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6.0HP DIESEL PLATE COMPACTOR
CT0567
ORIGINAL MANUAL
Cannon Tools Limited
Address: 20 Station Road, Rowley Regis, West Midlands, B65 0JU.U.K.
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We CANNON TOOLS LTD
20 Station road, Rowley Regis, West Midlands,B65 0JU.U.K.
Declare that the following machine complies with the appropriate basic safety
and health requirements of the EC Directive based on its design and type, as
brought into circulation by us.
In case of alteration of the machine, not agreed upon by us, this declaration
will lose its validity.
Product description: 6.0HP DIESEL PLATE COMPACTOR
Model: CT0567
Applicable EC Directives:
EC Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Harmonized standards
EN 500-1, EN 500-4, EN ISO 12100
20 Station Road, Rowley Regis, West Midlands, B65 0JU.U.K.
Mr. Gurcharan Tony Singh Sanghera
Managing Director
CANNON TOOLS LTD
2016-12-21
CONTENTS
APPLICATIONS
Introduction ……………………………………………….…1
Applications ……………………………..……….………….1
Trench compaction
Earthworks
Functions and controls……………………..………………1
Road maintenance
Landscaping
Accessories………………………………………………….1
Brickpaving
Driveway topping
Hazards and risks………………………………………...1-3
FUNCTIONS AND CONTROLS
Operation ………………………………………………....3-4
Care and preventive maintenance…………………….. 5-6
Specification ……………………………………….…..…7-8
The motor is controlled by an ON/OFF switch or
Transportation…………………………………………….…8
push button is mounted on the motor below the
Trouble shooting………………………….…………..……..9
fuel tank.
Warranty …………………………………………….……..10
Maintenance Record ………………………………..……10
Tension of the drive belt is adjustable, loosen the
four nuts on the bolts which secure the motor to
the base plate. Adjust the set screws which bear
INTRODUCTION
Thanks for your selection of this equipment. We have taken
care in the design, manufacture and testing of the product. It
is covered by a six month warranty. Should service or spare
parts be required, prompt and efficient service is available
against the motor crankcase to achieve the
required belt tension. Ensure that the four nuts and
the set screw locknuts are tightened after
adjustment.
from our company or our agent.
ACCESSORIES
General safety instruction for the operation of power
equipment
The goal of our company is to produce power equipment that
Accessories
helps the operator work safely and efficiently. The most
Trolley wheel - for easy
important safety device for this or any tool is the operator.
transportation.
Care and good judgement are the best protection against
Extension Plate
injury. All possible hazards cannot be covered here, but we
have tried to highlight some of the important items,
individuals should look for and obey caution, warning and
danger signs placed on equipment, and displayed in the
Heavy duty industrial
throttle control
workplace. Operators should read and follow safety
instruction packed with each product.
Learn how each machine works. Even if you have previously
used similar machines, carefully check out each machine
before you use it. Get the “feel” of it and know it’s capabilities,
limitations, potential hazards, how it operates, and how it
stops.
HAZARDS AND RISKS
NEVER allow any person to operate the machine without adequate instruction.
ENSURE all operators read, understand and follow the operating instructions.
SERIOUS INJURY could result from improper or careless use of this machine.
Plate compactors are heavy units and should be positioned by two people of appropriate strength. Using the lifting
handles provided on the machine, along with correct lifting techniques.
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! MECHANICAL HAZARDS
DO NOT operate the machine unless all protective guards are in place.
KEEP handles and feet clear of rotating and moving parts as they will cause injury if contacted.
ENSURE that the motor operation switch is in the OFF position and the spark plug ignition lead is disconnected before
removing the guards or making adjustments.
ENSURE both the machine and the operator are stable by setting up on level terrain and the machine will not tip over,
slide of fall while in operation or unattended.
DO NOT leave the machine in operation while it is unattended.
ENSURE that the walls of a trench are stable and will not collapse due to the action of the vibration, prior to commencing
compaction.
ENSURE that the area to be compacted does not contain any “live” electrical cables, gas, water or communication
services which may be damaged by the action of vibration.
EXERCISE CARE when operating unit. Exposure to vibration or repetitive work actions may be harmful to hands and
arms.
