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Weld-On Swivel Joints

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A B C D E F G Max* Poids
ROT44 M+F 44 75 24 45 69 5 14 8 1.5 -
ROT55 M+F 55 95 34 52 91 5 16 14 3 -
ROT66 M+F 66 115 34 59 89 5 19 22 4 -
ROT79 M+F 79 135 71 74 109 50 22 32 7 -
The study, the conception and the technical specifications are only replica omega watches suitable for tippers

- Max pressure : 200 bars
- Proof pressure : 300 bars
- Maximum speed : 0.2m/s
- Temperature : - 30°C to + 90°C
- Hydraulic mineral oil

• Materials
- Seamless tube NFA 49311/312 tube machined, ground, treated and polished Ra<0.4µ
- Round bar Steel C35R, machined, ground and polished Ra<0.4µ
- Each component is nitrited (except cylinder bottom)

• Seals
- Rod: compact polyurethane lip seal + 1 polyurethane wiper seal
- Cylinder bottom: O RING 80 shore + back up ring or static seal

• Marking
On the tube or bottom: REFERENCE + CH + WEEK/YEAR of manufacture

• Testing by “pick up”
- Protect the hydraulic circuit by a relief valve and a filter;
- Check the state of purity of the fluid (foreign bodies);
- Remember to purge the cylinders and the hydraulic circuit;
- Do not weld onto the cylinder;
- Do not, under any circumstances, use the tipping system as a mechanical stop;
- Never allow the body to lean against the cylinder when in stowed position (gap > 20mm).

• Storage:
- The cylinder rod must be greased before being stored;
- Protect the cylinder shaft and trunnions during high pressure steam cleaning.

• Spare parts: joint pockets, see price list.

• Instructions: on request.

• Guarantee: please refer to the general sales conditions.

The normal operation of a CHAPEL telescopic cylinder consists in the regular lifting of a tipper body to progressively empty its load over its path, whilst respecting the operating and safety conditions.

A tipping system is solely a lifting device, it cannot, under any circumstances, stabilise or guide the tipper body.

On choosing a cylinder, the weight C is equal to the weight of the body added to the weight of the load.


Plan a gap from 20 to 30mm

Ensure that
- The necessary tipping pressure is less than the maximum recommended operating pressure;
- The load is compatible with the vehicle;
- The ground is stable and flat;
- There are no people or obstacles in the working perimeter (at ground level and high up),
- The load has been distributed uniformly;
- The tyre pressure is correct;
- The load is progressively emptied.

PAY ATTENTION to loads sticking in the body (wet earth, etc...)
Strong adhesion to the body may cause the vehicle to tip over.

- Do not move the vehicle during tipping;
- Rapid operation of the cylinder tipper control;
- Working under a raised tipper body that has not been secured;
- Tipping if the wind is buffeting the vehicle.

"Not following the above safety procedures may cause considerable over-pressures and transverse forces that are not allowed by the cylinder.
This may therefore cause considerable damage and place the operator in danger."

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