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* DESCRIPTION
OPERATING
MAINTENANCE
OPERATORS MANUAL
CC 21
VIBRATORY ROLLERS
Huvudsta Offset AB. Solna. 82.06.1300.
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
VIBRATING ROLLER CC 21
Up-dated from Serial No. 489 18 57 F4L 912 Deutz Diesel Engine
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Technical particulars ............, 2 Vibration system ......00.000000000 LO
Design ...oreroooreocorseccadeocane À Steering system ..e.oreoncarercoooo 11
Diesel engine ...eoreocococerooceoa 5 Hydraulic circuit diagram ........ 12
Drum and vibratory shaft ......... 6 Scrapers, mats, sprinklers ....... 13
Drive system ..eococsonorcaocarcorere 8 Wiring diagramM ......0.00000000000 14,15
GENERAL | The DYNAPAC CC 21 vibrating roller is primarily de-
signed for compacting asphalt but is also suitable
for the compaction of base courses and fill,
Wide drums and a high working speed make this roller
particularly suitable for work on streets and roads.
The roller is extremely easy to manoeuvre and it
can also be used to advantage on car parks and
industrial yards on minor jobs, such as pavements
and cycle paths, where space is restricted.
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TECHNICAL PARTICULARS...
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140011520 60 |2195| 255/2925
1) without rotating beacon
Working weight (incl. driver +
50% water + 50% fuel) kg 6500
Service weight (without driver,
water or fuel) kg 6000
Working weight per cm drum width
(static linear load)
- Front drum kg/cm 22.9
- Rear drum kg/cm 24,3
Drum width, front and rear mm 1400
Thickness of drum casing (turned) mm 16
Vibration frequency, front and vibr/ 2450-
rear drums min 3000
Amplitude front and rear drums mm 0.45/0.7
Speed in both directions km/h 0-9.6
Turning radius (inner) m 3.4
Turning radius (outer) m 5.5
Maximum gradient* (without vibr.) 7 36
Maximum lateral inclination**
(without cab) 20°
Towing, see Driving instructions
*) Without rolling friction
**) Applies to a stationary roller pointing straight
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F4L 912 Deutz diesel engine
Drive system
Vibrating and steering systems
Oil and fluid capacities
* Depending on the make (see
the Maintenance instruc-
tions)
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‘Number of cylinders
Cylinder capacity -
Direction of rotation
(facing flywheel)
Operating speed
Idling speed
Output at 2500 rev/min
Fuel
Fuel consumption
cm 3768
anti-clockwise
r/min 2300
r/min 600+50
kW 51(70hp)
Diesel
1/h ~ 7-9
Lubricating oil, see Maintenance
instructions
Lubricating oil consumption
Engine weight
Electrical system
Alternator
Battery
Air cleaner
Variable displacement pump
By-pass pressure (max)
Suction filter with blocked
by-pass valve
Hydraulic motor
Triple pump
By-pass pressure (max)
Hydraulic motor (vibration)
Pilot valve
By-pass pressure (steering)
Shock pressure
0il cooler
Return filter in steering
system
Hydraulic oil tank
Drum
Engine crankcase
Fuel tank
Water tank
Drum gearbox, Renondin(alt.)
Renondin brake housing
Drum gearbox, Prometheus
(standard)
Pump drive gearbox*
1/h ~ 0.08-0.1
kg approx.
315
12 V
Bosch 14 V,
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170 Ah
Donaldson
FGHO8-0200
Sauer SPV 21
MPa 34 (350 kgf/cm?)
Gresen 10 p FS 251
Sauer OMF 21
Commercial P30
MPa 14 (140 kgf/cm?)
Commercial M15
Danfoss Orbitrol
OSPB 315
MPa 12 (120 kgf/cm?)
MPa 20 (200 kgf/cm?)
Deutz M1 F1 (F4L 912)
Gresen 10 h FS 251
litres 140
litres approx. 20
9.5
litres approx. 140
2x320
3.0
litres approx.
litres approx.
litres approx.
litres approx. 0.05
litres approx. 2.7
1.5-3.8
3
litres approx.
DESIGN
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Fig. 3 DYNAPAC CC 21 - Principal components
1 Water tank 12 Mat (inner mats available as
2 Cover - water tank accessories)
3 Air cleaner 13 Scraper (inner scrapers available
4 Diesel engine as accessories)
5 Pump drive gearbox 14 Front frame
6 Triple pump - vibration, steering 15 Front drum
7 Driver's seat 16 Hydraulic motor - vibration
8 Hydraulic pump - drive 17 Articulated joint
9 Control panel 18 Rear frame
10 Headlamp 19 Rear drum
11 Sprinkler 20 Rear light
The Dynapac CC 21 consists of a front frame and rear
frame connected by an articulated joint.
The roller features articulated steering, which is
accomplished by pivoting the two frame sections in
relation to one another, Steering is servo-assisted
and movement about the pivot point is achieved by
means of two double-acting hydraulic cylinders. The
two frame sections can also rotate about the longi-
tudinal axis of the roller, allowing the machine to
negotiate irregularities inthe ground.
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DIESEL ENGINE
The roller is fitted with an air-cooled four-stroke |
diesel engine that is used for propulsion and driv-
ing the triple pump for the vibration/steering sys-
tems. |
Roller drive is by hydrostatic transmission. The
engine drives a variable displacement hydraulic
pump which, in turn, drives two hydraulic motors.
These hydraulic motors each drive one drum via
drum gears, which reduce the speed of the. hydraulic
motors to a suitable level.
Drum vibration is achieved by means of eccentric
elements journalled in the sides of the drum. These
eccentric elements are so designed that vibration
can be carried out with either high or low ampli-
tude. The eccentric elements are driven by hydrau-
lic motors.
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Fig. 4 Engine installation and fuel system
1 Diesel engine 7 Pipe - return line
2 Fuel pump 8 Fuel tank
3 Engine mounted with 9 Drain plug
rubber damper 10 Fuel level transmitter
4 - Fuel line - suction 11 Fuel filler cap
line 12 Leakage oil line
5 Pipe - suction line 13 Injection pump
6 Surge baffle
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Fig. 5 V-belt monitor
Tensioning roller
Spring-loaded arm
Cam
Pin
Switch
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DRUM AND VIBRATING
SHAFT
The roller. is driven by an air-cooled, four-cylinder, ~~
four-stroke diesel engine. The engine is mounted in
the frame by means of vibration-absorbing rubber
dampers. 5 | | |
The engine cooling fan is driven from the crank-
shaft by a V-belt. A V-belt monitor is fitted to
prevent the engine overheating and sustaining damage
if the V-belt should break. This causes the horn to
sound if the V-belt breaks. a
For further information about the engine and its
design, refer to the engine manufacturer's
instruction manual,
Made of heavy-duty steel plate, the drum is mounted
in the frame on shock absorbers (1).. a.
