3 point hitch wood chipper models bx32, bx42, bx62 &

BY EMB
MFG
3 POINT HITCH WOOD CHIPPER
MODELS BX32, BX42, BX62 &
BX92S/R
OPERATOR'S MANUAL
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your choice of a KAIDELI 3 Point Hitch Wood Chipper to compliment your operation. This
equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet the needs of a discerning timber or landscaping industry.
Safe, efficient and trouble free operation of your KAIDELI Wood Chipper requires that you and anyone else who will
be using or maintaining the chipper, read and understand the Safety, Operation,
This manual covers the KAIDELI 3 Point Hitch Wood Chipper BX32, BX42, BX62 and BX92S/R. Use the Table of
Contents or Index as a guide to locate required information.
Keep this manual handy for frequent reference and to pass on to new operators or owners.
OPERATOR ORIENTATION -The directions left, right, front and rear, as mentioned throughout this manual, are
determined when sitting in the tractor driver's seat and facing in the direction of travel.
SAFETY
SAFETY
ALERT
SYMBOL
This Safety Alert symbol
Alert symbol identifies
BECOME
ALERT!
messages on the YOUR
INVOLVED! KAIDELI 3
SIGNAL WORDS: Note the use of the
means
The Safety
ATTENTION!
important
safety
SAFETY
IS
Point Hitch Wood
Chipper and in the
manual. When
you see this symbol, be
alert to
the possibility of personal injury or
death. Follow the instructions in the
safety message.
DANGER -
signal words DANGER, WARNING and
CAUTION with the safety messages. The
appropriate signal word for each message
has been selected using the following
guide-lines:
WARNING -
Why is SAFETY important to you?
Accidents Disable and Kill
3 Big Reasons Accidents Cost
Never exceed the limits of a piece of
Accidents
machinery. If its
ability to do Can
a job, Be
or toAvoided
do so
CAUTION -
1 Safety of the operator and bystanders is one of
7.
. the main concerns in designing and developing
8.
safely, is in question -DON'T TRY IT. Do not
equipment. However, every year many
9.
2 accidents occur which could have been avoided
modify the equipment in any way. Un. by a few seconds of thought and a more careful
authorized modification may result in serious
approach to handling equipment. You, the
injury or death and may impair the function
Indicates anInimminently
operator, can avoid many accidents by
and life of the equipment.
addition tohazardous
the
situation
that,
if not
avoided, will result in
observing the following precautions in this
design and configuration of this
implement,
death
orand
serious
injury.
This signal word is
section. To avoid personal injury or death, study
including Safety
Signs
Safety
Equipment,
beaccident
limited toprevention
the most extreme
the following precautions and insist those
hazard control to
and
are
situations
typically concern,
for machine
working with you, or for you to follow them. In
dependent upon
the awareness,
order to provide a better view, certain
prudence, and components
proper training
of personnel
which,
for functional
photographs
or illustrations
involved in the operation, transport,
purposes,
cannot be
guarded. in this manual may
show an assembly with a safety shield removed.
maintenance, and storage of the machine.
However, equipment should never be used in
Refer also to Safety Messages and operation
Indicates
a potentially
hazardous
situation
that,If if not avoided,instruction
could result
death
or serious
injury,sections
and includes
this condition.
Keep
all shields
in place.
in in
each
of the
appropriate
hazards
that
are
exposed
when
guards
are
removed.
It
may
also
be
used
to
alert
against
unsafe
practices.
shield removal becomes necessary for repairs,
of the tractor and machine manuals. Pay
replace the shield prior to use.
close attention to the Safety Signs affixed to
tractor
the machine.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided,the
may
resultand
in minor
or moderate injury. It may also be
3 Replace
any safety
signpractices.
or instruction sign that
used
to alert against
unsafe
. is not readable or is missing. Location of such
safety signs is indicated in this manual.
4
. Never use alcoholic beverages or drugs which
can hinder alertness or coordination while
using this equipment. Consult your doctor about
using this machine while taking prescription
medications.
5
. Under no circumstances should young
children be allowed to work with this
SAFETY
available for use should the need arise
and know how to use it.
4. Do not allow riders.
YOU are responsible for the SAFE operation and
maintenance of your KAIDELI 3 Point Hitch Wood 5. Wear appropriate protective gear. This
Chipper. YOU must ensure that you and anyone
list includes but is not limited to:
else who is going to use, maintain or work around
the 3 Point Hitch Wood Chipper be familiar with the
-A hard hat
using and maintenance procedures and related
-Protective
shoes with slip resistant soles
SAFETY information contained in this manual. This
-Protective glasses, goggles or face
manual will take you step-by-step through your
shield
working day and alerts you to all good safety
practices that should be used while using the 3
•
Heavy gloves
Point Hitch Wood Chipper.
•
Wet weather gear
Remember, YOU are the key to safety. Good
safety practices not only protect you but also the
people around you. Make these practices a
working part of your safety program. Be certain
that EVERYONE using this equipment is familiar
with the recommended using and maintenance
procedures and follows all the safety precautions.
Most accidents can be prevented. Do not risk injury
or death by ignoring good safety practices.
•
3 Point Hitch Wood Chipper owners must
give operating instructions to operators or
employees before allowing them to operate the
machine, and at least annually thereafter.
•
The most important safety device on this
equipment is a SAFE operator. It is the operator’s
responsibility to read and understand ALL Safety
and Operating instructions in the manual and to
follow these. Most accidents can be avoided.
•
A person who has not read and understood
all using and safety instructions is not qualified to
use the machine. An untrained operator exposes
himself and bystanders to possible serious injury or
death.
•
Do not modify the equipment in any way.
Unauthorized modification may impair the function
and/or safety and could affect the life of the
equipment.
•
Think SAFETY! Work SAFELY!
2.1 GENERAL SAFETY
1. Read and understand the Operator’s Manual and
all safety signs before using, maintaining, adjusting
or cleaning the 3 Point Hitch Wood Chipper.
2. Have a first-aid kit available for use should the
need arise and know how to use it.
3. Have a fire extinguisher
-Hearing Protection
- Respirator or filter
mask
6. Install and secure all guards
before starting.
7. Wear suitable ear protection
for prolonged exposure to
excessive noise.
8. Turn machine off, stop and
disable engine, remove ignition
key and place in your pocket,
set park brake and wait for all
moving parts to stop before
servicing, adjusting, repairing or
unplugging.
9. Clear the area of people, especially small
children, before using the unit.
10. Review safety related items
annually with all personnel who will
operating or maintaining the 3 Point
Hitch Wood Chipper.
2.2 EQUIPMENT SAFETY
GUIDELINES
SIGNAL WORDS: Note the use of the
DANGER -
signal words DANGER, WARNING and
CAUTION with the safety messages. The
appropriate signal word for each message
has been selected using the following
guide-lines:
WARNING -
CAUTION 1 Safety of the operator and bystanders is one of
. the main concerns in designing and developing
equipment. However, every year many
2 accidents occur which could have been avoided
. by a few seconds of thought and a more careful
approach to handling equipment. You, the
operator, can avoid many accidents by
observing the following precautions in this
section. To avoid personal injury or death, study
the following precautions and insist those
working with you, or for you to follow them. In
order to provide a better view, certain
photographs or illustrations in this manual may
show an assembly with a safety shield removed.
However, equipment should never be used in
this condition. Keep all shields in place. If
shield removal becomes necessary for repairs,
replace the shield prior to use.
7.
8.
9.
Never exceed the limits of a piece of
machinery. If its ability to do a job, or to do so
safely, is in question -DON'T TRY IT. Do not
modify the equipment in any way. Unauthorized modification may result in serious
injury or death and may impair the function
and life of the equipment. In addition to the
design and configuration of this implement,
including Safety Signs and Safety Equipment,
hazard control and accident prevention are
dependent upon the awareness, concern,
prudence, and proper training of personnel
involved in the operation, transport,
maintenance, and storage of the machine.
Refer also to Safety Messages and operation
instruction in each of the appropriate sections
of the tractor and machine manuals. Pay
close attention to the Safety Signs affixed to
the tractor and the machine.
