HFC Standard User Manual for Roll Clamps

HFC Standard User Manual for Roll Clamps
U
SER MANUAL
Hydraulic
Force Control
Manual Number 6802876-R3
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C
ONTENTS
OVERVIEW
INSTALLATION
Solenoid Operated Equalizer Valve and Hoses
Non-Solenoid Intensify Valve and Hoses
HFC Valve and Hoses
Return-to-Tank & Optional Overdrive Valve
Sensor Switch (if equipped)
Disabling HFC System
SETUP
OPERATION
TROUBLESHOOTING
PARTS
GLOSSARY
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6802876-R3
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VERVIEW
HYDRAULIC FORCE
CONTROL (HFC)
This manual provides installation instructions, prior
to operation, operation, troubleshooting and parts for
Cascade Hydraulic Force Control (HFC) systems. If
you need additional information or assistance, contact
Cascade Corporation. Refer to the back cover.
What The System Does
The HFC system enables Cascade Paper Roll Clamps
to automatically apply clamp force proportional to
weight of the load. This system will reduce the chance of
damage caused by excessive clamp force.
How The System Works
An initial no-slip starting pressure is applied to the load
when it is first clamped. As the load is lifted, the HFC
system increases clamp force and applies a consistent
clamp force proportional to load weight. The hoist system
provides pressure to the HFC to increase clamp pressure
as hoist pressure increases.
Prior to Installation
The system can be calibrated to balance the clamp force
relationship of clamp capacity and truck size. The truck
HOIST pressure should be equal to or higher than clamp
pressure to properly clamp paper. Total load weight
equals paper weight plus clamp weight.
Confirm that the truck size is compatible with the clamp
capacity. Available maximum hoist pressure with load
weight (combined maximum size load and weight of the
clamp) should be determined in freelift. The hoist pressure
determined needs to be within 10% of the clamping
pressure required to clamp the heaviest load.
The following is provided to assist in planning hose and
fitting sizes to match the lift truck hoist line:
Equalizer/Intensify Valve Fittings – The mast and truck
ports are No. 12 O-ring with No. 12 JIC Fittings installed.
No. 12-10 O-ring reducers are supplied to adapt to smaller
hoist lines.
HFC Kit
(without switch)
Part No.
Equalizer/Intensify
Valve
To HFC
Valve
6093682
HFC
HFC Kit
(with switch)
Part No.
TRUCK
MAST
AC2091.eps
6097470 (12 V)
6097471 (24V-48V)
To Mast
Cylinder
To Hoist Line
Reducer
from #12 to
#10 O-ring
NOTE: Cascade recommends
that component installation
be done according to page
number order.
2
OP
V1
CL
2
Sensor Switch
(Page 6)
T IN
Return-to-Tank
(Page 5)
HFC Valve
(Page 4)
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Optional Overdrive
Valve (Refer
to Installation
Instructions
6097260)
Equalizer or
Intensify Valve
(Page 2 & 3)
AC1896.eps
1
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NSTALLATION
EQUALIZER VALVE AND HOSES
HFC Kits 6097470 and 6097471 have an equalizer valve
(not intensify valve). This is ideal for 2 stage full freelift
(duplex) and 3 stage full freelift (triplex) mast applications.
This valve equalizes the system pressure for improved
accuracy.
WARNING: Before removing hydraulic
lines or components, relieve pressure in the
hydraulic system. Turn truck off and open
the truck auxiliary control valve(s) several
times in both directions.
1 Install adapter fittings to HFC, TRUCK and MAST ports
WARNING: Follow all recommended safety
practices including chaining the freelift mast
to the mainlift crossmember when mast is
raised.
on the equalizer valve. Install the equalizer valve in the
hoist circuit between the hoist auxiliary valve and mast
lowering control valve.
NOTE: For trucks with a delivered flow volume of 18
GPM (68 L/min.) or less, install reducer fittings.
2 Install the hose from the hoist valve HOIST port to the
To Hoist
Control
Valve Port
equalizer valve TRUCK port.
