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Kransysteme

Installation, Operation and Maintenance Instructions


incl. Spare parts list

for

ABUS - Push trolley / Electric trolley

3
 HF 6
Type Size  11
 EF  22
 36

Factory No. ____ / _______________

Manufacturer
ABUS Kransysteme GmbH Tel. ##49 2261 / 37–0
Sonnenweg 1 Fax. ##49 2261 / 37247
D – 51647 Gummersbach
Stand : 10. December 1999

This document may not be reproduced or given to third parties and its content must not be divulged or used for other purposes without the prior written permission of ABUS. You will be liable to
pay compensation for any breach of this provision. All patent and registered design rights reserved.
A 466.GB

These installation, operation and maintenance instructions are intended for use in an English-
speaking country by English–speaking specialist personnel.
Contents

1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 4.3.1 Connection to ABUS chain hoist . . . 9


1.1 Use of Operating Instructions . . . . . . 3 4.3.2 Connection as solo trolley . . . . . . . . . 9
1.2 Use for the intended purpose . . . . . . 3 4.4 Installation of trolley towing arm . . . . 10
1.3 Standards and Regulations . . . . . . . . 3
1.4 Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 5 Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
1.5 Other Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 5.1 Inspection and maintenance plan . . 10
5.1.1 Check trolley pins for wear . . . . . . . . 11
2 Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 5.1.2 Check of wheel flange clearance . . . 11
2.1 Organisational Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 5.2 Maintenance of the brake . . . . . . . . . 11
2.2 General Notes on Hazards . . . . . . . . . 4 5.2.1 Adjusting the brake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

3 Technical Description . . . . . . 5 6 Problems, Causes


3.1 Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 and Remedies . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
3.1.1 Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
3.1.2 Trolley travel motor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 7 Repairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
3.1.3 Control system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
3.2 Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
8 Disposal, Decommissioning 13
3.2.1 Push trolleys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
3.2.2 Electric trolleys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
3.2.3 Tightening torques of bolts . . . . . . . . 7
9 Manufacturer’s Declaration . 14
3.2.4 Sound Emissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
3.3 Lubricants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 10 Spare parts list . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
3.3.1 Lubricants used in HF/ EF trolleys . . 7 10.1 Right side plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
3.3.2 Alternative Lubricants . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 10.2 Left side plate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
10.3 Trolley pin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
4 Assembly and start ---up . . . . 8 10.4 Trolley drive EF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
4.1 Scope of delivery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 10.5 Gear unit for trolley drive . . . . . . . . . . 21
4.2 Assembly of the trolley . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 10.6 Brake motor for trolley drive . . . . . . . 22
4.3 Electrical Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 10.7 Fax Order . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

HF EF

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1 General
1.1 Use of Operating Instructions - loads are pulled diagonally,
This installation, operation and maintenance instruc- - loads are torn away, dragged or pulled,
tions must be read before the ABUS electric wire rope - it is used to catch falling loads,
hoist is commissioned and must be available to per- - it is used to lift persons with or without loads.
sonnel operating the hoist at all times during operation. - inching operation
As a trolley for moving loads clear of the ground nat- - reversing operation (operation of opposite direc-
urally entails certain risks, special attention must there- tion when system is in motion)
fore be paid to sections 2 ”Safety” and 5 ”Mainten- - intentional operation against emergency end stops
ance”. (See also Section ”Safety Instructions for Users”.)
The text of these instructions includes hazard warn- Inching operation and intentional operation against
ings, warnings and safety instructions which are end stops are not allowed.
marked by the following symbols:

Danger for persons 1.3 Standards and Regulations


If these instructions are not followed, persons ABUS push / electric trolleys are manufactured and
may be in immediate danger or premature tested and must be operated in accordance with the re-
damage to the product may present a risk to quirements of European and German codes, stan-
personnel. dards and regulations.
The following codes, standards and regulations are ap-
Note! plicable and must be observed by the operator:
Instruction for the proper, efficient operation 98 / 37 / EC Machinery Directive
of the trolley DIN EN 292 Safety of Machines
FEM 9.511 FEM groups
Compliance with these hazard warnings is essential. FEM 9.681 Selection of travel motors
The right to make technical modifications is reserved. and the codes and standards referred to in these docu-
ments.

1.2 Use for the intended purpose


ABUS push trolleys and electric trolleys are intended 1.4 Warranty
solely for the horizontal movement of loads clear of the ABUS will assume no liability for any damage to the
ground and, in combination with hoists, also for lifting crane or hoist resulting from operation other than for
loads. the intended purpose or work performed improperly or
The maximum load capacity indicated on the trolley rat- other than by authorised personnel or for claims by
ing plate and stated in the test book must not be ex- third parties.
ceeded at any time.
In the case of electric hoists, the FEM group, the duty Caution!
cycle and the number of switching operations must If you modify any components under your
also be taken into account. own responsibility, assemble components
The hoists must be installed on suitable rails. All sup- other than in accordance with the installation
porting structures used must be adequately sized. In instructions and/or plans or use any compo-
designing supporting structures, the weight of the nents other than genuine ABUS compo-
equipment, the load capacity and any applicable re- nents, ABUS will be released from any war-
gulations must be taken into account. ranty obligations for the entire equipment.
The trolleys are designed for indoor operation in non---
corrosive atmospheres at temperatures between For the safe and reliable operation of the product and
---10˚C and +40˚C. For higher ambient temperatures, for the retention of warranty rights, it is essential to use
the specified duty cycle must be reduced. The trolleys genuine ABUS parts when you need spare parts.
must not be operated at temperatures above +80˚C. In the case of using ABUS trolleys HF / EF as compo-
Any other operating conditions and modes of operation nents with hoists and crane systems, please note:
require special investigation. The approval of the Safe operation is only possible within the service life
manufacturer may be needed. stated if the crane/hoist is operated within its rating and
Among other things, equipment is not considered to the installation, operation and maintenance instruc-
have been used for the intended purpose if tions are followed. You will find the hoist class, load
- the maximum admissible load capacity is ex- group and FEM group of your crane/hoist in the test
ceeded, book or data sheet for the product concerned.

