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OPERATOR’S SAFETY
AND SERVICE MANUAL
SP80
SP125
SP160
This manual covers the following serial numbers
and higher for each model listed:
SP80 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3830125
SP125 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3830125
SP160 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3830125
SOIL PICK
MBW, Inc.
250 Hartford Rd • PO Box 440
Slinger, WI 53086-0440
Phone: (262) 644-5234
Fax: (262) 644-5169
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.mbw.com
MBW (UK) Ltd.
MBW France S.A.R.L
Units 2 & 3 Cochrane Street
Bolton BL3 6BN, England
Phone: 01204 387784
Fax: 01204 387797
Phone: +33 (0) 3 44 07 15 96
Fax: +33 (0) 3 44 07 41 28
L3847 / 07.15.N
©MBW, Inc. 2015
Printed in the USA
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Tips & Tricks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Safety Decals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Before Starting & Operating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Torque Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Service Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Handle Disassembly. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Handle Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Parts Replacement Cycles and Tolerances . . . . . . . . 7
Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Connecting to Air Compressor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Main Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Starting Soil Pick. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Handle Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Operating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Stopping Soil Pick. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Introduction
SAFE DRESS: Do not wear loose clothing,
rings, wristwatches, etc. near machinery.
This Safety Alert Symbol is used to call attention
to items or operations which may be dangerous
to those operating or working with this
equipment.
The symbol can be found
throughout this manual and on the unit. Please read these
warnings and cautions, along with all decals, carefully
before attempting to operate the unit. Make sure every
individual who operates or works with this equipment is
familiar with all safety precautions.
NOISE PROTECTION: Wear OSHA specified
hearing protection devices.
EYE PROTECTION: Wear OSHA specified
eye shields, safety glasses, and sweat bands.
FOOT PROTECTION: Wear OSHA specified
steel-tipped safety shoes.
WARNING
HEAD PROTECTION: Wear OSHA specified
safety helmets.
GENERAL WARNING.
Indicates information
important to the proper operation of the
equipment. Failure to observe may result in
damage to the equipment and/or severe bodily
injury or death.
DUST PROTECTION: Wear OSHA specified
dust mask or respirator.
CAUTION
OPERATOR: Keep children and bystanders
off and away from the equipment.
GENERAL CAUTION.
Indicates information
important to the proper operation of the
equipment. Failure to observe may result in
damage to the equipment.
REFERENCES: For details on safety rules and regulations
in the United States, contact your local Occupational Safety
and Health Administration (OSHA) office. Equipment
operated in other countries must be operated and serviced
in accordance and compliance with any and all safety
requirements of that country. The publication of these
safety precautions is done for your information. MBW does
not by the publication of these precautions, imply or in any
way represent that these are the sum of all dangers present
near MBW equipment.
If you are operating MBW
equipment, it is your responsibility to insure that such
operation is in full accordance with all applicable safety
requirements and codes. All requirements of the United
States Federal Occupational Safety and Health
Administration Act must be met when operated in areas that
are under the jurisdiction of that United States Department.
Safety Precautions
LETHAL EXHAUST GAS: An internal
combustion engine discharges carbon
monoxide, a poisonous, odorless, invisible
gas. Death or serious illness may result if
inhaled. Operate only in an area with proper
ventilation.
NEVER OPERATE IN A
CONFINED AREA!
DANGEROUS FUELS: Use extreme caution
when storing, handling and using fuels, as
they are highly volatile and explosive in vapor
state. Do not add fuel while engine is running.
Stop and cool the engine before adding fuel.
DO NOT SMOKE!
Safety Decals
SAFETY GUARDS: It is the owner's
responsibility to ensure that all guards and
shields are in place and in working order.
Carefully read and follow all safety decals. Keep them in
good condition. If decals become damaged, replace as
required. If repainting the unit, replace all decals. Decals
are available from authorized MBW distributors. Order the
decal set listed on the following page(s).
IGNITION SYSTEMS: Breakerless, magneto,
and battery ignition systems can cause severe
electrical shocks. Avoid contacting these
units or their wiring.
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US PATENT #5,170,943
• MINIMIZE SCATTER BY KEEPING BOTTOM
OF DEFLECTOR SHIELD THREE INCHES (3”)
ABOVE NOZZLE.
• PULL TRIGGER AND CHECK PRESSURE
GAUGE. IF INDICATED PRESSURE IS NOT
BETWEEN 100 AND 125 PSI (INDICATED BY
A GREEN SECTION ON SOME GAUGES),
INCREASE AIR SUPPLY BEFORE
PROCEEDING.
