Komatsu PC30MR-2, PC35MR-2 Galeo Hydraulic Excavator Operation & Maintenance Manual – WEAM006600

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Komatsu PC30MR-2, PC35MR-2 Galeo Hydraulic Excavator Operation & Maintenance Manual – WEAM006600

This manual PDF download describes procedures for operation, handling, lubrication, maintenance, checking, and adjustment for the Komatsu PC30MR-2, PC35MR-2 Galeo Hydraulic Excavator. It will help the operator or anyone realize peak performance through effective, economical and safe machine operation and maintenance.

APPLICABLE MODELS :

Komatsu PC30MR-2 – S/N: 20001 and up
Komatsu PC35MR-2 – S/N: 5001 and up

TABLE OF CONTENTS :

– SAFETY
– OPERATION
– MAINTENANCE
– SPECIFICATIONS
– OPTIONS AND ATTACHMENTS

MANUAL SPECIFICATION :

File Format : PDF
Language : English
Printable : Yes
Searchable : Yes
Bookmarked : Yes
Product Code : WEAM006600
Total Pages : 238

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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 AND PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (PIN)
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 DEALER’S ADDRESS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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 OPERATOR’S 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 OPERATOR’S 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 MACHINE VIEW ILLUSTRATIONS
3.1.1 OVERALL MACHINE VIEW
3.1.2 CONTROLS AND GAUGES
3.2 DETAILED CONTROLS AND GAUGES
3.2.1 MONITORING SYSTEM
3.2.1.1 EMERGENCY MONITORS
3.2.1.2 METER DISPLAY PORTION
3.2.1.3 PILOT LAMPS
3.2.1.4 MONITOR SWITCHES PORTION
3.2.2 SWITCHES
3.2.3 CONTROL LEVERS AND PEDALS
3.2.4 WINDSHIELD (Machines equipped with cab)
3.2.5 SLIDING DOOR (Machines equipped with cab)
3.2.6 SLIDING WINDOW (Machines equipped with cab)
3.2.7 EMERGENCY ESCAPE HAMMER (Machines equipped with cab)
3.2.8 COVER WITH LOCK
3.2.9 ENGINE REAR COVER
3.2.10 COOLING COVER
3.2.11 MUD COVER
3.2.12 METHOD OF OPENING (TILTING) FLOOR
3.2.13 FUSE
3.2.14 BLOCK FUSE
3.2.15 OPERATION MANUAL STORAGE
3.2.16 TOOL BOX
3.2.17 GREASE GUN HOLDER
3.2.18 ASHTRAY (Machines equipped with cab)
3.3 MACHINE OPERATIONS AND CONTROLS
3.3.1 BEFORE STARTING ENGINE
3.3.1.1 WALK-AROUND CHECKS
3.3.1.2 CHECKS BEFORE STARTING
3.3.1.3 ADJUSTMENT
3.3.1.4 OPERATIONS BEFORE STARTING ENGINE
3.3.1.5 STARTING ENGINE
3.3.2 AFTER STARTING ENGINE
3.3.2.1 BREAKING-IN THE NEW MACHINE
3.3.2.2 WARMING-UP OPERATION
3.3.3 STOPPING THE ENGINE
3.3.4 MACHINE OPERATION
3.3.4.1 PREPARATIONS FOR MOVING THE MACHINE OFF
3.3.4.2 MOVING MACHINE FORWARD
