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320XPC Operators Manual Preface

Preface
This manual is provided as a guide to personnel involved with the operation of this rotary blasthole drill. We recom-
mend that such personnel review and become familiar with the general procedures and information contained
within this manual. In addition, we recommend that this manual be kept readily available for reference.

Due to the complexities of mining equipment and the environment in which it operates, situations may arise which
are not directly discussed in detail in this manual. When such a situation arises, past experience, availability of
equipment, and common sense play a large part in what steps are to be taken. In addition, a P&H MinePro Ser-
vices Representative is available to answer your questions and assist you upon request.

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Table of Contents
SECTION 1, Blasthole Drill Safety
1.1 Operator Qualifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.1
1.2 Operator Conduct . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.1
1.3 Functional Checks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2
1.4 Operation Near Electrical Lines Precautions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.2
1.5 Safety Decals and Signs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3
1.5.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3
1.5.2 Hazard Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.3
1.5.3 Safety Hazard Decals and Signs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.4

SECTION 2, Introduction
2.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.1
2.1.1 Part Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.1
2.1.2 Applicability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.1
2.2 Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.1
2.2.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.1
2.2.2 Drill Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.2
2.2.3 Power Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.5
2.2.4 Lower Final Assembly (Undercarriage and Propel) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7
2.2.5 Rotary Carriage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.8
2.2.6 Drill Pipe Storage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.9
2.2.7 Mast, Mast Lock Assembly, and Back Braces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.9
2.2.8 Winch. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.9
2.2.9 Deck Wrenches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.9
2.2.10 Operators Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.9
2.2.11 Hydraulic Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.9
2.2.12 Water Injection System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.10
2.2.13 Automatic Lubrication System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.10
2.2.14 Bailing Air System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.10
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2.2.16 Dust Curtains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i.p.m . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.11
2.2.17 Serial Number Location . . . . . . . q. u ...n
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3.3.1 Magnetek Transmitter Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.26
3.3.2 Control Chief Dual Stick Transmitter Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.28
3.3.3 Control Chief Single Stick Transmitter Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.31

SECTION 4, Graphical User Interface


4.1 Touch Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.2
4.1.1 Keyboard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3
4.1.2 Touch Panel Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3
4.1.3 Installing Software . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4
4.1 Touch Panel Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4
4.1.4 Powering On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4
4.1.5 Display Brightness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4
4.1.6 Powering Off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4
4.2 Touch Panel (GUI) Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.4
4.2.1 Screen Areas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.5

SECTION 5, Pre-Operation Inspection


5.1 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1
5.2 Ground Area Inspection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1
5.2.1 Obstructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1
5.2.2 Electrical Hazards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1
5.2.3 Ground Area Beneath Drill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.1
5.2.4 Grade Angles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2
5.2.5 Bank Hazards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2
5.2.6 Visibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2
5.3 On-ground Drill Inspection. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2
5.3.1 Trail Cable and Power Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2
5.3.2 Cable Reel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2
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6.4.1 Shutdown, Normal Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.5
6.4.2 Shutdown, Emergency Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.5
6.5 Propel Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.6
6.6 Remote Control Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.9
6.7 Towing System (Option) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.9
6.7.1 Description. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.9
6.7.2 Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.9
6.7.3 Towing Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.9
6.8 Leveling Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.16
6.8.1 Automatic Leveling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.16
6.8.2 Automatic Lowering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.17
6.8.3 Manual Leveling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.18
6.8.4 Manual Lowering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.19
6.9 Raising and Lowering the Mast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.19
6.9.1 Raising the Mast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.19
6.9.2 Lowering the Mast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.21
6.10 Drilling Set-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.23
6.10.1 Rotary Carriage Movement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.23
6.10.2 Deck Wrench . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.24
6.10.3 Drill Pipe Installation, First Section . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.25
6.10.4 Stabilizer Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.27
6.10.5 Drill Bit Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.30
6.10.6 Lowering The Bit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.32
6.10.7 Collaring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.33

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SECTION 1, Blasthole Drill Safety

SECTION 2, Introduction
Figure 2-1: Model 320XPC Rotary Blasthole Drill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.2
Figure 2-2: 320XPC Deck Plan (Typical) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.3
Figure 2-3: Model 320XPC Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.4
Figure 2-4: Power Unit (Sullair air compressor shown - Gardner Denver is similar). . . . . . . . 2.5
Figure 2-5: Main Drive Motor. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.6
Figure 2-6: Main Air Compressor (Typical) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7
Figure 2-7: Undercarriage and Propel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.7
Figure 2-8: Rotary Carriage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.8

SECTION 3, Controls and Indicators


Figure 3-1: Operators Controls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.1
Figure 3-2: Left Hand Joystick Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.2
Figure 3-3: Right Hand Joystick Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.6
Figure 3-4: Left Console Main Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.9
Figure 3-5: Left Console HVAC and Lower Panel (Typical) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.12
Figure 3-6: Left Console GUI and Gauge Panels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.14
Figure 3-7: Right Console Main Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.16
Figure 3-8: Right Console Main Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.19
Figure 3-9: Right Console Lower Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.20
Figure 3-10: Right Console GUI, Gauges and Front Panel. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.22
Figure 3-11: Propel Operation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.24
Figure 3-12: Auxiliary Winch Pendant Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.25
Figure 3-13: Remote Control Dual Stick Transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.26
Figure 3-14: Remote Control Dual Stick Transmitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.28
Figure 3-15: Remote Control Single Stick Transmitter (Typical) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.31
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Figure 4-14: Equipment Temperatures Screen (1 of 2). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.16
Figure 4-15: Equipment Temperature Screen (2 of 2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.17
Figure 4-16: Icon Help Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.18
Figure 4-17: Auto Drill Adjust Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.19
Figure 4-18: Select New Drill Parameter Set Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.20
Figure 4-19: Auto Drill Settings Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.21
Figure 4-20: I/O Status (View by Block) Diagnostics Display Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.22
Figure 4-21: I/O Status (View by I/O Function) Diagnostics Display Screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.23
Figure 4-22: Drill System Information Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.24
Figure 4-23: User Level Login Screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.25
Figure 4-24: Define The Parameter Set Values Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.26
Figure 4-25: Change Unit Settings Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.27
Figure 4-26: Set Total Rotary Carriage Weight Screen. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.28
Figure 4-27: Lube Cycle Setup Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.29
Figure 4-28: Icon Help and Next Menu Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.30
Figure 4-29: Drill Hours on Next Menu Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.31
Figure 4-30: Change Vibration Settings Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.32
Figure 4-31: Change Max Pulldown or Rotary Speed Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.33
Figure 4-32: Pipe in the Hole Protection Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.34
Figure 4-33: Next Menu Icon Help Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.35
Figure 4-34: Current Drill Activities Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.36
Figure 4-35: Help Main Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.38
Figure 4-36: Keypad Input Screen (Typical) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.40

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Figure 6-3: Propel Operation Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . .e.n. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.8
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SECTION 1, Blasthole Drill Safety

SECTION 2, Introduction
Table 2-1: Power Unit Arrangements and Weights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.6

SECTION 3, Controls and Indicators


Table 3-1: Left Hand Joystick Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.3
Table 3-2: Right Hand Joystick Functions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.6
Table 3-3: Left Console Main Panel Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.10
Table 3-4: Left Console HVAC and Lower Panel Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.12
Table 3-5: Left Console GUI and Gauge Panel Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.14
Table 3-6: Right Console Main Panel Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.16
Table 3-7: Right Console Main Rear Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.19
Table 3-8: Right Armrest Lower Panel Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.20
Table 3-9: Right Console GUI, Gauges and Front Panel Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.22
Table 3-10: LED States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.29
Table 3-11: LED States . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.32

SECTION 4, Graphical User Interface


Table 4-1: Touch Panel Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.3
Table 4-2: Control Bar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.7

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SECTION 6, Operation

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Section 1

Blasthole Drill Safety

1.1 Operator Qualifications


1. Pass a written examination which accurately measures practical knowledge of the drill, and an evaluated dem-
onstration of the proper methods and techniques to be used in operating the drill.

2. Have vision of at least 20/30 Snellen in one eye and 20/50 Snellen in the other, with or without corrective
lenses.

3. Have good depth perception.

4. Be able to distinguish colors, regardless of the position of the color.

5. Have adequate hearing, with or without hearing aid.

6. Have sufficient strength, endurance, agility, coordination, and speed of reaction to meet the demands of drill
operation.

7. Have no physical defects or emotional instability that could render a hazard to the operator or others, or which
could interfere with the operators performance.

8. Not be subject to seizures or loss of physical control.

9. Not be under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

10. Provide written assurance from the prescriber of any prescribed medication that the medicine will not affect the
operator's ability to operate the drill in a safe manner.
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4. Do not engage in any practice that will divert attention while actually engaged in operating the drill.

5. Ensure that people, other mining equipment, and material are kept out of the work area.

6. Give a warning signal prior to starting, operating, or moving the drill.

7. Test all controls before beginning a new shift. If any control does not operate properly, have the controls
repaired before operating the drill.

8. Promptly report defects to the maintenance department. Notify the next operator of any remaining uncorrected
defects upon changing shifts.

1.3 Functional Checks


Confirm there are no warning tags or lockout tags on the starting controls.

Confirm that all required maintenance and inspections have been performed and all necessary repairs
made.

Confirm that all equipment guards are in place and all inspection and cover plates are closed and locked.

Look inside, outside and underneath the drill to make sure everything is clear before starting the drill.

After starting the drill, check all gauges and indicators for proper readings and operation.

Test all controls for proper operation and controllability before drill operation or travel, including a thorough
check of the brakes.

Check audible warning devices and alarms used for travel warning for proper operation.

During operation, be alert for unusual noises or vibrations; look and smell for unusual smoke or fumes.

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Machine operator and electrical utility representative must jointly determine what specific precautions are
taken.

Machine operator and electrical utility representative must confirm that all precautions are taken and fol-
lowed.

Even when power lines are known to be locked out and tagged out, consider them to be energized.

Inform all ground personnel to stand clear of the machine at all times.

Use a signal person to guide the machine into close quarters. The sole responsibility of the signal person is to
observe the approach of the machine to the power line. The signal person must be in direct communication with
the operator and the operator must pay close attention to the signals

1.5 Safety Decals and Signs

1.5.1 General

Hazard Indicators and Safety Hazard Decals and Signs identify potential safety hazards and prevent accidents by
displaying standard symbols, headers and pictographs or custom graphics. Headers, graphics, and layouts of indi-
cators, decals, and signs conform to current ANSI guidelines, and are consistent with the industry standards for
such devices commonly used for high voltage, personal protection, confined space, and bilingual applications.

1.5.2 Hazard Indicators

DANGERS, WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, NOTICES, and SAFETY FIRSTS are used on signs and decals, and
throughout our manuals to emphasize important and critical instructions. In written documentation, DANGERS,
WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, and SAFETY FIRSTS will precede the paragraph or item to which they apply. NOTICES
will follow the paragraph or item to which they apply. DANGERS, WARNINGS, CAUTIONS, NOTICES and
SAFETY FIRSTS are identified and defined as follows:

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A Caution without a Safety Alert Symbol (Triangle and Exclamation Point) is used to
warn of hazards that result only in property damage.

Used to indicate a statement of company policy directly or indirectly related to the safety of per-
sonnel or protection of property. This signal word is not associated directly with a hazard or haz-
ardous situation and is not used in place of DANGER, WARNING, or CAUTION.

Used to indicate general instructions relative to safe working practices, remind of proper safety
procedures, and indicate the location of safety equipment.

1.5.3 Safety Hazard Decals and Signs

Safety Hazard Decals and Signs use hazard indicators discussed in the preceding paragraphs, and also display
pictographs to show, both graphically and verbally, where potential safety hazards exist around the rotary blasthole
drill. These decals and signs do not represent every possible hazard. They are not intended to be a substitute for
safe working practices and good judgement.

Do not remove, cover, paint over, or deface these Safety Hazard Decals or Signs. If they become damaged or
obscured, request replacement decals and signs from your local MinePro Services office. For locations and main-
tenance information for the Safety Hazard Decals and Signs, refer to the Centurion Drill Electrical Maintenance
Manual or the LinkOne Parts Manual for your machine.

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Section 2

Introduction

2.1 General
This manual provides the information required to operate the P&H Mining Equipment Model 320XPC Blasthole
Drill.

2.1.1 Part Numbers

Repair parts information is provided in the LinkOne electronic parts manual that is prepared for your drill. The drill
serial number is located inside the operator's cab.

Part numbers are sometimes shown in this manual to identify specific assemblies and the information and proce-
dures that apply to that specific assembly. Since this book is not updated on a continuous basis, do not use these
part numbers to order repair parts.

Always obtain the part numbers from the up-to-date LinkOne electronic parts manual.

2.1.2 Applicability

All information in this manual, including descriptions, specifications, and illustrations is for P&H model 320XPC
Rotary Blasthole Drill, at the time of publication. Product improvements, owner modifications, or other changes
introduced after this manual was published are not covered.

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2.2.2 Drill Description

The Model 320XPC rotary blasthole drill (hereafter, the drill) produces a pulldown bit load of up to 150,000 lbs
(68,038 kg) and has been optimized to drill single-pass or multi-pass holes up to 22" (55.9 cm) in diameter (see
Figure 2-1). The total machine weight is approximately 365,000 lbs (165,564 kg). Each pipe rack provides storage
for one 65-foot (19.8-meter) pipe with 2-inch (50 mm) pipe wall thickness and up to 10.75 inches (273 mm) diame-
ter. Refer to Figure 2-2 for the drill deck plan. Refer to Figure 2-3 for the drill dimensions.

LEGEND
01. Mast
02. Back Brace (2)
03. Vent
01 04. Cable Reel
05. Rear Boarding Ladder
06. Machinery House
07. Right Boarding Ladder
08. Crawler Assembly (2)
09. Air Conditioner
10. Operators Cab (Typical)
11. Dust Curtain
12. Drilling Deck
13. Left Rear Levelling Jack
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30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18

BD1130d01

LEGEND
01. Aux. Winch Pendent Storage 12. Soft Start Transformer 22. Aux. Air Compressor -
Cabinet (Optional) Alternate Location (Optional)
02. Water Tank 13. Soft Start Cabinet (Optional) 23. Hydraulic Tank
03. Valve Bank 3 14. Aux. Air Compressor 24. Top-Off Tank (Optional)
04. Valve Bank 6 (Optional) (Optional) 25. Grease Reservoir
05. Valve Bank 4 15. Main Transformer 26. Valve Bank 1
06. Low Pressure Pump 16. Cable Reel (Optional) 27. Valve Bank 2
07. T-Tank 17. Cable Reel Pendent (Optional) 28. Mast Cylinder (2)

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B. Height - mast up: .......................... 93 ft. 0 in. (28.35 m)
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2.2.3 Power Unit

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Power Unit* Electric Motor Air Compressor


Part
Number Approx. Weight Type (SCFM) Weight
HP (kW) LBS (KGS) LBS (KGS)

R57827F1 1000 (746) 4,300 (1,955) Gardner Denver (3,600) 3,800 (1,727)

R57827F2 1000 (746) 4,300 (1,955) Sullair (3,850) 4,400 (2,000)

R57827F3 1000 (746) 4,300 (1,955) Gardner Denver (3,000) 3,800 (1,727)

R57827F4 1000 (746) 4,300 (1,955) Gardner Denver (3,600) 3,800 (1,727)

R57827F5 700 (522) 3,550 (1,614) Gardner Denver (3,600) 3,800 (1,727)

R57827F6 1000 (746) 4,300 (1,955) Gardner Denver (3,600) 3,800 (1,727)

* The complete power unit assembly weighs approximately 12,000 lbs (5,455 kgs)

Table 2-1: Power Unit Arrangements and Weights

2.2.3.2 Main Drive Motor

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2.2.3.3 Main Air Compressor

BD1144a01

Figure 2-6: Main Air Compressor (Typical)

The main air compressor is a rotary screw type and it is coupled to the main electric motor by means of a flexible
coupling. The main motor, air compressor and PDT are mounted on a skid to isolate the assembly from mainframe
distortion that may occur while leveling or propelling the drill.