No. 12 JIC
3 Install a hose that connects the MAST port of the
equalizer valve to the mast lowering control valve.
4 Inspect hoses for pinch points and secure as
required.
C
HF
Equalizer Valve
K
UC
TR
No. 12-10 O-Ring
Reducer
OR
ST
MA
No. 12-10 O-Ring
Reducer
OR
To Mast
Lowering
Control Valve
Freelift Cylinder
Mast Cylinders
No. 12 JIC
AC2086.eps
3
HFC
Equalizer
Valve
2
TRUCK
MAST
Existing
Lowering
Control
Valve
Hoist
Valve
Truck
Relief
Valve
Truck
Hydraulic
Pump
Truck
Tank
AC2080.eps
2
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NON-SOLENOID INTENSIFY VALVE AND HOSES
To Mast
Lowering
Control Valve
Freelift Cylinder
WARNING: Before removing hydraulic
lines or components, relieve pressure in the
hydraulic system. Turn truck off and open
the truck auxiliary control valve(s) several
times in both directions.
Intensify Valve
WARNING: Follow all recommended safety
practices including chaining the freelift mast
to the mainlift crossmember when mast is
raised.
1 Install adapter fittings to HFC, TRUCK, and MAST ports.
HFC
If IN and OUT ports are not plugged, install metal plugs.
Install the intensify valve in the hoist circuit between the
hoist auxiliary valve and mast lowering control valve.
K
3 Install a hose that connects the MAST port of the
intensify valve to the mast lowering control valve.
No. 12-10
O-Ring
Reducer
OR
2 Install the hose from the hoist auxiliary valve HOIST port
to the intensify valve TRUCK port.
IN
MAST
OUT
No. 12
JIC
UC
HFC Kit 6093682 has an intensify valve (not equalizer
valve). This aids hoist lines with insufficient hoist pressure
at a given load to generate enough clamp pressure.
Recommended for two-stage mast (limited freelift), large
trucks with small attachments
TR
I
NSTALLATION
No. 12-10
O-Ring
Reducer
OR
4 Inspect hoses for pinch points and secure as required.
No. 12 JIC
Mast Cylinders
3
MAST
OUT
HFC
Existing
Lowering
Control
Valve
IN
Intensify
Valve
TRUCK
2
AC2081.eps
To Hoist
Control
Valve Port
Hoist
Valve
Truck
Relief
Valve
Truck
Hydraulic
Pump
Truck
Tank
AC1735.eps
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I
NSTALLATION
HFC VALVE AND HOSES
1 Install adapter fittings to T, H, CL1, CL2, OP1 and OP2
HFC Valve
ports on the HFC valve.
5
2 Locate and install the HFC valve on the truck cowl using
5/16 in. (8 mm) capscrews. Watch for clearance when
the mast is tilted back. The HFC valve cartridges have
adjustment screws that will need to be easily accessed.
6
3 Connect a No. 6 (minimum) hose from the truck auxiliary
clamp circuit CLAMP port to the CL1 port of the HFC
valve.
4 Connect a No. 6 (minimum) hose from the truck auxiliary
2
5 Connect a No. 6 (minimum) hose from the CL2 port of
O
V
P
1
the HFC valve to the attachment revolving connection
CLAMP port supply circuit.
2
C
L2
valve clamp circuit OPEN port to the OP1 port of the
HFC valve.
1
Hoist Line
Pressure
Gauge Port
6 Connect a No. 6 (minimum) hose from the OP2 port of
the HFC valve to the attachment revolving connection
OPEN port supply circuit.
1
7
7 Connect a No. 6 (minimum) hose from the H port of the
HFC valve to the HFC port of the equalizer valve.
NOTE: For applications where a light load is be
procured, a pressure limiter valve may be necessary.
This prevents excessive clamp force applications where
the mast is extended to full height on a regular basis
while clamping a load.
