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Original Operating Instructions

Document no.: 150000521_04_ us

Rear Mounted Mower

ActiveMow R 200

From machine no.: 976393

Contact

Mailing address

Krone North America, Inc.

P.O. Box 18880

Memphis, TN 38181-0880

USA

Phone

Fax

E-mail

Internet

Physical address

Krone North America, Inc.

3363 Miac Cove

Memphis, TN 38118

USA

+1 901 842-6011

+1 901 842-6016 [email protected]

www.krone-northamerica.com

Information for enquiries and orders

Year

Machine no.

Type

Contact data of your dealer

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3.2

3.3

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4.1.1

4.1.2

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2.3.11

2.3.12

2.3.13

2.3.14

2.3.15

2.3.16

2.3.17

2.3.18

2.3.19

2.3.20

2.4

2.4.1

2.4.2

2.4.3

2.5

2.6

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.3.1

2.3.2

2.3.3

2.3.4

2.3.5

2.3.6

2.3.7

2.3.8

2.3.9

2.3.10

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1.1

1.2

1.3

1.4

1.5

1.5.1

1.5.2

1.5.3

1.5.4

1.5.5

1.5.6

1.5.7

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Contents

Information on This Document.................................................................................................  6

Validity .........................................................................................................................................  6

Re-ordering ..................................................................................................................................  6

Applicable documents..................................................................................................................  6

Target group of this document .....................................................................................................  6

How to use this document ...........................................................................................................  6

Directories and references...........................................................................................................  6

Information on direction ...............................................................................................................  7

Term “machine”............................................................................................................................  7

Figures .........................................................................................................................................  7

Scope of the document ................................................................................................................  7

Means of representation ..............................................................................................................  7

Conversion table ..........................................................................................................................  9

Safety ........................................................................................................................................  12

Intended use ..............................................................................................................................  12

Service life of the machine.........................................................................................................  12

Basic safety instructions ............................................................................................................  12

Importance of operating instructions..........................................................................................  12

Personnel qualification of the operating personnel ....................................................................  13

Personnel qualification of the technicians..................................................................................  13

Children in danger .....................................................................................................................  13

Connecting the machine ............................................................................................................  14

Structural modifications on the machine ....................................................................................  14

Additional equipment and spare parts .......................................................................................  14

Jobs on the machine..................................................................................................................  14

Operational safety: Technically sound condition .......................................................................  14

Danger zones ............................................................................................................................  15

Ensuring functionality of safety devices .....................................................................................  17

Personal protective equipment ..................................................................................................  17

Safety markings on the machine ...............................................................................................  18

Road safety................................................................................................................................  18

Parking the machine safely .......................................................................................................  19

Consumables .............................................................................................................................  19

Dangers arising from environment.............................................................................................  20

Sources of danger on the machine ............................................................................................  21

Dangers in connection with certain activities: Working on the machine ....................................  22

Behaviour in dangerous situations and in case of accidents .....................................................  23

Safety routines ...........................................................................................................................  24

Shutting down and safeguarding the machine...........................................................................  24

Securing raised machine and machine parts against lowering..................................................  24

Carrying out oil level check and oil and filter element changes safely.......................................  25

Safety Labels on the Machine ...................................................................................................  25

Safety equipment .......................................................................................................................  30

Machine Description................................................................................................................  31

Machine overview ......................................................................................................................  31

Labelling ....................................................................................................................................  32

Pole protection mechanism .......................................................................................................  32

Technical data ..........................................................................................................................  34

Consumables .............................................................................................................................  34

Oils.............................................................................................................................................  35

Lubricating greases ...................................................................................................................  35

Control and Display Elements ................................................................................................  36

Hydraulic control units of the tractor ..........................................................................................  36

Initial Operation........................................................................................................................  37

Checklist for initial operation ......................................................................................................  37

Adapting coupling points............................................................................................................  37

Adapting universal shaft ............................................................................................................  39

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10.1

10.2

10.3

10.3.1

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11.1

11.1.1

11.1.2

11.1.3

11.1.4

11.1.5

11.1.6

11.2

11.3

11.4

11.5

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13

13.1

13.2

14

14.1

14.2

14.3

14.3.1

14.3.2

14.3.3

14.4

14.5

14.6

14.6.1

14.7

14.8

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15.1

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7.1

7.2

7.3

8

8.1

8.1.1

8.1.2

8.2

8.2.1

8.2.2

8.2.3

8.2.4

8.3

8.4

8.5

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9.1

9.2

Start-up .....................................................................................................................................  40

Connecting the machine to the tractor .......................................................................................  40

Connecting hydraulic hoses.......................................................................................................  41

Installing universal shaft ............................................................................................................  42

Operation ..................................................................................................................................  43

Front guard ................................................................................................................................  43

Folding up front guard................................................................................................................  43

Folding down front guard ...........................................................................................................  44

Operating support jack...............................................................................................................  44

Moving support jack into transport position ...............................................................................  45

Moving support jack into support position..................................................................................  45

Mounting support jack................................................................................................................  46

Dismounting support jack ..........................................................................................................  46

Locking/releasing stop cock.......................................................................................................  47

Lowering machine from transport position to working position ..................................................  47

Mowing.......................................................................................................................................  48

Driving and Transport .............................................................................................................  50

Preparing machine for road travel .............................................................................................  51

Switching off the machine ..........................................................................................................  51

Settings.....................................................................................................................................  53

Setting the mower in working position .......................................................................................  53

Setting the cutting height ...........................................................................................................  53

Increasing/reducing ground pressure ........................................................................................  54

Setting the relief spring for the carrying bar ...............................................................................  55

Maintenance - General Information........................................................................................  56

Maintenance table .....................................................................................................................  56

Maintenance - Once after 50 hours ...........................................................................................  56

Maintenance - Before the beginning of the season ...................................................................  56

Maintenance - Every 10 hours, but at least once a day.............................................................  57

Maintenance - Every 50 hours ...................................................................................................  57

Maintenance - Every 200 hours .................................................................................................  57

Maintenance - Every 6 years .....................................................................................................  57

Tightening torques .....................................................................................................................  58

Deviating tightening torques ......................................................................................................  61

Venting the friction clutch...........................................................................................................  61

Checking guard cloths ...............................................................................................................  62

Maintenance - Hydraulic System............................................................................................  63

Maintenance - Gearbox ...........................................................................................................  64

Input gearbox .............................................................................................................................  64

Main gearbox .............................................................................................................................  65

Maintenance - Cutterbar..........................................................................................................  67

Rotary hub .................................................................................................................................  67

Replacing the shear bolt at the rotary hub .................................................................................  68

Check/change blades ................................................................................................................  69

Checking the blade for wear ......................................................................................................  69

Changing blades for the “blade screw connection” version .......................................................  70

Changing blades for the “blade quick fastener” version ............................................................  71

Checking/replacing retaining bolts .............................................................................................  72

Checking/replacing blade carrier ...............................................................................................  73

Checking/replacing cutting discs/mower drums.........................................................................  75

Checking the wear limit on cutting discs/mower drums .............................................................  76

Checking/replacing linings on cutterbar .....................................................................................  76

Checking oil level .......................................................................................................................  77

Maintenance - Lubrication ......................................................................................................  79

Lubricating universal shaft .........................................................................................................  79

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Lubrication chart - Machine .......................................................................................................  80

Storage......................................................................................................................................  82

Waste disposal.........................................................................................................................  84

Index..........................................................................................................................................  85

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Information on This Document

Validity

Information on This Document

1.1

1.2

1.3

1.4

1.5

1.5.1

Validity

This document is valid for machines of type:

ActiveMow R 200

All information, illustrations and technical data in this document correspond to the latest state at the time of publication.

We reserve the right to make design changes at any time and without notification of reasons.

Re-ordering

If this document has become unusable in whole or in part, you can order a replacement, quoting the document number on the cover sheet. The document can additionally be downloaded via the KRONE Media Center http://www.mediathek.krone.de// .

Applicable documents

To ensure that the machine is used safely and as intended, observe the following further applicable documents.

• Operating instructions for universal shaft

• With front mounted mower: Operating instructions front mounted mower

• Assembly instructions, KRONE

Target group of this document

This document aims at the operator of the machine who fulfills the minimum requirements of personnel qualification,

refer to page 13

.

How to use this document

Directories and references

Contents/headers

The contents and headers in this document ensure quick orientation in the chapters.

Index

The index contains catchwords in alphabetical order which enable to find information on a desired topic easily. The index can be found on the last pages of this document.

Cross references

Cross references to another place in the document or to another document are in the text with page number.

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1.5.3

1.5.4

1.5.5

1.5.6

Information on This Document

How to use this document

Examples:

• Check all screws on the machine for firm attachment,

refer to page 7

. ( INFORMATION : If you use this document in electronic form, you get to the link to the stated page by clicking with the mouse.)

• For further information, refer to the operating instructions of the universal shaft manufacturer.

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Information on direction

Directional information in this document, such as front, rear, right and left, applies in the direction of travel of the machine.

Term “machine”

Throughout the rest of this document, the “rear mounted mower” will also be referred to as the

“machine”.

Figures

The figures in this document do not always represent the exact machine type. The information that refers to the figure always corresponds to the machine type of this document.

Scope of the document

In addition to standard equipment, accessories kits and versions of the machine are described in this document. Your machine may deviate from this document.

Means of representation

Icons in the text

The following means of representation (icons) are used to present the text more clearly:

This arrow characterizes an action step . Several arrows in a row identify a sequence of actions to be performed step by step.

This icon identifies a prerequisite that has to be fulfilled to perform an action step or a sequence of actions.

This arrow marks the intermediate result of an action step.

This arrow identifies the result of an action step or sequence of actions.

This bullet point identifies an enumeration . If the bullet point is intended, it identifies the second level of the enumeration.

Icons in figures

The following icons can be used in illustrations:

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How to use this document

Icon Explanation

Reference sign for part

Dimensions (e. g. also B = width,

H = height, L = length)

Left-hand side of the machine

Icon

Direction of travel

Reference line for visible material

Centre line

Tighten screws according to tightening torques table open

Apply liquid lubricant (e.g. lubricating oil)

Explanation

Position of a part (e.g. move from position I to position II)

Magnification of display detail

Right-hand side of the machine side

Moving direction

Reference line for covered material

Cable routes

Tighten screws with specified tightening torque closed

Apply lubricating grease

Warning signs

Warnings of dangers are separated from the remaining text as warning signs and are identified with a danger sign and signal words.

The warning signs must be read and the measures must be observed in order to prevent personal injury.

Explanation of danger sign

This is the danger sign that warns of a risk of injury.

Please observe all notes marked with the danger sign in order to avoid injuries or death.

Explanation of signal words

DANGER

The signal word DANGER warns of a hazardous situation which will result in serious injuries or death if the warning sign is ignored.

WARNING

The signal word WARNING warns of a hazardous situation which will result in serious injuries or death if the warning sign is ignored.

CAUTION

The signal word CAUTION warns of a hazardous situation which will result in minor to moderate injuries if the warning sign is ignored.

Example of a warning sign:

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WARNING

Eye damage caused by flying dirt particles

When cleaning with compressed air, dirt particles are ejected at high speed and could get into the eyes. Therefore eyes could be hurt.

„ Keep people away from the working area.

„ Wear personal protective equipment when performing cleaning work with compressed air

(e.g. eye protection).

Warnings of property damage/environmental damage

Warnings of property damage/environmental damage are separated from the remaining text and marked with “Note”.

Example:

NOTICE

Gearbox damage due to low oil level

The gearboxes could be damaged when the oil level is too low.

„ Check gearbox oil level at regular intervals and top up oil, if necessary.

„ Check gearbox oil level approx. 3 to 4 hours after the machine has been switched off.

Check oil level only when machine is in horizontal position.

Notes with information and recommendations

Additional information and recommendations for trouble-free and productive operation of the machine are separated from the remaining text and marked with “Information”.

Example:

INFORMATION

Each safety label is provided with an order number and can be ordered directly from the manufacturer or from the authorized specialist dealer.

Conversion table

The following table can be used to convert metric units into US units.

