AgriVac Manual and Parts List

AgriVac Manual and Parts List

Operator’s Manual

& Parts List For

5614,6614,7614,7614HD & 7816

Dear Customer,

Thank you for choosing WALINGA PNEUMATIC CONVEYING SYSTEMS. For your convenience, should you require any information related to Parts, Service or Technical Engineering, please contact one of the following Walinga Personnel in Guelph at 1-888 925-4642 unless noted

TECHNICAL - ENGINEERING:

Duane Swaving 226-979-8227 [email protected]

Ken Swaving 519 787-8227 (ext:100) [email protected]

WARRANTY CLAIMS:

Canada: Gary Nijenhuis (ext:258) [email protected]

USA: Jonathan Medemblik (800) 466-1197 (ext 8) [email protected]

SERVICE MANAGER:

Andy Nijenhuis (519) 763-7000 (ext:260) [email protected]

SALES MANAGER:

Canada: Tom Linde (519) 787-8227 (ext 5) [email protected]

USA: Peter Kingma (800) 466-1197 [email protected]

ORIGINAL PARTS SALES:

Ontario and Eastern Canada:

Jack Lodder (ext: 224) [email protected]

Parts Department Fax: (519) 824-0367

Manitoba and Western Canada:

Wayne Weidenhammer 204-745-2951 [email protected]

USA:

John VanMiddlekoop (800) 466-1197 (ext 3) [email protected]

CORPORATE HEAD OFFICE:

5656 Highway 6N

RR#5, Guelph, Ontario,N1H 6J2

PHONE: (888) 925-4642 FAX: (519) 824-5651 www.walinga.com

AGRI-VAC MANUFACTURING FACILITY:

938 Glengarry Cres., Fergus, Ontario Canada N1M 2W7

Tel: (519) 787-8227 Fax: (519) 787-8210

DISTRIBUTION AND SERVICE CENTRES:

5656 Highway 6N, Guelph, Ontario Canada,N1H 6J2

Tel: (888) 925-4642 FAX: (519) 824-5651

1190 Electric Ave. Wayland , MI.USA 49348

Tel: (800) 466-1197 Fax: (616) 877-3474

70 3 rd Ave. N.E. Box 1790 Carman, Manitoba Canada R0G 0J0

Tel: (204) 745-2951 Fax: (204) 745-6309

PRINTED IN CANADA

ISSUE DATE: Oct. 2013 v603032016

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SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION

Always give your dealer the Serial Number of your Walinga unit when ordering parts or requesting service or other information.

The Serial Number plates are located where indicated. Please mark the number in the space provided for easy reference.

Machine Serial Number

_____________________________

Blower Serial Number

____________________________

Airlock Serial Number

____________________________

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AGRIVAC MODELS 5614,6614,7614,7614HD AND 7816

Warranty Registration Form & Inspection Report

WARRANTY REGISTRATION (3 part form - please print)

This form must be filled out by the dealer and signed by both the dealer and the customer at the time of delivery.

Delivery Date: mm / dd / yyyy

COMPANY / CUSTOMER NAME DEALER NAME

Phone Phone

Mobile phone

Email : @

Street Address

Mobile phone

Email : @

Street Address

Prov/State Prov/State

Machine Serial Number Blower Serial Number Airlock Serial Number

DEALER INSPECTION REPORT

Blowers and Airlock Turn Freely

Boom Anchored in Place

Check Tire Pressure

Hydraulic Hose Connections Tight

Hydraulic Hoses Free and Fitting

Wheel Bolts Tight

Lubricate Machine

Check Oil Level in Reservoirs

SAFETY

PTO Shaft Turns Freely

Belt Guards Installed and Secured

All Safety Signs Installed

Reflectors and SMV Sign Clean

Review Operating and Safety Instructions

Operating Manual Supplied

Belts are Tight

O-Rings in Place

I have thoroughly instructed the buyer on the above described equipment which review included the Operator’s

Manual content, equipment care, adjustments, safe operation and applicable warranty policy.

Date ____________________ Dealer's Rep. Signature ____________________________________

The above equipment and Operator’s Manual have been received by me and I have been thoroughly instructed as to care, adjustments, safe operation and applicable warranty policy.

Date ___________________ Owner's Signature ________________________________________

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3 Part Form

Please Print

WHITE

WALINGA

YELLOW

DEALER

PINK

CUSTOMER

WALINGA INC

AGRI-VAC WARRANTY

º For Farm Use Only, The Seller warrants to the Buyer that the Equipment manufactured by

the Seller will be free from defect in material, workmanship and title for a period of one

(1) year from the date of delivery to the Buyer. This warranty is subject to the following:

º For Commercial Use Only, The Seller warrants to the Buyer that the Equipment manufactured

by the Seller will be free from defect in material, workmanship and title for a period of 90 days from the date of delivery to the Buyer. This warranty is subject to the following:

a) The Seller’s obligation under said warranty shall be limited to repairing or replacing (at the Seller’s option) EXW (ExWorks) Guelph, Ontario, Canada, any part of the Equipment which, if properly installed, used and maintained, proves defective in material or workmanship, provided that notice of any such defect and satisfactory proof thereof is promptly given by the Buyer to the Seller; b) All costs of the installation or transportation pursuant to this warranty are for the account of

the Buyer; c) The obligations set forth in this clause are conditional upon: i. Proper storage, installation (except where installation is supervised by or performed by the

Seller), use, maintenance and compliance with any applicable recommendations of the Seller; and, ii. The Buyer promptly notifying the Seller of any defect and obtaining authorization prior to

proceeding with repairs, and if required, promptly making the goods available for correction; d) In respect of any Equipment or part thereof supplied hereunder which are manufactured by others, the Seller gives no warranty whatsoever, and the warranty given by the manufacturer, if any, shall apply; e) The Seller shall not be liable for any cargo loss, loss of equipment, use or any other incidental or consequential damages resulting from any defective part or parts, the Seller’s liability and the

Buyer’s exclusive remedy being expressly limited to the replacement of defective parts as provided herein; f) The warranty set out within this paragraph does not apply to: i. tires, accessories, and other items including the items, if any listed on the face hereof as

“Buyers Specified Items”, manufactured by others and the Buyer shall rely solely on the

warranty, if any, of the manufacturer of such tires, accessories and other items; nor ii. to any equipment, otherwise subject to this warranty, which shall have been repaired,

modified or altered in any way by anyone other than the Seller or one of its duly authorized

service representatives. g) With respect to used equipment sold hereunder, regardless of manufacture, the Seller makes no warranty whatever, and all warranties, express or implied are hereby excluded. With respect to such used equipment, the Buyer agrees to accept such used equipment on an “as is” basis.

WARRANTY VOID IF NOT REGISTERED

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION ................................................................... 4

Warranty Registration Form & Inspection Report

................................................................... 5

AGRI-VAC WARRANTY............................................................................. 6

1 INTRODUCTION .............................................................................. 11

2 SAFETY ........................................................................................... 12

2.1 GENERAL SAFETY .......................................................................................................13

2.2 OPERATING SAFETY ..................................................................................................14

2.3 SAFETY AROUND BINS,SILOS,TANKS AND BOOT PITS……….

……………. 15

2.4 MAINTENANCE SAFETY ..............................................................................................15

2.5 HYDRAULIC SAFETY....................................................................................................16

2.6 STORAGE SAFETY.......................................................................................................16

2.7 TRANSPORT SAFETY ..................................................................................................17

2.8 TIRE SAFETY ................................................................................................................17

2.9 SAFETY SIGNS .............................................................................................................17

2.10 SIGN-OFF FORM...........................................................................................................18

3 SAFETY DECAL LOCATIONS ......................................................... 19

4 OPERATION .................................................................................... 23

4.1(a) OPERATION (FOR UNITS WITH ELECTRIC MOTORS) ...............................................23

4.1.1. Safety:

............................................................................................................ 23

4.1.2. Commissioning: Installation

.............................................................................. 23

4.1.3 Start-up:

......................................................................................................... 23

4.1.4. Soft Start

........................................................................................................ 23

4.1.5. Storage:

.......................................................................................................... 23

4.1(b) OPERATION ( TRACTOR PTO UNITS)........................................................................24

4.2 TO THE NEW OPERATOR OR OWNER ........................................................................24

4.3 MACHINE COMPONENTS .............................................................................................25

4.4 BREAK-IN .......................................................................................................................26

4.5 PRE-OPERATION CHECKLIST......................................................................................26

4.6 EQUIPMENT MATCHING ...............................................................................................27

4.7 CONTROLS ....................................................................................................................28

4.8 ATTACHING/UNHOOKING.............................................................................................30

4.9 MACHINE PREPARATION .............................................................................................33

4.10 OPERATING ...................................................................................................................35

4.10.7A Starting Machine With a Tractor .............................................................................36

4.10.7B Starting Machine with an Electric Motor

............................................................ 37

4.11 TRANSPORTING............................................................................................................43

4.12 STORAGE.......................................................................................................................45

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Table of Contents (con't)

5 SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE......................................................... 46

5.1

SERVICE ........................................................................................................................46

5.1.1 FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS ......................................................................................... 46

5.1.2

5.1.3

5.1.4

5.2.1

5.2.2

6.2

6.3

6.4

6.5

7

5.2.3

5.2.4

5.2.5

6

6.1

7.1

7.2

8

GREASING ................................................................................................................... 46

SERVICING INTERVALS

............................................................................................. 47

SERVICE RECORD ..................................................................................................... .53

BELT TENSION AND ALIGNMENT

.............................................................................. 54

BLOWER OIL CHANGING AND BREATHER CLEANING

............................................. .58

AIRLOCK ..................................................................................................................... .60

SHEAR PIN......................................................................................................................62

AIR SYSTEM RELIEF VALVES .......................................................................................63

TROUBLE SHOOTING........................................................................ 64

MOBILE TRANSFER UNIT ................................................................................................64

PTO SHAFT ........................................................................................................................66

AIRLOCK ..........................................................................................................................67

BLOWER ..........................................................................................................................68

V-BELT DRIVE..................................................................................................................69

MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................... 70

MECHANICAL...................................................................................................................70

BOLT TORQUE ................................................................................................................71

AGRI-VAC PARTS LIST ADDENDUM ............................................... 72

5614 DLX, HBR, FRL, SCH & DI PARTS LIST.................................................................74

6614 DLX, HBR , FRL, SCH & DI PARTS LIST................................................................76

7614HD DLX, HBR , FRL , SCH & DI PARTS LIST..........................................................78

5614 DLX(2016) HBR, FRL, SCH & DI PARTS LIST........................................................82

6614 DLX(2016) HBR, FRL, SCH & DI PARTS LIST........................................................84

7614 DLX(2016) HBR, FRL, SCH & DI PARTS LIST .......................................................86

7816 DLX(2016) HBR, FRL, SCH & DI PARTS LIST .......................................................88

……………………………………………………………………………………………………….

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1 Equipment Matching, Horsepower Vs. Model 27

Table 2 Operating, Airlock Speed Vs. Grain 38

Table 3 Transporting, Speed Vs. Weight Ratio 44

Table 4 Service, Reservoir Capacity 46

Table 5 Maintenance, Belt Tension & Deflection Chart 54

Table 6 Mechanical Specifications 70

Table 7 Imperial Torque Specifications 71

Table 8 Metric Torque Specifications 71

8

LIST OF FIGURES

SECTION 3 SAFETY DECALS

Fig. 3-1 Typical Decals (Front Driverside) ................................................................................ 19

Fig. 3-2 Typical Decals Rear Side Of Belt Cover. ...................................................................... 19

Fig. 3-3 Typical Decals For Hydraulic Boom Rotation .............................................................. 21

Fig. 3-4 Typical Decals On Receiver Tank ................................................................................ 21

Fig. 3-5 Intake Nozzle Decal (Typical)...................................................................................... 22

Fig. 3-6 Decal (With Belt Cover Removed.).............................................................................. 22

SECTION 4 OPERATION

Fig. 4-1 PTO Units In Transport ………………………………..……………………………………..25

Fig. 4-2 Intake Nozzle& Intake Line......................................................................................... 25

Fig. 4-3 Power Sources............................................................................................................ 25

Fig. 4-4 Drawbar ...................................................................................................................... 27

Fig. 4-5 Controls ...................................................................................................................... 28

Fig. 4-7 Drawbar ...................................................................................................................... 30

Fig. 4-8 Pin Retainer. ............................................................................................................... 30

Fig. 4-9 PTO Shaft Connected. ................................................................................................ 31

Fig. 4-10 Attached To Tractor..................................................................................................... 31

Fig. 4-11 Position of Machine to Bin 12ft (4 M) .......................................................................... 32

Fig. 4-12 Flex Tube Installation. ................................................................................................ 32

Fig. 4-13 Security Latch & Boom Saddle. .................................................................................. 33

FIG.4-14 Swing Boom Extension 180 Deg. ............................................................................... 33

Fig. 4-15 Raising the Boom. ...................................................................................................... 33

Fig. 4-16 Positioning ................................................................................................................. 34

Fig. 4-17 Placement .................................................................................................................. 34

Fig. 4-18 Starting Machine With Tractor .................................................................................... 35

Fig. 4-19 Unloading From Truck To Bin..................................................................................... 36

Fig. 4-20 Monitor Product Movement Behind Glass Door.......................................................... 36

Fig. 4-21 Airlock Speed Flow Divider And Direction Wheel. ...................................................... 38

Fig. 4-22 Product In the Window. .............................................................................................. 39

Fig. 4-23 In Operation. .............................................................................................................. 39

Fig. 4-24 Using The Clean-Up Nozzle In the Bin. ...................................................................... 40

Fig. 4-25 Nozzle Storage........................................................................................................... 40

Fig. 4-26 Emptying The Pre-Cleaner. ........................................................................................ 41

Fig. 4-27 Unloading Into Truck. ................................................................................................. 41

Fig. 4-28 Seconds to Suffocation .............................................................................................. 42

Fig. 4-29 Security Latch Engaged on Boom Extension............................................................. 44

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LIST OF FIGURES (Cont’d)

SECTION 5 SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE

Fig. 5-1

Fig. 5-2

Fig. 5-3

Fig. 5-4

Fig. 5-5

Fig. 5-6

Fig. 5-7

Fig. 5-8

Fig. 5-9

Fig. 5-10

Fig. 5-11

Fig. 5-12

Fig. 5-13

Fig. 5-14

Fig. 5-15

Fig. 5-17

Fig. 5-18

Fig. 5-19

Fig. 5-20

Fig. 5-21

Fig. 5-22

Fig. 5-23

Fig. 5-24

Fig. 5-25

Fig. 5-26

Fig. 5-27

Fig. 5-28

Fig. 5-29

Fig. 5-30

Fig. 5-31

Fig. 5-32

Fig. 5-33

PTO Shaft Lubrication Points. ......................................................................................

Drive Belts..................................................................................................................

Blower Reservoir Schematics..................................................................................... ..

Blower Reservoirs (Front)......................................................................................... …

Blower Reservoirs (Rear) ........................................................................................... ..

Check the Wearliner in Discharge Cyclone................................................................. .

Boom Swivel. .............................................................................................................

