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Operating Instructions

150 000 014 00 EN

Disc Mower

EasyCut 28 CV

EasyCut 32 CV

EasyCut 32 CRI

(from machine no. 520 000 )

EC Declaration of Conformity

corresponding to the EC Directive 98/37/EC

W e Maschinenfabrik Bernard Krone GmbH

Heinrich-Krone-Str. 10, D-48480 Spelle declare under our sole responsibility, that the product

K r o n e - F r o n t s c h e i b e n m ä h w e r k e

Models: EasyCut 28 CV ; EasyCut 32 CV ; EasyCut 32 CRI tto which this declaration refers corresponds to the relevant basic safety and health requirements of the

EC Directive 98/37/EC.

Spelle, den 02.05.2005

(Dr.-Ing. Josef Horstmann, Managing Director)

(ppa. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Martensen, Manager of the engineering and design dep.

)

Dear customer,

Here are the operating instructions for the KRONE product you purchased.

These operating instructions contain important information for the proper use and safe operation of the machine.

If these operating instructions have for any reason become completely or partially redundant, you can obtain replacement operating instructions for your machine with the specification numbers listed overleaf.

Foreword

Dear Customer!

On buying the Disc mower you have selected a quality product from KRONE.

We are grateful for the belief you have invested in us as a result of buying this machine.

It is important to read the operating instructions very carefully before you start operating the machine so that the Disc mower may be used to its maximum capacity.

The contents of this manual are laid out in such a way that you should be able to perform any task by following the instructions step by step. It contains extensive notes and information about maintenance, about how to use the machine safely, about secure working methods, special precautionary measures and the accessories which are available. It is essential, important and useful for the operational safety, reliability and durability of the Disc mowe that these notes and information are adhered to.

Please note:

The instruction manual is an integral part of your machine.

Only operate this machine after you have been trained to do so and according to these instructions.

It is essential to observe the safety instructions!

It is also necessary to observe the relevant accident prevention regulations and other generally recognised regulations concerning safety , occupational health and road traffic.

All information, illustrations and technical details in this instruction manual are the latest and most up to date at the time of going to press.

It is within our rights to modify the design at any time and without having to give reasons. Should you for any reason not be able to use this instruction manual either wholly or partially, it is possible to get a replacement instruction manual for your machine by quoting the number supplied overleaf.

We hope that you will be satisfied with your KRONE machine.

Machine factory Bernard Krone GmbH

Spelle

Foreword

List of contents

List of contens

1

1.1

1.2

1.2.1

1.2.2

1.2.3

1.2.4

1.2.5

1.2.6

2

2.1

2.2

2.2.1

2.2.2

2.2.3

2.2.4

2.2.5

2.2.6

2.2.7

2.2.8

2.2.9

2.2.10

2.2.11

2.3

2.3.1

2.3.2

3.

3.1

3.2

3.2.1

3.2.2

3.2.3

3.3

3.3.1

3.3.2

3.4

3.4.1

3.5

3.5.1

3.6

3.6.1

3.7

3.8

General ................................................................................................ I -1

Intended Use ............................................................................................................. I -1

Technical Data .......................................................................................................... I -1

Manufacturer's Address ............................................................................................. I -1

Certification .............................................................................................................. I -1

Identification .............................................................................................................. I -1

Data Required for Questions and Orders ................................................................... I -1

Operation in Accordance with Specifications ............................................................. I -2

Technical Data .......................................................................................................... I -2

Safety .................................................................................................. II -1

Identifying Safety Instructions in the Operating Manual .............................................. II -1

Safety Instructions and Accident Prevent Regulations ............................................... II -1

Personnel Qualification and Training ......................................................................... II -1

Failure to Follow the Safety Instructions .................................................................... II -1

Working in a Safety Conscious Manner .................................................................... II -1

Safety Instructions and Accident Prevention Regulations........................................... II -2

Attached Equipment ................................................................................................. II -3

Power Take-Off Operation ........................................................................................ II -3

Hydraulic System ..................................................................................................... II -3

Tyres ........................................................................................................................ II -4

Maintenance ............................................................................................................ II -4

Unauthorized Modification and Manufacture of Replacement Parts ........................... II -4

Prohibited Modes of Operation ................................................................................ II -4

Introduction ............................................................................................................... II -5

Location of Safety Decals on the Machine ................................................................ II -5

Position of the general information labels on the machine ......................................... II -6

Preparing for Operation .................................................................. III -1

Special safety instructions ....................................................................................... III -1

Initial assembly ........................................................................................................ III -1

Preparations on the front disc mower ...................................................................... III -1

Attaching the fornt disc mower ................................................................................. III -1

Checking the first fitting ........................................................................................... III -3

PTO Shaft ............................................................................................................... III -4

Adapting the PTO Shaft ........................................................................................... III -4

Intermediate PTO shaft ............................................................................................ III -4

Adjusting the compensation springs ........................................................................ III -5

Adjusting the compensation springs ........................................................................ III -5

Adjusting the cutting height ...................................................................................... III -6

Telescopic top link arm ............................................................................................ III -6

Protective devices ................................................................................................... III -7

Adjusting the guards ................................................................................................ III -7

Transport Position ................................................................................................... III -8

Lighting ................................................................................................................... III -8

7.

7.1

7.2

7.3

8

8.1

8.2

A 1

A 1.1

3.9

3.10

4.

4.1

4.2

4.3

4.4

4.4.1

4.4.2

4.5

5.

5.1

5.2

5.3

5.3.1

5.4

5.5

5.6

5.7

5.8

5.9

5.10

5.10.1

5.10.2

5.10.3

5.10.4

5.11

5.11.1

5.12

5.13

5.14

5.15

5.15.1

5.16

6.

