Komatsu Excavator PC12R-8 PC15R-8 Service Manual

Komatsu Excavator PC12R-8 PC15R-8 Service Manual

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Komatsu Excavator PC12R-8 PC15R-8 Service Manual
Komatsu Excavator PC12R-8 PC15R-8 Operation Maintenance Manual

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Komatsu Excavator PC12R-8 PC15R-8 Service Manual
COVER
CONTENTS
LIST OF REVISED PAGES
SAFETY
FOREWORD
HOW TO READ THE SHOP MANUAL
HOISTING INSTRUCTIONS
STANDARD TIGHTENING TORQUE
COATING MATERIALS
ELECTRIC WIRE CODE
WEIGHT TABLE
TABLE OF OIL AND COOLANT QUANTITIES
10.STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
POWER TRAIN
SWING CIRCLE
SWING MOTOR
FINAL DRIVE
TRACK FRAME AND RECOIL SPRING
VARIABLE GAUGE TRACK FRAME AND RECOIL SPRING
CARRIER ROLLER
STEEL SHOE
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM PC12R-8
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM PC15R-8
HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM PC12R-8
HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM PC12R-8 MISTRAL
HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM PC12R-8 HS
HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM PC12R-8 MISTRAL HS
HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM PC15R-8
HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM PC15R-8 HS
HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
HYDRAULIC PUMP
CONTROL VALVE PC12R-8 PC12R-8 MISTRAL
CONTROL VALVE PC12R-8 HS PC12R-8 MISTRAL HS
CLSS
CONTROL VALVE PC15R-8
CLSS
SWIVEL JOINT
TRAVEL MOTOR
CYLINDERS
VALVE CONTROL
ACCUMULATOR
PPC VALVE
PPC VALVE
SOLENOID VALVE
VARIABLE GAUGE UNDERCARRIAGE SERVOCONTROL
SAFETY VALVE
CUTTING SHOVEL CONTROL VALVE
ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
20.TESTING AND ADJUSTMENTS
NORMAL OR STANDARD TECHNICAL DATA
SPECIAL TOOLS
CHECKING THE ENGINE SPEED
ADJUSTMENT OF VALVE CLEARANCE
MEASUREMENT OF THE COMPRESSION PRESSURE
CONTROL AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE TENSION OF THE FAN BELT
CONTROL AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE INJECTION TIMING
CONTROL AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE ACCELERATOR STROKE
ADJUSTMENT OF THE STROKE OF THE BLADE COMMAND LEVER
CONTROL AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE STROKE OF THE TRAVEL LEVER
CENTERING ADJUSTMENT OF THE BOOM SWING COMMAND PEDAL
ADJUSTMENT OF THE RUBBER PAD AND SAFETY MICROSWITCH FOR SERVO-CONTROL ENGAGEMENT
CONTROL AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE TRACK-SHOE TENSION
CONTROL AND REGULATION OF THE PRESSURE IN THE HYDRAULIC CIRCUITS (PC12R)
CONTROL AND REGULATION OF THE PRESSURES IN THE HYDRAULIC CIRCUITS (PC15R)
CONTROL AND REGULATION OF THE LS DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE LS VALVE
REGULATION OF THE PC VALVE
CONTROL AND REGULATION OF THE SERVO-CONTROL POWER SUPPLY (PC12R)
CONTROL AND REGULATION OF THE SERVO-CONTROL POWER SUPPLY (PC15R)
ELIMINATION OF RESIDUAL PRESSURES – PRESSURISATION OF THE TANK
BLEEDING AIR FROM THE HYDRAULIC CIRCUITS
CONTROL OF HYDRAULIC DRIFTS – ANALYSIS OF THE CAUSES OF A DRIFT
CHECKING FOR ANY LEAKAGES INSIDE THE WORKING EQUIPMENT CYLINDERS
CHECKING FOR ANY LEAKAGES INSIDE THE SWING MOTOR
METHODS FOR TESTING FOR LEAKAGES INSIDE THE SWIVEL JOINT
30.REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
HOW TO READ THE MANUAL
PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN WHILE WORKING
SPECIAL TOOLS
STARTER MOTOR
ALTERNATOR
PUMP GROUP
INJECTION NOZZLES
CYLINDER HEAD
OIL COOLER
RADIATOR
ENGINE HOOD
CAB AND CANOPY
HEATING FAN
REAR COUNTERWEIGHT
TOP COVER AND SIDE PANELS
HYDRAULIC OIL TANK
FUEL TANK
ENGINE-PUMP GROUP
PUMP
ENGINE-PUMP COUPLING
CONTROL VALVE
RIGHT-HAND PPC VALVE (BOOM-BUCKET)
LEFT-HAND PPC VALVE (ARM-BUCKET)
