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Bomag BT 60/4 Operating Instructions Manual

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Operating instructions
Maintenance instructions
BT 60/4 / BT 65/4
S/N 101 540 52 2391 > / S/N 101 540 53 4211 >
Vibratory Tampers
Catalogue No.
02/2010
008 066 01

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  • Page 1 Operating instructions Maintenance instructions BT 60/4 / BT 65/4 S/N 101 540 52 2391 > / S/N 101 540 53 4211 > Vibratory Tampers Catalogue No. 02/2010 008 066 01...
  • Page 3 Your BOMAG dealer will also supply you with in- operation. formation about the correct use of our machines in soil and asphalt construction.
  • Page 4 Supplement the above data together with the com- missioning protocol. During commissioning our organisation will in- struct you in the operation and maintenance of the machine. Please observe strictly the safety regulations and all notes on risks and dangers! Fig. 2 Fig. 3 BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 5 Table of Contents BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 6 Table of Contents BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 7: Technical Data

    1 Technical Data BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 8 Max. working speed (depending on soil) m/min Max. areal output (depending on soil) Drive Engine manufacturer Honda Honda Type GX 100 GX 100 Cooling Number of cylinders Displacement Rated power ISO 9249 Rated speed 4200 4200 BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 9 BT 65/4 Exciter system Drive system mechanical mechanical Frequency 10 – 11.8 10 – 11.8 Impact force 13.5 16.2 Filling capacities Fuel tank Oil in tamper foot Engine oil The right for technical modifications remains reserved BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 10: Noise Value

    ISO 5349 and EN 500 BT 65/4 a = 9.0 m/sec on crushed rock determined acc. to ISO 5349 and EN 500 Caution Observe the daily vibration load (Industrial safety acc. to 2002/44/EEC). BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 11: Safety Regulations

    2 Safety regulations BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 12 General For example: Working in horizontal direction This BOMAG machine has been built in com- pliance with the latest technical standard and Ramming of poles complies with the applicable regulations and Vibrating of paving blocks technical rules. However, dangers for persons...
  • Page 13 Do not take your hands off the machine while the engine is running. Always shut the engine down to transport the tamper or to lay it on its side. Keep your feet away from the tamper foot BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 14: Parking The Machine

    Do not touch the piston with the cleaning tools. Replace damaged and illegible stickers/decals. Working on the tamper foot Wipe off spilled oil, catch running out oil and dis- pose of environmentally. Store oily material in a specially marked container and dispose of environmentally. BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 15 Fig. 5 Brief operating instructions Information sticker "Guaranteed sound capac- ity level" Information sticker "Oil level" and instruction sticker "Wear ear defenders" Warning sticker "Spring" Information sticker "Gasoline" Information sticker "Lifting point" BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 16 BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 17: Indicators And Controls

    3 Indicators and Controls BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 18: General Notes

    Paragraph 4 Operation contains only concise de- scriptions of the individual operating steps. Fig. 6 No. 1 = Throttle lever Fig. 7 No. 2 = Engine stop button Fig. 8 No. 3 = Recoil starter BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 19 Fig. 9 No. 4 = Fuel cock Fig. 10 No. 5 = Choke lever BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 20 BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 21: Operation

    4 Operation BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 22: Tests Before Taking Into Op- Eration

    For a description of the following tasks refer to the chapter "Daily maintenance". concertina wall for damage and leaks Note Important! The engine cannot be started if the en- gine oil level is too low. Engine oil level Fuel level BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 23: Starting The Engine

    Wear your personal noise protection means (ear defenders) before starting operation. Fig. 13 Close the choke (Fig. 13). Note Always close the choke to start a cold and warm engine. Fig. 11 Open the fuel cock (Fig. 11). BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 24: Starting Under Cold Weather Conditions

    Engine oil level too low The engine does not start if the oil level is too low. Check the engine oil level, fill up if necessary. Repeat the starting procedure. BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 25: Work/Operation

    Repeat the starting procedure. Fig. 19 In order to achieve a smooth running of the machine adjust the throttle lever in the range I (Fig. 19), depending on the condition and the density of the soil. BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 26 If the tamper should get out of rhythm on highly compacted ground, smooth running can be achieved by slightly changing the engine speed and/or the inclination of the tamper. BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 27: Shutting Down The Engine

    Fig. 24 Press the engine shut-down button (Fig. 24). Danger Danger of burning! Immediately after shutting down the engine is still hot, do not touch the exhaust. Park the machine so that it cannot turn over. BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 28 "Technical Data". Note When changing the tamper foot to a different width use only genuine BOMAG parts. After changing the tamper foot check the engine speed, adjust it if necessary. Fig. 28 Always shut the engine down to transport the tamper or to lay it on its side.
  • Page 29 Fig. 29 For loading the machine attach the lifting gear only to the cross strut of the steering handle (Fig. 29). BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 30 BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 31: Maintenance