Size

Area

Volume flow Litres per minute L/min

Cubic metres per hour m³/h

Force

Length

Power

SI units (metric)

Unit name Abbreviation

Hectare ha

Newton

Millimetre

Metre

Kilowatt

N mm m kW

Factor

2.47105

0.2642

4.4029

0.2248

0.03937

3.2808

1.3410

Inch-pound units

Unit name

Acre

US gallons per minute

Pound force

Inch

Foot

Horsepower

Abbreviation acres gpm lbf in.

ft.

hp

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Size

Pressure

Torque

SI units (metric)

Unit name Abbreviation

Kilopascal kPa

Megapascal bar (non-SI)

Newtonmeter

MPa bar

Nm

Factor

0.1450

145.0377

14.5038

0.7376

Temperature Degrees Celsius °C

Velocity

Volumes

Weight

Metres per minute

Metres per second

Kilometres per hour

Litres

Millilitre

Cubic centimetre

Kilogram m/min m/s km/h

L ml cm³ kg

8.8507

°Cx1.8+32

3.2808

3.2808

0.6215

0.2642

0.0338

0.0610

2.2046

Inch-pound units

Unit name Abbreviation

Pounds per square inch psi pound-foot or foot-pound ft∙lbf pound-inch or inch-pound

Degrees

Fahrenheit in∙lbf

°F

Feet per minute ft/min

Feet per second ft/s

Miles per hour mph

US gallon

US ounce

Cubic inch

US gal.

US oz.

in³

Pound lbs

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Safety

Intended use

Safety

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.3.1

Intended use

This machine is a mower and is used to mow crops.

The crops designated for the intended use of this machine are stalk and leaf crops growing on the ground.

The machine is designed exclusively for use in agriculture and may only be used when

• all safety devices are available according to the operating instructions and are located in the protective position.

• all the safety instructions of the operating instructions must be observed and complied with,

both in chapter “Basic safety instructions”, refer to page 12

and directly in the chapters of the operating instructions.

The machine may be used only by people who satisfy the personnel qualification requirements

designated by the machine manufacturer, refer to page 13

.

These operating instructions are part of the machine and must therefore be carried along while the machine is used. The machine may be operated only when the operator has received training and in compliance with these operating instructions.

If the machine is used for applications which are not described in these operating instructions, this may result in serious injuries or death and damage to the machine and other property.

Unauthorised modifications to the machine may affect the properties of the machine or disrupt the proper operation. For this reason, unauthorised modifications shall exclude any liability of the manufacturer for consequential damage.

The intended use shall also include the adherence to the operating, maintenance and repair conditions set by the manufacturer.

Service life of the machine

• The service life of this machine depends on its proper operation and maintenance as well as the operating and harvesting conditions.

• By heeding the instructions and information in these operating instructions, permanent operational readiness and a long service life of the machine can be achieved.

• After each operating season, inspect the entire machine for wear and other damage.

• Replace damaged and worn components before recommissioning the machine.

• Carry out a full technical inspection of the machine after five years of machine operation and make a decision on further machine usage taking the results of this inspection into account.

Basic safety instructions

Non-compliance with the safety instructions and warnings

Non-compliance with the safety instructions and warnings may result in injuries and damage to the environment and property.

Importance of operating instructions

The operating instructions are an important document and a part of the machine. They are intended for the user and contain information relevant to safety.

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2.3.3

2.3.4

Safety

Basic safety instructions

2

2.3

Only the procedures indicated in the operating instructions are reliable. If the operating instructions are not followed, people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ Before using the machine for the first time, read and follow all the "Basic safety instructions".

„ Before working, also read and observe the respective sections in the operating instructions.

„ Keep the operating instructions easily accessible for the machine user at all times.

„ Keep the operating instructions ready to hand for the user of the machine in the document storage tube,

refer to page 31 .

„ Hand over the operating instructions to subsequent users.

Personnel qualification of the operating personnel

If the machine is not used properly, people may be seriously injured or killed. To avoid accidents, each person who works with the machine must satisfy the following minimum requirements:

• He is physically capable of controlling the machine.

• He can work safely with the machine in accordance with these operating instructions.

• He understands the method of operation of the machine within the scope of his work and can identify and avoid the dangers associated with the work.

• He has read the operating instructions and can implement the information in the operating instructions accordingly.

• He is familiar with driving vehicles safely.

• For road travel he has adequate knowledge of the highway code and has the stipulated driving licence.

Personnel qualification of the technicians

If the work (assembly, conversion, modification, extension, repairs, retrofitting) is performed improperly on the machine, people may be seriously or fatally injured. To avoid accidents, everyone who performs work according to these instructions must meet the following minimum requirements:

• Qualified professional, with relevant training.

• Capable of assembling the (partially) disassembled machine according to the assembly instructions provided by the manufacturer.

• Capable of extending, modifying or repairing the function of the machine according to the relevant instructions provided by the manufacturer.

• Ability to perform the work safely according to these instructions.

• Understands the mode of operation of the work to be performed and the machine and is able to identify and avoid risk in carrying out the necessary work.

• Has read these instructions and is able to implement the information explained in these instructions accordingly.

Children in danger

Children are not in a position to assess dangers and behave unpredictably.

Thus children are particularly at risk.

„ Keep children away from the machine.

„ Keep children away from consumables.

„ Make sure that there are no children in the danger zone, especially when starting and triggering machine movements.

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2.3.5

Safety

Basic safety instructions

Connecting the machine

When tractor and machine are not correctly connected, there is a risk of causing serious accidents.

„ When connecting, observe all the operating instructions:

• The operating instructions of the tractor

The operating instructions of the machine, refer to page 40

• The operating instructions of universal shaft

„ Observe the changed driving behaviour of the combination.

2.3.6

Structural modifications on the machine

Structural changes and enhancements may impair the functionality and operational safety of the machine. People may be seriously injured or killed as a result.

Structural changes and enhancements are not permitted.

2.3.7

2.3.8

2.3.9

Additional equipment and spare parts

Additional equipment and spare parts that do not correspond to the requirements of the manufacturer may affect the operational safety of the machine and cause accidents.

„ To ensure operational safety, use original parts or standard parts which correspond to the requirements of the manufacturer.

Jobs on the machine

Passengers

Passengers can be seriously injured by the machine or fall from the machine and be overrun.

Ejected objects may strike and injure passengers.

„ As a result, make sure that no one except the operator is on the machine.

Operational safety: Technically sound condition

Operation is only allowed after proper start-up

The operational safety of the machine is not ensured when it is not started up properly according to these operating instructions. Thus accidents may be caused and persons may be seriously injured and killed.

„

Only use the machine after proper start-up, refer to page 40 .

Technically sound state of the machine

Improper maintenance and setting could influence the operational safety of the machine and cause accidents. Thus there is a risk of serious injuries or death.

„ All maintenance and setting work must be performed according to the chapters

“Maintenance and Setting”.

„ Before performing any maintenance and setting work, shut down and safeguard the machine,

refer to page 24 .

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2.3

Danger resulting from damage to the machine

Damage to the machine may impair the operational safety of the machine and cause accidents.

As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed. The following parts of the machine are particularly important for safety:

• Brakes

• Steering

• Safety Devices

• Connecting devices

• Lighting equipment

• Hydraulics

• Tyres

• Universal shaft

If there are doubts about the operational safety of the machine, for example due to an unexpected change to the operational behaviour, visible damage or leaking consumables:

„

Shut down and secure the machine, refer to page 24

.

„ Immediately eliminate potential causes of damage, for example heavy soiling, or tighten slack screws.

„ In case of damage which may affect operational safety and cannot be repaired according to these operating instructions: Have damage repaired by a qualified service centre.

2.3.10

Technical limit values

If the technical limit values of the machine are not observed, the machine may be damaged. As a result, accidents may occur and people may be seriously injured or killed. Observance of the following technical limit values is particularly important for safety:

• Maximum permissible operating pressure of hydraulics

• Maximum permissible drive speed

• Maximum permissible axle loads of tractor

„

Observe the limits, refer to page 34

.

Danger zones

If the machine is switched on, its surrounding can present a danger zone.

Avoid entering the danger zone of the machine by observing the minimum safety distance.

If the safety distance is not observed, people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ Do not switch on the drives and engine if the minimum safety distance has not been observed.

„ If people fail to observe the minimum safety distance, switch off the drives.

„ Switch the machine off in shunting and field mode.

The safety distance is:

For machine in shunting operation and field mode

In front of the machine 30 m

Behind the machine 5 m

Laterally to the machine 3 m

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Safety

Basic safety instructions

For machine switched on without driving motion

In front of the machine 3 m

Behind the machine 5 m

Laterally to the machine 3 m

The safety distances specified here are minimum distances in terms of intended use. If necessary, these safety distances must be increased according to the operating and ambient conditions.

„ Before working in front of and behind the tractor and in the danger zone of the machine:

Shut down and secure the machine, refer to page 24

. This also applies to brief inspection work.

„ Consider the information in all relevant operating instructions:

• The operating instructions of the tractor

• The operating instructions of the machine

• The operating instructions of the universal shaft

Danger zone universal shaft

People may become caught by the universal shaft, pulled in and seriously injured.

„ Observe operating instructions of universal shaft.

„ Ensure sufficient overlap of section tube and universal shaft guards.

„ Make sure that the universal shaft guards are mounted and that they are fully functional.

„ Allow the universal shaft locks to engage.

„ Attach chains to prevent the universal shaft guards from rotating with the shaft.

„ Make sure that there is no one in the danger zone of PTO shaft and universal shaft.

„ Ensure that the selected speed and direction of rotation of the PTO shaft of the tractor match the permitted speed and direction of rotation of the machine.

„ Switch off the PTO shaft when the angles between the universal shaft and the PTO shaft are too large. The machine may be damaged. Parts may be hurled up and cause injury to people.

Danger zone PTO shaft

People may be caught, pulled in and seriously injured by the PTO shaft and driven parts.

Before switching on the PTO shaft:

„ Ensure that all protective devices are mounted and brought into protective position.

„ Make sure that there is no one in the danger zone of PTO shaft and universal shaft.

„ Switch off drives in case they are not needed.

Danger zone between tractor and machine

Persons staying between tractor and machine can be seriously hurt or killed as the tractor may roll away or the machine may move:

„

Before working between tractor and machine: Shut down and safeguard the machine, refer to page 24 . This also applies to short-term control work.

„ If the lifting device must be actuated, instruct all persons to keep away from the range of movement of the lifting device.

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Basic safety instructions

Danger zone because objects may shoot out

Crops and foreign bodies may shoot out and injure or kill people.

„ Before starting the machine, instruct all people to leave the danger zone of the machine.

„ If people are in the danger zone of the machine, switch off drives and diesel engine immediately.

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Danger zone when drive is switched on

When drive is switched on, there is danger to life caused by moving machine parts. People must not stay in the danger zone of the machine.

„ Before starting the machine, instruct all persons to leave the danger zone of the machine.

„ In case of dangerous situations, immediately switch off drives and instruct persons to leave the danger zone.

Danger zone due to trailing machine parts

If machine parts are trailing, people may be seriously injured or killed.

After the drives have been switched off, the following machine parts will trail:

• Universal shafts

• Cutting discs

• Conditioner

• Conveying devices

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, refer to page 24

.

„ Do not approach the machine until all machines parts have come to a complete stop.

2.3.11

Ensuring functionality of safety devices

If safety devices are missing or damaged, moving machine parts could seriously hurt or kill persons.

„ Replace damaged safety devices.

„ Mount dismounted safety devices and machine parts again before start-up and move them to protective position.

„ When there are doubts whether all safety devices are functional and have been correctly installed, instruct a specialist workshop to check this.

2.3.12

Personal protective equipment

The wearing of personal protective equipment is an important safety measure. Missing or unsuitable personal protective equipment increases health risks and injuries.

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Basic safety instructions

Personal protective equipment is for example:

• Suitable protective gloves

• Safety boots

• Close fitting protective clothing

• Hearing protection

• Safety glasses

„ Specify and provide personal protective equipment for the particular job.

„ Use only personal protective equipment which is in proper condition and offers effective protection.

„ Adjust personal protective equipment to the person, for example the size.

„ Remove unsuitable clothing and jewellery (e.g. rings, necklaces) and cover long hair with a hairnet.

2.3.13

Safety markings on the machine

Safety labels on the machine caution against dangers at danger areas and represent an important part of the safety equipment of the machine. Missing safety labels increase the risk of serious and fatal injuries.

