Owners Manual - Conag Equipment

Owners Manual - Conag Equipment
Owners Manual
Renovator Classic
ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS
Head Office:
P.O. Box 2018
Hilton Highway, Washdyke
Timaru, New Zealand
Telephone (03) 688 2029
Facsimile (03) 688 2821
Australian Branch:
4B Silverton Close
Laverton North 3026
Melbourne, Australia
Telephone (03) 9314-9666
Facsimile (03) 9314-6810
Pt. No. 67388
Issue 1210
Renovator Classic
Contents
Page
Introduction
Acquisition & Warranty
Disclaimer
Description of Machine
Specification
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Working Principle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Dimensions & Capacities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SAFETY - General
Safety Symbols on Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operator Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Be Prepared for Emergencies . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Appropriate Dress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transport This Machine Safely . . . . . . . . . . . .
Handle Agricultural Chemicals Safely . . . . . . .
Avoid High Pressure Fluids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safe Work Practices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Practise Safe Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hazard Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety Decals & Safety Guards. . . . . . . . . . . .
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SAFETY - Machine Specific
Transport
Operation
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Sowing Chart
Basic Calibration Procedure
Gearbox Setting Lever . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting Seeder Shutter Slides . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bottom Flap Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Seed Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hand Crank Turns for Seed Rate Calculation.
Use of Seed Rate Calculator. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calibration Deviations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sowing of Fine Seeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sowing Small Seeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sowing Peas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
(Optional) Hectaremeter Settings . . . . . . . . . .
Calibration Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Maintenance & Care
General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lubrication Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Parts List
Base Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Optional Extras . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63-71
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Introduction
Acquisition & Warranty
On delivery of your new Duncan Renovator Classic please
check that the machine is not damaged. In cases of shipping
damage, please ask your dealer to arrange for the appropriate
claim to be lodged immediately. Assemble any parts supplied
loose and inspect your machine with the aid of this manual to
familiarise yourself with its features. If you have any queries
ask your dealer straight away. The machine is covered by our
12 month warranty on faulty parts, subject to normal use.
Record below the serial number of your machine and keep
it in a secure place to help trace the machine and assist
us when you order parts.
Model: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Serial No: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Owner:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Delivery Date:. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dealer: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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The Owner’s Manual
Your new Duncan Renovator Classic will give long and
efficient service if given normal care and operated properly.
This owner’s manual is provided so that you can become
thoroughly familiar with the design of the machine and to
furnish information on correct operation, adjustment and
maintenance. Only persons well acquainted with these
guidelines should be allowed to use the equipment.
A separate illustrated parts section has been provided so that
if any parts are required your dealer will be able to supply
them by reference to part numbers.
The manual is considered as part of your machine and must
remain with the machine when it is sold.
Right and left hand references in this manual are
determined by standing behind the machine and facing in
the direction of travel.
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This Document contains the Original
Operating Instructions for this machine
and are verified by the Manufacturer,
Signed:...........................................
Product Development Manager
Disclaimer
Every effort has been made to
ensure that the information in this
manual was accurate and up to
date at the time of going to press.
Clough Agriculture reserves the
right to make subsequent changes
to the machine, where necessary,
without notification.
The Company will not be
responsible for any damage or
consequential loss arising out of
misinterpretation or failure to follow
recommended procedures. Nor will
it be liable for any damage caused
by or arising out of modification or
misuse of its product.
The owner has a responsibility to
protect himself and others by
observing all safety information
and by ensuring all operators are
well acquainted with the safety
information, trained in the correct
use of the machine and applying
safe work practices.
Description of Machine
The Duncan ‘Renovator Classic’ is a Coil Tine Tee-boot drill.
The box is mounted on a robust frame accommodating large
diameter tyres for the arable situation. The ground engaging
components are controlled by a hydraulic ram and rocker
arm system, giving ample control on ground pressure, good
transport clearance and contour following ability. Sowing
depth is controlled by adjusting the hydraulic ram as required.
The quality European type peg roller seeder system handles
all seeds from turnip and rape through to peas and maize.
The seeders are driven from the groundwheels via a jockey
wheel system and variable speed gearbox. For transport the
drive is easily disconnected by raising the drill to its transport
height.
Working Principle
The gearbox, pegged seed rollers and seeder flaps are set to
give the desired seed rate. The coil tyne and tee-boot, create
the seed bed. Seed flows down the flexible tubes between
seeder and tee-boot units, and drops into the prepared seed
bed.
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Dimensions & Capacities
Dimensions & Capacities
Width (over wheels /mm)
3026
Height (Groundwheels up /mm)
1700
Height (Groundwheels down /mm)
2035
Overall Length (mm)
3512
Weight inc. disc openers (unladen)
1610
Tyre Size
10/80/12
Recommended Tyre Pressure
4 Bar (58psi)
Maximum speed (km/hr)
40 km/hr
Jockey Tyre Size
410/350 x 6 x 4 ply
Jockey Tyre Pressure
3.44 Bar (50 psi)
Row Spacing
147.5
Effective Sowing Width
2802.5
Box Capacity (litres per box)
350
Maximum Tractor HP Rating
180
OVERALL LENGTH (refer specification table)
(excluding optional rear tow-hitch)
HEIGHT (refer specification table)
WIDTH OVER WHEELS (refer specification table)
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ATTENTION
On the machine important safety information is indicated by these symbols.
These highlight general safety aspects in regard to the machine rather than specific
hazards.
Do not ride or allow passengers on the machine.
Under no circumstances are passengers to be permitted
on the machine while it is in operation or being transported.
Any footboards and/or footsteps are provided solely for the
purpose of preparing the machine for use.
Keep clothing and body extremities well clear of
pinch points while the machine is operating (seeding
or calibrating). Keep well clear of moving parts at all
times.
These signs typically occur wherever trapping points
exist. These include drive chains, sprockets, shafts,
wheels, discs, pivot points, etc. Guards are provided with
the machine for safety reasons (where practical without
compromising machine performance). Ensure these are
always fitted during operation.
Always exercise extreme caution in the vicinity of
sharp edges and points.
Where possible guards are provided with the machine
for safety reasons (where practical without compromising
machine performance). Ensure these are always fitted
during operation.
Footboards, footsteps, drawbars and other machine
surfaces may be slippery when wet.
Apply extra caution in wet conditions and in the early
morning when surfaces are wet.
Keep Clear. (It is dangerous to be in this area when
the machine is operating.)
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SAFETY - General
N.B. Throughout this
manual important safety
information is indicated
by these symbols in the
margin:
A prohibition should
be observed under all
circumstances.
A warning indicates a
hazard that could cause
death or injury if the
warning is ignored.
A caution indicates a
hazard that may cause
damage to property if
the caution is ignored.
This section of the manual offers general guidelines
for the safe operation of machinery. It does not replace
local safety regulations. These guidelines were current at
the time of publication, but may be superseded by later
regulations.
Clough Agriculture has made every effort to highlight all
risks to personnel or property. Owners and operators have
a responsibility to exercise care and safe work practices at
all times in the vicinity of the machine.
Owners are advised to keep up to date on safety issues
and to communicate these to all users of the machine.
Contact the Occupational Safety and Health Service
(OSH) for further information about general safety aspects.
If you have safety concerns specifically related to this
machine, contact your dealer immediately.
Operator Safety
Read this manual carefully before operating new
equipment. Learn how to use this machine safely.
Be thoroughly familiar with the controls and the proper use
of the equipment before using it.
Take careful note of all safety instructions both in this
manual and on the machine itself. Failure to comply with
instructions could result in personal injury and/or damage
to the machine.
Replace missing or damaged safety signs on the machine
and ensure that these remain clearly visible.
It is the owner’s responsibility to ensure that anyone
who operates, adjusts, lubricates, maintains, cleans
or uses the machine in any way has had suitable
instruction and is familiar with the information in this
manual (particularly with regard to safety aspects).
Operators and other users of the machine should be
aware of potential hazards and operating limitations.
Be Prepared for Emergencies
Keep a first aid kit and fire extinguisher handy.
Keep emergency numbers for doctors, ambulance,
hospital and fire department near your telephone.
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SAFETY - General (Continued)
Appropriate Dress
Wear close fitting clothing and avoid rings or other forms of
jewellery which could become caught in the machinery.
People with long hair must have it securely fixed and confined
close to the head.
Refer to local safety standards for protective clothing and
recommended safety equipment.
Transport This Machine Safely
Ensure that all linkage pins and security clips are fitted correctly.
With trailing machines tow with the drawbar only, as this is the
only safe towing point on the machine.
Always check that bystanders (especially children) are well clear
(front and rear) before starting and moving the tractor and the
machine.
Plan safe routes of travel, and be aware of power lines and
other roadside hazards. Take particular care when towing
implements on hillsides.
Do not ride or allow passengers on the machine.
This machine is not designed to carry passengers, and no riders
are permitted.
Road transport
On public roads,
• A speed of 30km/h must not be exceeded.
• Do not operate during the hours of darkness unless standard
lights are fitted and clearly visible. (This also applies when
visibility is limited, e.g., in foggy conditions.)
See the guidelines in the Vehicle Dimensions and Mass Rule,
issued by the Land & Transport Safety Authority.
Avoid tip-overs
Avoid holes, ditches and obstructions which may cause the
machine to tip over, especially on hillsides. Never drive near the
edge of a gully or steep embankment - it might cave in. Slow
down for hillsides, rough ground and sharp turns.
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SAFETY - General (Continued)
Handle Agricultural Chemicals Safely
All farm chemicals should be stored, used, handled and
disposed of safely and in accordance with the supplier’s/
manufacturer’s recommendations.
Read the product label before using, noting any warnings
or special cautions, including any protective clothing or
equipment that may be required, ie. respirtor.
Do not eat or smoke while handling sprays, fertilisers, coated
seeds, etc. Afterwards, always wash your hands and face
before you eat, drink, smoke, or use the toilet.