3 Replace any safety sign or instruction sign that
. is not readable or is missing. Location of such
safety signs is indicated in this manual.
4
. Never use alcoholic beverages or drugs which
can hinder alertness or coordination while
using this equipment. Consult your doctor about
using this machine while taking prescription
medications.
5
. Under no circumstances should young
children be allowed to work with this
equipment. Do not allow persons to use or
assemble this unit until they have read this
manual and have developed a thorough
understanding of the safety precautions and
of how it works. Review the safety instructions
with all users annually.
6 This equipment is dangerous to children and
. persons unfamiliar with its operation. The
operator should be a responsible, properly
trained and physically able person familiar with
machinery and trained in this equipment's
operations. If the elderly are assisting with
work, their physical limitations need to be
recognized and accommodated.
Drive System Engine
Chipper capacity Chipper
Housing Opening Rotor
Size Number of Rotor
Knives Knife Type Rotor
Weight Feeding System
Dimensions (hopper
folded) Hopper Opening
Discharge Hood Rotation
Discharge Hood Height
Rated RPM Weight
BX32
BX42
BX62
PTO input, belt driven n/a 3"
Diameter, (takes up to 6" slab) 3"
x 6" 17 1/2" 2/offset Hardened
Tool Steel 45 lbs Self feed 54" L
x 36" W x 60" H 12 1/2" x 11 1/2"
360 58" 540 320 lbs
Direct drive, pto w/shearbolt n/a 4"
Diameter, (takes up to 10" slab) 4"
x 10" 25" 4 Hardened Tool Steel
110 lbs Self or Hydraulic 40" L x
42" x 60" H 20" x 20" 360 60"
540-1000 BX42S
-425lbs/BX42R-625lbs
Direct drive, pto w/shearbolt n/a 6"
Diameter, (takes upt ot 12" slab) 6
1/2" x 10" 30" 4 Hardened Tool Steel
180 lbs Self or Hydraulic 50"L x 52"
x74" H 25" x 25" 360 74" 540-1000
BX62S-770lbs/BX62R-1070lbs
BX92
Drive System Engine
Direct drive, pto w/shearbolt n/a
2.3 SAFETY TRAINING
1. Safety is a primary concern in the design and
manufacture of our products. Unfortunately, our
efforts to provide safe equipment can be wiped out
by a single careless act of an operator or bystander.
2. In addition to the design and configuration of
equipment, hazard control and accident prevention
are dependent upon the awareness, concern,
prudence and proper training of personnel involved
in the operation, transport,
maintenance and storage of this
equipment.
3. It has been said, "The best safety
feature is an informed, careful
operator." We ask you to be that kind
of an operator. It is the
operator's responsibility to read and understand ALL
Safety and Using instructions in the manual and to
follow these. Accidents can be avoided.
4. Working with unfamiliar equipment can lead
to careless injuries. Read this manual before
assembly or using, to acquaint yourself with the
machine. If this machine is used by any person
other than yourself, or is loaned or rented, it is
the machine owner's responsibility to make
certain that the operator, prior to using:
assisting with the work, their physical limitations
need to be recognized and accommodated.
2.4 SAFETY SIGNS
1
times.
Keep safety signs clean and legible at all
2
Replace safety signs that are missing or
have become illegible.
3
Replaced parts that displayed a safety sign
should also display the current sign.
4
Safety signs displayed in Section 3
each have a part number in the lower right
hand corner. Use this part number when
ordering replacement parts.
5
Safety signs are available from your
authorized Distributor or Dealer Parts Department
or the factory.
How to Install Safety Signs:
•
Be sure that the installation area is clean
and dry.
•
Be sure temperature is above 50°F (10°C).
a. Reads and understands the operator's
manuals.
•
Determine exact position before you
remove the backing paper.
b. Is instructed in safe and proper use.
•
Remove the smallest portion of the split
backing paper.
1
Know your controls and how to stop tractor
and machine quickly in an emergency. Read this
manual and the one provided with tractor.
2
Train all new personnel and review
instructions frequently with existing workers. Be
certain only a properly trained and physically able
person will use the machinery. A person who has
not read and understood all using and safety
instructions is not qualified to use the machine. An
untrained operator exposes himself and bystanders
to possible serious in-jury or death. If the elderly are
•
Align the sign over the specified area and
carefully press the small portion with the ex- posed
sticky backing in place.
•
Slowly peel back the remaining paper and
carefully smooth the remaining portion of the sign in
place.
•
Small air pockets can be pierced with a pin
and smoothed out using the piece of sign backing
paper.
2.5 PREPARATION
1
Never use the
machine until you have
read and completely
understand this manual,
the tractor Operator's
Manual and each of the
Safety Messages found
on the safety signs on
the tractor and
machine.
2
Personal pro- tection equip- ment including
hard hat, safety glasses, safety shoes, and gloves
are recommended dur
ing assembly, installation, operation, adjustment,
maintain- ing, repairing, removal,
cleaning, or moving the unit. Do not
allow long hair, loose fitting clothing or
jewellery to be around equipment.
3. PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO
LOUD NOISE MAY CAUSE
PERMANENT HEARING LOSS! Power equipment
with or without equipment attached can often be
noisy enough
to cause permanent, partial hearing loss. We
recommend that you wear hearing protection on
a full-time basis if the noise in the Operator's
position exceeds 80db. Noise over 85db on a
long-term basis can cause severe hearing loss.
Noise over 90db adjacent to the Operator over
a long-term basis may cause permanent, total
hearing loss. NOTE: Hearing loss from loud
noise (from tractors, chain saws, radios, and
other such sources close to the ear) is
cumulative over a lifetime without hope of
natural recovery.
1
Clear working area of stones, branches or
hidden obstacles that might be hooked or snagged,
causing injury or damage.
2
1
Good maintenance is your responsibility.
Poor maintenance is an
invitation to trouble.
2
Follow good
shop practices.
- Keep service area
clean and dry.
-Be sure electrical
outlets and tools are
properly grounded.
- Use adequate light for
the job at hand.
3. Make sure there is plenty of ventilation. Never
operate the engine of the towing vehicle in a closed
building. The exhaust fumes may cause
asphyxiation.
4. Before working on this machine, shut off
the engine, set the brake, and turn fuel
valve off.
5. Never work under equipment unless it is
blocked securely.
6. Always use personal protection devices such as
eye, hand and hearing protectors, when performing
any service or maintenance work. Use heavy or
leather gloves when handling blades.
7. Where replacement parts are necessary for
periodic maintenance and servicing, genuine
factory replacement parts must be used to restore
your equipment to original specifications. The
manufacturer will not be responsi- ble for injuries or
damages caused by use of unapproved parts
and/or accessories.
8. A fire extinguisher and first aid kit should be
kept readily accessible while performing maintenance on this equipment.
9. Periodically tighten all
bolts, nuts and screws
and check that all
electrical and fuel
connections are properly
secured to ensure unit is
in a safe condition.
Use only in daylight or good artificial light.
3
Be sure machine is properly mounted,
adjusted and in good operating condition.
4
Ensure that all safety shielding and safety
signs are properly installed and in good condition.
2.6 MAINTENANCE SAFETY
10. When completing a maintenance or service
function, make sure all safety shields and devices
are installed before placing unit in service.
2.7 OPERATING SAFETY
1
Please remember it is important that you
read and heed the safety signs on the 3 Point Hitch
Wood Chipper. Clean or replace all safety signs if
they cannot be clearly read and understood. They
are there for your safety, as well as the safety of
others. The safe use of this machine is strictly up to
you, the operator.
2
All things with moving parts are potentially
hazardous. There is no substitute for a cautious,
safe-minded operator who recognizes potential
hazards and follows reasonable safety practices.
The manufacturer has designed this 3 Point Hitch
Wood Chipper to be used with all its safety
equipment properly attached, to minimize the
chance of accidents. Study this manual to make
sure you have all safety equipment attached.
3
Close and secure rotor cover before
operat- ing.
4
Close and secure all guards, deflectors and
shields before starting and operating.
5
Read and understand operator's manual
before starting. Review safety instructions annually.
