INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL

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1 EUROPEAN USERS 400V 50Hz SUPPLY DETAILS ARE INCLUDED WITH ELECTRICAL CON- TROL BOX. DISREGARD SUPPLY WIR- ING DETAILS IN THIS MANUAL 14,000 POUND CAPACITY COMMERCIAL GRADE FOUR-POST LIFTS IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE CONTENTS OF THIS MANUAL PRIOR TO INSTAL- LATION AND OPERATION. BY PROCEEDING WITH LIFT INSTALLATION AND OPERATION YOU AGREE THAT YOU FULLY UNDERSTAND AND COMPREHEND THE FULL CONTENTS OF THIS MANUAL. FORWARD THIS MANUAL TO ALL OPERATORS. FAILURE TO OPER- ATE THIS EQUIPMENT AS DIRECTED MAY CAUSE INJURY OR DEATH. INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL Manual REV E p/n MODELS: HDS-14 HDS-14X VER C VER C ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE RECEIVING The shipmen should be horoughly inspeced as soon as i is received. The signed Bill of Lading is acknowledgemen by he shipping carrier as receip of his produc as lised in your invoice as being in a good condiion of shipmen. If any of hese goods lised on his Bill of Lading are missing or damaged, do no accep goods unil he shipping carrier makes a noaion on he freigh bill of he missing or damaged goods. Do his for your own proecion. Keep his operaion manual near he machine a all imes. Make sure ha ALL USERS read his manual. BE SAFE Your new lif was designed and buil wih safey in mind. However, your overall safey can be increased wih proper raining and houghful operaion on he par of he operaor. DO NOT operae or repair his equipmen wihou reading his manual and he imporan safey insrucions shown inside. Keep his operaion manual near he lif a all imes. Make sure ha ALL USERS read and undersand his manual Lemonwood Dr. Sana Paula, CA , USA Toll Free Tel: Fax:

2 14,000 POUND CAPACITY, COMMERCIAL GRADE FOUR POST AUTO / TRUCK LIFT This insrucion manual has been prepared especially for you. Your new lif is he produc of over 40 years of coninuous research, esing and developmen; i is he mos echnically advanced lif on he marke oday. READ THIS ENTIRE MANUAL BEFORE INSTALLATION & OPERATION BEGINS. RECORD HERE THE LIFT AND POWER UNIT INFORMATION WHICH IS LOCATED ON THE SERIAL NUMBER DATA PLATES ON THE LIFT AND ON THE POWER UNIT Power Uni Model # Power Uni Dae Of Mfg. Power Uni Serial # Max Operaing Pressure 2,250 PSI This informaion is required when calling for pars or warrany issues. Model Number Lifing Capaciy Serial Number Dae of Manufacure Power Uni Number Vol. / Ph. / Freq. / Amp. Descripion Rolling Jack Max. Air Pressure Max. Cable Dia. Conn. Dia. Cable Lenghs DANGER! disconnec power Before servicing. MT20 A B sana paula, Ca Usa C D Warrany void if daa plae is removed. made in CHina PRODUCT WARRANTY Our comprehensive produc warrany means more han a commimen o you; i s also a commimen o he value of your new BendPak lif. For full warrany deails and o regiser your new lif conac your neares BendPak dealer or visi hp:/ / suppor/ warrany/ NOTE: Every effor has been aken o ensure complee and accurae insrucions have been included in his manual, however, possible produc updaes, revisions and or changes may have occurred since his prining. BendPak Ranger reserves he righ o change specificaions wihou incurring any obligaion for equipmen previously or subsequenly sold. No responsible for ypographical errors. 2

3 IMPORTANT NOTICE Do no aemp o insall his lif if you have never been rained on basic auomoive lif insallaion procedures. Never aemp o lif componens wihou proper lifing ools such as forklif or cranes. Say clear of any moving pars ha can fall and cause injury. These insrucions mus be followed o ensure proper insallaion and operaion of your lif. Failure o comply wih hese insrucions can resul in serious bodily harm and void produc warrany. Manufacurer will assume no liabiliy for loss or damage of any kind, expressed or implied resuling from improper insallaion or use of his produc. PLEASE READ ENTIRE MANUAL PRIOR TO INSTALLATION. DEFINITIONS OF HAZARD LEVELS Idenify he hazard levels used in his manual wih he following definiions and signal words: OWNER S RESPONSIBILITY To mainain he lif and user safey, he responsibiliy of he owner is o read and follow hese insrucions: Follow all insallaion and operaion insrucions. Make sure insallaion conforms o all applicable Local, Sae, and Federal Codes, Rules, and Regulaions; such as Sae and Federal OSHA Regulaions and Elecrical Codes. Carefully check he lif for correc iniial funcion. Read and follow he safey insrucions. Keep hem readily available for machine operaors. Make cerain all operaors are properly rained, know how o safely and correcly operae he uni, and are properly supervised. Allow uni operaion only wih all pars in place and operaing safely. Carefully inspec he uni on a regular basis and perform all mainenance as required. Service and mainain he uni only wih auhorized or approved replacemen pars. Keep all insrucions permanenly wih he uni and all decals on he uni clean and visible. BEFORE YOU BEGIN DANGER! Wach for his symbol: I Means: Immediae hazards which will resul in severe personal injury or deah. WARNING! Wach for his symbol: I Means: Hazards or unsafe pracices which could resul in severe personal injury or deah. CAUTION! Wach for his symbol: I Means: Hazards or unsafe pracices which may resul in minor personal injury, produc or propery damage. Receiving: The shipmen should be horoughly inspeced as soon as i is received. The signed bill of lading is acknowledgemen by he carrier of receip in good condiion of shipmen covered by your invoice. If any of he goods called for on his bill of lading are shored or damaged, do no accep hem unil he carrier makes a noaion on he freigh bill of he shored or damaged goods. Do his for your own proecion. NOTIFY THE CARRIER AT ONCE if any hidden loss or damage is discovered afer receip and reques he carrier o make an inspecion. If he carrier will no do so, prepare a signed saemen o he effec ha you have noified he carrier (on a specific dae) and ha he carrier has failed o comply wih your reques. IT IS DIFFICULT TO COLLECT FOR LOSS OR DAMAGE AFTER YOU HAVE GIVEN THE CARRIER A CLEAR RECEIPT. File your claim wih he carrier promply. Suppor your claim wih copies of he bill of lading, freigh bill, invoice, and phoographs, if available. Our willingness o assis in helping you process your claim does no make BendPak responsible for collecion of claims or replacemen of los or damaged maerials. 3

4 Conens TABLE OF CONTENTS Page No. Warrany / Serial Number Informaion Definiions of Hazard Levels Owner s Responsibiliy Before You Begin Insaller Operaor/ Proecive Equipmen Inroducion Safey / Warning Insrucions Tools Required Sep 1 / Selecing Sie Sep 2 / Floor Requiremens Concree Specificaions Assembly View / Descripion of Pars Floor Plan / Specificaions Clearances Power Uni Locaion Sep 3 / Column and Cross Tube Insallaion Sep 4 / Raising he Cross Tubes Sep 5 / Powerside Runway Insallaion Sep 6 / Offside Runway Insallaion Sep 7 / Cable Sheave Insallaion Sep 8 / Cable Insallaion Sep 9 / Power Uni Insallaion Sep 10 / Rouing Hydraulic Hoses Sep 11 / Rouing Air Lines Sep 12 / Power Uni Hook Up Sep 13 / Inspecing Slack Safey Springs Sep 14 / Lif Sar Up / Final Adjusmens Sep 15 / Anchoring The Columns Sep 16 / Aaching Approach Ramps / Tire sops Sep 17 / Leveling Sysem Sep 18 / Bleeding Opional Equipmen Insallaion Sep 19 / Operaion Insrucions Sep 20 / Lif Operaion Safey Mainenance & 44 Troubleshooing Guide Mainenance Records Insallaion Form Par Number Liss Cerificae of Compliance