List of contents

Unhitching the Disc Mower ...................................................................................... III -9

Safety measures before mower operation ............................................................ III -10

Setting on the disc mower............................................................. IV -1

Special safety instructions ...................................................................................... IV -1

Adjusting the Conditioner Speed ............................................................................ IV -1

Adjusting of the Conditioner Cover ......................................................................... IV -1

Adjusting the swath width........................................................................................ IV -2

Swathlaying ............................................................................................................ IV -2

Spreading the crop over the full width ...................................................................... IV -2

Adjusting the roll conditioner ................................................................................... IV -3

Maintenance ..................................................................................... V -1

Special safety instructions ....................................................................................... V -1

General ................................................................................................................... V -1

Required Quantities and Lubricant Designations for Gearboxes .............................. V -2

Oil level check and oil change intervals (gearboxes) ................................................ V -2

Angular drive ........................................................................................................... V -2

Input gearbox (CV + CRI)......................................................................................... V -3

2-speed gearbox (CV) ............................................................................................ V -3

Angular drive (CRI) .................................................................................................. V -3

Gearbox for top roller drive (optional) ....................................................................... V -4

Oil level inspection and oil change on the cutterbar .................................................. V -4

Checking the Blades and the Blade Holder ............................................................. V -6

Cutter Blades .......................................................................................................... V -6

Blade Screw Connection ......................................................................................... V -6

Blade Quick-Fit Device ........................................................................................... V -6

Inspection of the Leaf Springs in Regular Intervals .................................................... V -7

Inspection of the Cutting Discs or Drums in Regular Intervals ................................... V -7

Abrasion Limit ......................................................................................................... V -7

Changing the blades on the cutting discs with screw connection blades ................... V -8

Changing blades on cutter discs with quick-release blades ..................................... V -8

Replacing the lining ................................................................................................. V -9

Lubrication ............................................................................................................ V -10

PTO shaft .............................................................................................................. V -10

Lubrication points on the disc mower (CV) ............................................................ V -10

Winter Storage ................................................................................ VI -1

Start-up after winter storage ........................................................ VII -1

Special safety notes ............................................................................................... VII -1

General .................................................................................................................. VII -1

Friction clutch ......................................................................................................... VII -1

Accessories ...................................................................................VIII - 1

Special safety notes ............................................................................................. VIII - 1

High cut skids ....................................................................................................... VIII - 1

Commissioning ................................................................................. A -1

Installing the guard cloths ......................................................................................... A -1

1 General

This operating manual contains basic instructions to follow for assembly, operation and maintenance.

For this reason, these operating instructions must be read by operating personnel before commissioning and use, and need to be available for easy reference.

Follow both the general safety instructions contained in the section on safety and the specific safety instructions contained in the other sections.

1.1 Intended Use

The EasyCut disc mower is for cutting crops on ground level.

1.2 Technical Data

General

1.2.3 Identification

The machine data are listed on an identification plate

(1). This is attached to the carrier bar.

1.2.1 Manufacturer's Address

Maschinenfabrik Bernard Krone GmbH

Heinrich-Krone-Straße 10

D-48480 Spelle (Germany)

Telephone: (49) 59 77/935-0

Fax: (49) 59 77/935-339

E-mail:[email protected]

1.2.2 Certification

EC Declaration of Conformity corresponding to the EC Directive

See reverse side of title page

Jahr

Année

Type

Maschinenfabrik Bernard Krone GmbH

Heinrich-Krone-Straße 10, D 48480 Spelle

Masch. Nr

No. de série

Made in

W.-Germany

EC-088-1

Year

Vehicle

ID No.

Type

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

1.2.4 Data Required for Questions and

Orders

When making questions concerning the machine or ordering replacement parts, be sure to provide type designation, vehicle ID number and year of manufacture.

We recommend that these details be entered in the above boxes so that they are readily available.

Genuine replacement parts and accessories authorized by the manufacturer help ensure safety.

Use of other parts may void liability for damage which results.

I - 1

General

1.2.5 Operation in Accordance with

Specifications

The disc mower is designed solely for normal agricultural use (operation in accordance with specifications).

Any use of the machine for other purposes is deemed to be not in accordance with specifications. The manufacturer bears no responsibility for any resulting damage; such use is entirely at the operator´s risk.

Use in accordance with specifications also includes adherence to the operating, maintenance and service instructions prescribed by the manufacturer.

1.2.6 Technical Data

Type

Cutting width [mm]

Transport width [mm]

Number of mowing discs

Number of mowing cylinders

Conditioning system

Conditioner speed [1/min]

Width of conditioning system

[mm]

Area covered [ha/h]

Power consumption [kW/PS]

Power take-of shaft speed

[1/min]

Weight of machine [kg]

EasyCut 28 CV EasyCut 32 CV EasyCut 32 CRI

2710

2565

3140

3000

3140

3000

4

2

V-shaped flail.

600/900

5

2

V-shaped flail.

600/900

5

2 roll conditioner

760

2050 2490 2400

3 - 3,5

52 / 71

3,5 - 4

60 / 82

3,5 - 4

60 /82

1000

880

1000

960

1000

980

I - 2

2 Safety

2.1 Identifying Safety Instructions in the Operating Manual

The safety instructions contained in this manual which could result in personal injury if not followed are identified by the general danger sign: safety sign in accordance with DIN 4844 - W9

General function instructions are indicated as follows:

Instructions which are attached to the machine need to be followed and kept fully legible.

Safety

2.2 Safety Instructions and

Accident Prevent Regulations

2.2.1 Personnel Qualification and Training

Persons who use, service or repair the disc mower must be trained in its use and instructed as to the risks connected with its operation. The operator must define spheres of responsibility and monitoring of personnel.

Should personnel lack the required know-ledge they must receive the required training and instruction. The operator must ensure that the contents of this operating manual have been fully understood by personnel.

Repair work not described in this operating manual should be completed by authorised service centres only.

2.2.2 Failure to Follow the Safety

Instructions

Failure to follow the safety instructions could result in personal injury and environmental hazards as well as damage to the machine. Failure to follow the safety instructions could result in the forfeiture of any claims for damages.

Failure to follow the safety instructions could result, for example , in the following hazards:

– risk to persons by failure to secure the working area

– breakdown of important machine functions

– failure of prescribed methods for repair and maintenance

– risk to persons due to mechanical and chemical effects

– damage to the environment due to leaking hydraulic oil

2.2.3 Working in a Safety Conscious

Manner

Follow the safety instructions included in this operating manual, existing accident prevention rules and any internal work, operating and safety rules set out by the operator.

The safety and accident prevention regulations of the responsible professional associations are binding.

The safety instructions provided by the vehicle manufacturer should also be observed.

II - 1

Safety

Observe the applicable traffic laws when using public roads (for example, in Germany, the Road Traffic Type

Approval Law and Road Traffic Law).

2.2.4 Safety Instructions and Accident

Prevention Regulations

1. Please follow all generally applicable safety and accident prevention regulations in addition to the safety instructions contained in this manual!

2. The attached warning and safety signs provide important information for safe operation. Pay attention to these for your own safety!

3. When using public roads, make sure to observe the applicable traffic regulations!

4. Make sure that you are familiar with all equipment and controls as well as their functions before you begin working with the machine. It is too late to learn this when you are operating the machine!

5. The user should wear tight fitting clothes. Avoid wearing loose or baggy clothing.

6. Keep the machine clean to prevent the danger of fire!

7. Before starting or moving the machine, make certain that nobody is in the vicinity of the machine! (Watch for children!) Make sure that you have a clear view!

