• Check List

    1. Ensure that you are signed into the site. Observe all local OH&S requirements. Take 5. Ensure that the area around the machine is clear, there are no obstructions when you slew the boom and you are not operating in a dangerous environment around other people. Be safe, be OHS AWARE.
    2. Slew the boom to its far left position.
    3. Raise the boom to its highest point.
    4. Operate the dipper arm through its full range of movement (lower and raise)
    5. Lower the dipper and boom to a position suitable for slewing.
    6. Slew the boom to its far right position.
    7. Raise the boom to its highest point.
    8. Operate the dipper arm through its full range of movement (lower and raise).
    9. Lower the dipper arm and boom to a position suitable for slewing.
    10. Slew the boom to its centre most position.
    11. Operate the quick hitch tilt through its entire travel (extend and retract the boom) ensure the A Port Hose (pressure side) is on the near side of the machine.
    12. Lower the boom to the ground ensuring that the operation is smooth and placement is soft.

  • Have you checked ALL fittings, hoses and connections for leaks?

  • Do the hoses move freely without obstruction, rubbing, catching or kinking?

  • Do the dipper arm pipes touch on the dipper or the ram at any stage of its operation?

  • Is this vehicle to OEM standards with no modifications to the installation,?

  • Has the installation manual/Komatsu work instructions (strike out 1) followed, and the above checks been completed correctly?

  • Was a Quick Hitch fitted to the machine at the time of your installation?

  • HSST Signature:

  • Porter Group Representative Signature:

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