Model 600--G Air Circular Scribe Saw

Model 600--G
Air Circular Scribe Saw
EQUIPMENT
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TABLE OF
CONTENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Page
600--G . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4001019
• Notice to Employer and Safety
Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• Notice to Operators, Maintenance
and Cleanup Personnel . . . . . . . . . . . .
• Parts Diagram and List . . . . . . . . . . . .
• Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• Installation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . .
• Operation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• Maintenance Instructions . . . . . . . . . .
Balancer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4042033
Air Hose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3059018
Air Filter/Regulator/Lubricator . . 3022003
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notice to employer
and safety director
Model 600--G
page 2 of 8
Keep hands clear.
NOTICE TO EMPLOYER AND SAFETY DIRECTOR
AVOID INJURY
1. Remove and repair any tool that malfunctions. All personnel must be instructed to remove any malfunctioning equipment.
2. Ensure that all employees who use this tool are trained in the proper use of this tool and are aware of
the dangers that may arise of they do not follow the procedure outlined in this brochure.
3. Enclosed are four (4) copies of “NOTICE TO OPERATORS, MAINTENANCE AND CLEANUP
PERSONNEL.” Post one copy on the employees’ bulletin board; give one copy to the operator(s);
give one copy to the maintenance foreman; and give one copy to the cleanup foreman. Additional copies are available on request.
4. The tool is designed and intended to be powerful. This fact should be obvious to your employees, but
you must emphasize it to them.
5. Never make modifications or alterations to the tool. Replace any missing or illegible labels.
6. Ensure that proper procedures are established in accordance with OSHA’s lockout/tagout procedures
29 CFR 1910.147 to prevent accidental startup or release of stored energy.
7. Hand/Wrist/Arm injury and other Cumulative Trauma Disorders may result from repetitive work,
motion or vibration. You must make your employees aware of hazards, symptoms of injury and appropriate prevention. See OSHA’s “Ergonomics Program Management Guidelines for Meatpacking
Plants.”
8. Follow our installation and maintenance instructions for proper installation and care of the tool.
9. Ensure that employees wear eye protection in accordance with OSHA’s eye and face protection requirements (29 CFR 1910.133) at all times.
10. Avoid injury. Do not permit the tool to be misused.
11. If you resell or distribute a Jarvis product, you must provide the purchaser with the appropriate safety
sheets and tool brochure. Additional copies of safety sheets and tool brochures will be provided upon
request.
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notice to operators, maintenance
and cleanup personnel
Model 600--G
page 3 of 8
Keep hands clear.
NOTICE TO OPERATORS, MAINTENANCE AND CLEANUP PERSONNEL
REMOVE ANY MALFUNCTIONING TOOL FROM SERVICE
REPORT ANY PROBLEMS TO YOUR SUPERVISOR
1. Disconnect the air hose in accordance with OSHA’s lockout/tagout procedures (29 CFR 1910.147) before making any blade changes.
2. Disconnect the air hose in accordance with OSHA’s lockout/tagout procedures (29 CFR 1910.147) before performing any repairs or maintenance.
3. Disconnect the air hose -- or have the air hose disconnected -- in accordance with OSHA’s lockout/tagout procedures (29 CFR 1910.147) before performing any cleanup.
4. Disconnect the air hose when the tool is not in use.
5. Never put fingers, hands, or other parts of the body on the cutting edge or within the cutting path of
the tool when it is connected to an air supply.
6. Test the tool prior to use or daily. Depress the trigger and the tool should start; release the trigger and
the tool should stop. If the tool malfunctions, remove it from service and report or repair it immediately.
7. Never depress the trigger unless you want to use the tool.
8. Never make modifications or alterations to the tool. Report or replace any missing or illegible labels.
9. Always wear eye protection in accordance with OSHA’s eye and face protection requirements (29 CFR
1910.133).
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parts diagram and list
Model 600--G
page 4 of 8
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* Optional
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
PART NO.