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1.5 Other Notes The operating instructions must be available to the per-
sonnel responsible for repair and maintenance work at
The declaration of conformity/manufacturer’s
all times.
declaration is included in the test book. The
ABUS---products are largely maintenance---free.
year of manufacture is stated in the data sheet
The little maintenance work which is required must be
in the test book.
performed in accordance with the operating instruc-
tions and the maintenance schedule.
The product will only continue to perform reliably to
your satisfaction in the long term if it is operated, main-
tained and repaired by persons assigned to these
If you wish, maintenance work can be per-
tasks by the operator. Such persons must be familiar
formed by the ABUS service department.
with the installation, operation and maintenance in-
structions and the applicable safety regulations and
accident prevention regulations.

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2 Safety
2.1 Organisational Notes Failure to comply with the safety instructions given in
this Manual may lead to injury or even to fatal acci-
Operating, maintenance and repair personnel must
dents.
have read and understood the operating instructions
The product may present hazards to life and limb if it is
before starting work.
operated other than for the intended purpose or by
The company operating a hoist is obligated to ensure
non---trained or inadequately trained personnel.
safe operation and to prevent hazards. Among other
The operator of the product must ensure that operation
things, the following precautions must be taken:
and maintenance personnel are instructed in good
time before starting work with or on the product.
- The operating instructions must be made available
Because of the risk of injury due to clothes or parts of
and the attention of personnel must be drawn to
the body catching on or being drawn into the equip-
them.
ment, personnel working with the product must not
- The hoist must be inspected before initial commis-
wear any loose clothing, unprotected long hair or jewel-
sioning and after any major changes. lery. No rings (!) must be worn when working with the
- Regular inspections must be made. product!
Persons under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medi-
The organisation operating an ABUS chain hoist is re- cines impairing their reactions must not perform any
sponsible for supervising operating personnel to en- work on or with the product.
sure that chain hoists are properly operated. Contact with concentrated acids or caustic solutions
Before you commission the trolley and after completing may result in damage to plastic components or the cor-
any work on power supply systems, the control sys- rosion of metal parts; any parts affected by such dam-
tems must be tested to ensure that they function cor- age or corrosion must be replaced in good time.
rectly. If these systems are not connected to the correct The product must not be operated in hazardous atmos-
conductors, they may not function as intended and pheres except where the product has been specifically
there may be a risk of accidents. designed for such use.

During operation:
2.2 General Notes on Hazards Compliance with all the precautions required by this
Except for products designed solely for operation by manual before, during and after commissioning and all
human agency, the product is designed for operation the general safety requirements, especially those con-
on industrial power systems. When the product is in cerning operational safety and accident prevention, is
operation, there will be hazardous exposed live compo- essential. Failure to comply with these precautions and
nents and hazardous rotating or moving components requirements may lead to personal injury or even fatal
inside the product. accidents.
The use of non---approved or unsuitable tools or auxili-
Attention! ary equipment may result in injury.
Severe personal injury or damage to property In connection with the movement of components,
may occur as a result of squeeze and shear points may occur on the equipment
and between the equipment and its surroundings. You
- the forbidden removal of covers must therefore always keep sufficient safety distance
- improper use from moving or rotating components to prevent parts of
- incorrect operation the body, clothes or your hair from being caught in the
- inadequate repair and maintenance. equipment.

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Extreme heat (e.g. during welding), sparking as a result cal systems or wiring) must be avoided. Otherwise,
of the use of detergents or open flames in the vicinity of there may be a risk of fire resulting in the development
components which are combustible or may be de- of toxic fumes or damage to insulation or parts of the
formed by heat (e.g. wood, plastics, oil, grease, electri- equipment.
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3 Technical Description
3.1 Functions
3.1.1 Design
The illustrations show the outer parts of the trolleys. 1. trolley pin
2. trolley side plate
4 3. wheel
4. track section
3 5. lift ---off protection device
6. eye with load attached
7. connector for trolley travel motor
8. geared brake motor
5 9. wheel with gear rim
2 10. counterweight
11. power supply
12. ABUS---chain hoist

1 Items 4, 6, 11 and 12 are not part of the scope of sup-


6 plies for standard ABUS trolleys.

Fig. 1 Push trolley HF


3.1.2 Trolley travel motor
The trolley travel motor, integrated in the trolley, is a
4 9 pole---changing three---phase brake motor. If the motor
5
8 is shut down or there is a power failure, the trolley is
braked by a spring---loaded electromagnetic disk
brake.
10
The motor speed is reduced to the speed required for
driving the wheels by a multi---stage spur gear unit with
bevelled gears and grease lubrication.

7 3.1.3 Control system


2 Electric trolleys supplied together with ABUS chain
hoists are normally controlled using an ABUS pendant
control connected directly to the chain hoist using easy
1 plug---in connectors.
ABUS chain hoists are equipped with connectors de-
11 signed for the connection of an electric trolley. Prefabri-
13 cated connection leads (13) complete with connectors
are available.
12 Apart from the direct control system offered as stan-
dard equipment, contactor---type control systems in-
stalled directly in the trolley and external control sys-
tems are also available.
EF trolleys supplied alone without a hoist are equipped
with the upper section of a connector, complete with
Fig. 2 Electric trolley EF (with ABUS chain hoist) rectifier, for equipment connection.

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3.2 Technical Data
3.2.1 Push trolleys

Flange Capa- Wheel Pin dia. [mm] Weight


Type width F city* Æ DL D H [kg]
[mm] [kg] [mm] (new) (min.)

42- 120 4,1


HF 3 300 56 22 19
121- 180 4,5

42- 120 6,0


HF 6 580 65 30 26
121- 220 6,7

64- 125 11,0

HF 11 126- 200 1100 80 34 30 11,9

201- 300 12,9

82- 150 23,8

HF 22 151- 200 2200 112 50 44 24,8

201- 300 26,9

90- 55 28,6
Fig. 3
HF 36 156- 200 3200 112 60 54 29,9

201- 300 32,2

* The load capacity stated applies to units classed in drive group 2m in accordance with FEM 9511.

