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1. Operating Instructions Art.: 80200202 en Read carefully prior to starting up! Keep operating instructions in a safe place! 02/2009 Specialists in modern cultivation…
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  • 1. Operating Instructions Art.: 80200202 en Read carefully prior to starting up! Keep operating instructions in a safe place! 02/2009 Specialists in modern cultivation and seeding technology HORSCH ProntoHORSCH Pronto 7 / 8 / 9 DC 8 PPF7 / 8 / 9 DC 8 PPF
  • 2. EC Declaration of Conformity In accordance with EC Directive 98/37/EC We, HORSCH Maschinen GmbH Sitzenhof 1 D-92421 Schwandorf do solely declare that the product HORSCH Pronto 7 DC from Serial No. 23771251 8 DC 23781282 9 DC 23791277 8 PPF 23881250 which is the subject of this declaration, fully conforms with the pertinent safety and health require- ments specified in EC Directive 98/37/EC. The following harmonised standards and technical specifications were applied for correct interpre- tation of the safety and health requirements specified in the EC Directive: DIN EN ISO 12100 - 1 DIN EN ISO 12100 - 2 Schwandorf, 12.06.2007 Place and Date ____________________ ____________________ M. Horsch P. Horsch (Managing Director) (Development and Construction)
  • 3. PleasedetachandsendtoHORSCHMaschinenGmbHorgivetotheservicetechnicianwhenreceivinginstruction Operating instructions: 02/2009 80200202 Pronto 7 - 9 DC / 8 PPF en I hereby confirm receipt of the operating instructions and spare parts list for the above mentioned machine. I have been instructed by a HORSCH service technician or authorised dealer in the operation and functions of the machine, as well as in the safety requirements. ........................................................................ Name of the service technician Machine Registration No warranty claims will be accepted if this machine registration form is not returned ! I am aware that a warranty claim will only be valid if this form has been fully completed, signed and returned to HORSCH Maschinen GmbH, or has been given to the Service Technician, immediately after first instruction. ................................................................... ........................................................................ Place, date of first instruction Buyer’s signature Dealer Name: ............................................................. Street: ............................................................. Postal code: .................................................... Place: ............................................................. Tel.: ................................................................ Fax:................................................................. E-mail: ............................................................ Customer No. :................................................ Customer Name: ............................................................. Street: ............................................................. Postal code: .................................................... Place: ............................................................. Tel.: ................................................................ Fax:................................................................. E-mail: ............................................................ Customer No. :................................................ Type of machine:............................................. Serial number:................................................. Delivery date: ................................................. To SIMBA International Ltd. Woodbridge Road GB-Sleaford, Lincolnshire NG34 7EW Fax: +44 (0) 1529 / 413101 For customers out of Great Britain, return it to your local dealer! Demonstration machine – initial use Demonstration machine - relocation Demonstration machine final sale - use New machine final sale – initial use Customer‘s machine - relocation
  • 4. - Translation of the Original Operating Instructions - Machine Identification The corresponding data is to be entered into the list below upon receiving the machine: Serial number: ................................................ Machine type: ................................................ Year of construction: ...................................... Initial installation: ............................................ Optional extras: .............................................. .......................................................................... .......................................................................... .......................................................................... Publication date of Operation Manual: 02/2009 Address of Retailer: Name: ...................................................................... Road: ...................................................................... Town/City: ...................................................................... Tel.: ...................................................................... Customer No.: Retailer: ...................................................................... Address of HORSCH: HORSCH Maschinen GmbH 92421 Schwandorf, Sitzenhof 1 92401 Schwandorf, Postbox 1038 Tel.: +49 (0) 9431 / 7143-0 Fax: +49 (0) 9431 / 41364 E-mail: info@horsch.com Customer No.: HORSCH: ......................................................................