1
8 Inspect hoses for pinch points and secure as required.
4
AC1768.eps
Revolving
Connection
6
Mast Cylinders
3
5
OP2 CL2
HFC
Equalizer
Valve
HFC Valve
TRUCK
H OP1 CL1 T
MAST
7 4
Existing
Lowering
Control
Valve
3
Clamp
Auxiliary
Valve
Hoist
Valve
Truck
Relief
Valve
Truck
Hydraulic
Pump
Truck
Tank
AC1747.eps
4
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NSTALLATION
RETURN-TO-TANK & OPTIONAL OVERDRIVE VALVE
1 Install a return-to-tank fitting in the tank line. Lube
hose ends and fitting for easy assembly. For complete
installation procedure, refer to Installation Instructions
6808126. Additional Cascade Low Pressure Return
Line Adapter Kits are available:
Tank Hose ID
Single Line
Adapter Kit
Dual Line
Adapter Kit
◆
◆
◆
6037507
6049380
6049381
6049382
6049383
.75 in. (19 mm)
1.00 in. (25 mm)
1.25 in. (31 mm)
1.50 in. (38 mm)
1
Returnto-Tank
Line
Return-to-Tank
Fitting
(Single shown)
Hose to
HFC Valve
◆ Included in adapter kit 6807816
NOTE: For trucks with pressurized return-to-tank lines,
the hydraulic tank filler cap must be opened to relieve
trapped pressure.
AC0226.eps
2 An optional overdrive valve aids in increasing arm
speed and allows the operator to have a higher
clamping pressure when in breakout situations.
No Overdrive Valve – Connect the T port on the bottom
of the HFC Valve to the truck tank line fitting.
Overdrive Valve – Connect the overdrive valve T IN port
with the HFC valve T port. Connect a hose from the
overdrive valve T OUT port to the truck tank line fitting.
Refer to installation instructions 6097260 for additional
information.
2
P
O
V
1
C
L2
HFC Valve
CAUTION: If the overdrive valve is not directly installed
to the HFC valve T port, a high pressure hose must be
used. High pressure hose must be rated for 2300 psi
(160 bar) working pressure.
3 Inspect hose for pinch points and secure as required.
Revolving
Connection
Optional
Overdrive
Valve
T IN
OP2 CL2
HFC Valve
To
Equalizer
Valve
Hoist
Valve
To
Equalizer
Valve
Clamp
Auxiliary
Valve
H OP1 CL1 T
Optional
Overdrive
Valve
2
1
Truck
Relief
Valve
Truck
Hydraulic
Pump
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Tank Hose
Tank Hose
AC1766.eps
Truck
Tank
AC1767.eps
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NSTALLATION
SENSOR SWITCH (IF EQUIPPED)
1 Determine locations to mount the sensor switch on a
fixed location on the mast and the bracket with spring
wire (if needed) on a moving member on the mast. The
sensor switch will signal the mast transition from freelift
to mainlift. The provided mounting bracket can be used
or modified to aid with mounting the sensor switch.
NOTE: When installing on electric trucks with
regenerative breaking, voltage filter 6061953 must
be installed. Failure to install voltage filter can
cause damage to electrical components.
Moving member
on mast
CAUTION: Consult the LIft Truck OEM for proper + power
source connection.
2 Connect the harness solenoid connector to the solenoid
coil.
3 Connect the harness sensor switch connector to the
Spring
Wire with
Bracket
(if needed)
sensor switch.
4 Connect the harness cable ends to the components
shown.
12V Systems – Connect the fused positive wire from
the cable harness to a switched power source and the
ground wire to a chassis ground.
Sensor Switch
Fixed location
on mast
(additional
bracket shown)
24V–48V Systems – Connect the fused positive wire
from the cable harness to a DC-to-DC converter positive
output wire and the ground wire to the converter
negative output wire. Connect the voltage converter to
the votage filter. Connect the voltage filter to a switched
power source. Connect the ground wire to a chassis
ground.
AC1748.eps
NOTE: For troubleshooting the wire harness, refer to page
10.
Sensor
Switch
Solenoid
2
3
Voltage Filter
(24–48V
systems only)
Switched
OR
.5 in.