The drum is driven on one side by a hydraulic motor,
through Renondin (3) or Prometheus (4) gear.
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Fig. 6 Drum
1 Rubber shock absorbers 6 Eccentric shaft
2 Driver 7 Eccentric weight
3 Drive unit - Renondin 8 Level plug
(alternative) 9 Frame bearing
4 Drive unit - Prometheus 10 Vibration motor
(standard) 11 Drumoil filler plug
5 Drum bearing
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Low amplitude High amplitude
Fig. 7a Fig. 7b
Vibration is generated by an eccentric shaft jour-
nalled in two self-aligning roller bearings (5).
The shaft is completely separated from the frame
bearings (9). |
Vibration is generated by fixed and moving weights
on the shaft. The weights "A" (Fig. 7) are free to
move and assume different positions in relation to
each other, depending on the direction in which the
shaft rotates, Changing the direction of rotation
“and consequently the amplitude is accomplished by
means of a control on the instrument panel. At high
amplitude (Fig. 7b) the weights act in unison, at
low amplitudes, on the other hand, the weights
assume positions which reduce the unbalance.
‚The drum is partially filled with oil via the plug
(11).
Vibration should not be engaged while the roller
is stationary as no Lubrication of the drum bear-
ings will then take place. Furthermore, the roller
may dig itself into the ground. |
To keep the drum free from adhesive material the
roller is fitted with adjustable scrapers, ribbed
rubber mats and a sprinkler system — see ''Scrapers,
mats, sprinklers'.
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DRIVE SYSTEM ~~
Main circuit
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Fig. 8 Drive system
1 Hydraulic oil tank 8 Feed pump
2 Hydraulic motors 9 Pressure line
3 Valve block | - main circuit
4 Suction filter 10 Pressure line
5 Leakage oil line | - main circuit
7 Variable displacement 11 By-pass valve
pump
The hydraulic system for driving the roller con-
sists of a suction filter (4), a variable displace-
ment pump (7), a valve block (3) and two hydraulic
motors (2).
The hydraulic motors are connected to a multi-disc
brake and drum gear - Renondin or Prometheus. See
also under the heading "Brake System".
The variable displacement pump is supplied with oil
under pressure from the feed pump (8) which draws
oil from the hydraulic oil tank (1) through the
suction filter (4).
The main circuit is a closed circuit in which the
oil circulates between the pump and motors. The amount
of oil pumped round is determined by the angle of the
swashplate in the pump, which also regulates the motor
speed. The angle of the swashplate is controlled by
the forward/reverse lever via a servo valve on the
pump. The direction of flow, and consequently the
direction of rotation of the motors, is controlled
by the angle of the swashplate, positive or negative
as the case may be,
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Feed pump circuit
BRAKE SYSTEM
The purpose of the feed pump (8) is to compensate:
for leakage oil losses and to maintain a minimum
pressure in the main circuit and brake circuit,
The feed pump also supplies the main pump servo
valve with oil for operating the swashplate.
Fig. 9 Braking system (automatic acting)
1 Multi-disc brake 3 Pressure switches
2 Brake line 4 Brake valve
The braking system consists of a multi-disc brake
(1) on each drum gear, The brakes are applied auto-
matically when the feed pressure in the brake circuit
drops below 0.75 MPa. The brake is also controlled
by means of a brake valve (4) which is connected to
the engine "ON-OFF" switch.
The brake valve is fitted with a pressure switch
for operating the brake warning lamp. A pressure
switch is also fitted as a safety switch for use
when the roller is parked, i.e. the engine is
switched off,
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VIBRATION SYSTEM: +"
Fig. 10 Vibration system
1 Vibration motor 5 Triple pump
2 Return line 6 0il cooler (mounted
3 Control valve on the engine)
4 Pressure line
The hydraulic system for vibration consists of a
vibration motor (1) on each drum, driven by the
triple pump (5) - one pump section for the front
drum and one for the rear drum - and of a hydraulic
oil cooler (6).
Oil is supplied to the vibration motors from the
hydraulic oil tank. Return oil from one of the vibra-
tion motors flows directly to the tank. Return oil
from the other vibration motor flows through the oil
cooler (6) where it is cooled before flowing to the
tank.
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STEERING SYSTEM
Fig. 11 Steering system
1 Pilot valve 4 Steering cylinders
2 Valve block 5 Triple pump
3 Filter
The hydraulic system for steering consists of one
section of the triple pump (5), pilot valve (1)
with valve block (2), filter (3) and steering
cylinders (4). |
The pump supplies oil to the pilot valve (1) which
apportions the right quantity of oil in relation to
the movement of the steering wheel. The oil pressure
actuates the steering cylinders (4) which turn the
frame in the desired direction.
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Fig. 12 Hydraulic circuit diagram
1 Diesel engine 11 Pressure measurement point
2 Hydraulic pump - drive ("MINIMESS") (Six points)
3 Suction filter 12 Pilot valve with valve
4 Pressure switch - brake ‚block
valve 13 Steering cylinders
5 Brake valve 14 Steering pump
6 Pressure switch - brake 15 Vibration motor
warning lamp 16 Control valve - vibration
7 Drum gear with brake with by-pass valves
(Renondin or Prometheus) 17 011 cooler
8 Drive motors 18 Hydraulic oil tank
9 Valve block - drive 19 Return filter
10 By-pass valve 20 Vibration pump
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SCRAPERS — MATS —
SPRINKLERS
Scrapers
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Fig. 13 Scrapers
1 Scraper
Mats
Fig. 14 Water-distribution
mats
1 Mat
2 Strap
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Water tank
Strainer
Solenoid valve
Sprinkler tube
Rubber mat
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Each drum has one scraper (1). Two additional
scrapers (available as accessories) may be fitted
“to each drum (in accordance with Fig. 13).
The purpose of the scrapers is to prevent material
from adhering to the drum.
These scrapers are made of hard rubber and are
adjustable.
Each drum has one mat (1). These rest on the drums
under their own weight. Two additional mats (avail-
able as accessories) may be fitted to each drum (in
accordance with Fig. 14).
The mats are made of ribbed rubber.
When driving on base courses, the mats should be
suspended by the straps (2).
The sprinkler system consists of a water tank (1)
with strainer (2), solenoid valve (3) and sprinkler
tube (4).