„ Clean dirty safety labels.

„ Make sure every time after cleaning the safety labels that they are complete and legible.

„ Immediately replace missing, damaged and unrecognizable safety labels.

„ Provide spare parts with intended safety labels.

Descriptions, explanations and order numbers of safety labels, refer to page 25

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2.3.14

Road safety

Dangers for road travel

If the machine exceeds the maximum dimensions and weights specified by national law and is not correctly lit when travelling on public roads, other road users may be endangered.

„ Before driving on roads, ensure that the maximum permitted dimensions, weights and axle, drawbar and trailer loads are not exceeded which apply to driving on public roads according to national law.

„ Before driving on roads, switch on the road travel lighting and ensure that it functions properly.

„ Before driving on roads, close all stop cocks for the hydraulic supply to the machine between tractor and machine.

„ Before driving on roads, move the tractor control units to the neutral position and lock them.

Danger when driving on road and field

Hitched and mounted machines change the handling characteristics of the tractor. The handling characteristics depend for instance on operating state and ground. If changed handling characteristics are not considered, the driver may cause accidents.

„ Observe measures for driving on road and field,

refer to page 50 .

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Basic safety instructions

Danger due to machine which is not prepared properly for road travel

If the machine is not prepared properly for road travel, serious accidents may occur on the roads.

„ Before driving on roads, prepare the machine for road travel,

refer to page 51 .

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Danger when cornering with mounted machine

When cornering, the tractor with mounted machine has a larger swivelling range. This may result in accidents.

„ Consider the larger swivel range.

„ Consider people, oncoming traffic and obstacles when turning.

Dangers when operating the machine on slopes

The machine may tilt when it is used on slopes. As a result, accidents may occur and people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ Do not work and drive on a slope unless the ground of the slope is flat and the adhesion of the tyres to the ground is ensured.

„ Turn the machine at low speed. Turn in a large arc.

„ Avoid driving across a slope because the centre of gravity of the machine will be changed by payload and by executing machine functions.

„ Avoid abrupt steering movements on slopes.

„ Do not move the machine from working position to transport position or from transport position to working position as long as the machine is used across a slope.

„ Do not park the machine on slopes.

„ Observe procedures for operating the machine on slopes, .

2.3.15

Parking the machine safely

An improperly parked machine may move uncontrollably or tip over. People may be injured or killed.

„ Park the machine on a horizontal and level ground capable of bearing the load.

„ Before adjusting, repairing, servicing and cleaning the machine, ensure that it is securely positioned.

„ Note section “Parking the Machine” in chapter Driving and Transport,

refer to page 51 .

Unattended parking

Adults and especially children are at risk from an inadequately secured and unattended parked machine.

„ Before parking it: Shut down and safeguard the machine,

refer to page 24 .

2.3.16

Consumables

Unsuitable consumables

Consumables which do not comply with the requirements of the manufacturer may impair the operational safety of the machine and cause accidents.

„ Use only consumables which comply with the requirements of the manufacturer.

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Safety

Basic safety instructions

For requirements on consumables, refer to page 34 .

Environmental protection and disposal

Consumables such as diesel fuel, brake fluid, antifreeze and lubricants (e.g. gearbox oil, hydraulic oil) may damage the environment and the health of people.

„ Do not release consumables into the environment.

„ Fill consumables in a liquid-tight labelled container and dispose of according to the official regulations.

„ Absorb leaked consumables with an absorbent material, fill them in a liquid-tight labelled container and dispose of according to the official regulations.

2.3.17

Dangers arising from environment

Danger of fire

Flammable materials may accumulate in the machine due to operation or animals, for example rodents or nesting birds.

In case of dry usage conditions, dust, impurities and crop residues may inflame on hot parts and the resulting fire could seriously hurt people or kill them.

„ Check and clean the machine every day before using it for the first time.

„ Check and clean the machine regularly during the working day.

Life-threatening electric shock from overhead lines

When folding the mowers in and out, the machine may reach the height of overhead lines. This may cause voltage to flash over to the machine and cause a fatal electric shock or fire.

„ Keep a sufficient distance from electrical overhead lines when folding the mowers in and out.

„ Never fold the mowers in or out near pylons and overhead lines.

„ With mowers folded in, keep a sufficient distance from electrical overhead lines.

„ To avoid a potential electric shock caused by a voltage flashover, never leave or climb into the tractor under overhead lines.

Behaviour in case of voltage flashover of overhead lines

Electroconductive parts of the machine could be subject to high electrical voltage caused by voltage flashover. A voltage drop where major voltage differences are present is created on the ground around the machine in case of voltage flashover. Due to major voltage differences in the ground, you could be killed by electric shocks when you make big steps, lay on the ground or support yourself with your hands.

„ Do not leave the cabin.

„ Do not touch any metal parts.

„ Do not establish any conductive connection to the ground.

„ Warn persons: Do not approach the machine. Electrical voltage on the ground may lead to severe electric shocks.

„ Wait for help from professional rescue teams. The overhead line must be switched off.

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Basic safety instructions

2

2.3

If people have to leave the cabin despite the voltage flashover, for example because there is an imminent threat to life due to fire:

„ Avoid simultaneous contact with machine and ground.

„ Jump away from the machine. Jump into a safe standing position. Do not touch the machine from the outside.

„ Move away from the machine with very small steps. In doing so, make sure that your feet are close to one another.

2.3.18

Sources of danger on the machine

Noise may damage your health

The noise development of the machine during operation may cause health damage such as hardness of hearing, deafness or tinnitus. When using the machine at high rotational speed, the noise level also increases.

„ Before the machine is started up for the first time, assess the danger by noise. Depending on the ambient conditions, working hours and the working and operating conditions of the machine, specify and use suitable hearing protection.

„ Specify rules for the use of hearing protection and for the working time.

„ During operation keep windows and doors of cabin closed.

„ Remove hearing protection for road travel.

Liquids under high pressure

The following liquids are under high pressure:

• Hydraulic oil

Liquids escaping under high pressure may penetrate through the skin and cause severe injuries.

„ Shut down and safeguard the machine and contact qualified specialist workshop upon suspicion of damaged pressure system.

„ Never detect leaks with bare hands. Even a very pin-sized hole may lead to serious injuries.

„ When searching for leaks, use suitable aids, e.g. a piece of cardboard to avoid injuries.

„ Keep body and face away from leaks.

„ Consult a doctor immediately if liquid has penetrated in the body. The liquid must be removed from the body as quickly as possible.

Hot liquids

If hot liquids are drained, people may burn and/or scald themselves.

„ When draining hot consumables, wear personal protective equipment.

„ Before performing any repair, maintenance or cleaning work, allow liquids and machine parts to cool off, if necessary.

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Safety

Basic safety instructions

Damaged compressor unit

Damaged compressed air hoses of compressor unit may tear off. Hoses that move uncontrollably may hurt people seriously.

„ If it is suspected that the compressor unit is damaged, immediately contact a specialist workshop.

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, refer to page 24 .

Damaged hydraulic hoses

Damaged hydraulic hoses can tear off, burst or cause oil leaks. As a result, the machine may be damaged and people may be seriously injured.

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, refer to page 24 .

„ If it is suspected that hydraulic hoses are damaged, immediately contact a service centre, .

Hot surfaces

The following components may become hot during operation and may burn people:

• Transfer gearbox

• Mower gearbox

• Belt gearbox

• Hydraulic system

• Cutter bar

„ Maintain a sufficient distance from hot surfaces.

„ Leave machine parts to cool down and wear protective gloves.

2.3.19

Dangers in connection with certain activities: Working on the machine

Only perform work when the machine is at standstill

If the machine is not shut down and safeguarded, parts may move unintentionally or the machine may start moving. Thus there is a risk of serious injuries or death.

„ Before carrying out any repair, maintenance and cleaning work on the machine, shutdown and safeguard it,

refer to page 24 .

Maintenance and repair work

Improper maintenance and repair work endanger operational safety. Thus there is a risk of accidents, serious injuries or death.

„ Only perform work which is described in this operating instructions. Prior to any work, stop

and safeguard the machine, refer to page 24 .

„ All other maintenance and repair work must only be performed by qualified specialist workshop.

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Raised machine and machine parts

The raised machine and machine parts may fall or tilt unintentionally. People may be seriously injured or killed, as a result.

„

Do not stay under the raised machine or machine parts which are not safely supported, refer to page 24 .

„ Prior to all work on raised machines or machine parts, lower the machine or machine parts.

„ Before performing any work under raised machines or machine parts, secure the machine or machine parts with rigid safety support or with hydraulic shut-off device or by supporting against lowering.

Danger associated with welding work

Improper welding work will endanger the operational safety of the machine. As a result, accidents may occur and people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ Never perform welding work on the following components:

• Gearboxes

• Components of the hydraulics

• Components of the electronics

• Frame or supporting components

• Running gear

„ Before carrying out welding work on the machine, obtain consent by KRONE customer service and, if required, identify alternatives.

„ Before performing welding work on the machine, park the machine safely and disconnect it from the tractor.

„ Have welding work performed by experienced technicians only.

„ Attach the earthing of the welding device near the welding points.

„ Caution when performing welding work near electric and hydraulic parts, plastic parts and pressure accumulators. The parts may be damaged, endanger people or cause accidents.

2.3.20

Behaviour in dangerous situations and in case of accidents

Any measures not taken or incorrect measures in dangerous situations can make it difficult or impossible to rescue exposed persons. Due to the impeded conditions of rescue, the chances to help and heal injured people deteriorate.

„ As a matter of principle: Park the machine.

„ Get an overview of the existing danger and identify the reason.

„ Secure the accident site.

„ Save persons from the danger zone.

„ Leave danger zone and do not enter it again.

„ Alarm rescue workers and seek help, if possible.

„ Carry out immediate lifesaving actions.

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2.4

Safety

Safety routines

Safety routines

2.4.1

2.4.2

Shutting down and safeguarding the machine

WARNING

Risk of injury due to movement of the machine or machine parts

If the machine has not been shut down, machine or machine parts may move unintentionally.

As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ Before leaving the operating position: Shut down and safeguard the machine.

To shut down and safeguard the machine:

„ Park the machine on a stable, horizontal and level ground.

„ Switch off the drives and wait until coasting parts have come to a complete stop.

„ Lower machine completely to the ground.

„ Switch off tractor engine, remove the ignition key and carry it with you.

„ Secure the tractor against rolling away.

Securing raised machine and machine parts against lowering

WARNING

Crushing hazard due to movement of machine or machine parts

If the machine or machine parts are not secured against lowering, the machine or machine parts may roll, fall or sag. Thus people could be squeezed or killed.

„ Lower the raised machine parts.

„ Shut down and safeguard the machine,

refer to page 24 .

„ Before working on or under raised machine parts: Secure machine or machine parts against lowering by means of hydraulic shut-off device (e.g. stop cock) on machine side.

„ Before working on or under raised machine parts: Safely support machine or machine parts.

In order to safely support the machine or machine parts:

„ To support, only use suitable and sufficiently dimensioned materials that do not break or yield.

„ Bricks and hollow blocks are not suitable for safely supporting the machine and machine parts. Therefore they must not be used.

„ Car jacks are also not suitable for safely supporting the machine and machine parts. They must not be used, as well.

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2.5

Safety

Safety Labels on the Machine

Carrying out oil level check and oil and filter element changes safely

2

2.5

WARNING

Carrying out oil level check and oil and filter element changes safely

If oil level check and oil and filter element changes are not carried out safely, the operational safety of the machine may be impaired. This may result in accidents.

„ Carry out oil level check and oil and filter element changes safely.

To carry out oil level check, oil and filter element changes safely:

„ Lower raised machine parts or secure them against falling,

refer to page 24 .

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, refer to page 24 .

„ Observe the intervals for oil level check, oil and filter element changes,

refer to page 56 .

„ Use only the oil grades and quantities specified in the consumables table,

refer to page 34 .

„ Clean the area around the parts (for example gearbox, high-pressure filter) and make sure that no foreign objects get into the parts or the hydraulic system.

„ Check existing seal rings for damage and replace them, if necessary.

„ Collect leaking or waste oil in a container designated for the purpose and dispose of it

properly, refer to page 20

.

