hurricane 755 - Industrial Vacuum Equipment Corp.

hurricane 755 - Industrial Vacuum Equipment Corp.
HURRICANE 755
OPERATIONS/MAINTENANCE
MANUAL
INDUSTRIAL VACUUM EQUIPMENT CORP.
N7959 BIRCH ROAD, IXONIA WI 53036
800-331-4832
OPERATION / MAINTENANCE MANUAL
HURRICANE 755
INTRODUCTION
The Hurricane is designed for rugged, reliable operation featuring powerful vacuuming capability
with a very minimum daily maintenance. The Hurricane will pneumatically convey material from
distances in excess of 1000 feet. Any material that is flowable, whether liquid, slurry or solid, or able
to move through a 4”, 5” or 6” diameter hose, can be handled with this equipment.
DANGER
THE HURRICANE SHALL NOT BE USED TO VACUUM/CONVEY
FLAMMABLE OR COMBUSTIBLE HYDROCARBON LIQUIDS.
THE HURRICANE SHOULD NEVER BE USED OR MOVED WITHOUT
REFERENCE TO THE SAFETY PROCEDURES NOTED BELOW.
This equipment is totally self-contained and powered by a six-cylinder diesel engine. It will provide
excellent service if properly maintained. There are no unique or complicated parts that require
sophisticated maintenance procedures under normal operation. The diesel engine is equipped with
automatic shutdowns for low oil pressure and high temperature.
The engine enclosure of the Hurricane has locking latches and the fuel tank has a locking cap.
The tandem axle trailer is equipped with electric brakes. The Hurricane can easily be towed and
maneuvered with a one ton, or larger, truck having dual rear wheels.
Because of its ease of set-up and maneuverability, the Hurricane is a very flexible and effective
piece of industrial vacuum cleaning equipment. You will only be limited by your imagination.
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Vacuum
Relief
Valve
Engine
Muffler
Filter
Pulsing
Air Tank
Air
Cleaner
Instrument
Panel
Twin
Microfilters
Manual
Jack
Stand
“Dirty
Filter”
Shutdown
Control
225 HP
Diesel
Engine
Dump Door
Figure 1
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Coiled Cable
Baghouse Timer Board
Butterfly/Vibrator
Solenoids
Figure 2
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10” Inspection
Manhole
Vibrator
Oiler
8” Inlet
Vacuum
Hose
Connection
Drain Valve
for Baghouse
Air Tank
Pneumatic
Vibrator
E-Stop
Twist Lock
Connection
(Female)
Dump
Door
Figure 3
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Baghouse
Solenoid
Baghouse
Diaphragm
Figure 4
Air Cylinder
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Breather
Figure 5
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Vacuum Relief
Valve
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SAFETY PROTOCOL
Failure to follow the safety rules in this manual can result in personal injury, death or property damage.
Please observe the same common sense precautions used with any machine, where carelessness,
inattention or poor maintenance could be hazardous to people or property. Carefully read the safety
precautions below and within this manual.
Towing Safety Instructions
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Due to the Hurricane’s height caution is required for overhead clearance.
The Hurricane’s height does not permit shipping or transporting via semi-truck trailer. The
Hurricane must be towed using an appropriate motor vehicle. Caution must be used when
towing the Hurricane due to its weight.
The Hurricane is not engineered to be lifted or lowered by a crane or similar lifting devices.
Be sure all lights on the trailer are functioning properly before travel.
Always tow the Hurricane with the safety chains and the emergency brake chain attached to
the towing vehicle.
Before towing the Hurricane, inspect the tires and the hitch mechanism to be sure they are
road-worthy.
Always tow the Hurricane with the Hopper in the lowered and locked position.
Always tow the unit with the Hopper completely empty and the discharge door secured closed.
Set-up Safety Instructions
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Be sure to block the wheels before detaching the unit from the towing vehicle.
Always position the unit on solid, stable ground. Locate planks underneath the jack stands to
distribute the weight of the unit evenly.
Always position the unit so that it is set no more than 5° off level in any direction.
Never raise the Hopper under electrical power wires.
Always pin the hydraulic strut safety blocks when the hopper is in the raised position.
Never stand under the raised Hopper unless the hydraulic safety struts are pinned and secured
in place.
Lower and pin all four jack stands so that each bears weight before raising the hopper.