Boom Cylinder............................................................................................................

Splined Shaft................................................................................................................

Outboard Bearing. .........................................................................................................

Blower Reservoirs. ..................................................................................................... ..

Vacuum Relief Valve. ....................................................................................................

Pressure Relief Valve................................................................................................. .

Cyclone Line Seal. ........................................................................................................

Flex Hose Seals. ........................................................................................................ ...

Belt Deflection. ..............................................................................................................

Adjusting Bolts. ...........................................................................................................

Pulleys ........................................................................................................................

Misalignment of Pulleys.............................................................................................. ...

Adjusting Bolts At Input Shaft. .................................................................................... ..

Adjusting Anchor Bolts At Bearing Housing Assembly................................................ .

Blower Schematics.................................................................................................... ..

Blower (Rear) ............................................................................................................. ..

Blower (Front) ........................................................................................................... .

Blower Schematics.................................................................................................... .

Breathers .................................................................................................................. .

Airlock ........................................................................................................................

Checking Tip Clearance Through The Access Door. ................................................. ...

Check Wiper Blade Through The Access Door ......................................................... ..

Shear Pin. ................................................................................................................. .

Vacuum Relief Valve. ..................................................................................................

Pressure Relief Valve................................................................................................

SECTION 8 AGRIVAC PARTS ADDENDUM

Fig. 8-1

Exploded View 5614 DLX, HBR, FRL, SCH & DI..........................................................

75

Fig. 8-2 Exploded View 6614 DLX, HBR, FRL, SCH & DI..........................................................

77

Fig. 8-3 Exploded View 7614HD DLX, HBR, FRL, SCH & DI……………………………………..

79

Fig. 8-4 Birds-Eye View 2016 Models

.......................................................................................

81

Fig. 8-5 Exploded View 5614 DLX, (2016) HBR, FRL, SCH & DI.................................................

83

Fig. 8-6 Exploded View 6614 DLX, (2016) HBR, FRL, SCH & DI.................................................

85

Fig. 8-7 Exploded View 7614 HD DLX, (2016) HBR, FRL, SCH & DI……………………………..

87

Fig. 8-8 Exploded View 7816 DLX, (2016) HBR, FRL, SCH & DI…..…………………………...

89

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1 INTRODUCTION

Congratulations on your choice of a Walinga Agri-Vac to complement your farming operation. This equipment has been designed and manufactured to meet the needs of the discriminating buyer for the efficient moving of grains.

Safe, efficient and trouble free operation of your Agri-Vac requires that you and anyone else who will be operating or maintaining the machine, read and understand the Safety, Operation, Maintenance and

Trouble Shooting information contained within the Operator’s Manual.

This Manual covers Models 5614,6614,7614,7614HD & 7816 made by Walinga Inc. Differences are

explained where

without notice.

app licable . Some items shown may be optional. Specifications subject to change

Keep this manual handy for frequent reference and to pass on to new operators or owners. Call your

Walinga dealer if you need assistance, information or additional copies of the manual. Contact your dealer for a complete listing of parts.

OPERATOR ORIENTATION – The directions left, right, front and rear, as mentioned throughout this manual, are as seen from the driver’s seat and facing in the direction of travel using the North American convention of driving on the right hand side of the road.

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2 SAFETY

This Safety Alert symbol means

ATTENTION!

BECOME ALERT!

YOUR SAFETY IS

INVOLVED!

SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL

The Safety Alert symbol identifies important safety messages on the

Walinga Agri-Vac and in the manual. When you see this symbol, be alert to the possibility of personal injury or death. Follow the instructions in the safety message.

Why is SAFETY important to you?

Accidents Disable and Kill

3 Big Reasons : Accidents Cost

Accidents Can Be Avoided

SIGNAL WORDS:

Note the use of the signal words DANGER, WARNING and CAUTION with the safety messages. The appropriate signal word for each message has been selected using the following guidelines:

DANGER -

Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not avoided will result in death or serious injury. This signal word limited to the most extreme situations, typically for machine components that, for functional purposes, cannot be guarded.

WARNING- Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury, and includes hazards that are exposed when guards are removed. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.

CAUTION - Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury. It may also be used to alert against unsafe practices.

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SAFETY

YOU are responsible for the SAFE operation and maintenance of your Walinga Agri-Vac®. YOU must ensure that you and anyone else who is going to operate, maintain or work around the Agri-Vac® be familiar with the operating and maintenance procedures and related SAFETY information contained in this manual. This manual will take you step-by-step through your working day and alerts you to all good safety practices that should be adhered to while operating the Agri-Vac®.

Remember, YOU are the key to safety. Good safety practices not only protect you but also the people around you. Make these practices a working part of your safety program. Be certain that EVERYONE operating this equipment is familiar with the recommended procedures and follows all the safety precautions. Remember, most accidents can be prevented. Do not risk injury or death.

• Remember to be an efficient operator. An efficient operator is a very safe, cost efficient and

professional person.

• Agri-Vac® owners must give operating instructions to operators or employees before allowing them

to operate the equipment, and at least annually thereafter.

• The most important safety feature on this equipment is a SAFE operator. It is the operator’s

responsibility to read and understand ALL Safety and Operating instructions in the manual and to

follow these. All accidents can be avoided.

• Walinga feels that a person who has not read, understood and been trained to follow all operating

and safety instructions is not qualified to operate the equipment. An untrained operator exposes

himself and bystanders to possible serious injury or death.

• Do not modify the equipment in any way. Unauthorized modification may impair the function and/or

safety of the equipment and affect the life of the machine.

• Think SAFETY! Work SAFELY!

2.1 GENERAL SAFETY

1. Read and understand the Operators’ Manual and all safety signs before operating, maintaining,

adjusting or unplugging the Agri-Vac.

2. Only trained competent persons shall operate the Agri-Vac. An untrained operator is not

qualified to operate the machine.

3. Have a first-aid kit available for use should the need arise and know how to use it.

4. Have a fire extinguisher available for use should the need arise and know how to use it.

5. Do not allow riders.

6. Wear appropriate protective gear.

This list includes but is not limited to:

- A hard hat

- Protective shoes with slip resistant

Soles

- Protective goggles

- Heavy Gloves

- Wet weather gear

- Hearing protection

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7. Place all controls in neutral, stop the engine or disconnect all electrical power sources, set the park brake on tractor or towing vehicle, remove the ignition key and wait for all moving parts to stop before servicing, adjusting, repairing or unplugging.

8. Wear appropriate hearing protection when operating for long periods of time.

9. All electrical connections should be in accordance to the National Electrical Code.

10. Ground all electrical equipment.

11. Know where overhead electrical lines are located and stay away from them. Electrocution can occur without direct contact.

12. Review safety related items annually with all personnel who will be operating or maintaining the

Agri-Vac.

2.2 OPERATING SAFETY

1. Read and understand the Operator’s Manual and all safety signs before using.

2. Place all controls in neutral, stop the engine or disconnect all electrical power sources, set the park brake on tractor or towing vehicle, remove the ignition key and wait for all moving parts to stop before servicing, adjusting, repairing or unplugging.

3. Do not operate when any guards are damaged or removed, install and secure guards before starting.

4. Keep hands, feet, clothing and hair away from all moving and/or rotating parts.

5. Do not allow riders on the Agri-Vac® or tractor during operation or transporting.

6. Clear the area of all bystanders, especially small children, before starting.

7. Attach securely to the tractor or towing vehicle using a retainer on the drawbar pin and a safety chain.

8. Be sure the PTO driveline guard telescopes and rotates freely on the shaft before installing.

Attach safety chains on guard to prevent guard from rotating.

9. Stay away from overhead obstructions and power lines when extending boom and during operation and transporting. Electrocution can occur without direct contact.

10. Keep away from the unloading boom when moving, adjusting, or setting. Keep others away.

11. Clean reflectors, SMV signs and lights before transporting.

12. Wear appropriate ear protection when operating for long periods of time.

13. Do not operate with any leaks in the hydraulic system or air system.

14. Do not place intake nozzle near feet when standing on the top of the product. Do not stand on the pile of product that is being sucked up.

15. Before applying pressure to the hydraulic system make sure all components are tight and that all steel lines, hoses and couplings are in good condition.

16. Review safety items with all personnel annually.

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2.3 SAFETY AROUND BINS,SILOS, TANKS AND BOOT PITS

Working in and around bins, silos, and tanks and boot pits.

Agri-Vac operators and all other personnel assisting should strictly adhere to the procedures outlined below before entering a storage structure. For additional details regarding these procedures, reference

OSHA Standards, or your local regulations. (see also Sect 4.10.1)

Entering a bin, silo, tank or other type of storage structure is hazardous. You can suffocate and die from the materials stored inside these structures. There also may be explosive, harmful or

poisonous gas or dust in the air.

Before entering a storage structure, a Agri-Vac operator and all other personnel assisting should strictly adhere to safety procedures as follows: (adapted from the

Kansas Grain and Feed Association’s

Safety, Health and Environment Committee.)

1. The machine operator(s) and all assisting personnel should be aware of the actions they will take in the event of an emergency.

2. The machine operator(s) and all assisting personnel should be trained in the general and specific safety hazards associated with their work tasks.

3. The machine operator(s) and all assisting personnel should be trained in the general procedures and safety practices for entering and working in bins, silos, tanks or other storage structures, as well as the safety procedures for handling special tasks concerning entering and working in such structures.

4. The atmosphere within a bin, silo, tank or storage structure should be tested for the presence of combustible gases, dusts, vapors and toxic agents.

5. Ventilation should be provided until the unsafe conditions are eliminated or as long as there is a possibility of recurrence of the unsafe conditions while the bin, silo, tank or storage structure is occupied by personnel.

6. Anyone entering the bin, silo, tank, storage structure or boot pit, should wear an appropriate

respirator and protective clothing, as long as there is a possibility of any unsafe atmospheric

condition.

7. When entering bins, silos, tanks or storage structures from the top, personnel should wear a body harness with lifeline, or use a boatswain’s chair.

8. An observer equipped to provide assistance and trained in rescue procedures, including notification methods, should be stationed outside the bin, silo, tank or storage structure being entered. Visual, voice or signal line communications should be constantly maintained between the observer and the party in the bin, silo, tank or storage structure.

9. Equipment for rescue operations which is specifically suited for the bin, silo, tank or storage structure being entered should be provided.

10. Do not enter bins, silos, tanks or storage structures under a bridging condition, or where a buildup of materials could fall and bury you. It is also recommended that you do not walk or stand on grain or other materials where the depth is greater than waist high.

11. Be aware of the extremely high suction at the intake nozzle. Stay away from nozzle intake area.

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2.4 MAINTENANCE SAFETY

1. Follow ALL the operating, maintenance and safety information in the manual.

2. Support the machine with blocks or safety stands when changing tires or working beneath.

3. Follow good shop practices: a. - Keep service area clean and dry. b. - Be sure electrical outlets and tools are properly grounded. c. - Use adequate light for the job at hand.

4. Use only tools, jacks and hoists of sufficient capacity for the job.

5. Place all controls in neutral, stop the engine, disconnect all electrical power sources, set the park brake on tractor or towing vehicle , remove the ignition key and wait for al moving parts to stop before servicing., adjusting, repairing or unplugging.

6. Make sure all guards are in place and properly secured when maintenance work is completed.

7. Before applying pressure to a hydraulic system, make sure all lines, fittings and couplers are in good condition.

8. Relieve pressure from hydraulic circuit before servicing or disconnecting from tractor.

9. Keep hands, feet, hair and clothing away from all moving and/or rotating parts.

10. Place hydraulic controls in neutral and stop the engine before working on Agri-Vacs.

11. Clear the area of bystanders, especially small children, when carrying out any maintenance and

repairs or making any adjustments.

2.5 HYDRAULIC SAFETY

1. Make sure that all components in the hydraulic system are kept in good condition and are clean.

2. Replace any worn, cut, abraded, flattened or kinked hoses or metal lines immediately.

3. Relieve pressure before working on hydraulic system.

4. Do not attempt any makeshift repairs to the hydraulic fittings or hoses by using tape, clamps

or cements. The hydraulic system operates under extremely high-pressure. Such repairs will fail suddenly and create a hazardous and unsafe condition.

5. Wear proper hand and eye protection when searching for a high pressure

hydraulic leak. Use a piece of wood or cardboard as a backstop instead

of hands to isolate and identify a leak.

6. If injured by a concentrated high-pressure stream of hydraulic fluid,

seek medical attention immediately. Serious infection or toxic

reaction can develop from hydraulic fluid piercing the skin surface.

7. Before applying pressure to the system, make sure all components are tight and that lines, hoses and couplings are not damaged.

2.6 STORAGE SAFETY

1.

Store unit in an area away from human activity.

2.

Do not permit children to play on or around the stored machine.

3.

Store the unit in a dry, level area. Support the base with planks if required.

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2.7 TRANSPORT SAFETY

Refer to Section 4.11 TRANSPORTING - Towing (page 43) for detailed

information and regulations.

1. Make sure you are in compliance with all local regulations regarding transporting equipment on

public roads and highways.

2. Make sure that all the lights and reflectors that are required by local highway and transport

authorities are in place, are clean and can be seen clearly by all overtaking and oncoming traffic.

3. Make sure the discharge boom is placed in the transport position and resting in the boom saddle.

4. Attach securely to the towing vehicle using a retainer on the drawbar pin and a safety chain.

5. Do not allow anyone to ride on the Agri-Vac® or towing vehicle during transport.

6. Reduce speed on rough roads and surfaces.

7. Stay away from overhead obstructions and power lines. Electrocution can occur without direct

contact.

8. Always use hazard warning flashers on towing vehicle when transporting unless prohibited by

law.

9. Add extra lights or use pilot vehicles when transporting during times of limited visibility or as

required by local regulations.

Use ANSI/ASAE S279.17 July,2013 as a minimum standard for Lighting and Marking of

Agricultural Equipment on Highways whether towing the Agri-Vac during daytime or nighttime.

2.8 TIRE SAFETY

1. Failure to follow proper procedures when mounting a tire on a wheel or rim can produce an

explosion which may result in serious injury or death.

2. Do not attempt to mount a tire unless you have the proper equipment and experience to do the job.

3. Have a qualified tire dealer or repair service perform required tire maintenance.

4. Ensure that the tires are kept inflated to the proper pressure.

2.9 SAFETY SIGNS

1. Keep safety signs clean and legible at all times.

2. Replace safety signs that are missing or have become illegible.

3. Replaced parts that displayed a safety sign should also display the current sign.

4. Safety signs are available from your Distributor or the factory.

How to Install Safety Signs

• Be sure that the installation area is clean and dry.

• Be sure temperature is above 50°F (10°C).

• Decide on the exact position before you remove the backing paper.

• Remove the smallest portion of the split backing paper.

• Align the sign over the specified area and carefully press the small portion with the exposed sticky

backing in place.

• Slowly peel back the remaining paper and carefully smooth the remaining portion of the sign in

place.

• Small air pockets can be pierced with a pin and smoothed out using the piece of sign backing paper.

