unintentionally. This
can result in serious accidents.
• To prevent functions being triggered accidentally, the control valves on the tractor must be
switched to neutral and locked during road transport journeys.
Pos : 32.5 /BA/Sicher heit/2. Vor angestellte Warnhi nweis e/Warnung - Gefahr en bei Kur venfahrten mi t ang ehängter M asc hine @ 273\mod_1403678392890_78.doc x @ 2053902 @ @ 1
WARNING!
Danger when cornering with a machine hitched
When cornering, the hitched machine swings out further than the tractor. This can lead to
accidents.
• Take the greater swivel range into account.
• When turning, take account of people, oncoming traffic and obstacles.
Pos : 32.6 /Layout M odul e /---------------Seitenumbruc h---------------- @ 0\mod_1196175311226_0.doc x @ 4165 @ @ 1
54
Driving and Transport
Pos : 32.7 /Übersc hriften/Übersc hriften 2/U-Z/V/Vorbereitungen z ur Straß enfahrt @ 25\mod_1244092605963_78.doc x @ 254666 @ 2 @ 1
9.1
Preparations for road travel
Pos : 32.8 /BA/F ahren und Tr ansport/Sc hwader /Pr üfen Sie vor der Straß enfahrt, das s Swadro 710 T @ 135\mod_1351665823458_78.doc x @ 1201966 @ @ 1
Before road travel, make certain
• the machine is fully and correctly hitched.
• the PTO shaft is switched off and the rotors have come to a standstill.
• the rear swath cloth is completely retracted.
• the stop cocks are closed.
• the front swath cloth is moved into the transport support at the back on the machine and
secured there.
• the rear rotor is swivelled centrally to the front rotor.
• the rotors have gone all the way up.
• all hydraulic control units are in neutral position.
• the lighting system is functioning.
Pos : 32.9 /BA/Bedi enung /Sc hwader/F ahr en i m H ang ber eich _Schwader @ 306\mod_1416229335569_78.doc x @ 2379826 @ 2 @ 1
9.2
Driving on Slopes
WARNING!
Travelling on an incline
As long as the machine is used transverse to slope and the outrigger arms are folded in or
folded down, the machine may tilt. Thus there is a risk of serious injuries or death.
• Never move the outrigger arms from working position to transport position or from transport
position to working position as long as the machine is positioned across an incline.
KS102325
Fig. 23
Pos : 32.10 /BA/Bedienung /Sc hwader/Fahrges chwi ndig keit und Antriebsdr ehzahl @ 2\mod_1202743688330_78.doc x @ 60967 @ 2 @ 1
9.3
Travelling speed und drive speed
The travelling speed and drive speed while swathing depend on:
• forage quantity
• ground
• degree of dryness
Use these as rough guidelines:
• PTO speed approx. 450 rpm
• Travelling speed approx. 8 - 10 km/h
Drive speed and travel speed must be adapted to each individual operation.
Pos : 32.11 /Layout Module /---------------Seitenumbr uch---------------- @ 0\mod_1196175311226_0.doc x @ 4165 @ @ 1
55
Driving and Transport
Pos : 32.12 /Ü bersc hriften/Ü berschriften 2/K-O/M /Masc hi ne abstellen @ 196\mod_1384184875882_78.doc x @ 1661525 @ 2 @ 1
9.4
Switching off the machine
Pos : 32.13 /BA/Sic herheit/2. Voranges tellte Warnhinweise /War nung - M asc hine sic her abstellen ohne Tr aktor_U nterleg keil e @ 278\mod_1404972644211_78.doc x @ 2083305 @ @ 1
WARNING!
Risk of injury due to the unsecured machine rolling away!
If the machine is not secured against rolling away when it has been switched off, there is a risk
of people being injured by the machine rolling away in an uncontrolled manner.
• Secure the machine against rolling away with wheel chocks.
Pos : 32.14 /BA/Bedienung /Sc hwader/Abbau/Abbau vom Trakto SW 710T @ 7\mod_1215517141636_78.doc x @ 103138 @ @ 1
Fig. 24
Choose a level, dry and adequately stable surface.
Front parking jack
• When lowering the machine, fold down the parking jack (1).
• Pull bolt (2) out of position I
• Fold down the parking jack (1).
• Insert bolt (2) in position II
• Lower the lower suspension arms until the machine is standing on the parking jack.
• Switch off the tractor engine, remove the ignition key, and secure the tractor from rolling
away.
• Secure the machine against rolling away by means of wheel chocks (8).
• Disconnect the PTO shaft (3) and place it onto the support (4) provided.
• Disconnect the hydraulic hoses (5) and place them in the support provided for that purpose.
• Disconnect the connection of the lighting cable (6) between the tractor and swather and
place it in the retainers provided for that purpose.
• Uncouple the machine from the tractor.
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56
Settings
Pos : 35.1 /Übersc hriften/Übersc hriften 1/A-E/Ei nstellungen @ 0\mod_1199868783862_78.doc x @ 36141 @ 1 @ 1
10
Settings
Pos : 35.2 /BA/Sicher heit/2. Vor angestellte Warnhi nweis e/WARNUNG - Nichtbeachtung der grundl egenden Sicherheits hinweis e alte F orm @ 254 \mod_1397485793575_78.doc x @ 1953347 @ @ 1
WARNING!
