Safety overview

  • Walk around the machine and ensure there is ample room to fold out

  • Ensure any parts removed for transport are refitted, and any transport brackets etc removed.

  • Explain the need for the Customer to read and understand the operation manual

  • List the location of every e/stop including the engine kill button on the remote control

  • Point out and explain the safety warning stickers

  • Explain each and every grid and the nip point it is covering and why they should not be removed

  • Explain the purpose of the guard on the crusher inlet and why it should be down when the crusher is in operation

  • Explain why you should never enter the crushing chamber until all safety procedures are in place (Demonstrate)

  • Explain the use of the battery isolator

  • Explain the danger of high pressure oil

  • Explain and demonstrate lockout procedure

  • Explain the tracking operation and requirement for banks man

Pre-start

  • Explain to the customer the reasons to do a pre-start every time and that they should have their own pre-check sheet to follow

  • Ensure all guards are fitted

  • That no damage has been done during transport / shipping damage

  • Identify wear components

  • Show maintenance schedules

  • Check that there are no loose parts or leaks

  • Check all lubricants and oils are at specified levels

  • Explain to the customer the benefit to keeping a log book with the machine so they can record:

  • Hours run

  • Location

  • Feed material

  • Damage

  • Closed side setting

  • Condition of wear parts (skirts etc.)

  • Maintenance issues

  • Running records (engine load)

  • Running records (temperatures)

  • Point out to the customer all emergency stops around the machine

  • Identify to the customer the hydraulic components and their purpose around the plant

  • Identify to the customer the daily oil level checks

  • Diesel level and filler

  • Engine oil level and type used

  • Engine coolant level and type used

  • Hydraulic oil level and type used

  • Feeder gearbox oil level and type used

  • Urea level and where to fill

  • Greasing points around the machine

  • Track gearbox level and type used (not expected to be a daily check)

Navigating around the screens

  • Demonstrate and explain how to navigate around the screens

  • Demonstrate and explain the alarm fault codes and warning lights - what to expect, how to find the history

  • Demonstrate and explain the engine, screen etc.

  • Demonstrate and explain the set-up screen

Maintenance

  • Explain the importance of having a structured maintenance procedure and the benefits

  • Point out the position for locking off the machine and how and when to lock out and tag out

  • Show the customer the detailed maintenance schedule in the operations manual, for daily checks through to 2000 hours

  • Point out to the customer the locations of all maintenance related components

  • Engine oil, fuel filters and separators – location of dipstick

  • Hydraulic high pressure filters, return filters and suction filters, and how to change,

  • Tank breathers

  • Drain points

  • Explain the importance of replacing the charge pressure filter every 250 hours.

  • Explain to the customer the importance of re-tightening jaw liners and cheek plates in the first few hours of operation

  • Explain to the customer how to check the drive belt tension and how to re-tension.

  • Point out the ECM and the importance of these to be disconnected when welding.

  • Explain what is and what to do when experiencing toggle knock

  • Explain and if necessary how to change feeder / pre-screen meshes.

Selecting a site position

  • Explain the need to prepare a firm / stable and level base

  • Failure to do so will cause uneven and premature wear of parts, etc.

Tracking into position

  • Explain and demonstrate how to select tracking, how to track and manoeuvre slow and fast with the remote control and/or umbilical

Folding out

  • Demonstrate how to fold out the product head and tail and bypass conveyor and how to fold out the hopper sides and back door.

  • Fold out and secure access ladders

Setting up

  • Explain and demonstrate how to set the closed side setting and the difference between open and closed side setting (Refer to manual on settings)

Starting and running the machine

  • Explain and demonstrate how to start the machine in manual and auto mode, explaining the sequence, the engine rpm, speeds and pressure on screen that would be expected.

  • Demonstrate and explain feeder control and how to use this with the remote control.

  • Explain the feeder inhibits function and what they are likely to see.

  • Demonstrate and explain how to adjust magnet speed.

  • Demonstrate and explain the dust suppression system.

Shutting down the machine

  • Demonstrate and explain shutting down the machine, in manual, in auto, again what to look for and what to listen for.

Applications

  • Explain the things they are likely to see with different materials

  • Wet sticky material (clay)

  • Asphalt (compresses and does not crush)

  • High Fines content, (compacts)

  • Hard rock , Granite type rock

  • Explain the benefit of choke feeding the jaw

  • Even wear on liners (Longer life)

  • More rock on rock crushing.

  • More and even through put

  • Explain the need to keep the feed in central and a steady Flow

Summary

  • Ensure the customer is happy with the procedure of how to fold down and prep for transport

  • Show the customer how to use the spare parts manual

  • Show the customer the contents of the operations manual and explain his need to read and understand

  • Explain the tool box contents

Additional comments and sign off

  • Were there any quality issues or unseen circumstances which affected your ability to commission the machine at the customer’s site?

  • Handover carried out by:

  • Person inducted

  • Person
  • Add signature

  • Date Handover carried out

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