Vibratory Rammer. Instruction Manual TV55DFW TV65DFW TV75DFW TV85DFW. Model: Model: Model: Model: Perth Sydney Brisbane Melbourne Adelaide

Instruction Manual Vibratory Rammer Model: Model: Model: Model: TV55DFW TV65DFW TV75DFW TV85DFW *TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH SEPARATE ENGINE OPE...
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Instruction Manual

Vibratory Rammer Model: Model: Model: Model:

TV55DFW TV65DFW TV75DFW TV85DFW

*TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH SEPARATE ENGINE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Australian Distributors:

Hire & Rental Industry Association ‘Supplier of the Year’

East Coast: 1300 650 659 WA Metro: 9350 5588 WA Country: 1800 655 588 See our full range of products at www.crommelins.com.au

Perth • Sydney • Brisbane • Melbourne • Adelaide

1. Pref ace This manual c ontains important information on how to use TACOM Vibratory Rammer properly and safely. Read through this manual BEFORE you attempt to operate the machine.

2. Safety The fo llowing safety instructions followed to avoid any property personal injury, or possible death. -

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This machine must be operated by well-trained personnel, and for its intended purpose only. The owner of the machine must observe, and have the user of the machine observe, the effective labor protection regulations in the country of application. This machine must be operated on the ground where the stability is guaranteed. When working near the rim of the excavated trenches, use the machine properly so that the machine may not collapse or fall down. Keep the work area clean and free from obstacles. Keep the unauthorized personnel away from the machine during the operation. ALWAYS wear ear-protector, hard cap (helmet), dust mask, safety goggles, gloves, and steel toe capped shoes during the operation. Set the engine switch to O FF position before transportation or maintenance. Close the fuel-shut off valve before transportation or storage. Do not attempt to remove any cover or guard. Always check the condition of guards and covers before operation. Never leave the engine running unattended. The machine is heavy, and must not be li fted

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single-handedly. Use proper hoist to lift the machine. The engine is liable to be extremely hot during and immediately a fter t he operation. DO NOT TOUCH HOT ENGINE. Fuel Fuel is flammable. Handle it very carefully. Do not smoke while filing the fuel tank. Before refueling, switch off the engine and allow it to cool. Wipe off any spilt fuel from the engine and the machine. Keep the fuel in proper container and at the safe place. Exhaust Fume The Exhaust Fume contains poisonous Carbon Monoxide. Operate the machine only where the proper ventilation can be guaranteed. Residual Risks This machine is designed to eliminate the possible risks arising from the use of it. However, risks do reside, and these residual risks are not clearly recognizable, and may cause personal injury or property damage or possible death. I f s u c h unpredictable and unrecognizable risks become a pparent, t he machine must be stop ped immediately, and operator or his supervisor must take appropriate measure to e liminate such risks. It is sometimes necessary that the manufacturer must be informed of such event for future counter measuring.

3. Specificati ons Model

TV55DFW

TV65DFW

TV75DFW

TV85DFW

Weight

58 Kg

73 Kg

76 Kg

83 Kg

677 x 380 x 1,046

774 x 420 x 1,022

777 x 420 x 1,038

777 x 420 x 1,038

333 x 250mm

333 x 280mm

333 x 280mm

333 x 300mm

480 ~ 780 v.p.m.

480 ~ 820 v.p.m.

480 ~ 820 v.p.m.

480 ~ 820 v.p,m.

30 ~ 40mm

40 ~ 50mm

40 ~ 50mm

40 ~ 50mm

8 ~ 13 m/min.

8 ~ 13.6 m/min.

8 ~ 13.6 m/min.

8 ~ 13.6 m/min

Overall Dimensions (LxWxH) Ramming Shoe Size (LxW) Vibration Frequency Jumping Stroke

ENGINE Fuel Tank

Travel Speed Model

SUBARU EH09D-2D

SUBARU EH12D-2D

SUBARU EH12D-2D

SUBARU EH12D-2D

Type

4 Stroke, Air-cooled, OHV, Gaso line Engine

4 Stroke, Air-cooled, OHV, Gasoline Engine

4 Stroke, Air-cooled, OHV, Gasoline Engine

4 Stroke, Air-cooled, OHV, Gasoline Engine

Fuel

Automotive Gasoline

Automotive Gasoline

Automotive Gasoline

Automotive Gasoline

2.1KW (2.8HP)

2.6KW (3.5HP)

2.6KW (3.5HP)

2.6KW (3.5HP)

2.7 Litre

2.7Litre

2.7Litre

2.7Litre

Maximum Output Capacity

Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.