If the basic safety instructions are not followed, people may be seriously injured or
killed.
• To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions in the chapter Safety must have been
read and followed, see chapter Safety "Basic safety instructions".
Pos : 35.3 /BA/Sicher heit/2. Vor angestellte Warnhi nweis e/WARNUNG - Nichtbeachtung der Sicherheitsr outinen al te For m @ 273\mod_1404117435996_78.doc x @ 2058712 @ @ 1
WARNING!
If the safety routines are not adhered to, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• To avoid accidents, the safety routines in the chapter Safety must be read and followed,
see chapter Safety "Safety routines".
Pos : 35.4 /BA/Sicher heit/7. Gefahrenhi nweis e alt/Wender/Gefahr - Verletzung Aug en KWT 2000 @ 105\mod_1332839720321_78.doc x @ 948523 @ @ 1
WARNING! - Working in the area of the rotor tines!
Injuries to eyes due to rotors tines.
• Wear protective goggles when working in the vicinity of the rotor tines.
Pos : 35.5.1 /Übersc hriften/Übersc hriften 2/K-O/KKreis elfahr wer k eins tell en @ 2\mod_1202882031680_78.doc x @ 62105 @ 2 @ 1
10.1
To adjust the rotor running gear
Pos : 35.5.2 /BA/Eins tell ung en/Sc hwader/Kreis elfahr wer k/Kr eiselfahr wer ks Quer neig ung SW 710 T @ 2\mod_1202743103095_78.doc x @ 60929 @ @ 1
3
4
SW46T 016
Fig. 25
To ensure that the tines are always adjusted optimally to the ground, the rotor can also be
inclined transversely to the chassis.
• Switch off the engine, remove the ignition key, and secure the tractor and machine from
rolling away.
• Using the setting screw (3), adjust the desired angle of inclination on the running gear.
• Insert the setting screw back into the lock (4).
Pos : 35.5.3 /BA/Eins tell ung en/Sc hwader/Kreis elfahr wer k/Hinweis s chweres Futter - F ahr wer k rechts möglichst ni edrig ei nstellen @ 7\mod_1215580882876_78.doc x @ 103821 @ @ 1
Note
If the forage is heavy, adjust the right running gear as low as possible!
Pos : 35.6 /Layout M odul e /---------------Seitenumbruc h---------------- @ 0\mod_1196175311226_0.doc x @ 4165 @ @ 1
57
Settings
Pos : 35.7.1 /Übersc hriften/Übersc hriften 2/A-E/EEins tell bar e Dr oss eln @ 0\mod_1197295892260_78.doc x @ 17199 @ 2 @ 1
10.2
Adjustable throttles
Pos : 35.7.2 /BA/Eins tell ung en/Dross el/Dr oss eln einstellen allgemei ner T ext SW 710T @ 7 \mod_1215523136448_78.doc x @ 103317 @ @ 1
You can use the adjustable throttles to adjust the lowering and raising speeds on the machine.
The throttles have been adjusted in the factory so that both rotors are lifted simultaneously and
horizontally in transport position or forward position. The throttles can be used to make a
readjustment to allow for different types of tractors and oil pressures.
Pos : 35.7.3 /BA/Eins tell ung en/Dross el/Hi nweis Ei nstellung an den Dross eln (Aus wir kung) @ 7\mod_1215525223776_78.doc x @ 103417 @ @ 1
Note
Adjustment on the throttles
Even the smallest adjustments to the stud bolts or throttle setting screws may significantly
change the lifting and lowering speed.
Pos : 35.7.4 /BA/Eins tell ung en/Dross el/Hi nweis Sec hs kantmutter/Imbuss chr aube konter n @ 7 \mod_1215525389308_78.doc x @ 103437 @ @ 1
Note
Adjustment on the throttles
After an adjustment has been made to the throttles, lock the hexagonal nuts and Allen head
screw. Then test functionality.
Pos : 35.7.5 /BA/Eins tell ung en/Dross el/Dr oss el Bil d 1,2 SW 710 T @ 86 \mod_1319794892962_78.doc x @ 740492 @ @ 1
Fig. 26
Pos : 35.7.6 /BA/Eins tell ung en/Dross el/Dr oss el (1) @ 7\mod_1215523438526_78.doc x @ 103337 @ @ 1
Throttle (1)
Lifting or lowering speed of the offset drawbar.
• Unscrew the hexagonal nut (a).
• Screw stud screw (b) in or out (screwing it in reduces the flow of oil and thus slows down
the speed at which the offset drawbar is lifted or lowered).
Pos : 35.7.7 /BA/Eins tell ung en/Dross el/Dr oss el (2) vorderer Kr eisel @ 7\mod_1215523502964_78.doc x @ 103357 @ @ 1
Throttle (2)
Lowering speed of the front rotor.
• Loosen hexagonal socket head screw (c).
• Screw stud screw (d) in or out (unscrewing it increases the flow of oil and thus increases the
speed at which the front rotor is lowered.)
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58
Settings
Pos : 35.7.9 /BA/Eins tell ung en/Dross el/Dr oss el Bil d 3,4 @ 86\mod_1319795546271_78.doc x @ 740550 @ @ 1
Fig. 27
Pos : 35.7.10 /BA/Ei nstellungen/Dr oss el/Dros sel ( 3) hi nterer Kreis el @ 7\mod_1215523600901_78.doc x @ 103377 @ @ 1
Throttle (3)
Lowering speed of the rear rotor.
