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PDF Content Summary: C101 Pump/Valve Service Instructions HS20 B Commercial Intertech 18 88 9898899 23 9 999 1988 W . 88 08 89 . . de 13 9.898 2998 .. 8. 2999 09 SHO 18 00 1 389 1 280X 8 9 . introduction spool is in neutral, the unit will circulate oil internally. Two lines are used, one line to cylinder and one to tank. The PTO must be disen gaged during travel. The C101TM pump/valve is de signed to give long, trouble free operation at 2000 psi. Flows at 1800 rpm range up to 38 gpm for 2" models and 48 gpm for 21/2" models. Operating pressures should not exceed 2000 psi without application approval from Commercial's product support department. IIIIII contents: • Cleanliness ........ • Options .......... • Lubrication and Oil Recommendations ..... • Recommended Start-up Procedure for new or rebuilt pump or motor 3 • Tool List ................3 • Disassembly ........... • Parts List. • Comination Relief Valve Check Valve • Assembly .......... • C101 Relief Valve Maintenance ...7 • C101 Relief Valve Adjustment ..... 7 • C101 Service Kits .......................8 • Troubleshooting ... .........................9 three line installation This circuit is recommended for short hauls where the unit is in nearly continuous operation. With the spool in neutral, oil circulates through the unit and returns to tank. Three lines are used, one line to cylinder, one intake line and one return line. ....... ..... .......... cleanliness The most common cause of prema ture pump failure is dirty oil. Modern hydraulic components require very close tolerances to operate effi ciently at high pressures. Contami nants, no matter how small, cause wear and decrease the life of the piece of equipment. Make sure all components are clean when they're installed and that regular mainte nance practices keep the oil clean. ! !! +E FIII This configuration requires installa tion of a sleeve in the pump's inlet. (P/N) 391-3283-052) options two line installation Generally used for long haul, intermittent operation. When the warning C101 pump/valves should be equipped with a lockable control lever to prevent the unit from accidentally being shifted from the neutral position during travel. Failure to install such a lock may allow the dump bed to raise unin tentionally which can lead to injury and/or damage to the vehicle. © 1992 Commercial Intertech Corp. lubrication and oil recommendations cold weather operations: Oils for use in cold weather should have a viscosity not exceeding 7500 SSU at the minimum start-up temperature. A pour point of at least 20°F below start-up temperature is recommended. Start-up procedures should allow for a gradual warm-up until the oil reaches a reasonably fluid state. All parts are lubricated by the general recommendations: hydraulic oil in the circuit. Particular A good quality hydraulic oil con attention must be paid to keep the forming to the characteristics listed oil in the system clean. Whenever above is essential to satisfactory there is a pump failure and there is performance and long life of any reason to feel that metal particles hydraulic system. may be in the system, the oil must be drained, the entire system Oil should be changed on regular flushed clean and any filter screens schedules in accordance with the thoroughly cleaned or replaced. manufacturer's recommendations New oil should be supplied for the and the system periodically flushed. entire system. Oil suitable and recommended for use in circuits Oil temperature in reservoir must involving Commercial's pumps and not exceed 200°F (93.3°C) with a motors should meet the following maximum temperature of 180°F specifications. (82.2°C) recommended. Higher temperatures will result in rapid oil viscosity: deterioration. • 50 SSU minimum @ operating temperature Reservoir capacity should equal 7500 SSU maximum @ starting that of the cylinder(s) plus 20 temperature gallons or be approximately 11/2 • 150 to 225 SSU @ 100°F (37.8°C) times the output of the pump. (generally) 44 to 48 SSU @ 210°F (98.9°C) Oil poured into the reservoir should (generally) pass through a 100 mesh screen. approximate SSU at... Pour only clean oil from clean Oil 100°F 21°F containers into the reservoir. A 100 Grade (37.8°C) (98.9°C) mesh screen may be used in the suction line leading to the pump. A SAE10 150 Suction