3.2.2 Electric trolleys

Counter-
Flange Capa- Travelling Perfor- Nominal Starting ED Wheel Pin dia. [mm] Weight
weight as
Type width F city* speed** mance** current** current** Æ DL D H
standard
[mm] [kg] [m/min] [kW] [A] [A] [%] [mm] (new) (min.) [kg]
equipment

64 - 125 31,2 yes

EF 11 126 - 200 1100 5 / 20 .06 / .25 .45 / .75 .7 / 2.5 40 80 34 30 32,2 yes

201 - 300 32,9 ---

82 - 150 32,4 yes

EF 22 151 - 200 2200 5 / 20 .06 / .25 .45 / .75 .7 / 2.5 40 112 50 44 33,4 ---

201 - 300 35,5 ---

90 - 155 36,5 ---

EF 36 156 - 200 3200 5 / 20 .06 / .25 .45 / .75 .7 / 2.5 40 112 60 54 37,7 ---

201 - 300 40,0 ---

* The load capacity stated applies to units classed in drive group 2m in accordance with FEM 9511.

** These data apply to a 400 V/50 Hz power supply must be increased by 20 % in the case of a 60 Hz
and power supply.

Operating voltage ranges (standard motors)

a) star connection c) star connection


3 / PE ~ 50 Hz, 380 --- 415 V S 14070 1 / PE ~ 50 Hz, 360 --- 400 V S 13230
3 / PE ~ 60 Hz, 440 --- 480 V

b) delta connection d) star connection


3 / PE ~ 50 Hz, 220 --- 240 V S 14120 5 / PE ~ 50 Hz, 460 --- 500 V S 13231
3 / PE ~ 60 Hz, 255 --- 280 V 5 / PE ~ 60 Hz, 550 --- 600 V

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3.2.3 Tightening torques of bolts 3.3 Lubricants
Attention!
Tighten all screws with a torque wrench! 3.3.1 Lubricants used in HF/ EF trolleys
The driving gear and all bearings are permanently lubri-
cated.All gearboxes have been filled with the required
amount of lubricant at the factory.
Screw / Bolt Screw / Tightening
size Bolt quality torque
Lubricant
Trolley pin HF 3 M12 50 CrV 4 70 Nm Compo-
standard des- Type Quantity
Trolley pin HF 6 M16 50 CrV 4 90 Nm nent
ignation
Trolley pin HF11 /
M20 50 CrV 4 130 Nm
EF11 BP Ener-
Trolley GP 00 K---45
gease LS--- 130 cm3
Trolley pin HF22 /
M24 50 CrV 4 160 Nm gear DIN 51502
EF22 EP00
Trolley pin HF36 / Multipurpose
M30 50 CrV 4 200 Nm
EF36 Trolley Kuhbinol
grease NGLI2 on de-
drive pin- Spezialfett
Connection bolt for
M6 8.8 10 Nm with MoS2 mand
motor EF11-36 ion 3261
KF2

3.2.4 Sound Emissions


As the distance between the noise source and the
workplace is normally not fixed in the case of trolleys,
the sound power level is quoted in addition to the re-
quired sound pressure level figure (given for a distance 3.3.2 Alternative Lubricants
of 4 m in this case). for BP Energrease LS-- EP 00
The sound power level may be used to calculate the - Aral Aralub MKL 00
sound pressure level at any distance (under free field - Shell Alvania EP R 00
conditions ± 2 dB (A)). - or equivalent greases of other brands with the des-
ignation GP 00 K---45 in accordance with
Sound pressure DIN 51502.
Trolley Sound power level
Level LP, m
Type LW, m dB(A)
dB(A) at 4 m
for Kuhbinol Spezialfett 3261
- ARAL Mehrzweckfett F
EF 67 84
11---36 - Shell Retinax EPX2
- or equivalent greases of other brands

The measurements made were based on DIN 45635, Caution!


Part 61 and were made by the substitution method Synthetic oils must not be mixed with min-
using a sound power source. eral---based oils.

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4 Assembly and start---up
4.1 Scope of delivery nuts (4) using a torque wrench. For tightening
torque on trolley pins, see Section 3.2.3.
The trolley is delivered with side plates installed and
prefabricated trolley pins.The installation work required
on the equipment supplied is described below. 4 5 7 6 7
If the trolley is not assembled directly at the point of use,
all the components must be stored in a clean, dry
place.

3
2

4.2 Assembly of the trolley 1


ABUS HF and EF trolleys are designed for installation
on section girders with bottom flanges which are either 8
parallel or have a maximum inclination of 15˚. Fig. 5

Caution!
The trolley and the suspended load, if appli-
cable, must be installed from a safe place by
at least two persons.

To install the trolley, proceed as follows (Fig. 5 / 6): max. 2 max. 2

max. 2

Fig. 6

Caution!
The flange clearance must not exceed 2 mm!
F =? Fig. 4 cf. Figure 6

1. Measure the flange width of the girder. With electric traveling gears EF (Figure 7) the module
2. Check whether dimension F is within the range motor with gearing (1) and counterweight (2) is addi-
stated on the sticker on the trolley pin (1). If not, you tionally attached to the trolley plate ; only types EF11 /
must first obtain a trolley pin of the correct size with EF 22 in connection with a small flange width need a
the appropriate washers. counterweight.
3. The trolley must be adapted to the flange width by Assembly is the same as for the push trolley HF.
moving the 2.5 mm spacers (6) and the 5 mm
spacers (7) to different positions on the trolley pin.
The spacers should be positioned to ensure that
forces resulting from suspended loads are trans- 2 1
ferred to the trolley at a central point. With this con-
figuration, the load is evenly distributed between
the four wheels.

Caution!
At least one 5 mm spacer (7) must always be
positioned under the washer (5) and the
nut (4).
Fig. 7
4. Attach the trolley pin (1) to one trolley side plate (2)
and place the side plate on the girder (Fig. 5). See chapter 4.3 ”Assembly of electrical equipment” for
5. Lift the load to be suspended and push it onto the electric connections.
free end of the trolley pin with the load support (8) When using a suspension track system (HB) follow the
(eye or hook), Position the plastic tube (3) and operating instructions for HB.
spacers. If the trolley is used with a crane system or any other
6. Push the other trolley side plate onto the shaft (with type of equipment, please follow the special operating
the wheels on the girder, Fig. 6) and tighten the instructions or the instructions given in the plan.