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SAFETY PROTOCOL
Follow Safety Sticker Instructions
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Carefully read all safety stickers on unit. Keep safety stickers in good, readable condition.
Replace missing or damaged safety signs. Be sure new equipment components and repair parts
include the current safety stickers. Replacement safety stickers are available through the
manufacturer.
Handle Fuel Safely
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Handle fuel with care: it is highly flammable. Do not refuel the machine while smoking or near
open flame or spark.
Always stop engine before refueling machine. Fill fuel tank outdoors.
Prevent fires by keeping machine clean of accumulated trash, grease and debris.
Prepare For Emergencies
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Be prepared if a fire starts.
Keep a first aid kit and fire extinguisher handy.
Keep emergency numbers for doctors, ambulance service, hospital and fire department near
your telephone.
Wear Protective Clothing
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Wear close-fitting clothing and safety equipment appropriate to the job.
Operating equipment safely requires the full attention of the operator. Do not wear radio or
music headphones while operating machine.
Protect Against Noise
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Prolonged exposure to loud noise can cause impairment or loss of hearing.
Wear OSHA approved personal protective equipment to protect against objectionable or
uncomfortable noise.
Handle Chemical Products Safely
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Direct exposure to hazardous chemical can cause serious injury. Potentially hazardous
chemicals used with this unit include such items as lubricants, coolants, paints and adhesives.
Refer to Appendix B for Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for specific details on chemical
products: physical and health hazards, safety procedures and emergency response information.
Review each MSDS before you begin using unit.
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SAFETY PROTOCOL
Stay Clear of Rotating Components
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Keep rotating shields in place at all times.
Always operate the machine with access doors closed and locked.
Shut unit down and be sure all moving parts have stopped rotating before make adjustments or
performing service on machine.
Keep hands, feet and clothing from power driven parts.
Practice Safe Maintenance
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Understand service procedure before performing work. See specific components service
manual, located in Hurricane’s owner manual for instructions and additional safety
requirements.
Vacuum creates VERY HIGH SUCTION—EXTREME CAUTION IS REQUIRED when
handling suction inlet locations.
When vacuuming certain materials static electricity can be generated. PROPER STEPS
SHOULD BE TAKEN TO PROPERLY BOND AND GROUND HOSES, UNIT, ETC.
NEVER VACUUM FLAMABLE MATERIALS SUCH AS HYDROCARBONS OR
GASOLINE.
Never lubricate, service, or adjust machine while it is operating.
Maintain all parts in good operating condition. Replace worn or broken parts immediately.
Keep all parts in good operating condition. Immediately replace worn or broken parts.
Disconnect battery ground cable (-) before making adjustment on electrical systems.
Do not look into the discharge door or the hopper inlet pipe when unit is operating.
Always wear safety glasses or goggles when performing maintenance on unit.
Whenever vacuuming sticky materials, such as thick slurry, check the hopper often to verify all
the material is discharging and not building up on the inside. Utilize vibrator often to minimize
material build-up.
Engine Exhaust
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Engine exhaust fumes can cause sickness or death. DO NOT operate engine in an enclosed area
without proper ventilation or exhaust pipe extension to the atmosphere.
Avoid High-Pressure Fluids
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Escaping fluid under pressure can penetrate the skin causing serious injury.
Avoid the hazard by relieving pressure before disconnecting hydraulic hoses or other lines.
Tighten all connections before applying pressure.
Refer to MSDS for emergency information.
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SAFETY PROTOCOL
Blower Discharge Dust
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DO NOT operate the unit if dust is visible at the blower discharge.
Shut unit down and contact Industrial Vacuum Equipment Corp. before continuing.
Engine Cooling System
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Explosive release of fluids from pressurized cooling systems can cause serious injury and
burns.
Shut down engine. Allow sufficient time for coolant to decrease in temperature. Only remove
filler cap when cool enough to touch with bare hands. Slowly loosen cap to relieve pressure
before removing completely.
Dispose of Waste Properly
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Follow OSHA, State and Federal guidelines pertaining to the disposal of waste associated with
vacuum process.
E-Stop Button Instructions
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Each day, before beginning vacuum operations, test the E-Stop button to make sure it is
working properly.
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Whenever the vacuum is in operation, the E-Stop button MUST be within reach of the vacuum
hose operator, or must be attended by another operator.
