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Atlas Copco

Boltec Cable Safety

PM No. 9852 1586 01a

2005-06

Atlas Copco Boltec Cable Safety PM No. 9852 1586 01a 2005-06
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Before starting, read all instructions carefully. Special attention must be paid to information
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Before starting, read all instructions carefully.
Special attention must be paid
to information alongside
this symbol.
Only use genuine Atlas Copco parts.

1250 0071 04

© Copyright 2005, Atlas Copco Rock Drills AB, Sweden

Any unauthorized use or copying of the contents or any part thereof is prohibited. This applies in particular to trademarks, model denominations, part numbers and drawings.

Atlas Copco Rock Drills AB SE-70191 Örebro, Sweden

 

Safety

Safety

1. Contents

5

Contents, target group and objective

5

2. Safety regulations

6

General safety regulations

6

Guarantee

7

Warnings

7

Description

7

Heading

7

3. Risk area of the rig

9

Description

9

Risk area

9

Risk area while tramming

9

Risk area when drilling and bolting

10

Working in the risk area of the rig

11

Description

11

Specific expertise

11

Action

11

Special procedures

12

4. Warning signals

13

Acoustic warning

13

Horn

13

Reversing alarm

13

Visual warning

13

Beacon

13

Automatic

14

5. Emergency stop

15

Function

15

Emergency stop location

15

Operator panel

15

Hydraulic panel

15

Cab

16

Engine frame

16

6. Fire-fighting

17

Fire fighting equipment

17

Fire extinguishers

17

Description

17

Location of fire extinguisher

18

Fire fighting systems

18

Ansul and Forrex

18

Principal components

18

Safety

 

Location of actuators

19

Cab

19

Engine frame

19

In case of fire

19

Fire extinguishers

19

Hand-held fire extinguisher and fire fighting

20

7.

Signs

22

General

22

Prohibition signs

22

Warning signs

22

General warning signs

22

Service work

23

Stability

23

Tipping risk

24

Electrical system

24

Air conditioning

25

Automatic

25

Regulatory signs

26

General regulatory signs

26

Alternating current generator

28

Information signs

28

Other signs

29

8.

Rig stability

31

Rig spirit level

31

Lateral

31

Longitudinal

31

Maximum permissible inclination angles

32

Rig stability requirements

32

Atlas Copco requirements

32

Requirements in accordance with EN791:1996

32

Stability norm

33

Description

33

Rig on wheels with booms/drilling unit in transport position

33

Rig on jacks with booms/drilling unit in working

34

9.

Declaration

36

EC - Declaration of conformity

36

Individual machine and safety components

36

Other applicable directives

36

Harmonised standards which have been applied

36

Issuer

36

1. Contents

Safety

1. Contents

Contents, target group and objective

The Safety document contains important information for the prevention of accidents. The information should be read by everybody who will be working with the rig; oper- ators and maintenance personnel.

Safety

2. Safety regulations

2. Safety regulations

General safety regulations

• Read and comprehend the manual before the rig and its equipment is operated.

• The rig must only be used for the purposes described in these instructions, see operator's instructions, Applications.

• Special attention must be paid to safety and all the warnings in the manual.

• It is essential that personnel observe general and local safety, health and traffic regulations.

• Always use a helmet, hearing protection, protective safety glasses, safety gloves and other necessary safety equipment when you are in the vicinity of the rig.

• Pay attention to the rig's warning signals when you are in the vicinity of the rig, see Safety, Warning signals .

• The drilling equipment must only be used, maintained and repaired by personnel well conversant with the equipment and the dangers involved.

• Checks and adjustments that are necessary when the rig is in operation must be carried out by at least two persons. One person must then be present at the operat- ing station and have a good view of the work.

• Extra caution must be exercised when changing a drill bit or drill steel see opera- tor's instructions, Drilling.

• All work with tyres and wheels must only be performed by trained maintenance personnel.