SERVOCONTROL SOLENOID GROUP (PC12 WITHOUT TRAVEL INCREMENT)
SERVOCONTROL SOLENOID GROUP (PC12 WITH TRAVEL INCREMENT – PC15R)
SWIVEL JOINT
SWING MOTOR
REVOLVING FRAME
SWING CIRCLE
TRAVEL MOTOR
RUBBER TRACK SHOES
TRACK-SHOES
SPROCKET WHEEL
COMPLETE FINAL DRIVE
FINAL DRIVE
IDLER AND RECOIL SPRING ASSEMBLY
IDLER
SPRING RECOIL AND THRUST CYLINDER GROUPS
TRACK ROLLERS
BOOM CYLINDER
ARM CYLINDER
BUCKET CYLINDER
BOOM SWING CYLINDER
BLADE CYLINDER
WORKING EQUIPMENT CYLINDER
UPPER WORKING EQUIPMENT
BUCKET
ARM
BOOM
BOOM SWING SUPPORT
BLADE
40.STANDARD MAINTENANCE
SWING CIRCLE
TRACK FRAME AND RECOIL SPRING
VARIABLE GAUGE TRACK FRAME AND RECOIL SPRING
IDLER
FINAL DRIVE
SPROCKET
TRACK ROLLER
TRACK SHOE
HYDRAULIC PUMP
CONTROL VALVE
SWIVEL JOINT
SWING MOTOR
TRAVEL MOTOR
CYLINDERS PC12R-8
CYLINDERS PC15R-8
WORK EQUIPMENT PC12R-8
WORK EQUIPMENT PC15R-8
Komatsu Excavator PC12R-8 PC15R-8 Operation Maintenance Manual
1.1 FOREWORD
1.2 INFORMATION ON SAFETY
1.3 INTRODUCTION
1.3.1 INTENDED USES
1.3.2 IMPROPER OR UNAUTHORIZED USES
1.3.3 MAIN CHARACTERISTICS
1.3.4 RUNNING-IN
1.4 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
1.4.1 MACHINE SERIAL NUMBER
1.4.2 MACHINE IDENTIFICATION PLATE
1.4.3 ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER AND EXHAUST GAS EMISSION PLATE
1.4.4 TRAVEL REDUCTION GEAR SERIAL NUMBER
1.4.5 SWING REDUCTION GEAR SERIAL NUMBER
1.4.6 CAB SERIAL NUMBER
1.4.7 SERIAL NUMBERS AND DEALERS ADDRESS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.1 FOREWORD 1
1.2 INFORMATION ON SAFETY 2
1.3 INTRODUCTION 4
1.3.1 INTENDED USES 4
1.3.2 IMPROPER OR UNAUTHORIZED USES 4
1.3.3 MAIN CHARACTERISTICS 5
1.3.4 RUNNING-IN 5
1.4 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION 6
1.4.1 MACHINE SERIAL NUMBER 6
1.4.2 MACHINE IDENTIFICATION PLATE 6
1.4.3 ENGINE SERIAL NUMBER AND EXHAUST GAS EMISSION PLATE 7
1.4.4 TRAVEL REDUCTION GEAR SERIAL NUMBER 7
1.4.5 SWING REDUCTION GEAR SERIAL NUMBER 8
1.4.6 CAB SERIAL NUMBER 8
1.4.7 SERIAL NUMBERS AND DEALERS ADDRESS 9
2.1 SAFETY, NOISE AND VIBRATION PLATES 20
2.1.1 POSITION OF THE SAFETY PLATES 20
2.1.2 PICTOGRAMS AND RELEVANT MEANINGS 22
2.1.3 POSITION OF THE NOISE PLATES ON MACHINES WITH CAB 26
2.1.4 POSITION OF THE NOISE PLATES ON MACHINES WITH CANOPY 27
2.1.5 VIBRATIONS TO WHICH THE OPERATOR IS SUBJECTED 28
2.2 GENERAL PRECAUTIONS 29
2.2.1 GENERAL SAFETY RULES 29
2.2.2 SAFETY DEVICES AND GUARDS 29
2.2.3 CLOTHING AND PERSONAL PROTECTION ITEMS 29
2.2.4 UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS 30
2.2.5 LEAVING THE OPERATORS SEAT 30
2.2.6 GETTING ON AND OFF THE MACHINE 31
2.2.7 PREVENTING FIRES DUE TO FUEL AND OIL 31
2.2.8 PREVENTING BURNS 32
2.2.9 PREVENTING DAMAGE DUE TO ASBESTOS POWDER 32
2.2.10 PREVENTING DAMAGE CAUSED BY THE WORK EQUIPMENT 32
2.2.11 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS AND FIRST AID KIT 33
2.2.12 PRECAUTIONS CONCERNING THE CAB STRUCTURE 33
2.2.13 PRECAUTIONS CONCERNING THE EQUIPMENT 33
2.3 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE 34
2.3.1 SAFETY ON THE WORK SITE 34
2.3.2 FIRE PREVENTION 34
2.3.3 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN FOR THE OPERATORS CAB 34
2.3.4 ROOM VENTILATION 35
2.3.5 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN FOR THE LIGHTS 35
2.3.6 CLEANING THE WINDOWS – CHECKING THE WINDSHIELD WIPER BLADES 35
2.4 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN WHEN WORKING 36
2.4.1 STARTING THE ENGINE 36
2.4.2 CHECK THE DIRECTION BEFORE STARTING THE MACHINE 36
2.4.3 CHECKS FOR TRAVELLING IN REVERSE 36
2.4.4 MOVING THE MACHINE 37
2.4.5 MOVING ON SLOPES 38
2.4.6 WORKING ON SLOPES 39
2.4.7 UNAUTHORIZED OPERATIONS 39
2.4.8 PREVENTING ELECTROCUTION 40
2.4.9 VISIBILITY 41
2.4.10 WORKING ON ICY OR SNOW-COVERED SURFACES 41
2.4.11 PREVENTING DAMAGE CAUSED BY THE WORK EQUIPMENT 41
