(3) Install trolley rail (5), securing with eight
capscrews (7), lockwashers (3) and nuts (2). Be certain
to install all eight capscrews with heads on the bottom
side to clear the travel of the trolley on the trolley rail.
j. Install guard rails as shown on figure 2-9. The
1/2 inch nuts (2) and lockwashers (1) secure the rear rail
corners (3) to studs welded to tunnel at each side of the
front door frame. Tighten all hardware securely.
k. Install the rear discharge chute (Figure 2-10) by
hooking angle on end of chute over the support angle
welded to tunnel, just below the rear door frame. Lower
the support legs and adjust the leg extensions as
necessary to rest on ground.
l. Install the front and rear hand winches as
Install the front winch (Figure 2-11) to
channel on right side of storage tank.
Secure with three capscrews, lockwashers
Feed end of wire rope onto winch and
secure with clamp as shown in figure 2-11.
Feed free end of wire rope through pulley
#1, pulley #2, and pulley #3.
Loosen wire rope clip sufficiently to allow
two strands of wire rope to be inserted.
Feed free end of wire rope through clip
around the door lift ring and loop back to
pass through the clip a second time.
Tighten the clip securely onto the wire
Take up slack in wire rope by turning
winch handle in a clockwise direction.
Note that wire rope seats in groove of
pulleys #1, #2, and #3.
Install the rear hand winch in a similar
manner, noting that the winch mounts
upside down compared to the front winch,
and that pulley #1 is not used.
m. Assemble the trolley (1, Figure 2-12) onto the
trolley rail as follows:
Remove one of the adjusting collars
(Figure 2-13) by removing the cotter pin
and clevis pin and sliding the adjusting
collar off end of load bar.
Slide side #1 off the load bar, and position
the load bar and assembled side #2 onto
the flange of trolley beam. While holding
assembly onto the load bar (with "this side
up" label on top).
Secure by installing the adjusting collar
onto load bar and inserting clevis pin in the
lower load bar pin hole. Adjust the collar
as necessary to provide the clearance
between load wheels and flange of trolley
beam as shown in figure 2-13. Secure
clevis pin after final adjustment with cotter
New trolley and trolley beam parts
should normally be adjusted correctly
when one collar is set to align with
hole A " and the other collar aligned
identification letters are on the top
flange of the collar directly above
n. Ensure that hoist chain is not twisted and attach
hoist (2, Figure 2-12) to trolley by hooking with top hook
on hoist. Attach drum sling (3) to bottom hook.
o. Plug power cord from hoist into an approved
110/120 volt power source.
p. Connect the heat transfer piping to the heat
source at the 2-1/2 inch reducer coupling on the ends of
connector pipes (7, Figure 2-5). Insure that the flow of
heat transfer oil is as indicated on figure 3-1.
q. Connect the asphalt discharge hose to supplied
pumping unit for transfer of melted asphalt to working
distributor or bulk storage tank.