TERROR ON TRACKS VIII
800KG Mini Excavator
It is the customers’ responsibility to comply with the safety regulations and laws of the relevant authorities and to operate, inspect and maintain the machines as required by the manufacturer.
Please read and understand all safety information that describes how to prevent accidents.
Please comply with all safety regulations
The machine must be operated, inspected and maintained by trained and qualified worker.
All rules, regulations, precautions and safety measures must be understood and adhered to when performing machine operation, inspection and maintenance. Do not operate, inspect or maintain the machine under the influence of alcohol, drugs, medicine, fatigue or lack of sleep.
If any abnormalities (such as noise, vibration, odor, oil leakage, false alarm, etc) are found during the operation , inspection and maintenance of the machine, the sales or service agent shall be notified immediately and appropriate measures shall be taken. Do not operate the machine until the exception has been ruled out.
Operating temperature range In order to maintain the performance of the machin e and avoid premature wear,please observe the following operating rules:::Do not operate the machine when the outdoor temperature exceeds +450C or is below -150C
If operating at an outdoor temperature above +450C, the engine may overheat and degrade engine performance. The temperature of the hydraulic oil can also be very high, causing damage to hydraulic equipment
Rubber parts such as gaskets may harden and cause premature wear or damage to the machine if operated outdoors below -150C.
If you need to operate the machine outside the above outdoor temperature range, please consult the sales or agent.
Wear appropriate clothing and protective equipment
Do not wear loose-fitting clothing or accessories that may hook on levers or moving parts.
Do not wear clothes with grease or oil stains that may easily catch fire. Wear safety shoes, safety helmet, safety glasses, filter mask, thick gloves, ear protection and other protective equipment as required by the working environment.
Precautions when standing up or leaving the driver’s seat
When the driver gets up from the seat, lower the working device to the ground and stop the engine. Accidental touching of any control handle can cause the machine to move and may result in serious injury or death.
Please do not touch the bulldozer, dynamic hip pendulum and auxiliary hydraulic control.
Before leaving the driver’s seat, lower the working device to the ground and shut off the engine. Be sure to unplug the key , keep it with you, and put in the designated place.
Maintain fuel oil, lubricating oil, grease and antifreeze principle flame. When handling combustibles, stay away from lit cigarettes, matches, lighters, and other flames or sources of ignition.
Avoid smoking or open fires when handling fuel or operating fuel systems.
Do not leave the site while refueling or lubricating oil
When the engine is running or has not cooled down, do not remove the oil cap for refueling. Please avoid splashing fuel onto the surface of the machine or electronic system components.
Immediately clean up spilled fuel or lubricating oil.
Check for leaks of fuel and lubricating oil. Please eliminate the possibility of leakage and clean the machine before operation.
A short circuit in the electronic system may cause a fire. Please check every day for loose or damaged wiring connections. Retighten the loose connector and cable card. Repair or replace damaged electrical wiring.
Precautions at Start-up
Support your weight in a three-point safe position when getting on/off the machine.
Do not attempt to jump on or off the machine. Do not try to get on or off the machine that is moving.
Climb up/down the footrest facing the machine and hold on to the back of the chair to support your weight in a three-point safe posture (hands and feet).
Do not use the control lever as a handle.
Before starting the machine, ask any unauthorized personnel to leave the area. Make sure it is safe to start the machine by checking the following items before you start it.
Walk around the machine to warn the person servicing the machine and the
person walking near the machine. Make sure that no one is around the machine before starting it.
Get in the driver’s seat and start the engine.
Adjust the seat to firmly lock.
Check whether the parking device is turned on and whether all control levers and pedals are in the neutral position. Make sure no one is near the machine.
The machine can only be started and operated from the driver’s seat.
Do not attempt to start the engine by shorting the starter terminal.
Work unit operation instructions (this sign is located on the inside front of the
|Left operation joysticks (1)
|Right operationjoysticks (5)
Right operation joysticks (5)
- Pull the joysticks down , lift the boom up.
- Push the joysticks up, put the boom down. Please refer to the detailed illustration
Left operation joysticks (1)
- Pull down on the joysticks, retract the forearm
- Push up on the joysticks, extend the forearm
Please refer to the detailed illustration
- joysticks left. ’ bucket excavates;
- joysticks right ‘ bucket dumps
Left operation handle (1)
- Pull the joysticks to the left, and the upper body rotates to the left;
- Pull the joysticks to the right, and the upper body rotates to the right.
Dozer blade joystick
Pull the joystick down, lower the dozer blade. Forward and reverse joystick
- Push the joystick 3 and 4 forward at the same time, machine moves forward;
- Pull down the joystick 3 and 4 at the same time, the machine moves backward. Left and right rotation joystick 3 and 4
Please refer to the detailed illustration
- Push joystick 3 up and the machine turns right. Or operate joysticks at the same time, with 3 pushing up and 4 pulling down, the machine turns right as well.
Conversely, push joystick 3 down and the machine turns left. Or operate joysticks at the same time, with 3 pulling down and 4 pushing up, the machine turns left as well.