(12 mm)
Moving Member
(bracket with spring
not used)
Relay
4
.15 in.
(4 mm)
Fuse
Sensor Switch
Fixed
Member
OR
Cylinder
AC1749.eps
DC to DC Converter
(24V–48V systems only)
Truck Fuse
Block
Truck
Battery
AC1967.eps
Ground
6
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NSTALLATION
DISABLING HFC SYSTEM
To temporarily disable the HFC features, perform the
following steps:
V5
NON-SOLENOID
INTENSIFY VALVE
1 Turn V1 inward (CW) or until desired clamp pressure is
reached. The maximum pressure that the cartridge is
capable of handling is 3000 psi (207 bar).
HFC
4 The truck attachment will now operate in the standard
UC
K
mode.
TR
load, turn V5 all the way out (CCW).
IN
MAST
OUT
2 Turn V4 all the way out (CCW).
3 OPTIONAL: If the hoist capacity is affected by lifting a
AC1738.eps
NOTE: To enable HFC features refer to Prior To Operation
Section.
HFC VALVE
V1
C
HF
K
UC
TR
V5
ST
MA
AC1623.ai
SOLENOID OPERATED
EQUALIZER VALVE
AC1899.eps
V4
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S
ETUP
CARTRIDGE ADJUSTMENT
CARTRIDGE FUNCTION SUMMARY
Starting Pressure (V1) – Sets starting pressure.
Final Pressure (V2) – Adjusts clamping pressure after
hoisting. Must be adjusted after all other cartridges are
set.
Static Hoist Pressure (V3) – Closes connection from hoist
line to clamp line.
Freelift Pressure (V4) – Limits maximum clamping
pressure. Must not be set lower than pressure needed to
handle maximum roll.
RC3288.ai
Mainlift Pressure (V5) – Increases freelift hoisting
pressure. Balances freelift and mainlift hoisting pressure
and make pressure available to clamping circuit.
IMPORTANT: Check that V2 is completely turned out
(counterclockwise) before adjustment process.
1 Install the pressure gauge (Cascade Pressure Test Kit
6034612) in the long arm clamp cylinder gauge port for
the clamp pressure readout.
2 Inst a pressure gauge in the HFC valve gauge port for
the hoist pressure readout.
No Stand Zone
12 ft. (4 m) dia.
Adjusts clamping
pressure after
hoisting. Adjust this
cartridge last.
V1
STARTING
PRESSURE
Sets starting
pressure. Must be
higher then V3.
FINAL
PRESSURE
V2
3 Adjust the Starting Pressure (V1) cartridge so that a
light load is not damaged or over clamped and the
heaviest load does not slip upon hoisting.
NOTE: For attachments that are retrofitted from three
position relief to HFC system and lowest pressure is
known, use the lowest pressure as starting pressure.
4 To prevent carriage/attachment from lowering during
arm closing, adjust the Static Hoist Pressure (V3)
cartridge. This pressure must be less than the Starting
Pressure (V1).
• If the maximum weight load slips when hoisting,
reduce V3 by turning counterclockwise (CCW).
• If the carriage lowers when closing the arms of the
clamp, increase V3 by turning clockwise (CW).
5 To limit the maximum clamp pressure (V4), fully close
arms without a load and hoist to maximum lift. Fully
extend the mast and hold the lever for 2 seconds.
Lower the mast without unclamping and check the
pressure. If the pressure exceeds the desired maximum
clamp pressure for the heaviest load, turn the cartridge
(V4) CCW to decrease the maximum pressure.
8
V3
STATIC HOIST
PRESSURE
Closes connection from
hoist line to clamp line.
Must be lower then V1.
AC1578.eps
V4
MAXIMUM
CLAMP
PRESSURE
Limit maximum
clamping pressure.
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ETUP
CARTRIDGE ADJUSTMENT (CONTINUED)
6 To equalize the hoist pressure between freelift and
Increases freelift
hoisting pressure
mainlift, clamp an average load and hoist off the ground
about 1 ft (30 cm) (freelift). Record the pressure. With
the same load at a higher position (mainlift), set load
down in mainlift position. Reclamp the load, hoist the
load and lower to the ground without unclamping.
