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NEW HOLLAND WE230 WHEEL LOADER Service Repair Manual







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NEW HOLLAND WE230 WHEEL LOADER Service Repair Manual

  1. 1. WE190 WE210 - WE210 Industrial WE230 - WE230 Industrial WE190 WE210 WE210 Industrial WE230 WE230 Industrial SERVICE MANUALSERVICE MANUAL Wheeled Excavators Wheeled Excavators Print No. 84291045APrint No. 84291045A
  2. 2. TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS The majority of accidents and injuries which occur in industry, at home or on the road, are caused by the failure of some individual to follow simple and fundamental safety rules or precautions. For this reason MOST ACCI- DENTS CAN BE PREVENTED by recognizing the real cause and taking the necessary precautions, before the accident occurs. Regardless of the care used in design and construction of any type of equipment, there may be conditions that cannot be completely safeguarded against, without interfering with reasonable accessibility and efficient oper- ation. A careful operator and / or technician is the best insurance against accidents. The complete observance of one simple rule would prevent many thousands of serious injuries each year. This rule is: never attempt to clean, lubricate or adjust a machine while it is in motion. SWARNING Before carrying out any maintenance operation, adjustment and or repair on machines equipped with attach- ments, controlled hydraulically or mechanically, make sure that the attachment is lowered and safely set on the ground. If it is necessary to have the equipment partially or fully raised to gain access to certain items, be sure the equipment is suitably supported by means other than the hydraulic lift cylinders, cable and /or mechanical
  3. 3. SAFETY INSTRUCTION This warning symbol points out important messages involving your safety. Carefully read the safety rules contained herein and follow advised precautions to avoid potential haz- ards and to safeguard your safety and personal in- tegrity. In this manual you will find this symbol together with the following key-words: SDANGER With specific warnings about potential dangers for the operator’s or other persons integrity directly or indirectly involved. SWARNING This symbol warns about the possibility of potential damages to the machine that can involve the oper- ator’s safety. The non compliance with the warning preceded by the above mentioned key-words (DANGER and WARNING) can cause serious accidents or even the death of the persons involved. Moreover, this Manual contains some instructions with texts in italics, preceded by the words NOTE and CAUTION: NOTE: it emphasizes and underlines to the operator the correct technique or correct procedure to follow. SCAUTION It warns the operator of a possible hazard of ma- chine damage in case he does not follow a deter- mined procedure. S
  4. 4. INDEX SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................ 2 1.1 DESIGNATED USE............................................................................................................................ 2 2. GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS........................................................................................................ 3 3. USE INSTRUCTION................................................................................................................................. 12 3.1 LEVEL OF VIBRATIONS TRANSMITTED TO THE OPERATOR.................................................... 13 3.2 NOISE LEVELS................................................................................................................................ 14 3.3 TRAVELLING ON PUBLIC ROADS ................................................................................................. 15 SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 1. SWITCHES AND PUSH-BUTTONS........................................................................................................... 1 2. CONTROLS AND PEDALS ...................................................................................................................... 11 3. MULTI-FUNCTION DISPLAY ................................................................................................................... 18 SECTION 03 - TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 1. MAIN COMPONENTS ................................................................................................................................ 1 1.1 2-PIECE BOOM ATTACHMENT (WE190)......................................................................................... 1 1.2 2-PIECE BOOM ATTACHMENT (WE210 - WE230).......................................................................... 2 1.3 MONOBOOM ATTACHMENT (WE190 - WE210 - WE230)............................................................... 3 1.4 HANDLING ATTACHMENT (WE210 Industrial - WE230 Industrial) .................................................. 4 2. DIMENSIONS - OPERATING WEIGHTS................................................................................................... 5 2.1 WE190 MODELS................................................................................................................................ 5 2.2 WE210 MODELS................................................................................................................................ 9 2.3 WE230 MODELS.............................................................................................................................. 13 2.4 WE210 Industrial MODELS .............................................................................................................. 17 2.5 WE230 Industrial MODELS .............................................................................................................. 18 3. DIGGING PERFORMANCE ..................................................................................................................... 19 3.1 WE190 MODELS.............................................................................................................................. 19 3.2 WE210 MODELS.............................................................................................................................. 23 3.3 WE230 MODELS.............................................................................................................................. 27 3.4 WE210 Industrial MODELS .............................................................................................................. 31 3.5 WE230 Industrial MODELS .............................................................................................................. 32 4. LIFTING CAPACITIES.............................................................................................................................. 33 4.1 WE190 MODELS.............................................................................................................................. 33 4.2 WE210 MODELS.............................................................................................................................. 35 4.3 WE230 MODELS.............................................................................................................................. 37 4.4 WE210 Industrial MODELS .............................................................................................................. 39 4.5 WE230 Industrial MODELS .............................................................................................................. 40 5. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................. 41 5.1 PUMPS............................................................................................................................................. 41 6. SLEWING ................................................................................................................................................. 42 6.1 SLEWING GEARBOX ...................................................................................................................... 42 7. TRAVEL.................................................................................................................................................... 43 7.1 TYRES.............................................................................................................................................. 44
  5. 5. INDEX 8. BRAKES ................................................................................................................................................... 44 9. STEERING................................................................................................................................................ 44 10. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................ 45 11. BUCKETS ................................................................................................................................................. 45 11.1 BUCKETS - WE190.......................................................................................................................... 45 11.2 BUCKETS - WE210.......................................................................................................................... 45 11.3 BUCKETS - WE230.......................................................................................................................... 45 12. TIGHTENING TORQUES ......................................................................................................................... 46 13. FUEL SYSTEM ......................................................................................................................................... 46 14. ENGINE .................................................................................................................................................... 46 15. SUPPLY SUMMARIZING CHART............................................................................................................ 47 SECTION 04 - UPPER STRUCTURE 1. MAIN COMPONENTS ................................................................................................................................ 1 2. SLEWING BEARING .................................................................................................................................. 3 3. SLEWING GEARBOX............................................................................................................................... 10 3.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................................................... 10 3.2 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION ..................................................................................................... 14 3.3 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY.................................................................................................... 17 3.4 SPECIAL TOOLS.............................................................................................................................. 45 3.5 TROUBLESHOOTING...................................................................................................................... 49 4. MULTI-COOLER....................................................................................................................................... 51 4.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS....................................................................................................... 52 4.2 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION EXPANSION TANK..................................................................... 54 4.3 COOLANT LEVEL, TOP-UP AND CHANGE.................................................................................... 55 4.4 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF FAN AND HYDRAULIC MOTOR .......................................... 57 5. HYDRAULIC PUMPS ............................................................................................................................... 60 6. MUFFLER ................................................................................................................................................. 61 7. HYDRAULIC OIL TANK............................................................................................................................ 62 7.1 OIL RETURN FILTER....................................................................................................................... 63 7.2 LEVEL CHECK AND TOP-UP.......................................................................................................... 64 7.3 OIL CHANGE AND CLEANING........................................................................................................ 65 7.4 BLEEDING VALVE ........................................................................................................................... 68 8. AIR FILTER............................................................................................................................................... 69 9. COUNTERWEIGHT.................................................................................................................................. 69 9.1 COUNTERWEIGHT DISASSEMBLY ............................................................................................... 70 10. FUEL SYSTEM ......................................................................................................................................... 72 10.1 FUEL TANK ...................................................................................................................................... 74 10.2 FUEL FILTERS................................................................................................................................. 76 11. CAB AND OPERATOR’S SEAT ............................................................................................................... 78 11.1 CAB ASSEMBLY .............................................................................................................................. 91 11.2 CAB AT VARIABLE HEIGHT (WE210 Industrial - WE230 Industrial) .............................................. 97 12. CENTRALIZED LUBRICATION................................................................................................................ 98 12.1 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS................................................................................................................ 98 12.2 OPERATION..................................................................................................................................... 98 12.3 MAINTENANCE................................................................................................................................ 99
