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M-850, -950, -1020

M-Disc coulter plough

MS-850, -950, -1050

MS-Disc coulter plough

Operating Manual

and Parts List

A - 8 6 6 1 W a r t b e r g / M ü r z t a l

B15

B16

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EC DECLARATION OF

CONFORMITY

VOGEL&NOOT warrant that the machine described below fulfils the safety

requirements of EC Machinery Directive 2006/42/EG, annex II 1A.

In the event of subsequent safety-related modifications made without consulting

Vogel & Noot the Declaration of Conformity becomes void.

1.)

Manufacturer:

VOGEL&NOOT

VOGEL&NOOT

LANDMASCHINEN GmbH & Co KG

MEZÖGÉPGYÁR Kft.

Grazerstrasse 1

Kühne Ede tér 2.

A-8661 WARTBERG i.M.

H-9200 MOSONMAGYAROVAR

2.)

Machine:

Product:

NON-REVERSIBLE PLOUGH

Model:

FARMER VARIO M / MS

Serial number:

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Year of construction: _______________________________________

3.)

Signed:

Dipl.Ing. (HTL) Ernst Brunner

Technical Director

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1. MACHINE

DESCRIPTION

... 3

General information... 3

2. TECHNICAL

SPECIFICATIONS

... 7,8

3.

PREPARATIONS TO TRACTOR AND PLOUGH

... 9

Preparations to tractor... Preparations to plough... 9 10

4.

MOUNTING AND DISMOUNTING THE PLOUGH

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Mounting plough to tractor... Dismounting plough from tractor... 11 11

5.

ADJUSTING THE PLOUGH

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General……… Upper connection rod………... Support wheel……… Rough adjustment of plough on tractor... Working position... Wheel camber setting... Traction point setting... Track width adjustment... Disc coulter setting... Manure skimmer... 12 12 12 13 14 14 14 15 15 15

6.

TRANSPORTATION

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7. OVERLOAD

PROTECTION

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Shear off protection... Fully automatic stump-jump system - mechanical... Fully automatic stump-jump system - hydraulic... 17 17 18

8.

SERVICING

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9.

FAULTS DURING OPERATION AND THEIR REPAIR

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SAFETY

INSTRUCTIONS

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1. MACHINE DESCRIPTION

GENERAL

INFORMATION

The FARMER-VARIO-3S range marks the development of a range of reversible ploughs on a modular construction basis. The main emphasis has been put on trouble-free functioning, highest possible reliability, simple handling, low weight yet high strength and economical operation.

V&N ploughs are the product of many years of development and experience. Should you have any questions please contact us at:

VOGEL & NOOT

Landmaschinen GmbH & CO.KG

Grazerstrasse 1

A-8661 WARTBERG i.M., AUSTRIA

T

elephone:

+43 (0) 3858 / 605 -220 Sales

+43 (0) 3858 / 605 -250 Parts Centre

F

ax:

+43 (0) 3858 / 605 -109 Sales

+43 (0) 3858 / 605 -259 Parts Centre

E-

mail:

info@vogel-noot.net

www.vogel-noot.info

When making enquiries or orders please state construction year, machine no., and plough type. These numbers are embossed in the nameplate on the mounted body.

We ask you to read this operating manual thoroughly before operating the plough and to follow the information given. The manufacturer does not accept any liability for damage caused by failure to comply with information given in this manual.

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All points in this manual concerning your safety are marked by this symbol!Please pass all safety instructions or the manual to all other users.

D e f i n i t i o n o f c o r r e c t u s e :

The V&N reversible plough has been built expressly for normal operation in agricultural work (operation in accordance with design purpose).

Correct use also includes compliance with the manufacturer's operating, service, and maintenance requirements.

The manufacturer does not accept any liability or warranty for damage resulting from unauthorised changes to the machine.

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G e n e r a l s a f e t y a n d a c c i d e n t p r e v e n t i o n r e g u l a t i o n s :

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Follow instructions on general safety and accident prevention regulations in this manual as well as generally applicable safety and accident prevention regulations.

1) Operators shall wear no loose clothing. Solid footwear must be worn.

2) Special care is to be taken when handling any sharp and pointed tools and equipment parts. DANGER OF INJURY!

3) Before initial operation, please familiarize yourself with all installation and operating mechanisms, as well as their function both on the tractor and on the plough.