8. Carrying passengers during operation and transport on the working implement is not permitted.

9. Attach implements correctly! Attach and secure implements to specified devices only!

10. When attaching or removing implements, place the supporting devices in the correct positions!

11. Use extreme caution when attaching or detaching implements onto or from the tractor!

12. Always attach ballast weights properly to the fixing points provided!

13. Observe permitted axle loads, gross weight and transport dimensions!

14. Check and attach transport equipment such as lighting, warning devices and any protective equipment!

15. Actuating mechanisms (cables, chains, linkages etc.) for remote controlled devices must be positioned in such a way that no movements are unintentionally triggered at any transport or working positions.

16. Ensure that implements are in the prescribed condition for on-road travel and lock them in place according to the manufacturer's instructions!

17. Never leave the driver's seat when the vehicle is moving!

18. Always drive at the correct speed for the prevailing driving conditions! Avoid sudden changes in direction when traveling uphill or downhill or across a gradient!

19. Attached implements and ballast weights effect the driving, steering and braking response of the machine. Make sure that you are able to brake and steer the machine as required!

20. Take into account the extension radius and/or inertia of an implement when turning corners!

21. Start up implements only when all protective devices have been attached and set in the required position!

22. Keep clear of the working range of the machine at all times!

23. Do not stand within the turning and slewing range of the implement!

24. Never operate the hydraulic folding frames if anyone is inside the slewing range!

25. Parts operated by external power (e.g. hydraulics) can cause crushing and shearing injuries!

26. Before leaving the tractor, lower the implement onto the ground, switch off the engine and remove the ignition key!

27. No one should stand between the tractor and the implement unless the vehicle has been secured against rolling by the handbrake and/or wheel chocks!

II - 2

2.2.5 Attached Equipment

1. Special care is required when the implement is being connected to the tractor or disconnected from it!

2. The implement must only be coupled to the appropriate fittings (e.g. the 3-point connection), and they must be so secured (transport, operation) that unintentional lifting or lowering of the implement is not possible.

3. When connecting the point linkage, it is absolutely essential that the hitching categories of the tractor and attachment (e.g. power take-off shaft speed, hydraulics) are matched!

4. When operating the external controls for the threepoint linkage, make sure that nobody goes between the tractor and the implement (danger of injury)!

2.2.6 Power Take-Off Operation

1. Use only PTO shafts specified by the manufacturer!

2. The guard tube and guard cone of the PTO and the

PTO guard must be attached and in good working condition (on the implement side, too)!

3. Make sure that the required tube covers are in place for PTO shafts in transport and working position!

4. Before installing or removing PTO shafts, disengage the PTO, switch off the engine and remove the ignition key!

5. When using PTO shafts with an overload safety or free-running coupling which are not shielded by the guard on the tractor, mount the overload safety or free-running coupling on the implement side!

6. Always make sure that the PTO shaft is properly installed and secured!

7. Attach chains to prevent the PTO shaft guard from rotating with the shaft!

8. Before engaging the PTO shaft, make sure that the selected PTO shaft speed of the tractor matches the permissible implement speed!

9. Before engaging the PTO shaft, make sure that no one is in the hazard area around the implement!

10. Never engage the PTO shaft if the engine is switched off!

11. No one should be in the vicinity of the rotating PTO shaft when it is in use.

Safety

12. Always switch off PTO shaft when the angle is too large or the PTO shaft is not required!

13.

Caution!

The flywheel will continue to rotate for some time even after the PTO shaft has been disengaged! Keep clear of the implement during this time. Do not do any work on the implement until the machine has come to a complete standstill and the flywheel has been secured using the hand brake.

14. Disengage the PTO shaft, stop the engine and remove the ignition key before cleaning, lubricating and adjusting the PTO shaft driven implements or the PTO shaft! Secure the fly-wheel with the hand brake.

15. Place the disconnected PTO shaft onto the bracket provided!

16. After removing the PTO shaft, attach the protective cover to the PTO shaft end!

17. If damage occurs, correct this immediately before using the implement!

2.2.7 Hydraulic System

1. The hydraulic system is pressurized!

2. When connecting hydraulic cylinders and engines, make sure that the hydraulic hoses are connected correctly!

3. When connecting the hydraulic hoses to the tractor hydraulics, make sure that the hydraulics of both the tractor and the implement have been depressurized!

4. In the case of hydraulic connections between tractor and implement, the coupling sleeves and plugs should be marked to ensure a proper connection! If the connections are reversed, the function will be reversed (e.g. raise/lower) - risk of accidents!

5. Check the hydraulic hose lines at regular intervals and replace them if damaged or worn! The new hoses must fulfill the technical requirements set by the manufacturer of the implement!

6. When searching for leaks, use suitable aids to avoid the risk of injuries!

II - 3

Safety

7. Liquids escaping under high pressure (hydraulic oil) can penetrate the skin and cause serious injury! Seek medical help immediately should injuries occur! Risk of infection!

8. Before working on the hydraulic system, lower the implement, depressurize the system and switch off the engine!

2.2.8 Tyres

1. When working on the tyres, make sure that the implement has safely lowered and secured against rolling (wheel chocks).

2. Installing wheels and tyres requires adequate knowledge and suitable tools!

3. Repair work on the tyres and wheels should be done by specially trained personnel using appropriate installation tools only!

4. Check tyre pressure regularly! Inflate the tyres to the recommended pressures!

2.2.9 Maintenance

1. Always make certain that the drive and the engine are switched off before doing any repairs, maintenance or cleaning!

- Remove the ignition key! Secure the flywheel with the hand brake.

2. Regularly check that nuts and bolts are properly seated and tighten if necessary!

3. When doing maintenance work to a raised implement, always use suitable means to secure it against falling.

4. When replacing working tools with cutting edges, use suitable tools and gloves!

5.

Dispose of oils, greases and filters according to regulations!

6. Always disconnect the power supply before working on the electrical system!

7. If protective devices and guards are subject to wear, check them regularly and replace them in good time!

8.

When doing electrical welding on the tractor and attached implements, disconnect the alternator and battery cables!

9. Replacement parts must at least comply with the technical requirements set by the manufacturer of the implements!

This is ensured by using genuine KRONE replacement parts!

10. Only use nitrogen for filling pneumatic accumulators Risk of explosion!

2.2.10 Unauthorized Modification and

Manufacture of Replacement Parts

Modifications to the machine is permitted only with the prior approval of the manufacturer. Genuine replacement parts and accessories authorized by the manufacturer ensure safe use. Use of other parts may void liability for damage which results.

2.2.11 Prohibited Modes of Operation

The operational safety of the machine is guaranteed only if it is used for its intended purpose in accordance with the General Information chapter of the operating manual. The limit values listed in the data charts should not be exceeded under any circumstances.