Record the pressure.
V5
NON-SOLENOID
INTENSIFY VALVE
OUT
• If pressure is within 150 psi (10.5 bar), no adjustment
is required.
HFC
UC
K
7 For non-freelift mast large trucks with small attachments,
TR
• If freelift pressure is higher than the mainlift pressure,
decrease V5 by turning CCW to equalize pressure.
IN
MAST
• If mainlift pressure is higher than the freelift pressure,
increase V5 by turning CW to equalize pressure.
AC1738.eps
clamp pressure may need to be increased. If equipped,
the solenoid should be powered at all times by mounting
the sensor switch in a location that will always switch on
a ferrous object. Clamp a roll and hoist. Note the clamp
cylinder pressure.
• If the pressure is less than the desired clamp
pressure, increase the pressure by turning V5 in CW
to match the desired clamp pressure.
NOTE: For freelift mast large trucks with small
attachments and adequate clamp pressure can not be
achieved with the standard valve, a special equalizer
valve may be required. Contact Cascade for more detail.
8 To adjust the Final Pressure (V2), clamp a load.
Hoist
the load. Use the chart below to record the initial clamp
pressure. If the pressure is too high for the heaviest
load, turn the cartridge CW to reduce the adjusted
clamp pressure. Record the adjusted clamp pressure.
ROLL
WEIGHT
INITIAL CLAMP
PRESSURE ●
ADJUSTED
CLAMP
PRESSURE ●
Increases freelift
hoisting pressure
C
HF
K
UC
TR
V5
ST
MA
SOLENOID
OPERATED
EQUALIZER
VALVE
AC1899.eps
#1
#2
#3
#4
#5
●Read from long arm clamp cylinder gauge port
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O
PERATION
Auxiliary Valve
Functions
Hoist Down
WARNING: Truck control handle and
attachment function activation shown
here conforms to ASME/ANSI B56.1
recommended practices. Failure
to follow these practices may lead
to serious bodily injury or property
damage. End user, dealer and OEMs
should review any deviation from the
practices for safe operation.
Tilt Forward
A C
B D
GA0005.eps
Hoist Up
Tilt Back
ROTATE
(Driver’s view)
A
B
LONG ARM
Counterclockwise (CCW)
Clockwise (CW)
(vertical & horizontal
positions only)
CRelease
DClamp
SHORT ARM
(45-degree
position only)
B
COpen
DClose
A
D
C
D
C
RC0030.eps
The HFC system works fundamentally the same as a
normal lift truck system when used with a paper roll clamp.
Use the following techniques when clamping loads:
1 Clamp arms firmly on the roll.
build starting clamp pressure.
Hold for 1 second to
2 Lift the load.
Clamp pressure will automatically increase
according to load weight.
3 If feathering is used to reduce clamp force on light
loads, use the same process with HFC. However, it is
recommended to use the techniques above for all loads
unless absolutely necessary.
CAUTION: Develop adequate clamp force to hold the
load when feathering.
10
RC0031.eps
4 Operation for a split arm clamp with HFC is the same as
a solid arm clamp except for the following:
• HFC should be used with the Cascade full arm
travel split arm circuit. Close the free arm fully when
handling one roll with one split arm. Full clamp force
develops after the free arm bottoms
• When clamping a full height roll with both split arms,
operate the clamp as a solid arm clamp.
NOTE: HFC allows lower clamp starting pressures so that
light loads can be handled without damage along with
heavier loads. Slightly slower arm speed is normal. If roll
diameters vary widely with very low starting pressures, the
slower arm speed can be corrected with an optional arm
overdrive system. Consult Cascade.
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ROUBLESHOOTING
WIRE HARNESS
Verify the sensor switch, solenoid and relay are working
properly. Check the LEDs on the sensor switch and
solenoid.
Full Height Pressure Limiter Valve Kit
This kit prevents excessive clamp force in
applications where the mast is extended to full
height on a regular basis while clamping a load.