5 INSTALLER / OPERATOR PLEASE READ AND FULLY UNDERSTAND. BY PROCEEDING YOU AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING. I have visually inspeced he sie where he lif is o be insalled and verified he concree o be in good condiion and free of cracks or oher defecs. I undersand ha insalling a lif on cracked or defecive concree could cause lif failure resuling in personal injury or deah. I undersand ha a level floor is required for proper insallaion and level lifing. I undersand ha I am responsible if my floor is of quesionable slope and ha I will be responsible for all charges relaed o pouring a new level concree slab if required and any charges. I undersand ha Bendpak lifs are supplied wih concree faseners meeing he crieria of he American Naional Sandard Auomoive Lifs - Safey Requiremens for Consrucion, Tesing, and Validaion ANSI/ALI ALCTV-2011, and ha I will be responsible for all charges relaed o any special regional srucural and/ or seismic anchoring requiremens specified by any oher agencies and/or codes such as he Uniform Building Code (UBC) and/or Inernaional Building Code (IBC). I will assume full responsibiliy for he concree floor and condiion hereof, now or laer, where he above equipmen model(s) are o be insalled. Failure o follow danger, warning, and cauion insrucions may lead o serious personal injury or deah o operaor or bysander or damage o propery. I undersand ha BendPak lifs are designed o be insalled in indoor locaions only. Failure o follow insallaion insrucions may lead o serious personal injury or deah o operaor or bysander or damage o propery or lif. Failure o follow danger, warning, and cauion insrucions may lead o serious personal injury or deah o operaor or bysander or damage o propery. Please read enire manual prior o insallaion. Do no operae his machine unil you read and undersand all he dangers, warnings and cauions in his manual. For addiional copies or furher informaion, conac: BendPak Inc. / Ranger Producs 1645 Lemonwood Dr. Sana Paula, CA INSTALLER / OPERATOR PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Personal proecive equipmen helps makes insallaion and operaion safer, however, i does no ake he place of safe operaing pracices. Always wear durable work clohing during any insallaion and/or service aciviy. Shop aprons or shop coas may also be worn, however loose fiing clohing should be avoided. Tigh fiing leaher gloves are recommended o proec echnician hands when handling pars. Surdy leaher work shoes wih seel oes and oil resisan soles should be used by all service personnel o help preven injury during ypical insallaion and operaion aciviies. Eye proecion is essenial during insallaion and operaion aciviies. Safey glasses wih side shields, goggles, or face shields are accepable. Everyday eyeglasses only have impac resisan lenses, hey are no safey glasses. Back bels provide suppor during lifing aciviies and are also helpful in providing worker proecion. Consideraion should also be given o he use of hearing proecion if service aciviy is performed in an enclosed area, or if noise levels are high. THIS SYMBOL POINTS OUT IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS WHICH IF NOT FOLLOWED COULD ENDANGER THE PERSONAL SAFETY AND/OR PROPERTY OR YOURSELF AND OTHERS AND CAN CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE THIS MACHINE. 5

6 INTRODUCTION 1. Carefully remove he craing and packing maerials. CAUTION! Be careful when cuing seel banding maerial as iems may become loose and fall causing personal harm or injury. 2. Check he volage, phase and proper amperage requiremens for he moor shown on he moor plae. Wiring should be performed by a cerified elecrician only. IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS! Read hese safey insrucions enirely! IMPORTANT NOTICE! Do no aemp o insall his lif if you have never been rained on basic auomoive lif insallaion procedures. Never aemp o lif componens wihou proper lifing ools such as forklif or cranes. Say clear of any moving pars ha can fall and cause injury. 1. READ AND UNDERSTAND all safey warning procedures before operaing lif. 2. KEEP HANDS AND FEET CLEAR. Remove hands and fee from any moving pars. Keep fee clear of lif when lowering. Avoid pinch poins. 3. KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN. Cluered work areas invie injuries. 4. Consider work area environmen. Do no expose equipmen o rain. DO NOT use in damp or we locaions. Keep area well lighed. 5. ONLY TRAINED OPERATORS should operae his lif. All non-rained personnel should be kep away from work area. Never le non-rained personnel come in conac wih, or operae lif. 6. USE LIFT CORRECTLY. Use lif in he proper manner. Never use lifing adapers oher han wha is approved by he manufacurer. 7. DO NOT override self-closing lif conrols. 8. REMAIN CLEAR of lif when raising or lowering vehicle. 10. CLEAR AREA if vehicle is in danger of falling. 10. ALWAYS ENSURE ha he safeies are engaged before any aemp is made o work on or near vehicle. 11. DRESS PROPERLY. Non-skid seel-oe foowear is recommended when operaing lif. 12. GUARD AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK. This lif mus be grounded while in use o proec he operaor from elecric shock. Never connec he green power cord wire o a live erminal. This is for ground only. 13. DANGER! The power uni used on his lif conains high volage. Disconnec power a he recepacle before performing any elecrical repairs. Secure plug so ha i canno be accidenally plugged in during service. 14. WARNING! RISK OF EXPLOSION. This equipmen has inernal arcing or sparking pars which should no be exposed o flammable vapors. This machine should no be locaed in a recessed area or below floor level. 15. MAINTAIN WITH CARE. Keep lif clean for beer and safer performance. Follow manual for proper lubricaion and mainenance insrucions. Keep conrol handles and/or buons dry, clean and free from grease and oil. 16. STAY ALERT. Wach wha you are doing. Use common sense. Be aware. 18. CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS. Check for alignmen of moving pars, breakage of pars or any condiion ha may affec is operaion. Do no use lif if any componen is broken or damaged. 18. NEVER remove safey relaed componens from he lif. Do no use lif if safey relaed componens are damaged or missing Keep hair, loose clohing, fingers, and all pars of body away from moving pars 20. Use only as described in his manual. Use only manufacurer s recommended aachmens 21. ALWAYS WEAR SAFETY GLASSES. Everyday eyeglasses only have impac resisan lenses, hey are no safey glasses 22. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. 6

7 TOOLS REQUIRED Roary Hammer Drill or Similar Large Crescen Wrench 3/4 Masonry Bi Large Pipe Wrench Hammer Crow Bar 4 Foo Level Chalk Line Open-End Wrench Se: SAE/Meric Medium Fla Screwdriver Socke And Rache Se: SAE/Meric Tape Measure: 25 Foo Minimum Hex-Key / Allen Wrench Se Needle Nose Pliers NOTE: An air supply (30 PSI Min / 3 CFM Min.) will be required for he safey-lock mechanisms. See Sep 11. IMPORTANT NOTICE! These insrucions mus be followed o ensure proper insallaion and operaion of your lif. Failure o comply wih hese insrucions can resul in serious bodily harm and void produc warrany. Manufacurer will assume no liabiliy for loss or damage of any kind, expressed or implied resuling from improper insallaion or use of his produc. PLEASE READ ENTIRE MANUAL PRIOR TO INSTALLATION! STEP 1 (Selecing Sie) Before insalling your new lif, check he following. 1. LIFT LOCATION: Always use archiecs plans when available. Check layou dimension agains floor plan requiremens making sure ha adequae space is available. 2. OVERHEAD OBSTRUCTIONS: The area where he lif will be locaed should be free of overhead obsrucions such as heaers, building suppors, elecrical lines ec. 3. DEFECTIVE FLOOR: Visually inspec he sie where he lif is o be insalled and check for cracked or defecive concree. DO NOT insall or use his lif on any asphal surface or any surface oher han concree. DO NOT insall or use his lif on expansion seams or on cracked or defecive concree. DO NOT insall or use his lif on a second / elevaed floor wihou firs consuling a building archiec. CONCRETE SPECIFICATIONS 4. Lif is designed for INDOOR INSTALLATION ONLY. Oudoor use permied only if covered and dry. Always follow warnings illusraed on equipmen labels. STEP 2 (Floor Requiremens) LIFT MODEL HDS-14 HDS-14X CONCRETE REQUIREMENTS 4 Min. Thickness / 3,000 PSI 4 Min. Thickness / 3,000 PSI This lif mus be insalled on a solid level concree floor wih no more han 3 s of slope. Failure o do so could cause personal injury or deah. A level floor is suggesed for proper use and insallaion and level lifing. If a floor is of quesionable slope, consider a survey of he sie and/or he possibiliy of pouring a new level concree slab. DANGER! All models MUST be insalled on 3000 PSI concree only conforming o he minimum requiremens shown above. New concree mus be adequaely cured by a leas 28 days minimum. IMPORTANT NOTE: BendPak lifs are supplied wih insallaion insrucions and concree faseners meeing he crieria as prescribed by he American Naional Sandard "Auomoive Lifs - Safey Requiremens for Consrucion, Tesing, and Validaion" ANSI/ALI ALCTV Lif buyers are responsible for any special regional srucural and/or seismic anchoring requiremens specified by any oher agencies and/or codes such as he Uniform Building Code (UBC) and/or Inernaional Building Code (IBC). 7