• Before the rig is operated ensure that no one is in the rig's risk area, that the rig has been maintained in accordance with the maintenance schedule in force, that all controls, emergency stop and fire extinguishers are working satisfactorily, that warning signs and safety labels are in the correct locations, are clean and fully leg- ible. Report damage and deficiencies immediately. Do not operate the system before all faults have been rectified. See also operator's instructions, Daily inspection.

• When parking and following each shift, ensure that the brakes are applied and that the wheels are blocked. In addition, check the emergency stop and safety equip- ment.

• All work performed with the rig involves impact on the surrounding environment, e.g. in the form of vibrations and landslide. Work must always be carried out with great caution and in accordance with safety directives in force.

• Engine exhaust fumes are poisonous. Good ventilation is essential when the diesel engine is running.

• During service work, stay only within areas indicated on the rig's engine cover. Do not step onto opened service covers.

• When maintenance work is carried out under a raised cab, the cab must be secured in the raised position.

Safety

2. Safety regulations

• When performing maintenance and renovation work on the rock drill, always fit the rock drill on a folding plate. See Rock drill, Tool list.

• Ensure that there is no pressure in the hydraulic, pneumatic and water systems and that the electrical system is turned off before removing the rock drill from the rig.

• Use approved lifting devices when handling the rock drill. Avoid lifting heavy weights by hand.

Guarantee

• Use only Atlas Copco original parts. Any damage or operational interruptions caused by using spare parts of other manufacture than Atlas Copco will not be covered by warranty or product liability.

• Atlas Copco renounces any responsibility for damage caused by unauthorised modification to the rig and its equipment.

• Overloading the rig can result in damage to machinery which is not noticed during normal usage. Such damage is not covered by the guarantee.

• The manufacturer is not liable for damage caused by inappropriate use.

• Damage that occurs as a result of substandard repairs, as well as injury to person- nel or damage to equipment that is attributable to older unrepaired damage, is not covered by the guarantee.

Warnings

Description

The manuals contain warnings. The warnings are framed and contain a safety text preceded by a warning symbol and a signal word (danger, warning and caution).

symbol and a signa l word (danger, warning and caution). Figure: Warning symbol Heading • The

Figure: Warning symbol

Heading

• The Danger heading indicates an imminent risk of serious or lethal injury if the warning is not heeded.

• The Warning heading indicates a risk or dangerous course of action that can lead to serious or lethal injury if the warning is not heeded.

Safety

2. Safety regulations

• The Caution heading indicates a risk or dangerous course of action that can lead to personal injury or damage to property if the warning is not heeded.

3. Risk area of the rig

Description

Safety

3. Risk area of the rig

The risk area of the rig is a zone within or around the rig where a person is exposed to risk of injury and health hazards.

The following points must be observed for the risk area of the factory delivered rig to apply:

• good ventilation must be provided while the diesel engine is running.

• hearing protection, protective safety glasses and helmet must be used in the vicin- ity of the rig when the rig is operating.

Risk area

Risk area while tramming

Note Observe the following when moving the rig:

• make sure that no one is in the rig's direction of travel

• make sure that no one remains in the rig's risk area

Safety

3. Risk area of the rig 2 m 2 m 2 m 1250 0112 59
3. Risk area of the rig
2 m
2 m
2 m
1250 0112 59

Figure: Risk area when moving the rig

Risk area when drilling and bolting

16 m 26 m
16 m
26 m

Figure: Risk area when drilling and bolting

Safety

3. Risk area of the rig

Working in the risk area of the rig

Description

Fault finding or working in the rig's risk area involves risk. Accordingly, always carry out the fault finding or the work with great care and accuracy. For further safety regulations, see Safety, Safety regulations.

Note Pay attention to the rig's warning signals when you are in the vicinity of the rig, see Safety, Warning signals.

Specific expertise

Specific expertise is required for:

• the electrical system

- Diagnosis of and work on the electrical system must only be performed by appropriately authorised electricians.

• tyres and wheels

- All work on tyres and wheels must be carried out by specially trained mainte- nance personnel as it is important to ensure that correct procedures are fol- lowed and that the right tools are used.

• climate unit refrigerant system

- Diagnosis of and work on the climate unit refrigerant system must only be per- formed of specially trained maintenance personnel.