• When the mast is in freelift, the LEDs will be on.
• When in mainlift, the LEDs will be off.
1 Check fuse.
2 Remove relay, sensor switch and solenoid coil.
3 Check for 12V power between relay socket terminals
For LED troubleshooting, check the LEDs on the
sensor switch and solenoid.
• When the mast is below maximum height, the
LEDs will be off.
30 and 86. If no power, check continuity:
• When at mast full height, the LEDs will be on.
• 30 and (+) truck battery
• 86 and (–) truck battery
4 Check for continuity at all corresponding pins and
terminals.
5 Install sensor switch, fixed on a target (switch LED
should be illuminated). Check for power at relay socket
terminal 85.
6 Test the relay by adding 12V (+) power to 85 and (–)
power to 86. With a meter, check for continuity between
30 and 87. Remove power, verify that there is no
continuity between 30 and 87.
7 With the relay installed and the sensor switch fixed on a
target (LED illuminated), check for power at the solenoid
connector between 1 and 2. Solenoid connector LED
should be illuminated.
8 Plug the coil in, listen for a 'click'. If there is no 'click',
remove connector and check for coil resistance of
7.2 ohms at 60°F (20°C).
Sensor
4 Switch
3
1
2
1
Solenoid
Coil
Sensor Switch
Voltage Filter
(24–48V
DC to DC Converter
(24V–48V systems only) systems only)
Solenoid
LED
Fuse
Switched
87
85 87A 86 Relay
30
Truck
Battery
Ground
Truck Fuse
Block
AC1960.eps
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T
ROUBLESHOOTING
CAUTION: Prior to troubleshooting, verify that clamp is working
properly and check for defective check valves and cylinder seals.
NOTE: When adjusting cartridges, turn in 1/2 turn increments.
Problem
Pad slips on load at start
of lift
Solution
Possible Effect
Increase (CW) V1,
reclamp
May over clamp light
roll
If pressure in clamp
cylinder does not
increase after lifting,
decrease (CCW) V3
May cause unit to lower
during clamping
Decrease (CCW) V2,
reclamp
Load continues to slip after
V2 has been decreased
Increase (CW) V5
May over clamp after
hoisting
Load may not hoist
(truck and clamp
capacity may not be
compatible, contact
Cascade)
May cause pads to slip
at hoisting
Pads crush load before
hoisting
Decrease (CCW) V1,
reclamp
Pads crush load after
hoisting
Increase (CW) V2, open
and reclamp
May cause load to slip
If problem occurs
during freelift, decrease
(CCW) V5
May cause load to slip
in freelift
Load slips when lift truck
hits floor bumps or dock
plate
Decrease (CCW) V2,
reclamp and hoist
May over clamp load
Hoist cylinder will not lift
with a high capacity load
Decrease (CCW) V5
May cause mainlift and
freelift to be unbalanced
12
May cause slower arm
speed during clamping
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ROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Solution
Possible Effect of
Solution
Increase (CW) V3
May not add pressure
during hoisting
Hoist speed is decreased
Decrease (CCW) V5
May have more clamp
pressure in mainlift
than freelift. Available
clamping pressure in
freelift will be reduced.
High clamp pressure when
hoisting a light load or no
load
Turn V6 out (CCW)
Use V6 adjustment only
when extra clamp force
is required.
Clamped pressure is
substantially higher in
freelift over mainlift
Install switch if not
installed
Improved accuracy
Decrease (CCW) V5
Load may slip in freelift
Clamped pressure is
substantially lower in
freelift over mainlift
Increase (CW) V5
May over clamp in
freelift
Over clamps when mast
runs out of travel
Increase (CW) V4
May cut off needed
clamp pressure on
heavy loads
Arm speed is too slow
during clamping
Increase (CW) V1
May over clamp light
loads
Light loads that require
low starting pressure,
install optional arm
overdrive system
Driver may overclamp
load if button is not
released in time or relief
not properly set.