  6. 6. INDEX SECTION 05 - UNDERCARRIAGE 1. UNDERCARRIAGE COMPONENTS.......................................................................................................... 1 2. REAR RIGID AXLE..................................................................................................................................... 2 2.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................ 3 2.2 DISASSEMBLY .................................................................................................................................. 7 2.3 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY ..................................................................................................... 9 2.4 TROUBLESHOOTING...................................................................................................................... 88 2.5 SPECIAL TOOLS ............................................................................................................................. 90 3. TRAVEL MOTOR ..................................................................................................................................... 91 3.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................................................................... 91 3.2 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................... 92 3.3 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................... 93 4. CARDAN SHAFT.................................................................................................................................... 104 4.1 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................. 105 5. FRONT STEERING AXLE...................................................................................................................... 108 5.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................... 109 5.2 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................. 112 5.3 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................. 115 5.4 TROUBLESHOOTING.................................................................................................................... 187 5.5 SPECIAL TOOLS ........................................................................................................................... 189 6. WHEELS AND TYRES ........................................................................................................................... 190 6.1 TYRES............................................................................................................................................ 191 7. BLADE .................................................................................................................................................... 194 7.1 BLADE CYLINDER......................................................................................................................... 196 8. AXLE FLOATING LOCKING CYLINDERS............................................................................................. 204 8.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................... 205 8.2 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................. 206 8.3 AIR BLEEDING............................................................................................................................... 207 8.4 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................. 208 8.5 TROUBLESHOOTING.................................................................................................................... 210 9. STABILIZERS......................................................................................................................................... 211 9.1 STABILIZER CYLINDERS.............................................................................................................. 214 9.2 TROUBLESHOOTING.................................................................................................................... 224 10. LEFT LADDER ....................................................................................................................................... 226 11. RIGHT LADDER AND TOOL STORAGE BOX....................................................................................... 227 12. ROTARY CONTROL VALVE AND ELECTRIC ROTOR ........................................................................ 228 12.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................... 228 12.2 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY ................................................................................................. 229 12.3 ROTARY CONTROL VALVE OVERALL........................................................................................ 231 12.4 ELECTRIC ROTOR........................................................................................................................ 233 SECTION 06 - FRONT ATTACHMENT 1. TYPES OF FRONT ATTACHMENT ........................................................................................................... 2 2. HYDRAULIC CYLINDERS.......................................................................................................................... 4 2.1 BOOM CYLINDER.............................................................................................................................. 7 2.2 DIPPER CYLINDER (WE190 - WE210 - WE230)............................................................................ 17 2.3 DIPPER CYLINDER (WE210 Industrial - WE230 Industrial)............................................................ 27 2.4 BUCKET CYLINDER........................................................................................................................ 37
  7. 7. INDEX 2.5 BOOM ADJUSTING CYLINDER ...................................................................................................... 47 2.6 SPECIAL TOOLS.............................................................................................................................. 56 3. BUCKETS ................................................................................................................................................. 57 3.1 BUCKETS - WE190.......................................................................................................................... 57 3.2 BUCKETS - WE210.......................................................................................................................... 57 3.3 BUCKETS - WE230.......................................................................................................................... 57 3.4 BUCKET TEETH - CHANGE............................................................................................................ 59 SECTION 07 - STEERING SYSTEM 1. OPERATION............................................................................................................................................... 1 2. POWER STEERING ................................................................................................................................... 3 2.1 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS......................................................................................................... 3 2.2 OPERATION....................................................................................................................................... 4 2.3 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY...................................................................................................... 5 3. PRIORITY VALVE .................................................................................................................................... 23 4. TROUBLESHOOTING.............................................................................................................................. 24 SECTION 08 - BRAKE SYSTEM 1. OPERATION............................................................................................................................................... 1 2. SERVICE BRAKE ....................................................................................................................................... 4 3. PARKING BRAKE....................................................................................................................................... 7 4. PEDAL BRAKE VALVE .............................................................................................................................. 8 5. ACCUMULATORS...................................................................................................................................... 9 5.1 MAINTENANCE................................................................................................................................ 10 6. TROUBLESHOOTING.............................................................................................................................. 11 SECTION 09 - HYDRAULIC SYSTEM 1. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................... 1 2. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM DIAGRAMS ........................................................................................................... 5 2.1 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM DIAGRAMS - UPPER STRUCTURE ............................................................ 5 2.2 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM DIAGRAMS - UNDERCARRIAGE .............................................................. 27 2.3 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM DIAGRAMS BLADE AND/OR STABILIZERS ............................................. 28 3. HYDRAULIC PUMPS ............................................................................................................................... 31 3.1 VARIABLE-FLOW RATE TWIN PUMP............................................................................................. 32 3.2 ROTATION PUMP............................................................................................................................ 45 3.3 GEAR PUMP .................................................................................................................................... 63 4. UPPER STRUCTURE CONTROL VALVE ............................................................................................... 64 5. UNDERCARRIAGE CONTROL VALVE ................................................................................................... 76 6. PILOT CONTROL ASSY .......................................................................................................................... 78 6.1 PILOT CONTROL ASSY SOLENOID VALVES................................................................................ 83 7. ROTATION SYSTEM................................................................................................................................ 87 7.1 SLEWING GEARBOX....................................................................................................................... 89 8. TRAVEL .................................................................................................................................................... 91 8.1 TRAVEL MOTOR.............................................................................................................................. 94 9. STABILIZATION HYDRAULIC SYSTEM................................................................................................ 100 10. BOOM HYDRAULIC SYSTEM................................................................................................................ 105
  8. 8. INDEX 11. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF BUCKET...................................................................................................... 111 12. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF DIPPER....................................................................................................... 116 13. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF 2-PIECE BOOM .......................................................................................... 120 14. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM WITH COMBINATION OF DIFFERENT FUNCTIONS (BOOM, 2-PIECE BOOM, DIPPER AND BUCKET) ......................................................................................................................... 126 15. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF HAMMER (WITH 2-PIECE BOOM)............................................................. 128 16. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF HAMMER AND SHEARS (WITH 2-PIECE BOOM) .................................... 131 17. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF SHEARS (WITH 2-PIECE BOOM).............................................................. 136 18. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF HAMMER (WITH MONOBOOM)................................................................. 139 19. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF HAMMER AND SHEARS (WITH MONOBOOM) ........................................ 142 20. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM OF SHEARS (WITH MONOBOOM).................................................................. 147 21. TROUBLESHOOTING............................................................................................................................ 150 SECTION 10 - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 1. ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS ......................................................................................................................... 1 1.1 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS (WE190 - WE210 - WE230) .................................................................... 1 1.2 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAMS (WE210 Industrial - WE230 Industrial).................................................. 39 2. FUSES...................................................................................................................................................... 77 2.1 FUSES - REPLACEMENT................................................................................................................ 79 2.2 BATTERIES - REPLACEMENT........................................................................................................ 