II - 4

Safety

2.3 Introduction

The KRONE disc mower is equipped with all required safety devices (protective equipment). However, it is not possible to eliminate all potential hazards on this machine as this would impair its full functional capability.

Corresponding danger notices attached to the machine warn against any dangers.

The safety instructions are provided in the form of socalled warning pictograms. Important information on the location of these safety signs and what they mean is given below!

Familiarise yourself with the meaning of these warning signs. The text printed next to the danger sign and its location on the machine indicate where specific hazards are located on the machine.

2.3.1 Location of Safety Decals on the Machine

5 4 3

4

3

1 939 101-4

MAX.

MAX.

200 bar

Do not exceed the permissible PTO speed!

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

Order No. 939 101-4 (1x)

2

Read an take note of the operating instructions.

Order No. 939 471-1 (1x)

EC-089-2

II - 5

Safety

4

3

5 4 3

EC-089-2

3

Warning: high-inertia components running on for a long period

Do not touch any moving parts of the machine.

Wait until they are completely stationary.

Keep at a safe distance when the Disc mower is running.

Before starting move guards into position.

Order No. 939 576-0 (2x)

4

Danger by foreign objects thrown away.

Keep at a safe distance when the Disc mower is running.

Order No. 942 197-1 (2x)

5

Order No. 939 106-3 (1x)

540

1000

O.K.

O.K.

540

1000

540 1000

II - 6

2.3.2 Position of the general information labels on the machine

9

8

Safety

EC-090-1

1 942 368 -0 (1x) EasyCut 28 CV

942 305 -1 (1x) EasyCut 32 CV

942 346 -1 (1x) EasyCut 32 CRI

2 942 301-0 (1x)

17mm

Ø 17,5 mm min.14mm

255 499-2

3 min. 14 mm 255 498-0

255 498-0 (1x) with screw connection blades

3 255 499-2 (1x) with quickrelease blade

+

+

942 089-2

7 942 089-2 (1x)

255 497-0

6 255 497-1 (1x)

EasyCut CV

139-888

139 888-0

139-889

139 889-0

4 939 567-1 (1x)

600

900

8

942 315-0 (1x)

EasyCut CV

5 939 161-2 (1x)

E

I

939 278 -2

Vor der Erstinbetriebnahme und 1x jährlich vor der Ernte muss die Reibkupplung gelüftet werden

El embrague de seguridad debe someterse a una purga antes de la primera puesta en marcha y una vez al año antes de iniciarse la campaña de trabajo.

F

GB

La sécurité à friction doit faire l'objet d'une purge lors de la première mise en route et une fois par an avant le début de la saison.

The friction clutch must be bled at the first operation and once a year before the harvesting season.

La frizione di sicurezza deve essere sottomessa ad uno spurgo alla prima messa in campo come pure una volta all'anno prima della campagna.

9 939 278-2 (1x)

II - 7

II - 8

Safety

Preparing for Operation

3.

Preparing for Operation

3.1 Special safety instructions

• The mower is designed solely for agricultural use (operation in accordance with specifications)

• The mower is not suitable for mowing banks.

• While working with the mower, all personnel must keep a sufficient safety distance from the cutting tools.

• he support skids must be on the ground before the machine is switched on and during operation.

• Even when the mower is used in accordance with specifications, stones etc. may be thrown out. Therefore, nobody must be allowed to enter the danger area. Special care must be taken when working near roads and buildings.

3.2 Initial assembly

3.2.1 Preparations on the front disc mower

• Push the PTO shaft (3) onto the PTO shaft stub (1) on the front disc mower

• Click in locking device

• Secure the PTO shaft guard (2) using the pipe clip (4) so it does not turn with the PTO shaft

• Place PTO shaft (3) onto its support (1).

3.2.2 Attaching the fornt disc mower

A Weiste triangle (1) is fitted to the front hydraulic system for attaching the front disc mower. Set the top link arm so that the triangle leans forward slightly.

Observe the operating instructions of the manufacturer of the coupling triangle.

• The protective cloth covers must be checked regularly. Worn and damaged cloth covers must be replaced.

• The protective features on the mower, e.g. cloth covers and guard plates, are designed to protect from stones etc. that are thrown out and to prevent access to dangerous parts of the machine. Therefore it is essential that they are in position before work commences.

• When the mower is moved from transport position to mowing position or back to transport position, nobody must be allowed to go between the tractor and the mower.

• Special care is required when fitting implements to the tractor or removing them. It is essential that the accident prevention regulations are observed.

4

EC-093-1

1

AFL 245-0-007

III - 1

Preparing for Operation

The lower links of the tractor front power lift must be set in such a way that they can oscillate freely (see operating instructions for the front power lift).

If this adjustment should not be possible on your tractor, oscillating adapters should be fitted to the lower links.

Order no. „lower link adapter“: 140 190

(1x)

The lower link adapters can also be used to increase the distance between tractor and mower.

• Drive the tractor with the Weiste triangle (2) carefully in front of the front disc mower mount (1)

Make certain the tension springs (3) are correctly mounted.

The heavier tension springs (3) mounted on the left

The lighter tension springs (3) mounted on the right

• The extension spring (3) must not be inside the mount

• Couple the Weiste triangle (2) to the mounting (1).

3

1

• Use set screw (5) to adjust the ratchet (3) until there is a 1 mm clearance between ratchet (3) and lock (4).

• Secure the Weiste triangle (1) with the spring pin (2).

If the guards should bottom against the tractor front wheels, it is advisable to install adapters between the lower links and the Weiste triangle (see above descripton).

2

1

AFL 245-0-007

AFA-0-003

III - 2

3.2.3 Checking the first fitting

To do this:

• Raise the mowing unit

The mowing unit must be raised parallel to the ground.

If it is not:

• Hook the upper suspension arm (1) into another hole on the tractor or on the Weiste triangle (2) so that the mowing unit is raised as close as possible parallel to the ground.

Lifting the mowing unit parallel to the ground will help prevent the machine from running unevenly due to the PTO shaft.

3

1

Preparing for Operation

2

AFA-0-003

III - 3

Preparing for Operation

3.3 PTO Shaft

• Only fit or remove the PTO shaft if the engine has been switched off and the ignition key has been removed.

• Secure the tractor against rolling away.

• Make sure that the PTO shaft seal snaps into place. Secure the rotective tube so it does not turn with the shaft.

3.3.1 Adapting the PTO Shaft

• Hold the PTO shaft halves (1) and (2) next to each other

• Check the overlap of the attachment and protective tubes

• Shorten the attachment and protective tubes so they can move freely in all operating positions

• Adapting the length of the shaft is described in detail in the PTO shaft manufacturer's operating instructions

• Swing the PTO shaft support under the Weiste triangle.

