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Type : A318/A319/A320/A321 Selected applicability : 306-306


Rev. Date : Aug 01, 2018
07-11-00-581-001-A - Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations

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TASK 07-11-00-581-001-A
Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations

WARNING: BEFORE YOU LIFT THE AIRCRAFT WITH JACKS, MAKE SURE THAT THE WEIGHT OF THE
FUEL IS EQUAL ON THE TWO SIDES OF THE AIRCRAFT CENTERLINE.

WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE AIRCRAFT IS STABLE:


- BEFORE YOU PUT IT ON JACKS
- DURING ALL THE TIME IT STAYS ON JACKS.

WARNING: MAKE SURE THAT THE GROUND SAFETY-LOCKS ARE IN POSITION ON THE LANDING
GEAR. THIS WILL PREVENT UNWANTED MOVEMENT OF THE LANDING GEAR, AND THUS
POSSIBLE INJURY TO PERSONS AND DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT AND/OR EQUIPMENT.

WARNING: WHEN YOU DO THE LEVELING/LIFTING OR LOWERING OF THE AIRCRAFT, MAKE SURE
THAT:
- YOU USE THE CORRECT LIFTING/LOWERING EQUIPMENT FOR THE CONDITIONS
- THE PERSONS WHO OPERATE THE LIFTING/LOWERING EQUIPMENT HAVE THE COR-
RECT TRAINING AND KNOWLEDGE
- THE NECESSARY SAFETY AREA IS IDENTIFIED
- THERE ARE NO UNWANTED PERSONS OR EQUIPMENT IN THIS AREA
- THERE IS NO WORK IN PROGRESS ON THE AIRCRAFT.
IF YOU DO NOT OBEY THESE PRECAUTIONS, INJURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO
EQUIPMENT CAN OCCUR.

CAUTION: YOU MUST NOT LIFT THE AIRCRAFT WITH THE SAFETY STAY.

CAUTION: DO NOT USE THE TAIL SAFETY STAY WHEN THE AIRCRAFT IS ON ITS WHEELS.

1. Reason for the Job


To lift the aircraft for maintenance operations.
2. Job Set-up Information: Refer to the complete view
3. Job Set-up

A. Safety Precautions
(1) Before the lifting operation, identify a safety area.

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(Ref. Fig. Safety Area SHEET 1)

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3m
(10 ft)

3m
(10 ft)
3m
(10 ft)

3m 3m
(10 ft) (10 ft)

3m 3m
(10 ft) (10 ft)

NOTE: 3m
(10 ft)
SAFETY AREA LINE
N_MM_071100_2_ABA0_01_00

Figure 07-11-00-991-00900-00-B / SHEET 1/1 - Safety Area


** ON A/C 107-150, 302-350

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Rev. Date : Aug 01, 2018
07-11-00-581-001-A - Lifting for Aircraft Maintenance Operations

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NOTE: Local safety regulations can contain additional rules and information applicable to safety
areas.

(2) Make sure that the safety devices are installed on the landing gears (Ref. AMM TASK 32-00-00-481-
001) .
(3) Install the CHOCK - WHEEL(S) at the wheels of the main landing gear.
(4) Make sure that the WARNING NOTICE(S) are in position in the cockpit.

B. General Information for Jacking


(Ref. Fig. Location of the Jacking/Safety Points SHEET 1)

JACKING POINT

RIB9

FR74

FR8 FR73

JACKING POINT

SAFETY STAY

RIB9

JACKING POINT

N_MM_071100_2_AAM0_01_01

Figure 07-11-00-991-00100-00-A / SHEET 1/1 - Location of the Jacking/Safety Points


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(Ref. Fig. Different Heights of the Jacking/Safety Points)

FR74
FR73
FR8
FUSELAGE
DATUM LINE

FORWARD JACK WING JACK SAFETY STAY N


L

RIB9 RIB9

WING JACK FORWARD WING JACK M


JACK

TYPICAL JACK INSTALLATION SHOWN

NOTE:
THE SAFETY STAY IS NOT USED FOR JACKING. N_MM_071100_2_NBM0_01_03

Figure 07-11-00-991-00200-00-D / SHEET 1/2 - Different Heights of the Jacking/Safety Points