• Loosen hexagonal socket head screw (c).
• Screw stud screw (d) in or out (unscrewing it increases the flow of oil and thus increases the
speed at which the rear rotor is lowered.)
Pos : 35.7.11 /BA/Ei nstellungen/Dr oss el/Dros sel ( 4) @ 7 \mod_1215523664620_78.doc x @ 103397 @ @ 1
Throttle 4
The hydraulic cylinder (5) is responsible for ensuring the rear rotor remains in its horizontal
position while it is being lifted.
• Loosen hexagonal socket head screw (c).
• Screw stud screw (d) in or out (unscrewing it increases the flow of oil and thus increases the
speed at which the frame elements are lifted and lowered).
Pos : 35.8 /Layout M odul e /---------------Seitenumbruc h---------------- @ 0\mod_1196175311226_0.doc x @ 4165 @ @ 1
59
Settings
Pos : 35.9 /BA/Eins tell ung en/Sc hwader/Eins tell ung der Folges chaltung SW 710 T @ 7\mod_1215526229355_78.doc x @ 103586 @ 2 @ 1
10.3
Adjustment of the sequential switching
SW710045
Fig. 28
The valve (1) actuates the chronology for lifting the front rotor with respect to the rear rotor to
the headland position. The rope length (2) on the valve (1) specifies the time lag. The rope
length has been set at the factory to a = 300 mm.
Increase dimension a = rear rotor is raised later
Reduce dimension a = rear rotor is raised earlier
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60
Maintenance
Pos : 37.1 /Übersc hriften/Übersc hriften 1/U-Z/Wartung @ 0\mod_1199883581050_78.doc x @ 36685 @ 1 @ 1
11
Maintenance
Pos : 37.2 /BA/Sicher heit/2. Vor angestellte Warnhi nweis e/WARNUNG - Nichtbeachtung der grundl egenden Sicherheits hinweis e alte F orm @ 254 \mod_1397485793575_78.doc x @ 1953347 @ @ 1
WARNING!
If the basic safety instructions are not followed, people may be seriously injured or
killed.
• To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions in the chapter Safety must have been
read and followed, see chapter Safety "Basic safety instructions".
Pos : 37.3 /BA/Sicher heit/2. Vor angestellte Warnhi nweis e/WARNUNG - Nichtbeachtung der Sicherheitsr outinen al te For m @ 273\mod_1404117435996_78.doc x @ 2058712 @ @ 1
WARNING!
If the safety routines are not adhered to, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• To avoid accidents, the safety routines in the chapter Safety must be read and followed,
see chapter Safety "Safety routines".
Pos : 37.4 /Übersc hriften/Übersc hriften 2/A-E/E/Ers atz teil e @ 0\mod_1196782991234_78.doc x @ 14927 @ 2 @ 1
11.1
Spare Parts
Pos : 37.5 /BA/Sicher heit/7. Gefahrenhi nweis e alt/Mähwer ke/WARNUNG - Ver wendung von nic ht zug elass enen Ersatzteilen @ 308\mod_1417011577394_78.doc x @ 2392925 @ @ 1
Warning! - Using non-approved spare parts.
Effect: Danger to life, serious injuries or loss of warranty claims as well as exclusion of liability
• Use only authentic KRONE spare parts and accessories authorised by the manufacturer.
The use of spare parts, accessories or additional equipment not manufactured, tested or
approved by KRONE will exclude any liability for consequential damage.
Pos : 37.6 /BA/Wartung/Hi nweis Versc hleiß verringer n @ 0\mod_1199953505303_78.doc x @ 37204 @ @ 1
Note
To ensure problem-free operation of the machine and to reduce wear and tear, specific
maintenance and upkeep intervals must be observed. These include cleaning, greasing,
lubricating and oiling parts and components.
Pos : 37.7 /Layout M odul e /---------------Seitenumbruc h---------------- @ 0\mod_1196175311226_0.doc x @ 4165 @ @ 1
61
Maintenance
Pos : 37.8 /Übersc hriften/Übersc hriften 2/U-Z/W/War tungstabelle @ 65\mod_1300369413064_78.doc x @ 583966 @ 2 @ 1
11.2
Maintenance table
Pos : 37.9 /BA/Wartung/Schwader Wartungstabelle - Swadro 710/26 T @ 378\mod_1443427837219_78.doc x @ 2737725 @ @ 1
Rotor gearbox
Maintenance-free (permanently lubricated with grease)
Slewing gear top and bottom
Oil level check
X
Oil change
X
X
Tyres
Visually check tyres for cuts and breaks
X
Check tyre pressure
X
Wheel nuts
X
Crown nut chassis
X
X
X
X
X
Tightening screws / nuts
All screws
X
X
X
X
Screws on the tines
Visual inspection
Pos : 37.10 /Layout Module /---------------Seitenumbr uch---------------- @ 0\mod_1196175311226_0.doc x @ 4165 @ @ 1
62
X
Before each use
After 1000 ha
Every 50 hours
Maintenance interval
Once
after 10 hours
Before the beginning of the
season
Every 100 hours but at least
once a year
Once
after 50 hours
Maintenance work
Maintenance
Pos : 37.11.1 /Ü berschriften/Ü berschriften 2/A-E/AAnzi ehdrehmomente @ 202\mod_1385711894606_78.doc x @ 1693123 @ 2 @ 1
11.3
Tightening torques
Pos : 37.11.2 /Ü berschriften/Ü berschriften 3/K-O/MM etrisc he Gewindesc hrauben mit R egelgewi nde @ 322\mod_1424945442462_78.doc x @ 2483466 @ 3 @ 1
11.3.1
Metric Thread Screws with Control Thread
Pos : 37.11.3 /BA/Wartung/Drehmomente / Anziehdrehmomente/Anzieh drehmomente Metrische Gewi ndes chr auben mi t R egelgewinde T abelle @ 321 \mod_1424760222607_78.doc x @ 2477725 @ @ 1
NOTICE
The table does not apply to countersunk screws with hexagonal socket in case the countersunk
screw is tightened via hexagonal socket.