Store sprays, fertilisers, coated seeds, etc. out of reach of
children and pets, and away from food and animal feeds.
Any symptoms of illness during or after using chemicals
should be treated according to the supplier’s/manufacturer’s
recommendations. If severe, call a physician or get the
patient to hospital immediately. Keep the container and/or
label for reference.
Avoid High Pressure Fluids
Avoid any contact with fluids leaking under pressure, because
the fluids can penetrate the skin surface.
Any fluid which penetrates the skin, will need to be removed
immediately by a medical expert. Seek specialist advice on
this type of injury.
Relieve the pressure before disconnecting any hydraulic or
other lines. Make all repairs and tighten all fittings before
re-connection to pressurised fluid.
Keep your hands and body away from any pinholes or high
pressure jets. Search for leaks with a piece of cardboard
instead of using your hand directly.
Safe Work Practices
All farm machinery is potentially dangerous and should be
treated with caution and respect.
Before starting the machine, ensure that all controls are placed
in neutral and that bystanders are well clear. Check that the
guards have been securely fitted and that any adjustments
have been made correctly.
Where possible, disconnect or isolate the drive mechanism to
the implement. Lower the machine onto the ground when not
in use.
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SAFETY - General (Continued)
Practise Safe Maintenance
Keep the machine in safe working condition. Routine maintenance
and regular servicing will help reduce risks and prolong the life of
the machine.
General Maintenance
Accidents occur most frequently during servicing and repair. The
following general rules must be followed when maintaining or
working with machinery:
• All operating and maintenance manuals must be
read before and referred to while using or servicing any
piece ofequipment.
• Turn off all machinery power sources and isolate the
machine before making adjustments, doing lubrication,
repairs or any other maintenance on the machine.
• Ensure that the machine hydraulics are disconnected from
the power source.
• Wear gloves when handling components with cutting
edges, such as any ground cutting components.
• Beware of hazards created by springs under tension
or compression when dismantling or maintaining the
machine.
• It is recommended that you clean the machine with a water
blaster or similar apparatus before commencing
maintenance.
Make Sure the Machine is Well Supported
When machinery is fitted with hydraulics, do not rely on the
hydraulics to support the machine. During maintenance or while
making adjustments under the machine, always lock the hydraulics
and support the machine securely. Place blocks or other stable
supports under elevated parts before working on these.
Electrical Maintenance
Disconnect the electrical supply from the tractor before doing any
electrical maintenance.
Welding
With electronic equipment in modern tractors it is advisable to
disconnect the machine from the tractor, or at least disconnect the
alternator and battery before attempting any welding.
Use Only Genuine Spare Parts
Unauthorised modifications or non-genuine spare parts may be
hazardous and impair the safe operation and working life of the
machine.
Excess lubricants must be disposed of safely so as not to become
a hazard.
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SAFETY - Machine Specific
This section of the manual gives specific guidelines for
the safe operation of the Renovator Classic.
These guidelines were current at the time of publication, but
may be superseded by later circumstances. They do not
necessarily cover every possible hazard and must be read in
conjunction with the SAFETY - General section (Page 4 - 8).
Hazard Points on the Renovator Classic
The lists below are not all-inclusive and serve only to highlight
the more obvious areas of risk.
The decals attached to the machine are a general reminder
that there are hazardous areas on the machine, rather than
specifically highlighting all possible hazards.
For decal locations on machine, refer Page 11.
No Ride
Passengers are not permitted anywhere on the machine.
Pinch Points/Moving Parts
Hazardous areas include:
• Drive chains.
• Sprockets between the drive wheel, the transfer shaft and
the gearbox (RH side).
• Sprockets between the gearbox and the box shafts
(RH side).
• Agitator drive units (LH side).
• Agitator shaft inside the boxes.
• Seeder units, box shaft and shaft connectors.
• Wheel legs and main frame assemblies
• Between discs and other sub-assembly parts (where fitted).
• Press wheel assemblies (where fitted).
Slippery When Wet
Hazardous areas include:
• Footboards and footstep.
• All smooth surfaces on the frame structure.
Keep Clear
Hazardous areas include:
• Between the tractor and Renovator Classic.
• Immediately adjacent to the Renovator Classic side.
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SAFETY - Machine Specific
(Continued)
Hazard Points on the Renovator Classic
(Continued)
Pedestal Chain Guards
To prevent hands, etc. getting caught in drive chains, guards
are provided to cover sprockets, chain and chain tensioners
mounted about the drive pedestal (RHS). These guards must
be fitted while using the machine.
Warning: Access to pinch points is still possible from
underneath the guard.
For guard locations on machine, refer Page 13.
Calibrating
Be particularly careful when calibrating the seeding rate. At
this time, the calibration trays have been removed and are no
longer covering the rotating seeder units. See Pinch Points/
Moving Parts (Page 11) for hazardous areas.
Transport
The two wheels located at the sides of the machine are for the
purpose of controlling sowing depth. These are also used to
support the machine weight during transport (while linked to
the tractor).
Important - Refer to safety cautions in the Transport section,
page 14 of the manual. Ensure that all linkage pins and
security clips are fitted correctly.
Maintenance
Refer Page 28 for reference to the Maintenance and Care
section of the manual.
Lubrication
Refer Page 29 for reference to the Maintenance and Care
section of the manual.
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SAFETY - Machine Specific
(Continued)
5
2
Inside Box Lid
1
4
3
2
6
7
8
4
Item Decal/Guard
Pt. No. Qty
1
‘No Ride’
43900
3
2
‘Pinch Point/Moving Parts’
43901
5
3
‘Slippery When Wet’
43902
2
4
‘Keep Clear’
43904
2
5
Arrows (Inside Box Lid)
43905
4
6
Pedestal Drive Guard
25995
1
7
Jockey Drive Swing Guard
25745
1
8
‘30 km/hr’
43911
2
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Transport
1
Raise the drill into the transport position and hold at the full
extent of the rams for a few seconds to allow cylinders to
rephase/equalise.
2
Important - To avoid machine damage due to drill
lowering during transport, always close the hydraulic valve
on the drawbar. Move the handle to a position at 900 to
the hydraulic line as shown in Fig 1. This applies to the
drawbar and disc opener hydraulic valves where fitted.
3
Locate jack stand in transport position, if fitted. Refer Fig 2.
4
Ensure lighting and oversize warning requirements meet
recommendations published by the local Land Transport
Authority or equivalent.
5
Maximum towing speed 30 km/hr.
For countries other than New Zeaand greater speed
restrictions may apply, please refer to your local
transport authority.
Fig 1
Ensure towing vehicle requirements are adequate
for the towed vehicle e.g. mass, brakes. Refer to
recommendations published by the local Land Transport
Authority or equivalent.
Fig 2
Braking when towing can cause the load to jackknife. Use
extra care when towing in adverse conditions such as mud,
inclines and sharp bends.
Lower towing speeds are recommmended on farm roads/
tracks and where one wheel is on or over a road verge.
6
Attach safety chains to tractor. Refer Fig 3.
Safety chains must be crossed over underneath the
coupling and attached to the towing vehicle. The
attachment points must be as close as practical to the
towing coupling and one each side.The towbar on the
towing vehicle must be rated for the towed mass. Do not
remove or replace the safety chains provided with any
other than those specified in the parts manual.
Note: The safety chains are provided with sufficient
length to cater for all towing vehicles. Safety chains must
be shortened by cutting off excess length so that if the
coupling fails the drawbar will not hit the ground.
Fig 3
7
If the machine is fitted with row markers or other vertical
extensions, check clearance under power lines en route.
8
Important - For greater disc opener ground clearance,
adjust the ram or turnbuckle on the disc opener unit so
they are at maximum height, and/or extend the drawbar
ram or turnbuckle to level the machine chassis.
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Operation
General Operation Guidelines
1
Use a sufficiently powerful tractor which is heavy enough
to tow the drill safely.
2
Operate the drill at a speed of 6-12 km/hr (4-8 mph).
In stoney and uneven ground conditions a lower speed is
more appropriate
3
Check that the drill is level during calibration and while seeding.
4
Check tyre pressure before seeding. Refer page 3.
5
Double check seed rates before seeding.
6
Raise the drill out of the ground when making any turns.
7
Raise the drill out of the ground before backing up.
8
After prolonged storage, check to see that all drive
mechanisms and hydraulic equipment are functioning
correctly. Check that the seed tubes are not perished or
blocked.
Sowing Speed
Typical travel speeds when sowing range from 6-12 km/hr
in good conditions. In stoney and uneven ground conditions
a lower speed is recommended to minimise rapid part
deterioration. Sowing too fast can result in:
1 Poor contour following and uneven sowing depth.
2 Impact damage to:
a Ground engaging components.
b Bearings, housings & axles.
c Fasteners & structural components.
3 More extreme conditions will result in greater vibration
and uneven seed flow at low seeding rates.
Sowing Depth Control
The sowing depth is dependent on:
1 The wheel height in relation to the chassis
2 Tyre pressure
3 Ground condition i.e. hard or soft
1
The wheel height in relation to the chassis is controlled using
the threaded depth adjustment collar (1) Refer Fig 4.
Caution: Do not over extend the thread depth adjustment
collar. Additional collars may be required.
Fig 4
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Level Drill
Use the drawbar turnbuckle or ram to tilt the drill so it is
sitting level. An adjustment may be required after a short
period of use because the paint wears off the discs and
the discs sharpen which in turn improves the penetration
abilities.
Transport Position
When in the transport position the hydraulic cylinders are
fully extended. In this position the cylinders fully equalise
by allowing oil to bypass the master cylinder piston. It is
recommended to raise the drill into the transport position
when turning at headlands or regularly to counteract the
effects of oil leakage past the piston and ensure cylinder
rods are equally extended and minimise variations in
sowing depth.