8 Assembly View 8

9 FLOOR PLAN *IMPORTANT NOTE* Check Diagonal Measuremens To Ensure Square Layou Diagonal Measuremens Mus Be Equal. MODEL HDS-14 HDS-14X Lifing Capaciy 14,000 /6350 Kg. 14,000 Lbs. / 6350 Kg. Max Capaciy Fron Axle 7,000 lbs. / 3175 Kg. 7,000 lbs. / 3175 Kg. Max Capaciy Rear Axle 7,000 lbs. / 3175 Kg. 7,000 lbs. / 3175 Kg. A - Overall Widh 130 / 3300 mm 130 / 3300 mm B- Ouside Lengh 213 / 5408 mm 243 / 6170 mm C- Overall Lengh 241 / 6131 mm 271 / 6894 mm D- Heigh of Columns 92 / 2338 mm 92 / 2338 mm E- Min Runway Heigh 7-3/4" / 196 mm 7-3/4" / 196 mm F- Max. Rise 70 / 1778 mm 70 / 1778 mm G- Max Lifing Heigh 77.5 / 1970 mm 77.5 / 1970 mm H- Widh Beween Columns 120 / 3046 mm 120 / 3046mm I- Runway Widh 20 / 508 mm 20 / 508 mm J - Widh Beween Runways(*) mm mm mm mm K- Lengh of Runways 199 / 5054 mm mm Min. Raed Capaciy 140 / 3556 mm 170 / 4318 mm Min. 75%Raed Capaciy 120 / 3048 mm 145 / 3683 mm Min. 50%Raed Capaciy 100 / 2540 mm 120 / 3048 mm Min. 25%Raed Capaciy 80 / 2032 mm 95 / 2413 mm Locking Posiions Lock Spacing Every 4 / 102 mm Every 4 / 102 mm Lifing Time 60 Seconds 60 Seconds Sandard Moor(**) 220 VAC / 60Hz 1 Ph. 220 VAC / 60Hz 1 Ph. Emission sound pressure a Operaor Posiion < 70 db(a) * This dimension may be limied wih he addiion of rolling jacks. See Rolling Jack Specificaions on Separae page. ** For CE complian counries see erraa shee included wih conrol panel. The design, maerial and specificaions are subjec o change wihou noice. 9

10 CLEARANCES HDS LIGHT DUTY 54in 1372mm MINIMUM TO NEAREST BAY OR OBSTRUCTION 24in 610mm MINIMUM TO NEAREST WALL APPROACH 1. Lif Locaion: Use archiecs plan and Engineers auomaic level (ransi) when available o locae lif. The above shows clearances of a ypical bay layou. Lif floor area should be level. 2. Ceiling or overhead clearance mus be 80 plus heigh of alles vehicle. 3. Esimaing Column Shim requiremens: In he following secion, he erms highes and lowes refer o elevaion of floor. A. Mark locaions where lif columns will be posiioned in bay. B. Place arge on floor a column posiions (NOT on column base plaes) and record readings. C. Find he highes of he four locaions. Find he difference beween he readings a each of he remaining hree columns and he highes reading. D. The difference is he esimaed amoun of shim hickness needed a each column. Noe: Maximum shim hickness is 1/2 per column using shims and anchors provided wih lif. If no ransi is available, floor slope can be deermined by using a chalk line and level. 10

11 POWER UNIT LOCATION IMPORTANT NOTE! The Power Uni can be locaed a eiher X locaion shown below. I is imporan o locae he POWERSIDE runway (wih cylinder) on he SAME SIDE as he Power Uni locaion. Each Runway MUST be insalled wih he Uiliy Rails o he inside. For he remainder of his insrucion we will illusrae he Power Uni mouned a he DRIVER-SIDE (LEFT) FRONT column - TOP ILLUSTRATION. For Power Uni a righ rear, roae lif 180 leaving approach Ramps and Fron Tire Sops in original posiion. 11

12 STEP 3 (Column & Cross Tube Insallaion) 1. Place a chalk line on he floor according o he floor plan layou. Pay aenion o he Power Uni locaion. Locae and sand he Columns a heir respecive locaions. DO NOT BOLT Columns down a his ime. Use cauion o preven he Columns from falling over. (See Fig. 3.1) Fig 3.3 Fig To esimae he shim requiremens, place a arge on floor a each Column posiion and record he readings. Find he highes of he four locaions hen find he difference beween each of he remaining Columns. This difference is he esimaed amoun of shim hickness ha will be required a each Column. (See Fig. 3.2) 4. Wih he Columns sanding and he Cross Tubes in posiion, insall he Safey Ladders. Pass he Ladders hrough he Column openings and drop down hrough he Slide Block guide slos on he cross ube unil he Ladders come o res on he Base Plaes. DO NOT BOLT Columns down a his ime. (See Fig ) Fig 3.2 Noe: The maximum shim hickness recommended by he facory is no more han 1/2 per Column using shims and anchors provided wih he lif. A maximum shim hickness of 2 is possible by ordering opional Shim Plaes. Conac your auhorized BendPak Disribuor for ordering informaion. Fig 3.4 Fig Using a forklif or crane, raise he Cross Tubes (making sure he Plasic Slide Blocks are sill in posiion) and drop down ino he op of he Columns. NOTE: The sheave windows should be posiioned inward and adjacen he Power uni Column. (See Fig. 3.3) 12

13 5. The Columns and Cross Tubes will now be in posiion and spaced properly for he runways. 6. Thread he jam nu all he way o he Ladder. Insall he column TOP CAPS using he M16 x 2 Hex Bols, nus & washers. Turn he Top Nu on each Safey Ladder unil he jam nu is ouching he Ladder and he TOP CAP. NOTE: The Ladder mus never res on he base of he column or damage o he lif will occur. Be sure o posiion he cable hole INWARD. (See Fig ) 2. Manually raise he Cross Tubes unil he Primary Safey Locks engage and res on he hird or fourh lock posiion or approximaely 24 off he ground. I is imporan ha he SLACK SAFETY LOCK IS CLEARED. The Slack Safey Lock mus never res on he Safey Ladder. (See Fig ) Fig 4.1 Fig 3.6 Fig 3.7 STEP 4 (Raising The Cross Tubes) Turn he Top Nu on each Safey Ladder unil he jam nu is ouching he Ladder and he TOP CAP The Ladder mus never res on he base of he column or damage o he lif will occur 1. Before proceeding i will be necessary o firs raise he Cross Tubes off he ground o faciliae Cable rouing and final assembly. Fig 4.2 Fig Manually raise he Cross Tubes unil he Primary Safey Locks engage and res on he hird or fourh lock posiion or approximaely 24 off he ground. (See Fig. 4.4) DANGER! Be careful no o disurb he Columns and Cross Tubes as hey may ip over causing personal injury or harm. IMPORTANT NOTE! I is imporan ha he SLACK SAFETY LOCK IS CLEARED. The slack safey lock mus never res on he safey ladder. 13 Fig 4.4

14 STEP 5 (Powerside Runway Insallaion) 1. Locae he Powerside Runway easily idenified by he Cylinder and sheave roller mouning srucures welded on he underside. The Powerside Runway will be posiioned on he side of he lif where he power uni is insalled. (See Fig. 5.1) Fig Posiion he Powerside Runway on op of he Cross Tubes wih he Uiliy Rail owards he cener. The fiing holes locaed a he side of he Powerside Runway should be adjacen o he Power Uni Column. Align he holes in he runway wih he holes on he Cross Tubes and bol ogeher using four M12 x 1.75 x 90 hex bols and washers. (See Fig. 5.5) Fig Insall he Cylinder and Cable Block as shown. Ensure he snap ring is insalled on he cylinder rod. (See Fig ) Fig 5.2 STEP 6 (Offside Runway Insallaion) 1. Posiion he Offside Runway on op of he Cross Tubes wih he Uiliy Rail locaed inside. (See Fig. 6.1) Fig Remove any pre-insalled Cable Sheaves and Spacers from he Powerside Runway making sure o pay aenion o he order in which hey are removed. Remove he Sheave Pin Reaining Screws, hen Remove Pin and Sheaves. (This will help a he ime of re-insallaion.) (See Page 15) Fig 6.1 Fig DANGER! DO NOT PROCEED wih Cable insallaion or go near he lif work area unless visual confirmaion is made of ALL Safey Locks. ALL locks MUST be engaged before proceeding. Failure o comply wih hese insrucions may resul in severe personal injury or deah. (See page 13)

