Pegasus - Croplands

Pegasus - Croplands
Pegasus
Parts & Operator’s Manual
Part No. BT-POM00808 - Rev 3
Pegasus BT-POM 1203 - Revision 2
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Contents
Foreword
Important Information
Section 1
Pre-Operation
Section 2
Sprayer Operation
Section 3
Sprayer Calibration
Section 4
Lubrication & Maintenance
Section 5
Trouble Shooting
Section 6
Assembly Drawings & Parts Listings
Section 7
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Foreword
About This Manual
Terminology
This manual provides assembly, setting up,
operating and maintenance instructions for
the Croplands Pegasus sprayer.
These terms/symbols used throughout
this manual:
Some features explained in this manual
may not be installed on your sprayer.
Please pass on this manual with the
sprayer at the time of resale for usage by
the new owner.
• NOTE
- to convey useful
operating information.
• CAUTION - to highlight potential
injury or machinery
damage.
• WARNING - to stress potential
dangers and the
importance of
personal safety.
Before Operating
Your Sprayer
1 Before attempting to use your
sprayer, make sure you
read the Operator’s Manual and
properly understand:
• All Safety Issues.
Read and understand this Operators’ Manual before
operating the sprayer.
• Assembly & Installation
instructions.
• Calibration of the sprayer.
• Sprayer Operation.
• Sprayer Maintenance.
NOTE
Refers to important and useful information which
should not be overlooked.
2 Read and follow instructions on
chemical manufacturers' labels.
3 Always wear applicable protective
clothing.
CAUTION
Highlights hazards, unsafe/unwise practices
which could cause injury, damage to property,
machinery or loss of crop yield if instructions
are not followed.
WARNING
Indicates the strong possiblility of severe
personal injury or damage to machinery if
instructions are not followed.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Important Information
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 1
Introduction
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General Specifications
1.3
Your Sprayer's Specifications
1.4
Shipping Information & Product ID
1.5
Warranty Policy
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Pre-Delivery Check List
1.7
Warranty Registration
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1.1
Introduction
Important Information
We welcome any feedback from you about
our equipment.
Sean Mulvaney, General Manager of Croplands
Congratulations on the purchase of your
new Croplands sprayer.
Croplands have been in the business of
building and selling spraying equipment
since 1972. For over 40 years we have
been supplying sprayers to farmers,
contractors, growers and all our customers
involved in growing crops and in the control
of pests and diseases.
Croplands is a wholly owned subsidiary
of Nufarm Ltd, the largest supplier of crop
protection chemicals in Australasia, and
one of the fastest growing global suppliers
world-wide.
At Croplands, we pride ourselves on
our commitment to supplying machinery
that is at the forefront of the industry’s
needs. We believe we can back up our
products and through constant research
and development, bring to you the best
equipment you can find.
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On this page you will find our contact
details, and locations where our staff can
be reached during business hours.
After hours, you can e-mail us and expect
a reply the following morning.
Please read this manual in its entirety
before you operate your sprayer. This will
ensure you have a trouble-free start up.
In this manual you will find the parts
listings you need should you have any
breakdowns in the future.
Bear in mind that over time, some parts
may become obsolete or be replaced
with better options. You can contact us for
alternative options if this is the case.
Contact details:
AUSTRALIA
NEW ZEALAND
Croplands Equipment Pty Ltd
ACN 006 450 184
PO Box 2441, Dry Creek
50 Cavan Road, Dry Creek
S.A. 5094
Australia
Croplands Equipment Ltd
PO Box 2004,
Stotford Lodge, Hastings 4120
FreePhone: 1800 999 162
FreeFax:
1800 623 778
FreePhone: 0800 106 898
FreeFax:
0800 117 711
Location:
1422 Omahu Road,
Hastings 4120, New Zealand
e-mail:
[email protected]
e-mail:
[email protected]
website:
www.croplands.com.au
website:
www.croplands.com.au
We trust you will get years of good use
from your Croplands Sprayer.
Yours sincerely
Sean Mulvaney
General Manager
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
General Specifications
Section 1
6000 litre Pegasus with 20.8 x 42 single wheels.
General Description &
Specifications
Tank
4000, 5000 or 6000 litre polyethylene tank
with hinged lid, filling strainer, top/bottom
fill point, large sump with drain, dual
agitators, direct chemical induction & tank
rinsing jet. Calibrated sight gauge fitted.
UV and chemical resistant finish.
Chassis
Strong, fabricated wide-rail chassis, fully
welded for maximum strength. Standard
with solid fixed-width axle. Adjustableheight drawbar hitch with cast swivel eye
and heavy duty jack-stand. Optional air
suspension axle and/or adjustable track
axle, 2.1 – 3 metres.
Wheels & tyres
18.4 x 38” on 4000 & 5000 litre models;
20.8 x 42” on 6000 litre models;
Mudguards optional (all models).
Mudflaps optional (all models).
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Pump
AR positive displacement oil-bath four
diaphragm pump, chemical resistant,
rated to 20 bar. Normal operating range
1 – 8 bar. Standard 185 l/min output (at
zero pressure), optional 250 & 280 l/min
pumps available. PTO drive standard,
hydraulic optional.
Filtration
Five filtration points: Basket (18 mesh),
Filling filter (32 mesh), Suction filter (50
mesh), Pressure filter (100 mesh), Nozzle
filters (50 or 100 mesh).
Controller & boom valves
MT3405 Microtrak fully automatic controller
fitted. Three electric (motorized) boom
section valves are fitted as standard (4, 5
or 7 optional), dump & servo fitted, Polmac
rapid-check flowmeter with in-cab console
with switches, showing spray rate and
other functions. Optional BA7000 or ZYNX
X20 system for dual line operation.
Boom & Lift
24, 28, 30, 33 & 36 metre booms are
options (model dependent). The boom is
constructed of high quality steel in a lattice
design. Finish is in epoxy-coat paint for
chemical resistance. Outer boom wings
are fitted with self-returning breakaways.
The centre boom section acts as a selfleveler, with adjustment for anti-yaw.
Boom liquid tubing is stainless steel, with
single non-drip nozzles fitted as standard.
Dual lines or triplex nozzle bodies are
optional. Boom folds hydraulically, and a
wing-lift version is offered on all models.
The parallelogram height adjuster has a
2000mm lift (2.5 metre from ground), and
is equipped with hydraulic accumulator
for boom suspension. Automatic hydraulic
boom levelling available with ZYNX X20
system controller
Chemical handling
Integrated chemical mixer/induction unit
is fitted with a drop-leg device. Options
include a chemical suction probe, envirotransfer kit and a Dosmatic injection kit.
A 30 litre hand-wash tank is also fitted
for safety.
Flushing & controls
A 340 litre flushing tank is fitted, operated
from the easy-to use control panel, located
on the left hand side of the sprayer.
Agitation
Dual supa-flow agitators are fitted. Pump
bypass also aids agitation & mixing.
Options
Hydraulic pump drive, 250 or 280 l/min
pump upgrade, 4/5/7 boom sections,
dual lines, axle width adjustment kit, airride axle kit, mudguards and mudflaps,
BA7000 controller, Induction probe,
enviro-transfer kit, filling flowmeter, foam
marker and/or GPS Guidance system,
left & right wing-lift, independent outer
wing fold kit, manual or electric fence-line
nozzles, larger wheels and tyres.
Foam Marker (if fitted)
An air-compressor runs off the pump, and
feeds the air-tank, which in turn operates
the optional high-capacity Outback Foam
Marker, which has in-cab controls. A 130
litre foam concentrate tank is fitted.
Machine specifications are subject to change without
prior notification.
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Your Sprayer's Specifications
Important Information
IMPORTANT! Tick the fitted options for your sprayer on this page for future reference.
Pegasus Options:
Tank:
Tick Your Sprayer's Options ( ✔ )
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Tick Your Sprayer's Options ( ✔ )
• 4000 ................................................................................
Adjustable tracking kit, 2-3 metre .......................
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Triplex Nozzles ...................................................................
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Wheels & tyres:
• 18.4 x 38 ......................................................................
• 20.8 x 42 ......................................................................
• 14.9 x 46 ......................................................................
Boom size:
• 24m .................................................................................
• 28m .................................................................................
• 30m .................................................................................
• 33m .................................................................................
• 36m .................................................................................
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Boom sections:
• 3-section ......................................................................
• 4-section ......................................................................
• 5-section ......................................................................
• 6-section ......................................................................
• 7-section ......................................................................
Left/right short-fold kit .................................................
Left/right wing-lift kit .....................................................
Auto boom levelling .......................................................
Air axle suspension system ....................................
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Dual spray lines .................................................................
Mudguards
Mud Flaps
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Filling flowmeter
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Chemical suction probe ..............................................
Filling pump:
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• Hydraulic drive .........................................................
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• MT3405 .........................................................................
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• Manual ..........................................................................
• Electric ..........................................................................
Pump:
• AR185 ...........................................................................
• AR250 ...........................................................................
• AR280 ...........................................................................
Pump Drive:
• PTO ................................................................................
• Hydraulic .....................................................................
Controller:
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Fence-line nozzle:
Enviro-transfer kit ............................................................
Dosmatic kit .........................................................................
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Axle & Stub Axles
(refer to "Axles & Stub Axles", Section 7 of this manual).
Foam Marker or Guidance:
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OutbackS GPS Guidance ................................. ❑
Outback Mapping ................................................... ❑
Outback 10 Foam Marker ................................. ❑
• ZYNX GPS Guidance ..........................................
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Your Product Code: ....................................................
Your Serial Number: ...................................................
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 1
Shipping Information & Product ID
(A)
Use the tie-down points provided when transporting.
6000 litre Pegasus with 20.8 x 42 single wheels.
Shipping Information Product
The following shipping information is Identification
provided but variations can occur without
Always use the serial number of the
Pegasus when requesting ser vice
information or when ordering parts.
prior notification.
Approx Weight
Model
Approx Dry Weight
4000 litre
5000 litre
6000 litre
3900 kg
4300 kg
5000 kg
(24m boom)
(30m boom)
(36m boom)
Maximum Towing Speed
Do not exceed 30 kph when towing on
roads.
Early or later models (identification made
by serial number) may use different
parts, or it may be necessary to use a
different procedure for specific service
operations.
Pegasus Serial Number
Pegasus Serial Number
Plate
The Pegasus Serial Number Plate is
located on the chassis above the hitch
adjustment (A).
This plate shows name of manufacturer,
serial number, product code and date of
manufacture.
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Pump Serial Number Plate
The Pump Serial Number Plate is located
on the pump (B).
This plate shows name of manufacturer,
serial number, type of pump, year of
manufacture, maximum flow rate and
maximum working pressure of the pump.
The serial number provides important
information about your Outback RA Marker
and may be required to obtain the correct
replacement part(s).
x H (boom folded)
4000 litre 2.6m x 7.9m x 3.3m (24m boom)
5000 litre 2.6m x 7.7m x 3.65m (30m boom)
6000 litre 3.5m x 7.7m x 3.8m (30m boom)
AR Pump Serial Number
Foam Marker Serial
Number Plate
Dimensions (Approx)
Model
(B)
Foam Marker Serial Number
The serial number plate for the marker
is located on the bottom right side of the
enclosure. It is suggested that the serial
number be recorded.
(with boom folded)
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Warranty Policy
Normal Wear
Normal wear and consumable items such as: oils and lubricants, diaphragms,
filter elements, flowmeters, clutches, bearings, fan belts, drive belts, pivot pins,
paint, light bulbs and nozzles are considered to be normal wear items and are
not warranted.
Maintenance
Component failure caused by not performing scheduled maintenance service
such as: oils, grease, failure to clean tanks, pumps, filters, spray lines, nozzles
or any other blocked components. Not tightening or replacing loose or missing
bolts, nuts, fittings, shields and covers.
Damage
Damages or machine failure caused by carelessness or accidental damage,
improper operation, excessive speed during travel and operation, inappropriate
transportation or storage of the sprayer or attachment.
Power Source
Failures due to faulty or inadequate electrical sources of power. Owners who use
their own 12 volt power source must make sure that it is suitable for operating
the spraying equipment.
Alterations
Any unauthorised alteration, modification, attachments or unauthorised repairs
to the Croplands sprayer or attachments. Written approval must be obtained from
Croplands for any such items to maintain warranty.
Removal & Installation
The time taken to remove and re-install a warranted part or component into other
brands of sprayers will not be covered by Croplands warranty. Only parts and
labour directly attributable to the repair of the Croplands unit is covered.
Clean-up Time
Croplands do not pay for cleaning the sprayer, parts, accessories or work area
before or after the warranty repair. Clean-up time is affected primarily by the
application or conditions in which the sprayer is operated and maintained. Since
clean-up time can be so variable, cleaning time should be considered a customer
expense.
Transportation
Warranty does not cover transportation or insurance costs for sprayers or other
equipment needing repair or re placement of warranted components. Nor does it
cover any freight or insurance costs in obtaining new parts or returning old parts
to Croplands for inspection purposes.
Costs
Warranty does not cover time required to diagnose a war ran ty problem.
Diagnostic time is affected greatly by the training and expertise of the technician
employed to do the job. With proper training of service personnel, diagnostic time
should be at a minimum.
Diagnostic Time
Deteriorated or failed components such as: diaphragms, O-rings, hoses, seals,
electrical wiring and connections damaged by corrosive chemicals, dirt and
sand, excessive heat or moisture. Owners should en sure the type and strength
of chemicals used in the sprayer are compatible with the design of the unit.
Croplands expects that Dealers will assign a well trained and proficient
technician to handle any warranty repairs. Since Croplands is not in control of
either of these responsibilities, we elect not to cover diagnostic time.
Non-Genuine Parts
Use of parts other than Croplands parts for repair of war rant ed parts will
automatically negate any warranty. Warranted components must be replaced
with genuine Croplands repair parts.
Warranty determination for these types of failures will be made by Croplands
only after inspection of failed components. In most instances these will incur
inspection charges and cost of replacement parts.
Unauthorised Repairs
Repairs by an unauthorised agent will automatically forfeit any warranty. An
authorised Croplands Dealer must carry out warranty repairs.
Warranty Policy
Croplands Equipment Pty Ltd (trading as Croplands) warrants to its authorised Dealer, who in turn, warrants to the
original purchaser (Owner) that each new Croplands’ sprayer, part or accessory will be free from proven defects
in material and workmanship for twelve (12) months from the date of delivery to the first Owner according to the
conditions outlined. This warranty does not cover damages resulting from abuse, accidents, alterations, normal
wear or failure to maintain or use the Croplands product with due care.
During the warranty period, the authorised Croplands Dealer shall repair or replace, at Croplands option, without
charge for parts and labour any part of the Croplands product, which fails because of defects in material or
workmanship. The Owner must provide the authorised Dealer with prompt written notice of the defect (within 14
days of its occurrence), and allow reasonable time for replacement or repair. Repair may, at Croplands option,
include the replacement of parts with functionally equivalent reconditioned or new parts. Replacement parts will
be warranted for the balance of the original warranty period or for ninety (90) days, which ever is longer. Croplands
(at its option) may request failed parts to be returned to the factory. Any travel time of a service technician and/or
transportation of the Croplands product to the authorised servicing Dealer for warranty work are the responsibility
of the Owner.
EXCLUSIVE EFFECT OF WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF
ALL WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PURPOSE OR OTHER REPRESENTATIONS,
WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED. The remedies of the Owner set forth herein are
exclusive. CROPLANDS neither assumes nor authorises any person to assume for it any other obligation or liability in
connection with the sale of covered machines. Correction of defects, in the manner and for applicable period of time
provided above, shall constitute fulfillment of all responsibilities of CROPLANDS to the Owner, and CROPLANDS
shall not be liable for negligence under contract or in any manner with respect to such machines. IN NO EVENT
SHALL THE OWNER BE ENTITLED TO RECOVER FOR INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES SUCH AS BUT NOT LIMITED TO, LOSS OF CROPS, LOSS OF PROFITS OR REVENUE, OTHER
COMMERCIAL LOSSES, INCONVENIENCE OR COST OF RENTAL OR REPLACEMENT EQUIPMENT.
Conditions of Warranty
1. The warranty is not transferable.
2. The Warranty Registration Form must be returned to Croplands by the Owner Operator within 14 days of taking
delivery of the unit. Only when warranty registration is completed and returned, can Croplands fulfill all warranty
obligations.
3. Schedule of components and conditions not covered by warranty are:
Abuse
Environmental Conditions
and Application
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Important Information
Failure resulting from neglect, such as improper operation, lack of required
maintenance or continued use of a sprayer after the discovery of a defect which
results in greater damage to the unit.
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Pre-Delivery Check List
Section 1
The Pre-Delivery Check List must be completed by the Dealer & signed by both the Dealer and the Owner, and the white copy returned by the Dealer to Croplands.
Tick each box to affirm completion
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Operator’s Manuals Supplied:
• Pegasus Parts & Operators Manual .........
Trailer
• Undamaged ......................................................
• Hitch height adjusted .....................................
• Hitch Jack lubricated ......................................
• Axle adjustment bolts tight (if applicable)
• Axle nut adjustment, split pin in place ......
• Check mudguards ...........................................
• Check paint .......................................................
Wheel Hubs:
• Greased .............................................................
• Bearings adjusted ...........................................
• Split pin and dust caps in place .................
• Wheel nuts tight ...............................................
• Check tyre pressure .......................................
Tank
• Undamaged ......................................................
• Agitators adjusted correctly .........................
• Check main lid opens and seals
shut correctly ....................................................
• Basket strainer in place .................................
Check All Tank Fittings Are Sealed
• Agitators .............................................................
• Sump outlets .....................................................
• Tank rinse nozzle ............................................
Boom & Lift Device
• Undamaged ......................................................
• Check hydraulic height adjustment ...........
• Check boom mounting bolts tight ..............
• Unfold the boom, and ....................................
• Align wing sections ..................................
• Align wing extensions .............................
• Align balancing device ...........................
• Adjust sliding surfaces ...........................
• Grease the lift ..................................................
• Check gas accumulators ..............................
• Check nozzle spacings .................................
• Check nozzle mountings tight ....................
• Check all pins in place ..................................
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• Lubricate boom hinge points ......................
• Fold boom to transport position, and
• Check transport cradles ........................
• Check that hoses are not kinked or
jammed on folding ...................................
7 Power Drive
(a) PTO
• Check quick release pins operate
easily and lock into place .............................
• Check universal joints work correctly ......
• Adjust PTO length to suit tractor ...............
• Grease telescopic sliding shaft ..................
• Grease universal joints .................................
• Ensure safety shields are in place .............
• Ensure safety chains are securely fitted ..
(b) Hydraulic Pump Drive & Filling Pump
(if fitted)
• Check pressure & return lines are
identified for Hydraulic pump drive .........
• Check revs set correctly for hydraulic
pump drive ..............................................
• Check liquid pump operates correctly ....
• Check filling pump operation &
control tap ...............................................
8 Pump
• Check mountings ............................................
• Check oil level ..................................................
• Check air chamber pressure 70-100kPa (10-15 psi) ..................................
• Check operation ..............................................
9 Suction Lines
• Undamaged ......................................................
• Hoses - no kinks or restrictions .................
• All joins sealed (no air leaks) ......................
• Filter clean & sealed ......................................
10 Pressure Lines
• Undamaged ......................................................
• Hoses - no kinks or restrictions .................
• All hoses sealed (no leakages) ..................
• Filter clean & sealed ......................................
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11 Nozzles
• Undamaged ......................................................
• Nozzle filters clean .........................................
• Nozzles correct type throughout ...............
• Nozzle caps sealed (no leakages) ...........
• Non-drip diaphragms working ....................
• Check fenceline sprayer operation ...........
12 Agitation
• Check both agitators work ...........................
• Check hoses are properly sealed .............
13 Bottom-Fill (Spray/Flush Tanks)
• Check bottom-fill operates ...........................
• Filter clean & sealed ......................................
• Check hoses properly sealed .....................
• Check caps & plugs in place ......................
14 Chem-E-Flush
• Check unit is undamaged ............................
• Check hoses/fittings seal correctly ...........
• Check Chem-E-Flush operation ................
15 Chemical Probe (if ordered)
• Undamaged ......................................................
• Check fittings seal correctly ........................
• Check probe operation .................................
• Check caps & plugs in place .....................
16 Automatic Controller
• Check installation ...........................................
• Check battery connection ............................
• Calibrate controller .........................................
• Fully check controller operation .................
17 Fresh Water & Flushing Tanks
• Undamaged .....................................................
• Check fittings ...................................................
• Check operation .............................................
18 Main Control & Drain Valves
• Check there are no leaks ............................
• Check all valves open & close easily ......
19 Foam Marker
• Check foam tank mountings .......................
• Check battery connection ...........................
• Hoses - no kinks or restrictions .................
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• All joins sealed (no air leaks) .....................
• Check filters are clean .................................
• Check foam marker & in-cab control
operation ...........................................................
Air-Ride Axle
• Check air reservoir pressure ......................
• Set air suspension ride height ..................
GPS Guidance
• Check operation .............................................
Enviro-Transfer Kit
• Check operation .............................................
Decals
• Check all decals are in place .....................
OWNER:
Farmer
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Contractor
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Owner's Name: (Print)
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Address: ..................................................................
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Phone: .....................................................................
Mobile: .....................................................................
Email: ......................................................................
Signature of Owner
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Date: .............................
DEALER:
Dealership Name: (Print)
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Address: ..................................................................
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Signature of Dealer Representative
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Date: .............................
Third Copy (Blue) - Owner’s Copy.
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Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Warranty Registration
Section 1
Warranty Registration: The Owner acknowledges that the Owner has read & understood all terms & conditions of the Croplands' warranty policy contained in this manual.
The warranty policy will commence upon installation.
This Warranty Registration must be completed & signed by both the Owner & the Dealer, & the white copy returned by the Dealer to Croplands.
Implement Type: ........................................................................
OWNER:
DEALER:
Model: .............................................................................................
Owner's Name: (Print)
Dealership Name: (Print)
Size: .................................................................................................
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Product Code: ...........................................................................
Address: .....................................................................................
Address: ....................................................................................
Serial No: ......................................................................................
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Purchase Date: ...........................................................................
............................................................ Postcode: ......................
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Pre-Delivery Completion Date: ...........................................
Phone: .................................... Mobile: ....................................
Phone: .................................... Mobile: ....................................
IMPORTANT:
By executing this Warranty Registration:
Email: ..........................................................................................
Email: ..........................................................................................
Signature of Owner:
Signature of Dealer Representative:
1 The Owner:
(a) Agrees that the Owner will read the Operator’s
Manual before using the Sprayer; will follow all
procedures in the operator’s manual for the
use of the Sprayer, and will exercise due care
in the use of the Sprayer;
(b) Agrees that Croplands' liability for any loss or
damage suffered by the Owner in connection
with the Owner’s use of the Sprayer is limited
to the cost of repair or replacement of the
Sprayer;
(c) Agrees that the Owner will bear any loss the
Owner suffers as a consequence of any
failure by the Owner to comply with 1.1 above;
(d) Acknowledges that the owner is trained and is
fully responsible for the safe and correct
operation of the Sprayer; and
(e) Agrees that the Owner will fully train any
person who might be required to operate the
Sprayer as to how to operate the Sprayer in a
safe and proper manner.
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Date: ...............................................
2 The Dealer undertakes that the Dealership has met
the obligations of Sprayer pre-delivery, installation,
service and warranty start up.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Owner's Machinery Register: (This information will assist us in providing first class back-up and parts service)
1 Type of purchaser (please tick):
❑ Owner/Farmer ❑ Share Farmer
❑ Contractor
2 Major activities (please number in order of importance):
❑ Sheep
❑ Nuts
❑ Nurseries
❑ Vineyards
❑ Beef
❑ Vegetables
❑ Fruit Trees
❑ Council/Govt
❑ Cereal Grain
❑ Flowers
❑ Parks & Lanes
❑ Other
❑ Cotton
❑ Dairy
❑ Sugar Cane
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4 What are your reasons for purchasing the Croplands Sprayer? .......................................................................................
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5 What other Croplands' machinery do you currently use?
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Size
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Second Copy (Yellow) - Dealer’s Copy;
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Third Copy (Blue) - Owner’s Copy.
1.9
1.10
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Pre-Operation
Section 2
Safety
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
2.2
Hook-up
2.10
Un-hook
2.19
Main Controls & Functions
2.20
Pre-Operation Check
2.21
2.1
Safety
Pre-Operation
The following publications provide
information on the safe use and
maintenance of the Pegasus and
attachments:
Safety is the
Operator’s
Responsibility
The Pegasus is designed to meet the
most demanding farming conditions,
where large areas, uneven terrain, and
weather-controlled deadlines set the
toughest challenges.
The Pegasus is capable of spraying a
wide range of pesticides and fungicides
and the operator must be aware of the
hazards associated with the Pegasus
operation.
The dealer explains the capabilities,
application and restrictions of the
Pegasus.
The dealer demonstrates the safe
operation of the Pegasus according to
Croplands instruction material, which
are also available to operator.
• The Operator’s Manual delivered
with the Pegasus gives operating
information, as well as routine
maintenance and service
procedures. It is a part of the
Pegasus and must stay with the
machine when it is sold.
• Replacement Operator’s Manuals
can be ordered from your
Croplands dealer, Pegasus Part
No. BT-POM 1203.
• The Pegasus has machine signs
(decals) which instruct on the
safe operation and care. The
signs and their locations are
shown in the Operator’s Manual.
Replacement signs are available
from your Croplands dealer (as
shown on pages 2.4, 2.5, 2.6).
The dealer can also identify unsafe
modifications or use of unapproved
attachments.
Safe Operation
Needs a Qualified
Operator
A Qualified Operator Must
Do the Following:
1 Understand the
Written Instructions, Rules
& Regulations
• The written instructions from
Croplands are included in the
Pegasus Operation &
Maintenance Manual and on
machine decals.
• Check the rules and regulations
at your location. The rules may
include any Federal and State
safety requirements for the
chemical applicator.
2 Have Training with Actual
Operation
• Operator training must consist of
a demonstration & verbal
instruction. This training is given
by your dealer before the
Pegasus is delivered.
Farm Owner
Operations Manager
• The new operator must start in an
area without bystanders and use
all the controls until they can
operate the Pegasus safely all
conditions of the work area.
Machinery
Dealer/Manufacturer
Spray Parts Retailer
2.2
Spray Operator
Spray Contractor
Agronomist
Chemical Supplier
Chemical Company
Accredited Trainer
3 Know The Work Conditions
• The operator must know any
prohibited uses or work areas.
They need to know about
excessive slopes and rough
terrain.
• Wear protective clothing as
recommended by the chemical
manufacturer. Always wear safety
goggles when maintaining or
servicing Pegasus.
• For an operator to be qualified,
they must not use drugs or
alcoholic drinks which impair
alertness or coordination while
working.
An operator who is taking
prescription drugs must get
medical advice to determine if
they can safely operate a
machine.
NOTE
There are accredited training programmes for
spray application in each state. We recommend
all operators have accredited training.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 2
Safety
Rules for Safe
Pegasus Operation
• Always read your sprayer operator’s
manual thoroughly before operating.
Accidents occur every year because
of careless use of farm chemicals
and farm machinery. You can avoid
these hazards by observing these
safety instructions.
• Dispose of all chemical containers as
per instructions on label. Failure to
do so could result in contaminating
the environment with chemicals.
• Inspect hose and hose connections
daily. Always wear rubber gloves
when tightening connections.
Damaged, loose or worn hoses could
result in operator being
exposed to toxic chemicals which
could result in serious illness or faulty
sprayer operation.
• Always use the proper application
rate. To assure proper application
rate calibrate sprayer correctly.
The wrong application rate of a
pesticide concentration that is too
high may expose the operator and
the environment to danger.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
• Follow the chemical manufacturer’s
precautions before cleaning the
sprayer. Exposure to chemicals could
result in serious illness or death.
• Always wear gloves and wash the
machine before doing any
disassembly repair work. Chemical
residues on the machine parts could
contaminate operator or service
personnel causing serious illness.
• Always relieve system pressure
before doing any work on the
machine. Failure to do so could cause
operator to be exposed to high
pressure spray of chemical resulting
in serious injury or machine damage.
• Always be sure all guards are
properly installed on machine before
operating. Failure to do so could
result in entanglement in moving
parts resulting in serious injury to
operator.
• Always keep PTO guard in place
when sprayer is operating. Failure
to do this might result in
entanglement.
• Be sure to disconnect the battery
before attempting welding repairs.
• Always wear relatively tight and
belted clothing to avoid entanglement
in moving parts. Failure to do so
could result in serious injury.
• Always stay out from under the
sprayer unless it is resting on the
ground or supported on solid blocks.
Hydraulics or jacks could fail letting
the sprayer fall. This could result in
pinning or crushing of personnel.
• Check the entire sprayer, prior
to each use, for any loose bolts
or mechanical connections. These
precautions can prevent injury to
personnel and damage to equipment.
• Only inflate tyres to rated pressures.
Over inflating causes tyres to burst
resulting in serious injury.
• Use only genuine Croplands parts
for any necessary replacement.
Special alloy steels are used in
many parts which are important to
the equipment design. Home made
parts may look the same but might be
dangerous in operation.
• Do not ride on machine when in
motion. This is an unsafe practice
and can lead to serious injury should
the rider fall from the machine.
• Always replace warning decals when
damaged and make certain operator
understands proper safety practices.
• Always stand well clear of sprayer
when operating. The sprayer is
capable of spraying chemicals 20-30
metres from the boom which may be
hazardous to humans.
• Do not disconnect any hoses nozzles
or filters while sprayer is operating.
Disconnecting components while
under pressure will result in
uncontrolled spray discharge which
may be hazardous to humans.
• Always clean the Pegasus and
disconnect the battery before doing
any welding repairs. Cover rubber
hoses, and all other flammable parts.
Keep a fire extinguisher near the
Pegasus when welding. Have good
ventilation when grinding or welding
painted parts. Wear dust mask when
grinding painted parts. Toxic dust
or gas can be produced.
2.3
Safety
Pre-Operation
Make sure all boom safety decals are
clear and in place. Replace them if
damaged
Danger of arms crushing.
This area must be kept clear
during equipment operation.
Danger of body crushing.
This area must be kept clear
during equipment operation.
Danger of body crushing.
This area must be kept clear
during equipment operation.
do not stand within range of
boom arms
Danger of PTO
entanglement.
This is a common injury in
farming. Ensure PTO covers are always in place.
2.4
Rules for Safe Use of
Chemicals
• Always read the label before
using chemicals. Follow instructions
from chemical manufacturer on how
to select, use and handle each
chemical. Note protection information
each time before opening the
container.
• Always observe all warnings on
chemical products. Failure to do so
could result in operator or
others being exposed to toxic
chemicals which could result in
serious illness. Remember chemical
manufacturers go to much research
and expense to develop labels for
your protection.
• Be sure you recognise the categories
of toxicity and their key words.
• Verbal warnings must be given if
written warnings cannot be
understood by workers.
• Do not spill chemicals on skin
or clothing. If chemicals are spilled,
remove contaminated clothing
immediately and wash skin (and
clothing) thoroughly with soap and
water.
Wash hands and face with soap
and water and change clothing after
spraying. Wash clothing each day
before reuse.
• The spray tank and system should be
emptied of chemical mixture
and flushed with clean water before
servicing the spray system
or spraying components. Clean the
Pegasus of all chemical residue
before servicing.