It is too late to do this during working operation. 4) Use only stipulated parts for mounting the plough.

5) Mounting category (pin diameter, ball diameter) for three-point linkage must be compatible for tractor and plough.

6) Special care must be taken when mounting or dismounting the implement onto or from the tractor. 7) Prior to connecting and disconnecting implement to the three-point suspension, place operating

installations in such a position as to prevent inadvertent lifting or lowering.

8) When using external operation for three-point linkage, do not step between tractor and plough. 9) Make sure nobody gets between tractor and implement without vehicle being secured by the

parking brake and/or wheel chocks to prevent it from rolling away. 10) Before starting vehicle, check its road and operating safety!

11) Stickers concerning safety warnings need to be kept clean and legible! If damaged, they must be replaced.

12) Couple implement in accordance with regulations. Handling, steering and braking are all influenced by implement, and ballast weight. Therefore ensure that the steering and brakes are not impaired.

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13) The highway code must be observed at all times when using public roads.

14) When implement is in transport setting, make sure there is enough lateral locking of the tractor's three-point stabiliser bars!

15) Packer arms must be slewed in and locked before road transport. 16) Observe authorised axle loading, support weights and total weight. 17) Check surrounding vicinity (children!) before driving off.

18) Take into account large overhang and/or momentum of the implement when driving round corners. 19) Do not leave driver's compartment whilst tractor is in motion.

20) Riding on the implement during work or transportation is not permissible.

21) Before leaving the tractor lower implement to the ground, switch off the engine and remove ignition key.

22) Before each transport journey, check the implement for any damage, material fatigue, as well as for safe functioning of relevant safety parts for the transport journey.

23) If using subsoilers, the subsoiler(s) must be dismounted on the release side and removed to ensure the stability of the plough.

24) Make sure that no people or animals are within work and swivel area of the plough. The machine operator is responsible for people and animals in work area.

25) All hydraulically controlled moving parts have shear and squash zones!

26) The implement must only be parked on flat, firm, and horizontal ground. Danger of overturning! 27) Place stand supports in correct position and fasten securely when mounting or dismounting the

plough.

28) Service, maintenance, and adjustment work shall only be carried out when tackle has been lowered to the ground.

29) For replacement parts or accessories use only original parts. Do not make any "independent" changes to the implement.

30) When carrying out electrical welding work on the tractor and mounted implement, disconnect cable from the generator and battery

31) Hydraulic system is pressurised

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32) When connecting the hydraulic tubes to the tractor's hydraulic system, ensure that the hydraulics are depressurised on both the tractor side and the implement side

33) Label coupling boxes and plugs to prevent errors of operation. Confusing the connections will result in reversed functions (e.g. lifting / lowering) = RISK OF ACCIDENT.

34) Check hydraulic tube lines regularly and replace if damaged or worn. The replacement lines must meet the technical requirements of the implement manufacturer.

35) Fluids (hydraulic oil) escaping under high pressure can pass through the skin and cause serious injuries. In the event of injury, seek medical advice immediately. Risk of infection

36) Lower implements to the ground before working on the hydraulic system. Depressurise system and switch off engine.

37) Check nuts and bolts regularly for a secure fit and tighten where necessary.

38) For maintenance work - e.g.: the replacement of worn parts – which is undertaken when the implement is raised, always secure with suitable support mechanisms.

39) Replacement parts must at least meet the technical requirements stipulated by the implement manufacturer. This is guaranteed by using original replacement parts.

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2. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

PLOUGH TYPE: FARMER type M (2 to 5 furrows)

M 850 Shearbolt M ST 850 mech. stump jump M ST HD 850 hydr. stump jump M 950 Shearbolt M ST 950 mech. stump jump M ST HD 950 hydr. stump jump M 1020 Shearbolt M ST 1020 mech. stump jump M ST HD 1020 hydr. stump jump Weight 450 590 560 460 600 570 470 610 580 560 770 725 570 780 735 580 790 745 670 950 890 680 960 900 690 970 910 HP (kW)-requirements 40-70 (30 - 50) 60 - 90 (44 - 66) 80 - 120 (59 - 90)

Clear width tyres (mm)