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2.10 SIGN-OFF FORM

Walinga Inc. follows the general Safety Standards specified by the American Society of Agricultural

Engineers (ASAE) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Anyone who will be operating and/or maintaining the Agri-Vac must read and clearly understand ALL Safety,

Operating and Maintenance information presented in this manual.

Do not operate or allow anyone else to operate this equipment until such information has been reviewed. Annually review this information with personnel.

Make these periodic reviews of SAFETY and OPERATION a standard practice for all of your equipment. We feel that an untrained operator is unqualified to operate this machine.

A sign-off sheet is provided for your record keeping to show that all personnel who will be working with the equipment have read and understand the information in the Operator’s Manual and have been instructed in the operation of the equipment.

SIGN-OFF FORM

DATE EMPLOYEE’S NAME EMPLOYER’S SIGNATURE

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3 SAFETY DECAL LOCATIONS

The types and locations of some of the safety decals on the equipment, are shown on the next pages.

Good safety requires that you familiarize yourself with the various safety decals, the type of warning and the area, or particular function related to that area, that requires your SAFETY AWARENESS.

Think SAFETY! Work SAFELY!

Fig. 3-1 Typical Decals (Front Driverside)

Fig. 3-2 Typical Decals Rear Side Of Belt Cover.

REMEMBER - If safety decals have been damaged, removed, become illegible or parts are replaced without decals, new signs must be applied. New decals are available from your authorized dealer or factory direct.

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3 SAFETY DECAL LOCATIONS (CONT’D)

**On 540 rpm models use decal 53-15652-6

A ** C

B

D

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3 SAFETY DECAL LOCATIONS

Fig. 3-3 Typical Decals For Hydraulic Boom

Rotation (Optional )

Fig. 3-4 Typical Decals On Receiver Tank

E F

G

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H

3 SAFETY DECAL LOCATIONS (CONT’D)

Fig. 3-5 Intake Nozzle Decal (Typical).

J

Fig. 3-6 Decal (With Belt Cover Removed.)

The types and locations of some of the safety decals on the equipment are shown on the preceding pages. Good safety requires that you familiarize yourself with the safety decals, the type of warning and the area, or particular function related to that area, which requires your SAFETY AWARENESS.

Think SAFETY! Work SAFELY!

REMEMBER - If safety decals have been damaged, removed, become illegible or parts are replaced without decals, new decals must be applied. New decals are available from your authorized dealer or factory direct.

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4 OPERATION

4.1(a) OPERATION (FOR UNITS WITH ELECTRIC MOTORS)

4.1.1. Safety:

a. Disconnect all electrical power before servicing, adjusting, or lubricating equipment. Install lock-out if

necessary. b. All electrical hook-ups should be in accordance to the National Electrical Code (NEC), and all

local regulations. c. Ground all electrical equipment. d. Only use the supplied or approved motor and starter. e. Review the motor and starter manual.

4.1.2. Commissioning: Installation

a. The Agri-Vac may be supplied with an electric motor or a “dummy” motor.

i. A soft starter or Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) must be installed. b. Power cable and wall plugs are to be supplied by the consumer. c. Follow the installation instruction found in the motors’ manual

4.1.3 Start-up:

a. Electric motor shaft rotate CLOCKWISE viewed from the driveshaft end of the motor.

4.1.4. Soft Start

A soft starter or VFD must be installed.

Ensure that the soft start has a ten second ramp up and a ten second ramp down time.

NOTE: Use of an Across-The-Line (ATL) or Star-Delta starter creates high mechanical stress and may cause the blower’s shaft to fail prematurely.

4.1.5. Storage:

Motors should be stored in a clean, dry, well ventilated location. When in storage, the motor

shaft should be turned several rotations every month, and the bearings lubricated every year.

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4.1(b) OPERATION ( TRACTOR PTO UNITS)

4.2 TO THE NEW OPERATOR OR OWNER

The Walinga Agri-Vac is specifically designed to vacuum up grains, and move it in a stream of pressurized air. A high capacity air pump moves the air through the machine

Many features incorporated into this machine are the result of suggestions made by customers like you.

Read this manual carefully to learn how to operate the machine safely and how to set it to provide creating a vacuum on the intake side and pressure on the outlet side. Be familiar with all operating and safety procedures before starting. maximum efficiency. By following the operating instructions in conjunction with a good maintenance program, your Agri-Vac will provide many years of trouble-free service.

It is the responsibility of the owner and operator to read this manual and to train all other operators before they start working with the machine. Follow all safety instructions exactly.

Safety is everyone’s business. By following recommended procedures, a safe working environment is provided for the operator, bystanders, and the area around the worksite.

Untrained operators are not qualified to operate the machine.

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4.3 MACHINE COMPONENTS*

The air pumps or blowers are the key components in the Agri-Vac and are driven by the the tractor

PTO / electrical power source (fig 4-3), through a belt drive system. The blower moves air through the machine. On the intake side, the blower creates a vacuum in the receiver tank and intake lines for picking up grain. Grain is separated from the stream of air in the receiver tank.

On the discharge side of the blower, the pressurized air flows through the airlock where it picks up a metered quantity of grain and moves it out the lines to the discharge cyclone.

The airlock is rotated with hydraulics powered by the same power source as the blower. A hydraulic cylinder or boom jack lifts the discharge boom for positioning.

A Receiver Tank

B Pre-Cleaner

C Discharge Cyclone

D Belt Drive Cover

E Blower

F Airlock

G Hydraulic Controls

H Boom

J Boom Lift Cylinder

K Intake Line

L Intake Nozzle

M Access/Inspection Door

Fig. 4-1 PTO Units In Transport Mode. Fig. 4-2 Intake Nozzle

& Intake Line

PTO

Power Pack Electric Motor

Fig. 4-3 Power Sources.

* some items shown may be optional

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4.4 BREAK-IN

Although there are no operational restrictions on the Agri-Vac® when used for the first time, it is recommended that the following mechanical items be checked:

A. After operating for 1/2 hour:

1. Re-torque all the wheel bolts.

2. Re-torque drive belt bearings. Check belt drive for alignment, and belts for tension.

3. Disconnect PTO driveline or electrical lock-out connection, remove the belt cover, and turn blower

by hand. Be sure that it turns freely.

4. Open and clean the pre-cleaner door and tank.

5. Check that no hoses are pinched, rubbing or being crimped. Re-align as required.

6. Check for oil leaks. Stop leaks before continuing.

7. Check oil level in reservoirs. Add as required.

8. Lubricate all grease fittings.

B. After operating for 5 hours and 10 hours:

1. Re-torque all wheel bolts, fasteners and hardware.

2. Check hose routing.

3. Check that blower turns freely.

4. Open and clean the pre-cleaner door and tank.

5. Check oil level in reservoirs.

6. Then go to normal servicing and maintenance schedule defined in the Maintenance Section.

4.5 PRE-OPERATION CHECKLIST

Efficient and safe operation of the Walinga Agri-Vac® requires that each operator reads and understands the operating procedures and all related safety precautions outlined in this section. A pre-operation checklist is provided for the operator. It is important for both the personal safety and maintaining the good mechanical condition of the Agri-Vac® that this checklist is followed.

Before operating the Agri-Vac® and each time thereafter, the following areas should be checked off.

1. Lubricate the machine per the schedule outlined in Section 5 Service and Maintenance.

2. Use only a tractor or power unit of adequate power to operate the Agri-Vac®.

3. Ensure that the machine is properly attached to the tractor/power unit. Be sure that the

retainer is installed in the drawbar pin and the safety chain is attached.

4. Check the hydraulic system. Ensure that the hydraulic reservoir in the tractor is filled to the

required specifications.

5. Check the oil level in the blower reservoirs.

6. Inspect all hydraulic lines, hoses, fittings and couplers for tightness. Use a clean cloth to wipe

any accumulated dirt from the couplers before connecting to the hydraulic system of the

tractor/power unit.

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7. Check the tires and ensure that they are inflated to the specified pressure.

8. Check that the blower turns freely.

9. Open and clean the pre-cleaner door and tank.

10. Check for and remove entangled material.

11. Check that the PTO driveline is pinned to the tractor shaft and the guard is chained to the frame.

12. Close and secure all guards.

4. 6 EQUIPMENT MATCHING

The Walinga Agri-Vac® is designed to be used with Agricultural tractors/power units. To insure a good performance, the following list of specifications must be met:

1. Horsepower: (Table 1)

Use Table 1 as a guide in determining the minimum recommended horsepower for different models.

2. Drawbar Dimensions: (Fig. 4-4)

The tractor drawbar dimension must be 16 inches between the end of the shaft and drawbar pin hole center for the 1000 RPM model and 14 inches for the 540 RPM model. This will provide sufficient clearance for turning and allow telescoping of the shaft. Consult your tractor manual for the drawbar adjustment procedure.

Table 1 Horsepower vs. Model

Model Horsepower Kilowatts

5614

70-85 52.2-63.4

6614

7614

1618

A/L

7614HD

2018

A/L

7816

110-130

130-150

140-180

82-97

97-112

104-134

150-180 112-134

Fig. 4-4 Drawbar

3. PTO Shaft:

The tractor PTO shaft must meet these specifications:

540 RPM - 6 spline, 1 3/8 inch dia.

1000 RPM - 21 spline, 1 3/8 inch dia, 21 spline, or 1-3/4 for 180 hp tractors.

IMPORTANT

It is not recommended that shaft adaptors be used on the tractor shaft to prevent operating at the wrong RPM. Use extra care when using a tractor with a shift able PTO speed.

Operating a 540 PTO machine with 1000 PTO can cause serious damage to blower and possible personal injury. It also voids the warranty.

4. Hydraulic System:

The power unit must have one remote hydraulic valve to operate the airlock hydraulic motor and one to operate the boom lift circuit. The system must be capable of 15 gpm (56 lpm) @ 1500 psi (10,300 kPa). Either closed-centre or open-centered system can be used.

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4.7 CONTROLS

All controls on the Agri-Vac® are located on the rear of the machine. Review this section carefully

to familiarize yourself with the function and movement of each control before starting.

Boom Lift (Control #2 fig 4-5):

This valve controls the boom position. Pull on the lever to raise the boom and push to lower.

Place in the centre position for no boom movement.

Fig. 4-5 Controls .

Boom Rotation (Control #3 fig. 4-5) : (For units equipped with Hydraulic Boom Rotation)

This spring-loaded-to-neutral-centre lever controls the direction of the boom rotation.

Push on

the lever and hold to swing the boom to the right. (clockwise) Release to return to centre

position to stop rotation. Pull and hold to swing to the left. (counter-clockwise)

H

YDRAULIC

S

YSTEM

M

ATCHING

(For units using tractor powered hydraulics.)

(Control #1 fig 4-5) The machine can be used with either an open-centre or closed-centre

hydraulic system. Open the matching valve when using with an open-centre system. Close for the closed-centre system.

IMPORTANT

Do not attempt to raise or rotate the boom while the airlock is in operation.

Airlock control must be in the centre neutral position for the boom to raise or lower.

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Airlock Control (Control #4 fig 4-5) :

The right valve controls the operation of the airlock. Pull on the control to operate the airlock in the forward direction and push to operate in the reverse direction. Stop the airlock by placing the lever in the centre neutral position.

Do not operate for long periods of time in

the reverse direction. The rotor is not designed to operate in the reverse direction.

Reverse rotation may be used to free jammed object in rotor only.

Watch and count the arrow revolutions on the airlock indicator wheel to determine airlock speed and direction. (Fig. 4-6)

Use Table 2 (Section 4.10) as a guide to setting the airlock speed.

Airlock speeds depend on the product and the distance conveyed. The airlock pockets should be as full of the conveyed product as possible.

To determine this, start with the airlock speed slower than the recommended speed.

Increase the speed slightly when the inspection window starts to be covered with product that is not moving.

It is possible to run the airlock too fast, not allowing the product to fill each airlock pocket. Never exceed the recommended speeds!

The longer the suction distance the slower the airlock should turn.

IMPORTANT

Do not attempt to raise boom

while airlock is in operation.

Fig. 4-6 Airlock Indicator Wheel.

Flow Divider (Control #5 fig 4-5) :

A flow divider in the airlock circuit is used to control the airlock speed. Normal

operation should start at a setting of 5.

Move in small increments toward 0 to decrease the speed. Move toward 10 to increase the speed. Watch and count the arrow revolutions on the airlock wheel to determine the speed.

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4.8 ATTACHING/UNHOOKING

The Agri-Vac® should always be parked on a level, dry area that is free of debris and foreign objects.

Follow this procedure when attaching:

1. Clear the area of bystanders and remove foreign objects from the machine and working area.

2. Make sure there is enough room to back the tractor/power unit up to the hitch point.

3. Start the tractor/power unit and slowly back it up to the hitch point.

4. Stop the tractor /power unit, place all controls in neutral, set park brake and remove ignition key before dismounting.

5. Adjust the length of the drawbar to give the appropriate dimension between the

PTO shaft and drawbar pin hole. (Refer to

Tractor Operator's Manual).

6. Use the jack to raise or lower the hitch pole to align with the drawbar.

7. Install a drawbar pin with provisions for a mechanical retainer such as a Klik pin.

Install the retainer.

Fig. 4-7 Drawbar

Fig. 4-8 Pin Retainer.

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8. Connect the PTO shaft: a. Check that the PTO driveline telescopes easily and that the shield

rotates freely. b. Attach the driveline to the tractor/power unit by retracting the locking pin or pulling back on the lock collar. Slide the yoke over the shaft and push on the yoke until the lock pin or lock collar clicks into position. Be sure the unit is locked in position. c. Connect the anchor chains between the shield on the PTO shaft and the frame. d. Lower the shaft storage stand.

Shut off the tractor.

9. Connect the hydraulics.

To connect, proceed as follows: a. Use a clean cloth or paper towel to clean the couplers on the ends of the hoses. Also clean the area around the couplers on the tractor. b. Remove the plastic plugs from the couplers and insert the male ends. c. Connect the remaining coupler. Be sure to match the system with the desired control lever in the tractor.

Fig. 4-9 PTO Shaft Connected.

10. Route the hoses along the hitch and secure in position to prevent entanglement with any moving parts.

11. Install safety chains between the tractor /power unit and the machine tongue.

12. Raise the hitch jack and rotate it 90° to place in its stowed position.

13. When unhooking the tractor or power

Fig. 4-10 Attached To Tractor.

unit, reverse the above procedure.

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4.9 Machine Preparation

Before the Agri-Vac® can be used it must be set up and prepared for operation.

When setting-up, follow this procedure:

1. Clear the area of bystanders, especially small children.

2. Be sure you select a spot that has sufficient space to locate the machine and enough clearance to allow trucks to drive under the discharge cyclone.

3. Position the machine approximately 12 feet (4 meters) from the storage facility. The PTO shaft should be straight, by having the tractor and machine in a straight line.

4. Engage hydraulic lever to operate the hydraulic circuit.

5. Place all other controls in neutral and set park brake on the tractor before dismounting.

6. Remove the plug from the receiver tank inlet.

7. Remove the intake nozzle from its storage position on the frame and install on the end of the steel flex tube.

Secure in position using the wing bolts on the coupler.