NEVER stand on the unit while it is operating.
DO NOT increase the governed no-load motor speed above 3,500 r/min. Any increase may result in personal injury and
damage to the machine.
BE CAREFUL not to come in contact with the muffler when the engine is hot, since it can cause severe burns.
ENSURE that the repairs to the motor and machine are carried out by COMPETENT personnel.
! FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARDS
PETROL is extremely flammable and explosive under certain conditions.
ENSURE that the petrol is only stored in an approved storage container.
DO NOT refuel the motor while it is in operation or hot.
DO NOT refuel the motor in the vicinity of sparks, a naked flame or a person smoking.
DO NOT over fill the fuel tank and avoid spilling petrol when refueling. Spilled petrol or petrol vapour may ignite. If
spillage occurs, ensure that the area is dry before starting the motor.
ENSURE that the fuel tank cap is securely fitted after refueling.
! CHEMICAL HAZARDS
DO NOT operate or refuel a petrol or diesel motor in a confined area without adequate ventilation.
CARBON MONOXIDE exhaust gases from internal combustion motor driven units can cause death in confined spaces.
! NOISE HAZARDS
EXCESSIVE NOISE can lead to temporary or permanent loss of hearing.
WEAR an approved hearing protection device to limit noise exposure. As required by Occupational Health and Safety
regulations.
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PROTECTIVE CLOTHING
ALWAYS wear approved hearing protection when working in a confined work space. Protective goggles and a dust mask
should be worn when working in a dusty environment. Protective clothing and footwear may also be desirable when
working with hot mix bitumen.
! ADDITIONAL HAZARDS
Slip/Trip/Fall is a major cause of serious injury or death. Beware of uneven or slippery work surfaces.
Exercise care when working in the vicinity of unprotected holes or excavations.
OPERATION
Pre-start-up inspection
The following Pre-start-up inspection must be performed before the start of each work session or after every four hours of
use, whichever is first.. If any fault is discovered, the compactor must not be used until the fault is rectified.
Thoroughly inspect the compactor for signs of damage. Check components are present and secure. Pay special attention
to the belt drive safety guard fitted between the engine and the vibrator unit.
2. Check the engine oil level and top up as necessary.
3. Check the engine fuel level and top up as necessary.
4. Check for fuel and oil leaks
Start and stop Procedure
decompression lever
Diesel Engine
1.
Open the fuel cock.
2.
Turn the governor lever to “STARTING”
fuel cock
position.
3.
Hold the recoil starter handle.
4.
Pull the starter handle until you feel the
resistance, then return handle slowly.
regulator
5.
Press the decompression lever to
handle
“Non-compression” position. The lever will
return back automatically after the engine started.
6.
Hold the recoil starter handle with two hands and pull it hardly.
7.
It is difficult to start the engine at cold weather. Remove the rubber plug on the cylinder head and fill about 2CC engine
8.
Concerning the electric starting engine, open the fuel cock, turn the governor lever to “starting” position, turn the
oil before starting.
electric staring key clockwise to “starting” position, release the electric starting key after the engine is started. If the
engine could not start after the starting motor ran ten seconds, start it again after 15 seconds.(Run the starting motor
for long time will cost the battery power greatly even burn out the motor.)
9.
To stop the engine, set the governor lever to the low speed position, then run the engine at zero load five minutes.
10. Set the governor lever to the “STOP” position. Do not stop the engine with the decompression lever.
11. Set the fuel cock the “OFF” position.
12. Pull the recoil starter handles slowly, until you feel resistance. (At this point, the decompression just begins and
intake/exhaust valves are both closed, thus the cylinder can be prevented from rust.)
13. Concerning the electric starting engine, directly turn the starting key to “CLOSE” position.
Petrol Engine
1.
Open the fuel tap by moving the fuel ON/OFF lever fully to the right.
2.
If starting the engine from cold, set the choke ON by moving the choke lever fully to the left. If restarting a warm
engine, the choke is usually not required. However, if the engine has cooled to a degree, partial choke may be
required.
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3.
Turn the engine ON/OFF switch clockwise to the “1” position.
4.
Set the throttle to the idle position by moving the throttle lever fully to the right.
Do not start the engine on full throttle, as the compactor will vibrate as soon as
the engine starts.