Cat. II: Shearbolt - Straight axle 1050 - 1740

Cat. III: Shearbolt - Straight axle 1050 - 1740 for furrow width Cat. II: NON-Stop - Straight axle 1080 - 1770

Cat. III: NON-Stop - Straight axle 1080 - 1770 40 cm Cat. II und III: Shearbolt - Floating axle 1050 - 1740

Cat. II und III: NON-Stop - Floating axle 1080 - 1770

Underbeam clearance cm 72/78/82 72/76/82 72/76/82 72/78/82 72/76/82 72/76/82 72/78/82 72/76/82 72/76/82 Furrow width (cm) 30 - 50 30 - 50 30 - 50 Interbody clearance (cm) 850 950 1020

* Maximum HP (kW) values listed are in line with authorised tractor performances.

** Weight excluding additional equipment (weight depends on underbeam clearance and plough body).

Work tools:

Plough bodies of types NL460, UN350, UN400, UN430, WY350, WY400, WS350, UST400 (slatted body), WL430, WST430, WX400, WXL430

Additional equipment:

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PLOUGH TYPE: FARMER type MS (2 to 5 furrows) MS 850 Shearbolt MS ST 850 mech. stump jump MS ST HD 850 hydr. stump jump MS 950 Shearbolt MS ST 950 mech. stump jump MS ST HD 950 hydr. stump jump MS 1050 Shearbolt MSST 1050 mech. stump jump MSST HD 1050 hydr. stump jump Weight 470 610 580 490 630 600 510 650 620 590 800 755 610 820 775 630 840 795 710 990 930 730 1010 950 750 1030 970 830 1180 1105 850 1200 1125 870 1220 1145 HP (kW)-requirments 55 - 80 (40 - 60) 70 - 100 (50 - 75) 90 - 125 (66 - 90) 110 - 140 (80 - 103)

Clear width tyres (mm)

Kat. II: Scherbolzen - Normalachse 1060 - 1680

Kat. III: Scherbolzen - Normalachse 1060 - 1680 bei Schnittbreite Kat. II: NON-Stop - Normalachse 1080 - 1700

Kat. III: NON-Stop - Normalachse 1080 - 1700 40 cm Kat. II und III: Scherbolzen - Pendelachse 1060 - 1680

Kat. II und III: NON-Stop - Pendelachse 1080 - 1700

Underbeam clearance (cm) 72/76 82/90 72/76/82 72/76/82 72/76 82/90 72/76/82 72/76/82 72/76 82/90 72/76/82 72/76/82 Furrow width (cm) 30 - 50 30 - 50 30 - 50 Interbody clearance (cm) 850 950 1050

* Maximum HP (kW) values listed are in line with authorised tractor performances.

** Weight excluding additional equipment (weight depends on underbeam clearance and plough body).

Work tools:

Plough bodies of types NL460, UN350, UN400, UN430, WY350, WY400, WS350, UST400 (slatted body), WL430, WST430, WX400, WXL430

Additional equipment:

Disc coulter, knife coulter, manure skimmer, skim coulter, trashboard, straw feed discs, depth wheel, deflector boards, subsoiler, hydraulic track adjustment, packer

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3. PREPARATIONS TO TRACTOR AND PLOUGH

PREPARATIONS TO TRACTOR

Familiarize yourself with all functions on the tractor. Read operating manual of tractor manufacturer before use. It is too late to do this during working operation.

Tyres:

Tyre pressure, especially that of the tractor's rear wheels, must be identical. Ballast weights:

Ensure adequate front ballasting of your tractor. The weight of the plough on the rear lifting mechanism of your tractor relieves the load on the front axle and can impair the steering and braking behaviour.

The tractive power transmission (slip) is moreover improved in fourwheel-drive tractors. Lifting rods:

The lifting rods H must be set (differently) so that landside and plough beam are at right angles to the ground a, b. If the lifting rods H can be adjusted on the lower connecting rods U, then they should be set as far back as possible. This relieves the load on the tractor's hydraulic system.

Lateral stability of lower connecting rods:

The lower connecting rods U need to have maximum possible lateral movement during operation. Stabilizing bars or tension chains S must never be tight during ploughing. During transportation, the lateral movement of the lower connecting rods U must be greatly reduced or fully blocked.

Controlling:

For tractors with hydraulic control, ploughing is mainly done using tractive power or draft control. Mounting and dismounting of the plough is to be carried out in position control!