The flow of water to each drum is regulated by the
solenoid valve (3) which is controlled by a toggle
switch and timer on the control console. See also
"Driving instructions".
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Brake valve
Pressure switch, brake
Pressure switch, brake
Fuel level transmitter
V-belt monitor
Brake switch
Pressure transmitter
Fig. 16 Wiring diagram
valve 9
warning lamp 10
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Battery
Temperature transmitter
Charging regulator
Alternator
Starter motor
Sprinkler valves
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20
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22
Oil pressure warning lamp
Extra socket
0il temperature gauge
Fuel gauge
Ammeter
Brake warning lamp
Battery charging lamp
Starter switch
Vibration switch
Fig. 16 Wiring diagram
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Lighting switch
Amplitude switch
Horn (only one horn on
certain rollers)
Sprinkler switch
Timer
Horn relay
Vibration valves
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Preparations before starting ... 2 Parking ....ereo. TE Cee 9
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Driving ...o eerodoroccrererera e. 7 Towing 2.050000 00000 0000 000000 10
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Fig. 1 Controls
1 Fuel gauge 11 Brake warning lamp (red) 18 Amplitude — rear drum
2 Hydr. oil temp. gauge 12 Horn button 19 Timer - rear drum
3 Ammeter 13 Vibration - rear drum 20 Timer - front drum
4 Ignition switch 14 Vibration - front drum 21 Automat. sprinkler
5 Tachometer 15 Working lights, main/ ; control
6 Stop control - engine dipped beam (rear) 22 Sprinkler - front drum
7 Throttle a 16 Headlamps, main/dipped 23. Sprinkler - rear drum
8 Inspection lamp socket — beam (front) 24 Forward-reverse-lever
9 Oil pressure lamp (green) 17 Amplitude - front drum
10 Battery charging lamp (red) |
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ВЕ PREPARATIONS BEFORE
STARTING
Checkpoints — see Fig. 2
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Fig. 3 Engine
1 Dipstick
Fig. 4 Battery box
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2 Battery
Check that the fuel tank 1s topped up with diesel
fuel. The level of the fuel should reach up to
the filler pipe. Make sure that the tank is never
run dry as air will then enter the system. This
will render the engine difficult or impossible to
start. If air has entered the systems it will
have to be bled - see "Maintenance Instructions"
@ remove: the engine compartment cover and check the
engine oil level. The oil should be between the
=. marks on the dipstick. If the oil 1s below the
lower mark, top up with Shell Rotella TX 0il
10 W/30 or an equivalent grade of oil from any
other reputable manufacturer.
“Never add too much oil - this may damage the
packing boxes of the main bearings. Use the
funnel provided in the tool box when filling up
with oil.
Raise the lide of the battery box and check the
level of the electrolyte in the battery. It
should be approx. 10 mm above the plates - top
up with distilled water if necessary.
Lower the battery box lid - fit the engine com-
partment cover back in place.
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Water distribution mat
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Water tank
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1 Level pipe (at rear of tank)
2 Filler cover
Fig 8 Hydr. oil tank
1 Level pipe
When driving on base courses, check that the rear
mats are held clear of the drum by the straps.
Also check that the rubber scrapers are intact
and rest against the drum.
When driving on asphalt the mats should be lower-
ed so that they rest against the drum.
Check the water level in the rear water tank -
sight glass. Fill up with water if necessary via
the large cover on the tank.
Always use as clean water as possible. Impurities
- leaves, sand, etc - will clog the discharge
strainer or sprinkler pipes. 5
Check the level of the oil in the hydraulic tank.
Top up when necessary. For the correct grade and
quantity of oil, refer to the maintenance instruc-
tions or use the equivalent grade of another re-
putable make.
Check that the frame is not locked. The chains
are stored in the tool box.
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Fig 9 Water distribution mat
1 Strap
Fig 10 Water tank
1 Level pipe (at rear of tank)
Filler cover
Fig 11 Air cleaner
1 Catch
2 Cover
3 Wing nut
4 Filter insert
When driving the roller on base courses, check
that the front mats are held clear of the drum
by the straps. Check also that the scrapers are
intact and rest against the drum.
When driving the roller on asphalt, the mats
should be lowered so that they rest against the
drum.
Check the water level in the front water tank -
sight glass. Fill up with water if necessary via
the large cover on the tank.
Check that the frame is not locked. The chains
are stored in the tool box. ВЕ
When driving under dusty conditions — clean the
air cleaner as follows: д
® release the catch Do
e remove the outer cover (2)
* remove the wing nut (3)
* withdraw the filter insert (4) and blow it
clean with compressed air. NOTE: maximum air
pressure 0.7 MPa (7 kgf/cm”). |
See “Maintenance instructions"
Inspect the connection between the engine and the
air cleaner. If leakage is suspected, remove the air
cleaner and the connecting parts. If dust is found
in the engine inlet manifold, inspect the parts
connecting the air filter to the engine and replace
Fig 12 Filter insert
them if necessary.
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Fig. 14 Instrument panel
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Fuel gauge
Hydraulic oil temperature
gauge
Ammeter
Ignition switch
Tachometer
Stop control - engine
(also emergency stop)
Throttle
Brake warning lamp (red)
Battery charging lamp (red)
Oil pressure warning lamp
(green)
Inspection lamp socket
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‘Check that the forward-reverse lever (1) is in
Sit in the driver's seat. This is adjustable in
a fore and aft direction and should be located
on the right-hand side of the roller. The left-
hand seat position should only be used in ex-
ceptional cases. Be sure that the backrest does
not touch the stop and speed control. Remember
that the stop control is also the emergency
brake control and therefore must be easily acces-
sible. Les
Forward-reverse lever Le
Amplitude - front drum —
Amplitude - rear drum
Horn button
Working lights, main/dipped beam (rear)
Headlamps, main/dipped beam (front)
Vibration - front drum
Vibration - rear drum
Sprinkler - front drum
Sprinkler - rear drum
Automatic sprinkler control
Timer - front drum
Timer - rear drum
neutral. The engine can only be started when the
lever is in this position.
Check that vibration switches (7) and (8) are off.
Fnsure that there are no obstructions in the path
of the roller.
Ensure that no-one is in front of or behind the
roller.
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STARTING
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IF Tne signal hor sounds wnile
сле roller is in motion - stop
ire engine immediately. This
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m Delt has broken. Disconnect
the battery cable.
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vnen starting In cold weather
elow -10%C) - spray ether
Starter spray) into the air
intake.