5.
Taking a firm hold of the control handle with one hand, grasp the recoil starter
handle with the other. Pull the recoil starter until engine resistance is felt, then
let starter return.
6.
Taking care not to pull the starter’s cope fully out, pull the starter handle briskly.
7.
Repeat until the engine fires.
8.
Once the engine fires gradually, set the choke lever to the OFF position by
moving it to the right.
9.
If the engine fails to fire after several attempts, follow the trouble-shooting guide on page 9.
10. To stop the engine, set the throttle to idle and turn the engine ON /OFF switch anticlockwise to the “0” position.
11. Turn the fuel off.
The machine is best suited to the compaction of bituminous and granular materials e.g. granular soils such as silt and
clay are best compacted using the impact force produced by a vibrating rammer.
Where possible the site should be graded and leveled before commencing compaction.
Correct moisture content in soil is vital to proper compaction. Water acts as a lubricant to help slide soil particles together.
Too little moisture means inadequate compaction; too much moisture leaves water-filled voids that weaken the soil’s
load-bearing ability.
Compaction of dry materials will be facilitated by moistening with a water hose fitted with a sprinkler.
Excessive watering or water content will cause the machine to stall.
The optional water tank kit is recommended when the machine is used on bituminous surfaces as the water film prevents
a build up of material on the underside of the plate.
Use unleaded grade petrol and ensure that the fuel is free from contamination.
The vibratory motion provides a self propelling action. Position the handle at the opposite end of the machine to the
vibrator.
For more information on starting and correct operating procedures of the motor, refer to the motor operation manual
supplied with the unit.
Increase the motor speed to the maximum setting using the hand throttle lever, before commencing compacting.
The machine should be controlled by grasping the handle with both hands and applying restraint to control the forward
motion.
Steer the machine by moving the handle sideways to the right or left.
ALWAYS maintain good footing so that you do not slip and loose control when starting or operating the machine.
If the optional water tank is fitted, the flow rate can be controlled by adjusting the cock in the supply hose to sprinkler bar.
Inspect the water hose and its connections to ensure that they do not leak.
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CARE AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
Check the oil level in the motor crankcase daily.
Inspect the rubber anti vibration mounts for wear or deterioration.
If the optional water tank is fitted inspect the water hose and its connections to ensure that they do not leak.
Clean the underside of the plate regularly to prevent a build up of material.
CAUTION:
TABLE 1. MACHINE INSPECTION
Item
(Starting check)
Every 8 hours (every day)
always be carried out on hard and level
Loosened of lost screws
Every 8 hours (every day)
ground with the engine shutdown.
Damage of any part
Every 8 hours (every day)
Function of controlling
Inspection and Maintenance Service Tables.
system part
To make sure your plate compactor is always in good
working
Hours of Operation
Inspection and other services should
condition
before
using,
carry
out
the
maintenance inspection in accordance with Tables 1
Every 8 hours (every day)
Vibrator oil check
Every 100 hours
Vibrator oil replacement
Every 200 hours
V-belt (clutch) check
Every 200 hours
through 3.
TABLE 2. ENGINE CHECK
TABLE 3. TIGHTENING TORQUE (in. kg/cm) Diameter
(For details, see separate engine Manual)
Item
Material 6mm 8mm 10mm 12mm 14mm 16mm 18mm 20mm
Hours of Operation
Leakage of oil fuel
Every 8 hours (every day)
Tightness of fastening
Threads
Engine oil check and
replenishment
4T
70
150
300
500
750
1100
1400
2000
6-8T
100
250
11T
150
400
500
800
1300
2000
2700
3800
800
1200
2000
2900
4200
5600
Every 8 hours (every day)
*
Every 8 hours (every day)
(Threads in use with this machine are all right handed)
*(In case counter-part is of aluminium)
(Replenish to specified
Material and quality of material is marked on each bolt, and screw.
Max. level)
Engine oil
At first 20 hours, then
replenishment
every 100 hours
Air cleaner cleaning
Every 50 hours
100 (6mm) 300-350 (8mm) 650-700 (10mm)
CAUTION:
CAUTION:
These
inspection
operation
under
intervals
normal
are
for
conditions.