80 2.3 CLAMPS CHECK ............................................................................................................................. 81 2.4 CHARGE .......................................................................................................................................... 81 3. BULBS ...................................................................................................................................................... 82 3.1 CAB LIGHT....................................................................................................................................... 82 3.2 FRONT WORK LIGHTS ................................................................................................................... 82 3.3 BOOM WORK LIGHT....................................................................................................................... 83 3.4 TRAVEL LIGHT ................................................................................................................................ 83 3.5 TURN SIGNAL LIGHTS.................................................................................................................... 84 3.6 REAR FLOODLAMPS ...................................................................................................................... 84 4. TROUBLESHOOTING.............................................................................................................................. 85 SECTION 11 - ELECTRONICS 1. MAIN COMPONENTS ................................................................................................................................ 1 2. COMPONENTS OF LINE 1 ........................................................................................................................ 3 2.1 MULTI-FUNCTION DISPLAY............................................................................................................. 3 2.2 CENTRAL UNIT.................................................................................................................................. 3 2.3 KEY-PAD MODULES ......................................................................................................................... 6 2.4 POWER CONTROL SYSTEM............................................................................................................ 7 2.5 DIAGNOSTICS SOCKET ................................................................................................................... 9 2.6 ELECTRO-HYDRAULIC CONTROLLER ........................................................................................... 9 3. COMPONENTS OF LINE CAN 2.............................................................................................................. 13 3.1 OPERATION..................................................................................................................................... 13 3.2 CENTRAL UNIT................................................................................................................................ 14 3.3 HYDRAULIC CONTROL LEVERS ................................................................................................... 14 3.4 TRAVEL PEDAL............................................................................................................................... 19 3.5 ATTACHMENT PEDAL (FOR HAMMER AND ADJUSTING CYLINDER) (WE190 - WE210 - WE230, no Industrial models) ........................................................................... 20 3.6 POWER CONTROL SYSTEM.......................................................................................................... 21
  9. 9. INDEX 4. ENGINE SPEED ACTUATOR .................................................................................................................. 28 4.1 ENGINE SPEED SENSING.............................................................................................................. 28 5. COOLANT TEMPERATURE DETECTION............................................................................................... 29 6. CHARGE AIR TEMPERATURE DETECTION.......................................................................................... 30 7. HYDRAULIC OIL TEMPERATURE DETECTION..................................................................................... 31 8. PROPORTIONAL VALVE - FAN MOTOR ................................................................................................ 32 9. PROPORTIONAL VALVES - CONTROL BLOCK..................................................................................... 33 10. PILOT CONTROL BLOCK........................................................................................................................ 34 SECTION 12 - CALIBRATION 1. NECESSARY OPERATIONS BEFORE CALIBRATION............................................................................. 1 1.1 CALIBRATION OF THE MAIN PUMP ................................................................................................ 1 1.2 CALIBRATION OF THE ROTATION PUMP....................................................................................... 2 2. DISPLAY: CALIBRATION MENU ............................................................................................................... 3 3. CALIBRATIONS WITH THE ENGINE RUNNING....................................................................................... 4 3.1 VDO CALIBRATION ........................................................................................................................... 6 3.2 POWER CALIBRATION ..................................................................................................................... 7 3.3 MAIN VALVE CALIBRATION (CONTROL VALVE)............................................................................ 8 3.4 TRAVEL CALIBRATION................................................................................................................... 11 3.5 PUMP DELIVERY CALIBRATION.................................................................................................... 13 3.6 SLEWING PUMP CALIBRATION..................................................................................................... 16 3.7 AUXILIARY PRESSURE CALIBRATION ......................................................................................... 18 4. CALIBRATIONS WITH THE ENGINE STOPPED .................................................................................... 20 4.1 CALIBRATIONS, ALL SOLENOID VALVES, MAIN PUMP, ROTATION PUMP, AUXILIARY PRESSURE .................................................................................................................. 22 4.2 MAIN VALVE CALIBRATION (CONTROL VALVE).......................................................................... 24 SECTION 13 - FAULT CODES 1. ERROR INDICATION ON THE DISPLAY................................................................................................... 1 2. CENTRAL UNIT AND ENGINE................................................................................................................... 3 2.1 FAULT CODES................................................................................................................................... 3 3. PCS UNIT (POWER CONTROL SYSTEM)................................................................................................ 5 3.1 FAULT CODES................................................................................................................................... 5 4. HYDRAULICS............................................................................................................................................. 6 4.1 SAFETY-RELATED SYSTEM DIAGNOSTIC FAULTS ...................................................................... 6 4.2 COMMON FAULTS ............................................................................................................................ 7 4.3 CAN INTERFACE............................................................................................................................. 10 4.4 DISPLAY INDICATORS.................................................................................................................... 11 4.5 KEY PADS........................................................................................................................................ 11 4.6 COMMON DIGITAL INPUTS............................................................................................................ 12 4.7 HYDRAULIC CONTROL LEVER / PEDALS..................................................................................... 13 4.8 PILOT PRESSURE SUPPLY............................................................................................................ 18 4.9 MAIN PUMPS ................................................................................................................................... 20 4.10 ATTACHMENT SENSORS............................................................................................................... 21 4.11 SLEWING SYSTEM.......................................................................................................................... 22 4.12 PILOT VALVES ON MAIN VALVE.................................................................................................... 24 4.13 ADDITIONAL VALVES AND SENSORS .......................................................................................... 28 4.14 AUTOMATIC CALIBRATION FAULTS............................................................................................. 29
  10. 10. 1. INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................................... 2 1.1 DESIGNATED USE ............................................................................................................................... 2 2. GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.......................................................................................................... 3 3. USE INSTRUCTION ................................................................................................................................... 12 3.1 LEVEL OF VIBRATIONS TRANSMITTED TO THE OPERATOR....................................................... 13 3.2 NOISE LEVELS ................................................................................................................................... 14 3.3 TRAVELLING ON PUBLIC ROADS .................................................................................................... 15 SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
  11. 11. SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1 Carefully read the safety rules contained herein and follow advised precautions to avoid potential haz- ards and to safeguard your safety and personal in- tegrity. In this manual you will find the following indications: S DANGER With specific warnings about potential dangers for the operator’s or other persons integrity directly or indirectly involved. S WARNING This symbol warns about the possibility of potential damages to the machine that can involve the operator’s safety. The non compliance with the warning preceded by the above mentioned key-words (DANGER and WARNING) can cause serious accidents or even the death of the persons involved. Moreover, this Manual contains some instructions with texts in italics, preceded by the words NOTE and CAUTION, with following meanings for machine protection: NOTE: it emphasizes and underlines to the operator the correct technique or correct procedure to follow. S WARNING It warns the operator of a possible hazard of machine damage in case he does not follow a determined procedure. Your safety and that of people around you depends on you. It is essential that you understand this man- ual for the correct operation, inspection, lubrication and maintenance of this machine.
  12. 12. 2 SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 1. INTRODUCTION The wheeled excavators WE190 - WE210 - WE210 Industrial - WE230 - WE230 Industrial are operation hydraulic machines. They essentially consist in a wheeled undercarriage on which a slewing bearing is mounted, which is cou- pled to the upper frame. The upper frame supports the front attachment, the engine, the hydraulic components, the cab, the fuel tank and the counterweight. When the operator activates the controls (hydraulic control levers and pedals), the hydraulic pumps rotat- ed by the engine suck oil from the tank and convey it to the control valve; the control valve, in turn, sends it to the relevant users. A cooling system keeps the hydraulic fluid at a nor- mal operating temperature. 1.1 DESIGNATED USE The machine has been built in accordance with state- of-the-art standards and the recognized safety rules. The machine must be used in accordance with its designated use, by observing the safety and precau- tionary rules and by strictly following the operating in- structions. Any functional disorders, especially those affecting the safety of the machine, should therefore be rectified immediately. WE190 - WE210 - WE230: the Excavator is intend- ed to be used in digging and loading operation (with bucket or grab or clamshell bucket), ground levelling (with blade when installed) and use of hydraulic hammer to break concrete or other solid material. WE210 Industrial - WE230 Industrial: the Excavator is intended to be used in loading / moving operation (with grab or clamshell) or lift / moving operation with magnet. The manufacturer/supplier cannot be held responsi- ble for any damage resulting from other than the designated use. The risk involved in such misuse lies entirely with the user. Instructions concerning safety, operation and main- tenance have been developed to permit safe serv- ice and operation of this machine. WE190 - WE210 - WE230 WE210 Industrial - WE230 Industrial S DANGER S A different use of the excavator or of its working equipment: - for lifting or transporting persons; - as a working platform; - for lifting loads without the attachment being approved for this purpose; - for pulling slung loads; - for driving in posts, supports, sheet-piles, without the attachment being approved for this purpose; is considered contrary to the designated use. Improper use may cause injury or life-threatening risks for the operator and for other persons. S DANGER S For clarity purposes, some figures in this Manual show the machine with protection panels or covers removed. Never operate the machine with any pro- tection panels or covers removed. S DANGER S It is absolutely forbidden to tamper and/or change the setting of any of the hydraulic system valves to avoid damaging machine components with conse- quent risks to personal safety.