8. Connect the 12 foot steel flex tube to the inlet. Tighten the wing bolts on the coupler to lock the tube securely in place.

Try to have the hose as straight as possible.

Fig. 4-11 Bin Clearance 12ft (4 M)

Fig. 4-12 Flex Tube Installation.

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4.9 MACHINE PREPARATION

9. Release split boom security latch and lift boom extension out of the saddle.

10. Swing boom extension around 180 deg until air line is straight.

11. Secure boom extension by clamping the latch eye over hook. Adjust clamp if it is necessary to prevent air leakage at joint. For added security insert pin through latch handle.

12. Pull on the boom lift control lever to raise the boom. (see 4.7)

13. Stay away from overhead electrical

wires to prevent electrocution.

Fig. 4-13 Security Latch & Boom Saddle.

FIG. 4-14 Swing Boom Extension 180 Deg.

Fig. 4-15 Raising the Boom.

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14. Use the arm next to the boom pivot to

swing the discharge boom around or

use the hydraulic boom rotation(HBR) if

so equipped.

15. Swing the boom into a working position

that will allow a truck to drive under the

discharge cyclone.

Fig. 4-16 Positioning

16. Reverse the above procedure when

finished working and placing into the

storage or transport configuration.

Check that the security latch is

engaged once the boom is in transport mode.

Fig. 4-17 Placement

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4.10 OPERATING

When operating the Agri-Vac®, follow this procedure:

1. Clear the area of bystanders, especially small children, before starting.

2. Be sure the machine is attached to the tractor/power unit as per Sect.4.8.

3. Review and follow the Pre-Operation

Checklist (Section 4.5).

4. Be sure the machine is correctly positioned and set-up per Section 4.9.

The trucks should have ample space and clearance to drive under the discharge cyclone.

5. Keep the PTO driveline as straight as possible to have the universal joint angles as small as possible.

6. Place chocks in front and behind the tractor tires to it prevent moving.

7. START MACHINE

A. STARTING MACHINE WITH A TRACTOR:

a. Start the tractor, run at low idle.

b. Preliminary airlock setting: i. Engage the tractor hydraulics to start

the airlock. ii. Check the arrow on the indicator to be

sure airlock is turning in the correct

direction. iii. Increase engine speed to1500 RPM

and use the flow divider to set the

airlock speed to approximately 60 RPM. iv. Return the engine speed to low idle

and stop the airlock.

Fig. 4-18 Starting Machine With Tractor.

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4.10.7A. Starting Machine With a Tractor (cont’d)

c. Check that the machine hydraulics are

matched to the tractor hydraulics. i. Switch the machine to closed centre

hydraulics if the tractor is so equipped. ii. Machines without a dual system are

plumbed for open centre hydraulics.

When using with a closed centre system,

use the flow divider on the tractor to slow

the oil flow from the tractor. d. With the tractor at a low idle, slowly engage the PTO. e. Increase the engine speed until it is at

3/4 throttle. f. Engage airlock hydraulics. Be sure airlock is turning in the forward direction. g. Operate the machine at 3/4 speed for 10 minutes to warm the system before putting under a full load.

IMPORTANT

It is important to warm the hydraulic system and the blower reservoirs before going to the rated speed. The blower will not "warm up" unless the product is being conveyed.

h. Open the air-slide approximately 2 inches and insert into the grain. Operate at this setting until the machine is warm

(10 minutes).

j. After the warm up period, bring the machine to capacity.

i. Increase the engine speed to the rated PTO RPM. ii. Close the air-slide until the intake line starts to pulsate. Open the air-slide slightly to stop it from pulsing. iii. Watch the glass door in receiver tank to determine how the product is moving through the machine(Fig. 4-20) The glass can be covered but it should not be stationary. If more of the product is being drawn in than discharged, the product will lay stationary against the window.

Fig. 4-19 Unloading From Truck To Bin.

Fig. 4-20 Watch Product Movement Behind

Glass Door.

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4.10 OPERATING

4.10.7 STARTING MACHINE (cont’d)

7B. Starting Machine with an Electric Motor

a. Start the motor.

Check the condition of the electrical cord and the plug

to ensure that they are in good condition.

DO NOT OPERATE IF DAMAGED!

b. Preliminary airlock setting: i. Engage the airlock hydraulics. ii. Check the arrow on the indicator to be sure the airlock is turning in the right direction. iii. Use the flow divider to set the airlock speed to approximately 60 RPM. iv. Operate the machine for 10 minutes to warm the system before putting under full load. v. Open the air-slide and insert into grain. Operate at this setting until machine is warm

(10 minutes). vi. After the warm up period, bring the machine to capacity. c. Close the air-slide until the intake line starts to pulsate. Open the air-slide slightly to stop it from pulsing. d. Watch the glass door in the receiver tank to determine how the product is moving through the machine. The glass can be covered but should not be stationary. If more product is being drawn than discharged, the product will lay stationary against the window.

IMPORTANT

It is important to warm the hydraulic system and the blower reservoirs before going to the rated speed. The blower will not "warm up" unless the product is being conveyed.

Ensure that the suction nozzle is not in grain before startup. Startup under heavy suction may overload the motor, drive belts, and blower.

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4.10 OPERATING (cont'd)

8. Airlock Speed:

Refer to the following table as a guide for setting the airlock speed. Use the flow control to adjust the speed and count the revolutions using the arrow on the wheel.

For optimal capacity run the airlock as slow as possible.

Airlock speeds depend on the product and the distance conveyed. The airlock pockets should be as full of the conveyed product as possible.

To determine this, start with the airlock speed slower than the recommended speed.

Increase the speed slightly when the inspection window starts to be covered with non moving product.

Airlock speed can be run too fast, not allowing the product to fill each airlock pocket. Never exceed the recommended speeds!

The longer the suction distance the slower the airlock should turn. a. Arrow b. Flow divider

9. Maximum Capacity: a. The nozzle should be placed into the grain with the inlet below the surface of the grain but not below the air-slide. It is recommended that some air be allowed to enter with the grain to obtain the best capacity. b. Open the air-slide about 3-4 inches to start. Close the air-slide until the machine starts to pulsate. Then open the air-slide until the pulsing stops. This will give a balanced grain and airflow condition.

Table 2 Airlock Speed vs. Grain

MODEL

PRODUCT

Barley

Wheat

Corn

5614

6614

55-70

7614

With 1618

A/L

55-70

7614HD

With 2018

A/L

7816

Fig. 4-21 Airlock Speed Flow Divider And Direction Wheel

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4.10 OPERATING

9. Maximum Capacity (cont'd):

c. Watch the amount of grain on the window in the receiver tank. Keep the window full yet keep the product moving.

There are several ways to control the amount of grain on the window: i. Decrease the amount of grain entering

the nozzle. ii. Increase airflow by opening air-slide. iii. Increase airlock speed. iv. Decrease airlock speed.

The airlock acts as a seal between the vacuum and pressure sides of the circuit.

Increasing the airlock speed normally will remove product from the receiver faster.

Refer to Airlock Speed Chart as a guide.

When moving certain specialty crops, ie, sunflower seeds, lentils and others, it is necessary to slow the airlock speed to allow more time for the product to enter the pocket.

Experiment with slowing the speed to increase the capacity.

Airlock speed can be run too fast, not allowing the product to fill each airlock pocket. Never exceed the recommended speeds!

10. Specialty Crops:

a. Operating:

When handling specialty products such as sunflower seeds, lentils etc, it is recommended that the PTO speed be reduced by 1/4 to 1/2 the rated RPM.

This gives a gentler action through the machine.

Run the airlock at a slower speed to allow more time for the product to fill the pockets.

Fig. 4-22 Product In the Window.

Fig. 4-23 In Operation.

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4.10 OPERATION (cont’d)

10.

b. Storage:

To prepare the machine for storage, remove the inlet pipe and spray the blower clean with water, then run at idle for 5 minutes to dry the inside of the tank, piping, blower and airlock. This will prevent any residue from caking on the internal components.

11. Use the regular nozzle until there is approximately 12 inches of the grain left in the bin. Then switch to the clean-up nozzle to pick up the last of the grain.

12. When using the clean-up nozzle, it is recommended that the rubber intake hose be installed to allow you to move around to pick up the grain from the corners more easily.

13. Stopping Machine:

a. Remove the intake nozzle from the

grain.

b. Allow the unit to run until the grain

has stopped coming out the cyclone.

c. Stop the airlock.

d. Slow the engine speed down to a low

idle for 5 minutes.

e. Disengage the hydraulic circuit and

slowly disengage the PTO clutch.

f. Stop the engine.

Fig. 4-24 Using The Clean-Up Nozzle In the Bin.

Fig. 4-25 Nozzle Storage.

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4.10 OPERATION

14. Pre-Cleaner:

The machine is designed with a cleaner

between the blower and the receiver tank to

remove dust and dirt from the air stream.

Empty the pre-cleaner every 1700 bushels

(45 Tonnes) during normal operating conditions. Clean or empty pre-cleaner canister more frequently in dirty or dusty conditions.

15. Operating Hints:

a. Try to keep the hoses as full as possible to have maximum capacity. b. Keep the PTO driveline as straight as possible to minimize the universal joint angles. c. Pull the intake nozzle out of the grain and empty the machine before changing trucks. d. Maximum efficiency is obtained with large

airflow lines. Use the smaller rubber lines only for final clean-up. e. Route the lines to minimize bends and corners.

If a corner is necessary, use a large radius elbow. f. Operate only at the rated speed and never use

PTO adaptor shafts. g. Keep the lines as short as possible to minimize friction losses. h. If long distance moving is required, push the grain rather than pull the grain. i. If long distance moving is required, use solid metal tubing whenever and wherever possible. j. If the airlock becomes jammed, use the

hydraulics to reverse the direction of the airlock

rotation and to clear the obstruction. Do not reach in with your hands to clear the obstruction.

k. When on top of the grain, do not push the nozzle into the pile next to the feet. The suction will pull the nozzle and the operator into the pile. If the pile is deep enough, the operator can be submerged under the grain and be suffocated.

Fig. 4-26 Emptying The Pre-Cleaner.

Note: Only open pre-cleaner lid to

empty or clean the canister when PTO

is shut down!

Fig. 4-27 Unloading Into Truck.

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4.10 OPERATION (cont'd)

16. Entering Bins,Silos,Tanks

and Boot Pits: (see also Section 2.3)

a. Make sure the bin is properly vented. b. Only enter silos or bins when the grain levels have been lowered to less than

12 in (25cm) above solid footing. c. Do have a person watching out for you.

17. Silo Bags:

Do not enter the silo bags-- always slice the sides of the silo bags open and roll back the sides before removing the grain.

Note: Do not enter the bin or the silo when

grain is stuck on the walls. Avalanching

grain can cause suffocation!

Fig. 4-28 Seconds to Suffocation

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4.11 TRANSPORTING (Towing)

Walinga Agri-Vacs® are designed to be easily and conveniently moved from location to location.

Use ANSI/ASAE S279.17 July 2013 as a minimum standard for Lighting and

Marking of Agricultural Equipment on

Highways whether towing the Agri-Vac during daytime or nighttime.

When towing, follow this procedure:

1. Be sure all bystanders are clear of the machine.

If the Agri-Vac obstructs any lights/reflectors or SMV emblems on the towing vehicle, the

2. Be sure that the Agri-Vac® is hitched roads. lights/reflectors or SMV emblems being positively to the towing vehicle. Always use when towing the Agri-Vac® on public obstructed must also be installed on the a retainer in the drawbar pin and a safety chain between the machine and the towing vehicle. Always remove the PTO shaft

Agri-Vac using the ANSI S279.17 July 2013 standard.

7. Make sure you are in compliance with all local

regulations regarding transporting equipment

on public roads and highways.

3. Keep to the right (using North American convention) and yield the right-of-way to allow faster traffic to pass. Drive on the

*NOTE: Local regulations may require or disallow certain lamps, (e.g.beacons) ,

road shoulder, if permitted by law.

and/or operating modes, (e.g. flashing red lamps) Any such regulations take

4. Do not allow riders on the towing machine

or the tractor.

precedence in their area of jurisdiction over the requirements of the ANSI S279.17

July 2013 standard.

5. During periods of limited visibility, use pilot

vehicles or add extra lights to the

Agri-Vac®.

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4.11 TRANSPORTING -Towing (cont’d)

8. **Make sure the SMV (Slow Moving Vehicle)

emblem and all the lights and reflectors that

are required by the local highway and

transport authorities are in place, are clean

and can be seen clearly by all overtaking and

oncoming traffic.

**The SMV (Slow Moving Vehicle) emblem can only be displayed when the Agri-Vac is being towed at speeds less than

40 kph (25 mph). see ANSI S276.7.7.2.3

*The SMV emblem shall be removed or covered when the Agri-Vac is being towed at a speed that is greater than

40 kph (25 mph)

Table 3 Road Speed vs Weight Ratio

Road Speed

Up to 32 kph

(20 mph)

Up to 16 kph

(10 mph)

Weight of fully equipped or loaded Agri-Vac(s) relative to the weight of the towing machine.

1 to 1 or less

2 to 1 or less

Do not tow

More than 2 to 1

9. Stay away from overhead power lines.

Electrocution can occur without direct

contact.

10. Lower the cyclone, and swing the cyclone

around until the boom extension engages

with the security catch. (fig. 4-29)

Check that the security latch is engaged once the boom is in transport mode.

11. Make sure the discharge boom is placed

in the transport position and resting in the

boom saddle.

12. Always use hazard flashers on the tractor

when transporting unless prohibited by

law.

13. Secure all the components and

accessories before transporting.

14. Make sure that all the lights and reflectors

that are required by local highway and

transport authorities are in place, are

clean and can be seen clearly by all

overtaking and oncoming traffic.

It is not recommended that the machine be transported faster than 20 mph (32 kph). Table 3 gives the acceptable transport speed as the ratio of the weight of the towing vehicle to the machine weight.

Fig. 4-29 Security Latch Engaged.

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4.12 STORAGE

At the end of the season, the machine should be thoroughly inspected and prepared for storage. Repair or replace any worn or damaged components to prevent any unnecessary down time at the start of next season.

Follow this procedure when storing:

1. Wash the entire machine thoroughly using a water hose or pressure washer to remove all dirt, mud, debris or residue.

2. Retract and secure all the accessories and components.

3. Lubricate all the grease points. Make sure all the grease cavities have been filled with grease to remove any water residue from the washing.

4. Inspect all the hydraulic hoses, fittings, lines, couplers and valves. Tighten any loose fittings. Replace any hose that is badly cut, nicked or abraded or is separating from the crimped end of the fitting.

5. Check the oil level in the blower reservoirs. Bring the oil level to the recommended level.

6. Install the plugs into the receiver tank inlet.

7. Empty the pre-cleaner tank. Check inside the receiver tank to make sure it is empty.

8. Apply "never seize" or grease to the PTO

input shaft and the boom cylinder ram.

9. Remove PTO shaft and store inside.

10. Touch up all paint nicks and scratches

to prevent rusting.

11. All hoses should be stored inside or

under a shelter.

12. Move the machine to its storage position.

13. Select an area that is dry, level and free

of debris.