  • 5. 6 Table of contents Introduction..................................................8 Foreword.......................................................8 Warranty claims.............................................8 Intended use..................................................9 Consequential damage................................9 Authorised operators...................................10 Protective clothing.......................................10 Information regarding safety....................11 Safety symbols............................................11 Operational safety.......................................15 Road traffic safety.......................................15 Accident prevention.....................................15 Hitching up / unhitching.............................15 Changing implements................................16 In operation................................................16 Service and maintenance............................17 Transport/Installation................................18 Delivery.......................................................18 Machines with DrillManager ME................18 Installation...................................................18 Install DrillManager....................................19 Adjusting the bout markers........................20 Technical data............................................21 Pronto 7 DC.................................................21 Pronto 8 DC.................................................21 Pronto 9 DC.................................................22 Pronto 8 PPF...............................................22 Road lighting equipment..............................23 Hydraulic system Pronto 7/8/9 DC..............24 Hydraulic system Pronto 7/8/9 DC with front packer..........................................25 Hydraulics Pronto 8 DC PPF.......................26 Brake system...............................................27 Pneumatic brake........................................27 Hydraulic brake..........................................28 Hitching-up the machine..............................30 Connecting the hydraulic system...............30 Connecting the road lighting equipment....30 Hydraulic function......................................31 Unfold / fold machine...................................31 Parking the machine....................................32 Operation....................................................33 Pneumatics Pronto DC................................33 Fan............................................................33 Fan direct drive .........................................34 Fan with PTO-shaft driven pump...............35 Re-tightening the fan impeller....................37 Hopper 7/8/9 DC.........................................38 Hopper 8 PPF..............................................38 Venturi-type injector....................................38 Half side shut-down...................................38 Twin hoppers 8 PPF for 2 x seed............39 Distribution box seed and fertiliser..............41 Hose arrangement.....................................42 Metering unit................................................43 Roller change............................................44 Roller change with full hopper ..................44 Checking the sealing lip.............................45 Roller for fine seeds...................................45 Rape brushes............................................47 Coarse seeds............................................48 Metering unit with Venturi-type injector ....48 Servicing the metering unit........................49 Seeding component....................................50 Rear Harrow..............................................52 Calibration...................................................53 Setting .......................................................53 Drill depth....................................................53 Prework tools...............................................55 Work instructions.........................................57 Checks........................................................58 Additional Fittings .......................................60 Pre emergency markers............................60 Hydr. coulter pressure adjustment.............61 Track Eradicators......................................61 Filling Auger...............................................62 Service and maintenance.........................63 Cleaning......................................................63 Maintenance intervals.................................63 Preparation for storage................................63 Lubricating the machine............................64 Hygiene....................................................64 Handling of lubricants..............................64 Service........................................................64 Maintenance schedule................................65 Lubrication points......................................67 Bolt tightening torques - metric bolts...........69 Bolt tightening torques - imperial bolts........70
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  • 7. 8 Introduction Foreword Before operating the machine read and strictly comply with the operating instructions. In doing so, you will avoid accidents, reduce repair costs and downtime and increase the reliability and service life to your machine. Pay attention to the safety instructions! HORSCH will not assume liability for any dam- age or malfunctions resulting from failure to comply with the operating instructions. These operating instructions will assist you in getting to know your machine and in using it correctly for its intended purposes. The operating instructions must be read and strictly adhered to by all persons working on or with the machine e.g.: ¾¾ operation (including preparation, fault rectifi- cation during work and servicing) ¾¾ maintenance (maintenance and inspection) ¾¾ Transport Together with the operating instructions, you also receive a spare parts list and a machine registration form. Field service technicians will instruct you in the operation and care of your machine. After this you should return the machine registration form to HORSCH. This confirms your formal acceptance receipt of the machine. The warranty period starts with the date of delivery. We reserve the right for alter illustrations as well as technical data and weights contained in these operating instructions for the purpose of improving the machine. Warranty claims Warranty claim forms must be submitted through your local HORSCH dealer to the HORSCH Service Department in Schwandorf. Only claims, which have been correctly com- pleted and submitted no later than four weeks after the defect occurred, can be processed. Exchange parts, which require the old part to be returned, are marked with the letter "R". Please return these components cleaned and emptied to HORSCH within 4 weeks together with a warranty claim form and precise fault description. Exchange parts, which do not require the old part to be returned. Please keep such parts for 12 weeks, until a decision has been made on the action to be taken. Warranty repairs, which are to be carried out by a third-party company, or which are expected to take longer than 10 working hours, must be agreed upon in advance with the Customer Service Department.
  • 8. 9 Intended use The drill is state-of-the-art and designed in ac- cordance with relevant, recognised safety regu- lations. However, risks of injury to the operator or third parties and impairment of the machine or other tangible assets can occur during use. The machine must only be operated for its in- tended use if in a technically perfect condition, whilst being aware of safety and risks and in strict compliance with the operating instruc- tions! Faults, particularly those which impair safety, must be remedied immediately. The machine must only be operated, serviced and repaired by persons who are familiar with it and have been made aware of the dangers involved. Genuine spare parts and accessories from HORSCH have been specially designed for this machine. Spare parts and accessories which are not delivered by us, have not been tested or approved by us. Installation or use of non-original HORSCH products may have a detrimental effect on specific design features of the machine and impair the safety of machine operators and the machine itself. HORSCH will not assume liability whatsoever for damage resulting from the use of non-original parts and accessories. The machine is designed to distribute seeds and fertilisers. Any other use beyond these limits, e.g. as a means of transport, is deemed improper. HORSCH will not assume liability whatsoever fro damage resulting from unintended use. The risk will be borne solely by the user. The respective accident prevention regulations and other generally recognised safety-related, occupational medical and road traffic regulations are to be adhered to. Intended use also includes the strict compliance with the operating instructions and adherence to the operating, maintenance and repair instruc- tions specified by the manufacturer. Consequential damage The machine has been manufactured by HORSCH with great care. Nevertheless, even when used properly, deviations or complete failure in the application rate may be caused, e.g. by: ¾¾ differences in the composition of seed or fertiliser (i.e. grain size distribution, density, geometrical shape, dressing, sealing). ¾¾ blockages or seed bridging (i.e. caused by foreign bodies, non-smooth seeds, sticky dressing, moist fertiliser). ¾¾ Worn wearing parts (e.g. metering unit). ¾¾ Damage caused by external influences. ¾¾ incorrect drive motor speeds and driving speeds. ¾¾ incorrect setting of the unit (incorrect connec- tion, non-observance of setting tables). Therefore, it is crucial to always check your machine before and during operation for correct operation and adequate application accuracy. Compensation claims for damages which have not been caused by the machine, are excluded. This also includes that any liability for conse- quential damages caused by drill and control commands, is excluded.