• Avoid inhaling chemicals. When
directed on the label, wear protective
clothing, face shield or goggles.
• Never smoke while spraying or
handling chemicals.
• If symptoms of illness occurs during
or shortly after spraying, call a
physician or go to a hospital
immediately.
• Follow label directions and advice
to keep residues on edible portions of
plants within the limits permitted by
law.
• Keep chemicals out of the reach
of children, pets and unauthorised
personnel. Store them outside of the
home, away from food and feed and
lock them in a secure area.
• Keep bystanders away from spray
drift.
• Always store chemicals in original
containers and keep them tightly
closed. Never keep them in anything
but the original containers.
Read labels for hazards about
chemical reaction with certain types
of metals.
• Cover food and water containers
when spraying around livestock or pet
areas.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 2
Safety
Decals - Please order replacements if required
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
2.5
Safety
Pre-Operation
Decals - Please order replacements if required
2.6
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 2
Safety must be an Integral Part of
Chemical Farming Operations
• Not Just an After Thought!
The Hazard
All agricultural chemicals or pesticides, as
they are commonly called, are biologically
active. When handled incorrectly or
carelessly, they can be dangerous to all
living organisms such as humans, birds,
fish, bees, domestic animals and plants.
Method of Pesticide Entry
☞ Oral - Direct by drinking,
splashing into mouth,eating
and smoking with contaminated
hands, eating sprayed produce,
cleaning nozzles with mouth.
☞ Inhalation - Nose, mouth, but
predominately the lungs.
☞ Dermal - Absorption through the
skin. Increased when skin is
broken or perspiring.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Safety
Rate of Absorption
While pesticides are absorbed more
completely orally and by inhalation,
greater exposure and more poisonings
occur through skin (dermal) contact.
Hazard and Chance of
Poisoning
The hazard and chance of poisoning is
much higher when handling pesticides in
concentrate form than in the dilute form.
Safe Handling
Know your Pesticides:
☞ STOP!! Read the label
☞ Is it the right pesticide?
☞ What is its poisons schedule or
toxicity?
☞ What safety precautions are
required?
☞ What is its persistence and
withholding period?
☞ What is its mode of action?
☞ Will it be a hazard to neighbouring
crops and people?
☞ What protective clothing and
equipment is needed?
☞ Know the correct first aid/safety in
case of poisoning.
☞ Seek medical advice if health is
affected by chemicals.
Mixing the Product
☞ Reduce or eliminate operator
contact by using closed loading
systems, auto fillers, wettable
powder mixtures or wettable
dispersable granules.
☞ Use the right protective clothing
when handling the concentrate.
The user is at greatest risk when
handling chemical in concentrate
form.
☞ Open bags carefully. Cut to open,
do not tear.
☞ Do not stir chemicals with hands
or arms.
☞ Choose the mixing site carefully &
the fate of the probable residues.
☞ Do not mix more spray solution
than is needed and avoid
needless disposal of unwanted
chemicals.
Plan your Spray Route
☞ Observe weather conditions,
especially wind direction & speed.
☞ Try to travel across wind and into
untreated crop.
☞ Prevent double or over spraying.
☞ Prevent or minimise drift onto
other crops, workers, etc.
Disposal of Unwanted
Pesticides and Containers
☞ Calibrate correctly to ensure you
do not have a large quantity of
unwanted spray left over.
☞ Rinse empty containers and pour
residue into the spray tank.
☞ Dispose of containers in the
correct manner and where
provided, use pesticide drum
disposal schemes.
2.7
Safety
Pre-Operation
Croplands Breathable
Spray Suits are
especially designed
and ideally suited to our
climatic conditions. They
provide greater protection
than ordinary fabric and
disposable overalls.
Fresh water on the sprayer for personal safety.
Decontamination
☞ Change out of protective clothing
and shower as soon as possible
after spraying.
☞ Wash before eating, drinking or
smoking.
☞ Provide clean water at filling site
and on sprayer in case of field
contamination.
☞ Wash and clean respirators
regularly.
Keep Sprayers and Safety Equipment
in Good Working Condition
☞ Replace hoses and fittings when
they leak.
☞ Clean sprayer regularly.
☞ Replace respirator filters regularly.
☞ Do not use worn, faulty or
contaminated safety equipment.
2.8
1, 3, 5 litre measuring jugs & 25 litre mixing bucket.
Storage
☞ Store pesticides in a locked, well
ventilated store.
☞ Do not pour pesticides into other
containers, especially not drink
containers.
Pesticide Free Tractor
Cabs
☞ Ensure the cab filter is adequate
for the pesticide used.
☞ Be careful not to contaminate the
cabin environment.
☞ Cabin filters alone are not
adequate when the operator is
required to leave the cab to refill
the sprayer. Safety equipment
used outside the cab should not
be stored in the cab.
Kasco helmet, Breathable spray suit & gloves.
Protective Safety
Equipment
The amount and type of protective clothing
and equipment is determined by the
type of chemicals, degree and duration
of exposure, weather conditions and
application equipment used.
Read and follow the direction on the
label.
Over protection can be uncomfortable and
unnecessary.
A respirator left hanging around your neck
is useless.
Measuring
☞ Croplands’ calibrated, easypour
1, 3 and 5 litre measuring jugs
and 25 litre chemical mixing
bucket are practical, easy to
clean, U.V. resistant and chemical
resistant.
Respirator, Breathable spray suit & gloves.
Clothing
☞ Cover as much of the body as
possible, especially the neck,
chest and forearms. Use
washable fabric overalls,
disposable overalls or preferably
water proof clothing especially
when coming in contact with
large quantities of pesticides.
Wear the trouser legs outside the
boots.
Gloves and Boots
☞ Never use leather or cloth
materials because they absorb
pesticides and provide a constant
source of contamination. Gloves
should be un-lined for this reason.
Croplands Nitrile Chemical Handling
Gloves are recommended.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 2
Safety
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Safety goggles for eye protection.
Head & Face
☞ Hard hats, washable hats,
goggles, spray helmets and face
shields are important when
handling concentrates.
Croplands Spray Goggles feature sealed,
anti-fog, double lens goggles for practical,
comfortable eye protection. Croplands
Kasco Spray Hood is fully approved by
D.I.R.
Respirators
☞ Choose the correct type and have
the correct cartridge fitted.
Replace cartridges regularly and
write the date on each cartridge.
Ensure there is an adequate fit to
the face.
Croplands' respirators are recommended
for most spraying applications.
Respirator.
Sample of Agrichemical Manual.
Operator Safety
Spraying Precautions
When handling pesticides, always use
elbow-length gloves, long clothes and
above all, a respirator.
Agricultural chemicals applied under
unfavourable weather conditions or from
poorly adjusted and operated equipment
can cause damage due to run-off and/or
drift problems.
If you and your clothing become
contaminated with spray, DO NOT
WORK ON.
Stop work, remove clothing and wash
affected areas thoroughly with soap and
water. Put fresh clothing on before starting
again.
Ensure that con tam i nat ed clothing is
washed thoroughly before being used
again.
Don’t guess when choosing protective
equipment. Feel free to call Croplands
and make use of our safety database
for comprehensive information on safety,
handling and storage exposure levels,
symptoms, health effects, first aid and
personal protection.
Crops and pastures are more susceptible
to spray drift of herbicides while people,
stock and water supplies are generally
more susceptible to insecticide drift.
Pollution, crop damage and the potential
health hazards are something agriculture
can ill afford. It is simply not acceptable ,
socially or environmentally.
Additionally, pesticide which drifts or runs
Off the target reduces the efficiency of the
pesticide on the target. Spray failures are
a waste of money and effort.
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☞ Be SURE the equipment is
functioning correctly. Check that
nozzles are in good condition.
Check all other aspects of
machine operation are correct.
☞ Be SURE pesticides are mixed
thoroughly and according to the
label.
☞ Be SURE the recommended
registered pesticide is used for
the job at hand.
☞ Be SURE pesticides are applied
at recommended rates.
☞ Be SURE only target plants are
sprayed.
☞ Be SURE to follow the safety
precautions on the label.
NOTE
A full agri-chemical manual is available in
Australia and New Zealand. Talk to your local
Agronomist for more information.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
2.9
Hook-up
Pre-Operation
The Pegasus is fully assembled at the factory.
Assembly
Instructions
The Pegasus is fully assembled when
shipped from the factory except for the
PTO shaft (as the standard option).
The air-axle suspension, if fitted, should be
inflated before setting up the hitch height
- see instructions on page 2.18.
If your particular machine has a hydraulicdrive for the pump instead of a PTO
shaft, please read the set-up procedure
instructions for the hydraulic drive carefully
(see page 2.14).
Adjust the hitch jack until the work platform is level.
Connect the
Pegasus to the
Tractor
1 Connect the Pegasus
Hitch to the Tractor
Seven steps are initially required to hook
up the Pegasus to your tractor.
1 Check the Pegasus is level fore and
aft. The working platform of the
sprayer should be level.
1. Connect the Pegasus hitch to the
drawbar and connect safety chains.
(see following procedure.)
2. Fit the PTO shaft, if this is supplied
(see pages 2.11, 2.12).
3. Connect hydraulic hoses for the
boom/height adjuster, and for the
hydraulic-drive for your pump if this
option is fitted (see pages 2.13, 2.14).
4. Fit the Spray-rate controller (see
page 2.16).
To connect the Pegasus hitch to a suitable
tractor:
If not, adjust the hitch up or down
using the hitch jack until the work
platform is level.
Remove the pin adjust the hitch height as required.
To adjust the hitch height:
a) Using the front and/or rear pins
that hold the adjustable hitch
in place, adjust the hitch to the
correct angle and height to match
your tractor drawbar (see above).
b) Ensure the pins are correctly reinstalled after adjustment is
complete (see below).
2 Align the Pegasus hitch with the
tractor drawbar.
If the Pegasus hitch is higher or
lower than the tractor drawbar,
adjust the height of the Pegasus
hitch to match the tractor drawbar
height.
Ensure the pins are correctly reinstalled.
5. Fit the Foam marker controller (see
page 2.17).
6. Connect all power leads direct to the
battery (see page 2.18).
7. Activate the air-bag suspension (if
fitted) & check pressure (see page
2.18).
2.10
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Hook-up
Section 2
Unpin and lift up the lift jack base.
3 Insert the drawbar pin & lock the
retaining pin in position to ensure the
pin cannot come out while
transporting or operating.
4 Connect the safety chains to the
tractor chassis or drawbar.
5 Fold up the hitch jack:
Correctly fit the PTO shaft to the Pegasus.
2 Fit the PTO Shaft
This section is not applicable to any
Pegasus fitted with a hydraulic pump drive
option (If fitted, go to step 3, page 2.15).
The standard fitted PTO shaft has been
fully tested at the factory and packed for
transit.
3 Measure and fit the PTO to the
Pegasus ensuring the locking pin
is correctly located.
Be sure to read, understand and
follow instructions on page 2.12,
“The important factors for fitting
the PTO shaft”.
a) Wind up the jack with the handle,
To fit PTO shaft:
4 Grease the universal joins and
telescoping shafts.
b) Push the release button and lift
the foot-plate right up to the bottom
of the chassis for full clearance.
1 Remove the PTO shaft which is
strapped to the Pegasus platform.
5 Fit the PTO to the Pegasus ensuring
the locking pin is correctly located.
2 Check the PTO shaft has not been
damaged in transit.
6 Before operating the drive shaft, be
sure that all safety guards and chains
are securely in place.
When in position, release the
button to lock it into position
Pin the lift jack into position.
CAUTION
Incorrect fitting of PTO shaft will result in
excessive pump vibration, and will likely damage
the PTO and pump prematurely.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
2.11
Hook-up
Pre-Operation
Pivot point of tow hitch
centred between
PTO universal joints
Make sure shaft ends
do not butt up.
(Do not cut shafts too long)
Minimum shaft
contact length
of 300mm (12")
(Do not cut shaft
too short)
Make sure shaft ends
do not butt up.
(Do not cut shafts too long)
Standard PTO
Maximum
Operating Angle
25°
Tractor hitch
Sprayer
hitch
Maximum Intermittent
Turning Angle
On Standard PTO shafts, it is recommended that the drawbar pin connecting the tractor & Pegasus should be as close
as possible, between the two universal joints of the PTO shaft.
Important Factors when
Fitting the PTO Shaft
The following three factors must be
correct to avoid pump damage and
maximise PTO operating life:
1 When travelling straight ahead, the
point at which the sprayer drawbar
pin is joined to the tractor should be
as close to centre as possible,
between the universal joints of a
Standard PTO shaft, as illustrated.
2 When the tractor is towing the
sprayer straight ahead, the two
telescopic sections of the power
take-off shaft are at maximum
extension.
When turning or crossing an
inversion, the telescopic shaft
sections close up.
Standard PTO Operating Limits
3 The height difference between the
tractor PTO spline and the PTO
spline of Pegasus should not be
more than 100mm.
This ensures PTO joint angles are
approx equal and do not exceed
limits. If greater than 100mm, a wide
angle (constant velocity) PTO should
be used. See Hitch height adjustment
instructions on page ?.
IMPORTANT: Do not allow more than 10%
difference in the two halves of drawbar length. If
more than 10% difference occurs, a wide angle
shaft must be used.
2.12
Heed the Operating Limits
of the Standard PTO Shaft
The standard Pegasus is fitted with a
STANDARD PTO shaft.
The maximum inter mittent tur ning
angles of the Standard PTO shaft is only
recommended where should not exceed
45° turning angle of the PTO.
Standard PTO Operating Limits
The tractor is then able to make
maximum turns with minimal
bending of the universals.
NOTE
45°
Maximum spline height
difference 100mm (approx)
for Standard PTO shafts
CAUTION
Ensure that the drive shaft is the correct length to
avoid any "butt up" damage to the pump.
CAUTION
Pump warranty is not valid for damage caused
by incorrect PTO shaft mounting.
max. 100mm
A
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Drawbar pivot midway
O
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Hook-up
Section 2
Boom lift hoses
Boom
fold/unfold
hoses
Boom fold hose connection.
3 Connect Hydraulic Hoses to the
Tractor
The standard Pegasus Compact Boom provides simultaneous
unfolding of boom sections and hydraulic lift adjustment of boom
height.
Prior to connecting your boom hydraulic hoses, remove the
boom lock-plate (see pic). This plate is in place for transport to
your dealer from the Croplands' factory.
Standard hose connectors for boom lift and fold.
Connect the boom hydraulic hoses to the
tractor, namely:
Boom lift shown in raised and lowered position.
a) Boom fold hoses.
b) Boom parallelogram lift hoses.
c) If fitted, connect the hoses for the
wing lift (optional) - see following
pages.
d) If fitted, connect the hoses for the
hydraulic pump drive (optional) see following pages.
Prior to operating remove the boom lock-plate (in position).
WARNING
Prior to operating the boom hydraulics, remove
the boom lock-plate as shown on right.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
2.13
Pre-Operation
Electric/hydraulic valves.
3a Electric/Hydraulic
Valves
If your sprayer is fitted with wing-lift,
and/or independent outer wing fold, the
hydraulic system on the sprayer consists
of electric over hydraulic valves to enable
all functions to be operated from one set
of hydraulic remotes.
1 Hook up the hydraulic hoses to the
tractor remotes.
Connect electric/hydraulic console cables at rear of
tractor.
3 Ensure the power leads are
connected to the battery terminals
(See page 2.18 "auxilary power
leads").
Hydraulic drive pump.
If your sprayer is fitted with a
hydraulic pump drive, connect the
hydraulic hoses to the tractor
remotes.
4 Connect black trailer plugs at rear of
tractor (see pictures above & below).
Hose marked with cable-tie is for the PRESSURE line.
3b Hydraulic Pump Drive
Set-up
Open Centre System
1 If your pump is fitted with a hydraulic
pump-drive, connect the hydraulic
pressure and return lines to your
tractor remote.
Once the boom & lift hydraulic
system is hooked up correctly,
test the boom functions with the
tractor running. Ensure your working/
testing area is clear of bystanders.
2 Install the electric/hydraulic control
console in the cab in a suitable
location.
Electric/hydraulic control console.
NOTE
NOTE
Please read the following page to ensure you
know if your tractor has open or closed centre
hydraulics.
Ensure the marked hydraulic line is designated
as your pressure line (see pic above)
This is VERY IMPORTANT to ensure your pump
drive works correctly.
2.14
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 2
Hook-up
Speed adjustment flow-control valve.
2 Open the speed adjustment flowcontrol valve fully by winding it out
anti-clockwise – this must be done
prior to engaging your hydraulics
3 Engage the hydraulic control in the
cab of the tractor
4 Close the speed adjustment flowcontrol valve slowly by turning it
clockwise until the desired RPM of
the pump is reached. Ensure the
RPM DO NOT exceed 540.
Closed Centre System
Leave the control valve closed on the
pump and adjust from the tractor to
reach the desired speed.
Do no exceed 540 RPM.
NOTE
Consult your Croplands dealer if you require
assistance with determining pump RPM.
The dealer will be able to calibrate this using an
RPM meter or rev counter.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Open Centre vs Closed
Centre Hydraulics
Closed Centre (Pressure
Compensated) Systems.
For the best operation of your hydraulicdrive Diaphragm pump or hydraulic-drive
filling pump, there are some adjustments
that can be made by your dealer on your
tractor hydraulics for best performance
& lower heat generation to protect your
tractor.
The closed centre pressure-compensated
system has a variable displacement pump
which will deliver flow at the necessary rate
to maintain a specified pressure.
In general terms, there are three systems,
which are described below:
Open Centre Systems
In an open centre system, the hydraulic
pump on the tractor puts out a constant
flow. If the pump puts out more oil than the
hydraulic-drive motor can use, a portion
of the oil must be bypassed around the
motor.
When the oil is bypassed around a loop
and does no work, the energy put into it
by the pump turns into heat. Therefore, the
amount of oil bypassed should be kept to
a minimum.
Tractor adjustments may be necessary,
consult your dealer if you are unsure.
It is best to have the pump operating at
around 1800 to 2100 psi with the relatively
low-flow hydraulic drive motor fitted to the
Pegasus (if fitted).
Tractor adjustments may be necessary,
consult your dealer if you are unsure.
Closed Centre Load Sensing
Systems (Flow and Pressure
Compensating).
The closed centre flow-compensated
system is a variation of the pressurecompensated system, designed primarily
for more efficient operation and the
generation of less heat.
It works on the principle of maintaining a
constant pressure drop from the pump to
the work port of the selector valve.
Any variation in the demand at the motor
will cause a change in flow.
The system senses this change in flow
due to the change in pressure drop
across the valve, and causes the pump
to compensate by varying the pump flow.
No restrictor is required in the pressure
line and no oil is bypassed.
Check with your dealer to see if your
tractor has this system.
2.15
Hook-up
MT3405 Controller standard.
4 Fit the Spray Controller
The Spray Controller has been fitted and
fully tested at the factory but has been
disconnected and packed for transit.
To fit the Spray Controller:
Pre-Operation
Connect the leads of the Controller to loom.
2 Connect the leads at the rear of the
Spray Controller (shown connected).
3 Fit the Spray Controller console into
the tractor cab in a convenient and
safe location for the operator.
Connect the main loom couplings.
4 Connect and lock together the main
loom couplings at the rear
of the tractor.
1 Unpack the Spray Controller and
cables.
Dual lines on the boom.
Dual Line Option
(See page 3.24 for more information)
If you have chosen dual lines to be fitted
to your sprayer, you will be familiar with
the use of this option on your Pegasus
sprayer.
In general terms, there are usually two
reasons to have dual lines fitted:
NOTE
NOTE
Ensure any colour coded cable-ties on the looms
are matched.
The male plug has locating holes so it can be
mounted on the rear of the cab. Likewise, if you
have an electric/hydraulic control console for
a wing-lift boom; it is recommended the black
trailer plug also be fixed next to the main loom
connector (see page 2.14).
If the ZYNX X20 controller is fitted, refer to the X20
Instruction manual for installation guidelines and
connection diagrams.
Ensure dust caps are fitted to the Controller cable
couplings when disconnected.
Lock the Controller couplings together.
1 To increase the boom output using
the same speed setting
by introducing a second boom
line - this negates the need to change
nozzles to perform this task, and;
2 To increase the speed range available
for your sprayer by having the second
boom line cut in/out at a given speed.
Dual line valves at the rear of the sprayer.
NOTE
For operating instructions for the model of spray
controller you have been supplied, refer to the
controller manual supplied seperately.
2.16
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 2
The BA7000 Manual.
For the operation of dual lines, you will
need the refer to the BA7000 or ZYNX
X20 Spray Controller manual supplied
with your Pegasus Sprayer for full
calibration and operational information.
Your BA7000 or X20 controller has been
factory set to match the nozzles you
have fitted to the Pegasus.
Hook-up
Mount the Foam Marker Controller in the cab.
Connect the 4-pin plugs of the Foam Marker Controller.
5 Fit the Foam Marker
Controller
3 Connect and lock the Foam Marker
Controller 4-pin plug and loom 4-pin
plug together.
The Foam Marker Controller has been
fitted and fully tested at the factory but
has been disconnected and packed for
transit.
4 Route the power loom from the cab to
the battery.
Connect Foam Marker.
5 Connect and lock together the Foam
Marker Controller loom couplings on
the main harness.
To fit the Foam Marker Controller:
1 Unpack the Foam Marker Controller
and cables.
2 Mount the Foam Marker Controller
in a convenient location in the tractor
cab.
A Velcro strip has been provided for
attaching it to a flat surface.
Cut the strip into four pieces, placing
two strips face to face at each end.
You are free to choose your own
hardware to secure the control box.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
2.17
Hook-up
Connect the main harness cables to the battery.
Pre-Operation
Connect the auxillary power cables to the battery (if
fitted).
6 Connect Power Leads to
the Tractor Battery
Air tank compressor.
7 Activate the Airbag
Suspension
To activate the Airbag Suspension follow
the procedure below:
Connect all power leads directly to the
battery, namely the:
1 Engage the PTO.
• Spray Controller leads
The compressor will now pressurise
the Pegasus air chamber, and
raise the chassis.
• Foam Marker Controller leads
• Electric/hydraulic control console
auxilary leads
Air chamber/tank.
Ensure air-tank drain valve is shut.
The system is fitted with a pressure
relief which automatically bleeds air
when the preset pressure is reached.
2 Remove the wooden transport
blocks from each side of the chassis
(if fitted).
WARNING
Before running the compressor for the first time,
ensure the crankcase is filled with 20-40 oil to the
CENTRE of sight glass. DO NOT OVERFILL.
Connect the Foam marker power cables to the battery
(if fitted).
WARNING
Make absolutely certain that:
• Red leads are connected to the positive
terminal, and
• Black leads are connected to the negative
terminal.
Damage can occur to units if power leads are
reversed or incorrectly fitted.
2.18
Wooden transport blocks removed (if fitted).
If the optional dipstick is fitted, DO NOT FILL
above the mark of the dipstick bottom stem. When
checking oil level with dipstick, insert dipstick in
place, DO NOT SCREW IT DOWN, lift out dipstick
and check reading. Top up, if necessary.
Change oil after the first 30 hours of running, and
every 100 hours after the initial running stage.
DO NOT USE FRICTION MODIFIED OILS,
NEGLECT WILL VOID ANY WARRANTY.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Un-hook
Section 2
Disconnect hydralulic hoses & PTO shaft.
Unhitching the
Pegasus from the
Tractor
To disconnect the Pegasus sprayer from
the tractor, follow the procedure below:
1 Ensure boom arms are in the folded
position. THIS IS IMPERATIVE FOR
THE SAFE UN-HOOKING OF THE
SPRAYER (See Warning below).
Disconnect the main loom coupling.
2 Locate the sprayer on level ground
and disconnect the:
• PTO shaft,
• Hydraulic hoses - for the boom
and/or the hydraulic pump-drive,
• All electrical looms,
• Hydraulic hoses to filling pump (if
fitted).
Unlock, unpin & wind down the hitch jack.
3 Unlock, unpin and wind down the
hitch jack.
4 Pin & lock the hitch jack into position
and, then, adjust the hitch height
using the hitch jack.
5 Unlock and remove the tractor
drawbar pin.
NOTE
Steps above must be performed on level
ground.
WARNING
Boom arms MUST be in the folded position prior
to parking and un-hooking the sprayer.
NOTE
Fit dust covers to hydraulic remote connectors
to avoid dirt/dust contamination.
Failure to complete this operation correctly MAY
result in INJURY or even DEATH.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
2.19
Main Controls & Functions
Pre-Operation
The location of the Pegasus main control panel & other valves facilitates central, easy access of all control points for filling, mixing, spraying & cleaning functions:
Pressure Control Lever
(4 operating positions):
• Spray
• Chem-E-Flush Hopper
• Chemical Probe
• Off
Fill Control Lever
(4 operating positions):
• Off
• Fill Spray tank
• Fill Flush tank
• Fill Foam tank
Fresh Water Tap
Tank Rinse valve
Chemical Probe
Connector
Chemical Probe
Rinse Connector
Chem-E-Flush
Nozzle valve
Probe Rinse valve
Agitator valve
Suction Line valve
2.20
Chem-E-Flush
Drum Rinse valve
Chem-E-Flush
Transfer valve
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Pre-Operation Check
Section 2
Read Operators’ Manuals before operating machine.
Pre-Operation Check
List
1 Read Operator’s Manuals
thoroughly, before attempting to
use this machine.
Check pump oil level.
9 Check diaphragm pump oil level.
Check pump air chamber pressure.
10 Check air pressure in the diaphragm
pump air chamber is 70 - 100 kPa
(10- 15 psi).
Check the suction filter is clean.
11 Check the suction filter is clean.
Thoroughly clean the suction filter
out after initial use.
As a general guideline it should be
10% - 20% of operating pressure.
2 Read and follow instructions on
chemical manufacturers labels.
3 Always wear applicable protective
clothing.
4 Check that all maintenance
procedures have been followed.
5 Check all plumbing and fittings to
ensure they are tight, not damaged
or leaking.
6 Check PTO shaft is correctly set up
(refer to page 14).
7 Grease the PTO shaft if necessary.
8 Check hydraulic connections.
NOTE
IMPORTANT: Clean the suction filter out after
initial use.
Whilst all precautions are taken during assembly,
it is possible to get filings in the tank and lines.
These will accumulate in the suction filter during
first use.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
2.21
Pre-Operation Check
Check the pressure filter is clean.
11 Check the pressure filter is clean.
Thoroughly clean the pressure filter
out after initial use, and nozzles if
necessary.
Pre-Operation
Airbag Suspension.
12 If fitted, check the airbag suspension
system is working correctly (Refer
to “Check the Airbag Suspension” on
page 2.18).
NOTE
13 Check the foam marker operates
correctly (Refer to Foam Marker
operating instructions on pages 3.6,
3.7).
14 Check all Pegasus spraying functions
(Refer to “Check the Spray Controller
Operation” page 2.23; 2.24).
WARNING
IMPORTANT: Clean the pressure filter out after
initial use.
Ensure wheel nuts are tight before every use.
Whilst all precautions are taken during assembly,
it is possible to get filings in the tank and lines.
These will accumulate in the filter during first
use.
M18 x 1.5 Stud = 270Nm
2.22
Check foam marker operates correctly.
Torque settings:
M20 x 1.5 Stud = 380Nm
M22 x 1.5 Stud = 510Nm
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 2
MT3405 Controller standard.
Check the Spray
Controller Operation
Pre-Operation Check
Place the suction valve in "Spray" position.
3 Place the Suction Line valve in
“Spray” positon.
Rotate the Pressure Control Lever to "Spray" position.
4 Rotate the Pressure Control Lever
to “Spray” positon.
The automatic Spray Controller controls all
aspects of the spray application rate.
Set the rates you want and the Controller
ensures constant application rate irrespective of undulating terrain, engine
speed, ground speed and variations in
nozzle wear.
7 Engage the PTO and bring the PTO
(pump) speed up to 540 RPM.
1 Connect Pegasus to tractor (see
instructions pages 2.10-2.18).
In the case of a hydraulic drive,
engage the appropriate hydraulic
remote.
2 Fill an appropriate quantity of clean
water into spray tank (see instructions
pages 3.2-3.4).
X20 Controller
Do not have pesticides in the spraytank when
checking the sprayer.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
5 Follow the instructions in the
Spray Controller Instruction
Manual - to calibrate and operate
the Controller. If a X20 controller is
installed, it will need to be charged
prior to use. Refer to manufacturer's
installation instructions for details.
6 Place the master switch of the
Spray Controller in OFF position
for start up. Ensure the controller
power switch is ON.
To operate the unit:
WARNING
Enter the flow meter calibration factor.
NOTE
Additional copies of the Spray Controller manual
can be downloaded in a PDF file format from the
Internet.
For the micro-trak MT3405 or MT9000 controllers, log
onto www.micro-trak.com and follow the menu.
For the Teejet 854, send an email with your
request to [email protected] and they will
forward you a spare copy.
All pumped liquid is now being
passed through the dump valve
back into the tank. The system is
not pressurised and tank agitators
are not working.
8 Pressurise the system and operate
the tank agitators.
2.23
Pre-Operation Check
Adjust the manual pressure relief valve.
9 Adjust the spraying pressure as
follows with the tractor & sprayer
stationary:
(a) On the Spray Controller, select
the MANUAL mode using the
appropriate key.
Pre-Operation
Check the tank agitator valve is open.
+/- keys and auto/man key.
Boom switches on, master switch in hold.
(e) Use the “-” key to reduce the
pressure to your normal spraying
pressure - 2-4 BAR (30-60 psi).
12 Turn the Controller Master switch ON
& OFF and check all boom sections
switch off together.
10 Check the tank agitator valve is open.
13 Turn fenceline* nozzle ON & OFF to
check it is working correctly (*if fitted)
15 With all boom operating, re-check
pressure range by alternating from
“+” to “-” on the Spray Controller while
in MANUAL mode.
11 Visually check that both tank
agitators are working.
(b) Switch on all boom valves, and
switch the controller into the
“RUN” position. Water will now be
flowing out the nozzles.
Check all hoses, connections,
valves, filters, boom fittings etc.
It is recommended to do this with
the boom open in the spraying
position.
Check the nozzles are operating
correctly.
(c) Use the “+” key on the Spray
Controller to fully close the
electric servo valve. This will take
a few seconds.
(d) When the servo is fully closed,
adjust the manual pressure relief
valve as shown to the maximum
working pressure. In the case of
the Pegasus, we recommend the
maximum working pressure be
set at 8 BAR (120 psi).
If the maximum pressure is
above this, damage to your
sprayer may result.
2.24
14 While water is being pumped
through the boom, check for any
leakages or blockages throughout
the sprayer.
Rectify any problems.
Ensure maximum pressure does not
exceed 8 BAR. Minimum pressure
should reach almost zero.
16 Switch booms ON & OFF several
times, ensuring each section is
operating individually, and that the
non-drip nozzle bodies are working.
17 On completion of checking the
sprayer, turn controls Off by placing
the master switch and boom
switches in OFF position.
18 Disengage PTO or Hydraulic pump
drive after the Spray Controller
is switched off.
NOTE
The maximum spraying pressure will vary with
different nozzles.