14. Place planks under the jack for added

support.

15. Unhook the machine from the

tractor/power unit. (Refer to Section 4.8)

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5 SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE

5.1 SERVICE

5.1.1 FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS

1. Grease:

Use an SAE multi-purpose high temperature grease with extreme pressure (EP) characteristics.

Also acceptable is an SAE multi-purpose lithium based grease.

2. Blower Oil:

Use Walinga Blower oil (part# 98-13813-6)

Table 4

MODEL

LOCATION

5614/6614

& 7614

7816

Front (drive)

1 litre 5 litres

Rear (idle)

2 litres 6 litres

Total

3 litres 11 litres

3. Storing Lubricants:

Your unit can operate at top efficiency only if clean lubricants are used. Use clean containers to handle all lubricants. Store them in an area protected from dust, moisture and other contaminants.

5.1.2 GREASING

Refer to Section 5.1.1 for recommended grease.

Use the Service Record checklist provided to keep a record of all scheduled servicing.

1. Use a hand-held grease gun for all greasing.

2. Wipe the grease fitting with a clean cloth before greasing, to avoid injecting dirt and grit.

3. Replace and repair broken fittings immediately.

4. If the fittings will not take grease, remove and clean thoroughly. Also clean the lubricant

passageway. Replace the fitting if necessary.

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5.1.3 SERVICING INTERVALS

Every 8 Hours or Daily

1. Lubricate the PTO shaft (4 locations).

Error! No table of figures entries found.

2. Check the tension and alignment of the

input drive belts. See Maintenance

Section 5.2.1

Fig. 5-1 PTO Shaft Lubrication Points.

Fig. 5-2 Drive Belts.

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5.1.3 SERVICING INTERVALS (cont’d)

Every 8 Hours or Daily (cont’d)

3. Check the oil level in the blower reservoirs

(2 locations).

4. Clean blower breathers

Fig. 5-3 Blower Reservoir Schematics.

Fig. 5-4 Blower Reservoirs (Front)

Fig. 5-5 Blower Reservoirs (Rear)

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5.1.3 SERVICING INTERVALS

Every 20 Hours

1. Lubricate the PTO shaft (1 location – see

Fig. 5-1).

2. Check the condition of the wear liner in

the discharge cyclone. Replace as

required.

3. Lubricate the blower drive shaft.

4. Check the airlock wiper blades

Fig. 5-6 Check the Wearliner in Discharge Cyclone.

5. Lubricate the boom swivel.(2 locations)

Every 40 Hours

1. Lubricate the PTO shaft (2 locations- see

FIG. 5-1).

2. Lubricate the exposed rod end of the

boom lift cylinder with “never seize”

(1 location).

Fig. 5-7 Boom Swivel.

Fig. 5-8 Boom Cylinder.

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5.1.3 SERVICING INTERVALS (cont’d)

Every 40 Hours (cont’d)

3. Lubricate the splined input shaft and

bearings (2 locations).

4. Lubricate the outboard bearing

(2 locations)

Fig. 5-9 Splined Shaft.

Fig. 5-10 Outboard Bearing.

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5.1.3 SERVICING INTERVALS

Every 100 Hours or Annually

1. Change the oil in the blower reservoirs

(2 locations)

2. Check the function of the vacuum and

pressure relief valves.

3. Check the airlock tip blade clearances. If

clearances are over .010 adjust the

blades

Fig. 5-11 Blower Reservoirs.

Fig. 5-12 Vacuum Relief Valve.

Fig. 5-13 Pressure Relief Valve.

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5.1.3 SERVICING INTERVALS

Every 100 Hours or Annually (cont’d)

3. Check the condition of the air line seals.

Fig. 5-14 Cyclone Line Seal.

Fig. 5-15 Flex Hose Seals.

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5.1.4 SERVICE RECORD

See Lubrication and Maintenance sections for details of service.

Copy this page to continue record.

HOUR READING AT

TIME OF SERVICE:

SERVICED BY:

Every 8 Hours or Daily

Lubricate PTO Shaft (4)

Check Tension and Align

Input Drive Belts

Check oil level in Blower

Reservoirs (2)

Clean Blower Breathers

Every 20 Hours

Lubricate PTO Shaft

Check Wear Liner in

Discharge Cyclone

Lubricate Blower Driveshaft

Lubricate Boom Swivel (2)

Check Airlock Wiper Blade

Every 40 Hours

Lubricate PTO Shaft (2)

Lubricate Rod end of

Boom Lift Cylinder

Lubricate Splined Input

Shaft and Bearings (2)

Lubricate Blower Outboard

Bearing (2)

Every 100 Hrs or Annually

Change Oil in Blower

Reservoirs (2)

Check Vacuum & Pressure

Relief Valves

Check Air Line Seals

Reset Airlock Blades if

Required

Reset Airlock every 60000 bushels (1600 tonnes)

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5.2 MAINTENANCE

By following a careful service and maintenance program for your machine, you will enjoy many years of trouble-free service.

5.2.1 BELT TENSION AND ALIGNMENT

Rotational power from the engine is transmitted to the blower through the belt drive. To obtain efficient transmission of power and good belt life, ensure the belts are properly tensioned and the pulleys are aligned.

Belts that are too tight will stretch and wear quickly or overload the bearings on the input shaft or the blower. Belts that are too loose will not transmit the required power and will slip, overheat and wear out quickly. Pulleys that are not aligned will result in rapid belt wear.

Follow this procedure when checking and adjusting the belt tension and the pulley alignment.

1. Clear the area of bystanders, especially small children.

2. Place all controls in neutral, stop the engine/power source, remove ignition key and wait for all the moving parts to stop before dismounting.

3. Unhook the PTO driveline from the tractor shaft or the power source. This will allow you to turn the pulleys if required.

4. Remove the bolts securing the belt cover, and remove the belt cover. Lay the belt cover to the side.

MODEL

5614

PTO

540

Belt Tension

New Belt

16 lbs. (7.3kg)

Old Belt

14 lbs. (6.3 kg)

Deflection

3/8 inch (9.5mm)

5614

6614

7614

7816

1000 16 lbs. (7.3kg) 12 lbs. (5.4 kg) 3/8 inch (9.5mm)

1000 13.3 lbs. ( 6.0 kg)

11 lbs. (5.0 kg)

5/16 inch (8.3mm)

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5.2.1 BELT TENSION AND ALIGNMENT

5. Use a 10 pound weight to determine the

belt deflection in a static condition.

Fig. 5-16 Belt Deflection

6. Adjusting Tension:

a. Loosen the jam nuts on the adjusting

bolts. Loosen bearing bolts slightly. b. Turn the adjusting bolt to set the tension.

Turn both bolts the same amount to

maintain pulley alignment. c. Check the tension again.

Over tightening will cause belt stretching

and overload the bearing. Belts that are

too loose will slip, tear and wear rapidly.

Check alignment, see next section. d. Tighten the jam nuts. Tighten the bearing

bolts. e. Install and secure the belt cover with

two bolts.

Fig. 5-17 Belt Deflection.

Fig. 5-18 Adjusting Bolts.

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7. Pulley Alignment:

a. Lay a straight-edge across the faces of

the two pulleys. b. If the gap between the pulley and the

straight-edge exceeds 1/16 in (1.5 mm),

the pulleys must be realigned. c. Review the types of alignment before

starting.

Fig. 5-19 Pulleys

Fig. 5-20 Misalignment

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5.2.1 BELT TENSION AND ALIGNMENT (cont’d)

7. Pulley Alignment (cont'd):

d. Use the adjusting bolts on the input shaft

to align the input pulley. Tighten jam nuts

when alignment has been completed.

Fig. 5-21 Adjusting Bolts At Input Shaft.

e. Use the bearing housing assembly anchor bolts to align the blower pulley.

Tighten anchor bolts to their specified torque. f. Set the belt tension. g. Install and secure the belt

cover with two bolts.

8. Be sure all guards are installed and

secure before resuming work.

Fig. 5-22 Adjusting Anchor Bolts At Bearing

Housing Assembly.

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5.2.2 BLOWER OIL CHANGING AND BREATHER CLEANING

The gears that drive and time the blower lobes run in an oil bath for lubrication. Maintaining the correct level in the reservoirs and changing every 100 hours will insure proper lubrication.

When maintaining the blower, follow this procedure:

1. Clear the area of bystanders, especially small children.

2. Place all the controls in neutral, stop the engine and the remove ignition key or disconnect the PTO drive line/power source before starting maintenance.

Fig. 5-23 Blower Schematics.

3. Checking Oil Level:

a. Remove the level plug in each

reservoir or check the sight glass.

IMPORTANT

Check the oil level only when the oil is cold and the machine is level.

b. Oil in the reservoir should just fill the

threads of the level plug hole.

c. Add oil if low or allow the reservoir to

drain if overfilled.

IMPORTANT

It is necessary to maintain the recommended oil level in the reservoir. A low level causes heating from lack of lubrication and rapid gear and bearing wear. Too much oil causes heating from oil churning and can cause seal and breather leaks.

d. Install and tighten the level plug.

Fig. 5-24 Blower (Rear)

Fig. 5-25 Blower (Front)

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5.2.2 BLOWER OIL CHANGING AND BREATHER CLEANING

4. Changing Oil: a. Place a collection pan or pail under each drain plug. b. Remove each drain plug. c. Flush each case and allow several

minutes to drain. d. Dispose of the oil in an approved

manner. Do not contaminate the

worksite with used oil. e. Install and tighten the drain plugs. f. Remove the fill and level plugs.

g. Add Walinga Blower oil or equivalent

to each reservoir until the oil is just

starting to come out of the level plug

hole.

IMPORTANT

Condensation forms and collects inside the reservoirs during machine operation. Changing oil removes this water and prevents it from damaging the gears and bearings.

h. Install and tighten the level and fill

plugs.

5. Cleaning Breathers:

a. Remove the breathers, and blow the

breathers out with an air hose. b. If dirt has caked up in the breather,

soak the breather in good solvent and

then blow out.

It may be necessary to use a probe to

loosen the dirt. c. Install and tighten the breather.

d. Clean the vents in end plates located

under the blower on either side of the

drain plug.

Fig. 5-26 Blower Schematics.

Fig. 5-27 Breathers

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5.2 MAINTENANCE (cont’d)

5.2.3 AIRLOCK

The airlock acts as a seal between the vacuum and pressure sides of the machine and is located at the bottom of the receiver tank. As the rotor turns, a pocket is filled with material when the rotor points upward. As the pocket rotates, material is moved to the bottom and is moved into the pressure side of the system. The material is picked up by the stream of pressurized air is and moved out of the discharge piping.

Efficient operation of the airlock requires a close fit between the tips of the rotor and the case to maintain a seal between the vacuum and pressure sides.

When checking or maintaining the airlock, follow this procedure:

1. Clear the area of bystanders, especially

small children.

2. Disconnect the hydraulic lines from the

tractor to prevent the airlock from

operating.

3. Checking the Tip Clearance:

a. Checking the airlock can be done through

the access door.

b. Use a feeler gauge to check the clearance

between the tip and the case. Inspect

each tip over its entire width.

c. The clearance of the tips must be

maintained at :

5614 .005in - .007in

6614 .006in - .008in

7614HD .008in - .010in (with 2018 A/L)

*7614 .008in - .010in

*7816 .008in - .010in

*2016 model year (with 2018 A/L)

Adjust or replace the tips as required to

insure system sealing.

Fig. 5-28 Airlock

Note:

Reset Airlock every 60000 bushels (1600 tonnes)

d. Replace any tips that are bent, chipped or

broken.

NOTE:

Blades are reversible if they are

Fig. 5-29 Checking Tip Clearance Through The

not excessively damaged.

Access Door.

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5.2.3 AIRLOCK

4. Wiper Blade

A wiper blade is located at the top of the airlock to clean the tips as the airlock turns.

To check the wiper blade, follow this procedure: a. Open the access door on the receiver tank. b. Reach into the top of the airlock and feel

the condition of the wiper blade.

- Adjust if necessary c. Replace the blade if it is damaged in any

way.

5. Blade Replacement: a. Shut the PTO off and disconnect the

hydraulic hoses from the tractor. b. Remove the quick connect plugs from

the hydraulic lines. c. Lift the receiver tank off the airlock. d. Remove the tips from the rotor and the wiper blade from the housing. e. Mount the blades to their respective vane

and tighten the bolts finger tight. f. Rotate airlock rotor slightly to set the

clearance between the blade and the case.

Be sure to set the blades at the minimum applicable clearance. Use a feeler gauge.

g. Tighten the centre bolt first. Then the others.

h. Rotate the airlock and listen if the blades

touch the housing anywhere. A slight

touch is alright.

Hint: Number blades when done. i. Repeat mounting procedure with the

other blades.

j. Turn the rotor all the way around after

each blade is installed to be sure no

blades contact the case.

k. Mount the new wiper blade. Be sure the

wiper contacts each tip slightly as the

airlock turns. (1/16 th

inch)

l. Install and secure the tank.

m. Connect the hydraulic lines and close

the access door.

n. Run the airlock at operating speed.

o. Clean thoroughly.

Fig. 5-30 Check Wiper Blade Through The

Access Door

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5.2.4 SHEAR PIN

Each PTO driveline is equipped with a shear bolt on the machine end of the driveline. It is used to protect the Agri-Vac® from overloading.

When replacing the shear bolt, follow this procedure:

1. Clear the area of bystanders, especially small children.

2. Place all controls in neutral, stop the engine, set the park brake, remove the ignition key and wait for all moving parts to stop before dismounting.

3. Remove any remaining bolt parts from the yoke assembly. It may be necessary to use a hammer and punch to remove the old parts.

Be careful not to enlarge the holes.

4. Shear bolts can be replaced with a standard shear bolt with UNC thread.

Check with

Walinga’s Engineering Department for the proper size for your year and model.

5. For the size of the shear pin for the single pin and the double pin assembly contact the

Walinga Engineering Department.

Fig. 5-31 Shear Pin.

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5.2.5 AIR SYSTEM RELIEF VALVES

The air in this system is moved by the blower.

It draws air into the intake side and creates a vacuum that can pick up and draw the material into the system. As the air moves through the blower, it becomes pressurized and flows through the airlock to move the material out of the system and to its destination. As the flow into the intake is restricted, the vacuum will build until it exceeds the setting of the intake relief valve. The valve opens to supply a flow of air to the blower to prevent overheating. A relief valve on the pressure side will also open to allow air flow if the airlock (outlet pressure side of the circuit) is restricted or plugged.

The vacuum side relief valve is set to open at

16 in. Hg vacuum and the pressure relief valve

at 15 psi. Both must function at very close to these specified levels to insure optimum capacity and performance. After prolonged use, the springs in these valves can weaken causing the valve to open prematurely and affect machine performance. Dirt and debris can get caught in the valve seat allowing air leakage that affects system performance.

To maintain air system relief valves, follow this procedure:

1. Listen for the valves opening during

operation. They will sound like a popping or a

whistle if they are opening.

2. Install gauges on the vacuum and pressure

sides of the air system.

Fig. 5-32 Vacuum Relief Valve.