2.2.4 Lower Final Assembly (Undercarriage and Propel)

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Each planetary transmission has an integral spring-set, hydraulically released wet-type multiple disc parking brake.
The propel motor can be manually disengaged from the transmissions to allow towing the drill with the optional
towing package installed.

Only to be used on occasion, the crawlers can be counter-rotated to provide maximum maneuverability for tight
turns and rapid travel from point to point.

2.2.5 Rotary Carriage

02 03 04 05 LEGEND
01. Pulldown Gearcase
02. Pulldown Brake
06 03. Shipper Shaft
04. Pulldown Motor
05. Pulldown Motor Blower
06. Drive Pinion
01 07. Guide Roller
08. Idler
09. Rotary Drive Motor (2)
10. Rotary Gearcase
11. Opening for Mounting Air
07 Swivel which is not shown

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Each rotary motor output shaft fits into the rotary gearcase first reduction pinion shaft, which is supported by bear-
ings on both the top and the bottom. An oil pump on the bottom of the first reduction shaft provides lubrication for
the upper bearings in the gearcase.

A rotary air swivel ensures sealed air flow through the rotary drive shaft. The rotary air seal also prevents water
from entering the rotary gearcase oil when the drill is configured with water injection for dust suppression.

Pulldown is accomplished by means of a rack and pinion drive. The rack is mounted vertically on the mast and the
drive pinion on the rotary carriage shipper shaft.

The rotary carriage guide rollers are provided with an eccentric arrangement for adjustment of rack/pinion gear
backlash and alignment with the mast. A DC electric motor drives the hoist/pulldown pinions through the pulldown
transmission.

2.2.6 Drill Pipe Storage

The drill may include a single or dual pipe rack for storing drill pipe. The rack(s) is (are)) hydraulically controlled to
move inward or outward. A mechanical mechanism is used to secure the drill pipe while stored.

2.2.7 Mast, Mast Lock Assembly, and Back Braces

The mast chords utilize structural steel members. The mast safety sling ensures retention of a falling drill pipe with-
out structural damage to the mast.

The mast is raised and lowered by two hydraulic cylinders and is locked in the vertical position by two hydraulically
actuated mast lock pins located below the drilling deck. The position of these pins is monitored by the Programma-
ble Logic Controller (PLC).

The back braces fold and unfold automatically when the mast is raised and lowered. Two back brace locking col-
lars slide over the folding knee joints between the upper and lower back braces to keep the back braces rigid, lock-
ing the mast in the vertical drilling position.

2.2.8 Winch

A hydraulic motor driven winch is mounted on the mast lower support assembly to handle tools and lift loads on the
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2.2.11.1 Main (Propel) Hydraulic System

Two identical axial piston pumps with crossover-center and variable displacement provide speed and direction con-
trol for the hydraulic motors that drive the propel motion. These two hydraulic circuits are closed-loop.

2.2.11.2 Auxiliary Hydraulic System

The double vane auxiliary pump provides oil flow to operate the jacks, mast raise, deck wrenches, mast locks, back
brace locks, pipe racks, and auxiliary winch. A low pressure pump is used in conjunction with the auxiliary pump to
provide oil flow to operate the head brake, pipe rack holdback, pipe rack gate, deck viewing hatch, and optional
hydraulic boarding ladder systems.

2.2.12 Water Injection System

The water injection system suppresses rock chips and drilling dust. It also helps keep the drill bit cool.

2.2.13 Automatic Lubrication System

The automatic lubrication system is powered by a hydraulically driven pump controlled by the PLC. The system
delivers lubricant from an on-board tank to injectors, which measure and deliver lubricant to selected points around
the drill at regular intervals. The operator can manually initiate a lubrication cycle from the GUI when required.

2.2.14 Bailing Air System

The purpose of the bailing air system is to blow drill cuttings out of the drill hole and to cool the rock bit bearings.
The compressor output is adjustable to allow for optimum bailing air velocity.

A compressor inlet valve controls the air draw into the rotary screws. The valve is hydraulically closed during start-
up. During operation, the inlet valves modulate air intake by means of pneumatic controls.

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2.2.15 Towing System (Optional)

The drill can be towed only if the optional towing package is installed. Refer to Subsection 6.7 for towing procedure.

2.2.16 Dust Curtains

Dust curtains surround the area beneath the drilling platform to help contain the dust and chips created by drilling.

2.2.17 Serial Number Location

The drill serial number is located inside the operators cab.

2.3 Sign Maintenance


Signs of various types are located wherever required on the drill to warn personnel of potential hazards, to identify
controls and components, and to provide useful information. Because these signs aid in the safe and efficient oper-
ation of the drill, inspection of all signs must be a part of the inspection program. If signs are dirty, missing, or illeg-
ible, clean or replace them.

2.4 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)


In order to transfer MSDS information from our suppliers to our customers, P&H Mining Equipment will provide this
service upon customer request. All customer requests must be specific because of the volume and complexity of
the MSDS system.

To identify the appropriate MSDS, one of the following must be included: P&H part number, vendor trade name, or
vendor name.

Address inquiries concerning MSDS to your P&H MinePro Services representative.

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Section 3

Controls and Indicators

This section describes the functions of the drill controls and the indicators associated with these controls. Before
attempting to operate the drill, carefully review this manual and become thoroughly familiar with the location and
purpose of each control.

3.1 Operators Cab Controls


Figure 3-1 shows the standard arrangement of the operators main controls. The controls are grouped on two arm-
rests attached to the operators seat. Two Graphic User Interfaces (GUI's) are also shown on Figure 3-1. The GUI's
(01 and 04) are designed to display information collected and processed by the controller.

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02. Left Hand Joystick Control
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3.1.1 Left Hand Joystick Control

The left hand joystick control is used for propelling and also contains the bit force limit variable control, and the
water injection, deck wrench and surewrench switches (refer to Figure 3-2). Operational functions for these con-
trols are described in Table 3-1.

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01 02 03

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11 05
08

06
10

07
09

Joystick_LHa01

LEGEND
01. Bit Force Variable Control 06. Hoist Brake ON/OFF Switch
02. LOW/HIGH Speed Select Switch 07. Left Hand Joystick Control - Front View
03. 320XPC - Cable Reel IN (Take-up) Switch 08. Bit Air ON/OFF Switch
250XPC - Increase Engine Speed Switch 09. Left Hand Joystick Control - Rear View
04. 320XPC - Cable Reel OUT (Payout) Switch 10. Deck Wrench EXTEND/CLOSE/ENGAGE Switch
250XPC - Decrease Engine Speed Switch 11. Surewrench OVER HOLE to STORED Variable
05. Hoist Speed Variable Control Control

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Fig. 3-2 Type


Ref. No. Description (Positions) Indications Function

01 Bit Force (Pull- Ratiometric LOW-0-HIGH Ramp pulldown force from just the
down) Variable Thumbwheel weight of the carriage and drill string to
Control (100% Posi- maximum. Press the thumbwheel up to
tive Ramp-0- increase the pulldown force of the drill
100% Nega- string. The greater the thumbwheel is
tive Ramp) pressed up, the faster the pulldown force
will increase.
Operation: first, press the thumbwheel
all the way up or down until near the
limit as observed on the pulldown force
gauge (04, Figure 3-6). Then, nudge the
thumbwheel up or down until the desired
set point is reached. Once the set point
is reached, stop rotating the thumbwheel
and the setting will be maintained.
02 LOW/HIGH Speed Button switch Low speed - Controls the propel or hoist motor high/
Select Switch (Low or High) White low speed settings, depending on the
High speed) - current operation mode. Press the but-
Green ton to select the fast speed/low torque
Error - Flashing mode. Press the button again to select
Green the slow speed/high torque mode. If the
speed change cannot be made, the LED
will flash.
Caution: Do not change into High speed
if the carriage is already moving or if the
drill is already traveling.
03 Cable Reel IN Button switch On or Off 320XPC Only
Switch - 320XPC (On-Off) Note: The cable reel Auto/Manual switch
Increase Engine (08, Figure 3-6) must be in MANUAL
Speed Switch - mode for this switch to be operative.
250XPC Press and hold button to wind cable onto
the cable reel. Release button to stop
motion.
Off is null.
t 250XPC only
en Press this button to increase engine
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On orqOff
04 Cable Reel OUT Button switch
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Switch - 320XPC (On-Off)
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Decrease Engine
Speed Switch - L nc Op e mode for this switch to be operative.
250XPC A
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Fig. 3-2 Type


Ref. No. Description (Positions) Indications Function

05 Hoist Speed Ratiometric Ramp hoist speed up, down or set to


Variable Control Thumbwheel zero.
(100% Posi- Press the thumbwheel up to increase the
tive Ramp-0- downward carriage speed of the drill
100% Nega- string. The greater the thumbwheel is
tive Ramp) pressed up, the faster the downward
carriage speed will increase.
Press the thumbwheel down to increase
the upwards carriage speed of the drill
string. The greater the thumbwheel is
pressed down, the faster the upward
carriage speed will increase.
Operation: first, move the thumbwheel
all the way up or down until near the
limit as observed on the rate of penetra-
tion gauge (05, Figure 3-6). Then, nudge
the thumbwheel up or down until the
desired set point is reached. Once the
set point is reached, stop rotating the
thumbwheel to allow the thumbwheel to
spring-return to the center position and
the setting will be maintained.
06 Hoist Brake ON/ Button switch Brake released - Turns the hoist motor brake control on or
OFF Switch (On or Off) Green off. When the brake is set, the red hoist
Backlight - White brake indicator (10, Figure 3-6) will illu-
(only on for a minate.
short time)

Table 3-1: Left Hand Joystick Functions (Continued)

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Fig. 3-2 Type


Ref. No. Description (Positions) Indications Function

07 and Left Hand Joystick Spring- Black Along with containing other switches and
09 Control centered controls, this joystick controls the speed
Joystick and direction of left hand crawler track
movement when the MODE select switch
(02, Figure 3-3) is in the PROPEL posi-
tion. It is spring loaded to return to the
center (neutral) position when released by
the operator.
Moving the joystick straight forward or
backward causes the left hand crawler
track to move forward or backward. The
speed that the track moves is determined
by the amount of movement from the cen-
ter (neutral) position and by the state
(High or Low) of the propel speed switch
(02, Figure 3-2).
This control is used in conjunction with the
right hand joystick. Moving this joystick
forward and the right hand joystick back-
ward will cause the drill to turn to the right.
The sharpness of the turn is determined
by the amount of movement of the joy-
sticks. To turn left, push the right hand joy-
stick forward and pull this joystick
backward. Figure 3-11 shows the effects
of various joystick positions on drill travel.
08 Bit Air ON/OFF Button switch Bit air on - Green Turns the bit air on and off.
Switch (On-Off) Bit air off - White
Error - Flashing
Green
10 Deck Wrench Button switch On or Off Controls the operation of the deck
EXTEND/CLOSE/ (On-Off) wrenches. Press and hold the button to
ENGAGE Switch t engage the deck wrenches with the drill
en string.
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11 Surewrench OVER Ratiometric Black
uip Ramp surewrench movement speed up
HOLE to STORED Thumbwheel
(100% Posi- Y E q n or down. Rotate the thumbwheel to the
Variable Control
L f t i o right to move the surewrench to its stor-
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100% Nega- wrench moves is dependent on how far
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(Over Hole) position. The speed at which
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3.1.2 Right Hand Joystick Control

The right hand joystick control is used for propelling and also contains the switches as shown in Figure 3-3. Opera-
tional functions for these controls are described in Table 3-2.

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01 02 03

04

11 05

06
10 07

09 08

Joystick_RHa01

LEGEND
01. Motion Stop Pushbutton Switch 07. Rotary Speed Variable Control
02. Mode Select Pushbutton Switch 08. Right Hand Joystick Control - Front View
03. Autodrill ON/OFF Pushbutton Switch 09. Right Hand Joystick Control - Rear View
04. Water Injection Volume Variable Control 10. Deck Wrench RETRACT/OPEN/DISENGAGE
05. Water Injection ON/OFF Pushbutton Switch Pushbutton Switch
06. Rotary Speed ON/OFF Pushbutton Switch 11. Surewrench Variable Control

Figure 3-3: Right Hand Joystick Control

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en
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Fig. 3-3 Type
u ip
Ref. No. Description (Positions)
Y q
E o
Color
n
Function

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01 Motion Stop Button switch Red Press the button to deactivate all drill
Switch
O ce e
(Stop/Enable) motions, return modes to idle and set all

A L n Op brakes. Press the button again to return to

R I na t normal operation.

T EButton
n teswitchen Mode 1 (Propel) Selects one of four available functions:
02 Mode Select
A (Mode i
a 3/Mode m 2/ - White
Switch
M r M qu
Mode i p
1/Mode
4) Mode 2 (Drill) -
Off, Propel, Drill or Thread.