Hoist lowers while closing
arms
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P
ARTS
HYDRAULIC FORCE CONTROL KITS – LIMITED FREELIFT MAST
2
HFC
IN
MAST
OUT
No. 12 JIC
TR
1
UC
K
No. 12
O-Ring
3
4
3
No. 12 JIC
No. 10
O-Ring
5
AC0926.eps
Pressure Test Kit
AC1874.eps
AC0919.eps
AC0919.eps
Connector Kit
REF
1
2
3
4
5
14
QTY
PART NO.
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
6093682
6088041
6092596
6802656
6006014
6004478
6034612
6807816
DESCRIPTION
HFC Kit – without switch
HFC Valve
Non-Solenoid Intensify Valve
Fitting, 12-10
Test Point Fitting, 6-6
Test Point Fitting, 4-4
Pressure Test Kit
Connector Kit – Tank
6802876-R3
P
ARTS
HYDRAULIC FORCE CONTROL KITS – FULL FREELIFT MAST
5
6
2
No. 12 JIC
3
4
No. 12 JIC
No. 12
O-Ring
9
No. 10
O-Ring
0
1
!
Relay
8
7
Truck Fuse
Block
AC0919.eps
AC0919.eps
AC0926.eps
Pressure Test Kit
Connector Kit
AC2088.eps
REF
QTY
PART NO.
PART NO.
6097470
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
6095957 ◆
6097081
6802656
6095969 ◆
6095839 ◆
6088041
6017897 ◆
–
–
6006014
6004478
6034612
6807816
6097471
217932
6095957 ●
6097081
6802656
6095969 ●
6095839 ●
6088041
6017897 ●
6061953 ●
6064659 ●
6006014
6004478
6034612
6807816
■ Includes items 7 & 8.
◆ Included in Switch Group 6097464
● Included in Switch Group 6097465
Truck
Battery
DESCRIPTION
HFC Kit – 12V
HFC Kit – 24V-48V
Converter and Filter Kit ■
Wire Harness
Solenoid Operated Equalizer Valve
Fitting, 12-10
Switch Assembly
Switch Mounting Bracket
HFC Valve
Fuse - 5 amp
Voltage Converter, 24-48V➞12V
Voltage Filter
Test Point Fitting, 6-6
Test Point Fitting, 4-4
Pressure Test Kit
Connector Kit – Tank
15
P
ARTS
EQUALIZER & INTENSIFY VALVES
Non-Solenoid Intensify Valve
No. 12 JIC
2
7
4
1
REF
3
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
4
5
AC2089.eps
QTY
PART NO.
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
6092596
6092590
611293
604511
601377
6093794
6092647
2646
6031791
DESCRIPTION
Non-Solenoid Intensify Valve
Valve Body
Fitting, 12-12
Fitting, 6-6
Fitting, 8-8
Fitting, 12-12
Relief Valve Cartridge
Fitting, 8
Seal Kit
68
No. 12 JIC
Solenoid Equalizer Valve
2
1
No. 6 JIC
3
No. 12 JIC
49
5
REF
4
AC2090.eps
78
No. 12 JIC
16
6
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
QTY
PART NO.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6097081
6097065
601676
611293
6056977
6014287
6093794
6092647
6031791
6848726
DESCRIPTION
Equalizer Valve
Valve Body
Fitting, 6-6
Fitting, 12-12
Solenoid Valve
Coil - 12V
Fitting, 12-12
Relief Valve Cartridge
Seal Kit
Seal Kit
6802876-R3
P
ARTS
SENSOR SWITCH
2
1
2
AC1724.eps
REF
1
2
6802876-R3
QTY
PART NO.
1
1
6095969
6091430
6092966
DESCRIPTION
Switch Assembly
Bracket
Switch
17
P
ARTS
HFC VALVE
@*
!#
0!