2.4.12 WORKING ON LOOSE GROUND 41
2.4.13 PARKING THE MACHINE 42
2.5 TRANSPORTING THE MACHINE ON MOTOR VEHICLES 43
2.5.1 LOADING AND UNLOADING 43
2.5.2 TRANSPORT 43
2.6 BATTERY 44
2.6.1 PREVENTING RISKS THAT MAY BE DUE TO THE BATTERY 44
2.6.2 STARTING WITH BOOSTER CABLES 44
2.7 PRECAUTIONS FOR THE REMOVAL 45
2.8 PRECAUTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE 46
2.8.1 WARNING PLATES 46
2.8.2 TOOLS 46
2.8.3 PERSONNEL 46
2.8.4 EQUIPMENT 47
2.8.5 WORKING UNDER THE MACHINE 47
2.8.6 CLEANING THE MACHINE 47
2.8.7 USE OF THE ENGINE DURING MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS 48
2.8.8 PERIODICAL CHANGE OF THE PARTS THAT ARE CRITICAL FOR SAFETY 48
2.8.9 STOP THE ENGINE BEFORE CARRYING OUT ANY MAINTENANCE OPERATION OR INSPECTION 48
2.8.10 RULES TO BE FOLLOWED DURING FUEL OR OIL TOPPING UP 49
2.8.11 CHECKING THE COOLANT LEVEL IN THE RADIATOR 49
2.8.12 USING LAMPS 49
2.8.13 PRECAUTIONS CONCERNING THE BATTERY AND THE ALTERNATOR 50
2.8.14 PRECAUTIONS CONCERNING THE STARTER 50
2.8.15 HANDLING HIGH-PRESSURE PIPES 51
2.8.16 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN WHEN HANDLING HIGH-PRESSURE OIL 51
2.8.17 PRECAUTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS AT HIGH TEMPERATURES AND HIGH PRESSURE 51
2.8.18 COOLING FAN AND BELT 52
2.8.19 WASTE MATERIALS 52
2.8.20 PRECAUTIONS FOR THE USE OF THE synthetic biodegradable oil type HEES 52
3.1 SAFETY LOCKS 54
3.1.1 MACHINE LOCKS 54
3.2 GENERAL VIEWS 55
3.2.1 FRONT GENERAL VIEW 55
3.2.2 GENERAL VIEW OF THE MACHINE WITH CANOPY 56
3.2.3 GENERAL VIEW OF THE DRIVERS SEAT 57
3.3 INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS 58
3.3.1 INSTRUMENTS 58
3.3.2 WARNING LIGHTS 59
3.3.3 SWITCHES AND PUSH BUTTONS 61
3.3.4 ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES 64
3.3.5 MACHINE CONTROLS 66
3.4 FUSES AND RELAYS 75
3.4.1 FUSES 75
3.4.2 RELAYS 76
3.5 GUARDS AND DRIVERS SEAT 77
3.5.1 ENGINE HOOD 77
3.5.2 CANOPY 78
3.5.3 CAB 78
3.5.3.1 SLIDING DOOR 79
3.5.3.2 FRONT OPENING WINDSHIELD 80
3.5.3.3 FRONT WINDSHIELD (LOWER PART) 81
3.5.3.4 SIDE OPENING WINDOW 82
3.5.4 VENTILATION AND HEATING 83
3.5.5 SEAT 83
3.5.6 SAFETY BELT 84
3.5.7 EMERGENCY EXIT 84
3.5.8 TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION CASE 85
3.5.9 FIRE EXTINGUISHER 85
3.5.10 FIRST AID KIT 85
3.6 USE OF THE MACHINE 87
3.6.1 CHECKS BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE 87
3.6.1.1 VISUAL CHECKS 87
3.6.1.2 DAILY CHECKS 87
3.6.1.3 OPERATIONAL CHECKS 88
3.6.2 STARTING THE ENGINE 89
3.6.2.1 STARTING WITH WARM ENGINE OR IN TEMPERATE CLIMATES 89
3.6.2.2 STARTING WITH COLD ENGINE OR IN COLD CLIMATES 90
3.6.3 WARMING THE ENGINE 91
3.6.4 HEATING THE HYDRAULIC OIL 91
3.6.5 HOW TO MOVE THE MACHINE 91
3.6.5.1 STEERING (CHANGING DIRECTION) 93
3.6.5.2 MOVING ON SLOPES 94
3.6.5.3 MAXIMUM IMMERSION DEPTH 95
3.7 PARKING THE MACHINE 96
3.7.1 PARKING ON LEVEL GROUND 96
3.7.2 PARKING ON SLOPES 97
3.8 STOPPING THE ENGINE 98
3.9 TRANSPORTING THE MACHINE ON MOTOR VEHICLES 99
3.9.1 LOADING AND UNLOADING THE MACHINE 99
3.9.2 TRANSPORT 100
3.10 LIFTING THE MACHINE 101
3.11 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN THE COLD SEASON 102
3.11.1 FUEL AND LUBRICANTS 102
3.11.2 COOLANT 102
3.11.3 BATTERY 102
3.11.4 OTHER PRECAUTIONS 103
3.11.5 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN AT THE END OF WORK 103
3.12 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN THE WARM SEASON 104
3.13 USING THE WORK EQUIPMENT 105
3.13.1 ORGANIZING THE WORK AREA 105
3.13.2 POSITIONING THE MACHINE FOR DIGGING OPERATIONS 106
3.13.3 DIGGING METHOD 107
3.13.4 CHANGING THE BUCKET 108
3.14 USING THE MACHINE WITH VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE 109
3.14.1 HOW TO USE THE VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE 109