filter should be of sufficient SAE20 330 51 size to handle twice the pump capacity. It must be cleaned and viscosity Index: 90 minimum checked regularly to avoid damage aniline Point: +175° (80°C) mini due to contamination and cavita mum tion. recommended additives: Foam Depressant Always mount the pump lower than Rust and Oxidation Inhibitors the hydraulic reservoir to insure the inlet will be flooded with a good other desirable characteristics: supply of oil. • Stability of physical and chemical characteristics. normal temperatures: • High demulsibility (low emulsibil Ambient. ity) for separation of water, air and 0°F (-18°C) to 100°F (37.8°C) contaminants. System. • Resistant to the formation of 100°F (37.8°C) to 180°F (82.2°C) gums, sludges, acids, tars and varnishes. Be sure your oil is recommended • High lubricity and film strength. for the temperatures you expect to encounter. the use of other oils: • Automatic Transmission Fluid (ATF): General experience here has been satisfactory; however, ATF oils are sometimes too expensive for normal use in hydraulic systems. • Diesel Fuel or Kerosene (Coal Oil): Sometimes used as dilutants for cold weather operations but are not recommended as they are not sufficiently refined products. • Fire Resistant Fluids: Of the several different types, only the inverted emulsion types may be used without changing to special seals, packaging, gaskets, hose, etc., compositions. Their use may materially reduce pump life. Experi ence indicates that the use of FR fluids can be disastrous unless certain precautions are followed. DO NOT USE ANY FIRE RESIS TANT FLUIDS OR NON-PETRO LEUM OILS WITHOUT CONSULT ING OUR PRODUCT SUPPORT DEPARTMENT. 43 . These suggestions are intended as a guide only. OBTAIN YOUR FINAL OIL RECOMMENDATIONS FROM YOUR OIL SUPPLIER. tool list recommended start-up procedure for new or rebuilt pump or motor A seal remover tool can be easily made from an old screwdriver. Heat the blade and bend the tip as shown. Grind the tip to fit the notch behind the shaft seal. 1/4" - 1/4" Dia. Drill through hole Before installing a rebuilt pump, • Arbor Press back-off the main relief valve until • Bearing Puller (Owatonna Tool the spring tension on the adjusting Co. MD-956 or equivalent) screw is relieved. This will avoid the 1. Clean Lintless Cloths possibility of immediate damage to • Deburring Tool (an old file with the the replacement unit in the event cutting teeth ground off) that the relief valve setting had been • Machinist's Hammer altered. • Soft Hammer • Permatex Aviation Form-A-Gasket Before connecting any lines to the No. 3 Non-hardening Sealant or Equivalent 9/16" Rad. pump pour a small quantity of clean oil in the inlet port to provide initial • Medium Grit Carborundum Stone lubrication. • Oil and Grease • Snap Ring Pliers After connecting the lines and • Prick Punch mounting the replacement unit, • Sharp Razor Blade operate the pump at least two • Scale (1/32" or 1/64" graduations) minutes at zero pressure at lowest • Small Screwdriver possible rpm. During this break-in • Torque Wrench period, the unit should run free and • Vise with 6" Minimum Open not develop an excessive amount of | Spread heat. If the unit operates properly, • Bar for Lip Seal Installation (use .015 X 60°: speed and pressure can then be 21/8" dia. by 2" bar) increased to normal operating Special Steel Sleeve setting of 2000 psi. 3 1/2" 2 1/2" +.000 Ï 1.002.7.002 - .000 -.0021.1901) O"d/' Reset the main relief valve to its proper setting while the pump is running at maximum operating engine speed for the vehicle. All external surfaces must be free of scratches and burrs. ALWAYS USE AN ACCURATE GAGE WHEN ADJUSTING THE RELIEF VALVE PRESSURE SETTING. The special steel sleeve is used to insert the drive shaft through the lip seal without damage and can be made from bar stock. The drawing and chart give details for making this tool. disassembly cap. Remove the spiral pin from the spool and slide off the end cap. 12. Wash all component parts in solvent and blow dry prior to inspection e. Remove dirt and paint from spool. 