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4.3 Electrical Equipment
Bridge
4.3.1 Connection to ABUS chain hoist
Attention! Work on electrical systems must
be performed only by qualified personnel.
The power supply must be disconnected be-
fore starting work.

The consistent use of plug---type connectors


ensures easy, rapid and safe electrical con-
nection.

ABUS modules are fitted with easy plug ---type con- Fig. 9
nectors ready for operation as standard equipment.

First check whether the voltage and frequency shown


on the nameplate are the same as those of your power Bridge
supply. The trolley must be operated only on a
3---phase network with clockwise phase sequence.
Connect the trolley connection line to the travel motor
using prefabricated connector +KA ---X41 and start up
the trolley using the (crane) control unit.
If the trolley does not move in the correct directions indi-
cated by the arrows on the pendant control or control
panel, two phases of the power supply must be inter-
changed.

Fig. 10

4.3.2 Connection as solo trolley


The travel motor must be connected up using the con-
nector upper section supplied with the trolley. For stan-
dard use as a pole---changing motor, the three phase
conductors for precision speed must be connected to
contacts 1---3 and the three conductors for main speed
to contacts 4---6 (Fig. 8). Power for the brake is sup- If the motor is operated with a frequency converter, the
plied via the rectifier installed in the connector. brake must be powered and controlled by the drive
control system (Fig. 11).

Bridge

195V
DC
/ 50W

Fig. 8
Caution! In order to ensure that the brake cir-
cuit is effective, the phase conductors for
connections 1 U/2 U or 1 W/2 W must be inter-
connected either in the connector upper sec- Fig. 11
tion or in the control unit.

If only one speed of the motor is to be used, it must be


connected in accordance with Fig. 9 for precision If applicable, remove the rectifier from the connector
speed and Fig. 10 for main speed. and install it in the control system.The power data of the
brake must be taken into account: 195 V DC, 50 W.

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4.4 Installation of trolley towing In the case of special control systems, the trolley towing
arm is combined with the mounting console (3) for the
arm switchgear box. In this case, the towing arm and the
Together with the power supply system, a towing arm mounting console must be installed in accordance with
(1) is supplied for the trolley. The towing arm must be Fig. 13.
installed on the side plate of the trolley in accordance 2
with Fig. 12. 1
1 2

Fig. 13
Fig. 12 The length of the vertical towing tube (2) must be
adapted to the position of the power feeder.
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5 Maintenance
The trolley must be inspected by an inspector as re- year taking operating conditions into account. In case
quired in view of service conditions of doubt, the organisation operating the crane must
- utilization of maximum load capacity agree on inspection intervals with the trolley / crane
- frequency of operation and manufacturer.
- ambient conditions. The main items to be covered by scheduled inspec-
At any rate, the trolley must be inspected at least once tions are as follows:
per year.
For example, trolleys / cranes with high operating hours - inspection of the condition of components and sys-
which are often operated at full load capacity will need tems and inspection for any damage, wear, cor-
to be inspected more frequently than trolleys which are rosion and other deterioration
used only occasionally for assembly work. In the case - inspection of the completeness and effectiveness
of occasional use, one inspection per year will be ad- of safety systems and brakes
equate. It may also be necessary to reduce the inspec- - repetition of inspection after any defects relevant to
tion interval in the case of dusty or corrosive atmos- safety have been remedied
pheres. Organisations operating cranes must therefore
determine more frequent inspection intervals than one
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5.1 Inspection and maintenance plan


Object of test description Criterion Intervals

Before initial Scheduled


daily
commissioning inspection

Brake Performance check X X X

Check brake clearance and lining X

Trolley Check fastening and X X


wheel flange clearance
Check for deformation and wear X
Lubrication of outward gear X X

Control elements Performance check X X X

Travelling limit switches (if present) Performance check X X X

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5.1.1 Check trolley pins for wear
As a result of fretting by the load suspension equip- Caution!
ment, the trolley pin may be subject to wear after a cer- All work on the brakes must be performed by
tain time. If the minimum dimension H described in sec- specialists.
tion 3.2.1 / 3.2.2 (see Fig. 3 on page 6) is reached as
a result of wear, the trolley pin must be replaced im-
mediately. 5.2.1 Adjusting the brake
When the brake lining has worn to the point where the
maximum allowable clearance has been reached, the
5.1.2 Check of wheel flange clearance brake must be adjusted (the maximum clearance is de-
The wheel flange clearance must be checked in ac- fined by the stroke limiter (6/7).
cordance with the maintenance plan. The play may be
increased by wear on the wheel or the girder flange. If 1. Remove brake release cover (3).
play exceeds 2 mm on each side (see Fig. 6 on 2. Loosen brake release screws (4).
page 8), washers must be replaced to reduce play. 3. Remove O---ring (1) and insert spacer plates (9)
between the anchor plate (2) and the anti---stick
plate (8). The thickness of the spacer plates (9)
must be between 0.25 and 0.3 mm.
5.2 Maintenance of the brake 4. Tighten the screw (5) until it is just possible to re-
The trolley travel motors are equipped with electromag- move the spacer plates (9).
netic disk brakes. To ensure that they can be released 5. Tighten the brake release screws (4) evenly. First
safely, the brakes are equipped with a clearance limiter tighten the screw opposite the key groove (tighten-
(see Fig. 14). The ideal clearance (a) is indicated on a ing torque 4 --- 5.5 Nm).
sticker on the brakes. As the brake linings wear down, 6. Tighten screw (5) again, about a quarter of a turn).
the clearance increases. The clearance must be reg- 7. Remove spacer plates (9).
ularly inspected and set to the ideal value a ± 0.05 mm. 8. Install brake release cover (3).
If the clearance is set to the ideal value, the brakes will 9. Carry out a test run to check the functions of the
function best and wear will be minimized. brake.

1 2
3

9 9 2
4

8 7
a
Fig. 14

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6 Problems, Causes and Remedies
All the malfunctions described below must be remedied by a specialist.

