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JCB JZ 70 Lubricants – Health and Safety

JCB JZ 70 Lubricants – Health and Safety, Here is JCB JZ 70 Service Repair Manual

First Aid – Oil

Swallowing
If oil is swallowed you should not induce vomiting. Get medical advice.
Skin
In the case of excessive skin contact you should wash with soap and water.
Eyes
In the case of eye contact, flush with water for 15 minutes. If irritation persists, get medical attention.
Fires
Extinguish with carbon dioxide, dry chemical or foam. Firefighters should use self contained breathing apparatus.

Hygiene

JCB lubricants are not a health risk when used properly for their intended purposes. However, excessive or prolonged skin contact can remove the natural fats from your skin, causing dryness and irritation. Low viscosity oils are more likely to do this, therefore particular care is necessary in handling used oils which can be diluted with fuel contamination. Whenever you are handling oil products you should maintain good standards of care and personal and plant hygiene. For details of these precautions we advise you to read the relevant publications issued by your local health authority, and note the following:

Storage
Always keep lubricants out of the reach of children. Never store lubricants in open or unlabelled containers.

Handling

New Oil
There are no special precautions needed for the handling or
use of new oil, beside normal care and hygiene practices.
Used Oil
Used engine crankcase lubricants contain harmful contaminants. In laboratory tests it was shown that used engine oils can cause skin cancer.
Here are precautions to protect your health when handling used engine oil:

1. Avoid prolonged, excessive or repeated skin contact with used engine oils.
2. Apply a barrier cream to the skin before handling used engine oil.
3. Note the following when removing engine oil from skin:

a. Wash your skin thoroughly with soap and water.

b. Using a nail brush will help.
c. Use special hand cleansers to help clean dirty hands.
d. Never use petrol, diesel fuel or gas oil.
e. Avoid skin contact with oil soaked clothing.
f. Don’t keep oily rags in pockets.
g. Wash dirty clothing before re-use.
h. Throw away oil-soaked shoes.

Waste Disposal
All waste products should be disposed of in accordance with all the relevant regulations.The collection and disposal of used engine oil should be in accordance with any local regulations. Never pour used engine oil into sewers or drains.

Spillage
Absorb on sand or a locally approved brand of absorbent granules. Scrape up and remove to a chemical disposal area.

Service Schedules

Every 10 Operating Hours or Daily
Whichever occurs first

1 Clean
a Machine generally.
2 Grease
(If operating in very wet or severe conditions)
a Bucket/dipper pivot points.
3 Check (Engine Stopped)

a Generally for damage.
b For oil and coolant leakage.
c Security of bolts and nuts ††.
d For disconnected or shorted wiring, loose terminals.
e Hydraulic fluid level.
f Engine oil level.
g Track tension.
h Windscreen washer fluid level.
j Fuel system for leaks.
k Fuel level.
l The auxiliary circuit hydraulic oil filter visual indicator (if using a rockbreaker)

†† Tapping with a hammer will identify any loose nuts and bolts which should then be tightened to the specified torque.

4 Check (Engine Running)

a Operation of warning lights and audible alarm.
b Operation of other electrical equipment.
c Exhaust for excessive smoke.
d Excavator operation.
e Transmission operation.
f Operation of track and slew brakes.
g Operation of hour meter.

Every 50 Operating Hours or Weekly
Whichever occurs first

1 Do the daily jobs plus:
2 Clean
a Drain water and sediment from fuel tank.
b Drain fuel water separator.
3 Grease
a All pivot pins.

Every 100 Operating Hours or 2-Weekly
Whichever occurs first

1 Do a 50 hour service plus:
2 Clean
a Battery terminals.
b Fuel lift pump strainer†.
3 Change

a Engine oil main filter element †.
b Engine oil †.
c Servo oil filter element †.
d Engine oil filter by-pass element †.
e Return filter element†.
f Drain filter element †.
g Track gearbox oil†.
h Fuel filter element†.

4 Check (Engine Stopped)

a Hoses and pipework for chafing or damage.
b Condition of ram piston.
c Bucket pivot pin grease seals†.
d Track plate condition.
e Track and running gear.
f Top and bottom track rollers for oil leaks †.
g Track idler wheels for oil leaks †.
h Security of major unit mounting bolts and nuts†.
If loose, tighten to specified torque.
i Wiring for chafing.
j Fan belt adjustment†.
k Accumulator operation.
l Radiator for damage.
m Oil cooler for damage.
n Battery electrolyte level†.
p Exhaust system security†.
r Teeth and sidecutters†.

5 Check (Engine Running)

a Operation of throttle system†.
b Operation of overload warning†.
c Operation of stop control†.

† These procedures are only to be carried out after the first 100 hours use of a new machine. Thereafter they are to be carried out as detailed in the following periodic checks.

Every 250 Operating Hours or Monthly
Whichever occurs first

1 Do a 100 hour service plus:
2 Clean
a Drain water and deposits from hydraulic oil tank.
b Air cleaner dust valve.
3 Grease
a Door and canopy hinges.
b Slew ring bearing.
4 Change
a Engine oil.
b Engine oil full flow filter element.
5 Check (Engine Stopped)
a Battery electrolyte level.
b Security of major unit mounting bolts and nuts. If loose, tighten to specified torque.
c Track gearbox oil level.
d Fan belt adjustment.
e Air inlet system security

Every 500 Operating Hours or 3-Monthly
Whichever occurs first

1 Do a 250 hour service plus:
2 Clean
a Radiator, grille and oil cooler fins.
3 Grease
a Slew ring teeth.
4 Change
a Fuel filter element.
5 Check (Engine Stopped)
a Exhaust system security.
b Top and bottom track rollers for oil leaks.
c Track idler wheels for oil leaks.
d Hydraulic oil (check the degradation and cleanliness
by sampling).
e Seat belt condition and security.
f Teeth and sidecutters.
6 Check (Engine Running)
a Operation of throttle system.
b Operation of overload warning.
c Operation of stop control.

Every 1000 Operating Hours or 6-Monthly Whichever occurs first
1 Do a 500 hour service

2 Clean
a Fuel lift pump strainer.
b Hydraulic fluid suction strainer.
3 Change (Engine Stopped)
a Engine air filter element (outer).
b Hydraulic tank air breather element.
c Track gearbox oil.
d Return filter element.†††
e Nephron filter.†††
f Servo oil filter element.†††
g Drain filter.†††
4 Check (Engine Stopped)
a Track wear.

Every 2000 Operating Hours or Yearly
Whichever occurs first
1 Do a 1000 hour service plus:
2 Check (Engine Stopped)
a Sample hydraulic oil and replace if necessary.
3 Grease
a Slew gearbox
4 Change
a Hydraulic fluid suction strainer.
b Engine air filter element (inner).
Every 4000 Operating Hours or 2 Years
Whichever occurs first
1 Do a 2000 hour service plus:
2 Change
a Top and bottom track roller oil
b Long life coolant.
c Fuel hose (fuel tank – engine).
d Fuel hose (fuel filter – injection pump).
e Hydraulic pump exit hose (pump – operation valve).
f Boom ram line hose.
g Dipper ram line hose.
h Bucket ram line hose.
††† Refer to Service Intervals for Hydraulic Oil and Filters when using a Breaker.

Every 5000 Operating Hours or 2 Years
6 Months
Whichever occurs first
1 Do a 1000 hour service plus:
2 Change
a Hydraulic oil.†††
b Hydraulic tank air breather element.
c Hydraulic fluid suction strainer.†††
††† Refer to Service intervals for Hydraulic Oil and Filters when using a Breaker.

 

 

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