    5 Maintenance BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 32: General Notes On Mainte- Nance

    BOMAG or the 5.1 General notes on mainte- customer service of the engine manufacturer. nance Frequent causes of faults When performing maintenance work ensure Operating errors strict compliance with the respective safety in- Incorrect, inadequate maintenance...
  • Page 33: Fuels And Lubricants

    The follow- ing oil change intervals apply also when using mul- ti-purpose oils. Change intervals The longest permissible time the lubrication oil should remain in an engine is 1/2 year or 100 op- erating hours. BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 34 0,3 l to oil level mark SAE 10W/30 (-20 ° C to +30 °C) SAE 30 (+10 °C to +30 °C) - Fuel Gasoline (unleaded) 3.0 l Padfoot Titan Speed SAE 75W-90 BT60/4: 0.75 l BT65/4: 1.0 l BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 35: Running-In Instructions

    Check maximum engine speed, adjust if nec- essary. Check engine and machine for leaks. Retighten the fastening screws on air filter ex- haust, fuel tank and other attachments. Retighten the bolted connections on the ma- chine. BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 36: Maintenance Table

    5.15 Change the fuel filter 5.16 Clean the fuel screen 5.17 Oil change in tamper foot 5.18 Clean, change the double dry air filter car- in case of a drop in the max. en- tridge gine speed BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 37: Cleaning The Machine

    Do not guide the water jet directly into the air Fig. 32 filter 1 (Fig. 31) and into the starter/air intake Check the condition of the bellows, inspect for (2). damage and tight fit. Check the hose clamps for tight fit (Fig. 32). BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 38: Check The Engine Oil Level

    For quality of oil refer to the table of fuels and lubricants. After approx. 1 minute. check the oil level again with the engine shut down. Fig. 33 Pull out the dipstick (Fig. 33) and wipe it clean with a lint-free, clean cloth. BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 39: Checking The Fuel Level

    For quality and quantity of oil refer to the "table of fuels and lubricants". Environment Catch running out fuel, do not let it seep into the ground. Fig. 35 Set the fuel valve (Fig. 35) to "STOP" position (closed). BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
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  • Page 41: Engine Oil Change

    The oil level must reach the bottom edge of the filler bore (Fig. 39), top up if necessary. Insert the oil dipstick. Fig. 37 Perform a test run, inspect the drain plug for Remove the oil dipstick (Fig. 37). leaks and check the oil level. BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 42: Spark Plugs

    Check the electrode gap with a feeler gauge, if necessary adjust the gap to 0.6...0.7 mm. Spark plugs: NGK: CR5HSB Denso: U16FSR-UB Caution Do not use spark plugs with incorrect heat val- BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 43 Clean the sight glass (Fig. 42). Check the oil level. The oil must be visible in the inspection glass, if necessary fill in oil accordingly. For quality and quantity of oil refer to the "table of fuels and lubricants". BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
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  • Page 45: Check, Adjust The Valve Clearance

    Align the alignment mark ∆ on the flywheel rib Do not apply force to remove the cylinder head with the top bore in the fan cover (Fig. 47). cover. Replace the cylinder head cover if it is dented. BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 46 1 (Fig. 49) and slacken locking screw (2). Turn the valve adjustment screw in or out in or- der to achieve the specified valve clearance. Retighten the locking screw with a tightening torque of 7.5 Nm (5.4 lbsft). BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 47: Change The Fuel Filter

    Install the new fuel filter and observe the flow direction (arrow). Dispose of the used fuel filter environmentally. Fasten clamps and hose clips. Fig. 51 Set the fuel valve (Fig. 51) to "STOP" position (closed). BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 48 Screw fuel screen and fuel valve back ijn, both with new seals (Fig. 55). Fig. 53 Disconnect fuel hose (1) (Fig. 53) from fuel cock (2). Open the fuel cock, drain off fuel. Unscrew fuel valve (2). BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 49 Check the seal on the drain plug, replace if necessary. Turn the drain plug in and tighten it. Fig. 57 Stand the tamper on its foot and secure it against tipping over. BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
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  • Page 51 Make sure that no dirt falls into the air intake channel. Visual inspection/cleaning Fig. 61 Danger Remove the protection grid on the left hand side of the engine (Fig. 61). Eye injury! Wear protective clothing (goggles, gloves). BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 52 (Fig. 63). Clean the air filter housing. Caution Make sure that no dirt falls into the air intake channel. Note Before installation check seals and dry air filter for damage, replace if necessary. BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 53: Troubleshooting

    6 Trouble shooting BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 54 On the following pages you will find a selection of fault remedies. It is quite obvious that we were not able to list all possible causes for faults. BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
  • Page 55: Engine Problems

    Replace the engine/have the fault cor- rected Carburettor defective Replace the carburettor Exhaust blocked clean Engine runs with high speed, Centrifugal clutch defective Change the centrifugal clutch but no vibration Mechanical defect Have repaired by the customer service of BOMAG. BT 60/4, BT 65/4...
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