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4. Intended Use This machi ne is intended for the compaction of road base, foundations, curbs, footing, and for the repair of streets, highways, sidewalks or pavements.

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5. Ch eck Before Operation Check the entire machine for any sign of damage or leak. Never a ttempt to r un the machine before such damage or l eak has been replaced or repaired. Check the Engine Oil Level before operation. Place the machine on the level surface and remove the Oil Filler Cap. Check to see if the oil level is between L and H level using the oil level gauge at the filler cap. Check the condition of Air Filter element before each use. If the filter element is contaminated, clean the element or replace it in a ccordance with the instruction manual for engine. Check that the fuel is sufficient. If not, supply fuel. (See SAFETY Instruction for the handling of fuel)

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would be hindered, and the premature wear or tear may result. Do not tilt t he machine too much during the operation. T r y t o k e e p the entire sole of the ramming shoe on the ground. O t herwise, premature wear or tear of the ra mming shoe may result. When compacting on the damp soil, put the wire to the Pull Fixture, and have the other person pull the rope to assist t he forward movement.

{Stopping the Machine} Move the throttle lever to L position, and let the engine run at idle for 1 to 2 minutes. Close the fuel shut-off valve. Set the Engine Switch to O FF position to stop the engine.

7. Maintenance The height of the handle can be adjusted by loosening three bolts at each side of the Operation handle, and retighten them at the desired handle height. F o r the maintenance of Engine, refer to the Instruction manual for engine. Check the tightne ss of every bolts and nuts at every 8 hours of operation. Retighten if necessary. Replace the oil in the ra mming cy linder a fter first 20 hours of operation. H enceforce, replace the oil at every 200 hours of operation. - Remove the O il Filler Pl ug at the Protector, and tilt the machine to drain the old oil. - Place the machine on the level surface at upright position, and supply new oil. Do not overfill with the oil. (Quantity: TV55DFW, TV65DFW = 700cc) T V 7 5 D F W , T V 8 5 D F W =800cc) Recommended Oil: SAE 10W30

6. Operati ng Instructions {Starting the Engine} Open the Fuel Shut-off Valve at the fuel tank. Set the Engine Switch to ON position. Set the Thro ttle Lever halfway between H and L position. Move the Choke Lever to close it. When the engine is warm, let the lever partially open. Hold the machine firmly with one hand, and pull the reco il starter with t he other hand until you feel resistance. Then, pull the recoil starter briskly to start the engine. Move the Choke Lever to OPEN position, and let the engine run at idle for 2 to 3 minutes.

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8. Trans portation

Move the throttle lever quickly to H position. - Move the lever quickly. Slow setting may cause damage to the centrifugal clutch. - Always set the throttle lever to the highest position during operation. Improper setting may cause irregular tamping motion and premature wear of the machine. - The engines' maximum revolution has been set at the factory to produce the optimum engine power. D O N O T attempt to alter this setting.

Before transportation, confirm that the fuel shut-off valve is closed. It is recommended to consume all the fuel in the fuel line and the chamber of the carburetor by running the engine at idle while the fuel-shut off valve is closed. The engine will stop after all the fuel remained has been consumed. Then, set the engine switch to OFF position. Be sure to let the engine cool off before transportation. Place the machine in an upright position during the operation if at all possible. If the machine needs to be laid on the floor of the vehicle, lay the machine to the right (when viewed from the operator's position). Never l e t the carburetor of the engine faces downward, or the engine oil may get into the

A t the maximum engine revolution, the machine gives impact to the ground while moving forward to compact the lift. - Do not put pressures on the operation handle during the operation. The jumping motion

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carburetor or air cleaner to cause starting difficulties. Tie the machine firmly to the vehicle during the transportation. Lifting the machine - Before lifting the machine, check the condition of the Rubber Isolator for Handle. If there is any sign of crack or wear, replace the Rubber Isolator before lifting the machine. - F o l l o w t he applicable safety instruction for the use of hoist or lift.