Fig. 5-33 Pressure Relief Valve.

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6 TROUBLE SHOOTING

The Walinga Agri-Vac® is a high capacity air pump that creates a vacuum for picking up grain and supplies pressurized air for moving the grain. It is a simple and reliable system that requires minimum maintenance. In the following section, we have listed many of the problems, causes and solutions to the problems that you may encounter.

If you encounter a problem that is difficult to solve, even after having read through this trouble shooting section, please call your Walinga dealer. Before you call, please have this Operator’s

Manual and the serial number from your Agri-Vac® ready.

6.1 MOBILE TRANSFER UNIT

CAUSE PROBLEM

Slow pick up of grain

Power source

Air Leaks

Defective blower

Defective airlock

Improper setting of air-slide

SOLUTION

Check tractor or motor RPM

Tighten all vacuum connections. Be sure seals are in good condition.

Tighten receiver cyclone to base.

Check seal on pre-cleaner bottom door. Close and secure.

Inspection door must be closed and sealed.

Check vacuum relief valve. Replace if defective. Clear obstruction.

Check pressure relief valve. Clean or replace as required.

Check for leaking hoses or fittings.

Check clearance between the lobes and the case. Excessive clearance will decrease the air flow. Consult your dealer.

Check that tip clearance is 0.006 inches. Adjust or replace tips as required.

Reset air-slide.

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6.1 MOBILE TRANSFER UNIT (Cont’d)

PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION

Slow discharge of grain.

Pulsation.

Blower overheating.

Product damage.

Power source

Air leaks

Defective blower.

Defective airlock.

Airlock speed to fast or slow

Not enough air flow.

Too many bends.

Not enough air flow.

High or low oil level.

Liners worn out.

Poor connections.

Lines wearing.

Excessive RPM speed.

Check tractor or motor RPM

Tighten all pressure connections.

Be sure seals are in good condition.

Check pressure relief valve. Clean or replace as required.

Check clearance between lobes and case. Excessive clearance will decrease air flow. Consult your dealer.

Check that tip clearance is 0.006 inches. Adjust or replace tips as required.

Reset flow control, so airlock runs at

50-70 RPM

Check for leaking hoses or fittings.

Open air slide on nozzle to provide

more air.

Increase blower speed.

Straighten out intake line.

Open air slide on nozzle to provide

more air.

Add or remove oil as required.

Replace wear liners in discharge

cyclone.

Tighten and seal all connections.

Eliminate elbows. Keep lines as

straight as possible and provide a

large radius for bends.

Decrease air flow by slowing blower.

Increase grain quantity by closing

air slide.

Check speed of airlock.

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6.1 TROUBLESHOOTING MOBILE TRANSFER UNIT (CONT’D)

PROBLEM

Blower bogging down.

Hydraulics overheating

CAUSE SOLUTION

Dirt from pre-cleaner going through blower.

Low oil level.

Poor oil quality.

Defective hose or tube.

Improper circuit.

Wrong airlock speed.

Too much flow from tractor.

Airlock too tight.

Clean more frequently in dirty conditions. Clean pre-cleaner tank.

Check oil level in tractor and Agri-Vac.

Add as required.

Replace with oil of required specifications.

Check hoses, lines and couplers.

Repair or replace as required.

Check for proper system setting. i.e. open or close.

Check for speed control valve. If oil flow continues at 0 setting, repair or replace valve.

If flow from tractor is set at 30 gpm, reduce to 15 gpm.

Adjust airlock tips.

6.2 PTO SHAFT

PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION

Shear pin failure. Blower doesn't turn freely.

PTO engaged too quickly.

Determine and correct the cause of hard turning. Blower must turn freely.

NOTE:

Some oil seeds create buildup inside the blower as well as the muffler.

Wash and rinse with water.

Replace shear pin with genuine

Walinga parts. For pin size contact the Walinga Engineering Dept. a. 2 shear pins b. 1 shear pin

Engage the PTO slowly. See tractor

Operator's Manual.

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6.3 AIRLOCK

PROBLEM

Noisy airlock.

Airlock stalls.

Air loss through airlock.

Breaking rotor blades.

CAUSE

Tips hitting case.

Airlock jammed.

Insufficient oil flow.

Airlock operated in reverse too long.

Blades too tight.

Faulty airlock motor.

Faulty flow divider.

Faulty pressure relief valve.

Tip clearance too large.

Airlock running in reverse.

SOLUTION

Readjust tips where applicable.

Reverse airlock direction to clear.

Disconnect hydraulic hoses.

Remove obstruction from airlock by opening inspection door or discharge elbow.

Check couplings or lines.

Defective tractor hydraulics.

Repair tractor.

Rotor damaged. Repair or replace rotor.

Loosen bolts. Refer to airlock maintenance. (section 5.2)

Replace motor.

Replace flow divider.

Replace pressure relief valve or adjust if necessary.

Adjust tips to decrease clearance to 0.006 inches.

Set for forward rotation. Repair or replace blades.

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6.4 BLOWER

PROBLEM

Low air volume.

Overheating.

Engine overloading.

CAUSE

Slow speed.

Piping blocked.

Excessive pressure rise.

Worn components.

Inadequate lubrication.

Excessive lubrication.

Excessive pressure rise.

Coupling misalignment.

Speed too high.

Pressure too high.

Impellers rubbing.

SOLUTION

Check blower speed with tachometer.

Increase speed.

Check for slipping belts. Adjust the belt tension as required.

Check inlet and outlet piping.

Remove obstruction.

Check relief valves. Clean, repair or replace as required.

Check inlet vacuum and discharge pressure and compare with recommended conditions. Determine the cause before continuing.

Check the clearance and replace the defective components. Refer to the

Blower Manual.

Check oil level in reservoirs. Add oil as required.

Check oil level. Correct as required.

Adjust operating conditions to reduce pressure rise to below 10 psi.

Check and realign.

Check and decrease the speed to the recommended RPM.

Adjust operating conditions to set pressure rise to below 10 psi. Add more air.

Consult your nearest dealer.

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6.5 V-BELT DRIVE

PROBLEM

Loss in drive speed.

CAUSE SOLUTION

Belts slipping.

Localized belt wear.

Unequal stretch on belts.

Belts overloaded.

Tighten belts as required.

Check cross-section dimension. a. If narrow - pulley spinning. b. If swollen - belt failing internally.

Defective belts. Replace with matched set.

Belts failed or worn out. Replace belts with matched set.

Belt separation.

Envelope seams opening.

Abnormal envelope wear.

Belt softening or swelling.

Belt hardening or cracking.

Belts too tight. Replace belts and set correctly.

Check for oil or rubber solvent.

Eliminate contamination and replace belts.

Check for worn sheave, misalignment or slip. Replace defective parts, adjust properly and replace belt.

Eliminate oil or rubber solvent.

Replace belt.

Eliminate heat or chemical contamination. Replace belt.

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7. MECHANICAL SPECIFICATIONS*

7.1 MECHANICAL

Table 6 Mechanical Specifications

Model HP

Capacity* Bu/Hr (Tonnes/Hr)

Corn &

Barley

Wheat Beans

Line

Size

Discharge

Height

PTO Speed

5614

6614

7614

7614HD

7816

70-85

110-130

130-150

140-180

150-180

2500 (30) 2200 (58) 1900 (51)

3600 (92)

5000

(134)

5500

(148)

3200-(84)

4500

(121)

5000

(134)

2800 (75)

4000

(107)

4800

(129)

5 in

6 in

6 in

& 7 in

6 in

& 7 in

7 in

13ft-8in

1000 rpm

*Capacities based on using 12ft (3.65m) suction line and truck loading kit. Capacity will vary with condition of product

*SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

70

7.2 BOLT TORQUE

CHECKING BOLT TORQUE

The tables shown below give correct torque values for various bolts and cap screws. Tighten all bolts to the torques specified on chart unless otherwise noted. Check tightness of bolts periodically, using bolt torque chart as a guide. Replace hardware with the same strength bolt.

Table 7 Imperial Torque Specifications

Bolt

Diameter

“A”

Bolt Torque *

1/4”

5/16”

3/8”

7/16”

1/2’”

9/16”

5/8”

3/4”

7/8”

1”

SAE 2

(N.m) (lb-ft)

8

13

27

41

61

95

128

225

230

345

6

10

20

30

45

60

95

165

170

225

SAE 5

(N.m) (lb-ft)

12

25

45

72

110

155

215

390

570

850

9

19

33

53

80

115

160

290

420

630

SAE 8

(N.m) (lb-ft)

17

36

63

100

155

220

305

540

880

1320

12

27

45

75

115

165

220

400

650

970

Table 8 Metric Torque Specifications

Bolt

Diameter

“A”

Bolt Torque *

8.8

(N.m) (lb-ft)

10.9

(N.m) (lb-ft)

M3

M4

M5

M6

M8

M10

M12

M14

.5

3

6

10

25

50

90

140

.4

2.2

4

7

18

37

66

103

1.8

4.5

9

15

35

70

125

200

1.3

3.3

7

11

26

52

92

148

M16

M20

M24

M30

M36

225

435

750

1495

2600

166

321

553

1103

1917

310

610

1050

2100

3675

229

450

774

1550

2710

Torque figures indicated above are valid for non-greased or non-oiled threads and heads unless otherwise specified. Therefore, do not grease or oil bolts or cap screws unless otherwise specified in this manual. When using locking elements, increase torque values by 5%.

* Torque value for bolts and cap screws are identified by their head markings.

Agri-Vac Operator’s Manual 34-18148-6 71

NOTES:

Agri-Vac Operator’s Manual 34-18148-6 72

8 AGRI-VAC PARTS LIST ADDENDUM

This section contains a Parts List and Exploded views for the following Agri-Vac models:

5614 DLX,HBR,SCH,FRL …………..74,75

6614 DLX,HBR,SCH,FRL ..…………76,77

*7614HD DLX,HBR,SCH,FRL … ..……...78,79

5614 Deluxe(DLX) with 1000 RPM PTO, with optional Self Contained Hydraulics (SCH) Full Rhino

Liner (FRL), Hydraulic Boom Rotation (HBR), Dual Inlets(DI) and a Precleaner.

6614 Deluxe(DLX) ,1000 RPM PTO, with optional Self Contained Hydraulics (SCH) Full Rhino Liner

(FRL), Hydraulic Boom Rotation (HBR), Dual Inlets(DI) and a Precleaner.

*7614 HD Deluxe(DLX) 1000 RPM PTO, with optional Self Contained Hydraulics (SCH) Full Rhino

Liner (FRL), Hydraulic Boom Rotation (HBR), Dual Inlets(DI) and a Precleaner.

7614HD features a 2018BT Airlock

Prior to 2013 (up to and including machine serial 13220) the 7614 DLX featured a 1618BT Airlock

To determine the airlock model, check the machine serial number on your unit.

7614 -- 1618BT Airlock , If the last 5 digits of your machine serial are less than and including 13220

7614HD -- 2018BT Airlock , If the last 5 digits of your machine serial are greater than 13220

5614/6614/7614 & 7816 DLX (2016

HBR,SCH,FRL, DI Birds-Eye View …………….81

5614 DLX (2016),HBR,SCH,FRL, DI ……...82,83

6614 DLX (2016),HBR,SCH,FRL, DI ….…..84,85

7614 DLX (2016),HBR,SCH,FRL, DI ….…..86,87

7816 DLX (2016),HBR,SCH,FRL, DI ….… 88,89

73

5614 DLX, HBR, FRL, SCH & DI PARTS LIST (see fig 8-1)

ITEM PART NO.

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

21

22

23

24

17

18

19

20

25

26

27

DESCRIPTION

11-03615-6 Sheave, 18.4 X 5-B X SF

11-03617-6 Bushing SF X 1.75" X .375" KW

11-03632-6 Jack Topwind Plated 1W5000 -13TWPM

11-03729-6 1/8" Clear Polycarbonate 5" X 7"

11-08531-6

11-08887-6

11-16687-6

11-17572-6

Bushing SF X 1.56" X .375" KW

Sheave, 8.6" X 5"-B X SF

Tire/Rim Assembly P205/70R15, White Rim

Cylinder Hydraulic 2" X 8"

11-18056-6

11-27931-6

11-36142-4

11-36336-4

11-39927-4

11-40791-5

11-55912-4

11-59650-4

V-Belt, Bx90

Midship Shaft, 1.375" X 6B,SCH, 1.75"

Bearing Support Plate, 5614

Pump Bracket, SCH

Liner Frustum Bolted Cyclone

Tube W / Dog Ears, 5" X 12" - 1.5" Long

Liner, Frustum, FRL, 5614

Fender, Bolt -On

11-64291-5

11-66464-5

11-66466-5

11-66564-5

11-69355-4

11-71119-4

11-73133-5

11-77537-5

11-77538-5

11-77565-4

Belt Cover Assembly, Bolt-On

Muffler Installation, 5614

Airlock Inlet Installation, 5614

Acceleration Hose Installation, 5614

Cyclone 6" FRL -Left Inlet-Liner Body

Hydraulic Tank Mounting Bracket -Top Plate -2010

Hydraulic Tank Installation-SCH -Painted-2010

Boom Top Installation 5"-2011

Blower Inlet Assembly-5614-2011

Liner, Body, Receiver, 5614, Dual Inlet, 20 11

11-78508-5 Cyclone 5" FRL - Left Inlet - 2011

ITEM PART NO.