Coulter Penetration Depth
To create the ideal seed bed the disc opener coulter
should cut approximately 20mm below the inverted
tee point. In hard and dry conditions this may not be
achievable, and better machine/sowing performance may
be achieved without using the disc openers. An indication
of this will be the machine bouncing which will result in
uneven sowing depth.
Coulters will give better penetration ability as they sharpen
with use.
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Renovator Classic Sowing Chart
Wheat (41.2)
Oats (37.2)
Barley (45.7)
Ryecorn (25.8)
White Peas (302)
Green Peas (240)
Peren. Grass (2.27)
Annual Grass (4.4)
Pasture Mix* ( - )
Lucerne (3.17)
Turnip (2.17)
Kale (3.20)
Swedes (3.25)
Rape (3.50)
White Clover (1.11)
Red Clover (2.23)
Super Phosphate
DAP Granules
Super Phosphate
DAP Granules
H/L
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
H
L
L
L
L
L
L
H
H
L
L
Seed Rate (kg/ha)
Gearbox Setting Position
Sh
u
Test Seed Type/
Thousand Seed
Wgt., TSW*(gm)
Ge
ar
R
ati
o
Table 3
*
tte
rS
lid
e*
Bo
tto
m
Fla
p*
Me
ter
ing
Wh
ee
l*
High & Low Ratio - Row Spacing 147.5
Position
3/4
Full
Full
3/4
3/4
3/4
Full
Full
Full
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
3/4
Full
Full
Full
Full
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
Type
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
N
F
F
F
F
F
F
F
N
N
N
N
15
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
Hints
90
100
102.14 128.78 152.36 180.03 208.25 234.35
98.98 122.97 146.37 171.74 196.99 219.56
117.66 144.97 176.33 205.4 236.51 266.22
118.96 148.03 178.5 207.32 240.85 270.94
111.97 161.93 213.44 246.59 305.11 358.66 397.42 457.22
Agitator Stopped
77.62 116.89 156.06 192.65 230.78 272.72 316.2 355.73
6.53
13.73
27.41
40.90
53.86
67.23
8.06
16.32
31.75
46.31
60.67
76.68
13.92
27.59
41.31
54.42
67.38
81.65
9.27
13.82
17.97
22.43
26.38
1.76
3.21
4.63
6.0
Agitator Stopped
1.69
3.21
4.66
6.02
Agitator Stopped
1.62
3.0
4.44
5.78
1.57
3.06
4.47
5.65
1.90
3.56
5.05
6.66
0.96
0.94
0.82
81.51
Agitator Stopped
Agitator Stopped
1.65
Agitator Stopped
Agitator Stopped
8.17
Agitator Stopped
9.75
91.51 140.12 185.26 235.37 286.62 344.51 397.16 456.96
174.04 214.2 256.66 301.67 346.42 382.88
53.7
71.0
90.24 109.84 132.03 152.25 182.99
115.64 132.81 146.77
Gear Ratio*: H, High = 21T on Transfer Shaft,
13T on Gearbox Input Shaft.
L, Low = 13T on Transfer Shaft,
21T on Gearbox Input Shaft.
Shutter Slide*: For Grain, changing the Shutter Slide from 3/4 to Full gives
10% to 15% more flow.
Pasture Mix*: Test Mixture = 72% Perennial Grass, 8% White Clover,
8% Cocksfoot, 8% Concord, 4% Red Clover
Bottom Flap*: The values shown were the optimum test settings,
decreasing the gap may cause seed damage, too large a gap will give
intermittent flow rates. (Flaps are spring loaded to cope with small
variations in seed/granule size).
Metering Wheel*: N = Normal Metering Wheel
F = Fine Seed Metering Wheel
TSW*:
TSW(gm) x Desired Plants/m2 = Sowing Rate (Kg/Ha)
Germination %
Notes
1.Where a small seeds box is used,
multiply the above seed rates by 0.80 to
account for the different gearing ratio.
2.Seed rates shown are approximate
only for the respective gearbox setting.
It is recommended that the calibration
procedure is always used. Refer to
page 18.
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Basic Calibration Procedure
1
Gearbox Setting Lever
To set the seed rate at the gearbox, slacken the star knob (1) by
turning counter-clockwise and push from below into the position
indicated in the Sowing Chart. Retighten the star knob firmly
(Fig 6).
Important
The settings shown in the Sowing Charts (kg/ha) can only
serve as reference values. Deviations may occur caused by
differences in the size, shape, density of the grain and by the
dressing agent. Therefore prior to any sowing, always carry
out calibration trials to accurately determine the actual
seed rate.
Fig 6
Using the stepless variable speed gearbox, the speed of the
metering shaft and thus the seed rate is set steplessly. The
higher the figure indicated on the scale by the setting lever the
greater the seed rate (Fig 6).
Selecting the Gear Ratio
The Seed Drill is designed with a two speed (high and low) gear
ratio arrangement where the moving of the chain from a 21 x 13
teeth ratio to a 13 x 21 teeth ratio changes the output from high
to low (Fig 7). The selection and method for changing the ratio
is detailed under Speed Setting Page 23.
Fig 7
Setting Seeder Shutter Slides
The varying flow properties of seeds require different shutter
slide positions which may be found in the Sowing Chart for the
individual type of seed. This corresponds to one of the three
settings in Fig 8.
Fig 8/A
Fig 8/B
Fig 8/C
Closed
3/4 Open
Fully Open
A
B
C
Table 4
Fig 8
Bottom Flap Settings
The various seed sizes require matching bottom flap clearances
below the metering wheel. The adjusting plate allows for 10
different settings. The required position for the seed type may
be found in the Sowing Chart. The control levers are located on
the LH end of the seedbox, (opposite end to the gearbox).
10
1
10
Number “1” corresponds to the minimum (closed) position and
“10” the maximum gap (Fig 9).
Fig 9
18
Basic Calibration Procedure
(Continued)
Seed Calibration
The calibration test should be done to confirm the required
seed rate and is done with the drill stationary and level.
1
Seed Calibration Procedures
2
Fig 10
1
Fig 11
1
Remove the calibration tray from the storage brackets
on the seedbox. Place the calibration tray (1) on the
support members below the seeders (Fig 10).
2
Position all the clear plastic seed diverters (2) to
redirect the seed into the calibration tray (Fig 10).
3
Make sure all the shutters are open and set to the
position indicated in the seed charts for the particular
seed (Table 3. Page 17).
4
Agitator Shaft - Check the Seed Chart “Hints” (Table 3)
whether to connect or disconnect the shaft by removing
the lynch pins (1) during seeding (Fig 11).
5
For the test, half fill the box with seed. If this is not
possible make sure the seed is evenly distributed within
the box.
6 For setting method refer to Basic Calibration
Procedures (Page 18).
Note For seeds which are not covered in the
Sowing Chart (Page 17), use the figures for a seed of
comparable size and shape.
7 Place the crank handle over the hexagonal drive
dog on the transfer shaft and turn anti-clockwise
until the seed flows consistently from the seeders
(Fig 12). To ensure complete filling of the seed unit
continue turning the crank until the calibration tray is
approximately half full then empty into the seedbox.
The drill is now ready for calibration.
8 Turn the crank handle anti-clockwise the required
number of revolutions as detailed in Table 5.
Fig 12
Note The Calibration is usually done for 1/40th
hectare. For very small seed rates or when using
inaccurate scales (i.e. unable to measure to the
nearest gram) the calculation based on 1/10th hectare
should be used.
Scales must be accurate to 2 grams as any
error will be multiplied by either 10 or 40 giving
inaccurate calibration results.
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Basic Calibration Procedure (Continued)
Hand Crank Turns for Seed Rate Calibration
The tables represented below are for arable conditions (worked ground) and
are calculated to indicate an average situation. If there is any doubt as to the
accuracy of these figures for the conditions, it is advisable to run checks on
the calibration figures listed. Refer Page 22, (Wheel Slip Deviations). Check
and record which tyres are fitted to your drill, to ensure use of the correct
Hand Crank Turn and Constant figures.
Turns
Machine
Row
Sowing for 1/40
Size
Spacing(mm) Width (m) Hectare
19 Run
9
147.5
2.8
Turns
for 1/10
Hectare
32.5
130
Weigh the seed collected during the test in kilograms.
Caution: Scales must be accurate to 2 grams, as any error will be multiplied
by either 10 or 40, giving inaccurate calibration results.
10 Calculate the seed rate by multiplying the kgs previously collected x 40 (1/40th
ha method, refer Table 6) or x 10 (1/10th ha method, refer Table 7) depending
on the requirement. If the resultant calculation does not produce the desired
seed rate use the enclosed seed rate calculator disc to determine the correct
gearbox setting.
Refer Use of Seed Rate Calculator Page 21.
Suggestion: To be on the safe side and until confidence has been gained
with the method of calibration it is advisable to conduct a second test at the
newly determined gearbox setting.
11 Where a coated seed is used it is advisable to check the calibration after
1 hectare as dressings can tend to create a coating on the seed metering
wheels thus changing the the flowing properties of the seed which in turn
alters the seed rate.
For 1/40 Hectare (250m2) Calibration
Seed Rate = Actual Seed Collected (kg) x 40
Table 6
For 1/10 Hectare (1000m2) Calibration
Seed Rate = Actual Seed Collected (kg) x 10
Table 7
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Basic Calibration Procedure (Continued)
Use of Seed Rate Calculator
Determining the gear box scale setting using the calculator.
Usually the first calibration test yields a different seed rate. However with the value determined
from the first test it is possible to determine the correct gearbox setting with the aid of the
enclosed disc calculator (Fig 13). The disc calculator consists of 3 scales. An outer white scale
(1) for all seed rates above 30 kg/ha and an inner scale (2) for all seed rates below 30 kg/ha.
On the middle coloured scale (3) are all the gearbox setting numbers to a maximum value of
100.
Fig 13
Setting Example (Desired Seed Rate 125kg/ha)
1
2
3
4
From the calibration procedure at a gearbox lever setting of “70”, a seed rate of 175 kg/ha
is obtained.