We recommend you re-adjust your maximum
pressure if you change your nozzle selection.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Sprayer Operation
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 3
Filling
3.2
Foam Marker
3.5
Filters
3.8
Cleaning
3.10
Boom Adjustment:
- Boom Set Up - 24 to 30 metre
- Boom Adjustment - 36 metre
3.12
3.14
Boom Operation - All Sizes
3.17
Chemical Mixing
3.18
Airbag Suspension
3.24
Dual Lines
3.25
Operating Pointers
3.26
3.1
Filling
Sprayer Operation
Spray tank
Fresh Water tank
Flush tank
Foam Marker tank
Open spray tank lid for top-filling.
Clean the bottom fill filter.
Filling the Pegasus
Tanks
Three of the four Pegasus tanks can be
filled by bottom-filling or via the top lid.
1
2
3
4
Tank
Spray tank
Flush tank
Foam Marker tank
Fresh Water tank
Top Bottom
Fill
Fill
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Bottom-Filling
The bottom-fill facility requires a pressured
water source and can be used to fill the
spray tank, flush tank and foam marker
tank.
Rotate the Fill Control Lever to "Fill Spray Tank" position.
Rotate the Fill Control Lever to "Fill Flush Tank" position.
c) Rotate the Fill Control Lever to
"Fill Spray Tank" position.
e) Rotate the Fill Control Lever to
"Fill Flush Tank" position.
d) Fill the Spray tank with the required
amount of water.
f) Fill the Flush tank with water.
To fill tanks using the bottom fill:
a) Clean the bottom fill filter.
b) Connect the filling hose to the
bottom fill inlet connector.
x
Use clean, fresh water (preferably
rainwater), free of suspended organic
matter or clay. Some chemicals are
deactivated when they contact these
materials.
Always calculate the correct water quantity
required, and when filling, allow sufficient
water quantity for adding and mixing
chemicals. If necessary top up the tank to
required quantity after adding chemicals.
Use your preferred filling method.
3.2
NOTE
The Pegasus is fitted with a filling flowmeter.
Zero the filling flowmeter prior to filling.
See page 3.2 for instructions.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 3
Rotate the Fill Control Lever to "Fill Foam Tank" position.
g) After filling the tanks, rotate the Fill
Control Lever to “Off” positon.
h) Disconnect the filling hose and
replace the bottom fill inlet cap.
Filling
Filling pump (if fitted).
Hydraulic supply tap.
Operating the Filling Pump
f) Shut the hydraulic supply tap
a) Connect your filling hose from the
water source (tank, filling station, dam
etc) to the camlock coupling in the
pump inlet
g) Un-hook your filling hose and store in
the shed or on the sprayer
c) Turn on the hydraulic supply tap (see
pic above right)
Power is supplied from the main power
harness, so no battery is required.
An instruction book is included with your
sprayer, and operation is described in
section 5.2 (English instructions).
d) Engage the appropriate tractor
remote from the cab to start your
filling pump.
a) Reset the digital display to zero
before commencing filling - Page 29
of Orion booklet
e) Filling can be interrupted by using
the hydraulic supply tap at any time.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Operating the Orion Filling
Flowmeter
The Orion filling flowmeter is set in Mode
1 at the factory. This allows the unit to be
used as a flow-rate reader as well as a
total flow meter.
b) Ensure the Hydraulic hoses for
the filling pump are connected to the
appropriate tractor remotes
NOTE
NOTE
On open-centre hydraulics, this will de-stroke the
hydraulic pump on the tractor and allow you to
pause the filling job.
On closed-centre hydraulics you will likely find
the tractor will bypass hydraulic flow through
the pressure relief valve and/or your remote will
disengage.
If your remote disengages, to begin filling again
you will need to open the hydraulic supply tap and
re-engage the tractor remote lever or dial.
Orion filling flow-meter.
b) Fill the sprayer from the filling pump
or your filling station. Instant flow
reading can be indicated, or total flow
reading - Page 29 of Orion booklet.
If your remote disengages, to begin filling again
you will need to open the hydraulic supply tap and
re-engage the tractor remote lever or dial.
3.3
Filling
Sprayer Operation
Open Flush tank lid for top-filling.
Open Spray tank lid for top-filling.
Open Foam tank lid for top-filling/adding concentrate.
Top-Filling
To top-fill the Spray tank:
2 Flush Tank
3 Foam Marker Tank
All Pegasus tanks can be filled via the
top lid.
a) Open the Spray tank lid and ensure
the basket filter is in place.
1 Spray Tank
b) Fill the Spray tank with the required
amount of water.
Use clean, fresh water (preferably
rainwater) in the 340 litre flush tank. Always
fill the flushing tank before spraying.
The Pegasus incorporates a 130 litre
foam marker tank for minimal stops and
maximum foam output.
To top-fill the Flush tank:
Always use clean, fresh water (preferably
rainwater).
Use clean, fresh water (preferably
rainwater), free of suspended organic
matter or clay. Some chemicals are
deactivated when they contact these
materials.
Always calculate the correct water quantity
required, and when filling, allow sufficient
water quantity for adding and mixing
chemicals. If necessary top up the tank to
required quantity after adding chemicals.
3.4
c) Close and lock the tank lid after
filling.
a) Unscrew the flush tank lid.
b) Fill the Flush tank.
c) Replace tighten the lid after filling.
To top-fill or add concentrate to the the
Foam Marker tank:
a) Unscrew the Foam tank lid.
b) Fill the Foam tank with the required
amount of water
c) Replace & tighten the lid after filling.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Foam Marker
Section 3
Open Fresh Water tank lid for filling.
White foam concentrate.
Pink foam concentrate.
4 Fresh Water Tank
Foam Solution
Water Conditioner
The Pegasus incorporates a 30 litre
fresh water tank for personal safety when
operating the unit in the field. Always fill the
fresh water tank before spraying.
The performance of the the foam marker
will depend greatly on using a high
quality foam concentrate and good water
quality.
Croplands also offer a water conditioner if
your water has a high mineral content.
To fill the fresh water tank:
Selecting a Concentrate
a) Unscrew the tank lid.
Always use high quality foam concentrate.
We recommend Croplands brand White
or Pink Foam for all general purpose
marking.
b) Fill the tank using only rainwater.
c) Replace & tighten the lid after filling.
Be aware that a lot of poor quality
foam concentrate is sold every year
to unsuspecting customers. Some
concentrates may work well in some
circumstances and not others, so be
careful.
If the foam appears watery, it may need
more concentrate or a water conditioner.
With some experimentation, you will easily
find the right mix.
Operating the Foam
Marker
Mixing the Solution
The bottom-fill facility of the Pegasus
allows concentrate to be added while
filling.
Always add concentrate to water and not
water to concentrate when top-filling.
When topping-up a tank of mix with a water
hose, place the end of the hose under the
surface so as not to agitate the solution
causing the tank to fill up with foam. Always
follow label directions.
Place a known volume of water in foamer
tank. Measure out the required amount
of foam concentrate and optional water
softener and add to the tank.
It may be necessary to stir the tank to get
the solution mixed. Normally the solution
will be adequately mixed after transport
to the field.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
3.5
Foam Marker
Make sure the foam marker liquid filter is clean.
Sprayer Operation
Make sure air filter is clean
Foam Marker Controller
2 Make sure the air filter is clean.
The foam marker works by pumping air
through the FoamTube™ on its way to the
boom. Liquid is injected through an orifice
into the air stream just prior to entering the
foam mixing tube. A directional valve (on
two sided models) then diverts the foam
either left or right.
3 Make sure the Foam tank tap is
open.
To operate the foam marker:
1 Make sure the foam liquid filter is
clean and the tap is turned On after
cleaning.
"Left (On) / Off / Right (On)" switch.
4 To start the foam marker, move the
switch either LEFT or RIGHT. The
option of left or right selects which
side you want the foam to go.
5 Rotate the foam control knob fully
clockwise until pressure is indicated
on the pressure gauge.
Turn knob counter clockwise until
pressure is stable at 45- 50 psi.
It may be necessary to bleed air at
the gauge.
6 Move the toggle switch to the “Left”
position, and verify that the:
• Foamer is making foam, and
• Foam is flowing out of the LHS
boom drop.
Move the toggle switch to the “Right”
position, and verify that the:
• Foamer is making foam, and
• Foam is flowing out of the RHS
boom drop.
Foam density control knob.
6 By rotating the pressure adjusting
knob on the cab control, the
operating pressure and foam density
can be changed.
The higher the pressure the “wetter”
and runnier the foam will be.
The lower the pressure, the “drier”
and lighter the foam will be.
The mix ratio and water quality will
significantly affect the pressure
setting.
Experiment with various pressures
and mixtures to find the one that is
best for your conditions. Normal
operating pressure is 35-55 psi.
7 Switch OFF the foam marker by
placing the switch in the central
(Off) position.
8 A Reset switch (resettable circuit
breaker) on the Controller, allows
resetting if a prolonged high current
condition occurs.
If foam direction is opposite to the
switch, reverse hoses at the foamer.
3.6
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 3
The foam marker pressure gauge.
Setting Liquid Pressure
The foam marker injects the foam liquid
mixture under pressure into the air stream
to make foam. Liquid pressure is adjusted
using the in-cab control (see page 3.6).
The foam control knob adjusts the relative
mixture of air and water, which in turn
controls the output and quality of foam.
Foam Marker
Adjusted for low foam output.
Adjusted for high foam output.
Adjust the pressure to obtain the best
foam result for your conditions.
• Generally you won't operate over 55
psi as it will use excessive solution
and create a very wet foam.
• Do not operate under 20 psi. It will
often result in intermittent foam
because there simply isn’t enough
liquid pressure to overcome the
foam discharge pressure.
The pressure gauge shows the pressure
at which the liquid is being injected (higher
pressure means more liquid is being
injected into the air stream)
Foam Pressure Setting Characteristic Chart
When the knob is turned fully counterclockwise, the liquid pump is shut
completely off. By rotating the knob
clockwise, the pump will speed up,
increasing liquid flow and liquid pressure
will rise.
WARNING
Never operate the unit continuously over 60 psi.
Operating continuously above 60 psi will overload
the system and may cause damage.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
In very hot, dry conditions, it may be
necessary to use very wet foam to
increase the life of the foam.
WARNING
Air pressure is factory set at a maximum of 28
psi. Do not increase above 28 psi or damage
may result.
CHARACTERISTIC
LOW PRESSURE
HIGH PRESSSURE
Pressure Range
20 to 30 psi
Above 30 psi
Foam Density
Light
Heavy
Foam Consistency
Fluffy, larger bubbles
Thick, smaller bubbles
Solution Usage
Lower
Higher
Average Blob Size
Larger
Smaller
Hot Weather Durability
Less
More
3.7
Sprayer Operation
Filters
WARNING
Always wear protective
gloves when cleaning filters
containing toxic chemicals.
Clean bottom-fill filter regularly.
Clean suction filter regularly.
Clean pressure filter regularly (Inset shows valve).
Cleaning Filters
Bottom-Fill Filter
Suction Filter
Pressure Filters
Filters are used to stop solids entering the
liquid system and blocking lines, nozzles
or damaging the pump.
The bottom-fill filter should be cleaned
regularly or before each filling of the
spray tank.
The suction filter should be cleaned
regularly or after each spray tank has
been emptied.
The pressure line filter should be cleaned
regularly or after each spray tank has been
emptied.
The Pegasus spray tank is fitted with
a basket filter.The system incorporates
large filling and suction filters, boom
pressure filters, nozzle filters and a small
filter is fitted to the foam marker.
To clean the bottom-fill filter:
To clean the suction filter:
To clean the pressure line filter:
1 Completely stop all sprayer
functions.
1 Completely stop all sprayer
functions.
1 Completely stop all sprayer
functions.
2 Ensure the Fill Control lever is in
“Off" position.
2 Turn the Suction Line valve to “Off”
position to shut Off liquid from the
spray tank.
2 Rotate the Pressure Control lever to
"Off" position.
1 Always ensure the basket filter is in
place when filling the main tank
through the lid.
2 All filters should be cleaned
regularly or after each spraying
period.
3 Remove the outer filter screw and
bowl, and then remove the filter and
thoroughly clean it before
re-assembling the filter.
3 Remove the outer filter screw and
bowl, and then remove the filter and
thoroughly clean it before
re-assembling the filter.
4 Return the Suction Line valve to
“Spray” position.
If the filter screen is damaged,
replace with a new screen.
3 Open the valve at the bottom of the
filter to ensure all pressure is
removed from the filter.
4 Remove the outer filter bowl, and
then remove the filter and thoroughly
clean it before re-assembling the
filter.
NOTE
Be careful not to damage or deform the mesh or
O-ring while cleaning and refitting the filters.
3.8
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 3
Clean nozzle filters regularly.
Filters
Close the filter tap & then remove the filter bowl.
After cleaning, replace the screen & filter bowl.
3 Remove the outer filter bowl,
remove the filter (50 mesh) and
thoroughly clean it before reassembling the filter.
Ensure agitator valve is open before adding chemical.
Nozzle Filters
Foam Marker Filters
Nozzle filters should be cleaned regularly
and when a nozzle spray pattern is
effected by blockage.
To clean the nozzle filters:
The foam marker is protected by:
• A 50 mesh filter under the cabinet, &
• A 100 mesh filter located in the line
before the liquid orifice.
1 Completely stop all sprayer
functions.
These should be cleaned periodically,
depending on cleanliness of operations.
Check to see that tank agitation is correctly
adjusted.
2 Ensure all pressure is removed from
the spray lines.
To clean foam marker filters:
If agitation causes too much foaming in
the tank, try closing Off one agitator to
reduce foaming
3 Remove the nozzle cap and nozzle,
and then remove nozzle filter.
Thoroughly clean nozzle filter (and
nozzle if necessary) before re-fitting
the nozzle & nozzle cap.
4 Re-open the tap next to the filter.
1 Completely stop all sprayer
functions.
When chemical is added to the spray
tank, the pump and agitator(s) must be
operating at all times to ensure chemical
does not settle in the tank.
If chemical settles, through pump break
down or another rea son, start up the
sprayer after the fault has been rectified
and let the mixture in the tank agitate for
a length of time to ensure thorough mixing
of the chemical.
2 Close the tap next to foam marker
filter (underneath the Outback
cabinet).
4 Repeat step 3 for each nozzle.
NOTE
NOTE
NOTE
Be careful not to damage or deform the mesh
or gasket while cleaning and refitting the filters
and nozzle caps.
In some circumstances you may find the nozzle
filters are best not used.
Be careful not to damage or deform the mesh or
O-ring while cleaning and refitting the filters.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Tank Agitation
If your nozzle filters continuously block, check
that your main pressure filter is not torn or that
the product you are using is not the cause.
3.9
Cleaning
Open the Tank Drain valve to drain the tank.
Sprayer Operation
Open the Tank Rinse & Agitator valves.
Flushing the
Pegasus
5 Open the Tank Rinse valve.
The Pegasus is equipped with a flush tank
for cleaning the sprayer when changing
chemicals, and at the end of the day.
To flush the Pegasus:
7 Start tractor and place sprayer
controls in start up position
according to Controller operating
instructions (see page 23).
1 Ensure the site for flushing and
cleaning the Pegasus meets with
environmental and statutory
regulations.
8 Engage PTO/hydraulic drive and
bring the pump speed up to 540
RPM.
2 Open the Tank Drain valve to drain
any remaining spray mixture from
the tank.
3 Check the Pressure Control lever is
in “Spray” position.
4 Check the Agitator valve is open.
6 Turn the Suction Line valve to
"Flush" position
All pumped liquid is now being
passed through the dump valve
back into the tank. The system is
not pressurised and tank agitators
are not working.
Turn the Suction Line Valve to "Flush" position.
Remove and clean the suction filter
9 Pressurise the system to operate
tank rinse and agitators.
10 Adjust pressure to desired operating
pressure by adjusting pressure up or
down.
11 Turn the spray boom sections ON.
Fresh water now flushes through the
suction line, suction filter, pump,
agitator(s), pressure lines, boom
sections and nozzles.
Remove and clean the pressure filter
filter & screen, and reassemble.
15 Adjust all valves back to operating
mode.
a) Close the Tank Rinse valve.
b) Turn the Suction Line valve to
"Spray" position
c) Close the Tank Drain valve.
16 Wash/hose down the outside of the
sprayer.
All water comes into the spray tank
from the flush tank. Water remaining
in the tank drains out of the tank
through the drain outlet.
12 On completion of flushing, shut
down all contols and disengage
the PTO/hydraulic drive.
Close the Tank Drain valve.
13 Remove and clean the suction filter
& screen, and reassemble.
NOTE
14 Remove and clean the pressure
Ensure the drained mixture is disposed of as
required by law. Read chemical instructions.
3.10
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 3
Open the Tank Rinse & Agitator valves.
Using Tank and
Equipment Cleaners
If a cleaning agent is required (refer to
chemical label), first completely flush the
Pegasus with water as outlined in Steps
1 - 16 on page 3.10, then:
Cleaning
Place the suction valve in "Spray" position.
8 Engage PTO and bring the PTO
speed up to 540 RPM.
All pumped liquid is now being
passed through the dump valve
back into the tank. The system is
not pressurised and tank agitators
are not working.
1 Fill the spray tank with fresh water
to the desired level.
9 Pressurise the system to operate
tank rinse and agitators.
2 Add cleaning agent into the main
tank (use according to instructions).
10 Adjust pressure to desired operating
pressure by adjusting pressure up or
down.
3 Check the Pressure Control lever is
in “Spray” position.
11 Turn the spray boom sections ON.
4 Check the Agitator valve is open.
5 Open the Tank Rinse valve.
6 Turn the Suction Line valve to
"Spray" position
Open the Tank Drain valve to drain the tank.
12 If you require the cleaning agent to
soak or stand for a period, turn the
spray booms Off, and completely
shut down the sprayer for a period.
13 Repeat steps 7 - 10 after soaking is
completed.
14 Turn the spray booms OFF and shut
down the sprayer.
15 Open the Tank Drain valve.
16 After the tank is drained,completely
flush the Pegasus again following
steps 1 - 16, on page 3.10.
Fresh water now flushes through the
suction line, suction filter, pump,
agitator(s), pressure lines, boom
sections and nozzles.
7 Start tractor and place sprayer
controls in start up position
according to Controller operating
instructions (see page 2.24).
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
3.11
Boom Adjustment - 24 to 30m
Unique parallelogram boom lift - low position.
Unique parallelogram boom lift - high position.
Boom Set-Up - 24-30 metre
Boom set-up requires:
The Compact boom hydraulically side
folds and locks for transport. Unique
parallelogram boom lift and suspension
with hydraulic accumulator protects the
boom and improves boom ride.
1 Wing alignment.
Adjustable boom breakaways with 90°
self-returning boom ends and self levelling
are standard.
Optional Hydraulic wing lift and/or
independent wing-fold wing electric/
hydraulic solenoid valves and an in-cab
control are options (see page 2.14).
Sprayer Operation
2 Wing extension alignment.
3 Balancing device alignment.
4 Backlash between sliding surfaces
alignment.
5 Locking the balancing device
adjustment.
To set-up the boom for operation, follow
the instructions for the 21, 24, 28 and 30
metre compact booms and for the 33 & 36
metre booms.
1 Wing Alignment
Wings are aligned to the central frame
via the adjusting rods (C) shown in figure
1 (above).
To align wings:
1 Release pressure from the shock
absorbers (A) shown in figure 2
(above right).
2 Align the wings by adjusting the
cylinder rods shown in figure 1.
4 Adjust the shock absorbers (A),
shown in figure 2 above, as follows:
i) Tighten cap (B) against the limit
stop (D) until springs are slightly
pressurised.
ii) Tighten the lock nut when
adjustment is finalised.
3 Once aligned, tighten the lock
nuts on the cylinder rods.
NOTE
The initial boom alignment is carried out at the
factory and checked by your dealer.
3.12
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 3
Boom Adjustment - 24 to 30m
2 Wing Extension Alignment
3 Balancing Device Alignment
4 Backlash Between Sliding
After inner wing alignment is completed,
align the wing extensions by:
The boom is fitted with an adjustable
connecting rod which allows the boom to
tilt 0° ± 3° on the horizontal axis.
The balancing device oscillation must be
adjusted so that the surfaces slide freely
and without backlash.
Adjust the boom to the require horizontal
plane by:
To eliminate backlash:
1 Loosening the lock nuts B, shown
in figure 3 above.
2 Tighten or loosen adjusting screws
(A) until the wing extensions are
aligned with the inner wings.
3 Tighten lock nuts (B), after
alignment is finalised.
1 Loosening the lock nuts (B,) shown
in figure 4 above.
2 Turn the turnbuckle (A) as required.
3 Tighten the lock nut (B).
1 Tighten nuts (B), shown in figure 9
above.
2 If necessary, depending on wear
of sliding pads (A), remove spring
sections (C) as needed to take up
the wear and remove backlash.
5 Locking the Balancing
Device Adjustment
The ropes of the wing balancing device
must be tight.
To adjust the balancing device:
1 Fold the wings to transport positon
2 Tighten the ropes by adjusting the
nuts (D), shown in figure 10 above.
3 Move the lock (C) closer and lock it
with its screw.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
3.13
Sprayer Operation
Boom Adjustment - 36m
Take the pressure off the boom by nudging the boom
forward.
Boom Adjustment 36 metre
To adjust the boom alignments on your 36
metre boom on the Pegasus, follow the
instructions.
These instructions are for adjustments you
can do as the spring tensions change over
time.
Not all steps may be necessary, but it is
a good idea to check them as you make
adjustments as required.
To adjust the boom:
Adjust the nut, until the desired level is found.
Step 1: Horizontal Leveling
Take the pressure off the boom (as shown
above left) using a forklift or other lifting
mechanism. Make sure this is done on
ground which is as level as possible.
a) First, adjust the main Boom arm Rod
or Hydraulic ram (shown above) to set
the boom to level.
For a G-Var wing lift boom, this is
done by turning the large self locking
nut with a large spanner on the spring
end as shown until desired level is
met.
NOTE
NOTE
The initial boom alignment is carried out at the
factory and checked by your dealer.
Leave hydraulic pressure on extension side of
ram to assist preventing rod from turning during
adjustment.
3.14
Adjust the sleeve until the boom is at the desired level,
then re-lock the lock nut to secure in place.
You will need to have the hydraulic
rams at maximum length to ensure an
accurate setting.
Finally, adjust the breakaway arm to the desired
breakawaypressure.
c) The final horizontal adjustment is the
breakaway arm. Adjust this to the
desired breakaway pressure.
For standard booms adjust the nut in
the same place (as shown above left),
until the desired level is found.
b) Secondly, relieve the weight from the
boom. This adjustment is done using
a turnbuckle. Unlock the lock nut
so it is free from the sleeve.
Using a large spanner, adjust the
sleeve until the boom is at the
desired level, then re-lock the lock
nut to secure in place (as shown above).
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 3
Grub Screw
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Ensure the boom wing is slightly forward in relation to
the centre section (approx 5-10 degrees).
Step 2: Yaw adjustment
The second step towards accurately
adjusting your boom is to set where the
boom sits when fully opened into the
spraying position.
This is the Yaw adjustment which means it
is adjusted on a vertical axis or pivot point,
setting the boom in a forward or backward
direction.
The ideal position for each wing is slightly
forward (approx 5-10 degrees) of the centre
section (as shown in the diagram above).
Adjustment clevis
Remove the grub screws & adjust the clevis, then,
return the grub screws to lock the setting in place.
a) Adjust the clevis on the rod end of
Set the bolt stopper to stop the boom at the position
required.
b) The next adjustment in the outer fold
Lock the nuts in place when set correctly.
c) Set the breakaway position by
the inner fold ram at the centre
section to bring the boom forward into
desired position.
pivots is just a matter of winding out
and locking the bolt in place as
shown.
tightening and loosening the
matching bolts on either side of the
boom.
Firstly, you will need to relieve the
pressure on the rams by loosening
the ram fittings on one cylinder and
releasing some oil.
Set the bolt stopper to stop the boom
at the position required (shown above).
Lock the nuts in place when set
correctly (shown above).
Remove the grub screws and adjust
the clevis to set the boom Yaw
position.
Return the grub screws to lock the
setting in place (shown above).
CAUTION
When releasing oil from and cylinders, be sure to
cover the fittings with a cloth to prevent oil from
spraying out, as it is hazardous.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
3.15
Sprayer Operation
Locking lever
touching front
of slot
Adjust the turnbuckle sleeve until the centre section is
level.
Horizontal bolt
for adjustment
When locked the hook part of the locking lever should
be in contact with the front edge of the slot.
Loosen the lock nuts and then adjust the horizontal bolt
to position the plate in the correct setting.
Step 3: Boom tilt adjustment
Step 4: Outer arm locking plate
The next setting is the tilt adjustment which
dictates the level position of the booms
and centre section as a whole. This is very
important to get right so that the centre
section is level before spraying.
The final setting is the outer arm locking
plate. This is to keep the boom locked in
place while spraying.
To adjust this, loosen the lock nuts and
then adjust the horizontal bolt (shown
above) to position the plate in the correct
setting.
To adjust undo the lock nut on the
turnbuckle.
When locked the hook part of the locking
lever should be in contact with the front
edge of the slot (as shown above) to ensure
no movement during spraying.
Adjust the turnbuckle sleeve (as shown
above) until the centre section is level.
Lock the nut back in place to secure the
setting.
3.16
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 3
Boom Operation - All Sizes
Boom in raised position.
Unfolding & folding the
Spray Boom
Understand the safety precautions below
before operating the folding mechanism of
the spray boom.
DANGER - WARNING:
Make sure there are no people,
things or power lines with in range
of the spray boom when folding or
unfolding
WARNING
Make sure there are no people, things or power
lines with in range of the spray boom when
folding or unfolding
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
CAUTION:
To operate the boom:
If working on steep terrain, please
note the following:
1 Use the tractor remote controls to
fold and unfold the spray boom.
•
Lock the balancing device
( if the unit is provided with
hydraulic locking).
•
For vehicle stability, always
unfold the up hill side
boom before unfolding
down hill side boom, see
figure 3 above .
•
For vehicle stability, always
fold the down hill side
boom before folding up hill
side boom.
•
Never operate with the
down hill side boom
lowered and up hill side
boom folded.
CAUTION
If working on steep terrain, please note the
following:
• Lock the balancing device (if the unit is
provided with hydraulic locking).
• For vehicle stability, always unfold the up
hill side boom before unfolding down hill
side boom, see figure 3 above .
Boom in lowered position.
2 Use the tractor remote controls to
raise and lower the spray boom
height as required.
CAUTION
If working on steep terrain, please note the
following:
• For vehicle stability, always fold the down
hill side boom before folding up hill side
boom.
• Never operate with the down hill side
boom lowered and up hill side boom
folded.
3.17
Chemical Mixing
Accurately calculate the amount of chemical required.
Calculate Water &
Chemical Quantities
Before spraying it is necessary to
calculate the exact quantities of water
and chemical needed to spray the
required area. The following formulae
may be useful:
1 For chemical rates expressed in
litres or kg per hectare (land area),
calculate the amount of chemical
needed, using the formula:
Sprayer Operation
Unlock the Chem-E-Flush with the foot latch.
2 For volume of mixture required
to spray the selected area, calculate
the liquid required, using the
following formula:
Tank Volume Required (litres) =
Area (ha) x Spray Application Rate (l/ha)
eg. 300 x 150
= 45,000 litres
3 For area covered by a given
volume of mixture, calculate the
area, using the following formula:
Chemicals required (litres) =
Area Covered (ha) =
Tank Volume (l) x Recommended
Chemical Rate (l/ha) ÷ Spray
Tank Volume (litres) ÷ Spray
Application Rate (l/ha)
Application Rate (l/ha)
eg. [4000 x 3] ÷ 150
eg. 4000 ÷ 150
Lower hopper into the filling position.
Rotate the Pressure Control lever to "CHEM-HOPPER".
Adding Chemical To
the Spray Tank
c) Lower the hopper to filling position.
Chemical can be added to the spray tank
using the Chem-E-Flush hopper, and/or if
fitted, the optional Chemical Probe.
e) Turn the Suction Line valve to
"Flush" position.
d) Rotate the Pressure Control lever to
“Chem-Hopper” positon.
1 Chem-E-Flush Hopper
To add chemical to the spray tank, follow
the steps outlined:
a) Make sure sufficient water is added
to the spray tank and the flush tank.
b) Unlock the Chem-E-Flush dropdown
leg lock by placing your foot on the
latch lever. Hold on to the handle and
pull out and down once the latch is
released.
Turn the Suction Line Valve to "Flush" position.
= 26.7 hectares
= 80 litres.
NOTE
IMPORTANT! Be sure to mix only enough spray
mixture to cover the area required. Avoid wastage
and problems of needless chemical disposal.
3.18
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 3
Open the Agitator valve.
f) Open the Agitator valve.
g) Close the Chem-E-Flush Transfer
valve at the base of the hopper.
h) Start the tractor and operate the
pump with PTO & tractor engine
at idling speed only.
Warning! Operating the pump at
faster than idling speed, may burst
lines.
Chemical Mixing
Open hopper lid & add chemical powder/liquid.
j) Open the hopper lid & add chemical
powder/liquid to the hopper.
k) Close the hopper lid & open the
Chem-E-Flush Nozzle valve to mix
chemical.
l) Close the Chem-E-Flush Nozzle
valve after the chemical is mixed.
Open the Transfer valve to transfer the mixture.
Lift the hopper & lock it back into transport position.
m) Open the Chem-E-Flush Transfer
valve at the base of the hopper
to transfer chemical mixture to
the spray tank.
o) To transfer the rinse mixture to
the spray tank, open the Chem-EFlush Transfer valve at the base of
the hopper.
n) To rinse the hopper, close the
Chem-E-Flush Transfer valve at
the base of the hopper and open
the Chem-E-Flush Drum Rinse
valve.
p) After rinse mixture has been
transfered:
• Close the Chem-E-Flush Transfer
valve at the base of the hopper.
• Rotate the Pressure Control lever
to “Spray” positon.
i) Pressurise the pressure lines by
switching the spray controller ON
& in RUN mode with booms OFF.
• Turn the Suction Line valve to
"Spray" position
q) Lift the hopper back to transport
position when mixing is completed.
Close transfer valve at the base of the hopper.
Close hopper lid & open the Chem-E-Flush Nozzle
valve to mix chemical.
Close transfer valve & open the Drum Rinse valve to
rinse the hopper.
r) Lock the Chem-E-Flush dropdown
leg lock by pushing the hopper up
hard enough to engage the latch
mechanism.
NOTE
IMPORTANT! Ensure agitation of spray tank
continues after chemical is added to the spray
tank.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
3.19
Chemical Mixing
Connect Probe & Probe Rinse hoses.
2 Chemical Probe
To add chemical to the spray tank using
the chemical probe (optional), follow the
steps outlined:
a) Make sure sufficient water is added
to the spray tank and the flush tank.
b) Connect the Probe and Probe Rinse
hoses to the connectors (on the
control panel).
c) Rotate the Pressure Control lever to
"Chem-Probe" position.
Rotate the Pressure Control lever to "Chem-Probe"
Sprayer Operation
Turn the Suction Line Valve to "Flush" position.
d) Turn the Suction Line valve to
"Flush" position
e) Open the Agitator valve.
(f) Open the Probe Rinse valve.
g) Start the tractor and operate the
pump with PTO & tractor engine
at idling speed only.
Open Probe valve to transfer mixture to spray tank.
h) Place the probe in the chemical and
open the Probe valve to transfer
chemical to the spray tank.
i) Use the Probe Rinse gun to rinse
the container while the Probe valve
is open.