6
Personal protection equipment including
hearing protection, hard hat, safety glasses, safety
shoes, and gloves are recommended during
assembly, installation, operation, adjustment,
maintaining, repairing, removal, or moving. Do not
allow long hair, loose-fitting clothing, or jewellery to
be around moving parts.
park brake and wait for all moving parts to stop
before servicing, adjusting, repairing or unplugging.
10
Do not run machine inside a closed
building to prevent asphyxiation from engine
exhaust.
11. Use care when feeding material into chipper. Do
not send metal, bottles, cans, rocks, glass or other
foreign material into wood chipper. If foreign
material enters chipper, stop machine, turn engine
off and place ignition key in your pocket and wait for
all moving parts to stop before removing material
and/or unplugging. Inspect machine for damaged or
loose parts before resuming work.
12. Never use alcoholic beverages or drugs which
can hinder alertness or coordination while operating
this equipment. Consult your doctor about operating
this machine while taking prescription medications.
13. Do not allow riders on this machine at any time.
There is no safe place for any riders.
14. Never allow children or unauthorized people to
operate or be around this machine.
15. Do not reach into rotor or feed hopper openings when the engine is running. Install and secure
access covers before starting engine.
16 Keep the working area clean and free of debris to prevent tripping. Operate only on level
ground.
17 Do not point discharge at people, animals
or buildings. Rotor can expel wood chips
fast enough to cause injury.
7
Keep hydraulic lines and fittings tight, in
good condition and free of leaks.
8
Never place any part of your body where it
would be in danger if movement should occur
during assembly, installation, operation, maintenance, repairing, unplugging or moving.
9
Turn machine off, stop and disable engine,
remove ignition key and place in your pocket, set
1.
Do not move or transport chipper when the
rotor is turning.
2.
Do not exceed a safe travel speed when
transporting.
2.8 HYDRAULIC SAFETY
1. Make sure that all the components in the hydraulic system are kept in good condition and are clean.
2. Before applying pressure to the system, make sure all components are tight, and that lines, hoses and couplings
are not damaged.
3. Do not attempt any makeshift repairs to the hydraulic lines, fittings or hoses by using tapes, clamps or cements.
The hydraulic system operates under extremely high pressure. Such repairs will fail suddenly and create a hazardous
and unsafe condition.
4. Wear proper hand and eye protection when searching for a high pressure hy- draulic leak. Use a piece
of wood or cardboard as a backstop
instead of hands to isolate and identify a leak.
5. If injured by a concentrated
high-pressure stream of hydraulic fluid, seek
medical attention immediately.
Serious infection or toxic reaction can develop from
surface.
hydraulic fluid piercing the skin
6. Relieve pressure on hydraulic
system before maintaining or working on system.
2.9 STORAGE SAFETY
1
Store the unit in an area
away from human activity.
2
Do not children to play on
or around the stored machine.
3
Store the unit in a dry, level area. Support the frame with planks if required.
2.10 TRANSPORT SAFETY
1
Comply with state and local laws governing safety and transporting of machinery on public roads.
2
Check that all the lights, reflectors and other lighting requirements are installed and in good working condition.
3
Do not exceed a safe travel speed. Slow down for rough terrain and cornering.
4
Fold up and secure feed hopper before moving or transporting.
5
Be sure the machine is hitched positively to the tractor and a retainer is used through the mounting pins.
6
Do not drink and drive.
7
Be a safe and courteous driver. Always yield to oncoming traffic in all situations, including narrow bridges,
intersections, etc. Watch for traffic when operating near or crossing road- ways.
8
Never allow riders on the machine.
A
SAFETY SIGN LOCATIONS
The types of safety signs and locations on the equipment are shown in the illustrations that follow. Good safety
requires that you familiarize yourself with the various safety signs, the type of warning and the area, or particular
function related to that area, that requires your SAFETY AWARENESS.
The types of safety signs and locations on the equipment are shown in the illustrations that follow. Good safety
requires that you familiarize yourself with the various safety signs, the type of warning and the area, or particular
function related to that area, that requires your SAFETY AWARENESS.
• Think SAFETY! Work SAFELY!
C
REMEMBER - If safety signs have been damaged, removed, become illegible or parts replaced without safety signs,
new signs must be applied. New safety signs are available from your authorized dealer.
The types of safety signs and locations on the equipment are shown in the illustrations that follow. Good safety
requires that you familiarize yourself with the various safety signs, the type of warning and the area, or particular
function related to that area, that requires your SAFETY AWARENESS.
E
D
REMEMBER - If safety signs have been damaged, removed,
become illegible or parts replaced without safety signs, new
signs must be applied. New safety signs are available from
your authorized dealer.
The types of safety signs and locations on the equipment are shown in the illustrations that follow. Good safety
requires that you familiarize yourself with the various safety signs, the type of warning and the area, or particular
function related to that area, that requires your SAFETY AWARENESS.
F
REMEMBER -If safety signs have been damaged, removed, become illegible or parts replaced without safety signs,
new signs must be applied. New safety signs are available from your authorized dealer.
The types of safety signs and locations on the equipment are shown in the illustrations that follow. Good safety
requires that you familiarize yourself with the various safety signs, the type of warning and the area, or particular
function related to that area, that requires your SAFETY AWARENESS.
REMEMBER - If safety signs have been damaged, removed, become illegible or parts replaced without safety signs,
new signs must be applied. New safety signs are available from your authorized dealer.
The types of safety signs and
locations on the equipment are
shown in the illustrations that
follow. Good safety requires that
you familiarize yourself with the
various safety signs, the type of
warning and the area, or
particular function related to that
area, that requires your SAFETY
AWARENESS.
H
J
REMEMBER - If safety signs have been damaged, removed,
become illegible or parts replaced without safety signs, new
signs must be applied. New safety signs are available from your authorized dealer.
ASSEMBLING
The machine comes from the factory in a shipping
configuration. Always use tools equipment and forklifts of
appropriate size and capacity for the job. Always use 2 men
when lifting, moving and assembling the machine.
When the machine is shipped, follow this procedure when
preparing for the customer:
1
Clear the area of bystanders especially small
children before starting.
2
Use a forklift to lift the pallet/machine from the
truck. Carry the load close to the ground.
3
Move the machine to the assembly area. Be sure
there is sufficient clearance to access the machine from all
sides.
Fig. 1 SHIPPING
4. Cut the tie-down straps.
5. Lay-out components next to machine.
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
TIE-DOWNS
LAY-OUT
6. Use a forklift to raise and lift the frame.
7. Or alternatively attach a lifting device to the lifting
bracket on top of the frame.
Fig. 4 LIFTING
8. Remove pallet and place machine on the ground.
Fig. 5 PALLET REMOVED
9. Release feed hopper transport latch and lower hopper
into the working position. Stow anchor latch.
Fig. 6 HOPPER TRANSPORT LATCH
10. Tighten anchor bolts to their specified torque.
Fig. 7 ANCHOR BOLTS (TYPICAL)
11. Connect the PTO drivline:
a. Raise the input shaft guard.
b. Check that the driveline telescopes easily and that
the shield rotates freely.
c. Attach the driveline to the chipper input shaft by
depressing the lock pin, slide yoke over the shaft and
pushing on the yoke until the lock pin clicks into position.
NOTE
Be sure the yoke with the shear pin is attached
to the machine shaft.
d. Lower the guard to cover the input shaft.
DRIVELINE (TYPICAL)
12. Depress handle on discharge chute latch and turn
assembly to its desired position. Turn until latch
seats in its detent.
Fig. 9 DISCHARGE CHUTE
OPERATION
5. 1 TO THE NEW OPERATOR OR OWNER
The KAIDELI 3 Point Hitch Wood Chippers are designed to chip or chop scrap lumber, small trees, brush, limbs and
other wood debris. The chipped material is fine enough to be composted or used in a variety of ways.
It is the responsibility of the owner or operator to read this manual and to train all other operators before they
start working with the machine. Follow all safety instructions exactly. Safety is everyone's business. By
following recommended procedures, a safe working environment is provided for the operator, bystanders and
the area around the worksite. Untrained operators are not qualified to use the machine.
Follow all safety instructions exactly. Safety is everyone's business. By following recommended procedures,
a safe working environment is provided for the operator, bystanders and the area around the worksite.