17762
WARNING
High pressure air/skin
puncture hazard.
Do not point nozzle
at people.
CAUTION
Flying debris and loud
noise hazard.
Wear ear and eye
protection.
17762
Safety Decals
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SPECIFICATIONS
63
SP80
SP125
SP160
Volume of Air
80 cfm (38 L/s)
125 cfm (59 L/s)
160 cfm (76 L/s)
Minimum Operating Pressure
100 psi (689 kPa)
100 psi (689 kPa)
100 psi (689 kPa)
Maximum Operating Pressure
175 psi (1210 kPa)
175 psi (1210 kPa)
175 psi (1210 kPa)
Exit Velocity
1476 mph (660 M/s)
1476 mph (660 M/s)
1476 mph (660 M/s)
4 in (10 cm)
4 in (10 cm)
8 in (20 cm)
6.7 lbs (3.0 kg)
6.7 lbs (3.0 kg)
6.7 lbs (3.0 kg)
100 dBA
100 dBA
100 dBA
Cutting Edge
1
Operating Weight
Noise
Level2
1. Cutting edge will vary with different soil conditions.
2. Noise levels based upon normal operating conditions.
Specifications subject to change without notice
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OPERATION
Introduction
WARNING
This parts manual contains only standard parts. Variations
of these parts as well as other special parts are not included.
Contact your local MBW distributor for assistance in
identifying parts not included in this manual.
Do not operate the Soil Pick at a pressure greater
than 125 psi.
4.
Before Starting & Operating
Operating
• REMEMBER! It is the owner’s responsibility to
communicate information on the safe use and proper
operation of this unit to the operators.
WARNING
• Review ALL of the Safety Precautions listed on page 1 of
this manual.
Always wear safety goggles and
protection when operating Soil Pick.
• Familiarize yourself with the operation of the machine
and confirm that all controls function properly.
• Know how to STOP the machine in case of an
emergency.
• Make sure hands, feet, and clothing are at a safe
distance from any moving parts.
For proper operation, the air supply must deliver the volume
and pressure required for the Soil Pick model being used.
Refer to Specifications, page 3 for minimum requirements.
Start compressor and check pressure gage to verify
proper operation of the compressor.
2.
Connect air hose to compressor outlet and install
safety clips if required.
3.
Connect air hose to Soil Pick coupler and install
safety clips if required.
4.
Open compressor valve to pressurize Soil Pick.
If the area to be excavated is covered with grass or
other plant material, it may be easier to remove it with
a shovel or rake before proceeding with the Soil Pick.
2.
Hold the Soil Pick perpendicular to the soil surface to
be worked.
3.
With the nozzle in contact with the soil, pull the trigger
momentarily to break up the soil in immediate contact
with the nozzle tip.
4.
While keeping the nozzle submerged in the loosened
soil, hold the trigger down and work the nozzle in a
circular motion.
5.
As the soil is loosened and the Soil Pick is worked
deeper into the ground, move the deflector up the
barrel to minimize scatter.
6.
After loosening the soil, it can be easily removed
using an industrial vacuum system or using
conventional methods.
Stopping Soil Pick
Starting Soil Pick
1.
Close compressor valve to release supply pressure
to Soil Pick.
2.
Aim Soil Pick away from people, and pull the trigger
to relieve all residual air pressure in the hose.
3.
Disconnect air hose on both ends.
4.
Turn compressor OFF.
5.
Slowly open compressor valve to relieve air pressure
in the tank.
WARNING
Never aim the Soil Pick at exposed skin or people.
1.
Aim Soil Pick away from people, and pull the trigger.
2.
If the pressure reading is less than 100 psi (indicated
as a red section on some gages), the air pressure at
the source must be increased.
3.
hearing
1.
Connecting to Air Compressor
1.
Adjust the rubber deflector so the bottom of the cone
is about three inches (3”) above the nozzle tip.
Tips & Tricks
If the pressure reading is greater than 125 psi, the air
pressure at the source must be decreased to prevent
damage and possible injury.
1.
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The Soil Pick can be used alone for safe excavation
on small jobs, or used as an underground locating
and exposing tool in conjunction with higher
production excavators, backhoes, and trenchers.
2.
3.
4.
7.
The Soil Pick does not require lubrication. The air
supply must be free of oil to achieve proper
performance.