Safety Labels on the Machine

Every safety label is provided with an order number and can be ordered directly from the authorised KRONE dealer. Immediately replace missing, damaged and unrecognisable safety labels.

When attaching safety labels, the contact surface on the machine must be clean and free of dirt, oil and grease to ensure optimum adhesion of the labels.

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Safety

Safety Labels on the Machine

Position and meaning of safety labels

KM000-414

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1.

Order No. 27 002 054 0 (1x)

CAUTION

To avoid serious injury or death.

• Read and understand operator´s manual before operating equipment.

• Lower implement, stop tractor engine and remove key before leaving operator´s platform.

• Keep all shields and guards in place.

• Keep hands, feet and clothing away from moving parts.

• Keep riders off the machine.

• Make certain everyone is clear of the machine before starting tractor engine and starting.

• Do not allow unqualified operator to run equipment.

• Do not operate equipment in transport position.

• Never lubricate, adjust, unclog or service the equipment with tractor engine is running.

• Wait for all movement to stop before opening shield or servicing machine.

• Never work underneath equipment without securely supporting.

2.

Order No. 27 004 600 0 (1x) / 540 rpm with green main gearbox

CAUTION!

Max. PTO speed 540 RPM

2

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Order No. 27 004 599 0 (1x) 1,000 rpm with beige main gearbox

CAUTION!

Max. PTO speed 1000 RPM

3.

Order No. 27 004 598 1 (1x)

CAUTION!

The operating pressure of the hydraulic system must not exceed 200 bar.

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Safety

Safety Labels on the Machine

4.

Order No. 27 002 057 0 (2x)

5.

Order No. 27 002 056 0 (2x)

6.

Order No. 27 002 059 0 (1x)

7.

8.

Order No. 27 002 058 0 (2x)

9.

Order no. 27 002 060 0 (1x)

Ord. no. 27 009 069 0 (1x)

WARNING

To avoid personal injury.

Never put your hand into the danger area as parts may be moving.

DANGER

Blade can cause serious injury or death.

• Stay clear of machine while in operation.

• Keep discharge chute and shields in place.

CAUTION

• High pressure oil leaks can penetrate skin causing serious injury and gangrene. (See operators manual & consult a physican immediately.)

• Do not use finger or skin to check leaks.

• Lower load, release pressure an be sure oil cool before loosening fitting.

WARNING

To avoid Possible injury.

Do not stand between tractor and machine or near machine while changing from transport position or to transport position.

WARNING

Cutting blade continue to rotate after PTO has been disengaged.

To avoid personal injury.

Look & listen for rotation to stop. Do not open cover until all components have stopped.

DANGER

To avoid injury or death, do not contact electric lines.

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10. Order No. 949 228 0 (1x)

11. Order No. 942 229 0 (1x)

Safety

Safety Labels on the Machine

2

2.5

DANGER

ROTATING DRIVELINE – CONTACT CAN

CAUSE DEATH. KEEP AWAY!

DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT-

• All driveline guards, tractor and equipment shields in place.

• Driveline securely attached at both ends.

• Driveline guards that turn freely on driveline.

DANGER

• Shield missing, do not operate

12. Order no. 27 002 055 0 (2x)

13. Order No. 27 021 593 0 (1x)

DANGER

Thrown objects can cause serious injury or death.

• Stay clear of machine while in operation.

• Keep discharge chute and shields in place.

• Replace worn or damaged protective skirting.

WARNING

Keep tractor hydraulic controls locked during road transport to prevent implement movement and possible personal injury.

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2.6

2.6

Safety

Safety equipment

Safety equipment

KMG000-088

Pos.

1

Designation

Stop cock

2 Support jack

Explanation

• When transporting the machine and when working under the machine, always close the stop cock.

• The support jack is designed for the stability of the machine when it is not connected to the

tractor, refer to page 44 .

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3.1

Machine Description

Machine overview

Machine Description

Machine overview

3

3.1

KMG000-072

6

7

4

5

8

9

1

2

3

Document storage tube

Three-point hitch

Universal shaft bracket

Impact damage protection system

Cutterbar

Locking for relief spring(s)

Stop cock

Universally-jointed drive shaft

Spare blade drawer

10 Blade key

11 Friction clutch

12 Relief spring(s) carrying bar

13 Locking

14 Mower gearbox

15 Intermediate universal shaft

16 Support jack

17 Main gearbox

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3.2

3.2

Machine Description

Labelling

Labelling

INFORMATION

The entire identification plate represents a legal document and should not be altered or rendered illegible!

3.3

KMG000-021

The machine data are specified on the type plate (1). The type plate is mounted on the face side on the three-point hitch.

Information for enquiries and orders

If you have any further queries on the machine or if you want to order spare parts, always enter type designation, vehicle identification number and year of manufacture of the corresponding machine. To ensure that these data are always available, we recommend to enter them in the fields on the front cover page of these operating instructions.

Pole protection mechanism

WARNING

Risk of accident due to changed driving behaviour

If the value for the spring on the impact damage protection system is changed, the trigger moment of the impact damage protection system also changes. As a result, the impact damage protection system may trigger in the transport position in case of abrupt loads and the driving behaviour may change. This can lead to accidents.

„ Never change the value for the spring on the impact damage protection system.

NOTICE

Machine damage due to impact damage protection system which does not engage automatically when reversing.

If the impact damage protection system does not engage automatically when reversing, the machine may be damaged.

„ Relieve the relief spring(s) and reverse until the impact damage protection system engages, Adjusting the relief spring(s).

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KMG000-032

Machine Description

Pole protection mechanism

3

3.3

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4.1

4

Technical data

Consumables

Technical data

Dimensions

Working width

Transport width

Transport height

Acreage output

Dead weight

Cutting height

Series version

High-cut skid version

Combi skid version

Minimum tractor requirements

Power requirement

PTO speed

Required hydraulic connections

Single-acting hydraulic connection

Machine equipment (series)

Lower link hitch

SafeCut

Blade quick fastener or blade screw connection

Number of cutting discs

Number of mower drums

Mechanical spring relief

Ambient temperature

Temperature range for machine operation

Airborne noise emission

Equivalent continuous sound pressure level

2,050 mm

2,013 mm

2,680 mm

2.5 ha/h approx. 440 kg

Setting range approx. 1–7 cm approx. 6–12 cm approx. 4–10 cm

20 kW (27 HP)

540 min ⁻ ¹

1x

Cat. I and cat. II

Series

Series

3 units

2 units

Series

-5 to +45°C

>85 dB(A)

4.1

Consumables

NOTICE

Complying with change intervals for biooils

To ensure high life expectancy of the machine, it is absolutely necessary to comply with change intervals for biooils due to the ageing of the oils.

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4.1.2

Technical data

Consumables

4

4.1

NOTICE

Mixing types of oil

If types of oil are mixed, the machine could be damaged.

„ Never mix different types of oil.

„ Before changing the type of oil, consult customer service. Never use engine oil.

Bio-degradable lubricants on request

Oils

Designation

Input gearbox

Main gearbox

Cutterbar

Filling quantity

0.5 l

0.3 l

4.0 l

Specification

SAE 90

SAE 90

SAE 90

Initial filling ex works

Wiolin ML 4 SAE 90

Wiolin ML 4 SAE 90

Wiolin ML 4 SAE 90

The filling quantities of the gearboxes are guide values. The correct values result from oil

change/oil level check, refer to page 64

.

Lubricating greases

Designation

Manual lubrication points

Filling quantity

As required 1

Specification

Lubricating grease to DIN

51818 of NLGI class 2, Li soap with EP additives

1 Lubricate the manual lubrication point until grease escapes at the bearing position. After lubricating, remove the grease escaping from the bearing position.

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5

Control and Display Elements

Hydraulic control units of the tractor

Control and Display Elements

5.1

Hydraulic control units of the tractor

Designation

Single-acting control unit (1+) and operating cable

Single-acting control unit (1+)

Function

Pull the operating cable and keep it tensioned.

Float position

Lowers the mower from the transport position to the working position.

(1+)

Raises the mower from the working position to the transport position.

Float position

Lowers the mower from the headland position to the working position.

(1+)

Raises the mower from the working position to the headland position.

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Initial Operation

Checklist for initial operation

6

6.1

Initial Operation

WARNING

Risk of accident or damage to the machine due to incorrect initial operation

Machines which are not assembled by technicians may be defective due to lack of knowledge. As a result, people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The initial operation must be carried out by an authorised technician only.

„ Read in full and observe the personnel qualification of technicians,

refer to page 13 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety instructions

If the relevant safety instructions are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ To avoid accidents, the relevant safety instructions must be read and observed,

refer to page 12 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

refer to page 24

.

6.1

6.2

Checklist for initial operation

ü The machine is mounted according to assembly instructions of the machine.

ü All screws and nuts have been checked to make certain they are tight and tightened to the

specified tightening torque, refer to page 58

.

ü The safety devices have been mounted and checked for completeness and damage.

ü The machine has been fully lubricated,

refer to page 80 .

ü

The oil level has been checked on all gearboxes, refer to page 64

.

ü The hydraulic system has been checked for leaks.

ü The tractor corresponds to the machine requirements,

refer to page 34

.

ü The axle loads, the minimum counterweight and the total weight have been checked.

ü The universal shaft length has been checked and adjusted,

refer to page 39 .

ü

The blades have been inserted, refer to page 69

.

ü The hydraulic system has been vented.

ü The friction clutch has been vented,

refer to page 61 .

Adapting coupling points

WARNING

Risk of accident by connecting the machine to U-frame coupler

If the machine is not directly connected to three-point hitch of tractor but to U-frame coupler, the machine may tear from the tractor. This may result in serious accidents.

„ Only connect the machine to the three-point hitch of the tractor.

„ Never mount the machine on U-frame coupler.

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6.2

Initial Operation

Adapting coupling points

KM000-410

There are two possibilities to mount the mower:

Ball sleeves of category II (cat. II)

The lower link pins are mounted in the factory for category II (cat. II) in the position I (I).

Ball sleeves of category I (cat. I)

For ball sleeves of category I (cat. I), the lower link pin (1) must be offset outwards.

„ Unscrew the cylinder screws (2).

„ Pull out the shorter lower link pin (3), turn it by 180° and insert it from the inside.

„ Pull out the longer lower link pin (1) outwards up to the next borehole.

„ Secure both lower link pins (1, 3) with the cylinder screws (2).

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KM000-433

On wider tractors or when working in combination with front mounted mower (working width of approx. 2.8–3.2 m), it is recommended to reconnect the lower link pins (1, 3) for the ball sleeves of category II (cat. II) into position (III). For the ball sleeves of category I (cat. I) it is recommended to reconnect the lower link pins (1, 3) into position (I)

Ball sleeves of category II (cat. II)

„ Unscrew the cylinder screws (2).

„ Pull out the shorter lower link pin (3), turn it by 180° and insert it from the inside.

„ Pull out the longer lower link pin (1) outwards up to the next borehole.

„ Secure both lower link pins (1, 3) with the cylinder screws (2).

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Initial Operation

Adapting universal shaft

Ball sleeves of category I (cat. I)

„ Unscrew the cylinder screws (2).

„ Pull out the shorter lower link pin (3), turn it by 180° and insert it from the outside.

„ Insert the longer lower link pin (1) to the inside up to the next borehole.

„ Secure both lower link pins (1, 3) with the cylinder screws (2).

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6.3

Adapting universal shaft

KMG000-047

ü The machine is connected to the tractor,

refer to page 40 .

„ Raise machine until the PTO shaft end of the tractor and the drive shaft of the machine are on the same height.

„ Lower machine into working position.

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, refer to page 24 .

„ Disassemble the universal shaft.

„ Install one half each (1, 2) on tractor side and on machine side.

„ Shorten section tubes and guard tubes.

NOTICE:Material damage caused by failure to achieve profile overlap! There must be an overlap (shift length) of the profile tubes and guard tubes of at least 200 mm in any operating position. For further information see the operating instructions of the universal shaft manufacturer.

„ Check the overlap of profile tubes and guard tubes.

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7.1

7

Start-up

Connecting the machine to the tractor

Start-up

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety instructions

If the relevant safety instructions are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ To avoid accidents, the relevant safety instructions must be read and observed,

refer to page 12 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

refer to page 24

.