Turn the inner disc until the measured seed rate of 175kg/ha (A) is in line with the related
actual gearbox setting of “70”(B) (Fig 13).
Read off from the disc rule the necessary gearbox setting for the required seed rate of
125kg/ha (C). In this example the correct setting is “50” (D) (Fig 13).
To be on the safe side the new gearbox setting can be checked by another calibration test.
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Basic Calibration Procedure (Continued)
Calibration Deviations
Deviations Between the Calibration Test and the Actual Seed Rate
The most frequent cause for changes between the calibration test and the seed rate lies in the
flowing properties of seed during sowing. These changes in properties generally result from
reactions of the dressing agents to temperature, humidity or abrasion. These changes will
become even more obvious when the bottom flaps are incorrectly set. If the setting of these
flaps leaves too large a gap an uncontrollable additional flow of seed can occur during seeding;
especially when assisted by the drill bouncing, a condition not simulated while conducting the
calibration tests. For this reason the basic setting of the bottom flaps should be checked at
regular intervals.
Residues from the seed dressing on the bottom flaps and metering wheels can also influence
the flowing properties of the seed and thus the seed rate. In such cases a balance will occur
only after a period of time and it is recommended to repeat the calibration test to confirm the
seed rate after 2-3 seedbox fillings, nominally when the seed box is half empty. Only then will a
balance occur and the seed rate will stabilise.
Wheel Slip Deviations
It is always possible with rubber tyred drills in extreme ground conditions to get wheel slip. Not
normally a problem with cleated type tyres in good condition, but more so in the arable situation
with the less agressive tread patterns. The result: large differences between the calibration test
and the actual sowing rate, obviously less seed deposited than required. The number of crank
turns indicated below is correct in most circumstances other than those mentioned above.
To check number of crank turns for calibration
Should you require to check this in a practical way proceed as follows:
For an area of 250m2 (1/40 Hectare), the travel distance for your machine is shown below.
Place the crank handle over the hexagonal drive dog on the gearbox. Move the machine
forward over the measured distance, counting the number of turns of the crank handle as you
go. Using this number of crank turns repeat the calibration.
Machine
Travel
Size
Distance (m)
19 Run
89.2
Turns
for 1/40 Sowing
Hectare Width (m)
32.5
2.8
22
Hints for Sowing with Variable Speed
Gearbox
2
The gearbox allows for stepless changes in the speed of
the metering shaft and thus the seed rates. Due to the
variations in seed type and application rates there are two
speed ranges available.
By changing from High Speed to Low Speed the range of
settings and control is dramatically increased.
Change to the Low Speed when the gearbox setting is
down to 10 on the scale and the desired seed rate cannot
be obtained.
To change the speed setting from high to low, remove the
wing nut (1) and chain cover.(2) (Fig 14).
Release the tension on the chain (1) by forcing back
the chain tensioner (2) and hold in place with the crank
handle. Refer Figure 15. Remove the chain from the
21 tooth output sprocket to the 13 tooth sprocket, then
remove the chain from the 13 tooth gearbox sprocket to
the 21 tooth. Check the chain is correctly aligned then
release the chain tensioner. Ensure the tension roller
is correctly aligned with the chain. Replace guard and
calibrate as required.
1
Fig 14
Low Speed Shown
1
21T
2
To Determine the Gearbox Setting after a
Speed Change
For determining the correct gearbox setting after the speed
change, conduct the first test at 50. With the weight of
seed collected find your correct setting with the aid of the
disc calculator, refer Page 19, Fig 13.
13T
Fig 15
3
1
Sowing of Fine Seeds
For sowing fine seeds the Renovator Classic Drill is
equipped as standard with a combined normal and fine
seed “Elite” metering wheel (1). During grain sowing and
other larger varieties of seed both the normal and fine seed
metering wheels are coupled and both rotate. In order to
convert the seed drill to sow fine seed insert the crank handle
and rotate clockwise until the holes (2) of the fine seed
wheel are visible (Fig 16)
Using the tool supplied (1) disengage the the pin inside
the hole so that the normal metering wheel rotates freely
on the metering shaft (Fig 17).
At this time it would be advisable to close any shutter
slides not required for the fine seed sowing.
When seed is to be sown again using the
normal metering wheel press the pin, from the
normal metering wheel side (opposite direction
to before), using the tool, back into the hole of
the fine seed wheel thus reconnecting the drive
between the two.
1
2
Fig 16
1
Fig 17
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Small Seeds
Calibration with Disconnected Agitator Shaft
The fine seed metering wheel used in Duncan Drills is
especially well suited for sowing small seeds such as rape.
Due to the intensive action caused by the agitator the seeds
can adhere to each other, or be damaged, causing irregular
sowing/germination. Therefore it is recommended that
when sowing small seeds, especially oil seeds and thin
shelled seeds, the drive to the agitator is disconnected.
To do this remove the lynch pin (1) (Fig 18).
Fig 18
1
Deviations between the calibrated and actual seed rate can
occur when residual dressing agent sticks to the bottom
flaps and thus slows the flow of seed. Before beginning the
actual calibration test fill the calibration trays by turning the
crank handle at a high speed around the 90 setting on the
gearbox scale. This will cause an immediate buildup of the
dresssing agent on the flaps. Return the contents of the
calibration trays to the seed box and proceed with the actual
calibration. Due to the residue buildup on the flaps your
calibration will now reflect accurately the required seed rate.
It is advisable with small seeds to use the 1/10 hectare
method for your calibration, thus cutting down on weighing
errors.
Note - Remember to reconnect the agitator shaft as required
for other seeds otherwise the consistency of seed rate will be
affected.
Fig 19
Sowing Peas
Peas having the size and shape as illustrated in Fig 19 (e.g.
White Field Peas), can be sown without problems with all
Clough Drills with this type of metering wheel.
The flap should be set to a gap of at least “3” on the flap
setting lever (Page 16, Fig 9).
With these peas it should not be necessary to run the
agitator shaft.
Fig 20
Peas having the size and shape as illustrated in Fig 20 (e.g.
Green or Garden Peas), tend to bridge inside the seedbox
and do not flow freely.
This multi-faceted pea requires agitation for sowing.
Caution - When resetting the metering wheels
on the seeder shaft
Care should be taken when tightening the grub screws
on the fine seed wheel (Page 23, Fig 16, item 3). Adjust the
grubscrew until the movement of the metering wheel just
stops, then tighten no more than 1/8 of a turn.
Do not overtighten as this can result in breakages while
operating and may render the warranty on these units void.
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(Optional) Hectaremeter Settings Setup
Refer to the operation instructions supplied with your hectaremeter
kit for information and operation thereof. (Fig 21).
Computronics 1100 Area Meter Setup for Mk4 Renovator
The H1 value is the distance the machine travels in mm per pulse
detected on the pedestal drive shaft.
This is affected by:- jockey wheel diameter
- if there is wheel slip
- the gear ratio (13T on the jockey axle and 38T on the sensor mainshaft).
Fig 21
Ensure that the jockey wheel is inflated to the recommended pressure. (Page 5)
The H2 value is calculated from the number of rows x row spacing (in metres)
Machine
Row
H1
H2
19 Run
147.5
2750
2.80
H1
H2
It is advisable, as with all things electronic, to have a backup of your totals. We suggest you record
these on a daily basis in a notebook or diary.
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Renovator Classic
Calibration Notes
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Maintenance & Care
General Safety and Accident Prevention Advice
1
Make sure that if the tractor remains attached to the drill
that the ignition key is removed.
2
During maintenance the drill should be supported in such
a manner that if hydraulic failure was to occur the machine
would still be adequately supported.
3
Wear gloves when handling components with cutting
edges such as worn discs etc...
4
Disconnect the electrical supply from the tractor before
doing any electrical maintenance.
5
Refer to safety sections for more safety information.
General Cautionary Maintenance Advice
1
Electric Welding - With the electronic equipment in
modern tractors it is advisable to completely disconnect the
implement from the tractor, or at the very least disconnect
the alternator before attempting any welding.
2
Hydraulics - Ensure hydraulic couplings (male & female)
are clean before connecting. Dirty couplings will result
in hydraulic oil contamination and hydraulic cylinder seal
damage and bore scores. This in turn will result in oil
leakage past the piston seals.
No filter is fitted to the hydraulic system. If hydraulic
fittings and oil supply are not going to be kept clean it is
recommended that a filter be fitted to prevent hydraulic
cylinder damage.
3
Water Blasting - Water blasting, steam cleaning or other
pressurised cleaning processes can force dirt etc. into
undesirable places that may cause damage or rapid part
wear to items such as bearings, seals, chains, bushes etc.
Caution must be exercised.
4
Box set lifting eye profile - these profiles are are provided
for easy removal of the dual boxes from the side frames.
Do not use when boxes are loaded nor to lift machine.
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Maintenance & Care - Lubrication Instructions
Precautions with Grease
Greases should not be mixed as the structure may be weakened by the
mixes of different types of thickener, which may cause softening and loss of
grease from the bearings by running out.
Your new Duncan ‘Renovator Classic’
Seed Drill will give long and efficient
service if given normal care and
maintained properly.
4
3
4
7
2
1
6
8
5
Lubrication Chart
Item
*
Components
Lubricant
Frequency
1
Wheel Bearings
Castrol LMX Grease
Annually
2
Wheel Leg Pivots
Castrol LMX Grease
Weekly
3
Gearbox
Castrol Oil Agri Trans Plus
Maintain Level
4
Drive Chains
Suitable Roller Chain Lubricant
See Maintenance Schedule
5
Disc Arm Castings
Castrol LMX Grease
Daily
6
Disc Opener Fr. Pivots Castrol LMX Grease
Monthly
7
Turnbuckles
Castrol LMX Grease
Monthly
8
Coupling
Castrol LMX Grease
Weekly
The lubrication frequencies are only a guide. Actual frequency will be dependent on extent of use and ground conditions.
