Conveyair Grain Vac 6640 Operator’s and Parts Manual FK376 2009

Conveyair Grain Vac 6640 Operator’s and Parts Manual FK376 2009

Conveyair Grain Vac 6640

Operator’s and Parts Manual

FK376

2009

Introduction

Congratulations, you have selected a Buhler

Conveyair Grain Vac which is designed and engineered to help you make farming Easier,

Healthier and Safer.

Our knowledgeable engineering and production staff have built both performance and durability into each Buhler Conveyair. Our grain vacs have been sold to farmers in

Canada, Europe, the USA, Australia and the Middle East.

To get the maximum benefit from your

Buhler Conveyair please read the owner’s manual carefully.

How to use this manual

We recommend that you study this manual from beginning to end BEFORE operating your new Buhler Conveyair Grain Vac. We have tried to keep it brief and to the point. It is important that you pay special attention to the safety cautions in this book and on your equipment.

Safety Warnings and Symbols

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As with all farm equipment, it is extremely important that you familiarize yourself with all the safety precautions and follow them wisely.

Words like CAUTION or DANGER will tell you about things that could hurt you if you were to ignore the warning!

This safety symbol means:

“Don’t”

“Don’t do this” or

“Don’t let it happen”

Index Page

Introduction

Warranty Registration

Sign-off Form

Serial # Registration

Specifications

Safety Precautions

Transport

Setting Up

Break In

Operation

(a) Short Distance

(b) Long Distance

(c) Top Loading

(d) Clean Up

(e) Bins and Storage

Accessories

Lubrication

Service Record

Service and Maintenance

Torque Charts

Hydraulic Schematics

Trouble Shooting

Storage

Parts Manual

Warranty

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18

19

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15-18

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17

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4

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Inside Front Cover

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6-9

10

11-14

20-21

22

23-27

28

29-30

31-34

35

37-49

Inside Back Cover

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Serial Numbers

When you order parts or require service, provide your dealer with complete PARTS,

MODEL & SERIAL NUMBER(S)!

You will find TWO serial numbers on your unit, we suggest you enter these in your manual now for quick reference later:

LOCATIONS

1. Machine Serial number -

Look at rear of machine, right side

2. Blower Serial number -

Look at front of machine at side of blower facing receiver tank

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Machine Serial Number

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Blower Serial Number

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Specifications

Minimum Horse Power (1000 PTO RPM) 80

Length 2.43 m (96”)

Width

Height (transport)

2.36 m (93”)

2.54 m (100”)

Clearance (under cyclone)

Weight (complete with accessories)

Tire size

Tire Pressure

3.50 m (138”)

1106 Kg (2440lb)

6.70 x 15 (8 ply)

35 PSI

110

2.43 m (96”)

2.36 m (93”)

2.54 m (100”)

3.50 m (138”)

1204 Kg (2650 lb)

6.70 x 15 (8 ply)

35 PSI

SPECIFICATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE

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Read and understand the operation manual before operating the Conveyair. Always follow safety and operating instructions as outlined in this manual

Familiarize yourself with the terms shown on this page.

Boom clamp

Discharge Cyclone

Boom

Clamp

Boom Swivel

Lock

Upper Boom Hinge

Discharge Boom

Blower Protection System

(BPS)

Receiver Tank

Receiver

Tank Intake

Suction

Line

Vacuum

Relief

Valve

Control

Panel

Blower behind panel

Airlock

Hydraulic

Hose

Dust Canister

PTO Driveline

Hitch

Belt Cover Clean Out Nozzle

Belt

Cover

Silencer

Pressure

Relief Valve

Clean Out Nozzle

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Safety Precautions

Buhler Industries is concerned about your safety and is committed to the prevention of accidents. SAFE AND CORRECT USE of this equipment will help prevent accidents.

Be sure anyone who operates the Buhler

Conveyair Grain Vac has read and understood this manual! BEFORE operating, maintaining, adjusting or un-

plugging the grain vac. Review at least annually as per OSHA (Occupational Safety and

Health Administration) regulations 1928.57

SAFETY WARNINGS AND SYMBOLS

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Do not modify the equipment in any way.

Unauthorized modifications may impair the function and/or safety and could affect the life of the equipment.

This Safety Alert symbol means -

ATTENTION!

BE ALERT!

YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!

Watch out for ths symbol on your Buhler Conveyair Grain Vac and throughout the manual

SIGNAL WORDS:

DANGER - An immediate and specific hazard which WILL result in severe personal injury or death if the proper precautions are not taken.

WARNING - A specific hazard or unsafe practice which COULD result in severe personal injury or death if proper precautions are not taken.

CAUTION - Unsafe practices COULD result in personal injury if proper practices are not taken, or as a reminder of good safety practices.

Safety Precautions

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1. Wear appropriate ear protection.

2. Never wear ill-fitting, baggy or frayed clothing when working around or on any of the drive system components.

3. Always know where all overhead electrical wires are located and stay away from them.

4. Do not allow riders.

5. Install and secure all guards and shields before starting or operating.

6. Keep hands, feet, hair and clothing away from moving parts.

7. Place all controls in neutral, stop tractor engine, set park brake, remove ignition key and wait for all moving parts to stop before servicing, adjusting, repairing or unplugging.

8. Place all tractor and machine controls in neutral before starting.

9. Never operate the Conveyair and power unit inside a closed building.

10. Clear area of bystanders, especially small children, before starting.

Operating Safety

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11. Stay away from PTO shaft, intake nozzle and discharge when engaging PTO.

12. Keep all hydraulic lines, fittings and couplers tight and free of leaks.

13. Clean reflector, SMV and lights before transporting.

14. Use proper lighting when transporting.

15. Use a retainer or drawbar pin, secure

PTO shaft and install a safety chain when attaching to tractor.

16. Stay away from overhead electrical wires when operating boom or when moving.

17. Do not remove receiver inspection window while tractor is running.

18. Do not remove elbow from airlock outlet when tractor is running.

19. Stay clear of truck loading boom when folding it.

20. Review safety instructions with all operators annually.

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Safety Precautions

SAFETY DECAL LOCATIONS

Decals with “CAUTION”, “ DANGER”,

“WARNING”, and other information appear on your machine for your safety. Read the information carefully and replace the decals that are no longer legible.

D

A

C

F

DANGER

E

B

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ROTATING DRIVELINE HAZARD

To prevent serious injury or death from rotating driveline:

• Keep all guards in place when operating.

• Operate only at 1000 RPM.

• Keep hands, feet, hair and clothing away

Shield & Shaft “ A”

DANGER

ELECTROCUTION HAZARD

To prevent serious injury from electrocution:

Stay away from overhead electrical wires when operating the discharge boom. Electrocution can occur without direct contact.

68 056

Control Panel “B”

Safety Precautions

WARNING

ROTATING PART HAZARD

To prevent serious injury or death from rotating parts:

1. Close and secure guard before operating.

2. Shut-off engine and wait for moving parts to stop before opening to adjust, service, lubricate or unplug.

3. Keep hands, feet, clothing and hair away from moving parts.

Guard “C”

CAUTION

EMPTY DUST CANISTER

FREQUENTLY

AS PER OPERATORS MANUAL

Dust Canister “D”

WARNING

ROTATING AIRLOCK HAZARD

To prevent serious injury or death from airlock blades:

1. Do not place hands in tank when airlock is turning.

2. Shut-off engine and wait for moving parts to stop before opening door to adjust, service or unplug.

Receiver Tank “E”

WARNING

ROTATING AIRLOCK HAZARD

To prevent serious injury or death from airlock blades:

1. Do not place hands in tank when airlock is turning.

2. Shut-off engine and wait for moving parts to stop before opening door to adjust, service or unplug.

Back Frame “F”

WARNING

Do not place intake tube near feet when standing on top of grain. Sufficient material can be removed to draw the operator and intake tube into the grain. Submersion in grain can cause suffocation.