15 STEP 7 (Sheave Insallaion) DANGER! DO NOT PROCEED unless visual confirmaion is made of ALL Safey Locks. ALL Locks MUST be engaged before proceeding. Failure o comply wih hese insrucions may resul in severe personal injury or deah. (See page 13) 1. Inspec Cables o ensure proper lenghs. All Cables should have ID ags showing proper Cable lenghs. Fig. 7.3 Fig Review he Cable Rouing Diagram below before beginning cable insallaion. (See Fig. 8.1) 3. In order o insall he Cables i is necessary o firs exend he Hydraulic Cylinder. Remove boh Cylinder por plugs hen use an air gun or come-along o exend he Cylinder. IMPORTANT! Be careful no o damage he chrome rod during his sep. (See Fig. 7.1) Fig. 7.5 Fig You mus reinsall he SHEAVES, AND PINS in he same order as hey are removed.. (See Fig ) HELPFUL TIP Removing and replacing he Sheave Shaf o adjus he Sheaves during he insallaion of he Cables will allow for greaer clearance when rouing Cable ends. Fig 7.2 CAUTION! Use Cauion as he Sheaves can fall and break if dropped. And be sure o insall he locking Screw when adjusmens and insallaion is complee. 15

16 STEP 8 (Cable Insallaion) WARNING! WHEN THE CABLE ADJUSTING NUTS BOTTOM OUT ON THE THREADED END OF THE CABLE CONNECTOR AND THERE IS STILL SLACK IN THE CABLES, THE CABLES HAVE STRETCHED BEYOND THE SAFE USEFUL LENGTH AND NEED TO BE REPLACED WITH FACTORY APPROVED CABLE ASSEMBLIES. DO NOT PLACE WASHERS, SPACERS OR OTHER DEVICES TO SHORTEN THE EFFECTIVE CABLE LENGTH AS DAMAGE TO THE LIFT OR INJURY TO PERSONS MAY OCCUR. A Cable Rouing Diagram B Fig 8.1 D C Model Par # Descripion A HDS HDS/HDSO-14/ 14LSX/14LSXE 12 x 4,100mm, Cable "A" B HDS HDS/HDSO-14/ 14LSX/14LSXE 12 x 5,732mm, Cable "B" C HDS HDS-14/14LSX 12 x 9,339mm, Cable "C" D HDS HDS-14/14LSX 12 x 10,964mm, Cable "D" A HDS-14X HDS/HDSO-14/ 14LSX/14LSXE 12 x 4,100mm, Cable A B HDS-14X HDS/HDSO-14/ 14LSX/14LSXE 12 x 5,732mm, Cable B C HDS-14X HDS-14 / 14LSXE 12 x 10,101mm, Cable "C" D HDS-14X HDS-14 / 14LSXE 12 x 11,726mm, Cable "D" 16

17 DANGER! Failure o roue lifing cables as described may lead o serious personal injury and/or deah o operaor or bysander and/or may cause damage o propery. 1. The Cylinder Flange Plae MUST be insalled wih he Guide Assembly facing down and he Cylinder Reainer Plae on he ouside of he guide. Lug ends of Cables sar a Cylinder. (See Fig. 8.3) HELPFUL TIP Pay careful aenion o he labels on he cabels. Insall Sheaves and Cables in he order shown below. Fig 8.2 Fig 8.3 A 2. Loosely roue he Cables around he Sheaves, (refer o he diagram on page 16), and hen insall he Sheave Pin and screw in he Sheave Pin Reaining Screw. (I may be necessary o loosen he Sheave Pin and move or adjus he pulleys during Cable insallaion.) (See Fig. 8.4) B Fig Roue he hreaded Cable ends hrough he ends of each Cross Tube, over he Slack Safey Sheave hen o he op of each Column. Secure using he M22 hex nus and fla washers. Tighen each nu unil here is a leas one inch of hreads proruding hrough he op of he nu. The Cables will remain loose unil sar up and final Cable adjusmens are made. (See Fig. 8.5) D Fig 8.5 C 17

18 3. Secure using he M22 Hex Nus and Fla Washers. Tighen each nu unil here is a leas one inch of hread proruding hrough he op of he Nu. The Cables will remain loose unil sar up and final Cable adjusmens are made. (See Fig.8.6) STEP 9 (Power Uni Insallaion) 1. Moun he Power Uni, he Flex Tube Mouning Bracke, he Vibraion Dampener and he Air Valve Mouning Bracke o he Power Uni Mouning Bracke using he M8 hex bols and nyloc nus. (See Fig 9.1) Fig Afer rouing he Cables double-check o make sure all are properly posiioned and remain wihin he grooves of ALL Sheaves. (See Fig ) Fig 8.7 Fig Fill he reservoir wih 12 quars of 10-WT hydraulic oil or Dexron auomaic ransmission fluid. DANGER! ALL WIRING MUST BE PERFORMED BY A LICENSED ELECTRICIAN. Fig 8.8 CAUTION! Remember o ighen he Sheave Shaf Lock Screw. 18 DANGER! DO NOT PERFORM ANY MAINTENANCE OR INSTALLATION OF ANY COMPONENTS WITH OUT FIRST ENSURING THAT ELECTRICAL POWER HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED AT THE SOURCE OR PANEL AND CANNOT BE RE-ENERGIZED UNTIL ALL MAINTENANCE AND/OR INSTALLATION PROCEDURES ARE COMPLETED.

19 The sandard Power Uni for your lif is 220 vol, 60HZ, single phase. All wiring mus be performed by a cerified elecrician only. SEE WIRING INSTRUCTIONS AFFIXED TO MOTOR FOR PROPER WIRING INSTRUCTIONS. WARNING! DO NOT run Power Uni wih no oil. Damage o pump can occur. The Power Uni mus be kep dry. Damage o Power Uni caused by waer or oher liquids such as deergens, acid ec., is no covered under warrany. Operae lif only beween emperaures of F. Improper elecrical hook-up can damage moor and will no be covered under warrany. Moor can no run on 50HZ wihou a physical change in moor. Use a separae breaker for each Power Uni. Proec each circui wih ime delay fuse or circui breaker. For vol, single phase, use a 25 amp fuse. For vol, hree phase, use a 20 amp fuse. For vol, hree phase, use a 15 amp fuse. STEP 10 ( Rouing Hydraulic Hoses ) 1. Insall he 90-degree Hydraulic Fiing o he POWER PORT and he 90 Air Line Compression Fiing o he RETURN PORT of he Power Uni and connec he Hoses as described below. I will be necessary o remove he shipping plugs from boh pors prior o insalling he Fiings. (See Fig ) Insall Fiings Fig Remove Shipping Plugs 90 Air Line Compression Fiing 90 O-Ring Fiing NOTE: Reurn Por may be on he same side as he Power Por on some models. Reurn Por Power Por Fig Remove Shipping Plugs Reurn Por Fig Power Por NOTE: Check he Power Uni o deermine proper connecion pors for Power and Reurn lines. I will be necessary o remove shipping plugs from boh pors prior o insalling Fiings. 19

20 Fig Air Line Compression Fiing 90 Air Line Compression Fiing 90 O-Ring Fiing Fig Remove he capive nu on he Compression Fiing. Inser he Plasic Air line hrough he alignmen sleeve and ino he end of he fiing unil i booms ou. Then ighen he nu on he fiing. (See Fig 10.3) 5. Roue boh he Power Uni Hydraulic Hose and TWO (2) lenghs of Air Line hrough he Flex Hose. (See Fig. 10.6) Air Line Hose Fig 10.6 Flex Hose Power Hose 90 Hose End Fig Insall he 90-degree Hydraulic Fiing in he por a he ram end of he Cylinder. On he pipe hread side of he Fiing i is recommended o use Teflon Tape or pipe sealer. DO NOT USE TEFLON TAPE on he JIC flared end. (See Fig ) 6. Insall he end of Flex Hose wih he Sraigh Fiing on he Hydraulic Hose ino he hole in he Powerside Runway adjacen o he Power Uni. Insall he end of he Flex Hose wih he 90 Fiing on he Hydraulic Hose in he Flex Hose Bracke Assy. Tighen he plasic nus securely. (See Fig 10.7) Fig Hydraulic Fiing Fig Insall he 90-degree Air Line Compression Fiing in he por a he base, pinned end of he Cylinder. On he pipe hread side of he Fiing, i is recommended o use Teflon Tape or pipe sealer. (See Fig. 10.5) 20