Clearance:

"CLEARANCE" = the inside distance between the wheels must be the same for both the front and rear.

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PREPARATIONS TO PLOUGH

Lubrication points A must be lubricated regularly with a grease gun (lubricator nipple). The spindles must also be greased regularly.

Use only high-quality grease - as this will increase the implement’s service life.

Lubrication:

All lubrication points are to be lubricated (see lubrication plan).

Protective varnish:

Peel off protective layer from plough blades and mould boards.

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4. MOUNTING AND DISMOUNTING THE PLOUGH

ESSENTIALLY:

• The plough must only be mounted on the tractor’s lifting mechanism using original parts with compatible connection size (category II or III).

• Before mounting and dismounting the plough onto and from the tractor’s lifting mechanism, place the control lever for the hydraulic system in such a position that inadvertent lifting or lowering of the three-point linkage is impossible.

• When mounting or dismounting the plough onto or from the tractor, and when operating the lifting mechanism, ensure that there is nobody between plough and tractor.

• There must be nobody between the tractor and implement unless the tractor is secured by the parking brake and/or wheel chocks to prevent it from rolling away. Switch off engine, remove ignition key.

• There is a risk of tipping when the plough is being dismounted. It is therefore essential that the implement be secured with stand supports.

• The plough must only be mounted and dismounted on firm, level ground.

MOUNTING PLOUGH TO TRACTOR

Stand the plough in working position and connect to tractor as follows:

• For models of a four-share design and above, the quick hitch bar must have a pin diameter of 36 mm.

• Use only the specified quick hitch bar: Quick hitch bar: Cat.II/28 = shoulder size 825 Cat.III/36 = shoulder size 825 Cat.III/36 = shoulder size 965 • Set hydraulic control of tractor to position control.

• Connect lower connecting rods to quick hitch bar and secure with linch pins. • Release stand support, turn by 90° respectively push upward and secure again.

• Connect upper connection rods of tractor in one of the both holes in the head stock with connecting bolt and secure with linch pin. Preferably use long slot in connecting body - specifically for multi-furrow (4-,5-share) ploughs - so that upper connecting rod can move freely during ploughing (Advantageous on hilly ground). Connect upper connecting rod in such a way that attachment point on plough is higher than that of attachment on tractor during operation.

• Connect hydraulic tubes or hoses on controlling unit of tractor.

• For plough work set hydraulic control to traction control or mixed control. Please refer also to the operating manual of tractor manufacturer.

DISMOUNTING PLOUGH FROM TRACTOR

Park plough on solid flat ground.

Switch hydraulic control mechanism to position control.

Remove upper connecting rod from mounting body.

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5. ADJUSTING THE PLOUGH

GENERAL INFORMATION

When using the plough for the first time, it is recommended that the diverse rough adjustments be carried out in the yard. If these adjustment recommendations are followed, it is generally only necessary to make small correcting adjustments on the field. The adjustments are made with the plough mounted on the tractor!

UPPER CONNECTING ROD

Connect upper connecting rod O to plough headstock

N in such a way that it is raised to some extent in the direction of the plough.

In general:

When using a support wheel (double support wheel, swing support wheel, transport swing support wheel), the upper connecting rod should be fitted in one of the long holes (slots) and should lie in the front third of the long hole during operation (see Figure).

When using a plough without a support wheel, the upper connecting rod is fitted in the hole (bore) in the plough headstock.

SUPPORT WHEEL

The support wheel is set as required depending on intended working depth. To this end, the vertical distance between the lower edge of the wheel and the share plane is measured and, if necessary, corrected. The wheels are then adjusted vertically as explained below.

ROUGH ADJUSTMENT OF PLOUGH ON TRACTOR

Rough adjustment of plough is firstly carried out using the slide block guide by means of the width adjustment spindle (V) in accordance with the different clearances between the tractor wheels (A) and the set cutting width (S).

This gives the adjustment dimensions

In practice (wheel camber adjustment), the amount X should be reduced depending on the work depth

A

X =

− S

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Allgemein gilt:

Bei einer Spur- und Schnittbreitenverstellung muss bei einem Verstellmaß größer als + (-) 3cm die Turmstrebe T vorne oben und hinten unten gelockert werden bzw. die Gewindespindel P

dementsprechend verlängert oder verkürzt werden!