2
1
%
^
89
$
AC1824.eps
3
REF
2
6
7
5&
4&
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
QTY
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
5
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
6088041
6088042
601377
604511
6091000
6090999
220865
609234
210379
6024964
661676
661312
6086327
6098001
604510
6054498
663694
6827324
6848726
HFC Valve ■
Valve Body
Fittings, 8-8
Fitting, 6-6
Pressure Sequence Valve Cartridge
Pressure Sequence Valve Cartridge
Shuttle Valve
Fitting, 4
PO Check Valve Cartridge
Seal Kit
Relief Valve Cartridge
Seal Kit
Directional Valve Cartridge
Relief Valve Cartridge
Fitting, 6
Orifice .020
Fitting, 3
Seal Kit
Seal Kit
■ Refer to Glossary for flow requirements.
18
6802876-R3
G
LOSSARY
Clamp Pressure – Pressure set to clamp a load.
Final Pressure (V2) – The final HFC adjusted clamp
pressure applied when the load is hoisted.
Freelift Pressure (V5) – Pressure in the hoist line when
the mast is in freelift state.
Mainlift Pressure (V5) – Pressure in the hoist line when
the mast has extended above freelift.
Maximum Clamp Pressure (V4) – The maximum pressure
set to clamp a load.
Overdrive System – A system to aid with increasing arm
speed and allows an attachment to have higher clamping
pressure when breaking out rolls.
Starting Pressure (V1) – The minimum clamp pressure
that will be applied, even on light loads.
Static Hoist Pressure (V3) – The hoist pressure to
achieve prior to hoisting.
Total Load Weight – The sum of the paper roll weight and
clamp weight.
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AMERICAS
Cascade Corporation
U.S. Headquarters
2201 NE 201st
Fairview, OR 97024-9718
Tel: 800-CASCADE (227-2233)
Fax: 888-329-8207
Cascade Canada Inc.
5570 Timberlea Blvd.
Mississauga, Ontario
Canada L4W-4M6
Tel: 905-629-7777
Fax: 905-629-7785
Cascade do Brasil
Rua João Guerra, 134
Macuco, Santos - SP
Brasil 11015-130
Tel: 55-13-2105-8800
Fax: 55-13-2105-8899
EUROPE-AFRICA
Cascade Italia S.R.L.
European Headquarters
Via Dell’Artigianato 1
37050 Vago di Lavagno (VR)
Italy
Tel: 39-045-8989111
Fax: 39-045-8989160
Cascade (Africa) Pty. Ltd.
PO Box 625, Isando 1600
60A Steel Road
Sparton, Kempton Park
South Africa
Tel: 27-11-975-9240
Fax: 27-11-394-1147
ASIA-PACIFIC
Cascade Japan Ltd.
2-23, 2-Chome,
Kukuchi Nishimachi
Amagasaki, Hyogo
Japan, 661-0978
Tel: 81-6-6420-9771
Fax: 81-6-6420-9777
Cascade Korea
121B 9L Namdong Ind.
Complex, 691-8 Gojan-Dong
Namdong-Ku
Inchon, Korea
Tel: +82-32-821-2051
Fax: +82-32-821-2055
Cascade-Xiamen
No. 668 Yangguang Rd.
Xinyang Industrial Zone
Haicang, Xiamen City
Fujian Province
P.R. China 361026
Tel: 86-592-651-2500
Fax: 86-592-651-2571
Cascade Australia Pty. Ltd.
1445 Ipswich Road
Rocklea, QLD 4107
Australia
Tel: 1-800-227-223
Fax: +61 7 3373-7333
Cascade New Zealand
15 Ra Ora Drive
East Tamaki, Auckland
New Zealand
Tel: +64-9-273-9136
Fax: +64-9-273-9137
Sunstream Industries
Pte. Ltd.
18 Tuas South Street 5
Singapore 637796
Tel: +65-6795-7555
Fax: +65-6863-1368
Cascade India Material
Handling Private Limited
No 34, Global Trade Centre
1/1 Rambaugh Colony
Lal Bahadur Shastri Road,
Navi Peth, Pune 411 030
(Maharashtra) India
Phone: +91 020 2432 5490
Fax: +91 020 2433 0881
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05-2011
Part Number 6802876-R3
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