1055363
1004004
1023004
1023170
1010183
3026056
6
7
8
9
10
1009082
1021192
1054079
1035237
1016252
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
1029209
1014099
1002229
1029254
1055602
1026182
1009084
1021002
1029204
PART NAME
Flat Head Screw
Blade Retaining Washer
Saw Blade, 4 inch
Saw Blade, Skip Tooth
Pin
Bevel Gear And Shaft
(includes item 4)
Bearing Sleeve
Ball Bearing
Screw (Left Hand Thread)
Radial Seal
Right Angle Housing
(includes items 14--15,
23--24)
Bearing Spacer
Spring Washer
Gear Retaining Cap
Spacer Insert
Socket Head Cap Screw
Pinion Gear
Bearing Sleeve
Ball Bearing
Bearing Spacer
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QTY
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
ITEM
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
PART NO.
1029203
1007178
1013155
1038006
1007212
1055042
3024005
1055121
1055004
1032006
3025001
1033003
1004021
1004001
1004020
1055033
8039099*
3061126
3026055
3026059
3026058
3016155
3024001
QTY
PART NAME
Bearing Spacer
1
Locknut (Left Hand Thread)
1
Pinion Retaining Ring
1
Grease Fitting
1
Nut Insert
1
Flat Head Screw
1
Guard
1
Flat Head Screw
1
Flat Head Screw
2
Rub Plate
1
Depth Gage
1
Index Gage
1
Washer
1
Washer
1
Washer
1
Button Head Screw
1
Blade Locking Pin
1
G--Saw Assembly Wrench
1
Gear Set (items 5 and 16)
Bevel Gear Assembly
(includes items 4--8)
Pinion Gear Assembly
(includes items 16--21)
Right Angle Gear Housing
Assy. (includes items 4--24)
Guard and Gage Assy.
(includes items 25--35)
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parts diagram and list
Model 600--G
page 5 of 8
ITEM
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
PART NO.
1011180
1061247
1021489
1069009
1032166
1029208
1040009
1064017
1009085
1032167
1021490
1035315
1016265
1017083
1054080
1035245
1014086
1039034
1035279
1011185
1036138
1018089
1010535
1024089
1051004
1011186
1059034
3008094
3008091
3059018
3059030
PART NAME
QTY
Drive Coupling
1
Adapter
1
Ball Bearing
1
Shim
1
Front End Plate
1
Spacer
1
Vane
4
Rotor
1
Rotor Sleeve
1
Rear End Plate
1
Ball Bearing
1
O--ring
1
Motor Housing with item 51
1
Danger Label
1
Valve Plug with item 53
1
O--ring
1
Spring
1
Plunger with item 56
1
O--ring
1
Quick Connect Plug
1
Bushing
1
Trigger Lever
1
Pin
1
Trigger Guard
1
Hose Adapter
1
Quick Connect Socket
1
Hose, 16 ft
1
Air Motor Complete
(includes items 39--60)
Motor Assembly
(includes items 40--48)
Hose Assembly
(includes items 63--64)
Muffler Kit
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specifications, installation, operation
and maintenance instructions
Model 600--G
page 6 of 8
SPECIFICATIONS
Motor Power
0.7 hp
522 W
100 psi
6.9 bar
24 ft3/min
0.66 m3/min
Operating Pressure
Air Consumption
2 Making the cut:
Cut Speed
6000 rev/min
Control Handle
Single Trigger
Pneumatic
Blade Diameter
4.0 in
102 mm
0.75 in
19 mm
14 in
356 mm
Weight
4.4 lbs
2.0 kg
Vibration
126 dB
2.0 m/sec2
Cutting Depth (max.)
Overall Length
Noise (one meter from tool)
92 dB
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1 Optional: Suspend the 600--G from a balancer. Jarvis part number 4042033 is available.
2 Make the necessary air connection.
2.1 The required compressed air supply is 24
ft3/min at 100 psi (0.66 m3/min at 6.9 bar).