A = thread size
(stability class can be seen on screw
head)
Tightening torque in Nm (unless
otherwise stated)
Stability class
A
5.6
8.8
10.9
12.9
Tightening torque (Nm)
M4
3.0
4.4
5.1
M5
5.9
8.7
10
M6
10
15
18
M8
25
36
43
M10
29
49
72
84
M12
42
85
125
145
M14
135
200
235
M16
210
310
365
M20
425
610
710
M22
571
832
972
M24
730
1050
1220
M27
1100
1550
1800
M30
1450
2100
2450
Pos : 37.11.4 /Layout Module /---------------Seitenumbr uch---------------- @ 0\mod_1196175311226_0.doc x @ 4165 @ @ 1
63
Maintenance
Pos : 37.11.5 /Ü berschriften/Ü berschriften 3/K-O/MM etrisc he Gewindesc hrauben mit F eing ewinde @ 322\mod_1424945855944_78.doc x @ 2484627 @ 3 @ 1
11.3.2
Metric Thread Screws with Fine Thread
Pos : 37.11.6 /BA/Wartung/Drehmomente / Anziehdrehmomente/Anziehdrehmomente Metrische Gewi ndes chr auben mi t F eingewi nde Tabell e @ 321\mod_1424845229172_78.doc x @ 2480186 @ @ 1
A = thread size
(stability class can be seen on screw head)
Tightening torque in Nm (unless
otherwise stated)
Stability class
A
5.6
8.8
10.9
12.9
Tightening torque (Nm)
M12 x
1.5:
88
130
152
M14 x 1.5
145
213
249
M16 x 1.5
222
327
382
M18 x 1.5
368
525
614
M20 x 1.5
465
662
775
M24 x 2
787
1121
1312
M27 x 2
1148
1635
1914
M30 x 1.5
800
2100
2650
Pos : 37.11.7 /Ü berschriften/Ü berschriften 3/K-O/MM etrisc he Gewindesc hrauben mit Senkkopf und Innensec hs kant @ 323\mod_1424945970760_78.doc x @ 2484818 @ 3 @ 1
11.3.3
Metric Thread Screws with Countersunk Head and Hexagonal Socket
Pos : 37.11.8 /BA/Wartung/Drehmomente / Anziehdrehmomente/Anziehdrehmomente Metrische Gewi ndes chr auben mi t Senkkopf und Innens ec hs kant T abelle @ 321\mod_1424843938347_78.doc x @ 2480155 @ @ 1
NOTICE
The table applies only to countersunk screws with hexagonal socket and metric thread which
are tightened via hexagonal socket.
A = thread size
(stability class can be seen on screw head)
Tightening torque in Nm (unless
otherwise stated)
Stability class
A
5.6
8.8
10.9
12.9
Tightening torque (Nm)
Pos : 37.12 /Layout Module /---------------Seitenumbr uch---------------- @ 0\mod_1196175311226_0.doc x @ 4165 @ @ 1
64
M4
2.5
3.5
4.1
M5
4.7
7
8
M6
8
12
15
M8
20
29
35
M10
23
39
58
67
M12
34
68
100
116
M14
108
160
188
M16
168
248
292
M20
340
488
568
A
BM 400 0234
Maintenance
Pos : 37.13.1 /Ü berschriften/Ü berschriften 2/P-T/RR eifen @ 0\mod_1197357995667_78.doc x @ 18075 @ 2 @ 1
11.4
Tyres
Pos : 37.13.2 /BA/Sic herheit/7. Gefahr enhinweis e alt/Warnung - F alsc he Rei fenmontage @ 0\mod_1197358162433_78.doc x @ 18132 @ @ 1
Warning! - Tyre fitting incorrect
Effect: Injuries or damage to the machine
• Fitting tyres requires sufficient knowledge and the availability of proper tools!
• If tyres are not correctly fitted, it could explode when pumped up. This can cause serious
injury. If you do not have sufficient experience of fitting tyres, have tyres fitted by the
KRONE dealer or a qualified tyre specialist.
• When fitting tyres on the wheel rims, the maximum pressure given by the tyre manufacturer
must not be exceeded. The tyre or even the wheel rim could explode and/or burst.
• If the tyre heels do not fit properly when the maximum permitted pressure is reached, let
out the air, align tyres, lubricate the tyre heels and pump up the tyre again.
• Detailed information about how to fit tyres onto agricultural machinery can be obtained from
the tyre manufacturers.
