JCB SMALL HYDRAULIC BREAKERS (OWNER MANUAL)
About this manual
This document details the relevant use and maintenance procedures for the JCB small hydraulic breakers (Hammermaster 65, 100 and 100Q). The safety information included is directly relevant to operation and maintenance of the Hammermaster 65, 100 and 100Q. General safety information, and that relevant to the carrier machine is not included. For details about safe operation of the carrier machine, refer to the relevant documents.
Important: Do not attempt to install, operate or maintain any attachment until you have read and understood all relevant operator documentation for both the attachment, and the carrier machine. Pay particular attention to safety information. You must observe all relevant laws and regulations.
The manufacturer’s policy is one of continuous improvement. The right to change the specification of the machine without notice is reserved. No responsibility will be accepted for discrepancies which may occur between specifications of the machine and the descriptions contained in this publication.
Carrier Machine Suitability
The JCB small hydraulic breakers (Hammermaster 65, 100 and 100Q) are suitable for use with the JCB Micro Series Machines and 801 Series Mini Excavators when installed with a high flow auxiliary/Breaker hydraulic circuit. Carrier machines can be installed with single acting hydraulic circuits for Hammers/Breakers. This means that the pressure line is always the pressure line and the return line is always the return line. Therefore, it is important to identify the pressure line and pressure connection on the hammer, similarly with the return line/ connection.
The Hammermaster 65, 100 and 100Q are suitable for use with some other non JCB carrier machines.
Check List – Equipment
The Hammermaster 65, 100 and 100Q is supplied as follows:
1 Breaker – assembled with mounting side plates.
2 Tail Hoses – assembled with quick release couplings.
3 Moil Tool.
4 Chisel Tool.
5 Grease Gun.
6 JCB Extreme Hammer Grease Cartridge.
7 Noise Warning Decal (self adhesive).
8 Operator Handbook.
Operating the breaker near residential areas or other noise exposure areas can cause noise pollution.
In order to avoid unnecessary noise, please follow these basic rules:
1 When operating with the breaker, keep the tool at 90° to the material. Working at other angles increases the noise level by 5 – 8 dB.
2 Replace or fix all parts that are worn out, damaged or loosened. This not only saves your breaker but it decreases the noise level.
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