NOTE: Never use a starter spray 7
when the engine 18 running.
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control (19) 1s pushed in as
Check that the stop
far as it will go.
Press the button on the throttle (20) and set it
at quarter open.
Turn the ignition switch (17) to "ON".
Check that the warning lamps (21), (22), (23)
light up and that the instruments (14), (15) show
a reading. | |
Continue turning the Cotes байков to "START".
Release the starter switch as soon as the engine
fires. It will then return to "ON" by spring
pressure,
If the engine fails to start, try again but do
not keep the starter engaged for more than 10 se-
conds at a time. If the engine still fails to
start - wait about one minute to give the starter
motor time to cool down. This also gives the bat-
tery time to recuperate.
Regulate engine speed until the engine is running
at idling speed - 550-650 rev/min - and let it
warm up for 5-10 minutes, depending on the air
temperature.
Check that the warning lamps have gone out.
The roller is equipped with a "NEUTRAL-START" de-
vice which prevents the roller from being started
if the forward-reverse lever is mot in neutral.
The neutral position is accurately located and it
will be necessary to rock the forward-reverse le-
ver across the neutral position to get the diesel
engine to start.
Check the condition ana operation of the brakes
(refer to "Brake inspection..." in the Mainte-
nance instructions). |
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DRIVING
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16 Control panel
Forward-reverse lever
Amplitude - front drum
Amplitude - rear drum
Horn button
Working lights, main/dipped
beam (rear)
1 When the engine has been warmed up, pull out the
throttle (20), fig. 15, until the engine speed is
2300 rev/min. Check the tachometer. Use the lock-
ing ring to adjust the friction in the throttle.
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Turn the steering wheel
in both directions to
check the steering. о
3 When driving on asphalt, switch on the sprinklers
(9), (10) for both drums by means of the respec-
tive switches. The amount of water flowing onto
the drums can be individually regulated by means
of two knobs (12), (13) on the control boxes.
The drum that is at the front in the direction
of travel automatically provides a slight surplus
of water that can be used by the other drum. This
balance can be adjusted by means of the knobs (12)
and (13).
The rear and front drums can also be sprinkled
individually by raising the appropriate toggle
switch (9) and (10).
4 Move the forward-reverse lever (1) carefully for-
ward or rearward - depending on the direction of
travel desired. |
Speed will increase in proportion to ‘the movement
of the lever away from the neutral position.
6 Headlamps, main/dipped beam
(front)
7 Vibration - front drum
8 Vibration - rear drum
9 Sprinkler - front drum
10 Sprinkler - rear drum
11 Automatic sprinkler control
12 Timer - front drum
13 Timer - rear drum
Vibration The amplitude of vibrations of the drums can be se-
lected individually by means of the switches (2),
(3) (see Fig. 16). Different amplitudes can be obtai-
ned, i.e. high amplitude at the front and low ampl L-
tude at the rear or vice versa. | |
Vibration can be engaged and disengaged separately
on the front and rear drums by means of the switches
(7) and (8), fig. 16.
The amplitude must not be changed while the vibra-
tion motor is running. Wait a few seconds before
resetting the amplitude by means of switches (2)
and (3), fig. |
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The roller 1s alsc equipped with an automatic vibra-
tion control which ensures that the vibration is
disengaged when reversing direction, since when the
forward-reverse lever is in neutral, vibration is
disengaged.
The setting for engagement of vibration at different
speeds can be changed by removing the cover (1) (see
Fig. 17а) and resetting the adjusting lugs (1) (see
Fig. 17b). |
ig 17a Steering column,
right hand side
1 Cover
2 Forward-reverse lever
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Fig 17b Setting of engagement
1 Adjusting lugs
Braking | Braking is normally carried out by means of the for-
ward-reverse lever, the hydrostatic transmission
braking the drums when the lever is moved to the
neutral position. |
Multiple-disc brake in the drum gearings are provi-
ded for emergency braking. They are engaged when the
engine stop control is pulled out.
Emergency brake
In an emergency - pull out the stop control (19) and
hold it out until the diesel engine stops and the
roller comes to rest.
14 15 16
| |
24 23 22 21
Fig 18
8
CC 21 0-10052-2 Eng
PARKING
Fig 19 Drum chocks
DAILY MAINTENANCE
(at end of workshift)
Switeh off vibration.
Stop the roller by moving the “orward-reverse le-
ver to the neutral position.
>
3 Push in the throttle until the engine 1s running
at idling speed (550-650 rev/min). Let the en-
gine run at this speed for several minutes.
Pull out the stop control.
+
When the engine has stopped, push in the stop
control and turn the ignition switch to "OFF".
in
6 Lower and lock the instrument panel cover,
Never park the roller with the engine running.
The roller has a parking brake. that is automatically
applied when the diesel engine stops.
When parking on a slope, always place chocks under
the drums as well. |
1 Тор up the fuel tank with diesel fuel. It is im-
portant to fill the tank to prevent condensation.
2 Carry out the following checks as described under
"Preparations before starting
e electrolyte level in battery
Ce hydraulic oil level |
° engine oil level
. mats and scrapers
3 Check for oil leaks.
CC 21 0-10052-2 Eng
TOWING
Rollers with Renondin drum gearing
Fig 20 Renondin drum gear
1 Hydraulic motor
2 Brake housing
3 Plug
rollers with Prometheus drum gearing
Fig 21 Prometheus drum gear
1 Plug 2 Hydraulic motor
TOWING SHORT DISTANCES
Rollers with Renondin or Prometheus
drum gearing
New Earlier
models models
Fig 22 Towing control
1 Control (new design)
2 Control (earlier design)
3 Locking device
10
Rollers with Renondin drum gearing
The following preparatory measures rust be carried
out to permit the roller to be towed:
Disconnect the hydraulic motors (1) from the drum
gearing and hang the motors out of the way so
that they do not become damaged during towing.
Remove the plugs (3) from the brake housing end
plate.
Relieve the disc brakes by screwing in two 40 mm
long fully-threaded M6 screws into the plug holes
(3) until the brakes are released.
Rollers with Prometheus drum gearing
—
Remove the plugs (1) from the brake end plates
and release the disc brakes by screwing two
screws (M8x25) into the holes (3) until the bra-
kes are released. The screws are included in the
“set of tools supplied with the roller.
Release the locking device (3), Fig. 22.
On new rollers turn the towing. control (1) to
"TOWING" position
On earlier models pull the control (2), ‚Fig 22.
The roller can be towed up to 300 metres as follows
Run the engine at idling speed.
Release the locking device (3), Fig. 22.