Close probe valve.
j) Close the Probe valve when the
chemical transfer is completed.
k) Close the Probe Rinse valve.
l) Rotate the Pressure Control lever to
"Spray" position.
m) Turn the Suction Line valve to
"Spray" position
n) Disconnect the Probe and Probe
Rinse hoses and refit the
connector caps.
WARNING
Operating the pump at faster than idling speed
may burst lines.
Open the Agitator and Probe Rinse valves.
Use the Probe Rinse gun to rinse the container.
NOTE
IMPORTANT! Ensure agitation of spray tank
continues after chemical is added to the spray
tank.
3.20
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 3
Chemical Mixing
Unclip the Micromatic fitting from its docking point.
Turn the rotary selector to “Chem Hopper”.
Enviro-transfer Kit
Step 1
Step 2
Step 3
The Enviro-transfer kit is a volumetric filling
system designed to transfer chemicals
directly from Envirodrums into the
Chem-e-flush mixer/induction unit on the
Pegasus.
Unclip the Micromatic fitting from the
docking fitting on the sprayer and clip it into
the Envirodrum containing the chemical
you intend to use.
Turn the rotary selector on the main control
panel to “Chem Hopper”.
Engage the PTO to start the main spray
pump operating at low revs.
Ensure the Chem-e-flush is empty of any
liquid or residue before progressing.
DO NOT OPERATE AT FULL REVS.
The Chem-e-flush can be left in the “up”
position during the following process. It is
not necessary to lower the drop-leg.
If using a closed centre system hydraulic
pump as explained on page 2.15, you can
OPEN the control valve to slow down the
enviro-transfer speed.
If you are operating a hydraulic drive on
the pump, turn down the hydraulic flow to
slow the pump down temporarily.
Remember to close the valve and check the
pump speed after transfer is complete.
Clip the Micromatic fitting finto the Envirodrum.
WARNING
The operator must not leave the Enviro-transfer
kit unattended while filling. Over-filling and
chemical spillage could result if the unit is
unattended during the transfer process.
CAUTION
Do not operate the pump at full speed when filling
with the Enviro-transfer, otherwise damage to
plumbing may result.
The system is only suitable for liquid transfer.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
3.21
Chemical Mixing
With the pump running, turn the two taps into the
Enviro-transfer position.
Sprayer Operation
Watch the level closely - maximum fill is 50 litres.
Turn the Chem-e-flush tap to introduce the chemical
directly to tank (as shown).
Unclip the Micromatic fitting from the Envirodrum.
Step 4
Step 5
Step 6
Step 7
With the pump running, turn the two taps
(pictured) from the normal spray position
to the Enviro-transfer position.
Once the taps are in the correct position,
the chem-e-flush will begin to fill
immediately. Watch the level closely.
Unclip the Micromatic fitting from the
Envirodrum and clip it back into the
docking fitting.
The Enviro-transfer position is marked with
two white cable ties as shown.
Once the level you require is reached,
shut off the flow by turning the two
taps back to the original position
simultaneously.
Check the level of your selected chemical
in the Chem-e-flush is correct. If so, turn
the tap on the bottom of the Chem-e-flush
to introduce the chemical directly to tank
(as shown above).
NOTE
Ensure it is fully located.
Flush the Chem-e-flush with water after
the contents of the mixer have been
introduced to the main tank.
For full instructions on the Chem-e-flush
(see pages 3.18 & 3.19).
The chem-e-flush can hold a recommended
maximum of 50 litres in one fill.
Note the two white cable tie which show the direction of
the taps for the Enviro-transfer.
3.22
When the required level is reached, simultaneously turn
the two taps back to their original position to stop flow.
Clip the Micromatic fitting back into the docking fitting.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 3
A fresh water hose allows the Micromatic fittings to be
flushed after use.
Chemical Mixing
Return the two taps to the normal spray position.
Return the main rotary selector to the “Spray” position.
Step 8
Step 9
Step 10
The docking fitting has a flushing hose
plumbed direct to the fresh water tank.
Return the two taps to the normal spray
position after step 8 is completed.
Return the main rotary selector to the
“Spray” position.
Turn-off the tap on the bottom of the Chem-e-flush.
Ensure the tap on the bottom of the cheme-flush is shut off.
By turning the two taps on top of the
pump back to the Enviro-transfer position
for approximately 30 to 60 seconds, you
can flush the Micromatic fittings and the
hose with fresh water.
It is recommended you leave the PTO
engaged to ensure your chemicals are
agitating/mixing correctly in the main
tank.
This is imperative to avoid any future
contamination.
Turn the taps for the Enviro-transfer to flush the
Micromatic hose and fittings.
CAUTION
Always flush the Micromatic fittings & hose with
fresh water after each use to avoid any future
contamination.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
3.23
Airbag Suspension
Sprayer Operation
2
2
0
m
m
Airbag suspension system.
Check the Airbag
Suspension
The Airbag Suspension comprises a
compressor, air tank, airbags and height
levelling valves.
When filling the sprayer with water the
airbag suspension automatically increases
the pressure in the air bag to carry the
extra load.
Conversely, as the spray tank is emptied,
the airbag suspension automatically
decreases the pressure in the air bag
adjusting to the lighter load.
On hillsides, more pressure automatically
inflates the lower side airbag which
improves stability.
Unladen airbag ride height is pre-set to 220mm.
Airbag Ride Height
The ride height of the airbag is factory preset to approxiamately 220mm from the top
plate to the bottom plate of the airbag.
The ride height under load should be set
to 230 - 240mm.
Airbag Valve operation
The airbag valves operate by increasing
or decreasing air pressure in the airbags
to compensate for the existing load.
1 Move the horizontal rod up - air
should flow into the airbag.
2 Move the rod to horizontal - air
flow should stop.
3 Move the horizontal rod down - air
should flow out of the airbag.
Slacken the clamp on the vertical vertical rod.
Airbag Pressure
Adjustment
To lower (decrease pressure in) an
airbag:
To raise (increase pressure in) an airbag:
1 Slacken the clamp on the vertical
valve rod, and
1 Slacken the clamp on the vertical
valve rod, and
2 Lower the end of the horizontal rod
slightly (about 20mm).
2 Raise the end of the horizontal rod
slightly (about 20mm).
Air will be heard entering the bag
through the valve.
3 When the bag pressure is even,
return the rod to horizontal position
and retighten the clamp.
Air will be heard leaving the bag
through the valve.
3 When the bag pressure is even,
return the rod to horizontal position
and retighten the clamp.
NOTE
The air chamber is automatically charged by
the compressor to a pressure of 95 psi. Pump
drive is required for the compressor.
When air chamber pressure drops the
compressor automatically recharges the
chamber to 95 psi. Excess air is automatically
bled from the air tank.
3.24
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Dual Lines
Section 3
Dual lines on the boom.
Dual Lines
If you have chosen dual lines to be fitted
to your sprayer, you will be familiar with
the use of this option on your Pegasus
sprayer. In general terms, there are
usually two reasons to have dual lines
fitted:
Dual line valves at the rear of the sprayer.
The BA7000 Manual.
2 To increase the speed range available
for your sprayer by having the second
boom line cut in/out at a given speed.
For the operation of dual lines, you
will need the refer to the BA7000/X20
Controller booklet supplied with your
Pegasus Sprayer for full calibration and
operational information. Your BA7000/X20
controller will have been factory set to
match the nozzles supplied and fitted to
your Pegasus.
X20 Manual.
1 To increase the boom output using
the same speed setting by
introducing a second boom line - this
negates the need to change nozzles
to perform this task, and
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
3.25
Operating Pointers
Operating Methodology for
Broadacre Spraying
It is always preferable to spray travelling
across the wind direction.
This minimises any drift effect caused by
the wind especially with flat fan nozzles
because the wind only hits the narrow end
of the pattern rather than the full face of
the fan spray.
It also maximises the effect of the wind
forcing droplets downwards into contact
with the target.
Travelling with the wind increases the
tendency of spray droplets to float away
from the target, and travelling against the
wind effectively multiplies the force of the
wind (depending on speeds) increasing
drift and reducing target contact.
Sprayer Operation
Proceed to Spray
Operating Pointers
Once the chemical mixture is in the tank,
proceed to spray:
While spraying, continually observe that:
1 Adjust the pressure to the correct
operating pressure by adjusting
pressure (up or down) according
to the instructions of the Controller.
2 Turn spray booms ON and OFF as
required to spray according to the
instructions of the controller fitted.
Refer to pages 2.23 - 2.25 for spray
controller operating instructions, and
page 3.6 for foam marker operating
instructions.
1 Engine and PTO speed are correct.
2 Correct operating pressure is being
maintained.
3 Ground speed is correct and within
the operating range of the nozzles
and application rates selected.
4 Pegasus spray heads are operating
correctly and aimed toward the
targeted foliage.
CAUTION
Running a diaphragm pump faster than specified
will not improve performance, but will damage
and wear out moving parts.
Warranty will be made void by speeds in excess
of those indicated on the pump name plate.
3.26
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Sprayer Calibration
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 4
Calibration Procedure
4.2
XR & AI TeeJet Nozzle Chart
4.9
Air-Mix & Turbodrop® Nozzle Chart
4.10
Calibration Work Sheet
4.12
4.1
Calibration Procedure
Sprayer Calibration
Rapid Check Flowmeter
Proper calibration considers all spraying variables.
Applying the correct amount of chemical
to a crop is only possible if:
• the sprayer is calibrated correctly.
• the sprayer is operated correctly.
• the sprayer is maintained correctly.
The variables of spray application
(distance, time, working width, liquid and
chemical volumes) must be measured and
controlled accurately to ensure chemicals
are applied at the correct rate.
The automatic spray controller measures
and controls the variables of speed and
flow rate to give constant application.
However proper nozzle selection, checking
calibration of nozzles, speed and flow rate
as well as correct mixing of chemicals
must be done to ensure the accuracy
and performance of the sprayer and its
controller.
Accurate calibration is essential to ensure
uniform application of the recommended
dose of chemical to the target.
4.2
Proper calibration involves setting up
the sprayer (nozzle selection, pressure,
speed), calculating chemical and water
rates and measuring the performance
of the sprayer itself. Only then can you
be totally confident in applying chemical
correctly.
Fully Automatic Spray
Controller
The fully automatic spray controller
maintains the application rate (set by
the operator) when operated in Auto
position.
The controller monitors speed of travel
(speed sensor) and flow rate (flow meter)
and automatically adjusts flow rate (via a
servo valve) to maintain correct application
rate irrespective of speed variations within
the limits of the nozzles used.
IMPORTANT:
1 It should be remembered that the
spray controller does not eliminate
the necessity to measure and check
the accuracy of nozzle spray patterns
and outputs. These must be checked
regularly to ensure correct and
uniform application rates because
nozzles wear with use.
2 Flow meters used by the controller
also needs to be checked and
calibrated on a regular basis.
On the following page, you will see
how to maintain and check your
Rapid-check flowmeter. It is
recommended you do this regularly
during the spraying season.
See the Controller Operator’s Manual
for detailed information and
calibrating procedures specific to your
spray controller.
Calibration
Procedure
For accurate spray rate application, follow
this calibration procedure:
Step 1
Ensure Equipment Is In
Good Working Order.
Tank, pump, boom, filters and nozzles
must be clean, free of leak ag es and
functioning properly.
Follow the pre-operation checklist,
maintenance and operating instructions
in this manual.
Install, calibrate and operate the spray
controller according to the spray controller
Installation/Operators Manual.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 4
Calibration Procedure
For correct
calibration,
your flowmeter
must be clean
& accurate.
Unscrew the the Rapid Check assembly.
Daily Check & Maintenance of
Flowmeter
This is to be performed every day after
work is finished:
1 Unscrew the assembly that holds
the Rapid Check unit in the body.
Wash any impurities out of the removable turbine unit.
3 Use clean water to wash any
impurities out of the removable
turbine unit.
4 Use compressed air to verify that the
turbine unit rotates freely (maximum
air pressure 1 BAR [15 psi]).
Unscrew the sensor.
Every 50 Hours
Carry out the following procedure after
every 50 hours of operation:
1 Unscrew the sensor.
2 Separate the sensor from the Rapid
Check unit.
2 Remove the Rapid Check unit from
the body.
Remove the Rapid Check unit.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Place the Rapid Check unit in a detergent bath.
3 Place the Rapid Check unit in a
detergent bath for a few hours.
4 Remove the Rapid Check unit from
detergent bath.
Use compressed air to verify that the
turbine unit rotates freely (maximum
air pressure 1 BAR [15 psi]).
If necessary, replace the Rapid
Check unit with a new one.
Use compressed air to check that the turbine unit
rotates freely.
Separate the sensor from the Rapid Check unit.
Use compressed air to check that the turbine unit
rotates freely.
4.3
Calibration Procedure
Sprayer Calibration
Determine actual speed of travel.
Step 2
Determining the Actual
Speed Of Travel
Your Pegasus has been factory set with
a calibration number. This should be finetuned prior to commencement of spraying
and checked by your dealer. This is done
by traveling a known distance (usually
100 metres) and comparing the distance
measured by the Spray Controller to the
known distance. If there is a discrepancy,
the Spray Controller Manual explains how
to easily adjust the calibration number
automatically.
Buyers Guide - courtesy of Teejet.
Step 3
Measure Swath Width
Step 4
Select Nozzle Type & Size
The spray controller requires the boom
width to be entered in 3/4/5/6 parts.
Select Nozzle Type & Size according to:
• Chemical recommendations.
• Application rate required.
• Pressure setting.
• Swath width.
• Chosen speed of travel. (Use
actual speed of travel, refer to
step 2)
Measure the nozzle spacing and multiply
nozzle spacing by the number of nozzles
on each boom section to establish the
width of each boom section.
eg, 0.5m x 12 = 6m
0.5m x 12 = 6m
0.5m x 12 = 6m
a) Use the charts on pages 4.9 to
4.11 or the manufacturer’s nozzle
chart
For the MT3405 Spray Controller, refer
to page 2.23 of the Spray Controller
manual.
b) Calculate Required Nozzle Flow
Rate.
For the MT9000 Spray Controller, refer
to page 2.23 of the Spray Controller
manual.
For the Teejet 854 Spray Controller, refer
to page 2.23 of the Spray Controller
manual.
4.4
Two methods of selecting nozzle output
are:
NOTE
Boom sections may vary on some booms.
AI nozzle - courtesy of Teejet.
a) Use Your Manual's Chart Or
Manufacturer’s Nozzle Chart.
Using the chart on pages 4.9 to 4.11 or
the manufacturer’s nozzle rate chart,
reference:
• Application rate (eg 50 l/ha),
• Speed of travel (eg 12km/hr), &
• Pressure setting (eg 250kPa),
find the nearest nozzle to suit your
requirements.
Also check to see what speed variations
are available for applying the same rate.
See pages 4.9 to 4.11.
It is usually best to select mid range
pressure as this will allow the spray
controller to adjust pressure up or down
when speed variations occur.
NOTE
Use your own experience or a registered rate
calibration consultant to determine effective
application rates in litres per hectare.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 4
Calibration Procedure
L/min column on nozzle chart - courtesy of Teejet.
An alternative formula is:
Nozzle Flow Rate (l/min) =
Nozzle selection chart- courtesy of Teejet.
b) Calculate Required Nozzle
Flow Rate
If you know:
• the application rate required
(eg 50 l/ha),
• speed of travel (eg 12km/hr),
• swath width (eg 18m), &
• the number of nozzles on
the boom (eg 36).
Speed (km) x Nozzle Spacing (cm)
x Application Rate (l/ha) ÷ 60,000
eg, [12 x 50 x 50] ÷ 60,000
Test the actual output of the nozzles.
Step 5
Fit the Selected Nozzles to
the Boom
Step 6 (Recommended)
Check Nozzle Accuracy &
Determine Nozzle Output
Fit the selected nozzles to the boom as per
the nozzle manufacturers specifications.
Test the actual output of the nozzles using
the following procedure:
= 0.5 l/min
a) Ensure there is adequate water in
the tank.
Now using the nozzle chart look down
the nozzle capacity column (l/min) and
select a nozzle to suit the output (eg 0.5
l/min). Refer to pages 4.9 to 4.11 for nozzle
charts.
IMPORTANT: Do not use mixed
pesticides for testing.
b) Start the sprayer and set the
spray Controller master switch
into MANUAL position and adjust
the operating pressure (PTO to
continue instructions).
The following formula can be used
to establish required flow rate per
nozzle:
Nozzle Flow Rate (l/min) =
Speed (km/hr) x Swath Width (m)
x Application Rate (l/ha) ÷ 600 ÷
Number of nozzles
NOTE
NOTE
Always use Actual Speed of Travel for speed in
the above formula.
Remember when selecting nozzle outputs that
higher pressures and wider spray angles usually
give finer droplet sizes than lower pressures and
narrower spray angles.
WARNING
eg, [(12 x 18 x 50) ÷ 600] ÷ 36
= 0.5 l/min for each nozzle
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Do not use mixed pesticides for testing. Use only
clean water.
Use of pesticides when testing is hazardous to
your health.
4.5
Calibration Procedure
Spray tip wear - courtesy of Teejet.
c) Collect and measure the volume of
spray from one nozzle and adjust
pressure so that the nozzle gives the
specified output (eg 0.5 l/min).
IMPORTANT:
Do not use a worn nozzle to set the
pressure setting and nozzle rates.
If the boom is not fitted with new
nozzles, fit one new nozzle and use it
to set the flow rate and pressure
setting.
This sets the standard flow rate,
pressure setting and spray pattern
with which to test the performance of
other nozzles.
d) When the pressure is set to give a
specified nozzle output (using a new
nozzle), collect and measure the
volume of spray from each nozzle
for one minute in a collection jar or
calibrating jug.
Specially designed nozzle testing
equipment such as nozzle
calibrating jugs can be used to
simplify nozzle calibration.
e) Visually check nozzle spray patterns
and spray angle for accuracy and,
if necessary, replace any faulty
nozzles.
Sprayer Calibration
f) Discard and replace any nozzle that
deviates more than 10% from the
specified output (eg with a 0.5 l/min
specification- discard any nozzles
0.45 l/min and under or 0.55 l/min
and over).
g) Check replacement nozzles by
collecting and measuring output
from each replacement.
h) Record the output of each nozzle on
the boom. Add the outputs together
and divide by the number of nozzles
to get the required output of each
nozzles in one minute.
Step 7
Calculate Application Rate
When operating the spray controller, the
controller automatically calculates and
shows the rate of application.
Application Rate (l/ha) =
Spray Output (l/min) x 600 ÷
Speed (km/hr) x Swath Width (m)
eg, [18 x 600] ÷ [12 x 18]
= 50 l/ha
eg, Total spray output 18 l/min ÷
36 nozzles = 0.5 l/min per
nozzle.
CAUTION
Do not use a worn nozzles to set the pressure
setting and nozzle rates, otherwise inaccurate
calibration will occur.
4.6
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 4
Calibration Procedure
+/- keys.
Step 8
If tested application is not
satisfactory:
a) In Auto mode - if application rate is
not being achieved:
i) Operating pressure will climb if
nozzles are too small or blocked
or speed is too slow.
Likewise, if your pressure filter is
blocked (even partially), you may
experience excessive pressure at
the pump.
b) In Manual mode - the Controller
application rate can be altered by:
i) Adjusting pressure up or down to
increase or decrease rate of
application (use +/- keys).
ii) Adjusting spraying speed up or
down to decrease or increase
rate of application.
iii) Changing to a different nozzle
capacity.
Repeat necessary testing procedures
and calculation of application rate if
adjustments or changes are made.
Make adjustments accordingly.
ii) Operating pressure will fall if
nozzles are too large or speed
is too slow. Make adjustments
accordingly.
NOTE
Full instructions of controller operation are
contained in your seperate Controller Manual.
NOTE
All nozzles have a pressure and flow rate range to
acheive the best results.
Ensure you have selected the nozzle which best
suits your application to avoid any problems.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Step 9
Add The Correct Amount
Of Chemical To The Tank
a) For land area rates (litres or kg
per hectare), use the following
formula:
Chemical Required (litres) =
Tank Volume (litres) x
Recommended Chemical Rate
(l/ha) ÷ Spray Application Rate
(l/ha)
eg, [2000 x 2.0] ÷ 50
= 80 litres
b) If chemical recommendation is
given in water volume rates use
the following formula:
c) For land area covered, use the
formula:
Area Covered (ha) =
Tank Volume (litres) ÷ Spray
Application Rate (l/ha)
eg, 2000 ÷ 50
= 40 hectares
d) For tank volume required, use the
formula:
Tank Volume Required (litres) =
Area (ha) x Spray Application
Rate (l/ha)
eg, 20 x 50
= 1000 litres
Chemical Required (litres) =
Tank Volume (litres) x
Recommended Chemical Rate
(l/100 litres) ÷ 100
eg, [2000 x 4] ÷ 100
= 80 litres
NOTE
Mix only the amount required. Avoid wastage and
the problem of needless chemical disposal.
4.7
Calibration Procedure
Sprayer Calibration
Boom height - courtesy of Teejet.
Step 10
Adjust Boom Height
Boom height should be adjusted to suit
the type of nozzle used, terrain and crop
or soil being sprayed.
Minimum boom height recommendations
depend on the nozzle spray angle and
nozzle spacing.
Step 11
Record All Data For
Future Reference
Record all your calibration data on the work
sheets given at the end of this section.
Photocopy the work sheets to obtain the
number of work sheets required.
Refer to Nozzle chart recommendations.
4.8
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
[ XR = Extended Range ]
[ AI = Air Induction ]
Section 4
XR & AI TeeJet Nozzle Chart
Litres/ha @ 500mm nozzle spacing
Nozzle
(filter)
Bar
l/min
4km/h
5km/h
6km/h
7km/h
8km/h
10km/h
12km/h
16km/h
18km/h
20km/h
25km/h
30km/h
35km/h
XR11001
AI11001
(100 mesh)
1.0
1.5
2.0
3.0
4.0
0.23
0.28
0.32
0.39
0.45
69.0
84.0
96.0
117
135
55.2
67.2
76.8
93.6
108
46.0
56.0
64.0
78.0
90.0
39.4
48.0
54.9
66.9
77.1
34.5
42.0
48.0
58.5
67.5
27.6
33.6
38.4
46.8
54.0
23.0
28.0
32.0
39.0
45.0
17.3
21.0
24.0
29.3
33.8
15.3
18.7
21.3
26.0
30.0
13.8
16.8
19.2
23.4
27.0
11.0
13.4
15.4
18.7
21.6
9.2
11.2
12.8
15.6
18.0
7.9
9.6
11.0
13.4
15.4
XR110015
AI110015
(100 mesh)
1.0
1.5
2.0
3.0
4.0
0.34
0.42
0.48
0.59
0.68
102
126
144
177
204
81.6
101
115
142
163
68.0
84.0
96.0
118
136
48.3
72.0
82.3
101
117
51.0
63.0
72.0
88.5
102
40.8
50.4
57.6
70.8
81.6
34.0
42.0
48.0
59.0
68.0
25.5
31.5
36.0
44.3
51.0
22.7
28.0
32.0
39.3
45.3
20.4
25.2
28.8
35.4
40.8
16.3
20.2
23.0
28.3
32.6
13.6
16.8
19.2
23.6
27.2
11.7
14.4
16.5
20.2
23.3
XR11002
AI11002
(50 mesh)
1.0
1.5
2.0
3.0
4.0
0.46
0.56
0.65
0.79
0.91
138
168
195
237
273
110
134
156
190
218
92.0
112
130
158
182
78.9
96.0
111
135
156
69.0
84.0
97.5
119
137
55.2
67.2
78.0
94.8
109
46.0
56.0
65.0
79.0
91.0
34.5
42.0
48.8
59.3
68.3
30.7
37.3
43.3
52.7
60.7
27.6
33.6
29.0
47.4
54.6
22.1
26.9
31.2
37.9
43.7
18.4
22.4
26.0
31.6
36.4
15.8
19.2
22.3
27.1
31.2
XR11003
AI11003
(50 mesh)
1.0
1.5
2.0
3.0
4.0
0.68
0.83
0.96
1.18
1.36
204
249
288
354
408
163
199
230
283
326
136
166
192
236
272
117
142
165
202
233
102
125
144
177
204
81.6
100
115
142
163
68.0
83.0
96.0
118
136
51.0
62.3
72.0
88.5
102
45.3
55.3
64.0
78.7
90.7
40.8
49.8
57.6
70.8
81.6
32.6
39.8
46.1
56.6
65.3
27.2
33.2
38.4
47.2
54.4
23.3
28.5
32.9
40.5
46.6
XR11004
AI11004
(50 mesh)
1.0
1.5
2.0
3.0
4.0
0.91
1.12
1.29
1.58
1.82
273
336
387
474
546
218
269
310
379
437
182
224
258
316
364
156
192
221
271
312
137
168
194
237
273
109
134
155
190
218
91.0
112
129
158
182
68.3
84.0
96.8
119
137
60.7
74.7
86.0
105
121
54.6
67.2
77.4
94.8
109
43.7
53.8
61.9
75.8
87.4
36.4
44.8
51.6
63.2
72.8
31.2
38.4
44.2
54.2
62.4
XR11005
AI11005
(50 mesh)
1.0
1.5
2.0
3.0
4.0
1.14
1.39
1.61
1.97
2.27
342
417
483
591
681
274
334
386
473
545
228
278
322
394
454
195
238
276
338
389
171
209
242
296
341
137
167
193
236
272
114
139
161
197
227
85.5
104
121
148
170
76.0
92.7
107
131
151
68.4
83.4
96.6
118
136
54.7
66.7
77.3
94.6
109
45.6
55.6
64.4
78.8
90.8
39.1
47.7
55.2
67.5
77.8
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
4.9
Air-Mix & Turbodrop® Nozzle Chart
Sprayer Calibration
Litres/ha @ 500mm nozzle spacing
Nozzle
Bar
l/min
5km/h
6km/h
7km/h
8km/h
10km/h
12km/h
16km/h
20km/h
TDAM015
TD015
(Green)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0,346
0,490
0,600
0,693
0,775
0,849
0,917
0,980
1,039
1,095
83
118
144
166
186
204
220
235
249
263
69
98
120
139
155
170
183
196
208
219
59
84
103
119
133
146
157
168
178
188
52
74
90
104
116
127
138
147
156
164
42
59
72
83
93
102
110
118
125
132
35
49
60
69
77
85
92
98
104
109
26
36
45
52
58
64
69
74
78
82
21
29
36
42
47
51
55
59
63
66
TDAM02
TD02
(Yellow)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0,462
0,653
0,800
0,924
1,033
1,131
1,222
1,306
1,386
1,460
111
157
192
222
248
271
293
313
332
350
92
131
160
185
207
226
244
261
277
292
79
112
137
159
177
94
209
224
237
250
69
98
120
139
155
170
183
196
208
219
55
78
96
111
124
136
147
157
166
175
46
65
80
92
103
113
122
131
139
146
35
49
60
69
77
85
92
98
104
110
28
39
48
56
62
68
73
78
83
88
TDAM025
TD025
(Lilac)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0,577
0,816
1,000
1,154
1,291
1,414
1,528
1,632
1,732
1,826
138
196
240
278
310
339
366
391
415
438
115
163
200
231
259
283
305
326
346
365
99
140
171
199
221
243
261
280
296
313
87
122
150
174
194
213
229
245
260
274
69
98
120
139
155
170
184
196
208
219
58
82
100
115
129
141
153
163
174
183
43
61
75
86
96
106
115
122
130
138
35
49
60
70
78
85
92
98
104
110
TDAM03
TD03
(Blue)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0,693
0,980
1,200
1,385
1,549
1,697
1,833
1,960
2,078
2,191
166
234
288
333
372
408
440
460
498
526
139
196
240
278
310
340
366
392
416
438
119
168
206
238
266
292
314
336
356
376
104
147
180
208
232
254
276
294
312
328
83
118
144
166
186
204
220
236
250
264
69
98
120
138
154
170
184
196
208
218
52
74
90
104
116
128
138
148
156
164
42
59
72
84
94
102
110
118
126
132
4.10
25km/h
30km/h
35km/h
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Air-Mix & Turbodrop® Nozzle Chart
Section 4
Litres/ha @ 500mm nozzle spacing
Nozzle
Bar
l/min
5km/h
6km/h
7km/h
8km/h
10km/h
12km/h
16km/h
20km/h
TDAM04
TD04
(Red)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
0,924
1,306
1,600
1,847
2,066
2,263
2,444
2,612
2,771
2,921
222
313
384
444
496
542
586
626
664
700
185
261
320
370
414
452
488
522
554
584
158
224
274
318
354
388
418
448
474
500
139
196
240
278
310
340
366
392
416
438
111
157
192
222
248
272
294
314
332
350
92
131
160
184
206
226
244
260
278
292
69
98
120
138
154
170
184
196
208
220
55
78
96
112
124
136
146
156
166
176
TDAM05
TD05
(Brown)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1,155
1,633
2,000
2,309
2,582
2,828
3,055
3,264
3,464
3,651
277
392
480
556
620
678
732
682
830
876
231
327
400
462
518
566
610
652
692
730
198
280
342
398
442
486
522
560
592
626
173
245
300
348
388
426
458
490
520
548
139
196
240
278
310
340
368
392
416
438
116
163
200
230
258
282
306
326
346
366
87
122
150
172
192
212
230
245
260
276
69
98
120
140
156
170
184
196
208
219
TDAM06
TD06
(Grey)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1,386
1,960
2,400
2,771
3,098
3,394
3,666
3,919
4,157
4,382
333
470
576
666
744
816
880
940
996
1052
277
392
480
556
620
680
732
784
832
876
238
336
412
476
532
584
628
672
712
752
208
294
360
416
464
508
552
588
624
656
166
235
288
332
372
408
440
475
500
528
139
196
240
276
308
340
368
392
416
436
104
147
180
208
232
256
276
296
312
328
83
118
144
168
188
204
220
236
252
264
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
25km/h
30km/h
35km/h
4.11
Calibration Work Sheet
Step 1
Check the Sprayer is in Good Working Order
Step 2
Determine Actual Speed of Travel
Follow Instructions on page 60 (Pegasus Calibration
page).
Tractor model
Gear
Sprayer Calibration
Nozzle Flow Rate (l/min)
=
Speed (km/hr) x Swath Width (m) x Application
Rate (l/ha) ÷ 600 ÷ Number of nozzles
...... x ..... x ..... ÷ 600 ÷ .......
= .......... l/min for each nozzle
Step 5
Fit Selected Nozzles to Boom
Range
Nozzle Type: ...................................................
Dual power
Nozzle Size: ...................................................
Engine RPM
Nozzle Colour: ...............................................
Speed in Km/h
Step 3
Measure Boom Widths
Boom section 1: .............................................
Boom section 2: .............................................
Boom section 3: .............................................
Step 6
Check Nozzle Accuracy & Determine Nozzle
Output
Thoroughly check nozzles & test the actual output of
each nozzle.
• Pressure Setting: ..........................................
• Individual Nozzle Outputs: ...........................
Step 9
Add Correct Amount of Chemical
• Chemical: .......................................................
• Water Quantity: ..............................................
• Chemical Added: ...........................................
Step 10
Boom Height
.........................................................................
Step 11
Record Data
Date
Farm location
Boom section 4: .............................................
.........................................................................
Crop to be sprayed
Boom section 5: .............................................
.........................................................................
Spray Volume litres/ha
Boom section 6: .............................................