WARNING

Risk of injury or damage to the machine due to connection lines which have been incorrectly connected, interchanged or improperly installed

If the connection lines of the machine have been incorrectly connected to the tractor or have been improperly installed, they may pull off or be damaged. This may result in serious accidents. If connection lines are interchanged, functions may inadvertently be actuated which may also result in serious accidents.

„ Correctly connect and secure the hoses and cables.

„ Lay the hoses, cables and ropes so that they do not scrape, come under tension or become jammed or come into contact with other components (e.g. tractor tyres).

„ Couple and connect the hoses and cables to the designated connections as described in the operating instructions.

7.1

Connecting the machine to the tractor

NOTICE

The attachment of implements at the front and rear must not cause exceedance of the permissible total weight, of the permissible axle loads and of the carrying capacities of the tractor tyres. Even with a fitted rear-mounted device, the front axle of the tractor must always be loaded with a minimum 20% tare weight of the tractor.

„ Make sure before starting to move that these requirements have been met.

WARNING

Risk of accident by connecting the machine to U-frame coupler

If the machine is not directly connected to three-point hitch of tractor but to U-frame coupler, the machine may tear from the tractor. This may result in serious accidents.

„ Only connect the machine to the three-point hitch of the tractor.

„ Never mount the machine on U-frame coupler.

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Connecting hydraulic hoses

7

7.2

7.2

KMG000-012

WARNING! People standing between the tractor and the machine may be injured! Make sure that there is no one between the tractor and the machine while the machine is connected to the tractor, especially when reversing the tractor.

„ Move the tractor backward to the machine and position the lower links (1) under the lower link pins of the machine.

„ Raise the lower links (1) until they engage in the ball sleeves and lock.

„ Secure the tractor against rolling away.

„ Hinge the top link (2) on the three-point hitch and secure it.

„ In order to avoid that the machine swivels out laterally when driving on roads and when working on the field, fix the lower links.

Connecting hydraulic hoses

KMG000-076

In order to connect the hydraulic hose properly, the hydraulic hose (1) is labelled with a number or a letter.

In order to connect the hydraulic hose properly, the hydraulic hose (1) is labelled with a number or a letter.

Hydraulic hoses for connection to a single-acting control unit are marked with a number and the plus sign, e.g. (1+).

Use a control unit on the tractor which can be locked in the neutral position against unintentional operation.

„ Relieve all pressure from the tractor hydraulics.

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, refer to page 24 .

„ Clean and dry the connections of the quick couplings.

„ Connect the hydraulic hose (1+) to a single-acting control unit on the tractor, with locking unit in neutral position.

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7.3

7.3

Start-up

Installing universal shaft

Installing universal shaft

WARNING

Risk of injury by failure to take account of the danger zone of the universal shaft

If the danger zone of the universal shaft is ignored, persons can be seriously hurt or killed.

„ To avoid accidents, observe the danger zone of the universal shaft,

refer to page 16 .

NOTICE

Changing the tractor

The machine could be damaged if the universal shaft length is not checked when changing the tractor.

„ In order to avoid damage to the machine, check universal shaft length every time the

tractor is changed and correct it, if necessary, refer to page 39

.

KMG000-048

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, refer to page 24

.

„ Slide universal shaft (1) on PTO shaft end of tractor and secure it.

„ Secure universal shaft guard by means of supporting chain (2) against turning.

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8.1

8.1.1

Operation

Front guard

8

8.1

Operation

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety instructions

If the relevant safety instructions are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ To avoid accidents, the relevant safety instructions must be read and observed,

refer to page 12 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

refer to page 24

.

WARNING

Risk of injury during operation

If the following notes are not observed, persons could be seriously injured or killed.

„ Before you turn on the PTO shaft, make sure that the machine is in working position and that the glide skids touch the ground.

„ Even with intended operation of the machine, there is a danger caused by ejected foreign bodies. Thus instruct all persons to leave the danger zone of the machine.

„ Special care should be taken when working near roads and buildings.

Front guard

WARNING

Risk of injury due to objects being ejected

If the front guard is folded up during work, objects can be ejected. As a result, people may be seriously injured.

„ Fold down the front guard.

„ Connect the guard cloths of the front guard and the side guard using the turnlock fasteners.

Folding up front guard

The front guard can be folded up for maintenance and repair work.

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8.2

Operation

Operating support jack

8.1.2

KM000-434

ü

The machine is in the working position, refer to page 47

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, refer to page 24

.

„ Pull the spring cotter pin (3) and pull the locking (2) off the bolt.

„ Fold up the front guard (1), place the locking (2) onto the bolt and secure it with the spring cotter pin (3).

Folding down front guard

8.2

KM000-439

ü

The machine is in the working position, refer to page 47

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, refer to page 24

.

„ Pull the spring cotter pin (3) and pull the locking (2) off the bolt.

„ Fold down the front guard (1), place the locking (2) onto the bolt and secure it with the spring cotter pin (3).

Operating support jack

INFORMATION

In order to increase the base of the support jack when the ground is soft, use a suitable support.

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8.2.1

Moving support jack into transport position

For the "Series" version

Operation

Operating support jack

8

8.2

8.2.2

KM000-715

„ Raise the machine via the rear hydraulics until the support jack (1) can be pushed up.

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, refer to page 24 .

„ Pull the linch pin (3) out of the locking pin (2).

„ Remove the locking pin (2) and move the support jack (1) into the upper position.

„ Insert the locking pin (2) into the upper borehole and secure it with the linch pin (3).

Moving support jack into support position

For the "Series" version

KM000-436

„ Raise the machine via the rear hydraulics until the support jack can be pushed down.

„ Pull the linch pin (3) out of the locking pin (2).

„ Remove the locking pin (2) and move the support jack (1) into the lower position.

„ Insert the locking pin (2) into the lower borehole and secure it with the linch pin (3).

„ Lower the machine via the rear hydraulics until the machine is resting on the support jack (1, 4).

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, refer to page 24 .

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8.2

8.2.3

Operation

Operating support jack

Mounting support jack

For the “additional support jacks” version

8.2.4

KM000-437

ü

The mower is in the transport position, refer to page 48

.

„ Raise the machine via the rear hydraulics so that the additional support jacks (1, 2) can be mounted.

„ After mounting the support jacks (1, 2), lower the machine via the rear hydraulics until the machine is resting on the support jacks (1, 2).

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, refer to page 24 .

Dismounting support jack

For the “additional support jacks” version

KM000-437

ü

The mower is in the transport position, refer to page 48

.

„ Raise the machine via the rear hydraulics so that the additional support jacks (1, 2) can be dismounted.

„ Dismount the support jacks (1, 2).

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Locking/releasing stop cock

Operation

Locking/releasing stop cock

8

8.3

8.4

KMG000-089

Locking

„ Move stop cock (1) into position (I).

Releasing

„ Move the stop cock (1) into position (II).

Lowering machine from transport position to working position

KMG000-075

From transport position to headland position

ü The stop cock is open./The stop cocks are open.

„ To relieve the locking (1), actuate the control unit (1+).

„ To release the locking (1), tauten the operating cable (2) and keep it tensioned.

„ To lower the mower, move the single-acting control unit (1+) to the float position.

„ Release the operating cable (2).

Headland positions

ü The locking (1) is folded down and the operating cable (2) is not tensioned.

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8.5

Operation

Mowing

Lowering mower from headland position to working position

„ Unlock the control unit (1+) and move it to the float position until the mower is lowered to the working position.

„ To mow, move the control unit (1+) to the float position.

Raising mower from working position to headland position

„ Actuate the control unit (1+) until the mower is raised to the headland position.

From headland position to transport position

ü The PTO shaft is switched off.

„ To release the locking (1), tauten the operating cable (2) and keep it tensioned.

„ Actuate the single-acting control unit (1+) until the mower is raised to the transport position.

„ Release the operating cable (2).

8.5

KM000-435

„ Close the stop cock (3) on the hydraulic cylinder.

Mowing

Preparing to mow

ü All points listed in the chapter "Start-up" have been fulfilled,

refer to page 40

.

ü

The machine is in the working position, refer to page 47

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, refer to page 24

.

ü The front guard is folded down,

refer to page 43 .

ü The rear linkage is blocked.

ü

The support jack is in the transport position, refer to page 45

.

Mowing

„ Before driving into the crop, engage the tractor PTO shaft at idling speed and slowly increase the speed to the rated speed of the machine.

„ Drive into the crop.

„

Check the ground pressure while mowing, refer to page 54

.

„ To ensure a clean cutting pattern, adjust the driving and cutting speeds to the prevailing conditions (soil condition, state of the crop, height, density).

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Operation

Mowing

Driving into an obstacle

„ If the impact damage protection system triggers and the mower is swivelled backwards, reverse the tractor until the impact damage protection system engages automatically.

NOTICE! Machine damage caused by impact damage protection system that does not engage automatically! To ensure that the impact damage protection system engages automatically, relieve the relief spring(s) () and reverse until the impact damage protection system engages. Then tension the relief spring(s) again,.

INFORMATION

Leave the control units in the float position while mowing.

8

8.5

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9 Driving and Transport

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety instructions

If the relevant safety instructions are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ To avoid accidents, the relevant safety instructions must be read and observed,

refer to page 12 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

refer to page 24

.

WARNING

Risk of accident caused by non-locked regulating valves of tractor

When regulating valves are not locked, machine components could be activated unintentionally. This may result in serious accidents.

„ To avoid that functions are triggered by mistake, the regulating valves of the tractor must be in neutral position when performing transport journeys on the road and must be locked.

WARNING

Risk of accident from open stop cocks

Machine components could be moved unintentionally when stop cocks are open. This may result in serious accidents.

„ In order to avoid that functions are triggered by mistake, the stop cock/s must be closed during transport/road travel.

NOTICE

The attachment of implements at the front and rear must not cause exceedance of the permissible total weight, of the permissible axle loads and of the carrying capacities of the tractor tyres. Even with a fitted rear-mounted device, the front axle of the tractor must always be loaded with a minimum 20% tare weight of the tractor.

„ Make sure before starting to move that these requirements have been met.

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9.1

Preparing machine for road travel

Driving and Transport

Preparing machine for road travel

9

9.1

9.2

KMG000-041

ü The machine is completely and correctly hitched to the tractor,

refer to page 40 .

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, refer to page 24

.

ü The hydraulic hoses are connected,

refer to page 41 .

ü The universal shaft is mounted,

refer to page 42 .

ü The front guard is folded down, closed and locked (1),

refer to page 43 .

ü The machine is in the transport position,

refer to page 48 .

ü

The locking (2) has been released, refer to page 48 .

ü The control units on the tractor are in neutral position and locked.

ü

The stop cock (3) on the hydraulic hose is closed, refer to page 47

.

„ Lower the machine via the rear linkage enough to ensure that the maximum transport height of 4 m is not exceeded.

„ Ensure adequate ground clearance.

Switching off the machine

KMG000-019

ü The machine is in the working position or transport position.

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9.2

Driving and Transport

Switching off the machine

ü The relief spring is or the relief springs are relieved,.

„ Depressurize the tractor hydraulics.

„ For the “series” version: For the “series” version: Lower the machine until it is resting on

the support jack, refer to page 45

„ For the “additional support jacks” version: Mount the additional support jacks and lower

the machine until it is resting on the additional support jacks, refer to page 46

.

„ Lower the machine to the ground via the rear linkage.

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, refer to page 24 .

„ Remove the universal shaft (3) from the tractor and place it on the storage surface (4).

„ Close the stop cock(s).

INFORMATION! Problems when connecting the machine the next time.

To avoid problems when connecting the machine the next time, depressurise the hydraulic system before connecting the hydraulic hoses (5) and close the stop cock(s).

„ Remove the operating cable (2) from the tractor and place it on the machine.

„ Detach the top link.

„ Unlock the lower link hooks of the tractor.

„ Continue to lower the rear linkage until the lower link pins are free.

„ Drive the tractor away carefully.

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10.1

Settings 10

Setting the mower in working position 10.1

Settings

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety instructions

If the relevant safety instructions are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ To avoid accidents, the relevant safety instructions must be read and observed,

refer to page 12 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

refer to page 24

.

Setting the mower in working position

10.2

KM000-431

If the bolt (1) is centred above the marking arrow (2), the optimal working height of the machine is set.