Bin Nozzle “G”

Dust Canister “D”

“F” Airlock behind frame

Bin Nozzle “G”

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Transport

The Buhler Conveyair Grain Vac is designed to be easily moved from location to location.

When transporting, follow this procedure:

Speed VS Weight Ratio

1.

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TRANSPORT SAFETY

Make sure you are in compliance with all local regulations regarding transporting equipment on public roads and highways.

2.

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.

3.

Do not allow anyone to ride on the grain vac or tractor during transport.

4.

Do not exceed 32 km/h (20 mph). Reduce speed on rough roads and surfaces.

5.

Use a retainer on the drawbar pin and install a safety chain before transporting.

6.

Always use proper lighting on the tractor when transporting.

7.

Stay away from overhead electrical wires.

Electrocution can occur without direct contact.

Road Speed Weight of fully equipped or loaded implement(s) relative to weight of towing machine.

1 to 1, or less Up to 32 km/h

(20 mph)

Up to 16 km/h

(10 mph)

2 to 1, or less

Do not tow More than 2 to 1

8. When using a ball and socket, make sure the locking jaws are pinned securely in position.

9. Make sure all components and accessories are retracted and securely stowed before moving.

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EQUIPMENT MATCHING

100

0 R

PM

=

410 mm

ATTACHING TRACTOR

Drawbar

1. Clear area of bystanders.

2. Use the jack on the hitch to adjust the height

Jack

Drawbar

To provide sufficient clearance for turning and to allow telescoping of the shaft, leave 410mm between the end of the shaft and drawbar pinhole centre. Consult your tractor manual for the drawbar adjustment procedure.

Tractor Horsepower (PTO RPM -1000)

Minimum Horsepower: 110

PTO Shaft

1000 RPM - 21 Spline. 35cm.

Attach PTO shield safety chain to hitch.

To prevent operating at the wrong

RPM Do Not use a shaft adapter on the tractor shaft .

Use extra care when using a tractor with a shiftable PTO speed.

One inch pin and retainer

PTO Shield anchor chain

of the hitch to the drawbar.

3. Slowly back up to the machine and align the drawbar with the hitch.

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

5. Insert a 1 inch (25 mm) hardened drawbar pin and install a retainer such as a Klik pin.

6. Attach a safety chain between tractor and

Grain Vac.

Hydraulic System

The power unit must have dual remote hydraulic outlets to operate the airlock motor and the boom lift circuit. The system must deliver at least 6 gpm (23 lpm) @ 1800 PSI.

Getting Ready

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Getting Ready

7. Open the belt cover and rotate the large pulley by hand to be sure the air pump turns freely.

Attach Hydraulic Lines

1. Clean hydraulic couplers and male tips.

(Buhler factory supplied male tips are Standard

150 Tips).

2. Route the hydraulic hoses along the hitch and away from moving parts. Secure in position with clips or ties. (Be sure hoses are not pinched or crimped).

BPS and Receiver Tank Screens

Before moving grain or other matrerials ensure both BPS screen and main receiver tank screen are installed in machine properly at all times. (see: location on drawing, page 13)

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Machine is shown with guard open for illustrative purposes only! Do not operate the machine with guard open.

Attach PTO Shaft

1. Clean splined yokes on the driveshaft.

2. Check that the driveshaft telescopes easily and that the shield turns freely on the shaft.

Lubricate or clean before attaching if it does not move freely.

3. Pull back locking collar on the yoke and slide the yoke over the splined shaft of the large pulley. Rotate the pulley by hand as needed to align the splines of the yoke and the shaft.

4. Be sure the locking pin clicks into its locking groove on the shaft.

5. Attach the shield anchor chain to the frame.

6. Close and secure the belt cover.

Oil Level

Check the oil level in the blower reservoir. Add correct oil as required.

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Position Boom

Getting Ready

Over Centre Clamp

Over

Centre

Clamp

Boom

Lever

Cyclone

Boom

BPS Screen

Inside

Main Receiver

Tank Screen

Inside

Suction line

Hydraulic

Boom

Lever

Boom Swivel

Boom Swivel

1. Set the park brake and run the tractor at low idle engine RPM. Place all controls in neutral.

Place chocks ahead and behind rear tires to prevent machine movement when operating.

2. Use the control lever in the cab to engage the remote hydraulic circuit.

3. Unlatch boom transport clamp, flip up the boom lock, and swing boom back until it clears the transport step.

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DANGER

Stay at least 15 feet (5 m) away from overhead power lines when moving the boom.

Electrocution can occur without direct contact.

4. Use hydraulic boom lever (Up to raise, down to lower). Carefully raise boom high enough to allow cyclone assembly (at end of boom) to swivel into position.

5. Secure cyclone into position, using overcenter clamp.

6. Now lift boom all the way into working position.

7. Secure boom with Over Centre Clamp.

8. Attach suction line to the receiver tank intake coupler. Close camlock couplers.

9. Flip transport step up during operation of

Conveyair.

BALL

VALVE

CLOSED

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All bystanders should stay well clear of boom when raising or lowering it!!

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Getting Ready

Airlock Rotation

Do not run the airlock in the reverse direction. Damage may occur to the hydraulic motor.

Breaking In

Your machine has been operated for a short time at the factory to assure good performance.

It can however not be considered broken in. It normally takes 5 to 10 hours of operation for all parts to be polished by the grain stream and for the machine to come up to full capacity.

We recommend the following checks during the break in period:

A. After operating for 1/2 hour -

1. Check for overheated bearing. Lubricate or adjust as required*.

2. Check for oil leaks. Tighten or replace part and oil as required*

Check the rotation of the airlock. Coupler should turn as indicated by arrow.

If airlock rotates in wrong direction, stop and reverse direction of control lever on the tractor, or shut down the hydraulic system and reverse the order of the hoses plugged into the tractor couplers.

For Best Performance

1. Working area should be reasonably level and dry.

2. The tractor should be positioned to have the driveline angles at a minimum.

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3. The Buhler Conveyair should be located so the intake line is as straight and as short as possible.

4. When using the Buhler Conveyair to load trucks, make sure there is adequate room for the receiving vehicle to get under the discharge cyclone.

WARNING

High pressure fluids can penetrate the skin and cause infection and toxic reaction.

3. Retorque all hardware - Wheel bolts and fasteners.

4. Check belt tension and adjust as required*.

5. Check the oil levels in the blower reservoirs.

If low, add oil as required. Check for leaks and correct if problem persists*.

* Check maintenance section for proper procedures. ( Also see page 27 for hydraulic safety)

B. After operating for 2 to 10 hours -

1. Perform the same checks and inspections as done at 1/2 hour.

2. After the 10 hour inspection, go to normal service and maintenance procedures.

Operation

1. Set Airlock Speed

For maximum performance adjust speed most suitable for material moved.

Material Airlock Speed (RPM)

Barley

Canola

Corn

Flax

Wheat

Oats

50 - 60

45 - 60

45 - 60

35 - 55

45 - 60

45 - 60

Material consistency varies widely in the field. Airlock speed is also affected by suction and discharge length. To obtain maximum performance, try different airlock speed, using above guide.

A rule of thumb is the larger and heavier the kernel, the faster the airlock should turn.