  13. 13. SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 3 2. GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Carefully read this Manual before proceeding with maintenance, repairs, refuelling or other machine operations. Repairs have to be carried out only by authorized and instructed staff; specific precautions have to be taken when grinding, welding or when using mallets or heavy hammers. Not authorized persons are not allowed to repair or carry out maintenance on this machine. Do not carry out any work on the equipment without prior authori- zation. Ask your employer about the safety instructions in force and safety equipment. Nobody is allowed to seat on the operator’s place during machine maintenance unless he is a qualified operator helping with the maintenance work. If it is necessary to move the equipment to carry out repairs or maintenance, do not lift or lower the equip- ment from any other position than the operator’s seat. Never carry out any operation on the machine when the engine is running, except when specifically indi- cated. Stop the engine and ensure that all pressure is re- lieved from hydraulic circuits before removing caps, covers, valves, etc. All repair and maintenance operations should be carried out with the greatest care and attention. Service stairs and platforms used in a workshop or in the field should be built in compliance with the safety rules in force. Any functional disorders, especially those affecting the safety of the machine, should therefore be recti- fied immediately.
  14. 14. 4 SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 2.1 EMERGENCY Be prepared for emergencies. Always keep at dis- posal on the machine a first aid kit and a fire extin- guisher. Make sure that the fire extinguisher is serviced in accordance with the manufacturer’s in- structions. 2.2 EQUIPMENT Wear close fitting clothing and safety equipment ap- propriate for the job: Z safety helmet; Z safety shoes; Z heavy gloves; Z reflective clothing; Z wet weather clothing. If environment condition require it following personal safety equipment should be at hand: Z respirators (or dustproof masks); Z ear plugs or acoustic ears protections; Z goggles with lateral shield or masks for eyes pro- tection. Do not wear rings, wristwatches, jewels, unbuttoned or flapping clothing such as ties, torn clothes, scarves, open jackets or shirts with open zips which could get caught into moving parts.
  15. 15. SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 5 2.3 ENGINE - RADIATOR Never leave the engine run in closed spaces without ventilation and not able to evacuate toxic exhaust gases. Keep the exhaust manifold and tube free from combustion materials. Do not refuel with the engine running, especially if hot, as this increases fire hazard in case of fuel spill- age. Never attempt to check or adjust the fan belts when the engine is running. Never lubricate the machine with the engine run- ning. Pay attention to rotary pieces and do not allow to an- yone to approach to avoid becoming entangled. If hands, clothes or tools get caught in the fan blades or in the transmission belt, this can cause amputa- tions, violent tears and generate condition of serious danger; for this reason avoid touching or to come close to all rotary or moving parts. A violent jet of the coolant from the radiator can cause damages and scalds. If you are to check the coolant level, you have to shut off the engine previously and to let cool down the ra- diator and its pipes. Slowly unscrew the cap to re- lease the inside pressure. If necessary, remove the cap with hot engine, wear safety clothes and equipment, then loosen the cap slowly to relieve the pressure gradually. When checking the fuel, oil and coolant levels, use exclusively explosion proof classified lamps. If this kind of lamps are not used fires or explosions may occur.
  16. 16. 6 SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 2.4 HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS Splashes of fluids under pressure can penetrate the skin causing serious injuries. Avoid this hazard by relieving pressure before dis- connecting hydraulic or other lines. Relieve the residual pressure by moving the hydrau- lic control levers several times. Tighten all connections before applying pressure. To protect the eyes wear a facial shield or safety goggles. Protect your hands and body from possible splashes of fluids under pressure. Swallowing hydraulic oil is a severe health hazard. When hydraulic oil has been swallowed, avoid vom- iting, but consult a doctor or go to a hospital. If an accident occurs, see a doctor familiar with this type of injury immediately. Any fluid penetrating the skin must be removed with- in few hours to avoid serious infections. Flammable splashes may originate because of the heat near pipes with fluids under pressure, with the result of serious scalds for the persons hit. Do not weld or use torches near pipes containing fluids or other flammable materials. Pipes under pressure can accidentally be pierced when the heat expands beyond the area immediate- ly heated. Arrange for fire resistant temporary shields to pro- tect hoses or other components during welding. Have any visible leakage repaired immediately. Escaping oil pollutes the environment. Soak up any oil that has escaped with a proper binding agent. Sweep up binding agent and dispose of it separately from other waste. Never search for leakages with the fingers, but use a piece of cardboard and always wear goggles. Never repair damaged piping; always replace it. Re- place hydraulic hoses immediately on detecting any damage or moist areas. Always store hydraulic oil in the original containers.
  17. 17. SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 7 HOSES AND TUBES Always replace hoses and tubes if the cone end or the end connections on the hose are damaged. When installing a new hose, loosely connect each end and make sure the hose takes up the correct po- sition before tightening the connections. Clamps should be tightened sufficiently to hold the hose with- out crushing and to prevent chafing. After hose replacement to a moving component, check that the hose does not foul by moving the component through the complete range of travel. Be sure any hose which has been installed is not kinked or twisted. Hose connections which are damaged, dented, crushed or leaking, restrict oil flow and the productiv- ity of the components being served. Connectors which show signs of movement from the original po- sition have failed and will ultimately separate com- pletely. A hose with a frayed outer sheath will allow the water penetration. Concealed corrosion of the wire rein- forcement will subsequently occur along the hose length with resultant hose failure. Ballooning of the hose indicates an internal leakage due to structural failure. This condition rapidly deteri- orates and total hose failure soon occurs. Kinked, crushed, stretched or deformed hoses gen- erally suffer internal structural damage which can re- sult in oil restriction, a reduction in the speed of operation and ultimate hose failure. Free-moving, unsupported hoses must never be al- lowed to touch each other or related working surfac- es. This causes chafing which reduces hose life. O-RINGS Replace O-rings, seal rings and gaskets whenever they are disassembled. Never mix new and old seals or O-rings, regardless of condition. Always lubricate new seal rings and O- rings with hydraulic oil before installation to relevant seats. This will prevent the O-rings from rolling over and twisting during mounting which will jeopardize seal- ing.
  18. 18. 8 SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 2.5 BATTERY Batteries give off explosive gases. Never handle naked flames and unshielded light sources near batteries, never smoke. To prevent any risk of explosion, observe the follow- ing instructions: Z when disconnecting the battery cables, always dis- connect the negative (-) cable first; Z to reconnect the battery cables, always connect the negative (-) cable last; Z never short-circuit the battery terminals with metal objects; Z do not weld, grind or smoke near a battery. Battery electrolyte causes severe burns. The bat- tery contains sulphuric acid. Avoid any contact with the skin, eyes or clothing. Antidote: Z EXTERNAL: rinse well with water, removing any soiled clothing. Z INTERNAL: avoid vomiting. Drink water to rinse your mouth. Consult a doctor. Z EYES: rinse abundantly with water for 15 minutes and consult a doctor. Z When the electrolyte of a battery is frozen, it can explode if you attempt to charge the battery or if you try to start the engine using a booster battery. Always keep the battery charged to prevent the electrolyte freezing. Provide good ventilation when changing a battery or using a battery in an enclosed space. Always protect your eyes when working near a battery. Never set tools down on the battery. They may in- duce a short circuit, causing irreparable damage to the battery and injuring persons. Never wear metal necklaces, bracelets or watch- straps when working on the battery. The metal parts may induce a short circuit resulting in burns. Dispose of used batteries separately from other waste in the interests of environmental protection.
  19. 19. SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 9 2.6 FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS When handling flammable liquids: Z do not smoke; Z keep away from unshielded light sources and na- ked flames. Fuels often have a low flash point and are readily ig- nited. Never attempt to extinguish burning liquids with wa- ter. Use: Z dry powder; Z with carbon dioxide; Z with foam. Water used for extinguishing purposes would vapor- ize instantaneously on contact with burning sub- stances and spread burning oil, for example, over a wide area. Water generates short circuits in the elec- trical system, possibly producing new hazards. Stay away from open flames during refilling of hy- draulic oil or fuel. Fuel or oil splashes can cause slipping and therefore accidents; clean immediately and accurately the ar- eas eventually smeared. Always tighten the safety plugs of fuel tank and hy- draulic oil tank firmly. Never use fuel to clean the machine parts eventually smeared with oil or dust. Use a non-inflammable product for cleaning parts. Always perform fuel or oil refilling in well aired and ventilated areas. During refuelling hold the pistol firmly and keep it al- ways in contact with the filler neck until the end of the refuelling, to avoid sparkles due to static electricity. Do not overfill the tank but leave a space for fuel ex- pansion. Never refuel when the engine is running. Take all the necessary safety measures when weld- ing, grinding or when working near a naked flame.