Action

All work in the rig's risk area requires certain precautions:

• The electric motors and diesel engine must be switched off during fault finding and work within the rig's risk area. For exceptions, see section Special procedures.

• Hydraulic, pneumatic and water systems must be depressurised with diagnosis and work in the rig's risk area. For exceptions, see section, Special procedures.

• The rig's power supply must be disconnected and locked during fault finding and work within the rig's risk area (unplugged and socket locked with a padlock). For exceptions, see section Special procedures.

• When diagnosis or work in the rig's risk area is to be performed, all components which can be moved or continue moving must be secured, by supports or strap- ping before the diagnosis or work is started.

Safety

3. Risk area of the rig

Special procedures

Exercise extra caution and care when carrying out fault finding or other work at the same time as one or more of the following points are applicable:

• the electric motors are started

• the diesel engine is started

• the hydraulic pumps are running

• the rig's power supply is connected (plugged in)

• the hydraulic system is pressurised

• the pneumatic system is pressurised

• the water system is pressurised

If one or more of the above criteria must be fulfilled in order to carry out fault finding or certain work then special steps must be taken:

• The work must be carried out by at least two people, one of which must be at the operating station and have a good view of the work.

4. Warning signals

Acoustic warning

Horn

Safety

4. Warning signals

The rig is equipped with a horn (1) located on the control panel.

1 1250 0100 24 Figure: Horn (1)
1
1250 0100 24
Figure: Horn (1)

Reversing alarm

The drill rig has a reversing alarm that sounds loudly when the drill rig is reversing. This is to warn individuals in the vicinity that the drill rig is reversing.

Visual warning

Beacon

The rig is equipped with a warning beacon that lights up when the ignition has been turned on. This is to call the attention of anyone in the vicinity that the rig is about to be moved.

Safety

4. Warning signals

1250 0098 90
1250 0098 90

Figure: Warning beacon

Automatic

Rigs equipped with automatic functions have warning lamps (A), which flash when the rig is carrying out automatic sequences. Rigs with ABC-total also have barrier sensors located in front of the cab that halt all the automatic functions when anything passes them.

Note Keep away from the rig's risk area when the warning lamps are flashing.

A

1250 0001 20
1250 0001 20
A
A

Figure: Warning lamps, automatic (A)

5. Emergency stop

Function

Safety

5. Emergency stop

Emergency stops stop the diesel engine and all electric motors.

Note The main switch on the electrical distribution box must be reset once the emergency stop has been tripped when operating on mains power, see section Resetting emer- gency stop below.

Emergency stop location

Operator panel

1250 0101 96
1250 0101 96

Figure: Emergency stop device on operator panel

Hydraulic panel A71 P P
Hydraulic panel
A71
P
P

1250 0034 24

Figure: Emergency stop device on the hydraulic panel

Safety

5. Emergency stop

Cab

If the rig is equipped with a cab, the emergency stop is on the outside of the cab.

1250 0102 00
1250 0102 00

Figure: Emergency stop outside cab

Engine frame A Bolt c L
Engine frame
A
Bolt c L
Figure: Emergency stop outside cab Engine frame A Bolt c L 1250 0101 98 B Figure:

1250 0101 98

B
B

Figure: Emergency stop on engine frame

A Location of emergency stop device

B Emergency stops

6. Fire-fighting

Fire fighting equipment

There are two types of fire fighting equipment:

• Fire extinguisher (standard equipment)

• Fire fighting system (option)

Fire extinguishers

Description

Safety

6. Fire-fighting

The rig is equipped with handheld fire extinguishers for fires of class ABC.

Note If the fire extinguisher has been used, it must be replaced with a new one immedi- ately. Check regularly that the needle on the gauge is within the green zone and make sure that the fire extinguisher is replaced as soon as the needle approaches the red zone.