Tip - with light oats, or other light grains, slow PTO speed down to 900 or 950 RPM.

Adjusting Speed

Using a stop watch, the airlock can be set by counting the number of turns the coupler makes. Coupler is visible through the three slots in the deck of the machine. One turn per second equals 60 RPM.

Adjust airlock RPM by moving the airlock speed lever on your control panel towards # 10 to increase speed, toward # 1 to slow down. Move lever slowly, a small movement will make a significant change in airlock speed.

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Operation

SHORT DISTANCE TRANSFER

AIRSLIDE

Insert bin nozzle.

Connect hose from receiver intake to bin nozzle.

Set the air slide on the full bin nozzle all the way open and push the nozzle into the material to be moved.

Do not cover airslide with grain

IMPORTANT

If the machine still does not clear itself do the following:

a. Stop machine by slowly reducing tractor

RPM to an idle, then disengage PTO. Remove dust pail which will allow any material in the bottom of Blower Protection Cyclone to run out. b. Remove nozzle from grain source c. Start the machine and allow the Receiver tank to empty itself. Then stop machine again d. Remove the top on the Blower Protection

Cyclone and clean out any material in the top of the cyclone and in the pipe between the receiver tank and the Blower Protection

Cyclone.

e. Replace the Dust pail and the Top on the

Blower Protection Cyclone.

f. Start machine, (RECHECK AIRLOCK

SPEED , page 15) and reset the air slide as per start up instructions.

Note: Airlock should not turn faster than 65

RPM or slower than 30 RPM.

SIGHT GLASS

For PUSH SYSTEM only, remove receiver tank lid see page 17

BPS System

The line of the grain can be horizontal, angled or vertical depending on conditions.

Adjust the airslide on the full bin nozzle so that the material moves across the sight glass win-

dow of the receiver tank to approximately half way (no more than 2/3) up the window. If the machine starts to surge, slowly open slide till surging stops.

IMPORTANT

Note: Should the material stop moving and completely cover the sight glass window in the receiver tank, the machine will quickly plug. Immediately open the air slide fully, on the full bin nozzle, to allow the machine to clear itself. Remove the nozzle from the grain and forward and reverse the airlock several times to empty the tank. Then ensure the airlock is turning counter clockwise and resume operation as normal. Otherwise follow the next 6 steps:

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Dust Canister

LONG DISTANCE BLOWING

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WARNING

Do not use P.V.C. or other plastic tubing for long distance application. The build-up of static electricity could lead to an explosion.

Operation

CLEAN UP

When machine need not be at full capacity, e.g.

when cleaning bins, the tractor can be throttled down.

STEEL FLEX HOSE

Auxiliary airslide. Located on the airline between the receiver tank and the air pump.

If discharge length is more than 40 ft. (12 m) or if blower gets too hot to the touch, open the airslide approximately 1/4” - 1/2” (6 - 12mm) for every 100 ft. (30 m) discharge. Open further if blower still gets hot.

Opening the airslide too far will affect capacity as adversely as not opening it at all.

Feed grain below opening to second cyclone

TOP LOADING

(Push Only)

For top loading, remove top cover of large cyclone. To

avoid feed back be sure grain enters below opening to BPS

(smaller) cyclone.

POLY

INTAKE HOSE

The rougher walls of the steel flex hose and the poly intake hose provide more resistance than smooth pipe. Capacity may be lowered by 20 to 40% compared to straight piping.

Use Poly hose for clean up only.

Do not dent, stretch or overbend steel flex line excessively.

Do not store poly hose in sunshine, avoid sharp obstructions that could cut or puncture the hose.

For regular cleanup use a combination of steel flex line, straight piping and poly hose. This will give you the needed flexibility to easily get into corners and around obstructions without sacrificing too much capacity.

LONG DISTANCE SUCTION

For sucking grain more than thirty feet, use straight piping where possible!

Remember: The straighter the suction line the greater the capacity of the Conveyair.

SEED DRILL CLEAN OUT

When using the seed drill clean out kit, operate the tractor at idle only to reduce suction air flow.

The receiver tank can be used as a holding tank by stopping the airlock until the seed can be discharged into a truck or storage.

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Operation

CLEANUP OF SPILLS AND

GROUND STORED GRAIN

Extreme caution should be exercised when cleaning spills or grain stored on dirt. Sand and dirt may cause excessive wear to blower, and life expectancy of the unit can be reduced significantly.

FILLING BINS AND

TEMPORARY STORAGE

Multiple Bins (Parallel)

Rear discharge option required.

When discharging into bins, remove the airlock discharge elbow and couple the machine to stationary or movable piping.

For best performance, review recommended installation schematics. Use OEM parts to insure good sealing and maximum performance.

Contact your dealer for more information.

Silos over 100 feet tall can be filled with your CONVEYAIR!

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Multiple Bins (Series)

Bin Cyclone

30º Elbow

Compression Clamp

Top Bin Bracket

60º Elbow

Bin Bracket

Tubing

Quick Coupler approx. 4ft. (1.2M)

From Conveyair

Bin Fill System

Cam Lock Couplers

Cyclone sock for windy conditions

Seed Drill Cleanout Kit

Fenders

Accessories

9 1 8 3

4

9

7

2

7

5

6

Bin Accessories

1. Horizontal Pipe Section.

Steel or aluminum. Matched to

Buhler Conveyair Grain Vac.

2. Vertical Pipe Section. Specs as above.

Sections may be welded or coupled together with 3-bolt clamp.

3. Bin Top Cyclone. Cyclones come equipped with a rain cap and can also double as aeration vents.

For temporary installations, use the lightweight poly cyclone and attach with quick couplers.

4. 90 Degree long radius elbow. Weld in place or secure with 3-bolt clamp.

5. 6” Female quick couplers.

6. Delivery from Buhler Conveyair to bin.

Use a combination of short stainless lined steel flex and long radius 90 degree elbow.

7. Side wall bin brackets.

8. Angle top mount bracket.

9. 3 Bolt clamp.

10. SEE PARTS LIST FOR STANDARD HOSE

AND OTHER PARTS.

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Lubrication

Fluids and lubricants

Grease

Use any SAE multi -purpose high temperature grease with extreme pressure (EP) performances and containing at least 1.5% molybdenum disulfide or SAE Multi-Purpose Lithium Base Grease.

Use cold temperature grease during the winter.

Oil

Only use Blower Oil HD Synthetic Gear &

Bearing Oil. Do not blend with other oil.

Available through your nearest Buhler Dealer.

Part # GV14220

Capacity drive end 850 ml / 28.7 fl. oz US

Capacity gear end 1000 ml / 33.8 fl oz US

Hydraulic Oil Reservoirs:

Self Contained Hyd.

AW32 Hydraulic oil equal to or exceeding

SAE “SF” specifications.

Capacity - (31 qt. US)

Cleaning agent

WD40 or equivalent.

GREASING

1. Use only a manual grease gun for all greasing. Air powered grease guns may damage the seal on bearings, leading to early bearing failure.

IMPORTANT

Do not over grease, it can damage bearing seals.

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

3. Replace and repair broken fittings immediately.

8 Hours or Daily

PTO SHAFT (9 Locations)

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CAUTION

1. Place all controls in neutral, stop tractor engine, set park brake, remove ignition key and wait for all moving parts to stop before servicing.

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

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

Input Pulley Shaft, front and rear

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CAUTION

Machine is shown with guard open for illustrative purposes only. Do not operate machine with guard open.