Problem possible cause Remedy Remark

Motor does not turn in any Mains power not available Check voltage
direction and does not hum Mains connection not properly Connect all three phase
when the pendant control is made conductors correctly
operated
Faulty fuses Replace fuses Follow wiring diagram
Plug --- in connectors for power Insert connectors firmly and lock
supply or pendant control not using bracket
properly inserted or not locked

Loose contacts in pendant Check wires for breakage; Caution! All work
control, broken wires in power if necessary replace control must be performed
supply line or in pendant control cable with all equipment
or, possibly, on travel drive disconnect from the
power supply

Motor does not turn in Faulty mains connection or Check mains connection
any direction but hums mains fuse
when the pendant
Faulty contactor Replace contactor Caution! All work
control is oprated
must be performed
WARNING with all equipment
Motor windings may disconnect from the
burn power supply

Motor starts slowly Brake does not release, motor See brake problems
runs against closed brake

Crane movement only possible Faulty switch element in pendant Check and if necessary replace
in one direction control switch element

Broken wires Check control cable

Faulty contactor Replace contactor

Gradiant on trolley track Re--- align trolley track


too steep

Travel limit switch (if installed) Check limit switch


was operated

Brake does not release No power on brake coil, Check and repair connections Caution ! Pull mains
No AC voltage at rectifier input Check motor connector out before
starting work

Rectifier faulty or Check DC voltage at brake coil; Follow wiring diagram


incorrectly connected connect rectifier correctly or
replace rectifier

Brake coil has no electrical Replace brake coil Follow operating instructions
continuity and is faulty

Braking distance too long Max. clearance reached Set brake and adjust clearance Follow operating instructions
(limit of lining wear)

Gradiant on trolley track too Re--- align trolley track


steep

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7 Repairs
Caution! by authorised personnel.
All repairs must be carried out only by
specialist personnel! We recommend that repair and maintenance
ABUS cranes, electric wire rope hoists and work should be performed by ABUS service
electric chain hoists must be repaired and personnel.
maintained only by qualified, authorised per-
sonnel. We must point out that you will only retain your warranty
ABUS will assume no liability whatsoever for loss or rights if only genuine ABUS spare parts are used.
damage arising out of or in connection with repairs to Our service department and the responsible techni-
trolleys not properly performed or performed other than ciens will be at your disposal for all further questions.
_________________________________

8 Disposal, Decommissioning
When ABUS products are no longer needed, they may be disposed of in an environmentally compatible way.
ABUS produces cranes, hoists and crane system components characterized by high quality, long service life and
low maintenance requirements.

Product Materials Disposal

Trolley plates, Trolley pins,motors, Separation of materials,


Metals
gearboxes Recycle by remelting

Multi---purpose On special landfills in accordance with ap-


Brake linings,
components plicable local regulations

Treatment or disposal in accordance with


Lubricants Oils and greases
regulations, e.g. incineration

Cables, housings, connectors, Rubber,PVC, silicone, Separation of materials,


pendant controls PCP Recycling by remelting

Painted products must either be recycled or disposed of on special landfills in accordance with the applicable local
regulations.

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9 Manufacturer’s Declaration

We ABUS Kransysteme GmbH


Address Sonnenweg 1
D --- 51647 Gummersbach
hereby declare, that the product:
Designation ABUS single rail trolley
Types EF 11, EF 22, EF 36
Drive S 14070 , 14120 , 13230 , 13231
in Series production
is in accordance with the european guidlines

98/37/EC Machines
73/23/EEC Low voltage
89/336/EEC Electromagnetic compatibility

referring to the version in force on the date of issue.

The following harmonized standards were used:

EN 292 Safety of machinery, tools and plants


EN 60204 T1 Electrical equipment of machines; general requirements
EN 60947 Low ---voltage switchgear
EN 50081 Electromagnetic compatibility; interference emission
EN 50082 Electromagnetic compatibility; resistance to interferences

and the national standards, instructions and specifications

FEM 9.681 Selection of travel motors

and the standards referred to therein.

Technical documentation is completely available.


The operating instructions belonging to it are in the language of the land of users.

Name: Gerald Krebber

Department manager
Chain hoist

Gummersbach, 10. December 1999 ___________________________ _________________________


Signature of authorised person Indication for the subscriber

This declaration is in accordance with EN 45014.


The company ABUS KransystemeGmbH runs a certified quality management system according to DIN EN
ISO9001

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10 Spare parts list
10.1 Right side plate
7 4 5 6 3

13 12 11

10 9 6 5 4 8

1 24

17
15
16

23
22
14 2

18 19 20 21 Fig. 15

Product Item Part no. Qtity Designation


Individual parts available
3 10099.01 1 right side plate HF 3
4 3221.01 2 grooved ball bearing 6004 Z DIN 625
5 3706.01 2 circlip 42x1,75 Fe, St DIN 472
HF 3 6 3052.01 2 circlip 20x1,2 Fe, St DIN 471
7 2388.01 2 wheel without gear rim DL = 56
Sets available
10109.01 2 wheel, complete 56 Item 4 ---7
10132.01 1 right side plate HF 3 Item 3 ---7
Individual parts available
3 10299.01 1 right side plate HF 6
4 3221.01 2 grooved ball bearing 6004 Z DIN 625
5 3706.01 2 circlip 42x1,75 Fe, St DIN 472
HF 6 6 3052.01 2 circlip 20x1,2 Fe, St DIN 471
7 2389.01 2 wheel without gear rim DL = 65
Sets available
10336.01 2 wheel, complete 65 Item 4 ---7
10518.01 1 right side plate HF 6 Item 3 ---7
Individual parts available
3 10514.01 1 right side plate HF 11
4 3222.01 2 grooved ball bearing 6005 Z DIN 625
5 3704.01 2 circlip 47x1,75 Fe, St DIN 472
HF 11 6 2609.01 2 circlip 25x1,2 Fe, St DIN 471
7 2390.01 2 wheel without gear rim DL = 80
Sets available
10712.01 2 wheel, complete 80 Item 4 ---7
11147.01 1 right side plate HF 11 Item 3 ---7