• Push the PTO shaft (1) onto the tractor PTO shaft and secure

• Secure the protective tube using the retaining chain

(2) so it does not rotate with the shaft

3.3.2 Intermediate PTO shaft

The intermediate PTO shaft is mounted with the freerunning end (1) towards the angular drive. The friction clutch (2) of the intermediate PTO shaft must be connected to the main gearbox.

Bleed the friction clutch (2) before the first operation and then once a year before the harvesting season (see chapter Start-up after winter storage

„Friction clutcht“).

1

1

2

2

AFA-0-006

AFA-0-005

EC-206-0

III - 4

Preparing for Operation

3.4 Adjusting the compensation springs

• The adjustment of the compensation springs must only be carried out when the disc mower is in transport position. In working position, the compensation springs are under a high tension.

• Taking off the compensation springs when the mower is in working position can cause serious injury.

• The lower screw-in sections of the compensation springs must be completely screwed in.

• Disc mower in transport position

• Attach the compensation spring (3) to the perforated strip (4).

• Fasten to fixing point "a" using the retainer (2) and secure with the hinge clip (1)

The distance between fixing point "a" on the compensating spring (3) and the pivoting point of the tractor lower link arm (5) should be between 350–500 mm.

2

1 a

3

5

4

AFA-1-007_1

3.4.1 Adjusting the compensation springs

The ground pressure of the cutter bar will be adjusted to the local conditions via the three compensation springs

(1). In order to protect the turf, the cutter bar has to be relieved of the load so much that it doesn’t jump while mowing and at the same time, that it doesn’t leave any tracks on the ground.

Shorter retaining chain = minimum flotation

Longer retaining chain = maximum flotation

If a telescope upper suspension arm is being used (optional)

The higher the compensation springs (1) are hooked into the perforated bar (2), the lower the pressure on the ground in the front part of the cutter bar.

If the compensation springs are hooked in too high, the mowing unit will tip towards the rear.

or:

The lower the compensation springs (1) are hooked into the perforated bar (2), the greater the pressure on the ground in the front part of the cutter bar.

If the compensation springs are hooked in too low, the mowing unit will have too much weight on the ground in front.

2

1

EC-145-2

III - 5

Preparing for Operation

Adjustments must always be made only when the drive is switched off and the tractor engine is at a standstill!

Remove the ignition key! Secure the tractor against rolling away.

3.5 Adjusting the cutting height

The cutting height is set on the top link arm (1)

Longer top link arm = smaller cutting height

Shorter top link arm = larger cutting height

EC-083-2

3.5.1 Telescopic top link arm

To allow the front disc mower to adapt itself to the ground contours in the direction of travel, a telescopic top link arm can be ordered as an optional extra.

The cutting height is set via the telescopic top link arm by loosening the lock nut (2) and (3). The telescopic top link arm compression spring is released by turning the locking clip (1) back.

This ensures optimal adaptation of the front mower unit in the direction of travel.

3

1

2

AFA-0-020

III - 6

3.6 Protective devices

Always check protective devices for damage before operation. Replace damaged protective devices immediately. Risk of injury!

• Before operation always put the left-hand and righthand guard (1) into working position

3.6.1 Adjusting the guards

Lateral guards

• The lateral guards are adjustable for height. For this release the bolts (1) and (2) and move carrier arm (3) to the desired height. Retighten the bolts.

Preparing for Operation

EC-081-1

EC-0-027

Front guards

The position of the front guards depends on the height adjustment of the lateral guards. Dimension a = 440 mm . Choose the position of the guards that matches the height of the crop to be mown. Adjusting front guard (1) to dimension “a” ensures the best possible protection against objects being thrown away. The guard is then parallel to the ground.

a

1

The front guards can be opened using a screw driver which has to be used to pull down the pawl.

AMT4-0-033

EC-0-044

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Preparing for Operation

EasyCut 28 CV ; EasyCut 32 CV

Prior to each field operation the guard cloth (1) must be tensioned to ensure that it cannot be caught by the conditioner roller.

3.7 Transport Position

When driving on public roads, observe all applicable requirements (lighting, identification plates, axle loads, permissible dimension of front mounted extension, etc.)!

Switch off the PTO shaft before transport on public roads. Wait until the machine has come to a standstill.

Raise the front disc mower.

Before each road journey move the left hand and the right hand guard (1) into transport position

3.8 Lighting

• Install the lighting supports (1).

• Introduce warning panels (2) with lighting equipment

(3) from top into the lighting supports (1).

• Secure using spring clips (4).

• Check lighting equipment for proper function.

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A 3,5 m

EC-224-0

EC-080-1

EC-0-082

3.9 Unhitching the Disc Mower

• Switch off the engine and remove the ignition key. Secure the tractor against rolling away.

• The disassembling of the compensation springs must only be carried out when the disc mower is in transport position. In working position, the compensation springs are under a high tension.

Lower the front disc mower onto solid ground.

• Put disc mower in transport position

• Detach the compensation springs (2) and hang on hook (1)

• Lower front disc mower

• Remove retaining chain (4)

• Pull off PTO shaft (3) und auf Gelenkwellenhalter ablegen

Preparing for Operation

• Taking off the compensation springs when the mower is in working position can cause serious injury.

• The lower screw-in sections of the compensation springs must be completely screwed in.

2

1

3

4

AFA-0-010

• Pull spring pins (5) out of the Weiste triangle (6)

• Release locking mechanism of Weiste triangle.

• Lower the front hydraulics carefully

• Drive out of the front disc mower mounting carefully

III - 9

Preparing for Operation

3.10

Safety measures before mower operation

• Only carry out work on the mower unit once the PTO shaft has been switched off, the engine switched off and the ignition key removed. Secure the tractor against unintentional operation and rolling away.

• Always check protective devices for damage before operation. Replace damaged protective devices immediately.

Risk of injury!

• Prop up the cutterbar when raised. Never stand under a suspended load!

• Safe operation is only guaranteed if the cutter blades are fitted according to the instructions.

• Always check the mower unit for damaged, missing or worn cutter blades before operation. If necessary, replace cutter blades. The same applies for retaining components.

• To prevent unbalanced rotation, only replace missing or damaged cutter blades as complete sets.

• Never fit cutter blades with different levels of wear to one drum/disc.

• Whenever you change cutter blades also check retaining components and replace them if necessary.

• Move guards into position.

III - 10

Settings

4.

Setting on the disc mower

4.1 Special safety instructions

Adjustments must always be made only when the drive is switched off and the tractor engine is at a standstill! Remove the ignition key! Secure the tractor against rolling away.