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9. Storage Make sure that the engine is completely cooled off. Wipe off any dirt or oil on the machine. Put the cover over the machine. For long-term storage, remove fuel from the fuel tank. Also remove fuel remained in the fuel line and the chamber of the carburetor. To drain fuel from the chamber of the carburetor, remove the Drain Plug provided at the chamber, and remove the fuel.

Troubleshooting Trouble Engine won't start.

Possible Causes Fuel is insufficient.

Engine stops suddenly, or stops when RPM is increased

Fuel Cock is closed. Engine Switch is set to OFF position. Spark Plug contaminated or damaged. Improper spark plug gap See above. Main jet of the carburetor being clogged with dirt. Air Filter Element dirty. Spark Plug cap is loose.

Engine runs, but the machine does not produce impact.

Lack of engine power. Clutch slipping.

Crank/Gear unit damaged.

Countermeasure Refuel with Automotive gasoline. Open the fuel cock. Set the switch to ON. Replace the spark plug. Correct the gap. See above Take out the main jet from carburetor, and clean the the jet with compressed air. Clean the element. Tightly fit the plug cap to the plug. See above. Dismantle the clutch assembly, and clean the shoe and drum with proper solvent. R e p l a c e t h e shoe if necessary. Contact dealer.

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Hire and Rental Industry Association Ltd Product Safety Assessment Sheet PLANT INFORMATION

PSA Ref #: 00317 Model No: TV65DFW Plant Name: TACOM VIBRATING RAMMER TV65DFW Manufacturer: Crommelins Machinery WA Manufacturer's Website: www.crommelins.com.au Web Link for Plant: www.crommelins.com.au Mandatory Personal Protective Equipment:

Dust Mask

Foot Protection

Hearing Protection

Protective Clothing

Safety Goggles

RISK ASSESSMENT INFORMATION Operator Competency: Plant Licence Not Required Potential Hazard(s)

Risk Level

Control Measure(s)

Explosion or fire from fuel vapours.

Medium

• Stop the engine before refuelling. Do not refuel while hot. Avoid spillage of fuel when refuelling. Ensure the fuel cap is properly secured after refuelling. Carry out visual inspection for fuel leaks and repair before operation. Keep flammables away from the engine. Warning label on engine. Do not smoke while operating, servicing or refuelling this machine.

Exposure to ultraviolet radiation if working outdoors.

Medium

• Wear sunscreen, hat, long sleeves and long trousers.

Hearing damage from excessive Medium/Low noise.

• Hearing protection with a rating of 20db must be worn. Warning label on plant.

Manual handling hazard.

Medium/Low

• Do not attempt a single person lift. Use correct lifting techniques. A mechanical lift is • recommended. Weight 73 kgs.

Coming into contact with hot parts of the engine.

Medium/Low

• The muffler is fitted with a heat shield. Let the engine cool down before attempting any maintenance. Avoid contact with hot components.

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Inhaling exhaust or fuel fumes.

Medium/Low

• Only operate in a well ventilated area. Do not operate in a confined space. Avoid breathing petrol fumes.Avoid skin contact with petrol. Warning label on engine.

Injury or ill health due to exposure to excessive vibration.

Low

• The operator needs to take regular breaks to provide postural relief for safe work practises.

Injury or ill health due to exposure to dust.

Low

• An approved dust mask must be worn.

Coming into contact with moving Low parts.

• Belt guard fitted to plant. Do not remove guards or covers.

Customer Identified Hazard(s)

Key Operating Instructions Please refer to the User Guide and Operator's Manual for Operating Instructions Use unleaded fuel only. TO START turn on the fuel tap by moving lever to the down position. Ensure the stop switch is in the ON position. For cold starting close the choke lever. Start the engine by pulling the recoil rope with the throttle at the halfway position. As the engine warms up return the choke lever to the open position. To commence operation quickly open the throttle to full speed. The engines max speed is factory set, do not alter or irregular tamping and premature wear will result. Maintain control of the machine with both hands on the handle. TO STOP the machine return the throttle to the low speed position, turn the stop switch to OFF and turn off the fuel tap.

The Safety Information on this assessment has been developed for the Hire and Rental Industry to assist in the safe operation of this equipment. This information contains general information only and should not be relied upon as a substitute for professional advice, which the user should seek before operating. Once printed this is an uncontrolled copy.

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