1. Wash and wipe all dirt from the outside of the unit. Mark castings to simplify reassembly. Remove the key(s) from the drive shafts and save for remounting. component f. Push spool through the bore to determine if it slides freely. Remove it from bore. 2. If unit has a mounting bracket attached, take it off by removing the four hex nuts and washers. If the spool drags in the bore, inspect the spool for nicks or burrs. If possible, remove these with 330 or finer emery or crocus cloth. Wear on component parts will often indicate what problems existed while the unit was in operation. Listed below are major components and general rules to help you determine acceptable wear limits. 3. Grip the valve end of the pump in a large vise so the drive shafts are exposed. Remove the snap ring from each drive shaft bore in the shaft end cover. If the spool continues to drag, it may be bent or the spool bore may be damaged. Spools are hone-fitted to their individual housings. There fore, damage to either of these components means the entire valve must be replaced. gear housing Wear in excess of .005" cut-out necessitates replacement of the gear housing. 4. Turn the unit end-for-end and grip the shaft end cover in the vise. Place a straight-edge across bore. If you can slip a .005" feeler gage under the straight edge in the cut out area, replace the gear housing. Pressure pushes the gears against the housing on the low pressure side. As the hubs and bearings wear, the cut-out becomes more pronounced. Excessive cut-out in a short period of time indicates excessive pressure or oil contami nation. The C101 gear housing can not be "flopped" because the high and low pressure sides are not interchange able. Note: *If the spool or relief valve is g. Remove the "O" rings from both not to be removed, proceed to item ends of the bore and discard. 7. Be sure that the valve spool Check "O" ring groove for any shifts freely in bore and that the foreign material. detent holds. 7. Remove cap screws with a 5. Remove relief valve cartridge sturdy socket and breaker bar and from valve assembly. (Relief valve lift the valve housing from the maintenance instructions are given assembly. Remove thrust plate if it on page 7.) Keep all dirt and foreign remains attached to the valve material out of the open, working housing. end of relief valve. 8. Push upward on the end of the 6. If spool "O" rings are to be drive shaft until gears can be lifted replaced, the valve spool must be out of gear housing. removed from the valve housing. 9. Using two pry tools or screwdriv a. With spool in neutral position, ers, separate the gear housing from remove the detent retainer, spring the shaft end cover. Be careful not and detent ball from valve cap (pen to damage machined surfaces. magnet works well to remove detent Remove the gasket seals from their ball). Be careful not to lose spring. grooves and discard. Remove the thrust plate from housing bore. b. Remove the snap ring and Discard pocket seals. retainer ring on the front of the spool. 10. Use a screwdriver or bent pry tool to tap the shaft seals out of c. Remove the four bolts holding their bores. Discard the seal. the valve cap and slide it off the spool. 11. Remove bearings from the shaft end cover and valve housing with a d. Remove the two socket head cap bearing puller. The high pressure screws holding the spool end cap ring seals can then be lifted out and bracket and slide it over the end inspected for wear. drive shafts/gears Replace if there is excessive wear in the ring seal areas or at the drive coupling. .002" wear is the maxi mum allowable. Any scoring on gear hubs detect able by touch, or wear in excess of .002" necessitates replacement. Scoring, grooving or burring of outside diameter of teeth requires replacement. Nicking, grooving or fretting of tooth surfaces also necessitates replacement. The gears in the C101 are a matched set. Therefore, both gears must be replaced with another matched set. sides. The off-center hole must be on the high pressure side (valve side) of housing. itself except the light polishing as indicated in disassembly step 6. combination relief valve/check valve Major wear points are the check poppet and internal poppet and seat. The relief valve can be disassembled and cleaned in solvent and blown dry. If parts are worn or the operation of the relief valve is suspect, replace the cartridge. bearings If the gears are replaced, replace the bearings. Worn bearings are indicated by rollers falling out of the cage, pitting or metal flaking from the roller tips or the inside race. Note: The rotation arrows cast in shaft end cover face must point toward the valve. 