WORKING POSITION

Increase: Set hydraulic adjustment control to greater depth, shorten upper connecting rod, raise depth wheels

Decrease: Set hydraulic adjustment control to smaller depth, lengthen upper connecting rod, lower depth wheels.

DEPTH ADJUSTMENT VIA HYDRAULIC ADJUSTMENT CONTROL: See operating manual of tractor manufacturer.

DEPTH ADJUSTMENT WITH DEPTH WHEEL:

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WHEEL CAMBER SETTING

Wheel camber is set using the lifting rods (see page 9), so that plough legs or landside (Pos. 1) are at right angles to the ground.

TRACTION POINT SETTING

Set plough so that there is no lateral pull on tractor. Put lower lift arms in correct position to avoid lateral pull. For normal usage the plough is set so that cross-shaft W runs centrally to the tractor tracks.

Tractor pulls towards ploughed work:

alter lower connecting rods towards ploughed terrain Traction point spindle Z is screwed together. Tractor pulls towards unploughed work:

Alter lower connecting rods towards unploughed terrain Traction-point spindle Z is screwed apart.

EXACT ADJUSTMENT OF TRACK WIDTH

Adjusting the cutting width of the first body S1 according to field depth and camber setting, is done by the slide block guidance F using width adjustment spindle V so that it corresponds with the cutting width of the next body S (must be 40cm).

Bei jeder Einstellkorrektur treten Rückwirkungen auf andere Einstellgrößen auf und erfordern deren Korrektur.

Adjusting the cutting width of the first body S1 according to field depth is done so that it corresponds with the cutting width of the next body S.

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DISC COULTER SETTING

Set depth of disc coulter after removing screw K and altering position of rocker bar L according to desired work depth. Make sure that hub N does not touch the ground.

The distance (unploughed side in direction of travel ON THE LEFT of landside) between the side of the disc and the ploughing tackle should be between approx. 1 and 5 cm depending on the soil properties, and at least protrude beyond the manure skimmer. This distance is achieved by rotating the coulter shaft.

Generally a disc coulter is mounted on the last body; special disc coulter ploughs can be delivered or installed upon customer request (one disc coulter is mounted on each body). (ATTENTION: Disc coulter ploughs FARMER M and MS non stop stum—jump system are only available for frame heights from 76 cm)!!

CONTINUOUS FURROW-WIDTH ADJUSTMENT

Continuous furrow width adjustment is possible within a range between 32 and 52 cm (for VARIO 850) and 35 - 55 cm (for VARIO 950 and 1050). In the case of exact plough setting (exact traction point setting and exact track width adjustment with a furrow width of 40 cm), it is not necessary to subsequently correct other settings. When the furrow width is adjusted, both the traction point setting and the furrow width of the first body are automatically set at the same time or adjusted to the lateral movement of the lower connecting rods.

VARIO CUTTING WIDTH ADJUSTMENT:

MANURE SKIMMER

The work depth of manure skimmers (skim coulters) depends on the work depth of the plough body and should be set so that the work depth is approximately 1/3 of the cultivation depth. Where there are extensive crop remains, the setting can also be somewhat deeper. Should the manure skimmers be obstructed by oversized crop remains, they can easily be removed.

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6. TRANSPORTATION

IT IS ESSENTIALLY THE CASE THAT

When travelling in fog, twilight or in the dark, protruding parts must be made visible. Illuminating elements and warning signs can be supplied if required.

The regulations stipulated in the road traffic act of each country must be observed.

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WHEN TRANSPORTING THE PLOUGH ON PUBLIC ROADS OBSERVE HIGHWAY

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TRANSPORTFAHRT MIT EINER PENDELANBAUACHSE Wenn die Pendelachse P beim Pflügen über

den Drehpunkt D pendeln soll, müssen beide Lagerbolzen B im Anbaukörper C in die vorderen Bohrungen B1 versetzt werden; bei der Transportfahrt müssen die beiden Lagerbolzen wieder in Position B montiert werden, das heißt: Pendelachse P muss im Anbaukörper ganz hinten sein und an der Verriegelung V anliegen. Die Lagerbolzen B

müssen vor den Anschlägen A vorgesteckt werden, um die Sicherheit bei der Transportfahrt zu gewährleisten.