40

41

42

43

36

37

38

39

32

33

34

35

28

29

30

31

48

49

50

51

44

45

46

47

52

53

11-78509-5

11-78512-5

11-78519-5

11-82606-6

11-82616-6

28-08091-6

28-08918-6

36-15537 6

38-04466-5

38-29560-4

38-73678-5

38-73887-5

38-73888-5

39-00724-6

39-77609-6

50-07777-5

54-16859-6

73-82696-6

80-18431-6

96-03623-6

96-03735-6

96-05978-6

96-09117-6

96-13067-6

96-13281-6

96-19215-6

DESCRIPTION

Receiver Installation,5614 DI FRL W/PC,2011

Split Boom, Female End-5"-FRL -2011

Lower Boom Installation-5"-HBR-2011

Hump Hose, Rubber, 6"

Tachometer / Hour Meter

T -Bolt Clamp, 5.5" ,C41 OC-75-550-S

T-Bolt Clamp, 6.5",C410C-75-650-S

Flex Hose, SF500 5 "X 43", Compressed

DP5 Plug With Chain

614 -6" BLOWER OUTLET - Machine

Hose Holder Assembly - Rear

Hose Holder Assembly - Corner

Hose Holder Assembly - Front

Pressure Relief Valve, 2",15 PSI

Vacuum Relief Valve 2", 16HG

Blower Assembly 614,Chrome ,30"

Pump, PLP20-16 S0-49 SI-LOD/OC-N

Connection Hose 5" Diameter – 20" Long

Rubber .25" X 1.5" - 12" Long

Bearing, Pillow Block, 1.75"" Diameter

O-Ring 2-436 N70

U-Cup Seal - 5"

Gasket, Blower Mount, 614

Flat Ring 6"ID X 7.37" OD X .25" Rubber

Flat Ring 6.37" X 5.125" X.25" Rubber

Locking Collar Eccentric .75”

Fig. 8-1 Exploded View 5614 DLX, HBR, FRL, SCH & DI

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6614 DLX, HBR , FRL, SCH & DI PARTS LIST (see fig 8-2)

ITEM PART NO. DESCRIPTION

1

2

3

4

50-69733-5

Blower, 614,2.25"

96-09117-6

Gasket, Blower Mount, 614

38-29560-4

614 -6” Blower Outlet - Machine

30-09005-5

Airlock 1618- 6A with HXS Tips without Motor

5

6

11-64300-5

Acceleration Pipe Installation, 6"

11-44338-5

Tube with Dog Ears, 6" X 12.5” Long

7

8

11-64301-5

Hub/Spindle Installation

96-08491-6

U-Cup Seal - 6"

9

11-46340-5

Airlock Inlet Elbow, 180 deg, 6"

10

11-71104-5

Muffler Installation, 6614/7614-2011

11

39-00724-6

Pressure Relief Valve,2", 15 PSI

12

11-15579-6

Sheave, 7.5" X 5-5V X SF

13

11-77438-6

Bushing, SF X I.5 X .375” Keyway

14

97-80192-6

Key, .375 X .375 X 1.75" Long

15

11-16720-6

Sheave, 21.2" X 5-5V X F

16

11-17602-6

Bushing, F X 1.75" X .375" Keyway

17

96-03623-6

Bearing, Pillow Block, 1.75" Diameter

18

11-69296-5

Midship Shaft/Pump Assembly -2010

19

54-16859-6

Pump, PLP20-16 S0-49 S1-LOD/OC-N

20

11-69780-6

Midship Shaft, Int, 1.75” x 6B,SCH, 14.5L

21

96-19215-6

Locking Collar Eccentric .75"

22

11-36336-4

Pump Bracket, SCH

23

11-69621-5

Flange Reinforce Assembly -2010

24

11-76429-4

Bearing Support Plate, 6614/ 7614, 20 L

25 96-04567-6 Bearing, 4-Bolt, 1.5", SF 1.5”

26

11-69786-4

Shaft, 1.5”, .375” Key, 1.375” 21T Spline

27

11-70231-6

Drive Shaft, Double Center, 35EBL

28

11-71I16-4

Blower Drive Shaft Guard, Top

29

11-72055-4

Hour Meter Pickup Sensor Bracket

30

11-08550-6

V-Belt, 5Vx950

31

11-69555-5

Blower Inlet Installation -6614 / 7614-2010

32

73-82074-6

Connection Hose 6" Diameter - 10 Long

33

28-08918-6

T -Bolt Clamp, 6.5" ,C41 Oc-75-650-S

34 11-71109-5 Receiver Assembly,6614 Dual Inlet,FRL W/PC-2011

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ITEM PART NO. DESCRIPTION

35

96-13067-6 Flat Ring 7.370” x 6.125” x .25” Rubber

36

38-07796-5 DP6 Plug With Chain

37

11-65796-4 Liner - Frustum-Full-Receiver -6614-2011

38

11-71128-4 Liner , Body , Receiver , 66 I 4, DI , 2011

39

11-71128-4 Vacuum Relief Valve 3” , 16HG

40 11-82219-6 Hump Hose, Rubber, 8”

41 28-16829-6 T-Bolt Clamp, 8.5",C410C-75-850-S

42 11-69873-5 Lower Boom Installation -6"-HBR-2011

43 11-36259-5 Lower Boom Elbow Assembly, 45deg. – 6”

44 11-64307-5 Acceleration Hose Installation , 6"

45 11-59650-4 Fender, Bolt -On

46 11-16687-6 Tire/Rim Assembly P205/70 R15, White Rim

47 11-64312-5 Accessory Holder Installation -6614-2011

48 11-69783-5 Boom Swivel Top Installation -6614-2010

49 11-69354-5 Cyclone 6" FRL -Left Inlet-2011

50 11-69357-4 Cyclone 6" FRL -Left Inlet-Body

51 11-69355-4 Cyclone 6" FRL -Left Inlet-Liner Body

52 11-69356-4 Cyclone 6" FRL -Left Inlet-Liner Top

53 11-39927-4 Liner Frustum Bolted Cyclone

54 11-69693-5 6" Split Boom End-Tube Assembly -2011

55 11-64291-5 Belt Cover Assembly, Bolt-On

56 11-03632-6 Jack Topwind Plated LW5000-13TWPM

57 11-71119-4 Hydraulic Tank Mounting Bracket-Top Plate -2010

58 11-73133-5 Hydraulic Tank Installation -SCH-Painted-2010

59 38-73888-5 Hose Holder Assembly - Front

60 38-73887-5 Hose Holder Assembly - Corner

61 38-73678-5 Hose Holder Assembly - Rear

62 96-13067-6 Flat Ring 7.37” x 6.125” x .25” Rubber

63 36-15539-6 Flex Hose, SF500,6",SS

64 80-18431-6 Rubber .25” X 1.5” – 12” Long

65 11-17572-6 Cylinder Hydraulic 2”X 8"

66 11-82616-6 Tachometer / Hour Meter

67 11-03729-6 .125" Clear Polycarbonate 5” X 7”

76

Fig. 8-2 Exploded View 6614 DLX, HBR, FRL, SCH & DI

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7614HD DLX, HBR , FRL , SCH & DI PARTS LIST (see fig 8-3)

ITEM PART NO. DESCRIPTION

5

6

7

8

1

2

3

4

50-69733-5 Blower,614,2.25"

96-09117-6 Gasket, Blower Mount, 614

38-29560-4 614 - 6” Blower Outlet - Machine

11-83151-5 Airlock Installation,2018BT,12" WR,Direct

96-37629-6 Gasket 10-6-7J

11-72776-5 Airlock Inlet Elbow Assembly, 7614,2011, HD

11-81362-5 Muffler-6"X 16" Diameter -2011, 7614,HD

96-03735-6 O-Ring 2-436 N70

9 39-00724-6 Pressure Relief Valve, 2", 15 PSI

10 11-72773-5 Airlock Outlet Installation, 7614, 2011, HD

11 11-16714-6 Sheave, 7. I" X 5-5V X SF

12 11-16720-6 Sheave, 21.2" X 5-5V X F

13 11-77438-6 Bushing, SF X 1.5” X .375” KW

14 11-17602-6 Bushing, F X 1.75" X .375" KW

15 96-03623-6 Bearing, Pillow Block, 1.75”

16 11-69296-5 Midship Shaft / Pump Assembly -2010

17 11-69780-6 Midship Shaft, Int, 1.75” x 6B,SCH, 14.5L

18 96-19215-6 Locking Collar Eccentric .75"

19 11-36336-4 Pump Bracket, SCH

20 11-69621-5 Flange Reinforce Assembly -2010

21 11-76429-4 Bearing Support Plate, 6614 / 7614, 2011

22 96-04567-6 Bearing, 4-Bolt, 1.5", SF 1.5

23 11-08550-6 V-Belt, 5Vx950

24 11-69786-4 Shaft, 1.5”, .375” Key 1.375” 21T Spline

25 11-70231-6 Drive Shaft, Double Center, 35EBL

26 11-71116-4 Blower Drive Shaft Guard, Top

51

52

53

54

55

56

57

58

ITEM PART NO.

45

46

47

48

41

42

43

44

49

50

37

38

39

40

33

34

35

36

DESCRIPTION

96-17109-6 Flat Ring 8.370”x 7.125” x .250” Rubber

11-88803-4 Liner, Frustum ,Full, Receiver, 7614,HD, 2011

11-75338-4 Liner, Body, Receiver, 7614,D1, 2011

38-28480-5 DP-7 Plug With Chain

94-09185-5 Tail Bolt .5 - 13 -1.25 SS

39-73882-6 Vacuum Relief Valve 3", 16 Hg

11-82219-6 Hump Hose, Rubber, 8"

28-16829-6 T-Bolt Clamp, 8.5",C410C-75-850-S

11-71845-5 Lower Boom Installation,7614,HBR,2011,HD

11-36513-5 Lower Boom Elbow Assembly -7" - 40 Deg.

94-02865-6 Solid Rivet, Aluminum .25” -.625”

11-75304-5 Boom Swivel Top Installation-7614-2011

11-75301-5 Boom End Installation -7 "-FRL -2011

11-75320-4 Cyclone 7" FRL -Left Inlet-Liner Body

11-75321-4 Cyclone 7" FRL - Left Inlet-Liner Top

11-39927-4 Liner Frustum Bolted Cyclone

11-66272-5 Acceleration Hose Installation, 7"

11-59650-4 Fender, Bolt -On

11-16687-6 Tire/Rim Assembly P205/70R15, White Rim

11-64291-5 Belt Cover Assembly, Bolt-On

11-03632-6 Jack Topwind Plated LW5000-13TWPM

11-71119-4 Hydraulic Tank Mounting Bracket -Top Plate -2010

11-73133-5 Hydraulic Tank Installation-SCH-Painted-2010

11-09219-4 Holder For DM6

38-73678-5 Hose Holder Assembly, Rear

38-73887-5 Hose Holder Assembly-Corner

27 11-71023-4 Cast Blower Inlet, 614 -8” Machined

28 96-09117-6 Gasket, Blower Mount, 614

29 73-82074-6 Connection Hose 6" Diameter - 10” Long

59

60

61

38-73888-5 Hose Holder Assembly-Front

11-03729-6 1/8" Clear Polycarbonate

80-18431-6 Rubber .25” x 1.5” – 12” Long

30 28-08918-6 T-Bolt Clamp, 6.5",C410C-75-650-S

31 11-71796-5

Receiver Assembly, 7614,Dual Inlet, FRL ,

W/PC, 2011 ,HD

32 86-17096-6 DF7 Coupling Casting

62

63

96-17109-6 Flat Ring 8.37” x 7.125” x. 250” Rubber

36-16581-6 Flex Hose, SF400 7" x 45",Compressed

Agri-Vac Operator’s Manual 34-18148-6 78

Fig. 8-3 Exploded View 7614HD DLX, HBR, FRL, SCH & DI

Agri-Vac Operator’s Manual 34-18148-6 79

NOTES:

5614/6614/7614 & 7816 DLX (2016)

DELUXE, HYDRAULIC BOOM ROTATION,FULL RHINO LINER, & DUAL INLET

5614 DLX / 6614 DLX

HBR, FRL, SCH, & DI 2016

7614 DLX

HBR, FRL, SCH, & DI 2016

7816 DLX

HBR, FRL, SCH, & DI 2016

Fig. 8-4 Birds-Eye view View 5614/6614/7614 & 7816 (2016)

Agri-Vac Operator’s Manual 34-18148-6

5614 DLX HBR FRL 2016 PARTS LIST (see fig. 8-5)

ITEM NUMBER

1

DESCRIPTION

11-03615-6 Sheave, 18.4 X 5-B X SF

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

16

17

18

19

20

21

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

5

6

7

2

3

4

31

11-03617-6 Bushing, SFX 1-3/4" X 3/8"KW

11-03632-6 Jack Topwind Plated IW5000-13TWPM

11-03729-6 1/8" Clear Polycarbonate 5 X 7

11-08531-6 Bushing, SFX 1-9/16" X 3/8"KW

11-08887-6 Sheave, 8.6 X 5-B X SF

11-105245-4 Liner,Body,Receiver,5614,DI,2016

11-105253-5 Receiver Assembly, 5614 DI FRL W/PC-2016

11-16687-6 Tire/Rim Assembly P205/70r15, White Rim

11-17572-6 Cylinder Hydraulic 2 X 8"

11-18056-6 V-Belt, Bx90

11-36142-4 Bearing Support Plate, 5614

11-36207-5 Lower Boom Elbow Assembly, 30 degree, 5"

11-36336-4 Pump Bracket, SCH

11-39927-4 Liner Frustrum Bolted Cyclone

11-40791-5 Tube W/Dogears, 5" X 12-1/2 Long

11-55912-4 Liner, Frustum, FRL, 5614

11-59650-4 Fender, Bolt-On

11-64301-5 Hub/Spindle Inst

11-66464-5 Muffler Inst, 5614

11-66466-5 A/L Inlet Inst, 5614

11-66564-5 Acceleration Hose Inst, 5614

11-69355-4 Cyclone 6" FRL Left Inlet-Liner Body

11-69356-4 Cyclone 6" FRL-Left Inlet-Liner Top

11-69555-5 Blower Inlet Inst-6614/7614-2010

11-71119-4 Hydr Tank Mounting Bracket -Top Plate-2010

11-72055-4 Hour Meter Pickup Sensor Bracket

11-73133-5 Hydraulic Tank Inst-SCH-Painted-2010

11-77562-5 Accessory Holder Inst-5614-2011

11-78508-5 Cyclone 5" FRL-Left Inlet-2011

11-82616-6

Tach/Hour Meter

ITEM NUMBER

32 11-94961-4

53

54

55

56

57

58

59

60

61

47

48

49

50

51

52

39

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

33

34

35

36

37

38

38-29560-4

38-73678-5

38-73887-5

38-73888-5

39-00724-6

39-77609-6

50-07777-5

54-80552-6

73-82696-6

96-03623-6

96-05978-6

96-08520-6

96-09117-6

96-19215-6

97-80192-6

11-94964-4

11-97101-6

11-97880-5

11-97881-5

11-97882-5

11-97885-5

11-98166-5

11-98167-6

28-08091-6

28-08918-6

28-16829-6

30-40673-5

36-15537-6

38-04466-5

DESCRIPTION

Boom Flex Hose Sup,5614,2014

Belt Cover Bolt Down,Vibration Mount

Hump Hose, Rubber, Reducer 8" To 6"

Lower Boom Installation 5"-HBR-2014

Split Boom,Female End-5"-FRL-2014

Boom Top Installation 5"-2014

Belt Cover Assembly,Bolt-On,5614,2014

Midship Shaft/Pump,SCH,5614,2014

MSS,17" L,1-3/8X6B,SCH,1-3/4

T-Bolt Clamp, 5-1/2",C410C-75-550-S

T-Bolt Clamp, 6-1/2",C410C-75-650-S

T-Bolt Clamp, 8-1/2",C410C-75-850-S

A/L 1314-5A HXS W/O Belly, W/O Motor

Flex Hose, SF500, 5" X 43lg

DP-5 Plug With Chain

614-6 Blower Outlet - Mach

Hose Holder Assembly, Rear

Hose Holder Assembly -Corner

Hose Holder Assembly-Front

Pressure Relief Valve,2",15 PSI

Vacuum Relief Valve 2", 16 HG

Blower, 614, Chrome 7.5"

PLP 20-14-S0-49S1-LOD/OC-N

Connection Hose 5" Diameter - 20 Long

Bearing, Pb, 1-3/4", HCP209-28

U-Cup Seal - 5"

1 9/16 Bearing

Gasket, Blower Mount, 614

Locking Collar Eccentric 3/4"