8.
The Soil Pick is a selective excavator. The violent
decompression of air is sufficient to loosen porous
soil, but will have virtually no effect on non-porous
objects such as buried utilities or plant roots.
The Soil Pick is not designed as an impact or prying
tool. The barrel is manufactured of a composite
material designed to withstand high internal
pressure. It is not designed to withstand prying or
impact forces.
9.
The Soil Pick has a cutting edge of four to eight
inches, depending on the model. This means the
nozzle must be kept close to the soil for the
decompression to be effective. Beyond the cutting
edge, substantial decompression has occurred and
the Soil Pick becomes a highly effective blower for
loose debris.
The Soil Pick is an effective excavation tool even
when there is no concerns of buried utilities. In most
cases, productivity is enhanced dramatically
compared to pick and shovel work.
10. The Soil Pick is highly effective when used to clean
saw joints and cracks in concrete. It can grossly
outperform a blow pipe, and provide a very clean
surface for excellent sealant adhesion.
The Soil Pick is not an elaborate blow pipe.
Conventional blow pipes produce subsonic air
stream velocities between 500 and 600 mph, and
cannot provide the cutting edge required for soil
excavation. Blow pipes can be used for moving loose
debris, but even then are outperformed by the Soil
Pick.
5.
The Soil Pick will not cut through frost, but it will work
well below the frost line.
6.
The Soil Pick works extremely well in all types of
granular soils and cohesive soils with a good granular
gradation. The effectiveness will drop off as the
granular component in cohesive soils decreases.
Wet clay soils may be too plastic to loosen.
11. The Soil Pick is an effective tool for nursery
applications. Because it is a selective excavator, it
will not damage roots. Because it is an air tool, it is
also aerating the soil while digging.
12. The Soil Pick has an almost endless list of uses. It
can effectively clean barges, railroad cars,
construction equipment, and more. It can be used for
shallow trenching, post hole digging, stump removal,
pothole preparation prior to patching, and many more
unique applications.
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SERVICE
Assembly and disassembly should be performed by a
service technician who has been factory trained on MBW
equipment. The unit should be clean and free of debris.
Pressure washing before disassembly is recommended.
Service Tools
20563
VALVE GREASE, SILICONE,.21 oz
• Prior to assembly, wash all parts in a suitable cleaner or
solvent.
20565
REBUILD KIT, SOIL PICK
Part No.
Description
Handle Disassembly
• Check moving parts for wear and failure. Refer to the
Replacement section in this manual for tolerance and
replacement cycles.
Refer to Handle Assembly, page 12.
1.
Remove three screws (#18) securing handle and
remove, taking care to not lose spring (#10).
2.
• All bearings should be replaced when rebuilding any
exciter or gearbox.
Remove two screws (#15) holding bottom cover (#5)
and remove cover.
3.
Using a wrench across flats on valve spool (#4),
loosen and remove screw securing trigger (#8).
• All gaskets and seals should be replaced after any
disassembly.
4.
Use a pick or small screwdriver, remove shaft wiper
(#2).
5.
Remove snap ring (#15).
6.
Using a wrench across the flats on valve spool (# 4),
remove screw securing lower spool (#7).
7.
Pull spool (#4) our the top of the body. Guide (#6) will
come out with spool.
8.
Push lower valve spool (#7) out the bottom of the
valve body (#9).
9.
Insert a long standard bladed screwdriver through the
inlet of the valve body to unscrew the gage (#11).
• All shafts and housings should be oiled prior to pressing
bearings. Also, ensure that the bearings are pressed
square and are seated properly.
