Manual d'usuari Stanley Black & Decker MB156 Automobile Parts

Manual d'usuari pel dispositiu Stanley Black & Decker MB156 Automobile Parts

Manual d'usuari Stanley Black & Decker MB156 Automobile Parts

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MB156MOUNTEDHYDRAULIC BREAKERUSER MANUALSafety, Operation and Maintenance© 2015 Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.New Britain, CT 06053U.S.A.30892 2/2015 Ver. 14

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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITYDECLARATION OF CONFORMITYÜBEREINSTIMMUNGS-ERKLARUNGDECLARATION DE CONFORMITE CEEDECLARACION DE CONFORMIDADDICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITAHydraulic Tools______________________________________________________________________I, the undersigned:Ich, der Unterzeichnende:Je soussigné:El abajo firmante:lo sottoscritto:Weisbeck, AndySurname and First names/Familiennname und Vornamen/Nom et prénom/Nombre y apellido/Cognome e nomehereby declare that the equipment specified hereunde

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TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATION OF CONFORMITY...........................................................................................................................2SAFETY SYMBOLS...................................................................................................................................................4SAFETY PRECAUTIONS...........................................................................................................................................5TOOL STICKERS

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SAFETY SYMBOLSSafety symbols and signal words, as shown below, are used to emphasize all operator, maintenance and repair actions which, if not strictly followed, could result in a life-threatening situation, bodily injury or damage to equipment.This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injuryhazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possibleinjury or death.DANGERThis safety alert and signal word indicate an imminently hazardous situa

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONSWARNINGWARNI NGDo not operate the breaker unless thefollowing safety instructions have beenthoroughly read and understood! Read thismanual before installing, operating ormaintaining this equipment.• A flying projectile from the breaker, breakertool, rock or other material may enter theoperator's compartment and cause seriousor fatal injury to the operator. Personalprotection equipment must be used.• A flying projectile from the breaker, breakertool, rock or other material m

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONSTool operators and maintenance personnel must alwayscomply with the safety precautions given in this manualand on the stickers and tags attached to the tool andhose.These safety precautions are given for your safety. Review them carefully before operating the tool and beforeperforming general maintenance or repairs.Supervising personnel should develop additional precautions relating to the specific work area and localsafety regulations. If so, place the added precautions inthe

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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS• Do not operate the tool unless thoroughly trained orunder the supervision of an instructor.• Do not operate a damaged, leaking, improperly adjusted, or incompletely assembled breaker.• Become familiar with the carrier controls before operating the carrier and the breaker.• Do not modify the breaker in any manner.• When operating the breaker you must use ear protection, eye protection, and breathing protection.• • While learning to operate the breaker and carrier

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TOOL STICKERS & TAGSLwa116Stanley Hydraulic ToolsDivision of The Stanley Works3810 SE Naef RoadMilwaukie, OR 97267 USAMODEL NO:SERIAL NO:68594Sound Power Level—116 dBAOPERATING WEIGHT:INPUT FLOW:NITROGEN ONLYCIRCUIT RELIEF PRESSURE:350 PSI29175CE Specification Plate68593—MB15641 onlyCE Specification Plate27711Accumulator Pressure Sticker—350 PSI29704—MB15614 only (Not Shown)Accumulator Pressure Sticker—250 PSI47352Lifting Point Decal66764Made in USA Decal47351Composite Warning StickerP

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OPERATIONPRE-INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONSPRE-OPERATION PROCEDURESBACKHOE OR EXCAVATOR SIZENITROGEN CHARGECheck the Specifications section of this manual to determine correct carrier size, hydraulic flow and pressurerequirements.The breaker has been properly charged with nitrogen atthe factory and is ready to use.WARNINGIf hydraulic pressure, hydraulic back-pressure,hydraulic flow or carrier weight class are exceeded,the tool warranty is void.EXISTING EQUIPMENT HYDRAULICS VS.APPLICATION ATTACHING KI

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OPERATIONPiston in Down PositionAgainst Tool BitTool StopLower Bushing3. When the hydraulic system and breaker are warm,proceed with operation.LONG TERM STORAGE1. Remove the tool bit, clean the tool stop and the lower bushing. Thoroughly coat the surfaces of the toolstop and the lower bushing with grease.Tool BitPiston Not AgainstTool Bit Leaving SpaceBetween the Piston andBitGrease Will FillThis Space2. With the carrier at idle and the breaker suspendedin the air or with minimal down pressure,

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OPERATIONApply down force.Figure 5. ExcavatorFigure 3. Skidsteer LoaderBACKHOESWith the breaker tool in place on the material to beworked, position the backhoe so the boom is halfway up(45°) and the dipper holds the breaker almost vertical.Lower the loader bucket until the weight is off the fronttires.POSITIONING THE BREAKER TOOL ONTHE WORK MATERIALPosition the tool bit near the edge of the work material,not in the center or far from the edge. Position the tool6–18 inches (depending on the ma