8 Hours or Daily

Lubrication

100 Hours or 6 Months

Check air pump oil levels in reservoirs, front and rear (2 locations). Add as required

NOTE

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

50 Hours

Change the oil in air pump reservoirs (front and rear).

NOTE

Change every 30 hours if operating in very dusty conditions

200 Hours or Annually

Clean oil reservoir breather caps (2 locations) Repack wheel bearings (2 locations)

Grease as Required

Use winter friendly white lithium grease

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Service Record

See Lubrication and Maintenance sections for details of service. Copy this page to continue record.

ACTION:

CHECK

L LUBRICATE

C CHANGE

R REPACK

CL CLEAN

MAINTENANCE

8 Hours or Daily

HOURS

SERVICED

BY

L PTO Shaft (7)

L Input Pulley Shaft Front & Rr. (2)

V Belt Tension

Air Pump Oil Level in Reservoir (2)

+ CL System Filter

L Boom Grease Nipples

50 Hours

CL Oil Reservoir. Breather Caps (2)

100 Hours or 6 Month

C Oil in Air Pump Reservoir Front & Rear

Annually

R Wheel Bearings (2)

CL Machine

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OBSERVE ALL SAFETY

PRECAUTIONS!

V-BELT TENSION

5005 - force = 8 to 11 pounds

5006 - force = 8 to 11 pounds

6006 - force = 11 to 15 pounds

Force per belt.

1/2 inch deflection

Maintenance

4. Use the adjusting bolts to move the pulley assembly to apply the proper tension to the belts and also to align the pulleys with each other.

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CAUTION

Machine is shown with guard open for illustra- tive purposes only. Do not operate machine with guard open.

Check belt tension after initial one (1) to two (2) hours of operation and daily thereafter.

V Belt tension testers are available at most belt service centres.

1. Place PTO and hydraulic controls in neutral and shut-off engine. Disconnect the PTO shaft from the tractor.

2. Unlatch belt shield cover and open cover.

5. Place a straight edge across the faces of the two pulleys. Maximum allowable misalignment is 1/16” (2mm) on any of the pulley edges. Adjust as required.

6. Be sure the belt tension is correct.*

7. Tighten bearing mount bolts and jam nuts.

8. Close and latch belt cover.

3. Loosen jam nut on adjuster bolts and loosen the bearing mounting bolts.

* DO NOT MIX OLD AND NEW BELTS!

To extend the life of your bearings and shafts we recommend that you replace all 5 belts when one or more are frayed or broken. Older belts which have stretched over time require a different setting than new belts. To get the right tension on the old belts you will put too much tension on the new belt(s) putting undue strain on shafts and bearings!

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Maintenance

AIRLOCK TIPS

Check Airlock Tips clearance when there is a noticeable drop in capacity of the Conveyair.

If clearance exceeds 0.015” (0.38mm) adjust as shown below.

3. Remove the eight bolts securing the receiver tank to the airlock mount plate. Remove the receiver tank from the frame.

a. Checking clearance:

Disengage PTO and hydraulic power and shut off engine. Wait for all moving parts to stop.

2. Relieve the pressure on the hydraulic lines and disconnect from tractor.

3. Remove hydraulic lines from the airlock drive motor to allow rotation of the airlock.

!

CAUTION

High pressure fluids can penetrate the skin and cause infection and toxic reaction.

4. Open the inspection door on the receiver tank. Use a feeler gauge to check the clearance between the tips and the shell.

b. Airlock Tip Adjustment

1. Remove the connector on the air line between the BPS and the receiver tank.

2. Attach an overhead hoist to the receiver tank.

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WARNING

ROTATING AIRLOCK HAZARD

To prevent serious injury or death from airlock blades:

1. Do not place hands in tank when airlock is turning.

2. Shut-off engine and wait for moving parts to stop before opening door to adjust, service or unplug.

4. Position tip next to top of shell.

5. Loosen slightly the 5 bolts attaching the tip to the blade of the airlock.

6. Move the tip until you have 0.006” (0.15 mm) clearance between tip end and clockwise side of shell.

7. Tighten the bolts and torque to 20-25 ft. lbs.

(34-40 Nm).

8. Rotate the rotor clockwise to ensure that there is no contact between the tips, end plates and the shell. Adjust if there is contact.

9. Mark the tip with a felt pen as done and proceed with remaining tips till all have been adjusted.

10. Replace receiver tank and check that all connections are airtight.

RESERVOIR BREATHER

(Clean every 50 hours)

Clean breathers allow the pressure in the oil reservoir to equalize with the outside as the temperature changes.

Maintenance

AIR PUMP OIL RESERVOIR

(Change oil every 100 hours, more often if conditions are very dusty).

1. Place small pan under the drain plug and remove plug. Drain for 10 minutes.

2. Re-install and tighten the drain plug.

Breather hole

Sight glass

1. Remove breather from the top of the reservoirs.

2. Soak/wash in a good grade of solvent.

3. Dry with an airhose and re-install.

3. Remove breather and add oil through the breather hole. Fill to center of the sight glass and re-install breather.

IMPORTANT

• Overfilling causes heating from the oil churning.

• Underfilling causes heating from lack of lubrication.

10 O’Clock

4”

2”

2”

1. Remove burrs, dirt, grease from pipe ends.

2. Measure and mark both ends of the pipe at a distance that is half the length of the coupling.

3. Slide coupling over one pipe until it meets your mark, Insert next pipe section until pipes butt.

Avoid disturbing gasket or inner sleeve.

4. Partially tighten ‘CENTRE’ bolt first, then uniformly alternate tightening all the bolts to 40 lbs. torque.

5. Tighten until top of flange is touching and there is approx. 3/16” of space at bottom of flange.

6. Make sure gasket joint and inner sleeve joint are at proper locations. (10 o’clock - 2 o’clock)

2 O’Clock

4. Repeat on other reservoir.

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AIR PUMP OIL RESERVOIR

25

Maintenance

BPS

(Blower Protection System)

The air which is sucked from the receiver tank and drawn toward the air-pump contains dust which is harmful to the pump. This dust is trapped by the BPS system and collected in the dust canister. The amount of dust collected depends on the amount of dust and fines in the grain being moved.

NOTE

If machine is allowed to overfill (plug) - a. Remove screen on top of BPS and clean if required and reinstall.

Remove BPS lid and take out Screen

DO NOT strike the screen with any hard object as damage to the screen will diminish its effectiveness.

Dust canister

Remove and empty dust canister regularly. Do not allow to overfill. When canister is three quarters full it should be considered full!

b. Empty canister and also allow any grain which may have accumulated in BPS to run out.

Refer to unplugging instructions under

OPERATION on page 16.

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Maintenance

SHEAR PIN

A shear pin is provided in the PTO shaft to protect the drive system during an overload.

Changing the Shear Pin

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

2. Disconnect the PTO shaft from the tractor and lay to the side to provide maximum clearance for the shear bolt.

3. Carefully remove remaining shear bolt using a hammer and punch if necessary. Do not enlarge the holes.

4. Install the new shear bolt and tighten.

IMPORTANT

These shear bolts are specially designed to provide protection for the drive system. Do not install just any bolt, use genuine

OEM parts.

HYDRAULIC SAFETY

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

2. Replace any worn, cut, abraded, flattened or crimped hoses and metal lines.

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

Do not use tape, clamps or cement to repair hydraulic lines.

The hydraulic system operates under high pressure, creating a hazardous unsafe condition when such repairs fail suddenly.

4. 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 leak.

5. If injured by a concentrated high pressure stream of hydraulic fluid, seek attention immediately. Serious infection or toxic reaction can develop from hydraulic fluid piercing the skin surface.