3.3.4.3 MOVING MACHINE BACKWARD
3.3.4.4 STOPPING MACHINE
3.3.5 STEERING THE MACHINE
3.3.5.1 STEERING
3.3.6 SWINGING
3.3.7 WORK EQUIPMENT CONTROLS AND OPERATIONS
3.3.8 PROHIBITED OPERATIONS
3.3.9 GENERAL OPERATION INFORMATION
3.3.10 TRAVELING ON SLOPES
3.3.11 ESCAPE FROM MUD
3.3.12 WORK POSSIBLE USING COMPACT HYDRAULIC EXCAVATOR
3.3.13 CHANGING THE BUCKET
3.3.14 PARKING MACHINE
3.3.15 CHECK AFTER SHUT OFF ENGINE
3.3.16 MACHINE INSPECTION AFTER DAILY WORK
3.3.17 LOCKING
3.3.18 RUBBER SHOES AND ROAD LINERS (Machine equipped with rubber shoe or road liner)
3.3.18.1 RUBBER SHOES AND ROAD LINERS INFORMATION
3.3.18.2 WARRANTY FOR RUBBER SHOES AND ROAD LINERS
3.3.18.3 USING RUBBER SHOES AND ROAD LINERS
3.4 TRANSPORTATION
3.4.1 TRANSPORTATION PROCEDURE
3.4.2 LOADING AND UNLOADING WITH TRAILER
3.4.3 LIFTING MACHINE
3.5 COLD WEATHER OPERATION
3.5.1 COLD WEATHER OPERATION INFORMATION
3.5.1.1 FUEL AND LUBRICANTS
3.5.1.2 COOLING SYSTEM COOLANT
3.5.1.3 BATTERY
3.5.2 CAB HEATER IN COLD WEATHER (Machines equipped with cab)
3.5.3 AFTER DAILY WORK COMPLETION
3.5.4 AFTER COLD WEATHER SEASON
3.6 LONG TERM STORAGE
3.6.1 BEFORE STORAGE
3.6.2 DURING STORAGE
3.6.3 AFTER STORAGE
3.7 TROUBLES AND ACTIONS
3.7.1 RUNNING OUT OF FUEL
3.7.2 PHENOMENA THAT ARE NOT FAILURES
3.7.3 TOWING THE MACHINE
3.7.4 SEVERE JOB CONDITION
3.7.5 DISCHARGED BATTERY
3.7.5.1 BATTERY REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION
3.7.5.2 BATTERY CHARGES
3.7.5.3 STARTING ENGINE WITH BOOSTER CABLES
3.7.6 OTHER TROUBLE
3.7.6.1 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
3.7.6.2 CHASSIS
3.7.6.3 ENGINE
4.1 MAINTENANCE INFORMATION
4.2 LUBRICANTS, COOLANT AND FILTERS
4.2.1 HANDLING OIL, FUEL, COOLANT, AND PERFORMING OIL CLINIC
4.2.1.1 OIL
4.2.1.2 FUEL
4.2.1.3 COOLING SYSTEM COOLANT
4.2.1.4 GREASE
4.2.1.5 CARRYING OUT KOWA (KOMATSU OIL WEAR ANALYSIS)
4.2.1.6 OIL AND FUEL STORAGE
4.2.1.7 FILTERS
4.2.2 ELECTRIC SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
4.2.3 HANDLING HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
4.3 WEAR PARTS
4.3.1 WEAR PARTS LIST
4.4 LUBRICANTS, FUEL AND COOLANT SPECIFICATIONS
4.4.1 HOMOLOGATED HEES SYNTHETIC BIODEGRADABLE LUBRICANTS
4.5 TIGHTENING TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS
4.5.1 TIGHTENING TORQUE LIST
4.6 LUBRICATION
4.6.1 LUBRICATION DIAGRAM
4.7 SAFETY CRITICAL PARTS
4.7.1 SAFETY CRITICAL PARTS LIST
4.8 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
4.8.1 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE CHART
4.8.2 MAINTENANCE INTERVAL FOR HYDRAULIC BREAKER
4.9 MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
