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Hydraulic Crane PK xxx M , PK x80 M / Operators Manual


Year: 2005
Language: english
Author: CRANE POWER / PALFINGER MARINE
Genre: Operators Manual
Series: 08/2005
Crane number:: CPDB0001
Format: PDF
Quality: OCR without errors
Number of pages: 82
Description: Many thanks for choosing to a CRANE POWER / PALFINGER MARINE product. We have done everything to ensure optimal and safe operation in the design and production of your crane.
To ensure that your crane works reliably and economically for many years, please observe the following:
• Observe the safety instruction (possible dangers).
• Maintain your crane regularly in accordance with the instructions.
• Keep your crane clean. Dirt increases wear on the cylinders and bearings. Leaking oil or other lubricants are a major source of accidents.
• Follow the instructions of this manual.
CRANE POWER / PALFINGER MARINE
© by CRANE POWER
CONTENTS
1.1 AN OVERVIEW OF THE DANGERS
1.1-1 RULES FOR THE AVOIDANCE OF DANGERS
1.2 PREREQUISITES
1.2-1 CE-SYMBOL
1.2-2 ASSEMBLY, ACCEPTANCE AND REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE CRANE UNIT
1.2-3 REQUIREMENTS FOR THE OPERATING PERSONNEL
1.2-4 SAFETY DEVICES NOT TO BE TAMPERED WITH
1.2-5 CRANE OPERATION IN ADVERSE OPERATING CONDITIONS
1.2-6 INTENDED USE
1.3 DURING CRANE OPERATION
1.3-1 AVOID DANGER OF CRUSHING
1.3-2 DANGER OF BURN INJURIES
1.3-3 KEEP DISTANCE FROM POWER LINES
1.3-4 ACTION IN THE EVENT OF FLASHOVER
1.3-5 ACTION IN THE EVENT OF DEFECTS
3.1 AN OVERVIEW OF THE CRANE
3.1-1 DESIGN (?? PK 32080 M)
3.1-2 DESIGN (PK 32002 M ??)
3.1-3 OPERATING ELEMENTS
3.2 PREPARING FOR CRANE OPERATION
3.2-1 COLD START IN LOW OUTSIDE TEMPERATURES
3.2-2 PUTTING CRANE INTO OPERATING POSITION
Crane operation 4 Crane operation
4.1 DURING CRANE OPERATION
4.1-1 KEEP THE WORKING RANGE IN VIEW
4.1-2 LOADING ACTIVITY
4.1-3 OBSERVE LOAD LIMITS
4.2 SAFETY DEVICES
4.2-1 EMERGENCY OFF BUTTON
4.2-2 HPLS – SYSTEM
4.2-3 OVERLOAD PROTECTION SYSTEM
4.2-4 MANUAL PUMP EMERGENCY OPERATION (OPTION)
4.3 ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT
4.3-1 LOAD HOLDING ATTACHMENTS AND ACCESSORIES
4.3-2 GRAB AND ROTATOR
4.3-3 ROPE WINCH
4.3-4 STANDING PLATFORM, TOP SEAT, CABIN, PROTECTION COVER
4.3-5 REMOTE CONTROL
4.3-6 EMERGENCY OPERATION FOLLOWING FAILURE OF THE REMOTE CONTROL CONSOLE
After crane operation 5 After crane operation
5.1 ENDING CRANE OPERATION
5.1-1 PUTTING CRANE IN TRANSPORT POSITION
5.2 AFTER CRANE OPERATION
5.2-1 SECURING AND TRANSPORTING THE LOAD
Maintenance and service 6 Maintenance and service
6.1 MAINTENANCE
6.1-1 WARRANTY PROVISIONS
6.1-2 SCHEDULE OF MAINTENANCE
6.1-3 PLANE OF MAINTENANCE (?? PK 32080 M)
6.1-4 PLANE OF MAINTENANCE (PK 32002 M ??)
6.1-5 LUBRICATION
6.1-6 HYDRAULIC OILS
6.1-7 OIL CHANGE / OIL MAINTENANCE
6.2 CLEANING THE PLANT
6.2-1 CLEANING AGENTS AND EQUIPMENT
6.2-2 REPAIRING PAINT DAMAGE
6.2-3 REMOVAL FROM SERVICE AND DISPOSAL
Appendix 7. Appendix
7.1 EEX – CRANE MODELS
7.1-1 GENERAL INFORMATION
7.1-2 TECHNICAL INFORMATION
7.1-3 INFORMATION ON SAFETY
7.1-4 INFORMATION ON SAFETY SPECIFIC TO THE CRANE
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