Seed Corn Power Husker

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DEVELOPMENT COMPANY FOOD PROCESSING EQUIPMENT Tel: 541-686-0012

MANUFACTURE & DESIGN

410 Chambers Street Eugene, Oregon USA 97402

Fax: 541-485-2892 Email: akdco@akdco.net

A&K Development Company, Inc. warrants A&K equipment and parts to be free from defects in material and workmanship on the date of purchase, for a period of one (1) processing season and the start-up of the second (2nd) processing season, and that the equipment provided by A&K shall conform to the specification and drawings. A&K will repair or replace any part of the equipment proved defective. This limited warranty applies only when equipment is properly installed, operated and maintained in accordance with A&K written recommendations. This warranty does not cover, and A&K shall not be liable for, any malfunction, damage or normal wear caused by faulty installation, misapplication, abrasion, corrosion, inadequate or improper maintenance, negligence, accident, tampering, improper adjustment, lack of lubrication or substitution of non A&K component parts nor shall A&K be liable for malfunction, damage or normal wear caused by the incompatibility with A&K equipment of structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by A&K, or the improper design, manufacture, installation, operation or maintenance of structures, accessories, equipment or materials not supplied by A&K. A&K at its sole discretion determines whether the equipment is defective by reason of material or workmanship. The A&K limited warranty described in this paragraph is in lieu of any other A&K warranty. A&K makes no other warranties, express or implied, including but not limited to any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY for any breach of the A&K limited warranty shall be the repair or replacement for buyer, at A&K’s option and expense, of any equipment component or part manufactured by A&K, which proves to be in breach of the A&K limited warranty. Any repaired or replaced equipment component or part shall be provided F.O.B. factory.

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SHALL UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES BE LIABLE TO ANY PERSON FOR INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR OTHER INDIRECT DAMAGES OF ANY KIND. This limited warranty and limitation of remedies gives you specified legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.


A&K DEVELOPMENT POLICY 1. To constantly improve its products whenever it is practical to do so. 2. Reserves the right to redesign or change its equipment or component parts, without incurring any obligation to install or furnish such changes on equipment previously delivered. 3. Unauthorized changes or additions to equipment manufactured by A&K Development relieves the company of any further responsibility for warranty of operation and breakage replacement. 4. The information contained in this manual is representative of a typical system. Performance of the equipment is dependent on many factors not within the scope of the manual and should be considered in relation to the entire processing line. 5. This manual is intended only as an operation and maintenance guide for a typical system and is subject to change through revisions and additions without notification. 6. Authorization must be secured before any equipment or parts are returned for credit or replacement. When equipment or parts are returned, the freight must be prepaid or other arrangements made by A&K Development.


DESCRIPTION The A&K Development “Power Husker” is a high-capacity corn husking system that is completely automatic. The Eight (8) Lane Series II for Seed Corn high capacity system typically handles 100-300 bushels per hour, raw product input. The Twelve (12) Lane Series II for Seed Corn high capacity system typically handles 150-450 bushels per hour, raw product input. The Sixteen (16) Lane Series II for Seed Corn high capacity system typically handles 200-600 bushels per hour, raw product input. Though it is an extremely powerful system, the “Power Husker” ensures gentle handling of corn and considerably reduces the damage to kernels, compared to other systems. Because the husking system is completely automatic and virtually clog-free, it requires little attendance during normal operation. The husking system consists of three components: Metering Conveyor – Non-restricted product flow design combined with a variable speed belt, evenly metering the flow to the shaker feeder. Shaker Feeder – Feeds the corn smoothly through a specially designed snout that channels ears of corn into the husker roll bed. Husker Base – Electric motors power the husking roll bed through a series of enclosed gear drives. Oscillators help align the product and prevent clogs and jams. Husking bed roll shafts are five segments long and arranged into lanes. The “Power Husker” runs noticeably quieter and requires minimal maintenance during the regular season. Post season routine adjustment, lubrication and parts replacements are normally the only scheduled maintenance actions necessary. Outstanding points of the A&K Development “Power Husker”              

Fully Automatic, clog free, jam free operation Requires little attendance during operation Self-aligning bearings for long bearing life Variable speed feeder for even feeding of product Up to triple the output of existing floor space Special patented cradles for gentle handling and reduced product damage at infeed end Easily accessible tension adjustments Low maintenance drive system Stainless steel or non-corrosive contact points Continuously welded, heavy-duty frames Mechanically simple, sanitary design Complete stock on all parts A&K “Accu-Roll” husking rolls A&K special urethane spiral cutting rolls


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SAFETY SAFETY SECTION FOR POWER HUSKER AND PRE-CLEANER A.

Keep all shields, guards and rodded lids in place. WARNING: Never attempt to make any adjustments while the machine is running.

B.

Stop all motors before leaving operators position to make adjustments, lubricate, clean or unclog the equipment , unless otherwise specifically recommended in the manual

C.

Wait for all movement to stop before servicing machine

D.

Keep hands, feet and clothing away from power driven parts and rolls

E.

Keep off equipment unless a platform or deck for operation and observation is provided.

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Use appropriate signs or warning devices when operating.

G. Make certain everyone is clear of equipment before starting motors or operation. H.

KEEP ALL GUARDS IN PLACE AT ALL TIMES OF OPERATION! Safety guards and shields are provided for your protection to avoid personal injury. Keep belt guard securely fastened.




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MAINTENANCE – SERIES I ROLL ASSEMBLY NOTE: Use Never-Seez on all threaded parts. 1.

Install threaded clamping collar (#024 or #025) on discharge end of shaft (#014, #015 & #016) 2-9/16” from end of shaft. Tighten collar set screw.

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Install R.H. or L.H. spiral rolls (L45-U90-M5Z2 & R45-U90-M5Z2) on long and medium inner shafts (#014 & #015).

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Install R.H. or L.H. A&K husking roll segments. Generously coat each shaft with grease and/or Never-Seez prior to installing roll segments. Also coat inside of sleeve of roll segment with same.

4.

Install threaded clamping collar (#024 or #025), tighten very firmly against roll segments, then tighten collar set screw.

5.

Install second threaded clamping collar (#024 or #025); leave loose.

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Install woodruff key (#032 or #032A) and gear (#026 or #027).

7.

Install thrust washer (#050) on discharge end. Apply a thin coat of grease to both sides of washer during installation.

8.

Install bearing (#053 or (#054) discharge; (#041) intake using right or left hand as needed.

9.

Install roll shaft in machine; secure bearing mount onto bearing support pin (#005A) on both ends with bolt (#036), complete with washers (#034A) (#006) & (#036 medium strength Loctite is recommended).

10. On infeed end, move gear (#026) up next to bearing housing. Adjust threaded clamping collar (#024 or (#025) allowing end tolerance of approximately 1/32” between collar and gear. Tighten clamping collar (#024 or #025). ALIGNMENT OF BEARING 1.

With roll shafts in place and all mounting bolts snug, but not tight, run machine. Be sure guards are in place.

2.

Shut off machine.

3.

Tighten all mounting bolts (#30) (#033) and (#036) very firmly. #033 and #036 Torque 55 to 60 ft. lbs.


MAINTENANCE SHAFT ASSEMBLY – SERIES II SHAFTS Part Numbers: 014BS – Long – 015BS – Medium – 016BS – Short with 2-1/8” Spur Gear and Bullet Locks Note: Use Never-Seez on all threaded parts 1.

Install grease zerk on discharge end of shaft in threaded hole provided – 1/8” NPT straight – tighten zerk.

2.

Install threaded clamping collar #024 or #025 on discharge end of shaft. Thread collar in toward infeed end so that it is approx. 2-9/16 from end of shaft – tighten collar set screw.

3.

Install rolls on shaft.

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Install threaded clamping collar #024 or #025. Tighten collar firmly against rolls – tighten collar set screw – infeed end.

5.

Install woodruff key #032 or #032A (hardened) in infeed end of shaft in slot provided.

6.

Slide spur gear – #027 over infeed end of shaft and over woodruff key.

7.

Install bullet lock – #083 – long shaft or #084A – medium & short shaft, in threaded hole provided in infeed end.

8.

Tighten bullet lock so that spur gear does not move during shaft installation. Make sure thrust washer P/N 050 is installed on discharge end of shaft before loading in husker.

SETTING SPUR GEAR SERIES II SHAFT 1.

With all shafts loaded in machine make sure all thrust washers on discharge end are against wear collars on discharge housings.

2.

Tighten hold down washers and housing bolts.

3.

Snug top bolt on infeed bolt on pin holders – 3/4-16 x 2-1/2.

4.

Loosen bullet lock you will be able to move spur gear back & forth move spur gear to allow end tolerance of approx. 1/32” between spur gear and infeed housing – retighten bullet lock.

PLEASE NOTE: On machine where the gear boxes are still mounted preset all long or drive shafts spur gears approx. 3/16 to 1/4” from clamping collar. If gear boxes are removed refer to step #4.


ALIGNMENT OF BEARING 1.

With roll shafts in place and all mounting bolts snug, but not tight, run machine. Be sure guards are in place.

2.

Shut off machine.

3.

Tighten all mounting bolts #030, #033 and #036 very firmly. #033 & #036 Torque 55 to 60 ft. lbs.


REGULAR MAINTENANCE AND LUBRICATION SCHEDULE 1.

Lubricate all zerk grease fittings at least once every 4 hours of operation. Use LE 4025 (#048) food machinery lubricant or equal.

2.

Visually inspect bearing attachment bolt (#033) and hold down pin bolt (#036) to ensure they are tight once a day of operation.

3.

In each four roll bank, adjust the outside husking rolls so they are tight against the inside rolls as required. There should be no gap between rolls. Careful attention to this detail will result in more efficient operation. NOTE: For ease of replacement during the season, A&K recommends that a set of shafts complete with rolls be kept on hand.

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AJAX SHAKER A. Do not add more oil to a new unit. It is shipped from A&K with the correct amount for 500 hours of operation. B. At the end of the first 500 hours of operation, drain out all the old oil and replace with the correct amount of new oil as noted on the nameplate. Change oil every 1500 hours thereafter. C. Shaker should be regularly inspected for oil leakage through the shaft seal or gaskets. Should a leak appear, resolve the problem immediately. D. Lubricating a shaker is similar to lubricating an automobile transmission; too much oil can cause leakage or over-heating and too little oil will cause wear. Use motor oil grade SAE 30. E. Do not overfill shaker with oil. Pipe plugs are not oil level guides. #10 Ajax – Use twelve (12) ounces or 350 ml. #12 Ajax – Use sixteen (16) ounces or 500 ml. #12 Heavy Ajax – Use sixteen (16) ounces or 500 ml.


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RENOLD

AJAX MODEL D VIBRATING SHAKERS SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS SHAKER LUBRICATION INSTRUCTIONS 1. DO NOT add oil to a new shaker. Units are shipped factory filled. Fill/drain plugs are NOT oil level plugs.

SHAKER MOUNTING INSTRUCTIONS 1. Shakers are to be mounted on a flat, rigid surface. Mounting must be constructed to avoid flexing during operation.

2. Remove, clean and reinsert Magnetic plugs (Part #20 after initial 50 and 500 hours of operation. Repeat at 4,000 hour intervals thereafter.

2. Renold recommends use of Grade 2 bolts with hex nuts and split lock-washers, or self- locking nuts. a. Use new mounting bolts and nuts whenever the shaker is removed. b. Re-torque bolts after initial 24 and 48 hours operation. c. Improper torque can cause loosening or breakage of bolts, resulting in damage to the shaker or its mount.

3. Change oil every 4,000 hours of operation. 4. Check shaker nameplate and table for oil quantity/viscosity specification. DO NOTOVER-FILL.

Shaker Size 5 6 8 10

OIL SPECIFICATIONS Quantity Ambient Oil Oz. ml Temp. Vls. 6 180 -30°/0° F SAE10 8 240 0°/50° F SAE20 10 300 50°/110° F SAE30 10 300

Shaker Size 5,6,8 10

RECOMMENDED MOUNTING BOLTS & TORQUE HHCS Grade *Torque Size In./Lbs. 1/2”-13 2 480 5/8”-11 2 960

*For self-locking nuts, torque per manufacturer’s recommendation.

3. DO NOT hammer sheave onto drive shaft, as this may damage bearings and/or gears. The use of steel taper lock bushings is recommended. 4. Limit maximum operating speed to that given in the technical literature. Excessive speeds will shorten operating life and possibly damage equipment. 5. NOTE: Safe operation within applicable codes is the responsibility of the USER. Provide guards for rotating transmission components (V-belt, sheaves, etc.) accordingly.


FIELD DIS-ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE 1. Drain all oil. Remove V-ring shaft seal. (Part #12) on drive pinion. Remove both end caps (Parts #3 & #4). 2. Remove bearing lock nuts and washers (Parts #8 & #19) from both shafts. 3. Remove cover bolts. Cover assemblies now can be easily removed by using a soft mallet to tap them loose from the housing (Part #1). 4. Press shafts (Parts #6 & #7), weights (Part #5) and inner bearings (Part #10) from the covers (Part #2). 5. Press outer bearings (Part #11) from covers (Part #2). Use care not to damage bearing seat. 6. Press shafts (Parts #6 & #7) from the weights (Part #5) and inner bearing assembly (Part #10). 7. Press inner bearing (Part #10) off weight hub (Part #5). 8. Clean all parts and replace parts that show signs of wear. All surfaces in contact with the liquid gasket are to be cleaned with a chlorinated solvent. 9. Remove both magnetic oil plugs (Part #20) and clean magnet. 10. If possible, degrease the cover, housing and end caps before re-assembly.

FIELD ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE 1.

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Apply lubricant/sealant (Plus 41) to the outer bearing bore surface (ID of exterior hub on cover). Press outer bearing (Part #11) into cover (Part #2). Press inner bearing (Part #10) onto weight hub (Part #5). Press stub shaft and drive shaft (Parts #6 & #7) and keys (Part #9) into weights (Part #5). Use lubricant as required. While supporting outer bearing’s inner race, press the assemblies from paragraph 3 into covers. Spin cover to ensure free rotation. Lay the housing (Part #1) on its side. The gasket surface (pilot land) must be clean and smooth. Apply a continuous bead of liquid gasket per the instructions in gasket kit. Mount the stub shaft cover assembly into the housing locating the oil plug hole in a 3* or 4 o’clock position. Insert and tighten cover bolts (Part #16). Install bearing lock-washer and nut (Parts #19 & #8). Bend one tang of lock-washer into nut recess. Turn shaker over. Pilot land is to be clean and smooth. Apply continuous bead of liquid gasket to land as in paragraph 5. * Typical location 12 and 6 o’clock positions optional for vertical force applications (Packers)


9. Stand shaker on its feet. Mount the drive Shaft cover assembly, locating the oil plug hole in a 3 or 4 o’clock position. Be sure gears are meshed. This assures the correct “timing” of the two weights. (See Fig. A) install at least two cover bolts.

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BOTH WEIGHTS MUST HANG DOWN 10. Check shaker for proper timing by noting The position of the keyways in both the drive and stub shafts. Keyways must be at 12 noon position (See Fig. B)

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ALL KEYSEATS MUST BE STRAIGHT UP ON TOP OF THE SHAFT.

If one or both keyways are off the vertical by 10” or 12”, it indicates the gears are out of time by one or more teeth. If so, remove cover and remesh the gears in the correct position. Be sure adequate liquid gasket sealant is on the housing. Check complete assembly to make Sure weights revolve freely. Tighten all cover bolts, using a torque wrench. Install bearing lock-washer and nut Parts #19 & #8) Apply a continuous bead of liquid Gasket sealant to both end caps. (Parts #3 & $4). Be sure surfaces are clean. Tighten cap screws to the recommended torques. Wipe off any excess sealant. Clean both oil plugs (Part #20). Install one in stub side cover. With shaker tipped on stub cover, pour correct amount of oil into unit. Install second plug. Install V-ring seal (Part #12) to The drive shaft. Replace drive sheave. DO NOT over tension belts, especially if Shaker vibrates relative to motor.

NOTE: 1. It is recommended that parts such as shafts and bearings be replaced in sets or pairs. 2. Renold offers an economical Shaker exchange program. See details on back page.


Renold Provides Three Programs for Maintenance of Your Ajax Shaker: 1. Purchase of individual parts 2. Purchase of repair kit with recommended parts. 3. Shaker Exchange Program – When ordering under any program, the shaker size, model, and serial numbers are required.

PARTS LIST Part No. 1 2 3 4 5 *6 *7 *8 9

Name Housing Cover End Cap. Stub End Cap. Drive Balance Weight Stub Shaft Drive Shaft Locknut Weight Key

No. Req’d 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 2 2

Part No. *10 *11 *12 15 16 17 18S *19 20

Name Inner Bearing Outer Bearing V-ring Oil Seal Drive Shaft Key Cover Bolts End Cap Bolts Snap Ring Lockwasher Magnetic Plug

PROGRAM I - Select Parts as Required from Parts List 1. Stub and drive shafts (Parts #6 & #7) should be replaced in pairs. 2. Liquid form-in-place gasket material available. 3. Lubricant /sealant available. PROGRAM II - Repair Kits *1. Materials in parts list with asterisk are furnished in repair kits. 2. Liquid gasket material and lubricant/sealant furnished with repair kit. PROGRAM III – Shaker Exchange Policy 1. Your shaker may be returned, freight PREPAID, to Renold Inc., Bourne Street Westfield, New York 14787, Attention: Shaker Exchange. Renold will ship you a reconditioned shaker and invoice at the exchange price. OR 2. If you do not have a spare unit. Renold will ship a reconditioned shaker and invoice you for a new shaker. Credit will be issued for the difference between exchange price and new when your shaker is received at Renold.

RENOLD INC. P.O. Box A, Westfield, NY 14787-0546 Phone 1-800-879-2529 + 716-326-3121 Fax 716-326-6121

No. Req’d 2 2 1 1 By Size 4 2 2 2




HUB CITY BEVEL GEAR DRIVES

Maintenance Instructions 16

General Note — These instructions contain information common to more than one model of Bevel Gear Drive. To simplify reading, similar models have been grouped as follows: GROUP 1 — Models 11, 150, 165, 175, 66 (illustrated), 65, 88, 600, 800, 810, 850, 1000, 1010 and 1200. GROUP 2 — Models 790, 920 (illustrated), 950, 1050 and 1250. GROUP 3 — Models M2 and M3. GROUP 4 — Models AD1, AD2, AD3, AD4 & AD5. NOTE: For PINION SHAFT disassembly instructions for Models 1010 and 1200, follow the Group 2 instructions. For PINION SHAFT disassembly instructions for the Model 790, follow the Group 1 instructions.