2.2 An air filter/regulator/lubricator must be installed in the air supply line. Jarvis part number
3022003 is available. Keep the lubricator filled
at all times.
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
1 Each day, before you begin operation, go through
the following checklist:
1.1 Make sure that the compressed air supply is at
the proper pressure and that the lubricator is up
to the full mark. (Use Jarvis Air Mist Lubricator Oil; if using a conventional air mist lubricator: set the feed rate at 8--10 drops per minute;
if using a micro fog air mist lubricator*: set the
feed rate at 100 drops per minute). *Almost all
air mist lubricators are micro fog air mist lubricators.
1.2 Make sure that the 600--G moves freely on the
balancer (if balancer is being used).
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2.1 Depress the trigger fully to start the air motor
and make the cut.
2.2 When the desired length of cut is reached, release the trigger. This will stop the blade from
rotating.
2.3 Withdraw the saw from the carcass.
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT: ALWAYS DISCONNECT THE COMPRESSED
AIR SUPPLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH OSHA’S LOCKOUT/
TAGOUT PROCEDURES (29 CFR 1910.147) WHEN INSTALLING OR REMOVING THE BLADE. ALWAYS DISCONNECT
THE COMPRESSED AIR SUPPLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH
OSHA’S LOCKOUT/TAGOUT PROCEDURES (29 CFR
1910.147) BEFORE PERFORMING ANY MAINTENANCE OR
REPAIRS.
1 DAILY:
1.1 Four times (4) per day, add Jarvis 1315 White
Grease to the grease fitting (item 23) on the
housing (item 10).
1.2 At the end of the shift/day, flush the air motor
(items 40--48):
1.2.1 Position the saw.
1.2.2 Remove quick connect socket (item 63).
1.2.3 Put about ten (10) drops of Jarvis Air Mist
Lubricator Oil in the inlet and run the air
motor one minute.
2 WEEKLY:
2.1 Disassemble the gears (items 5 and 16) in the
right angle gear assembly. Clean and inspect for
worn parts. Replace parts if necessary. Refer to
sections 8 through 11 as a procedural guide.
3 QUARTERLY:
3.1 Disassemble the air motor and right angle gear
assembly. Clean and inspect for worn parts. Replace if necessary. Refer to sections 4 through
13 as a procedural guide.
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maintenance instructions
Model 600--G
page 7 of 8
4 600--G DISASSEMBLY:
4.1 Remove guard (item 26), depth gage (item 30)
and blade (item 3). Refer to steps and procedures outlined in section 6.
Figure 1
seal
installation
4.2 Loosen screw (item 15).
4.3 Separate air motor housing (item 50) and right
angle housing (item 10).
seal location
4.3.1 Twist the air motor housing clockwise while
pulling away from the right angle housing.
4.4 Unscrew gear retaining cap (item 13) and remove bearing spacer (item 11) and spring washer (item 12).
4.5 Remove and disassemble bevel gear assembly
(items 4--8). Refer to steps and procedures outlined in section 8.
alignment pin
6 BLADE REMOVAL:
6.1 Remove screws (item 28).
4.6 Remove seal (item 9).
6.2 Remove guard (item 26) and depth gage assembly (item 30).
4.7 Remove pinion retaining ring (item 22). Use
Jarvis wrench (item 37) to unscrew the pinion
retaining ring.
6.3 Remove screw (item 1), and blade retaining
washer (item 2).
4.8 Remove and disassemble pinion gear assembly
(items 16--21). Refer to steps and procedures
outlined in section 10.
6.3.1 Place an awl or small screwdriver through
the hole in the blade to prevent it from rotating. Jarvis blade locking pin (item 36) is
available.
4.9 Disassemble air motor. Refer to steps and procedures outlined in section 12.
6.4 Remove blade (item 3) and sharpen or replace
as necessary.
4.10 Inspect all parts for wear and replace them if
necessary.