O K 0 K O
O
K
0
K
O
0
0
replaced as soon as the needle approaches the red zone. O K 0 K O 0

1250 0098 88

Figure: Fire extinguisher gauge

Safety

6. Fire-fighting

Location of fire extinguisher

Safety 6. Fire-fighting Location of fire extinguisher K O O K 0 A 1 2 1250

K

O

O

K

0

A

1
1
2
2

1250 0098 87

Figure: Location of fire extinguisher

A Fire extinguishers

1 Rig with protective roof

2 Rig with cab (hand-held fire extinguisher located in cab)

Fire fighting systems

Ansul and Forrex

The fire fighting system Ansul has a dry powder as extinguishing medium while For- rex has an extinguishing fluid. Both systems are used to extinguish any engine fires.

The fire fighting system is not designed to extinguish all types of fire, especially large collections of flammable materials with ample supplies of oxygen. It is there- fore necessary to provide additional means of extinguishing residual fires should the fire fighting system not succeed in extinguishing it completely.

Principal components

Both fire fighting systems comprise the following main components:

• activators

• start gas cartridge

• drive gas cartridge

• container for extinguishing medium

• extinguishing nozzles, located around the diesel engine and battery

Location of actuators

Cab

Safety

6. Fire-fighting

If the rig is equipped with a cab, the actuator will be on the outside of the cab.

with a cab, the actu ator will be on the outside of the cab. 1250 0102

1250 0102 09

Figure: Actuator outside cab

of the cab. 1250 0102 09 Figure: Actuator outside cab Engine frame A Bolt c L
Engine frame A Bolt c L
Engine frame
A
Bolt c L
09 Figure: Actuator outside cab Engine frame A Bolt c L 1250 0102 07 Figure: Actuator

1250 0102 07

Figure: Actuator on engine frame

A Location of actuators

B Activators

B
B

In case of fire

Fire extinguishers

Note First and foremost must local regulations, rules and legislation be followed if a fire occurs.

Safety

6. Fire-fighting

1. Trigger the emergency stop by pressing the button to stop the rig as fast as possi-

ble.

2. Use the handheld fire extinguisher to extinguish the fire, follow the manufacturer's

instructions.

3. Carry out the following steps if it is possible and without danger:

a. Turn off the rig's battery switch.

b. Turn off the rig's fuel supply.

4. Do not restart the rig until the cause of the fire has been established and any faults

rectified.

5. After extinguishing, replace the hand-held fire extinguisher with a new, approved hand-held fire extinguisher.

Hand-held fire extinguisher and fire fighting system.

Note First and foremost must local regulations, rules and legislation be followed if a fire occurs.

1. Trigger the emergency stop by pressing the button to stop the electric motor and diesel engine as fast as possible.

2. Carry out the following steps if it is possible and without danger:

a. Apply the parking brake (for wheel rigs).

b. Activate the fire fighting system by pulling out the spring clip (1) and pressing down the releasing device (2).

2

2 1

1

1250 0100 30

Figure: In case of fire

c. Take a hand-held fire extinguisher.

d. Turn off the rig's battery switch.

e. Turn off the main power to the rig.

Safety

6. Fire-fighting

f. Turn off the rig's fuel supply.

g. Have a fire extinguisher handy to put out any re-ignited fires.

Note Use the fire extinguisher according to the manufacturer's instructions.

3. Do not restart the rig until the cause of the fire has been established and any faults

rectified.

4. After extinguishing:

a. replace used hand-held fire extinguishers with new, approved hand-held fire extinguishers.

b. inspect the fire fighting system.

Safety

7. Signs

7. Signs

General

It is essential that all the signs are in the correct locations, are clean and fully legible.

Prohibition signs

Table: Prohibition signs

Symbol

Description

Symbol

Description

 

Prohibition sign

   

Prohibition sign

1250 0098 91
1250 0098 91

• No admittance.

1250 0098 97
1250 0098 97

Don't step here.

• No admittance to unauthorised personnel.

 

• Violation can cause personal injury.