C E fo E Green
N SE fo r Mode 3 (Thread)

R E U E
- Flashing Green

E
F O U T S Mode 4 (Idle) -
Flashing White
E
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Ref. No. Description (Positions) Color Function

03 Autodrill ON/OFF Button switch Autodrill active - Turns the autodrill system on or off.
Switch (On-Off) Green
Autodrill off -
White
04 Water Ratiometric Blue Ramp the water injection volume from 0
Injection Volume Thumbwheel to full reference. Press the thumbwheel
Variable Control (100% Positive up to increase or down to decrease water
Ramp-0-100% injection reference. The greater the
Negative Ramp) thumbwheel is pressed up, the faster the
water injection reference will increase.
To set the water injection reference limit,
allow the thumbwheel to spring-return to
the center position.
Press the thumbwheel down to decrease
the water injection reference toward
zero. The greater the thumbwheel is
pressed down, the faster the water injec-
tion reference will decrease.
05 Water Injection Button switch Water injection Turns the water injection system on and
ON/OFF Switch (On-Off) on - Green off.
Water injection
off - White
Error - Flashing
Green
06 Rotary Speed Button switch On - Green On position enables drill string rotation.
Switch (Off-On) Off - White Used with the rotary speed variable con-
Error - Flashing trol (08).
Green Off position stops drill string rotation.
07 Rotary Speed Ratiometric Blue Ramp the rotary speed up, down or set to
Variable Control Thumbwheel zero. Press the thumbwheel up to
(100% Positive increase or down to decrease the rotary
Ramp-0-100% speed reference. The greater the thumb-
Negative Ramp) wheel is pressed up, the faster the rotary
t speed reference will increase. The
en greater the thumbwheel is pressed
m down, the faster the rotary speed refer-

u ip ence will decrease.

L Y f Eq ion Operation: first, move the thumbwheel

N o rat all the way up or down until near the


O ce e limit as observed on the Rotary RPM
L
A nan t O p gauge (01, Figure 3-10). Then, nudge

R I the thumbwheel up or down until the

E t e en desired set point is reached. Once the


n
AT Mai ipm
set point is reached, stop rotating the
thumbwheel and the setting will be
M r qu maintained.
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Ref. No. Description (Positions) Color Function

08 and Right Hand Joy- Spring- Black Along with containing other switches and
09 stick Control centered controls, this joystick controls the speed
Joystick and direction of right hand crawler track
movement when the MODE select switch
(Item 02, Figure 3-3) is in the PROPEL
position. It is spring loaded to return to
the center (neutral) position when
released by the operator.
Moving the joystick straight forward or
backward causes the right hand crawler
track to move forward or backward. The
speed that the track moves is deter-
mined by the amount of movement from
the center (neutral) position and by the
mode of the propel speed button (High
or Low).
This control is used in conjunction with
the left hand joystick. Moving this joy-
stick forward and the left hand joystick
backward will cause the drill to turn to
the left. The sharpness of the turn is
determined by the amount of movement
of the joysticks. To turn right, push the
left hand joystick forward and pull this
joystick backward. Figure 3-11 shows
the effects of various PROPEL CONTROL-
LER positions on drill travel.
10 Deck Wrench Button switch On - Green Controls the OPEN operation of the deck
RETRACT/OPEN/ (On-Off) Off - White wrenches. Press and hold the button to
DISENGAGE disengage the deck wrenches from the
Switch drill string.
11 Surewrench Ratiometric Black Ramp surewrench operating speed faster
Break Joint/Open Thumbwheel or slower. Rotate the thumbwheel to the
Switch (100% Positive right to increase speed or to the left to
Ramp-0-100%
t decrease speed. The speed at which the
Negative Ramp)
en speed ramps up or down is dependent on
m how far the thumbwheel is rotated.

u ip Operation: move the thumbwheel all the

Y f Eq ion
way to the left to close the jaws to break
L
N o rat
a joint or all the way to the right to open
the jaws.
O e Joystick
A L n cHand pe Functions (Continued)
O
Right
I na t
Table 3-2:

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3.1.3 Left Armrest Controls

The left armrest contains controls that move with the seat as it is rotated. Besides the joystick, there are basically
three groups of control panels: Main Panel, HVAC and Lower Panels, and the GUI, Gauges and Front Panel.

3.1.3.1 Left Console Main Panel

Refer to Figure 3-4 for location information and Table 3-3 for functional information.

dc

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 LEGEND
01. Cab Fan #1 Speed Switch
02. Front Door Wiper Switch
08 03. B-View Window Wiper Switch
04. Rear Window Wiper Switch
05. Ground Lighting Switch
06. Deck Lighting Switch
07. Flood Lighting Switch
08. Propel Lighting Switch
16 09. Mast Lighting Switch
09 10. Cab Lighting Switch
11. Cab Night Vision Lighting Switch
12. Console Lighting Switch
13. Rear Window Washer Switch
15 10 14. B-View Window Washer Switch
15. Front Door Washer Switch
Console_LH_MainPanel_02
16. Cab Fan #2 Speed Switch
14 17. LED 1
13 12 11
18. LED 2
19. LED 3

19

18
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Keypad_Key

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Console_LH_02

L
N oLeft Console t
O c3-4:
Figure
e pera Main Panel
I AL nan t O
E R te en
n
AT Mai ipm
M r qu
E
C E fo r E
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Ref. No. Description (Positions) Color Function

01 Cab Fans #1 and Keypad Switch LED1: low speed Press key repeatedly to increase the
#2 Switch LED2: medium speed of the cab fans #1 and #2.
speed
LED3: high
speed
LEDs 1, 2 and 3
off when both
fans are off
02 Front Door Wiper Keypad Switch LED1: low speed Press key repeatedly to increase the
Switch LED2: medium speed of the wiper.
speed
LED3: high
speed
LEDs 1, 2 and 3
off when wiper is
off
03 B-View Window Keypad Switch LED1: low speed Press key repeatedly to increase the
Wiper Switch LED2: medium speed of the wipers.
speed
LED3: high
speed
LEDs 1, 2 and 3
off when wipers
are off
04 Rear Window Keypad Switch LED1: low speed Press key repeatedly to increase the
Wiper Switch LED2: medium speed of wiper.
speed
LED3: high
speed
LEDs 1, 2 and 3
off when wiper is
off
05 Ground Lighting Keypad Switch LED1: Key
t Press the key to operate the ground

en
Switch (On - Off) pushed lights.

m
LEDs 2 and 3 on
ip
when Lights are
u
Eq Key
on
06 Deck Lighting Keypad SwitchL Y LED1:
f t i on Press the key to operate the deck lights.
(On - Off) N opushed
a
O ce LEDs er 2 and 3 on
Switch
L
A nan t Owhen p
R I Lights are

E inteSwitchen LED1: Key


on
Flood Lighting T Keypad
07
A (Ona - Off)ipm Press the key to operate the flood lights.
Switch
M r M qu pushed

C E fo r E
LEDs 2 and 3 on
when Lights are
N
E US E f E o on
R
E T US
F
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08 Propel Lighting Keypad Switch LED1: Key Controls operation of the propel lights.
Switch (On - Off) pushed When this switch is in Auto, propel lights
LEDs 2 and 3 on will come on whenever operation mode
when Lights are switch is in Propel.
on
09 Mast Lighting Keypad Switch LED1: Key Press the key to operate the cab
Switch (On - Off) pushed mounted lights that shine on the mast.
LEDs 2 and 3 on
when Lights are
on
10 Cab Lighting Keypad Switch LED1: Key Press the key to operate the cab lights.
Switch (On - Off) pushed
LEDs 2 and 3 on
when Lights are
on
11 Cab Night Vision Keypad Switch LED1: Key Press the key to operate the night lights.
Lighting Switch (On - Off) pushed
LEDs 2 and 3 on
when Lights are
on
12 Console Lighting Keypad Switch LED1: Key Press the key to operate the console
Switch (On - Off) pushed lights.
LEDs 2 and 3 on
when Lights are
on
13 Rear Window Keypad Switch LED1: Key Press the key to operate the windshield
Washer Switch (On - Off) pushed washer.
LEDs 2 and 3 on
when Lights are
on
14 B-View Window Keypad Switch LED1: Key Press the key to operate the windshield
Washer Switch (On - Off) pushed washers.
LEDs 2 and 3 on
t
en
when Washer is
on
15 Front Door Keypad Switch i
LED1: Keypm Press the key to operate the windshield
Washer Switch (On - Off) pushedu
q 2 andn 3 on washer.
Y E
NL owhen tio is
f aWasher
LEDs

O ce on er
L
A Switch p low speed Press key repeatedly to increase the
n OLED1:
I a
R ten ent LED2: medium speed of the cab fans #1 and #2.
16 Cab Fans #1 and Keypad
#2 Switch
E n
AT Mai ipm
speed
LED3: high
M r qu speed
E
C Ef rE o LEDs 1, 2 and 3

E N S fo off when both

R U E fans are off


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3.1.3.2 Left Console HVAC and Lower Panels

Refer to Figure 3-5 for location information and Table 3-4 for functional information.
dc

Console_LH_HVAC-EStop_02
01 02 03 04 05 06

09

08

Console_LH_LowerPanel_02

07

Console_LH_02
LEGEND
01. Auto Level Stop Switch 06. Left Front Leveling Jack Joystick Control
02. Auto Level Switch 07. Remote Control Switch
03. Right Rear Leveling Jack Joystick Control 08. Emergency Stop Switch (E-Stop)
04. Left Rear Leveling Jack Joystick Control 09. HVAC Control (Bergstrom)
05. Right Front Leveling Jack Joystick Control

Figure 3-5: Left Console HVAC and Lower Panel (Typical)

Fig. 3-5 Type


t
Ref. No. Description (Positions)
en
Color Function
m
01 Auto Level Stop
Switch
2-position rocker Red
switch uip Press and release to stop the auto level
sequence (up or down).
(OFF-ON) q
Y f E ion The momentary switch will return to OFF
L
N o rat position when released.
Orocker
ce Black
e
02 Auto Level
switchL
3-position
A na t On p Press and release top of switch to lower
Switch
I
R te en
(On-OFF-ON)
all jacks to level the machine.
Position OFF is null.

T E in m Press and release bottom of switch to


A Ma ip retract all jacks to their full up position.
M r Mini-joystick
q u
03
C E
Right Rear Level-
o
f rE
ing Jack Joystick (100-0-100%)
n/a Controls operation of the right rear level-
ing jack.
04 E
Left Rear S E foMini-joystick
N Level- n/a Controls operation of the left rear level-
R JackU E
Eing
T S
Joystick (100-0-100%) ing jack.
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Ref. No. Description (Positions) Color Function

05 Right Front Lev- Mini-joystick n/a Controls operation of the right front lev-
eling Jack Joy- (100-0-100%) eling jack.
stick
06 Left Front Level- Mini-joystick n/a Controls operation of the left front level-
ing Jack Joystick (100-0-100%) ing jack.
07 Remote Control 2-position rocker Black Press the top of this switch to use the
Switch switch remote control system.
(ON-OFF) Press the bottom of this switch to use
operator cab controls.

Emergency stopping of the drill is very abrupt and can damage the drill due to
high stress loading on its components. Do not use the emergency procedure in
place of the normal shutdown procedure.
08 Emergency Stop 2-position mush- Red Push button in to disconnect control
(E-Stop) Switch room-head push- power from the drill.
pull button Pull the button out to reconnect control
switch power to the drill.
09 HVAC Control See manufac- Controls operation of the cab heating
turers manuals and cooling system.

Table 3-4: Left Console HVAC and Lower Panel Functions (Continued)

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3.1.3.3 Left Console GUI and Gauge Panel

Refer to Figure 3-6 for location information and Table 3-5 for functional information.
dc

01 02 03 04 LEGEND
01. Maintenance Mode Indicator
02. Fault Indicator
03. Fault Reset Switch
04. Pulldown Force Gauge
05. Rate of Penetration Gauge
06. Left Hand GUI - Machine Controller
07. Hydraulic Pressure Gauge
08. Cable Reel Control Switch
11 09. Depth Counter Reset Switch
10. Hoist Brake Indicator
11. 250XPC - Battery Indicator
320XPC - DC Power On Indicator
10
05 06

09 08 07

Console_LH_Front-GaugePanels_02 Console_LH_02

Figure 3-6: Left Console GUI and Gauge Panels

Fig. 3-6 Type


Ref. No. Description (Positions)
nt Color Function

Amber wheneON Position 1 shows that the drill is in main-


01 Maintenance LED
m
Mode (0=OFF, 1=ON)
uip tenance mode of operation.
Indicator
Y q
E tio n
Position 0 shows that the drill is in one of

L
N o raf
the normal modes of operation (propel,
thread, hoist or off).
O ce Flashes
02 Fault LED
A L n pe ONamber Position 1 will turn on indicator to show
Indicator
I na t
(0=OFF, 1=ON) Owhen that the control system contains a fault.
R
E inte en
Position 0 will turn off indicator to show
T
A Ma ipm
that the all faults have been cleared
(reset).
M u
03
E for 2-position
Fault Reset
Switch C E q rocker Yellow Position 1 will attempt to reset all faults.

N E o r
switch Position 0 is null.

R E US E f (0=OFF, 1=ON) LED works in conjunction with the fault


indicator, item 02.
E S
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Ref. No. Description (Positions) Color Function

04 Pulldown Force Gauge n/a Displays the pulldown force of the drill
Gauge (0-150klbs) string. Setpoint for the measured value
is also displayed with a small, white
arrow.
05 Rate of Gauge n/a Displays the rate of penetration of the
Penetration (0-150ft/min) drill bit. Setpoint for the measured value
Gauge is also displayed with a small, white
arrow.
06 Machine Touch Panel n/a See Section 4.
Controller GUI
07 Hydraulic Gauge n/a Displays the hydraulic pressure as pro-
Pressure Gauge (0-3000psi) vided by the main pressure transducer.
The measured value is also displayed
with a small, white arrow.
08 Cable Reel Auto/ 2-position rocker Black When in ON position, cable reel opera-
Manual Switch switch tion (take-up/payout) will be performed
(0=OFF, 1=ON) automatically while the drill is propelled.
The LED will be on when in auto mode.
When in OFF position, cable reel opera-
tion (take-up/payout) is performed man-
ually while the drill is propelled.
09 Depth Counter 3-position rocker Black Push the top of the switch to reset the
Reset Switch switch depth counter to zero.
(RESET, OFF, Position 0 is null.
SET)
Push the bottom of the switch to set the
depth counter at the current value.
10 Hoist Brake LED Amber when ON Position 1 will turn on indicator to show
Indicator (0=OFF, 1=ON) that the hoist brake is set (engaged).
Position 0 will turn off indicator to show
that the hoist brake is not set (disen-
gaged).

t 250XPC - Battery Indicator


en Position 1 will turn on indicator to show
11 250XPC - Battery LED Amber when ON
Indicator (0=OFF, 1=ON)
m
320XPC - DC
uip that the Battery Charge is low.

Power On Indica-
Y E q n Position 0 is null.
o
NL of rati
tor 320XPC - DC Power On Indicator
O ce e Position 1 will turn on indicator to show
L
A nan t O p that the DC Power is enabled.
I
R te en Position 0 is null.
E n m GUI and Gauge Panel Functions (Continued)
AT MLeftai Console
M r quip
Table 3-5:

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3.1.4 Right Armrest Controls

The right armrest contains controls that move with the seat as it is rotated. Besides the joystick, there are basically
four groups of control panels: Main Panel, Main Rear Panel, Lower Panel, and the GUI, Gauges and Front Panel.