Fuel piping and connections
Adjust your inspection intervals based
should be replaced every 2
on the number hours plate compactor is
years.
in use, and particular working conditions.
Daily Service
z
Check for leakage of fuel or oil.
z
Remove soil and clean the bottom of compaction plate.
z
Check engine oil.
z
Check for loose screws including tightness. See Table 3 above (tightening torque), for retightening.
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Changing Vibrator Oil
When changing the vibrator oil, remove the drain plug located at the bottom-right of the vibrator, and simply tip the
compactor to drain the oil. Note that the oil will drain more easily while it is hot. For CT0565 replace the oil with 500 ML
of 10W-30 motor oil;
Air Filter
1.
The air filter element should be cleaned because a
clogged air cleaner can cause poor engine starting,
lack of power and shorten engine life substantially.
2.
To clean or replace air filter loosen the wing nut on
the air filter housing (Figure 1), remove the cover
and take out
air filter cartridge. If only cleaning
of the air filter is desired blow through the air filter
cartridge from the inside, moving a jet of dry
compressed air up and down until all dust is
removed.
CAUTION:
NEVER attempt to check the V-belt with the engine running. Severe injury can occur if your hand gets
caught between the V-belt and the clutch. Always use safety gloves.
z
Checking and Replacing the V-belt and Clutch
After 200 hours of operation, remove the upper belt cover to check the V-belt tension (Figure 2). Tension is proper if the
belt bends about 10mm when depressed strongly with finger between shafts. Loose or worn V-belts reduces power
transmission efficiency, causing weak compaction and reduces the life of the belt itself.
CAUTION:
Whenever the compactor’s vibration becomes weak or lost during normal operation regardless of
operation hours, check the V-belt and clutch immediately.
z
Replacing the V-belt
Remove the upper and lower belt covers. Engage an offset wrench (13mm) or the like to vibrator pulley (lower) fastening
bolt. Engage waste cloth or the like at midway of V-belt on the left side and while pulling it back strongly, rotate the offset
wrench clockwise so that the V-belt will come off.
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Reinstalling the V-belt
Engage V-belt to lower vibrator pulley and push the V-belt to left side of upper clutch and, in the same manner as in
removal, rotate offset wrench clockwise so that the V-belt goes back on.
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Checking Clutch
Check the clutch simultaneously with V-belt checking. With belt removed, check outer drum of the clutch for seizure and
“V” groove for wear or damage with your eyes. Clean the “V” groove as necessary. Wear of lining or shoe should be
checked with running check. If the shoe is worn, power transmission becomes deficient and slipping will result.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Motor
CT0567
Engine type: Diesel, Kipor 178
Max. output:4.4 kW (6.0hp)
Governed Speed
3,200r/min: CT0567
Drive Belt
1 x ‘B’ section vee belt : CT0567
Vibrator
Model
CT0567
Frequency (vibration/min)
4000
Centrifugal Force (kN)
30.5
Operation Mass:
Model
CT0567
Operation Mass (kg)
180
Bearings
The following bearings are sealed:
Centrifugal clutch – grease lubricated
Vibrator – oil bath lubricated
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Acoustic Noise (According to 2000/14/EC)
Model
Nameplate
CT0567
Measured sound
Power level
Guaranteed sound
power level
Uncertainty
105dB
108dB
3dB
Hand-Arm-Vibration (as per ISO8662, Part 1, m/s2): 4-9
Working Size (L X W X H):
CT0567 series: 86 x 57 x 93 CM
TRANSPORTATION
1.
Always shut off engine when transporting machine.
2.
Make sure lifting device has enough capacity to hold machine (see identification plate on machine for weight).
3.
Use lifting point when lifting machine.
4.
Trolley wheel as optional is used for short distance transportation.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSES
SOLUTION
Engine speed too low?
Set engine speed to correct RPM.
Clutch slips?
Travel speed too low, and vibration is
V-belt slips?
weak.
Excessive oil in vibration?
Check or replace clutch.
Adjust or replace V-belt.
Drain excess oil and fill to proper level.
Malfunction in vibrator housing?
Check eccentric, gears and counter weights.
Bearing Failure?
Replace Bearing
Insufficient engine output?