** ON A/C 301-350, 401-450

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DISTANCE BETWEEN
JACKING/SAFETY POINTS
AND THE GROUND (mm (in))
CONFIGURATION DESCRIPTION
L M N
(FORWARD (WING (SAFETY
JACK) JACK) STAY)
NLG SHOCK ABSORBER DEFLATED AND
NLG TIRES FLAT 1 603 mm 3 124 mm 3 635 mm
MLG STANDARD TIRES WITH STANDARD (63.11 in) (122.99 in) (143.11 in)
SHOCK ABSORBERS
- AIRCRAFT ON WHEELS 1 654 mm 2 761 mm 2 889 mm
TIRES FLAT
SHOCK ABSORBERS DEFLATED (65.12 in) (108.70 in) (113.74 in)

STANDARD TIRES 1 924 mm 3 125 mm 3 341 mm


STANDARD SHOCK ABSORBERS (75.75 in) (123.03 in) (131.54 in)

FOR MLG RETRACTION OR EXTENSION OR


MLG REMOVAL/INSTALLATION, MAKE SURE
THAT THERE IS A CLEARANCE OF
2 605 mm 3 706 mm 3 830 mm
- AIRCRAFT ON JACKS 950 mm (37.40 in) FROM GROUND TO MAIN
(102.56 in) (145.91 in) (150.79 in)
(FORWARD JACK AND FITTING OR MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS AN
WING JACKS) MLG WHEEL CLEARANCE OF
- FUSELAGE DATUM LINE 120 mm (4.72 in)
PARALLEL TO THE GROUND
- STANDARD TIRES
- ALL SHOCK ABSORBERS FOR REPLACEMENT OF MLG SHOCK
EXTENDED ABSORBER, MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS A 3 255 mm 4 356 mm 4 480 mm
GROUND CLEARANCE TO BOTTOM OF MAIN (128.15 in) (171.50 in) (176.38 in)
FITTING OF 1 600 mm (62.99 in)

- AIRCRAFT ON FORWARD FOR NLG RETRACTION OR EXTENSION OR


JACK REPLACEMENT OF NLG SHOCK ABSORBER,
- MLG WHEELS ON THE MAKE SURE THAT THERE IS A GROUND
2 371 mm 2 930 mm
GROUND CLEARANCE TO BOTTOM OF TURNING NA
(93.35 in) (115.35 in)
- STANDARD TIRES TUBE OF 1 000 mm (39.37 in) OR MAKE SURE
- NLG SHOCK ABSORBER THAT THERE IS A WHEEL CLEARANCE OF
EXTENDED 60 mm (2.36 in)

N_MM_071100_2_NBM0_02_00

Figure 07-11-00-991-00200-00-D / SHEET 2/2 - Different Heights of the Jacking/Safety Points


** ON A/C 301-350, 401-450

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NOTE: Jacking point heights are minimum values, you must use these values to select jacks for the ne-
cessary aircraft configuration.

(1) You must lift the aircraft at three points on the structure with three hydraulic jacks:
· One point is under the forward fuselage at FR8,
· The two other points are under the wings at RIB9.
When the aircraft is on jacks, put a safety stay between FR73 and FR74.
This prevents any accidental movement of the aircraft.

NOTE: You must not use the safety stay to lift the aircraft.

You can lift the aircraft with jacks when the tires and the shock absorbers are deflated.
You can lift the aircraft at the forward jacking point only, with the wheels of the main landing gear on
the ground (Ref. AMM TASK 07-11-00-581-003) .

NOTE: We recommend that each of the hydraulic jacks has a load indicator to monitor the load at
each jacking point. If the hydraulic jacks have a load indicator, this must have two scales:
- A scale with graduations in bars (psi)
- A scale with graduations in daN (lbf).

NOTE: The jack load capacity must be higher than the maximum permitted structural load given in
the text that follows.

(2) Install the DYNAMOMETER-SAFETY STAY (98D07103000000) on the safety stay.

** ON A/C 301-350, 401-450

CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT THE WEIGHT OF THE AIRCRAFT IS NOT MORE THAN THE MAXIMUM
WEIGHT SPECIFIED IN THIS PROCEDURE.

CAUTION: MAKE SURE THAT THE LOAD ON THE JACKS IS NOT MORE THAN THE MAXIMUM LOAD
SPECIFIED IN THIS PROCEDURE.

C. Reaction at the Jacking Points

NOTE: The maximum permitted aircraft weight for the jacking procedure is 69000 kg (152118.92 lb).

(1) Make sure that you do not apply more than the permitted load at each jacking point.
(2) At the point at FR8:
· The permitted load is 6800 daN (15287.01 lbf).
(3) At the points at RIB9, LH and RH wings:
· The permitted load is 33400 daN (75086.17 lbf).
(4) At the point between FR73 and FR74:
· The permitted load is 2000 daN (4496.18 lbf).