• Sum of Nozzle Outputs: ...............................
Boom section 7: .............................................
• Pressure Setting: .........................................
Step 7
Calculate Application Rate
The spray Controller automatically calculates and
shows the rate of application.
Application Rate (l/ha)
=
Spray Output (l/min) x 600 ÷ Speed (km/hr) x
Swath Width (m)
• Travel speed (km/hr): ....................................
[......... x 600] ÷ [........ x .........]
Step 4
Select Nozzle Type & Size
• Chemical: ......................................................
• Type of Nozzle: .............................................
• Total number of nozzles to be used .............
4.12
Step 8
If Tested Application is Not Satisfactory - Make
Changes & Repeat Procedure
.........................................................................
.........................................................................
=
Nozzle type
Nozzle size &colour
No. of nozzles used
Nozzle pressure
Tested Output in l/min
Actual Litres/Hectare
................
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 4
Step 1
Check the Sprayer is in Good Working Order
Step 2
Determine Actual Speed of Travel
Follow Instructions on page 60 (Pegasus Calibration
page).
Tractor model
Gear
Calibration Work Sheet
Nozzle Flow Rate (l/min)
=
Speed (km/hr) x Swath Width (m) x Application
Rate (l/ha) ÷ 600 ÷ Number of nozzles
...... x ..... x ..... ÷ 600 ÷ .......
= .......... l/min for each nozzle
Step 5
Fit Selected Nozzles to Boom
Range
Nozzle Type: ...................................................
Dual power
Nozzle Size: ...................................................
Engine RPM
Nozzle Colour: ...............................................
Speed in Km/h
Step 3
Measure Boom Widths
Boom section 1: .............................................
Boom section 2: .............................................
Boom section 3: .............................................
Step 6
Check Nozzle Accuracy & Determine Nozzle
Output
Thoroughly check nozzles & test the actual output of
each nozzle.
• Pressure Setting: ..........................................
• Individual Nozzle Outputs: ...........................
Step 8
If Tested Application is Not Satisfactory - Make
Changes & Repeat Procedure
.........................................................................
.........................................................................
Step 9
Add Correct Amount of Chemical
• Chemical: .......................................................
• Water Quantity: ..............................................
• Chemical Added: ...........................................
Step 10
Boom Height
.........................................................................
Step 11
Record Data
Date
Farm location
Boom section 4: .............................................
.........................................................................
Crop to be sprayed
Boom section 5: .............................................
.........................................................................
Spray Volume litres/ha
Boom section 6: .............................................
• Sum of Nozzle Outputs: ...............................
Boom section 7: .............................................
• Pressure Setting: .........................................
Step 7
Calculate Application Rate
The spray Controller automatically calculates and
shows the rate of application.
Application Rate (l/ha)
=
Spray Output (l/min) x 600 ÷ Speed (km/hr) x
Swath Width (m)
• Travel speed (km/hr): ....................................
[......... x 600] ÷ [........ x .........]
Step 4
Select Nozzle Type & Size
• Chemical: ......................................................
• Type of Nozzle: .............................................
• Total number of nozzles to be used .............
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
=
Nozzle type
Nozzle size &colour
No. of nozzles used
Nozzle pressure
Tested Output in l/min
Actual Litres/Hectare
................
4.13
Calibration Work Sheet
Step 1
Check the Sprayer is in Good Working Order
Step 2
Determine Actual Speed of Travel
Follow Instructions on page 60 (Pegasus Calibration
page).
Tractor model
Gear
Sprayer Calibration
Nozzle Flow Rate (l/min)
=
Speed (km/hr) x Swath Width (m) x Application
Rate (l/ha) ÷ 600 ÷ Number of nozzles
...... x ..... x ..... ÷ 600 ÷ .......
= .......... l/min for each nozzle
Step 5
Fit Selected Nozzles to Boom
Range
Nozzle Type: ...................................................
Dual power
Nozzle Size: ...................................................
Engine RPM
Nozzle Colour: ...............................................
Speed in Km/h
Step 3
Measure Boom Widths
Boom section 1: .............................................
Boom section 2: .............................................
Boom section 3: .............................................
Step 6
Check Nozzle Accuracy & Determine Nozzle
Output
Thoroughly check nozzles & test the actual output of
each nozzle.
• Pressure Setting: ..........................................
• Individual Nozzle Outputs: ...........................
Step 9
Add Correct Amount of Chemical
• Chemical: .......................................................
• Water Quantity: ..............................................
• Chemical Added: ...........................................
Step 10
Boom Height
.........................................................................
Step 11
Record Data
Date
Farm location
Boom section 4: .............................................
.........................................................................
Crop to be sprayed
Boom section 5: .............................................
.........................................................................
Spray Volume litres/ha
Boom section 6: .............................................
• Sum of Nozzle Outputs: ...............................
Boom section 7: .............................................
• Pressure Setting: .........................................
Step 7
Calculate Application Rate
The spray Controller automatically calculates and
shows the rate of application.
Application Rate (l/ha)
=
Spray Output (l/min) x 600 ÷ Speed (km/hr) x
Swath Width (m)
• Travel speed (km/hr): ....................................
[......... x 600] ÷ [........ x .........]
Step 4
Select Nozzle Type & Size
• Chemical: ......................................................
• Type of Nozzle: .............................................
• Total number of nozzles to be used .............
4.14
Step 8
If Tested Application is Not Satisfactory - Make
Changes & Repeat Procedure
.........................................................................
.........................................................................
=
Nozzle type
Nozzle size &colour
No. of nozzles used
Nozzle pressure
Tested Output in l/min
Actual Litres/Hectare
................
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Lubrication & Maintenance
Greasing & Service Procedures
5.2
Grease Point Diagrams
5.3
Diaphragm Pumps
5.4
Filters
5.6
Diaphragms, Straps & Foam Markers
5.7
Motor Valves
5.8
Booms
5.9
Airbag Suspension
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 5
5.11
5.1
Greasing & Service Procedures
Greasing & Service
Procedures
1 Clean suction line filter with each
tank load.
2 Clean bottom-fill line filter after each
tank fill if necessary.
3 Clean pressure line filter.
4 Check nozzle filters.
5 Check tyre pressure (350kPa), and
check wheel nuts.
6 Check flush tank straps and tighten if
necessary.
8 Grease tractor to sprayer PTO
universal joints every 8 hours.
Grease lightly until grease becomes
firm in seals. Over greasing will break
seals and allow dust and moisture to
penetrate - increasing wear.
9 Grease PTO inner tubes every 8
hours.
To lubricate the inner tube, slide PTO
shaft apart, clean the telescopic
tubes, grease and reassemble.
10 Grease the PTO covers every 20
hours.
7 Clean Rapid-check flowmeter (refer
to page 4.3).
Lubrication & Maintenance
11 Check pump air chamber pressure
on a regular basis. As a general
guideline it should be 10%-20% of
operating pressure (70-100 kPa [1015 psi]). Refer to page 5.4 for more
information.
12 To ensure trouble free spraying,
flush the sprayer with fresh water
thoroughly each day, and before
changing chemicals.
Dispose of tank wash according
to chemical manufacturers
instructions.
Every 200 Hours or 6 Months
- Whichever comes sooner
1 Lubricate quick release lock pins on
PTO shaft.
2 Re-pack wheel bearings with grease.
3 Inspect air-axle (if fitted) and adjust if
necessary.
4 Change air filter for foam marker.
5 Fully flush foam marker.
6 Grease all tank lid seals with vaseline.
13 Grease all boom joints, height
adjuster points and other grease
points (refer diagram on page 5.3).
NOTE
Ensure the sliding inner tubes of the PTO are
greased every 8 hours (working around the clock
equals 3 times/day), especially when doing a lot
of tight turning
5.2
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 5
Grease Point Diagrams
Chassis & PTO Grease Points
Boom Grease Points
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
5.3
Diaphragm Pumps
Diaphragm Pump
Maintenance
Annovi & Reverberi (A&R) pumps are of
the piston-diaphragm type. All parts in
contact with the spray liquid, which are
subject to corrosion, are protected, making
them ideal for spraying (herbicides,
insecticides, fungicides, fertilisers, etc.),
disinfection and washing.
Lubrication & Maintenance
Daily after Use
Every 50 Hours
1 Flush pump with clean water.
Check surge chamber pressure and
adjust as follows:
2 Drain filters and clean. A high
percentage of pump failures are due
to blocked filters.
• Air pressure 70-100kPa
(10- 15psi) [Should be 10-20%
of operating pressure].
Vibration of the delivery hose
usually indicates that the air
pressure in the surge chamber is
incorrect.
Daily Before Starting the
Pump
The main cause of surge chamber
diaphragm fracture is low pressure
in this chamber.
1 Check that oil is visible in sight
glass (half way up) and top up if
necessary with good clean motor oil
20W/30 or 20W/40.
Surge chamber pressure can
be checked with an ordinary tyre
gauge.
The above pressure range is a
guide to the correct pressure.
2 Clean all sprayer filters. Blocked or
semi blocked filters place extra
stress on diaphragms.
3 Start with zero pressure and the
pump will self prime immediately
and clear air locks in suction line.
CAUTION
Running a diaphragm pump faster than specified
will not improve performance, but will damage
and wear out moving parts.
Warranty will be made void by speeds in excess
of those indicated on the pump name plate.
5.4
However, if difficulties recur, adjust
the pressure until an even flow is
obtained from the pump (no pulsing
of liquid at operating RPM). The
pressure is best increased with a
bicycle pump.
Every 250 hours or Every
Season - Whichever
Comes Sooner
1 Change oil and refill with 20W/30 oil.
Attention should be made to remove
trapped air behind the diaphragms
by rocking from side to side as
instructed.
It is also good practise to run the
pump for 10 minutes without
pressure, and then, top up with
oil before working the pump.
2 When changing the pump oil, check
diaphragms and replace them if they
are showing signs of wear.
This is normally a pre-season
maintenance procedure which can
be done easily as no special tools are
required.
You can avoid unnecessary down
time in spraying seasons by carrying
out the proper maintenance.
3 Also check inlet and outlet valves
and replace if worn. Worn valves
not only reduce the output of the
pump, but may reduce the life of
the diaphragms.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 5
Excessive
Diaphragm Failure
If you have excessive diaphragm failure
check the following points. These will
cause failure of diaphragms due to added
stress or chemical attack.
Diaphragm Pumps
8 Bypass line too small to carry full
capacity of pump.
9 In cold climates - frozen suction/
discharge lines or water remaining in
the pump after flushing.
10 Incorrect air setting or no air in air
chamber.
1 Most Important - Pump not being
flushed out daily with clean water
after use.
11 Agitator excessively restricting
bypass from pump.
2 Oil level too low allowing air between
piston and diaphragm.
12 Diaphragm material construction
incorrect for chemical or solution
being pumped.
3 Air leaks in suction line.
4 Restricted suction line.
5 Restriction through suction filter.
6 Not cleaning suction filter regularly.
7 Worn suction and discharge valves.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
13 Chemicals containing toluene or
other aggressive solvents may
require viton diaphragms
- particularly if the pump is not
properly flushed after use.
Pre-Season
Servicing
Pump Storage and
Corrosion Protection
For thorough pre-season servicing check all aspects of the Pegasus and its
operating components as outlined in the
pre-delivery check list on page 1.7.
1 Warm Climates
If you operate in a warm climate with
no chance of frost in the winter, you
will not have any problems with frost
damage.
If you are storing your sprayer
between seasons, ensure your pump
has been thoroughly flushed with
clean water. A good idea is to run
a mixture of 1% solution of summer
mineral spraying oil through the pump
and plumbing system. Summer
spraying oil is water-soluble oil such
as DC-Tron. This will coat and protect
all internal pump parts. Ensure this
mixture is flushed out before spraying
commences in the new season.
2 Cold Climates
For prolonged storage, an anti-freeze
mixture can be flushed through the
pump. Ensure this is thoroughly
flushed out prior to the
commencement of spraying again.
If the pump is being stored overnight
and a risk of freezing is imminent,
drain all liquid from the pump and
lines, including boom lines.
5.5
Filters
Remove outer screw & bowl of suction filter.
Lubrication & Maintenance
Remove & clean the filter element & components.
Reassemble & tighten outer screw of suction filter.
Regularly check and clean nozzle filters.
Filter Maintenance
Suction Filter
Pressure Filters
Nozzle Filters
Clean filters ensure that no solids enter
the spraying system to block or damage
pump or nozzles.
The suction filter should be cleaned
regularly, or after each spray tank has
been emptied.
The pressure filters should be cleaned
regularly, or after each spray tank has
been emptied.
Nozzle filters should be cleaned regularly
to avoid nozzle blockages.
All filters should be cleaned regularly or
after each spraying period.
See cleaning instructions on page 2.21.
See cleaning instructions on page 2.22.
Bottom-Fill Filter
The bottom-fill filter should be cleaned
regularly, or after each spray tank has
been filled.
See cleaning instructions on page 3.8.
See cleaning instructions on page 3.9.
If leaking occurs from the nozzle cap,
check caps are correctly fitted with seals
&/or the condition of the seals. Replace if
necessary.
Foam Marker Filter
The foam marker filter should be cleaned
regularly or after each tank of foam has
been emptied.
See cleaning instructions on page 5.9.
5.6
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Diaphragms, Straps & Foam Markers
Section 5
Remove & clean non-drip diaphragms regularly.
Non-Drip
Diaphragms
Non-drip diaphragms should be cleaned
regularly to prevent dripping from
nozzles.
To clean the non-drip diaphragms:
1 Completely stop all sprayer functions.
2 Unscrew and remove the diaphragm
cap.
3 Remove and clean any sediment Off
the diaphragm membrane.
Replace the diaphragm membrane if
damaged.
4 Refit the diaphragm.
5 Refit the diaphragm cap and carefully
tighten.
NOTE
Do not over tighten the diaphragm cap. Over
tightening the cap may impede flow through the
diaphragm.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Regularly check that tank straps are tight.
Tank Straps
The tank straps of the flush tank should be
kept tight so that the tank does not slide.
Tank clamps should be checked two or
three times a day when the sprayer is new
and the tank and frame are bedding-in.
Thereafter the tank clamps should be
checked regularly.
Remove the Outback cabinet.
Foam Marker
Maintenance
Air Pump Filter
The air pump filter should be inspected
and cleaned weekly in normal operating
conditions. More often in very dusty
conditions. Otherwise, clean as often as
experience dictates.
Foam Marker Cabinet
It’s also a good idea to use an air hose to
blow out the cabinet and air pump motor
cavity after each 50 hours of operation. (Or
more often in very dusty conditions.)
Tank
Use an air hose clean out the cabinet area.
Off-Season Storage
To prepare the foam marker for storage,
following these steps:
1 Drain the tank by removing the filter
bowl.
2 Clean filter and replace filter bowl.
3 Add approximately 10 litres of weak
foam solution mixture to the tank.
4 Using an air hose, blow the cabinet
clean.
5 Clean the inlet air-filter (page 5.8).
6 Protect unplugged connectors from
the weather.
Keep dirt and debris out of the tank at all
times.
NOTE
The foam marker is protected by:
• A 50 mesh filter under the cabinet, &
• A 100 mesh filter located in the line
before the liquid orifice.
Do not drain the tank & plumbing for storage as it
is better to store the unit wet rather than dry.
These may need cleaning periodically,
depending on cleanliness of operations.
NOTE
If you experience freezing temperatures during
the Off season, use an anti-freeze solution rather
than a weak foam solution in the above steps.
5.7
Foam Markers, Motor Valves
Regularly clean the air filter.
Regularly clean the foam marker filter.
Air Cleaner
Liquid Filter
The air cleaner, located on the frame
as shown should be cleaned weekly. In
extremely dusty conditions, it should be
cleaned more frequently.
The liquid filter, located on the bottom
of the foamer box, should be cleaned
weekly. If water contains high amount of
sediment and sand, it should be cleaned
more frequently.
To clean the air filter:
1 Remove the wing nut on top of the
air filter and remove the cover.
2 Remove the filter element and clean
using warm water with a mild
detergent.
3 Rinse thoroughly and dry.
To clean the liquid filter:
1 Turn “off” the shut-off valve located
beside the filter.
2 Remove the filter bowl - you should
be able to unscrew by hand.
Lubrication & Maintenance
5-bank motor valves pictured.
Electric Motor-Valve
Maintenance
1 Flush system with clean water after
each day’s use, especially when
using wettable powders.
2 Clean and drain the system for
storage.
3 Do not apply lubricating oils or other
petroleum products to the valves, as
this may cause swelling of the
rubber parts.
4 Check with the chemical
manufacturer to be sure chemicals
being used are compatible with the
valve parts.
5 Check the ON/OFF operation of the
valves periodically, especially if
nozzles cannot be seen while
operating.
6 Visually check electrical connections
to ensure they are clean and secure.
Be careful not to lose the gasket.
4 Replace filter and cover.
3 Remove the filter screen.
5 Replace wing nut and tighten.
4 Wash the screen with clean water, if
necessary a mild detergent can be
used. Rinse thoroughly.
5 Replace screen in filter bowl.
CAUTION
Do not use compressed air when cleaning the air
filter as it may damage the air filter element.
5.8
6 Replace the filter bowl and tighten
by hand.
7 Turn “On” the shut Off valve.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Booms
Section 5
Boom Maintenance
Careful and regular maintenance will
ensure good, long operational life.
Daily Maintenance
Clean the boom at the end of each
working day or whenever the equipment
is stopped for a period of time exceeding
on hour. Rinse the plumbing lines and let
clean water flow from the nozzles. Clean
external surface with a water jet.
Every 50 Hours
Maintenance
Carry out the following maintenance
procedures every 50 hours:
4 Check wear of sliding shoes (D),
shown in figure 2 (above).
1 Make sure screws of all boom
components are intact and tightened.
5 Grease the boom, as shown in the
illustration (below).
6 Grease the boom parellelogram lift &
suspension pivot points.
2 Retouch damage painted parts.
3 Check stop plugs (C), shown in figure
1 (above). Replace them if necessary.
Ensure nozzles and nozzle bodies are
correctly fixed and sealed when operating.
also ensure non-drip mechanism are
working.
Grease all grease-points as indicated on
these pages.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
5.9
Booms
Lubrication & Maintenance
Periodical Maintenance
End of Season Maintenance
1 Check springs(A) [New SF only] and B) shown in figure 4 above;
replace them if flattened or damaged.
1 Before storage clean all equipment thoroughly.
2 Check springs (B) shown in figure 5 above; replace them if yielded.
2 If necessary protect sprayer plumbing components with antifreeze fluid to avoid damage in severe temperatures.
3 Periodically check all hydraulic hoses and fittings for wear and
replace if necessary.
NOTE
For boom alignment & adjustment refer to pages
3.12 to 3.16.
5.10
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Airbag Suspension
Section 5
Airbag suspension system.
Air chamber drain valve/tap.
Air levelling valve with adjustable linkage.
Trailing Arm Front
Hinge
Air Chamber Drain
Valve
Adjustable Linkage
Assembly
The bush of the Trailing Arm Front Hinge
assembly can be replaced when worn.
The air chamber features a drain valve
located at the bottom of the air reservoir.
To assemble the adjustable linkage of the
air levelling valve:
To remove and replace the steel/rubber
bush:
The valve should be used regularly to
remove any moisture from the chamber.
1 Remove the shock absorbers.
To remove moisture from the chamber:
1 Insert the ¼" straight rod (A) into the
rubber damperner link (B) and tighten
the clamp (C).
2 Disconnect the air level rods.
3 Undo and remove the 30mm bolt
in each front hinge.
4 Remove and replace the rubber/
steel bush of the front hinge.
A specially designed puller/pusher
tool to move and replace the bush is
available.
2 Open the drain valve until all
moisture is removed.
2 Insert the lever arm (F - ¼" rod with
90° bind) into the valve making sure
the centre punch on the cam face (I)
is pointing toward the vertical linkage.
3 Close the drain valve.
3 Tighten the cap screw (G) to 5 ft/lbs.
4 Engage the PTO/pump/compressor
to recharge the chamber.
4 Attach the rubber dampener (D) and
clamp (E). Snug the clamp but do not
tighten until installation is complete.
1 Disengage the PTO/pump drive.
Linkage assembly illustration.
Note: To select the right or left hand
position, hold the valve and rotate the
lever (F) to the desired position.
T h e Pe g a s u s a i r b a g s u s p e n s i o n
uses a variable length lever arm. The
recommended length is 7" to 13".
Tuning the valve to your suspension is
done by increasing or decreasing to obtain
optimum performance when the lever arm
approaches 45° maximum up or down
from a neutral horizontal position (see
instructions on page 41).
5 Re-assemble and replace the
30mm hinge bolts.
The 30mm nut must be tightened
when the trailing arm is an
approximate working position.
6 Re-connect the air level rods.
7 Refit the shock absorbers.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
5.11
5.12
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Trouble Shooting
Section 6
Diaphragm Pump Problems
6.2
General Sprayer Problems
6.4
Hydraulic Pump Drive Problems
6.5
Foam Marker Problems
6.6
Airbag Suspension Problems
6.8
Boom Problems
6.9
Motor Valve Problems
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
6.10
6.1
Diaphragm Pump Problems
Trouble Shooting
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
A Pump does not draw or deliver liquid.
Pressure gauge fluctuates badly.
1 One or more valves are not seating properly.
1 Clean valve seating.
2 The pump is sucking in air through suction line.
2 Examine the suction hose and ensure it is
firmly secured.
3 Air has not been entirely evacuated from the
pump.
3 Rotate the pump with outlet hose and taps
open.
4 Blocked suction filter.
4 Clean suction filter.
5 Damaged or worn suction valves.
5 Replace suction valves.
1 The air in the air chamber of the pump is
incorrectly set.
1 Check pressure in air chamber of pump. Set
at 210-280Kpa (30-40 psi).
2 Diaphragm split.
2 Replace diaphragm.
3 Damaged or worn valves.
3 Replace valves.
4 Foreign matter holding valves open.
4 Clean valves.
1 Regulating valve:
1 Fix the regulator:
B Liquid flow is irregular
(Also check items under A)
C Pump delivers insufficient pressure
D Output drops & pump is noisy.
6.2
• Sticking open
• Unstick the valves.
• Not set for pressure.
• Set the pressure.
• Damaged or worn seat or spring.
• Replace the spring.
2 Cylinder diaphragm ruptured.
2 Replace diaphragms.
3 Pump valves blocked, worn or damaged.
3 Unblock valves and or replace.
4 Spray nozzles worn, missing or exceed
pump capacity.
4 Replace spray nozzles with appropriate size.
1 Oil level is too low.
1 Top up with oil to correct level (1/2 way up the
sump sight glass).
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Section 6
Diaphragm Pump Problems
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
E Oil being discharged through delivery
line or discoloured oil in sight glass of
pump.
1 One or more diaphragms split or ruptured.
1 Immediately drain oil from pump and flush to
remove all spray residues from sump. Remove
pump heads & fit new diaphragms.
Fill to correct level with motor oil 20W/30.
SUCTION SIDE OF PUMP
F Suction hose vibration.
1 Air getting into suction.
1 Seal all joints securely with tape or
stag. Firm up clamps.
G Pump valves hammering.
1 Suction tap partly turned off.
1 Turn tap fully on.
2 Suction strainer(s) blocked.
2 Clean filters.
1 Obstruction in tank or suction line.
1 Clean foreign material from tank & suction line.
H No water flow on suction hose.
DISCHARGE SIDE OF PUMP
1 Pressure control valve spindle doesn’t move
easily.
1 Lubricate with light oil or C.R.C.
J AR control valve leaking from spindle.
1 Split diaphragm or O-rings.
1 Remove 4 body set screws, replace
diaphragm and O-rings.
K Pressure gauge showing correct
working pressure no pressure at
nozzle.
1 Burst discharge line.
1 Replace discharge line.
2 Blocked discharge filter where fitted.
2 Clean discharge filter.
3 O-ring(s) jamming flow in discharge line.
3 Clean discharge line of foreign materials.
4 Ants, wasps build nests in discharge line or
nozzles.
4 Clean nozzles of foreign materials with tooth
brush
I
Pressure gauge pointer swings violently.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
6.3
General Sprayer Problems
Trouble Shooting
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
1 No spray when turned on.
1 Filter on the inlet side of the pump blocked.
1 Dismantle, clean & re-assemble.
2 Faulty pump.
2 Change pump.
1 Air inlet to tank blocked.
1 Clean air vent.
2 Filter on suction side of pump blocking or
blocked.
2 Dismantle, clean & re-assemble the filter. If filter
problem persists, clean out the tank & start again.
1 Some nozzle filters or tips are blocked.
1 Remove, clean & check. Check output & for streaks.
2 Nozzle tips worn.
2 Check nozzle output, replace worn nozzles.
3 Different pressure along the boom.
3 Remove a nozzle in each boom section & check
that flow rate is the same. If different, check for
blockages.
4 Pressure going up - output going down.
1 Nozzle filters blocking.
1 Dismantle, clean & refit. Check pressure returns
to normal. Check all filters and spray mixture.
5 Pressure falling.
1 Filter on suction side blocked.
1 Dismantle & clean the filter.
2 Nozzle tips worn.
2 Check nozzle output, replace worn nozzles.
3 Pressure gauge faulty.
3 Check with new pressure gauge.
4 Pump worn.
4 Repair or replace the pump.
1 Pressure too low.
1 Check that the correct nozzles are being used.
2 Pressure too low & spluttering.
2 Check that the tank is not empty. If not, there is
an air leak between the pump & tank or in the
pump. Check plumbing & repair.
7 Foam in the tank.
1 Too much agitation.
1 Check that the return line is at the bottom of the
tank. Partly close agitation and valve
8 Spray pattern streaky.
1 Nozzle partly blocked.
1 Remove & clean. If it continues, the nozzle is
damaged. Replace with same size tip, check flow
rate of replacement nozzle.
2 Sprays for short time only.
3 Spray is uneven around the boom.
6 Spray pattern narrow.
6.4
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Hydraulic Pump Drive Problems
Section 6
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
A Hydraulic system overheating
1 Improper hydraulic motor size.
1 Refer to pump selection guide to determine
proper size for your system.
2 Bypass adjustment screw set to bypass too
much oil.
2 Close adjustment screw on side of hydraulic
motor to lessen the amount of bypassing oil.
3 Insufficient hydraulic hose size.
3 Check hydraulic hose size. Hose should be at
least ½”. For large open-centre systems ¾”.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
6.5
Foam Marker Problems
Trouble Shooting
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
A Marker doesn’t run at all
1 Harness plug not plugged in or
2 Circuit breaker popped or fuse blown.
1 Check all wiring plugs and connections.
2 Check breaker/fuse and reset/replace if necessary.
B Air pump runs – nothing coming out –
no pressure showing on gauge
1 Liquid pump shut Off or not primed.
1 Turn liquid control knob clockwise as far as it will
go. This will run the pump at full speed to aid in
priming. Allow a minute or two to prime.
If it still won’t prime, find the liquid orifice assembly
near the discharge of the pump & uncouple briefly
to allow air pressure to be relieved.
(Hint: When working on liquid pump, it is helpful to
unplug the air pump so you can hear the liquid pump
running. Remove the two black wires form the air pump
and clamp them together).
If it still doesn’t prime, either the tank strainer/
outlet is completely plugged or the pump needs
service or replacement.
2 Electronic speed control failed causing liquid pump
not to run.
(Hint: When working on liquid pump, it is helpful to
unplug the air pump so you can hear the liquid pump
running)
C Nothing coming out – high pressure
showing
6.6
2 Check this component by feeling and listening to
the motor while you turn the knob up & down. If
it speeds up & slows down, the control & pump
motor are OK. If not,unplug the liquid pump from
the speed control. Using jumper wires, apply 12
Volts DC directly to the liquid pump. It should run
full speed indicating the pump is OK & the Speed
Control is not working.
Check polarity of wires to power supply. speed
control will not operate in reverse polarity. If you’re
absolutely sure it is correct, replace the electronic
speed control.
3 Liquid pump valves or diaphragm have failed.
3 If the liquid pump appears to run normally as
described above, but can’t prime or pump the
liquid, it may need a new diaphragm, or valve
cartridge. We suggest replacing both.
4 Liquid pump motor failed.
4 If you’ve determined in the above step the liquid
pump did not work when 12 Volts was applied,
replace pump motor or whole pump.
1 Liquid orifice plugged.
1 Find liquid orifice assembly near outlet of liquid
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Foam Marker Problems
Section 6
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
D Discharges almost all water Air Flow Restricted
1 Air On/Off solenoid valve doesn't operate.
1 Check for 12V to solenoid. If not, check for
electrical issues. If so, replace air ON/Off solenoid
valve.
2 Pressure regulator incorrectly adjusted.
2 Set pressure regulator to 28 psi.
3 Pressure regulator damaged.
3 Replace pressure regulator.
4 Air discharge plugged.
4 Inspect air check valve located near solenoid
discharge for proper operation.
1 Concentrate weak or water too hard.
1 Strengthen concentrate mixture or add water
conditioner. If this doesn’t work, try a different water
supply.
2 Liquid pressure too high.
2 Reduce liquid pressure to under 40 psi.
3 Air supply not operating or plugged.
3 See air pump remedies above. Service air cleaner.
F Not enough foam
1 Foam quality poor or weak air supply.
1 Measure the output by catching in a bucket. If
output exceeds 20 litres/min, the marker is working
at full capacity. If not, make sure foam quality is
good as described above. Also, low output can
be related to poor air supply performance. See
description above.
G Foam goes to wrong side
1 Left-Right hoses hooked up backwards.
1 Reverse hoses on Directo-Valve.
H Foam won't switch sides
1 No power to valve.
1 Check electrical connection to the valve
2 Valve failure.
2 Replace valve.
1 Valve Failure
1 Replace valve.
E Discharge foamy but very watery
I
Foam comes out both sides at the same time
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
6.7
Airbag Suspension Problems
Trouble Shooting
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
A Air compressor runs constantly.
1 Air leakage in the system.
1 Find the air leak.
Test by using full air pressure and applying soapy
water. Fix any air leaks.
Use Loctite 569 on all air threads.
B Airbags lose pressure (when left standing
for less than a week).
1 Air leakage in the system.
2 Uneven valve settings.
3 Leaky/dirty valve.
1 Find the air leak by using soapy water to test.
Fix any air leaks.
2 Adjust the valve settings (see page 41).
3 Drain air chamber. Clean/replace the valve.
1 Worn linkage grommets.
1 Replace worn grommets.
2 Hard, non-pliable grommets.
2 Replace new pliable grommets.
3 Grommets loose on rods.
3 Tighten loose grommets.
C Airbags not responsive
6.8
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Boom Problems
Section 6
Problem:
The boom unfolds halfway and then stops.
Probable Cause:
Impurity in calibrated joint during assembly of cylinders.
Remedy:
Disassemble joints and clean, shown in figure 1
Problem:
The boom does not align when unfolding.
Probable Cause:
1 Ball joint of the unfolding cylinder not adjusted.
Problem:
The wing extensions do not align when folding.
2 Shock absorber springs (A) not adjusted or
damaged.
Probable Cause:
Stop bolt not adjusted.
Remedy:
1 Adjust the joint according to the “Wing Alignment”
instructions on page 3.12 to 3.16.
2 Check the springs; replace them if damaged see
figure 2.
Remedy:
Adjust the screw to abtain alignment, as shown in figure
3.
Problem:
The ball joint of the wing extension moves during the
unfolding and folding operation.
