The Landoll Model 2130 Wing Coulter Chisel is a quality product designed to give years of trouble free performance. By following each section of this manual, your system will perform as designed for you and your operation.
- SECTION 1 gives basic instructions on the use of this manual.
- SECTION 2 gives product specifications. These specifications supply lengths and measures for your equipment. A Standard Bolt Torque Table is provided to give guidelines for bolt torques to be used when servicing this product.
- SECTION 4 instructs how to operate your equipment before using it, and describes adjustments needed. It also gives practical advice for the care and maintenance of your Landoll equipment. Drawings in this section locate adjustment points on the equipment.
LANDOLL CORPORATION GENERAL TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS (REV. 4/97)
This chart provides tightening torques for general purpose applications when special torques are not specified on process or drawing. assembly torques apply to plated nuts and capscrews assembled without supplemental lubrication (as received condition). they do not apply if special graphite moly-disulfide or other extreme pressure lubricants are used. when fasteners are dry (solvent cleaned), add 33% to as received condition torque. bolt head identification marks indicate grade and may vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. thick nuts must be used on grade 8 capscrews. use value in [ ] if using prevailing torque nuts.
LANDOLL CORPORATION HYDRAULIC FITTING TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS 37o JIC, ORS, & ORB (REV. 10/97)
this chart provides tightening torques for hydraulic fitting applications when special torques are not specified on process or drawing. assembly torques apply to plated carbon steel and stainless steel fittings assembled without supplemental lubrication (as received condition). they do not apply if special graphite moly-disulfide or other extreme pressure lubricants are used. brass fittings and adapters
Landoll 2130 LEVELING (FRONT-TO-REAR)
The leveling feature on the 2130 Wing Coulter Chisel is used to keep the machine level when raising the unit from a working position to a transport position. The leveling feature is also used to level the unit from front-to-rear to perform a level operation in the field. The unit should be level from front to rear. This will reduce horsepower requirements, allow a more uniform tillage operation, and reduce unnecessary point wear. To adjust the leveling feature, loosen jam nuts at each end of the radius rod using the adjustment wrenches (See Figure 4-6). To raise the front of the Wing Coulter Chisel, lengthen the radius rod assembly. To lower the front of the Wing Coulter Chisel, shorten the radius rod assembly. After adjusting, retighten jam nuts at each end. Adjustments should be made in small increments.
Landoll 2130 FIELD OPERATION
Raise the unit to take the weight off of the transport locks. Remove the transport locks from the lift cylinders (on the main frame only). Store the transport locks on the retainers above the main lift (See Figure 4-3). Remove the wing lock pins and store in the extra hole in the hinge bracket. Unfold the wings and extend the fold cylinders completely (See Figure 4-5).
Landoll 2130 HYDRAULIC COULTER GANG LIFT SYSTEM
The rephasing coulter gang lift system must be purged of air before beginning field operation. To insure that all air is purged from the system, the gang cylinders are mounted in a vertical position with the base end of each cylinder mounted on the gang bar. Make sure the tractor's hydraulic reservoir is full of the manufacturer's recommended oil. Extend the lift cylinder and raise the machine. Fully extend the coulter gang cylinders and hold the tractor lever to allow oil to bypass and fill each coulter gang cylinder.