3.14.2 ADJUSTING THE BLADE 110
3.15 LONG PERIODS OF INACTIVITY 111
3.15.1 BEFORE THE PERIOD OF INACTIVITY 111
3.15.2 DURING THE PERIOD OF INACTIVITY 112
3.15.3 AFTER THE PERIOD OF INACTIVITY 112
3.16 TROUBLESHOOTING 113
3.16.1 OCCURRENCES THAT ARE NOT FAILURES 113
3.16.2 HOW TO REMOVE THE MACHINE 113
3.16.3 AFTER THE FUEL HAS RUN OUT 114
3.16.4 IF THE BATTERY IS DOWN 114
3.16.4.1 STARTING WITH BOOSTER CABLES 115
3.16.5 OTHER TROUBLES 116
3.16.5.1 ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT 116
3.16.5.2 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 116
3.16.5.3 ENGINE 117
4.1 GUIDE TO MAINTENANCE 120
4.2 MAINTENANCE NOTES 122
4.2.1 NOTES REGARDING THE ENGINE 122
4.2.1.1 ENGINE OIL 122
4.2.1.2 COOLANT 122
4.2.1.3 FUEL 123
4.2.2 NOTES REGARDING THE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 123
4.2.3 NOTES REGARDING THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 124
4.2.4 NOTES REGARDING LUBRICATION 124
4.2.5 PARTS SUBJECT TO WEAR THAT PERIODICALLY NEED CHANGING 125
4.3 FUEL, COOLANT AND LUBRICANTS 126
4.3.1 HOMOLOGATED HEES SYNTHETIC BIODEGRADABLE LUBRICANTS 128
4.4 DRIVING TORQUES FOR SCREWS AND NUTS 129
4.4.1 STANDARD DRIVING TORQUES 129
4.4.2 SPECIFIC DRIVING TORQUES 129
4.5 LUBRICATION 130
4.5.1 LUBRICATION DIAGRAM PC12R 130
4.5.2 LUBRICATION DIAGRAM PC12R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE) 131
4.5.3 LUBRICATION DIAGRAM PC15R 132
4.5.4 LUBRICATION DIAGRAM PC15R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE) 133
4.6 PERIODICAL CHANGE OF THE COMPONENTS CONNECTED WITH SAFETY 134
4.6.1 CRITICAL PARTS FOR SAFETY 135
4.7 MAINTENANCE PLAN 138
4.7.1 WHEN REQUIRED 141
4.7.1.a WASHING THE COOLING CIRCUIT 141
4.7.1.b DRAINING THE FUEL TANK 142
4.7.1.c CHECKING THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 142
4.7.1.d CHECKING THE STEEL TRACK TENSION 143
4.7.1.e CHECKING THE RUBBER TRACKS 145
4.7.1.f CHECKING THE RUBBER TRACK TENSION 147
4.7.1.g CHANGING THE RUBBER TRACK 149
4.7.1.h LUBRICATING THE ARTICULATIONS 151
4.7.2 MAINTENANCE INTERVALS IN CASE OF USE OF THE DEMOLITION HAMMER (BREAKER) 152
4.7.2.a CHANGING THE HYDRAULIC OIL FILTER 152
4.7.2.b CHANGING THE HYDRAULIC OIL 152
4.7.3 CHECKS BEFORE STARTING 153
4.7.3.a VARIOUS CHECKS 153
4.7.3.b CHECKING THE COOLANT LEVEL 153
4.7.3.c CHECKING THE FUEL LEVEL 154
4.7.3.d CHECKING THE ENGINE OIL LEVEL 154
4.7.3.e CHECKING THE OIL LEVEL IN THE HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT 155
4.7.4 MAINTENANCE AFTER THE FIRST 50 HOURS OF OPERATION (Only for machines in which the synthetic…
4.7.5 MAINTENANCE EVERY 100 HOURS OF OPERATION 157
4.7.5.a LUBRICATING THE JOINTS AND THE BALL-BEARING RING 157
4.7.5.b LUBRICATING THE VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE SLIDING GUIDES (PC12R HS PC15R HS) 159
4.7.5.c CLEANING THE AIR CLEANER CARTRIDGE 160
4.7.6 MAINTENANCE AFTER THE FIRST 250 HOURS OF OPERATION 161
4.7.7 MAINTENANCE EVERY 250 HOURS OF OPERATION 161
4.7.7.a ADJUSTING THE FAN BELT TENSION 161
4.7.7.b CHECKING THE BATTERY ELECTROLYTE LEVEL 162
4.7.7.c CHECKING THE OIL LEVEL IN THE TRAVEL REDUCTION GEARS 163
4.7.7.d CHANGING THE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL FILTER 164
4.7.7.e CHANGING THE ENGINE OIL 165
4.7.8 MAINTENANCE AFTER THE FIRST 500 HOURS OF OPERATION (Only for machines in which the syntheti…
4.7.9 MAINTENANCE EVERY 500 HOURS OF OPERATION 166
4.7.9.a CHANGING THE ENGINE OIL FILTER 166
4.7.9.b CHANGING THE FUEL FILTER 167
4.7.9.c CHANGING THE FUEL PUMP PRECLEANER 168
4.7.9.d CHANGING THE AIR CLEANER CARTRIDGE 169
4.7.9.e CLEANING THE OUTSIDE OF THE RADIATORS 169
4.7.9.f DRAINING THE HYDRAULIC OIL TANK (Only for machines in which the synthetic biodegradable o…
4.7.10 MAINTENANCE EVERY 1000 HOURS OF OPERATION 171