ü

The machine is in the working position, refer to page 47

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, refer to page 24

.

„ To set the working height, raise or lower the lower link

Setting the cutting height

KMG000-035

The cutting height is adjusted via the top link (1).

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10 Settings

10.3

Increasing/reducing ground pressure

Setting range of cutting height, .

ü

The machine is in the working position, refer to page 47

.

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, refer to page 24 .

„ Turn the top link until the cutting height is set.

ð Top link longer = greater cutting height

ð Top link shorter = smaller cutting height

For version with “high-cut skids”

The cutting height can be increased by means of high-cut skids.

10.3

KMG000-025

ü

The mower is supported securely, refer to page 24

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, refer to page 24

.

„ The high-cut skids must always be mounted underneath the cutting discs that run next to the mower drums.

„ Insert the high-cut skid (2) into the sliding skid (1) and screw it.

Increasing/reducing ground pressure

WARNING

Risk of injury due to adjustment of relief spring(s)

In the working position the relief spring(s) are subject to high drawing tension. In case an attempt is made to remove or adjust the relief spring(s) when the machine is in the working position, people may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The relief spring(s) must only be dismounted or adjusted in the transport position.

„ The bottom fittings on the relief spring(s) are fully screwed in.

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10.3.1

Settings 10

Increasing/reducing ground pressure 10.3

Setting the relief spring for the carrying bar

KM000-429

The inside of the cutterbar is loaded or relieved via the relief spring (1) of the carrying bar.

ü The machine is in the headland position.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, refer to page 24

.

„ To reduce the ground pressure, turn the spindle (2) in direction +.

„ To increase the ground pressure, turn the spindle (2) to the direction -.

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11.1

Maintenance table

11 Maintenance - General Information

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety instructions

If the relevant safety instructions are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ To avoid accidents, the relevant safety instructions must be read and observed,

refer to page 12 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

refer to page 24

.

WARNING

Risk of injury caused by test run of the machine

If a test run is performed after repair, maintenance or cleaning work or after technical intervention, the machine may behave unpredictably. Thus there is a risk of serious injuries or death.

ü The machine is in working position.

„ Do not switch on the drives until the mower is resting on the ground and you are absolutely sure that there is no one in the danger zone.

„ The test run of the machine must only be started from the driver's seat.

11.1

11.1.1

Maintenance table

Maintenance - Once after 50 hours

Changing oil

Input gearbox

Main gearbox

refer to page 64

refer to page 65

11.1.2

Maintenance - Before the beginning of the season

Checking oil level

Input gearbox

Main gearbox

Cutterbar

refer to page 64

refer to page 65

refer to page 77

Components

Changing/replacing blades

refer to page 69

Check/replace cutting discs/mower drums

refer to page 75

Check/replace retaining bolt (blade screw connection)

refer to page 72

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Maintenance table 11.1

Components

Check/replace retaining bolt (blade quick fastener)

Check/replace blade carrier (blade quick fastener)

Check/replace linings on cutterbar

Vent friction clutch

Check guard cloths

Tighten screws/nuts

refer to page 72

refer to page 73

refer to page 76

refer to page 61

refer to page 62

refer to page 58

11.1.3

Maintenance - Every 10 hours, but at least once a day

Checking oil level

Input gearbox

Main gearbox

Cutterbar

refer to page 64

refer to page 65

refer to page 77

Components

Changing/replacing blades

refer to page 69

Check/replace cutting discs/mower drums

refer to page 75

Check/replace retaining bolt (blade screw connection)

refer to page 72 refer to page 72

Check/replace retaining bolt (blade quick fastener)

Check guard cloths

refer to page 62

11.1.4

Maintenance - Every 50 hours

Components

Tighten screws/nuts on the machine

11.1.5

Maintenance - Every 200 hours

Changing oil

Input gearbox

Main gearbox

11.1.6

Maintenance - Every 6 years

Components

Have the hydraulic hoses replaced by your

KRONE service partner

refer to page 58

refer to page 64

refer to page 65

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11.2

Tightening torques

11.2

Tightening torques

Metric thread screws with control thread

INFORMATION

The table does not apply to countersunk screws with hexagon socket in case the countersunk screw is tightened via hexagon socket.

M16

M20

M22

M24

M27

M30

M4

M5

M6

M8

M10

M12

M14

DV000-001

X Thread size

X Strength class

5.6

8.8

Tightening torque (Nm)

3.0

5.9

10

29

42

25

49

85

135

210

425

571

730

1,100

1,450

1 Strength class on screw head

10.9

310

610

832

1,050

1,550

2,100

4.4

8.7

15

36

72

125

200

12.9

365

710

972

1,220

1,800

2,450

5.1

10

18

43

84

145

235

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Metric thread screws with fine thread

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Tightening torques 11.2

DV000-001

X Thread size

X

M12 x 1.5

M14 x 1.5

M16 x 1.5

M18 x 1.5

M20 x 1.5

M24 x 2

M27 x 2

M30 x 1.5

Strength class

5.6

8.8

Tightening torque (Nm)

88

145

222

368

465

787

1,148

800

1 Strength class on screw head

10.9

130

213

327

525

662

1,121

1,635

2,100

12.9

152

249

382

614

775

1,312

1,914

2,650

Metric thread screws with countersunk head and hexagon socket

INFORMATION

The table applies only to countersunk screws with hexagon socket and metric thread tightened via hexagon socket.

DV000-000

X Thread size

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1 Strength class on screw head

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11.2

Tightening torques

X

M4

M5

M6

M8

M10

M12

M14

M16

M20

Strength class

5.6

8.8

Tightening torque (Nm)

2.5

4.7

8

23

34

20

39

68

108

168

340

60

10.9

3.5

7

12

29

58

100

160

248

488

12.9

4.1

8

15

35

67

116

188

292

568

Locking screws on the gearboxes

INFORMATION

The tightening torques only apply to assembly of locking screws, viewing glasses, ventilation and breather filters and bleed valves in gearboxes with cast housings or aluminium or steel housings. The term “locking screw” includes the drain plug, the inspection screw as well as the ventilation and breather filters.

The table only applies to locking screws with external hexagon together with copper seal ring and for bleed valves made of brass with shaped seal ring.

Thread

M10x1

M12 x 1.5

G1/4“

Locking screw and viewing glass with copper ring* )

Bleed valve made of brass

Ventilation/breather filter made of steel

Steel and cast Aluminium

Ventilation and breather filter made of brass

Steel and cast

Maximum tightening torque (Nm) (±10 %)

Aluminium

8

14

14

M14 x 1.5

M16 x 1.5

45

M18 x 1.5

50

M20 x 1.5

40

45

16

24

30

32

24

30

G1/2“

M22X1.5

M24x1.5

G3/4“

M33x2

G1“

M42x1.5

G1 1/4“

32

35

60

60

80

80

100

100

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11.3

11.4

Maintenance - General Information 11

Deviating tightening torques 11.3

*) Always replace copper rings

Deviating tightening torques

Screws/nuts

Nut for shear protection (rotary hub)

Bearing housing for cutting disc

Bearing housing for mower drum

Tightening torque

300 Nm

55 Nm

55 Nm

Venting the friction clutch

NOTICE

Interventions in the friction clutch will lead to a loss of guarantee!

Interventions in the friction clutch change the slip torque. Therefore the machine may be damaged considerably.

„ Never intervene in the overload protection.

„ Only use KRONE original spare parts.

The friction clutch protects the tractor and the machine from damage. The friction clutch must be vented at the beginning of the storage period. The friction clutch is designed with a permanently adjusted turning torque M

R

. The torque is applied to the housing of the friction clutch (2).

Venting friction clutch (Walterscheid)

KM000-072

ü

The machine is in the working position, refer to page 47

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, refer to page 24

.

„ Remove the universal shaft.

„ Tighten the nuts (1) evenly.

ð The friction discs are relieved.

„ Turn the friction clutch (2).

„ Turn the nuts (1) back as far as the thread run-out.

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11.5

Checking guard cloths

Venting friction clutch (ByPy)

11.5

KM000-603

ü

The machine is in the working position, refer to page 47

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, refer to page 24

.

„ Remove the universal shaft.

„ Loosen the cap nuts (1) uniformly but do not dismount them.

ð The friction discs are relieved.

„ Turn the friction clutch (2).

„ Screw in the cap nuts (1) completely.

Checking guard cloths

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KMG000-010

ü

The machine is in the working position, refer to page 47

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, refer to page 24

.

„ Carry out a visual inspection of the guard cloth (1) to ensure that there are no cracks and damage.

Æ The machine can be used when there are no cracks or damages.

Æ Replace guard cloths in case of cracks or damage.

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Maintenance - Hydraulic System

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety instructions

If the relevant safety instructions are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ To avoid accidents, the relevant safety instructions must be read and observed,

refer to page 12 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

refer to page 24

.

WARNING

Hydraulic hoses are subject to ageing

Hydraulic hoses may wear depending on pressure, heat load and the effect of UV rays.

People can be seriously injured or killed by damaged hydraulic hoses.

The date of manufacture appears on the hydraulic hoses. This way the age can be ascertained quickly.

Replacement of the hydraulic hoses is recommended after a lifetime of six years.

„ Use original spare parts when replacing hoses.

NOTICE

Storing and disposing of oils and used oil filters

If oil and used oil filters are not stored and disposed of properly, the environment may be damaged.

„ Store or dispose of used oil and oil filters according to statutory provisions.

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13.1

Input gearbox

13 Maintenance - Gearbox

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety instructions

If the relevant safety instructions are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ To avoid accidents, the relevant safety instructions must be read and observed,

refer to page 12 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

refer to page 24

.

13.1

Input gearbox

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KMG000-005

„ Observe the safety routine “Safely performing oil level check, oil change and filter element

change”, refer to page 25

.

INFORMATION

The oil level must be checked and the oil must be changed in working position and with machine in horizontal position.

Check oil level

„ Unscrew the locking screw of the inspection hole (1).

ð If the oil reaches up to the inspection hole (1):

„

Screw on the locking screw of the inspection hole (1), tightening torque refer to page 60 .

ð If the oil does not reach up to the inspection hole (1):

„ Remove the locking screw from the filling hole (3).

„ Refill with fresh oil up to the inspection hole (1) via the filling hole (3).

„ Screw on the locking screw of the inspection hole (1) and the locking screw of the filling hole (3), tightening torque

refer to page 60 .

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Main gearbox 13.2

Change oil

ü A suitable container is available for escaping oil.

„ Unscrew the locking screw from the inspection hole (1) and the locking screw from the filling hole (3).

„ Unscrew the oil drain plug (2) and drain the oil.

„

Screw in the oil drain plug (2), tightening torque refer to page 60

.

„ Refill with fresh oil up to the inspection hole (1) via the filling hole (3).

„ Screw the locking screw into the inspection hole (1) and the locking screw into the filling

hole (3), tightening torque refer to page 60 .

Main gearbox

KMG000-073

„ Observe the safety routine “Safely performing oil level check, oil change and filter element

change”, refer to page 25

.

INFORMATION

The oil level must be checked and the oil must be changed in working position and with machine in horizontal position.

Check oil level

„ Unscrew the locking screw of the inspection hole (1).

ð If the oil reaches up to the inspection hole (1):

„

Screw on the locking screw of the inspection hole (1), tightening torque refer to page 60 .

ð If the oil does not reach up to the inspection hole (1):

„ Remove the locking screw from the filling hole (3).

„ Refill with fresh oil up to the inspection hole (1) via the filling hole (3).

„ Screw on the locking screw of the inspection hole (1) and the locking screw of the filling hole (3), tightening torque

refer to page 60 .

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13.2

Main gearbox

Changing oil

ü A suitable container is available for escaping oil.

„ Unscrew the locking screw of the inspection hole (1) and the locking screw of the filling hole

(3).

„ Unscrew the drain plug (2) and drain the oil.

„ Mount the drain plug (2), Anziehdrehmoment

refer to page 60 .

„ Top up new oil via the filling hole (3) up to the inspection hole (1).

„ Mount the locking screw of the inspection hole (1) and the locking screw of the filling hole

(3), Anziehdrehmoment

refer to page 60 .