21 7. Connec he hydraulic hose and air line as shown below making sure he hydraulic hose passes hrough he reaining rings. MAKE SURE HOSES ARE KEPT CLEAR OF CABLES. There will be one air line hose lef unconneced in his sep. This air line will be used o acivae he pneumaic safey locks in he nex sep. See page 19 for Compression Fiing insrucions. (See Fig. 10.8) STEP 11 ( Rouing Air Lines) 1. Moun he Push Buon Air Valve Assembly on o he power uni mouning bracke. The Push Buon Air Valve should be posiioned away from he Power Side Ramp on he ou side of he lif for operaor safey. (See Fig 11.1) Sraigh Hose End Fig Reaining Ring Fig Air Supply In Push Buon Air Valve Assembly Reaining Ring 8. Connec he sraigh end of he Power Uni Hydraulic Line o he 90 Power Uni Fiing. Connec he Reurn Air Line o he 90 Air Fiing. There will be one air line hose lef unconneced a his ime. This air line hose will be used o acivae he pneumaic safey locks on he nex page. (See Fig. 10.9) 2. Roue he air line ha was lef unconneced in Sep 10 o he 90 Air Line Compression Fiing of he Push Buon Air Valve Assembly. (See Fig 11.2) Fig Fig 10.9 To Flex Hose 3. Once he air line has been conneced wih he Push Buon Air Valve, cu he air lines o lengh by following he Safey Air Line Rouing diagram locaed on Page 22 and connec female branch ee fiings where needed. NOTE: MAKE SURE THE PUSH BUTTON AIR VALVE PORT MARKED INLET IS FACING TOWARDS THE SOURCE OF COMPRESSED AIR. NOTE: A FILTER/REGULATOR/LUBRICATOR MUST BE INSTALLED ON AIR SUPPLY AT LIFT. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL VOID THE WARRANTY. 21

22 SAFETY AIR LINE ROUTING NOTE: CUT THE PROVIDED 1/4 AIR LINE TUBING WITH A SHARP BLADE TO LENGTHS AS REQUIRED. TUBING MUST BE CUT SQUARE WITH ALL PLASTIC BURRS REMOVED. AIR TUBING ASSEMBLY: SEE PAGE 19 FOR ASSEMBLY OF AIR LINE TUBING INTO FITTING. CAUTION: REMOVING THE AIR TUBING FROM THE COMPRESSION FITTINGS WILL CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE TUBING ITSELF. USE OF A DAMAGED AIR LINE MAY RESULT IN SAFETY LOCK FAILURE. 22

23 DANGER! DO NOT PERFORM ANY MAINTENANCE OR INSTALLATION OF ANY COMPONENTS WITH OUT FIRST ENSURING THAT ELECTRICAL POWER HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED AT THE SOURCE OR PANEL AND CANNOT BE RE-ENERGIZED UNTIL ALL MAINTENANCE AND/OR INSTALLATION PROCEDURES ARE COMPLETED. IMPORTANT POWER-UNIT INSTALLATION NOTES DO NOT run power uni wih no oil. Damage o pump can occur. The power uni mus be kep dry. Damage o power uni caused by waer or oher liquids such as deergens, acid ec., is no covered under warrany. Improper elecrical hook-up can damage moor and will no be covered under warrany. Moor can no run on 50HZ wihou a physical change in moor. Use a separae breaker for each power uni. Proec each circui wih ime delay fuse or circui breaker. For vol, single phase, use a 25 amp fuse. For vol, hree phase, use a 20 amp fuse. For vol, hree phase, use a 15 amp fuse. Insallaion and adjusmen. DO NOT aemp o raise vehicle unil a horough operaion check has been compleed. All wiring mus be performed by a cerified elecrician only. Idenify which Power Uni he lif was shipped wih by looking on he daa ag affixed o he Power Uni moor head. if he model number begins wih he leer S hen use he S wiring diagrams. If he model number begins wih he leer E or F hen use he E or F wiring diagrams. SEE WIRING INSTRUCTIONS AFFIXED TO MOTOR FOR PROPER WIRING INSTRUCTIONS. 23

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25 STEP 12 (Power Uni Hook Up) STEP 13 (Inspecing The Slack Safey Springs) 1. Have a cerified elecrician run he power supply o moor. Refer o he daa plae found on he moor for proper power supply and wire size. RISK OF EXPLOSION! This equipmen has inernal arcing or pars ha may spark and should no be exposed o flammable vapors. Moor should no be locaed in a recessed area or below floor level. NEVER expose moor o rain or oher damp environmens. DAMAGE TO MOTOR CAUSED BY WATER IS NOT COVERED UNDER WARRANTY. IMPORTANT NOTE: CAUTION Never operae he moor on line volage less han 208V. Moor damage may occur which is no covered under warrany. Have a cerified elecrician run appropriae power supply o moor. Size wire for 25amp circui. See Moor Operaing Daa Table. IMPORTANT: Use separae circui for each Power Uni Proec each circui wih ime delay fuse or circui breaker. For single phase V, use 25 amp fuse. Three phase V, use 25 amp fuse. For hree phase 400V and above, use 15 amp fuse. All wiring mus comply wih NEC and all local elecrical codes. The following seps involve he SLACK CABLE SAFETY DEVICE and MAIN SAFETY. Failure o follow hese seps could resul in serious injury or deah in he unlikely even of cable failure. 1. Inspec he ends of ALL SAFETY LOCK SPRINGS as shown. Make sure he spring ends are secure a boh ends. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO RAISE THE LIFT UNTIL THE SLACK SAFETY SPRINGS ARE ATTACHED AND THE ROLLERS ARE PULLED CLEAR FROM THE LADDER. (See Fig. 13.1) Fig 13.1 Make sure he ends of all hree (3) springs are securely aached o he Safey Locks and Cross Tube anchor poins. Fig Repea his sep for each corner of he lif. STEP 14 ( Lif Sar Up / Final Adjusmens ) 1. Make sure he power uni reservoir is full wih 12 quars of 10-WT hydraulic oil or Dexron auomaic ransmission fluid. 2. Spray he inside of he Columns where he Slide Blocks glide wih a ligh lubrican or WD Tes he Power Uni by pressing he push-buon swich. If he moor sounds like i is operaing properly, raise he lif and check all hose connecions for leaks. If he moor ges ho or sounds peculiar, sop and check all elecrical connecions. 4. Before proceeding, double-check o make sure all Cables are properly posiioned wihin he grooves of ALL sheaves. Make sure all Cable Sheave Reaining Pins and/or clips are secure. 25

26 5. Check o make sure ha all Slack Safey Locks are cleared and free. (See Fig. 14.1) KEEP HANDS AND FEET CLEAR. Remove hands and fee from any moving pars. Keep fee clear of lif when lowering. Avoid pinch poins. 9. Check all MAIN SAFETY LOCKS o make sure hey move freely and spring back o he lock posiion when released. Lubricae all SAFETY PIVOT poins wih WD-40 or equal. Fig Coninue pressing he raise buon unil he Cables become augh and he lif sars o move. 7. Raise lif unil he cylinder booms ou and he lif sops. Adjus each cable so ha each safey lock ress a one inch above he op safey lock posiion. I may be necessary o ighen or loosen each Cable o reach he proper heigh. The Cable Nus MUST be ighened unil here is a leas one inch of hreads proruding hrough he nu. (See Fig. 14.2) Fig Run he lif up and down a few imes o ensure ha he locks are engaging uniformly and ha he safey release mechanisms are funcioning. Re-adjus if necessary. STEP 15 (Anchoring The Columns) IMPORTANT NOTE: BendPak lifs are supplied wih insallaion insrucions and concree faseners meeing he crieria as prescribed by he American Naional Sandard "Auomoive Lifs - Safey Requiremens for Consrucion, Tesing, and Validaion" ANSI/ALI ALCTV Lif buyers are responsible for any special regional srucural and/or seismic anchoring requiremens specified by any oher agencies and/or codes such as he Uniform Building Code (UBC) and/or Inernaional Building Code (IBC). 1. Before proceeding, double check he measuremens and make cerain ha he bases of each Column are square and aligned wih he chalk line. Raise he lif up and down and make sure i operaes properly a he locaions prescribed by he markings on he floor. (See Fig. 15.1) All Cable Nus MUST be ighened on each end unil here is a leas one inch of hreads proruding hrough he nu. Failure o do so could resul in serious injury or deah. NOTE: There will be iniial sreching of he cables in he beginning and/or wih increased loads. Adjus he Cables as oulined above a week afer firs use, hen every hree o six monhs hereafer depending on usage and/or o compensae for srech. 8. Afer connecing he air supply, press he PUSH BUTTON AIR VALVE and check ha all safey locks are funcioning properly. Lower he lif by pressing he push buon air valve and power uni lowering valve simulaneously. 26 Fig Using he base plae on each Column as a guide, drill each anchor hole approximaely 4-1/2 deep using a roary hammer drill and 3/4 concree bi. (See Fig. 15.2)