4.7.10.a CHANGING THE OIL IN THE TRAVEL REDUCTION GEARS 171
4.7.11 MAINTENANCE EVERY 2000 HOURS OF OPERATION 172
4.7.11.a CHANGING THE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL AND CLEANING THE SUCTION FILTER 172
4.7.11.b CHANGING THE COOLANT 174
4.7.11.c CHECKING AND ADJUSTING THE ENGINE VALVE CLEARANCE 174
4.7.11.d CHECKING THE ALTERNATOR AND THE STARTER 174
5.1 TECHNICAL DATA 176
5.1.1 STANDARD OVERALL DIMENSIONS PC12R 176
5.1.2 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS PC12R 177
5.1.3 STANDARD OVERALL DIMENSIONS PC12R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE) 178
5.1.4 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS PC12R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE) 179
5.1.5 STANDARD OVERALL DIMENSIONS PC15R 180
5.1.6 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS PC15R 181
5.1.7 STANDARD OVERALL DIMENSIONS PC15R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE) 182
5.1.8 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS PC15R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE) 183
5.1.9 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH RAISED BLADE PC12R 184
5.1.10 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH LOWERED BLADE PC12R 185
5.1.11 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH RAISED BLADE PC12R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE NARROWED) 186
5.1.12 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH RAISED BLADE PC12R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE WIDENED) 187
5.1.13 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH LOWERED BLADE PC12R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE NARROWED) 188
5.1.14 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH LOWERED BLADE PC12R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE WIDENED) 189
5.1.15 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH RAISED BLADE PC15R 190
5.1.16 LIFTING CAPACITY LOWERED BLADE PC15R 191
5.1.17 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH RAISED BLADE PC15R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE NARROWED) 192
5.1.18 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH RAISED BLADE PC15R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE WIDENED) 193
5.1.19 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH LOWERED BLADE PC15R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE NARROWED) 194
5.1.20 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH LOWERED BLADE PC15R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE WIDENED) 195
6.1 AUTHORIZED OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT 198
6.1.1 PRECAUTIONS REGARDING SAFETY 198
6.1.2 PRECAUTIONS REGARDING THE INSTALLATION OF EQUIPMENT 199
6.1.3 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT 200
6.2 ARRANGEMENT FOR THE INSTALLATION OF THE DEMOLITION HAMMER (BREAKER) 201
6.2.1 DESCRIPTION AND CONTROL 201
6.2.2 USE OF THE DEMOLITION HAMMER AND RULES TO BE OBSERVED 201
6.2.3 INSTALLING AND REMOVING THE DEMOLITION HAMMER 205
6.2.3.1 INSTALLING THE HAMMER 205
6.2.3.2 REMOVING THE HAMMER 206
6.2.4 MAINTENANCE 206
2.1 SAFETY, NOISE AND VIBRATION PLATES
2.1.1 POSITION OF THE SAFETY PLATES
2.1.2 PICTOGRAMS AND RELEVANT MEANINGS
2.1.3 POSITION OF THE NOISE PLATES ON MACHINES WITH CAB
2.1.4 POSITION OF THE NOISE PLATES ON MACHINES WITH CANOPY
2.1.5 VIBRATIONS TO WHICH THE OPERATOR IS SUBJECTED
2.2 GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
2.2.1 GENERAL SAFETY RULES
2.2.2 SAFETY DEVICES AND GUARDS
2.2.3 CLOTHING AND PERSONAL PROTECTION ITEMS
2.2.4 UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS
2.2.5 LEAVING THE OPERATORS SEAT
2.2.6 GETTING ON AND OFF THE MACHINE
2.2.7 PREVENTING FIRES DUE TO FUEL AND OIL
2.2.8 PREVENTING BURNS