4.2 Adjusting the Conditioner Speed

(EasyCut 28 CV ; EasyCut 32 CV)

The conditioner speed may only be adjusted if the tractor engine is stopped and the ignition key removed.

Secure the tactor to prevent it from moving and running away.

To conditioner speeds can be selected on the gearbox, depending on power requirement and desired conditioning intensity.

Minimum speed: 600 rpm

Maximum speed: 900 rpm

• Drive out wing nut (1) from shift lever (2).

• Turn shift lever (2) 180° and at the same time turn mower disc (3) in order that the shift lever can fully be turned around.

• Secure shift lever (2) using wing nut (1).

900

600

EC-2-031

4.3 Adjusting of the Conditioner Cover

(EasyCut 28 CV ; EasyCut 32 CV)

The conditioner cover plate can be adjusted by means of the crank handle (1) to adjust the conditioning of the crop. The setting depends on the required degree of conditioning of the crop.

+ : conditioning intensity is increased

- : conditioning intensity is reduced

Check the conditioner for damaged prongs before work commences:

Straighten any bent flails.

Replace any broken flails.

EC-032-0

IV - 1

Settngs

4.4 Adjusting the swath width

The machine offers two crop laying modes:

• Swathlaying

• Spreading the crop over the full width

4.4.1 Swathlaying

Swath width can be varied by adjusting the conditioner flaps (1) located on the rear side of the machine. Ringnuts are provided to lock the conditioner flaps in the desired position.

EC-091-1

4.4.2 Spreading the crop over the full width

(EasyCut 28 CV ; EasyCut 32 CV)

Open the conditioner flaps (1) as far as possible.

The deflector plates (2) are adjusted at the factory. Depending on the operating conditions it may necessary to readjust the deflector plates to achieve an even distribution of the crop over the entire width.

EC-098-1

IV - 2

Settings

4.5 Adjusting the roll conditioner

(EasyCut 32 CRI)

General

The roll conditioner is specially designed for conditioning leguminous crops or other crops with fragile leaf stalks.

Conditioning intensity is adjusted by varying the clearance and the pressure between both rollers by means of bolts and tension springs. Minimum clearance

(x) between the conditioning rollers should be 2 mm.

Adjusting the clearance between the rollers

Bolt (1) (rh and lh side of the machine) can be used to adjust the clearance (x) between both rollers. For this release locknut (2) and adjust with bolt (1) as follows:

Turning the bolt in direction 1 reduces the clearance

Turning the bolt in direction 2 increases the clearance

• Tighten locknut (2) firmly.

x

CRI-0-001

2

II

1

I

EC-187-0

IV - 3

IV - 4

Settngs

Maintenance

5.

Maintenance

5.1

Special safety instructions

• Repair, maintenance and safety work must only be carried out when the mower drive and the tractor engine are switched off!

• The mower discs run on after they are switched off! Remove the ignition key and take measure to prevent the tractor rolling or being inadvertently switched on.

• When working on the disc mower in transport position, it is essential to close the transport locking device

(hydraulic valve) on the hydraulic cylinder of the disc mower.

• The blades and retaining bolts must be checked every day or before each time the mower is switched on.

• Check regularly to ensure that the lower screw-in sections on the tension springs are completely screwed in.

5.2

General

Torque moment M

A

(if not stated differently).

M 4

M 5

M 6

M 8

A

Ø

5.6

6.8

8.8

10.9

12.9

MA (Nm)

2,2 3 4,4 5,1

4,5 5,9 8,7 10

7,6 10 15 18

18 25 36 43

M 10

M12

M14

M14x1,5

M 16

M16x1,5

M 20

29 37 49 72 84

42 64 85 125 145

100 135 200 235

145 215 255

160 210 310 365

225 330 390

425 610 710

730 1050 1220 M 24

M 24x1,5 350

M 24x2 800 1150 1350

M 27

M 27x2

M30

1100 1550 1800

1150 1650 1950

1450 2100 2450

A = thread size (screw class visible on screw head)

A

8 . 8

1

0 . 9

KR-1-130

Screws / Nut

Nut for cutting disc flange

Bearing house for cutting disc

Bearing house for mowing drum

MA [Nm]

850

42

42

V - 1

Maintenance

5.3

Required Quantities and Lubricant Designations for Gearboxes

Angular drive

Input gearbox

2-speed gearbox (CV)

Angular drive (CRI)

Gearbox for top roller drive (optional)

Mowing beam EasyCut 28 CV

Mowing beam EasyCut 32 CV/CRI

Required quantity

[litres]

1,7 l

0,7 l

1,9 l

0,4 l

0,2 l

6 l

7 l

Oil typ

Brand name

SAE90

SAE90

SAE90

SAE90

SAE90

SAE90

SAE9

Biological lubricants

Brand name

on request

5.3.1 Oil level check and oil change intervals (gearboxes)

• First oil change on all gearboxes after 50 operating hours, then every 200 operating hours (but at least once a year).

• Check the oil level before every operation.

• For biological lubricants, the oil change intervals must be strictly adhered to due to ageing of the oils.

5.4

Angular drive

Oil inspection:

• Intervals see section 5.3.1

• Remove check screw (1)

• Oil level up to bore hole

• If necessary, top up oil (SAE 90)

Oil change:

• Intervals see section 5.3.1

• Unscrew venting filter (3) and suck out oil.

• Collect the used oil in a suitable collection vessel.

• Refill oil from the top (Oil level up to hole (1))

• Screw in venting filter (3)

Oil quality: see section 5.3

Tank capacity: see section 5.3

The used oil must be correctly disposed of!

1

3

EC-152-0

V - 2

5.5

Input gearbox (CV + CRI)

Oil inspection:

• Intervals see section 5.3.1

• Remove check screw (1)

• Oil level up to bore hole

• If necessary, top up oil (SAE 90)

Oil change:

• Intervals see section 5.3.1

• Unscrew the oil draining screw (2)

• Collect the used oil in a suitable collection vessel.

• Fit oil draining screw (2)

• Fill oil through hole (3) (Oil level up to hole (1))

Oil quality: see section 5.3

Tank capacity: see section 5.3

The used oil must be correctly disposed of!

5.6

2-speed gearbox (CV)

Oil inspection:

• Intervals see section 5.3.1

• Remove check screw (1)

• Oil level up to bore hole

• If necessary, top up oil (SAE 90), fit check screw

Oil change:

• Intervals see section 5.3.1

• Unscrew the oil draining screw (2)

• Collect the used oil in a suitable collection vessel.

• Fit oil draining screw(2)

• Fill oil through hole (3) (Oil level up to hole (1))

Oil quality: see section 5.3

Tank capacity: see section 5.3

The used oil must be correctly disposed of!