Key, 3/8 X 3/8 X 1-3/4" Long

Agri-Vac Operator’s Manual 34-18148-6

Fig. 8-5 Exploded View 5614 DLX HBR FRL 2016

Agri-Vac Operator’s Manual 34-18148-6

ITEM NUMBER

1

6614 DLX HBR FRL 2016 PARTS LIST (see fig. 8-6)

DESCRIPTION

11-03632-6 Jack Topwind IW5000-13TWPM

ITEM NUMBER

34 11-91622-5

DESCRIPTION

Muffler Installation,6614/7614-2013

2 11-03729-6 1/8" Clear Polycarbonate 5 X 7 35 11-91649-5 A/L Inlet Elbow,180deg,6",Nozzle

16

17

18

19

20

11

12

13

14

15

6

7

8

9

10

3

4

5

26

27

28

29

30

21

22

23

24

25

31

32

11-104824-5 Receiver Assembly,6614 DI FRL W/PC,2016

11-14047-6 V-Belt, 5vx1000

11-15577-6 Sheave, 23.6 X 5-5V X F

11-16687-6 Tire/Rim Assembly P205/70R15, White Rim

11-16716-6 Sheave, 8.5" X 5-5VX E

11-17572-6 Cylinder Hydraulic 2 X 8"

11-17602-6 Bushing, F X 1-3/4" X 3/8"KW

11-36259-5 Lower Boom Elbow Assembly,45? - 6"

11-36336-4 Pump Bracket, SCH

11-39927-4 Liner Frustrum Bolted Cyclone

11-44338-5 Tube W/Dogears, 6" X 12 1/2 Long

11-59650-4 Fender, Bolt-On

11-64300-5 Acceleration Pipe Installation, 6"

11-64301-5 Hub/Spindle Installation

11-64307-5 Acceleration Hose Installation, 6"

11-64312-5 Accessory Holder Installation-6614-2011

11-65796-4 Liner-Frustum-Full-Rec-6614-2011

11-69354-5 Cyclone 6" FRL-Left Inlet-2011

11-69355-4 Cyclone 6" FRL-Left Inlet-Liner Body

11-69356-4 Cyclone 6" FRL-Left Inlet-Liner Top

11-69555-5 Blower Inlet Installation-6614/7614-2010

11-69693-5 6" Split Boom End-Tube Assembly-2011

11-70231-6 Drive Shaft, Double Center, 35EBL

11-71116-4 Blower Drive Shaft Guard, Top

11-71119-4 Hydr Tank Mounting Bracket-Top Plate-2010

11-72055-4 Hour Meter Pickup Sensor Bracket

11-73133-5 Hydraulic Tank Installation-SCH-Painted-2010

11-76429-4 Bearing Support Plate, 66 / 7614, 2011

11-82219-6 Hump Hose, Rubber, 8"

11-82616-6 Tach/Hour Meter

11-93971-5

11-94013-5

11-94016-5

11-94064-5

11-94433-4

11-94630-4

11-94953-4

11-94964-4

11-95981-5

11-96519-4

28-08918-6

28-16829-6

30-09005-5

36-15539-6

38-07796-5

38-29560-4

38-73887-5

38-94267-5

38-94346-5

39-00724-6

39-73882-6

50-69733-5

54-80552-6

73-82074-6

96-03623-6

96-04567-6

96-08491-6

96-09117-6

96-19215-6

97-80192-6

49

50

51

52

53

44

45

46

47

48

36

37

38

39

40

41

42

43

59

60

61

62

63

54

55

56

57

58

64

65

Belt Cover Assembly,Bolt,2014

Midship Shaft/Pump Assembly,16Long

Boom Swivel Top Installation,6614,2014

Lower Boom Installation-6",Hbr,2014

MSS,1-3/4X6B,SCH,1.75x16

Liner,Body,Receiver,6614,DI,Rev

Shaft,1-1/2,1-3/8 21T Spl,13.369G

Belt Cover Bolt Down,Vibration Mount

Flange Reinforced Assembly,7614HD,2011

Boom Flex Hose Sup,66/7614,2014

T-Bolt Clamp, 6-1/2",C410C-75-650-S

T-Bolt Clamp, 8-1/2",C410C-75-850-S

A/L 1618-6a W/HXS Tips W/O Motor

Flex Hose, SF500,6",SS

DP-6 Plug With Chain

614-6 Blower Outlet - Mach

Hose Holder Assembly-Corner

Hose Holder Assembly,Front,2014

Hose Holder Assembly,Rear,2014

Pressure Relief Valve,2",15 PSI

Vacuum Relief Valve 3", 16 HG

Blower, 614, Chrome, 2.25"

Plp 20-14-S0-49S1-LOD/OC-N

Connection Hose 6" Diameter - 10 Long

Bearing, Pb, 1-3/4", HCP209-28

Bearing, 4bolt, 1-1/2", SF1 1/2

U-Cup Seal - 6"

Gasket, Blower Mount, 614

Locking Collar Eccentric 3/4"

Key, 3/8 X 3/8 X 1-3/4" Long

33 11-85175-6 Bushing, E X 1-1/2" X 3/8KW

Agri-Vac Operator’s Manual 34-18148-6

Fig. 8-6 Exploded View 6614 DLX HBR FRL 2016

Agri-Vac Operator’s Manual 34-18148-6

7614 DLX HBR FRL 2016 PARTS LIST (see fig. 8-7)

DESCRIPTION ITEM NUMBER ITEM NUMBER

27

28

29

30

23

24

25

26

31

32

33

34

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

7

8

9

10

1

2

3

4

5

6

11

12

13

14

15

11-03632-6 Jack Topwind Plated LW5000-13TWPM

11-03729-6 1/8" Clear Polycarbonate 5 X 7

11-09219-4 Holder For DM6

11-104842-4 Liner,Body,Receiver,7614,DI,SH,2016

11-104853-4 Liner,Body,Receiver,7614,DI,Long,2016

11-104860-5 Receiver Assembly,7614,DI,FRL,W/PC,HD,2016

11-14047-6 V-Belt, 5VX1000

11-15577-6 Sheave, 23.6 X 5-5V X F

11-16687-6 Tire/Rim Assembly P205/70R15, White Rim

11-17572-6 Cylinder Hydraulic 2 X 8"

11-17602-6 Bushing, F X 1-3/4" X 3/8"KW

11-28489-4 Holder For DM7

11-36336-4 Pump Bracket, SCH

11-36513-5 Lower Boom Elbow Assembly-7"-40 Degree

11-39927-4 Liner Frustrum Bolted Cyclone

11-59650-4 Fender, Bolt-On

11-64301-5 Hub/Spindle Installation

11-66272-5 Acceleration Hose Installation, 7"

11-69555-5 Blower Inlet Installation-6614/7614-2010

11-70231-6 Drive Shaft, Double Center, 35EBL

11-71116-4 Blower Drive Shaft Guard, Top

11-71119-4 Hydr Tank Mounting Bracket-Top Plate-2010

11-72055-4 Hour Meter Pickup Sensor Bracket

11-72773-5 A/L Outlet Installation,7614,2011,HD

11-72774-5 A/L Outlet Assembly,7614,2011,HD

11-73133-5 Hydraulic Tank Installation-SCH-Painted-2010

11-75298-5 Cyclone 7" FRL-Left Inlet-2011

11-75302-5 Split Boom End-Tube Assembly-7-2011

11-75320-4 Cyclone 7" FRL-Left Inlet-Liner Body

11-75321-4 Cyclone 7" FRL-Left Inlet-Liner Top

11-76429-4 Bearing Support Plate, 66 / 7614, 2011

11-82219-6 Hump Hose, Rubber, 8"

11-82616-6 Tach/Hour Meter

11-85175-6 Bushing, E X 1-1/2" X 3/8KW

61

62

63

64

57

58

59

60

65

66

67

50

51

52

53

54

55

56

41

42

43

44

35

36

37

38

39

40

45

46

47

48

49

28-08918-6

28-16829-6

30-77779-5

36-16581-6

38-28480-5

38-29560-4

38-73887-5

39-00724-6

39-73882-6

50-69733-5

54-80552-6

73-82074-6

96-03623-6

96-04567-6

96-09117-6

96-19215-6

96-37629-6

97-80192-6

11-88803-4

11-93971-5

11-94013-5

11-94283-5

11-94286-5

11-94433-4

11-94771-6

11-94953-4

11-94964-4

11-95981-5

11-96501-5

11-96504-5

11-96509-5

11-96510-5

11-96519-4

DESCRIPTION

Liner,Frustum,Full,Receiver,7614,HD,11

Belt Cover Assembly,Bolt,2014

Midship Shaft/Pump Assembly,16 long

A/L In Elbow Installation,7614,HD,2014

Muffler Installation,7614,HD,Test 15

MSS,1-3/4X6B,SCH,1.75x16

Sheave, 8.0 X 5-5V X E

Shaft,1-1/2,1-3/8 21T SPL13.369G

Belt Cover Bolt Down,Vibration Mount

Flange Reinforce Assembly,7614HD,2011

Lower Boom Installation,7614,HBR,HD,2014

Boom Swivel Top Installation,7614,2014

Hose Holder Assembly,7614,Rear,2014

Hose Holder Assembly,7614,Front,2014

Boom Flex Hose Sup,66/7614,2014

T-Bolt Clamp, 6-1/2",C410C-75-650-S

T-Bolt Clamp, 8-1/2",C410C-75-850-S

A/L 2018-7a HXS, W/O Motor

Flex Hose, SF400 7"X45",Compressed

DP-7 Plug With Chain

614-6 Blower Outlet - Mach

Hose Holder Assembly-Corner

Pressure Relief Valve,2",15 PSI

Vacuum Relief Valve 3", 16 HG

Blower, 614, Chrome, 2.25"

PLP 20-14-S0-49S1-LOD/OC-N

Connection Hose 6" Diameter - 10 Long

Bearing, Pb, 1-3/4", HCP209-28

Bearing, 4bolt, 1-1/2", SF 1 1/2

Gasket, Blower Mount, 614

Locking Collar Eccentric 3/4"

Gasket 10-6-J

Key, 3/8 X 3/8 X 1-3/4" Long

Agri-Vac Operator’s Manual 34-18148-6

Fig. 8-7 Exploded View 7614 DLX HBR FRL 2016

Agri-Vac Operator’s Manual 34-18148-6

7816 DLX HBR FRL 2016 PARTS LIST (see fig. 8-8)

ITEM PART NO.

1

DESCRIPTION

11-03729-6 1/8" Clear Polycarbonate 5 X 7

19

20

21

22

23

24

13

14

15

16

17

18

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

8

9

10

11

12

5

6

7

2

3

4

11-08550-6 V-Belt, 5VX950

11-09219-4 Holder For DM6

11-101406-5 Muffler Installation,7816 PTO

11-101409-4 Fender, Bolt-On,7816 PTO

11-101410-4 Brg Support plate,7816

11-101423-5 Lower Boom Installation,7816,HBR,HD

11-104842-4 Liner,Body,receiver,7614,DI,SCH,2016

11-104853-4 Liner,Body,receiver,7614,DI,long,2016

11-104976-5 Receiver Assembly,7816,DI,FRL,W/Pc,2016

11-14044-6 Bushing, F X 2 X 1/2"KW

11-17572-6 Cylinder Hydraulic 2 X 8"

11-28489-4 Holder For DM7

11-36513-5 Lower Boom Elbow Assembly-7"-40 Deg

11-39927-4 Liner Frustrum Bolted Cyclone

11-61380-6 Midship Shaft,1 3/4-6B,SCH,2 1/4x21

11-63720-4 Pump Bracket, SCH, 8614

11-66272-5 Acceleration Hose Installation, 7"

11-71119-4 Hyd Tank Mounting bracket-Top plate-2010

11-72055-4 Hour Meter Pickup Sensor bracket

11-72773-5 A/L Outlet Installation,7614,2011,HD

11-72774-5 A/L Outlet Assembly,7614,2011,HD

11-73133-5 Hyd Tank Installation-SCH -Painted-2010

11-75298-5 Cyclone 7" FRL-Left Inlet-2011

11-75302-5 Split Boom End-Tube Assembly-7-2011

11-75320-4 Cyclone 7" FRL-Left Inlet-Liner Body

11-75321-4 Cyclone 7" FRL-Left Inlet-Liner Top

11-81462-5 Airlock Inlet Elbow-2018-Assembly

11-81471-4 Blow Drive Shaft Guard,Top,7816

11-81491-6 Drive Shaft,Double Center,55EBL,Spl

11-81498-4 Shaft,2",1/2 Key,1-3/4 20T Spl

11-82219-6 Hump Hose, Rubber, 8"

ITEM PART NO.

33 11-82406-6

51

52

53

54

55

56

45

46

47

48

49

50

57

58

59

60

61

62

63

40

41

42

43

44

34

35

36

37

38

39

DESCRIPTION

Sheave, 21.2 X 8-5V X J

11-82407-6

11-82410-6

11-82616-6

11-82942-5

11-82955-5

11-83244-5

11-83330-6

11-84126-6

11-85743-5

11-88803-4

11-94964-4

11-96504-5

11-96519-4

28-16829-6

30-77779-5

36-16581-6

38-28480-5

38-73678-5

38-73887-5

38-73888-5

38-82408-6

39-00724-6

39-73882-6

Bushing, J X 2-1/4" X 1/2"KW

Hub And Parts, 4000lb, 6 On 6

Tach/Hour Meter

Belt Cover Assembly,Bolt-On,7816

Blower Outlet-816

Blower Inlet-Assembly-816

Sheave, 11.3 X 8-5V X F

Tire/Rim 6 on 6 AG Cream, 3420lb

Bolt On Jack-8K,Sidewind,24DLT,Weld

Liner,Frustum,Full, Receiver ,7614,HD,11

Belt Cover Bolt Down, Vibration Mount

Boom Swivel Top Installation,7614,2014

Boom Flex Hose Sup,66/7614,2014

T-Bolt Clamp, 8-1/2",C410C75-850-S

A/L 2018-7a HXS, W/O Motor

Flex Hose, SF400 7"X45",Compressed

DP-7 Plug With Chain

Hose Holder Assembly , Rear

Hose Holder Assembly , Corner

Hose Holder Assembly , Front

Compression Coupling, 6-5/8", 3 Bolt, White

Pressure Relief Valve,2",15 PSI

Vacuum Relief Valve 3", 16 HG

50-76942-5

54-16859-6

96-08519-6

Blower, 816 chrome

Pump, PLP20-16 S0-49 S1-LOD/OC-N

Bearing, Pillow Block, 2-1/4" Diameter

96-101449-6 Bearing,4-Bolt,Flong,2",Lock Collar

96-19215-6 Locking Collar Eccentric 3/4"

96-37629-6

97-80193-6

Gasket 10-6-7J

Key, 1/2 X 1/2 X 2-3/4 long

Agri-Vac Operator’s Manual 34-18148-6

Fig. 8-8 Exploded View 7816 DLX HBR FRL 2016

Agri-Vac Operator’s Manual 34-18148-6

NOTES:

Operator’s & Parts Manual

For 5614,6614,

7614HD & 7816

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ISSUE DATE: November,2013 rev 6 03032016

Agrivac Operator’s #34-18148-6 v 6 03032016

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