Pos : 37.13.3 /Ü berschriften/Ü berschriften 3/P-T/RR eifen prüfen und pfl egen @ 0\mod_1197358037214_78.doc x @ 18094 @ 3 @ 1
11.4.1
Checking and maintaining tyres
Pos : 37.13.4 /BA/Wartung/Reifen/R eihenfolg e Bil d 6-Loc h @ 4\mod_1213086131413_78.doc x @ 86197 @ @ 1
1
6
3
4
5
2
KS-0-034
Fig. 29
Pos : 37.13.5 /BA/Wartung/Reifen/R eifen pr üfen und pflegen nach Wartungstabelle @ 134\mod_1350480797454_78.doc x @ 1187905 @ @ 1
When loosening and tightening the wheel nuts, observe the order indicated in the illustration.
Check the wheel nuts: According to the maintenance table
Check the tyre air pressure: According to the maintenance table
Pos : 37.13.6 /BA/Wartung/Reifen/Anzi ehdr ehmoment @ 0\mod_1199955905460_78.doc x @ 37340 @ @ 1
Tightening Torque
Threading
Key size in
mm
Number of bolts
per hub - pieces
Max. tightening torque
black
galvan.
M12 x 1.5
19
4/5
95 Nm
95 Nm
M14 x 1.5
22
5
125 Nm
125 Nm
M18 x 1.5
24
6
290 Nm
320 Nm
M20 x 1.5
27
8
380 Nm
420 Nm
M20 x 1,5
30
8
380 Nm
420 Nm
M22 x 1.5
32
8/10
510 Nm
560 Nm
M22 x 2
32
10
460 Nm
505 Nm
Pos : 37.14 /Layout Module /---------------Seitenumbr uch---------------- @ 0\mod_1196175311226_0.doc x @ 4165 @ @ 1
65
Maintenance
Pos : 37.15.1 /Ü berschriften/Ü berschriften 2/A-E/AAus tausc h der Zinkenar me (im Reparaturfall) @ 36\mod_1262854646297_78.doc x @ 338320 @ 2 @ 1
11.5
Replacing the tine arms (in case of repair)
Pos : 37.15.2 /BA/Wartung/Sc hwader/Zi nken / Zi nkenarme/Austaus ch der Zinkenarme (i m R eparaturfall) Bil d auß er Swadro TS 800_TC 1000 @ 224 \mod_1392272631028_78.doc x @ 1814375 @ @ 1
1
2
3
6
Fig. 30
Pos : 37.15.3 /Layout Module /---------------Seitenumbr uch---------------- @ 0\mod_1196175311226_0.doc x @ 4165 @ @ 1
66
SW700041_1
Maintenance
Pos : 37.15.4 /BA/Wartung/Sc hwader/Zi nken / Zi nkenarme/Kleben der Zi nkenarme @ 3\mod_1204276891493_78.doc x @ 70234 @ @ 1
In case of repairs, the tine arms can be removed and replaced individually.
• Unscrew the screws (1) of the tine arm
• Loosen the bolts (2) on the nearby tine arms
• Remove the tine arm (3) and replace the faulty components
Note
The tine arms (3) are glued together with the control arm shafts (4). To be able to loosen the
components from each other, the connecting point must be heated up (to about 300 degrees).
•
•
•
•
When a new tine arm (3) /control arm shaft (4) is installed, these two parts must be glued to
each other before installation with high-strength adhesive.
Apply glue (high-strength) (Part No. 939 042 0) on the front of the control arm shaft (4).
Mount the tine arm (3) and secure with clamping sleeves (5).
While installing the tine arm, make certain that the cam follower roller is inserted into the
running track of the cam track.
Note
The cam follower roller is securely inserted into the running track when barely any play can be
observed in the motion of the tine arm.
•
Tighten all bolts to the required torque (105 Nm).
Caution!
Turn the rotor once around 360 degrees manually. The rotor must move easily. If it does not,
the tine arms are not installed correctly. The error must be eliminated so that the rotor can turn
easily.
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11.6
Replacing the tines (in case of repairs)
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I
3
2
4
5
1
6
8
I
I
II
3
4
7
II
10
5
2
1
SWN1400036_3
6
8
7
9
Fig. 31
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1
Tines
2
Tine arm
3
Locknut M12
4
Base
5
Tine holder
6
Disc 13 x 35 x 5
7
Detent edged washer SKB 12
8
Hexagon head screw M12 x 85 10.9
9
Hexagon head screw M12 x 100 - 10.9
10
Deflection sheet
Adhesive (high-strength)
(order no. 938 627 0)
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•
•
To remove the broken tine, remove all tines in front of the broken tine.
Remove the broken tine.
Mounting new tine
• Insert tine holder into tine. In doing so, make sure that the tine holder is positioned
according to the figure.
• Slide tine with tine holder on tine arm.
• Guide hexagon head screw with detent edged washer and disc from below through tine
holder and tine arm.
• Apply adhesive (high-strength) on threading overhang of hexagon head screw.
• Mount support, locknut and deflection sheet, if necessary.
• Raise the tines at their end and tighten locknut with tightening torque = 95 Nm.
• Proceed with all tines as described above.
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3
4
5
6
7
Maintenance
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11.7
Deviating Tightening Torques M A (Nm)
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11.7.1
Testing the Screws on the Tines
1
Fig. 32
Testing the Screws on the Tines: According to the Maintenance Table
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When having released the screws,
• remove the nut.