27 Fig STEP 16 (Insalling Accessories) 1. Insall he Approach Ramps on he enry side of he lif. Use he Lower Pin Tube. (See Fig ) 3. Afer drilling, remove dus horoughly from each hole using compressed air and/or brisle brush. Make cerain ha he Columns remain aligned wih he chalk line. 4. Assemble he Washers and Nus on he Anchors hen ap each hole wih a hammer unil he Washer ress agains base plae. Be sure ha if shimming is required, enough hreads are lef exposed. (See Fig. 15.3) Fig 15.3 Fig Adjus he angle of he raised Approach Ramps using he Bol and he Locking Nus on he under side of he Ramps. (See Fig. 16.2) 5. If shimming is required, inser he shims as necessary he Base Plae so ha when he Anchor Bols are ighened, he Columns will be plumb. (See Fig. 15.4) Fig 15.4 Fig Insall he Fron Tire Sops a he forward side of he lif using he M14 x 2 Hex Bols, Nus and Washers. (See Fig. 16.3) 6. Afer any necessary shims are insalled, ighen each nu o f./lbs. IMPORTANT - If anchor bols do hold when orqued o required amoun, concree mus replaced. Saw cu and remove 24 x 24 square area each column base hen re-pour wih reinforced 2500 concree o a deph of six inches minimum, keying new concree under exising floor. (See Fig. 15.5) Fig Use Wheel Chocks afer parking a vehicle on he runways. (See Fig 8.3) Fig

28 Noe: Use a pencil, marking pen or aach a paper clip ono he arge scale a he cross hair reference. WARNING! Wheels Chock mus be used on he rear wheels. (See Fig 18.3) 6. Nex, move he arge and place i a poin B on he runway. (See Fig. 17.1) 7. Roae he Level and focus on he arge scale. Fig 18.3 STEP 17 (Leveling / Synchronizing) 8. Adjus he adjusmen nu on he safey ladder bar a he op of he Column a B unil he cross hairs of he Level align o reference mark on he arge scale. (See Fig. 17.1) 9. Repea seps locaing he arge assembly a poins C and D and adjusing safey ladders a each corresponding Column unil he reference mark on he arge scale is on he cross hairs of he Level. The Runways are now level a all four poins. (See Fig. 17.1) 10. To complee he leveling procedures, lock each safey ladder jam nu ighly agains boom of column op plae. (See Fig. 17.2) Fig Using an engineer s auomaic Level (ransi), locae he Level, a a convenien locaion in he shop ha allows an unobsruced view of all four corners of he Runways. 2. Follow he Level manufacurer s insrucions for proper seup of he Level. Be sure i is adjused level in all -direcions. 3. Raise he lif and lower he lif unil all Primary Safeies are engaged on he FIRST Safey Sop in each Column and he Runways are compleely resing on he Primary Safeies. 4. Place a Level arge on he righ/fron corner of he Fig Nex, load vehicle ono he lif. 12. Raise he lif o full heigh. Lisen and wach as he Primary Safeies engage he safey ladder. Synchronize by adjusing he Cables so ha all four laches click a same ime. Make necessary adjusmens o he Cables allowing compensaion for srech. Runway. (See Fig. 17.1) 5. Beginning wih A posiion, sigh he level o he arge and mark he number or he graduaion on he inch scale of he arge ha aligns o he cross hairs of he Level. (See Fig. 17.1) Safey Locks may no engage a exacly he same ime when vehicles are being raised. They should be close. Be sure ha all four corners have passed he SAME Safey Ladder bar slo before lowering lif on he safey locks. NEVER lower lif on differen Safey Lock posiion or damage o he lif may resul. 28

29 STEP 18 (Bleeding) 1. Lif mus be fully lowered before changing or adding fluid. 2. Raise and lower lif six imes. The Cylinder is selfbleeding. Afer bleeding sysem, fluid level in power uni reservoir may be down. Add more fluid if necessary o raise lif o full heigh. I is only necessary o add fluid o Raise lif o full heigh. 3. To pressure es, run lif o full rise and run moor for approximaely 3-seconds afer lif sops. This will pu pressure on he hydraulic sysem. Sop and check all fiings and hose connecions. Tighen or reseal if required. POST-INSTALLATION CHECK-OFF Columns properly shimmed and sable Anchor Bols ighened Pivo / Sheave Pins properly aached Elecric power supply confirmed Cables adjused properly Safey Locks funcioning properly Check for hydraulic leaks Oil level Lubricaion of criical componens Check for overhead obsrucions All Screws, Bols, and Pins securely fasened Surrounding area clean Operaion, Mainenance and Safey Manuals on sie. Perform an Operaional Tes wih a ypical vehicle 29

30 OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT INSTALLATION Rolling Jack maximum weigh capaciy for use wih HDS-14 or HDS-14X is 7,000 lb (3,175 kg) per uni. HD-9-12X-14 Rolling Jack Air Line Ki Insallaion Par # REV

31 Adaper Plae Required for HD-9,12,14, HDS-14 Adaper Plae Required for HD-9,12,14, HDS-14 31

32 STEP 19 (Operaion Insrucions) OWNER/EMPLOYER RESPONSIBILITIES The Owner/Employer: Shall ensure ha lif operaors are qualified and ha hey are rained in he safe use and operaion of he lif using he manufacurer s operaing insrucions; ALI/ SM01-1, ALI Lifing i Righ safey manual; ALI/ST-90 ALI Safey Tips card; ANSI/ALI ALOIM-2000, American Naional Sandard for Auomoive Lifs-Safey Requiremens for Operaion, Inspecion and Mainenance; ALI/ WL Series, ALI Uniform Warning Label Decals/Placards; and in he case of frame engaging lifs, ALI/LP-GUIDE, Vehicle Lifing Poins/Quick Reference Guide for Frame Engaging Lifs. Mainenance. Shall display he lif manufacurer s operaing insrucions; ALI/SM 93-1, ALI Lifing I Righ safey manual; ALI/ST-90 ALI Safey Tips card; ANSI/ALI ALOIM-2000, American Naional Sandard for Auomoive Lifs-Safey Requiremens for Operaion, Inspecion and Mainenance; and in he case of frame engaging lifs, ALI/ LP-GUIDE, Vehicle Lifing Poins/Quick Reference Guide for Frame Engaging Lifs; in a conspicuous locaion in he lif area convenien o he operaor. Shall provide necessary lockou/agou means for energy sources per ANSI Z (R1993), Safey Requiremens for he Lockou/Tagou of Energy Sources, before beginning any lif repairs. Shall no modify he lif in any manner wihou he prior wrien consen of he manufacurer. Shall esablish procedures o periodically inspec he lif in accordance wih he lif manufacurer s insrucions or ANSI/ALI ALOIM-2000, American Naional Sandard for Auomoive Lifs-Safey Requiremens for Operaion, Inspecion and Mainenance; and The Employer shall ensure ha lif inspecors are qualified and ha hey are adequaely rained in he inspecion of he lif. Shall esablish procedures o periodically mainain he lif in accordance wih he lif manufacurer s insrucions or ANSI/ALI ALOIM-2000, American Naional Sandard for Auomoive Lifs-Safey Requiremens for Operaion, Inspecion and Mainenance; and The Employer shall ensure ha lif mainenance personnel are qualified and ha hey are adequaely rained in he mainenance of he lif. Shall mainain he periodic inspecion and mainenance records recommended by he manufacurer or ANSI/ALI ALOIM-2000, American Naional Sandard for Auomoive Lifs-Safey Requiremens for Operaion, Inspecion and STEP 20 (Lif Operaion Safey) WARNING! TO AVOID PERSONAL INJURY AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERMIT ONLY TRAINED PERSONNEL TO OPERATE LIFT. AFTER REVIEWING THESE INSTRUC- TIONS, PRACTICE USING LIFT CONTROLS BY RUNNING THE LIFT THROUGH A FEW UNLOADED CYCLES BEFORE LOADING VEHICLE ON LIFT. NEVER RAISE JUST ONE END, ONE CORNER, OR ONE SIDE OF VEHICLE. DAILY inspec your lif. Never operae if i malfuncions or if i has broken or damaged pars. Use only qualified lif service personnel and genuine BendPak pars o make repairs. THOROUGHLY rain all employees in use and care of lif, using manufacurer s insrucions and Lifing I Righ and Safey Tips supplied wih he lif. NEVER allow unauhorized or unrained persons o posiion vehicle or operae lif. PROHIBIT unauhorized persons from being in shop area while lif is in use. DO NOT permi anyone on lif or inside vehicle when i is eiher being raised or lowered. 32