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Product Item Part no. Qtity Designation
Individual parts available
3 11269.01 1 right side plate HF 22
4 3223.01 2 grooved ball bearing 6206 Z DIN 625
5 236.01 2 circlip 62x2 Fe, St DIN 472
HF 22 6 229.01 2 circlip 30x1.5 Fe, St DIN 471
7 2391.01 2 wheel without gear rim DL = 112
Sets available
11708.01 2 wheel, complete 112 Item 4 ---7
11625.01 1 right side plate HF 22 Item 3 ---7
Individual parts available
3 13360.01 1 right side plate HF 36
4 3223.01 2 grooved ball bearing 6206 Z DIN 625
5 236.01 2 circlip 62x2 Fe, St DIN 472
HF 36 6 229.01 2 circlip 30x1.5 Fe, St DIN 471
7 2391.01 2 wheel without gear rim DL = 112
Sets available
11708.01 2 wheel, complete 112 Item 4 ---7
13336.01 1 right side plate HF 36 Item 3 ---7
Individual parts available
1 10527.01 1 right side plate EF 11
4 3222.01 2 grooved ball bearing 6005 Z DIN 625
5 3704.01 2 circlip 47x1,75 Fe, St DIN 472
6 2609.01 2 circlip 25x1,2 Fe, St DIN 471
8 2399.01 2 wheel with gear rim DL = 80
EF 11 12 4182.01 4 hexagonal head screw M6 x 20 8.8 DIN EN 24017
13 5487.01 4 spring washer A6 Fe, St DIN 127
Sets available
10713.01 2 wheel with gear rim, complete 80 Item 4 ---6, 8
11149.01 1 right side plate EF 11 Item 4 ---6, 8,
12 ---13
Individual parts available
1 11440.01 1 right side plate EF 22
4 3223.01 2 grooved ball bearing 6206 Z DIN 625
5 236.01 2 circlip 62x2 Fe, St DIN 472
6 229.01 2 circlip 30x1,5 Fe, St DIN 471
8 2400.01 2 wheel with gear rim DL = 112
EF 22 12 4182.01 4 hexagonal head screw M6 x 20 8.8 DIN EN 24017
13 5487.01 4 spring washer A6 Fe, St DIN 127
Sets available
11709.01 2 wheel with gear rim, complete 112 Item 4 ---6, 8
11626.01 1 right side plate EF 22 Item 4 ---6, 8,
12 ---13
Individual parts available
1 13361.01 1 right side plate EF 36
4 3223.01 2 grooved ball bearing 6206 Z DIN 625
5 236.01 2 circlip 62x2 Fe, St DIN 472
6 229.01 2 circlip 30x1,5 Fe, St DIN 471
8 2400.01 2 wheel with gear rim DL = 112
EF 36 12 4182.01 4 hexagonal head screw M6 x 20 8.8 DIN EN 24017
13 5487.01 4 spring washer A6 Fe, St DIN 127
Sets available
11709.01 2 wheel with gear rim, complete 112 Item 4 ---6, 8
13337.01 1 right side plate EF 36 Item 4 ---6, 8,
12 ---13

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10.2 Left side plate
Item numbers: see Fig. 15, page 15

Product Item Part no. Qtity Designation


Individual parts available
2 10098.01 1 left side plate HF 3
4 3221.01 2 grooved ball bearing 6004 Z DIN 625
5 3706.01 2 circlip 42x1,75 Fe, St DIN 472
6 3052.01 2 circlip 20x1,2 Fe, St DIN 471
HF 3 7 2388.01 2 wheel without gear rim DL = 56
9 10009.01 1 name plate Al
10 4871.01 2 grooved pin 4x6 St DIN EN 28746
Sets available
10109.01 2 wheel, complete 56 Item 4 ---7
10131.01 1 left side plate HF 3 Item 2, 4 ---7
Individual parts available
2 10298.01 1 left side plate HF 6
4 3221.01 2 grooved ball bearing 6004 Z DIN 625
5 3706.01 2 circlip 42x1,75 Fe, St DIN 472
6 3052.01 2 circlip 20x1,2 Fe, St DIN 471
HF 6 7 2389.01 2 wheel without gear rim DL = 65
9 10041.01 1 name plate Al
10 4871.01 2 grooved pin 4x6 St DIN EN 28746
Sets available
10336.01 2 wheel, complete 65 Item 4 ---7
10517.01 1 left side plate HF 6 Item 2, 4 ---7
Individual parts available
2 10513.01 1 left side plate HF/EF 11
4 3222.01 2 grooved ball bearing 6005 Z DIN 625
5 3704.01 2 circlip 47x1,75 Fe, St DIN 472
6 2609.01 2 circlip 25x1,2 Fe, St DIN 471
HF/EF 11 7 2390.01 2 wheel without gear rim DL = 80
9 10058.01 1 name plate Al
10 4871.01 2 grooved pin 4x6 St DIN EN 28746
Sets available
10712.01 2 wheel, complete 80 Item 4 ---7
11146.01 1 left side plate HF/EF 11 Item 2, 4 ---7
Individual parts available
2 11504.01 1 left side plate HF/EF 22
4 3223.01 2 grooved ball bearing 6206 Z DIN 625
5 236.01 2 circlip 62x2 Fe, St DIN 472
6 229.01 2 circlip 30x1.5 Fe, St DIN 471
HF/EF 22 7 2391.01 2 wheel without gear rim DL = 112
9 10063.01 1 name plate Al
10 4871.01 2 grooved pin 4x6 St DIN EN 28746
Sets available
11708.01 2 wheel, complete 112 Item 4 ---7
11624.01 1 left side plate HF/EF 22 Item 2, 4 ---7

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Product Item Part no. Qtity Designation
Individual parts available
1 13359.01 1 left side plate HF/EF 36
4 3223.01 2 grooved ball bearing 6206 Z DIN 625
5 236.01 2 circlip 62x2 Fe, St DIN 472
6 229.01 2 circlip 30x1,5 Fe, St DIN 471
HF/EF 36 8 2391.01 2 wheel without gear rim DL = 112
9 10887.01 1 name plate Al
10 4871.01 2 grooved pin 4x6 St DIN EN 28746
Sets available
10708.01 2 wheel, complete 112 Item 4 ---7
13335.01 1 left side plate HF/EF 36 Item 2, 4 ---7