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FIGURE 4 – Group 1 Drives Oil leaking from pinion housing, caps, cap screws or pipe plugs— might be corrected by retightening or removal and recoating with pipe sealant before tightening. If this does not correct the leaking condition, disassembly will be necessary to replace O-rings. High internal operating temperature (above 200° F.)—could indicate that unit was being overloaded and should be replaced entirely with a larger capacity unit. Damaged bearings or inadequate oil level can also cause heat build-up. Oil leaking from seals—indicates that shaft and/or seals are worn and need replacing. Keep dirt and foreign particles off shafts in the area of the seals to minimize wear. Note: On initial run of new unit or after a new replacement of seals, some lubricant leakage is normal for the first few hours of running time until seals seat against the shafts. If condition persists, seal replacement will be necessary. Excessive end play of shafts—if there is a noticeable (.005” or more measurable) shaft movement when couplings are removed and shaft is moved back and forth, it is an indication of bearing wear. Removing shims between caps and gear case can usually correct the condition and avoid bearing replacement. Excessive backlash—might indicate worn gears which often may be readjusted, instead of replacing.

IMPORTANT In the initial factory assembly, Loctite® was used on the threads of all cap screws. If any screws are removed, a new application of Loctite® is necessary or lock washers must be installed. Note—Screw threads and threaded hole must be degreased before the application of Loctite®.

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Maintenance Instructions WARNING For safe operation and to continue the unit warranty, when installing, reinstalling, or replacing a factory installed fastener for servicing purposes, or to accommodate the mounting guards, shields or other light load imposing devices, or for mounting the unit, it becomes the responsibility of the customer or user to properly determine the quality, grade of fastener, thread engagement, load carrying capacity, tightening torque, and the means of torque retention.

DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE CAUTION The exterior threaded holes on this drive are for mounting the drive or drive accessories (couplings, sprockets, etc.). They are not to be used for lifting the drive or any driver/driven equipment.

WARNING Make certain that the power supply is disconnected before attempting to service or install the unit, or remove any components. lock out the power supply, and tag it to prevent unexpected application of power.

WARNING Wear protective clothing and eye shields when installing or maintaining unit and machine. Group 1, 2 and 3 Drives (Refer to Figures 3 and 4 unless otherwise noted.) 1. Disconnect Bevel Gear Drive from drive motor, couplings or driven shafts to guard against personal injury. Remove all sprockets, or sheaves from Bevel Gear Drive shafts with a puller tool to prevent accidental damaged to shafts. Remove all keys from keyways. 2. Remove Pipe Plug (1) from bottom of Gear Case (2) and drain all lubricant from unit, preferably while unit is warm.

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Group 2 Drives—Secure Pinion Shaft (10, Figure 3) with a vise, on shaft extension and remove cap screws from Seal Carrier (11), and remove it and gasket from Pinion Housing (3). Loosen Lock Nut (12) and remove from pinion shaft. Remove remaining pinion assembly from the vise and place inner flange surface of the Pinion Housing (3) on the anvil of a press. Push shaft through pinion housing, thereby releasing Outer Bearing Cone (13). Whenever gear set is changed, it is recommended that the Inner Bearing Cone (14) be replaced. If bearings are to be replaced, remove Bearing Cups (15) from Pinion Housing (3) with a puller tool or if one is not available, gently tap opposite back sides of the bearing cups with a flat punch so that they are removed evenly and no damage occurs to pinion housing. Group 3 Drives (not illustrated)—Disassembly of the pinion shaft assembly is essentially the same as Group 1 Drives above except a snap ring must be removed instead of a lock nut so that bevel gear can be removed. M2 and M3 Drives have ball bearings instead of tapered bearings and they may be removed easily from pinion housing after shaft has been pressed out. It is necessary to replace pinion housing seal due to probable damage during disassembly procedure.

CROSS SHAFT DISASSEMBLY Group 1 Drives—Cross Shaft Assembly (7, Figure 4) is disassembled by placing Shaft (18) in a press with sleeve between anvil and gear. Figure 5 shows the use of a sleeve to support gear at hub. On certain types of bevel gears it is recommended that this tool be used to protect gear teeth. This tool may be obtained from Hub City or machined for the purpose in your shop. Push shaft through Bearing Cone (19) and Bevel Gear (20). Invert shaft and rest Bearing Cone (21) on sleeve and anvil or, on some models, on Spacer (22) and push shaft through bearing cone. If bearings are to be replaced, remove Bearing Cups (23) from Open Caps (6 and 9) with a puller tool or, if one is not available, gently tap opposite back sides of the bearing cups with a flat punch so that they are removed evenly and no damage occurs to caps.

Oil, housing, and other components can reach high temperatures during operation, and can cause severe burns. Use extreme care when removing lubrication plugs and vents while servicing the unit. 3. If old seals are to be salvaged, cover keyways with cellophane tape, plastic shim stock or paper. Remove cap screws from Pinion Housing (3) and CAREFULLY remove Pinion Shaft Assembly (4). Be careful to keep bearings clean and not to damage Gear (5) teeth. 4. Remove cap screws from Open Cap (6) which is opposite the gear side of Cross Shaft Assembly (7, Figure 4) and Output Sleeve Assembly (8, Figure 3) and remove, being careful to keep bearings clean and preventing damage to gear teeth. Slip open cap with seal off cross shaft or output sleeve. 5. Remove cap screws from Open Cap (9) on the gear side of Gear Case (2) and remove cap and shims. This completes disassembly of sub-assemblies.

PINION SHAFT DISASSEMBLY Group 1 Drives—Secure Pinion Shaft (10, Figure 4) with a vise, and remove Lock Nut (12) and washer from shaft. Place pinion assembly in a press with threaded end of shaft up and back side of Bevel Gear (5) supported. Remove gear by pressing out. Support outer flange surface of Pinion Housing (3) on press anvil and push threaded end of pinion shaft through housing, thereby removing Inner Bearing Cone (14), Outer Bearing Cone (13) Spacer Washer (15), Seal (16) and Shaft (10) from pinion housing. Note—disassembly of the pinion shaft from the housing will cause damage to the seal and seal must be replaced. If bearings are to be replaced, see Group 2 instructions below.

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FIGURE 5 – Pressing Shaft out of Bearing and Gear

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Maintenance Instructions NOTE: All cross shafts in Group 1 Drives are shouldered. Bearing Cones and Gears must ALWAYS be removed by moving them away from the shoulder. Group 3 Drives (not illustrated)—Disassembly procedure for Models M2 and M3 cross shafts is similar to Group 1 above except that a spacer is located between the bevel gear and the bearing. The spacer is removed with the gear. These models have ball bearings which are easily removed from caps.

OUTPUT SLEEVE DISASSEMBLY Group 2 Drives—Bearing (24, Figure 3) is removed from Output Sleeve (25) on the side opposite the gear (G.O. side) by placing inner bearing race on the press anvil and pushing sleeve out of bearing. If Bearing (26) on the gear side needs to be replaced, it can be removed by tearing apart bearing and removing inner bearing race with a gear puller. If gear side Bearing (26) is to be salvaged and reused (because of a replacement of ring gear or output sleeve), it must be gently tapped off sleeve with a flat punch after drilling several opposing holes (max. 3/16” dia.) in flange of output sleeve as shown in Figure 6. When enough clearance is obtained between bearing and output sleeve, insert a bearing puller and complete bearing removal. It is good practice to remove the gear side bearing from the output sleeve if Ring Gear (27) has to be replaced because the bearing could easily be contaminated with metal fragments when ring gear rivets are removed.

ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE 1. All parts including the gear case, should be cleaned thoroughly with an approved, non-flammable, non-toxic solvent. Any accumulation of sludge deposits or corrosions should be removed. Whenever pinion housing and caps are removed, it is recommended that seals and gaskets be replaced. These and other miscellaneous items are included in each Drive Repair Kit. (See Parts Lists). Before reassembly, examine pinion and cross shafts or output sleeve for grooving in the shaft seal areas. If the shafts are to be reused, polish out any imperfections with a fine grade of Emery Cloth. The polishing motion should be circumferential, not axial or spiral in direction. 2. Replace Bearings Cups (15 and 28, Figure 3) and (23 and 29, Figure 4) in pinion housing and open caps being careful to remove any foreign particles in the counterbore. Bearing cup must seat squarely in counterbore (Groups 1 and 2 only). If cup must be tapped into place, use a rubber hammer or piece of wood to protect cup surfaces. Do not insert seals at this time. 3. When reassembling Pinion Shaft Assembly (4, Figures 3 and 4), Cross Shaft Assembly (7, Figure 4) and Output Sleeve Assembly (8, Figure 3), refer to Figures 3 and 4 so that all parts are included in their proper position. Be sure that parts are pressed tightly against one another and that no foreign material is included between them.

HOLES 3/16" DIA. MAX.

FIGURE 7 – Reassembly of Gear and Bearing Cone

FIGURE 6 – Gear Side Bearing Removal Ring Gear Removal—Rivets must be removed by either drilling through rivet heads on one side and tapping them out or machine off rivet heads in a lathe and then tap them out. Important — extreme care should be taken to prevent damage to output sleeve. NOTE: On model 790 the Ring Gear is keyed to the output sleeve.

INSPECTION Examine all seals for wear or damage and press out of open caps, pinion housings and seal carrier if replacement is necessary. Inspect all other part for damage or wear before proceeding to reassembly.

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FIGURE 8 – Pinion Assembly Adjustment

Figure 7 shows the recommended method of pressing the Bearing Cone (1) onto Shaft (2). An Inserting Tool (3) is shown pressing evenly on the bearing inner race. This tool may be obtained from Hub City or machined for the purpose in your shop. A substitute inserting tool may also be made from tubing which would have an I.D. sufficient to accept the shaft and an O.D. no larger than the inner bearing race.

CAUTION Contact on the cage of the bearing or using the bearing cup to press the bearing on will damage bearing. If it is impossible to install the bearings as recommended above, the alternate method would be to heat the bearing (to increase the I.D. temporarily) and gently tap opposite sides of the bearing inner race with a flat punch without damaging bearing.

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Maintenance Instructions Group 1 Drives—Assembly of Cross Shaft Assembly (7, Figure 4) is essentially the reverse of the disassembly procedures except that when installing Bevel Gear (20) on shaft, first insert woodruff key. Gear is then heated in hot oil and then installed on shaft where it will cool and shrink fit. The Pinion Shaft Assembly (4, Figure 4) is assembled as follows: Insert Spacer (15) on Pinion Shaft (10). Press Outer Bearing Cone (13) on shaft using inserting tool. Place threaded end of shaft into Pinion Housing (3) and press Inner Bearing (14) over shaft and into pinion housing with inserting tool. Install woodruff key and press Pinion Gear (5) on shaft. Assemble Pinion Washer (30) and Lock Nut (12) on shaft. Secure assembly in a vise as shown in Figure 8 and tighten lock nut enough to draw down gear and washer until the bearings bind. Nut is then backed off slightly (approx. 1/4 turn). Release pinion shaft from the vise and rap nut and shaft end sharply with a rubber mallet while supporting pinion housing on vise (see Figure 9). This will free up the bearings so that they will rotate freely with no noticeable end play. Do not install seals at this time. See FINAL ASSEMBLY AND BACKLASH ADJUSTMENT section to complete assembly.

grooves in caps and pinion housings. Apply grease liberally on surface of all O-rings before assembly into housings.Install Open Cap (9, Figures 3 and 4) on the gear side of Case (2, Figures 3 and 4) with 3 shims. Fasten caps and shims to gear case by torquing down cap screws securely. Insert Output Sleeve Assembly (8, Figure 3) or Cross Shaft Assembly (7, Figure 4) carefully through opening in case and into open caps. Install 3 shims and Open Cap (6, Figures 3 and 4) on the case side which is opposite the gear with cap screws and torque down all screws evenly. Bearings are then adjusted by removing or adding gaskets until the bearings bind and then add one gasket at a time until shaft or sleeve rotates freely, with no end play. Note—Position of gear will be closer to center if the number of shims on each end cap does not vary by more than one. Insert Pinion Shaft Assembly (4, Figures 3 and 4) carefully into Case (2) using 3 shims and cap screws. Gear backlash is adjusted by moving shims from the cross shaft or output sleeve open cap on the gear side to the side opposite the gear until gears rotate freely, with no noticeable backlash. At this point, move 2 shims back to the gear side end cap and the gears will then be properly adjusted. Note—if there are not enough shims left in open cap opposite gears to move 2 shims back—further gear adjustment must be made by removing 2 shims from between the pinion housing and case and repeat the entire procedure listed in this and two preceding paragraphs. When bearings and gear backlash have been properly adjusted, remove cap screws a final time, clean threads on screws and in holes with degreaser. Coat threads with Loctite®. If Loctite® or equivalent is not available, use lock washers (not supplied) behind screw heads. Torque down all screws evenly.

OIL SEAL INSTALLATION

FIGURE 9 – Pinion Assembly Adjustment

FIGURE 10 – Oil Seal Installation

Group 2 Drives—The Output Sleeve Assembly (8, Figure 3) is assembled as follows: Ring Gear (27) must be riveted squarely and firmly to output sleeve. Position ring gear on flange of output sleeve and temporarily fasten with four cap screws and nuts. Position screws 90° apart and tighten in a crisscross sequence until gear is drawn down evenly. Rivet the holes between the cap screws in a crisscross sequence. Remove cap screws and rivet remaining holes. Riveting force must be sufficient to expand the rivet tightly in the holes and form a good rivet head. NOTE: Model 790 ring gear is keyed to output sleeve. Place insertion tool and Bearing (24) on press anvil and press output sleeve into bearing. Reverse sleeve assembly and install Bearing (26). Assembly of Pinion Shaft Assembly (4, Figure 3) is essentially the reverse of the disassembly procedure. Use 1 gasket between Seal Carrier (11) and Pinion Housing (3). Bearing adjustment is similar to Group 1 Drives and Figures 8 and 9 should be referred to. Do not install seals at this time. See FINAL ASSEMBLY AND BACKLASH ADJUSTMENT section to complete assembly. Group 3 Drives (not illustrated)—Assembly of cross shaft and pinion assemblies is essentially the same as Group 1 Drives except a snap ring holds the pinion shaft assembly together instead of a lock nut. No bearing adjustment is necessary on pinion shaft because ball bearings are self adjusting. Assembly of components in their proper order can be checked by referring to the sectional view on the parts list sheet. Do not install seals at this time.

FINAL ASSEMBLY & BACKLASH ADJUSTMENT Group 1, 2 and 3 Drives—Install O-rings (17, Figures 3 and 4) into O-ring

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Group 1, 2 and 3 Drives—Oil seals (30 and 31, Figures 3 and 4) and (16, Figure 4) can now be installed in open caps and pinion housings. Slip Seal (1, Figure 10) over tapered end of Pilot Sleeve (2, Figure 10), making sure that the spring loaded lip of the seal is facing toward the Bevel Gear Drive. Slip pilot sleeve over shaft and down until end of sleeve is against bearing. Install Seal Driver (1, Figure 11) over pilot sleeve and tap seal down sleeve until it is seated in housing or cap. Remove seal driver and pilot sleeve. These installation tools are available FIGURE 11 – Oil Seal from Hub City. If a pilot sleeve and seal driver (or their equivalent) are not readily available, seal must be installed with a rubber hammer or block or wood to prevent seal damage.

CAUTION Damage to seals can be avoided by covering the shaft keyways with cellophane tape, plastic shim stock or paper before sliding seals onto shaft.

REFILLING GEAR CASE WITH LUBRICANT

Group 1, 2 and 3 Drives—Clean and recoat Drain Plug (1, Figures 3 and 4) with pipe sealant and replace in bottom of gear case. Remove Fill and Breather Plug (32, Figures 3 and 4) and Oil Level Plug (33,Figures 3 and 4). Fill gear case with recommended lubricant and follow all recommended procedures as detailed in Lubrication and Installation Instructions which are included with each Drive.

CAUTION Do not operate the unit without making sure it contains the correct amount of lubricant. Do not overfill or underfill, or injury to personnel, unit, or other equipment may result.

CAUTION Do not mix nonsynthetic and synthetic oil in the unit.

WARNING Make certain that all tools and other items are clear from rotating parts before starting machine. Stand clear, and start machine slowly to be sure all components are secure, and operating properly.

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Maintenance Instructions DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE GROUP 4 DRIVES WARNING

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Make certain that the power supply is disconnected before attempting to service or install the unit, or remove any components. Lock out the power supply, and tag it to prevent unexpected application of power.

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Group 4 Drives (Refer to Figure 12 unless otherwise noted). Field replacement of bevel gears, shafts, bearings, oil seals and O-rings may be made on AD Series Bevel Gear Drives. If gear case, open or closed caps or spacers need replacing it is recommended that the entire unit be returned to the Hub City Factory for service. If this is inconvenient, the worn or damaged spacer or cap may be sent to the factory so that it can be precision duplicated. Each AD Series Drive contains caps and spacers which are precision matched to the gear case. Disassembly of Bevel Gear Drive is accomplished by removing Pinion Assembly (4) from Gear Case (3) and draining (preferably while warm) all lubricant from gear case.

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WARNING Wear protective clothing and eye shields when installing or maintaining unit and machine. Pinion Shaft Assembly (4) is removed from case by taking out Snap Ring (5) and carefully sliding entire assembly out so that gear teeth are not damaged and bearings are kept clean. Remove Snap Ring (6) on the opposite gear side of case and carefully slide Output Shaft Assembly (7) out of case. Remove Snap Ring. (8) from the gear side of case and slide out Closed Cap (9) and remaining Ball Bearing (10). Note — all parts are precision fit so no shims are necessary. Bearings should be removed easily with only light pressure on the outer race.

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All parts which are intended for reuse must be marked when they are disassembled so that they are reassembled in their exact original position in the case. If seals are to be reused, cover all shaft keyways with cellophane tape, plastic shim stock or paper to avoid seal damage.