Probable Cause:
Loose joint.
Remedy:
Compress the spring, as shown in figure 4 (left).
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
6.9
Motor Valve Problems
Trouble Shooting
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
REMEDY
A Boom line valve opens when it should be closed
and closes when it should be open.
1 Wiring incorrect.
1 Reverse polarity of valve by changing wires at the
valve cap.
B Water leaks past valve when valve is shut.
1 Worn seat.
1 Replace seat/hosetail and/or valve system if
necessary.
C Valve won't operate.
1 No power to valve.
1 Check all connections, supply - loom.
2 Motor failure.
2 Replace motor.
3 Valve clogged.
3 Clean internals of valve and/or put a new valve kit in
the valve.
1 Valve jamming.
1 Clean our valve or replace.
2 No power.
2 Check all power leads and supply, or replace motor.
3 Valve clogged.
3 Clean out valve and/or put a new valve kit in the
valve.
1 No power to valve.
1 Check power supply and all connections.
2 Valve motor failed.
2 Check motor and replace if required.
3 Dump-line blocked.
3 Clean valve and return line.
D Servo valve not regulating flow.
E Dump valve not releasing pressure in system
on shut-off.
6.10
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 - Rev 3
Assembly Drawings & Parts Listings
AR160/185 Pump
AR250 Pump
Liquid Control System
Rotary Valves
Liquid System
Filling System
Valves - Transfer Kit
EnviroTransfer Kit - AR180/AR250
Chem E Flush Assembly
Filters
Lids, Venturis & Tank Rinse Jet
Foam Marker Components
Foam Markers - Outback 10
Boom Fittings
Nozzles & Nozzle Bodies
Chassis, Tank & Wheels
Axles & Stub Axles
Compressor & Air Tank
Air Ride Suspension System
Electrical Wiring
Plumbing Diagrams
Hydraulic Diagrams
Booms
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
7.2
7.4
7.6
7.8
7.9
7.10
7.11
7.12
7.14
7.16
7.17
7.18
7.19
7.20
7.21
7.22
7.24
7.29
7.30
7.31
7.33
7.35
7.50
7.1
AR160/185 Pump
Assembly Drawings & Parts
NOTE
This drawing is for illustration purposes
only. Please refer to the parts list.
7.2
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Pos
1
2
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
Part No
AR3040430
AR3040440
AR3040450
AR3040470
AR760750
AR380242
AR380244
AR751350
AR751352
AR680070
AR759051
AR750071
AR750072
AR880530
AR2340350
AR750110
AR750115
AR750061
AR750062
AR680350
AR1040060
AR750057
AR750052
AR750030
AR750040
AR761010
AR851360
AR680020
AR160672
AR160673
AR751130
AR390290
AR750670
AR760930
AR3040160
AR2420181
AR650640
AR650642
AR550080
AR550084
AR550085
AR550086
AR500260
AR750122
AR760760
AR160700
AR160691
AR760140
AR750090
AR750130
AR540040
AR230350
AR160740
AR200390
AR760201
AR750170
AR750174
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
AR160/185 Pump
Description
Ø 40 Elbow - AR 160 bp
Ø 50 Elbow - AR 185 bp
2” G Ring nut
OR Ø 39.3 x 2.6 O-ring
Line
M8 Nut - Geomet C 20
M8 Nut - Inox C 20
Head
Head
OR Ø 31.5 x 4.25 O-ring
Valve
TE M12 x 70 Screw - Geomet C 50
TE M12 x 70 Screw
3/8” G Plug - C 20
3/8” G Plug - Inox C 20
Sleeve - AR 160 bp
Sleeve - AR 185 bp
TE M12 x 65 Screw - Geomet C 50
TE M12 x 65 Screw - Inox C 50
TCEI M8 x 35 Screw
Ø 72.69 x 2.62 O-ring
Plug - AR 160 bp
Plug - AR 185 bp
Tank
Gasket
Pump body
Ø 120.32 x 2.62 O-ring
Support
TE M10 x 25 Screw - Geomet C 40
TE M10 x 25 Screw - Inox C 40
1”1/2 G M-M Fitting
Ø 29x3 O-ring
1” 1/2 G Ring nut
Ø 25 Elbow - AR 160 bp
Ø 35 Elbow - AR 185 bp
Support
TCEI M10 x 25 Screw - Geomet C 40
TCEI M10 x 25 Screw - Inox C 40
Diaphragm - NBR
Diaphragm - Viton
Diaphragm - Desmopan
Diaphragm - HPDS
Piston ring
Ø 80 Piston
Line
Pin
NOTE
Øi 18 Ring
Connecting-rod
Bearing
Parts in Italics are nonRing
stocked items and may need
Plate
to be ordered.
Bearing
Ring
Øi 62 Ring
Foot
C/C m-AU Shaft - AR 160 bp
C/C m-AV Shaft - AR 185 bp
Qty
1
1
1
2
1
18
18
4
4
8
8
4
4
2
2
4
4
12
12
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
6
4
4
4
4
4
4
1
4
8
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
Pos
Part No
Description
Qty
46
47
AR390290
AR380243
AR390315
AR250143
AR250144
AR330173
AR330174
AR550190
AR550191
AR550192
AR550193
AR650542
AR180020
AR620232
AR621781
AR1782
AR680180
AR1500470
AR850251
AR850252
AR180101
AR1552
AR740290
AR881560
AR1609000
AR880831
AR550450
AR550460
AR390314
AR390315
AR751140
AR620330
AR1800090
AR230310
AR760510
AR760450
AR760520
AR760460
AR760530
AR2240100
AR2240110
AR751250
AR760950
AR760570
AR760920
AR760940
AR820673
AR820672
AR320621
AR320622
AR761030
AR160672
AR160673
AR1040491
AR900210
AR2260200
AR2281270
Ø 29x3 O-ring
Washer - Geomet
Washer - Inox
Washer - Geomet
Washer - Inox
1/2” G Plug - Geomet C 20
1/2” G Plug - Inox C 20
Semi air chamber - NBR
Semi air chamber - Saturflon
Semi air chamber - Viton
Semi air chamber - HPDS
Gasket
Air valve
Semi air chamber
TE M8 x 40 Screw
TE M8 x 40 Screw
Halfball
Cardan protection
M8 x 12 Screw
TCEI M8 x 12 Screw
Ø 17.5 x 2 O-ring
Air chamber
Ø 14 x 1.78 O-ring 2
1/2” G M-F Fitting 1
Safety valve
Ø 15.54 x 2.62 O-ring - Viton
3/4” G Ring nut
Ø 18 Elbow
Washer - Geomet
Washer - Inox
Ø 47.22 x 3.53 O-ring
Øi 65 Ring
Ring
Bearing
Plate
C/F Ø25 m-BX Shaft - AR 160 bp
C/F Ø32 m-BS Shaft - AR 160 bp
C/F Ø25 m-BZ Shaft - AR 185 bp
C/F Ø32 m-BT Shaft - AR 185 bp
Hub pin
M10 Nut
Wobble plate
Ø 40 Hose tail - AR 160 bp
Ø 50 Hose tail - AR 1854 bp
Ø 25 Hose tail - AR 160 bp
Ø 35 Hose tail - AR 185 bp
TCEI M10 x 16 Screw - Geomet
TCEI M10 x 16 Screw - Inox
Washer 3 Geomet
10.5 x 21x 2 Washer - Inox
Foot
TE M10 x 25 Screw - Geomet C 20
TE M10 x 25 Screw - Inox C 20
3/8” M-F Fitting
3/8” G M-F Fitting
Washer
3/8” G Plug
1
18
18
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
8
1
2
3
3
1
1
48
50
52
53
54
55
56
62
58
59
60
61
62
65
67
68
69
70
71
72
74
78
79
80
81
82
103
104
105
106
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
2
6
6
1
1
1
1
7.3
AR250 Pump
Assembly Drawings & Parts
NOTE
NOTE
This drawing is for illustration purposes
only. Please refer to the parts list.
7.4
This drawing is for illustration purposes only.
Please refer to the parts list.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
AR250 Pump
Pos
Part No
Description
1
AR750870
AR750730
AR750071
AR750200
AR750740
AR750860
AR380242
AR750100
AR680070
AR759051
AR200390
AR750170
AR750110
AR750061
AR680350
AR1040060
AR750057
AR750030
AR750040
AR750010
AR680250
AR680020
AR160672
AR540530
AR250310
AR540540
AR392130
AR2420180
AR621500
AR550084
AR550086
AR391930
AR500260
ø 50 Hose tail
ø 60 Hose tail
M12 x 70 Bolt
Base plate
74 x 3.53 O-Ring
Suction manifold
Nut
Head
O-Ring
Complete valve
Circlip
Crankshaft AR 250 bp (AU)
Sleeve AR 250 bp
M 12x65 Bolt
M8 x 35 Bolt
O-Ring
Black oil tank cap AR 250 bp
Oil tank
Gasket
Pump body
Gasket
Shaft support
M 10x25 Bolt
1”1/4-1”3/4 G (M) Threaded adapter
O-Ring
1”3/4 G Ring nut
ø 35 Elbow
Shaft support
M10 x 25 Bolt
Diaphragm - VITON
Diaphragm - HPDS (Recommended)
ø 35 Hose tail Optional
Piston ring
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Qty
Pos
1
1
4
1
2
1
26
6
12
12
2
1
6
20
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
1
2
1
1
1
6
6
6
1
6
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
47
48
53
54
57
58
59
60
62
63
64
65
67
68
Part No
AR750122
AR750420
AR160700
AR160691
AR750140
AR750090
AR750130
AR540040
AR230350
AR160740
AR380243
AR480440
AR250143
AR850251
AR1500350
AR750850
AR750710
AR620232
AR550190
AR550192
AR550193
AR680180
AR621781
AR1552
AR390290
AR180101
AR330173
AR650542
AR180020
Description
Qty
Piston 80mm
Manifold
Pin
Pin circlip
Connecting rod
Roller bearing
Con rod ring
Spacer washer
Bearing
Seal Ring 35 x 52 x 12mm
Washer
O-Ring
Washer
M8 x 12 Bolt
Shaft guard
ø 50 Elbow AR 250 bp
2”1/2 G Ring nut
Upper air chamber
Semi air chamber - RUBBER
Semi air chamber - VITON
Semi air chamber - HPDS
Lower air chamber
M8 x 40 Bolt
Complete air chamber
O-Ring
O-Ring
1/2” G Plug
Gasket
Air valve
6
1
6
12
6
2
2
2
2
2
26
3
4
6
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
1
1
2
2
1
1
NOTE
Parts in Italics are nonstocked items and may need
to be ordered.
7.5
Liquid Control System
Assembly Drawings & Parts
Electric Pressure Dump Valve, Manual Pressure Relief Valve, Electric Regulating Valve
(Servo) and Flowmeter for AR185 Pumps
Manual Regulator-Dump Valve Assembly
1
2
Liquid Control System - Complete Valve
Assembly (Part No: A471CCRO01)
4
3
6
5
8
Pos Part No
Description
Qty
1
A471502
Complete Regulator
1
2
A010005
Clip
1
3
A471202.A32
Bypass Tail
1
4
A4653920S
Valve Motor
1
5
A010003
Clip
1
6
A473001.A32
Inlet Tail
1
7
A471502.550
Dump Valve kit
1
8
A471502.180
Regulator kit
1
7
{ Repair Kits }
Electric Regulating Valve
Flowmeter Assembly
1
1
2
3
2
5
7.6
Pos Part No
Description
1
A463024S
Complete Valve
1
Pos Part No
Description
3
2
A4653925S
Motor
1
1
POL00375908A
Complete Valve
1
[Internal]
3
A473020.130
Regulator Stem Kit
1
2
POL41316399
4
A473001.A25
Tail/Seat
1
Rapid Check Turbine
Assembly
1
5
A010002
Clip
1
4
Qty
3
POL413003AK.CR Sensor with Plug
Qty
1
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Liquid Control System
Electric Pressure-Dump Valve, Electric Regulating Valve (Servo), Manual Pressure Relief
Valve and Flowmeter for AR250/280 Pumps
Dump Valve
Dump Valve Parts
1
Manual PRV
1
2
{ Repair Kit }
2
Pos Part No
Description
Qty
1
A473001
Complete Valve
1
2
A4653920S
Motor
1
3
A473011.550
Regulator Stem Kit
1
4
A473001.A25
Tail/Seat
1
5
A010003
Clip
1
3
[Internal]
5
Liquid Control System - Complete Valve
Assembly (Part No: A473CCRO01)
Manual PRV Parts
4
Pos Part No
Description
Qty
1
A465522
Complete Regulator
1
2
A465005.180
Regulator kit
1
Electric Regulating Valve
Flowmeter Assembly
1
1
2
3
2
5
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Pos Part No
Description
1
A473020S
Complete Valve
1
Pos Part No
Description
3
2
A4653925S
Motor
1
1
POL00375908A
Complete Valve
1
[Internal]
3
A473020.130
Regulator Stem Kit
1
2
POL41316399
4
A473001.A25
Tail/Seat
1
Rapid Check Turbine
Assembly
1
5
A010003
Clip
1
4
Qty
3
POL413003AK.CR Sensor with Plug
Qty
1
7.7
Rotary Valves
Assembly Drawings & Parts
2'' Rotary Valve
1¼'' Rotary Valve
Part No:
Part No: POL10424399
Seal Kit (5 pieces).
POL10405899.
Seal Kit (5 pieces).
(Kit includes seals & O-rings, but not
the ball, body or fittings).
7.8
(Kit includes seals & O-rings, but not
the ball, body or fittings).
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Liquid System
Section 7
Boom Shut-Off Valves, Pressure Gauge & Control Valve/Taps
Boom Shut-Off Valve (each)
1
Pos Part No
Description
1
A463011ST
Complete Valve
1
2
A4653920S
Motor
1
3
A473011.550
Regulator Stem Kit
1
3
4
A473001.125
Tail/Seat
1
[Internal]
5
A010003
Clip
1
2
Boom Shut-Off Valves
5
Qty
4
Shut-Off Taps - Tank Rinse, Probe Rinse & Agitators
Pressure Gauge: L-G 1611
2
1
5
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Pos Part No
Description
Qty
1
A463051
Complete Valve
1
2
A463051.140
Handle
1
3
3
A463051.550
Regulator Stem Kit
1
[Internal]
4
A463001.A13
Tail
1
5
A010002
Clip
1
4
7.9
Filling System
Assembly Drawings & Parts
Filter
Orion Filling Flow-meter
1
Pos Part No
1
Description
Qty
A4622BA61717 Orion Complete
1
1
2
3
4
Non-Return Valve 2"
1
Pos Part No
Description
1
A333072
Filter Complete
1
2
A333000.050
Main Seal O-Ring
1
Qty
3
A317003.030
Screen - internal
1
1
4
A316300.060
Filter O-Rings
2
Pos Part No
Description
Qty
1
Pump & Hydraulic
Motor Complete
1
Hydraulic Hose &
Tap Kit (short drawbar)
1
Hydraulic Hose &
Tap Kit (long drawbar)
1
Hydraulic Repair Kit
1
Filling System with Camlok
Pos Part No
1
BP-112A
Description
Valve complete
2
3
BP-626S
(internal)
BP-626L
2
1
200PHY
3
HY1003
Qty
Filling System with Filling Pump
7.10
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Valves - Transfer Kit
Section 7
3
Drain Valve 2"
2
1
2
Description
1
A454137
Valve Complete
1
2
A454236.050
Tap Handle
1
3
A-EL200
Tail
1
Pos Part No
Description
Qty
Qty
1
A454236
Valve Complete
1
1
2
A454236.050
Tap Handle
1
1
Pos Part No
Description
1
BALL12F2M
Valve Complete
2
BJHB050/075-90 Elbow
Spray/Off/Flush Valve 1½"
Boom Flushing Tap
2
1
Enviro-Transfer Taps (if fitted)
2
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Pos Part No
Qty
1
1
Pos Part No
Description
Qty
1
L-H9562
Male Coupler
1
2
L-H9556
Female Rinsing Socket 1
7.11
Enviro Transfer Kit - AR180/250
Part No: L-H9366/250
Assembly Drawings & Parts
Pos
Part No
Description
Qty
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
L-H9562
A-A1010
TR1HC
HEP25
A200010
A116425
AG10041
A250050
AG10071
A454235H
BJV200BL
A54235.090
A2502070
HPW25
A118426
AG40004
L-H9556
TR34HC
HSC20
A118319
AG40003
COUPLER 3 PIN VITON
HOSEBARB 1" THREAD (M) X 1" HOSE
HOSE CLAMP 25mm
SUCTION HOSE 25mm
FLY NUT 1"
ELBOW 0.25 FOR FLY NUT
O-RING
NIPPLE 1" - 1¼" REDUCING
O-RING VITON
VALVE, BALL POLY 1¼" 3 WAY
VALVE, BALL POLY 2" 3 WAY
O-RING (BALL VALVE)
NIPPLE 2"
PRESSURE HOSE 25mm
PIPE 1" X 1" SINGLE PIPE 90 DEGREE
FLAT SEAL 1" EPDM
RINSING SOCKET
HOSE CLAMP
SUCTION HOSE 20mm
PIPE 1" X 1" SINGLE PIPE 90 DEGREE
O-RING
60 LITRE CHEMEFLUSH (NOT SUPPLIED)
DROP DOWN BRACKET (NOT SUPPLIED)
1
1
4
3m
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
3m
1
1
1
2
2m
1
1
1
1
NOTE
Parts in Italics are nonstocked items and may need
to be ordered.
7.12
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
PLEASE TURN TO THE NEXT PAGE
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
7.13
Chem E Flush Assembly
Assembly Drawings & Parts
60 litre ChemeFlush Part No: L-H9351A
Drop Down Assembly Part No: L-H9355A
7.14
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Chem E Flush Assembly
Section 7
Pos Part No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Description
L-H9351A
60 litre ChemeFlush
A106425
A106640
A116313
A200030
A200040
A200060
A240045
A250030
A250050
A454135
A1302050
A2402065
AG4000B
AG10031
AG10041
AG10061
AG40002
AG40003
BJHB075
BJHB075-050
BJHB075-90
BJHB100
BJSL075-90
BJTEE075
BJTEE100
BJTF150AV
HPW12 12MM
HPW12 12MM
HPW12 12MM
HPW20 20MM
HPW25 25MM
KB-1003A-1 60LT
P60C-1 60LT
P60C-2
PH4622
POL6340839P.CRO
POL63402999
POL63408499
TR1HC
TR34HC
TAIL 1” TO 25MM
TAIL 1 1/2” TO 40MM
ELBOW D13 FOR FLY NUT 3/4”
FLY NUT 3/4”
FLY NUT 1”
FLY NUT 1 1/2”
NIPPLE 1”-1 1/4” REDUCING
NIPPLE 3/4”
NIPPLE 1 1/4”
BALL VALVE POLY 1 1/4” 2 WAY
TEE 1 1/4”
REDUCER NIPPLE 1 1/2”-1 1/4”
FLAT SEAL 5/8” EPDM
O RING 3/4”
O RING 1”
O RING 1 1/2”
FLAT SEAL 1/2” EPDM
FLAT SEAL 3/4” EPDM
HOSEBARB 3/4” NPT X 3/4” BARB
HOSEBARB 3/4” NPT X 1/2” BARB
ELBOW 3/4” NPT X 3/4” BARB
HOSEBARB 1”NPT X 1” BARB
ELBOW 3/4” MALE FEMALE
TEE 3/4” FEMALE
TEE FEMALE THREADED 1” NPT
ANTI VORTEX FITTING 1 1/2”
HOSE
HOSE
HOSE
HOSE
HOSE
CHEM-E-FLUSH MANIFOLD
CHEMIFLUSH TANK
LID
ELBOW 3/4” FEMALE
RINSING NOZZLE WITH 1/2” TAIL
LEVER HANDLE CHEM-E--FLUSH
RINSING NOZZLE
HOSE CLAMP 25MM 1” WORM DRIVE
HOSE CLAMP 20MM 3/4” WORM DRIVE
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
Pos Part No
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Description
TR12HC
UP-105AB
UP-116
40SQWASHER
.75SSWASHER
M6X16 M6 X 16
M6NNUT
M6FWASHER
HOSE CLAMP 20MM 1/2” WORM DRIVE
CHEM-E-FLUSH MOUNTING BRKT SERIES 2
NOZZLE 8.5 VENTURI CHEM E PLUS
40MM SQUARE WASHER
3/4” STAINLESS STEEL WASHER
BOLT HT ZP
M6 NYLOC NUT
M6 FLAT WASHER ZP
L-H9355A
Drop Down Assembly
L-H9355A-1
L-H9355A-2
L-H9355A-3
L-H9355A-4
L-H9355A-5
L-H9355A-6
L-H9355A-7
L-H9355A-8
L-H9355A-9
L-H9355A-10
L-H9355A-11
L-H9355A-12
L-H9355A-13
M16X180
M16X110
M16NNUT
M16FWASHER
M14NNUT
M12X25
M12NNUT
M12FWASHER
M10X40HEADSCREW
M10X30
M10X25HEADSCREW
M10HHNUT
M10FWASHER
M8X25HEADSCREW
M8NNUT
M8HHNUT
M8FWASHER
ROLLPIN4
MAIN FRAME
HINGE PLATE
LEVER
LOCK PLATE
ARM, INNER
ARM, OUTER
LOCK PIN
BOLTING CHANNEL
LOCK HANDLE
STOPPER, TOP
STOPPER, BOTTOM
SPRING 4.5 X 210 45 COILS
SPRING 1.4 X 60 38 COILS
M16 X 180 BOLT HT ZP
M16 X 110 BOLT HT ZP
M16 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
M16 FLAT WASHER ZP
M14 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
M12 X 25 SET SCREW HT ZP
M12 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
M12 FLAT WASHER ZP
M10 X 40 ALLEN HEAD SCREW HT ZP
M10 X 30 HEX HEAD BOLT HT ZP
M10 X 25 ALLEN HEAD SCREW HT ZP
M10 HEX HALF NUT HT ZP
M10 FLAT WASHER ZP
M8 X 25 ALLEN HEAD SCREW HT ZP
M8 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
M8 HEX HALF NUT HT ZP
M8 FLAT WASHER ZP
ROLL PIN DIAMETER 4
Qty
5
1
1
4
1
2
2
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
4
10
1
4
5
8
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
5
7.15
Filters
Assembly Drawings & Parts
Suction Filter
1
Pos Part No
Description
Qty
1
A316 173
Filter Complete
1
2
A316000.050
Main Seal
1
3
A316003.030
Screen - internal
1
4
A316300.60
Screen O-Rings
2
2
Suction Filter
(shown above on sprayer)
3
4
Pressure Filter
1
2
3
Pos Part No
Description
1
A32621135
Filter Complete
1
2
AG10090
Main Seal
1
3
A3260035.030 Screen - internal
1
4
AG10052
2
Screen O-Rings
Qty
4
Pressure Filter
(shown above on sprayer)
7.16
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Lids, Venturis & Tank Rinse Jet
Section 7
Tank Lid
Pos Part No
Description
Qty
1
A356060
Lid Complete
1
2
A356660.02
Seal Ring
1
Tank Lid &
Basket
Basket
Part No: A300.0134
Lid on top of tank, basket inside.
Foam & Rinse Tank
Lids and Breathers
Foam & Rinse Tank Lids
1
3
Breather
Pos Part No
Description
1
A354010
Foam Tank Lid
1
2
A354010
Water Tank Lid
1
3
A504203
Breather
1
Part No: A504 203
Qty
2
Tank Rinse Jet
Tank Rinsing Jet
& Agitator
Pos Part No
1
Description
Qty
POL63408399 Tank Rinsing Jet
1
Agitator
2
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
1
Pos Part No
Description
Qty
1
A502163
Agitator Complete
1
2
A200050
Fly nut 1¼"
1
7.17
Foam Marker Components
Foam Boot & Foam Tubing
Assembly Drawings & Parts
Foam Boot, Foam Tubing & Salamander Boost
Foam Tube Kits
Note: Standard length 20m coil,
1
Pos Part No
Description
Qty
1
HCVT20
Foam Tube
20m
2
RHAA120
Foam Boot Complete
2
3
RHSJ000
Foam Bag
2
see Part # 1 (at left)
In-Cab Control
Foam Tube
2
Boot
1
3
Foam Bag
Air Filter Location
Pos Part No
Description
1
In-Cab Control
RHAB371
Qty
1
Air Filter Cartridge
1
7.18
Pos Part No
Description
1
Air Filter Cartridge
RH69540
Qty
1
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Foam Marker - Outback 10
Section 7
3
1
4
5
2
[Not shown]
6
7
1 Directional
Solenoid Valve
P/N: AA144P-1-3
2 Foam Chamber
Assembly
P/N: LST075-HB
3 Gauge
P/N: RHGF60
(0-100 kpa)
4 AR Pump
P/N: RHFU001
8
5 Cab Mounted Switch Box
P/N: RHAB371
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
6 Check Valve
P/N: RH69541
7 Liquid Pump Assembly
P/N: RHSU 005E
(Includes all fittings)
8 Liquid Filter
P/N: AAB122ML-12-P50
7.19
Boom Fittings
Assembly Drawings & Parts
Boom Fittings
1 Boom Tube:
3
1
4
2 [not shown]
Boom Tube
a) 2-hole
Part No: GB550200500
b) 3-hole
Part No: GB550300500
c) 4-hole
Part No: GB550400500
d) 5-hole
Part No: GB550500500
e) 6-hole
Part No: GB550600500
f) 7-hole
Part No: GB550700500
2 See page 7.11
Boom flush tap
(not shown)
3 Hosetail
Part No: A100219
4 Clamp
Part No: A425130
Single Nozzle Body
Part No: QJ17560A-½-NYB
(For Cap & Seal see next page)
Single Non-Drip Nozzle Body
7.20
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Nozzles & Nozzle Bodies
Section 7
Triplex Nozzle Complete
Triplex Nozzle Body
Part No: QJ363B-¼-NYB (does not include caps & seals)
Cap & Seal
*
1 Cap & Seal for XR Teejets
Part No: 25612-*3-NYR
Cap & Seal
2 Cap & Seal for AI Teejets
Part No: 25298-*3-NYR
Nozzle Jet Selection
Pos Part No
TBA
1
2
3
4
5
Description
1
TDCFFC1100* (*1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5) Turbodrop Nozzle
2
AI1100* - VS (*1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5)
Teejet AI Nozzle
3
TCC1100* (*1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5)
Tip Cap (Ceramic)
4
XR1100*-VK (*1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5)
Standard Ceramic Teejet
5
TDAM - 1100* (*1.5, 2, 3, 4, 5)
Air Mix Nozzle
*(numbers in brackets denote code for size)
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
7.21
Chassis, Tank & Wheels
Assembly Drawings & Parts
7.22
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Pos
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Part No
BP-700A
BP-700B
BP-700A-1
BP-700B-1
BP-700A-2A
BP-700A-3
BP-700-3
BP-700B-3
BP-601-3
BP-700A-4A
BP-700B-12LA
BP-700B-12RA
BP-700A-5ALA
BP-700A-5ARA
BP-700A-5LA
BP-700A-5RA
BP-700B-5LA
BP-700B-5RA
BP-700A-6A
BP-700B-4LA
BP-700B-4RA
BP-700A-7A
BP-700-8A
BP-700-8B
BP-700-8C
BP-700-9AA
BP-700-9BA
BP-700-10
BP-700-11
BP-700-12A
BP-601-1A
BP-601-1BL
BP-601-1BR
BP-700-13AL
BP-700-13AR
P5000-RAW
P4000A-RAW
P6000-RAW
P340-RAW
P130-RAW
P30
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Chassis, Tank & Wheels
Description
CHASSIS PEGASUS 4000/5000LT
CHASSIS PEGASUS (6000LT only)
PEGASUS DRAWBAR 4000/5000LT
PEGASUS DRAWBAR (6000LT only)
DRAWBAR PIN 4000/5000LT HAYLITE
HANDRAIL LOWER PLATFORM PEGASUS
MAIN PLATFORM ASSEMBLY 4000/5000LT
MAIN PLATFORM ASSEMBLY (6000LT only)
HITCH PIN PINTO & STALLION
PLATFORM SUPPORT RAIL HAYLITE
PLATFORM SUPPORT L.H. 6000LT HAYLITE (6000LT only)
PLATFORM SUPPORT R.H. 6000LT HAYLITE (6000LT only)
SUPPORT POST L.H. 5000LT HAYLITE
SUPPORT POST R.H. 5000LT HAYLITE (5000LT only)
SUPPORT POST L.H. 4000LT HAYLITE (4000LT only)
SUPPORT POST R.H. 4000LT HAYLITE (4000LT only)
SUPPORT POST L.H. 6000LT HAYLITE (6000LT only)
SUPPORT POST R.H. 6000LT HAYLITE (6000LT only)
SIDE SUPPORT RAIL 4000/5000LT HAYLITE
SIDE RAIL L.H. PEGASUS 6000LT HAYLITE (6000LT only)
SIDE RAIL R.H. PEGASUS 6000LT HAYLITE (6000LT only)
UPPER SUPPORT BRACKET 4000/5000LT HAYLITE
UPPER PARALLELOGRAM ARM PEGASUS
LOWER PARALLELOGRAM ARM PEGASUS
REAR PARALLELOGRAM SECTION PEGASUS
PIN 30MM X 155MM HAYLITE
PIN 1” DIA X 155MM HAYLITE
FILL PUMP MOUNT PLATE PEGASUS
FILL FILTER MOUNT BRACKET PEGASUS
FLUSH TANK SUPPORT HAYLITE
BOOM PARKING BRACKET 21-28m
BOOM PARKING BRACKET 30m LH
BOOM PARKING BRACKET 30m LR
BOOM PARKING BRACKET 36m LH V2
BOOM PARKING BRACKET 36m LR V2
TANK POLY RAW PEGASUS 5000LT
TANK POLY RAW PEGASUS 4000LT (4000LT only)
TANK POLT RAW PEGASUS (6000LT only)
TANK POLY 340LT PEGASUS
TANK POLY 130LT PEGASUS
TANK POLY 30LT C/W LID & OUTLET
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
8
2
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Pos
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
Part No
P30CAP
A356060
A300130
A354010
BP-508A
BP-539
BP-509E
BP-509D
BP-509G
BP-509F
BP-509H
BP-525A
BP-526A
BP-526C
BP-528B
BP-528B-1
BP-528D
BP-180
BP-531A
BP-542
BP-548
BP-601-4A
BP-607
BP-608B
BP-617A
BP-620A
BP-628
BP-629
BP-631
BP-701
BP-701B
B0006
FM-404
HP-019B
LP-132A
L-H9351A
L-H9355A
MP-564
XBMBB75
XBMBB65
XSTRAP1475
Description
CAP 30LT FM TANK C/W O RING
LID HINGED 180 DEGREE 455MM
FILTER BASKET LARGE 254MM DEEP
LID 6” C/W SPRING BREATHER & OUTLET
TYRE & WHEEL ASSY 18.4 X 38” 14PLY
TYRE & WHEEL ASSY 20.8 X 42” (6000LT only)
AXLE AIR RIDE FIXED 8 STUD PEGASUS (4000LT/5000LT only)
AXLE FIX SINGLE PEGASUS (4000LT only)
AXLE SUSPENSION 10 STUD PEGASUS (5000LT/6000LT only)
ADJUSTABLE AXLE 10 STUD AIR RIDE (6000LT only)
ADJUSTABLE AXLE 8 STUD AIR RIDE (OPTION)
JACKING LEG PEGASUS
MUDGUARD POLY 1000MM RADIUS
MUDGUARD POLY 1100MM RADIUS (OPTION)
BRACKET, MUDGUARD PEGASUS TO SUIT BP-526A
BRACKET MUDGUARD PEGASUS TO SUIT BP-526C (6000LT only)
MUDGUARD BRACKET SPACER (6000LT only)
MUDFLAP PLATE
MUDGUARD MOUNTING BRACKET
MUDFLAP WHITE
PTO HOLDER PEGASUS
BOLT ON STEP HAYLITE
SHOCK ABSORBER AIR RIDE P126
AIRBAG SPRING S-21208
LIMIT ROPE 6.3MM X 420LG
AIR TANK HK JADE
ADAPTOR PLATE AIRBAG
COMPRESSOR MOUNTING BRACKET PEGASUS
ENVIRODRUM PLATE
TIE DOWN BRACKET PEGASUS
TIE DOWN BRACKET PEGASUS (6000LT only)
BARE LINCH PIN 7/16” DIAMETER
FOAM MARKER SPACER
PTE HYDRAULIC DISPLACEMENT CYLINDER 3.0 X 20
TANK BRACKET 30LT BOTTLE VERSION 2
CHEMICAL MIXING UNIT MK2
DROPDOWN MOUNTING BRACKET VERSION 2
DEE SHACKLE SIZE 10
U-BOLT 75MM X 10
U-BOLT 65MM X 10
TANK STRAP 1475MM
Qty
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
4
4
4
8
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
2
1
1
4
4
2
2
2
2
1
1
4
12
4
1
7.23
Axles & Stub Axles
Assembly Drawings & Parts
PART NO: BP-509D PEGASUS 4000/5000L FIXED AXLE 8 STUD
PART NO: BP-545A STUB AXLE
Pos
Part No
Description
Qty
Pos
Part No
Description
1
BP-545A
2
MT10013
STUB AXLE 90mm 8/275 PCD
2
1
BP-532-1
STUB AXLE 90SQ x 538 LONG
SPEED SENSOR MOUNTING BRACKET
1
2
BP-545A-2
WHEELHUB 8/275 PCD
3
BP-532-3
BEARING KIt 30311/32216
4
BP-532-4
TRIPLE LIP SEAL 140 x 100 x 12mm
5
BP-532-5
WASHER 1¾" GR.8
6
BP-532-6
SLOTTED/CASTLE NUT M45 x 2
7
BP-532-7
SPLIT PIN 80 x 8MM
8
BP-532-8
DUST CAP 120mm (4 screws needed items 13 & 14)
9
HP-199F-7
WHEEL STUD M18 x 1.5 x 65
10
HP-199F-8
WHEEL NUT M18 x 1.5
11
BP-532-11
SEAL RING 100.5 x 82 x 16mm
12
BP-532-12
WEAR RING (to suit triple lip seal)
Drawing are for illustration purposes only.