WARNING

High pressure fluids can penetrate the skin and cause infection and toxic reaction.

27

Check tightness of bolts periodically, using bolt torque chart as a guide. Always replace hardware with the same strength bolt.

English Torque Specifications

SAE-2 SAE-5 SAE-8

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

Torque values indicated above are valid for nongreased or non oiled threads and heads unless otherwise specified. Do not grease or oil bolts or capscrews unless otherwise specified in this manual. When using locking elements, increase torque values by 5%.

A

Bolt

Diameter

“A”

M3

M4

M5

M6

M8

M10

M12

M14

M15

M20

M24

Bolt

Dia.

Bolt Torque*

SAE 2 SAE 5 SAE 8

“A” N.m (lb-ft) N.m (lb-ft) N.m (lb-ft)

1/4” 8 (6) 12

5/16” 13 (10) 25

(9) 17 (12)

(19) 36 (27)

3/8” 27

7/16” 41

1/2” 61

9/16” 95

(20)

(30)

(45)

(70)

45

72

110

155

(33)

(53)

(80)

(115)

63

100

155

220

(45)

(75)

(115)

(165)

5/8” 128 (95) 215 (160) 305 (220)

3/4” 225 (165) 390 (290) 540 (400)

7/8” 230 (170) 570 (420) 880 (650)

1” 345 (225) 850 (630) 1320 (920)

Metric Torque Specifications

A

8.8

10.9

Bolt Torque*

6

10

25

50

8.8

N.m

(lb-ft)

3

.5

(.4)

(2.2)

(4)

(7)

(18)

(37)

90 (66)

140 (103)

225 (166)

435 (321)

750 (553)

10.9

N.m

(lb-ft)

1.8

(1.3)

4.5

(3.3)

9

15

(7)

(11)

35 (26)

70 ( 52)

125 (92)

200 (148)

310 (228)

610 (450

)

1050 (774)

HYDRAULIC FITTING

TORQUE

Tighten Flare Tube Fittings*

1. Check flare and flare seat for defects that might cause leakage.

2. Align tube with fitting before tightening.

3. Lubricate connection and hand tighten swivel nut.

4. To prevent twisting the tube(s), use two wrenches. Place one wrench on the connector body and with the second tighten the swivel nut to the torque shown.

Tube Nut size Torque

Size Across

OD Flats

Value*

Recommended

Turns to Tighten

(After finger

Tightening) in. in. N.m (lb-ft) Flats Turns

3/16 7/16 8 ( 6) 1 1/6

1/4 9/16 12 (9) 1 1/6

5/16 5/8 16 (12) 1 1/6

3/8 11/16 24 (18) 1 1/6

1/2 7/8

5/8

46 (34) 1 1/6

1 62 (46) 1 1/6

3/4 1 1/4 102 (75) 3/4 1/8

7/8 1 3/8 122 (90) 3/4 1/8

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* The torque values shown are based on lubricated connections as in reassembly.

Boom

Cylinder

Hydraulic Hose

Boom

Hydraulic Valve

Control

Panel

Hydraulic

Motor

To Tractor

From Tractor

29

Hydraulic Hose

Hydraulic

Oil Tank

Filter

Boom

Cylinder

Boom

Hydraulic Valve

Control

Panel

30

Hydraulic

Motor

Hydraulic

Pump

31

Troubleshooting

The heart and lungs of the Conveyair Grain Vac are the airlock and the blower (air pump). Both components must be operating at their recommended speed to obtain maximum efficiency from the machine.

The blower is driven by a belt and pulley system from the PTO on a tractor. The airlock is driven by a hydraulic motor powered by the hydraulic system on the tractor or by a self contained hydraulic system.

If you encounter a problem that is difficult to solve, even after having read through this trouble shooting section, please call your local dealer or the factory. Before you call, please

have this Operators Manual and the serial numbers from your Grain Vac ready.

In North America call

(204) 822-4467

Discharge

Boom

BPS

Dust

Canister

Vacuum (air) Intake

Suction

Airpump

Blower

Silencer

Discharge Airlock

Pressure

PROBLEM

Low capacity

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CAUSE SOLUTION

Tractor PTO runs slow.

Speed up tractor PTO to rated RPM for the model.

540 Instead of 1000 RPM.

Change tractor or PTO speed shaft.

Belts are slipping.

Airlock runs too fast.

Tighten belts.

Slow down airlock speed until grain builds up to the level of inspection door.

Adjust air intake.

Improper air intake.

Improper use of nozzle.

Air leaks - Intake.

Use full bin nozzle for larger piles and full bins. Use cleanup nozzle with flair for cleanup only. Do not submerge airslide in grain.

Check for worn coupler levers or missing coupler gaskets.

Air leaks - Machine.

Check BPS, receiver section, and airlock gaskets.

Check pressure and vacuum relief valve.

Check clamps on airline between receiver tank and

BPS and between BPS and blower.

PROBLEM

Low capacity.

Excessive grain damage.

Pulsation

BPS plugs

Troubleshooting

CAUSE SOLUTION

Improper piping.

Too much air intake.

PTO running too fast.

Keep suction lines as short as possible.

Minimize bends.

Use straight length of pipe wherever possible.

Use the poly hose for clean up only!

Airlock tip clearance high.

Adjust airlock tips. ( See PAGE 24)

Airlock end plate clearance.

If rotor to end plate clearance is more than 0.015” consult the dealer or factory.

Adjust air intake nozzle.

Throttle down tractor.

Repair or replace.

Damaged tubing or flexline.

Insufficient grain supply.

Reposition nozzle.

Insufficient air at intake.

Airlock turning too fast.

Improper piping.

Open slide until grain flow becomes even.

Adjust airlock speed until grain is at level of the inspection door.

Replace steel flex or poly hose with rigid tubing wherever possible.

Use proper line size.

Suction line too small.

PTO running too slow .

Belts are slipping.

Increase PTO RPM.

Tighten belts.

Adjust airlock tips.

Excessive airlock tip clearance.

Airlock turning too slow.

Obstruction in suction.

Shut down machine and clear line obstruction.

Airlock turning too slowly.

Increase airlock speed until grain is at the proper level on the inspection window.

Airlock turning too fast.

Adjust airlock speed until grain is at the proper level on the inspection door.

Airlock not turning.

Decrease airlock speed until the grain is at the proper level on the inspection door.

Check for proper hydraulic hook-up. Check for and remove obstruction airlock.

33

Troubleshooting

PROBLEM CAUSE SOLUTION

Airlock not turning Flow control valve wrong. Reset flow control.

at all.

Tractor hydraulic not properly engaged.

Reset tractor hydraulics.

Obstruction in airlock.

Shift tractor hydraulic lever from FORWARD to

REVERSE and back TO FORWARD. Repeat if obstruction does not clear up. If obstruction does not clear up, shut off tractor and grain vac, open inspection door and remove cause of obstruction.

Faulty tractor hydraulics. Use different tractor.

Hydraulic oil heating up excessively.

Excessive wear on air lines.

Low oil level.

Improper piping.

Too much air flow.

Add oil.

Minimize bends.

Adjust airslides and airlock speed.

Insufficient grain supply. Reposition intake nozzle.

Open grain supply doors.

Excessive PTO speed. Operate at proper recommended PTO speed.

34

Storage

Prior to storage we recommend that you thoroughly inspect your Conveyair.

1. Replace any worn or damaged components.

2. Wash and clean the machine. After clean-

ing, run machine at low idle for 2 -3 minutes to dry the internal components.