5.7

Angular drive (CRI)

Oil inspection:

• Intervals see section 5.3.1

• Remove check screw (1)

• Oil level up to bore hole

• If necessary, top up oil (SAE 90)

Oil change:

• Intervals see section 5.3.1

• Unscrew the oil draining screw (2)

• Collect the used oil in a suitable collection vessel.

• Fit oil draining screw (2)

• Fill oil (1) (Oil level up to hole (1))

Oil quality: see section 5.3

Tank capacity: see section 5.3

The used oil must be correctly disposed of!

2

1

Maintenance

EC-0-086

EC-1-041

EC-189-0

V - 3

Maintenance

5.8

Gearbox for top roller drive

(optional)

Oil inspection:

• Intervals see section 5.3.1

• Remove check screw (1)

• Oil level up to bore hole

• If necessary, top up oil (SAE 90)

Oil change:

• Intervals see section 5.3.1

• Unscrew the oil draining screw (2)

• Collect the used oil in a suitable collection vessel.

• Fit oil draining screw (2)

• Fill oil (1) (Oil level up to hole (1))

Oil quality: see section 5.3

Tank capacity: see section 5.3

The used oil must be correctly disposed of!

1

2

5.9

Oil level inspection and oil change on the cutterbar

Oil level check

• Align the cutterbar using a spirit level (1).

Crosswise

• Lay the spirit level (1) on the cutting disc hub parallel to the direction of travel.

Lengthwise

• Lay the spirit level (1) on two cutting discs.

V - 4

EC-186-0

EC-0-001

EC-0-002

Carrying out oil check

Lower guards. Nobody should be in the danger zone around the machine.

Allow the machine to run briefly. Wait until the cutterbar has come to a standstill.

Switch off engine. Remove ignition key.

Check the oil level before every operation.

• Remove the oil check screw (1) on the cutterbar.

• Oil level up to bore hole

• If necessary, top up oil (SAE 90), fit check screw

Maintenance

EC-0-003

Oil change on the cutterbar

• Use a suitable collecting vessel

• Remove cover (2) at the cutterbar end.

• Lower the cutterbar on this side

• Drain oil

• Reinstall cover (2) with new seal.

• Fill oil through check screw hole (1)

• Align the cutterbar horizontally crosswise and lengthwise before checking the oil level (see Oil check Kapitel 5.9)

Oil quality: see section 5.3

Tank capacity: see section 5.3

• Dispose of used oil properly!

• Check the oil after any repair work on the cutterbar.

• First oil change of all gears after 50 operating hours, then every 200 operating hours (but at least once a year).

EC-0-051

V - 5

Maintenance

5.10 Checking the Blades and the

Blade Holder

Missing and damaged cutter blades and cutter blade holders can cause dangerous operating states.

Therefore:

• check cutter blades at least once per day and

• check holding bolts after each blade changing or after each contact with foreign objects.

5.10.1 Cutter Blades

The borehole on the cutter blade may spread due to wear.

The cutter blade must be replaced no later than when the limit of wear is reached (see identifying mark (1) on the cutter blade; dimension a equals 7 mm).

The cutter blades can be turned around and used on both sides. When cutter blades are missing or damaged, they must be replaced as a complete set. This prevents dangerous unbalanced rotation.

5.10.2 Blade Screw Connection

At every blade changing check the thickness of the holding bolts material.

The material thickness of the holding bolts must not be less than 14 mm at the weakest point.

Damaged or worn holding bolts must always be replaced by sets on each mowing disc!

a

1

EC 253 0 min. 14 mm

5.10.3 Blade Quick-Fit Device

At every blade change check the thickness of the holding bolts and leaf spring material.

The material thickness of the holding bolts must not be less than 14 mm at the weakest point.

The material thickness of the leaf spring must not be less than 3 mm at the weakest point.

Damaged or worn holding bolts must always be replaced by sets on each mowing disc!

V - 6 min. 14 mm EC-0-017

Maintenance

5.10.4 Inspection of the Leaf Springs in

Regular Intervals

Check the leaf springs for damages at least once per day or after contact with foreign objects.

The abrasion limit of the leaf springs will be achieved if the application seam

(1) is worn on one point.

Use only Original Krone spare parts to replace the leaf springs.

5.11 Inspection of the Cutting Discs or Drums in Regular Intervals

Check the cutting discs or blade drums for damages at least once per day or after contact with foreign objects.

In case of deformed cuttings discs or drums, the dimension of A = 48 mm must never be exceeded.

A

The cutting discs or drums must be replaced by Original Krone spare parts only.

5.11.1 Abrasion Limit

The abrasion limit (2) will be achieved if the min. material thickness of 3 mm is no longer given.

.

If cutting discs or blade drums show deformations or wear in form of abrasions

(2) or similar, these components have to be replaced by Original Krone spare parts 2

1

2

17mm

1 min.14mm

1

EC 225 0

EC-0-211

EC-226-0

V - 7

Maintenance

5.12 Changing the blades on the cutting discs with screw connection blades

• To mount the blades, insert the blade (5) between the wear plate (2) and the mower disc (1).

• Insert the retaining bolt (3) from below through the wear plate, the blade and the mower disc.

• Place the hex nut (4) on the bolt from above and tighten it firmly (see chap. 5.2 Torque moment)

• Repeat this process for all blades, even on the mower drums.

The hex nut (4) used to secure the retaining bolts must not be used more than 1 times.

After changing the blade, check that they fit perfectly and check that they are freely moblile.

Clockwise rotating blades Order-No.: 139-889

Anti-clockwise rotating blades Order-No.: 139-888

• After fitting the blades, fold the protective cloth down again.

5.13 Changing blades on cutter discs with quick-release blades

• Push the special tool (1) {blade key} between the cutter disc (4) and leaf spring (3) and press down with one hand.

• Guide blade (2) onto retaining bolt and allow the blade key to return upwards.

After any replacement of the blades, it is essential to check that the blades (2) and the leaf springs (3) are correctly seated on the pins (5). The blades (2) must be freely movable on the pins (5).

2 3 4

Clockwise rotating blades Order-No.: 139-889

Anti-clockwise rotating blades Order-No.: 139-888

• After fitting the blades, fold the protective cloth down again.

V - 8

5

EC-0-006

EC-1-007

5.14 Replacing the lining

Heavily damaged linings (see illustration) must be replaced immediately to prevent any risk of damage to the cutterbar.

• Open the seam of the old lining.

• Disassemble the lining.

• Trim the bearing surface.

Adjust the welding current and the welding material to the cutter bar material and to the lining or carry out a trial welding if necessary.

• Adapt the new lining (3).