PINION SHAFT DISASSEMBLY Slide Open Cap (11, Figure 12) and Outer Bearing (12) off Pinion Shaft (13). Drive Spring Pin (14) out of Bevel Gear (15) and pinion shaft. Place pinion shaft in a press with shoulder of gear resting on the press anvil. Remove gear by pushing shaft through gear. Remove Inner Ball Bearing (16) from shaft. If pinion shaft is to be replaced and Spacer (17) salvaged, press off spacer carefully from shaft so that seal may be broken on Loctite® used to affix spacer to shaft. Remove Seal (18) from open cap with a driver tool or gently tap opposite sides of inner seal surface with a flat punch so that they are removed evenly and no damage occurs to open cap counterbore. Remove O-ring (19) from open cap. OUTPUT SHAFT DISASSEMBLY The disassembly of the Output Shaft Assembly (7, Figure 12) is essentially the same as the procedure outlined above for the pinion shaft.

ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE Group 4 Drives—Clean and inspect all parts as detailed in Step 1 of Assembly Procedure, Group 1, 2 and 3 Drives. Align gears on shafts and secure with spring pins. Slide inner Ball Bearing (16) tightly against bevel gear. Apply #602 Loctite® (or equivalent) to spacer area of shaft and slide Spacer (17) on Pinion Shaft (13) and against inner bearing. On Output Shaft Assembly (7), Spacer (20) is affixed on Output Shaft (21) so that it is tight against Bevel Gear (22).

CAUTION DO NOT GET LOCTITE® ON SEALS OR BEARINGS. Install O-rings into Caps (9, 11 and 25) and Seals (18 and 23) into open caps with pilot sleeve and seal driver tools (see OIL SEAL INSTALLATION, on previous page). Install Ball Bearing (24) on output shaft and Ball Bearing (12) on pinion shaft. Slip pilot sleeve over keyway end of output shaft and slide Open cap (25) down pilot sleeve until it is tightly against Bearing (24). Slip pilot sleeve over keyway end of Pinion Shaft (13) and slide Open Cap (11) down pilot sleeve until it is tightly against Ball Bearing (12). Important— If the pilot sleeve tool is not available, keyways must be covered with cellophane tape, plastic shim stock, etc., so that keyways do not damage seals.

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FINAL ASSEMBLY Group 4 Drives—Insert entire Output Shaft Assembly (7) into gear case and secure Open Cap (25) with Snap Ring (6). Slide Remaining Ball Bearing (10) over gear end of output shaft and tightly against Bevel Gear (22). Install Closed Cap (9) in gear case and secure with Snap Ring (8). Fill gear case with the amount of Lubriplate 5555 recommended in chart shown below. Insert entire Pinion Shaft Assembly (4) into gear case, being careful to see that bevel gears mesh. Secure with Snap ring (5). No adjustment of bearings or gear backlash is necessary as all parts have been precision fit. However, care should be taken that no foreign material is present between components during assembly that could alter the precision spacing. LUBRICANT QUANTITIES MODEL AD-1 & AD-4

QTY. REQ. 1/2 oz.

MODEL AD-2 & AD-5 AD-3

QTY. REQ. 1-1/2 oz. 8 oz.

CAUTION Do not overfill or underfill, or injury to personnel, unit, or other equipment may result.

WARNING Make certain that all tools and other items are clear from rotating parts before starting machine. Stand clear, and start machine slowly to be sure all components are secure and operating properly. For further information that may be helpful, see the Lubrication, Installation and illustrated Replacement Parts sheets for your Bevel Gear Drive. Should a particular problem arise or additional information be required, contact the nearest Hub City Sales Office, or Industrial Power Transmission Distributor which are listed in the Yellow Pages or contact Hub City — Aberdeen, SD.

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HUB CITY WORM GEAR DRIVES INSTRUCTIONS

Maintenance Instructions These general maintenance instructions cover Series 130 through Series 80 Worm Gear Reducers. Your reducer may be slightly different than the reducers shown in the figures below, and to the right, but these general instructions will still apply. It is advisable to periodically inspect your Speed Reducer for any signs of impending service. Spare or replacement parts can often be ordered and obtained before disassembly is necessary, thus minimizing machine down-time. The following symptoms can be inspected visually without disassembly and may, in some cases, indicate extensive maintenance procedures. OIL LEAKING FROM SEALS—indicates that shaft and/or seals are worn and need replacing. Keep dirt and foreign particles off shafts in the area of the seals to minimize wear. OIL LEAKING FROM INPUT OR OUTPUT CAPS, CAP SCREWS OR PIPE PLUGS—might be corrected by retightening or removal and recoating with Loctite® or pipe sealant as required before tightening. If this does not correct the leaking condition, disassembly will be necessary to replace o-rings. EXCESSIVE END PLAY OF SHAFTS—if there is noticeable shaft movement when couplings are removed and shaft is moved back and forth, it may be an indication of bearing wear. Replacement may be required. EXCESSIVE BACKLASH—would indicate worm gears which might have to be replaced. HIGH INTERNAL OPERATING TEMPS (ABOVE 200°F OR 95°C)—if a unit exhibits high internal operating temperatures, one or a combination of the following may be the cause. 1. Unit is overloaded, application may require replacement with higher capacity unit. 2. Damaged bearings, components or improper bearing setting. 3. Improper oil level, lubricant type or lubricant contamination. 4. High ambient temperature. 5. High speed operation in excess of rated values.

reinstalling, or replacing a factory installed fastener for servicing purposes, or to accommodate the mounting of guards, shields or other light load imposing devices, or for mounting the unit, it becomes the responsibility of the customer or user to properly determine the quality, grade of fastener, thread engagement, load carrying capacity, tightening torque, and the means of torque retention.

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IMPORTANT In the initial factory assembly, Loctite® is used on the threads of all capscrews. If any screws are removed, a new application of Loctite® is required. NOTE: Screw threads and the threaded hole must be degreased before application of Loctite®.

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Maintenance Instructions The figures on page B-128 represent a general design configuration for Hub City Century Series Worm Gear Speed Reducers. There are design differences from model to model, and a general outline of the basic construction is offered here for clarification and future reference:

3. If old seals are to be salvaged, cover keyways with cellophane tape, plastic shim stock, or paper before sliding seals over keyway. Remove cap screws from Output Shaft Caps (2) and CAREFULLY remove output shaft assembly. Be careful to keep bearings clean and not to damage Worm Gear (8) teeth.

INPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY STYLES Motorized Versions

4. Remove cap screws from closed input cap (4) and open input cap if applicable. Series 60, 70, and 80 may have fan shroud in place of cap. Use same procedure. Series 130 requires removal of expansion plug. The expansion plug is a non salvageable part. CAREFULLY remove input shaft assembly. On motorized units, remove entire quill assembly from the back of the unit. On shaft input units, remove input seal (18) or open cap if applicable and snap ring (27) if used and press worm shaft out through front bearing (9). NOTE: Some series allow removal of input shaft assembly without removal of front seal through closed cap end. On Series 80, remove bearing locknut, lock washer, and flat washer. Press input shaft out of housing and bearings.

Series 130-380 Series 450-520 Series 60-80

Single ball bearing construction opposite motor end as shown in Figure 4. Double tapered bearing arrangement opposite motor end, not shown N/A

Shaft Input Versions Series 130-260 Series 320-70 Series 80

Ball bearing construction as shown in Figure 2. No open input cap. Direct mounted tapered bearings, straddle mounted on worm, and open input cap used as shown in Figure 3. Double tapered bearing arrangement opposite shaft extension, with single spherical roller bearing on shaft extension side. (Not shown)

Housing Construction Series 130-260

Series 130

Have 56C/143TC flange cast integral with housing. All other input flanges and all other models utilize bolt-on connection. Utilizes an expansion plug instead of high speed cover (Ref. #4)

OUTPUT SHAFT ASSEMBLY STYLES All series, with the exception of the Series 130, use a straddle mounted tapered bearing design as shown in Figure 1 on both shaft and hollow bore outputs. Series 130 uses ball bearings. Series 450, 520, 60, and 70 hollow shaft units have flanged output sleeves. Series 60, 70, and 80 have shouldered solid output shafts.

DISASSEMBLY PROCEDURE

FIGURE 5 – Removal of Worm Gear and Bearing Cone

5. Examine Seals (13) for wear or damage and remove from caps or housing only if replacement is necessary. (When servicing units, seals should always be replaced.) When removed from caps or housing, seals should not be reused. 6. Remove Bearing Cups (11) from output caps and input caps when applicable with a puller tool. If driven out, gently tap opposite sides of the bearing cups with a flat punch so they are removed evenly and no damage occurs to caps. 7. To remove Worm Gear (8) and Bearing Cone (12) from Output Shaft (6), rest one side of gear on blocks and press shaft through gear and one bearing cone as shown in Figure 5.

CAUTION Do not attempt to strip the gear and both bearing cones off the output shaft in one operation. The Key (17) will lodge against Bearing Cone (12) and severe damage will occur.

CAUTION The exterior threaded holes on this drive are for mounting the drive or drive accessories (couplings, sprockets, etc.). They are not to be used for lifting the drive or any driver/driven equipment.

WARNING Make certain that the power supply is disconnected before attempting to service or install the unit, or remove any components. Lock out the power supply, and tag it to prevent unexpected application of power. Refer to the figures on page B-128 for the discussion on assembly and disassembly procedures. 1. Disconnect reducer from drive motor, couplings, or driven shafts to guard against personal injury. Remove all sprockets or sheaves from reducer shafts with a puller tool to prevent accidental damage to shafts. 2. Remove Pipe Plug from bottom of Gear Case and drain all lubricant from unit.

WARNING Oil, housings, and other components can reach high temperatures during operation, and can cause severe burns. Use extreme care when removing lubrication plugs and vents while servicing the unit.

WARNING

Series 450, 520, 60 and 70 units have flanged output sleeves on the shaft mount models. To remove the worm gear from these models, the sleeve must be pressed out so gear moves away from the flange. The back side of the flange is recessed to allow a puller to be used to remove the bearing cone from the short end of the output sleeve. Series 60, 70, and 80 have shouldered output shaft. To remove gear assembly, press on shaft so gear assembly moves away from shoulder. 8. If input shaft bearings are to be reused, use bearing puller tool or proper bearing removal fixture so no damage occurs to bearings.

ASSEMBLY PROCEDURE 1. All parts, including the gear case, should be cleaned thoroughly with an approved, non-flammable, nontoxic solvent. Any accumulation of sludge deposits or corrosion should be removed. Whenever input or output caps are removed, it is recommended that seals and shims be replaced. These and other miscellaneous items are included in each Reducer Repair Kit. Before reassembly, examine input and output shafts for grooving in the shaft seal area. If the shafts are to be reused, polish out any imperfections with a fine grade of emery cloth. The polishing motion should be circumferential, not axial or spiral in direction. Shaft grooving .010 deep or greater cannot be corrected by polishing. These shafts should be replaced or the seal installed in a new axial location to allow contact in non grooved areas. Some units do not allow space for repositioning of the seal.

Wear protective clothing and eye shields when installing or maintaining unit and machine.

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HUB CITY WORM GEAR DRIVES INSTRUCTIONS

Maintenance Instructions 2. Replace Bearing Cups (14) in output caps and input caps when applicable being careful to remove any foreign particles in the counterbore. Bearing cup must seat squarely in counterbore of cap. If cups must be tapped into place, use a rubber hammer or brass driver to protect cup surfaces. Do not insert seals at this time. 3. PREASSEMBLY OF INPUT AND OUTPUT SHAFTS. IMPORTANT: The Models 130-380 motorized style input and Series 130260 shaft style units use a National Fine Grade 8 cap screw to secure the rear ball bearing to the shaft. The assembly procedure for the cap screw is critical and MUST be followed to assure proper gearbox operation. A. Clean the cap screw to be free of dirt and oil. B. Clean the threaded hole with a swab or air pressure. C. Apply Loctite® Primer N to the threaded hole. Do this before preassembly so the primer is dry when you are ready to install the screw. D. Assemble the rear bearing, taking care to press on bearing inner race only. E. Slide the flat washer onto the screw. F. Apply green Loctite® #640 to the screw and also the threaded hole in the worm. G. Tighten the screw to the appropriate torque as listed below. Series Cap Screw Tightening Torque 130 5/16-24 x 3/4 20 ft.-lbs. 180 5/16-24 x 3/4 20 ft.-lbs. 210 5/16-24 x 3/4 20 ft.-lbs. 260 3/8-24 x 1-1/4 37 ft.-lbs. 320 1/2-20 x 1-1/2 90 ft.-lbs. 380 1/2-20 x 1-1/2 90 ft.-lbs. NOTE: PREASSEMBLY OF BALL BEARING STYLE INPUT SHAFTS. Series 130 and 210 require assembly of the rear ball bearing in the housing after the worm shaft has been inserted. Models 180 and 260 can have both bearings preassembled before final assembly. The procedure for securing the cap screw listed above should be carefully followed for Models 180 and 260 at this time. When reassembling worm and worm gear assemblies, refer to Figures 1 and 2 so that all parts are included in their proper position. Be sure that parts are pressed tightly against one another and that no foreign material is included between them. If shaft has a shoulder, the appropriate gear, spacer, or bearing must be assembled tightly against it. Figure 6 shows the recommended method of pressing the Bearing Cone (1) onto the Shaft (3). An Inserting Tool (2) is shown pressing evenly on the bearing inner race. This tool may be machined for this purpose in your shop. A substitute inserting tool may also be made from tubing which would have an I.D. sufficient to accept the shaft and an O.D. no larger than the inner bearing race.

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1

2

CAUTION Contact on the cage of the bearing, or using the bearing cup to press the bearing on, will damage bearing.

FIGURE 6 – Reassembly of Worm Gear and Bearing Cone

A. Shaft input styles using ball bearings, Models 130-260. Install preassembly into housing. Models 130 and 210 will require installation of rear bearing while input shaft is in the housing. Install washer and cap screw, taking care to follow the procedure outlined in Section 3 on these models at this time. Then install proper amount of shims (24) between bearing outer race and end cap to eliminate any axial movement of bearing outer race. Liberally add grease to o-ring (25), Loctite® cap screws (14) and tighten properly. B. Shaft input styles using tapered bearing. Models 320-80 Install preassembly into housing. Preassembly will consist of worm shaft and two bearing cones. Install two (2) each shims 23 & 24 between gear case and input caps. Bearings are adjusted by adding or

CALL: (605) 225-0360

CAUTION Damage to seals can be avoided by covering the shaft keyways with cellophane tape, plastic shim stock, or paper before sliding seals onto the shaft. The spring loaded lip of the seal must face toward the inside of reducer to operate properly. 7. Apply sealant to drain plug and replace in the bottom of the gear case. Remove fill and breather plugs and fill gear case with recommended lubricant, following all the procedures detailed in the Lubrication and Installation Instructions which are included with Speed Reducer.

CAUTION

4. Installation of Input Assembly

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removing shim until bearings bind, then adding one .002 shim at a time until shaft rotates freely with .001-.003 endplay. Liberally add grease to o-ring, Loctite® cap screws and tighten properly. On Series 80, install only Roller Bearing Inner Race on input shaft. Install shaft in housing, install Inner Bearing Cup, then press both bearing cones onto shaft. Install Outer Bearing Cup, flat washer, lock washer, and locknut. Tighten locknut fully and bend tang of lock washer into slot on locknut. Install roller bearing into housing and install open cap. No bearing adjustment is required at open cap. Adjust tapered roller bearings with gaskets at closed cap. C. Motorized style assemblies using a single ball bearing. Models 130-380. Install preassembly in housing. All units should have bearing installed on shaft and cap screw assembled by following procedure listed earlier at this time. Install proper amount of shims (24) between bearing outer race and end cap to eliminate any movement of bearing outer race. Liberally add grease to o-ring (25), Loctite® cap screws (14) and tighten properly. 5. Installation of the output assembly. IMPORTANT: The Worm must be centered on the Worm Gear for maximum gear life. Follow the procedure below to achieve proper bearing adjustment and gear position. A. Insert output assembly carefully into gear case so that worm is meshed with worm gear. Install one each .002 and .005 shims (22) (23) on each Output Cap (2, Figures 1 and 2) and install caps over shaft. Fasten caps and shims to gear case by torquing down cap screws evenly. B. Adjust bearings by removing or adding shims until bearings bind. Then add one shim at a time until shaft rotates freely, with no endplay. NOTE: the position of the gear will be closer to center if the total shim pack thickness on each cap does not vary by more than .005. After adjusting bearings, but before permanently bolting output caps or installing o-rings, coat worm gear teeth with blueing compound. C. Turn Worm Shaft (7) by hand while putting a slight load on FIGURE 7 – output shaft so that worm marks contact points in blueing Gear Pattern on gear. D. Sight through pipe plug holes with an inspection light and determine if the contact of the worm is centered on both sides of the gear. If worm is not centered, the gear position must be shifted by moving shims from one side to the other. This will maintain proper bearing adjustment. See Figure 7. E. Liberally apply grease to o-ring and Loctite® cap screws and tighten properly. 6. Oil Seals (13, Figures 1 and 2) can now be installed in input and output caps. Before installing seal, coat O.D. of seal with Permatex and apply grease to seal lips. Force should be applied evenly, with a driver, near the outer edge of the seal until seals are flush with outer surface of caps. If seals must be installed without a seal driver, a rubber hammer or brass driver should be used to protect the seal.

Do not operate the unit without making sure it contains the correct amount of oil. Do not overfill or underfill with oil, or injury to personnel, unit, or other equipment may result.

CAUTION Do not mix nonsynthetic and synthetic oil in the unit.

WARNING Make certain that all tools and other items are clear from rotating parts before starting machine. Stand clear, and start machine slowly to be sure all components are secure, and operating properly. For further information that may be helpful, see the Lubrication, Installation and Illustrated Replacement Parts sheets for your Speed Reducer. Should a particular problem arise or additional information be required, contact the nearest HUB CITY Sale Office or Industrial Power Transmission Distributor which are listed in the Yellow Pages, or contact HUB CITY, Aberdeen, SD.

FAX: (605) 225-0567


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D-90

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TYPE SE ®

WORM GEAR SPEED REDUCERS

Disassembly and Reassembly Instructions


DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS 10. Disassemble the motor adapter (8) (if applicable). Disassemble the high speed cap (2) from the attachment housing (25). Remove the high speed worm by tapping it toward the high speed cap end. With single bearing designs (hollow input), the worm (9) may be completely removed at this time. With two bearing designs (solid input), the snap ring (4) must be removed before sliding the worm (6) and front bearing (5) through this bore.