  20. 20. 10 SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 2.7 TYRES Before inflating the tyres, always check the condition of rims and the outer condition of tyres to find out the presence of dents, cuts, tears of reinforcement plies or other faults. Before inflating a tyre, make sure that there are no nearby persons, then position yourself at tread side. Make sure that the inflating pressure of tyres is the same prescribed by manufacturer and that the pres- sure of the right tyre corresponds to the pressure of the left tyre. Never use reconditioned rims because possible welds, heat treatments or brazings not performed correctly can weaken the wheels and cause follow- ing damages or failures. Deflate the tyres before their disassembly. Before taking out possible jammed objects from the rims, it is necessary to deflate the tyres. Inflate tyres by means of a pistol complete with extension and pressure switch of control. 2.8 CLEANING Clean the exterior of all components before carrying out any form of repair. Dirt and dust can reduce the efficient working life of a component and lead to costly replacement. Solvents should be checked that they are suitable for the cleaning of components and also that they do not risk the personal safety of the user. Dirt from oil or grease and scattered tools or faulty pieces are dangerous for persons, because they can generate slipping or falls. For the machine cleaning, use a jet of warm water or steam under pressure and commercial detergents. Never use fuel, petroleum or solvents, because the first ones leave an oily layer that favours the sticking of dust, while solvents (even if weak) damage the paint and favour the formation of rust. Never use water jets or steam on sensors, connec- tors or other electric components. Prevent that the water jet penetrates inside the cab.
  21. 21. SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 11 2.9 WASTE DISPOSAL Improperly disposing of waste can threaten the envi- ronment. Each country has its own Regulations on this sub- ject. It is therefore advisable to prepare suitable con- tainers to collect and store momentarily all solid and fluid materials that must not be scattered in the envi- ronment to avoid pollution. At preset intervals these products will be delivered to disposal stations legally recognized and present in this Country. Hereunder are listed some products of the machine requiring disposal: Z lubricating oil; Z brake system oil; Z coolant mixture, condensation rests and pure anti- freeze; Z fuel; Z filter elements, oil and fuel filters; Z filter elements, air filters; Z battery. Also polluting rags, paper, sawdust and gloves must be disposed in compliance with the same proce- dures. Do not use food or beverage containers that may mislead someone into drinking from them. Do not pour waste onto the ground, down a drain, or into any water source. Air conditioning refrigerants es- caping into the air can damage the Earth’s atmos- phere. Government regulations may require a certified air conditioning service centre to recover and recycle used air conditioning refrigerants. Ob- tain information on the proper way to recycle or dis- pose of waste from your local environmental or recycling centre, or from your Dealer.
  22. 22. 12 SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 3. USE INSTRUCTION 3.1 MACHINE SAFETY Before carrying out any service or repair work the machine must be secured as follows: Park the machine on a level and firm surface. Lower the working attachment to the ground. Lower the blade and the stabilizers to the ground. Lock the upper structure. Engage the parking brake. Let the engine run at low idle for approximately 5 minutes. Stop the engine. Set the starter switch key to position “0” and pull it out. Move both hydraulic control levers in all directions, to release possible residual pressure inside the hy- draulic system. Disconnect the pilot control. Secure the machine with wheel chocks as to prevent its rolling or overturning. 3.2 ADJUST THE SEAT A seat poorly adjusted for operator or work require- ments may quickly fatigue the operator leading to improper operations. The seat should be adjusted whenever machine op- erator changes. The operator should be able to press the pedals completely and to move the hydraulic control levers correctly, with his back resting against the seat back. On machines equipped with seat belt: Z check the seat belt condition. In the event of dam- age or after an accident, have it replaced immedi- ately; Z fasten seat belt before starting to work.
  23. 23. SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 13 3.3 LEVEL OF VIBRATIONS TRANSMITTED TO THE OPERATOR The vibration level transmitted to the operator depends mainly on the conditions of the soil where the machine is being operated and on the use con- ditions of the machine and its equipment. The exposure to vibrations can be remarkably reduced if the recommendations here below are fol- lowed: use equipment suitable for the machine and the type of work to be carried out; - adjust and lock the seat in the correct position; regularly check for the seat suspensions and carry out adjustments or maintenance as required; - carry out regularly the ordinary maintenance of the machine at scheduled intervals; - operate the attachment evenly, avoiding sudden motion or extreme shocks, if possible; - as far as possible, avoid travelling on particularly uneven soils or the impact with possible obsta- cles. This machine is equipped with an operator’s seat which meets the criteria of EN ISO 7096:2008 rep- resenting vertical vibration input under severe but typical operating conditions. This seat is tested with the input spectral class EM.6 and has a seat transmissibility factor SEAT < 0.7. The intent is to limit the operator’s exposure to vibrations. The exposure is dependant on machine operating techniques and can be controlled by following the instructions described in this manual. The weighted average acceleration value to which the operator’s arms are subjected does not exceed 2.5 m/s2 (8.20 ft/s2). The weighted average acceleration value to which the operator’s body is subjected does not exceed 0.5 m/s2 (1.64 ft/s2 ). These results have been obtained by using an acceleration gauge during the ditches excavation works. NOTE: the Whole-body exposure value is deter- mined under particular operating and terrain condi- tions and therefore may not be representative of all the possible operating conditions within the intended use of the machine. Consequently this single vibration emission value is not intended to determine the whole-body vibration exposure as required by European Directive 2002/44/EC. For this purpose it is recommended to conduct actual working condition measurement. If this is not feasi- ble use of information provided in the table below, from ISO/TR 25398:2006 (*), is suggested. (*) ISO/TR 25398:2006 Mechanical vibration - Guideline for the assessment of exposure to whole- body vibration of ride on operated earth-moving machines - Using harmonized data measured by international institutes, organizations and manufac- turers. Operating condition Average Standard deviation (s) 1.4*aw,eqx m/s2 (ft/s2 ) 1.4*aw,eqy m/s2 (ft/s2 ) aw,eqz m/s2 (ft/s2 ) 1.4*Sx m/s2 (ft/s2 ) 1.4*Sy m/s2 (ft/s2 ) Sz m/s2 (ft/s2 ) Excavating 0.52 (1.70) 0.35 (1.14) 0.29 (0.95) 0.26 (0.85) 0.22 (0.72) 0.13 (0.42) Transfer 0.41 (1.34) 0.53 (1.74) 0.61 (2.00) 0.12 (0.40) 0.20 (0.65) 0.19 (0.62)
  24. 24. 14 SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 3.4 NOISE LEVELS Sound power level (acoustic external) LWA: WE190 models: 102 dB (A) WE210 - WE210 Industrial models: 103 dB (A) WE230 - WE230 Industrial models: 102 dB (A) Sound power level guaranteed, determined in com- pliance with European standard 2000/14/EC. Sound pressure level in the operator’s seat (acoustic internal) LpA: WE190 models: 78 dB (A) WE210 - WE210 Industrial: 77 dB (A) WE230 - WE230 Industrial models: 75 dB (A) Sound pressure level continuous, measured inside the cab with door and windows closed and with the heater/air conditioner blower operating at 2nd speed, measured on an identical machine, in com- pliance with ISO 6396:2008 Standard. WE190 - WE210 - WE230 WE210 Industrial - WE230 Industrial
  25. 25. SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 15 3.5 TRAVELLING ON PUBLIC ROADS S WARNING Road circulation (on public roads) is ruled by special provisions varying from country to country. Check beforehand with local authorities for circulation provisions. S WARNING Transfer on public roads of WE230, WE210 Industrial and WE230 Industrial excavators is prohibited. Transfer on public roads (each time you leave a yard) is allowed only with an approved configuration, complying with dimensions (A), (B) as shown on the tables. WE190 MONOBOOM Dipper mm (in) 2000 (78.74) 2400 (94.48) 2800 (110.23) A Maximum height mm (in) 4000 (157.48) 4000 (157.48) 4000 (157.48) B Frontal off-set mm (in) 4810 (189.37) 4665 (183.66) 4680 (191.33) 2-PIECE BOOM Dipper mm (in) 2000 (78.74) 2400 (94.48) 2800 (110.23) A Maximum height mm (in) 4000 (157.48) 4000 (157.48) - B Frontal off-set mm (in) 2750 (108.26) 2775 (109.25) - WE210 MONOBOOM Dipper mm (in) 2300 (90.55) 2600 (102.36) 2900 (114.17) A Maximum height mm (in) 4000 (157.48) 4000 (157.48) 4000 (157.48) B Frontal off-set mm (in) 5325 (209.64) 5290 (208.27) 5265 (207.28) 2-PIECE BOOM Dipper mm (in) 2300 (90.55) 2600 (102.36) 2900 (114.17) A Maximum height mm (in) 4000 (157.48) - - B Frontal off-set mm (in) 3100 (122.05) - -
  26. 26. 16 SECTION 01 - SAFETY PRECAUTIONS S WARNING During road transfer with monoboom version the help of a flagman to signal the motion is compulsory. Car with blinking lights and flags should precede and follow the machine. S WARNING ITALY ROAD TRAVEL APPROVAL: travel with traffic beams and warning beacon alight (also during the day). GERMANY ROAD TRAVEL APPROVAL: travel with traffic beams alight (also during the day).