• apply adhesive (high-strength) on the threading overhang of the screw.
• lift the tines on the tine end and tighten the nut to the torque specified below.
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Maintenance – lubrication
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12
Maintenance – lubrication
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WARNING!
If the basic safety instructions are not followed, people may be seriously injured or
killed.
• To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions in the chapter Safety must have been
read and followed, see chapter Safety "Basic safety instructions".
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WARNING!
If the safety routines are not adhered to, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• To avoid accidents, the safety routines in the chapter Safety must be read and followed,
see chapter Safety "Safety routines".
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•
Shut down and safeguard the machine, see chapter Safety -> Safety routines, "Shutting
down and safeguarding the machine".
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12.1
Lubricating Universal Shaft
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Fig. 33
Lubricate the PTO shafts at the intervals indicated in the drawing with a multi-purpose grease.
Follow the operating instructions of the PTO shaft manufacturer.
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Maintenance – lubrication
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12.2
Lubrication Chart
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Note
To make the illustration easier to read, the greasing points have only been shown on one side
of the machine. The greasing same points are present on the other side of the machine (mirrorimage).
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Maintenance – lubrication
20h
20h
20h
20h
20h
20h
20h
20h
20h
20h
20h
20h
20h
20h
20h
20h
20h
20h
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SW710007_2
Fig. 34
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Maintenance - hydraulic system
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13
Maintenance - hydraulic system
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WARNING!
If the basic safety instructions are not followed, people may be seriously injured or
killed.
• To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions in the chapter Safety must have been
read and followed, see chapter Safety "Basic safety instructions".
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WARNING!
If the safety routines are not adhered to, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• To avoid accidents, the safety routines in the chapter Safety must be read and followed,
see chapter Safety "Safety routines".
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WARNING! – Hydraulic hose lines are subject to ageing
Effect: Danger to life or serious injuries
The characteristics of the lines change depending on pressure, heat load and the effect of UV
rays.
The date of manufacture appears on the hydraulic hoses. This way the age can be ascertained
quickly.
By law the hydraulic lines must be replaced after six years.
Use original spare parts when replacing hydraulic hoses!
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Maintenance - Gearbox
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14
Maintenance - Gearbox
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WARNING!
If the basic safety instructions are not followed, people may be seriously injured or
killed.
• To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions in the chapter Safety must have been
read and followed, see chapter Safety "Basic safety instructions".
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WARNING!
If the safety routines are not adhered to, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• To avoid accidents, the safety routines in the chapter Safety must be read and followed,
see chapter Safety "Safety routines".
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Interval for oil level check and oil change: refer to chapter Maintenance “Maintenance Table”
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Oil quality / quantity: see "Consumables" in the Description of the machine section.
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Used oil disposal: see chapter Safety "Consumables"
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Prerequisite:
– The machine is in the working position, see "Moving the machine into the working position"
in the Operation chapter.
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•
Shut down and safeguard the machine, see chapter Safety -> Safety routines, "Shutting
down and safeguarding the machine".
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14.1
Rotor gearbox / Rotor housing
1
2
SW710039
Fig. 35
The rotor gear (1) and rotor housing (2) are maintenance-free
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Maintenance - Gearbox
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14.2
Swivel Gear
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Fig. 36
The swivel gear consists of an upper (1) and lower (2) gearbox.
upper (1) part of the swivel gear
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Oil level check:
• For time intervals, see Chapter "Oil Level Check and Oil Change Intervals (Gearboxes)".
• Unscrew the inspection screw (1)
• Oil level up to bore hole (1)
• If necessary, top up the oil (SAE 90)
• Screw the check screw (1) back in.
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Oil change:
• For time intervals, see Chapter "Oil Level Check and Oil Change Intervals (Gearboxes)".
• Screw out the oil drain plug (2)
• Collect the used oil in a suitable drip pan
• Screw in the oil drain plug (2)
• Top up the oil (3) (oil level up to hole (1))
• Screw the inspection screw (1) and locking screw (3) back in.
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Oil quality / oil quantity: refer to chapter Technical Data “Consumables”
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Note
The used oil must be disposed of correctly
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Maintenance - Gearbox
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lower (2) part of the swivel gear
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Fig. 37
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Oil level check:
• For time intervals, see chapter entitled "Oil Level Check and Oil Change Intervals
(Gearboxes)".
• Remove guards 4 and 5.
• Unscrew the inspection screw (1)
• Oil level up to bore hole (1)
• If necessary, top up the oil (SAE 90)
• Screw the inspection screw (1) back in.
• Install guards 4 and 5.
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Oil change:
• For time intervals, see chapter entitled "Oil Level Check and Oil Change Intervals
(Gearboxes)".
• Remove guards 4 and 5.
• Screw out the oil drain plug (2)
• Collect the used oil in a suitable drip pan
• Screw in the oil drain plug (2)
• Top up the oil (3) (oil level up to hole (1))
• Screw the inspection screw (1) and locking screw (3) back in.
• Install guards 4 and 5.
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Oil quality / oil quantity: refer to chapter Technical Data “Consumables”
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Note
The used oil must be disposed of correctly
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Special equipment
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15
Special equipment
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WARNING!
If the basic safety instructions are not followed, people may be seriously injured or
killed.
• To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions in the chapter Safety must have been
read and followed, see chapter Safety "Basic safety instructions".