 Whenever adding/removing hose and/or pipe, the E-Stop button should be used to stop vacuum
suction until all connections are completed.
Figure 6
Button “IN” - Vacuum OFF
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Button “OUT” - Vacuum ON
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INSTRUMENTATION
The instrument panel on the Hurricane contains the following items:
1.
LED Display – Will show engine instrumentation by using the Fwd/Back arrow keys.
Example: Tachometer, Hours, Oil Pressure, Coolant Temperature
2.
Air Pressure Gauge – air pressure should read between 100 and 120 PSI.
3.
Ignition Switch – OFF/ON sequence for starting.
4.
Dump System Timer Board – The dump timer is equipped with an ON TIME or
VACUUM TIMER adjustable from 1 to 10 minutes. The OFF TIME or DUMP TIME is
adjustable from 10 to 100 seconds.
5.
Baghouse ON/OFF Switch – When the switch is in the ON position, the baghouse timer
will start, pulsing the filters in a factory-set sequence.
6.
Vacuum ON/OFF Switch – When the switch is in the ON position, the dump timer will
start working.
Note: The Emergency Stop Button must be pulled out.
Note: The dump timer always starts its cycle in the dump mode, or OFF time.
7.
High RPM/Low RPM Switch
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HURRICANE 755 INSTRUMENT PANEL
LED
Display
Keyed
Ignition
Switch
Dump
Timer
High RPM/
Low RPM
Switch
Air
Pressure
Gauge
Baghouse
On/Off Switch
Vacuum
On/Off Switch
Vibrator
On/Off
Switch
Auger
Forward/Reverse
(Optional)
Figure 7
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Engine
Instrument
Panel
Vacuum
Blower
Vacuum
Gauge
Microfilter
Pressure
Gauge
Clutch
Engagement
Lever
Trailer/Cylinder Up/Down
Hydraulic Levers
Figure 8
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DAILY MAINTENANCE
ALL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES SHOULD BE PERFORMED
WITH ENGINE OFF!
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ENGINE
1.
Check oil level.
2.
Check radiator coolant level.
3.
Check or change outer air cleaner cartridge.
4.
Check battery connections (most units have service-free batteries).
5.
Check radiator fins for dirt and obstructions on the fan side. Keep hands and loose clothing
away from fan, belts and pulleys.
BLOWER
1.
Check oil level at both ends of blower.
Roots 721
Blower
Figure 9
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Check belt tension.
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Blower Oil level
sight glasses –
maintain at half
full level
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DAILY MAINTENANCE
VIBRATOR
1. Check Vibrator Oiler level.
AIR COMPRESSOR
1.
Auxiliary drive air compressor – NO daily maintenance needed.
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
1.
Check oil level (at least ½ to 2/3 full).
2.
Check for hydraulic leaks on the various hoses and connections.
GENERAL
1.
Check fuel level.
2.
Make general inspection for leaks and loose bolts.
3.
Drain water from all three air tanks.
4.
Check the inside of the collection hopper to be sure no material is collecting on the walls
of the cone.
5.
When the unit is running and the air pressure is up to 100 PSI, listen for the bag pulsing
sequence.
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EXTENDED MAINTENANCE
FIRST 100 HOURS
1.
Change engine oil and engine oil filter. Refer to John Deere Manual
2.
Adjust clutch every day, if needed. Refer to Twin Disc Manual.
EVERY 200 HOURS
1.
Change engine oil and engine oil filter. Refer to John Deere Manual.
2.
Check upper deflector plate inside collection hopper for excessive wear.
EVERY 500 HOURS
1.
Change engine fuel filter. Refer to John Deere Manual.
2.
Change blower oil in both ends. Refer to Blower Manual. NOTE: Apply pipe joint
compound sealant to blower oil threaded plug before re-installation.
3.
Change hydraulic filter cartridge. See Spare Parts List.
4.
Check condition of removable wear plate for excessive wear.
5.
Change filter bags if needed. See Maintenance Procedures.
6.
Change blower safety filter. See Spare Parts List.
EVERY 1,000 HOURS
1.
Remove vent tube on engine and clean it with diesel fuel. Refer to John Deere Manual.
2.
Change hydraulic oil. See Spec Sheet.
3.