Joystick 6 breaker function
Note for walking:
- It is forbidden to operate the machine laterally on the slope.
- When travelling on a slope or ramp,
be careful not to overturn orslide the machine.
- Do not operate on a steep slope where the machine cannot maintain its stability.
- It is dangerous to operate on a slope; the machine may overturn during operation. It’s better to avoid operating on slopes.
- When moving from one spot t another, make sure the bulldozer shovel is raised, and the bucket
is retracted as shown in the figure on the right.
And raise the bucket to 30-40 cm above the ground.
- Do not swing the boom when moving from place to place.
- When travelling on a slope, lower the bucket to 20
40 cm above the ground;
- When travelling on slopes, drive slowly and cautiously.
- If you must park on a slope, make sure the machine is parked securely.
And to prevent the machine from moving, the bucket should be dug into the soil or supported by the bucket.
- Do not operate the machine in the following places: Moving and turning on gravel, extremely rough and hard rocks, steel beams, scrap iron. Operating
close to the edge of the steel plate will damage the track.
Precautions during transportation
During loading and unloading, the machine may tip over or fall. Please take the following safety measures:
Choose a solid and level ground and keep a sufficient distance from the road shoulder.
The angle of the slopeshould not exceed 30 degrees. If the slope is too steep, please usepillars or pads for support.
Safe transport of machines
When transporting the machine, follow the road safety regulations, vehicle codes, and traffic rules.
The length, width, height and weight of the transport truck after loading the machine should be considered to select the best transport route.
Do not start, stop or drive at high speed suddenly during transportation. Otherwise, the loaded machine will move or lose its balance.
Precautions during maintenance
When inspecting or maintaining the machine, if an unauthorized person starts the engine or touches the control, it may cause serious injury.
Before performing maintenance, turn off the engine, remove the key and carry it with you.
Regular replacement of safety-critical components
To ensure that the machine can be used safely for a longer period of time, regular refueling, inspection and maintenance should be carried out.
Safety-critical components that are regularly replaced refer to components that are aged, worn and functionally degraded after repeated use, and the performance of such components will change over time. These characteristics of such components can cause serious mechanical damage or personal injury, and it is difficult to judge the remaining service life based on visual inspection or operating feel.
Safety critical parts list
|Safety-critical parts that are regularly replaced
|Every 2 years
|Packing on the fuel tank cap
|Hydraulic hose (pump outlet)
|Hydraulic hose (pump suction port)
|Hydraulic hose (swing motor)
|Hydraulic hose (walking motor)
|Hydraulic hose (moving boom cylinder pipeline)
|Hydraulic hose (stick cylinder pipeline)
|Hydraulic hose (bucket cylinder pipeline)
|Hydraulic hose (swing cylinder)
|Hydraulic hose (bulldozer cylinder)
|Hydraulic hose (valve)
|Hydraulic hose (auxiliary pipeline)
Refueling matters needing attention
No smoking or open flames are allowed when refueling or near the refueling point.
Do not remove the fuel tank cap or refuel when the engine is being transported or has not yet cooled down. Do not spill fuel on the hot surface of the machine.
Fill the fuel tank in a well-ventilated area.
Do not fill up the fuel tank. There should be room for oil expansion.
Spilled fuel should be wiped clean immediately.
Diesel fuel tank
To maintain the performance and service life of the engine, always use clean, high-quality fuel.
In order to prevent freezing in cold weather, please choose diesel that is still applicable when the actual temperature is at least 12OC lower than the estimated minimum outdoor temperature.
Please use diesel fuel with a cetane number of 45 or above. When used in high cold or high altitude areas, fuel with a higher cetane number is required.
Use fuel with a sulfur content of less than 0.05-0.0015% by volume. (In the United States or Canada, ultra-low sulfur fuel should be used) The use of fuel with high sulfur content may cause sulfuric acid corrosion in the engine cylinder.
The use of kerosene is prohibited. Never mix kerosene, used engine lubricating oil or residual fuel oil with diesel.
Poor quality fuel will reduce engine performance or cause engine damage. It is not recommended to use fuel additives. Certain fuel additives can cause engine performance to decline.
Metal content, such as zinc, sodium, magnesium, silicon, and aluminum, must be limited to 1 mass ppm or less.
Safety measures when using biodiesel, the engine manufacturer’ s warranty provisions are invalid for machines that use biodiesel that does not meet the standards or has deteriorated.
Summer YB-N46 anti-wear hydraulic oil
Winter YC-N46 low temperature hydraulic oil
The hydraulic oil change interval depends on the type of hydraulic oil being used. When using ordinary anti-wear hydraulic oil, the hydraulic oil should be changed every 2000 hours.
Main technical specifications (standard technical parameters)
|Bucket digging force
|Air-cooled single cylinder diesel engine
|Max. Output power
|2430*720*1300mm (Not include driving awning)
|Min. ground clearance
|Max. digging height
|Max. unloading height
|Max. digging depth
|Max. digging radius
|Min. Swing radius
|Max. clearance of the bulldozer
|Max. supporting depth of the shovel