Inject

Cleaning

Agent

Here

3. While machine is running at an idle, open the cleaning port and inject a cleaning agent such as WD40 for 45 - 60 seconds. This will coat the inside of the air pump to help prevent rusting.

4. Lubricate all grease points. Make sure all grease cavities have been filled with grease to remove any water residue.

5. Retract and stow all components and accessories and install cover over the boom pivot.

(Keeps out dirt and small animals).

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

7. Inspect, clean or empty the BPS.

8. Check the fluid level in the air pump oil reservoirs. Add oil as required.

9. Touch up all paint nicks and scratches to help prevent rusting.

10. For storage, select an area which is dry and level. Make sure unit is firmly blocked and will not tip or sink into a soft area. Place a plank under jack for added support.

35

36

Repair Parts List

ASSEMBLY

FRAME & WHEEL ASSEMBLY

RECEIVER TANK & DUST COLLECTOR

AIRLOCK & BLOWER ASSEMBLIES

BOOM & CYCLONE

BELT DRIVE

CLEAN UP & BIN NOZZLES

STEEL FLEX HOSE & COUPLERS

CLEAN UP HOSE & COUPLERS

DRIVESHAFT

SELF-CONTAINED HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

STANDARD CONTAINED HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

Index

PARTS

PAGE NO.

43

44

45

46 & 47

48 & 49

37

38

39

40

41

42

When ordering parts specify: model, size, serial number and ordering number.

Repair List

FRAME & WHEEL ASSEMBLY

19

20

1

Revised 0109

18

22

2

23

17

5

12

14

3

4 6

7

8 9

10 11

Item Ordering N No.

No.

No.

Req.d

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

GV11600 1

GV30500

GV30023

GV30001

GV60014

GV20024

GV20025

GV20026

GV30026

GV20027

GV20028

GV56046

GV60012

GV30027 2

GV30029

GV30512

1

1

1

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

17

GV11620

18

GV60015

19

20

GV68503

GV11529

21

22

23

GV30028 10

-

-

7

6

1

1

1

2

Description

Main frame

Hitch assembly

Snap ring

Jack

Amber reflector

Wheel seal

Bearing cone inner

Bearing cup inner

Wheel hub

Bearing cone outer

Bearing cup outer

Flat washer 3/4”

Cotter key

Castle nut

Dust cap

Tire/rim assembly, ST205 x 15

Boom support

Red reflector

Slow Moving Vehicle sign

Slow Moving Vehicle spade 112409

Wheel bolt

3/8” x 1 1/4” Gap screw, flat washer & lock nut

1/2” x 3” Gap screw, flat washer & lock nut

13

15

When ordering parts specify: model, size, serial number and ordering number

16

21

37

Revised 0109

Receiver Tank & Dust Collector

REPAIR

PARTS LIST

20a

20b

24

25

Item

No

Ordering No.

Model

No.

Req’d

Description

12

13

14

15

8

9

10

11

5

6

7

7a

3

4

1

2

16

17

18

19

GV14400

GV45630

GV64030

GV64501

20a

GV64500

20b GV64500

21

22

GV64503

-

23

GV26013

24

GV15651

24

GV15653

GV19504

GV19514

GV19500

GV15525

GV19512

GV26011

GV15640

GV15632

GV64510

GV26052

GV64001

GV15520

GV64504

GV10627

GV45505

GV26119

38

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

Dust cyclone top plate

Screen, Blower protection system

Dust cyclone

Ring, pail seal

Dust cyclone pail

5” Seal clamp

Top Loading Receiver tank without coupler

Receiver tank top plate

Pail gasket, 825 - 045 - 44 inches

Female coupler

Foam gasket -1/4 in x 1 in x 28 inches

Window receiver

Foam gasket - 70 inches

Airlock - see page 39

Airline blower inlet

Vacuum relief valve

1

2

1

1

Blower complete with Oil filter - see page 39

2 Piece airline blower output - see page 39

Gasket Blower, 5.3 1/8

Blower Gasket, 1/16 rubber

Rubber channel, 1/4 x 3/8 - 58”

- Rubber channel, 1/4 x 3/8 - 38”

Foam gasket, 60 inches

2 1/4” Flat washer & lock nut

1 Pressure Relief Valve

1 Screen Main Receiver Tank (anti-plug)

1 Screen handle, factory installed

When ordering parts specify: model, size, serial number and ordering number

REPAIR

PARTS LIST

Airlock & Blower Assemblies

Revised 0109

27

26

Item

No.

00

14

15

17

10

11

12

13

6

7

8

9

9A

3

4

5

0

1

2

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

No.

GV10627

GV10630

GV10631

-

-

GV10632

GV20011

GV20007

GV20010

GV10021

GV10513

GV20006

GV22228

GV10017

GV10637

GV14400

GV45603

GV26044

GV26011

GV64030

GV64501

GV14400

GV22136

GV22044

GV22149

GV14431

GV20015

GV26013

GV45650

No.

Req’d

2

2

1

1

1

1

2

1

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

3

1

2

1

1

1

Description

Airlock assembly, complete with motor

Wiper

Retainer Wiper

Bolt, 1/4” x 1 1/2” complete with flat/L washer and nut

Flex tip wiper

Bolt, 1/4” x 1 1/2” complete with flat/L washer and nut

Chain coupler cover (to mid 1997)

Chain coupler sprocket (to mid 1997)

Chain - chain coupler (to mid 1997)

Chain coupler sprocket - splined (to mid 1997)

Coupler weldment (mid 1997 models and up)

Woodruff key

Hydraulic motor - White

Bracket for mounting airlock motor

Airlock, less motor

Blower complete with breather vents

Flange airlock inlet reducer 6” to 5”

Seal clamp. 5”

Gasket, 5” x 3 1/8”

Gasket, 1/16” rubber

Blower less breathers

Galvanized steel nipple, 3/4” x 2 1/2”

Galvanized coupler nipple, 3/4”

Galvanized hexagon bushing, 3/4” x 2 1/2”

Breather vent

O Ring

Pressure relief valve

Silencer

When ordering parts specify: model, size, serial number and ordering number

39

REPAIR

PARTS LIST

Revised 0109

BOOM & CYCLONE

40

ITEM

P/N

NO.

1

GV29682

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

GV29690

GV43688

GV29620

GV29630

GV31046

GV31039

GV45611

9

10

GV45603

GV29507

11

12

GV56051

GV56003

13

14

GV64033

GV27032

GV29508

15

16

17

GV29535

GV29643

18

19

20

21

GV20015

GV29540

GV26042

GV60032

GV22502

22

23

24

25

26

27

GV31007

GV31010

GV60033

GV60030

GV20019

Model 6640 - New Boom

QTY.

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

1

DESCRIPTION

1 Boom Mount Assembly

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

1

2

4

1

2

1

1

1

1

3

Bottom Boom Std.

Discharge Swivel

Upper Boom

Boom Extension

Poly Cyclone

Cyclone Thimble Assembly

Elbow Airlock Outlet

Airlock Outlet Flange

Threaded Rod Boom Clamp

1/2” Coupler Nut

1/2” Jam Nut

Boom Gasket

Boom Handle 32”

Boom Hinge Pin

Boom Ext. Hinge Pin

Boom Bearing Washer

“O” Ring

Boom Lock

2 Bolt Compression Clamp

Boom Handle Clamp

Hyd. Cylinder (2508 ASE,c/w Pins)

Cyclone Steel Liner Long

Cyxlone Poly Liner Long

Cyclone Extension Boot

Boom Cover

Grease Fitting - 1/4x28

When ordering parts specify: model, size, serial number and ordering number

See

Page 25 for installation instruction

REPAIR

PARTS LIST

Belt Drive

Revised 0109

1

13

14

12

2

18

3

5

7

6

17

16

16A

4 9

8 10 11

15

3

4

1

2

Item Ordering No.