  27. 27. 1. SWITCHES AND PUSH-BUTTONS ............................................................................................................. 1 2. CONTROLS AND PEDALS ........................................................................................................................ 11 3. MULTI-FUNCTION DISPLAY ..................................................................................................................... 18 SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS
  28. 28. SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 1 1. SWITCHES AND PUSH-BUTTONS WE190 - WE210 - WE230
  29. 29. 2 SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS Ref. Description Operation Symbol 1 Rotary knob/ selector Fan Activates the blower and has 3-speed stages: 1, 2, 3. 2 White button Air conditioner (optional) Activates/deactivates the air recirculation. 3 Blue button Air conditioner (optional) Activation/deactivation of air conditioner (ON/ OFF). 4 Rotary knob/ selector Heating Sets the heating power: completely to the left - low heating power (blue); completely to the right - high heating power (red). 5 Switch Stabilizer (optional) Rear right stabilizer control. 6 Switch Stabilizer (optional) Rear left stabilizer control. 7 Switch Stabilizer (optional) Front left stabilizer control. Blade (optional) Blade control. 8 Switch Stabilizer (optional) Front right stabilizer control. 9 Switch Parking brake Parking brake control. 10 Push-button Floating axle blocking Push-button with two lamps. Left lamp shows mode selection: - left lamp ON: permanently locked mode; - left lamp OFF: automatic mode. Right lamp shows status: - right lamp ON: axle locked; - right lamp OFF: axle released.
  30. 30. SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 3 11 Push-button Not used. 12 Push-button Road travel By pressing the symbol the lamp lights up and the road travel mode is engaged. By pressing the symbol again the lamp turns off and the road travel mode disengages. Ensure that the safety lever is placed to off position (“0” position). 13 Push-button Creep speed By pressing the symbol (the lamp turns on) the creep speed engages. By pressing the symbol again (the lamp turns off) the creep speed disengages. 14 Display Multi-function Controls and monitoring of the machine functions. 15 Switch Clamshell open/ close speed (optional) The opening/closing speed of the clamshell is determined by preset values. The possibility of reducing this speed is provided as optional control. By activating the switch a preset value for speed reduction is active. Preset values can be changed via display. 16 Switch Hydraulic shears (optional) To activate depress switch face without symbol. To deactivate depress symbol face of switch. 17 Switch Hydraulic rotary cutter (optional) To activate depress switch face without symbol. To deactivate depress symbol face of switch. 18 Switch Hydraulic hammer (optional) To activate depress switch face without symbol. To deactivate depress symbol face of switch. 19 Switch Warning beacon (optional) To activate depress switch face without symbol. To deactivate depress symbol face of switch. 20 Starter switch key Activates and deactivates the electrical system. Starting/Stopping the engine. 21 Switch Rear work lights (optional) To activate, press the switch face without symbol. To deactivate, press the switch face with the symbol. 22 Switch Cab / attachment work lights To activate, press the switch face without symbol. To deactivate, press the switch face with the symbol. Ref. Description Operation Symbol
  31. 31. 4 SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 23 Push-button Screen wiper/ washer Multi-stage switch: - stage 0: screen wiper off; - stage 1: intermittent wiping; - stage 2: windscreen wiper operates continuously. 24 Switch Windscreen wiper Automatic-return push-button. One click: intermittent wiping. As long as the switch is kept pressed the windscreen wiper operates continuously. 25 Push-button Engine rpm Engine rpm decrease down to a minimum speed in 7 steps (7 power stages with fixed speed levels). 26 Push-button Engine rpm Engine rpm increase up to a maximum speed in 7 steps (7 power stages with fixed speed levels). 27 Push-button Auto Idle Activation/deactivation of automatic engine rpm reduction. After activation, the speed of the engine is automatically reduced to a lower rpm during no- work phases lasting longer than 4 seconds. 28 Push-button Low Idle Sets engine to idling speed. If Auto Idle and Low Idle are on at the same time, Low-Idle has higher priority. 29 Push-button Gearbox Push-button with two lamps. Left lamp on and right lamp off: 1st gear engaged. Left lamp off and right lamp on: 2nd gear engaged. Lights off: the automatic gearshift mode is active. 30 Push-button Upper structure holding brake Push-button with two lamps. Lights off: brake released, upper structure free to turn. Left light on: holding brake engaged, upper structure braked permanently. Right lamp on: holding brake in automatic mode. Holding brake is engaged and released automatically. As soon as the upper structure stops the brake engages. Ref. Description Operation Symbol
  32. 32. SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 5 31 Push-button Overload (optional) Push-button with two lamps. Lights off: overload warning system off. Left light on: overload warning system on (machine not additionally stabilized). Right lamp on: overload warning system on (machine additionally stabilized). 32 Push-button Upper structure swing deceleration behaviour Push-button with two lamps. Lights off: soft deceleration of upper structure rotation. Left light on: standard deceleration of upper structure rotation. Both lights on: abrupt deceleration of upper structure rotation. 33 Switch Quick coupler (optional) To activate depress switch face without symbol. To deactivate depress symbol face of switch. 34 Switch Magnet (optional) To activate depress switch face without symbol. To deactivate depress symbol face of switch. 35 Push-button Swing limitation (optional) Push-button with two lamps. To activate the push-button: left light on and the swing limitation is activated. Right light on when swing limitation device engaged (when one of the sensors gets engaged with the steel cam). 36 Push-button Hoist limitation (optional) Push-button with two lamps. To activate the push-button: left light on and the hoist limitation is activated. Right light on when hoist limitation device engaged (when one of the sensors gets engaged with the steel cam). 37 Push-button Not used. 38 Push-button Not used. Ref. Description Operation Symbol
  33. 33. 6 SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS WE210 Industrial - WE230 Industrial
  34. 34. SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 7 Ref. Description Operation Symbol 1 Rotary knob/ selector Fan Activates the blower and has 3-speed stages: 1, 2, 3. 2 White button Air conditioner (optional) Activates/deactivates the air recirculation. 3 Blue button Air conditioner (optional) Activation/deactivation of air conditioner (ON/OFF). 4 Rotary knob/ selector Heating Sets the heating power: completely to the left - low heating power (blue); completely to the right - high heating power (red). 5 Switch Stabilizer (optional) Rear right stabilizer control. 6 Switch Stabilizer (optional) Rear left stabilizer control. 7 Switch Stabilizer (optional) Front left stabilizer control. Blade (optional) Blade control. 8 Switch Stabilizer (optional) Front right stabilizer control. 9 Switch Parking brake Parking brake control. 10 Push-button Floating axle blocking Push-button with two lamps. Left lamp shows mode selection: - left lamp ON: permanently locked mode; - left lamp OFF: automatic mode. Right lamp shows status: - right lamp ON: axle locked; - right lamp OFF: axle released.