Warning signs

General warning signs

Table: General warning signs

Symbol Description Symbol Description Warning sign Warning sign • High noise level. • Slip risk
Symbol
Description
Symbol
Description
Warning sign
Warning sign
• High noise level.
Slip risk
• Could cause
permanent hearing
impairment.
• Use approved ear
defenders.
1250 0099 81
1250 0101 89

Safety

7. Signs

Symbol Description Symbol Description Warning sign Warning sign • Danger of scalding and pressure. •
Symbol
Description
Symbol
Description
Warning sign
Warning sign
• Danger of scalding
and pressure.
• Danger of air
pressure.
• Can cause serious
injuries.
• Can cause serious
injuries.
• The pressure must
be released before
the cap can be
removed.
• The pressure must
be released before
the cap is removed.
1250
0100 13
1250 0100 14
Warning sign
Warning sign
• Danger of moving
and rotating parts.
• Danger of swinging
and crushing parts.
• Could cause severe
injuries.
• Could cause severe
injuries.
• Keep out of the
machine's working
area when it is in
operation.
• Keep out of the
hazardous area
during operation.
1250 0099 79
1250 0098 98

Service work

Table: Warning sign, service work

Symbol Description Warning sign • In the event of a breakdown or during service work
Symbol
Description
Warning sign
• In the event of a breakdown or during service
work the boom falls diagonally.
• Injuries and damage to machinery could occur.
• During service work the boom must be secured
in place with straps or supports.
1250
0099 85

Stability

Table: Warning sign, stability

Symbol Description Warning sign • Stability. See section Rig stability. Max. Max. 1250 0099 00
Symbol
Description
Warning sign
Stability.
See section Rig stability.
Max.
Max.
1250 0099 00

Safety

7. Signs

Tipping risk

Table: Warning signs, tipping risk

Symbol Description Symbol Description Warning sign Warning sign • Danger of tipping when moving rig.
Symbol
Description
Symbol
Description
Warning sign
Warning sign
• Danger of tipping
when moving rig.
• Tipping risk during
drilling.
Max.
• Injuries and damage
to machinery could
occur.
• Injuries and damage
to machinery could
occur.
1250 0099 83
• When moving the rig,
booms and service
platform must only be
swung out within the
rig's slewing radius.
1250 0099 84
• During rig operation
the jacks must be
fully extended, be in
contact with the
ground and fully
relieve the weight on
the wheels.

Electrical system

Table: Warning signs, electrical system

Symbol Description Warning sign • High tension • Incorrect handling can be fatal. • All
Symbol
Description
Warning sign
• High tension
• Incorrect handling can be fatal.
• All work on the electrical system must be
carried out by electricians accredited for the
purpose.
1250 0099 80

Air conditioning

Table: Air conditioning warning sign

Safety

7. Signs

Symbol

R134a Max 32 bar
R134a
Max 32 bar

1250 0099 86

Description

Warning sign

• Refrigerants under pressure.

• Danger of serious personal injury.

• Risk of compressor breaking down.

• Service of refrigerant system must be carried out by authorised personnel.

• Do not use the air conditioning unit if refrigerant deficiency, leakage or other faults are present.

Automatic

Table: Warning signs, automatic

Symbol Description Warning sign • The rig's operating cycles are preprogrammed and can start automatically
Symbol
Description
Warning sign
• The rig's operating cycles are preprogrammed
and can start automatically without the presence
of an operator.
• May cause severe personal injury.
• Keep out of the machine's working area.
1250 0099 82

Safety

7. Signs

Regulatory signs

General regulatory signs

Table: General regulatory signs

Symbol

1250 0099 89

1250 0099 89

1250 0100 09

1250 0100 09

Description

Regulatory sign

• Read the instructions.

• Incorrect use of the machine may cause personal injury and damage to machinery.

• Observe the indications given by the warning signs and follow given instructions in order to avoid serious injuries.

Regulatory sign

• Read the instructions.

• The carrier's battery supplies the hydraulic oil level switch with current.

• The battery switch must be turned on when drilling is in progress.

• Switch off the battery switch when the rig is not in operation. If this is not done the battery will be discharged.

Symbol

1250 0099 92

1250 0099 92

1250 0099 91

1250 0099 91

Description

Regulatory sign

• Read the instructions.