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Maintenance & Care - Lubrication Instructions
Daily
Weekly
Pre Season
(or after 20Ha)
(or after 75Ha)
(or 500 Ha)
Disc Openers
●
●
●
Depth Adjustment Collar
●
●
●
Seeders/Agitators/Bottom Flaps
●
●
●
Wheel Nuts
●
●
●
Pivot Pin Fasteners
●
●
Coupling & Safety Chains
●
●
Roller Chains
●
●
Gearbox
●
●
Hydraulics (Oil Leaks)
●
●
Tyre Pressures
●
●
Components
Bolted Connections
●
Maintenance Schedule
(Refer also to Summary Chart, above)
1 Bolted Connections
All bolted connections of the machine should be checked after the first 3 to 5 hours of operation and
retightened if necessary and thereafter at regular intervals. It is suggested that this is done every 500
hectares or annually, whichever occurs first.
2 Gearbox
The oil level in the gearbox can be seen in the oil gauge window. Changing the gearbox oil is
recommended once a year or sooner if the oil is discoloured. For refilling the oil remove the 1/2” BSP
plug on the top face of the gearbox, Castrol Oil Agri Trans Plus or equivalent* should be used.
The total filling capacity is 1.25 litres.
DO NOT OVERFILL.
*Oil Specification to meet the requirements of : SAE 10W-30, API GL-4, Massey Ferguson M1143,
John Deere J20C, J20D, Case MS 1207, Ford/New Holland M2C-134D, M2C-86 A/B/C
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3 Drive Chains
All drive chains (1) (Fig 25) should first be checked
after every 20 hours of operation and thereafter
weekly or after 75Ha of operation as follows:The metering wheels of the seed drill are driven via
roller chains from the drive wheel.
Cleaning of the roller chains is recommended after
long periods of operation. Remove the chain, wash in
kerosene and then dip them in heated grease or oil
or spray them with a suitable commercial roller chain
lubricant.
1
4 Wheel Rocker Pivots
Wheel rocker pivots (4 per machine) must be greased
regularly (weekly or after every 75Ha) to provide
lubrication and flush out any dirt. Refer Fig 26 (1).
1
5. Depth Adjustment Collar
Grease the depth adjustment collar (1) regularly to
ensure it does not seize up. Also check for dirt buildup
around the ram shaft seals to ensure seal damage
does not occur. Refer Fig 27
Fig 25
6. Tyre Pressure
Refer to Dimensions & Capacities Page 5. Check the
tyre pressures regularly to ensure correct pressure is
maintained. Weekly checks are recommended.
7. Disc Openers
Front coulter bearings are sealed and do not require
lubrication. Check discs for any lateral movement
(wobble) on a regular basis. Replace bearings if there
is any noticeable wobble.
There is one grease nipple on each disc opener frame
pivot and disc assembly casting. Frame pivots should
be greased monthly while disc castings should be
greased daily to provide lubrication and to flush out
any dirt.
1
Fig 26
8. Length of Seed/Fertiliser Tubes
These tubes can stretch over a period of time and
require checking at approximately six monthly
intervals. Shorten if necessary to avoid bends which
will restrict the flow of seed/fertiliser.
9 Framework
The framework structure should be inspected annually
for defects, i.e., cracks in members or welded
connections. The framework should be cleaned prior
to the inspection.
1
Fig 27
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Maintenance & Care (Continued)
10 Bottom Flaps (Fig 28)
Im
po
rta
nt
2
!
1
3
4
5
The required seed rate is controlled by both the metering
wheels and the bottom flaps. The seed flows from the seed
box into the metering wheel housings. Inside the metering
wheel housing (1) the seed is caught between the metering
wheel (2) and the bottom flap (3). The metered amount
of seed is transported by the metering wheel to the edge
of the bottom flap where it drops off into the seed guide
tube which leads to the coulter. Varying grain sizes require
the matching of the flap clearance to the different grain
sizes. This matching is done by raising or lowering the
bottom flaps by using the flap adjusting lever on the LH
end of the seed box. If larger foreign particles, e.g. stones
get between the metering wheel and the bottom flap, the
bottom flap can give way downwards. A strong return
spring (4) brings the bottom flap immediately back into the
working position.
The metering system should be checked every 1/2 year
or before any sowing period with an empty seed box
and empty metering housings.
Fig 28
Use the following procedure:
Put the bottom flap setting levers (1) (located on the LH
end of the seed boxes) in position “1” for the front box and
position “1” for the rear box. Refer Fig 29.
By turning the metering wheel shaft by hand check the
flaps are all set to a gap of 0.1 to 0.5mm (refer Fig 28).
To adjust individual flaps use the spring tensioning screw
(5) (Fig 28).
1
Fig 29
Note: Maintenance Schedule (page 30)
Where the frequency is given in terms of use (eg. weekly)
or area covered (eg. 75 Ha) perform the maintenance task
based on whichever occurs first.
Preparing the Machine for Storage.
Locate on a dry level surface. The machine should be stored
wherever possible so the rams are not supporting any weight.
The drive chains should be lubricated with suitable roller chain
lubricant before prolonged periods of storage.
For longer term storage remove seed/fertiliser tubes from the
boot assembly and allow to hang without deformation. Check
tube lengths when replacing.
It is recommended that maintenance be carried out at the end
of the season, giving sufficient time to obtain spare parts and/
or carry out repairs if required.
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Renovator Classic
Problem
Possible Cause
Troubleshooting
Action
Jockey wheel under inflated
Check pressure
Are the hectare meter settings correct? Check settings
Has the calibration procedure been
followed correctly?
Over Sowing
Is the shutter slide open too wide?
5
25
18-22
18-22
Is the flap setting open too wide?
Check settings
18-22
Too larger gap between seeder unit &
bottom flap (should be 0.3mm when on
setting 1)
Check settings
32
Check gap
18
Quadrant Tri-knob coming loose
Under Sowing
Re-calibrate
Refer to Page…
Has the calibration procedure been
followed correctly?
Re-calibrate
18-22
Is the correct gear ratio selected?
Check setting
18, 23
Sowing at shallow depths. Is there
Check and adjust spring
sufficient pressure on the jockey wheel? pressure
Drill not sowing
until quadrant
levers are well
down on the
scale/each box is
sowing at different
rate even when
both set on the
same setting
Drill sowing
deeper on one
side/leaking down
on one side
Tines are moving
Drill not
penetrating into
ground/drill riding
out of ground
The two bolts on the quadrant lever have
come loose
Transfers may not be aligned with each
other
Hydraulic lift rams have not rephased
properly
Dirt in the poppet valve of the ram
Check and reset
53
Rephase rams
34
Clean/replace valve
34
Too much turning with drill in the ground Keep turning to minimum
Operating drill in the float position
Disc openers are keeping the drill from
penetrating into the ground
Do not operate in float
15
Lift discs out of the ground
16
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Commisioning PTE Phasing Cylinders
1. General
(a) PTE cylinders will re-phase in both directions. Each piston is fitted with 2 poppet valves which open at
the end of the stroke to allow oil to bypass the piston. The bypass of oil at the end of the stroke allows for
initial bleeding of the system and re-phasing in operation.
(b) The valve in the piston is a precision device, CLEANLINESS IS OF THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE.
Contamination in the oil will accelerate deterioration of the valve seat. Cylinders will creep once the
integrity of the seating is lost.
2. Bleeding the System
(a) Initial bleeding after connection to the tractor
Purge all air from the system by fully stroking rams in both directions. Allow the oil to flow through the
cylinders with the tractor at an idle for a minimum of 2 minutes at each end of the stroke.
(b) Re-phasing after initial bleeding
After initial bleeding the cylinders will only require occasional re-phasing during operation. This is done by
extending the rams for about 30 seconds or until all cylinders have reached the end of their stroke.
3. Fault Finding
1. Cylinders creeping during operation
There are two primary causes of this:
(i) Air in the hydraulic system
(ii) By passing of the poppet valve.
(a) Check that there is no air in the system. Raise and lower the machine. All cylinders should move
instantaneously, any lag indicates that there is air in the system. Other signs of air in the system are hoses
vibrating/squealing or the control handle shuddering. Re-bleed the system if necessary.
(b) If there is no sign of air in the system and the cylinders still creep, raise the machine off the depth stop
and measure the movement of each cylinder rod.
(c) If both cylinders move at the same rate it is likely to be the control valve/lock out valve that is leaking.
(d) If the slave continues moving after the master cylinder has hit the depth stop it is likely to be the piston
in the master cylinder that is bypassing.
(e) If the slave cylinder extends while the master cylinder retracts it is likely to the the piston in the master
cylinder that is bypassing.
(f) If the master cylinder does not move but the slave does it is likely to be the piston in the slave cylinder
that is bypassing.
(g) If the piston is bypassing it is likely to be contamination in the phasing valve. The cylinder will have to
be dismantled, cleaned and fitted with a new poppet valve.
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Commisioning PTE Phasing Cylinders (continued)
3. Fault Finding (continued)
2. Cylinders moving at different rates
(a) Check that there is no air in the system. Raise and lower the machine; all cylinders should move at the
same time, any lag indicates that there is air in the system. Re-bleed the system if necessary.
(b) Ensure that the cylinders have been connected correctly. The cylinders should be connected in series
so that the bore sizes go down in 1/4” increments. The Rod end port of the master cylinder (3.5” bore) is
connected to the piston end port of the slave cylinder (3.25” bore).
