Pneumatic pile-driving hammer F.HKCC245 M1

pneumatic pile-driving hammer
pneumatic pile-driving hammer
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FABU Pile Driving Machine is used for 'pile driving' of piles on to the ground along the motorways. Operating Instructions Move Pile Driving Machine to spot where the work will be carried Clean hose which attaches the compressor and the Pile Driving Machine By blowing air through. Then mount it to the lubricator. Lift the machine by means of two screw jacks. Remove pins above front wheels 900 so the machine can move to the sides instead of back and forth. Secure the new position of the wheels by placing the pins back. Bring the body back on this wheels by turning the screw jacks to left. Lift boom By turning “BOOM LIFT” valve to “UP” position. (Figure 1) If necessary level off the boom by means of screw jacks. Use water level mounted on the boom frame to check if it is levelled off. Align axis of the hammer and operation spot by moving the hammer back and forth. Turn “BODY LIFT VALVE” to “BACK” to move it back. Turn the valve to “FORWARD” to move it forward. (Figure 2) 1. Lift the hammer up by turning “HAMMER LIFT” valve to “UP” position. (Figure 3) 2. Place a pile into socket at the bottom of the boom. Bring the hammer down by turning “HAMMER LIFT” valve to “DOWN” position. Make sure hammer head touches each corner of the pile. Turn “HAMMER LIFT” valve to “0” position. (Figure 4) Set depth to which to pile will be driven by means of Rod Measure. Driving hammer will stop automatically when the pile is driven to the set depth. Start driving the pile by turning ‘”HAMMER” valve to position “I”. When the pile driven to the depth of 30 cm turn the valve to position “II”. (Figure 5)


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