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7. OVERLOAD PROTECTION

SHEAR OFF PROTECTION

(Shearbolt)

To protect V&N ploughs from damage through overloading, they are fitted with shear-off bolts (1). After a shear-off bolt breaks, the swung-out plough body can be pivoted back into working position after releasing turning point bolts (2) and removing remains of shear-off bolt. After replacement, securely tighten new shear-off bolt and turning-point bolt.

Pos. 3 = mounting points for manure skimmer support

I n c a s e o f a n y o v e r l o a d p r o t e c t i o n :

Use only original shear-off bolts (see spare parts drawing) of the appropriate size and quality! Only these bolts guarantee proper protection. Never use bolts of higher or lower strength or bolts with shorter shafts!

FULLY AUTOMATIC STUMP-JUMP - mechanical (= Non stop stump-jump mech.) (with overload protection)

F u l l y a u t o m a t i c m e c h a n i c a l s t u m p - j u m p f u n c t i o n s a s f o l l o w s :

When plough body meets an obstruction (stone), the plough beam element turns upwards through the pivot point D (up to max. limit E – spring is compressed). When the obstruction has been passed, the plough beam element returns to its original position. The whole procedure occurs without having to stop the plough (NON stop, mechanical).

If the NON stop plough beam element with leaf spring (mechanical) is activated to often or if the plough does not go into ground (soil too hard), the number of leaf springs can be increased (from 5 to 10 leaf springs – see spare parts drawing) or decreased, should the opposite be the case.

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KEEP CLEAR of tilting plough beam element!

To disassemble the plough beam element or the leaf spring, turn the adjusting screw A to the left until screws B and C can be removed. Screw B must be put in first, and after that adjusting screw A should be turned to the right until screw C can be mounted (compression length of spring = precompressed about 710 mm = middle of pin).

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FULLY AUTOMATIC STUMP-JUMP - HYDRAULIC (Non stop hydr. stump-jump system)

The fully automatic stump-jump system works in principle like the mechanical stump-jump system. The only difference is that instead of the leaf springs a hydraulic cylinder with connected hydro-accumulator is used.

O p e r a t i n g p r i n c i p l e :

When the body of the plough meets an obstruction (stone) the resistance is so high, that the NON STOP element activates. The hydraulic oil of the hydraulic cylinder (fixed on the NON STOP element) gives pressure to the piston accumulator. As soon as the body of the plough has overcome the obstruction, the hydro accumulator presses the oil back in the hydraulic cylinder and brings the NON STOP element back in position.

The release pressure (= work pressure) can be adjusted, if needed, through the pressure regulating tube connected to the tractor hydraulics. The work pressure can be read from the pressure manometer.

When disconnecting the pressure regulating tube from the tractor the stop cock tap on the plough must be locked, the pipe to the tractor hydraulic must be cleared (pressure-free) and only then taken out. When leaving the pipe connected to the tractor, care must be taken that the pipe does not get squeezed or covered.

For protection against damage through overloading, all NON STOP elements are additionally provided with a shear bolt F. Installation and dismantling instructions using the three-point bolt G are described under "Shear-off protection".

PRESSURE ON THE HYDRO ACCUMULATOR:

The maximum pressure set must not exceed

140 bar, otherwise component parts on the plough will be subject to overload and damage.

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KEEP CLEAR of plough beam element and hydro-accumulator! (System is under high pressure).

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS:

Prior to assembling or disassembling the hydraulic stone protection device (cylinder, accumulator, hose lines, tubes, etc.), reduce system pressure completely using the pressure control tube (SYSTEM IS UNDER HIGH PRESSURE) DANGER of ACCIDENTS! Before reducing the system pressure, the plough must be attached or supported appropriately or it may overturn.

The gas pressure side must only be adjusted by the dealer or V&N - without exception - and, in the case of central or compact accumulators, must be checked yearly

The oil pressure can be adjusted using the tractor hydraulic and the pressure regulating tube.

Pre-stress pressure 90 bar (Nitrogen)

Min. operating pressure (hydr. oil) 90 bar Max. operating pressure 140 bar

(hydr. oil)

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8. SERVICING

To ensure that your plough remains valuable and reliable, certain necessary service work and maintenance needs to be carried out.