33 LIFT OPERATION SAFETY (CONT D) ALWAYS keep area around lif free of ools, debris, grease and oil. NEVER overload lif. Capaciy of lif is shown on nameplae affixed o he lif. DO NOT sand in fron of he vehicle while i is being posiioned in lif bay. DO NOT block open or override self-closing lif conrols; hey are designed o reurn o he Off or Neural posiion when released. ALWAYS remain clear of lif when raising or lowering vehicles. ALWAYS use safey sands when removing or insalling heavy componens. DANGER! VISUALLY CONFIRM THAT ALL PRIMARY SAFETY LOCKS ARE ENGAGED BEFORE ENTERING WORK AREA. SUSPENSION COMPONENTS USED ON THIS LIFT ARE INTENDED TO RAISE AND LOWER LIFT ONLY AND ARE NOT MEANT TO BE LOAD HOLDING DEVICES. REMAIN CLEAR OF ELEVATED LIFT UNLESS VISUAL CONFIRMATION IS MADE THAT ALL PRIMARY SAFETY LOCKS ARE FULLY ENGAGED AND THE LIFT IS LOWERED ONTO THE SAFETY LOCKS, REFER TO INSTALLATION/OPERATION MANUAL FOR PROPER SAFETY LOCK PROCEDURES AND/OR FURTHER INSTRUCTION. DO NOT go under raised vehicle if safey locks are no engaged. NEVER LEAVE LIFT IN ELEVATED CONDITION unless all Safey Locks are engaged. AVOID excessive rocking of vehicle while on lif. ALWAYS CLEAR AREA if vehicle is in danger of falling. ALWAYS REMOVE ool rays, sands, ec. before lowering lif. ALWAYS RELEASE safey locks before aemping o lower lif. DO NOT posiion yourself beween a wall and he lif. If he vehicle falls in ha direcion, you may be severely injured or killed. To Raise Lif; 1. Posiion vehicle ires in he cener of each Runway. 2. Se parking brake and use Wheel Chocks o hold vehicle in posiion. 3. Before raising vehicle, be sure all personnel are clear of he lif and surrounding area. Pay careful aenion o overhead clearances. 4. Raise he lif o he desired heigh by pressing he push buon on he power uni. NOTE: ALLOW (2) SECONDS BETWEEN MOTOR STARTS. FAILURE TO COMPLY MAY CAUSE MOTOR BURNOUT. 5. Afer vehicle is raised o he desired heigh, lower he lif ono he neares Safey Lock. Do no allow Cables o become slack. ALWAYS ENSURE ALL SAFETY LOCKS ARE ENGAGED before enering work area. WARNING! WHEN LOWERING THE LIFT PAY CAREFUL ATTEN- TION THAT ALL PERSONNEL AND OBJECTS ARE KEPT CLEAR. ALWAYS KEEP A VISUAL LINE OF SIGHT ON THE LIFT AT ALL TIMES. ALWAYS MAKE SURE THAT ALL LOCKS ARE DISENGAGED. IF ONE OF THE LOCKS INADVERTENTLY LOCKS UPON DESCENT THE VE- HICLE MAY DISMOUNT CAUSING PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH. To Lower Lif; 1. Before lowering vehicle, be sure all personnel are clear of he lif and surrounding area. Pay careful aenion o overhead clearances. Ensure all ools and equipmen have been cleared from under he lif. 33

34 2. Raise he lif off of he Safey Locks by pressing he push buon on he Power Uni. Make sure you raise he lif by a leas wo inches o allow adequae clearance for he locks o clear. 3. Press he push buon air safey valve and HOLD. 4. Push he LOWERING HANDLE on he Power Uni unil he lif has descended compleely. LIFT OPERATION SAFETY (CONT D) Always call local service represenaive if elecrical problems develop. Always replace ALL FAULTY PARTS before lif is pu back ino operaion. Every 3 Monhs: Check anchor bol orque. Anchors should be orqued o 90 f/lbs. Semi-Annually: Check fluid level of lif power uni and refill if required per lif insallaion insrucions. CAUTION! IF YOU ARE NOT COMPLETELY FAMILIAR WITH AU- TOMOTIVE LIFT MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES; STOP AND CONTACT THE MANUFACTURER FOR INSTRUC- TIONS. TO AVOID PERSONAL INJURY, PERMIT ONLY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL TO PERFORM MAINTENANCE ON THIS EQUIPMENT. Replace all cauion, warning or safey relaed decals on he lif if unable o read or missing. Reorder labels from BendPak. Refer o ANSI/ALI ALOIM bookle for periodic inspecion checklis and mainenance log shee. DAILY MAINTENANCE 1. Make a visual inspecion of ALL MOVING PARTS and check for excessive signs of wear. 2. Check safey locks o ensure hey are in good operaing condiion. 3. Check cables and sheaves for wear. Replace worn pars as required wih genuine BendPak pars. 4. Inspec adapers for damage or excessive wear. Replace as required wih genuine BendPak pars. WEEKLY MAINTENANCE 1. Lubricae all Sheave and rollers wih general purpose oil. 2. Check all Cable connecions, bols and pins o ensure proper mouning. 3. Lubricae Safey Lock pivo poins wih general purpose oil or WD-40. MONTHLY MAINTENANCE 1. Check Safey Locks o ensure hey are in good operaing condiion. Lubricae locking lach shafs. Push release arm several imes for oil o penerae pivo poins. 2. Check equalizer cable ension. Adjus per lif insallaion insrucions. 3. Check all Cables for excessive signs of wear. 4. Make a visual inspecion of ALL MOVING PARTS and check for excessive signs of wear. 34

35 WIRE ROPE INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE Lifing cables should be replaced every hree - five years or when visible signs of damage are apparen. DO NOT USE LIFT WITH DEFECTIVE / WORN CABLES. Lifing cables should be mainained in a well-lubricaed condiion a all imes. Wire rope is only fully proeced when each wire srand is lubricaed boh inernal and exernal. Excessive wear will shoren he life of he wire rope. The facory suggesed wire rope lubrican ha peneraes o he core of he rope and provides long-erm lubricaion beween each individual srand is 90-WT gear oil or ALMASOL Wire Rope Lubrican. In order o make sure ha he inner layers of he rope remain well lubricaed, lubricaion should be carried ou a inervals no exceeding hree monhs during operaion. All sheaves and guide rollers in conac wih he moving rope should be given regular visual checks for surface wear and lubricaed o make sure ha hey run freely. This operaion should be carried ou a appropriae inervals generally no exceeding hree monhs during operaion. For all sheave axles, he facory recommends sandard wheel bearing grease. For all sheaves and/or guide rollers, he facory recommends 90-WT gear oil or similar heavy lubrican applied by any mehod including pump / spray dispensing, brush, hand and/or swabbing.. HOW OFTEN TO INSPECT Lifing cables should be visually inspeced a leas once each day when in use, as suggesed by American Peroleum Insiue (API) RP54 guidelines. Any lifing cables ha have me he crieria for removal mus be immediaely replaced. WHEN TO REPLACE LIFTING CABLES DUE TO BROKEN WIRES Lifing cables should be removed from service when you see six randomly disribued broken wires wihin any one lay lengh, or hree broken wires in one srand wihin one lay lengh. OTHER REASONS TO REPLACE LIFTING CABLES Corrosion ha pis he wires and/or connecors. Evidence of kinking, crushing, cuing, bird-caging or a popped core. Wear ha exceeds 10% of a wire s original diameer. Evidence of hea damage. HOW TO FIND BROKEN WIRES The firs sep is o relax your rope o a saionary posiion and move he pick-up poins off he sheaves. Clean he surface of he rope wih a cloh a wire brush, if necessary so you can see any breaks. Flex he rope o expose any broken wires hidden in he valleys beween he srands. Visually check for any broken wires. One way o check for crown breaks is o run a cloh along he rope o check for possible snags. Wih an awl, probe beween wires and srands and lif any wires ha appear loose. Evidence of inernal broken wires may require a more exensive rope examinaion. 35