13
BP-532-13
SOCKET HEAD CAP SCREW M6 x 20 (not shown)
Please refer to the parts list.
14
BP-532-14
M6 RIB LOCK WASHER (not shown)
NOTE
7.24
Qty
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Axles & Stub Axles
PART NO: BP-509E PEGASUS 4000/5000L AIRRIDE FIXED AXLE 8 STUD
PART NO: BP-545A STUB AXLE
Pos
Part No
Description
Qty
Pos
Part No
Description
1
BP-545A
2
MT10013
STUB AXLE 90mm 8/275 PCD
2
1
BP-532-1
STUB AXLE 90SQ x 538 LONG
SPEED SENSOR MOUNTING BRACKET
1
2
BP-545A-2
WHEELHUB 8/275 PCD
3
BP-809-4
4
WT1234
FLEXIBLE BUSH AIRRIDE SUSPENSION
2
3
BP-532-3
BEARING KIT 30311/32216
AIRRIDE AXLE BOLT M30 x 190 (not shown)
2
4
BP-532-4
5
WT1235NL
AIRRIDE AXLE NYLO NUT M30 (not shown)
TRIPLE LIP SEAL 140 x 100 x 12mm
2
5
BP-532-5
WASHER 1¾" GR.8
6
BP-532-6
SLOTTED/CASTLE NUT M45 x 2
7
BP-532-7
SPLIT PIN 80 x 8MM
8
BP-532-8
DUST CAP 120mm (4 screws needed items 13 & 14)
9
HP-199F-7
WHEEL STUD M18 x 1.5 x 65
10
HP-199F-8
WHEEL NUT M18 x 1.5
11
BP-532-11
SEAL RING 100.5 x 82 x 16mm
12
BP-532-12
WEAR RING (to suit triple lip seal)
Drawing are for illustration purposes only.
13
BP-532-13
SOCKET HEAD CAP SCREW M6 x 20 (not shown)
Please refer to the parts list.
14
BP-532-14
M6 RIB LOCK WASHER (not shown)
NOTE
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Qty
7.25
Axles & Stub Axles
Assembly Drawings & Parts
PART NO: BP-509F PEGASUS 6000L AJUSTABLE AIRRIDE AXLE 10 STUD
PART NO: BP-532 STUB AXLE
Pos
Part No
Description
Qty
Pos
Part No
Description
1
BP-532
2
MT10013
3
4
STUB AXLE 90SQ 10/335PCD
2
1
BP-532-1A
STUB AXLE 90SQ x 390 LONG
SPEED SENSOR MOUNTING BRACKET
1
2
BP-532-2
WHEELHUB 10/335 PCD
BP-809-4
FLEXIBLE BUSH AIRRIDE SUSPENSION
2
3
BP-532-3
BEARING KIt 30311/32216
BP-509F-2
AXLE HOUSING & TRAILING ARM ASSEMBLY
1
4
BP-532-4
TRIPLE LIP SEAL 140 x 100 x 12mm
5
BP-509F-3L
AXLE BP-509F 10 STUD LH
1
5
BP-532-5
WASHER 1¾" GR.8
6
BP-509F-3R
AXLE BP-509F 10 STUD RH
1
6
BP-532-6
SLOTTED/CASTLE NUT M45 x 2
7
WT1234
AIRRIDE AXLE BOLT M30 x 190 (not shown)
2
7
BP-532-7
SPLIT PIN 80 x 8MM
8
WT1235NL
AIRRIDE AXLE NYLOC NUT M30 (not shown)
2
8
BP-532-8
DUST CAP 120mm (4 screws items 13 & 14)
9
BP-532-9
WHEEL STUD M22 x 1.5 x 85
10
BP-532-10
WHEEL NUT M22 x 1.5
11
BP-532-11
SEAL RING 100.5 x 82 x 16mm
12
BP-532-12
WEAR RING (to suit triple lip seal)
Drawing are for illustration purposes only.
13
BP-532-13
SOCKET HEAD CAP SCREW M6 x 20 (not shown)
Please refer to the parts list.
14
BP-532-14
M6 RIB LOCK WASHER (not shown)
NOTE
7.26
Qty
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Axles & Stub Axles
PART NO: BP-509G PEGASUS 6000L AIRRIDE FIXED AXLE 10 STUD
PART NO: BP-532A STUB AXLE
Pos
Part No
Description
Qty
Pos
Part No
Description
1
BP-532A
2
MT10013
STUB AXLE 90mm 10/335PCD 538LG
2
1
BP-532-1
STUB AXLE 90SQ x 538 LONG
SPEED SENSOR MOUNTING BRACKET
1
2
BP-532-2
WHEELHUB 10/335 PCD
3
BP-809-4
4
WT1234
FLEXIBLE BUSH AIRRIDE SUSPENSION
2
3
BP-532-3
BEARING KIt 30311/32216
AIRRIDE AXLE BOLT M30 x 190 (not shown)
2
4
BP-532-4
5
WT1235NL
AIRRIDE AXLE NYLOC NUT M30 (not shown)
TRIPLE LIP SEAL 140 x 100 x 12mm
2
5
BP-532-5
WASHER 1¾" GR.8
6
BP-532-6
SLOTTED/CASTLE NUT M45 x 2
7
BP-532-7
SPLIT PIN 80 x 8MM
8
BP-532-8
DUST CAP 120mm (4 screws items 13 & 14)
9
BP-532-9
WHEEL STUD M22 x 1.5 x 85
10
BP-532-10
WHEEL NUT M22 x 1.5
11
BP-532-11
SEAL RING 100.5 x 82 x 16mm
12
BP-532-12
WEAR RING (to suit triple lip seal)
Drawing are for illustration purposes only.
13
BP-532-13
SOCKET HEAD CAP SCREW M6 x 20 (not shown)
Please refer to the parts list.
14
BP-532-14
M6 RIB LOCK WASHER (not shown)
NOTE
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Qty
7.27
Axles & Stub Axles
Assembly Drawings & Parts
PART NO: BP-509H PEGASUS 4000/5000L AJUSTABLE AIRRIDE AXLE 8 STUD
PART NO: BP-545A STUB AXLE
Pos
Part No
Description
Qty
Pos
Part No
Description
1
BP-545A
2
MT10013
3
BP-809-4
4
BP-509H-3L
5
STUB AXLE 90mm 8/275 PCD
2
1
BP-532-1
STUB AXLE 90SQ x 538 LONG
SPEED SENSOR MOUNTING BRACKET
1
2
BP-545A-2
WHEELHUB 8/275 PCD
FLEXIBLE BUSH AIRRIDE SUSPENSION
2
3
BP-532-3
BEARING KIt 30311/32216
AXLE BP-509F 10 STUD LH
1
4
BP-532-4
TRIPLE LIP SEAL 140 x 100 x 12mm
BP-509H-3R
AXLE BP-509F 10 STUD RH
1
5
BP-532-5
WASHER 1¾" GR.8
6
WT1234
AIRRIDE AXLE BOLT M30 x 190 (not shown)
2
6
BP-532-6
SLOTTED/CASTLE NUT M45 x 2
7
WT1235NL
AIRRIDE AXLE NYLOC NUT M30 (not shown)
2
7
BP-532-7
SPLIT PIN 80 x 8MM
8
BP-532-8
DUST CAP 120mm (4 screws needed items 13 & 14)
9
HP-199F-7
WHEEL STUD M18 x 1.5 x 65
10
HP-199F-8
WHEEL NUT M18 x 1.5
11
BP-532-11
SEAL RING 100.5 x 82 x 16mm
12
BP-532-12
WEAR RING (to suit triple lip seal)
Drawing are for illustration purposes only.
13
BP-532-13
SOCKET HEAD CAP SCREW M6 x 20 (not shown)
Please refer to the parts list.
14
BP-532-14
M6 RIB LOCK WASHER (not shown)
NOTE
7.28
Qty
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Compressor & Air Tank
Section 7
Compressor
1
2
[internal]
Pos Part No
Description
Qty
1
BP-625
Compressor Complete
1
2
BP-625KIT
Kit
1
3
BP-624
Coupler
1
3
Compressor
Air Tank
1
3
2
4
Pos Part No
Description
1
FM-NRV
Non-return Valve
1
2
BP-622
Air Relief Valve Ass
1
3
BALL14MF2M Exhaust/drain tap
1
TFEL144MF
Brass Elbow
1
4
BP-627
5
L-G1420
Pilot Operated Relief
Assembly
Gauge
1
1
5
Qty
Air Tank
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
7.29
Air Ride Suspension System
Assembly Drawings & Parts
Pos
7.30
Part No
Description
Qty
1
BP-625
AIR COMPRESSOR PTO DRIVE
1
2
FM-NRV
NON RETURN VALVE
1
3
BP-627
UNLOADER KIT
1
4
L-G1420
GAUGE
1
5
BP-620
AIR TANK
1
6
RH-69539
LEVELLING VALVE
2
7
BP-610
RELIEF VALVE
2
8
BP-608B
AIR BAG SPRING
1
9
BALL14MF2M
BALL VALVE DRAIN
1
10
TFEL1414MF
BRAS ELBOW ¼" MALE-FEMALE
1
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Electrical Wiring
Section 7
MT9000 / 3 PIN BALL VALVES
WIRING CONFIGURATION FOR 24 PIN MT9000 BULKHEAD LOOM
M.T. WIRE
COLOUR
MT90LOOM/1
WIRE COLOUR
MT90LOOM/1
REAR
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR ID
MT90LOOM/3
REAR
CONNECTOR
21
YELLOW 2.5mm
SPEED
RED
YELLOW 2.5mm
3 PIN
YELLOW
A
pulse
GREEN 2.5mm
2
GREEN 2.5mm
SPEED
WHITE
GREEN 2.5mm
3 PIN
YELLOW
B
12v+
3 PIN
C
BLUE 2.5mm
11
BLUE 2.5mm
SPEED
BLACK
BLUE 2.5mm
3 PIN
YELLOW
C
12v-
10 PIN
A
GREEN/PURPLE
18
GREEN/PURPLE
FLOW
BROWN
GREEN/PURPLE
3 PIN
GREEN
A
pulse
10 PIN
B
RED 2.5mm
16
RED 2.5mm
FLOW
RED
(RED)BLUE/
BLACK
3 PIN
GREEN
B
12v+
10 PIN
C
ORANGE
9
ORANGE
FLOW
ORANGE
ORANGE
3 PIN
GREEN
C
12v-
10 PIN
D
GREY
1
GREY
SERVO
YELLOW
GREY
mPm PLUG
GREY
1
10 PIN
E
VIOLET
3
VIOLET
SERVO
GREEN
VIOLET
mPm PLUG
GREY
10 PIN
F
BLUE/WHITE
5
BLUE/WHITE
BOOM 6
BLUE
BLUE/WHITE
10 PIN
10 PIN
G
BROWN/YELLOW
19
BROWN/YELLOW
RELIEF
VIOLET
BROWN/YELLOW
4 PIN M
NOT CONNECTED
10 PIN
H
BLACK 2.5mm
4
BLACK 2.5mm
HOLD
GREY
BLACK
4 PIN M
NOT CONNECTED
10 PIN
J
BLUE/BLACK
13
BLUE/BLACK
PSI
WHITE
BLUE/BLACK
4 PIN M
NOT CONNECTED
10 PIN
K
BLACK/RED
8
BLACK/RED
PSI
BLACK
BLACK/RED
4 PIN M
NOT CONNECTED
D
FENCELINE
LH
7 PIN
A
WHITE 2.5mm
20
WHITE 2.5mm
BOOM 1
YELLOW
WHITE 2.5mm
10 PIN
A
mPm PLUG
YELLOW #1
7 PIN
B
ORANGE/BLUE
7
ORANGE/BLUE
BOOM 2
BROWN
ORANGE/BLUE
10 PIN
B
mPm PLUG
BROWN #2
7 PIN
C
BLUE/YELLOW
17
BLUE/YELLOW
BOOM 3
GREY
BLUE/YELLOW
10 PIN
C
mPm PLUG
GREY #3
7 PIN
D
PINK
14
PINK
BOOM 4
BLACK
PINK
10 PIN
D
mPm PLUG
BLACK #4
7 PIN
E
RED 6mm
12
ORANGE 4mm (10a FUSE)
POWER +ve
ORANGE
RED 4mm
10 PIN
F
mPm PLUG #1
7 PIN
F
BROWN 2.5mm
10
BROWN 2.5mm
BOOM 5
RED
BROWN 2.5mm
10 PIN
E
mPm PLUG
7 PIN
G
BLACK 6mm
24
GREEN 4mm
POWER -ve
BLUE
BLACK 4mm
10 PIN
G
mPm PLUG #2
To MT90LOOM/6 Relay
25
BLUE/BLACK
10 PIN
J
To MT90LOOM/6 Relay
26
BLACK/RED
10 PIN
K
From MT90LOOM/6 Relay
25
BLUE/BLACK
mPm PLUG
BLUE
From MT90LOOM/6 Relay
26
BLACK/RED
mPm PLUG
BLUE
WHITE
RED 4mm
4 PIN FM
4 PIN
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
ID COLOUR
24 PIN WIRE
COLOUR
YELLOW 2.5mm
B
ID COLOUR
24 PIN
CONNECTOR
A
3 PIN
APPLIANCE
MT90LOOM/2
WIRE COLOUR
3 PIN
CONSOLE
CONNECTION
CONSOLE PIN ID
4/12/2003
ALL WIRE 3mm
USO
RED NOT CONTD
2
H
mPm PLUG
BLUE #6
A
FILL FLOW
BROWN +
B
FILL FLOW
BLUE -
C
FENCELINE
RH
RED #5
2
1
A
RED 4mm
22
RED 4mm
FOAM MARKER
A
4 PIN
B
BLACK 4mm
15
BLACK 4mm
FOAM MARKER
RED
BLACK 4mm
4 PIN FM
B
4 PIN
C
BLUE 4mm
6
BLUE 4mm
FOAM MARKER
GREEN
BLUE 4mm
4 PIN FM
C
4 PIN
D
WHITE 4mm
23
WHITE 4mm
FOAM MARKER
BLACK
WHITE 4mm
4 PIN FM
D
7.31
Electrical Wiring
Assembly Drawings & Parts
MT90LOOM/1
Main loom from rear of tractor to the sprayer, connects
to control valves, foam marker etc & connects to
MT90LOOM/2, MT90LOOM/3 & MT90LOOM/6.
MT90LOOM/2
Main loom from Spray controller to the rear of the cab.
Carries plugs to connect controller & foam marker.
Connects to MT90LOOM/1.
MT90LOOM/3
Extension loom that runs from front of sprayer,
connected to MT90LOOM/1 to boom section control
valves at rear of sprayer.
MT90LOOM/6
Relay box fitted on front of chassis under the working
platform. Operates Dump valve from Controller.
MT90LOOM/854
Conversion connector to allow MT90LOOM/2 to
connect to the Teejet 854 Controller.
MT90LOOM/DUAL
Relay box fitted to rear of sprayer, located on the centre
section. Only used if dual lines are fitted. Allows all
valves to be operated correctly.
7.32
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Plumbing Diagram AR180
7.33
Plumbing Diagram AR250/280
7.34
Assembly Drawings & Parts
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Hydraulic Plumbing Diagram - 24m Standard Fold
Section 7
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Hydraulic Plumbing Diagram - 24m OWF Assembly Drawings & Parts
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Section 7
Hydraulic Plumbing Diagram - 24m Gvar
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7.37
Hydraulic Plumbing Diagram - 24m Gvar & OWF Assembly Drawings & Parts
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7.38
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Hydraulic Plumbing Diagram - 28m Standard Fold
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Hydraulic Plumbing Diagram - 28m OWF Assembly Drawings & Parts
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Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Hydraulic Plumbing Diagram - 28m Gvar
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7.41
Hydraulic Plumbing Diagram - 28m Gvar & OWF Assembly Drawings & Parts
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7.42
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Hydraulic Plumbing Diagram - 30m Standard Fold
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Hydraulic Plumbing Diagram - 30m OWF Assembly Drawings & Parts
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Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Hydraulic Plumbing Diagram - 30m Gvar
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7.45
Hydraulic Plumbing Diagram - 30m Gvar & OWF Assembly Drawings & Parts
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7.46
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Hydraulic Plumbing Diagram - 33/36m Standard Fold
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Hydraulic Plumbing Diagram - 33/36m Gvar Assembly Drawings & Parts
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7.48
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Hydraulic Plumbing Diagram - 33/36m Gvar & OWF
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Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
7.49
GBCOMPL-24/28CA - Centre Section 24/28m Assembly Drawings & Parts
7.50
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
GBCOMPL-24/28CA - Centre Section 24/28m
Pos
Part No
Description
1
GBBG027334
24/28m CENTRE SECTION
1
28
GB550500500
5 HOLE SPRAY RAIL
1
2
GBBG016908
Inner Fold Ram 24/28m
2
29
GB999900467
WARNING LABEL PLATE KIT
1
4
GB570500008Z
1/4” NIPPLE 0.8 ORIFICE
4
30
GB201800065V
WARNING PLATE
1
5
GBBG50243113
COPPER WASHER
4
31
GB50050004Z
M6 U BOLT
5
6
GB912550B30
BELLVILLE WASHER 25mm
32
GB905300006
M6 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
18
7
GB905400024
M24 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
4
33
N/A
8
GB905220027Z
M27 PLAIN NUT (ZINC)
2
34
N/A
9
GB920100043Z
M27 BALL JOINT
2
10
GBBG000024
PIN
4
35
N/A
11
GB900110025Z
M10 x 20mm BOLT (ZINC)
4
36
N/A
12
GB907200010Z
10mm SPRING WASHER
4
37
GB201800418V
SPRAY TUBE BRACKET
3
13
GB500400004Z
COUNTERSUNK WASHER
4
38
A425130
SPRAY TUBE 2 PIECE CLAMP
3
14
GB900710025Z
COUNTERSUNK SCREW
4
39
GB904506040X
M6 x 40mm SCREW STAINLESS
6
15
GB500100060Z
DAMPNER SHAFT
2
40
GB905400006X
M6 NYLOC NUT STAINLESS
16
GB500400009Z
DAMPNER RETAINER WASHER
2
41
GB999900100
SPRAY TUBE MOUNTING KIT
3
17
GB905200024Z
M24 PLAIN NUT (ZINC)
2
42
GB500300030V
Spacer Nut
2
18
MP-599
M24 DOME NUT
2
43
GBB027333
Cylinder Swivel Mount
2
19
GB919800020
GREASE NIPPLE
4
44
GB907025044Z
Washer
2
20
GBBG016913
SEAL KIT
2
45
GB919800023
Grease Nipple 45 degree
2
21
GB201800415V
C/SEC RAIL MOUNT BRACKET
1
46
GB900110014Z
Stud M10
2
22
GB500500002Z
U BOLT
2
23
GB905300010
M10 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
4
24
GB950130030
END CAP
2
25
GB950200059
CABLE RETAINER
2
26
GB900106016Z
M6 x 16mm BOLT (ZINC) 8.8
2
NOTE
27
GB907106018Z
M6 x 18mm WASHER (ZINC)
10
Parts in italics are non-stock items and may need to be ordered.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Qty
156
Pos
Part No
Description
Qty
7.51
GBCOMPL-24/28CA - Centre Section 24/28m Assembly Drawings & Parts
11
3
4
2
4
33
32
8
6
9
10
34
35
36
29
32
33
30
31
18
27
18
31
25
24
3
4
15
13
13
24
23
7.52
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
GBCOMPL-24/28CA - Centre Section 24/28m
Pos
Part No
Description
1
GB382000023V
MAIN LEVELLING FRAME
1
28
GB997000018
LOCK RAM ASSY COMPLETE
1
2
GB993806001V
TIE ROD ASSY.
1
29
GB702550023V
LOCKING RAM
1
3
GB500400019Z
M24 WASHER (ZINC)
2
30
GB996000179
SEAL KIT
1
4
GB905400024
M24 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
4
31
GB570500011Z
1/4” NIPPLE 1.5 ORIFICE
2
5
GB993806002Z
TIE ROD ADJUSTABLE ASSY.
1
32
GB905200022Z
M22 NUT
2
6
GB993806003V
WEAR PAD ASSY.
8
33
GB501100007
LOCKING RAM END PIECE
2
7
GB950200020
NYLON WEAR DISC
32
34
GB905100035Z
M12 x 35mm BOLT (ZINC) 8.8
4
8
GB900312100Z
M12 x 90mm BOLT (ZINC) 8.8
4
9
GB911225915
M12 WASHER (ZINC)
12
35
GB907010021Z
M12 WASHER (ZINC)
8
10
GB905400012
M12 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
4
36
GBBG002074
M12 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
4
11
GB900324130Z
M24 x 130mm BOLT (ZINC) 8.8
2
12
GB950150050
END CAP
4
13
GB950300004
FLEXIBLE BUSH
4
14
GB907000015
TILT RAM ASSY. KIT
1
15
GB702550031V
TILT RAM
1
16
GB996000192
SEAL KIT
1
17
GB570500007Z
1/4” NIPPLE 0.7 ORIFICE
2
18
GB600500001
COPPER WASHER 1/4”
4
19
GB993802005
STRAINER CABLE ASSY. KIT
2
20
GB500700069
STRAINER CABLE
2
21
GB919700120
CABLE TIE
2
22
GB905415014
M14 NUT FINE THREAD (x1.5)
2
23
GB900314060Z
M14 x 60mm BOLT (ZINC) 8.8
2
24
GB907014028Z
M14 WASHER (ZINC)
4
25
GB905300014
M14 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
2
NOTE
26
GB919800061Z
LOCKING COLLAR
2
Parts in italics are non-stock items and may need to be ordered.
27
GB900106010Z
M6 x 20 BOLT (ZINC)
2
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Qty
Pos
Part No
Description
Qty
7.53
GBCOMPL-245-LH or RH - Boom Non Gvar 24mAssembly Drawings & Parts
51
50
42
50
41
49
52
50
49
30
45
55
53
47
30
45
40
43
44
46
47
7
8
80
7.54
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
GBCOMPL-245-LH or RH - Boom Non Gvar 24m
Pos
Part No
Description
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
13
17
18
19
30
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
GB022400030V
GB022400031V
GB022400050V
GB022400051V
GB201600470V
GB201600471V
GB919800020
GB500100055V
GB900110025Z
GB907200010Z
GB950200059
GB900106016Z
GB907106018Z
GB600500001
GB500200029Z
GB022800037V
GB022800036V
GBBG004138
GB996000177
GB570500007Z
GB500100014Z
GB919800030
GB920100053Z
GB500516095Z
GB907017030Z
GB905400016
GB500100081
GB500100080Z
GB905400024
GB907302025Z
GB900124050Z
GB905200024Z
GB500200049
GB500100111Z
GB919900023Z
INNER BOOM ARM R/H
INNER BOOM ARM L/H
OUTER BOOM ARM R/H
OUTER BOOM ARM L/H
BREAKAWAY ARM R/H
BREAKAWAY ARM L/H
GREASE NIPPLE
PIN
M10 x 20mm BOLT (ZINC) 8.8
10mm SPRING WASHER
N.A
N.A
N.A
COPPER WASHER
SPACER
LINK ARM ROD
LINK ROD
CYLINDER OUTER FOLD
SEAL KIT CYLINDER
NIPPLE 1/4” 0.7MM ORIFICE
PIN FOR CYLINDER
CIRCLIP
BALL JOINT M27
BOLT
WASHER
LOCK NUT 16MM
BUSHING
SHAFT ROD
SELF-LOCKING NUT M24
WASHER
SCREW
NUT M24
BUSH
SHAFT BREAKAWAY
SPRING BREAKAWAY
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
4
4
2
2
2
4
2
4
2
4
12
6
2
2
6
4
2
8
2
2
2
Pos
Part No
61
62
63
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
GB500400019Z
GB950130030
GB950200004
GB950200001
GB905400008
GB907108024Z
GB907110040Z
GB022400053V
GB500500003Z
GB500500001Z
GB905400010
GB907010021Z
GB022400054V
GB500500002Z
UP-420
GB900306035Z
GB905300006
GB550501500
GB550601500
GB550601500
GB550501500
GB999900004Z
GB500600002Z
GB900508022Z
GB906000008Z
GB999900100
GB201800418V
GB500500004Z
A425130
GB904506040X
GB905400006X
Description
Qty
WASHER
BOOM END CAP
BOOM STOPPER 20MM
BOOM STOPPER 30MM
SELF-LOCKING NUT
WASHER
WASHER
BOOM GUIDE TONGUE
U BOLT
UBOLT (LONG)
NUT
WASHER
BOOM GUIDE
UBOLT
HYD HOSE CLAMP
BOLT
NUT
5 HOLE SPRAY TUBE
6 HOLE SPRAY TUBE
6 HOLE SPRAY TUBE
5 HOLE SPRAY TUBE
N.A
N.A
N.A
N.A
BOOM TUBE SUPPORT KIT
SUPPORT BRACKET
U BOLT
TUBE CLAMP
NOTE
SCREW
NUT
Parts in Italics are non-
2
18
4
2
6
6
6
2
2
2
4
4
2
2
16
16
16
1
1
1
1
24
24
24
24
24
24
stocked items and may need
to be ordered.
7.55
GBCOMPL-245-LH or RH - Boom Gvar 24m Assembly Drawings & Parts
51
50
42
50
41
49
52
50
49
23
22
22
30
45
55
53
47
30
45
40
43
44
46
47
19
78
16
38
14
13
12
7
8
80
B
7.56
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Pos
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
21
22
23
24
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
Part No
GBBG026447
GBBG026449
GBBG026378
GBBG026379
GB022400050V
GB022400051V
GBBG020414
GBBG020415
GB919800020
GB500100055V
GB900110025Z
GB907200010Z
GBBG025153
GB500400008Z
GB900710025Z
GB950200059
GB900106016Z
GB907106018Z
GB919900043V
GB905400020
GB022400209V
GB500100125
GB022400210
GB022400208Z
GBBG000022
GB996000418
GB600500001
GB570500011Z
GB271600045V
GB905100010Z
GB907010021Z
GB271600046V
GB905220024Z
GB920100034Z
GB500400004Z
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
GBCOMPL-245-LH or RH - Boom Gvar 24m
Description
G-VAR PIVOT ARM R/H V2
G-VAR PIVOT ARM L/H V2
G-VAR INNER ARM R/H V2
G-VAR INNER ARM L/H V2
OUTER BOOM ARM R/H
OUTER BOOM ARM L/H
BREAKAWAY ARM R/H
BREAKAWAY ARM L/H
GREASE NIPPLE
PIN
M10 x 20mm BOLT (ZINC)
10mm SPRING WASHER
G-VAR BOTTOM PIN V2
COUNTERSUNK WASHER
SCREW M10X25
CABLE RETAINER
M6 x 16mm BOLT (ZINC) 8.8
M6 x 18mm WASHER (ZINC)
G-VAR RAM SPRING (LARGE)
M24 (FINE) NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
SPRING RETAINER
PIN 300X 95L
RUBBER PAD
CLUTCH
HYDRAULIC RAM
SEAL KIT
COPPER WASHER
NIPPLE 1/4 BSP 1.2 ORIFICE
BOOM LEVEL INDICATOR
LOCKING NUT
M10 WASHER (ZINC)
INDICATOR LOCKING PLATE
M24 NUT (ZINC)
M24 BALL JOINT
COUNTERSUNK WASHER
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
4
10
4
8
8
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
4
4
2
2
2
4
Pos
Part No
Description
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
GB500100086
GB500200029Z
GB022800037V
GB022800036V
GBBG004138
GB996000177
GB570500007Z
GB500100014Z
GB919800030
GB920100053Z
GB500516095Z
GB907017030Z
GB905400016
GB500100081
GB500100080Z
GB905400024
GB907302025Z
GB900124050Z
GB905200024Z
GB500200049
GB500100111Z
GB919900023Z
GB500400019Z
GB950130030
GB950200004
GB950200001
GB905400008
GB907108024Z
GB907110040Z
GB022400053V
GB500500003Z
GB500500001Z
GB905400010
PIN
SPACER
LINK ARM ROD
LINK ROD
CYLINDER OUTER FOLD
SEAL KIT CYLINDER
NIPPLE 1/4” 0.7MM ORIFICE
PIN FOR CYLINDER
CIRCLIP
BALL JOINT M27
BOLT
WASHER
LOCK NUT 16MM
BUSHING
SHAFT ROD
SELF-LOCKING NUT M24
WASHER
SCREW
NUT M24
BUSH
SHAFT BREAKAWAY
SPRING BREAKAWAY
WASHER
BOOM END CAP
BOOM STOPPER 20MM
BOOM STOPPER 30MM
SELF-LOCKING NUT
WASHER
WASHER
BOOM GUIDE TONGUE NOTE
U BOLT
Parts in Italics are nonstocked items and may need
UBOLT (LONG)
to be ordered.