2.2.9 PREVENTING DAMAGE DUE TO ASBESTOS POWDER
2.2.10 PREVENTING DAMAGE CAUSED BY THE WORK EQUIPMENT
2.2.11 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS AND FIRST AID KIT
2.2.12 PRECAUTIONS CONCERNING THE CAB STRUCTURE
2.2.13 PRECAUTIONS CONCERNING THE EQUIPMENT
2.3 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE
2.3.1 SAFETY ON THE WORK SITE
2.3.2 FIRE PREVENTION
2.3.3 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN FOR THE OPERATORS CAB
2.3.4 ROOM VENTILATION
2.3.5 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN FOR THE LIGHTS
2.3.6 CLEANING THE WINDOWS – CHECKING THE WINDSHIELD WIPER BLADES
2.4 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN WHEN WORKING
2.4.1 STARTING THE ENGINE
2.4.2 CHECK THE DIRECTION BEFORE STARTING THE MACHINE
2.4.3 CHECKS FOR TRAVELLING IN REVERSE
2.4.4 MOVING THE MACHINE
2.4.5 MOVING ON SLOPES
2.4.6 WORKING ON SLOPES
2.4.7 UNAUTHORIZED OPERATIONS
2.4.8 PREVENTING ELECTROCUTION
2.4.9 VISIBILITY
2.4.10 WORKING ON ICY OR SNOW-COVERED SURFACES
2.4.11 PREVENTING DAMAGE CAUSED BY THE WORK EQUIPMENT
2.4.12 WORKING ON LOOSE GROUND
2.4.13 PARKING THE MACHINE
2.5 TRANSPORTING THE MACHINE ON MOTOR VEHICLES
2.5.1 LOADING AND UNLOADING
2.5.2 TRANSPORT
2.6 BATTERY
2.6.1 PREVENTING RISKS THAT MAY BE DUE TO THE BATTERY
2.6.2 STARTING WITH BOOSTER CABLES
2.7 PRECAUTIONS FOR THE REMOVAL
2.8 PRECAUTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE
2.8.1 WARNING PLATES
2.8.2 TOOLS
2.8.3 PERSONNEL
2.8.4 EQUIPMENT
2.8.5 WORKING UNDER THE MACHINE
2.8.6 CLEANING THE MACHINE
2.8.7 USE OF THE ENGINE DURING MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS
2.8.8 PERIODICAL CHANGE OF THE PARTS THAT ARE CRITICAL FOR SAFETY
2.8.9 STOP THE ENGINE BEFORE CARRYING OUT ANY MAINTENANCE OPERATION OR INSPECTION
2.8.10 RULES TO BE FOLLOWED DURING FUEL OR OIL TOPPING UP
2.8.11 CHECKING THE COOLANT LEVEL IN THE RADIATOR
2.8.12 USING LAMPS
2.8.13 PRECAUTIONS CONCERNING THE BATTERY AND THE ALTERNATOR
2.8.14 PRECAUTIONS CONCERNING THE STARTER
2.8.15 HANDLING HIGH-PRESSURE PIPES
2.8.16 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN WHEN HANDLING HIGH-PRESSURE OIL
2.8.17 PRECAUTIONS FOR MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS AT HIGH TEMPERATURES AND HIGH PRESSURE
2.8.18 COOLING FAN AND BELT
2.8.19 WASTE MATERIALS
2.8.20 PRECAUTIONS FOR THE USE OF THE synthetic biodegradable oil type HEES
3.1 SAFETY LOCKS
3.1.1 MACHINE LOCKS
3.2 GENERAL VIEWS
3.2.1 FRONT GENERAL VIEW
3.2.2 GENERAL VIEW OF THE MACHINE WITH CANOPY
3.2.3 GENERAL VIEW OF THE DRIVERS SEAT
3.3 INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
3.3.1 INSTRUMENTS
3.3.2 WARNING LIGHTS
3.3.3 SWITCHES AND PUSH BUTTONS
3.3.4 ELECTRICAL ACCESSORIES
3.3.5 MACHINE CONTROLS
A – (STANDARD PEDAL)
B – (OPTIONAL PEDAL)
3.4 FUSES AND RELAYS
3.4.1 FUSES
3.4.2 RELAYS
3.5 GUARDS AND DRIVERS SEAT
3.5.1 ENGINE HOOD
3.5.2 CANOPY
3.5.3 CAB
3.5.3.1 SLIDING DOOR
3.5.3.2 FRONT OPENING WINDSHIELD
3.5.3.3 FRONT WINDSHIELD (LOWER PART)
3.5.3.4 SIDE OPENING WINDOW
3.5.4 VENTILATION AND HEATING
3.5.5 SEAT
3.5.6 SAFETY BELT
3.5.7 EMERGENCY EXIT
3.5.8 TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION CASE
3.5.9 FIRE EXTINGUISHER
3.5.10 FIRST AID KIT
3.6 USE OF THE MACHINE
3.6.1 CHECKS BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE
3.6.1.1 VISUAL CHECKS
3.6.1.2 DAILY CHECKS
3.6.1.3 OPERATIONAL CHECKS
3.6.2 STARTING THE ENGINE
3.6.2.1 STARTING WITH WARM ENGINE OR IN TEMPERATE CLIMATES
3.6.2.2 STARTING WITH COLD ENGINE OR IN COLD CLIMATES
3.6.3 WARMING THE ENGINE
3.6.4 HEATING THE HYDRAULIC OIL
3.6.5 HOW TO MOVE THE MACHINE
3.6.5.1 STEERING (CHANGING DIRECTION)
CHANGING DIRECTION WHEN THE MACHINE IS NOT MOVING
CHANGING DIRECTION WHEN THE MACHINE IS MOVING (the left and right travel levers are in the same p…