Torque Chart
SIZE
1/4-20
1/4-28
5/16-18
5/16-24
3/8-16
3/8-24
7/16-14
7/16-20
1/2-13
1/2-20
9/16-12
5/8-11
5/8-18
3/4-16
1-8
1-14
1-1/2-6
M6
M8
M 10
GRADE 2
GRADE 5
49 in•lbs
76 in•lbs
56 in•lbs
87 in•lbs
8 ft•lbs
13 ft•lbs
9 ft•lbs
14 ft•lbs
15 ft•lbs
23 ft•lbs
17 ft•lbs
26 ft•lbs
24 ft•lbs
37 ft•lbs
27 ft•lbs
41 ft•lbs
37 ft•lbs
57 ft•lbs
41 ft•lbs
64 ft•lbs
53 ft•lbs
82 ft•lbs
73 ft•lbs
112 ft•lbs
83 ft•lbs
112 ft•lbs
144 ft•lbs
200 ft•lbs
188 ft•lbs
483 ft•lbs
210 ft•lbs
541 ft•lbs
652 ft•lbs
1462 ft•lbs
3 ft•lbs
4 ft•lbs
6 ft•lbs
10 ft•lbs
10 ft•lbs
20 ft•lbs
CONVERSIONS
in•lbs x 0.083 = ft•lbs
ft•lbs x 12 = in•lbs
ft•lbs x 0.1383 = kg•m
ft•lbs x 1.3558 = N•m
GRADE 8
9 ft•lbs
10 ft•lbs
18 ft•lbs
20 ft•lbs
33 ft•lbs
37 ft•lbs
52 ft•lbs
58 ft•lbs
80 ft•lbs
90 ft•lbs
115 ft•lbs
159 ft•lbs
180 ft•lbs
315 ft•lbs
682 ft•lbs
764 ft•lbs
2371 ft•lbs
7 ft•lbs
18 ft•lbs
30 ft•lbs
Handle Assembly
Refer to Handle Assembly, page 12.
Note: All o-rings and seals should be replaced after any
disassembly.
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1.
Thread gage (#11) into body (#9) using a long
standard blade screwdriver and thread sealing
compound.
2.
Place o-rings (#12, 14) into grooves on valve spool
(#4). Coat o-rings with grease and insert spool (#4)
into body (#9).
3.
Place o-ring (#14) into groove on lower valve spool
(#7), coat o-ring with grease, and insert into bottom of
body. Secure to valve spool (#14) with screw (#17).
Use wrench across flats on valve spool to tighten
screw.
4.
Place o-ring in groove on upper guide (#6), coat with
grease, and insert into main body over the valve
spool.
5.
Insert retaining ring (#15) and make certain it is fully
seated in groove.
8.
Attach Handle (#3) to body with three screws (#17).
Use Medium strength loctite on these screws.
6.
Coat the inner diameter of the dust wiper (#2) with
grease and insert into main body. The lip of the seal
should be facing out, and the shoulder should be
flush with the surface of the body.
9.
Assemble lower cover (#5) to body with two screws
(#15)
7.
10. Test action of trigger to ensure complete closing of
valve after trigger is released.
Attach trigger (#8) to valve spool with screw (#17). Do
not overtighten screw. place spring in the well of the
trigger (#8).
Parts Replacement Cycles and Tolerances
Bearings
Replace anytime a bearing is rough, binding, discolored or removed from housing or
shaft.
Hardware
Replace any worn or damaged hardware as needed. Replacement hardware should
be grade 5 and zinc plated unless otherwise specified.
Safety Decals
Replace if they become damaged or illegible.
Seals & Gaskets
Replace if a leak is detected and at every overhaul or teardown.
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REPLACEMENT PARTS
The warranty is stated in this book on page 14. Failure to
return the Warranty Registration Card renders the warranty
null and void.
'(&$//2&$7,21
MBW has established a network of reputable distributors/
dealers with trained mechanics and full facilities for
maintenance and rebuilding, and to carry an adequate parts
stock in all areas of the country. Their sales engineers are
available for professional consultation. If you cannot locate
an MBW distributor in your area, contact MBW or one of our
Sales Branches listed below.
When ordering replacement parts, be sure to have the
following information available:
• Model and Serial Number of machine when ordering
MBW parts
• Model and Serial Number of engine when ordering
engine parts
• Part Number, Description, and Quantity
The unit’s serial number can be found in the following
locations:
• Company Name, Address, Zip Code, and Purchase
Order Number
• The serial number decal is located on the handle body
adjacent to the pressure gage.
• Preferred method of shipping
REMEMBER - You own the best! If repairs are needed,
use only MBW parts purchased from authorized
MBW distributors.
Write Model Number here
Write Serial Number here
Contact Information
MBW, Inc.
MBW (UK) Ltd.
MBW France S.A.R.L
250 Hartford Rd • PO Box 440
Slinger, WI 53086-0440
Phone: (262) 644-5234
Fax: (262) 644-5169
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.mbw.com
Units 2 & 3 Cochrane Street
Bolton BL3 6BN, England
Phone: 01204 387784
Fax: 01204 387797
Phone: +33 (0) 3 44 07 15 96
Fax: +33 (0) 3 44 07 41 28
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ACCESSORIES
Main Assembly
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ITEM
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
PART NO.