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Maintenance - Cutterbar

Rotary hub

A

Maintenance - Cutterbar 14

Rotary hub 14.1

B

KMG000-002

Used abbreviations in this figure:

A = Direction of rotation “A” to the centre

B = Direction of rotation “B” in pairs

RE = eccentric bearing housing (clockwise), without distinctive groove

LE = eccentric bearing housing (rotating anticlockwise), with distinctive groove

For protection against overload of mowers, the rotary hubs (1) are secured with nuts (2) and shear pins (3).

When driving onto obstacles (e.g. stones), the both shear pins in the rotary hub will shear off.

The rotary hub incl. nut turns upward on the pinion shaft.

• The cutting discs or drums which move the crop to the left (LH) in the direction of travel have left-handed thread.

• The cutting discs or drums which transport the crop to the right (RH) in the direction of travel have right-handed thread.

To distinguish between right-hand (clockwise) rotation (RH) and left-hand (anti-clockwise) rotation (LH), the nuts (2) and the pinion shafts (4) for the left-hand rotation (LH) have a distinctive groove (a, b).

• The nuts (2) with left-handed thread (LH) have distinctive grooves (a) on the bevel.

• The pinion shafts (4) with left-handed thread (LH) have a distinctive groove (b) on the face.

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14.2

Replacing the shear bolt at the rotary hub

14.2

Replacing the shear bolt at the rotary hub

NOTICE

Wrong installation position

The machine may be damaged if the installation position of the bearing housings is not observed.

„ Clockwise rotating (RH) cutting discs / mower drums always have right-handed pinion shaft and nut (no groove mark on pinion shaft and nut).

„ Anti-clockwise rotating (LH) cutting discs / mower drums always have left-handed pinion shaft and nut (with groove mark on pinion shaft and nut).

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KM000-049_1

ü

The machine is in the working position, refer to page 47

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, refer to page 24

.

„ Dismount the cutting disc or the mower drum at the rotary hub with the defective shear bolt.

„ Remove the retaining ring (7).

„ Unscrew the screws (8).

„ Use the special key (10) included with delivery to unscrew the nut (2).

„ Dismount the hub (1).

„ Remove the damaged shear pins (3).

„ Check the nut and hub for damage.

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Check/change blades 14.3

INFO: Replace damaged components with KRONE original spare parts.

„ Fill the space above the bearing with grease (c).

„ Position the hub on the pinion shaft.

INFO: Note the position of the shear pins. The slots of the shear pins (3) must be mounted facing each other horizontally , see detail (I).

„ Punch the new shear pins from the outside through the hub (1) and the shaft (4) until the end of the pin reaches the surface of the hub (d).

„ Using the special spanner (10), tighten the nut (2) with a tightening torque of 300 Nm .

„ Fit the screws (8) with detent edged washers.

„ Mount the retaining ring (7).

„ Mount the cutting disc (5) or the mower drum (6).

Check/change blades

WARNING

Missing, damaged or incorrectly mounted blades and blade supports

If blades are missing, damaged or incorrectly mounted, dangerous unbalanced rotation may be caused and parts may fly around. People may be seriously injured or killed as a result.

„ Check the blades at least once a day and the retaining bolts every time after changing the blades or after contact with foreign objects.

„ Immediately replace missing, damaged or incorrectly mounted blades and blade supports.

„ To avoid imbalance, always replace missing and damaged blades in kits and never mount unevenly worn blades on a cutting disc/mower drum.

14.3.1

Checking the blade for wear

WARNING

Risk of injury due to low material thickness on the blades

If the material thickness on the blades is too low, the blades may loosen due to high rotating speed. Thus there is a risk of serious injuries or death.

„ Replace the blades at the latest when the wear limit is reached.

ð The wear limit is reached when the borehole of the blade touches the marking (1) on the blade or the dimension X is equal to or less than 13 mm .

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14.3

Check/change blades

14.3.2

KM000-038

ü

The machine is in the working position, refer to page 47

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, refer to page 24

.

ü The front guard is folded up,

refer to page 43 .

„ Clean the area around the blades, cutting discs and mower drums.

„ Check wear limit.

ð If the dimension is X>13 mm , the wear limit is not reached.

ð If the dimension is X≤13 mm or the borehole touches the marking (1), the blade must be replaced.

Changing blades for the “blade screw connection” version

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KM000-044

ü

The machine is in the working position, refer to page 47

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, refer to page 24

.

ü The front guard is folded up,

refer to page 43 .

ü The area around blades, cutting discs and mower drums is cleaned.

„ Dismount damaged or worn blade.

„ Check mounting parts of blade,

refer to page 72 . Also replace worn or damaged mounting

parts.

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Check/change blades 14.3

INFORMATION: The blades for anticlockwise rotating and clockwise rotating cutting discs/ mower drums are different. Mind the direction of rotation when mounting the blades. The arrow on the blade must correspond to the direction of rotation of the respective cutting disc/mower drum.

„ Insert the new blade (5) between the wear skid (2) and the cutting disc (1).

„ Insert the retaining bolt (3) from below through the wear skid (2), the blade (5) and the cutting disc (1).

INFO: Only use the locknut (4) once.

„ Screw the locknut (4) from above onto the retaining bolt (3) and tighten it, tightening torque,

refer to page 58 .

„ Repeat the process for all blades.

„ Fold down the front guard.

INFORMATION

Clockwise rotating blades can be ordered by stating order number 00 139 889 *.

Anticlockwise rotating blades can be ordered by stating order number 00 139 888 *.

14.3.3

Changing blades for the “blade quick fastener” version

KM000-045

ü

The machine is in the working position, refer to page 47

.

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, refer to page 24

.

ü The front guard is folded up,

refer to page 43 .

ü The area around the blade, mowing discs and mower drums is cleaned.

„ To remove the blade (2), slide the blade key (1) between the mowing disc (4) and the blade carrier (3) as far as it will go, press it down with one hand and hold it.

„

Check the fastening parts of the blade (2), refer to page 72

. Replace worn or damaged fastening parts immediately.

INFO: The blades of counterclockwise rotating mowing discs/mower drums are different than those of clockwise rotating ones. When installing the blades, make certain the direction of rotation is correct. The arrow on the blade must match the direction of rotation of the corresponding mowing disc/mower drum.

„ To insert the new blade (2), slide the blade key (1) between the mowing disc (4) and the blade carrier (3) as far as it will go, press it down with one hand and hold it.

„ Guide the blade (2) onto the retaining bolt (5) and in a controlled manner release the force of your hand on the blade key (1).

„ Repeat the process for all blades

„ Fold down the front guard.

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14.4

Checking/replacing retaining bolts

INFORMATION

Clockwise rotating blades can be ordered by stating order number 00 139 889 *.

Anticlockwise rotating blades can be ordered by stating order number 00 139 888 *.

14.4

Checking/replacing retaining bolts

WARNING

Risk of injury due to low material thickness on the retaining bolts

If the material thickness on the retaining bolt is too low, the blades may loosen due to the high rotating speed. Thus there is a risk of serious injuries or death.

„ Whenever a blade is changed, check the material thickness of the retaining bolt.

„ When the retaining bolts are damaged or worn, replace them in kits per cutting disc/ mower drum.

„ The retaining bolts must be replaced at the latest when the material thickness at the thinnest point is below 14 mm .

Blade screw connection design Blade quick fastener design

KM000-039 / KM000-040

With “Blade quick fastener” design

The material thickness of the retaining bolts and blade carriers is checked by means of gauge

(1) included with delivery. The gauge (1) is located on the special tool (2).

Section (1.1) of the gauge (1) is used to check the material thickness of the retaining bolts.

Section (1.2) of the gauge (1) is used to check the contour of the blade carriers.

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Checking/replacing blade carrier 14.5

14.5

KM000-089

„ Remove the blades.

„ Clean the section to be checked.

„ Place the gauge (1) with the section (1.1) against the retaining bolt (2).

„ Rotate the gauge by 90 degrees.

Æ If it is not possible to slide the gauge (1) over the retaining bolt (2) during the rotation, the retaining bolt (2) is OK.

Æ If it is possible to slide the gauge (1) over the retaining bolt (2) during the rotation, the retaining bolt (2) must be replaced immediately.

Checking/replacing blade carrier

"Blade quick fastener" version

WARNING

Risk of injury due to low material thickness and/or worn application seam on the blade carriers

If the material thickness is too low and/or an application seam on the blade carrier is worn, blades may loosen due to the high rotating speed. Thus there is a risk of serious injuries or death.

„ The blade carriers must be checked for damage at least once a day or after contact with foreign objects.

„ Whenever a blade is changed, check the material thickness of the blade carriers.

„ The material thickness of the blade carriers must not be less than 3 mm at the weakest point.

„ The blade carriers must be replaced at the latest when the application seam (1) is worn at one point.

„ The blade carriers must only be replaced by KRONE original spare parts.

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14.5

Checking/replacing blade carrier

KM000-041

With “Blade quick fastener” design

The material thickness of the retaining bolts and blade carriers is checked by means of gauge

(1) included with delivery. The gauge (1) is located on the special tool (2).

Section (1.1) of the gauge (1) is used to check the material thickness of the retaining bolts.

Section (1.2) of the gauge (1) is used to check the contour of the blade carriers.

KM000-090

„ Remove the blades.

„ Clean the area to be checked.

„ Slide the gauge (1) with the section (1.2) as far as it will go over the retaining bolt of the blade carrier (2).

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Checking/replacing cutting discs/mower drums 14.6

14.6

KM000-091

Æ If the contour of the blade carrier (2) protrudes completely beyond the contour of the gauge

(1) in section (IC), the wear limit of the blade carrier (2) is not reached.

Æ If the contour of the blade carrier (2) disappears at any point in section (IIC) behind the contour of the gauge, the wear limit of the blade carrier (2) is reached. The blade carrier (2) must be replaced.

Checking/replacing cutting discs/mower drums

WARNING

Deformed cutting discs/mower drums

If cutting discs/mower drums are deformed, blades may become detached due to high rotating speed. People may be seriously injured or killed as a result.

„ The cutting discs/mower drums must be checked for damage at least once a day or after contact with foreign objects.

„ If cutting discs/mower drums are deformed, the dimension X=48 mm must not be exceeded.

„ The cutting discs/mower drums must only be replaced by KRONE original spare parts.

KM000-042

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14.7

Checking/replacing linings on cutterbar

14.6.1

Checking the wear limit on cutting discs/mower drums

WARNING

Abrasion on cutting discs/mower drums

Due to abrasion limits on the cutting discs/mower drums, the blades or parts may loosen because of high rotating speed. Thus there is a risk of serious injuries or death.

The wear limit for abrasion limits (2) on the cutting discs/mower drums is reached when the material thickness is less than 3 mm .

„ The cutting discs/mower drums must be replaced at the latest when the material thickness is below the minimum material thickness of 3 mm.

„ The cutting discs/mower drums must only be replaced by KRONE original spare parts.

14.7

KM000-043

Checking/replacing linings on cutterbar

NOTICE

Impact stops are checked irregularly

The impact stops are subject to natural wear and must be inspected daily for wear and replaced if required. If there is no inspection, the machine may be damaged.

„ Adjust the welding current and the welding material to the cutterbar material and to the impact stop. If required, carry out a test weld.

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Checking oil level 14.8

KM000-081

„ Open the welding seams of the old lining.

„ Remove lining.

„ Deburr the contact areas.

14.8

KM000-080

„ Fit the new lining (3).

„ Weld short I seams on the upper side of the cutterbar in the sections (1) (each should be approx. 30 mm). INFORMATION: The edges (2) must not be welded.

„ On the bottom of the cutterbar, weld the lining (3) to the cutterbar along the whole length in section (5). INFORMATION: The edges (4) must not be welded.

Checking oil level

INFORMATION

There is no need to change the oil on the cutterbar.

Before checking the oil level on the cutterbar, the cutterbar must be aligned levelly by means of a spirit level.

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14.8

Checking oil level

KM000-284

„ Observe the safety routine “Safely performing oil level check, oil change and filter element

change”, refer to page 25

.

„

Shut down and safeguard the machine, refer to page 24 .

Aligning cutterbar in transverse direction (direction of travel)

„ Place the spirit level (1) diagonally on the cutterbar.

„ Align the cutterbar using the spirit level (1) and readjust, if necessary, via cutting height

setting, refer to page 53

.