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WARNING!
If the safety routines are not adhered to, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• To avoid accidents, the safety routines in the chapter Safety must be read and followed,
see chapter Safety "Safety routines".
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15.1
Tine loss safeguard
3
5
4
1
2
KS-0-098
Figure 38
Mounting the tine loss safeguard
The tine loss safeguard for the double coil spring tines consists of:
• a cable
• two cable clamps
• two coach bolts, washers and lock nuts each
Secure the cable (1) with the cable clamps (2) onto the rotor tines (3).
Note
Thecable must be located behind the rotor tine in relation to the direction of rotation. The nuts
(4) of the cable clamps must face outwards.
Spare tine loss safeguards Order No. : 153 479 0
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Malfunctions - Causes and Remedies
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Malfunctions - Causes and Remedies
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WARNING!
If the basic safety instructions are not followed, people may be seriously injured or
killed.
• To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions in the chapter Safety must have been
read and followed, see chapter Safety "Basic safety instructions".
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WARNING!
If the safety routines are not adhered to, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• To avoid accidents, the safety routines in the chapter Safety must be read and followed,
see chapter Safety "Safety routines".
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Malfunctions - Causes and Remedies
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Malfunction
Possible cause
Remedy
Rotor not working neatly
Raking height set too high
Set raking height lower
The working speed is too high.
Reduce drive speed. Reference
values 8-10 km/h. In the case of
uneven terrain, high forage
quantities, drive slower if required.
Speed is too low
Increase the speed. Standard
value 450 rpm.
Side rotor inclination set
incorrectly.
Change side inclination setting
(see chapter on operation entitled
"Side inclination setting of rotor
running gear").
Tine arm(s) crooked
Replace tine arms
Raking height set too low
Set raking height higher
Tine arm(s) bent
Replace tine arms
Swath former set too far out.
Push swath former further in.
Speed is too low
Increase speed
One rotor goes down in headland
position, the other goes up.
Rotors are not raised up into
headland position.
Continue activating hydraulics
until the rotors have gone all the
way up.
The rotor is not raised parallel.
Throttle adjusted incorrectly.
Adjust throttle (see chapter
entitled "Adjustable Throttles").
The rear rotor tilts down in the
front area while in the headland
position.
Control unit on the tractor is not in
the "Raise" position
Lift rotor all the way and leave the
single-action control unit in the
"Raise" position for as long as the
machine is used in the headland
position.
Throttle adjusted incorrectly.
Adjust throttle (see chapter
entitled "Adjustable Throttles").
High level of forage contamination
Swath width too large
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Placing in Storage
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17
Placing in Storage
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WARNING!
If the basic safety instructions are not followed, people may be seriously injured or
killed.
• To avoid accidents, the basic safety instructions in the chapter Safety must have been
read and followed, see chapter Safety "Basic safety instructions".
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WARNING!
If the safety routines are not adhered to, people may be seriously injured or killed.
• To avoid accidents, the safety routines in the chapter Safety must be read and followed,
see chapter Safety "Safety routines".
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At the End of the Harvest Season
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Before placing the machine in winter storage, clean the outside thoroughly. If you use a highpressure cleaner to do this Do not keep a stream of water directed at bearing points. After
cleaning is completed, lubricate all lubrication points. Do not wipe off any grease that comes out
of bearing points. The hardened grease will provide additional protection against moisture.
Check all movable components such as deflector rollers, joints, tension rollers, etc. to make
certain they move easily. If necessary remove, clean, grease and remount. If necessary,
replace with new parts.
Use only original KRONE replacement parts.
Disassemble the PTO shaft. Lubricate the inner tubes and the guard tube with grease. Grease
the lubrication points on the cross joint and grease the bearing rings of the guard tube.
Repair places with damaged paint and preserve all bare metal places thoroughly with rust
protection agent.
Park the machine in a dry location, but not in the vicinity of artificial fertilisers or livestock
buildings. Repair places with damaged paint and preserve all bare metal places thoroughly with
rust protection agent.
Caution!
The machine should only be placed on blocks with a suitable vehicle lifting device. Make
certain that the machine is stable and safe when it is on blocks.
To provide relief for the tyres, set the machine on blocks. Protect the tyres against external
influences such as oil, grease, direct sunlight , etc.
Perform the necessary repair tasks during the time immediately after the harvest season. Draw
up a list of all replacement parts you will need. This will make it easier for your KRONE dealer to
process your orders and you will be certain that your machine will be ready for use at the
beginning of the next season.
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Placing in Storage
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Before the Start of the New Season
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WARNING! - When performing repair, maintenance or cleaning work on the machine, or
in the case of technical intervention, drive elements may start moving.
Effect: Danger to life, injuries or damage to the machine.
• Switch off engine, remove the ignition key and carry it with you.
• Secure machine and tractor against rolling.
• Turn off PTO shaft.
• After the repair, maintenance, cleaning work or technical modifications are completed,
mount all protective covers and safety devices properly again.
• Avoid skin contact with oils, greases, cleaning agents and solvents.
• In the event of injuries or burns due to oils, cleaning agents or solvents, contact a physician
immediately.
• All other safety instructions must also be followed to avoid injuries and accidents.
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Lubricate the machine thoroughly. Remove any condensation water which may have
collected in the bearings.
Check oil level in the gearbox(es) and top up if necessary.