3.1.4.1 Right Console Main Panel

Refer to Figure 3-7 for location information and Table 3-6 for functional information
dc

01 02 03 04 05 LEGEND
16 01. Move Selected Pipe Rack to STORED Posi-
tion Switch
06
02. Pipe Rack Positioner STORED Switch *
15
03. Mast Anchor Pins UNLOCK Switch
04. Mast Tilt Locks LOCKED Switch
07 05. Air Flow Rate Reference Switch
14 06. Hydraulic Stairs DOWN Switch
07. Hydraulic Stairs UP Switch
08. Bit Lube Switch
09. Mast Tilt Locks UNLOCKED Switch
13
08 10. Mast Anchor Pins LOCK Switch
11. Pipe Rack Positioner OVER HOLE Switch *
09
12. Move Selected Pipe Rack to OVER HOLE
Position Switch
Console_RH_MainPanel_02 13. Pipe Rack #2 Select Switch
17 14. Dust Curtain DOWN Switch
15. Dust Curtain UP Switch
12 11 10 16. Pipe Rack #1 Select Switch
17. Radio
18. LED 1
19. LED 2
20
20. LED 3

19 * Drills with angle drilling function only

18 Keypad_Key

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en
m
uip
Figure 3-7: Right q
Y on
Console Main Panel
L f E t i
N o
O ce era
A LType n Op
I na nt
Fig. 3-7
Ref. No. Description
R (Positions)
EKeypad t e
Color Function
e LED1: Keypad button ON will move the selected pipe rack
01 Pipe Rack T in Switch
m
A a
M r M quip
STORED Position (On - Off) pushed to the STORED position.
Switch
C E fo E LED 2 Pipe rack #2 is OFF - all LEDs will be off.
stored indicator
N E r
E S fo LED 3 Pipe rack #1 is

E R U SE stored indicator

E F OT U Table 3-6: Right Console Main Panel Functions


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Ref. No. Description (Positions) Color Function

02 Pipe Rack Keypad Switch LED1: Keypad button ON will move the pipe rack posi-
Positioner (On - Off) pushed tioner to the stored position.
STORED Switch LED 2 and 3 Pipe rack OFF - all LEDs will be off.
positioner is stored
proximity indicator
03 Mast Anchor Pins Keypad Switch LED1: Keypad button ON will move the mast anchor pins
UNLOCK Switch (On - Off) pushed to the unlocked position.
LED 2 Left anchor pin OFF - all LEDs will be off.
is unlocked indicator
LED 3 Right anchor
pin is unlocked indica-
tor
04 Mast Tilt Locks Keypad Switch LED1: Keypad button ON - will move mast tilt lock cylin-
LOCKED Switch (On - Off) pushed ders in the lock direction.
LEDs 2 and 3 Mast tilt OFF - all LEDs will be off.
locks locked
05 Bit Air Flow Rate Keypad Switch ON will turn on the bit air flow rate
Reference (On - Off) reference.
Note: Currently not used.
06 Rear Hydraulic Keypad Switch LED1: Keypad ON - will lower the rear hydraulic
Stairs DOWN (On - Off) button pushed stairs.
Switch LED 2 DOWN solenoid OFF - all LEDs will be off.
energized
LED 3 Full up position
not detected
07 Rear Hydraulic Keypad Switch LED1: Keypad ON - will raise the rear hydraulic
Stairs UP Switch (On - Off) button pushed stairs.
LED 2 UP solenoid OFF - all LEDs will be off.
energized
LED 3 Full up position
is detected
08 Bit Lube Switch Keypad Switch LED1: Keypad button ON - turns on bit lube (option).
(option) (On - Off) pushed
nt
LED 2: Bit lube mode
OFF - all LEDs will be off.
e
active
m
ip
LED 3: Bit lube sole-
u
Eq Keypad
noid is energized
09 Mast Tilt Locks Keypad SwitchLY LED1:
f t i on button ON - will move mast tilt lock cylin-
(On - Off) N o ra
UNLOCKED
O ce pushed e
ders in the unlock direction.
Switch
AL nan t Olocksp are unlocked
LEDs 2 and 3 Mast tilt OFF - all LEDs will be off.
I
R teSwitchen LED1: Keypad button ON - will move the mast anchor pins
10 Mast Anchor Pins EKeypad
LOCKED Switch T (On i-nOff) m
A Ma ip pushed to the locked position.
M r qu LED 2 Left anchor pin OFF - all LEDs will be off.

C E fo r E
is locked indicator
LED 3 Right anchor
N
E US E f E o pin is locked indicator
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Ref. No. Description (Positions) Color Function

11 Pipe Rack Keypad Switch LED1: Keypad button ON - will move the pipe rack posi-
Positioner OVER- (On - Off) pushed tioner over the hole.
HOLE Switch LEDs 2 and 3 Pipe OFF - all LEDs will be off.
rack positioner is over
the hole
12 Pipe Rack OVER- Keypad Switch LED1: Keypad button ON will move the selected pipe rack
HOLE Switch (On - Off) pushed to the OVERHOLE position.
LED 2 Pipe rack #2 is OFF - all LEDs will be off.
overhole indicator
LED 3 Pipe rack #1 is
overhole indicator
13 Pipe Rack #2 Keypad Switch LED1: Keypad button ON - will make pipe rack #2 active.
Select Switch (On - Off) pushed OFF - all LEDs will be off.
LEDs 2 and 3 Pipe
rack #2 is selected
14 Dust Curtain Keypad Switch LED1: Keypad button ON - will lower the dust curtain.
DOWN Switch (On - Off) pushed OFF - all LEDs will be off.
LED 2 Dust curtain
down solenoid is
energized
LED 3 not used
15 Dust Curtain UP Keypad Switch LED1: Keypad button ON - will raise the dust curtain.
Switch (On - Off) pushed OFF - all LEDs will be off.
LED 2 Dust curtain up
solenoid is
energized
LED 3 not used
16 Pipe Rack #1 Keypad Switch LED1: Keypad button ON - will make pipe rack #1 active.
Select Switch (On - Off) pushed OFF - all LEDs will be off.
LEDs 2 and 3 Pipe
rack #1 is selected
17 Radio See manufac- n/a Controls operation of the radio.
turers manual
t
18 LED #1 Keypad Button
en
Amber when enabled

pm enabled
LED
19 LED #2 Keypad Button u
Amber iwhen
LED
LY f Eq ion
N oAmber twhen enabled
O ce era
20 LED #3 Keypad Button
LED
L n Op
ARight
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nt Main Panel Functions (Continued)
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3.1.4.2 Main Rear Panel

Refer to Figure 3-8 for location information and Table 3-7 for functional information

dc

01 02

LEGEND
01. Main Power Disconnect Switch
02. 12VDC Receptacle
03. RH GUI USB Port (x2)
04. Ethernet Port (x2)
05. LH GUI USB Port (x2)

05
03

Console_RH_RearPanel_v02
04

Console_RH_02

Figure 3-8: Right Console Main Rear Panel

Type t
en
Fig. 3-8
Ref. No. Description (Positions) Color Function
m
u ip
Emergency stopping of the drillYis very
L f Eq abrupt
t i
n and can damage the drill due to
onot
high stress loading on its components. N o ra Do use the emergency procedure in
O procedure.
e
place of the normal shutdown
A L nc Ope
01 Main Power I namush-t Red
2-position
R
Push button in to disconnect control
Disconnect
E t
room-head e e n
push- power from the drill subsystems. All
n
AT switch
ai with mkey-
Switch pull button operation will stop and the drill will
M qureset
M r switch i p power down.

C E fo E Insert and turn key to pull the button out

N E r to reconnect control power to the drill

E S fo subsytems. Key is kept in a secure loca-

E R U SE tion.
T U
02-05 F See Legend
E O n/a n/a n/a

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3.1.4.3 Lower Panel

Refer to Figure 3-9 for location information and Table 3-8 for functional information

dc

01 02 03 04 05 06

Console_RH_03

Console_RH_LowerPanels_v03
LEGEND
01. Mast Raise-Lower Joystick Control 04. Winch ON/OFF Switch
02. Mast Back Brace Locks Switch 05. Deck Hatch Switch
03. Winch Joystick Control 06. Propel Brake Switch

Figure 3-9: Right Console Lower Panel

Fig. 3-9 Type


Ref. No. Description (Positions) Color Function

01 Mast Raise- Mini-joystick n/a Controls operation of the mast raise/


Lower Joystick (100-0-100%) lower cylinders. Pull joystick toward you
to raise the mast. Push joystick away

e nt from you to lower the mast.

pmare brace locks.


02 Back Brace Locks 3-position rocker Top LED on when Press top of switch to engage the back
i
set. qu
Control Switch switch both locks

E tion
(OFF-NEUTRAL-
ON) LY f
Press bottom of switch to release the

N o ra back brace locks.


O ce e Switch returns to Neutral when not
L
A na t On p pressed.
03 Winch Joystick
I
R te en n/a
Mini-joystick Controls operation of the winch. Pull joy-
E n
AT Mai ipm
(100-0-100%) stick toward you to lower the winch
cable. Push joystick away from you to
M r qu raise the winch cable.
E o
04 Winch ON/OFF
N o r E rocker LED
C E f 2-position on when OFF disables winch system operation.

R E US E f (OFF-ON)
Switch switch winch
active.
control is ON enables winch system operation.

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E N O T Table 3-8: Right Armrest Lower Panel Functions
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Fig. 3-9 Type


Ref. No. Description (Positions) Color Function

05 Deck Hatch 2-position rocker Black OFF closes the hatch.


Switch switch ON opens the hatch.
(OFF-ON)
06 Propel Brake 3-position rocker Bottom LED on Press top of switch to release the propel
Switch switch when brakes are brake.
(OFF-NEUTRAL- set. Press bottom of switch to set the propel
ON) brake.
Switch returns to Neutral when not
pressed.

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3.1.4.4 Right Console GUI, Gauges and Front Panel

Refer to Figure 3-10 for location information and Table 3-9 for functional information

dc

LEGEND
01. Rotary RPM Gauge
02. 250XPC - Engine Preheat Indicator 01 02 03 04 05
320XPC - Main Motor Bearing Over-Tempera-
ture Fault Indicator
03. 250XPC - Engine Over-Temperature Fault Indi-
cator
320XPC - Main Motor Over-Temperature Fault
Indicator
04. Main Motor Start
05. Alert Horn Switch
06. 250XPC - Generator Start Switch
320XPC - Not used
07. 250XPC - Ignition Keyswitch
320XPC - DC Power On / Maintenance Mode
Keyswitch
08. 250XPC - Fuel Gauge 06
320XPC - Water Injection Flow Rate Indicator
09. Bit Air Pressure Gauge
10. OPC Server GUI
09

07
10

Console_RH_Front-GaugePanels_02
08
t
en
m
Console_RH_03

uipGauges and Front Panel


Y f Eq ion
Figure 3-10: Right Console GUI,

L
N o rat
O
Type c
e pe
L n
IA na t O Color
Fig. 3-10
Ref. No. Description (Positions) Function
R e en n/a
01 Rotary RPM
T EGaugeint RPM) Displays the revolutions per minute of
Gauge A Ma ipm
(0-200 the drill string.
M
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q uConsole GUI, Gauges and Front Panel Functions
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Fig. 3-10 Type


Ref. No. Description (Positions) Color Function

02 250XPC - Engine LED Amber when ON 250XPC - Flashing when preheater is ON.
Preheat Indicator (OFF-Flashing) OFF when preheater is turned off.
320XPC - Main 320XPC - Flashing when bearing over-
Motor Bearing temperature fault occurs.
Temperature OFF when bearing temperature is nor-
Fault Indicator mal.
03 320XPC Only - LED Amber when ON OFF when motor stator temperature is
Main Motor (OFF-Flashing) normal.
Temperature Flashing when motor stator over-tem-
Indicator perature fault occurs.
04 Main Motor Start 2-position main- Black ON starts the main motor or enables the
Switch tained rocker diesel engine to start.
switch Off is null.
(OFF-ON)
05 Horn Switch 2-position rocker Black ON sounds to alert personnel before
switch starting the diesel engine or main motor.
(OFF-ON) Off is null.
06 250XPC Only - 2-position rocker Grey ON starts the generator set.
Generator Set switch Off is null.
Start Switch (OFF-ON)
07 250XPC - 3-position key- Black 250XPC
Ignition Switch switch OFF = turns engine off.
320XPC - (OFF-ON-MAINT) ON = enables engine control system to
DC Power On / start engine.
Maintenance MAINT = Hold in this position for several
Mode Keyswitch seconds to enable maintenance mode of
operation.
320XPC
OFF turns DC power off.
ON stay in current state.
MAINT with main motor not running,
turns DC power on; with main motor
t running, hold in this position for several

en seconds to enable maintenance mode of

pm
operation.
08 250XPC - Fuel Gauge n/a ui 250XPC - Displays the amount of fuel in
Gauge q
Y f E ion the diesel fuel tank.
L
N o t
O ce era
320XPC - Water 320XPC - Displays the amount of water
Injection Flow flow for the water injection system as
Rate Gauge L
A nan t O p provided by the water injection flow

R I transducer (WFT).
EGauge t e n
e n/a
n
AT (0-200psi)
ai ipm
09 Air Pressure Displays the air pressure as provided by
Gauge the bit air pressure transducer (BAPT).
M M u
GUI r TouchqPanel
10
C E
OPC Server
o
f rE
n/a See Section 4.

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10 11 10 11 10 11

02 03 04

05

10 10 11 10 11
11

06 07 08

10 11

09

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n
R te en t
LEGEND
E
T ain m
02. Left Forward Turn A
01. Forward Propel 07. Straight Backward
M qui p
03. Straight ForwardM
08. Left Reverse Turn
r
ETurnfo E 09. Make 15 degree turns or less to prevent mast

05. Reverse N
C
04. Right Forward
Propel E r whipping and decrease structural stress.

E S fo 10. Left Hand Joystick Movement

E R U SE
06. Right Reverse Turn 11. Right Hand Joystick Movement

E F OT U
R O N OT Figure 3-11: Propel Operation

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3.2 Auxiliary Winch Pendant Control


Refer to Figure 3-12. The winch pendent control is used to operate the auxiliary winch.

04

01

03
02

05

Pendant_AuxWinch_R68750D1

LEGEND
01. Red LED 04. Hanger
02. Variable Speed Thumbwheel Switch - RAISE/ 05. Cable with Male Plug
LOWER
03. Power ON Pushbutton

t
en
m
ip Pendant Control
Figure 3-12: Auxiliary Winch
u
L Y f Eqlocated
The pendant is portable and is plugged into a receptacle
i on on the drill rear deck. Press the button (02) on the
back of the pendant to power on the control. Move the t
N o raaway from center,
thumbwheel (01) up or down to raise or lower the which
O ceis moved e
p
cable respectively. The greater the thumbwheel the faster the cable will raise or lower
L n
IA na t O
the load.
R
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3.3 Remote Control System


The drill may be equipped with an optional remote control system. The remote control system is used to control the
drill from outside the operators cab while it is being propelled to a new location. The system includes a transmitter
with operator controls and a radio signal receiver that converts the operator movements to machine movements
such as drill speed, direction of movement, steering, auto-level, auxiliary winch and the horn.