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OPERATIONOn flat material such as concrete runways, starting tobreak in the middle of the material may cause vibrationsto be transmitted throughout the breaker and excavatorbecause the material has no place to break to. Alwaystry to start at a point which will permit the material tobreak out.MAINTAIN DOWN PRESSUREMaintaining hard contact with the surface of the materialto be broken in addition to maintaining adequate “downforce” is very important. Always keep “down pressure”or “down fo

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OPERATIONAlways direct the down pressure force in a line towardthe point of tool contact with the work.Moving rocks with the tool bit is another method of binding the tool bit. This practice should be avoided as it maycause tool bit failure.Rebar reinforced concrete introduces the problem ofconcrete chunks being held together by the rebar afterthe concrete has been broken. The best approach to thisproblem is to use a chisel point tool which permits cutting the rebar with the breaker. Another met

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OPERATIONWhile “Blank Firing” cannot always be avoided, it can bekept to a minimum by avoiding the above conditions asmuch as possible.UNDERWATER USAGEUnderwater usage of the breaker will cause damageto internal components. Even if the breaker is partiallysubmerged, water is introduced to an area between thetool bit and piston. On the piston down cycle, the waterbecomes compressed and damages adjacent components.CAUTIONNo part of the breaker may be submerged inwater. Underwater usage of the

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TROUBLESHOOTINGThis section describes how to find and resolve problemsusers may experience. If a situation occurs that is notcovered, call your Stanley Customer Service representative for assistance.WARNINGInspecting the tool or installing parts with thehydraulic hoses connected can result in severepersonal injury or equipment damage. To preventaccidental startup, disconnect the hydraulic powerbefore beginning any inspection or installation task.PROBLEMBreaker will not fire.If symptoms of poor p

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MAINTENANCEDAILY MAINTENANCE CHECKS• Check for loose or missing fasteners. Tighten or replace as needed.• Inspect tool retaining pins and pockets for wear.• Check for hydraulic leaks at all fittings and hoses.Replace any defective hoses.• Apply grease to the grease fitting in the lower bodyeach morning. Grease as needed throughout thework day.TOOL STOP AND LOWER BUSHING11 inchesInspect the tool stop and lower bushing for excessivegalling and metal pickup on the tool bit. Also check forcr

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CHARGING THE ACCUMULATORCHARGINGTHEThe tools required to charge thebreaker are shownbelow. These tools (except the nitrogen tank) are availablein theMB156ServicetoKit.Whenthearetools,be below.sureThetools requiredchargetheusingbreakershowntools as(exceptnitrogentank)chargeare availablethetheyTheseare cleanwell theas thebreakervalve.inDirtServicetheKit.chargeWhenvalveusing andthe causetools, besure theycan MB156contaminateleakage.are clean as well as the breaker charge valve. Dirt canCHECKINGNITR

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FLOW CONTROL KIT INSTRUCTIONSThe Flow Control Kit is an option for Skid Steer Models.The Flow Control Kit regulates the flow from the skidsteer hydraulics to the breaker to prevent over-speedingof the breaker. Follow the instructions below to installthe kit.HOSE ROUTINGS• Install the flow control block between the breaker andthe loader’s hydraulics using the 7/16 in. capscrews,washers, and nuts provided. (Torque to 41 ft-lbs)T = Tank. Route to the tractor’s hydraulic reservoir.• Connect

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WEAR TOLERANCESNEWREJECT LIMITLOWER BUSHING (ITEM 6)1.770 in./45 mm1.645 in./42 mmFIGURE 14. LOWER BUSHINGTOOL STOP (ITEM 7)A) 1.770 in./45 mm Inside A) 1.645 in./42 mm InsideDiameterDiameterB) .47 in./12 mm DepthWear AreasBACC=Measure at 1.2 in./30 mmFIGURE 15. TOOL STOPB) .35 in./9 mm DepthRETAINER PIN (ITEM 9).995 in./25 mm OutsideDiameter.91 in./23 mm OutsideDiameterFIGURE 16. RETAINER PINRETAINER PIN (ITEM 12).312 in./8 mm OutsideDiameter.242 in./6 mmOutside DiameterPISTON (ITEM 20)Wear Lim

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PROPER USE & CARE OF TOOL BITSTool bits are made and heat treated to specification.Tool bits, however well made, are wear parts, and areused in the most destructive applications. Even whenthe hydraulic breaker is used properly, and the operatoris an experienced one, a tool bit may become damaged.When a tool bit has been damaged, it is useful to determine the cause immediately in order to prevent thedamage from occurring again.All Stanley tool bits are machined and hardened formaximum performance