HOW TO CARRY OUT A COUNTER-ROTATION (with the machine not moving)
3.6.5.2 MOVING ON SLOPES
3.6.5.3 MAXIMUM IMMERSION DEPTH
3.7 PARKING THE MACHINE
3.7.1 PARKING ON LEVEL GROUND
3.7.2 PARKING ON SLOPES
3.8 STOPPING THE ENGINE
3.9 TRANSPORTING THE MACHINE ON MOTOR VEHICLES
3.9.1 LOADING AND UNLOADING THE MACHINE
3.9.2 TRANSPORT
3.10 LIFTING THE MACHINE
3.11 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN THE COLD SEASON
3.11.1 FUEL AND LUBRICANTS
3.11.2 COOLANT
3.11.3 BATTERY
3.11.4 OTHER PRECAUTIONS
3.11.5 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN AT THE END OF WORK
3.12 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN THE WARM SEASON
3.13 USING THE WORK EQUIPMENT
3.13.1 ORGANIZING THE WORK AREA
3.13.2 POSITIONING THE MACHINE FOR DIGGING OPERATIONS
3.13.3 DIGGING METHOD
3.13.4 CHANGING THE BUCKET
3.14 USING THE MACHINE WITH VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE
3.14.1 HOW TO USE THE VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE
3.14.2 ADJUSTING THE BLADE
3.15 LONG PERIODS OF INACTIVITY
3.15.1 BEFORE THE PERIOD OF INACTIVITY
3.15.2 DURING THE PERIOD OF INACTIVITY
3.15.3 AFTER THE PERIOD OF INACTIVITY
3.16 TROUBLESHOOTING
3.16.1 OCCURRENCES THAT ARE NOT FAILURES
3.16.2 HOW TO REMOVE THE MACHINE
3.16.3 AFTER THE FUEL HAS RUN OUT
3.16.4 IF THE BATTERY IS DOWN
3.16.4.1 STARTING WITH BOOSTER CABLES
3.16.5 OTHER TROUBLES
3.16.5.1 ELECTRICAL CIRCUIT
3.16.5.2 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
3.16.5.3 ENGINE
4.1 GUIDE TO MAINTENANCE
4.2 MAINTENANCE NOTES
4.2.1 NOTES REGARDING THE ENGINE
4.2.1.1 ENGINE OIL
4.2.1.2 COOLANT
4.2.1.3 FUEL
4.2.2 NOTES REGARDING THE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
4.2.3 NOTES REGARDING THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
4.2.4 NOTES REGARDING LUBRICATION
4.2.5 PARTS SUBJECT TO WEAR THAT PERIODICALLY NEED CHANGING
4.3 FUEL, COOLANT AND LUBRICANTS
LUBRICATION WITH GREASE
4.4 DRIVING TORQUES FOR SCREWS AND NUTS
4.4.1 STANDARD DRIVING TORQUES
4.4.2 SPECIFIC DRIVING TORQUES
4.5 LUBRICATION
4.5.1 LUBRICATION DIAGRAM PC12R
4.5.2 LUBRICATION DIAGRAM PC12R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE)
4.5.3 LUBRICATION DIAGRAM PC15R
4.5.4 LUBRICATION DIAGRAM PC15R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE)
4.6 PERIODICAL CHANGE OF THE COMPONENTS CONNECTED WITH SAFETY
4.7 MAINTENANCE PLAN
4.7.1 WHEN REQUIRED
4.7.1.a WASHING THE COOLING CIRCUIT
4.7.1.b DRAINING THE FUEL TANK
4.7.1.c CHECKING THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
4.7.1.d CHECKING THE STEEL TRACK TENSION
4.7.1.e CHECKING THE RUBBER TRACKS
4.7.1.f CHECKING THE RUBBER TRACK TENSION
4.7.1.g CHANGING THE RUBBER TRACK
4.7.1.h LUBRICATING THE ARTICULATIONS
4.7.2 MAINTENANCE INTERVALS IN CASE OF USE OF THE DEMOLITION HAMMER (BREAKER)
4.7.2.a CHANGING THE HYDRAULIC OIL FILTER
4.7.2.b CHANGING THE HYDRAULIC OIL
4.7.3 CHECKS BEFORE STARTING
4.7.3.a VARIOUS CHECKS
4.7.3.b CHECKING THE COOLANT LEVEL
4.7.3.c CHECKING THE FUEL LEVEL
4.7.3.d CHECKING THE ENGINE OIL LEVEL
4.7.3.e CHECKING THE OIL LEVEL IN THE HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT
4.7.4 MAINTENANCE AFTER THE FIRST 50 HOURS OF OPERATION (Only for machines in which the synthetic…
4.7.5 MAINTENANCE EVERY 100 HOURS OF OPERATION
4.7.5.a LUBRICATING THE JOINTS AND THE BALL-BEARING RING
4.7.5.b LUBRICATING THE VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE SLIDING GUIDES (PC12R HS PC15R HS)
4.7.5.c CLEANING THE AIR CLEANER CARTRIDGE
4.7.6 MAINTENANCE AFTER THE FIRST 250 HOURS OF OPERATION
4.7.7 MAINTENANCE EVERY 250 HOURS OF OPERATION
4.7.7.a ADJUSTING THE FAN BELT TENSION
4.7.7.b CHECKING THE BATTERY ELECTROLYTE LEVEL
4.7.7.c CHECKING THE OIL LEVEL IN THE TRAVEL REDUCTION GEARS