Aligning the cutterbar in longitudinal direction

„ Place the spirit level (1) on two cutting discs.

„ Align the cutterbar using the spirit level (1); align it horizontally using wedges, if necessary.

Checking oil level

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KM000-036

„ Release the locking screw of the inspection hole (1).

ð The oil level must reach up to the inspection hole (1).

If the oil reaches the inspection hole (1):

„

Mount the locking screw of the inspection hole (1), refer to page 60

.

If the oil does not reach the inspection hole (1):

„ Top up new oil via the inspection hole (1) up to the inspection hole (1).

„

Mount the locking screw of the inspection hole (1), refer to page 60

.

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Maintenance - Lubrication 15

Lubricating universal shaft 15.1

Maintenance - Lubrication

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety instructions

If the relevant safety instructions are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ To avoid accidents, the relevant safety instructions must be read and observed,

refer to page 12 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

refer to page 24

.

NOTICE

Environmental damage caused by consumables

If consumables are not stored and disposed of properly, they may escape into the environment. As a result, the environment will be damaged, even by small quantities.

„ Store the consumables in suitable containers according to the statutory provisions.

„ Dispose of used consumables according to statutory provisions.

NOTICE

Bearing positions will be damaged

If different lubricating greases are used, the lubricated components may be damaged.

„ Do not use lubricating greases which contain graphite.

„ Do not use different lubricating greases.

Lubricating universal shaft

KMG000-007

Universally-jointed drive shaft

ü

The machine is shut down and safeguarded, refer to page 24

.

„ Observe operating instructions of the universal shaft manufacturer.

„ Lubricate the universal shaft with multi-purpose grease at the intervals indicated in the figure.

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15.2

Lubrication chart - Machine

15.2

Lubrication chart - Machine

The information on maintenance intervals is based on average load of the machine. In case of an increased load and under extreme working conditions, the time periods must be reduced.

The types of lubrication are marked by means of icons in the lubrication chart, refer to table.

Type of lubrication

Grease

Lubricant

Multi-purpose grease

Comment

„ Apply two strokes of lubricating grease from the grease gun per grease nipple.

„ Remove excess lubricating grease at the grease nipple.

KM000-423

Every 20 operating hours

1) 2)

4)

3)

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Lubrication chart - Machine 15.2

KM000-432

Every 100 operating hours

1) 2) 3)

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16

82

Storage

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of relevant safety instructions

If the relevant safety instructions are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ To avoid accidents, the relevant safety instructions must be read and observed,

refer to page 12 .

WARNING

Risk of injury due to non-observance of safety instructions

If the relevant safety routines are not observed, persons may be seriously injured or killed.

„ The safety routines must be read and observed to avoid accidents,

refer to page 24

.

Placing the machine in storage at the end of the harvest season is the best possible way to preserve the machine.

„ Park the machine in a weatherproof and dry place which is far away from corrosive substances.

„ Clean the machine thoroughly.

Chaff and dirt attract moisture which causes steel parts to start rusting.

NOTICE

Damage to the machine due to water damages with high-pressure cleaner

If the water jet from a high-pressure cleaner is aimed directly at bearings and electrical/ electronic components, these parts can be damaged.

„ Do not aim the water jet from high-pressure cleaner at bearings and electrics/electronic components.

„ Lubricate the machine according to lubrication chart. Do not wipe off any grease that comes out of bearing points as the hardened grease will provide additional protection against moisture.

„ Grease the threads of setting screws and similar items.

„ Relieve the relief springs.

„ Disassemble the universal shaft. Lubricate the inner tubes with grease.

„ Grease the grease nipples on the universal joint of the universal shaft as well as on the

bearing rings of the guard tubes, refer to page 79 .

INFORMATION

Follow the operating instructions of the universal shaft manufacturer.

„ Lubricate the piston rods of all hydraulic cylinders liberally and insert as far as possible.

„ Wet all lever joints and bearing positions which cannot be lubricated with oil.

„ Touch up damaged paint and preserve all uncoated areas thoroughly with rust protection agent.

„ Check all moving components for smooth running. If necessary remove, clean, grease and remount.

„ If parts need to be replaced, use KRONE original spare parts only.

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INFORMATION

Write down all repair jobs which must be performed by the next harvest and arrange for them to be done with sufficient lead time. Your KRONE dealer is better able to perform maintenance service and any required repairs outside of harvest season.

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17 Waste disposal

After the service life of the machine has expired, the individual components of the machine must be disposed of properly. The currently applicable country-specific waste disposal directives and the concerning valid laws must be observed.

Metal parts

• All metal parts must be brought to a metal recycling centre.

• The parts must be freed from operating fluids and lubricants (gearbox oil, oil from hydraulic system, ...) before being scrapped.

• The operating fluids and lubricants must be brought separately to an environmentally friendly disposal point or recycling centre.

Operating fluids and lubricants

• Operating fluids and lubricants (diesel fuel, coolant, gearbox oil, oil from hydraulic system,

…) must be brought to a disposal point for waste oil.

Synthetic materials

• All synthetic materials must be brought to a recycling centre for synthetic materials.

Rubber

• Rubber parts (hoses, tyres, …) must be brought to a rubber recycling centre.

Electronic scrap

• All electronic parts must be brought to a disposal point for electronic scrap.

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18 Index

A

Adapting coupling points .................................... 37

Adapting universal shaft ..................................... 39

Additional equipment and spare parts ................ 14

Applicable documents .......................................... 6

B

Basic safety instructions ..................................... 12

Behaviour in case of voltage flashover of overhead

lines .................................................................... 20

Behaviour in dangerous situations and in case of

accidents ............................................................ 23

C

Carrying out oil level check and oil and filter

element changes safely...................................... 25

Change oil .......................................................... 65

Changing blades for the “blade quick fastener”

version ................................................................ 71

Changing blades for the “blade screw connection”

version ................................................................ 70

Check/change blades ......................................... 69

Checking guard cloths ........................................ 62

Checking oil level ............................................... 77

Checking the blade for wear............................... 69

Checking the wear limit on cutting discs/mower

drums ................................................................. 76

Checking/replacing blade carrier ........................ 73

Checking/replacing cutting discs/mower drums . 75

Checking/replacing linings on cutterbar ............. 76

Checking/replacing retaining bolts ..................... 72

Checklist for initial operation .............................. 37

Children in danger .............................................. 13

Connecting hydraulic hoses ............................... 41

Connecting the machine..................................... 14

Connecting the machine to the tractor ............... 40

Consumables ............................................... 19, 34

Contact ................................................................. 2

Contact data of your dealer .................................. 2

Control and Display Elements ............................ 36

Conversion table .................................................. 9

Cross references .................................................. 6

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D

Damaged compressor unit ................................. 22

Damaged hydraulic hoses .................................. 22

Danger associated with welding work ................ 23

Danger due to machine which is not prepared

properly for road travel ....................................... 19

Danger of fire...................................................... 20

Danger resulting from damage to the machine .. 15

Danger when cornering with mounted machine . 19

Danger when driving on road and field............... 18

Danger zone because objects may shoot out .... 17

Danger zone between tractor and machine ....... 16

Danger zone due to trailing machine parts......... 17

Danger zone PTO shaft...................................... 16

Danger zone universal shaft............................... 16

Danger zone when drive is switched on ............. 17

Danger zones ..................................................... 15

Dangers arising from environment ..................... 20

Dangers for road travel....................................... 18

Dangers in connection with certain activities:

Working on the machine..................................... 22

Dangers when operating the machine on slopes 19

Deviating tightening torques ............................... 61

Directories and references ................................... 6

Dismounting support jack ................................... 46

Driving and Transport ......................................... 50

E

Ensuring functionality of safety devices ............. 17

Environmental protection and disposal .............. 20

F

Figures ................................................................. 7

Folding down front guard.................................... 44

Folding up front guard ........................................ 43

From headland position to transport position ..... 48

From transport position to headland position ..... 47

Front guard ......................................................... 43

H

Headland positions ............................................. 47

Hot liquids........................................................... 21

Hot surfaces ....................................................... 22

How to use this document .................................... 6

Hydraulic control units of the tractor ................... 36

I

Icons in figures ..................................................... 7

Icons in the text .................................................... 7

Importance of operating instructions .................. 12

Increasing/reducing ground pressure ................. 54

Information for enquiries and orders .............. 2, 32

Information on direction ........................................ 7

Information on This Document ............................. 6

Initial Operation .................................................. 37

Input gearbox ..................................................... 64

Installing universal shaft ..................................... 42

Intended use....................................................... 12

J

Jobs on the machine .......................................... 14

L

Labelling ............................................................. 32

Life-threatening electric shock from overhead lines

........................................................................... 20

Liquids under high pressure ............................... 21

Locking screws on the gearboxes ...................... 60

Locking/releasing stop cock ............................... 47

Lowering machine from transport position to

working position.................................................. 47

Lowering mower from headland position to working

position ............................................................... 48

Lubricating greases ............................................ 35

Lubricating universal shaft.................................. 79

Lubrication chart - Machine ................................ 80

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M

Machine Description ........................................... 31

Machine overview............................................... 31

Main gearbox...................................................... 65

Maintenance - Before the beginning of the season

........................................................................... 56

Maintenance - Cutterbar..................................... 67

Maintenance - Every 10 hours, but at least once a

day...................................................................... 57

Maintenance - Every 200 hours ......................... 57

Maintenance - Every 50 hours ........................... 57

Maintenance - Every 6 years.............................. 57

Maintenance - Gearbox ...................................... 64

Maintenance - General Information .................... 56

Maintenance - Hydraulic System........................ 63

Maintenance - Lubrication .................................. 79

Maintenance - Once after 50 hours .................... 56

Maintenance and repair work ............................. 22

Maintenance table .............................................. 56

Means of representation....................................... 7

Metric thread screws with control thread ............ 58

Metric thread screws with countersunk head and

hexagon socket .................................................. 59

Metric thread screws with fine thread ................. 59

Mounting support jack ........................................ 46

Moving support jack into support position .......... 45

Moving support jack into transport position ........ 45

Mowing ............................................................... 48

N

Noise may damage your health.......................... 21

Notes with information and recommendations ..... 9

O

Oils ..................................................................... 35

Öl wechseln ........................................................ 66

Only perform work when the machine is at

standstill ............................................................. 22

Operating support jack ....................................... 44

Operation............................................................ 43

Operation is only allowed after proper start-up .. 14

Operational safety: Technically sound condition 14

P

Parking the machine safely ................................ 19

Passengers ........................................................ 14

Personal protective equipment ........................... 17

Personnel qualification of the operating personnel

........................................................................... 13

Personnel qualification of the technicians .......... 13

Pole protection mechanism ................................ 32

Position and meaning of safety labels ................ 26

Preparing machine for road travel ...................... 51

R

Raised machine and machine parts ................... 23

Raising mower from working position to headland

position ............................................................... 48

Re-ordering .......................................................... 6

Replacing the shear bolt at the rotary hub ......... 68

Road safety ........................................................ 18

Rotary hub .......................................................... 67

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S

Safety ................................................................. 12

Safety equipment ............................................... 30

Safety Labels on the Machine ............................ 25

Safety markings on the machine ........................ 18

Safety routines ................................................... 24

Scope of the document ........................................ 7

Securing raised machine and machine parts

against lowering ................................................. 24

Service life of the machine ................................. 12

Setting the cutting height .................................... 53

Setting the mower in working position ................ 53

Setting the relief spring for the carrying bar ....... 55

Settings .............................................................. 53

Shutting down and safeguarding the machine ... 24

Sources of danger on the machine .................... 21

Start-up............................................................... 40

Storage ............................................................... 82

Structural modifications on the machine ............ 14

Switching off the machine .................................. 51

T

Target group of this document ............................. 6

Technical data .................................................... 34

Technical limit values ......................................... 15

Technically sound state of the machine ............. 14

Term “machine” .................................................... 7

Tightening torques.............................................. 58

U

Unattended parking ............................................ 19

Unsuitable consumables .................................... 19

V

Validity .................................................................. 6

Venting the friction clutch ................................... 61

W

Warning signs....................................................... 8

Warnings of property damage/environmental

damage ................................................................ 9

Waste disposal ................................................... 84

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* Postfach 11 63

D-48478 Spelle

' +49 (0) 59 77 / 935-0

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