Untrained operators are not qualified to operate the machine.
Many features incorporated into this machine are the result of suggestions made by customers like you. Read this
manual carefully to learn how to use the chipper safely and how to set it to provide maximum field efficiency. By
following the using instructions in conjunction with a good mainte- nance program, your 3 Point Hitch Wood Chipper
will provide many years of trouble-free service.
5.2 MACHINE
COMPONENTS
The KAIDELI 3 Point
Hitch Wood Chipper is a
rotor with blades for chipping wood. A hinged feed
hopper moves the wood
material into the rotor.
Each rotor is designed with
4 blades and a twig-break
er to generate the small
pieces of wood. A station
ary knife at the rear of the
rotor housing is placed by
the moving knives to shear,
chip or chop the material.
The tractor provides
rotational power
through a PTO shaft on
the front
of the frame and hydraulic
power for the hydraulic
feed hopper.
A Manual Feed Hopper B Discharge Hood C Rotor Housing D Rotor Blade E Stationary Blade F Twig Breaker G
Hood Deflector H Hydraulic Feed Hopper J Hydraulic Feed Control K Hydraulic Motor L PTO Driveline M Rotor N Paddle O
Fig. 1 0 PRINCIPLE COMPONENTS
5.3 MACHINE BREAK-IN
Although there are no operational restrictions on
the Wood Chipper when used for the first time, it
is recommended that the following mechanical
items be checked:
A. After operating for 1 hour:
1
Torque all fasteners and hardware.
2
Check condition of rotor bearings.
3
Check the condition and clearance of the
twig-breaker, rotor and stationary blades. Adjust or
replace as required.
4
Check for entangled material. Remove all
entangled material before resuming work.
5
Lubricate all grease fittings.
B. After operating for 10 hours:
1
Repeat steps 1 through 5 listed above.
(Section A)
2
Go to the normal servicing and maintenance schedule as defined in the Maintenance
Section.
5.4 PRE-OPERATION CHECKLIST
Efficient and safe operation of the KAIDELI 3
Point Hitch Wood Chipper requires that each
operator reads and understands the using
procedures and all related safety precautions
outlined in this section. A pre-operation
checklist is provided for the operator. It is
important for both the personal safety and
maintaining good mechanical condition that this
checklist is followed.
Before operating the Wood Chipper and each
time thereafter, the following areas should be
checked off:
1
Lubricate the machine per the schedule
out- line in the Maintenance Section.
2
Check the rotor, blades and twig-breaker.
Remove any twine, wire or other material that has
become entangled.
3
Check the condition and clearance of the
twig- breaker, rotor and stationary blades. Adjust or
replace as required.
4
Check that all bearings turn freely. Replace any
that are rough or seized.
5
Make sure that all guards and shields are in
place, secured and functioning as designed.
6
Check the condition of the curtain in the feed
hopper. It must be in good condition to prevent chips
from flying out.
5. 5 DRIVELINE DIMENSION
A PTO driveline is supplied with the machine. To accompany the variety of 3 point hitch geometry available
today, the driveline can be too long for most machines or too
short for others. It is very important that the driveline be free
to telescope but not to bottom out when going through its
working range. If the driveline bottoms out, the bearings on
both the machine and tractor PTO shaft will be overloaded
and fail in a short time.
1. To determine the proper length of the driveline, follow
this procedure:
a. Clear the area of bystanders, especially small children.
b. Attach the chipper to the tractor (see section 5.8) but do not
attach the driveline.
c. Raise the machine until the input shaft is level with the tractor
PTO shaft.
d. Measure the dimension between the locking grooves on the
tractor PTO shaft and the machine input shaft.
e. Measure the same dimensions on the compressed driveline.
f. If the compressed driveline dimension exceeds the machine
dimension, the driveline will have to be cut.
2. When cutting the driveline, follow this procedure:
a. Subtract the machine dimension (A) from the uncut driveline
dimension (B) or (B-A). This dimension determines how much too
long the driveline is.
b. Add another inch (25 mm) to the dimension to be sure it
doesn't bottom out, to determine
(C) the cut off dimension.
c. Use a hacksaw to cut dimension (C) from both ends.
Cut both the plastic tubes and the metal cores.
d. Use a file to remove the burrs from the edges that were
cut.
e. Assemble the 2 ends of the shaft.
f. Make sure the shaft can telescope freely. If it does not,
separate the 2 parts and inspect for burrs or cuttings on
the shaft ends. Be sure it telescopes freely before
installing.
Fig. 11 DRIVELINE DIMENSIONS
Fig. 1 2 CUT OFF DIMENSION
Fig. 1 3 SHORTENING
5.6 MOUNTING AND UNHOOKING TRACTOR
When attaching chipper to a tractor, follow this procedure:.
1
Clear the area of bystanders, especially small children.
2
Make sure there is enough room and clear- ance to safely back up to the chipper.
3
Place the tractor arms in their full sway position.
4
Back up slowly and align the lower link arms
to the pins on the machine.
5
Mounting without a Quick Hitch
a. Align the left lower link with the left chipper pin.
IMPORTANT
It may be necessary to add weight to the
lower lift arms to bring them to the
required height.
b. Insert the left pin through the ball and install the
retainer.
c. Align the right arm to the pin by turning the
jackscrew on the arm.
d. Insert the right pin through the ball and install the
retainer. Return the jackscrew to its starting position.
e. Remove the top pin and install the top link. Use the
turnbuckle to align the top link. Insert the pins and
install the retainers. Return the turnbuckle to its
original length and lock.
Fig. 1 4
TRACTOR LOWER LINKS
Fig. 1 6
TOP LINK
5. Mounting with a Quick Hitch.
a. Align the claws on the Quick Hitch slightly below the mounting pins on the chipper.
IMPORTANT
It may be necessary to add weight to the lower lift arms to bring them to the required height.
b. Back up until the pins are above the claws.
c. Use the turnbuckle on the top link to adjust the position of the top claw.
d. Raise the 3 point hitch until the pins seat in the claws.
e. Be sure the retainers are released to hold the pins in the claws.
1
Set the 3 point hitch in the non-sway position (see tractor manual for details).
2
Install the PTO driveline:
NOTE
Be sure the telescoping portion of the shaft is greased and free of dirt.
a. Slide the collar back on the yoke, align the splines and slide the yoke on the tractor.
b. Release the collar and make sure the locking pin clicks into position.
NOTE
The driveline should already have been
cut to the required length.
Fig. 17 PTO SHAFT
8. Connect the hydraulics:
a. Use a clean rag or paper towel to clean the dirt
from couplers on the hose ends and the tractor.
b. Connect the hoses to the tractor couplers. Be sure
the couplers are securely seated.
c. Route and secure the hoses along the hitch with
clips, tape or plastic ties to prevent binding and
pinching. Be sure to provide slack for turning.
NOTE
Always connect to the hydraulic circuit
with a detent.
Fig. 18 HYDRAULICS
9. Slowly raise the machine through its working range to
make sure the telescoping portion of the PTO shaft doesn't
bottom out.
10. Level the machine front and rear, and side to side using
the jackscrew on the right arm and the turnbuckle on the
top link.
The chipper should always be level on the ground in its
working position.
11. To unhook from the tractor, reverse the above
procedure. Always park the ma- chine in a dry, level
area. If vandalism is a problem, remove the PTO
driveline and store in a secure place.
Fig. 1 9 LEVELLING ADJUSTMENTS
5. 7 CONTROLS
All controls are conveniently positioned next to where
the operator would stand when feeding the machine to
provide easy operation. Review this section to
familiarize yourself with the location and function of
each control before starting.
1. Hydraulic Feed Control Lever:
This lever is positioned to extend around the feed hopper and provides access from all sides. It is only
available when the chip- per is equipped with the optional hydraulic feed hopper. Pull the control all the way
out to engage the feeding system. Push in slightly to the first detent to stop the feeding system. Push the
control all the way in to reverse the feeding system.
NOTE
Use the typical flow divider next to the control valve to set the feeding spread.