Three different transmitters are currently offered: Magnetek (see Figure 3-13), Control Chief Dual Stick (see Figure
3-14) and Control Chief Single Stick (see Figure 3-15).

3.3.1 Magnetek Transmitter Operation.

01 02 03 04 05 06 07

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u ip
L Eq tion 10
Y f 11
N o ra
14 13 12 09 08

O ce e
A nan t Op 09. Right Crawler Lever (forward/reverse)
L
LEGEND
01. Auto Level Stop Pushbutton Switch
02. Horn Pushbutton Switch R
I
E t e en 10. Propel Brake Switch (set/release)
n
AT Mai ipm
03. Auto Level Toggle Switch (raise/lower) 11. Cable Reel Toggle Switch (pay out/take up) - used

05. E-Stop PushbuttonM


04. Display on electric powered drills only
Switch (Pull touReset)
E Toggle or Switch
Eq (on/off)
12. Auxiliary Winch Control (raise/lower)
06. Maintenance Mode
C f r
13. Propel Speed Toggle Switch (high/low)
07. Power Switch
E N S E
(start/on/off)
fo 14. Left Crawler Lever (forward/reverse))

E R U SE
08. Key Switch (channel select)

E F OT U
R O N OT
Figure 3-13: Remote Control Dual Stick Transmitter

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Propel the drill using the radio remote transmitter as follows:

1. Before leaving the operators cab, do the following:

A. Start the drill as described under the topic START-UP (refer to subsection 6.3, Start-Up).

B. Turn off the bit lube (if used), water injection systems and bit air (refer to subsection 3.1, Operators Cab
Controls in this section).

C. Hoist the drill string out of the hole.

D. Set the hoist brake and engage the deck wrench to hold the drill string.

E. Place the AUTO LEVEL switch in the RAISE position to retract the leveling jacks if they are supporting the
drill or not fully retracted. The AUTO LEVEL function will not operate if the drill is tilted more than 5 degrees.
In that case, the operator must manually level the drill.

The AUTO LEVEL switch starts a sequence of raising (or lowering) the leveling jacks com-
pletely. If it becomes necessary to stop the operation of the leveling jacks, depress the AUTO
LEVEL STOP pushbutton on the remote transmitter.

F. Turn the MODE SELECT switch to the PROPEL position.

G. Place REMOTE CONTROL switch in the ON position.

2. Leave the operators cab and perform a complete visual inspection of the drill and the surrounding area to be
sure nothing will interfere with safe drill travel.

3. Turn the MACHINE SELECT key switch to select the channel. Confirm by depressing the HORN switch. The
horn on the drill selected will sound.

5. Select HIGH or LOW propel speed using the SPEED switch. If the terrain is flat and even and requires few turns,
use the HIGH setting. If the ground is uneven and many turns will be required, select LOW. Stay clear of the drill
while propelling under remote control. Serious injury, death or damage to the drill or other equipment may occur if
t
en
this precaution is not observed.

6. Propel the drill to the new location, making sure the operatormremains in close (but safe) proximity to the drill. The
uiatp all times during a remote propelling operation. Since
Eqand
operator must stay in line-of-sight view of the operators cab
the operator can not feel impact by the seat ofY whilenoperating the drill from a remote location, it is most
important to move slowly, to choose the mostLlevel path, o
N o rati to avoid bumps.
his pants
f
O ce e
I A nan t Op
L
E R te en
n
Tthe maximum
If the drill tilts beyondA ai ipmallowable 6, the horn will sound intermittently and all pro-
M rM will beucut by 50%. This means that all propel functions will slow down
f r Egetq the drill out of the over-tilt condition as soon as it is safely possi-
pel controller references
C
by 50%. The operatorE omust
E
ble to do so. N SE fo
E R U SE
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3.3.2 Control Chief Dual Stick Transmitter Operation


.

01 02 03 04 05 06

R60904D4

07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14

LEGEND
t
en
01. Left Crawler Lever (forward/reverse) 08. Horn Push Button Switch
02. E-Stop Push Button Switch (Pull to Reset) 09. Key Switch (machine select)
m
ip
03. Battery Power Indicator (replace battery if red) 10. Maintenance Mode Toggle Switch (on/off)
04. Transmit Indicator
u 11. Speed Toggle Switch (high/low)

LY f Eq ion
05. Cable Reel Toggle Switch (pay-out/take-up) 12. Auto Level Toggle Switch (raise/lower)

N o
06. Right Crawler Lever (forward/reverse)
t 13. Auto Level Stop Push Button Switch

O ce era
07. Power Push/Pull Switch (pull to turn transmitter 14. Propel Brake Push/Pull Switch (push to set brake/

AL nan t Op
on/push to turn transmitter off) pull to release brake)
I
R t3-14:
E e en Control Dual Stick Transmitter
T i
Figuren mRemote
Propel the drill using theM
A Matransmitter
ip as follows:
r u
E fo Eq
dual-stick

1. Before leaving C E forcab, do the following:


N Soperators
the
E
R drill asU described
E under the topic START-UP (refer to subsection 6.3, Start-Up).
A. StartEthe
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B. Turn off the bit lube (if used), water injection systems and bit air (refer to subsection 3.1, Operators Cab
Controls in this section).

C. Hoist the drill string out of the hole.

D. Set the hoist brake and engage the deck wrench to hold the drill string.

E. Place the AUTO LEVEL switch in the RAISE position to retract the leveling jacks if they are supporting the
drill or not fully retracted. The AUTO LEVEL function will not operate if the drill is tilted more than 5 degrees.
In that case, the operator must manually level the drill.

The AUTO LEVEL switch starts a sequence of raising (or lowering) the leveling jacks com-
pletely. If it becomes necessary to stop the operation of the leveling jacks, depress the AUTO
LEVEL STOP push-button on the remote transmitter.

F. Turn the MODE SELECT switch to the PROPEL position.

G. Place REMOTE CONTROL switch in the REMOTE position.

2. Leave the operators cab and perform a complete visual inspection of the drill and the surrounding area to be
sure nothing will interfere with safe drill travel.

3. Pull the POWER ON switch out to energize the remote control transmitter. The transmitter requires a few sec-
onds to complete initialization. After about four seconds, the TRANSMIT INDICATOR LED will begin to flash
and data will begin to be transmitted. Observe that the BATTERY and TRANSMIT LED indicators may be in
one of several states while the POWER button is on. These states are summarized in Table 3-10. .

Battery LED Transmit LED Description

Green Flashing Green The battery is okay and the transmitter is transmitting.

Red Flashing Red The battery is getting low but can still power the transmitter.
The transmitter is still transmitting.

Red Off The battery is too low to power the transmitter.


t
Green Off The transmitter is:
en
1. Poweringm
i p Up.

q
2. Timed u out due to inactivity.
L Y f E tilted
3. Has
t i onfor too long.
N o
Off Off O ceThereeisrano voltage to the circuit, due to POWER push button
AL nan tOFF, p
I O no battery, or battery drained.
Note that when the Battery Power
ER somewhat
tion left in the battery. ThisTvariesin
Indicator n
te echanges from Green to Red, there is about 10 minutes of opera-

A Ma ipm
from battery to battery.

M r qu Table 3-10: LED States


E fo r E
C theEkey,
N S o toturn
fand
four selections E
4. Lift the cover, insert the MACHINE SELECT switch to select the drill to be controlled. There are

E R will Usound.SE
available. Be sure select the correct drill. Confirm by depressing the HORN switch. The horn on
F OT U
the drill selected
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The hydraulically raised access ladder and the hydraulically raised dust curtain will be automat-
ically raised.

5. Select HIGH or LOW propel speed using the SPEED switch. If the terrain is flat and even and requires few turns,
use the HIGH setting. If the ground is uneven and many turns will be required, select LOW. Stay clear of the drill
while propelling under remote control. Serious injury, death or damage to the drill or other equipment may occur if
this precaution is not observed.

6. Propel the drill to the new location, making sure the operator remains in close (but safe) proximity to the drill. The
operator must stay in line-of-sight view of the operators cab at all times during a remote propelling operation. Since
the operator can not feel impact by the seat of his pants while operating the drill from a remote location, it is most
important to move slowly, to choose the most level path, and to avoid bumps.

If the drill tilts beyond the maximum allowable 6, the horn will sound intermittently and all pro-
pel controller references will be cut by 50%. This means that all propel functions will slow down
by 50%. The operator must get the drill out of the over-tilt condition as soon as it is safely possi-
ble to do so.

The transmitter will time out and stop transmitting if none of its switches or levers is used for 4.4
minutes. When this happens, the TRANSMIT INDICATOR LED will turn off and remote control
of the drill will be terminated. The POWER button must then be pulled out to restore remote
control.

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O ce era
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3.3.3 Control Chief Single Stick Transmitter Operation


.

01 02 03 04 05

BAT. POWER DEADMAN BUTTON AT TOP OF JOYSTICK TRANSMIT


INDICATOR MUST BE HELD DOWN TO OPERATE TRANSMITTER INDICATOR
FWD

REPLACE IF RED
CABLE REEL
E-STOP PAY-OUT
LEFT RIGHT

TAKE-UP
PULL TO RESET
REV P&H PART NO.
R60904D2

AUTO AUTO PROPEL


POWER HORN MACHINE MAINT. MODE SPEED LEVEL LEVEL BRAKE
PULL ON SELECT ON HIGH RAISE STOP PUSH SET
1 2
3
4

PUSH OFF OFF LOW LOWER PULL RELEASE

R60904D2

06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13

e nt
pmKey Switch (machine select)
LEGEND
01. Battery Power Indicator (replace battery if red)
ui08.
02. E-Stop Push Button Switch (Pull to Reset)
Y E q 09. nMaintenance Mode Toggle Switch (on/off)
03. Joystick
L f t i
10.o Speed Toggle Switch (high/low)
N o
O ce era 12. Auto Level Stop Push Button Switch
04. Cable Reel Toggle Switch (pay-out/take-up) 11. Auto Level Toggle Switch (raise/lower)

06. Power Push/Pull Switch (pull to L p 13. Propel Brake Push/Pull Switch (push to set brake/
05. Transmit Indicator

I an t O
Aturnntransmitter
07. Horn Push Button SwitchER e en
on/push to turn transmitter off) pull to release brake)

n t
AT Mai ipm
MFigure u
r 3-15:qRemote
C E o
f rE Control Single Stick Transmitter (Typical)

E N theSEdual-stick
Propel the drill using fo transmitter as follows:
R U E
S cab, do the following:
EleavingTthe operators
F O U
RE O N OT
1. Before

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A. Start the drill as described under the topic START-UP (refer to subsection 6.3, Start-Up).

B. Turn off the bit lube (if used), water injection systems and bit air (refer to subsection 3.1, Operators Cab
Controls in this section).

C. Hoist the drill string out of the hole.

D. Set the hoist brake and engage the deck wrench to hold the drill string.

E. Place the AUTO LEVEL switch in the RAISE position to retract the leveling jacks if they are supporting the
drill or not fully retracted. The AUTO LEVEL function will not operate if the drill is tilted more than 5 degrees.
In that case, the operator must manually level the drill.

The AUTO LEVEL switch starts a sequence of raising (or lowering) the leveling jacks com-
pletely. If it becomes necessary to stop the operation of the leveling jacks, depress the AUTO
LEVEL STOP push-button on the remote transmitter.

F. Turn the MODE SELECT switch to the PROPEL position.

G. Place REMOTE CONTROL switch in the REMOTE position.

2. Leave the operators cab and perform a complete visual inspection of the drill and the surrounding area to be
sure nothing will interfere with safe drill travel.

3. Pull the POWER ON switch out to energize the remote control transmitter. The transmitter requires a few sec-
onds to complete initialization. After about four seconds, the TRANSMIT INDICATOR LED will begin to flash
and data will begin to be transmitted. Observe that the BATTERY and TRANSMIT LED indicators may be in
one of several states while the POWER button is on. These states are summarized in Table 3-11. .

Battery LED Transmit LED Description

Green Flashing Green The battery is okay and the transmitter is transmitting.

Red Flashing Red The battery is getting low but can still power the transmitter.
The transmitter is still transmitting.
t
Red Off en
The battery is too low to power the transmitter.
m
Green Off
u ip is:
The transmitter
q nUp.
Y 1. fPowering
E
L
N 2.o Timed io due to inactivity.
tout
a
O ce3. Hasertilted for too long.
L
A nan tThere p
I O is no voltage to the circuit, due to POWER push button
Off Off
E R te en OFF, no battery, or battery drained.
n m
ATPowerai Indicator
ip changes
M somewhat
tion left in the battery.M
Note that when the Battery from Green to Red, there is about 10 minutes of opera-
This rvaries u
C E fo Eq from battery to battery.

E N SE for Table 3-11: LED States

E R insertUthe Skey,
E and turn the MACHINE SELECT switch to select the drill to be controlled. There are
T
F available.
4. Lift the cover,
E
four selections
N O T UBe sure to select the correct drill. Confirm by depressing the HORN switch. The horn on
R O willOsound.
the drill selected
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The hydraulically raised access ladder and the hydraulically raised dust curtain will be automat-
ically raised.

5. Select HIGH or LOW propel speed using the SPEED switch. If the terrain is flat and even and requires few turns,
use the HIGH setting. If the ground is uneven and many turns will be required, select LOW. Stay clear of the drill
while propelling under remote control. Serious injury, death or damage to the drill or other equipment may occur if
this precaution is not observed.

6. Propel the drill to the new location, making sure the operator remains in close (but safe) proximity to the drill. The
operator must stay in line-of-sight view of the operators cab at all times during a remote propelling operation. Since
the operator can not feel impact by the seat of his pants while operating the drill from a remote location, it is most
important to move slowly, to choose the most level path, and to avoid bumps.

If the drill tilts beyond the maximum allowable 6, the horn will sound intermittently and all pro-
pel controller references will be cut by 50%. This means that all propel functions will slow down
by 50%. The operator must get the drill out of the over-tilt condition as soon as it is safely possi-
ble to do so.

The transmitter will time out and stop transmitting if none of its switches or levers is used for 4.4
minutes. When this happens, the TRANSMIT INDICATOR LED will turn off and remote control
of the drill will be terminated. The POWER button must then be pulled out to restore remote
control.

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Section 4

Graphical User Interface

This section describes the functions of the Graphical User Interface (GUI). The GUI is also referred to as a touch
panel or touch screen and it is used to monitor drill operating parameters, to change them when necessary, and to
troubleshoot drill operating problems. Refer to Figure 4-1. The drill uses two GUIs, one mounted on each armrest.