10.3 Trolley pin


Item numbers: see Fig. 15, page 15

Product Item Part no. Qtity Designation


Individual parts available
17 3058.01 1 trolley pin FB 42 --- 120
18 4637.01 2 lock nut M12 8 DIN EN ISO 10511
HF 3 19 198.01 2 washer 13 St DIN 125
Flange 21 10417.01 2 plastic tube FB 42 ---120
width FB 22 3053.01 6 spacer ring 2.5
42---120 23 3054.01 12 spacer ring 5
Sets available
10180.01 1 trolley pin, complete Item 17-19,21-22
Individual parts available
17 3059.01 1 trolley pin FB 121 --- 180
18 4637.01 2 lock nut M12 8 DIN EN ISO 10511
HF 3 19 198.01 2 washer 13 St DIN 125
Flange 21 10418.01 2 plastic tube FB 121 --- 180
width FB 22 3053.01 6 spacer ring 2.5
121---180 23 3054.01 12 spacer ring 5
Sets available
10181.01 1 trolley pin, complete Item 17-19,21-22
Individual parts available
17 3252.01 1 trolley pin FB 42 --- 120
18 4638.01 2 lock nut M16 8 DIN EN ISO 10511
HF 6 19 199.01 2 washer 17 St DIN 125
Flange 21 10419.01 2 plastic tube FB 42 ---120
width FB 22 3313.01 6 spacer ring 2.5
42---120 23 3314.01 16 spacer ring 5
Sets available
10519.01 1 trolley pin, complete Item 17-19,21-22
Individual parts available
17 3253.01 1 trolley pin FB 121 --- 220
18 4638.01 2 lock nut M16 8 DIN EN ISO 10511
HF 6 19 199.01 2 washer 21 St DIN 125
Flange 21 10420.01 2 plastic tube FB 121 ---220
width FB 22 3313.01 6 spacer ring 2.5
121---180 23 3314.01 12 spacer ring 5
Sets available
11253.01 1 trolley pin, complete Item 17-19,21-23

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Product Item Part no. Qtity Designation
Individual parts available
17 3334.01 1 trolley pin FB 64 --- 125
18 4639.01 2 lock nut M20 8 DIN EN ISO 10511
HF/EF 11 19 200.01 2 washer 21 St DIN 125
Flange 21 10421.01 2 plastic tube FB 64 --- 125
width FB 22 3316.01 4 spacer ring 2.5
64 --- 125 23 3317.01 18 spacer ring 5
Sets available
11253.01 1 trolley pin, complete Item 17-19,21-23
Individual parts available
17 3335.01 1 trolley pin FB 126 --- 200
HF/EF 11 18 4639.01 2 lock nut M20 8 DIN EN ISO 10511
19 200.01 2 washer 21 St DIN 125
Flange
21 10422.01 2 plastic tube FB 126 --- 220
width FB
22 3316.01 6 spacer ring 2.5
126 ---
23 3317.01 20 spacer ring 5
200
Sets available
11254.01 1 trolley pin, complete Item 17-19,21-23
Individual parts available
17 3336.01 1 trolley pin FB 201 --- 300
HF/EF 11 18 4639.01 2 lock nut M20 8 DIN EN ISO 10511
19 200.01 2 washer 21 St DIN 125
Flange
21 10423.01 2 plastic tube FB 201 --- 300
width FB
22 3316.01 4 spacer ring 2.5
201 ---
23 3317.01 26 spacer ring 5
300
Sets available
11255.01 1 trolley pin, complete Item 17-19,21-23
Individual parts available
17 3379.01 1 trolley pin FB 82 --- 150
18 4640.01 2 lock nut M24 8 DIN EN ISO 10511
HF/EF 22 19 201.01 2 washer 25 St DIN 125
Flange 21 10424.01 2 plastic tube FB 82 --- 150
width FB 22 3318.01 6 spacer ring 2.5
82 --- 150 23 3319.01 18 spacer ring 5
Sets available
11671.01 1 trolley pin, complete Item 17-19,21-23
Individual parts available
17 3380.01 1 trolley pin FB 151 --- 200
HF/EF 22 18 4640.01 2 lock nut M24 8 DIN EN ISO 10511
19 201.01 2 washer 25 St DIN 125
Flange
21 10425.01 2 plastic tube FB 151 --- 200
width FB
22 3318.01 6 spacer ring 2.5
151 ---
23 3319.01 14 spacer ring 5
200
Sets available
11672.01 1 trolley pin, complete Item 17-19,21-23

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Product Item Part no. Qtity Designation
17 3381.01 1 trolley pin FB 201 --- 300
18 4640.01 2 lock nut M24 8 DIN EN ISO 10511
HF/EF 22 19 201.01 2 washer 25 St DIN 125
Flange 21 10426.01 2 plastic tube FB 201 --- 300
width FB 22 3318.01 6 spacer ring 2.5
201 --- 23 3319.01 24 spacer ring 5
300 Sets available
11673.01 1 trolley pin, complete Item 17-19,21-23
Individual parts available
17 13322.01 1 trolley pin FB 90 --- 155
18 13534.01 2 lock nut M30 8 DIN EN ISO 10511
HF/EF 36 19 13832.01 2 washer 31 St DIN 125
Flange 21 10427.01 2 plastic tube FB 90 --- 155
width FB 22 13474.01 4 spacer ring 2.5
90 --- 155 23 13475.01 18 spacer ring 5
Sets available
13338.01 1 trolley pin, complete Item 17-23
Individual parts available
17 13323.01 1 trolley pin FB 156 --- 200
HF/EF 36 18 13534.01 2 lock nut M30 8 DIN EN ISO 10511
19 13832.01 2 washer 31 St DIN 125
Flange
21 10428.01 2 plastic tube FB 156 --- 200
width FB
22 13474.01 4 spacer ring 2.5
156 ---
23 13475.01 14 spacer ring 5
200
Sets available
13339.01 1 trolley pin, complete Item 17-23
Individual parts available
17 13324.01 1 trolley pin FB 201 --- 300
HF/EF 36 18 13534.01 2 lock nut M30 8 DIN EN ISO 10511
Flange 19 13832.01 2 washer 31 St DIN 125
width FB 21 10429.01 2 plastic tube FB 201 --- 300
201 --- 22 13474.01 6 spacer ring 2.5
300 23 13475.01 24 spacer ring 5
Sets available
13340.01 1 trolley pin, complete Item 17-23