Check hydraulic hoses and lines for leaks and replace them where necessary.
Check the air pressure in the tyres and refill if necessary.
Check all screws to make certain they are tight or retighten them if necessary.
Check all electrical connection cables and the lighting. Repair or replace it if necessary.
Check all settings on the machine and correct if necessary.
Re-read the operating instructions thoroughly.
Note
Use vegetable oils and greases.
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Disposal of the machine
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Disposal of the machine
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Disposal of the machine
After the service life of the machine has expired, the individual components of the machine must
be disposed of properly. The applicable country-specific, current waste disposal guidelines and
the legal laws must be observed.
Metal parts
All metal parts must be brought to a metal recycling centre.
The components must be freed from operating fluids and lubricants (gear oil, oil from hydraulic
system, ...) before being scrapped.
The operating fluids and lubricants must be brought separately to an environmentally friendly
disposal point or recycling centre.
Operating fluids and lubricants
Operating fluids and lubricants (diesel fuel, coolant, gear oil, oil from hydraulic system, ...) must
be brought to a disposal point for waste oil.
Synthetic materials
All synthetic materials must be brought to a recycling centre for synthetic materials.
Rubber
Rubber parts (hoses, tyres, …) must be brought to a rubber recycling centre.
Electronic scrap
Electronic parts must be brought to a disposal point for electronic scrap.
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Index
A
L
Additional equipment and spare parts ................13
Adjustable throttles .............................................58
At the End of the Harvest Season ......................81
Attaching Safety Labels and Information Labels 26
Lubricating Universal Shaft ................................ 71
Lubrication Chart ................................................ 72
B
Basic safety instructions .....................................11
Before the Start of the New Season ...................82
Behaviour in hazardous situations and when
accidents occur ...............................................22
C
Checking and maintaining tyres .........................65
Children in danger ..............................................12
Commissioning ...................................................35
Connect the machine to the tractor ..............36, 38
Connecting the hydraulic lines ............................39
Consumables ................................................19, 34
Contact................................................................26
D
Danger zones .....................................................15
Dangers associated with certain activities
Work on the machine ......................................21
Working on wheels and tyres ..........................22
Direction Information ............................................. 7
Directories and References .................................. 6
Disposal of the machine ..................................83
Driving and Transport .........................................54
Driving on Slopes ................................................55
M
Machine overview .............................................. 28
Maintenance ...................................................... 61
Maintenance - hydraulic system ........................ 74
Maintenance - lubrication ................................... 71
Maintenance table.............................................. 62
Malfunctions - Causes and Remedies ............... 79
Means of representation ...................................... 7
Notes with information and recommendations . 9
Warning signs ................................................... 9
Means of Representation
Figures ............................................................. 7
Metric Thread Screws with Control Thread ....... 63
Metric Thread Screws with Countersunk Head
and Hexagonal Socket ................................... 64
Metric Thread Screws with Fine Thread ............ 64
O
Operation ........................................................... 45
Operational safety: Technically perfect condition
....................................................................... 13
Overload protection............................................ 31
P
First installation ...................................................35
From transport into working position ..................46
Further applicable documents .............................. 6
Parking the machine safely ................................ 19
Personal protective equipment .......................... 17
Personnel qualification ....................................... 12
Placing in Storage .............................................. 81
Position and meaning of the safety stickers on the
machine ......................................................... 24
Preparations for road travel ............................... 55
PTO shaft ........................................................... 37
H
R
Headland Position ...............................................51
How to use this document .................................... 6
Re-Ordering Safety Labels and Information Labels
....................................................................... 26
Re-Ordering this Document ................................. 6
Replacing the tine arms(in case of repair) ......... 66
Replacing the tines (in case of repairs) ............. 68
F
I
Identification Plate ..............................................30
Importance of the operating instructions ............11
Information Required for Questions and Orders 30
Install the PTO shaft ...........................................41
Intended use .......................................................10
K
Keeping safety devices functional ......................17
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S
Safety ................................................................. 10
Safety routines ................................................... 23
Safety signs on the machine .............................. 18
Safety stickers on the machine .......................... 24
Scope of Document ............................................. 7
Service life of the machine ..............................10
Settings ...............................................................57
Sources of danger on the machine .....................20
Spare Parts .........................................................61
Special equipment ..............................................78
Start-up ...............................................................38
Stopping and securing the machine ...................23
Structural changes to the machine .....................12
Supporting lifted machine and machine parts
securely...........................................................23
Swath former ......................................................48
Switching from working position to transport
position............................................................52
Switching off the machine ...................................56
Swivel Gear ........................................................76
Swivel parking jack into transport position..........44
T
Target group of this document ............................. 6
Technical Data ................................................... 32
Term ..................................................................... 7
Tightening torques ............................................. 63
Tine loss safeguard ............................................ 78
To adjust the rotor running gear ........................ 57
Traffic safety ...................................................... 18
Tyres ............................................................ 34, 65
U
Using the safety chain........................................ 42
W
Workstations and passengers ........................... 13
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Maschinenfabrik
Bernard Krone GmbH & Co. KG
Heinrich-Krone-Straße 10, D-48480 Spelle
Postfach 11 63, D-48478 Spelle
Phone +49 (0) 59 77/935-0
Fax
+49 (0) 59 77/935-339
Internet: http://www.krone.de
eMail: info.ldm@krone.de
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