On new rollers turn the towing control (1) to
"TOWING" position.
On earlier models pull the control (2).
Always use a solid towing bar since the roller
brakes are disconnected. Alternatively, a re-
straint may be arranged as shown in Fig. 24.
CC 21 0-10052-2 Eng
ALTERNATIVE TOWING
Rollers with Renondin or Prometheus
drum gearing
Fig 23b Fitting the grease
gun
Fig 24 Counter-braking
The brakes can be released as follows:
Release the Tee-piece at the swivel nut (1). En-
sure that no oil 1s spilled.
Take the non-return valve (2) from the tool box.
Remove the protective plugs from the valve and
connect the valve to the Tee-piece with the two
brake lines, (3), the forward one and (4), the
rear one. Take the grease gun from the tool box.
Connect the grease gun to the non-return valve
“and pump the grease gun about 50 strokes. If the
brakes are not released sufficiently, pump more
strokes.
When towing the roller downhill it must be counter-
braked. |
CC 21 0-10052-2 Eng
11
Renondin
1 Connection - brake line
2 Brake
LIFTING
WE ANT Л 6 J
Never walk under a suspended
On completion
clean both brake lines as
the brake line (1) at the brake (2).
grease gun from the non-return valve.
non-return valve from the brake line.
grease 1n the brake line by blowing
with compressed air. Blow from the
rear through the nipple at the brake housing.
Fit the brake lines back in place.
follows:
1 Disconnect
2 Remove the
3 Remove the
4 Remove the
through it
5
6
>—]
Start the diesel engine.
Back off the nut (1) and bleed. the brake system
until clear oil seeps out.
Weight 6500 kg.
Lock the front and rear frame sections by means of
the chains (1) provided in the toolbox. See fig. 26.
Fit the lifting tackle in the lifting holes, making
sure that no parts are pinched or nipped when the
roller is lifted.
For lifting tackle, refer to group 10 in the spare
parts catalogue. Ce
Load.
7
Fig 26 Lifting
1 Chains (2 pcs) for locking the
frame sections
12 CC 21 0-10052-2 Eng
KP-tryck 0386 100
>
CCOYOA
DYNAPAC
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
VIBRATING ROLLER CC21
Deutz F4L 912 diesel engine
CONTENTS В Page Page
Lubricants ......eee.ereereeno 1 Every month 0.020000 000000 10
Maintenance schedule ......... 2 Every three months ....... e... 14
Every day ..e.esenoooccoroo eno. 4 — Every six months .....ceeeereoo 15
Every week .......... Cee areas 6 Every year ........ ........... 16
Read all through the instructions before commencing any service work.
Proper maintenance is ‘essential to ensure that the roller will give many years of
satisfactory service and the instructions given here should therefore be carefully
followed.
Also keep the Deutz instruction manual near at hand.
LUBRICANTS
Use the following lubricants or similar lubricants of an equivalent grade from any
other reputable manufacturer. Always use the right quantity. Too much or too little
lubricant will cause parts to run hot with rapid wear and malfunctioning as a result,
A A refer to the maintenance schedule,
GREASE lithium base with EP additive (lead oeleate), NLGIL: no. 2
Shell Alvania EP2 |
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MOTOR OIL (APT Service CC/SE SAE 10W/30)
Shell Rotella TX 0il 10W/30.
HYDRAULIC OIL (with anti-wear additive)
Shell Tellus T Oil 68
GEARBOX OIL SAE 90 EP
> > >
BRAKE LUB. OIL Shell Tellus Oil 22 (N.B. Only on rollers fitted with
й Renondin drum gears and brakes).
If the roller is to be used under exceptionally hot or cold conditions, get in touch
with Dynapac for supplementary lubricating recommendations.
M-10052-3 Eng
l ds E E A | Ub Replaces
Heavy Equipment Division M-10052-2 Eng
PO Box 504 + 5-37123 KARLSKRONA - SWEDEN |
Tel. 0455-229 30 + Telex 43041 dynkar
EUROC
Telecopier 0455-295 39
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
“N
CC 21-13477-1
Water tank
V-belt monitor
V-belts
Engine - oil change
Air cleaner
Fuel pump
Injection pump
Engine - cooling fins
Engine - oil filter
10 Engine - valve clearances
11 Fuel filter
12 Fumr drive
LO Oo aun Фе (0 N
Fig. 1
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
15 14 13
Vibration motor
Drum
Tachometer cable
Steering pivot
Steering cylinder
Hydraulic oil filters (2)
Hydraulic oil tank - sight glass
Engine - dipstick
Fuel tank
Drum gearing
Brake housing
Shock absorbers
Service points
Ref.no
in fig. 1
Operation
See Lubricant
Page (see page 1)
DAILY (every 10 hours of operation)
5
19
20
21
23
Air cleaner
Sight glass - hydraulic oil
Oil level - engine
Fuel tank - fill up
Check brakes
A
A
+ + > UN Un
CC 21 M-10052-3 Eng
Only on rollers fitted with Prometheus gears.
Ref.no Operation See Lubricant
in fig. 1 peral Page (See page 1)
| EVERY WEEK (Every 50 hours of operation)
e 3 5 Air cleaner Ш e 7 | |
14 Drum - oil level checking 9 A
16 Steering hitch 6 A.
17 Steering cylinder - left 6 A
17 Steering cylinder - right 6 A
18 Hydraulic oil filters - meter 9 |
22 Drum gearing - shaft seal ** 6
22 Drum gearing - oil level checking 6, 7 /\
22° Drum gearing - oil change * 15 A
24. Shock absorbers 8 |
EVERY MONTH (Every 200 hours of operation)
2 V-belt monitor 13
3 V-belts 12
4 Engine - oil change 9
6 Fuel feed pump 11 |
7 Injection pump - oil level checking 12 ZA
= 8 Engine - cooling fins 11
9 Engine - oil filter 10
10 Engine - valve clearances 13°
12 Pump drive - oil level check 14 A
13 Vibration motors - greasing 15 A
15 Tachometer cable 15
18 Hydraulic oil filter - change 14
22 Drum gearing — oil change * 15 D
23 Brake housing - oil change ** 10 A
23 Brake housing - oil draining *** 10
EVERY THREE MONTHS (Every 500 hours of operation
22 Drum gearing - oil change 15 A
EVERY SIX MONTHS (Every 1000 hours of operation)
11 Fuel filter - change 16
21 Fuel tank - drain condensation 16
- Fuel system - bleeding 16
EVERY YEAR (Every 2009 hours of operation)
1 Water tank - cleaning 18
12 Pump irive - oil change 18 A
14 Drum - oil change | 17 A
21 Fuel tank - clean 16
19 Hydraulic tank - oil change 17 LA
* When the gearing is new or reconditioned
** Only on rollers fitted with Renondin drum gears
kK
CC 21
M=10052-3 Fno
EVERY DAY
Fuel tank
Fig. 2 Engine
1 Dipstick
Brakes — check
Check that the fuel tank is full of diesel fuel. The
level of the fuel should reach up to the filler pipe.