10.4 Trolley drive EF


Item numbers: see Fig. 15, page 15
Product Item Part no. Qtity Designation
Individual parts available
11 17818.01 1 geared brake motor S 14070
17818.01G 2 gear unit
17818.01 B 2 brake motor
17172.01 1 geared brake motor S 14120
EF 11 17172.01G 2 gear unit
EF 22 17172.01 B 2 brake motor
18163.01 1 geared brake motor S 13230
EF 36 18163.01G 2 gear unit
18163.01 B 2 brake motor
18164.01 1 geared brake motor S 13231
18164.01G 2 gear unit
18164.01 B 2 brake motor
24 22025.01 1 connector (upper section) with rectifier

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10.5 Gear unit for trolley drive
SR4 SR3 SR1 G38 G12 G9 G8 G4 G1 G29 G20 G39 G30 G5

SR2 G16 G36 G25 G32 G7 G31 G3 G2 G28 G6 G13 Fig. 16

Product Item Part no. Qtity Designation


Individual parts available
G1 504797602 1 pinion 1A z = 13
G2 504797702 1 wheel 2 z = 48
G3 504769304 1 pinion 3 z = 14
G4 504769404 1 wheel 4 z = 68 I g =17,934
G5 832030355 1 ball bearing 60032ZC3 DIN 625
G6 838932048 1 bush 8/12/16x10/2
G7 838932050 1 bush 8/12x12
G8 838932049 1 bush 20/26/32x24/4
G9 838932051 1 bush 20/28x18
G12 501643701 1 flange case Alu---DG ø 120
G13 511197300 1 end cover Alu---DG 4.63
G16 501636501 1 output shaft WE 16x28
EF 11 G20 836727066 5 hexagonal-head screw M5x20 A1F DIN EN 24017
EF 22 G25 836615002 1 V ---Seeger ring for shaft A20x1,2V
G28 838311009 1 packing
EF 36 G29 839564068 2 plain pin hardened 6m6x14 DIN EN 28734
G30 850500140 1 ball bearing compensating disc 34,5x28x0,6
G31 850501147 1 shim ring PS8x14x0,5
G32 850501103 x shim ring at montage PS20x28x1,0
G32 850501004 x shim ring at montage PS20x28x0,5
G32 850501003 x shim ring at montage PS20x28x0,3
G32 850501002 x shim ring at montage PS20x28x0,1
G36 837101287 1 feather A5x5x22 DIN 6885
G38 835103033 1 shaft gasket A20x28x6 DIN 3760
G39 835103019 1 shaft gasket A17x28x7 DIN 3760
SR1 504067500 1 stick-on pinion 40675/S5487 z = 21
SR2 839674305 1 washer R5,5 A1F DIN 440
SR3 839683005 1 spring ring 5 A1F DIN 7980
SR4 836711575 1 fillister-head screw M5x16 A1F DIN EN ISO 4762

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10.6 Brake motor for trolley drive

M176 M69 M6 M9 M73 M7 M131 M98 B41 B42 B43 B30 M14

M38 B6 B9 B32 B7 B28 B33 B31

M218
M219
M220
M202

M204
M213 M270
M265
M266

Fig. 17

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Pro-
Item Part no. Qtity Designation
duct
Individual parts available
M6 1 flange case 4.63.53638 4.D63d
M7 1 end shield 4.63.56321
M9 838619004 1 tapered ring JB35
M14 831420057 1 fan cowl
M38 832040272 1 ball bearing 6202 2ZC3HTF
M69 836723702 4 fillister-head screw M4x141x20
M73 836727029 4 hexagonal-head screw M4x16 A1F DIN EN 24017
EF 11 M98 839610007 1 Seeger ring A15x1 DIN 471
EF 22 M131 850501246 1 shim ring PS25x35x1,5
M176 1 rotor model A 4.63.A61019
EF 36 M202 748755999 1 connecting box Alu---DG S 10483
M204 838311348 1 packing Gummi 3mm
M213 836212584 4 fillister-head screw M4x16 A1F DIN EN ISO 1207
M218 836212031 1 fillister-head screw M4x10 A1F DIN EN ISO 1207
M219 839670904 2 washer 4,3 DIN 125
M220 758090000 1 connection cable for grounding 4.71.58090
M265 838980201 1 case bottom part
M266 838980173 1 plug connection 10---pol.
M270 836212031 4 fillister-head screw M4x10 A1F DIN EN ISO 1207
Individual parts available
B6 836708039 3 fillister-head screw M4x10 DIN EN ISO 4762
B7 838932089 3 cylinder bearing
B9 837002119 1 compression spring 0,9---1,4 Nm
EF 11 B28 839677029 3 washer A4,3
EF 22 B30 837101271 1 feather A4x4x16 DIN 6885
B31 836707575 1 hexagonal-head screw M5x16 A1F DIN EN ISO 10642
EF 36 B32 837321015 4 belleville spring 25x12,2x0,7x1,6
B33 839674305 1 washer R 5,5 DIN 440
B41 1 Group magnet 195V DC
B42 807309514 1 anchor plate
B43 1 fan with brake lining EFB1.47546

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10.7 Fax Order
Just copy this form, fill it in and fax it to us

To your local provider or to:

ABUS Kransysteme GmbH


Spare Parts Sales Dept.
Fax. (0) 2261 / 37 --- 265

Spare Parts Order

Serial no. No. of ope- Page no. of Item Part no. Quan-
of trolley rating in- spare part no. tity
structions

Fabrik ---Nr. Nummer Seiten---Nr. Pos. --- Teil---Nummer Stück-


des Fahr- der Be- des Nr zahl
werks triebsanlei- Ersatzteiles
tung

A 466.GB

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Date Signature Stamp

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