I. All bolts and nuts must be tightened after initial use. They must then be checked every 20 operating hours, and tightened or replaced if necessary (shear bolt).

I. II. III. IV. V.

II. All lubrication points (see lubrication plan) are to be lubricated regularly.

III. Replace worn shares and mould boards promptly to prevent damage to plough bodies or supporting parts. The same applies to skimmers and discs if present.

IV. Check high-pressure hydraulic tubes regularly and keep connections clean. Use protective caps. Porous or defective high-pressure tubes are to be exchanged immediately.

V. After operation, clean plough thoroughly and protect exposed surfaces against corrosion using acid-free grease.

Parking in the open:

If parked for a long time in the open, clean piston rods and then preserve with grease.

Wintering:

Clean plough thoroughly before wintering, protect against bad weather, protect exposed parts against rust, grease all grease points.

Cleaning machine parts:

ATTENTION!

High-pressure cleaners should not be used to clean bearing and hydraulic parts. Risk of rust.

Grease machine after cleaning. Cleaning under too high a pressure can damage varnish.

A T T E N T I O N !

Important for environmentally friendly, low pollutant varnishing:

The implement must not be cleaned with a steam jet device within the first 6 weeks.

After this time, only clean at a nozzle distance of at least 50 cm at 100 bar and 50

°

C.

If these points are not adhered to, the warranty will not cover

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8. FAULTS DURING OPERATION AND THEIR REPAIR

Plough does not go into ground: - draw cross furrows at end of field - shorten upper connecting rod - replace shares or use chisel shares - set disc coulter and mulcher higher - reduce wheel camber slightly

Plough does not reach - set support wheels higher desired work depth: - lower hydraulic control

- shorten upper connecting rod - replace shares or use chisel shares

Plough bodies work unevenly - reset top link

deep: - correct wheel camber

Plough works unevenly: - sheared shear-off bolt of a plough beam (replace)

Plough pulls to land side: - increase work depth - reduce wheel camber

- additional mounting of side protection

Plough pulls to furrows: - increase work depth - increase wheel camber

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

I T I S I M P E R A T I V E T H A T T H E F O L L O W I N G

I N S T R U C T I O N S B E F O L L O W E D :

1. When uncoupling plough from tractor, ensure that stand support is duly clamped. 2. Transport journeys:

When undertaking transport journeys on public roads, obey the highway code.

3 . For all models of 4-furrow design a mounting axle of Cat. II/36 or III/36 (= pin diameter 36 mm) is generally stipulated.

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TERMS OF WARRANTY

We guarantee the product as specified below: * Extent of warranty:

We guarantee the initial purchaser a delivery item with state-of-the-art technology regarding serviceability and operability.

The warranty moreover covers the removal of defects in the event of damage to delivery items due to defective material, construction defects, or finishing defects.

* Duration of warranty claims:

The period of warranty begins with delivery of the item. It covers: a) 1 year for structural parts

b) Bought-in parts:

For those parts not manufactured by ourselves, e.g. bearings, we can only provide a warranty to the extent that our warranty is covered by the supplier.

* Removal of defects:

Fulfilment of warranty is as follows: parts that are proven to be defective or have become defunct through material, design or processing defects are repaired at our discretion or can be returned freight-free to our plant in Wartberg to be replaced. Proof of defect is governed by the inspection report of our plant. Removal of defects does not affect duration of warranty.

All further claims to redhibition, diminution or replacement delivery, as well as compensation for direct or indirect consequential damages shall remain ineligible.

* Exclusion from warranty:

The following are excluded from warranty:

a) Wearing parts as a result of normal wear and tear.

b) Damage traceable to negligence, overloading or improper handling * Expiry of warranty;

a) If claims on warranty in reference to wrong or incomplete delivery or other overt shortcomings are not made in writing and reported to our plant within 8 days of delivery.

b) If specifications pertaining to the treatment of the delivery items (operating manual) are not followed.

c) In cases of incorrect mounting or operation by purchaser or third party.

d) If alterations are made to the delivery item by the purchaser or third party without our prior permission, or when repair work is undertaken without our permission.

e) In cases of resale of the delivery item within the duration of the warranty.

f) If the purchaser is in default of payment or does not fulfil other incumbent obligations.

g) In cases of use or mounting of foreign parts, or accessory tools or trailing implements not recommended by ourselves.

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