Make sure that the tank is never run dry as air may
then enter the system.
Remove the engine compartment cover (on the left-
hand side) and check the engine oil level. The oil
should be between the marks on the dipstick (1). If
the level is close to the bottom mark - top up with
type B engine oil, in accordance with the lubri-
cants listed on page 1, or the equivalent grade of
oil from any other reputable manufacturer.
Use the funnel provided in the toolbox when topping
up.
Never add too much oil - this may damage the packing
boxes of the main bearings, etc.
Checking the brakes
In conjunction with the checking of the engine oil
level, inspect the chain and the spring between the
brake contact and the stop control arm on the injec-
tion pump. |
Check the brakes as follows:
1 Start the diesel engine and run it at approx.
1000 rev/min.
2 Pull out the stop control slowly until the brake
warning lamp goes out - but not so far that the
engine stops.
3 Hold the control in this position and move the
forward-reverse lever slowly either forward or
back.
The roller should not move in either direc-
tion
a The diesel engine should sound as if it is
labouring
э A rattling noise should be heard in the by-
pass valves of the drive circuit.
The brake is in proper working order if the above
conditions obtain. The braking torque is then
equal to or greater than the driving torque. .
Carry out the brake test once only and for not long-
er than about 1 mimite.
CC 21 M-10052-3 Eng
Hydraulic oil tank — oil level
“Check the oil level in the hydraulic tank by means
of the sight glass.(1).
Fill up with /A hydraulic oil, if necessary.
To top ups raise the cover (3) to expose the filler
cap (fig. 3a). |
On noise reduced rollers cover (2) must be removed
before cover (3) can be raised.
CC 21-13479-1
Fig. 3a Hydraulic tank
1 Sight glass
2 Air cowling
3 Cover
Check that the breather holes in the. filler cap are
ap not clogged, see fig. 3b. co RE,
397
CC 21-13480-1
Fig. 3b Tank cover - breather
hole
Air filter
When using the roller under particularly dusty
conditions, the filter element must be cleaned
every day. Proceed as follows:
release the cateh (1)
remove the outer cover (2)
remove the wing nut (3)
withdraw the filter insert (4) and blow it clean
with compressed air. Maximum air pressure 0./ MP:
(7 kgf/cm” ).
CC 21-1348L-L
Fig. 4 Air cleaner
1 Catch
2 Cover
3 Wing nut
4 Filter insert
Inspect the connection between the engine and the
air cleaner. If leakage is suspected, remove the
air cleaner and the connecting parts. If dust is
found in the engine inlet manifold, inspect the
parts connecting the air filter to the engine and
replace them if necessary.
CC 21-13482-1
Fig. 5 Filter insert
CC 21 M-10052-3 Eng 5
EVERY WEEK
Steering hitch — steering cylinders
Greasing
CC 21-13483-1
Fig. € Steering cylinder,
right-hand side
1 Grease nipple
Fig. 7 Steering cylinder,
left-hand side
1 Grease nipple
2 Nut
Drum gears — grease packing
(Renondin only)
Renondin drum gear
— checking the oil level!
AE E Y
\ ; 2 ~ ura
y , A DE 4
CC 21-13485-1
Fig, 8 Renondin drum gear
1 Level plug
2 Drain plug
3 Filler plug
4 Grease nipple
Turn the drum to the left ~ wipe the area around
the grease nipples and lubricate with A grease,
five strokes of the grease gun.
At the same time check that the nuts (2) Fig. 7 are
locked.
Wipe the area around the nipple (4) Fig. 8 and lubri-
cate with /\ grease, five strokes of the grease gun.
Lubricate the shaft seal on both drum gears.
Drive the roller onto a level surface.
1 Remove the level plug (1).
2 Remove the filler plug (3) and fill up with oil
to the edge of the level plug hole (1).
3 Fit the plugs back in place.
CC 21 M-10052-3 Eng
Prometheus drum gear
— checking the oil level
CC 21-13486-1
Fig. 9 Prometheus drum gear
1 Filler plug
2 Dipstick
3 Drain plug
Air cleaner
CC 21-13487-1
Fig. 10 Air cleaner
Catch
Cover
Wing nut
Filter insert
Inner filter insert
Us wn
CC 21-13438-1
Fig. 11 Filter insert
ce 21 M-10052-3 Eng
1 Clean the area around the dipstick (2) and check
, ‚that the oil reaches up to the mark.
2 Fill up with oil A if necessary.
Dismantle the air cleaner as follows:
~~ wor H
Back off the screw (1) on the catch.
Remove the cover (2).
Remove the wing nut (3).
Withdraw the filter insert (4).
Proceed as follows:
1
Remove the insert from the cover (2) and clean
the parts. |
Check that the inner filter insert (5) is mot
coated with dust. If it is, this indicates that
the outer filter insert (4) 1s damaged and must
be changed. Otherwise clean the filter insert (4)
as follows. |
Blow the filter insert with compressed air -
maximum pressure 0.7 MPa (7kg£ /cm?).
Play the air up and down along the folds of paper
on the inside of the filter insert. Hold the
nozzle at least 2-3 cm away from the insert to
avoid damaging the paper.
CC 21-13489-1
Fig. 12 Filter insert
Sooty and oily filter
Shock absorbers and
retaining screws
CC 21-13490-1
Fig. 13 Drum
1 Shock absorbers
Check the condition of the filter insert by hold-
ing a bright electric light bult (approx. 200 W)
inside it. Cracks and holes will be visible as
points and lines of light.
Also check that the seals are intact.
If the paper or seals are damaged the insert must
be changed. |
!
If the filter insert 1s sooty or oily it should be
washed in a solution of water and non-sudsing deter-
gent such as "Donaldson D-1400". The filter should
be left to soak in the solution for at least 15
minutes.
Dip the filter in and out of the solution now and
again to dislodge the dirt.
Rinse the filter in clean water and allow it to dry
either in the air or with hot air at a maximum tem-
perature of 70°C. Never dry it with compressed air
or a naked flame and do not insert a filter element
that is not completely dry.