2. Deflector Position: Each discharge hood is
equipped with a deflector on the end to place the
chips exactly where desired. There are 2 types
available:
a. Manual Clamp (BX42): The deflector is held in place
by clamping bolts on each side. Loosen the clamps,
move the deflector and tighten the clamps. Position as
desired.
b. Spring-Loaded (BX62): The deflector is
spring-loaded up and held in place by a chain.
Release the chain from its anchor bracket and move
the deflector to its desired position. Secure chain in its
anchor bracket.
1
PTO Control: If you are not familiar with the
location of the PTO control on your tractor, review
your tractor's Operator's Manual. Always engage the
PTO control slowly when the engine is running at low
idle RPM. Disengage the PTO control slowly at low
RPM to allow the machine to slow and stop before
engaging the PTO brake. Remember the PTO drives
the rotor. When the PTO is engaged the rotor will also
start to turn.
2
Flow Control Valve: This manually-set flow
divider allows the operator to set the flow through the
cir- cuit from 0% to 100% by dumping the excess flow
back to the tractor. A scale on the face of the valve is
numbered from 0 to 10 to define the percent of flow
from 0 to 100% flowing into the circuit. The hydraulic
feed circuit is equipped with a flow divider so the
operator can adjust the feeding speed appropriate for
the operat- ing conditions. Loosen the lock and move
the pointer arm to the desired position. Tighten the
lock bolt. Adjust in small increments as a small change
can result in a large change to feeding speed.
Fig. 22 FLOW CONTROL VALVE
5. 8 FIELD OPERATION
Although the 3 Point Hitch Wood Chipper is easy to use, each operator should review this section to familiarize
himself with the detailed safety and operating procedures. When using this machine, follow this procedure:
1
Clear the area of bystanders, especially small children.
2
Review and follow the Pre-Operation Check- list (see Section 5.4).
3
Attach the machine to the tractor (see Section 5.6).
4
Drive to the work area and position at the worksite.
5
Set park brake.
6
Stop engine.
7
Remove ignition key and place in your pocket.
8
Move the feed hopper down into its working configuration and secure with the anchor nuts.
9
10
Turn discharge hood to its working position.
Starting the Machine:
a. Start the tractor engine.
b. Move the throttle to its low idle position.
c. With the engine at low idle, slowly
engage the PTO control.
d. Slowly increase the engine speed until
the PTO is at rated speed.
e. With the manual feeding model, start
feeding material into the hopper.
f. With the hydraulic feeding model:
•
Place the tractor hydraulic lever
into its detent position.
•
Move the control lever into the feed
position.
•
Start feeding material into the hopper.
11. Stopping:
a. Stop feeding material into the hopper.
b. Place the hydraulic feed control in off/ neutral.
c. Slow engine RPM.
d. Place hydraulic lever in its OFF position.
e. Disengage PTO.
f. Stop engine, remove ignition key and place in your
pocket and wait for all moving parts to stop.
Fig. 23 FEED HOPPER/DISCHARGE HOOD
12. Emergency Stopping:
Stop tractor engine if an emergency oc- curs.
Correct emergency situation before starting
engine and resuming work.
13. Feeding:
a. Manual Feed:
Slowly slide the wooden material into the feed
hopper and move it into the rotor.
Do not push the material with a lot of force into the
rotor.
Do not push the material too fast into the rotor.
Stop and slow down if the engine starts to slow
down.
Do not reach into the feed hopper further than the
curtain to be sure not to contact the blades on the
rotor.
Use a stick or branch to push any piece of
material into the rotor that does not move on its
own and stops in the hopper. Do not take a chance with
getting your hand caught in the rotor.
Hydraulic Feed:
Slowly slide the wooden material into the feed hopper until
the roller grabs the mate- rial and move it into the rotor.
Use the flow divider on the side of the feed hopper to set the
feeding speed.
Do not reach into the feed hopper further than the curtain to
be sure not to contact the feed roller or the blades on the
rotor.
Use a stick or branch to push any piece of material into the
feed roller that does not move on its own and stops in the
hopper. Do not take a chance with getting your hand caught
in the feed roller.
14. Always wear personal protective equipment (PPE) whenever operating the machine. This includes but is not
limited to protective shoes with slip resistant soles, protective goggles or face shield, heavy gloves, hearing
protection and protective clothing.
Fig. 25
OPERATING
15. Do not place metal, bottles, cans, rocks, glass or other solid material into the wood chipper. If something like
this gets into the machine, stop the machine immediately for a detailed inspection. Stop engine, remove ignition
key and place in your pocket and wait for all moving parts to stop before inspecting or unplugging. Inspect
machine for damaged or loosened parts before resuming work.
16. Blades: There are 2 types of blades used on the Wood Chipper. They work together to cut, shear and shred the
wood as it moves through the 18. Twig Breaker: Each machine is equipped with a twig breaker to break up twigs or
other long material as it moves through the rotor compartment. Open the rotor cover and check the condition of the
breaker on a weekly basis. Also check for any entangled material when the rotor cover is opened. Remove this
material prior to closing the cover and resuming work.
19. Shear Pin: The PTO driveline is designed with a
shear pin at the input yoke to prevent overloading the
drive system. Remove the broken parts from the yoke
when the pin shears and replace with genuine KAIDELI
parts. The drive system is designed to function well
without failing the shear pin. If it does fail, generally it is
being fed too fast or something very hard has been
jammed into the rotor or between the blades. Always
unplug the system and determine the cause of the
problem and correct it before resuming work.
20. Unplugging: Although the machine is designed to
handle a wide variety of material without any problem, occasionally it plugs. When the machine plugs,
follow this procedure to unplug:
a. Clear the area of bystanders, especially small children.
b. Stop the engine, remove the ignition key and place it in
your pocket and wait for all moving parts to stop before
unplugging.
c. Pull the material out of the feed hopper or reverse the
hydraulic feed hopper. Be sure all the material is out and
nothing is jammed or wedged between the input opening
and the rotor.
d. Pull the material out of the discharge hood. Use a stick
to poke loose any material jammed into the discharge
hood. Do not allow anything to remain in this area.
e. Severe plug:
•
Loosen the feed hopper anchor nuts and raise the
feed hopper. Remove material from inside the rotor
com- partment.
•
Clean out the discharge area/rotor.
•
Open the rotor cover and clean out the housing.
Be sure to turn the rotor by hand to be sure there is
nothing jammed between the rotor and stationary
blades.
•
Close, install and fold down all com- ponents
opened to unplug. Tighten fasteners to their specified
torque.
•
f. Check that everyone is clear of machine before
restarting engine.
•
g. Start the engine, engage the PTO and resume
working.
21 . Cleaning: Clean the machine frequently to prevent
a buildup of dust, chips and trash on the frame. A clean
machine reduces the chance of rusting.
Fig. 30 CLEANING
22. Curtains: Each feed hopper is designed with an
internal rubber/belting curtain to prevent chips and debris
from coming out of the hopper when work- ing. Check
the condition of the curtain each day prior to starting.
Replace the curtain if torn, damaged or missing to
minimize the chance of material coming out of the feed
hopper.
23. Sharpening Blades: The rotor and stationary blades
need to be sharp for the chipper to perform as expected. It
is recommended that the rotor blades be removed from the
rotor when sharpening. Always sharpen the blades at a
45° angle to provide the best cutting effect as it meets the
stationary blade. Be sure to tighten the blade mounting
bolts to their specified torque when re-installing the blades
to the rotor. The stationary blade is designed with 4 sharp
corners that can be utilized. When the corner facing the
rotor blade rounds over, remove the blade and re-install
with a different corner facing the rotor blade. Use the
stationary blade to set the clearance to the rotor blade
when re-installing. Be sure to tighten mounting bolts to
their specified torque.
Fig. 32
24. Hydraulic Feed Control: The
machine with the hydraulic feed
hop- per is designed with a control
lever to place the hopper in FEED
-OFF/NEUTRAL -REVERSE. Pull
all the way out to feed, push in to
the first detent for off or neutral and
fully in for reverse. In reverse the
material in the hopper is pulled out
of the rotor. Use reverse when the
rotor is overloaded, jammed or
plugged.