Rebuild air drier. Refer to Air Dryer Bulletin.
4.
Check dump door gasket for excessive wear.
EVERY 6 MONTHS OR 1800 OPERATING HOURS
1.
Perform Inspections and Tests as outlined in the Bendix Service Data Bulletin.
EVERY 5,000 MILES
1.
Repack wheel bearings on trailer. Refer to Dexter Manual.
2.
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Check pressure on trailer tires, 110 psi.
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Filter Bag Change
1. . Disconnect air line that runs from butterfly relief valve to the solenoid.
2. Open all dome hold down clamps.
3. Carefully open hinged dome and
install locking safety pins.
Hold Down Clamp
(in locked position)
4. Locate blast pipe brackets, stud nuts
and pipes and remove.
5. Lift cages out of filter bags and set aside.
6. Using a large screwdriver, press in on the top part of the filter and pop it out of place. Let the
filter fall down and through the cone.
7. Remove all filters. Clean all of the dust off filter area.
8. Install filters using the same method, only in reverse (filters in, cages, blast pipes, lid, and air
cylinders).
9. Completed
Clamp Down
Bracket
Blast Pipe
Cage
Figure 10
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
Magnehelic Differential Pressure Gauge
This magnehelic gauge indicator ranges between 0" to 50" on the water column. A lower reading
indicates clean(er) filters, and no additional maintenance; as the column level rises, inspection and/or
maintenance of filters becomes necessary.
With new (or clean) filters, the gauge should read between 3" – 5" on the water column. The normal
operating range should be between 3”- 30” on the water column. As the filters become increasingly
dirty, the indicator will move higher on the water column. When the gauge reaches over 30" on the
water column, the filters need to be inspected and/or replaced as soon as possible.
Mag gauge reading
indicating "clean" or
acceptable operating
conditions
Mag gauge reading
indicating "dirty"
conditions requiring
inspection/maintenance
Figure 11
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
ENGINE
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Maintenance instructions on the engine are included with this manual. The engine should be
maintained per the engine manufacturer’s requirements.
BLOWER
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Maintenance instructions on the blower are included with this manual. This blower is a precision piece
of equipment, and service should not be attempted by other than qualified personnel. The blower needs
little maintenance other than checking oil levels and changing oil as required. If the blower begins to
“knock”, SHUT DOWN THE UNIT IMMEDIATELY AND CONSULT FACTORY.
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PTO
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Operating and maintenance instructions are included with this manual. Follow the manufacturer's
instructions as to grease intervals and adjustment procedures. The clutch needs adjustment when there
is little or no effort required to snap it over center. Sometimes this means adjusting the clutch every
few days for the first 100 hours of operation. If the clutch slips excessively, it will overheat and cause
damage.
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AIR DRYER
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A bulletin on this component is included in this manual.
BAGHOUSE TIMER AND DUMP CYCLE TIMER
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These components cannot be serviced in the field. All that can be checked are voltage to unit, fuse and
output. If the fuse is good and power is present at the input leads and the unit fails to operate, replace
circuit board.
VACUUM RELIEF VALVE
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This valve is factory set and should not be tampered with. Serious damage may result if unqualified
Personnel improperly adjust valve.
ENGINE AIR CLEANER
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The air cleaner on the diesel engine is a dual element filter. There is a smaller secondary element inside
the primary element. The secondary element needs only to be changed if the primary element is
damaged, or is installed improperly. Operating the engine without proper filtration will VOID THE
ENGINE WARRANTY. Operating the engine without proper air filtering for as little as one hour can
seriously shorten engine life.
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FUEL AND LUBRICANT SPECIFICATIONS
FUEL SPECIFICATIONS
1.
Use grade No. 2-D Diesel fuel above 32º F.
2.
Use grade No. 1-D Diesel fuel below 32º F.
3.
Use grade No. 1-D Diesel fuel for all temperatures at elevations above 5,000 feet.
ENGINE LUBRICATING OIL
Use SAE 15W-40, multi-viscosity oil.
Example: Chevron-Delo 400 Multigrade
BLOWER LUBRICATING OIL
The required lubricant for this machine is Amsoil Synthetic R&O, AW Gear & Bearing ISO-220
(RCM).
HYDRAULIC LUBRICATING OIL
Use hydraulic oil AW ISO 32.