01291
03820
03813
17594
03817
03829
03841
17599
03848
03849
17748
17749
17750
19358
19750
19751
19749
19752
20450
DESCRIPTION
CABLE TIE
BARREL ASSEMBLY, 80 CFM (Includes 1,3,4)
BARREL ASSEMBLY, 125 CFM (Includes 1,3,4)
BARREL ASSEMBLY, 160 CFM (Includes 1,3,4)
O-RING
DEFLECTOR
FITTING, COUPLER DIXON AM-7 (CLAW COUPLER)
FITTING, COUPLER, DIXON DML12 (QUICK CONNECT)
BARREL ASM, 42” EXTENSION
BARREL ASM, 21” EXTENSION
NOZZLE, 80CFM, 45 DEG
NOZZLE, 125CFM, 45 DEG
NOZZLE, 160CFM, 45 DEG
KIT, CASE, SOIL PICK
NOZZLE, 65 CFM, 90 DEG
NOZZLE, 80 CFM, 90 DEG
NOZZLE, 125 CFM, 90 DEG
NOZZLE, 160 CFM, 90 DEG
HANDLE ASM, ERGO
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QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Handle Assembly
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ITEM
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
PART NO.
17250
19430
20451
20452
20453
20454
20455
20456
20457
20459
20460
20461
20462
20463
20587
F023202BCS
F033205BCS
F042006BCS
20565
DESCRIPTION
FITTING, PLUG
SHAFT WIPER SEAL, 3/4 ID X 1-1/8 OD
HANDLE, SOIL PICK
VALVE SPOOL
COVER, BOTTOM
GUIDE, TOP
BOTTOM SPOOL (20455: before SN 3830125 use 20677)
TRIGGER
VALVE BODY, MACHINED
SPRING, TRIGGER
GAGE, SLOTTED
O-RING, 9/16 ID X .125
O-RING, 1 ID X .0625
O-RING, 5/8 ID X .0625
RETAINING RING, INT. 1.125
BCS, TORX, #8-32 X 1/4”
BCS, TORX, #10-32 X 5/8”
BCS, TORX, 1/4-20 X 3/4”
REBUILD KIT, SOIL PICK (CONTAINS 2, 12, 13, 14)
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QTY
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
3
WARRANTY
WHAT DOES THIS WARRANTY COVER? MBW, Incorporated (MBW)
warrants each New Machine against defects in material and workmanship
for a period of twelve (12) months. "New Machine" means a machine
shipped directly from MBW or authorized MBW dealer to the end user. This
warranty commences on the first day the machine is sold, assigned to a
rental fleet, or otherwise put to first use.
MBW warrants each Demonstration Machine against defects in material
and workmanship for a period of six (6) months. "Demonstration Machine"
means a machine used by MBW or its agents for promotional purposes.
This warranty commences on the first day the machine is sold, assigned to
a rental fleet, or otherwise put to first use.
This warranty covers the labor cost for replacement or repair of parts,
components, or equipment on New Machines or Demonstration Machines,
and MBW shall pay labor costs at MBW's prevailing rate to affect the
warranted repair or replacement. MBW reserves the right to adjust labor
claims on a claim-by-claim basis.
This warranty covers the shipping cost of replacement parts, components,
or equipment via common ground carriers from MBW to an authorized
MBW dealer. Air freight is considered only in cases where ground
transportation is not practical.
MAY THIS WARRANTY BE TRANSFERRED? This warranty is nontransferable and only applies to the original end user of a new machine or
demonstration machine.
WHAT DOES THIS WARRANTY NOT COVER?
1.This warranty does not cover any Used Equipment. "Used Equipment"
means any MBW machine or equipment that is not a New Machine or a
Demonstration Machine. All Used Equipment is sold AS IS/WHERE IS
WITH ALL FAULTS.
2.This warranty does not cover any New Machine, Demonstration
Machine, or their equipment, parts, or components altered or modified in
any way without MBW's prior written consent. This warranty does not
cover the use of parts not specifically approved by MBW for use on MBW
products. This warranty does not cover misuse, neglect, shipping damage,
accidents, acts of God, the operation of any New Machine or
Demonstration Machine in any way other than recommended by MBW in
accordance with its specifications, or any other circumstances beyond
MBW's control. This warranty does not cover any New Machine or
Demonstration Machine repaired by anyone other than MBW factory
branches or authorized MBW distributors.