IMPORTANT
Check the function of the control
lever when attaching the
hydraulic lines to the tractor. The
hopper must feed in when the
lever is moved out. If it does not,
reverse the hoses. The control
lever must function like the
drawing on each side of the
hopper or the hoses must be
reversed.
Use the flow divider valve to set the
speed of the feed hopper. Use the
quality of the job being done to
establish the required feed speed.
Increase the speed when chipping
brush or twigs. Decrease the speed
when chipping hard, solid material or
when the engine is being pulled
down.
25 . Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Each person
must wear appropriate personal protective equipment
whenever operating the chipper or working in the vicinity.
This equipment is designed to prevent injury to any
personnel in the area. This list includes but is not limited to:
•
•
•
•
Safety shoes with slip resistant soles.
Safety goggles or face shield.
Hearing protection.
Heavy or leather gloves.
Fig. 34 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE
EQUIPMENT
26. Operating Hints:
a. Keep the working area clean and
free of debris to prevent slipping or
trip- ping. Operate only on level
ground.
b. Do not place hands or any body
parts into the feed hopper during
operation. Use a stick or branch to
push material into the rotor when it
goes past the curtain in the feed
hopper.
c. Do not point discharge at people,
animals or build- ings. Rotor can expel
wood chips fast enough to cause
injury.
d. Use care when feeding material into
the chipper. Do not send metal,
bottles, cans, rocks, glass or other
foreign material into the wood chipper.
If foreign material enters chipper, stop
machine, turn engine off and place
ignition key in your pocket and wait for
all moving parts to stop before
removing material and/or unplugging.
Inspect machine for damaged or loose parts before resuming work.
Fig. 35 WORKING
5.9 TRANSPORTING
1. Comply with state and local laws govern- 5. Be sure the trailer is hitched positively to ing safety and transporting of
machinery on the towing vehicle and a retainer is used public roads. through the mounting pins.
2. Check that all the lights, reflectors and 6. Do not drink and drive. other lighting requirements are installed and in
good working condition. 7. Be a safe and courteous driver. Always
yield to oncoming traffic in all situations,
3. Do not exceed a safe travel speed. Slow including narrow bridges, intersections,
down for rough terrain and cornering. etc. Watch for traffic when operating near or crossing roadways.
4. Fold up and secure feed hopper before moving or transporting. 8. Never allow riders on the machine.
When transporting the machine, review and follow these instructions:
1
Clear the area of bystanders, especially small children.
2
Check that all the lights and reflectors re- quired by the highway authorities are in place, clean and working.
3
Insure that the machine is securely attached to
the tractor with a retainer through the mounting pins.
4
Do not allow riders.
5
Never exceed a safe travel speed. Slow down
when encountering rough road conditions and
cornering.
6
Do not drink and drive.
7
Raise and secure the feed hopper before
transporting.
8
Turn the discharge hood and point toward the
rotor to reduce the width of the machine.
Fi
g.
3
6
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P
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CONFIGURATION
3
lock.
Move the feed hopper up and
4
Touch up all paint nicks and
scratches to prevent rusting.
5.10.1 PLACING IN STORAGE
5
It is best to store the machine
inside. If that is not possible, cover with
a waterproof tarpaulin and tie down securely.
After the season's use or when the machine will not
be used for a period of time, completely inspect all
major systems of the 3 Point Hitch Wood Chipper.
Replace or repair any worn or damaged components
to prevent any unnecessary down time at the
beginning of the next season.
6
Follow this procedure before storing:
When removing this machine from storage, follow
this procedure:
1
7
Do not allow children to play around the
stored unit.
5.10.2 REMOVING FROM STORAGE
Remove all material from the machine.
2
Thoroughly wash the machine with a
pressure washer or water hose to remove all dirt,
mud or debris.
1
Store in an area away from human activity.
Inspect all rotating parts for entangled mate-
rial. Remove all entangled material.
2
Run the machine a few minutes to dry the
moisture from inside the machine.
1
Remove the tarpaulin if covered.
2
Review and follow the pre-operation
checklist.
Fig. 37 STORED
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
•
Good maintenance is your responsibility.
Poor maintenance is an invitation to trouble.
•
Follow good shop practices.
-Keep service area clean and dry.
-Be sure electrical outlets and tools are
properly grounded.
-Use adequate light for the job at hand.
•
Make sure there is plenty of ventilation.
Never operate the engine of the towing vehicle in a
closed building. The exhaust fumes may cause
asphyxiation.
•
Before working on this machine, shut off the
engine, set the brake, and turn fuel valve off.
•
Never work under equipment unless it is
blocked securely.
•
Always use personal protection devices
such as eye, hand and hearing protectors, when
performing any service or maintenance work. Use
heavy gloves when handling sharp components.
•
Where replacement parts are necessary for
periodic maintenance and servicing, genuine factory
replacement parts must be used to restore your
equipment to original specifications. The
manufacturer will not be responsible for injuries or
damages caused by use of unapproved parts and/or
accessories.
•
A fire extinguisher and first aid kit should be
kept readily accessible while performing
maintenance on this equipment.
•
Periodically tighten all bolts, nuts and
screws and check that all electrical and fuel
connections are properly secured to ensure unit is in
a safe condition.
•
When completing a maintenance or service
function, make sure all safety shields and devices
are installed before placing unit in service.
6.1 SERVICE
6.1 .1
FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS
1
Grease: Use an SAE multipurpose high
temperature grease with extreme pressure (EP)
perform- ance. Also acceptable is an SAE multipurpose lithium base grease.
2
Storing Lubricants: Your machine can
operate at top efficiency only if clean
lubricants are used. Use clean containers to handle
all lubricants. Store them in an area protected from
dust, moisture and other contaminants.
6.1 .2 GREASING
Use the Maintenance Checklist provided to keep a
record of all scheduled maintenance.
1
Use a hand-held grease gun for all
greasing.
2
Wipe grease fitting with a clean cloth before
greasing, to avoid injecting dirt and grit.
3
ately.
Replace and repair broken fittings immedi-
4
If fittings will not take grease, remove and
clean thoroughly. Also clean lubricant passageway.
Replace fittings if necessary.
6.1 .3 SERVICING INTERVALS
The period recommended is based on normal
operating conditions. Severe or unusual cond- tions
may require more frequent lubrication or oil
changes.
Hours or Daily
1.
Grease PTO driveline.
2.
Check input drive belt tensioner.
3.
Check sharpness of blades:
Fig. 38 PTO driveline
Fig. 40 BELT TENSION
a. Rotor
b. Stationary Remove, sharpen or switch edge as
required.
100 Hours
1. Grease the hydraulic feed system:
a. Roller bearings.
b. Pivot bushing.
3. Grease shaft bearings on BX32 model.
a. Rotor.
b. Jack shaft.
Rear Fig. 44 BX32 BEARINGS
Annually
1. Clean machine.
6.2 MAINTENANCE
By following a careful service and maintenance program for your machine, you will enjoy many years or trouble-free
operation.
6.2.1 DRIVELINE MAINTENANCE
The PTO driveline is designed to telescope to allow for dimensional changes as the machine goes
through its operational range. A tubular guard
encloses the driving components and is designed
to turn relative to the driving components. The
1. Remove the driveline from the machine.
2. Pull driveline apart.
3. Use a screwdriver to turn lock studs on each
end. There are 2 studs per guard.
4. Pull the shaft out of the plastic tubular guard.
5. Use a solvent to clean the male and female
portions of the telescoping ends.
6. Apply a light coat of grease to each end.
7. Use a solvent to wash the grooves on each end
where the studs are located. Clean each end also.
8. Apply a light coat of grease to each groove.
9. Insert the shaft into its respective guard and align
the studs with the holes.
10. Insert the studs through the holes and seat in
the groove.
11. Turn each stud to secure guard to shaft.
12. Check that each guard turns freely on the shaft.
13. Assemble the driveline.
14. Check that the driveline telescopes easily.
15. Replace any components that are damaged or
worn.
16. Install the driveline on the machine.
driveline should telescope easily and the guard turn
freely on the shaft at all times. Annual disassembly,
cleaning and lubrication is recommended to insure
that all components function as intended. To
maintain the driveline, follow this procedure:
6.2.2 DRIVE BELT TENSION AND
ALIGNMENT (Model BX32)
A set of V belts transmits rotational power to the rotor.