• Weld short I-seams on the upper surface of the cutter bar in the areas marked (1) (each should be approx.30 mm)

• Do not weld the edges (2).

• On the lower surface of the cutter bar, weld the lining (3) along the whole length in area (5) with the cutter bar.

• Do not weld the edges (4).

Maintenance

EC-0-012

EC-0-010

V - 9

Maintenance

5.15 Lubrication

5.15.1 PTO shaft

The lubrication intervals of the PTO shaft can be seen in the illustration. Further information can be found in the operating manual of the PTO shaft manufacturer.

5.16 Lubrication points on the disc mower (CV)

V - 10

EC-087-1

Winter storage

6.

Winter Storage

• Store the machine in a dry place.

Do not store it near artificial fertilizers.

• Clean the machine thoroughly. Dirt attracts moisture and causes corrosion. If you clean the machine with high pressure water jet sprayers, do not direct the water jet at the bearings.

• Check moving parts (joints etc.) for freedom of movement. Where it is appropriate, remove them, clean them and check them for wear. If necessary, replace them with new parts!

• Oil all joints!

• Thoroughly grease the machine.

• Grease the protective sleeves of the PTO shaft to prevent them from freezing.

• Touch up the paintwork; bare metal must be conserved thoroughly with rust preservative.

• Make a list of all replacement parts needed, and order them in good time. It is easier for your KRONE dealer to obtain and fit the necessary parts out of the season. Your machine will then be fully operational for the coming season.

VI - 1

VI - 2

Winter storage

Start-up after winter storage

7.

Start-up after winter storage

7.1 Special safety notes

• Repair, servicing, maintenance, cleaning work may only be carried out when the machine is at a standstill. Switch off the machine. Remove the ignition key. Secure the tractor from rolling away.

• All protective plates and protective devices should be reassembled correctly after servicing and maintenance work has been completed.

• Prevent oil and grease coming into contact with the skin.

• Contact a doctor immediately for injuries caused by escaping oil.

• Observe all safety notes to prevent injuries and accidents.

7.2 General

• Remove the grease and oils used to preserve the machine

• Carry out the measures given in the chapter

"Maintenance"

• Bleed the friction clutch

• Carefully read through the operating instructions again.

7.3 Friction clutch

Bleed the friction clutch (1) before the first operation and then once a year before the harvesting season. The coupling plates may become stuck to the friction plate

The friction clutch protects the tractor and the machine from damage. It is fitted with a fixed starting torque M

R

.

The torque is stamped on the friction clutch housing (2).

Bleed the friction clutch

Tighten the four nuts (1). Block the machine and turn the friction clutch by hand. Loosen the nuts again.

1 2

KR302336

Alterations made to the overload coupling change the starting torque.

This results in the guarantee becoming void!

Use only original KRONE parts!

VII - 1

VII - 2

Start-up after winter storage

Accessories

8 Accessories

8.1 Special safety notes

• Repair, servicing, maintenance and cleaning work should only be carried out when the machine is at a standstill. Switch off the engine. Remove the ignition key. Secure the tractor from rolling away.

• All protective plates and protective devices should be mounted correctly after servicing and maintenance work has been completed.

• Contact a doctor imediately for injuries caused by escaping oil.

• Park the machine securely. Secure from rolling away unintentionally.

• Support the machine securely when raised. Never walk under the raised machine.

8.2 High cut skids

Adjusting skids can be used to increase the cutting height (see Section 4.1.1 Adjusting the cutting height).

To do this, insert the adjusting skid (3) into the glide skids (2) and screw them in place.

Install the high cut skids under the cutting discs which are located next to a cutting drum.

1

2

3

EC-192-1

VIII - 1

VIII - 2

Accessories

Appendix

A 1 Commissioning

• Before the first use of the high-performance mower-conditioner, all guard cloths supplied must be fitted to the front mower and to the lateral mowers.

A 1.1Installing the guard cloths

18

17

20

14

16 15

3

2

22

5

3

12

13

19

20

EC-209-0

5

3

4

11

21

5

3

3

2

10

3

5

3

2

1

2

3

Pos. ET - No.

Description

1

2

3

4

8

9

5

7

16

17

18

19

20

21

12

13

14

15

22

10

11

258 195

258 217

255 697

258 186

255 441

256 660

258 041

255 443

258 187

255 698

258 188

910 414

908 758

904 751

256 656

255 440

258 197

255 331

255 442

144 728

255 445

900 614

910 603

255 453

255 454

908 706

255 440

255 331

255 451

258 218

258 196

255 329

258 194

255 330

Clamping strap lg.=1240 mm

Clamping strap lg.=1026 mm

Hex head bolt M 8 x 20

Washer 8,4 x 24 x 2

Front plastic cloth lg.= 2828 mm

Front plastic cloth lg.= 2323 mm

Hex nut M 8

Clamping strap lg.= 120 mm

Clamping strap.= 377 mm

Plastic cloth RH lg.= 1870 mm

Plastic cloth RH lg.= 1883 mm

Plastic cloth RH lg.= 1710 mm

Clamping strap lg.= 576 mm

Clamping strap lg.= 437 mm

Clamping strap lg.= 403 mm

Clamping strap lg.= 427 mm

Clamping strap lg.= 547mm

Kunststofftuch links lg.= 1622 mm

Kunststofftuch links lg.= 1717 mm

Clamping strap lg.= 181 mm

Clamping strap lg.= 1086 mm

Clamping strap lg.= 920 mm

Clamping strap lg.= 498 mm

Clamping strap lg.= 555 mm

Clamping strap lg.= 205 mm

Clamping strap lg.= 363 mm

Washer 10,5 x 21 x 2

Hex nut M 10

Flat round bolt M 10 x 20

Back plastic cloth lg.= 1548

Clamping strap lg.= 120 mm

Clamping strap lg.= 91 mm

Clamping strap lg.= 377 mm

Clamping strap lg.= 381 mm

9 8 7

EC-146-0

7

1

7

7

1

40

1

1

1

EC 28 CV EC 32 CV EC 32 CRI EC 32 CRI with top roller drive

2 2 2

2

40

80

42

84

1

39

78

1

40

80

1

42

1

1

1

39

1

1

40

1

1

1

1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1

1

1 1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

7

1

7

7

1

1

1 1

1 1

A- 1

A - 2

Appendix

Appendix

A- 3

.

. . konsequent, kompetent

Maschinenfabrik

Bernard Krone GmbH

Heinrich-Krone-Straße 10, D-48480 Spelle

Postfach 11 63, D-48478 Spelle

Phone +049 (0) 59 77/935-0

Fax +049 (0) 59 77/935-339

Internet: http://www.krone.de

eMail: [email protected]

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