3.This warranty does not cover, and MBW affirmatively disclaims, liability
for any damage or injury resulting directly or indirectly from design,
materials, or operation of a New Machine or Demonstration Machine or any
other MBW product. MBW's liability with respect to any breach of warranty
shall be limited to the provisions of this document and in no event shall
exceed an amount equal to the purchase price of the New Machine or
Demonstration Machine purchased from MBW.
4.This warranty does not cover engines, motors, and other assemblies or
components produced by other manufacturers and used on a New
Machine or Demonstration Machine, as said engines, motors, and other
assemblies or components may have warranties provided by the
manufacturer thereof. This warranty does not apply to consumable items,
such as v-belts, filters, trowel and screed blades, seals, shock mounts,
batteries, and the like, all of which are sold AS IS/WHERE IS WITH ALL
FAULTS.
5.This warranty does not cover the cost of transportation and other
expenses which may be connected with warranty service but not
specifically mentioned herein.
6.This warranty does not cover any updates to any New Machine,
Demonstration Machine, or any other MBW product. MBW reserves the
right to improve or make product changes without incurring any obligation
to update, refit, or install the same on New Machines or Demonstration
Machines previously sold.
WHAT MUST YOU DO TO OBTAIN WARRANTY COVERAGE? Each
New Machine or Demonstration Machine is accompanied by a Warranty
Registration Card. You must sign, date, and return the Warranty
Registration Card to the place of origin of the New Machine or
Demonstration Machine, either to MBW, Inc. at P.O. Box 440, Slinger,
Wisconsin 53086, MBW (UK), Ltd. at Units 2 & 3 Cochrane Street, Bolton
BL3 6BN, United Kingdom or MBW FRANCE SARL at
ZA D'Outreville, 5 Rue Jean Baptiste Neron, Bornel 60540 France, within
ten (10) days after purchase, assignment to a rental fleet, or first use. This
signed warranty card is the buyer's affirmation that he has read,
understood, and accepted the warranty at the time of purchase. Failure to
return the warranty card as specified herein renders the warranty null and
void. In order to receive warranty coverage consideration, warranty claims
must be submitted within thirty (30) days after the New Machine or
Demonstration Machine fails. Warranty claims must be submitted to MBW,
Inc., MBW (UK), Ltd. or MBW FRANCE SARL, and written authorization for
the return of merchandise or parts under the warranty must be obtained
before shipment to MBW.
WHAT WILL MBW DO? MBW's obligation under this warranty is limited to
the replacement or repair of parts for a New Machine or Demonstration
Machine at MBW factory branches or at authorized MBW distributors, and
such replacement or repair is the exclusive remedy provided hereunder.
Labor must be performed at an authorized MBW distributor. MBW
reserves the right to inspect and render a final decision on each warranty
case, and MBW's repair or replacement is solely within the discretion of
MBW.
IT IS EXPRESSLY AGREED THAT THIS SHALL BE THE SOLE AND
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY UNDER THIS WARRANTY. UNDER NO
CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL MBW BE LIABLE FOR ANY COSTS, LOSS,
EXPENSE, DAMAGES, SPECIAL DAMAGES, INCIDENTAL DAMAGES,
OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES ARISING DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM
THE USE OF THE NEW MACHINE OR DEMONSTRATION MACHINE
WHETHER BASED UPON WARRANTY, CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE,
STRICT LIABILITY, OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY.
THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL
OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING THE
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR USE, AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND ALL OTHER
OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITY ON MBW'S PART. MBW NEITHER
ASSUMES NOR AUTHORIZES ANY OTHER PERSON TO ASSUME ON
BEHALF OF MBW ANY OTHER LIABILITY OR WARRANTY IN
CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OR SERVICE OF ANY NEW MACHINE,
DEMONSTRATION MACHINE , OR ANY OTHER MBW PRODUCT.
EXTENDED RAMMER WARRANTY - MODELS R422, R442,
R482 & R483.
This extended warranty commences on the last day of MBW’s standard,
one year, “limited warranty” and runs for an additional four years
(48 months). This extended warranty is limited to part replacement and
shipping costs of rammer bellows and non-metallic slide bearings only.
This extended warranty does not cover labor, down time, or any other cost
beyond that of component replacement and freight. This extended
warranty is subject to all limitations set fourth in MBW’s “limited warranty”,
above.
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