They must be kept properly tensioned and the pulleys
aligned to obtain the expected perfor- mance and life.
To check the tension and alignment, follow this
procedure:
1
Clear the area of bystanders, especially small
children.
2
Turn machine off, stop engine, remove igni- tion
key and place in pocket and wait for all moving parts to
stop.
3
Remove guard over belt.
4
Push on the belt in the center of the span. The
belt should deflect approximately 1 inch (25 mm) when
pushed on with about 10 lbs. force to be properly
tensioned.
IMPORTANT
The belt should not slip when the chipper is being
used.
5. To adjust belt tension:
Use the adjusting bolt on the spring-loaded tensioning
pulley to set the belt tension. The bolt should not slip
when the machine is be- ing used with a normal load.
6. To replace belt:
a. Move idler pulley to its loosest position.
b. Replace belt.
c. Set pulley alignment.
d. Move idler pulley to set the belt tension.
e. Check frequently during the first 10 hours and set belt
tension as required.
7. Lay a straight edge across the pulley faces to check the
alignment. Adjust alignment if pul- ley faces vary more than
1/32 inch (.7 mm).
SIGNAL WORDS: Note the use of the
DANGER -
signal words DANGER, WARNING and
CAUTION with the safety messages. The
appropriate signal word for each message
has been selected using the following
guide-lines:
WARNING -
CAUTION 1 Safety of the operator and bystanders is one of
. the main concerns in designing and developing
equipment. However, every year many
2 accidents occur which could have been avoided
. by a few seconds of thought and a more careful
approach to handling equipment. You, the
operator, can avoid many accidents by
observing the following precautions in this
section. To avoid personal injury or death, study
the following precautions and insist those
working with you, or for you to follow them. In
order to provide a better view, certain
photographs or illustrations in this manual may
show an assembly with a safety shield removed.
However, equipment should never be used in
this condition. Keep all shields in place. If
shield removal becomes necessary for repairs,
replace the shield prior to use.
SPECIFICATIONS
1 MECHANICAL
3 7.
Replace
any safety sign or instruction sign that
. is not readable or is missing. Location of such
safety signs is indicated in this manual.
4
. Never use alcoholic beverages or drugs which
can hinder alertness or coordination while
using this equipment. Consult your doctor about
using this machine while taking prescription
medications.
5
. Under no circumstances should young
children be allowed to work with this
equipment. Do not allow persons to use or
assemble this unit until they have read this
manual and have developed a thorough
understanding of the safety precautions and
of how it works. Review the safety instructions
with all users annually.
6 This equipment is dangerous to children and
. persons unfamiliar with its operation. The
operator should be a responsible, properly
trained and physically able person familiar with
machinery and trained in this equipment's
operations. If the elderly are assisting with
work, their physical limitations need to be
recognized and accommodated.
Drive System Engine
Chipper capacity Chipper
Housing Opening Rotor
Size Number of Rotor
Knives Knife Type Rotor
Weight Feeding System
Dimensions (hopper
folded) Hopper Opening
Discharge Hood Rotation
Discharge Hood Height
Rated RPM Weight
7.
8.
9.
Never exceed the limits of a piece of
machinery. If its ability to do a job, or to do so
safely, is in question -DON'T TRY IT. Do not
modify the equipment in any way. Unauthorized modification may result in serious
injury or death and may impair the function
and life of the equipment. In addition to the
design and configuration of this implement,
including Safety Signs and Safety Equipment,
hazard control and accident prevention are
dependent upon the awareness, concern,
prudence, and proper training of personnel
involved in the operation, transport,
maintenance, and storage of the machine.
Refer also to Safety Messages and operation
instruction in each of the appropriate sections
of the tractor and machine manuals. Pay
close attention to the Safety Signs affixed to
the tractor and the machine.
BX32
BX42
BX62
PTO input, belt driven n/a 3"
Diameter, (takes up to 6" slab) 3"
x 6" 17 1/2" 2/offset Hardened
Tool Steel 45 lbs Self feed 54" L
x 36" W x 60" H 12 1/2" x 11 1/2"
360 58" 540 320 lbs
Direct drive, pto w/shearbolt n/a 4"
Diameter, (takes up to 10" slab) 4"
x 10" 25" 4 Hardened Tool Steel
110 lbs Self or Hydraulic 40" L x
42" x 60" H 20" x 20" 360 60"
540-1000 BX42S
-425lbs/BX42R-625lbs
Direct drive, pto w/shearbolt n/a 6"
Diameter, (takes upt ot 12" slab) 6
1/2" x 10" 30" 4 Hardened Tool Steel
180 lbs Self or Hydraulic 50"L x 52"
x74" H 25" x 25" 360 74" 540-1000
BX62S-770lbs/BX62R-1070lbs
SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
SIGNAL WORDS: Note the use of the
DANGER -
signal words DANGER, WARNING and
CAUTION with the safety messages. The
appropriate signal word for each message
has been selected using the following
guide-lines:
WARNING -
CAUTION 1 Safety of the operator and bystanders is one of
. the main concerns in designing and developing
equipment. However, every year many
2 accidents occur which could have been avoided
. by a few seconds of thought and a more careful
approach to handling equipment. You, the
operator, can avoid many accidents by
observing the following precautions in this
section. To avoid personal injury or death, study
the following precautions and insist those
working with you, or for you to follow them. In
order to provide a better view, certain
photographs or illustrations in this manual may
show an assembly with a safety shield removed.
However, equipment should never be used in
this condition. Keep all shields in place. If
shield removal becomes necessary for repairs,
replace the shield prior to use.
3 Replace any safety sign or instruction sign that
. is not readable or is missing. Location of such
safety signs is indicated in this manual.
4
. Never use alcoholic beverages or drugs which
can hinder alertness or coordination while
using this equipment. Consult your doctor about
using this machine while taking prescription
medications.
5
. Under no circumstances should young
children be allowed to work with this
7.
8.
9.
Never exceed the limits of a piece of
machinery. If its ability to do a job, or to do so
safely, is in question -DON'T TRY IT. Do not
modify the equipment in any way. Unauthorized modification may result in serious
injury or death and may impair the function
and life of the equipment. In addition to the
design and configuration of this implement,
including Safety Signs and Safety Equipment,
hazard control and accident prevention are
dependent upon the awareness, concern,
prudence, and proper training of personnel
involved in the operation, transport,
maintenance, and storage of the machine.
Refer also to Safety Messages and operation
instruction in each of the appropriate sections
of the tractor and machine manuals. Pay
close attention to the Safety Signs affixed to
the tractor and the machine.
7.2 BOLT TORQUE
CHECKING BOLT TORQUE
SIGNAL WORDS: Note the use of the
DANGER -
signal words DANGER, WARNING and
CAUTION with the safety messages. The
appropriate signal word for each message
has been selected using the following
guide-lines:
WARNING -
The tables shown below give correct torque
values for various bolts and capscrews.
Tighten all bolts to the torques specified in
chart unless otherwise noted. Check
tightness of bolts periodically, using bolt
torque chart as a guide. Replace hardware
with the same strength bolt.
CAUTION 1 Safety of the operator and bystanders is one of
7.
Never exceed the limits of a piece of
. the main concerns in designing and developing
8.
machinery. If its ability to do a job, or to do so
safely, is in question -DON'T TRY IT. Do not
equipment. However, every year many
9.
2 accidents occur which could have been avoided
modify the equipment in any way. Un. by a few seconds of thought and a more careful
authorized modification may result in serious
approach to handling equipment. You, the
injury or death and may impair the function
operator, can avoid many accidents by
and life of the equipment. In addition to the
ENGLISH
TORQUE
SPECIFICATIONS
observing
the following
precautions in this
design and configuration of this implement,
section. To avoid personal injury or death, study
including Safety Signs and Safety Equipment,
the following precautions and insist those
hazard control and accident prevention are
working
with
you,
or
for
you
to
follow
them.