• This rig is equipped with a battery switch.

Regulatory sign

• Read the instructions.

• The hydraulic system must be filled with hydraulic oil.

Safety

7. Signs

Symbol

1250 0099 93

1250 0099 93

1250 0100 10

1250 0100 10

1250 0131 63

1250 0131 63

Description

Regulatory sign

• Read the instructions.

• Fill with engine oil.

Regulatory sign

• Read the instructions.

• Fill with lubricating oil.

Regulatory sign

• Use safety belt.

Symbol

1250 0100 11

1250 0100 11

1250 0101 41

1250 0101 41

sign • Use safety belt. Symbol 1250 0100 11 1250 0101 41 Description Regulatory sign •

Description

Regulatory sign

• Read the instructions.

• Fill with brake fluid.

Regulatory sign

• Read the instructions.

• Emergency stop.

Read the instructions. • Fill with brake fluid. Regulatory sign • Read the instructions. • Emergency

Safety

7. Signs

Alternating current generator

Table: Regulatory sign, alternating current generator

Symbol

1250 0099 90

1250 0099 90

Description

Regulatory sign

• Read the instructions.

• This rig is equipped with an alternating current generator (alternator).

• Disconnect the battery cables before removing the generator or regulator and when giving the battery a booster charge.

• When performing electrical welding of the rig or fitted equipment, detach the charging regulator cables as well.

Information signs

Table: Information signs

Symbol

 

Description

Symbol

Description

 

Information sign

 

Information sign Actuator for fire fighting system.

   
      Fire extinguishers.    
 

Fire extinguishers.

   
      Fire extinguishers.    
 
 

1250 0099 88

 

1250 0099 87

 

Information sign

 

Information sign

   
    Emergency exit.     Lifting eye.
    Emergency exit.     Lifting eye.

Emergency exit.

   
    Emergency exit.     Lifting eye.

Lifting eye.

1250 0098 92

 
 

1250

0098 93

 

Information sign

 

Information sign

 
  Water inlet.   Air intake.

Water inlet.

 
  Water inlet.   Air intake.

Air intake.

1250 0098 94

 

1250

0098 95

Safety

7. Signs

Symbol

Description

Symbol

Description

 

Information sign

 

Information sign

   
    Fuel.   Fuel cock.

Fuel.

 
    Fuel.   Fuel cock.

Fuel cock.

1250

0098 96

1250

0100 15

 

Information sign

 

Information sign

   
    Battery switch.     Draining.

Battery switch.

   
    Battery switch.     Draining.

Draining.

1250

0100 28

1250

0100 29

 

Information sign

   
 
  Washer fluid

Washer fluid

Other signs

Data plates

- Rig data plate, see operator's instructions Technical data rig.

Atlas Copco Rock Drills AB Rock Drills AB

ÖREBRO - SWEDEN

Name Type Serial No. Installed diesel power Installed electric power Rated Voltage Rated frequency Gross weight

kW

kW

V

Hz

kg

Made in Sweden 20xx Rated Voltage Rated frequency Gross weight kW kW V Hz kg 1250 0101 43 Figure: Example

1250 0101 43

Figure: Example of rig data plate

- Part component data plate (e.g. for a boom)

Decal signs

Identity plates All electrical components have their own sign with an identifying name.

Safety

7. Signs

1250 0112 71

1250 0112 71 X15

X15

1250 0112 71 X15

Figure: Example of identity plate

8. Rig stability

Safety

8. Rig stability

Rig spirit level Lateral Made in Sweden 5 4 3 1 0° 1 2 3
Rig spirit level
Lateral
Made in Sweden
5
4 3
1 0°
1
2 3
4
30
5
20
10
10
20
30

1250 0102 12

Figure: Positioning of the rig spirit level, lateral

Longitudinal

Made in Sweden 5 30 4 3 1 0° 1 2 3 4 5 20
Made in Sweden
5
30
4 3
1 0°
1
2 3
4
5
20
10
10
20
30