NUT
Qty
2
4
4
2
2
2
4
2
4
2
4
12
6
2
2
6
4
2
8
2
2
2
2
18
4
2
6
6
6
2
2
2
4
7.57
GBCOMPL-285-LH or RH - Boom Non Gvar 28mAssembly Drawings & Parts
87
C
85
7.58
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Pos
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
GBCOMPL-285-LH or RH - Boom Non Gvar 28m
Part No
Description
GBBG002915
GBBG002916
GB022400050V
GB022400051V
GB22800080V
GB22800081V
GB500100055V
GB900110025Z
GB907200010Z
GB500200028Z
GB024772
GB024776
GB003273
GB570500010Z
GB50243113
GB500100055V
GB905220027Z
GB920100043Z
GB919800020
GB006461
GB023200216V
GB006426
GB000187
GB500100110V
GB500100146V
GB905400024
GB907025044Z
GB900124050Z
GB905200024Z
GB500200049
GB500100111Z
GB919900023Z
GB500400019Z
GB950200004
INNER BOOM ARM R/H
INNER BOOM ARM L/H
OUTER BOOM ARM R/H
OUTER BOOM ARM L/H
BREAKAWAY ARM R/H
BREAKAWAY ARM L/H
PIN
M10 x 20mm BOLT (ZINC) 8.8
10mm SPRING WASHER
SPACER
HYDRAULIC RAM
SEAL KIT
SPACER NUT M27
NIPPLE 1/4 BSP 1.0 ORIFICE
COPPER WASHER
PIN
M27 PLAIN NUT (ZINC)
M27 BALL JOINT
GREASE NIPPLE
LINK ARM OUTER FOLD
LINK ARM PIVOT
PIN
CIRCLIP
PIN
PIN 28 2ND FOLD
M24 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
M24 WASHER (ZINC)
SCREW
M24 PLAIN NUT (ZINC)
BUSH
BREAKAWAY SHAFT
BREAKAWAY SPRING
WASHER
RUBBER STOPPER 20mm
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
8
8
2
4
4
16
4
2
6
12
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
4
Pos
Part No
Description
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
85
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
98
99
GB950200001
GB907108024Z
GB905400008
GB022400053V
XBMBB32
XBMBB
GB905400010
GB907010021Z
GB022400054V
XBMBB50
GB950200058
GB900306035Z
GB905300006
GB950200059
GB900106016Z
GB907106018Z
GB550700500
GB550600500
GB550700500
GB550600500
GB999900100
GB2018000418V
GB500500004Z
A425130
GB904506040X
GB905400006X
GB900110020Z
GB950130030
RUBBER STOPPER 30mm
M8 X 24mm WASHER
M8 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
WING SUPPORT MALE
32mm U BOLT (M10)
40mm U BOLT (M10)
M10 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
M10 WASHER (ZINC)
WING SUPPORT FEMALE
50mm U BOLT (M10)
CABLE RETAINER
M6 x 35mm BOLT (ZINC)
M6 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
CABLE RETAINER
M6 x 35mm BOLT (ZINC)
6mm WASHER (ZINC)
7 HOLE SPRAY TUBE
6 HOLE SPRAY TUBE
7 HOLE SPRAY TUBE
6 HOLE SPRAY TUBE
SPRAY TUBE SUPPORT KIT
SPRAY TUBE BRACKET
SPRAY TUBE U BOLT
SPRAY TUBE 2 PIECE CLAMP
M6 x 40mm SCREW STAINLESS
M6 NYLOC NUT STAINLESS
M10 x 20mm BOLT (ZINC)
END CAP
Qty
4
4
4
4
4
32
32
4
8
12
12
124
4
8
8
2
2
2
2
26
26
26
26
52
52
2
NOTE
Parts in italics are non-stock items and may need to be ordered.
7.59
GBCOMPL-285GV-LH or RH - Boom Gvar 28m Assembly Drawings & Parts
11
12
48
48
48
46
49
47
44
38
40
41
36
54
55
45
45
36
98
12
42
19
21
62
15
14
53
52
87
C
11
12
42
85
82
7.60
1
2
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Pos
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
Part No
GBBG026447
GBBG026449
GBBG026315
GBBG026316
GB022400050V
GB022400051V
GB22800080V
GB22800081V
GB500100055V
GB900110025Z
GB907200010Z
GBBG025153
GB500400008Z
GB900710025Z
GB500100125
GB022400210
GB022400208Z
GB022400209V
GB919900043V
GB905400020
GB500100131Z
GBBG026447
GB905220024Z
GB920100034Z
GB500400004Z
GB500100086
GB500200028Z
GBBG024772
GBBG024776
GB003273
GB570500010Z
GBBB50243113
GB500100055V
GB905220027Z
GB920100043Z
GB919800020
GB006461
GB023200216V
GB006426
GB000187
GB500100110V
GB500100146V
GB905400024
GB907025044Z
GB900124050Z
GB905200024Z
GB500200049
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
GBCOMPL-285GV-LH or RH - Boom Gvar 28m
Description
G-VAR PIVOT ARM R/H V2
G-VAR PIVOT ARM L/H V2
G-VAR INNER ARM R/H V2
G-VAR INNER ARM L/H V2
OUTER BOOM ARM R/H
OUTER BOOM ARM L/H
BREAKAWAY ARM R/H V2
BREAKAWAY ARM L/H V2
PIN
M10 x 20mm BOLT (ZINC)
10mm SPRING WASHER
G-VAR BOTTOM PIN V2
COUNTERSUNK WASHER
SCREW M10X25
PIN 300X 95L
RUBBER PAD
CLUTCH
SPRING RETAINER
G-VAR RAM SPRING (LARGE)
M24 (FINE) NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
ROD
G-VAR RAM SPRING (SMALL)
M24 NUT (ZINC)
M24 BALL JOINT
COUNTERSUNK WASHER
PIN
SPACER
HYDRAULIC RAM
SEAL KIT
SPACER NUT M27
NIPPLE 1/4 BSP 1.0 ORIFICE
COPPER WASHER
PIN
M27 PLAIN NUT (ZINC)
M27 BALL JOINT
GREASE NIPPLE
LINK ARM OUTER FOLD
LINK ARM PIVOT
PIN
CIRCLIP
PIN
PIN 28 2ND FOLD
M24 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
M24 WASHER (ZINC)
SCREW
M24 PLAIN NUT (ZINC)
BUSH
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
10
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
4
2
2
2
8
8
2
4
4
16
4
2
6
12
2
2
2
2
2
4
2
Pos
57
58
59
60
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
85
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
98
99
Part No
GB500100111Z
GB919900023Z
GB500400019Z
GB950200004
GB950200001
GB907108024Z
GB905400008
GB022400053V
XBMBB32
XBMBB
GB905400010
GB907010021Z
GB022400054V
XBMBB50
GBBG000022
GB996000418
GB570500011Z
GB271600046V
GB271600045V
GB905100010Z
GB950200058
GB900306035Z
GB905300006
GB950200059
GB900106016Z
GB907106018Z
GB550700500
GB550600500
GB550700500
GB550600500
GB999900100
GB2018000418V
GB500500004Z
A425130
GB904506040X
GB905400006X
GB900110020Z
GBBG027432
Description
BREAKAWAY SHAFT
BREAKAWAY SPRING
WASHER
RUBBER STOPPER 20mm
RUBBER STOPPER 30mm
M8 X 24mm WASHER
M8 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
WING SUPPORT MALE
32mm U BOLT (M10)
40mm U BOLT (M10)
M10 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
M10 WASHER (ZINC)
WING SUPPORT FEMALE
50mm U BOLT (M10)
HYDRAULIC RAM
SEAL KIT
NIPPLE
INDICATOR LOCKING PLATE
BOOM LEVEL INDICATOR
LOCKING NUT
CABLE RETAINER
M6 x 35mm BOLT (ZINC)
M6 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
CABLE RETAINER
M6 x 16mm BOLT (ZINC) 8.8
M6 x 18mm WASHER (ZINC)
7 HOLE SPRAY TUBE
6 HOLE SPRAY TUBE
7 HOLE SPRAY TUBE
6 HOLE SPRAY TUBE
SPRAY TUBE SUPPORT KIT
SPRAY TUBE BRACKET
SPRAY TUBE U BOLT
SPRAY TUBE 2 PIECE CLAMP
M6 x 40mm SCREW STAINLESS
M6 NYLOC NUT STAINLESS
M10 x 20mm BOLT (ZINC)
BUSH
Qty
2
2
2
2
2
4
4
4
4
4
32
32
4
8
2
2
2
2
2
4
12
12
124
4
8
8
2
2
2
2
26
26
26
26
52
52
2
2
NOTE
Parts in italics are non-stock items and may need to be ordered.
7.61
GBCOMPL-30C - Centre Section 30m Assembly Drawings & Parts
12
13
11
1
17
4
5
3
36
2
14
15
37
28
23
27
18
12
13
8
10
8
21
7.62
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Pos
GBCOMPL-30C - Centre Section 30m
Part No
Description
1
GBBG001108
30m CENTRE SECTION
2
GB703570018V
3
Pos
Part No
Description
1
28
GB905300006
M6 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
6
HYDRAULIC RAM
2
29
A425130
2 PIECE RAIL CLAMP
3
GB500300032V
M30 SPACER NUT
2
30
GB904506040X
M6 x 40mm SCREW STAINLESS
6
4
GBBG001752
M30 BALL JOINT
2
31
GB905400006X
M6 NYLOC NUT STAINLESS
6
5
GB905215028Z
M30 LOCK NUT
4
36
GB999900467
WARNING LABEL PLATE KIT
1
6
GB570500011Z
1/4” NIPPLE 1.5 ORIFICE
4
37
GB201800065V
WARNING LABEL PLATE
1
7
GB600500001
COPPER WASHER
4
8
GB913671040
BELLVILLE WASHER
9
GB905420030
M30 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
2
10
GB500100127Z
CYLINDER MOUNT
2
11
GBBG000024
PIN
4
12
GB900110025Z
M10 x 20mm BOLT (ZINC)
8
13
GB907200010Z
10mm SPRING WASHER
8
14
GB500400004Z
COUNTERSUNK WASHER
4
15
GB900710025Z
COUNTERSUNK SCREW
4
17
GB919800020
GREASE NIPPLE
4
18
GB000117
SEAL KIT
1
19
GB201800415V
C/SEC RAIL MOUNT BRACKET
1
20
GB950130030
END CAP
2
21
GB950200059
CABLE RETAINER
2
22
GB900100016Z
M6 x 16mm BOLT (ZINC) 8.8
8
23
GB907106018Z
M6 x 18mm WASHER (ZINC)
8
24
GB550500500
5 HOLE SPRAY RAIL
1
25
GB999900100
SPRAY RAIL MOUNT KIT
3
26
GB201800418V
SPRAY RAIL MOUNT BRACKET
3
27
GB500500004Z
M6 U BOLT
3
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Qty
Qty
152
NOTE
Parts in italics are non-stock items and may need to be ordered.
7.63
GBCOMPL-30C - Centre Section
Assembly Drawings & Parts
18
7.64
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Pos
GBCOMPL-30C - Centre Section 30m
Part No
Description
1
GB382000050V
SELF LEVELLING FRAME
2
GB993806001V
3
Qty
Pos
Part No
Description
Qty
1
28
GB500700069
STRAINER WIRE
2
TIE ROD ASSY.
2
29
CABLE TIE
8
GB950300004
FLEXIBLE BUSH
4
30
GB905415014
M14 NUT FINE THREAD (1.5)
2
4
GB500400019Z
M24 WASHER
4
31
GB900314060Z
M14 x 60mm BOLT (ZINC) 8.8
2
5
GB905400024
M24 NYLOC NUT
4
32
GB919800061Z
LOCKING COLLAR
2
6
GB900324130Z
M24 x130mm BOLT (ZINC) 8.8
2
33
GB900106010Z
M6 x20mm BOLT (ZINC
2
7
GB382000075V
WEAR PAD BRACE
2
34
GBBG001396
SPACER
2
8
GB382000078
WEAR PAD
8
9
GB900710025Z
COUNTERSUNK SCREW
16
35
GB702550031V
TILT CYLINDER
1
10
GBBG001401
M14 x 100mm BOLT (ZINC) 8.8
8
36
GB570500007Z
1/4” NIPPLE 0.7 ORIFICE
2
11
GB905300014
M14 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
12
37
GB600500001
COPPER WASHER
4
12
GB993806002Z
ADJUSTABLE TIE ROD ASSY.
1
38
GB996000192
SEAL KIT
1
13
GB907014028Z
M14 WASHER (ZINC)
12
14
GB900312090Z
M12 x 90 BOLT (ZINC) 8.8
8
15
GB905300012
M12 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
8
16
GB907012025Z
M12 WASHER (ZINC)
16
18
GB997000018
LOCK RAM KIT
1
19
GB702550023V
LOCK RAM
1
20
GB996000179
SEAL KIT
1
21
GB570500011Z
1/4” NIPPLE 1.5 ORIFICE
2
22
GB905200022Z
M22 NUT
2
23
GB501100007
LOCKING RAM END PIECE
2
24
GB900510035Z
M10 x25mm BOLT (ZINC) 8.8
4
25
GB907010021Z
M10 WASHER (ZINC)
8
26
GB905300010
M10 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
4
27
GBBG001395
STRAINER WIRE KIT
1
NOTE
Parts in italics are non-stock items and may need to be ordered.
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
7.65
GBCOMPL-305-LHA or RHA - Boom Non Gvar & Gvar 30mAssembly Drawings & Parts
11
12
48
48
E
76
77
15
34
48
46
47
44
49
35
34
15
38
40
41
36
54
55
45
45
36
33
32
30
98
12
42
29
27
23
12
11
15
34
24
16
18
15
14
17
19
20
15
34
78
53
52
15
14
11
12
9
20
22
21
87
B
C
13
12
11
A
E
10
B
1
2
A
85
D
7.66
82
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
GBCOMPL-305-LHA or RHA - Boom Non Gvar & Gvar 30m
Section 7
Pos
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
27
29
30
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
Part No
GBBG026414
GBBG026415
GBBG025150
GBBG025151
GB023000050V
GB023000051V
GB022800080V
GB022800081V
GB392000330V
GB392000335Z
GB900110025Z
GB907200010Z
GB500100144VR
GB500400008Z
GB900710025Z
GBBG006429
GB500100145Z
GB023200209Z
GB500200037Z
GB919900043V
GB905400020
GB907120046Z
GB500100058V
GB500100044
GBBG017659
GBBG017662
GBBG017657
GBBG017660
GBBG017658
GB500400004Z
GBBG006427
GB500200029Z
GBBG024772
GBBG024776
GB003273
GB570500010Z
GB600500001
GB500100055V
GB905220027Z
GB920100043Z
GB919800020
GB006461
GB023200216V
GB006426
GB000187
GB500100110V
GB500100146V
GB905400024
GB907025044Z
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Description
INNER PIVOT R/H V2
INNER PIVOT L/H V2
INNER BOOM ARM R/H V2
INNER BOOM ARM L/H V2
OUTER BOOM ARM R/H
OUTER BOOM ARM L/H
BREAKAWAY ARM R/H
BREAKAWAY ARM L/H
PIN
SPACER
M10 x 20mm BOLT (ZINC) 8.8
10mm SPRING WASHER
BOTTOM PIN
COUNTERSUNK WASHER
COUNTERSUNK SCREW
PIN HOUSING
STRAINER PIN
STRAINING BOLT
SLEEVE
SPRING
M30 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
M30 WASHER (ZINC)
PIN
PIN
L/H BALL JOINT
M30 NUT L/H THREAD
DUAL THREADED TURNBUCKLE
M30 NUT R/H THREAD
R/H BALL JOINT
COUNTERSUNK WASHER
PIN
SPACER
HYDRAULIC RAM
SEAL KIT
M27 SPACER LOCK NUT
1/4” NIPPLE 1.0 ORIFICE
COPPER WASHER
PIN
M27 PLAIN NUT (ZINC)
BALL JOINT M27
GREASE NIPPLE
LINK ARM
LINK PIVOT
PIN
CIRCLIP
PIN
PIN
M24 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
M24 WASHER (ZINC)
Qty
Pos
Part No
Description
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
10
12
2
4
12
2
2
2
2
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
8
2
4
2
2
2
4
6*
2
4
2
14*
4
2
6
6
2
2
2
2
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
70
71
72
76
77
78
79
80
81
82/83
84/85
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
98
99
100
101
GB900124050Z
GB905200024Z
GB500200049
GB500100111Z
GB919900023Z
GB500400019Z
GB950200004
GB950200001
GB90710824Z
GB905400008
GB022400053V
XBMBB32
XBMBB
GB905400010
GB907010021Z
GB022400054V
XBMBB50
GBBG006474
MP-610/30-2
GB996000418
GB570500011Z
GB950200058
GB900306035Z
GB905300006
GB950200059
GB900106016Z
GB907106018Z
GB550400500
GB550700500
GB550600500
GB999900100
GB201800418V
GB500500004Z
A425130
GB904506040X
GB905400006X
GB900110020Z
GBBG000067
GB905100010Z
GB27160045V
M24 BOLT
M24 PLAIN NUT (ZINC)
CAP WASHER
BREAKAWAY PIN
BREAKAWAY SPRING
M24 WASHER (LARGE)
RUBBER STOPPER 20mm
RUBBER STOPPER 30mm
M8 X 24mm WASHER
M8 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
WING SUPPORT MALE
32mm U BOLT
40mm U BOLT
M10 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
M10 WASHER (ZINC)
WING SUPPORT FEMALE
50mm U BOLT
GVAR RAM
LOCK VALVE KIT FOR GVAR RAM
SEAL KIT
1/4” NIPPLE 1.5 ORIFICE
HOSE RETAINER
M6 x 35mm BOLT (ZINC)
M6 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
CABLE RETAINER
M6 x 35mm BOLT (ZINC)
M6 NYLOC NUT (ZINC)
4 HOLE SPRAY RAIL
7 HOLE SPRAY RAIL
6 HOLE SPRAY RAIL
SPRAY RAIL SUPPORT KIT
SPRAY RAIL BRACKET
M6 U BOLT
2 PIECE RAIL CLAMP
M6 x 40mm SCREW STAINLESS
M6 NYLOC NUT STAINLESS
BOLT
BUSHING
M10 PLAIN NUT (ZINC)
LEVELLER SIGHT GAUGE
Qty
2
6
2
2
2
2
4
2
6
6
2
4
4
16
18*
2
8
2
2
2
2
10
10
66
2
4
4
4
4
2
26
26
26
26
52
52
2
2
4
2
* Quantities may vary between Gvar and Standard Booms
NOTE
Parts in italics are non-stock items and may need to be ordered.
7.67
GB990902501 - Skid Kit Pair 24m
Assembly Drawings & Parts
Pos
7.68
Part No
1
GG919900030V
2
GG501100008V
3
GG501100009V
4
GG500500003Z
Description
Qty
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
GBBG016255 - Skid Kit Pair 28/30m
Section 7
Pos
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Part No
1
BG016220
2
BG016280
3
BG016282
4
GG500500002Z
5
GG905400010
Description
Qty
7.69
AB19100-AA - 33/36m - Centre Section/Hanger V2Assembly Drawings & Parts
7.70
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
AB19100-AA - 33/36m - Centre Section/Hanger V2
Section 7
Pos Part No
Description
Qty
Pos Part No
Description
Qty
1
AB191-100
SELF LEVELLER ADJUSTER
1
29
AB19199
CYLINDER INNER FOLD 3” X 16” EZFIT
2
2
AB191-101
SELF LEVELLER FIXED ARM
1
30
AB19199-M
ROD END MALE INNER FOLD CYLINDER
2
3
AB19101
CENTRE SECTION HANGER
1
31
AB19199-F
ROD END FEMALE INNER FOLD CYLINDER
2
4
AB19102A
CENTRE SECTION MAIN FRAME
1
32
BP-607
SHOCK ABSORBER AIR RIDE P126
2
5
AB19103BL
INNER FOLD PIVOT L.H.
1
33
1.25NNUTUNF
1 1/4” UNF LOCK NUT
2
6
AB19103BR
INNER FOLD PIVOT R.H.
1
34
0.75X100UNCBOLT
3/4” X 4” UNC BOLT HT ZP
4
7
AB19108
CENTRE SPRAY BAR SUPPORT
1
35
0.75UNCNNUT
3/4” UNC NYLOC NUT HT ZP
6
8
AB19120A
PIN Z BAR PIVOT
2
9
AB19120
INNER FOLD PIVOT PIN
4
36
M20X110BOLT
M20 X 110 HEX HEAD BOLT HT ZP
4
10
AB19121
WEAR PAD SUPPORT
4
37
M20NNUT
M20 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
4
11
AB19122
WEAR PAD SPACER
8
38
M16X120BOLT
M16 X 120 HEX HEAD BOLT HT ZP
8
12
AB19123
WEAR PAD SELF LEVELLER
8
39
M16NNUT
M16 NYLOC NUT HT ZP 1
6
13
AB19127
SPRING YAW CENTRE FRAME
2
40
M12X20
M12 X 20 HEX HEAD SET SCREW HT ZP
6
14
AB19131A
SPRING BUFFER HOLDER
2
41
M12NNUT
M12 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
4
15
AB19131A-1
BUFFER POLY URETHANE
2
42
M10X20
M10 X 20 SET SCREW HT ZP
6
16
AB19143
BOOM FOLD STOP PAD
2
43
M10NNUT
M10 NYLOC NUT HT ZP 1
6
17
AB19156C
CYLINDER CLEVIS BOOM PIN VER 2
2
44
M8X55BOLT
M8 X 55 HEX HEAD BOLT HT ZP
4
18
AB19183-130
PIN FIRST ARM 164 X 30
4
45
M8X45BOLT
M8 X 45 HEX HEAD BOLT HT ZP
4
19
AB19183-2
COLLAR DIA 30MM
4
46
M8NNUT
M8 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
8
20
AB19184-125
PIN FOLD CYLINDER 155 X 25.4
2
47
M6GNIPPLE
M6 GREASE NIPPLE
6
21
AB19184-2
COLLAR DIA 25.4MM
4
48
XBMBB50
U-BOLT 50MM X 10
8
22
AB19184-70
PIN FOLD CYLINDER 100 X 25.4
2
49
M16X45
M16 X 45 HEX HEAD SET SCREW HT ZP
8
23
AB19191B
PIN YAW SPRING CLEVIS END
2
24
AB19192F
INNER FOLD Z BAR
2
25
AB19193
YAW SPRING CLAMP
2
26
AB19194A
SPRING BUFFER HOLDER
2
NOTE
27
AB19195L
BOOM PROTECTION L.H.
1
Parts in italics are non-stock items and may need to be ordered.
28
AB19195R
BOOM PROTECTION R.H.
1
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
7.71
Complete Left/Right Boom Arm 33/36m
/04)/.
/04)/.
Assembly Drawings & Parts
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
AB19100-BR-33
33M RIGHTHAND BOOM ARM COMPLETE
AB19100-BR-36
36M RIGHTHAND BOOM ARM COMPLETE
AB19100-BL-33
33M LEFTHAND BOOM ARM COMPLETE
AB19100-BL-36
36M LEFTHAND BOOM ARM COMPLETE
7.72
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Section 7
Pos
1
Part No
Complete Left/Right Boom Arm 33/36m
Description
Qty
Pos
Part No
Description
Qty
AB19107R
FIRST ARM R.H. 33/36M
1
25
M20X100BOLT
M20 X 100 HEX HEAD BOLT HT ZP
1
AB19107L
FIRST ARM L.H. 33/36M
1
26
M20NNUT
M20 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
3
2
AB19100-A-2
FIXED WINGTIP ADJUSTMENT
1
27
M20HNUT
M20 HALF NUT ZP
1
3
AB19100-A-3
HYDRAULIC WINGTIP ADJUSTMENT
1
28
M20FWASHER
M20 FLAT WASHER ZP
3
4
AB19113CR
FOLD PIVOT OUTER R.H.
1
29
M12HNUT
M12 HEX NUT HT ZP
2
AB19113CL
FOLD PIVOT OUTER L.H.
1
30
M12X70
M12 X 70 SET SCREW HT ZP
1
5
AB19135
PIN 36M 1ST ARM TO 2ND
1
31
M12X60BOLT
M12 X 60 BOLT HT ZP
1
6
AB19150-130
PIN 130 X 30
1
7
AB19150-65
PIN 65 X 25.4
3
32
M12X40
M12 X 40 SET SCREW HT ZP
3
8
AB19157A
BRACKET OUTER BOOM
1
33
M12X25
M12 X 25 SET SCREW HT ZP
1
9
AB19157Apad
PAD OUTER BOOM SUPPORT
1
34
M12NNUT
M12 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
3
10
AB19159
SPRING LOCK ARM
1
35
M12FWASHER
M12 FLAT WASHER ZP
12
11
AB19160R
ARM HINGE LOCK R.H.
1
36
M12SWASHER
M12 SPRING WASHER ZP
1
AB19160L
ARM HINGE LOCK L.H.
1
37
M10X30
M10 X 30 SET SCREW HT ZP
4
AB19161R
PLATE HINGE LOCK RH
1
38
M10X20
M10 X 20 SET SCREW HT ZP
2
AB19161L
PLATE HINGE LOCK L.H.
1
39
M10NNUT
M10 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
6
13
AB19163
ROD G-FIX
1
40
M10FWASHER
M10 FLAT WASHER ZP
8
14
AB19164
SPRING RETAINER PLATE
1
41
M6GNIPPLE
M6 GREASE NIPPLE
11
15
AB19165
PIVOT BLOCK
1
42
XBMBB50
U-BOLT 50MM X 10
1
16
AB19178
ARM FOLD PIVOT OUTER
1
17
AB19179
LINK PLATE OUTER FOLD RAM
1
18
AB19180
PIN PIVOT BLOCK
2
19
AB19181
PIN OUTER FOLD SCISSOR JOINT
3
20
AB19197
CYLINDER OUTER FOLD 3.5 X 12
1
21
AB19197-SK
SEAL KIT HP-016 CYLINDER
1
22
AB20800
CYLINDER FOLD LOCK 35 X 38.1
1
NOTE
23
AB20800-1
LOCK NUT 1 1/4” BSP
1
Parts in italics are non-stock items and may need to be ordered.
24
1.25UNFNNUT
1 1/4” UNF NYLOC NUT
1
12
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
7.73
Assembly Drawings & Parts
Complete Left/Right Boom Arm 33/36m
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
AB19100-BR-33
33M RIGHTHAND BOOM ARM COMPLETE
AB19100-BR-36
36M RIGHTHAND BOOM ARM COMPLETE
AB19100-BL-33
33M LEFTHAND BOOM ARM COMPLETE
AB19100-BL-36
36M LEFTHAND BOOM ARM COMPLETE
7.74
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Section 7
Pos
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
Complete Left/Right Boom Arm 33/36m
Part No
Description
AB19109AL
AB19109AR
AB19110L
AB19110R
AB19111A
AB19106AL
AB19126-5
AB19152-330A
AB21200A
AB21200A-1
AB19126-4
AB19126-6
AB19126-7
MP-413
MP-519
MP-598A
BOOM ARM OUTER LH 36M
BOOM ARM OUTER RH 36M
BOOM ARM OUTER LH 33M
BOOM ARM OUTER LH 33M
BREAK-AWAY HITCH
BREAK-AWAY TIP
PULLEY
PIN OUTER BOOM SUPPORT
TOP LINK ADJUSTMENT
BUSH
MALE ROD END
CABLE, PULLEY
SPACER BUSH
ADJUSTABLE SPRING HITCH
SPRING
PROTECTION BRACKET FENCELINE V2
3/4” X 4” UNC BOLT HT ZP
3/4” UNC NYLOC NUT HT ZP
3/4” UNF HEX HALF NUT
3/4” FLAT WASHER ZP
M20 X 100 HEX HEAD BOLT HT ZP
M20 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
M20 FLAT WASHER ZP
M16 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
M16 HEX NUT HT ZP
M16 FLAT WASHER ZP
M12 X 90 BOLT HT ZP
M12 X 50 SET SCREW HT ZP
M12 X 40 HEX HEAD SET SCREW HT ZP
M12 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
M12 FLAT WASHER ZP
M10 X 30 SET SCREW HT ZP
M10 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
0.75X100UNCBOLT
0.75UNCNNUT
0.75UNFHHNUT
0.75FWASHER
M20X100BOLT
M20NNUT
M20FWASHER
M16NNUT
M16HNUT
M16FWASHER
M12X90
M12X50
M12X40
M12NNUT
M12FWASHER
M10X30
M10NNUT
Pegasus BT-POM 1212 Rev 3
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
2
1
4
1
1
2
2
4
2
1
1
1
3
7
4
4
Pos
Part No
Description
30
31
M10FWASHER
M6GNIPPLE
M10 FLAT WASHER ZP
M6 GREASE NIPPLE
Qty
8
1
NOTE
Parts in italics are non-stock items and may need to be ordered.
AB19106A-(L or R)-KIT - Complete Breakaway Assembly
2
AB19111A
BREAK-AWAY HITCH
1
3
AB19106AL
BREAK-AWAY TIP
1
4
AB19126-5
PULLEY
1
7
AB19126-4
MALE ROD END
1
8
AB19126-6
AB19126-6 CABLE, PULLEY
1
9
AB19126-7
SPACER BUSH
2
10
MP-413
ADJUSTABLE SPRING HITCH
1
11
MP-519
SPRING
1
15
0.75UNFHHNUT
3/4” UNF HEX HALF NUT
1
17
M20X100BOLT
M20 X 100 HEX HEAD BOLT HT ZP
1
18
M20NNUT
M20 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
1
20
M16NNUT
M16 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
2
21
M16HNUT
M16 HEX NUT HT ZP
4
22
M16FWASHER
M16 FLAT WASHER ZP
2
24
M12X50
M12 X 50 SET SCREW HT ZP
1
25
M12X40
M12 X 40 HEX HEAD SET SCREW HT ZP
1
26
M12NNUT
M12 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
3
27
M12FWASHER
M12 FLAT WASHER ZP
7
28
M10X30
M10 X 30 SET SCREW HT ZP
4
29
M10NNUT
M10 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
4
30
M10FWASHER
M10 FLAT WASHER ZP
8
7.75
AB19196 - 33/36m - Skid Complete Single Assembly Drawings & Parts
Pos
Part No
Description
Qty
1
AB19196-1
SKID SET 3 PIECE
1
2
AB19196-2
SKID MOUNT 36M BOOM FEMALE
1
3
AB19196-3
SKID MOUNT SHAFT AB191 BOOM
1
4
AB19196-4
COLLAR DIA 30MM
1
5
AB19196-6
SKID LEAF CLAMP
1
6
M12X55
M12 X 55 SET SCREW HT ZP
2
9
M12NNUT
M12 NYLOC NUT
2
8
M10X60BOLT
M10 X 60 BOLT HT ZP
1
9
M10NNUT
M10 NYLOC NUT HT ZP
1
10
M6GNIPPLE
M6 GREASE NIPPLE
1
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