VIBRATOR LUBRICATING OIL
General purpose 10 weight oil.
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VACUUM UNIT SET-UP
1.
Perform daily maintenance procedures.
2.
When the trailer is in position, set the wheel chocks to prevent movement when
disconnected from the truck.
3.
Start the diesel engine and idle to build up air pressure and warm up.
4.
Attach vacuum suction hose to inlet pipe connection on collection hopper.
5.
Using the adjustable jack on the front of the trailer, raise tongue of Hurricane off pintle
hook to disconnect the truck. Lower front of trailer, then lower and pin rear jack stands in
such a way that trailer will sit level. Make sure the jack stand pads are sitting on a
concrete surface; use heavy planks as required to maintain a stable foundation.
NOTE: If the hydraulic leveling leg is installed on unit, this can be used to raise and
lower the trailer in place of the manual jack/stand.)
6.
Raise front of trailer so that the rear jack stands are carrying weight, then lower and pin
the front jack stands.
7.
When the unit is properly set, it should be level with pressure on all four jack stands.
8.
WARNING: Do not proceed or raise collection hopper unless area around and above unit
is inspected and found to be free of electrical power wires or other obstructions.
9.
Using Hopper Up/Down Control lever, located near engine, raise collection hopper to
necessary height to clear the collection box, dump truck, container, etc.
10.
When the proper height is reached, place the pins in the closest hole on the hydraulic strut
safety block just above the hydraulic cylinder top, and then gradually lower the hopper
until it is resting on the safety strut pins.
11.
WARNING: Do not stand under the collection hopper or get between the collection
hopper and the trailer when the cylinder is in the raised position without the hydraulic
safety struts pinned in place.
12.
WARNING: Do not leave the collection hopper in the raised position without the
hydraulic safety struts pinned in place.
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VACUUM UNIT OPERATION
1. Start engine and leave Vacuum Switch in OFF position. (It will idle at approximately 800
RPM).
2. Check air pressure on the gauge, located on engine instrument panel, to be sure there is at least
100 PSI of air.
3. Engage PTO or clutch on right side of vacuum; be sure it is fully engaged.
4. Select the proper vacuum or ON TIME and dump time or OFF TIME. The dump time and
vacuum time must be set on the instrument panel according to the type of material being picked
up.
5. Turn Vacuum ON/OFF switch to the ON position
6. Turn baghouse switch to ON position.
7. Pull out E-Stop button.
8. Start vacuuming.
NOTE: When vacuuming material that is not discharging out of the dump door and collection
cone, the vibrator should be used. Locate manual ball valve on vibrator (which is attached to
the side of the collection cone). Turn the ball valve “ON”. This will allow air to the vibrator in
dump mode. Now the Vibrator Switch (located on the instrument panel of the engine) can be
used to turn ON and OFF as needed.
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VACUUM UNIT SHUT DOWN
1.
Allow all material to clear suction hose.
2.
Turn Vacuum Switch to OFF.
3.
Disengage clutch.
4.
Allow all material to clear the collection hopper and cone.
5.
Turn vibrator switch to the OFF position.
6.
Allow diesel engine to idle for 5 minutes after it has been under load before shutting off.
7.
Let the baghouse filter pulsing system continue to operate while the engine is cooling
down. This will prolong the life of the filters.
VACUUM UNIT TRANSPORTATION
1.
Raise collection hopper and unpin hydraulic strut safety blocks.
2.
Lower collection hopper and guide the 8” hose down between the silencers and the
microfilter. Be careful not to crush hose
CAUTION: Do not place arms or hands in or near the hopper extension arm
mechanisms.
3.
As the collection hopper approaches the bottom position, be sure the bottom of the hopper
swings in towards the trailer and the retention hook on the dump chute engages the bar on
the trailer frame.
4.
Secure dump door in the closed position.
5.
Be sure the trailer’s adjustable jack is fully raised, and jack stands are pinned in
uppermost position before traveling on the road.
(NOTE: Make sure that the hydraulic leveling leg cylinder is raised to its uppermost
position.)
6.
Be sure safety chains are attached to towing vehicle before traveling on the road.
7.
Be sure all marker lights, brake and turn signals are functioning properly before traveling
on the road.
8.
Latch and lock all engine doors and remove the key.