4.9.1 WHEN REQUIRED
4.9.1.a CHECK, CLEAN AND REPLACE AIR CLEANER ELEMENT
4.9.1.b CLEAN INSIDE OF COOLING SYSTEM
4.9.1.c CHECK LEVEL OF BATTERY ELECTROLYTE
4.9.1.d CLEAN WATER SEPARATOR ELEMENT
4.9.1.e DRAIN WATER AND SEDIMENT FROM FUEL TANK
4.9.1.f CHECK AND TIGHTEN TRACK SHOE BOLTS (Machine equipped with road liner, steel shoe)
4.9.1.g CHECK AND ADJUST TRACK TENSION (Machine equipped with road liner, steel shoe)
4.9.1.h CHECK, RUBBER SHOES OR ROAD LINERS (Machine equipped with rubber shoes, road liner)
4.9.1.i CHECK AND ADJUST RUBBER SHOE TENSION (Machine equipped with rubber shoes)
4.9.1.j REPLACE RUBBER SHOES (Machine equipped with rubber shoes)
4.9.1.k REPLACE ROAD LINERS (Machine equipped with road liner)
4.9.1.l CHECK WINDOW WASHER FLUID LEVEL, ADD FLUID (Machine equipped with cab)
4.9.1.m CHECK, CLEAN AND LUBRICATE CAB SLIDE DOOR RAIL AND ROLLER (Machine equipped with cab)
4.9.1.n LUBRICATING
4.9.1.o BLEEDING AIR FROM HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
4.9.2 CHECK BEFORE STARTING
4.9.3 EVERY 500 HOURS MAINTENANCE
4.9.3.a LUBRICATING
4.9.3.b CHANGE OIL IN ENGINE OIL PAN, REPLACE ENGINE OIL FILTER CARTRIDGE
4.9.3.c REPLACE FUEL FILTER CARTRIDGE
4.9.3.d CHECK OIL LEVEL IN FINAL DRIVE CASE, ADD OIL
4.9.3.e CLEAN AND INSPECT RADIATOR FINS AND OIL COOLER FINS
4.9.3.f CHECK AND ADJUST COOLING FAN BELT TENSION
4.9.4 EVERY 1000 HOURS MAINTENANCE
4.9.4.a REPLACE HYDRAULIC OIL FILTER ELEMENT
4.9.4.b CHANGE OIL IN FINAL DRIVE CASE
4.9.4.c CHECK ENGINE VALVE CLEARANCE, ADJUST
4.9.5 EVERY 2000 HOURS MAINTENANCE
4.9.5.a CHANGE OIL IN HYDRAULIC TANK, CLEAN STRAINER
4.9.5.b CHECK ALTERNATOR, STARTING MOTOR
5.1 SPECIFICATIONS
5.2 LIFTING CAPACITIES
5.2.1 LIFTING CAPACITIES PC30MR-2 (WITH CANOPY)
5.2.2 LIFTING CAPACITIES PC30MR-2 (WITH CABIN)
5.2.3 LIFTING CAPACITIES PC35MR-2 (WITH CANOPY)
5.2.4 LIFTING CAPACITIES PC35MR-2 (WITH CABIN)
6.1 ATTACHMENTS AND OPTIONS – GENERAL INFORMATION
6.1.1 SAFETY FIRST
6.1.2 ATTACHMENT INSTALLATION
6.1.3 CHARACTERISTICS OF THE OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
6.1.3.1 FOR MODEL PC30MR-2 ONLY
6.1.3.2 FOR MODEL PC35MR-2 ONLY
6.2 MACHINE READY FOR ATTACHMENT
6.2.1 LOCATIONS
6.2.2 HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT
6.2.2.1 ASSEMBLYING AND CONNECTING THE EQUIPMENT
6.2.2.2 MAINTENANCE
6.2.2.3 BLEEDING AIR
6.3 ATTACHMENT OPERATIONS
6.3.1 LONG TERM STORAGE
6.3.2 SPECIFICATIONS
6.4 ATTACHMENT GUIDE
6.4.1 ATTACHMENT COMBINATIONS
6.5 RECOMMENDED ATTACHMENT OPERATIONS
6.5.1 HYDRAULIC BREAKER

 

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