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Figure 4-1: Touch Panel (GUI)

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4.1.1 Keyboard.

Figure 4-3: Keyboard (Typical)

The keyboard and mouse (not shown) are used to input data into the touch panel computer.

4.1.2 Touch Panel Specifications

Table 4-1 lists the specifications and options associated with the touch panel computers used on the 250XPC
Blasthole Drills.

BASE

PROCESSOR Intel Atom Z530 M 1.6 GHz minimum

RAM MEMORY 2GB DDR2

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4.1.3 Installing Software

The touch panel computer included with your drill comes with the software pre-installed and checked by P&H Mil-
waukee personnel.

4.1 Touch Panel Operation

4.1.4 Powering On

Step 1: Turn ON the power switch (01, Figure 4-2).

Step 2: When the start-up sequence is complete, the system is ready for use.

Step 3: You may now run your desired applications.

4.1.5 Display Brightness

The display brightness is adjustable by means of two buttons on the left side of the screen. As viewed from the
front: Increase brightness by repeatedly pressing the Increase Brightness button (02, Figure 4-2). Decrease bright-
ness by repeatedly pressing the Decrease Brightness button (03, Figure 4-2).

4.1.6 Powering Off

Step 1: Close all applications.

Step 2: Choose Shut down from the Start Menu. (Windows Only).

4.2 Touch Panel (GUI) Operation


When the drill is started, the GUI is automatically turned on and the Main Operations Screen (Figure 4-7) is dis-

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played. Approximately 30 seconds are required before the GUI is operational.

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4.2.1 Screen Areas

Refer to Figure 4-4. The areas on the screen utilized on the 320XPC Drill are broken down into the following sec-
tions:

Header Bar

Control Bar

Main Panel

Navigation Bar

Status Bar

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4.2.1.1 Header Bar

Figure 4-5: Header Bar Area (Typical)

The Header Bar shown in Figure 4-5, displays the following information:

P&H Logo

Drill serial number

Model of drill

Date and time

Temperature: Temperature is displayed in both Celsius and Fahrenheit

The model type and serial number shown in this manual are provided as an example. Your
model type and serial number may be different.

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4.2.1.2 Control Bar

Figure 4-6: Control Bar Area

The control bar, refer to Figure 4-6, is displayed on the left hand side of every screen.

These pushbutton/indicators which are also called icons, allow the operator to navigate through the various touch
panel screens for operation, diagnostics, setup, activity, help, and language (optional). Refer to Table 4-2.

Screen Control Description

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Screen Control Description

Activity Mode - Active


This icon allows the operator to select an Activity screen in the navigation area
on the touch panel and informs the operator that the touch panel is in the
Activity Mode.

Drill Help / Information Mode - Active


This icon allows the operator to select a Drill Help or Information screen in the
main display screen on the touch panel and informs the operator that the touch
panel is in the Help Mode

English-Espanol Button (English Active)


This icon informs the operator that English will be the language displayed on
the various screens.
When the indication has a yellow background this shows the language selected.

English-Espanol Button (Espanol Active)


This icon informs the operator that Espanol will be the language displayed on
the various screens.
When the indication has a yellow background this shows the language selected.

Table 4-2: Control Bar (Continued)

4.2.1.3 Main Panel Display

Refer to Figure 4-7. The information displayed on the Main Panel depends upon which screen types you selected
on the Control Bar (02, Figure 4-2) and the Navigation Bar (04, Figure 4-2). Various Main Panel Display screens
will be discussed later in this section.

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Figure 4-7: Screen Main Panel Display (Typical)

4.2.1.4 Navigation Bar

Depending on which Control Bar icon you have selected will determine what navigation icons are displayed on the
screen. The following sub-sections describe the screens and information displayed on them when the operator
selects different Control Bar and Navigation combinations:
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Figure 4-8: Drill Jack Status and Inclination Display Screen

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Figure 4-9: Drill Operation Display Values Screen

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Figure 4-10: Drill Main Motor Permissive Screen

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Figure 4-11: Drill DC System Permissive Screen

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page) in the main panel area.
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Figure 4-12: Main Motor Start Sequence Screen

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Figure 4-13: Drill Lube System Status Screen

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Figure 4-14: Equipment Temperatures Screen (1 of 2)

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Figure 4-15: Equipment Temperature Screen (2 of 2)

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Figure 4-16: Icon Help Screen

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See Figure 4-18

See Figure 4-19

BD1110a01

Figure 4-17: Auto Drill Adjust Screen

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Figure 4-18: Select New Drill Parameter Set Screen

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the control panel area and the AutoDrill Adjust icon in the navigation area. Then, from the auto drill adjust screen

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Figure 4-19: Auto Drill Settings Screen

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area and the AutoDrill Adjust icon in the navigation area. The Program Key Switch much be ON to change values
on this screen.
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Figure 4-20: I/O Status (View by Block) Diagnostics Display Screen

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touch the corresponding icon.
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Figure 4-21: I/O Status (View by I/O Function) Diagnostics Display Screen

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icon in the control panel area and the I/O Status icon in the navigation area. To view the screen by Blocks, touch
the corresponding icon.
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Figure 4-22: Drill System Information Screen

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Figure 4-23: User Level Login Screen

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panel area and the Change Security Level icon in the navigation area.

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Figure 4-24: Define The Parameter Set Values Screen

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Figure 4-25: Change Unit Settings Screen

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Figure 4-26: Set Total Rotary Carriage Weight Screen

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Figure 4-27: Lube Cycle Setup Screen

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Figure 4-28: Icon Help and Next Menu Screen

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Figure 4-30: Change Vibration Settings Screen

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Figure 4-31: Change Max Pulldown or Rotary Speed Screen

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Figure 4-32: Pipe in the Hole Protection Screen

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Figure 4-33: Next Menu Icon Help Screen

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Figure 4-34: Current Drill Activities Screen

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This icon allows the operator to navigate to the Help Main Screen display.

Save Log
This icon allows the operator to save the current drill activities information to a
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Figure 4-35: Help Main Screen

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Section 5

Pre-Operation Inspection

5.1 General
Before starting the drill, the operator must be fully aware of current operating conditions (including the area sur-
rounding the drill), the condition of the drill, personnel (working on or around the drill), and other factors that might
affect safe operation of the drill.

The inspection procedures below provide the operator with an overview of the hazards to look for, and a systematic
approach to ensure proper inspection. However, no procedure can anticipate all hazards involved with the opera-
tion of heavy equipment, since many hazards are workplace specific. Therefore, the operator is responsible to
inspect for hazards not mentioned, and to take appropriate action to prevent them from causing accidents.

The inspection procedure should be divided into three steps: ground area inspection, on-ground drill inspection,
and on-drill inspection.

5.2 Ground Area Inspection


Be aware of all personnel working on or around the drill, and inform them of potential safety hazards. Get positive
acknowledgement from such personnel that they are aware of these hazards before operating the drill. The safety
of people is an operators first concern.

5.2.1 Obstructions

Inspect the area around the drill for obstructions, including vehicles parked in work or travel areas, ditches, holes,
large rocks, stored materials, overhangs, banks, and all other items specific to the work area.

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5.2.4 Grade Angles

Inspect the drill pattern and anticipated travel paths to ensure that the grade angle is within safe travel limits, and
tipping hazards are eliminated. Tipping hazards include obstructions that could tilt the drill beyond the maximum
permissible tilt grade.

5.2.5 Bank Hazards

Inspect the condition of the highwall top when drilling in close proximity to the highwall crest. Inspect the bank for
loose materials that could dislodge when drilling near the base of the bank, and be sure that ground conditions do
not pose a hazard before operating the drill.

5.2.6 Visibility

Prior to night operation or when visibility is expected to become poor, confirm that sufficient lighting will be available
to ensure safe operation and that lighting is functional. Be sure that operator visibility is not obscured in the work
area.

5.3 On-ground Drill Inspection


While standing on the ground, inspect the following:

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in serious personal injury or death. Before handling the cable for inspection, disconnect
electrical power to the trail cable from the switch house and use lockout and tagout pro-
cedures. Use qualified inspection personnel equipped with appropriate devices for per-
sonal protection and power cable testing and handling.

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5.3.3 Mechanical Equipment

Check all leveling jacks to verify that they are undamaged, properly lubricated and in the proper positions. Inspect
the equalizer axle assembly for loose or missing pins, keepers, or damage. Inspect the track mechanism for cor-
rect track tension, damage to pads or other components, cleanliness of drive tumblers and idler wheels, the pres-
ence and condition of track pins and keepers, and proper lubrication. Inspect the condition of the dust curtain and,
when provided, the cylinders and hoses (optional adjustable curtain). Confirm the boarding ladder and grab rails
have no broken or missing parts and will support weight as designed.

5.4 On-Drill Inspection

Always shut the drill down before making on-drill inspections.

5.4.1 Machinery Deck

Climb to the machinery deck of the drill and inspect the area outside the machinery house for the following condi-
tions:

Check the T-tank for damage or leaks and confirm the separator oil level.

Verify the optional on-board fire extinguisher pull station is not damaged. Confirm that the portable fire extin-
guisher has a current inspection tag punch, pin and pin seal, and proper pressure indication.

Confirm that the compressor oil cooler and the hydraulic oil cooler are clean and not obstructed.

Inspect the ladders and grab irons for damage or missing parts and confirm that they will support weight.

Confirm that the machinery house glass is not damaged.

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5.4.3 Inside Machinery House

Enter the machinery house and inspect for burned out bulbs, damage to equipment, piping or hoses, excessive
grease, air, or oil leaks, and overall housekeeping. Confirm that all guards and covers are in place.

Confirm the PDT oil level using the dipstick provided.

Confirm that the hydraulic oil tank level is correct.

Confirm that the grease level in the lube tank is correct.

Confirm that locks are installed and locked on appropriate electrical cabinets.

Confirm that the Emergency Stop push button on the auxiliary control cabinet is pulled out and that lockout
locks and/or tags have been removed.

Confirm that house louvers are free to move or swing open/closed.

Confirm operation of house lighting.

Check house doors, latches and seals. Make sure doors are closed and latched before drilling begins to
help prevent dust and moisture from entering the house.

5.4.4 Drill Platform Area

Inspect for cleanliness and housekeeping, broken, missing, or damaged grease lines and injectors, for damage to
pipe racks, breakout wrench, deck wrench, or rotary carriage (as appropriate). Check for proper placement and
condition of air, grease, and hydraulic lines to the rotary carriage.

5.4.5 Operators Cab

Enter the operators cab and confirm the following:

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Record faults that will not reset and call for maintenance assistance to rectify them. The drill should
not be started until all warnings are cleared and all faults are understood.

HVAC unit operation

All safety devices, such as fire suppression, emergency stops, and guards must be functional
before operating the drill. If conditions are found which could hamper the safe operation of the
drill, lock out equipment as required and report the conditions to the proper authority.

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Section 6

Operation

6.1 General
This section describes use of the individual controls of the drill. Due to the variety and complexity of drilling opera-
tions and applications, this section does not attempt to cover specific drilling operations and/or drill sequences.
Some operational procedures are suggested; however, these are provided as a guide rather than as an attempt to
instruct, since P&H Mining Equipment is well aware that a drill of this size is not entrusted to anyone except a fully
qualified operator.

If you are not familiar with any control referenced throughout this section, or its location, refer to Section 3.

The procedures described in this section are written as individual procedures which can be performed without com-
pleting the previous procedure. As the driller becomes more familiar with the operation of the drill, the procedures
can be linked together to form a single logical procedure.

6.1.1 Normal Operation

Observe the following before and during normal operation of the drill:

1. Ensure that the drill has been correctly maintained and lubricated by performing the prestart checks outlined in
Section 5.

2. Read this manual thoroughly before beginning to drill, and use the suggested procedures described, including
drill start-up, drill operation, and drill shutdown.

3. Keep the drill clean. A dirty and cluttered drill creates hazardous working conditions that could result in per-
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10. Do not allow the mast to contact electrical power or other utility lines.

11. Do not attempt to propel the drill with obstructed visibility. Always ensure that the path is clear. Have an
observer watch the trail cable while guiding the operator, keeping the trail cable away from the crawlers.

12. Do not attempt to propel in a potentially unstable condition. For additional stability in rough terrain, remove the
drill pipe and lower the rotary carriage to the bottom of the mast. For maximum stability, lower the mast to its
horizontal position. Reduce speed to minimum when propelling over rough terrain.

13. Before propelling, be certain the drill bit, dust curtains, and the leveling jacks are clear of the ground. Make
turns gradually. Sharp turns may cause one crawler to dig in and place excessive strain on the propel drive
train and crawler assembly. Remove rocks or other objects trapped between the crawler shoes.

14. Keep work areas and platforms clean and clear of cuttings, hand tools, and other objects.

15. Keep hands, clothing, rags, and tools away from moving parts.

16. Do not leave the drill unattended and parked over a finished blast hole. Always lower the rotary carriage to its
lowest possible position before leaving the drill.

6.1.2 Operating the Drill During Maintenance

When it is necessary to operate the drill in conjunction with a repair or an adjustment, the person operating the con-
trols must be thoroughly familiar with the drill. Use a means to maintain constant communication. The person at the
controls must be prepared to take the necessary actions to avoid injury or death of personnel and damage to prop-
erty.

1. Do not attempt to lubricate or service the drill while it is operating or running.

2. Be sure the hydraulic and air systems are not pressurized before loosening or removing any connections or
parts for maintenance or repairs.

3. Adjust work techniques as required to assure safety in bad weather or other adverse conditions. Do not oper-
ate in severe weather or under extremely hazardous conditions. Unsafe working conditions are determined by
the operator.
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9. Use fall protection devices and systems whenever climbing the mast ladder, working on the mast or away from
the handrails and slip resistant pathways on the house roof. Before using the mast ladder, read and follow
instructions for the mast ladder fall arrest system.

6.2 Pre-Start Inspection


Before start-up each work day and/or at the beginning of each work shift, ensure that the appropriate Maintenance
Checks have been performed, and ensure that the drill is clear of all loose objects, tools, or articles that could
cause hazardous operating conditions.

Follow the Pre-Operation Inspection procedure outlined in Section 5, Pre-Operation Inspection..

If necessary, turn on the cab heater/air conditioner and adjust cab temperature thermostat to a comfortable level.
Adjust the operator seat to a comfortable position.

6.3 Start-Up
To start the drill, proceed as follows:

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Rotating machinery and live electrical circuits can cause personnel injury or death.
Before starting the drill be sure all personnel are clear of drill mast, moving machinery,
rotating shafts, electrical cabinets and other areas that may be hazardous.

1. Be sure all personnel are clear of drill mast, moving machinery, rotating shafts, electrical cabinets, and other
areas that maybe hazardous.

