INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
Section I. SERVICE UPON RECEIPT OF EQUIPMENT
The pneumatic drill is equipped with two
(a) If the pneumatic drill is to be towed
side of the track frame for crane handling.
to the desired worksite, disengage
When unloading the unit from the flatcar or
the clutch on each propelling air
trailer bed, use a spreader bar located over the
motor by pulling the clutch lock
pin handle (fig. 2-2) out to the re-
Warning: Do not attempt to lift the pneu-
tracted position, and turning the
matic drill unless the drill guide is positioned
handle to lock it in this position.
as shown. If this procedure is not followed,
unbalancing of the load may occur which can
disengaged before towing, damage
cause damage to the equipment and severe
to the internal parts of the motor
injury to personnel in the area.
2-2. Unpacking Equipment
(b) Release the automatic brakes on
the propelling air motors by turn-
The pneumatic drill is shipped completely
ing in (clockwise) the setscrew
assembled and is not packed in any exterior
containers or crates.
Tighten the locknut to retain the
2-3. Inspecting and Servicing Equipment
Caution: Do not tow the pneu-
a. Refer to the basic issue items list (app. B)
matic drill at speeds greater than
to check for the presence of all required mate-
4 mph (miles per hour). Be sure
rials. Check all parts for insecure mounting.
that the drill guide is raised
Tighten all loose mounting screws. and caps.
tive maintenance services to be performed.
c. Visually check the pneumatic drill for
(a) Engage the clutch on each propel-
missing parts and for damage that may have
ling air motor by releasing the
occurred during shipment. Carefully check all
hoses and fittings for abrasion and tightness.
Turn the handle either right or
left until it releases and pulls in.
2-4. Installation of Separately Packed
If the lock pin does not snap into
position, it may be necessary to
Since the pneumatic drill is shipped com-
operate the propelling air motor
pletely assembled, no installation is required.
very slowly until the ring gear is