The following describes the procedures for disassembling and reassembling WINSMITH® D-90® Type SE® speed reducers. These instructions can also be used for specific tasks such as changing assemblies or gearing (ratio) by referring to the appropriate sections, however, it is recommended that all instructions be reviewed before proceeding. They are combined to cover all units and, in those situations where models differ, will differentiate between specific models. Although the sequence may be determined by the task, it will be necessary to remove the slow speed shaft and gear assembly before removing the input (worm) shaft. If seals are going to be reused, such as with new units, they must be protected by covering the shaft keyways with smooth tape before disassembly. Figure 1 illustrates the location of the various parts (1- 32) referenced throughout the text.

11. Disassemble the attachment housing (25) by removing the four fasteners (30) located behind the primary gear (24). The housing will also be supported by two dowel pins partially engaged in the main housing. If this is a double reduction unit, steps 12-15 relate to the main housing components. 12. Disassemble the motor adapter (8) (if applicable). Disassemble the high speed bearing cap(s) (2, 11 & 12 or 14): For the Size 910, remove the high speed cap plug (2) (press fit in the housing) and outer retaining ring. Remove the worm by tapping it toward the high speed cap end. With single bearing designs (hollow input), the worm (9) may be completely removed at this time. With two bearing designs in sizes 913-930, (solid input), the snap ring (4) must be removed before sliding the worm (6) and front bearing (5) through this bore.

Prior to Disassembly 1. Remove motor and coupling (if applicable). 2. Remove keys and set screws (hollow shaft models). Check shafts for damage and remove any protruding nicks that may impede seal or bearing removal. 3. Clean the outside of the housing. Remove foreign material that may contaminate any components or lubricant being reused. 4. Drain the oil. The plugs adjacent to the worm should be avoided as the internal vent shield will impede oil flow. Drain both housings in double reduction models.

13. If seals are to be replaced, remove the worn seals from the housing and covers. If two seals are used at a particular location, it is important that both be replaced exactly as removed (i.e. tandem or opposed). Tandem seals provide extra protection against leakage while opposed seals assist in preventing outside contaminants from working their way into the unit.

Disassembly 5. Disassemble the slow speed cover(s) (16) or cover and base (DV model) from the housing. Disassemble both covers (16 & 22) on hollow shaft models (DSF or DSR). With DL models, first disassemble the slow speed bearing cap (32) and then disassemble the cover and base (31) from the housing.

14. If bearings are to be replaced, remove them from their respective shafts using a press. Note the position of these bearings on the shafts, so the unit can be rebuilt accordingly. Care must be taken not to damage the seal areas of either shaft. Remove the bearing races from the housing and cover using a soft metal drift. When driving them out, exercise caution not to damage the housing or cover bearing seat. The compression ring (18) behind the bearing cup in the cover will be reused in this location as a spacer.

6. Remove the slow speed shaft and gear assembly from the housing. With single cover designs, tilt the slow speed gear away from the high speed worm. It may be necessary to apply a small amount of pressure to the shaft extension, using the inner bearing as a pivot point, to separate the gear from the worm. When disassembling units with double slow speed shaft extensions, it may be necessary to remove the seal opposite the slow speed cover prior to removing the slow speed gear assembly from the housing.

15. Thoroughly clean all parts in preparation for reassembly. Remove all gasket material and sealant from mating surfaces. Inspect all parts for damage or wear and replace as necessary. CAUTION: If a shaft seal area is cleaned with emery paper, the direction of the resulting finishing marks in the shaft must be perpendicular to the shaft axis. Any small lead inscribed in the shaft surface while cleaning, may create a path for oil seepage.

Steps 7 through 11 apply to the primary stage of double reduction models. If single reduction, proceed to step 12. 7. Remove attachment housing cover (28). 8. Remove fastener and washer (26 & 27) at end of exposed shaft.

Reassembly—Single Reduction Models

9. If the primary gear (24) is being reused, mark the outer face for reference so the gear may be reinstalled in the same position (reference face out). Remove gear (24) and spacer (29) from shaft. This will be a sliding fit. If the gear does not easily disengage from the worm, remove the intermediate cap (2) and slide the intermediate worm (6) out the rear side of the main housing until the shaft extension clears the primary gear. On 935 and 943 models, it will only be necessary to loosen the intermediate cap, allowing the primary gear to tip away from the worm due to the tapered intermediate bearings.

16. Reassemble the high speed shaft bearings. Press the new high speed ball bearings (3 & 5) or tapered roller bearing cones (10) on the worm shaft until tight against the backing shoulders. To prevent damage to the bearing, press against the inner race only. Secure the rear bearing(s) with snap rings (1) or locknut (13) as dictated by the worm design. 17. Reassemble the slow speed shaft and bearing assembly. Press the slow speed gear (20) and key on the shaft (17 or

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DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS seated. This should be a tight fit. Insert the compression ring (18) into the bearing seat of the slow speed cover (16) or DV cover and base followed by the bearing race. This should be a sliding fit.

10. 21) to its original position making sure the key is not extending beyond the gear hub. Add spacers (if applicable) and press the bearing cones (19) tight against the adjacent spacer or gear hub. Press against the inner cone race only, avoiding contact with the roller cage. When pressing the bearings or gear, be extremely careful not to damage the shaft seal surface.

18. b. For hollow shaft models, install bearing races in each of the slow speed covers (16) or cover and base (22) making sure they are properly seated. Each should be a tight fit.

18. Install the output shaft bearing races.

18. c. For DL models, install one bearing race in the housing, making sure it is properly seated. This should be a tight fit.

18. a. For single cover models (see item 18c for DL models), install one race in the housing making sure it is properly NON-MOTORIZED HIGH SPEED SECTION SIZE 910

NON-MOTORIZED HIGH SPEED SECTION SIZES 913-930

NON-MOTORIZED HIGH SPEED SECTION SIZES 935 & 943

MOTORIZED HIGH SPEED SECTION SIZE 910

MOTORIZED HIGH SPEED SECTION SIZES 913-930

MOTORIZED HIGH SPEED SECTION SIZES 935 & 943

SOLID OUTPUT SHAFT SLOW SPEED SECTION SIZES 910-935

SOLID OUTPUT SHAFT SLOW SPEED SECTION SIZE 943

DROP BEARING (DL) SLOWSPEED SECTION ALL SIZES

DOUBLE REDUCTION PRIMARY SECTION SIZES 917-930

FIGURE 1 3

HOLLOW OUTPUT SHAFT SLOW SPEED SECTION ALL SIZES

DOUBLE REDUCTION PRIMARY SECTION SIZES 935-943


DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS .002 inch endplay while avoiding any bearing preload. Tap each end of the shaft with a non-metallic hammer to seat the bearings before checking endplay. Once this is established, remove both covers, equally distribute the gaskets between the two covers and reassemble. Proceed to step 21.

19. Assemble the high speed shaft (6) in the housing. For Sizes 935 and 943, see items 19b and 19c below. 18. a. Sizes 913 through 930. For models using two high speed ball bearings, insert the high speed shaft assembly into the rear (high speed cap) side of the housing and slide through until the front bearing (5) clears the rear snap ring groove. Install the snap ring (4) in the rear housing groove, making sure it is completely seated. Continue inserting the worm in the housing until the rear bearing shoulders against the snap ring. For single bearing assemblies, the snap ring (4) may be installed first. Attach the high speed cap (2) using the required thickness of gaskets that will take up the clearance between the cap and housing while trapping the bearing between the cap and snap ring. This will prevent the bearing from moving axially during load reversals. For the Size 910, install the outer snap ring to retain the bearing. Lightly coat the housing bore with sealing compound and press the high speed cap plug (2) in the housing. Proceed to step 20.

18. c. Attach the slow speed cover and base (31) to the housing using one .010 inch gasket. Insert the outer slow speed bearing race. Attach the slow speed bearing cap (32) using the proper thickness of gaskets that will provide up to .002 inch endplay while avoiding any bearing preload. Tap the end of the shaft and opposite cover with a non-metallic hammer before checking endplay. 21. If motorized, attach the motor adapter (8) using one .010 inch gasket. If the unit uses a coupling style motor adapter, install the high speed seal in the housing (refer to step 22 for seal mounting instructions). 22. Install all seals using the following instructions. Lubricate the shaft seal areas with a light coat of oil. Apply a thin layer of liquid sealant to the housing or cover bore area that supports the seal. Protect the seal lips by covering all shaft keyways or other sharp corners with smooth tape. Slide seal up to bore, being careful not to displace the seal spring or roll the seal lip over. Tap into place using a blunt surface that will not deform the seal casing. When installed, the seal should be flush with the casting surface and perpendicular to the shaft axis. If two seals are installed, fill the cavity between them with grease. Use the outer seal to drive in the inner seal, leaving it extended about 1/16 from the casting surface.

18. b. Sizes 935 and 943 with solid input shaft. Slide the front high speed bearing race into the housing for the proper assembly. Using one gasket (.010"), assemble the front high speed cap (12) or coupling style motor adapter. Insert the worm (6) from the opposite end of the housing and install second bearing race. Attach rear high speed cap (11) using the required thickness of gasket to provide .002-.004 inch endplay. Tap each end of the worm with a nonmetallic hammer to seat the bearings before checking endplay. Proceed to step 20. 18. c. Sizes 935 and 943 with hollow input shaft (motorized). Insert high speed spacer (15) and inner bearing race (10) into rear high speed side of housing. Insert worm (9) from the rear housing side until it rests against the inner bearing race. Install the outer race. Attach rear high speed cap (14) using the required thickness of gasket to provide .002-.004 inch endplay. Tap the end of the worm and the rear high speed cap with a non-metallic hammer to seat the bearings before checking endplay.

23. If the ratio, assembly, or any other feature was changed, a new nameplate reflecting these changes should be used. This will insure proper parts or unit replacement in the future. Contact the factory for help in this regard. 24. Recheck all fasteners. Tighten to the torques (inch pounds) listed in the following table. Attachment Housing

20. Assemble the slow speed shaft assembly in the housing. When attaching covers, apply a small amount of liquid sealant to the thread area of all fasteners to prevent leakage in this area. See instruction 20b for Size 943 and hollow shaft models.

Size

18. a. With the output shaft (17) extension positioned for the proper assembly, rest the inside bearing cone in its mating cup (race) in the housing. Snap the gear into mesh by applying a small amount of pressure against the end of the slow speed shaft. At this point, the gear is automatically centered over the worm by means of component dimensional tolerances. If the unit is a DL Series, refer now to 20c. Attach the slow speed cover (16) (DV cover and base) using the proper thickness of gaskets that will provide up to .002 inches endplay while avoiding any bearing preload. Tap the end(s) of the shaft or opposite cover with a non-metallic hammer before checking endplay. If this cannot be achieved with at least one gasket, add about .010 inch shim stock in the slow speed cover bearing bore behind the compression ring (18) and reassemble per the above instructions. Proceed to step 21.

Cap

Cover

Main Housing Cap

Cover

913

N/A

N/A

100

200

917/920

100

200

200

200

924/926

200

200

330

200

930/935

200

200

330

330

943

330

200

330

330

25. Fill unit with oil. Refer to page 7 and note the plug locations for the appropriate model and mounting position. Using the fill and level plugs as shown, add oil (see page 6 for recommended oils) until it just begins to flow out the level plug location. For double reduction models, fill each housing individually. Install all plugs while making sure the vent is in its proper location and the vent opening is clear.

Reassembly—Double Reduction Models 26. Reassemble the main housing components per steps 16 through 19 but do not assemble the slow speed shaft into the housing yet.

18. b. Assemble one slow speed cover (16) or cover and flange (22) without gaskets and insert the shaft and gear assembly. It may be helpful to position the gear in mesh with the worm before securing the first cover. Assemble the opposite cover using the proper thickness of gaskets that will provide up to 4


DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS 27. Reassemble the attachment housing (25) using one .010 inch gasket, two dowel pins and four fasteners. If an intermediate seal is required (non-standard mountings), install at this time using the precautions outlined in step 22. See steps 44 and 45 if the primary housing is being repositioned for a change of assembly.

34. Reassemble the slow speed shaft assembly using the same compression ring, if applicable and the same total thickness of gaskets. Refer to step 20a or b for additional instructions. If either the gear or bearings are changed in the process, it may be necessary to readjust the bearing endplay per the instructions in step 20.

28. Reassemble the primary stage worm using steps 16 and 19.

35. Complete the reassembly using steps 22 through 25.

29. Slide the spacer (29) on the intermediate shaft (6) extension up to the backing shoulder.

II. Reverse the output shaft of a hollow output shaft model: 36. Refer to steps 2 through 6 and proceed where applicable. Be sure to protect the seals from the set screw holes and puller groove.

30. Slide the high speed gear (24) on the intermediate shaft and seat against the spacer. If the gear does not easily slide into mesh with the worm, proceed as follows:

37. Reverse the position of the slow speed shaft assembly and reassemble using the same total thickness of gaskets on each cover. Refer to step 20b for additional instructions. If either the gear or bearings are changed in the process, it may be necessary to readjust the bearing endplay per the instructions in step 20.

30. a. Sizes 917-930: Remove the intermediate cap (2) and slide the worm (6) out of the main housing. Position the high speed gear (24) in mesh with the worm and reintroduce the intermediate worm in the housing with the extension end passing through the gear bore. Reattach the intermediate cap. Secure the gear with a fastener (27) and washer (26).

38. Complete the reassembly using steps 22 through 25.

30. b. Sizes 935 and 943: Loosen the intermediate cap (11) enough to tip the intermediate worm allowing the primary gear to position itself in mesh with the primary worm. Retighten the intermediate cap and secure the gear with a fastener (27) and washer (26).

III. Reverse the assembly of the high speed shaft (all models): 39. It will be necessary to remove the slow speed gear for this conversion. Refer to steps 1 through 6 and step 12 and proceed where applicable. Be sure to protect all seals from keyways or other surface discontinuities before disassembly.

30. At this point it is necessary to center the primary gear over the worm to insure proper operation. This is accomplished by adding shims (23) between the gear (24) and spacer (29) as required. The initial shim pack can be estimated by measuring the distance between the gear hub face and machined surface of the attachment housing and referring to the following chart. Any distance greater than the reference dimension is made up with shims. Distances less than this (which normally should not occur) can be accommodated by decreasing the spacer width. The correct position can then be verified by blueing the worm and checking the resulting contact on the gear teeth. Unit Size

Reference Dimension

Shim Part Numbers (.002, .005, .010)

917- 920

.812

815007, 815008, 815009

924 - 935

.585

815507, 815508, 815509

943

1.312

817005, 817006, 817007

40. Reverse the position of the high speed shaft (6) and snap ring (4) and reassemble using step 19. 41. Reassemble the slow speed shaft assembly using step 20. 42. Complete the assembly using steps 21 and 23 through 25. IV. Rotate the attachment housing: 43. Refer to steps 1 through 4 and steps 7 through 11 and proceed where applicable. Be sure to protect the high speed or intermediate shaft seal from any keyways before disassembly. 44. Remove the two roll pins and reassemble the attachment housing in the desired position, aligning it as square as possible with the main housing. Replace the gasket between the housings if necessary. 45. Using the two roll pin holes as pilots, drill into the main housing about 1/4 inch using a 1/8 diameter drill. Insert the two roll pins.

Once properly shimmed, install the gear key and apply Loctite 242 (or equal) to the fastener before final assembly.

46. Reassemble the high speed worm using step 19.

31. Reassemble the balance of the unit using steps 20 through 25.

47. Reassemble the high speed gear using steps 29 and 30 where applicable. If none of the components were changed, the centering operation will not be necessary.

Assembly Conversions I.

Reverse the output shaft of a solid output shaft model:

48. Reassemble the balance of the unit using steps 21 through 25.

32. Refer to steps 2 through 6 and proceed where applicable. Be sure to protect the seal from the keyway before disassembly. 33. Remove the slow speed seal and slow speed plug, being careful not to damage either in the process. Coat the housing or cover bore diameter where the seal had been located and reinstall the plug in this location.

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DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS For special applications that involve severe ambient temperature extremes or a seasonal oil requirement, WINSMITH, based on extensive testing and field experience, recommends the use of Mobil SHC synthetic lubricants.

Lubricants Worm Gear Reducers Ambient Temperature

-30 to 15°F

16 to 50°F

51 to 95°F

51 to 95°F

96 to 131°F

96 to 131°F

Final Stage Worm Speed* up to 2000 FPM

up to 2000 FPM

up to 450 FPM

above 450 FPM

up to 450 FPM

above 450 FPM

ISO Viscosity Grade

220

460

680

460

680

460*

AGMA Lubricant No.

5S**

#7 Compounded*** #8 Compounded***

#7 Compounded***

8 S**

7S**

Mobil

SHC 630

600W Super Cylinder Extra Hecla Super

600W Super Cylinder SHC 636

SHC 634

American Lubricants

SHC-90W

AGMA #7 Gear Oil

AGMA #8 Gear Oil

AGMA #7 Gear Oil

N/A

N/A

Castrol

Tribol 800/220

Tribol 1105-7C

Tribol 1105-8C

Tribol 1105-7C

Tribol 800/680

Tribol 800/460

Chevron

Tegra 220

Cylinder Oil W460

Cylinder Oil W680

Cylinder Oil W460

Tregra 680

Tegra 460

Conoco

Syncon R & O 220

Inca Oil 460

Inca Oil 680

Inca Oil 460

N/A

Syncon R & O 460

Exxon (Esso)

Teresstic SHP 220

Spartan EP 460

Spartan EP 680

Spartan EP 460

Teresstic SHP 680

Teresstic SHP 460

Fiske Brothers

SPO-MG

SPO-277

SPO-288

SPO-277

N/A

N/A

Shell

Omala RL 220

Valvata J 460

Valvata J 680

Valvata J 460

Omala RL 680

Omala RL 460

Texaco

Pinnacle 220

Vanguard 460

Vanguard 680

Vanguard 460

Pinnacle 680

Pinnacle 460

***synthetic oil ***3% to 10% fatty or synthetic oils or mild EP additives Lubricant selections are provided by the lubricant manufacturer based on AGMA recommended viscosity grades. Viscosity grades are based on Lubrication Standard ANSI/AGMA 9005-D94.

*The sliding velocity in feet per minute (FPM) for standard ratios is determined by multiplying the speed of the worm in RPM by the factor from the following table. For selecting the proper lubricant, use the speed of the worm in the final stage (input RPM divided by the first stage ratio).