5. With the pocket seals facing down, place the thrust plate over the bearings in the shaft end cover. Tap thrust plate with a soft hammer to about 1/32" from the machined surface. Bearings should fit into the bore with a light press fit, however, a neat hand fit is allowable. If bear ings do not fit snugly, the bearing bores may be worn and the casting should be replaced. thrust plates The thrust plates seal the oil at the sides of the gears. Wear here will allow internal slippage, that is, oil will bypass within the pump and decrease efficiency..002" maxi mum wear is allowable. assembly Always Use Genuine Commercial Intertech Replacement Parts 1. Wash all parts in solvent and blow dry. 2. Clean shaft seal bores with fine emery cloth to remove any burrs or old sealant. Cut four pocket seals approximately 1/4" long from the pocket seal strip. Insert one pocket seal into each of the slots in the thrust plate. Push each pocket seal all the way in so that it touches the roller bearings. Tap the thrust plate down firmly against the machined surface with a soft hammer. Use a sharp razor blade to trim exposed end of the pocket seal square and flush with the thrust plate. Repeat the proce dure for the valve housing thrust plate. Replace thrust plates if they are scored, eroded or pitted. Apply PermatexTM aviation form-a gasket, #3 non-hardening sealant or equivalent to the O.D. of the seals. Press the seals into the bores with an arbor press. Check center of thrust plates where the gears mesh. Erosion here indicates oil contamination. Wipe off any excess sealant on the O.D. of seal. Pitted thrust plates indicate cavita tion or oil aeration. 6. Insert the end of the drive shaft into the steel sleeve (see Tool List). Lightly grease the drive shaft and sleeve. Insert the integral gear and drive shaft with sleeve into the shaft end cover with a twisting motion. Be careful not to damage the lip seal. Push down carefully until the gear rests against the thrust plate. Remove the steel sleeve. Insert the 3. If bearings were removed at disassembly, drop the high pres sure ring seals in each bearing bore with flat side down. Discolored thrust plates indicate overheating, probably insufficient oil or traveling with PTO engaged, a dangerous practice. Press bearings into their respective bores in shaft end cover and valve housing using a flat bar and arbor press. The bearings will bottom out in the casting and should protrude equally from the machined surface. seals and gaskets Replace all rubber and polymer seals whenever repairing pump. Include all "O" rings, pocket seals behind thrust plates, shaft seals and gasket seals. 7. Lightly coat the gasket seals with grease and install them in the gasket seal grooves in the gear housing. Slip the gear housing over the gears. 4. Place the shaft end cover in a vise with the bearings facing up. Cut two center pocket seals 7/32" long from the pocket seal strip with a razor blade and insert in the thrust plate. Use light grease to hold seals in place. Note: The protrusion on one side of the gear housing must be installed on the low pressure side. valve repairs Repairs to the valve assembly are limited to replacing worn spool seals and relief valve maintenance detailed on page 7. No repair should be attempted on the spool 8. Seat the valve housing assembly on the gear housing. Be sure not to pinch the gasket seals. A light tapping with a soft mallet may be required. Note: The trust plate is designed with distinct high and low pressure Valve spool extends over the high pressure side, and opposite the protrusion on the gear housing. | C101 relief valve maintenance seat area then can be cleaned by flushing with solvent and blowing with air. The load-holding check seats on a machined face in the valve housing. CHECK FLOATING 6 7 PLUNGER CARTRIDGE The relief valve cartridge must be removed to inspect or clean the check's seat area. POPPET SEAT 9. Install the four washers on the cap screws and thread into the shaft end cover. Tighten the cap screws cross-corners to 2400 in./lb. Check for free shaft movement by turning shafts with a wrench. CAP 101 -If cleaning or replacing seals fails to correct relief valve problems, the cartridge should be replaced. 