  • 9. 10 In these operating instructions The operating instructions distinguish between three different types of warning and safety in- structions. The following graphic symbols are used: important instructions. if there is a risk of injury! if there is a risk to life and limb! It is important that all the safety instructions contained in these operating instructions and all the warning signs on the machine are read thoroughly Ensure that the warning signs are in a legible and replace and signs that are missing or dam- aged. These instructions must be followed in order to prevent accidents. Inform other users of the warnings and safety instructions. Do not carry out any operations which may affect the safe use of the machine. Authorised operators Only those persons who have been authorised and instructed by the operator may operate the machine. Operators must be at least 16 years of age. The operator must hold a valid driving licence. He is responsible for third parties in the operat- ing area. The person in charge must ¾¾ make the operating instructions available to the operator. ¾¾ ensure that the operator has read and under- stood the operating instructions. The operating instructions are a component part of the machine. Protective clothing For operation and maintenance you need: ¾¾ snug fitting clothing. ¾¾ protective gloves to protect against sharp- edged machine parts. ¾¾ protective goggles to protect the eyes against dust or spray, when working with fertiliser or liquid fertiliser. Strictly observe the handling instructions given by the fertiliser manufac- turer. ¾¾ when handling dressing or dressed seed wear a respirator mask and protective gloves. Strictly observe the handling instructions given by the dressing manufacturer.
  • 10. 11 Information regarding safety The following warnings and safety instructions apply to all sections in these operating instruc- tions. Safety symbols On the machine No passengers are allowed to ride on the machine! Stay clear of swinging area of retractable and extendible machine parts! Watch out for fluids spraying out under high pressure, follow the operating instructions Read and adhere to the operat- ing instructions before starting up the machine! Never reach into areas where there is a risk of crushing, as long as parts could still be moving! Switch the engine off and pull out the key before starting maintenance and repair work. Do not climb on rotatable parts. Use mounting steps provided for this purpose.
  • 11. 12 In order to prevent eye injuries, do not look directly at the beam area when the radar sensor is switched on! It is only permitted to remain in the danger zone if the safety support is in place Waage ed Sept 03 DatumEntw.DateinameZeichnungsnummerZeichnung 00380879 00380879 OFF ON ZERO Attach the scales here when calibrating. ed Ok DaEntw.DateinameZeichnungsnummerMaschine Zeichnung Pronto89DC 00380345 1 2 P=80±10bar P=50bar Pronto 7 / 8 / 9 DC Lower with 50 bar coulter pressure; Preload wing hydraulics with 80 bar, then switch to floating position. alle Aufkleber ed Entw.DateinameZeichnungsnummerMaschine Zeichnung 00380960- P=80±10barP>100bar Pronto 8 PPF Lower with at least 100 bar coulter pressure; Preload wing hydraulics with 80 bar. Adjust the coulter pressure - read the operating instructions. The filling level must be between min. and max. alle Ölstand ed Sept 03 DatumEntw.DateinameZeichnungsnummerMaschine Zeichnung 00380093 max mi n ™l t yp: HLP 46 DI N 51524 Tei l 2 Temp: max 60° C 00380093
  • 12. 13 The return flow pressure at the fan drive must not exceed 5 bar, as otherwise the hydraulic motor may be destroyed. Rücklauf_Gebläse ed Sept 03 DatumEntw.DateinameZeichnungsnummerMaschine Zeichnung 00380242 00380242 max. 5bar alle Rücklaufdruck bei Zapfwellenpumpe ed Sept 03 DatumEntw.DateinameZeichnungsnummerMaschine Zeichnung 00380319 00380319 max. 2 bar If the return flow pressure exceeds 2 bar replace the filter and change the oil. ed Okt 06 DatumEntw.DateinameZeichnungsnummerMaschine Zeichnung pronto89DC 00380353 If the disc tools are not installed, put the front and rear supports in place before parking. Alle Hydr. Leitungen anschließen ZeichnungsnumMaschine Zeichnung 00380212 .. . . . . .. . . . . 00380212 Always plug in all hydraulic lines. Otherwise components could be damaged because of interconnected hydraulic functions. Retighten the wheel nuts / wheel bolts after 50 hours. 00380359 50h/ Nm Lever position when switching between working and transport positio
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