Nominal Ratio SIZE

5

7.5

10

15

20

25

30

40

50

60

80

100

910

0.153

0.137

0.133

0.122

0.116

0.132

0.121

0.115

913

0.231

0.189

0.183

0.179

0.171

0.165

0.178

0.169

0.164

0.161

917

0.303

0.229

0.201

0.193

0.180

0.172

0.189

0.176

0.170

0.166

0.161

0.133

920

0.347

0.263

0.225

0.216

0.202

0.191

0.215

0.200

0.188

0.182

0.164

0.161

924

0.412

0.312

0.261

0.256

0.236

0.223

0.249

0.231

0.216

0.210

0.201

0.196

926

0.455

0.345

0.283

0.276

0.254

0.238

0.269

0.249

0.234

0.225

0.215

0.210

930

0.520

0.395

0.327

0.317

0.291

0.273

0.307

0.285

0.269

0.258

0.246

0.241

935

0.607

0.461

0.427

0.412

0.373

0.349

0.403

0.367

0.345

0.330

0.311

0.299

943

0.633

0.588

0.568

0.553

0.507

0.558

0.544

0.501

0.475

0.457

0.435

0.422

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STANDARD MOUNTING POSITIONS BASIC TRADITIONAL MODEL MOUNTING

INVERTED MOUNTING

ADDITIONAL MOUNTING POSITIONS INPUT SHAFT HORIZONTAL INPUT SHAFT VERTICAL

DB DD DJ DN DT DU WB WT WU

DV

DL

Note: Single Reduction 935 and 943 standard models are supplied with grease fittings on the input shaft to insure bearing lubrication for all mounting positions.

SPECIAL Contact the Factory

SPECIAL Contact the Factory

DSF

DSN DSR DSU

FIGURE 1. SINGLE REDUCTION MODELS DOUBLE REDUCTION* WORM/ WORM

DOUBLE REDUCTION* HELICAL / WORM

Plug locations apply to motorized units also. Contact the factory when input speeds are less than 1160 RPM to insure proper lubrication.

OTHER ATTACHMENT HOUSING POSITIONS

OTHER ATTACHMENT HOUSING POSITIONS

*Double Reduction units are not universal mounting. Mountings other than standard require a special outline.

FIGURE 2. DOUBLE REDUCTION MODELS

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PN CK 107

ENGINEERING SERVICE BULLETIN INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS & PARTS LIST ®

D-90 TYPE SE HOLLOW SHAFT COVER ®

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FOR USE WITH HOLLOW OUTPUT SHAFT MODELS Read instructions carefully before attempting to install cover. Proper installation will insure safe operation of your WINSMITH® Speed Reducer. Retain these instructions for future reference.

Description WINSMITH D-90 TYPE SE shaft covers provide an economical method for covering the exposed end of the output shaft on hollow shaft models. This serves two purposes: protection from the rotating shaft and isolating the seal from outside contaminants. All shaft covers are made from corrosion resistant stainless steel and fit over either shaft end while allowing at least one half inch of clearance for a driven shaft keeper plate. All WINSMITH D-90 TYPE SE units are designed to accommodate two seals. The cover design takes advantage of this by using the outer seal area as a mounting surface, allowing for field installation without the need for any additional unit modification. Covers are installed in the housing as shown in the diagram using a press fit. When using the cover, only one seal can be accommodated.

means there are two seals and the inner seal is being pushed against the bearing. Installation tools can be retained for future use. 2b. If two seals are present, remove the outer seal, being careful not to damage the inner seal. This can be done by drilling two small holes in the metal casing, installing small screws and pulling outward. Use the installation tool to properly position the inner seal (see 2a). 3.a Clean the exposed mounting surface for the cover, being careful to avoid

contact with the seal lip material. Apply a bead of pliable sealant, such as Permatex or liquid gasket, around the OD of the seal and adjacent to the housing. Make sure all set screws and keys are properly located and secured before installing the cover. 4.a Position the cover evenly on the casting surface and carefully press or drive it into the bore until evenly seated against the step on the cover. The engagement depth is approximately equal to one seal width.

COVER

Installation 1.a First determine if the unit has one or two seals where the cover is being installed. This can be done by checking the serial number on the nameplate for an “X” in the eleventh position, denoting a special unit. Standard units are normally built with only one seal. If there is an “X” in this position, contact the factory Sales Department at 716/592-9310 for a status on how many seals are in the unit. 2a. If only one seal is present, use the appropriate installation tool (available from Peerless-Winsmith, see chart), and push the seal inward until the tool bottoms out on the casting surface. The seal face must be kept perpendicular to the shaft axis to avoid future seepage at the OD. If resistance is met, it probably

INSTALLATION TOOL (OPTIONAL)


PN CK 107

ENGINEERING SERVICE BULLETIN

DIMENSIONS

DIMENSIONS

KIT PART NUMBERS

Unit Size

Dim “D”

Unit Size

Cover

Installation Tool*

917

1.31

917

CKIT917

CTKIT917

920

1.25

920

CKIT920

CTKIT920

924

1.31

924

CKIT924

CTKIT924

926

1.38

926

CKIT926

CTKIT926

930

1.56

930

CKIT930

CTKIT930

935

1.56

935

CKIT935

CTKIT935

943

1.25

943

CKIT943

CTKIT943

*Optional—purchased separately

Parts included in Cover Kit: — Cover — Installation Instructions

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ENGINEERING SERVICE BULLETIN 速

ILD-99

D-90

TYPE SE 速

SPEED REDUCERS

Installation,Operation, and Lubrication Instructions This Engineering Service Bulletin is designed to enable users to obtain the best possible performance from their WINSMITH速 Speed Reducers.


I. SELECTION The selection of the appropriate speed reducer for a given application requires that all factors affecting the operation of the unit be given careful consideration. Service factors must be applied to catalog ratings depending on the type of prime mover used, severity of the application and duration of daily service. If you have any questions relative to the suitability of your WINSMITHÂŽ speed reducer for your particular application, refer to the selection section of the appropriate WINSMITH catalog, or contact your WINSMITH representative or distributor.

II. INSTALLATION 1. Shaft Alignment A. The various drive members (motor, speed reducer, couplings, sprockets, sheaves, gears, etc.) should be aligned as accurately as possible to guard against unusual stresses and overloads imposed by misalignment. B. If a prime mover shaft is to be directly connected to the high speed (input) shaft or if the slow speed (output) shaft is to be directly connected to the driven shaft, flexible couplings should be used. It should be remembered that even flexible couplings have limited ability to accommodate misalignment. Care must be taken at installation to insure that shaft alignments are within the limits recommended by the coupling manufacturer. Use of a rigid coupling to connect speed reducer shafts to other drive components is not recommended as it is almost impossible to obtain exact alignment between two shafts. C. A common base plate supporting the motor and reducer will help preserve the original alignment between reducer and motor shafts. If a structural steel base is used, the plate should be at least equal in thickness to the diameter of the bolts used to fasten the speed reducer to the base plate. Also, for sufficient rigidity, the design in general including angle or channel members should be substantial enough to prevent flexing under vibration. After the first week or two of operation all of the bolts and nuts used to fasten the reducer and motor, pedestal, etc., to the base plate should be retightened. Vibration tends to loosen the nuts even if tight initially. Dowelling the motor and speed reducer to the base plate will help insure that alignment is maintained.

2. Mounting Positions A. Single reduction units are designed to accommodate most standard mounting positions. Figure

1 illustrates the utility plug locations for each based on model. All standard single reduction models are equipped with an internal splash shield located near the worm. This shield deflects the oil from the vent, preventing leakage when the vent plug is adjacent to the worm (as on the DT or DV standard mounting). When this location is used as a drain (as on the DV sidewall, worm under), drainage will be better facilitated if done at or near the operating temperature. Filling from this location is not recommended, as the shield will impede the oil flow rate. Bearings are splash lubricated provided the input speed is 1160 RPM or greater. Contact the factory when input speeds fall below this. B. Double reduction models are built to accommodate one mounting position as specified during order entry. Standard mounting positions, furnished unless otherwise specified, are shown in Figure 2 which also illustrates the utility plug locations. Note that the mounting position relates to the main housing orientation. Standard units have an oil level common to both housings and do not use an intermediate oil seal. The vent plug is located in the main housing where the slower worm speed eliminates the need for a vent shield. Grease fittings (not shown in Figure 2) are used to lubricate bearings when oil splash does not serve this purpose (as with the DV or DL upper slow speed bearing).

3. Venting During operation, the heat generated by the gearbox will cause the air and lubricant inside the unit to expand. A vent plug is used to equalize the resulting pressure, the location of which is dependent on the model and mounting position. Before putting the unit into service, review Figures 1 and 2 and relocate the vent plug (if necessary) as shown for the appropriate model and mounting position. Double reduction models (Figure 2) are vented in the main housing only. To prevent loss of oil during shipment, the vent plug includes a brass pin which must be removed prior to operation. If a speed reducer is installed in an atmosphere containing exceptional amounts of moisture or dust, a shielded or hooded vent plug should be used. For intermittent duty applications, where the operating temperature does not rise more than about 20 degrees F, internal pressure build-up is minimal and venting is not necessary. Some models are available with an optional internal expansion chamber allowing units to be totally sealed. Contact us for more details.


4. C-Flange Motor Mounting Procedures A. Mounting Motor to C-Flange Reducer With Hollow Input Shaft Check motor and reducer mounting registers for nicks that would interfere with assembly. Remove if necessary. Remove protective plastic plug from reducer input shaft. The bore has been coated with an anti-seize compound. Align the motor shaft and key with keyway in bore and slide motor up to flange. Position the motor conduit box as desired. Using the fasteners supplied, secure the motor to the reducer. Draw down evenly so as not to bend the motor shaft. Tighten fasteners to 200 inch pounds. B. Mounting Motor to C-Flange Reducer With Coupling Adaptor Check motor and reducer mounting registers for nicks that would interfere with assembly. Remove if necessary. When assembling the motor and coupling, the coupling halves should be equally spaced on each shaft to insure adequate engagement. The following describes a method for doing this. First determine the assembled shaft clearance by measuring the distance from the C-Flange face to the reducer shaft end and subtracting the motor shaft length. Mount and secure the motor shaft coupling half with the spider end extending one half the clearance distance beyond the motor shaft. Mount the reducer coupling half and coupling spider on reducer shaft in its approximate position but do not secure. Locate the motor conduit box in the desired position and secure the motor to the reducer flange using the fasteners provided. Tighten to about 200 inch pounds. Using the access hole in the flange, slide the coupling together and tighten the set screw.

5. Unit Assembly/Disassembly Instructions Contact the factory for an instruction manual.

III. LUBRICATION & MAINTENANCE 1. Factory Filling WINSMITH speed reducers are oil filled at the factory to the proper level for the standard mounting

position as shown in Figures 1 or 2. The oil level should be checked and adjusted (if necessary) prior to operation, using the oil level plug provided and while the unit is oriented in its operating position.

2. Ambient Temperature If the operating ambient temperature is other than 51-95°F, then refer to lubrication chart and refill the unit with the correct grade based on actual ambient temperatures and operating speed. See item 3 for additional information regarding oil changes.

3. Oil Changing When changing oil for any reason, it should be remembered that oils of various types may no be compatible. Therefore, when changing to a different oil, it is recommended that the housing be completely drained and thoroughly flushed with a light flushing oil prior to refilling with the appropriate lubricant. The oil level should be rechecked after a short period of operation and adjusted, if necessary. When changing double reduction models, each housing should be drained and filled independently, even though there may be a common level. A. Initial Oil Change The oil in a new speed reducer should be changed at the end of 250 hours of operation. (30 days for 8 hour per day service, 15 days for 16 hour service, 10 days for 24 hour service). B. Subsequent Oil Changes Under normal conditions, after the initial oil change, the oil should be changed after every 2500 hours of operation, or every six months, whichever occurs first. Under severe conditions (rapid temperature changes, moist, dirty or corrosive environment) it may be necessary to change oil at intervals of one to three months. Periodic examination of oil samples taken from the unit will help establish the appropriate interval. C. Synthetic Oils Synthetic lubricants can be advantageous over mineral oils in that they generally are more stable, have a longer life, and operate over a wider temperature range. These oils are appropriate for any application but are especially useful when units are subjected to low start-up temperatures or high operating temperatures. However, continuous operation above 225°F may cause damage to seals or other components. It is recommended that the initial oil be changed or filtered after the first 1500 hours of operation to remove metal particles that accumulate during break-in. Subsequent oil


STANDARD MOUNTING POSITIONS BASIC TRADITIONAL MODEL MOUNTING

INVERTED MOUNTING

D-90

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TYPE SE ®

ADDITIONAL MOUNTING POSITIONS INPUT SHAFT HORIZONTAL INPUT SHAFT VERTICAL

DB DD DJ DN DT DU WB WT WU

Note: Single Reduction 935 and 943 standard models are supplied with grease fittings on the input shaft to insure bearing lubrication for all mounting positions.

DV

DL

SPECIAL Contact the Factory

Fill Plug

SPECIAL Contact the Factory

DSF

Vent Plug Level Plug

DSN DSR DSU

Drain Plug

Figure 1. Single Reduction Models DOUBLE REDUCTION* WORM/ WORM

DOUBLE REDUCTION* HELICAL / WORM

Grease Fitting Plug locations apply to motorized units also.

Contact the factory when input speeds are less than 1160 RPM to insure proper lubrication.

OTHER ATTACHMENT HOUSING POSITIONS

OTHER ATTACHMENT HOUSING POSITIONS

*Double Reduction units are not universal mounting. Mountings other than standard require a special outline.

Figure 2. Double Reduction Models


changes should be made after 5000 hours operation if units are operating in a clean environment. This can be extended to 10,000 hours if using new reformulated Mobil SHC lubricants (orange in color) and the lubricant remains free of contamination over this period. See comments under 3B for more severe ambient conditions.

4. Long Term Storage or Infrequent Operation If a speed reducer is to stand idle for an extended period of time, either prior to installation or during use, it is recommended that the unit be filled completely with oil to protect interior parts from rust corrosion due to internal condensation. Be sure to drain the oil to the proper level before placing the speed reducer in service. A long term storage option is available on new units. Contact us for details.

5. Grease Fittings Some units are equipped with grease fittings to lubricate bearings not adequately lubricated by the oil splash. These fittings must be lubricated every 3-6 months depending on operating conditions. Bearing greases must be compatible with the type of gear lubricant being used (ie. mineral, synthetic, food grade, etc.) For mineral oils, use a high quality lithium base NLGI #2 bearing grease. For synthetic oils, use a synthetic bearing grease such as Mobil Synthetic Universal grease, Mobilith SHC 100 or a suitable equivalent. For food grade lubricants, use Chevron FM grease, NLGI 2, or equivalent.

6. Low Input Speeds (Under 1160 RPM) When input speeds are less than 1160 RPM, grease fittings will be required to lubricate any bearings not partially covered by the normal oil level. Such units are considered non-standard and necessitate factory modification. If this low speed operating condition exists and units are without the appropriate grease fittings, please contact the factory.

7. Oil Temperature Speed reducers in normal operation can generate temperatures up to 200°F depending on the type of reducer and the severity of the application (loading, duration of service, ambient temperatures). Excessive oil temperatures may be the result of one or more of the following factors:

A. Overloads Overloads may be due to the original unit selection being too small for the application, or increased loads on the speed reducer to a point where its rating is exceeded after it has been in service for a period of time. Always check the speed reducer rating when increasing driven loads or increasing the horsepower rating of the motor or other prime mover. B. Overfilling or Underfilling If a speed reducer is overfilled with oil, the energy used in churning the excessive oil can result in overheating. If this occurs, shut down the drive, remove the oil level plug and allow oil to drain until oil ceases to drain from the level hole, reinstall the oil level plug and restart the drive. If the speed reducer is underfilled, the resultant friction can cause overheating and possible damage. If this occurs, fill the speed reducer to the oil level plug hole and check the gearing for excessive wear. C. Inadequate Cooling In order to dissipate internally generated heat, the speed reducer must be installed in such a way that air can circulate freely. Tightly confined areas (inside cabinets, etc.) should be avoided. If this is not possible, forced air cooling by means of a separate blower should be used.

8. Oil Seals Although WINSMITH uses high quality oil seals and precision ground shafts to provide a superior seal contact surface, it is possible that circumstances beyond WINSMITH’s control can cause oil seal leakage (damage during shipment or installation, etc.). When replacing a shaft oil seal, using the following suggestions will help to insure leak-free operation and long seal life. A. When installing a new seal, cover the keyway and any other surface discontinuity with smooth tape to protect the seal lip from being damaged. B. A sealant should be used between the O.D. of the seal and the I.D. of the bore into which the seal is installed. The seal bore should also be free of any burrs, nicks, or scratches. C. Be sure that the seal is not cocked in the seal bore. The outer face of the seal should be flush with the surface into which it is mounted.


For special applications that involve severe ambient temperature extremes or a seasonal oil requirement, WINSMITH, based on extensive testing and field experience, recommends the use of Mobil SHC synthetic lubricants.

Lubricants Worm Gear Reducers Ambient Temperature

-30 to 15°F

Final Stage Worm Speed* up to 2000 FPM

16 to 50°F

51 to 95°F

51 to 95°F

96 to 131°F

96 to 131°F

up to 2000 FPM

up to 450 FPM

above 450 FPM

up to 450 FPM

above 450 FPM

680

460

680

460*

#7 Compounded***

8 S**

7S**

ISO Viscosity Grade

220

460

AGMA Lubricant No.

5S**

#7 Compounded*** #8 Compounded***

Mobil

SHC 630

600W Super Cylinder Extra Hecla Super

600W Super Cylinder SHC 636

SHC 634

American Lubricants

SHC-90W

AGMA #7 Gear Oil

AGMA #8 Gear Oil

AGMA #7 Gear Oil

N/A

Castrol

Tribol 800/220

Tribol 1105-7C

Tribol 1105-8C

Tribol 1105-7C

Tribol 800/680

Tribol 800/460

Chevron

Tegra 220

Cylinder Oil W460

Cylinder Oil W680

Cylinder Oil W460

Tregra 680

Tegra 460

Conoco

Syncon R & O 220

Inca Oil 460

Inca Oil 680

Inca Oil 460

N/A

Syncon R & O 460

Exxon (Esso)

Teresstic SHP 220

Spartan EP 460

Spartan EP 680

Spartan EP 460

Teresstic SHP 680

Teresstic SHP 460

Fiske Brothers

SPO-MG

SPO-277

SPO-288

SPO-277

N/A

N/A

Shell

Omala RL 220

Valvata J 460

Valvata J 680

Valvata J 460

Omala RL 680

Omala RL 460

Texaco

Pinnacle 220

Vanguard 460

Vanguard 680

Vanguard 460

Pinnacle 680

Pinnacle 460

N/A

***synthetic oil ***3% to 10% fatty or synthetic oils or mild EP additives Lubricant selections are provided by the lubricant manufacturer based on AGMA recommended viscosity grades. Viscosity grades are based on Lubrication Standard ANSI/AGMA 9005-D94.