3 SPAING 2 1 Figure 2 Relief Valve 10. Install the spool "O" ring into the groove in the valve at the end opposite from the detent housing. Apply a light coating of clean hydraulic oil to the spool. Insert the spool into the housing from the detent cap end. Be careful not to cut the "O" ring. Push the spool through the housing. item qty description 1 ..... 1 O-ring ................ 391-2881-247 2 ..... 1 O-ring ................ .391-2881-497 3..... 1 O-ring .................391-2881-249 4 ..... 1 Back-up Ring ......391-2681-324 ..... 1 O-ring ...............391-2881-461 ..... 1 O-ring ............. 391-2881-727 7 .... 1 Back-up Ring ......391-2681-416 8 ..... 1 Screen ............ 391-2781-011 C101 units produced after February 1, 1983 have a tubular wire screen which fits snuggly over the poppet end of the relief valve. The screen greatly reduces the possibility of contamination reaching the seat area. It is available as a service part (Part No. 391-2781-011) and can be retrofit on all C101 relief valves, (Part No. 355-9001-067). 11. Apply a light coating of oil to the second spool "O" ring and install it over the spool and into its groove behind the detent retainer. C101 relief valve adjustment 12. Attach the detent retainer with the four cap screws. It must be carefully aligned so it does not contact the spool. 13. Install the detent ball, spring, washer and retainer. Commercial's C101 pump/valve units have unique internal passages in the valve assembly that allow the relief valve to function as a main and a port relief and a load-hold check. All mechanical structures integrated with the hydraulic system are consequently protected from overload and excessive shock stresses. All relief valves in these units are factory pre-set at 2000 psi. The table below has been developed to aid in the readjustment of these relief valves if it becomes neces sary. 14. Install the retainer ring and snap ring on the front end of the spool. 15. Install the relief valve in the housing. Back off the adjustment screw to the lowest possible pressure setting. To readjust the relief valve, loosen the jam nut and turn the adjustment screw counter-clockwise the prescribed number of turns. 16. Slip spool end cap over the rear spool clevis. Align the pin eye in the spool with the slot in the spool end cap and install the spirol pin. Next install the bracket with two (2) socket head cap screws. Figure 2 shows the arrangement of internal parts and the location of the serviceable seals. If contamination lodges between the poppet and seat, the relief valve will leak internally and prevent the cylinder from being pressurized or allow the load to drift. Factory pressure setting 2000 psi. Tuming Adi. Results in a Screw CCW new pressure setting of: 1/4 turn 1800 psi 1/2 turn 1600 psi 3/4 turn 1400 psi 1 full turn 1200 psi 1-1/4 turn 1000 psi 17. Finish assembling the C101 by installing the 3-line sleeve and mounting bracket option that fits your individual requirements. The relief valve can be cleaned without altering its pressure setting by removing the 1-3/8" hex car tridge cap. The floating seat, spring and plunger can then be removed as a subassembly. The exposed Note: Due to normal manufacturing tolerances, the actual pressure settings obtained by readjustment may vary slightly from those shown in the table. parts list CAUTION; 1. Exploded view may not be pictorially correct and is not to scale. 2. Exploded view and attached bill of material will not be kept up-to-date. Refer to current engineering drawing for bill of materials. 3.All repairs should be made in accordance with Commercial's service instructions. 4.Use only genuine Commercial Intertech parts for repairs. JO Loc ఈ తంతు ముర అంతం Item Description Part No. Req. 1 VOWN Hex Nut 391-1451-076 4 Washer 391-3784-028 8 Bracket (optional) 314-0100-005 1 Snap Ring 391-2681-493 2 NNN Lip Seal 391-2883-096 2 7 Shaft End Cover 314-5039-2011 8 Ring Seal 391-2585-0094 9 Roller Bearing 391-0381-059 4 10 Thrust Plate 391-2185-016 2 11 Pocket Seals 391-2882-050 12 12 Gear Set 2" gears 314-2920-640 1 2-1/2" gears 314-2925-640 1 13 Shaft Key 391-1781-021 1 14 Gasket Seal 392-2884-021 2 15 Gear Housing 2" gear 314-8020-100 1 2-1/2" gear 314-8025-100 *16 Port End Cover *17 Valve Spool 18 "O" Ring 391-2881-103 2 19A Wiper Ring 391-2883-147 1 19 Retainer Ring 391-3782-126 1 20 Snap Ring 391-2688-003 1 21 Detent Cap 314-0100-003 1 22 Detent Ball 