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D. Aircraft Configuration
(1) Make sure that the aircraft is stable (Ref. AMM TASK 05-57-00-200-001) .
(2) Apply the Flight Configuration Precautions (Ref. AMM TASK 32-00-00-860-001) .

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E. Get Access
(1) Put the ACCESS PLATFORM 3M (10 FT)- ADJUSTABLE in position at RIB9 under each wing. Put
the ACCESS PLATFORM 4M (13 FT)-ADJUSTABLE in position between FR73 and FR74.
(2) Open the access door 311AL.

** ON A/C 301-350, 401-450

F. Installation of Specific Tools


(Ref. Fig. Jacking Pads - Installation SHEET 1)
(1) On the wing, remove the plugs to install the dowels (3).
(2) Install the JACKING PAD SET (98D07104081000) (2) at RIB9.
(3) Install the JACK ADAPTER-FUSELAGE (98D07103500000) (1) at FR8.
(4) Install the DYNAMOMETER-SAFETY STAY (98D07103000000) on the safety stay.
(5) Put the JACK - FORWARD FUSELAGE in vertical position below the jacking point.
For typical installation of the nose jack, the adapters and the load cells, refer to the drawing GLOBAL
JACKING SA (98D07103001000) .
This drawing shows the Airbus recommended installation.
(6) Fully extend the jack threaded rods.

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G. Remove the CHOCK - WHEEL(S).

H. Aircraft Maintenance Configuration


(1) On the panel 110VU:
· Set the PARKING BRK control switch to OFF.

J. Removal of Ground Support Equipment


(1) Make sure that the passenger/crew doors, the emergency exits and the cargo doors are closed and
locked or fully open and locked.
(2) Remove the access platform(s).
(3) Remove the ground support and maintenance equipment, the special and standard tools and all other
items.

WARNING: WHEN YOU LIFT OR LOWER THE AIRCRAFT, ALWAYS KEEP IT IN A LEVEL ATTITUDE. IN-
JURY TO PERSONS AND/OR DAMAGE TO THE AIRCRAFT CAN OCCUR.

4. Procedure

A. Aircraft Leveling
(1) Operate the lifting control of the nose jack to make the aircraft centerline horizontal.
(2) Make sure that the aircraft is level with:
· A spirit level in the forward cargo compartment (Ref. AMM TASK 08-21-00-200-001) or
· A spirit level in the passenger compartment (Ref. AMM TASK 08-21-00-200-001) or
· The ADIRU (if installed) (Ref. AMM TASK 08-21-00-200-001) .

B. Aircraft Lifting
(1) Put the JACK - WING in position.

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For the typical installation of the wing jacks, the adapters and the load cells, refer to the drawing
GLOBAL JACKING SA (98D07103001000) .
This drawing shows the Airbus recommended installation.
(2) Slowly operate the controls of the nose and the two wing jacks to lift the aircraft at the same attitude.

NOTE: It is necessary to monitor the level attitude of the aircraft during all the jacking procedure.

(3) Continue to lift the aircraft until you get sufficient clearance to do the maintenance operation
scheduled for the aircraft.

** ON A/C 301-350, 401-450


(Ref. Fig. Different Heights of the Jacking/Safety Points)

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(Ref. Fig. Ground Clearance For Main Landing Gear (MLG) Main Fitting SHEET 1)

BOTTOM OF MLG
MAIN FITTING

MLG MAIN-FITTING
GROUND-CLEARANCE

A
GROUND LEVEL FWD

N_MM_071100_2_ABH0_01_00

Figure 07-11-00-991-00800-00-A / SHEET 1/1 - Ground


Clearance For Main Landing Gear (MLG) Main Fitting
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(4) Make sure that the safety locknuts of the hydraulic jacks continue to touch the jack collars while you
lift the aircraft.
(5) Installation of the safety stay
(a) Set the JACK - SAFETY STAY and put it in position between FR73 and FR74.

NOTE: The installation of the safety stay is necessary to keep the aircraft stable during the main-
tenance operation.

(b) Operate the safety stay until it touches the safety point.

CAUTION: REMOVE THE SAFETY STAY BEFORE YOU DO THE LANDING GEAR EXTENSION
AND RETRACTION TESTS. DAMAGE TO THE FUSELAGE CAN OCCUR IF THE AIR-
CRAFT MOVES DURING THE TESTS.

(6) If it is necessary to do the landing gear extension/retraction tests, make sure that you remove the
safety stay before the tests.

NOTE: The aircraft structure moves lightly during the extension/retraction test.

(7) Airbus recommends that you keep the safety area identified to prevent unwanted persons or
equipment in the area.

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