5 600--G ASSEMBLY:
5.1 Reverse steps and procedures outlined in section 4. Refer to sections 7, 9, 11 and 13 as a
guide for assembly. See notes below:
Refer to Figure 1 for steps 5.1.1 and 5.1.2.
5.1.1 Place seal (item 9) into right angle housing
assembly (item 10) before the bevel gear assembly (items 4--8) is installed.
5.1.2 The groove in bearing sleeve (item 6) must
line up with pin in right angle housing assembly (item 10).
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7 BLADE INSTALLATION:
7.1 Reverse procedures and steps outlined in section 6. See note below.
7.1.1 To ensure proper fit and safe operation, the
slots (notches) on the face of the saw blade
must align with the pins (item 4) in the bevel
gear and shaft (item 5)
8 BEVEL GEAR DISASSEMBLY:
8.1 Disassemble 600--G as described in section 4,
steps 4.1 through 4.4.
8.2 Remove screw (item 8). Left hand thread.
8.3 Remove bevel gear and shaft (item 5).
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maintenance instructions
Model 600--G
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8.4 Press bearings (item 7) out of bearing sleeve
(item 6).
12.5 Slide the rotor from rotor sleeve (item 46).
8.5 Inspect all parts for wear and replace them if
necessary.
12.6 Remove vanes (item 44) from the rotor.
12.7 Remove bearing (item 48) from rear end plate
(item 47).
9 BEVEL GEAR ASSEMBLY:
9.1 Reverse steps and procedures outlined in section 8. See note below:
9.1.1 Screw (item 8) has a left hand thread.
10 PINION GEAR DISASSEMBLY:
10.1 Disassemble 600--G as described in section 4,
steps 4.1 through 4.3.1 and 4.7.
10.2 Remove pinion gear (item 16) and bearings
(item 18) from bearing sleeve (item 17).
10.3 Remove lock nut (item 21) from pinion gear
(item 16). Left hand thread.
12.8 Clamp the rotor in soft jaws of a vise (so as to
not damage the outside of the rotor).
12.9 Using a 9/32 inch allen wrench, loosen drive
coupling (item 38) from the rotor.
12.10 Hold the front end plate (item 42) (attached to
the rotor) in your hand and tap on the center of
the rotor until the front end plate and the bearing
(item 40) separate from the rotor. Be careful not
to damage the threads on the rotor.
10.4 Remove bearings (item 18) and spacers (items
19 and 20) from pinion gear (item 16).
12.11 Remove bearing (item 40) and shim (item 41)
from front end plate (item 42).
10.5 Inspect all parts for wear and replace them if
necessary.
12.12 Remove spacer (item 43).
11 PINION GEAR ASSEMBLY:
11.1 Reverse steps and procedures outlined in section 10. See notes below:
11.1.1 Lock nut (item 21) has a left hand thread.
12 AIR MOTOR DISASSEMBLY:
12.1 Disassemble 600--G as described in section 4,
steps 4.1 through 4.3.1
12.2 Remove adapter (item 39).
12.3 Hold motor housing (item 50) with the opening
downward and tap on the housing until motor
assembly (items 40--48) slides out of the housing.
12.4 Hold the motor assembly in your hand (drive
coupling (item 38) facing down) and tap on the
center of the rotor (item 45) until rear end plate
(item 47) and bearing (item 48) separate from
rotor sleeve (item 46).
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12.13 Inspect all parts for wear and replace them if
necessary.
13 AIR MOTOR ASSEMBLY:
13.1 Reverse steps and procedures outlined in section 12. See notes below:
13.1.1 Spacer (item 43) must be assembled on rotor (item 45) before front end plate (item 42)
is assembled.
13.1.2 The grooves in the ends of the rotor sleeve
(item 46) and the pins in the end plates
(items 42 and 47) must be aligned for the
end plates to fit properly.
13.1.3 Place the complete assembly on a table and
tap on the rotor shaft until the end plates
touch the rotor sleeve.
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