In
dependent
upon the awareness, concern,
SIGNAL WORDS: Note the use of the
DANGER
order
to
provide
a
better
view,
certain
prudence,
and
proper training of personnel
signal words DANGER, WARNING and
photographs
or
illustrations
in
this
manual
may
involved
in
the
operation, transport,
CAUTION with the safety messages. The
show an signal
assembly
with
safety
shield removed.
maintenance, and storage of the machine.
appropriate
word
for aeach
message
equipment
never be used in
Refer also to Safety Messages and operation
hasHowever,
been selected
usingshould
the following
this
condition.
Keep
all
shields
in
place.
If
instruction in each of the appropriate sections
guide-lines:
shield removal becomes necessary for repairs,
of the tractor and machine manuals. Pay
WARNING
replace the shield prior to use.
close attention to the Safety Signs affixed to
the tractor and the machine.
3 Replace any safety sign or instruction sign that
. is not readable or is missing. Location of such
CAUTION safety signs is indicated in this manual.
1
Safety
of
the
operator
and
bystanders
is
one
of
7.
Never exceed the limits of a piece of
4
.. Never
the main
concerns
in
designing
and
developing
8.
machinery. If its ability to do a job, or to do so
use alcoholic beverages or drugs which
safely, is in question -DON'T TRY IT. Do not
equipment.
However,orevery
year many
9.
can
hinder alertness
coordination
while
2 using
accidents
occur whichConsult
could have
avoided
modify the equipment in any way. Unthis equipment.
yourbeen
doctor
about
. using
by a few
seconds
of
thought
and
a
more
careful
authorized modification may result in serious
this machine while taking prescription
approach
to
handling
equipment.
You,
the
injury or death and may impair the function
medications.
and life of the equipment. In addition to the
5 operator, can avoid many accidents by
observing
following precautions
in this
design and configuration of this implement,
no the
circumstances
should young
. Under
section.
To
avoid
personal
injury
or
death,
study
including Safety Signs and Safety Equipment,
children be allowed to work with this
the following precautions
andpersons
insist those
hazard control and accident prevention are
equipment.
Do not allow
to use or
working METRIC
with
you,
or until
for you
to follow
them.this
In
dependent upon the awareness, concern,
TORQUE
SPECIFICATIONS
assemble
this
unit
they
have read
order
to
provide
a
better
view,
certain
prudence, and proper training of personnel
manual and have developed a thorough
photographs
or
illustrations
in
this
manual
may
involved in the operation, transport,
understanding of the safety precautions and
show
anitassembly
with a the
safety
shield
removed.
maintenance, and storage of the machine.
of
how
works.
Review
safety
instructions
Torque figures indicated above are valid for non-greased or non-oiled threads and heads unless otherwise specified.
However,
equipment
should never be used in
Refer also to Safety Messages and operation
with
all
users
annually.
Therefore, do not grease or oil bolts or capscrews unless otherwise specified in this manual. When using locking
this
condition.
Keep
all
shields
in
place.
If
instruction in each of the appropriate sections
6 This increase
equipment
is dangerous
children and
elements,
torque
values
byto5%.
shield
removal
becomes
necessary
for
repairs,
of the tractor and machine manuals. Pay
. persons unfamiliar with its operation. The
replace the
shield
to use.
close attention to the Safety Signs affixed to
operator
should
beprior
a responsible,
properly
* Torque value for bolts and capscrews are identified by their head
markings.
the tractor
and the machine.
trained and physically able person familiar with
3 machinery
Replace any
safety
sign
or
instruction
sign
that
and trained in this equipment's
. operations.
is not readable
or iselderly
missing.
Location with
of such
If the
are assisting
safetytheir
signsphysical
is indicated
in this need
manual.
work,
limitations
to be
4 recognized and accommodated.
. Never use alcoholic beverages orBX32
drugs which
BX42
BX62
can
hinder
alertness
or
coordination
while
Drive System Engine
PTO input, belt driven n/a 3"
Direct drive, pto w/shearbolt n/a 4"
Direct drive, pto w/shearbolt n/a 6"
using
this equipment.
Consult
Chipper
capacity
Chipper
Diameter,your
(takesdoctor
up to 6"about
slab) 3"
Diameter, (takes up to 10" slab) 4"
Diameter, (takes upt ot 12" slab) 6
Housing
Rotor whilex taking
6" 17 1/2"
2/offset Hardened
x 10" 25" 4 Hardened Tool Steel
1/2" x 10" 30" 4 Hardened Tool Steel
usingOpening
this machine
prescription
Sizemedications.
Number of Rotor
Tool Steel 45 lbs Self feed 54" L
110 lbs Self or Hydraulic 40" L x
180 lbs Self or Hydraulic 50"L x 52"
Knives Knife Type Rotor
x 36" W x 60" H 12 1/2" x 11 1/2"
42" x 60" H 20" x 20" 360 60"
x74" H 25" x 25" 360 74" 540-1000
SIGNAL WORDS: Note the use of the
7.3 HYDRAULIC FITTING
TORQUE
DANGER -
signal words DANGER, WARNING and
CAUTION with the safety messages. The
appropriate signal word for each message
has been selected using the following
guide-lines:
WARNING -
Tightening Flare Type Tube Fittings *
CAUTION -
1
Check flare and flare seat for defects that
might cause leakage.
1 Safety of the operator and bystanders is one of
7.
Never exceed t
. the main concerns in designing and developing
8.
machinery. If its
safely, is in que
equipment. However, every year many
9.
2
Align tube with fitting before tighten- ing.
2 accidents occur which could have been avoided
modify the equ
. by a few seconds of thought and a more careful
authorized mod
3
Lubricate connection and hand tighten
approach to handling equipment. You, the
injury or death
swivel nut until snug.
operator, can avoid many accidents by
and life of the e
4
To prevent twisting the tube(s), use two wrenches.
Place one
the connector
body and with thedesign and con
observing
the wrench
followingonprecautions
in this
second tighten the swivel nut to the torque shown.
section. To avoid personal injury or death, study
including Safet
the following precautions and insist those
hazard control
5
The torque values shown are based on lubricated
connections
as or
in for
reass
working
with you,
you to follow them. In
dependent upo
order to provide a better view, certain
prudence, and
photographs or illustrations in this manual may
involved in the
show an assembly with a safety shield removed.
maintenance, a
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However, equipment should never be used in
Refer also to S
this condition. Keep all shields in place. If
instruction in ea
shield removal becomes necessary for repairs,
of the tractor an
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replace the shield prior to use.
close attention
the tractor and
3................
Replace any safety sign or instruction sign that
. is not readable or is missing. Location of such
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safety signs is indicated in this manual.
4
. Never use alcoholic beverages or drugs which
can hinder alertness or coordination while
using this equipment. Consult your doctor about
using this machine while taking prescription
medications.
5
. Under no circumstances should young
children be allowed to work with this
equipment. Do not allow persons to use or
assemble this unit until they have read this
manual and have developed a thorough
understanding of the safety precautions and
of how it works. Review the safety instructions
with all users annually.
6 This equipment is dangerous to children and
. persons unfamiliar with its operation. The
operator should be a responsible, properly
trained and physically able person familiar with
machinery and trained in this equipment's
operations. If the elderly are assisting with
work, their physical limitations need to be
recognized and accommodated.
BX32
Drive System Engine
Chipper capacity Chipper
Housing Opening Rotor
Size Number of Rotor
Knives Knife Type Rotor
Weight Feeding System
Dimensions (hopper
folded) Hopper Opening
Discharge Hood Rotation
Discharge Hood Height
Rated RPM Weight
PTO input, belt driven n/a 3"
Diameter, (takes up to 6" slab) 3"
x 6" 17 1/2" 2/offset Hardened
Tool Steel 45 lbs Self feed 54" L
x 36" W x 60" H 12 1/2" x 11 1/2"
360 58" 540 320 lbs
BX92
Drive System Engine
Direct drive, pto w/shearbolt n/a
BX42
Direct drive, pto w/shearb
Diameter, (takes up to 10
x 10" 25" 4 Hardened To
110 lbs Self or Hydraulic
42" x 60" H 20" x 20" 3
540-1000 BX42S
-425lbs/BX42R-625
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