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MAJOR COMPONENT SPECIFICATIONS
ENGINE
John Deere 6.8L 225 HP, Tier 3
BLOWER
Roots 721 DVJ
AIR COMPRESSOR
Bendix BA-922
BLOWER DRIVE
Direct Drive w/grid flex coupling QF 100
HYDRAULIC PUMP
Eaton
CLUTCH
Twin Disc double metal plate – 11.5”
BATTERY
4D 1200 CCA 12 volt, 75-amp alt.
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OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
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Industrial Vacuum Equipment Corp. offers a variety of accessories and optional equipment to
complement your Hurricane, including:
Floor Nozzles
Attach to the end of the vacuum hose to pick up material spread across
bare floors or decks.
Removable Bulk Nozzles
Lightweight nozzle for attachment to the end of the vacuum hose.
Provides a rigid handle and suction tube to vacuum material from
bare floors and enhances the operator’s ability to vacuum hard to
reach areas.
Replacement Parts
Industrial Vacuum Industrial Equipment Corp. stocks complete
replacement parts for your Hurricane, including hose and filters. It is
recommended that only Industrial Vacuum Equipment Corp. supplied
replacement parts be used for your Hurricane.
INDUSTRIAL VACUUM EQUIPMENT CORP. ALSO MANUFACTURES A WIDE LINE OF
VACUUM AND COLLECTION DEVICES AND HOPPERS FOR HAZARDOUS AND NONHAZARDOUS APPLICATIONS. CONSULT YOUR FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE FOR
INFORMATION ON OUR ENTIRE PRODUCT LINE.
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RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS FOR HT755
PART NUMBER
QUANTITY
DESCRIPTION
FN8014
37
Filter Bags
FN8065
37
Cages
FN8006H
2
Primary Filter
EC2001
1
Baghouse Timer – Hurricane
EC2000
1
Dump Timer – Hurricane
AR4015
1
Solenoid Baghouse
MC7020-1
1
Removable Wear Plate
ED0016-1R
1
Air Filter (Inner/Secondary)
ED0016-2R
1
Air Filter (Outer/Primary)
ED0007-2
1
Oil Filter
ED0008T3-1
1
Fuel Filter (Primary)
ED0008T3-2
1
Fuel Filter (Secondary)
MC7001
2
Butterfly Spring
MC7007
1
Dump Door Gasket
AR5003
AR5000
AR5001
1
1
1
Air Dryer Kit
Desiccant Kit
Valve Kit
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INDUSTRIAL VACUUM EQUIP. CORP.
LIMITED WARRANTY
Seller warrants each new product to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal
use and maintenance as herein described. This warranty does not apply to commercial items
manufactured by others (Roots Vacuum Pumps, John Deere Engines, etc.), which are covered by
existing warranties of the respective manufacturers thereof. Seller’s sole obligation under this
warranty shall be limited to repairing, replacing or allowing credit for, at Seller’s option, any part
which under normal and proper use and maintenance proves defective in material or workmanship
within twelve (12) months after delivery to Buyer. In the event of defects developing within that
period, the Seller will furnish, F.O.B. its plant, without charge, parts required to replace material found
defective. Beyond this, the Seller assumes no responsibility.
This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties (except of title), expressed or implied, and there is not
an implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. In no event shall Seller be
liable for consequential or special damages.
Used products are sold on an “as is” basis and there is no implied warranty of merchantability or of
fitness for a particular purpose, unless otherwise expressly stated on the face of this form.
JOHN DEERE
WARRANTY INFORMATION
Please refer to the "John Deere New Off-Highway Engine Warranty" which is included with the John
Deere Operator's Manual located in Section 2 of this binder. Also, please see additional warranty
information provided by Superior Diesel regarding your John Deere engine.
DRESSER ROOTS
GENERAL TERMS OF SALE/WARRANTY INFORMATION
Please refer to GTS-5001 (General Terms of Sale) and WP-5020 (Warranty Policy and Procedure)
which are both included in Section 3 of this binder.
TWIN DISC CLUTCH
WARRANTY INFORMATION
Equipment for which the Twin Disc manual was written has a limited warranty. For details of the
warranty, refer to the "Warranty Statement" included in Section 4 of this binder, or contact any Twin
Disc distributor, service dealer, or the Warranty Administration Department, Twin Disc, Incorporated,
Racine, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
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