*The sliding velocity in feet per minute (FPM) for standard ratios is determined by multiplying the speed of the worm in RPM by the factor from the following table. For selecting the proper lubricant, use the speed of the worm in the final stage (input RPM divided by the first stage ratio).

Nominal Ratio SIZE

5

7.5

10

15

20

25

30

40

50

60

80

100 —

910

0.153

0.137

0.133

0.122

0.116

0.132

0.121

0.115

913

0.231

0.189

0.183

0.179

0.171

0.165

0.178

0.169

0.164

0.161

917

0.303

0.229

0.201

0.193

0.180

0.172

0.189

0.176

0.170

0.166

0.161

0.133

920

0.347

0.263

0.225

0.216

0.202

0.191

0.215

0.200

0.188

0.182

0.164

0.161

924

0.412

0.312

0.261

0.256

0.236

0.223

0.249

0.231

0.216

0.210

0.201

0.196

926

0.455

0.345

0.283

0.276

0.254

0.238

0.269

0.249

0.234

0.225

0.215

0.210

930

0.520

0.395

0.327

0.317

0.291

0.273

0.307

0.285

0.269

0.258

0.246

0.241

935

0.607

0.461

0.427

0.412

0.373

0.349

0.403

0.367

0.345

0.330

0.311

0.299

943

0.633

0.588

0.568

0.553

0.507

0.558

0.544

0.501

0.475

0.457

0.435

0.422

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ENGINEERING DATA SEAL AND BEARING DATA D-90® TYPE SE® BEARING AND OIL SEAL CHART HIGH SPEED SEALS SIZE/ REDUCTION 1

PART NUMBER REFERENCE

SOLID2 INPUT

HOLLOW MOTORIZED INPUT

SLOW SPEED SEALS SOLID OUTPUT

HS BEARING

HOLLOW OUTPUT

“L’’ SERIES (DROPBEARING)

FRONT3

REAR

SLOW SPEED BEARINGS (CUP/CONE)

INTERMEDIATE BEARINGS FRONT3

REAR

SOLID OUTPUT

HOLLOW OUTPUT

“L’’4 SERIES (EXTENSION END)

910 Single 910 Single

WS Part No. Mfg. Part No.

30530-G 5 CR5150

30418-G CR9837

3301-G CR5068

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

20269-G 6003

20269-G 6003

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

3333/3332-G A4138/A4050

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

913 Single 913 Single

WS Part No. Mfg. Part No.

30057-G CR 6660

4959-G CR 11124

30040-G CR 7443

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

20118-G 6203

20118-G 6203

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

2463/2462-G LM11910/LM11949

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

917 Single 917 Single

WS Part No. Mfg. Part No.

30118-G JM 10335LPD

30060-G CR 13534

30088-G CR 9935

30406-G CR 14705

N/A N/A

2959-G 6205

2959-G 6205

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

5887/5838-G L44610/L44643

20482/20483-G JL69310/JL69349

N/A N/A

917 Double 917 Double

WS Part No. Mfg. Part No.

30057-G CR 6660

4959-G CR 11124

30088-G CR9935

30406-G CR 14705

N/A N/A

20118-G 6203

20118-G 6203

2959-G 6205

2959-G 6205

5887/5838-G L44610/L44643

20482/20483-G JL69310/JL69349

N/A N/A

920 Single 920 Single

WS Part No. Mfg. Part No.

30118-G JM 10335LPD

30060-G CR 13534

30088-G CR 9935

30127-G CR 19762

N/A N/A

2959-G 6205

20194-G 6304

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

5887/5838-G L44610/L44643

20075/20204-G JLM104910/LM104949

N/A N/A

920 Double 920 Double

WS Part No. Mfg. Part No.

30057-G CR 6660

4959-G CR 11124

30088-G CR 9935

30127-G CR 19762

N/A N/A

20118-G 6203

20118-G 6203

2959-G 6205

20194-G 6304

5887/5838-G L44610/L44643

20075/20204-G JLM104910/LM104949

N/A N/A

924 Single 924 Single

WS Part No. Mfg. Part No.

30120-G CR 13918

30047-G CR 17285

30025-G CR 12458

3313-G CR 22354

N/A N/A

20140-G 6207

20140-G 6207

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

20062/20061-G LM67010/LM67048

5686/5685-G 382A/387

N/A N/A

924 Double (D) WS Part No. 924 Double (D) Mfg. Part No.

30118-G JM 10335LPD

30060-G CR 13534

30025-G CR 12458

3313-G CR 22354

N/A N/A

2959-G 6205

2959-G 6205

20140-G 6207

20140-G 6207

20062/20061-G LM67010/LM67048

5696/5695-G 382A/387

N/A N/A

924 Double (H) WS Part No. 924 Double (H) Mfg. Part No.

30118-G JM 10335LPD

30060-G CR 13534

30025-G CR 12458

3313-G CR 22354

N/A N/A

2959-G 6205

20048-G 6201

20140-G 6207

20140-G 6207

20062/20061-G LM67010/LM67048

5696/5695-G 382A/387

N/A N/A

926 Single 926 Single

30120-G CR 13918

30047-G CR 17285

30025-G CR 12458

30044-G CR 24898

30025-G CR 12458

20140-G 6207

20140-G 6207

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

20062/20061-G LM67010/LM67048

3628/20350-G 394A/390A

4650/776 15245/15123

926 Double (D) WS Part No. 926 Double (D) Mfg. Part No.

30118-G JM 10335LPD

30060-G CR 13534

30025-G CR 12458

30044-G CR 24898

30025-G CR 12458

2959-G 6205

2959-G 6205

20140-G 6207

20140-G 6207

20062/20061-G LM67010/LM67048

3628/20350-G 394A/390A

4650/776 15245/15123

926 Double (H) WS Part No. 926 Double (H) Mfg. Part No.

30118-G JM 10335LPD

30060-G CR 13534

30025-G CR 12458

30044-G CR 24898

30025-G CR 12458

2959-G 6205

20048-G 6201

20140-G 6207

20140-G 6207

20062/20061-G LM67010/LM67048

3628/20350-G 394A/390A

4650/776 15245/15123

930 Single 930 Single

30464-G CR 13986

30047-G CR 17285

30078-G CR 13569

30033-G CR 26186

30032-G CR 14247

20318-G 6208

2958-G 6307

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

20144/20143-G LM48510/LM48548

3628/20577-G 394A/399AS

2888/2889-G 2720/2788

930 Double (D) WS Part No. 930 Double (D) Mfg. Part No.

30118-G JM 10335LPD

30060-G CR 13534

30078-G CR 13569

30033-G CR 26186

30032-G CR 14247

2959-G 6205

20194-G 6304

20318-G 6208

2958-G 6307

20144/20143-G LM48510/LM48548

3628/20577-G 394A/399AS

2888/2889-G 2720/2788

930 Double (H) WS Part No. 930 Double (H) Mfg. Part No.

30118-G JM 10335LPD

30060-G CR 13534

30078-G CR 13569

30033-G CR 26186

30032-G CR 14247

2959-G 6205

20048-G 6201

20318-G 6208

2958-G 6307

20144/20143-G LM48510/LM48548

3628/20577-G 394A/399AS

2888/2889-G 2720/2788

935 Single 935 Single

30025-G CR 12458

30047-G CR 17285

30047-G CR 17285

5649-G CR 28746

5422-G CR 16085

20212/20211-G M88010/M88048

N/A N/A

N/A N/A

20219/20413-G 25520/25580

5648/5647-G 29620/29685

20219/20143-G 25520/25580

935 Double (D) WS Part No. 935 Double (D) Mfg. Part No.

30018-G JM 10335LPD

30060-G CR 13534

30047-G CR 17285

5649-G CR 28746

5422-G CR 16085

2959-G 6205

20194-G 6304

20212/20211-G M88010/M88048

20219/20413-G 25520/25580

5648/5647-G 29620/29685

20219/20143-G 25520/25580

935 Double (H) WS Part No. 935 Double (H) Mfg. Part No.

30018-G JM 10335LPD

30060-G CR 13534

30047-G CR 17285

5649-G CR 28746

5422-G CR 16085

2959-G 6205

20048-G 6201

20212/20211-G M88010/M88048

20219/20413-G 25520/25580

5648/5647-G 29620/29685

20219/20143-G 25520/25580

943 Single 943 Single

WS Part No. Mfg. Part No.

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30090-G CR 16680

20301/20302-G HM88616/HM88649

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20153/20152-G 52618/52400

20206/2936-G 3720/3780

943 Double (D) WS Part No. 943 Double (D) Mfg. Part No.

30120-G CR 13918

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30583-G CR 38692

30090-G CR 16680

20140-G 6207

20140-G 6207

20301/20302-G HM88616/HM88649

20206/2936-G 3720/3780

20153/20152-G 52618/52400

20206/2936-G 3720/3780

943 Double (H) WS Part No. 943 Double (H) Mfg. Part No.

30120-G CR 13918

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3309-G CR 19831

30583-G CR 38692

30090-G CR 16680

20140-G 6207

20119-G 6204

20301/20302-G HM88616/HM88649

20206/2936-G 3720/3780

20153/20152-G 52618/52400

20206/2936-G 3720/3780

WS Part No. Mfg. Part No.

WS Part No. Mfg. Part No.

WS Part No. Mfg. Part No.

1. (D)= Double Worm combination, (H) =Helical/Worm combination. 2. Including coupling style motorized. 3. Not used on hollow input models. 4. For non extension end slow speed bearings see solid output column. 5. Coupling style motorized seal, W/S P/N 3301, CR 5068.

CR = Chicago Rawhide JM = Johns Manville

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Keep all shields, guards and rodded lids in place. WARNING: Never attempt to make any adjustments while the machine is running.

B.

Stop all motors before leaving operators position to make adjustments, lubricate, clean or unclog the equipment , unless otherwise specifically recommended in the manual

C.

Wait for all movement to stop before servicing machine

D.

Keep hands, feet and clothing away from power driven parts and rolls

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Lubricate all zerk grease fittings at least once every 4 hours of operation. Use LE 4025 (#048) food machinery lubricant or equal.

2.

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AJAX SHAKER A. Do not add more oil to a new unit. It is shipped from A&K with the correct amount for 500 hours of operation. B. At the end of the first 500 hours of operation, drain out all the old oil and replace with the correct amount of new oil as noted on the nameplate. Change oil every 1500 hours thereafter. C. Shaker should be regularly inspected for oil leakage through the shaft seal or gaskets. Should a leak appear, resolve the problem immediately. D. Lubricating a shaker is similar to lubricating an automobile transmission; too much oil can cause leakage or over-heating and too little oil will cause wear. Use motor oil grade SAE 30. E. Do not overfill shaker with oil. Pipe plugs are not oil level guides. #10 Ajax – Use twelve (12) ounces or 350 ml. #12 Ajax – Use sixteen (16) ounces or 500 ml. #12 Heavy Ajax – Use sixteen (16) ounces or 500 ml.


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DESCRIPTION POST PIN HOLDER, DISCHARGE (THRD. ADJ. ONE HOLE) ZINC PLATED POST PIN HOLDER, DISCHARGE (NO HOLE) ZINC PLATED WELD ON UPRIGHT & PIN HOLDERS, DISCHARGE MILD STEEL SWEET & SEED CLAMPING PLATE DISCHARGE

003B-1

POST PIN HOLDER INFEED (THRD. ADJ. ONE HOLE) ZINC PLATED HIGH SEED

003C-1

POST PIN HOLDER INFEED (NO HOLE) ZINC PLATED - SEED

003D

WELD ON UPRIGHT & PIN HOLDERS, INFEED SWEET & SEED

004

CLAMPING PLATE INFEED

005

BEARING SUPPORT PIN – S/S

005B

BEARING SUPPORT PIN STEEL - MILD STEEL PLATED

006

CAM LOCK WASHER 7/16” (SOLD IN PAIRS ONLY)

007

STRAIGHT GREASE ZERK 1/8”

008A

BRONZE BUSHING REAMED 1-1/4” INFEED & DISCHARGE

008C

BUSHING PLUGGED TUFFLOCK – DISCHARGE

008D

BUSHING TUFFLOCK 1-1/4” – INFEED

008I

INFEED BUSHING THREADED

008J

THREADED CAP FOR INFEED BUSHING WITH RACE

008K

RACES

009

ROLL TENSING BOLT SERIES I - S/S 4”

009A

ROLL TENSING BOLT S/S – 2-1/2”

1/2-13

009B

ROLL TENSING BOLT S/S – 3-1/4”

1/2-13

010

1/2” NUT S/S FOR ROLL TENSING BOLT 1/2-13


HUSKER PART NO. 014 014BS 015 015BS 016 016BS 024 024A

DESCRIPTION DRIVE SHAFT LONG STANDARD 1-1/2” SPUR GEAR SERIES I –72-1/4” DRIVE SHAFT LONG BULLET LOCK 2” SPUR GEAR – 72-1/4” DRIVE SHAFT MEDIUM STANDARD 1-1/2” SPUR GEAR SERIES I – 70-3/4” DRIVE SHAFT MEDIUM BULLET LOCK 2” SPUR GEAR – 70-3/4” DRIVE SHAFT SHORT STANDARD 1-1/2” SPUR GEAR SERIES I – 66-5/8” DRIVE SHAFT SHORT BULLET LOCK 2” SPUR GEAR – 66-5/8” CLAMPING COLLAR THREAD BRASS 1-1/2” – SWEET SOCKET HEAD CAP SCREW 1/4-28 X 3/4” S/S (FOR CLAMPING COLLAR)

025

CLAMPING COLLAR THREAD M/S PLATED

026

SPUR GEAR 1-1/2” (11-TOOTH) SERIES I

026B

SET SCREW ALLEN HEAD 3/8” NC X 3/4” S/S

027

SPUR GEAR 2” (11-TOOTH) SERIES II

029

CLAMPING COLLAR SMOOTH BORE 1-1/4” S/S HIC-125S

030

HEX HEAD BOLT 3/4” X 16 UNF X 2-1/2” INFEED – M/S PLATED

030A

HEX HEAD BOLT 3/4” X 16 UNF X 3” DISCHARGE – M/S PLATED

030B

HEX NUT 3/4” X 16 UNF JAM NUT DISCHARGE M/S PLATED

031 031A 032 032A 033 034A

KEY SQUARE 1/4 X 1/4 X 1-1/4” STANDARD KEY SQUARE 5/16” X 5/16” X 1” KEY WOODRUFF 5/16” X 1-1/4” (USED W/#26 SPUR GEAR) SERIES I KEY WOODRUFF 5/16” X 1-1/4” HARDENED FOR BULLET LOCK ONLY SERIES II HEX HEAD BOLT 7/16” X 1-7/8” NC PLATED – SPECIAL BOLT LENGTH TORQUE TO 55-60 FT LBS FLAT WASHER FOR HOLD DOWN PIN 3/8” X 1-5/8” BRASS


HUSKER PART NO. 034M

DESCRIPTION FLAT WASHER FOR HOLD DOWN PIN 3/8” X 1-5/8” M/S PLATED

035

SPLIT RING LOCK WASHER 7/16” PLATED

036

HEX HEAD BOLT 7/16” X 1-1/4” NC PLATED

037

GREASE FITTING BRASS 90° STREET “L” SERIES II

038

GREASE FITTING (BRASS) 90° M/F 49 X 3 SERIES I

039

GREASE FITTING (BRASS) FLARED TO FEMALE 1110 X 3 SERIES I

040

GREASE FITTING (BRASS) STRAIGHT FOR ZERK BLOCK SERIES I

041L

LH INTAKE BUSHING HOUSING BRASS (ASSEMBLED W/BRG 078A)

041R

RH INTAKE BUSHING HOUSING BRASS (ASSEMBLED W/BRG 078)

042

SPLIT SPROCKET 1-1/4” KEYWAY 28 TOOTH DOUBLE KEYWAY 16-LN

042-PC

SPLIT COUPLER 1-1/4” BORE, 1/4” DOUBLE KEYWAY (HALF COUPLING) GEARBOX SPLIT SPROCKET 1-1/4” BORE 5/16” KEYWAY (28 TOOTH)

043 043-PC 044 044-PC 045B 045-PC

SPLIT COUPLER 1-1/4” BORE, 5/16” KEYWAY DRIVE SHAFT ROLL SPROCKET 1-1/4” BORE 1/4” KEY (28 TOOTH) SPLIT COUPLER 1-1/4” BORE, 1/4 “ KEYWAY GEARBOX COUPLER CHAIN #4O DOUBLE STRAND 27 PITCHES W/MASTER LINK BLACK SEED SPYDER COUPLER

046B

MASTER LINK – BLACK 40-2

046A

MASTER LINK – NICKEL PLATED – SWEET 40-2R NP

047

THRUST WASHER BRONZE OIL TITE (RECOMMEND TUFFLOCK)

048

FOOD GRADE LUBRICANT LE 4025 (PER TUBE)

050

THRUST WASHER TUFFLOCK 1/16” X 1-1/4” X 2-1/2”


HUSKER PART NO. 052 052A 053 053A

DESCRIPTION DISCHG. OSCILLATOR BUSHING HOUSING MOUNT – SERIES II M/S PLATED DISCHG. OSCILLATOR BUSHING MOUNT M/S PLATED 13-3/8” FOR FULL TRANSFER CONVEYOR RH DISCHARGE BUSHING HOUSING ALUM. – NO WEAR COLLAR (072A ASSEMBLY) RH DISCHARGE BUSHING HOUSING BRASS – NO WEAR COLLAR

054

LH DISCHARGE BUSHING HOUSING ALUM. – NO WEAR COLLAR

054A

LH DISCHARGE BUSHING HOUSING BRASS – NO WEAR COLLAR

055

WEAR COLLAR S/S TO BE USED ON PART 53, 53A,54,54A,74B,75B (NOT THREADED) 1-5/8 ID 2-1/2 ODX 1/2 SOCKET HEAD CAP SCREW S/S FOR PART #055 1/4-28 X 3/4"

055A 056

LOCKING BOLT RETAINER

057

RUBBER GREASE LINE 20”

058

RUBBER GREASE LINE 16”

