Respiratory damage prevention
Dust coming out from the dust collector fan indi-
cates that one or several filter elements are dam-
Change the damaged elements immediately.
Always dismount all the filters elements to check
the functioning of the automatic filter cleaning se-
Never disconnect a valve from the cylinder
without supporting the controlled element (drill
Compressed air can be dangerous.
Never point an air hose at yourself or coworkers.
Be sure all hoses and fittings are tightly se-
At operating temperature, the hydraulic tank, cir-
cuit and components are hot and can be under pres-
A loose hose not only leaks but can come com-
sure. Any contact can cause severe burns.
pletely off and while whipping under pressure, can
injure the operator and others in the area.
Always release the pressure and wait for cool-
Never disconnect a pressurized air hose.
ing before intervening on the hydraulic circuit.
This machine contains high
pressure air which can cause severe
injury or death from hot oil and flying
can cause injury.
Always be sure
surfaces are cool
Always relieve pressure before
removing caps, plugs from
pressurized air system.
The CPA remote control assembly incorporates
Fuel or hydraulic oil leaked or spilled onto hot sur-
an emergency stops selector with allows to connect
faces or electrical components can cause a fire.
the CPA emergency stops to the machine circuit.
Repair immediately any leaks.
Regularly clean the machine to remove all flam-
mable materials such as fuel, oil and other debris.
Always use approved safety solvent when clean-
ing parts or the machine.
When the CPA is installed, place the selec-
Have all loose electrical wires connected and tight
tor on position A to have the CPA emergency stops
before operating the machine.
Prior to any welding operation, make sure that the
Place the selector on position B to refind the
surfaces and their environment are free of flammable
normal excavator safety circuit when the CPA is not