No.

Model

6640

No

Req’d

GV11520 1 Belt Cover

GV18504 1 Bushing, 1 3/8 complete with bolts

GV18050 1 Sheave

GV18502 1 Spline shaft, 1 3/8, 6 spline

9

10

11

12

7

8

5

6 -

GV20502 1 Key, 5/16 x 2

2 Flat washer and nylon nut, 1/2 inch

GV18505 5 V-Belt

GV20501 2 Pillow block bearing, 1 3/8

GV11503 2 Bolt weldment - bearing

GV56026 2 Tap bolt, 1/2 x 3 3/4

GV56003 2 Jam Nut, 1/2”

GV18010 1 Bushing, 1 7/16 complete with bolts

13

14

GV20018 1 Key, 3/8 x 2

GV18052 1 Sheave

SELF CONTAINED HYDRAULICS - OPTIONAL

15 GV18510 1 Sheave, 6.4 QT

16 GV18511 1 Bushing, 9/16 QT complete with bolts

16a GV18515 1 Bushing, 5/8 QT complete with bolts Serial 2659 & up (Key 3/16”x3/4” long)

17 GV18513 1 Belt, B38

18 GV18512 1 Sheave 5V, 5.2, replaces 18052

When ordering parts specify: model, size, serial number and ordering number

41

Revised 0109

Cleanup & Full Bin Nozzles

REPAIR

PARTS LIST

Item

No.

Ordering

No.

No

Req’d

Description

10

13

14

16

8

9

4

5

0

1

2

3

GV43030 1 Cleanup assembly complete

GV60021 1 Shoulder strap

GV60008 1 Handle grip

2 Nylon nut 3/8”

-

GV26006 1 Male coupler

4 Carriage bolt, 1/4” x 3/4” complete with flat washer

GV43525 1 Rotary elbow weldment

GV26011 1 Seal clamp

2 Wing nut and flat washer, 3/8”

GV43004 2 Bottom slide assembly

GV43003 2 Top slide

GV60009 2 Rigid Caster

12

13

14

15

17

18

19

20

1 Carriage bolt, 1/4” x 3/4”. complete with washer and nut

GV43060 1 Spacer pipe intake flare

1 Machine bolt, 1/4” x 3”, flat lock washer and nut

GV43129 1 Bored intake flare

21 GV26063 1 Quick release T-bolt clamp

22 GV43031 1 Aluminum tube

00

G

V43082 1 Intake Flare assembly,

16 to 20

(T-bolt clamp not included)

000

GV43610

1 Full bin nozzle assembly

10

11

2 Wing nut and flat washer, 3/8”

GV26051 11 Male coupler

GV43608 1 Handle

GV43004 2 Bottom slide assembly

GV43003 2 Top slide

GV43609 1 Tube

When ordering parts specify: model, size, serial number and ordering number

42

REPAIR

PARTS LIST

Steel Flex Hose & Couplers

Revised 0109

9 7

4c

6

5

8

2

3

4a

4b

4

2

3 1

Item

No.

0

8

9

5

6

7

4

4a

4b

4c

1

2

3

Ordering

No.

GV43047

GV26051

GV56030

GV56027

GV43048

GV43050

GV26073

GV26047

GV26086

GV26085

GV26082

GV26052

GV64029

No.

Req’d

1

2

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

8

8

1

1

Description

Steel Flex Hose Assembly - includes 1-9

Male Coupler

Lock Nut, 1/4” NC x 3/4”

Carriage Bolt, 1/4” NC x 3/4”

Steel Flex Hose, 10 ft.

Tubing

Steel Flex Poly Lock, 10 ft.

Hose End Reducer

Cam Lever

Finger Ring

Cam Lever Pin

Fem Coupler Assembly - includes 5-7

Coupler Gasket

When ordering parts specify: model, size, serial number and ordering number

43

REPAIR

PARTS LIST

10

9

Cleanup Hose & Couplers

Revised 0109

8 7

6

2

5

4 3 2

1

7

8

9

9

10

10

10

4

5

6

0

1

2

5

6

2

4

0

1

4

5

2

3

6

0

1

Item Ordering

No.

No.

5

6

3

4

0

1

2

Description

GV43034 Complete Hose Assembly - 4” x 14’, 4” female x 5” male

GV26006

GV56027

Male Coupler, 5”

Carriage Bolt, 1/4” NC x 3/4”, Lock Nut & Washer

GV26028

GV26112

GV43035

GV26005

Reducer, 5” - 4”

Poly Hose, 4” x 14’

Tube

Female Coupler, 4” - includes 7 - 9

GV43056 Complete Hose Assembly - 5” x 14’, 5” female x 6” male

GV26051

Male Coupler, 6”

GV56027

GV26044

GV26113

GV43029

GV26007

Carriage Bolt, 1/4” NC x 3/4”, Lock Nut & Washer

Reducer, 6” - 5”

Poly Hose, 5” x 14’

Tube

Female Coupler, 5” - includes 7 - 9

Number

Required

1

1

8

1

1

1

14 feet

1

1

8

1

14 feet

1

1

GV43019 Complete Hose Assembly - 6” x 14’, 6” female x 6” male

GV26051

Male Coupler, 6”

GV56027

GV26120

GV43050

GV26052

Carriage Bolt, 1/4” NC x 3/4”, Lock Nut & Washer

Poly Hose, 6” x 14’

Tube

Female Coupler, 6” - includes 7 -9

1

1

2

1

8

14 feet

GV43079 Complete Hose Assembly - 5” x 14’, 5” female x 5” male

GV26006

GV56027

Male Coupler, 5”

Carriage Bolt, 1/4” NC x 3/4”, Lock Nut & Washer

GV26113

GV43029

GV26007

Poly Hose, 5” x 14’

Tube

Female Coupler, 5” - includes 7 - 9

1

1

8

14 feet

2

1

GV26083

GV26085

GV26081

GV26082

GV64027

GV64028

GV54029

Coupler parts

Cam Lever, for 4” & 5”

Finger Ring

Pin Cam Lever, for 4” & 5”

Pin Cam Lever, for 6”

Coupler Gasket, for 4”

Coupler Gasket, for 5”

Coupler Gasket, for 6”

2

2

2

2

2

2

2

When ordering parts specify: model, size, serial number and ordering number

44

REPAIR

PARTS LIST

1 3

14

6

Driveshaft

(LA MAGDALENA - 1000RPM)

13

9

8

2b

Revised 0109

17

15

16

11

12

9

7

5 6 4

Item Ordering

No.

No.

0 GV16102 1

1

GV16201

2a.

GV16202

2b.

GV16217

3

GV16203

4

GV16110

1

2

1

1

2

No.

Req’d

9

10

11

12

5

6

7

8

GV16204

GV16112

GV16205

GV16208

GV16209

GV16207

GV16210

GV16211

13

14

GV16212

GV16213

15

GV16214

16

GV16206

2

1

1

1

1

2

1

1

1

1

1

1

Description

Drive shaft complete for 5” and 6” units

End yoke, 1 3/8” - 21 spline

Pin Kit

Pin Kit 2008 Model Vacs and later

Cross and bearing kit

Grease nipple

Yoke, Inner profile

Spring pin

Inner profile

Outer shield tube

Shield bearing

Shield Complete - Inner & Outer

Inner shield tube

Safety Chain

Outer profile

Yoke, outer profile

Shear bolt clutch yoke

Shear bolt, 10 mm x 65 mm, 8.8 DIN

When ordering parts specify: model, size, serial number and ordering number

3

45

Self Contained Hydraulic System

46

18

1

21

2

23

22

10

3

4

12

14 16

15

17

19

20

13

24

7

11

8

24

18

9

rev. 03/09

5

6

REPAIR

PARTS LIST

Self Contained Hydraulic System

Revised 03/09

21

22

23

24

25

17

18

19

20

13

14

15

16

9

10

11

12

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

Item Ordering

No.