059

FLAT WASHER PLATED 1/2” PLATED

060

LOCK WASHER 1/2” PLATED

061

HEX JAM NUT 1/2” X 13 UNC PLATED S/S

062

ALL THREAD 1/2” X 13 UNC X 4-1/2” W/LOCKED NUT (GEARBOX) PLATED

063

ZERK BLOCK MANIFOLD 4 STATIONS ALUMINUM

064

ZERK BLOCK MANIFOLD 8 STATIONS ALUMINUM

065

REPLACEMENT BLADE FOR SPIRAL ALUM. CUTTING ROLL & SCREWS 1/2” 8-32 x 5/16" SCREWS SPRAY NOZZLE 1/8” BORE BRASS; 3/16-LN, 4/8-LN, 6/12-LN & 8/16-LN

066 071 072 072A

REPLACEMENT BLADE FOR SPIRAL ALUM. CUTTING ROLL & SCREWS 5/16” – PH-221-008 8-32 X 5/16" SCREWS ASSEMBLED DISCHARGE BEARING HOUSING – OPEN SEED RH ALUM. BUSHING - W/COLLAR/SWIVEL (053 + 087 + 008A + 055) ASSEMBLED DISCHARGE BEARING HOUSING – OPEN SEED RH BRASS BUSHING - W/COLLAR/SWIVEL (053A + 087 + 008A + 055)


HUSKER PART NO. 073 073A 077 078 078A 083 084A

DESCRIPTION ASSEMBLED DISCHARGE BEARING HOUSING – OPEN SEED LH ALUM. BUSHING - W/COLLAR/SWIVEL (054 + 087 + 008A + 055) ASSEMBLED DISCHARGE BEARING HOUSING – OPEN SEED LH BRASS BUSHING - W/COLLAR/SWIVEL (054A + 087 + 008A + 055) INFEED OSCILLATOR BUSHING MOUNT M/S ASSY. INFEED BUSHING HOUSING RH BRASS BUSHING/SWIVEL SWEET/SEED/HUSKER (041R + 087 + 008A) ASSY. INFEED BUSHING HOUSING LH BRASS BUSHING/SWIVEL SWEET/SEED/HUSKER (041L + 087 + 008A) BULLET LOCK LONG SHAFT 5-5/8” CITRUS/CORN BULLET LOCK MEDIUM & SHORT SHAFT 3-1/2” CORN

085

LUBE LINE HOSE (PER FOOT) RUBBER #119100 TRC-150

086

LINCOLN FITTING FOR LUBE HOSE 1 PER END

087

MALE/FEMALE SWIVEL 1404-2-2-1/2 HEX

091

LH ROLL REMOVING DEVICE FOR ALUM. ROLLS + URETHANE SPIRAL

092

RH ROLL REMOVING DEVICE FOR ALUM. ROLLS + URETHANE SPIRAL

093

RUBBER ROLL REMOVING DEVICE

098

BUSHING TUFFLOCK W/GREASE GROOVE INFEED SEED CORN FOR #110

099

BUSHING TUFFLOCK PLUGGED DISCH. W/GREASE GROOVE SEED CORN

100

MOTOR OSCILLATOR DRIVE 1 HP, 1725 RPM, 230/460V VWDM3546

101

GEARBOX OSCILLATOR DRIVE (WINSMITH) RH 920MDNS078X0B7

101A

GEARBOX OSCILLATOR DRIVE (WINSMITH) LH 920MDNS079X0B7 (12 & 16 LN) OSCILLATOR BOX SEAL KIT

101B 102

SET SCREW 1/4”-20 X 1/2”

103

OSCILLATOR DRIVE CAM

104

ZERK FITTING 90° 1/8” PIPE


HUSKER PART NO. 105

DESCRIPTION OSCILLATOR DRIVE CAM HOUSING

106

RETAINER PLATE OSCILLATOR CAM

107

MALE CLEVIS VCM-8

108

FEMALE CLEVIS - AURORA #VCW-8

110 112

BUSHING HOUSING ALUM. 2” I.D. SEED CORN – ZERK HOLE (NOTE POSITION & INFEED OR DISCHARGE) (BSH IS PART #098 & 099) INNER OSCILLATOR ASSEMBLY, SERIES I

113

LH OSCILLATOR ASSEMBLY, SERIES I

114

RH OSCILLATOR ASSEMBLY, SERIES I

115

LOCK WASHER 5/16”

116

HEX HEAD BOLT 5/16”-18 UNC X 1”

117

READY ROD 1/2”-20 UNF X 11” SERIES I

118

HEX NUT 1/2”-20 UNF

119

LOCK WASHER 1/2” PLATED

120

HEX HEAD BOLT 1/2”-13 UNC X 1-1/4”

121

CAM LOCK WASHER 5/16” (SOLD IN PAIRS ONLY)

122

CRADLE STRAP S/S

123

CRADLE BELT

123A

CRADLE BACKING PLATES, SERIES 1, GEAR COVER EXTENSION

124

SCREW CRADLE 10-24 X 1/2” SOCKET HEAD PATCH LOCK S/S

125

LOCK WASHER 1/4”

126

HEX HEAD BOLT 1/4”-20 X 1/2”

127

LOCK WASHER 3/8”


HUSKER PART NO. 128

DESCRIPTION HEX HEAD BOLT 3/8”-16 UNC X 3/4"

129

HEX HEAD BOLT 3/8”-16 UNC X 1”

130

1/4” FLAT WASHER S/S

131

3/8” FLAT WASHER S/S

132

CAM LOCK WASHER 3/8” (SOLD IN PAIRS ONLY)

134

LOCK TOOTH WASHER 3/8”

135

READY ROD 1/2” – 20 UNF X 6-1/2 SERIES II – M/S PLATED

136

READY ROD 1/2” – 20 UNF X 7-1/2 SERIES II – M/S PLATED

137

MAIN OSCILLATOR, SERIES II – M/S PLATED

138

L.H. OSCILLATOR, SERIES II – M/S PLATED

139

R.H. OSCILLATOR, SERIES II – M/S PLATED

140

CENTER OSCILLATOR DRIVE, SERIES II (16-LANE ONLY) M/S PLATED

145

OSCILLATOR DRIVE PLATE R.H. M/S PLATED

146

OSCILLATOR DRIVE PLATE L.H. M/S PLATED

147

OSCILLATOR DRIVE PLATE CENTER M/S PLATED SERIES I & SERIES II

151

SOCKET HEAD BOLT OSCILLATOR PLATE 3/8” X 3/4” TAPERED PLATED (2 PER PLATE) (OLD STYLE) OSCILLATOR TENSION SCREW 3/8 X 3/4 HEX TAPERED – NEW STYLE

152 152F 153 200A 201 202A

OSCILLATOR DRILL FIXTURE HEX HEAD BOLT POINTED 3/8” X 3/4” GRADE 5 (2 PER PLATE) OLD STYLE MOTOR 7-1/2, RPM 1200 RPM MOTOR 5 HP, 1200 RPM, 60 HZ 220/440V, 3 PHASE (SEED CORN) LOWER DRIVE SHEAVE 3.8


HUSKER PART NO. 202B

DESCRIPTION LOWER DRIVE SHEAVE 4.6"

203

V-BELT, B-68

204

V-BELT, B-70

204A

V-BELT, B-71

205

UPPER DRIVE SHEAVE 11.0 2 ROW

207

EXTENDED SPROCKET WITH 1/4” KEYWAY (16-TOOTH), SERIES I

208

SPROCKET WITH 1/4” KEYWAY (16-TOOTH)

209

ROLLER CHAIN W/MASTER LINK DOUBLE STRAND (15 PITCHES) - PLATED

209C

MASTER LINK – BLACK

209B

ROLLER CHAIN W/MASTER LINK BLACK 15 PITCH

210

GEARBOX STRAIGHT THRU (T-BOX)

210E

SEAL SMALL INPUT #300020 (CURTIS)

210K

SEAL LARGE OUTPUT#300251 (CURTIS)

211

GEARBOX RIGHT ANGLE (L-BOX)

211J

SEAL SMALL INPUT CR12350 (HUB CITY) (2 REQUIRED)

211U

SEAL LARGE OUTPUT CR12614 (HUB CITY)

211V

GASKET SHIM .002 RED 0223-04897-066 (HUB CITY)

211W

GASKET SHIM .005 BLUE 0223-04898-066 (HUB CITY)

212

GASKET 390021 .015 (CURTIS)

213

GASKET 390039 .005 (CURTIS)

214

GASKET 390195 .003 (CURTIS)

215

BREATHER PLUG CAPPED


HUSKER PART NO. 216

DESCRIPTION REDUCER FOR #215 1/2” PIPE TO 1/8” PIPE

216A

BUSHING 3.8 SHEAVE 1-3/8” BORE

216B

BUSHING 4.6 SHEAVE 1-3/8” BORE

216C

BUSHING 5.6 SHEAVE 1-3/8” BORE

217

BUSHING ROLL DRIVE SHEAVE 11.0 1-14” BORE

221

KEY SQUARE 3/8” X 3/8” X 3”

222

MOTOR 7-1/2 HP, 1170 (1200) RPM, 60 HZ, 230/460, 3 PHASE HUSKER

223

BUSHING 3.8 SHEAVE 1-5/8” BORE

224

BUSHING 4.6 SHEAVE 1-5/8” BORE

225

BUSHING 5.6 SHEAVE 1-5/8” BORE

226

MAILBOX SPROCKET GUARD M/S R.H.

227

MAILBOX SPROCKET GUARD M/S L.H.

228

SPROCKET GUARD BETWEEN GEARBOXES (DOG HOUSE) M/S

250

GEAR COVER EXTENSION S/S - 4/8-LANE, 6/12-LANE, 3/6-LANE, SERIES I

251

GEAR COVER & GEAR COVER EXTENSION, SERIES II CENTER – BAT WING (2) FOR 16-LANE (1) FOR 12 & 8 GEAR COVER & GEAR COVER EXTENSION, SERIES II OUTER BAT WING (2) FOR 16-LANE (1) FOR 8 & 12 LANES

252

253

GEAR COVER & GEAR COVER EXTENSION, SERIES II INNER (4) 16 & 12 LANE (2) 8-LANE

254

GEARBOX ADJ. BLOCK M/S PLATED

255

FINGER GUARD 5/16 X 4-1/2 ALL THREAD M/S PLATED

256H

DRIVE SHAFT – SHORT – HUGHES

257H

DRIVE SHAFT – LONG – HUGHES


HUSKER PART NO. 260H

DESCRIPTION DISCHARGE BUSHING HUGHES – TWO EACH PER HOUSING

261

MICRO SWITCH (DISCHARGE LID) 1 OR 2

262

MICRO SWITCH(INFEED & MAIN LID) 3

275

RODDED LID LATCH (3 REQUIRED) M/S PLATED

276

RODDED LID TWO-PART CLAMPING COLLAR M/S PLATED

278

SHOULDER BOLT FOR #275 LATCH M/S

279

LATCH STOP RODDED LID 1/4”

0223-01-256-066 REBUILD KIT FOR T & L STYLE GEARBOX CONTAINS: 4 - 0223-04897 - SHIM, RED .002 4 - 0223-04898 - SHIM. BLUE .005 1 - 8-47-16-01-033 - WASHER 3/4 X 1-1/2 X 1/8 1 - 8-47-16-14-004 - NUT, LOCK 3/4" NF 2 - 8-47-17-06-005 - KEY, WOODRUFF 1/4 X 1 3 - 8748009070 - O-RING -044 1 - 8631261004 - PLUG, PIPE SOCKET 1/2 NPT 2 - 8742125010 - SEAL, HUB CITY 12350 PHC-03-07

1 - 8742128904 - SEAL, HUB CITY 12614 MOTOR MOUNT PIVOT PIN

PHC-06-01D

INNER BEARING MOUNT – OSCILLATOR M/S PLATED

PHC-06-02A

RH BEARING MOUNT ASSEMBLY RH M/S PLATED


HUSKER PART NO. PHC-06-02A-2

DESCRIPTION TAB FOR MOUNT ASSEMBLY M/S

PHC-06-02E

UPPER OSCILLATOR ARM UPRIGHT LH M/S PLATED

PH-081-161

INFEED CROSS BAR OSCILLATOR MOUNT


SHAKER FEEDER PART NO. 300

DESCRIPTION MOTOR 1-1/2 HP, 1725 RPH, 60 HZ, 230/460V, 3 PHASE

301

SHAKER GEARBOXMODEL #10 DF AJAX SHAKER STD. - 8-LANE

302 303

DRIVE SHEAVE, VARIABLE PITCH (USE WITH PART #300 & 307) IVP4.4 X 7/8 DRIVEN SHEAVE (1-V 8.6” SHEAVE)

304

V-BELT, TYPE B-50

305

SHAKER ARM, COMPLETE WITH SPRING & BOLTS

305C 306

HARDWARE FOR SHAKER ARM - SEED NO. 6R20-063 M/S PLATED STANDARD BOLTS BUSHING FOR #303 (SDS V 3/4 QD) (8-LANE ONLY)

307

MOTOR 1-1/2 HP, 1725 RPM, 60 HZ, 575V, 30

308

MOTOR 1-1/2 HP, 1425 RPM, 50 HZ, 190/380V, 220/400 (#300)

309

DRIVE SHEAVE VARIABLE PITCH – USE WITH PART #308 (USE #302)

310

SHAKER GEARBOXMODEL #12 MF AJAX SHAKER STD. - 16-LANE

310A

12MF6 STUB SHAFT

310B

12MF7 DRIVE SHAFT

311

BUSHING FOR PART #303 SDS X 7/8” OD (12-LANE ONLY)

312

FROG FOR SHAKER PAN S/S

313

LOWER SPRING – HEAVY FOR AJAX SHAKER ARM #10203

314

UPPER SPRING – LIGHT FOR AJAX SHAKER ARM #10206

314A

STEP WASHER FOR LIGHT SPRING

315

GEARBOX SHAKER #12 MFH HEAVY

316

SHAKER GEARBOX MODEL #10 HEAVY AJAX SHAKER 10 DFH - 12-LANE

317

OVERCENTER LATCH CLAMP – SNOUT (DE-STA-CO #341)

317A 318

WELD ON CLAMP BRACKET SNOUT SECURING BRACKET W/HOOK (DRAWING FS-220-048)


SHAKER FEEDER PART NO. 319

DESCRIPTION HOOK FOR SNOUT SECURING BRACKET (PART OF #341)

320

MOTOR 1/4 HP, 170 RPM, 60 HZ, 230/460V, 3 PHASE – NUBBIN

321

MOTOR 1/4 HP, 142 RPM, 50 HZ, 190/580V, 3 PHASE – NUBBIN

322

SPRAY NOZZLE FOR NUBBIN ELIMINATOR

323

ROLL SHAFT FOR 13-LANE UNIT (FOR NUBBIN ELIMINATOR)

324

ROLL SHAFT FOR 20 LANE UNIT (FOR NUBBIN ELIMINATOR)

325

ROLL SHAFT FOR 28-LANE UNIT (FOR NUBBIN ELIMINATOR)

326

SCALPER ROLLS

327

LIVE ROLLER SHAFT

328

DRIVE COUPLER (LIVE ROLL)

329

1/2 HP TENV MOTOR BALDOR

330

ELECTRA 217 30:1 1-1/4” HOLLOW SHAFT GEARBOX

331

1/2 HP ELECTRIC MOTOR TENV 60 HZ 230/460 VOLT 3 PHASE

332

1/2 HP ELECTRIC MOTOR TENV 50 HZ 190/380 VOLT 3 PHASE

333

QE675 H-2 AJAX DRIVE

334

QE51H AJAX DRIVE - NUBBIN ELIMINATOR

335

BUSHING FOR SHAKER ARM (RENOLD #10126)

336

LOCATING WASHER FOR HEAVY SPRING (URETHANE)

337

FS-106-01

GR20-063 3/4-10 X 3-1/2 S/S BOLT (MACHINE WORK) PIVOT ARM ROUNDED HEAD HOLDS SNOUT TO PAN GR20-063A STAR WASHER HOLDS SNOUT TO PAN GR20-063B 3/4-10 S/S NUT HOLDS SNOUT TO PAN SHAKER SNOUT 41-5/8” S/S (6-LANE SERIES I)

FS-108-01

SHAKER SNOUT 8-LANE SERIES I 54-1/8”

FS-108-09

SHAKER PAN SHIM

337A 337B


SHAKER FEEDER PART NO. FS-108-20

DESCRIPTION CONVERSION DISCHARGE CHUTE ASSEMBLY

FS-208-01-MS SHAKER SNOUT 41-5/8” M/S (8 OR 16-LANE) FS-208-01-SS SHAKER SNOUT 41-5/8” S/S (8 OR 16-LANE) FS-212-01

SHAKER SNOUT 63-5/8” S/S (12 LANE SERIES II)

FS-212-01-MS SHAKER SNOUT 63-5/8” M/S (12-LANE SERIES II) FS-220-043

BRACKET ARM FOR #305

FS-220-044S SNOUT SUPPORT BOLT FS-220-062S OUTER PIVOT


METERING CONVEYOR PART NO.