1250 0102 11

Figure: Positioning of the rig spirit level, longitudinal

Safety

8. Rig stability

Maximum permissible inclination angles

Table: Warning sign, stability

Symbol Description Warning sign • Stability. • The rig may be moved on maximum 14°
Symbol
Description
Warning sign
• Stability.
• The rig may be moved on maximum 14°
inclines uphill and downhill.
• Side inclination may be maximum 0°.
14°14°
Max. 24°
Max. 10°
1250 0100 26

Rig stability requirements

Atlas Copco requirements

Atlas Copco's requirements on underground rigs are that they must tolerate a 14° pitch in the direction of movement with camber of +/- 0° and fulfil Atlas Copco's underground rig safety requirements in accordance with EN791:1996.

rig safety requireme nts in accordance with EN791:1996. Figure: Atlas Copco requirements Requirements in accordance

Figure: Atlas Copco requirements

Requirements in accordance with EN791:1996

The rigs must be designed to be adequately stable during the designated operator sit- uation, e.g. during transportation, tramming, parking and while drilling, and that there is no risk that the rigs can overturn.

In compliance with EN791:1996 requirements, all equipment must be secure from dynamic effects such as acceleration, retardation, uneven surfaces and forces gener- ated by the rig during transport, tramming, parking and when in operation.

Stability norm

Description

Safety

8. Rig stability

Below is a summary of the stability standard in accordance with CEN (Committé Europe des Normes).

Rig on wheels with booms/drilling unit in transport position

“The rig safety angle (α) must be at least 10 degrees in all directions when moving and at least 5 degrees when parking.”

The angle of stability is added to the maximum permitted angle of inclination (β) according to the rig specification.

The fall line of the inclination is parallel with a line through the centres of the wheel axles. Applicable to both rigid and articulated carriers.

Permitted tipping angle over the wheel axle must not be less than α+β.

1250 0062 30
1250 0062 30

Figure: Tipping line perpendicular to fall line

α The rig's stability angle

β Max. permitted angle of inclination

A Tipping line

B Fall line

The rig's tipping angle is calculated during operation with the booms directly forward and within sweeping radius as well as parked in the severest position (max. boom swing). The tipping angle is calculated for longitudinal and lateral pitching.

The permitted tipping angle over the wheels on one side must not be less than α. Spe- cial case: The lateral angle of inclination is added if specified.

Safety

8. Rig stability

Rig on jacks with booms/drilling unit in working position.

"The angle of stability (α) of the rig must be at least 5 degrees in all directions when supported on jacks."

The angle of stability is added to the maximum permitted angle of inclination (β) according to the rig specification.

The fall line of the inclination is parallel with a line through the centres of the wheel axles. Applicable to both rigid and articulated carriers.

The rig's tipping angle is calculated with the booms directly forward and max. swing. The tipping angle is calculated for longitudinal and lateral pitching respectively.

Permitted tipping angle over the jacks must not be less than α+β.

1250 0062 31
1250 0062 31

Figure: Tipping line perpendicular to fall line.

α The rig's stability angle

β Max. permitted angle of inclination

A Tipping line

B Fall line

Permitted tipping angle over the jacks must not be less than α. Special case: The lat- eral angle of inclination is added if specified.

Safety

8. Rig stability 1250 0062 32
8. Rig stability
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Figure: Tipping line parallel to fall line.

α Rig tipping angle over jacks

β Lateral angle of inclination

A Tipping line

B Fall line

Safety

9. Declaration

9. Declaration

EC - Declaration of conformity

Note Applies only to rigs delivered in the EU.

Individual machine and safety components

We, Atlas Copco Rock Drills AB, Örebro, Sweden, declare that the machine to which this declaration relates is in conformity with demands specified in the Council of the European Union Directive of 22 June 1998 relating to harmonisation of the legisla- tion of the Member Countries concerning machinery (98/37/EEC).

Other applicable directives

• 73/231/EEC

• 89/336/EEC

Harmonised standards which have been applied

• EN 791

• EN 60204-1:1993

• EN 292:1 and EN 292:2

• EN 418

Issuer

The issuer's signature, position, place and date of issuance will be found on the origi- nal.