Scrap the filter element when it has been washed six
times.
Before fitting the filter insert, wipe clean the in-
side of the air cleaner.
Assemble the insert - see Fig. 10.
Check the shock absorbers for cracks and other damages.
Alsó check that the retaining screws are tight.
Change shock absorbers that have 15-20 mm deep cracks.
If more than 257% of the absorbers are damaged, change
all of them.
CC 21 M-10052-3 Eng
Drum — checking the oil level
Drive the roller until the filler-drain plug (1) in
the front drum is at top dead centre. After comple-
on the rear drum.
Back off the level plug (2) about 3 turns.
If the oil level is correct, oil should seep out
round the plug (2). If not remove plug (1) and fill
up with oil Æ to the correct level.
CC 21-13493-L Use the funnel provided in the toolbox when filling
Fig. 14 Drum up with oil.
1 Filler/drain plug
2 Level plug
Hydraulic oil filter — reading
the fiiter indicator
At maximum engine speed
Filter (2) - read the meter. It should not exceed
0.25 bars (= 7.5" of Hg).
Filter (1) - read the meter. It should not exceed
1 bar (= 30" of Hg).
Change the filter if the readings are higher than
above. See "Hydraulic oil filter - changing".
Ce 21-13494-1
Fig. 15 Filter indicators
1 Meter (Return filter)
2 Meter (Suction filter)
EVERY MONTH
Engine — oil changing
Change when the engine is hot.
1. Remove the drain plug and allow the old oil to
run out into a suitable receptacle.
2 Clean the plug and screw it back in place.
Fig. 16 Engine SD Fill up with oil ZA.
©
1 Oil filler cap
tion of the instructions below, repeat the procedure
CC 21 M-10052-3 Eng
Oil filter — changing
= CC 21-13496-1
Fig. 17. Oil filter - diesel
engine
Alternatively, use a screw
driver at the bottom of the
filter to release it.
Brake. —' Renondin drum gear
0il changing
CC 21-13491-1
Fig. 18 Renondin drum gear
1 Drain plug
2 Level plug
3 Filler plug
Brake — Prometheus drum gear
Draining (N.B. Not an oil
change)
CC 21-13492-1
Fig. 19 Prometheus drum gear
1 Drain plug
Change the filter insert as follows:
1 Unfasten the filter, as indicated in Fig. 17,
using a strap wrench or other tool.
2 Then unscrew the filter by hand.
3 Fit a new filter insert and lightly smear the
rubber seal with oil.
4 Screw the insert in place by hand until the rub-
ber seal seats on the head - then secure the in-
sert by screwing it an additional half-turn.
When the oil filter has been fitted, the engine
must be tested to check the oil pressure and to
ensure leak-free operation.
Remove the drain plug (1) and drain off the oil.
Fit the plug back in place.
Remove the level plug (2).
=> LU NN H
Remove the filler plug (3) and fill up with oil
A to the level plug hole - 0.5 litres.
The oil in the brake housing should also be
changed whenever emergency braking has been ne-
cessary.
Remove the drain plug (1) and drain the brake.
10
CC 21 M-10052-3 Eng
Engine — cooling fins — cleaning
1 Remove the engine bonnet.
2 Remove the engine compartment cover (left-hand
side). |
3 Undo the catches and remove the air ducting on
the left-hand side of the engine.
4 Remove the air outlet cowling.
1 сс 21-13497-1 5 Remove the retaining screws and lift the deflec-
Fig. 20 Engine (left side) tors away.
6 Clean the cooling fins thoroughly, using a length
1 Catches |
of metal wire or, preferably, compressed air.
If diesel fuel has been used for cleaning, the
cooling fins must be washed afterwards with a so-
da solution. Afterwards dry the engine by running
it until it reaches normal operating temperature.
7 Refit deflector, cowling and covers.
TEED ee
A
CC 21-13498-1
Fig. 21 Engine (right side)
1 Retaining screws
Fuel pump — diesel engine
Remove the screw (1). Lift off the cover, gasket
and strainer.
Wash the strainer in diesel fuel and reassemble the
fuel pump.
AY cc 21-13499-1
ig. 22 Fuel feed pump
Gasket
4 Strainer
CC 21 M-10052-3 Eng 11
Injection pump — checking oil level
CC 21-13500-1
Fig. 23 Injection pump
1 Level plug
2 Filler plug
3 0il overflow line
V-belts: |
Alternator V-belt
CC 21-13501-1
Fig. 24a V-belts
1 V-belt monitor
2 Cooling fan belt
3 Alternator belt
Cooling fan V-belt
Back off the level plug (1) three turns and drain
off the surplus oil, if any.
If necessary, remove the plug (2) and top up with
oil to the level plug hole. Note that in the
case of new rollers:
- if there is no oil overflow line (3), the injec-
tion pump is connected to the engine lubrication
system and it is therefore unnecessary to check
the oil level.
Check belt tension.
It should be possible to press the belt down 10-
15 mm with your thumb. Adjust the tension if ne-
cessary by slackening the screws and adjusting the
position of the alternator.
This belt is always correctly tensioned due to the
action of the tensioning roller,
12
CC 21 M-10052-3 Eng
V-belt monitor
CC 21-13502-1
Fig. 24b
Engine — adjusting valve clearances
(Refer also to the Deutz engine
instruction manual)
CC 21-13503-1
Fig. 25 Valve clearance
Adjusting screw
Locknut
Push rod
Rocker arm
Valve
Valve clearance
Lo о —
Ov Un +
Press in the contact and check that the signal horn
sounds. The contact can be reached through the hole
(1) in the frame, using a screwdriver or suchlike.
Remove the engine bonnet.
Remove the rocker covers.”
Adjust the valve clearances when the engine is cold
proceeding as follows:
1
4
Fit a 36 mm non—-adjustable spanner on the crank-
shaft nut and turn the engine over until both
valves in one cylinder are closed. (The push
rods are then under no load and can be easily
turned with the fingers).
Using a feeler gauge, check that the valve clear-
ance (6) 15 0.15 mm on both the inlet and ex-
haust valves.
If necessary, adjust the clearances by backing
off the locknut (2) 1-2 turns. Then turn the
adjusting screw (1) with a screwdriver until the
feeler gauge (0.15) can be withdrawn against
slight resistance.
Repeat the procedure on the other cylinders.
CC 21 M-10052-3 Eng
13
Hydraulic oil filter — changing
| 1 Close the valves.
2 Remove the filter elements using a strap wrench.
3 Fit new filter elements.
Fig. 26 Hydraulic oil filter
1 Valve
2 Filter element
Pump drive — checking oil level
Alt. I Drive the roller onto a level surface.