  35. 35. 8 SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 11 Push-button Not used. 12 Push-button Road travel By pressing the symbol the lamp lights up and the road travel mode is engaged. By pressing the symbol again the lamp turns off and the road travel mode disengages. Ensure that the safety lever is placed to off position (“0” position). 13 Push-button Creep speed By pressing the symbol (the lamp turns on) the creep speed engages. By pressing the symbol again (the lamp turns off) the creep speed disengages. 14 Display Multi-function Controls and monitoring of the machine functions. 15 Switch Clamshell open/ close speed (optional) The opening/closing speed of the clamshell is determined by preset values. The possibility of reducing this speed is provided as optional control. By activating the switch a preset value for speed reduction is active. Preset values can be changed via display. 16 Switch Safety during activation of cab at variable height Locking: press symbol face of switch, (the lamp lights up red). 17 Switch Additional motor (Optional) Activation/deactivation of additional motor. 18 Switch Cab at variable height Cab raising: by keeping the push-button face with the symbol (L) pressed, until the required height or the maximum height is reached. Cab lowering: by keeping the push-button face with the symbol (l) pressed, until the required height or the minimum height is reached. 19 Switch Warning beacon (optional) To activate depress switch face without symbol. To deactivate depress symbol face of switch. 20 Starter switch key Activates and deactivates the electrical system. Starting/Stopping the engine. 21 Switch Rear work lights (optional) To activate, press the switch face without symbol. To deactivate, press the switch face with the symbol. 22 Switch Cab / attachment work lights To activate, press the switch face without symbol. To deactivate, press the switch face with the symbol. Ref. Description Operation Symbol
  36. 36. SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 9 23 Push-button Screen wiper/ washer Multi-stage switch: - stage 0: screen wiper off; - stage 1: intermittent wiping; - stage 2: windscreen wiper operates continuously. 24 Switch Windscreen wiper Automatic-return push-button. One click: intermittent wiping. As long as the switch is kept pressed the windscreen wiper operates continuously. 25 Push-button Engine rpm Engine rpm decrease down to a minimum speed in 7 steps (7 power stages with fixed speed levels). 26 Push-button Engine rpm Engine rpm increase up to a maximum speed in 7 steps (7 power stages with fixed speed levels). 27 Push-button Auto Idle Activation/deactivation of automatic engine rpm reduction. After activation, the speed of the engine is automatically reduced to a lower rpm during no- work phases lasting longer than 4 seconds. 28 Push-button Low Idle Sets engine to idling speed. If Auto Idle and Low Idle are on at the same time, Low-Idle has higher priority. 29 Push-button Gearbox Push-button with two lamps. Left lamp on and right lamp off: 1st gear engaged. Left lamp off and right lamp on: 2nd gear engaged. Lights off: the automatic gearshift mode is active. 30 Push-button Upper structure holding brake Push-button with two lamps. Lights off: brake released, upper structure free to turn. Left light on: holding brake engaged, upper structure braked permanently. Right lamp on: holding brake in automatic mode. Holding brake is engaged and released automatically. As soon as the upper structure stops the brake engages. Ref. Description Operation Symbol
  37. 37. 10 SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 31 Push-button Overload (optional) Push-button with two lamps. Lights off: overload warning system off. Left light on: overload warning system on (machine not additionally stabilized). Right lamp on: overload warning system on (machine additionally stabilized). 32 Push-button Upper structure swing deceleration behaviour Push-button with two lamps. Lights off: soft deceleration of upper structure rotation. Left light on: standard deceleration of upper structure rotation. Both lights on: abrupt deceleration of upper structure rotation. 33 Switch Magnet (optional) To activate depress switch face without symbol. To deactivate depress symbol face of switch. Ref. Description Operation Symbol
  38. 38. SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 11 2. CONTROLS AND PEDALS WE190 - WE210 - WE230
  39. 39. 12 SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS Ref. Description Operation Symbol 1 Left control lever Rotation By shifting the lever to the right - the upper structure rotates to the right. By shifting the lever to the left - the upper structure rotates to the left. Dipper By shifting the lever forward - the dipper extends. By shifting the lever backward - the dipper retracts. 2 Push-button Horn Acoustic signal. 3 Safety lever Pilot control By shifting the lever upward the pilot control is OFF. By shifting the lever downward the pilot control is ON. 4 Push-button Power Boost Generates an engine rpm and pressure increase (for short work stages). 5 Push-button Levelling Allows performing levelling operations in a more accurate and smoother way. 6 Push-button Hydraulic hammer (optional) or magnet operation (optional) Hydraulic hammer engagement or magnet function engagement. 7 Push-button Clamshell rotation (optional) Left clamshell rotation. 8 Pedal 2-piece boom attachment With 2-piece boom: extension/retraction of adjusting cylinder. Monoboom attachment With hammer: hammer control. With rotary cutter: rotary cutter control. With shears: shear control. 9 Footrest It is always fitted when the machine is equipped with monoboom attachment. For 2-piece boom attachment, it is fitted only if the machine is equipped with one pedal (adjusting cylinder); if the machine is equipped with two pedals, it is not fitted. 1st pedal (adjusting cylinder) 2nd pedal (hammer / shear). 10 Lever Lights It selects the lights type. Upper beams: by pushing the lever downwards. Low beams: lever in middle position. Flash lamp: by pushing the lever upwards. 11 Lever Horn Acoustic signal.
  40. 40. SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 13 12 Lever Lights Lights OFF. 13 Lever Lights Parking lights ON. 14 Lever Lights Low beams ON. 15 Lever Turn signal light Left signal light activation. 16 Lever Turn signal light Right signal light activation. 17 Push-button Flashing lights Warning light instead of flashing light. 18 Steering wheel and column Steering Transfers the steering motion to the steering axle. 19 Lever Locking of the steering column It locks the steering column to required inclination: by pushing downward - the column can be moved; by releasing the lever - the column is locked. 20 Pedal Travel Starts the machine travel and determines its speed. 21 Pedal Service brake It brakes the machine travel. The left-sided hook locks the service brake to braking position. 22 Push-button Clamshell rotation (optional) Right clamshell rotation. 23 Push-button Blade or stabilizers Blade or stabilizers activate - deactivate. 24 Push-button Travel direction Selection of forward travel direction. 25 Push-button Travel direction Selection of idle run. 26 Push-button Travel direction Selection of reverse travel direction. 27 Pin Upper structure holding lock It locks the upper structure to the undercarriage. Ref. Description Operation Symbol
  41. 41. 14 SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 28 Right control lever Boom By shifting the lever forward - the boom lowers. By shifting the lever backward - the boom raises. Bucket By pushing the lever to the right - the bucket dumps. By pushing the lever to the left - the bucket fills. Clamshell (optional) By pushing the lever to the right - the clamshell opens. By pushing the lever to the left - the clamshell closes. 29 Socket 12 V auxiliary socket. 30 Slider (right control lever) Blade or stabilizers Controls the blade or the stabilizers. 31 Slider (left control lever) Low flow system (optional) Controls the auxiliary function “Low flow” in parallel to the attachment, lever giving flow to auxiliary devices like rototilt, mowing device etc. 32 Additional pedal 2-piece boom attachment With hammer: hammer control. With rotary cutter: rotary cutter control. With shears: shear control. Ref. Description Operation Symbol
  42. 42. SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 15 WE210 Industrial - WE230 Industrial
  43. 43. 16 SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS Ref. Description Operation Symbol 1 Left control lever Rotation By shifting the lever to the right - the upper structure rotates to the right. By shifting the lever to the left - the upper structure rotates to the left. Dipper By shifting the lever forward - the dipper extends. By shifting the lever backward - the dipper retracts. 2 Push-button Horn Acoustic signal. 3 Safety lever Pilot control By shifting the lever upward the pilot control is OFF. By shifting the lever downward the pilot control is ON. 4 Push-button Power Boost Generates an engine rpm and pressure increase (for short work stages). 5 Push-button Levelling Allows performing levelling operations in a more accurate and smoother way. 6 Push-button Magnet operation (optional) Magnet function engagement. 7 Push-button Clamshell rotation (optional) Left clamshell rotation. 8 Slider (right control lever) Blade or stabilizers Controls the blade or the stabilizers. 9 Footrest 10 Lever Lights It selects the lights type. Upper beams: by pushing the lever downwards. Low beams: lever in middle position. Flash lamp: by pushing the lever upwards. 11 Lever Horn Acoustic signal. 12 Lever Lights Lights OFF. 13 Lever Lights Parking lights ON. 14 Lever Lights Low beams ON.