No

GV22066 1

GV22550

1

GV22068 1

GV22502

1

No.

Required

GV22700

GV22510 1

GV22540

GV22228

GV22664

GV22702

GV22704

1

1

1

1

1

1

GV22705 1

GV22706

GV22707

GV22708 1

GV22709

1

GV22710

GV22714

GV22715

GV22716

GV22718

GV22719

GV22721

GV22722

1

1

1

6

2

2

2

1

GV22720 1

1

1

Description

Filter Breather

Tank - for self-contained hydraulics

Filter

Hydraulic Cylinder

Valve Bank

Mount for Hydraulic Valve

Hydraulic Pump

Hydraulic Motor

Mount for Hydraulic Pump

Hose - Motor to Valve

Hose - SCH Suction

Hose - SCH Return

Hose - SCH Pump to Valve

Hose - Boom (138”) (for Standard Boom)

Hose - Boom (148”) (for Standard Boom)

Hose - Boom (154”) (for High Reach Boom)

Hose - Boom (164”) (for High Reach Boom)

Fitting 10MB-8MJ

Fitting 10MB-6MJ

Fitting 6MJ-6MP90

Fitting 12MP-8MJ

Fitting 8MB-8FJX

Fitting 8MB-8FJX

Fitting 12MB-8MJ90

Fitting 10MB-8MJ90

When ordering parts specify: model, size, serial number and ordering number

47

5

Standard Hydraulic System

12

1

6

8

7

9

11

2

rev. 03/09

12

10

3

4

48

13

When ordering parts specify: model, size, serial number and ordering number

REPAIR

Standard Contained Hydraulic System

PARTS LIST

Revised 03/09

Description Item Ordering

No.

No

9

10

11

12

13

7

8

5

6

3

4

1

2

GV22502 1

GV22700

1

GV22510 1

GV22228

1

GV22702 1

GV22707

1

GV22708

GV22709

1

1

GV22710

GV22714

GV22715 2

GV22716

2

GV22703

1

6

2

No.

Required

Hydraulic Cylinder

Valve Bank

Mount for Hydraulic Valve

Hydraulic Motor

Hose - Motor to Valve

Hose - Boom (138”) (for Standard Boom)

Hose - Boom (148”) (for Standard Boom)

Hose - Boom (154”) (for High Reach Boom)

Hose - Boom (164”) (for High Reach Boom)

Fitting - 10MB-8MJ

Fitting - 10MB-6MJ

Fitting - 10MJ-6MP90

Hose - Tractor (Inlet/Return)

When ordering parts specify: model, size, serial number and ordering number

49

LimitedWarranty

Bühler Manufacturing Ltd. (hereafter referred to as “Bühler”) products are warranted for a period of twenty-four (24) months from the date of delivery to the original purchaser, to be free from defects in material and workmanship when used under correct, normal agricultural use and proper applications.

Bühler’s obligation under the warranty shall be limited to the repair or exchange (at Bühler’s option) of any part which proves to be defective as provided.

The buyer shall be responsible for all expenses incurred as a result of repairs, labour, parts, transportation or any other work unless a

Bühler dealer has authorized such expenses in advance. It is the responsibility of the dealer to get approval from Bühler before authorizing warranty work being done. Bühler reserves the right to either inspect the product at the buyer’s location or have the defective part returned to the factory for inspection.

The above warranty does not extend to goods damaged or subject to accidents, abuse or misuse after shipment from Bühler's factory, nor to goods altered or repaired without authorization from Bühler.

Bühler makes no Express Warranty other than those which are specifically described. Any description of goods, including any reference to specifications in catalogues, circulaires, and other written material published, is for the sole purpose of identifying goods and shall conform to such descriptions. Any sample or model is for illustration purposes only, and does not create an

Express Warranty that the goods conform to the sample or model.The dealer is solely responsible for determining the suitability of goods sold.

BÜHLER MAKES NO WARRANTY OF

MERCHANTABILITY OF FITNESS FOR A

PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

This warranty is expressly in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied. Bühler will in no event, be liable for any incidental or consequential damages, nor for any sum in excess of the price received for the goods for which liability is claimed.

Claims for warranty must be made on Bühler

Warranty Claim Forms within 10 days of the failure occurrence. Warranty Authorization numbers are available from the factory and must be indicated on the Warranty Claim Form for all claims over a total dollar value of $100.00.

The labour rate for warranty work where applicable will be credited at a rate determined by

Bühler.

IMPORTANT: Components or accessories,

including blower, airlock, flex, hose and hose accessories that come in contact with material being moved, carry no warranty for wear.

Warranty is void when unit is used for moving material other than cereal grains, grass seeds or pulse crops.

Bühler Manufacturing

For more information please contact:

Bühler Manufacturing

301 Mountain Street S. • Morden, MB Canada R6M 1X7

Telephone : (204) 822-4467

Fax : (204) 822-6348

Web site : www.buhler.com

DIVISION LOCATIONS

Farm King Division

301 Mountain Street S.

Morden, MB  R6M 1X7

Tel : (204) 822-4467

Fax : (204) 822-6348

Allied/Inland Division

1260 Clarence Avenue

Winnipeg, MB R3T 1T2

Tel : (204) 284-6100

Fax : (204) 477-2325

B.I.I. Division

1330 43 Street NW

Fargo, ND 58102

Tel : (701) 282-7014

Fax : (701) 282-5865

CANADIAN WAREHOUSES

BC, Abbotsford

(604) 864-2665

AB, Edmonton

(780) 962-6991

SK, Regina

(306) 781-2300

ON, Woodstock

(519) 539-0435

QC, Dorion

(450) 455-4840

U.S. WAREHOUSES

AR, West Memphis

(870) 732-3132

GA, Stone Mountain

(770) 908-9439

ID, Meridian

(208) 887-6006

IN, Clarksville

(812) 284-3376

KS, Wichita

(316) 265-9577

MN, Lakeville

(952) 469-5267

MT, Billings

(406) 248-7771

ND, Bismarck

(701) 223-1886

ND, Fargo

(701) 282-7003

NE, Blair

(402) 426-8211

OH, Youngstown

(330) 793-0862

OR, Beaverton

(503) 641-1865

SD, Huron

(605) 352-8516

TX, Houston

(713) 928-2632

UT, Salt Lake City

(801) 972-4321

WI, Portage

(608) 742-1370

OFFSHORE WAREHOUSES

Burando Hill

Katanning

W. Australia

011-618-98-214422

Chihuahua, Mexico

011-52-158-90306

John Kerr Equipment Ltd.

Wilcoxholm Farm

Linlithgow, W. Lothian

Scotland

011-441-506-842280

Skovde, Sweden

011-46-500-452651

Naestved, Denmark

011-45-557-29511

301 Mountain Street S.

Morden MB

Canada R6M 1X7

Tel. : (204) 822-4467

Fax: (204) 822-6348

Isuue Date: May, 2009

Cost $25.00 plus $2.50 postage

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