391-0282-009 1 23 Detent Spring 391-3581-383 1 24 Lock Washer 391-3788-002 1 25 Detent Retainer 391-2583-079 1 26 Relief Valve 355-9001-067 1 27 Washer 391-3784-029 4 28 Cap Screw 2" units 391-1401-111 4 2-1/2" units 391-1401-110 4 29 Cap Screw 391-1401-082 4 30 Sleeve 391-3283-052 1 31 Pipe Plug-1" NPT 391-2282-006 1 32 Spool End Cap 391-1881-073 1 33 Spiral Pin 391-2085-009 1 34 Bracket 391-0981-010 1 35 Skt Hd. Cap Screw 391-1402-063 2 36 Handle Ass'y. (opt) 355-9100-009 1 *Items 16 and 17 are not serviceable parts. C101 service kits neutral stop device (pre 1988) INET (1) (2) (2) (1) Disassembly: Remove snap rings (1) and washers (2) from both ends of the valve spool. Shaft seal service kits and repair kits are available for the C101 pump/valves. Parts included in these kits are shown below. Refer to exploded drawing on page 7 for location of parts. NIET B H + Seal Kit J300–11 391-1802-157 -+-+G Item Qty Descript. Part No. 6 2 Shaft Seal 391-2883-096 - 1 Seal Installing Sleeve 391-4022-002 Repair Kit 391-1802-221 Item Qty Descript. Part No. 20 2 Snap Ring 391-2688-003 19 2 Retainer Ring 391-3782-126 18 2 'O' Ring 391-2881-103 8 4 Shaft Ring Seals 391-2585-009 11 1 Pocket Seal Strip 391-2882-051 14 2 Gasket Seal 391-2884-021 10 2 Thrust Plate 391-2185-916 6 2 Shaft Seal 391-2883-096 - 1 Seal Installing Sleeve 391-4022-002 Snap Ring (6) Snap Tab/ Slot Area Ring (4) Torque to 5 ft. Ibs. (60 in. Ibs.) Assembly: • Slide the shortest bracket assembly (3) over the rear end of the valve spool and install snap ring (4) onto the spool. Slide the longer bracket (5) over the front of the spool and install snap ring (6) on the spool. Slide tab on bracket (3) through slot in bracket (5). • Bolt brackets together with carridge bolt (7), washer (8) and nut (9). Neutral Stop Components (pre-1988) (3) Cable Spring (P/N 391-3581-854) A spring, attached to the dump 11.00% 5.00 5.00 trouble shooting C Commercial Intertech trouble Pump Making Noises Pump Overheating improper operation of pump/valve unit possible causes remedies Insufficient oil supply Check reservoir oil level. Fill as required. Air leaks at inlet fittings Tighten as required. Remove and inspect. Remove blockage or Restricted or collapsed inlet hose replace hose as required. Plugged reservoir air vent Clean or replace breather. Oil too thick Change to lower viscosity. Air bubbles in the oil or air drawn in Be sure suction and return lines are well through inlet pipe opening submerged in the reservoir. Insufficient oil supply Check reservoir oil level. Fill as required. Roading with PTO engaged Disengage pump PTO when traveling. Internal leak due to wear Rebuild pump as required. Check oil cleanliness, replace if dirty. Oil too thick Change to lower viscosity. Leaking relief valve Check for wear or contaminant in seat. Worn drive shaft due to abrasive material Rebuild pump as required. Clean reservoir in the oil and replace oil. Worn shaft seal Replace seals Replace seal. Check torque on tie bolts Blown or pinched gasket seal (2400 in./lbs.) Worn or damaged spool seal Replace seal. Insufficient oil supply Check reservoir oil level. Fill as required. Remove and inspect. Replace or remove Blocked or collapsed suction line blockage as required. Wrong drive shaft rotation Check rotation against indicator at front of pump. Pump Leaks Externally Pump Won't Deliver Fluid Eliminate leak. Air leak in suction line preventing priming Pump worn due to abrasive material in the oil Pump not delivering fluid Rebuild pump as required. Clean reservoir and replace oil. Follow remedies in the failure to deliver section. Check pressure, increase if required. Check seat for foreign material or damage. Replace if required. No Pressure in the System Relief valve set too low Relief valve leaking Check linkage and adjust. Failure to Hold a Load Valve spool not in the neutral-hold position Foreign material lodged in the holding check or in the relief valve seat Remove relief valve and clean it out. C101 Service Instructions HS20 10MSR 5/92 Printed in USA © Commercial Intertech Global Headquarters are located at 1775 Logan Avenue, Youngstown, Ohio 44501-0239.U.S.A. ... we're putting technology to work worldwide District sales offices: Subsidiary companies: LIVERPOOL L9 7BW, ENGLAND Commercial Hydraulics Liverpool Ltd. 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