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Maintenance Notes
Parts List
‘Renovator Classic’
Head Office:
P.O. Box 2018
Hilton Highway, Washdyke
Timaru, New Zealand
Telephone (03) 688 2029
Facsimile (03) 688 2821
Australian Branch:
4B Silverton Close
Laverton North 3026
Melbourne, Australia
Telephone (03) 9314-9666
Facsimile (03) 9314-6810
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‘Renovator Classic’
Complete Assembly
12
1
5
11
22
8
2
3
18 - 20
25
6
15
16
26
24
21
17
38
‘Renovator Classic’
Complete Assembly
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
Refer pages 40-43
2
Refer page 44
Wheel Leg
1
3
Refer page 46
Wheel Hydraulics
1
4
Refer page 68
Wiring and Lighting (Optional - not shown)
1
5
Refer page 64
Disc Opener Assembly (Optional)
1
6
Refer page 48
Tine and Boot Assembly
19
7
Refer page 50
Drive Chains (Not shown)
4
8
Refer page 56
Jockey Wheel and Transfer Drive System
1
9
Refer pages 63
Hectaremeter Kit (Optional - Not shown)
1
10
Refer page 54
Seed Box Drive Shafts
2
11
Refer page 55
Gearbox Final Assembly
1
12
Refer page 58
Seedbox Assembly
2
13
Refer page 60
Agitator Drives
2
14
Refer page 61
Agitator Shaft Assembly (Inside Seedbox)
2
15
Refer page 62
Seeder Mechanism
-
16
26623
Footboard Assembly
1
17
22562
Calibration Tray
4
18
25995
Drive Guard
1
19
25730
Jockey Arm Tension Spring
1
20
25723
Jockey Arm Tension Eyebolt
1
21
26575
Footboard Step
1
22
22051
Crank Arm and Handle Assy
1
23
22916
3.0m Weather Skirt (Optional)
2
24
22541
LH Pedestal W/Assy (Dual)
1
25
26562
Drive Pedestal W/Assy
1
26
26599
Calibration Tray Bracket
8
Main Frame and Drawbar Assembly
1
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‘Renovator Classic’
17
7
Mainframe and Drawbar
14, 15
1
2
9
3
23
4
12, 13
5, 6
20, 21
10
16
18
20
24
25 26
8
11
27 28
40
‘Renovator Classic’
Mainframe and Drawbar
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
26512
19R Mainframe
1
2
Refer page 48
Coil Tines & Boots
-
3
26550
Drawbar Assembly
1
4
4800315
Hose Support
1
5
60094
Drawbar Axle
1
6
45285
Roll Pin Ø10
2
7
26570
Centre Hitch Welded Assembly
1
8
26580
Towing Eye Assembly
1
9
26577
LH Support Stay
1
10
26578
RH Support Stay
1
11
43830
Safety Chain Assembly
2
12
45066
M20 x 70 Grade 8.8 Bolt
4
13
45141
M20 Nyloc Nut
6
14
47244
7/8" UNF Bolt x 6.5"
1
15
47548
7/8" UNF Nut
1
16
45181
M8 x 12 S/H Grub Screw
1
17
45075
M20 x 150 Grade 8.8 Bolt
1
18
45042
M16 x 60 Grade 8.8 Bolt
4
19
45140
M16 Nyloc Nut
4
20
45033
M12 x 120 Grade 8.8 Bolt
2
21
45139
M12 Nyloc Nut
3
23
Refer page 70
Jack Stand Kit – Optional
1
24
43007
Grease Nipple
1
25
22262
Clevis Pin Tabbed
1
26
45001s
M10 x 20 S/Screw Grade 8.8 Z/P
1
27
45152
M10 Light Flat Washer
1
28
45166
M10 Spring Washer
1
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‘Renovator Classic’
Mainframe and Drawbar
41, 43
40
42, 43
41, 43
47
44
48
51
46
45
42, 43
49, 50
42
‘Renovator Classic’
Mainframe and Drawbar
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
40
43395
H/D Ratchet Turnbuckle
1
41
47254
Bolt 1" UNF x 5" HT
1
42
47251
Bolt 1" UNF x 3.5" HT
1
43
47552
1" UNF Nyloc Nut
2
44
43852
Hydraulic Cylinder
1
45
26723
Hydraulic Hose 2.80m
1
46
26724
Hydraulic Hose 2.50m
1
47
43496
3/4” UNO to 3/8”BSPT Elbow
1
48
43393
3/8” BSP S/S Ball Valve
1
49
43147
1/2” BSP Quick Release Coupling
2
50
43617
Dust Cover
2
51
43280
3/4” UNO to 3/8” BSPM Nipple
1
Note:Drawbar hydraulic parts (41-51) can be purchased as a kit, part number 26720K.
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‘Renovator Classic’
Wheel Rocker System
1
3
2
15
16
19
23, 24
20, 21, 22
19
9
10
4
5
12
6
7
14
11
8
44
13
‘Renovator Classic’
Wheel Rocker System
ITEM
PART No.
1
62013
LH Wheel Rocker Welded Assy
1
2
62014
RH Wheel Rocker Welded Assy
1
3
26585
Rocker Pivot Assy
4
4
43596
ADR M16-1.5P x45 Hub Stud
10
5
43597
ADR M16-1.5P Wheel Nut
10
6
43598
ADR M27-1.5P Castle Nut
2
7
43599
ADR 62mm Hub Cap
2
8
43600
ADR Hub MkII
2
9
26620
ADR MkII Stub Axle (Welded to Wheel Rockers)
2
10
43976
Seal Kit
2
11
43421
30209 J2 Inner Bearing
2
12
10282
30206 J2 Outer Bearing
2
13
45303
3.5 Diameter x 40 Long Cotter Pin
2
Trash Shield (part of item 10)
2
14
DESCRIPTION
QTY
15
43836
Mk 2 ADR Hub and Stub Assembly Complete (Items 4-14)
2
16
43833
Wheel 10/80-12
2
17
26592
Rocker Shaft Plug (Not Shown)
4
18
62028
LH Wheel Scraper Assy
1
19
62029
RH Wheel Scraper Assy
1
20
45437
M12x 50 Bolt
4
21
45139
M12 Nyloc Nut
4
22
45153
M12 Light Flat Washer
4
23
45042
M16 x 60Grade 8.8 Bolt
16
24
45140
M16 Nyloc Nut
16
25
43120
M8 x 1.25 Pitch Grease Nipple x 90 degree (Not Shown)
4
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‘Renovator Classic’
Wheel Rocker Hydraulics
3
6
2
15
15
Slave
Cylinder
5
1
Master
Cylinder
7
4
13, 14
4
8
10
17
19
9
21, 22
10
5
18
12
9
11
16
20
46
‘Renovator Classic’
Wheel Rocker Hydraulics
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
26702
3.5” x 6.5” Master Rephasing Cylinder (Includes pin)
1
2
26703
3.25” x 6.5” Slave Rephasing Cylinder (Includes pin)
1
3
43848
Stroke Limiting Collar 7/8” (where fitted)
1
4
60866
Hydraulic Hose, 2.70m
1
5
26713
Hydraulic Hose, 2.33m
1
6
26714
Hydraulic Hose, 2.80m
1
7
26715
Hydraulic Hose, 5.30m
1
8
43028
3/8" Flow Control
1
9
43391
3/8" Dowty Washer
3
10
43392
3/8" BSPP Male Nipple
2
11
43393
3/8” BSP S/S Ball Valve
1
12
60856
Hydraulic Valve Support Assy
1
13
43147
1/2” BSP Quick Release Coupling
2
14
43617
Dust Cover
2
15
43280
3/4” UNO to 3/8” BSP Nipple
4
16
45033
M12 x 120 Bolt
1
17
45139
M12 Nyloc Nut
1
18
44957
M6 X 50 Bolt
2
19
45136
M6 Nyloc Nut
2
20
22262
Clevis Pin Assembly
2
21
45418s
M10 x 25 Set Screw
2
22
45166
M10 Spring Washer
2
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‘Renovator Classic’
Tine and Boot Assembly
11
12
10
1
Left Hand
Tine Shown
7
5
6
2
9
8
13
14
3
9
4
48
‘Renovator Classic’
Tine and Boot Assembly
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
21413
LH Coil Tine
10
1
21414
RH Coil Tine
19
2
26848
LH Inverted Tee Clamp
19
3
25615
RH Inverted Tee Clamp
19
4
26849
Cast Inverted Tee Point
19
5
25608
Fertilizer Tube, Standard (dual box)
13
6
25613
Fertilizer Tube, Angle (dual box)
6
7
45010
M10 x 65 Bolt, Class 8.8
38
8
45003
M10 x 30 Bolt, Class 8.8
38
9
45138
M10 Nyloc Nut
76
10
21691
Tine Clamp Casting
38
11
45466
M16 x 80 (4.6) Zinc Plated Bolt
38
12
21690
75 x 75 RHS Clamp Plate
19
13
45413
M8 x 35 Bolt (dual box)
19
14
45137
M8 Nyloc Nut (dual box)
19
15
43691
Feed Hose 38mm
16
43500
Cray Clip 47-49mm (fitted to top of hose not shown)
per mtr
19
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‘Renovator Classic’
Drive Chains Dual Box
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
25724
13 T Sprocket 1/2” P x 20mm Bore
1
2
22466
1/2” BS Chain x 55 Links (Transfer Shaft to Gearbox input)
1
3
22537
25 T Sprocket 1/2” P x 20mm Bore
2
4
22044
15 T Sprocket 1/2” P x 20mm Bore
2
5
26350
13T/21T Change Sprocket
1
6
25780
1/2” BS Chain x 47 Links (Gearbox to Boxshaft)
2
7
25742
38 T Sprocket 1/2” P x 25mm Bore
1
8
26352
13T/21T Crank Sprocket
1
9
24103
1/2” BS Chain x 61 Links (Jockey Wheel Drive)
1
10
22294
Sprocket Key (6 x 6 x 25)
8
11
45180
M8 x 10 Socket Head Grub Screw
14
12
45181
M8 x 12 Socket Head Grub Screw
2
13
43388
1/2” Pitch Joining Link
4
14
Refer page 54
Front Chain Tensioner Box Shaft
1
15
Refer page 52
Chain Tensioner Transfer Drive
1
16
Refer page 54
Rear Chain Tensioner Box Shaft
1
17
Refer page 53
Chain Tensioner Jockey Wheel Drive
1
5, 10, 11
4, 10, 11
4, 10, 11
6, 13
6, 13
3, 10, 11
3, 10, 11
16
14
1, 10, 11
15
2, 13
7, 10, 12
8, 10, 11
9, 13
17
50
‘Renovator Classic’ Box Shaft Chain Tensioners
ITEM
PART No.