1 Wipe the area around the level plug (2) on one
side of the pump, drive clean and back off the
plug a few turns, oil should seep out round the
plug if oil level is correct.
2 If necessary, top up with oil /N vía the filler
plug (1) until oil seeps out round the level
plug.
Wipe the area round the filler plug clean before
unscrewing it.
Alt. II
Allt. III
UT
+
+ -r
a ape
DZ
) (2) °
кс”
Fig. 27a Pump drive
1 Filler plug
2 Level plug
3 Drain plug
14 CC 21 M-10052-3 Eng
Front and rear vibration motors
— lubrication
de;
CC 21-13505-1
Fig. 27b
1 Grease nipple
2 Vibration motor
Tachometer cable - lubrication
Wipe the area round the grease nipples clean and
lubricate with A type grease, see page 1. Five
strokes of the grease gun, Grease both vibration
motors.
Release the tachometer cable at the tachometer and
pour into the cable a few drops of type o1l, in
accordance with the list of lubricants on page 1.
EVERY THREE MONTHS
Renondin drum gear — changing the oil
1
2
3
4
| СС 21-13506-1
Fig. 28 Renondin drum gear >
1 Level plug
2 Drain plug
3 Filler plug
Prometheus drum gear
—changing the oil
1
2
3
4
5
=" cc 21-13507-1
Fig. 29 Prometheus drum gear
1 Filler plug
2 Dipstick
3 Drain plug
Drive the roller onto a level surface.
When oil is hot
Remove the level plug (1).
Place a suitable receptacle under the gear cas-
ing, remove the drain plug (2) and drain off the
oil.
Screw the drain plug back in place.
Remove the filler plug (3) and fill up with oil
/N to the level plug.
Fit the level plug and filler plug back in place.
Clean the area round the plugs (1) and (3) and
the dipstick (2).
Unscrew the drain plug (3) and drain out the oil
into a suitable receptacle.
Fit the drain plug back in place.
Fill up with oil A - approx. 2.7 litres - and
check the level with the dipstick.
Fit the filler plug (1) and check that there 1s
no leakage in the system.
CC 21 M-10052-3 Eng
EVERY SIX MONTHS
LOTO
TO:
HE .
> CG 21-13509-1
- CC 21-13508-1
Fig. 30 Fuel filter Fig. 31 Fuel pumps
1 Filter | | 1 Screw |
2 Sealing surface ] 2 Feed pump lever
Fuel filter — changing | 1 Unscrew the filter (1), exercising care as fuel
(Fig. 30) will run out. Use a strap wrench or a screwdriver.
2 Clean the sealing surface (2).
3 Lightiy oil the rubber seal on the new filter and
screw it in place by hand until it is properly
seated and then turn it an additional half-turn.
Bleed the fuel system in conjunction with changing
the fuel filter or if the tank has been run dry (see
below).
Fuel system — bleeding 1 Back off the screw (1) on the injection pump approx.
(Fig. 31) 3 turns.
| 2 Operate the pump lever (2) on the fuel feed pump
until the fuel running out at the screw (1) 15 free
from air bubbles.
3 Tighten the screw (1).
NOTE: If no fuel emerges when the hand pump ts
operated, turn the engine over by means of a
36 mm non—adjustable spanner fitted on the
crankshaft nut or turn it over with the
starter motor.
Fuel tank — draining, cleaning When the fuel tank is almost empty, remove the bottom
plug and drain the condensate. Screw the plug back
in place. The tank cover should be removed and the in-
side of the tank and the tank cover, should be cleaned
once a year.
Check the tightness of the tank.
16 | CC 21 M-10052-3 Eng
EVERY YEAR
Hydraulic tank — changing the oil Change when the oil is hot.
1 Thoroughly clean the outside of the tank, parti-
cularly round the filler cap, drain plug and tank
cover. a
2 Place an empty oil drum or the like in position
under the bottom plug, remove the bottom plug and
the filler plug.
Remove the tank cover and the rubber seal.
4 Thoroughly clean the inside of the tank.
5 Fit the tank cover back in place - fit a new rub-
ber seal.
6 Screw the bottom plug back in place.
7 Fill up with hydraulic oil À to the mark on the
sight glass — approx. 140 litres.
Drum — changing the oil Draining
1 Drive the roller onto a slight incline to bring
the filler/drain plug (1) into the lowest pos-
sible position. |
2
2 Remove the plug and drain the oil.
Collect the otl in a suitable receptacle.
Filling
1 Drive the roller onto a level surface until the
1 filler/drain plug (1) is at top dead centre.
cc 21-13510-1 2 Fill up with type /A oil as described under the
Fig. 32 heading "Drum - checking the oil level", see
1 Filler/drain plug page 9.
2 Level plug 3 Screw the filler plug (1) back in place.
CC 21 M-10052-3 Eng 17
' Pump drive — changing the oil
Alt. I
Alt. II
Alt. III
CA 25-13330-1
Fig. 33 Pump drive
1 Filler plug
2 Level plug
3 Drain plug
Water tank — cleaning
Fig. 34 1 Flange
2 Solenoid
3 Strainer
4 Seal
5
Seal
Drive the roller onto a level surface and switch off
the engine.
1 Clean the area round the drain plug, the level
plug and the filler plug. |
2 Place a suitable receptacle under the drain plug
and remove the plug.
Remove the filler plug.
Back off the level plug a few turns.
Clean the drain plug and screw it back in place.
Fill up with oil D to the level plug.
Screw the level plug back in place.
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Screw the filler plug back in place.
Remove the tank cover.
Remove the screws keeping the flange at the solenoid on
each tank.
Lower the flange and lift out the strainer.
Clean the strainer in water.
Thoroughly clean the inside of the tank.
When refitting the strainer and cover remember:
- to fit one seal on each side of the strainer flange
- that the cover gasket should be compressed by the
tightening of the screws.
Check the tightness of the tank.
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CC 21 M-10052-3 Eng
WHEN SERVICE IS REQUIRED
Your local Dynapac Dealer has qualified Field Service Mechanics ready to assist
you. The Service Department should be contacted with detailed information as to
what is not working properly. If the mechanic has a clear understanding of the
problem he will be better prepared for the ich and he will also have the necessary
spare parts when he arrives at the jobsite.
ORDERING SPARE PARTS
Spare parts should be ordered by using the spare parts catalogue. Be sure to follow
the instructions provided in the catalogue for ordering spare parts. Correct
details will ensure prompt delivery.
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