  44. 44. SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 17 15 Lever Turn signal light Left signal light activation. 16 Lever Turn signal light Right signal light activation. 17 Push-button Flashing lights Warning light activation. 18 Steering wheel and column Steering Transfers the steering motion to the steering axle. 19 Lever Locking of the steering column It locks the steering column to required inclination: by pushing downward - the column can be moved; by releasing the lever - the column is locked. 20 Pedal Travel Starts the machine travel and determines its speed. 21 Pedal Service brake It brakes the machine travel. The left-sided hook locks the service brake to braking position. 22 Push-button Clamshell rotation (optional) Right clamshell rotation. 23 Push-button Blade or stabilizers Blade or stabilizers activate - deactivate. 24 Push-button Travel direction Selection of forward travel direction. 25 Push-button Travel direction Selection of idle run. 26 Push-button Travel direction Selection of reverse travel direction. 27 Pin Upper structure holding lock It locks the upper structure to the undercarriage. 28 Right control lever Boom By shifting the lever forward - the boom lowers. By shifting the lever backward - the boom raises. Bucket By pushing the lever to the right - the bucket dumps. By pushing the lever to the left - the bucket fills. Clamshell (optional) By pushing the lever to the right - the clamshell opens. By pushing the lever to the left - the clamshell closes. 29 Socket 12 V auxiliary socket. Ref. Description Operation Symbol
  45. 45. 18 SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 3. MULTI-FUNCTION DISPLAY Ref. Description Operation Symbol 1 Lamp Travel direction This light turns on when the forward travel is engaged. 2 Lamp Turn signal light It flashes when the left turn signal is activated. 3 Lamp Warm-up It turns on during warm-up. 4 Lamp Upper beams It turns on blue, when the upper beams are activated. 5 Lamp Upper structure holding lock (slewing brake) This light turns on when the holding lock is engaged. 6 Lamp Turn signal light It turns on when the right turn signal is activated. 1
  46. 46. SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 19 7 Lamp Travel direction It turns on when the reverse travel is activated. 8 Display Start Time/Hourmeter/ Fuel level The symbols at the top, on the left, represent: oscillating axle, parking brake, power level and mode. Time in hours and minutes/machine working hours display/fuel level indication. Indication above the cross line = Level OK Indication under the cross line = top up fuel. Working/Travelling Time/Engine power level The symbols at the top, on the left, represent: oscillating axle, parking brake, power level and mode. Time in hours and minutes / graphic display of the engine power level. Start/Working/Travelling Coolant temperature/ hydraulic oil temperature It displays the temperature of coolant and the hydraulic oil temperature. Setting/Information Attachments Setting of hydraulic oil pressure and of volumetric flow for the following attachments: - 4 different hydraulic hammers; - 4 different rotary cutters; - 4 different hydraulic shears. Further options can be activated by the dealer for use by the operator: - degree of damping for equipment movements and travel function; - rotation power limiting; - activation of “Auto Power Boost” function; - setting of the levelling function; - basic setting; - clamshell rotation; - boom adjusting cylinder speed. Ref. Description Operation Symbol 121 HOURS ATTACHMENTS
  47. 47. 20 SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 8 Display Setting/Information Machine Display of all machine data. Operation hours Display of service hours, according to: - total hours; - partial time; - days count. Display Setting of display contrast and brightness, clock, language and units of measurement. Fault’s retrieval This menu is reserved for Service (disabled in normal machine operation password protected). Information Displays operating data of the machine and the control system. Maintenance Display of maintenance intervals (disabled in normal machine operation). Ref. Description Operation Symbol MACHINE OPERATION HOURS DISPLAY FAULTS RETRIEVAL INFORMATION MAINTENANCE
  48. 48. SECTION 02 - CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 21 9 Push-button “set” button Push-button for selection and confirmation of items in function and navigation menus. 10 Push-button Push-button with downward arrow Push-button for selection and scroll- down in function and navigation menus. 11 Push-button Push-button with upward arrow Push-button for selection and scroll- up or cancel button in function and navigation menus. 12 Lamp Fault message Lights up yellow in the event of faults which are not safety- or function- relevant. When a yellow fault occurs: - yellow warning lamp lights up; - buzzer warning sounds. Faults can be recalled by pressing the “set” button. If several yellow faults have occurred, they are displayed one after another at certain intervals. Faults can be recalled by pressing the “set” button again. The cause of the fault should be rectified as soon as possible. In most cases, the machine can continue to be used with all its functions. 13 Lamp Fault message Lights up red, when the safety of persons and the functioning of main assemblies of the machine is endangered. When a red fault occurs, a fault number is displayed and an intermittent buzzer warning is sounded in addition to the red warning lamp lighting up. In some fault cases, certain machine functions are deactivated or can be switched over to emergency operation. Ref. Description Operation Symbol
  49. 49. 1. MAIN COMPONENTS .................................................................................................................................. 1 1.1 2-PIECE BOOM ATTACHMENT (WE190) ............................................................................................ 1 1.2 2-PIECE BOOM ATTACHMENT (WE210 - WE230) ............................................................................. 2 1.3 MONOBOOM ATTACHMENT (WE190 - WE210 - WE230).................................................................. 3 1.4 HANDLING ATTACHMENT (WE210 Industrial - WE230 Industrial) ..................................................... 4 2. DIMENSIONS - OPERATING WEIGHTS ..................................................................................................... 5 2.1 WE190 MODELS................................................................................................................................... 5 2.2 WE210 MODELS................................................................................................................................... 9 2.3 WE230 MODELS................................................................................................................................. 13 2.4 WE210 Industrial MODELS ................................................................................................................. 17 2.5 WE230 Industrial MODELS ................................................................................................................. 18 3. DIGGING PERFORMANCE ....................................................................................................................... 19 3.1 WE190 MODELS................................................................................................................................. 19 3.2 WE210 MODELS................................................................................................................................. 23 3.3 WE230 MODELS................................................................................................................................. 27 3.4 WE210 Industrial MODELS ................................................................................................................. 31 3.5 WE230 Industrial MODELS ................................................................................................................. 32 4. LIFTING CAPACITIES................................................................................................................................ 33 4.1 WE190 MODELS................................................................................................................................. 33 4.2 WE210 MODELS................................................................................................................................. 35 4.3 WE230 MODELS................................................................................................................................. 37 4.4 WE210 Industrial MODELS ................................................................................................................. 39 4.5 WE230 Industrial MODELS ................................................................................................................. 40 5. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM ............................................................................................................................... 41 5.1 PUMPS ................................................................................................................................................ 41 6. SLEWING ................................................................................................................................................... 42 6.1 SLEWING GEARBOX.......................................................................................................................... 42 7. TRAVEL...................................................................................................................................................... 43 7.1 TYRES................................................................................................................................................. 44 8. BRAKES ..................................................................................................................................................... 44 9. STEERING.................................................................................................................................................. 44 10. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM............................................................................................................................ 45 11. BUCKETS................................................................................................................................................. 45 11.1 BUCKETS - WE190........................................................................................................................... 45 11.2 BUCKETS - WE210........................................................................................................................... 45 11.3 BUCKETS - WE230........................................................................................................................... 45 12. TIGHTENING TORQUES ......................................................................................................................... 46 13. FUEL SYSTEM......................................................................................................................................... 46 14. ENGINE .................................................................................................................................................... 46 15. SUPPLY SUMMARIZING CHART............................................................................................................ 47 SECTION 03 - TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
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