1
22535
Nylon Roller
2
2
22480
Arm Assembly, RH
2
3
22522
Torsion Spring, LH
1
4
22523
Torsion Spring, RH
1
5
23376
Chain Tensioner Anchor
2
6
45132
M16 Hex Nut
2
7
45462
M16 x 60 Bolt
2
5
4
DESCRIPTION
2
QTY
7
1
6
2
3
6
1
7
5
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‘Renovator Classic’ Transfer Drive Chain Tensioners
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
22535
Nylon Roller
1
2
25984
Arm Assembly, RH, 60 Extension
1
3
22523
Torsion Spring, RH
1
4
45132
M16 Hex Nut
1
5
45461
M16 x 55 Bolt (Dual Box)
1
2
3
1
4
5
52
‘Renovator Classic’ Jockey Drive Chain Tensioners
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
1
22535
Nylon Roller
1
2
23373
Short Arm Assembly, LH
1
3
22523
Torsion Spring, RH
1
4
23376
Chain Tensioner Anchor
1
5
45119
M16 Half Nut
1
6
45462
M16 x 60 Bolt
1
3
5
QTY
6
2
4
1
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‘Renovator Classic’ Seed Box Drive Shafts
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
1
22537
Sprocket, 25T x 1/2” Pitch
2
22294
Key, Sprocket 6 x 6 x 25
1
3
25758
Shaft, Box Drive
1
4
43385
“Y” Bearing
2
5
43387
Housing, Bearing, Press Steel (2 Flanges = 1 Housing)
2
6
45411S
Set Screw, M8 x 20, Zinc Plate
4
7
45137
Nut, M8, Nylock
4
8
45181
Grubscrew, M8 x 12, Socket Head
2
9
45151
M8 Light Flat Washer
8
8
4
1
QTY
2
1
3
7
7
6
9
5
7
54
9
4
5
6
‘Renovator Classic’ Gearbox
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
1
25756
Gearbox Sub-Assembly
1
2
22036
Quadrant, Speed Adjusting
2
3
25754
Lever, Front, Speed Adjusting
1
4
25755
Lever, Rear, Speed Adjusting
1
5
43366
Tri-Knob, M8, Tapped Centre
2
6
47031
Bolt, Coach, M8 x 40 Cup Head, Class 4.6, Zinc Plated
2
7
45151
Washer, Flat, M8, Light
2
8
22041
Label, Front Box Speed Indicator (black writing on yellow background)
1
9
22042
Label, Rear Box Speed Indicator (yellow writing on black background)
1
10
44992s
Set Screw M8 x 20 Grade 8.8 Zinc Plate
2
11
44993s
SetScrew M8 x 25 Grade 8.8 Zinc Plate
6
12
45157
Washer, Flat, M8, Heavy Duty, Zinc Plate
2
13
45137
Nut, M8 Nyloc
8
14
25762
Gearbox Final Assembly (Includes items 1 to 13)
1
15
26359
13T/21T 1/2”P Change Sprocket (not illustrated)
1
16
22294
Sprocket Key (not illustrated)
1
17
45180
Grub Screw, M8 x 10 Socket Head (not illustrated)
2
2
QTY
1
12
13
10
2
11
8
7
9
5
3
11
10
6
11
11
4
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‘Renovator Classic’
11
13
8
8
16
1
13
Jockey Wheel Drive
11
10
11
2
25
27 28
26
5
10
6
4
27 28
21
31
20
29
19
30
17
9
12
25
32
7
4
3
22
23
24
18
33
9
56
14
15
‘Renovator Classic’
Jockey Wheel Drive
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
25742
38T 1/2” P (25mm Bore) Sprocket
1
2
26352
13T/21T 1/2”P Crank Sprocket
1
3
25724
13T 1/2” P (20mm Bore) Sprocket
1
4
22294
6 x 6 x 25 Sprocket Key
3
5
26569
Drive Pedestal Shaft, Transfer
1
6
26568
Hexagonal Drive Shaft
1
7
25744
Jockey Wheel and Axle Assembly
1
8
43036
Drive Pedestal Transfer Shaft Bearing
2
9
17127
Jockey Wheel Axle Bearing
2
10
43386
“Y” Bearing
2
11
30359
3 Bolt Bearing Housing, PF52, (2 Flanges = 1 Housing)
2
12
25726
Jockey Drive Axle Spacer (where fitted)
1
13
25725
Jockey Arm Pivot Spacer
2
14
25739
Jockey Axle Inner Spacer
1
15
25727
Jockey Axle Outer Spacer (Loctite in place when fitted)
1
16
25729
Jockey Arm Pivot Outer Spacer (Loctite in place when fitted)
1
17
25735
Jockey Wheel Arm
1
18
25746
Jockey Drive Swing Guard
1
19
26567
Sensor Mount Bracket
1
20
43403
Sensor
1
21
43404
Magnet and Clamp
1
22
45401S
M6 x 16, Z/P Set Screw
2
23
45164
M6, Z/P Spring Washer
2
24
45156
M6, H/D Z/P Flat Washer
2
25
45180
M8 x 10 Socket Head Grubscrew
4
26
45181
M8 x 12 Socket Head Grubscrew
2
27
45411S
Set Screw, M8 x 20 Class 4.6, Zinc Plated
6
28
45137
M8, Nyloc Nut
6
29
45417S
M10 x 20 Class 4.6, Z/P Set Screw
1
30
45152
M10 Light Flat Washer
1
31
45138
M10 Nyloc Nut
1
32
47625
M16 Bellevilles Disc Washer
1
33
45140
M16 Nyloc Nut
1
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‘Renovator Classic’
Dual Seedbox Assembly
3
41
15
1, 2
1, 2
15
5
25, 33, 35
26, 43
7, 27, 21
4
26, 43
30
8
21
27
9
31
33
25
36
36
33
25
14, 29
25, 41, 42
13, 29
26, 43
37, 40
38, 40
17, 21 ,28
25, 30, 33, 35
6
Lid Hinge Detail
12
24
Location Tab Detail
15
20
21
28
39
10
23
18
32
25, 36
Gearbox not illustrated
for clarity
58
21
22
28
11
23
25, 33, 36
Refer Page 60
Latch Rod Detail
‘Renovator Classic’
ITEM
PART No.
1
26642
Dual Seedbox Assembly
DESCRIPTION
QTY
Combi Box Only (No Lid)
1
2
26646
Combi Box with Lid
2
3
257875
Box Lid Only
2
4
Refer page 62
Seeder Assembly
38
5
25812
Box Shaft (20mm)
2
6
22530
Flap Shaft (18mm)
2
7
10143
Front Box Quadrant Plate
1
8
10158
Rear Box Reverse Quadrant Plate
1
9
14442
Rubber Body Plug
28
10
22487
Latch Rod Assembly
2
11
22490
Hinge Assembly
6
12
22491
Hinge Pin
6
13
25708
Front Flap Handle Assembly
1
14
25709
Rear Flap Handle Assembly
1
15
22568
Location Tab (Calibration Tray)
4
16
47615
M6 x 40 Bolt S/Steel
8
17
22855
Agitator Access Blanking Plate
2
18
43373
Black Edge Trim 2.5m
2
19
22419
Box Shaft Connecting Sleeve
4
20
45122
M6 Class 8.8 Zinc Plated Hex Nut
4
21
45136
M6 Nylock Nut
36
22
45150
M6 Zinc Plated Light Flat Washer
12
23
45368
M10 Starlock Fixing Washer
4
24
27599
Hinge Pin Spring Clip
6
25
45139
M12 Nylock Nut
24
26
45702
4.8 x 9.5 Monel Pop Rivet
8
27
45758
M6 x 16 Zinc Plated Countersunk Posidrive Screw
4
28
45908
M6 x 16 Zinc Plated Pan Head Machine Screw
20
29
45186
M10 x 12 Socket Head Grubscrew
4
30
22485P
Box Set Lifting Eye Profile
2
31
25759
Box Set Mounting Bracket LH
1
32
25760
Box Set Mounting Bracket RH
1
33
45153
M12 Zinc Plated Light Flat Washer
32
35
45435S
M12 x 40 Set Screw
4
36
45433S
M12 x 30 Set Screw
12
37
22445
Front Agitator Drive Assembly (Refer Page 62)
1
38
22446
Rear Agitator Drive Assembly (Refer Page 62)
1
39
45907
M6 x 12 Pan Head Pozi Drive Screw M/C
12
40
Refer page 61
Agitator parts
2
41
43737
Renovator Classic Transfer
2
41
45434
M12 x 35 Bolt
2
42
45159
M12 H/D Flat Washer
2
43
43430
Lashing Hook
4
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‘Renovator Classic’
Agitator Drives
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
1
22446
Agitator Drive Rear Housing complete with internals
1
2
22414
Rear Housing only
1
3
22445
Agitator Drive Front Housing complete with internals
1
4
22415
Front Housing only
1
5
22418
3/8” Pitch x 20mm Bore 21T Sprocket
2
6
22422
3/8” Pitch x 20mm Bore 15T Sprocket
2
7
22417
3/8” Pitch x 33 Link BS Chain
2
8
43396
3/8” Pitch Joiner Link
2
9
44968
M8 x 60 Class 8.8 Zinc Plated Bolt
2
10
44965
M8 x 45 Class 8.8 Zinc Plated Bolt
2
11
45137
M8 Nylock Nut
4
12
22425
Agitator Shaft Extension
2
13
22426
Seed Shaft Extension
2
14
43428
Nylon Bush
6
15
22416
Agitator Drive Spacer
2
16
22419
Box Shaft Connecting Sleeve
2
17
22420
Agitator Shaft Joining Collar
2
18
45180SS
M8 x 10 Stainless Steel Socket Head Grub Screw
4
19
44956SS
M6 x 40 Bolt S/Steel
4
20
45136SS
M6 Nyloc Nut S/Steel
4
21
45150SS
M6 Light Flat Washer