Check engine, compression etc.
ENGINE TROUBLE SHOOTING
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Spark plug bridging?
Check gap, insulation or replace spark plug.
Difficult to start, "fuel is available,
Carbon deposit on spark plug?
Clean or replace spark plug.
but no SPARK at spark plug".
Short circuit due to deficient
spark plug insulation?
Improper spark plug gap?
Check spark plug insulation, replace if worn.
Set to proper gap.
ON/OFF switch is shorted?
Check switch wiring, replace switch.
Difficult to start, "fuel is available,
Ignition coil defective?
Replace ignition coil.
and SPARK is present at spark
Improper spark gap, points dirtry?
Set correct spark gap and clean points.
plug.
Condenser insulation worn or
short circuiting?
Spark plug wire broken or short circuiting?
Difficult to start, "fuel is available,
Replace condenser.
Replace defective spark plug wiring
Flush fuel system, and replace with
Wrong fuel type?
correct type of fuel.
spark is present and compression
Water or dust in fuel system?
is normal"
Air cleaner dirty?
Clean or replace air cleaner.
Suction/exhaust valve stuck or protruded?
Re-seat valves.
Difficult to start, "fuel is available,
Piston ring and/or cylinder worn?
Replace pistion rings and or pistion.
spark is present and compression
Cylinder head and/or spark plug not
is low.
tightened properly?
Head gasket and/or spark plug
gasket damaged?
Fuel not available in fuel tank?
Fuel cock does not open properly?
No fuel present at carburetor.
Flush fuel system.
Torque cylinder head bolts and spark plug.
Replace head and spark plug gaskets.
Fill with correct type of fuel.
Apply lubricant to loosen fuel cock level,
replace if necessary.
Fuel filter clogged?
Replace fuel filter.
Fuel tank cap breather hole cloged?
Clean or replace fuel tank cap.
Air in fuel line?
Bleed fuel line.
"Weak in power" compression is
Air cleaner not clean?
Clean or replace air cleaner.
proper and does not mistire.
Improper level in carburetor?
Check float adjustment, re-build carbureator.
Defective Spark plug?
Clean or replace spark plug.
"Weak in power" compression is
proper but mistires.
Engine overheats.
Rotational speed fluctuates.
Flush fuel system, and replace with
Water in fuel system?
correct type of fuel.
Dirty spark plug?
Clean or replace spark plug.
Ignitiion coil defective?
Replace ignition coil.
Spark plug heat value improper?
Replace with correct type of spark plug.
Correct type of fuel?
Replace with correct type of fuel.
Cooling fins dirty?
Clean cooling fins.
Governor adjusted correctly?
Adjust governor.
Governor spring defective?
Replace governor spring.
Fuel flow restricted?
Check entire fuel system for leaks or clogs.
Recoil mechanism clogged with
Recoil starter malfunction.
dust and dirt?
Sprial spring loose?
Clean recoil assembly with soap and water.
Replace sprial spring.
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WARRANTY
These products are covered by warranty for a period of six (6) months from the date of purchase against defects in material
or workmanship provided that:
· The product concerned has been operated and maintained in accordance with the operating instructions.
· Has not been damaged by accident, misuse or abuse.
· Has not been tampered with or repaired by any unauthorized person.
The owner is responsible for the cost of transportation to and from the authorized repairer and the unit is at the owners risk
while in transit to and from the repairer.
Impact damage is not covered under warranty. Clutches are not covered under any warranty. Engines are
warranted by their manufacturer.
MAINTENANCE RECORD
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE AND ROUTINE SERVICE PLAN
This Reversible Plate Compactor has been assembled with care and will provide years of service. Preventative
maintenance and routine service are essential to the long life of your Reversible Plate Compactor. After reading through this
manual thoroughly, you will find that you can do some of the regular maintenance yourself. However, when in need of parts
or major service, be sure to see your dealer. For your convenience we have provided this space to record relevant data
about your Reversible Plate Compactor.
Invoice Number:
Type
yp of Machine:
Date Purchased:
Dealer Name:
Serial Number:
Dealer Phone:
REPLACEMENT PARTS USED
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
MAINTENANCE LOG
QUANTITY
COST
10
DATE
DATE
OPERATION