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6.4 Shutdown
The following topic describes how the drill is to be shut down following a drilling operation or work shift. Separate
procedures are provided for shutdown under normal conditions, and for shutdown under emergency conditions.

6.4.1 Shutdown, Normal Conditions

Use the following procedure to shut down the drill under normal operating conditions.

1. Raise the drill string out of the hole. Keep the drill bit rotating, and ensure that the bit air is flowing while with-
drawing the drill string. Then stop bit rotation and engage the deck wrench.

2. Lower the drill onto the crawlers as described under Topic 6.5.

3. Move the drill away from the hole, lower the string to its lowest possible position (bit on ground or rotary car-
riage on mast bottom stops). Set the hoist brake.

4. Place all operating controls in their OFF or neutral position.

5. Turn the keyswitch to the OFF position to shut down the main drive motor. A sequenced shutdown of the
machine will occur and all appropriate systems will be shut down as determined by the PLC program.

The main motor can also be shut down using the Main Motor Stop push button (10, Figure 6-1)
on the main control cabinet (MMC) in the machinery house.

6.4.2 Shutdown, Emergency Conditions

Use the following procedure to shut down the drill in an emergency. An emergency situation requires that the rotary
or propel functions of the drill be shut down immediately, or the safety of personnel is at risk.

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The procedure for emergency stopping of the drill may be very abrupt and can damage
the drill due to potentially high stress loadingipon
u
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E tio) and immediately exit the drill.
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2. After the reason shutdown has been corrected, reset the Emergency Stop push button by
pulling E of theSpush
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6.5 Propel Operation


The following paragraphs outline the procedures used to propel the drill. They are intended only as a guide.

! WARNING
Operating the drill on excessive grades can cause tipover, resulting in severe personal
injury or death and substantial property damage. Do not exceed 8 tilt in any direction
without consulting the stability diagram delivered with the machine. [note: an 8 slope is
a 14% grade].

From a mechanical perspective, when propelling long distances, preference should be given to the reverse direc-
tion as this will minimize wear and stress placed on the crawler components (refer to Figure 6-2). Forward propel-
ling places the slack of the crawler belt on the bottom of the crawler frame, which results in reduced drive tumbler
engagement and causes accelerated wear of the crawler link pins.

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in 15 to 20 degree increments, with short peri-
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of dirt. I
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1. Observe all operating cautions

C E fo underE Topic 6.3 if necessary.


2. Start the drill as described
N SEconditions r
3. Be sure theEfollowing fo have been satisfied before the drill is moved:
E R U SE
BitFair and
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Drill string has been raised out of the hole and the hoist brake is set.

Dust curtain and front access ladder have been raised.

Leveling jacks are fully retracted.

Trail cable is in a safe location.

Press the Cable Reel Auto/Manual switch (08, Figure 3-6) to the Automatic position to allow the
trail cable to take-up and payout cable as required.

All obstructions have been removed.

Water injection system is turned off.

Propelling the drill is accomplished by operating the propel joysticks (02 and 03, Figure 3-1). Speed of travel is
determined by the amount of displacement of the propel joysticks from the centered, neutral position. Direction of
travel is determined by the direction of joystick movements from the straight forward or backward positions.

4. Press the Mode Select button (03, Figure 3-3) to place the control in the propel position. The propel horn will
sound continuously.

! WARNING
Blasthole drill tipover due to steep grades can cause severe injury, death or machine
damage. Never operate on grade values greater than recommended for machine configu-
ration. If uncertain contact your P&H representative for consultation.

5. Use the following guide to propel the drill forward, backward, left or right. Refer to Figure 6-3.

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02. Left Forward TurnM u
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08. Left Reverse Turn

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03. Straight Forward
fo r E 09. Make 15 degree turns or less to prevent mast
N E fo
04. Right Forward Turn
05. ReverseEPropel S
whipping and decrease structural stress.

06. RightRReverseUTurn E
10. Left Hand Joystick Movement

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F O U T S 11. Right Hand Joystick Movement

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6.6 Remote Control Operation


Refer to subsection 3.3, Remote Control System in this manual for remote control propelling of the drill.

6.7 Towing System (Option)

Towing the drill requires an optional towing package to be installed. Do Not use the fol-
lowing instructions or attempt to tow a drill that does not have the towing package
installed.

6.7.1 Description

The optional towing system package is used to provide brake release power when a drill needs to be towed and
power is not available to the drill to run the hydraulic system.

A hand pump is used to build up enough pressure in the brake release circuits to release the brakes. The pump
has an internal relief valve to limit the pressure to 350 psi (24.1 bar). Actual output pressure can be observed on
the pressure gauge located in the brake enclosure.

An accumulator is pre-charged to 200 psi (13.8 bar) and is used to store pressurized oil in the towing circuits to
compensate for normal oil leakage with the propel brakes released.

Below the directional control valve in the valve stack on VB4 is a check valve and a set of pilot operated check
valves. The purpose for these valves is to allow manual brake release with the use of the optional tow system hand
pump.

A breakaway valve is included and is used to set the propel brakes in the event that the tow vehicle becomes sep-
arated from the drill. One end of a tether cable is attached to the tow vehicle and the other end is attached to a trip
plate in the valve. The valve is mounted on the drill and if the vehicles separate, the trip plate will be pulled out

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6.7.2 Components m
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The optional towing system is made up of the following q ncomponents:
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gency brake valve assembly, and a tow bar. ALhand pump, i o
a brake release enclosure, an emer-

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N is mounted pressure gauge and instruction decal are located inside
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6.7.3.1 Towing Preparation

Figure 6-4: Tow Bar

1. Refer to Figure 6-4. Install the tow bar on the two towing lugs attached to the drill frame at either the front or the
rear of the drill.

2. Connect the other end of the tow bar to a suitable towing vehicle.

3. Attached the safety chains to the brackets mounted on the drill frame and tow bar.

4. Insert the trip plate into the emergency brake valve as shown in Figure 6-5

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5. Secure the towing tether to the side of the tow bar as shown in Figure 6-6.

LEGEND
01. Emergency Brake Valve 05. 15-foot Wire Rope
02. Anchor Shackle 06. Snap Spring
03. Rope Clamp and Thimble 07. Eye Pad
04. Chain Link 08. Brake Valve Mount

Figure 6-6: Towing Tether

6. Attach one end of the tether to the towing vehicle. Use a shackle to attach the other end of the tether to the trip
plate in the brake valve (refer to Figure 6-5).

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7. Refer to Figure 6-7 and disengage the propel motor coupler as follows:

01 02 03 04

05
06
07
08
09

BD0377a01

LEGEND 05. Cover


01. Propel Motor 06. Bolt
02. Input Shaft Sleeve 07. Cap
03. Coupler 08. Hex Head Bolts
04. Propel Transmission 09. Shift Sleeve

Figure 6-7: Transmission Disconnect for Towing

! WARNING
nt the brakes on the tow vehicle and
Unexpected drill movement could result in serious bodily injury or death. Disengage the
motor coupler only while the drill is at standstill. e
Set
m
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Step 3: Remove the two hex headIA a them
bolts,ninsert t 90 offset into the shift sleeve, and turn them in, evenly and
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the and cap, in that order, with bolts. The coupler and input shaft are now disengaged,

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Step 5: Repeat the procedure for the other propel motor coupler.

! WARNING
Unexpected drill movement could result in serious bodily injury or death. Disengage the
motor coupler only while the drill is at standstill. Set the brakes on the tow vehicle and
chock the tow vehicle.

8. Open the door on the manual brake release enclosure (see Figure 6-8), mounted on the left side of the frame
near the forward end of the drill.

LEGEND
01. Pressure Gauge
02. Pressure Release Valve
03. Hand Pump
04. Instructions

01

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ce ptoepump until the gauge reads 350 psi (24.1 bar).
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E inte en
11. Test the emergency release valve
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Low hydraulic pressure could allow the brakes to drag, causing damage to the propel
transmission. Monitor the pressure during the towing process. Keep pressure at 350 psi
(24.1 bar).

6.7.3.2 Tow the Drill to the New Location

Using an appropriate towing vehicle, follow the warnings and cautions below:

1. Confirm that the towing tether line is connected to the towing vehicle so that it will set the propel brake if the
towing connection is broken.

Excessive towing speed can cause significant damage to the drill. The drill must not be
towed faster than it was designed to propel. Do not exceed 1 mph (1.6 kph).

! WARNING
Blasthole drill tipover due to steep grades can cause severe injury, death or machine
damage. Never tow the drill on grade values greater than recommended for machine
configuration. Follow the guidance on the stability chart in the operators cab for towing
as well as for propelling. If uncertain contact your P&H MinePro Services representative
for consultation.

2. Tow slowly over even terrain. Station guides on the ground to alert the towing vehicle of any obstructions,
including overhead obstructions. Maintain communications with the towing vehicle operator at all times.

t towing will result in component


damage. Before towing and while the drill is beingen
Lack of lubrication to the crawler assemblies during
towed, be sure that the moving parts
pm
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ture is excessive, allow the bushingsO
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4. Lubricate the bushings by installing a grease gun on the injector manifold at the side of the crawler frame.

Figure 6-9: Crawler Frame Manual Lubrication

Do not touch the transmission with bare hands to check temperature. This can cause
severe burns.

The propel transmission can overheat when being towed. As a general precaution, mon-
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5. Also check to be certain that the propel transmissions arem


p not overheating. If the transmissions are too warm,
allow them to cool to an acceptable temperature (nearuiambient) before continuing.

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F T UShead bolts, insert them 90 offset, and draw the shift sleeve into cover by tightening the
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D. Assemble cap and spacer, in that order, into cover with bolts. Coupler and input shaft are now engaged, and
the hydraulic motor and gear drive are connected.

E. Repeat the procedure for the other propel motor coupler.

2. Uncouple the towing vehicle and stow the tow bar assembly.

! DANGER
Hazardous voltage will cause burns, injury, or death. The trail cable that supplies electric
power to the drill carries high voltage. Turn off power to the trail cable at the power sub-
station, and use lockout/tagout procedures before installing the high voltage trail cable
on the drill.

3. Install the high-voltage trail cable between the power substation and the drill. Inspect the cable connections
and the cable for damage prior to restoring main power from the substation.

4. Start the drill.

6.8 Leveling Operations

The following paragraphs outline the procedures used to level the drill, either automatically or
manually. In general, auto-leveling is preferred.

In the following procedures it is assumed that the dust curtains are raised.

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6.8.1 Automatic Leveling

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severe personnel injury orIAdeath n O
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property damage. Always level the drill
n unload the crawler belts, but not so high that the
n ground. Inspect the ground for lifting support, and add
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2. Raise the front access ladder, if it is down. Visually confirm that the ladder is fully raised.

! WARNING
Lowering jacks on electrical power cables will damage these cables and can cause
injury or death by electrocution of crew or other ground personnel. Inspect for electrical
power cable locations on the ground and provide clearance for the electrical power
cable before lowering the jacks.

3. Press up and release the Auto Level switch (02, Figure 3-5) to lower all jacks which will raise and level the drill.
The drill will self-level with the least amount of jack extension. Level condition is indicated on the GUI.

4. Press the Auto Level Stop switch (01, Figure 3-5) to stop the auto level sequence.

6.8.2 Automatic Lowering

To lower the drill automatically, proceed as follows:

1. Ensure that all operating controls are in the neutral (OFF) position and all brakes are set.

2. Raise the front access ladder, if it is down. Visually check that the ladder is fully raised.

3. Press down on the Auto Level switch (02, Figure 3-5) to raise all jacks and lower the drill. The drill will lower
itself while retaining a level condition until the crawlers make solid contact with the ground. The jacks will con-
tinue to retract until they reach the point of maximum retraction, at which time the auto level system will shut
down.

4. Press the Auto Level Stop switch (01, Figure 3-5) to stop the auto level sequence.

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6.8.3 Manual Leveling

To raise and level the drill manually, proceed as follows:

! WARNING
Sudden tip-over can occur when raising and leveling the drill with jacks, death or severe
personnel injury and substantial property damage. Always level the drill at the lowest
practical height that will unload the crawler belts. Inspect the ground for lifting support
and add cribbing or support mats before lowering jacks. Use a signal person to assist in
watching the jacks, crawlers and drill during the leveling process. On rough terrain, it
may be possible to have only one corner of the crawlers touching the ground. Select
level spots for jack pads and be sure they are well seated and stable.

1. Ensure that all operating controls are in the neutral (OFF) position.

The following sequence is to be used for leveling the drill on flat surfaces only. On sloping sur-
faces, always begin leveling the drill on its lowest corner.

2. Raise the front access ladder, if it is down. Visually check that the ladder is fully raised.

! WARNING
Lowering jacks on electrical power cables will damage these cables and can cause elec-
trocution to crew or other ground personnel resulting in severe injury or death. Inspect
for electrical power cable locations on the ground and provide clearance for the electri-
cal power cable before lowering the jacks.

3. Push the Right Rear and Left Rear Leveling Jack Joysticks (03 and 04, Figure 3-5) away from you to extend
the jack cylinders until the rear jack pads contact the ground and just begin to raise the rear of the drill.
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6.8.4 Manual Lowering

To lower the drill manually, and proceed as follows:

1. Ensure that all operating controls are in the neutral (OFF) position and all brakes are set.

2. Raise the front access ladder, if it is down. Visually confirm that the ladder is fully raised.

The following sequence is for retracting the jacks on level surfaces only. When retracting the
jacks on sloping surfaces, retract the jack at the highest ground level first.

! WARNING
Sudden tip-over can occur when lowering the drill with jacks, death or severe personnel
injury and substantial property damage. Always lower the drill slowly, and in stages,
maintaining a level condition until the crawler belts contact the ground and are support-
ing the drill. Use a signal person to assist in watching the jacks, crawlers and drill during
the lowering process.

Operate the jacks either individually or simultaneously, keeping the drill level, until jacks are
fully retracted.

3. Pull the Leveling Jack Joysticks (03, 04, 05 and 06, Figure 3-5) toward you to retract the jack cylinders until the
jacks are fully retracted.

4. Confirm that each jack is fully retracted and clear of the ground prior to moving the drill. The Drill Jack Status
and Inclination Display Screen on the GUI (see Figure 4-8) shows if the jacks are retracted or not. If necessary,
visually check the position of the jacks.
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mast to the horizontal travel position. TheOdrill must
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! DANGER
Energized overhead power lines contacted by the drill mast will result in severe injury or
death of personnel near or touching the drill. Do not raise the mast under or near over-
head power lines. OSHA and MSHA require at least 10 feet of clearance from overhead
power lines carrying 50,000 volts or less. Greater clearances are required for lines with
higher voltages. Always maintain the minimum clearances, or disconnect and ground
the power line at the drill site.

Do not raise the mast under or near overhead power lines.