4.7.7.d CHANGING THE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL FILTER
4.7.7.e CHANGING THE ENGINE OIL
4.7.8 MAINTENANCE AFTER THE FIRST 500 HOURS OF OPERATION (Only for machines in which the syntheti…
4.7.9 MAINTENANCE EVERY 500 HOURS OF OPERATION
4.7.9.a CHANGING THE ENGINE OIL FILTER
4.7.9.b CHANGING THE FUEL FILTER
4.7.9.c CHANGING THE FUEL PUMP PRECLEANER
4.7.9.d CHANGING THE AIR CLEANER CARTRIDGE
4.7.9.e CLEANING THE OUTSIDE OF THE RADIATORS
4.7.9.f DRAINING THE HYDRAULIC OIL TANK (Only for machines in which the synthetic biodegradable o…
4.7.10 MAINTENANCE EVERY 1000 HOURS OF OPERATION
4.7.10.a CHANGING THE OIL IN THE TRAVEL REDUCTION GEARS
4.7.11 MAINTENANCE EVERY 2000 HOURS OF OPERATION
4.7.11.a CHANGING THE HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OIL AND CLEANING THE SUCTION FILTER
4.7.11.b CHANGING THE COOLANT
4.7.11.c CHECKING AND ADJUSTING THE ENGINE VALVE CLEARANCE
4.7.11.d CHECKING THE ALTERNATOR AND THE STARTER
5.1 TECHNICAL DATA
5.1.1 STANDARD OVERALL DIMENSIONS PC12R
WITH CAB
WITH CANOPY
5.1.2 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS PC12R
5.1.3 STANDARD OVERALL DIMENSIONS PC12R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE)
WITH CAB
WITH CANOPY
5.1.4 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS PC12R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE)
5.1.5 STANDARD OVERALL DIMENSIONS PC15R
WITH CAB
WITH CANOPY
5.1.6 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS PC15R
5.1.7 STANDARD OVERALL DIMENSIONS PC15R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE)
WITH CAB
WITH CANOPY
5.1.8 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS PC15R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE)
5.1.9 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH RAISED BLADE PC12R
5.1.10 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH LOWERED BLADE PC12R
5.1.11 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH RAISED BLADE PC12R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE NARROWED)
5.1.12 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH RAISED BLADE PC12R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE WIDENED)
5.1.13 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH LOWERED BLADE PC12R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE NARROWED)
5.1.14 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH LOWERED BLADE PC12R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE WIDENED)
5.1.15 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH RAISED BLADE PC15R
5.1.16 LIFTING CAPACITY LOWERED BLADE PC15R
5.1.17 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH RAISED BLADE PC15R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE NARROWED)
5.1.18 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH RAISED BLADE PC15R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE WIDENED)
5.1.19 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH LOWERED BLADE PC15R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE NARROWED)
5.1.20 LIFTING CAPACITY WITH LOWERED BLADE PC15R HS (VARIABLE TRACK GAUGE WIDENED)
6.1 AUTHORIZED OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
6.1.1 PRECAUTIONS REGARDING SAFETY
6.1.2 PRECAUTIONS REGARDING THE INSTALLATION OF EQUIPMENT
6.1.3 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
(PC12R-PC12R HS)
(PC15R-PC15R HS)
6.2 ARRANGEMENT FOR THE INSTALLATION OF THE DEMOLITION HAMMER (BREAKER)
6.2.1 DESCRIPTION AND CONTROL
6.2.2 USE OF THE DEMOLITION HAMMER AND RULES TO BE OBSERVED
FOR A CORRECT USE, IT IS NECESSARY TO:
ALWAYS AVOID THE FOLLOWING INCORRECT USES:
6.2.3 INSTALLING AND REMOVING THE DEMOLITION HAMMER
6.2.3.1 INSTALLING THE HAMMER
6.2.3.2 REMOVING THE HAMMER
6.2.4 MAINTENANCE

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