4
3
14
QTY
9 11
15
7
5
12
17
18
20
21
4
16
19
Rear assembly shown exploded
1
13
6
2
14
60
10 11
‘Renovator Classic’
Agitator Shaft Assembly
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
62048
Agitator Shaft Assembly
1
2
22420
16mm Agitator Joining Collar
2
3
22423
Agitator Shaft Support RH (Short)
2
4
22424
Agitator Shaft Support LH (Long)
2
5
22428
Agitator Shaft Support Cap
2
6
43442
5/8” Lurethane Wiper Seal
4
7
45185SS
M10 x 10 Stainless Steel Sockept Head Grubscrew
4
8
45410SSS
M8 x 16 Grade 316 Stainless Steel Set Screw
4
9
45137SS
M8 Grade 316 Stainless Steel Nylock Nut
4
10
47600
M30 ISO Fine Zinc Plated Hex Lock Nut
4
Drive End
Centre Bearing
8
10
2
7
6
4
Plain End
10
3
6
1
5
9
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‘Renovator Classic’
Seeder Mechanism
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
43375
Metering Housing
1 per run
2
43376
Shutter Slide
1 per run
3
43377
Seed Metering Wheel Assembly (Includes item 4)
1 per run
4
43374
Fine Seed Wheel (For Spares Ordering Only)
5
43378
Bottom Flap & Bolt Assembly
1 per run
6
22550
Seeder Extension Funnel
1 per run
7
22551
Seed Diverter
1 per run
8
22548
Spring Clip, S/S
1 per run
9
43379
Seed Shaft Guide Bearing
6
10
43380
Guide Bearing Tension Spring
6
11
43382
Metering Wheel Clutch Hook
1
12
43383
Seed Rate Disc Calculator
1
13
43362
Fine Seed Wheel Brush (Optional Extra)
-
-
2
8
3
9
9
2
1
4
3
8
1
7
10
5
6
7
6
12
11
62
10
‘Renovator Classic’
(Optional) Hectaremeter Kit
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
43409
Hectaremeter Kit, (Includes items 2 to 7)
1
2
43400
Hectaremeter
1
3
43408
Manual, Hectaremeter
1
4
43404
Magnet and Clamp
1
5
43403
Sensor
1
6
43453
Hectaremeter Cable
1
7
43461
Cable, Recharging
1
8
43455
Electronic Scales
1
9
43456
Calculator
1
10
43457
Sealtop Plastic Container
1
2
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‘Renovator Classic’
(Optional) Disc Opener
32 33
2
3
4
5
3
6
7
4
8
9
10
15
18
8
19
14
11
12
20
17
26
27
28
21
8
29
22
23
24
25
30
64
‘Renovator Classic’
(Optional) Disc Opener
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
C/RCDO
Disc Opener Complete
1
2
62040
Disc Opener Frame
1
3
45051
M16 X 130 Class 8.8 Bolt
24
4
21690
Clamp Plate
12
5
25562
Disc Opener Frame Support Welded Assy
2
6
21245
Pivot Pin Assy
2
7
45001s
M10 x 20 Class 8.8 Set Screw
2
8
45138
M10 Nyloc Nut
108
9
60460
Mounting Bracket
10
10
45140
M16 Nyloc Nut
24
11
21244
Double Pivot Pin Assembly
10
12
45004
M10 x 35 Class 8.8 Bolt
10
13
60455
Double Disc Assembly
9
14
60459
Double Axle Arm Welded Assy
9
15
60452
Single Disc Assembly LH
1
16
60456
Single Axle Arm Welded Assy
1
17
43118
Grease Nipple Straight
10
18
26310
T Bolt Spring Rod
10
19
60294
Disc Opener Spring
10
20
45141
M20 Nyloc Nut
10
21
45650
Seal
19
22
60466
Housing
19
23
45652
Bearing
19
24
60469
Bearing Retainer (Outer Race)
19
25
60444
Bearing Retainer (Inner Race)
19
26
45662
M10 x 30 CSK Screw
19
27
45653
O Ring Seal
19
28
22035
Fluted Disc 318mm Dia.
19
29
45002s
M10 x 25 Class 8.8 Set Screw
114
30
60468
Cover Plate Stainless Steel
19
31
43395
H/D Ratchet Turnbuckle
1
32
47254
Bolt 1” UNF x 5” HT
2
33
47552
1” UNF Nyloc Nut
4
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(Optional) Disc Opener
7
1
4
7
3
2
5
12
2
8
3
13
9
11
10
66
6
5
6
‘Renovator Classic’
(Optional) Disc Opener
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
45655
Hydraulic Cylinder
1
2
60874
Hydraulic Hose 2.70m
1
3
26695
Hydraulic Hose 0.60m
1
4
26696
Hydraulic Hose 3.5m
1
5
43147
1/2” BSP Quick Release Coupling
2
6
43617
Dust Cover
2
7
43280
3/4” UNO to 3/8” BPSM Nipple
2
8
43393
3/8” BSP S/S Ball Valve
1
9
60856
Hydraulic Valve Support Assembly
1
10
45035
M12 x 140 Grade 8.8 Bolt
1
11
45139
M12 Nyloc Nut
1
12
44957
M6 x 50 Bolt
2
13
45136
M6 Nyloc Nut
2
14
47254
1.0 UNF X 5.0" HT Bolt
2
15
47552
1.0"UNF Nyloc Nut
2
NOTE: Items 1 to 13 may be ordered as a kit. Part number 60076K
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‘Renovator Classic’
Note both lights viewed from lens side
RH Light Fitting Outline, P/N 43435
Divider
(Optional) Wiring & Lighting
Marker Light Fitting
Outline, Viewed
from lens side
Solder
Passage of wires
through light fittings
back plates and
lamp mounting
bracket
Cable Colour Key
Yellow
White
Green
Red
Brown
Marker Light Fitting
Outline, Viewed from lens
side
Cable Entry from LH Light
Y
W
G
R
Br
Fixing holes for markerlight to RH
light fitting
Cable Entry from Connector
Plug, through 6A Grommet and
new hole
Passage of wires through light
fittings back plates and lamp
mounting bracket
Divider
LH Light Fitting Outline
Solder
Fixing holes for
markerlight to
LH light fitting
Divider
6
Lighting supply
cable (End Details)
P/N 22960
5
5 mm Ensure outer casing of
cable protrudes past cable
clampby at least 5 mm
Cable Entry From
RH Light
Terminals viewed from
direction of cable entry
Slide rubber sleeve
along cable before
starting to wire up
terminals
Seven Pole Plug
P/N 43437
68
Cable
Colour
Terminal
Number
Yellow
White
Green
Red
Brown
1
3
4
6
7
‘Renovator Classic’
(Optional) Wiring & Lighting
ITEM
PART No.
DESCRIPTION
QTY
1
25913K
Complete Lamp Kit, 15 Run
1
2
25915K
Complete Lamp Kit, 19 Run
1
3
24228
Lamp Bracket Assembly L.H.
1
4
24227
Lamp Bracket Assembly R.H.
1
5
43435
Combination Rear Lamp
2
6
43436
Marker Lamp
2
7
43438
Flex, 5 Core Trailer (15 Run x 9.3m, 19 Run x 10.0m)
1
8
43443
Wire, Appliance, White 1mm x 1m
1
9
43444
Wire, Appliance, Brown 1mm x 1m
1
10
45136
Nut, Nyloc, M6
4
11
45137
Nut, M8 Nylock
4
12
45399
Bolt, M8 x 30 Class 4.6 Zinc Plated
4
13
45403S
14
45860
Set Screw, M6 x 25
4
Screw, No. 12 x 3/4” Pan PZ Zinc Plated Self Tapping
4
15
Bulb, 5W Festoon 15 x 44mm
4
16
Bulb, 21W Festoon 15 x 44mm
4
RH Side
LH Side
8
9
16
15
10
16
16
10
16
15
9
8
5
5
4
3
13
15
14
14
7
11, 12
13
15
7
6
11, 12
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Optional Extras
2
5
4
3
9 or 14
8 or 13
1
70
‘Renovator Classic’
DESCRIPTION
Optional Extras
ITEM
PART No.
QTY
1
26795
Rear Tow Hitch Assembly
26852k
Harrow Transport Kit (Items 2 to 3)
2
26003
Harrow Transport Support Assembly
4
3
19199
Shaft Locking Pin
4
26850k
Jack Stand Kit (Items 4 to 7)
4
26809
Jack Support Bracket
1
5
31478
Jack
1
6
45034
M12x130mm Grade 8.8 Bolt (Not shown)
2
7
45139
M12 Nyloc Nut (Not shown)
2
26856k
Baffle Extension Kit (Items 8 to 12)
8
26855
Box Baffle Extension (Seeder Centre)
1
9
24250
Box Baffle Extension
2
10
45410S
M8x16 Bolt (Not shown)
9
11
45137
M8 Nyloc (Not shown)
9
12
45151
M8 Light Flat Washer (Not shown)
12
1
1 kit/box
26856SSk
Baffle Extension Kit Stainless (Items 13 to 17)
1 kit/box
13
26855SS
Box Baffle Extension SS (Seeder Centre)
1
14
24250SS
Box Baffle Extension SS
2
15
45410SSS
M8x16 Stainless Steel Bolt (Not shown)
9
16
45137SS
M8 Stainless Steel Nyloc (Not shown)
9
17
45151SS
M8 SS Light Flat Washer (Not shown)
12
18
26858k
Optical Seed Level Indicator
1
18
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