! WARNING
Lowering or raising the mast can crush or pinch personnel or equipment within the mast
movement path resulting in severe injury, death, or equipment damage.

Before lowering or raising the mast inspect mast area for obstructions and remove all personnel from the
mast movement path, including inside the house. Remain within the cab with the doors closed during raising
or lowering of the mast.

Do not open the operators cab door or allow anyone on or near the drilling platform while the mast is being
moved.

Be sure the drill pipe stored in the pipe racks is secure and seated against the rack stops.

Visually check that there are no loose objects in or on the mast that could fall and cause injury to personnel
when the mast is raised.

2. Press the Hoist Brake Button switch (06, Figure 3-2) to release the hoist brake.

3. Move the drill head to its lowest possible position at the base of the mast.

4. Press the Mast Anchor Pins Unlock switch (03, Figure 3-7). Visually inspect that the mast anchor pins are fully
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M ther Mfasteruthe mast will raise. As pressure builds in the mast hydraulics system, the
5. Pull the mast Raise-Lower
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The center of gravity of the mast passes over the pivot point before the mast reaches the verti-
cal position, which tends to accelerate the rate at which the mast approaches its vertical stops.

6. Reduce the rate of mast movement by moving the joystick closer to center as the mast nears the full vertical
position. Visually check to confirm that the mast is raised and completely vertical.

7. Press the Mast Anchor Pins Lock switch (10, Figure 3-7). Visually ensure that the mast anchor pins freely enter
the bored holes in the mast base. Also, verify that the mast anchor pins extend completely into the mast.

8. Press the Mast Tilt Locks Locked switch (04, Figure 3-7) until the brace lock sleeves are fully positioned over
the knee joints of the back braces.

Unexpected machine movement or slippery roof surface can cause injury to personnel.
Restrict access to roof during mast raising or lowering. Follow lockout/tagout proce-
dures and use fall protection if access to the restricted portion of the roof area is
required for inspection, service or maintenance. Visually confirm that the brace lock
sleeves have correctly positioned over the knee joints, and the back braces and lock
sleeves are secure.

6.9.2 Lowering the Mast

To lower the mast to the horizontal travel position, proceed as follows:

1. Keep the following points in mind prior to lowering the mast.

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nt the mast near overhead power
death of personnel near or touching the drill. Do not lower
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Do not open the cab door or lean into the path of the mast deck.The lowering mast could seriously injure
anyone in it's way.

Visually confirm that the rotary carriage is at the bottom of the mast.

Before lowering the mast, confirm there are no loose objects in or on the mast that could fall and possibly
cause injury to personnel.

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Mast bouncing or jerking can cause a sudden tipover resulting in severe personnel
injury, death, and/or drill damage. Do not permit crew or other personnel on the machine
while performing the mast lowering operation. Purge air from the hydraulic system and
cylinders as described in Step 2.

2. Press the Mast Tilt Locks Unlocked switch (10, Figure 3-7) to fully retract the back brace lock sleeves from the
knee joints of the back braces. Assure that the brace lock sleeves are fully retracted, and the knee joints are
clearly visible.

3. Press the Mast Anchor Pins Unlock switch (03, Figure 3-7). Visually ensure that the mast anchor pins are fully
retracted from the mast base.

4. Push the Mast Raise-Lower Joystick (03, Figure 3-7) away from you to lower the mast. The more the joystick is
moved away from center, the faster the mast will lower.

Excessive force from the mast hoist cylinders could damage the mast structure. Do not
apply excess pressure to the cylinders. Release the mast joystick as soon as the mast is
fully seated.

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6.10 Drilling Set-Up


The following paragraphs outline the procedures used to ready the drill for drilling, including set-up of the rotary
head, installation of the drill bit, adding and removing pipe sections, and handling of pipe. These procedures are
provided as a guide to drill operation and do not substitute for instruction of a new operator through formal training.
The set-up procedure is outlined in short topics below, each describing a vital portion of the set-up sequence.

Prior to the start of a drilling operation, perform the mast raising and drill leveling procedures, as
outlined previously in this manual. Ensure that the drill is stable, the leveling jacks are correctly
extended and set and the mast is raised and secured in a vertical position.

6.10.1 Rotary Carriage Movement

After the drill has been correctly leveled and the mast securely erected, raise the rotary carriage in preparation for
a drill set-up as follows:

1. Place the Mode Select switch (02, Figure 3-3) in the Hoist position.

2. Press the Hoist Brake switch (06, Figure 3-2) to release the hoist brake. When the brake is released, the red
hoist brake indicator (10, Figure 3-6) will be off.

3. Press the Hoist Speed Variable Control thumbwheel (05, Figure 3-2) down to set the speed and raise the rotary
carriage.

Refer to (05, Table 3-1) for thumbwheel operation details.

4. Press the Hoist Brake switch (06, Figure 3-2) to set the hoist brake.

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6.10.2 Deck Wrench

The deck wrench is used when adding or removing drill pipe. It is also used in the installation of the stabilizer (refer
to Figure 6-10).

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02. Pawl 06. Drill Pipe or Stabilizer
03. Wrench Body 07. Guide Bushing
04. Wrench Housing 08. Pipe Breakout Slot

Figure 6-10: Deck Wrench

Engage the deck wrench to secure a section of drill pipe at the drilling platform, and disengage the deck wrench to
release the section of drill pipe. Operate the deck wrench as follows:
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6.10.3 Drill Pipe Installation, First Section

Attach the first section of pipe to the rotary head as follows:

1. Raise the rotary carriage until it clears the top of the pipe rack following the procedures in Subtopic 6.10.1.

2. Set hoist brake.

3. Press the Pipe Rack OVER HOLE switch (12, Figure 3-7) to move the pipe rack (refer to Figure 6-11) forward
and until it is positioned under the rotary head coupling.

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5. Press the Hoist Brake switch (06, Figure 3-2) to release the hoist brake. When the brake is released, the red
hoist brake indicator (10, Figure 3-6) will be off.

6. Press the Hoist Speed Variable Control thumbwheel (05, Figure 3-2) up to set the speed and lower the rotary
carriage.

Refer to (05, Table 3-1) for thumbwheel operation details.

7. Press the Rotary Speed switch (06, Figure 3-3) to place rotary motion in the low speed range.

8. Press the Rotary Speed Variable Control thumbwheel (07, Figure 3-3) down to decrease the rotary speed.

The following step requires that the rotary drive be operated at very slow speed while the rotary
carriage drifts downward, permitting connection of the drill pipe with the rotary coupling.

9. Adjust the forward speed of the rotary carriage to very slow while simultaneously releasing the hoist brake. The
hoist drive will allow the rotary carriage to drift slowly downward. The simultaneous rotation and head decent
will permit the rotating female pipe threads in the rotary head coupling to mate with the stationary male pipe
threads on the section of pipe.

10. Press the Hoist Brake switch (06, Figure 3-2) to set the hoist brake.

Be sure that the threads of all pipe joints are in good condition, and that they are clean and well
lubricated. Pipe threads should be inspected and lubricated whenever they are at drilling plat-
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6.10.4 Stabilizer Installation

The stabilizer is attached via standard API or BECO threaded pipe joint between a section of drill pipe and the drill
bit. Its function is to prevent the drill bit from wandering off-center at the bottom of the hole. Refer to Figure 6-12.

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02. Deck Wrench Slots (recesses)
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Before installing the stabilizer, the first section of drill pipe must be installed as described in subsection 6.10.3, Drill
Pipe Installation, First Section. Then, attach the stabilizer as follows:

! WARNING
The rotating drill string or its associated moving components can trap and crush per-
sonnel, resulting in severe injury or death. Do not enter the drilling and mast area while
the drill is operating. Notify the operator to shut down the drill and use lockout/tagout
procedures before conducting maintenance or service. When working in the drilling and
mast area while power is supplied to the drill, establish a procedure to maintain commu-
nications between the work crew and the person controlling the drill operation and shut
down.

1. Place the Mode selector switch in the HOIST position.

2. Release the hoist brake.

3. Press the Hoist Speed Variable Control thumbwheel (05, Figure 3-2) down to set the speed and raise the rotary
carriage. Raise the rotary carriage the amount needed to raise the drill string clear of the platform.

4. Set hoist brake.

5. Position the stabilizer in the deck wrench using the lifting bail and auxiliary winch (refer to Figure 6-13). Oper-
ate the Auxiliary Winch control, raising or lowering the hook as required to vertically align the breakout slots at
the top of the stabilizer with the deck wrench pawls.

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6. Press the Deck Wrench Extend switch (10, Figure 3-2) to extend the deck wrench and engage the deck
wrench pawls into the stabilizer's breakout slots. Be sure that the pawls are fully seated in the stabilizer break-
out slots.

It may be necessary to rotate the stabilizer by hand, while it is being supported by the lifting bail,
to align the breakout slots with the deck wrench pawls.

7. Using the Auxiliary Winch switch or the remote pendant, lower the hoist hook, as required until the hoist cable
is slack. Remove (unscrew) and store the lifting bail and auxiliary winch hook.

8. Position the pipe guide bushing on the stabilizer (refer to Figure 6-12).

Be sure that the threads of all pipe joints are in good condition, and that they are clean and well
lubricated. Pipe threads should be inspected and lubricated whenever they are at drilling plat-
form level.

The following step requires that the rotary drive be operated at very slow speed while the rotary
carriage drifts downward, permitting connection of the drill pipe with the pipe stabilizer.

9. Adjust the clockwise speed of the rotary motion to very slow while simultaneously releasing the hoist brake.
The hoist drive will allow the rotary carriage to drift slowly downward. The simultaneous rotation and head
descent will permit the rotating female pipe threads in the drill pipe to mate with the stationary male pipe
threads on the pipe stabilizer. Move the rotary controller to neutral to stop pipe motion.

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6.10.5 Drill Bit Installation

Before installing the drill bit, the first section of drill pipe, the pipe guide bushing, and the stabilizer must be installed
as discussed previously. Then, install the drill bit as follows:

1. Press MODE selector switch to the HOIST position.

2. Press the Hoist Brake switch (06, Figure 3-2) to release the hoist brake.

3. Move HOIST/PULLDOWN controller in the HOIST direction to raise the rotary carriage. Raise the rotary car-
riage the amount needed to move the stabilizer clear of the platform, then return the hoist control controller to
the center (neutral) position.

4. Set the hoist brake.

! WARNING
The rotating drill string or its associated moving components can trap and crush per-
sonnel, resulting in severe injury or death. Do not enter the drilling and mast area while
the drill is operating. Notify the operator to shut down the drill and use lockout/tagout
procedures before conducting maintenance or service. When working in the drilling and
mast area while power is supplied to the machine, establish a procedure to maintain
communications between the work crew and the person controlling the drill operation
and shutdown

5. Install the bit breakout wrench into the platform lugs (refer to Figure 6-14). Use the auxiliary winch to move the
breakout wrench. Use the auxiliary winch to raise or lower the hook as required to ensure that the bit breakout
wrench mates correctly with the platform locking lugs.

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6. Position the drill bit into the breakout wrench. Use the bit lifting bail and auxiliary winch to move the bit (refer to
Figure 6-15). Use the auxiliary winch to raise or lower the hook as required to ensure that the drill bit is cor-
rectly positioned and fully seated in the breakout wrench.

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02. Drill Bit
03. Bit Breakout Wrench

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7. Remove (unscrew) the bit lifting bail from the drill bit, and anchor the winch hook away from the drill string.

8. Adjust the clockwise speed of the rotary carriage to very slow while simultaneously releasing the hoist brake.
The hoist drive will allow the rotary carriage to drift slowly downward. The simultaneous rotation and head
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10. After the connection has been properly made, move the ROTARY controller to the center (neutral) position.

11. Operate the HOIST/PULLDOWN controller as needed to raise the drill string free of the bit breakout wrench.
Then, return the controller to the neutral position.

12. Set the hoist brake.

It may be necessary to turn the drill bit to clear the breakout wrench. If so, use ROTARY con-
troller for rotational control.

13. Remove the breakout wrench from the platform lugs, using the auxiliary winch to handle the breakout wrench.

6.10.6 Lowering The Bit

To lower the drill string into position in preparation for drilling, proceed as follows

Flying debris and drilling dust can cause eye or other serious injury. Dust containing
crystalline silica can cause respiratory disease, cancer, injury or death. Always lower the
dust curtains before drilling. Keep all personnel off drilling platform and away from the
drill hole while drilling is in process. Avoid dust contamination from work clothes, eating
or drinking. Follow mine procedures for air monitoring, exposure limitations, and protec-
tion methods for dust and crystalline silica exposure.

1. Place the MODE selector in the HOIST position.

2. Press the Hoist Brake switch (06, Figure 3-2) to release the hoist brake.

3. Move the HOIST/PULLDOWN controller in the LOWER direction. Lower the drill string slowly until the drill bit
almost contacts the ground. Then move the HOIST/PULLDOWN controller to the center (neutral) position.
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6.10.7 Collaring

Collaring is the procedure used to start drilling of a new blasthole (refer to Figure 6-16). The collared hole is drilled
to a preferred depth at slow speed, (approximately one-half the normal drilling speed), thus ensuring accurate posi-
tioning of the drill and hole.

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2. Keep the dust curtain flaps to the outside and as low as possible. Before drilling, inspect the dust curtains to
assure that all dust curtains are installed and in the lowered position. Curtains should not be lifted to remove
cuttings while the drill is drilling a hole.

Compressed air flowing through the drill bit will blow loose dirt and debris into the atmo-
sphere, which can injure the eyes of personnel. Wear protective glasses and face shields
when working around blowing air.

3. Press the Bit Air switch (08, Figure 3-2) to start the flow of air through the drill pipe and to the drill bit.

4. If necessary, press the Bit Lube switch (08, Figure 3-7) to activate the flow of lubricant to the drill bit.

5. Press the Mode Select button (03, Figure 3-3) to enter drill mode.

6. Press the Rotary Speed button (06, Figure 3-3) to enable the rotary speed variable control.

7. Press the Rotary Speed Variable Control thumbwheel (07, Figure 3-3) up slightly to increase the rotary speed
reference. When the desired speed is reached as observed on the Rotary RPM Gauge (01, Figure 3-10), allow
the thumbwheel to return to center. This will set the drill string rotary speed. Collaring speeds are determined
by drilling conditions and type of base material being penetrated.

8. Press the Hoist Brake switch (06, Figure 3-2) to release the hoist brake. When the brake is released, the red
hoist brake indicator (10, Figure 3-6) will be off.

9. Press the Hoist Speed Variable Control thumbwheel (05, Figure 3-2) up slightly to increase thedownward car-
riage speed reference. When the desired speed is reached as observed on the Rate of Penetration Gauge (05,
Figure 3-6), allow the thumbwheel to return to center. This will set the downward bit feed rate.

10. Continue as described below under Drilling.

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