400

DESCRIPTION

400B

MOTOR 1/2 HP, D.C. 90V ARM 50/100V (110V, LINE) FIELD USA - SWEET MOTOR, CD3451 180V (INTERNATIONAL) SWEET W/RIM CAP

400C

MOTOR, CDP3326 180V SEED (INTERNATIONAL)

401 401B

34-6281Z100

GEARBOX, HOLLOW SHAFT – WINSMITH (USE PART #401B & 401C)

402B

GEARBOX 930MDSD069XON4 RIGHT SIDE 500:1 URDL COUNTER CLOCKWISE GEARBOX 930MDSD070X0N4 LEFT SIDE 500:1 ULDER CLOCKWISE VARIABLE SPEED CONTROLLER (MM23401C) D.C. 60 HZ OR 50 HZ, LINE 115V 90V MIN/130V MAX (USE WITH PART #400) – (MINARIK) POWER MODULE 120V (#2319) (VARIABLE SPEED “150L”)

402C

CIRCUIT BOARD (#301302) (VARIABLE SPEED “150L”)

402D

CIRCUIT BOARD (MN23001A) (MINARIK) #MM23001C BOARD + POT

401C 402

403

BUSHING HOUSING ALUMINUM, 2” BORE

404

BUSHING TUFFLOCK SAME AS PART #111

NOTE: CONVEYOR BELTING IS MEASURED CENTER LINE TO CENTER LINE OF CONVEYOR PULLEY 405A CONVEYOR BELTING V-GUIDE 36” WIDE X 8’ – 8” NEL (SHORT - 6, 12, 16 LANE) 405B CONVEYOR BELTING V-GUIDE 36” WIDE X 11’ – 0” LONG (STANDARD - 6, 12, 16 LANE) 405C MEAT CLEAT CONVEYOR BELT V-GUIDE 35-1/2” WIDE X 11’ – 0” NEL (CITRUS 16-LANES) 405D MEAT CLEAT CONVEYOR BELT V-GUIDE 59-1/2” WIDE X 11’ – 0” NEL (CITRUS 12-LANE) 406A CONVEYOR BELTING V-GUIDE 42” WIDE X 8’ – 8” NEL (SHORT 8-LANE) 406B CONVEYOR BELTING V-GUIDE 42” WIDE X 11’ – 0” NEL (STANDARD 8-LANE) 406C CONVEYOR BELTING V-GUIDE 54” WIDE X 8’ – 8” NEL 406D

CONVEYOR BELTING V-GUIDE 54” WIDE X 11’ – 0” NEL

406E

PRICE PER FOOT M/C BELT A-SECTION V-GUIDE 42”

406F

PRICE PER FOOT M/C BELT A-SECTION V-GUIDE 36”

406G

CONVEYOR BELTING V-GUIDE CRESCENT TOP 60” WIDE X 12’ 2” LONG


METERING CONVEYOR PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

407

RUBBER ISOLATOR BUSHING – MICINNION #ES3544

408

MOTOR, D.C. 1/2 HP, 180V ARM, 100/200V FIELD

409

VARIABLE SPEED CONTROLLER – D.C. – 60 HZ OR 50 HZ, LINE 230V 195V MN-260V MAX (USE WITH PART #408) MNARIK 1 HP AC MOTOR CITRUS/SEED & SWEET

410 411

414

GEARBOX HOLLOW SHAFT 1-1/8” INPUT 25”1 OR 20”1 #100 SHINKO 400 ELECTRA GEAR - CROSS-OVER FOR SHINKO GEARBOX HOLLOW SHAFT 1-1/8” INPUT 25”1 OR 20:1 #80 SHINKO 100 ELECTRA GEAR - CROSS-OVER FOR SHINKO ELECTRA GEAR – HELICAL COIL GEAR BOX – MODEL H30MHIC1430/DF 30:1 1-7/16 SHAFT MOUNT RETAINER SLEEVE TUFFLOCK NEW (REPLACES PART #413)

415

S/S SLEEVE – BEARING SURFACE FOR PULLEY SHAFT #MC203001

416

SPACER COLLAR FOR CONVEYOR PULLEYS D.C. 1-5/8” DIA

417

1/2” CAM LOCK WASHER (SOLD IN PAIRS)

418

CONVEYOR TAIL END PULLEY 54” WIDE X 6” DIA 12-LANE SERIES II PAINTED 1-7/16 SHAFT CONVEYOR TAIL END PULLEY 54” WIDE X 6” DIA 12-LANE SERIES II PAINTED 1-7/16" SHAFT CONVEYOR DRIVE PULLEY 54” WIDE X 6” DIA 12-LANE SERIES II PAINTED

412 413

418A 419 419A

CONVEYOR DRIVE PULLEY 54” WIDE X 6” DRIVE PAINTED

419B

CONVEYOR DRIVE PULLEY 54” WIDE X 6” DRIVE LAGGED

420

CONVEYOR TAIL END PULLEY 42” WIDE X 6” DIA 8-LANE PAINTED

420A

CONVEYOR TAIL END PULLEY 42” WIDE X 6” DIA 8-LANE PAINTED

421

CONVEYOR DRIVE PULLEY 42” WIDE X 6” DIA 8-LANE PAINTED

421A

CONVEYOR DRIVE PULLEY 42” WIDE X 6” DIA 8-LANE PAINTED

421B

CONVEYOR DRIVE PULLEY 42” WIDE X 6” DIA 8-LANE LAGGED

422

SPROCKET #5016 1-7/16” BORE (16-TOOTH) WITH KEYWAY

423

DOUBLE COUPLING 50 CHAIN (16 LINKS W/MASTER)

424

CONVEYOR TAIL END PULLEY 36” WIDE X 6” DIA. 12-LANE PAINTED


METERING CONVEYOR PART NO.

424A 425

DESCRIPTION

CONVEYOR TAIL END PULLEY 36” WIDE X 6” DIA 12-LANE PAINTED CONVEYOR DRIVE END PULLEY 36” WIDE X 6” DIA. 12-LANE PAINTED

425A

CONVEYOR DRIVE END PULLEY 36” WIDE X 6” DIA PAINTED

425B

CONVEYOR DRIVE END PULLEY 36” WIDE X 6” DIA LAGGED

426

BUSHING HOUSING BRASS 2” BORE D.C. (DRILLED & TAPPED FOR ZERK)

427 428

BUSHING BRASS 1-5/8” BORE D.C. PRE-REAMED 1-5/8 X 2” OD WITH GREASE GROOVE X 2-1/2 LONG SPECIAL 24” WIDE D.C. BELT (PRICE PER FOOT)

429

SPECIAL 30” WIDE D.C. BELT (PRICE PER FOOT)

430

DISTRIBUTION CONVEYOR 10” DIA. X 24” TAIL PULLEY PAINTED

430A

DISTRIBUTION CONVEYOR 10” DIA X 24” TAIL PULLEY PAINTED

431

DISTRIBUTION CONVEYOR 10” DIA. X 24” DRIVE PULLEY LAGGED

431A

DISTRIBUTION CONVEYOR 10” DIA X 24” DRIVE PULLEY LAGGED

432

DISTRIBUTION CONVEYOR 10” DIA. X 30” TAIL PULLEY PAINTED

432A

DISTRIBUTION CONVEYOR 10”DIA X 30” TAIL PULLEY PAINTED

433

DISTRIBUTION CONVEYOR 10” DIA. X 30” DRIVE PULLEY PAINTED

434

DISTRIBUTION CONVEYOR 10” DIA. X 30” DRIVE PULLEY LAGGED

434A

DISTRIBUTION CONVEYOR 10” X 36” DRIVE PULLEY PAINTED

435

DISTRIBUTION CONVEYOR 10” DIA. X 12” TAIL PULLEY PAINTED

435A

DISTRIBUTION CONVEYOR 10” DIA X 12” TAIL PULLEY PAINTED

436

DISTRIBUTION CONVEYOR 10” DIA. X 12” DRIVE PULLEY LAGGED

437

DISTRIBUTION CONVEYOR 10” DIA. X 24” DRIVE PULLEY LAGGED

438

DISTRIBUTION CONVEYOR 10” DIA. X 12” DRIVE PULLEY LAGGED

439

ELEVATOR 12” DIA. X 42” TAIL PULLEY (GALV)

440

ELEVATOR 12” DIA. X 42” DRIVE PULLEY (LAGGED)


METERING CONVEYOR PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

441

ELEVATOR BELT 42” X SPECIAL 3” BEEFY CLEATS

442

THRUST WASHER FOR DISTRIBUTION CONVEYOR 1-5/8” TUFFLOCK

443

UHMW MOLDED SLIDE STRIPS FOR TROUGHING BRACKET (PER FOOT)

444

UHMW RIVETS FOR WEAR STRIPS

445

HANGER BEARING D.C. TAKE-UP BEARINGS (CHECK SHAFT DIA + HOLE THREAD) D.C. HANGER BEARING 1-5/8” X 1” (FYH 1-5/8 UCHA 20926)

445A 446 447

PILLOW BLOCK D.C. (NEED TO GET SHAFT SIZE 2-3/6, 1-15/16, 8-16-04 D.C. SHEAR PIN (BRASS) DC403-01

448

SHEAR WEIGHTS – PAINTED

450

BANNER SENSOR Q45VR2DL – WITH 30’ CORD

451

SENSOR MOUNTING BRACKET – SEED

460

8” X 24” X 1-5/8” LAGGED C-SECTION TAIL

465

8” X 30” X 1-5/8” LAGGED C-SECTION TAIL

470

8” X 12” X 1-5/8” LAGGED C-SECTION DRIVE

475

6” X 12” X 1-5/8” C-SECTION S/S CAPS TAIL

DCRR-26A 26” RETURN ROLLS ONLY DCRR-1-26 26” RETURN ROLL ASSEMBLY NEW STYLE DCRR-30

30” RETURN ROLL OLD STYLE

DCRR-1-30 30” RETURN ROLL NEW STYLE DCRR-36

36” RETURN ROLL OLD STYLE (DRILLED & TAPPED BOTH ENDS)

DCRR-1-36 36” RETURN ROLL NEW STYLE DC-4002

SHEAR POST ASSEMBLY

DC-21307

TIE ROD 3” CYLINDER

DC-21307-N JAM NUT 5/8-18 S/S

1-5/8)


METERING CONVEYOR PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

DC-21318

FIXED SHEAR BENT ALL THREAD

DC-VCB8

L.H. ROD EYE

DC-VCB8-N L.H. S/S JAM NUT DCR21360 60” SHEAR ARM ONLY - RIGHT HAND DCL-21360 60" SHEAR ARM ONLY - LEFT HAND DC-21103

PULLEY TAKE-UP 1”-8 X 16” S/S

DC-21104

PULLEY TAKE-UP 1-1/4-7 X 16” S/S

DC-NUT DC-NUT-1

1”-8 S/S 1-1/4”-7 S/S

HB682CN

210 TC 14:74/1 GEARBOX (6240184-2) 180 TC 14:74/1 GEARBOX (6240184-2) MC206001M DRIVE PULLEY TAKE-UP BOLT – 1”-8 X 9” PS-100

SICK SENSORS #WT2000-R1122 “OLD”

PS-110

COIL FOR B5 POWER SHEAR VALVE – PS2828H53P

PS-113

AIR VALVE MUFFLER SPEED CONTROL

PS-115

AIR VALVE B5 – B5E1BDH53C

PS-125

AIR CYLINDER FOR POWER SHEAR ARM 3” – 3.00DXPSRYX4

PS-125S PS-126

AIR CYLINDER 2” FRL – ONLY


SEED CORN - SERIES II QUANTITY PER UNIT PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

8-LANE

12-LANE

16-LANE

001B-1

Post Pin Holder, Discharge Threaded One Hole Zinc Plated

3

5

6

001C-1

Post Pin Holder, Discharge No Hole Zinc Plated

5

7

10

Clamping Plate Discharge

8

12

16

003B-1

Post Pin Holder Infeed Threaded One Hole Zinc Plated

3

5

6

003C-1

Post Pin Holder Infeed No Hole Zinc Plated

5

7

10

Clamping Plate Infeed

8

12

16

005B

Bearing Support Pin Steel - M/S Plated

32

48

64

006

Cam Lock Washer 7/16" Sold in Pairs

102

144

192

007

Straight Grease Zerk 1/8"

16

24

32

16

24

32

4

4

4

Roll Tensing Bolt 3-1/4"

6

10

12

1/2" Nut for Roll Tensing Bolt

10

14

16

014BS

Drive Shaft Long Bullet Lock 2" Spur Gear

4

6

8

015BS

Drive Shaft Medium Bullet Lock 2" Spur Gear

4

6

8

016BS

Drive Shaft Short Bullet Lock 2" Spur Gear

8

12

16

025

Clamping Collar Threaded M/S Plated

32

48

64

027

Spur Gear 2" - 11 Tooth

16

24

32

031

Key Square 1/4" x 1/4" x 1-1/4" Standard

11

16

32

031A

Key Square 5/16" x 5/16" x 1"

4

6

8

032A

Key Woodruff 5/16" x 1-1/4" Hardened for Bullet Lock Only

16

24

32

Hex Head Bolt 7/16" x 1-7/8" NC Special Bolt

42

62

82

002

004

008A 009A 009B 010

033

Bronze Bushing Reamed 1-1/4" Infeed & Discharge Roll Tensing Bolt 2-1/2" S/S - Recommend 4 @ 2" for 16-Lane Center Rolls Only


PART NO.

8-LANE

12-LANE

16-LANE

Flat Washer for Hold Down Pin 3/8" x 1-5/8" M/S Plated

32

48

64

036

Hex Head Bolt 7/16" x 1-1/4" NC Plated

32

48

64

041L

LH Intake Bushing Housing Brass

8

12

16

041R

RH Intake Bushing Housing Brass

8

12

16

Split Sprocket 1-1/4" Key 28 Tooth Double Keyway

2

0

4

6

8

12

4

6

8

Split Sprocket 1-1/4" Bore 5/16" Keyway 28 Tooth

4

6

8

Split Coupler 1-1/4" Bore, 5/16" Keyway Drive Shaft Roll - Gearbox to Roll Shaft

4

6

8

Sprocket 1-1/4" Bore 1/4" Key 28 Tooth

4

6

8

Coupler Chain #40 Double Strand 27 Pitches W/Master Link Black

5

6

10

045-PC

Spyder Coupler - Gearbox to Roll Shaft

4

6

8

045-PC

Spyder Coupler - Gearbox to Gearbox

3

4

6

Thrust Washer Tufflock 1/6" x 1-1/4" x 2-1/2"

16

24

32

034A

042 042-PC 042-PC 043 043-PC 044 045B

050

DESCRIPTION

Split Coupler 1-1/4" Bore, 1/4" Double Keyway (Half Coupling) Gearbox to Gearbox Split Coupler 1-1/4" Bore, 1/4" Double Keyway (Half Coupling) Gearbox to Roll Shaft

Discharge Oscillator Bushing Housing Mount M/S Plated RH Discharge Bushing Housing Alum. No Wear Collar LH Discharge Bushing Housing Alum. No Wear Collar

3

5

7

8

12

16

8

12

16

055

Wear Collar S/S

16

24

32

077

Infeed Oscillator Bushing Mount M/S

3

5

7

083

Bullet Lock Long Shaft 5-5/8"

4

6

8

Bullet Lock Medium & Short Shafts 3-1/2"

12

18

24

086

Lincoln Fitting for Lube Hose w/single point

66

98

130

087

Male/Female Swivel 1/2" w/single point

66

98

130

098

Bushing Tufflock w/Grease Groove Infeed

5

7

9

052 053 054

084A


PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

8-LANE

12-LANE

16-LANE

099

Bushing Tufflock Plugged Discharge w/Grease Groove

5

7

9

100

Motor Oscillator Drive 1 HP 1725 RPM

1

1

1

101

Gearbox Oscillator Drive RH

1

1

1

101A

Gearbox Oscillator Drive LH

0

1

1

103

Oscillator Drive Cam

1

1

1

105

Oscillator Drive Cam Housing

1

1

1

106

Retainer Plate Oscillator Cam

1

1

1

107

Male Clevis

1

1

1

108

Female Clevis

8

12

16

110

Bushing Housing Alum. 2" ID

10

14

18

122

Cradle Strap M/S Plated

12

18

24

123

Cradle Belt

4

6

8

124

Screw Cradle 10-24 x 1/2" Socket Head Patch Lock S/S

24

36

48

135

Ready Rod 1/2" 20 UNF x 6-1/2 M/S Plated

3

4

4

136

Ready Rod 1/2" 20 UNF x 7-1/2 M/S Plated

1

2

4

137

Main Oscillator M/S Plated

3

5

6

138

L.H. Oscillator M/S Plated

3

5

6

139

R.H. Oscillator M/S Plated

1

1

1

140

Center Oscillator Drive M/S Plated

0

0

1

145

Oscillator Drive Plate R.H. M/S Plated

0

1

1

146

Oscillator Drive Plate L.H. M/S Plated

1

1

1

4

6

7

10

14

18

10

14

18

147 151 153

Oscillator Drive Plate Center M/S Plated Series I & Series II Socket Head Bolt Oscillator Plate 3/8" x 3/4" Tapered Plated - Old Style Hex Head Bolt Pointed 3/8" x 3/4"


PART NO.

8-LANE

12-LANE

16-LANE

Motor 7 1/2 HP 1200 RPM

1

0

2

Motor 5 HP 1200 RPM

1

2

2

202A

Lower Drive Sheave 3.8

1

2

2

202B

Lower Drive Sheave 4.6

1

2

2

203

V-Belt, B-68

2

4

4

205

Upper Shear 11.0 (2) Row)

1

2

2

208

Sprocket w/1/4" Keyway 16-Tooth

4

8

8

209

Roller Chain w/Master Link Double Strand 15 Pitches Plated

2

4

4

210

Gearbox Straight Thru (T-Box)

3

4

6

211

Gearbox Right Angle (L-Box)

1

2

2

215

Breather Plug Capped

4

6

8

216

Reducer for #215 1/2" Pipe to 1/8" Pipe

4

6

8

Bushing 4.6 Sheave 1-3/8" Bore

1

2

2

217

Bushing Roll Drive Sheave 11.0 1-1/4" Bore

1

2

2

221

Key Square 3/8" x 3/8" x 3"

1

2

2

224

Bushing 4.6 Sheave 1-5/8" Bore

1

2

2

300

Motor 1-1/2 HP, 1725 (Shaker)

1

1

1

301

Shaker Gearbox Model #10 DF Ajax

1

0

0

302

Drive Sheave, Variable Pitch Use w/#300 & #307

1

1

1

303

Driven Sheave

1

1

1

304

V-Belt, Type B-50

1

1

1

305

Shaker Arm, Complete with Spring & Bolts

8

8

8

310

Shaker Gearbox #12 MF Ajax Shaker Std.

0

0

1

311

Bushing for #303 SDS x 7/8" OD

1

1

1

200A 201

216B

DESCRIPTION


PART NO.

DESCRIPTION

8-LANE

12-LANE

16-LANE

313

Lower Spring - Heavy for Ajax Shaker Arm

8

8

8

314

Upper Spring - Light for Ajax Shaker Arm

8

8

8

315

Gearbox Shaker #12 MFH Heavy

0

0

1

316

Gearbox Shaker #10 DFH Heavy

0

1

0

317

Overcenter Latch Clamp - Snout

1

2

2

318

Snout Securing Bracket w/Hook

1

2

2

319

Hook for Snout Securing Bracket

1

2

2

400

Metering Conveyor Motor 1/2 HP D.C.

1

1

1

401

Gearbox Hollow Shaft

1

1

1

402

Variable Speed Controller

1

1

1

403

Bushing Housing Alum. 2" Bore

4

4

8

407

Rubber Isolator Bushing

4

4

4