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  • Installation and Maintenance Manual

    Compact CBP EN818-2h 2006

  • Installation and Maintenance Manual, Compact CBPPreface

    Preface Hägglunds Drives is one of the worlds leading manufacturers of large hydraulic Drive Systems. A leading position, made possible by unbeatable service spirit and of continuing development of both products and markets all over the world. Our drives are to be found in most industrial and marine segments, where there are extremely high demands for efficiency and reliability. Our main office and production plant is in Mellansel, Sweden and we have our own sales- and representation offices in some 40 different countries.

    Our high quality Drive Systems, are based upon our unique hydraulic piston motors, developed through a wealth of experience accumulated over 40 years in marine and industrial areas.Today this ongoing development work has re- sulted in the powerful COMPACT industrial motor. New, as well as established technical solutions, contribute to the creation of this product. The most desirable features and operating reliability have been designed in this hydraulic motor.

    This manual provides necessary information for installation and maintenance of the motor. In order to find particular information, just search for the wanted section as listed in the table of contents. However, changes in the equipment may occur. We therefore reserve the right to introduce amendments in the manual as we deem necessary without notice or obligations.

    This Installation and Maintenance Manual is va- lid for motors manufactured after 2006-06-01. For older motors please contact your nearest Hägg- lunds representative.

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  • Installation and Maintenance Manual, Compact CBP Contents

    Contents 1. GENERAL ..............................................................................................................................4 1.1 Safety precautions .. ...............................................................................................................4 1.� Motor data ...............................................................................................................................5 1.� Functional description .............................................................................................................7

    2. TECHNICAL DATA .................................................................................................................8 �.1 Recommended charge pressure.............................................................................................8 �.� Sound from a complete installation .......................................................................................10 �.� Choice of hydraulic fluid ........................................................................................................11 Environmentally acceptable fluids .........................................................................................1�

    3. INSTALLATION ....................................................................................................................13 �.1 Mounting instructions ............................................................................................................1� Thread for mounting tool .......................................................................................................14 Spline ...................................................................................................................................14 �.1.1 Lifting methods......................................................................................................................15 Standing the motor on a flat surface .....................................................................................16 �.1.�a Fitting the torque arm to the motor . ......................................................................................17 �.1.�b Fitting the double ended torque arm .....................................................................................18 �.1.4a Mounting the motor onto the driven shaft ............................................................................19 �.1.4b Mounting the motor onto the driven shaft - spines ................................................................�0 �.1.5 Mounting the reaction point . .................................................................................................�1 �.� Oil connections .....................................................................................................................�� �.�.1 Direction of rotation of motor shaft ........................................................................................�4 �.�.� Draining and venting the motor .............................................................................................�5 �.�.� Flushing ................................................................................................................................�6

    4. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS .............................................................................................26 4.1 Storage .................................................................................................................................�6 4.� Before commissioning ...........................................................................................................�7 4.� Commissioning .....................................................................................................................�8 4.4 Periodic maintenance ...........................................................................................................�8 Maintenance chart ................................................................................................................�8 Motor .....................................................................................................................................�8 Filters ....................................................................................................................................�9 Oil..........................................................................................................................................�9 4.5 Oil inspection ........................................................................................................................�9 5. FAULT FINDING ...................................................................................................................31 DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY .....................................................................................32

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    Installation and Maintenance Manual, Compact CBP

    1.1 Safety precautions

    1. GENERAL

    General

    It is of high importence that the Safety precautions are always followed, if you are unsure about something, please don´t hesitate to contact your nearest HD-office for advice.

    WARNING is used to indicate the presence of a hazard which can cause severe personal injury, death, or substantial property damage if the warning is ignored.

    DANGER is used to indicate the presence of a hazard which will cause severe personal injury, death, or substantial property damage if the warning is ignored.

    CAUTION is used to indicate the presence of a hazard which will or can cause minor personal injury or property damage if the warning is ignored.

    In this manual you will find the following signs which indicate a potential hazard, which can or will cause personal enjury or substantial property damage. Depending on the probability of the hazard, and how serious the injury or property damage could be, there are three levels of classification.

    Warning signs

    Application area

    Mounting

    Before starting up

    All new and rebuild applications, should always be approved and supervised by Hägglunds personel.

    Before starting up new, rebuild or just worked on applications, all accessories and safety arrangements functions, should be controlled/tested.

    Carefully follow the instructions and be aware of the high weights and forces during lifting.

    Periodic maintenance Notice the intervals in maintenance chart (4.4) and keep a record.

    Dismounting Carefully follow the instructions and be aware of the high weights and forces during lifting.

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    Installation and Maintenance Manual, Compact CBP General

    Table 1.1

    1.2 Motor data

    Displace- ment

    Specific torque

    Rated * speed

    Max.**** speed

    Max. ** pressure

    CBP 140 80 5 0�4 80 ��0 400 ***�50

    CBP 140 100 6 �80 100 �70 �90 ***�50

    CBP 140 1�0 7 54� 1�0 ��0 ��0 ***�50

    CBP 140 8 800 140 210 275 ***350

    CBP �80 160 10 100 160 170 170 ***�50

    CBP �80 �00 1� 600 �00 170 170 ***�50

    CBP �80 �40 15 100 �40 170 170 ***�50

    CBP 280 17 600 280 150 170 ***350

    CBP 400 �40 15 100 �40 170 170 ***�50

    CBP 400 �80 17 600 �80 170 170 ***�50

    CBP 400 ��0 �0 100 ��0 170 170 ***�50

    CBP 400 �60 �� 600 �60 170 170 ***�50

    CBP 400 25 100 400 170 170 ***350

    CBP 560 440 �7 600 440 1�5 1�5 ***�50

    CBP 560 480 �0 �00 480 1�5 1�5 ***�50

    CBP 560 5�0 �� 700 5�0 1�5 1�5 ***�50

    CBP 560 35 200 560 135 135 ***350

    CBP 840 600 �7 700 600 110 1�5 �50

    CBP 840 640 40 �00 640 100 1�5 �50

    CBP 840 680 4� 700 680 100