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38 Safe Lif Operaion Auomoive and ruck lifs are criical o he operaion and profiabiliy of your business. The safe use of his and oher lifs in your shop is criical in prevening employee injuries and damage o cusomer s vehicles. By operaing lifs safely you can ensure ha your shop is profiable, producive and safe. Safe operaion of auomoive lifs requires ha only rained employees should be allowed o use he lif. TRAINING SHOULD INCLUDE, BUT NOT LIMITED TO: Proper posiioning of he vehicle on he runway. (See manufacurers minimum wheel base loading requiremens.) Use of he operaing conrols. Undersanding he lif capaciy. Proper use of jack sands or oher load supporing devices. Proper use, undersanding and visual idenificaion of safey lock devices and heir operaion. Reviewing he safey rules. Proper housekeeping procedures (lif area should be free of grease, oil, ools, equipmen, rash, and oher debris) A daily inspecion of he lif should be compleed prior o is use. Safey devices, operaing conrols, lif arms and oher criical pars should be inspeced prior o using he lif. All mainenance and repairs of he lif should be compleed by following he manufacurer s requiremens. Lif repair pars should mee or exceed OEM specificaions. Repairs should only be compleed by a qualified lif echnician. The vehicle manufacurer s recommendaions should be used for spoing and lifing he vehicle. LIFT OPERATION SAFETY I is imporan ha you know he load limi. Be careful ha you do no overload he lif. If you are unsure wha he load limi is, check he daa plae found on one of he lif columns or conac he manufacurer. The cener of graviy should be followed closely o wha he manufacurer recommends. Always make sure you have proper overhead clearance. Addiionally, check ha aachmens, (vehicle signs, campers, anennas, ec.) are no in he way. Be sure ha prior o he vehicle being raised, he doors, runk, and hood are closed securely Prior o being raised, make sure here is no one sanding closer han six fee from he lif Afer posiioning he vehicle on he lif runways, se he emergency brake, make sure he igniion is off, he doors are closed, overhead obsrucions are cleared, and he ransmission is in neural. Double check ha he auomaic chock devices are in posiion and hen when he lif is raised, observe he chocks The lif should be raised jus unil he vehicle s wheels are abou one foo off he ground. If conac wih he vehicle is uneven or i appears ha he vehicle is no siing secure, carefully lower he lif and readjus. Always consider poenial problems ha migh cause a vehicle o slip, i.e., heavy cargo, undercoaing, ec. Pay aenion when walking under a vehicle ha is up on he hydraulic lif. 38

39 DO NOT leave he conrols while he lif is sill in moion. DO NOT sand direcly in fron of he vehicle or in he bay when vehicle is being loaded or driven ino posiion. DO NOT Go near vehicle or aemp o work on he vehicle when being raised or lowered. REMAIN CLEAR of lif when raising or lowering vehicle. DO NOT rock he vehicle while on he lif or remove any heavy componen from vehicle ha may cause excessive weigh shif. DO NOT lower he vehicle unil people, maerials, and ools are clear ALWAYS ENSURE ha he safeies are engaged and lowered on o he safey ladders before any aemp is made o work on or near vehicle. Some vehicle mainenance and repair aciviies may cause he vehicle o shif. Follow he manufacurer s guidelines when performing hese operaions. The use of jack sands or alernae lif poins may be required when compleing some repairs. READ AND UNDERSTAND all safey warning procedures before operaing lif. KEEP HANDS AND FEET CLEAR. Remove hands and fee from any moving pars. Keep fee clear of lif when lowering. Avoid pinch poins. ONLY TRAINED OPERATORS should operae his lif. All non-rained personnel should be kep away from work area. Never le non-rained personnel come in conac wih, or operae lif. USE LIFT CORRECTLY. Use lif in he proper manner. Never use lifing adapers oher han wha is approved by he manufacurer. DO NOT override self-closing lif conrols. CLEAR AREA if vehicle is on danger of falling. STAY ALERT. Wach wha you are doing. Use common sense. Be aware. CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS. Check for alignmen of moving pars, breakage of pars or any condiion ha may affec is operaion. Do no use lif if any componen is broken or damaged. NEVER remove safey relaed componens from he lif. Do no use lif if safey relaed componens are damaged or missing. When he lif is being lowered, make sure everyone is sanding a leas six fee away. Always lower he vehicle down slowly and smoohly. 39

40 LIFT WILL NOT RAISE POSSIBLE CAUSE 1. Air in oil, (1,2,8,13) 2. Cylinder binding, (9) 3. Cylinder leaks inernally, (9) 4. Moor run backward under pressure, (11) 5. Lowering valve leaks, (3,4,6,10,11) 6. Moor runs backwards, (7,14,11) 7. Pump damaged, (10,11) 8. Pump won prime, (1,8,13,14,3,12,10,11) 9. Relief valve leaks, (10,11) 10. Volage o moor incorrec, (7,14,11) REMEDY INSTRUCTION 1. Check for proper oil level The oil level should be up o he bleed screw in he reservoir wih he lif all he way down. 2. Bleed cylinders See Insallaion Manual 3. Flush- Release valve o ge rid of Hold release handle down and sar uni allowing possible conaminaion i o run for 15 seconds. 4. Diry oil Replace oil wih clean Dexron ATF. 5. Tighen all faseners Tighen faseners o recommended orques. 6. Check for free movemen of release If handle does no move freely, replace bracke or handle assembly. 7. Check moor is wired correcly Compare wiring of moor o elecrical diagram on drawing. 8. Oil seal damaged or cocked replace oil seal around pump shaf. 9. See Insallaion Manual Consul Lif Manufacurer. 10. Replace wih new par Replace wih new par. 11. Reurn uni for repair Reurn uni for repair. 12. Check pump-mouning bols Bols should be 15 o 18 f. lbs. 13. Inle screen clogged Clean inle screen or replace. 14. Check wall oule volages and wiring make sure uni and wall oule are wired properly. 40

41 MOTOR WILL NOT RUN POSSIBLE CAUSE 1. Fuse blown, (5,2,1,3,4) 2. Limi swich burned ou, (1,2,3,4) 3. Microswich burned ou, (1,2,3,4) 4. Moor burned ou, (1,2,3,4,6) 5. Volage o moor incorrec, (2,1,8) REMEDY INSTRUCTION 1. Check for correc volage compare supply volage wih volage on moor name ag. Check ha he wire is sized correcly. N.E.C. able requires AWG 10 for 25 Amps. 2. Check moor is wired correcly compare wiring of moor o elecrical diagram on drawing. 3. Don use exension cords According o N.E.C. : The size of he conducors should be such ha he volage drop would no exceed 3% o he farhes oule for power Do no run moor a 115 VAC damage o he moor will occur. 4. Replace wih new par replace wih new par. 5. Rese circui breaker/fuse rese circui breaker/fuse. 6. Reurn uni for repair Reurn uni for repair. 7. See Insallaion Manual See Insallaion Manual. 8. Check wall oule volage and wiring Make sure uni and wall oule is wired properly. Moor mus run a 208/230 VAC. LIFT LOWERS SLOWLY OR NOT AT ALL POSSIBLE CAUSE 1. Cylinders binding, (1) 2. Release valve clogged, (5,4,2,3) 3. Pressure fiing oo long, (6) REMEDY INSTRUCTION 1. See Insallaion Manual Consul Lif Manufacurer. 2. Replace wih new par Replace wih new par. 3. Reurn for repair Reurn for repair. 4. Check oil Use clean 10-WT hydraulic oil or Dexron auomaic ransmission fluid only. If ATF is conaminaed, replace wih clean ATF and clean enire sysem. 5. Clean release valve Wash release valve in solven and blow ou wih air. 6. Replace fiing wih shor hread lead Replace fiing wih shor hread lead. 41

42 POSSIBLE CAUSE 1. Air in oil, (1,2,3,4) 2. Cylinder binding, (5) 3. Cylinder leaks inernally, (5) 4. Lif overloaded, (6,5) 5. Lowering valve leaks, (7,8,1,5,9) 6. Moor runs backwards, (10,12,9) 7. Pump damaged, (5,9) 8. Pump won prime, (1,2,3,4,5,11,9) 9. Relief valve leaks, (8,5,9) 10. Volage o moor incorrec, (10,12,5) WILL NOT RAISE LOADED LIFT REMEDY INSTRUCTION 1. Check oil level The oil level should be up o he bleed screw in he reservoir wih he lif all he way down. 2. Check/Tighen inle ubes Replace inle hose assembly. 3. Oil seal damaged or cocked Replace oil seal and insall. 4. Bleed cylinders See Insallaion Manual. 5. See Insallaion Manual Consul Lif Manufacurer. 6. Check vehicle weigh Compare weigh of vehicle o weigh limi of he lif. 7. Flush release valve Hold release handle down and sar uni allowing i o run for 15 seconds. 8. Replace wih new par Replace wih new par. 9. Reurn uni for repair Reurn uni for repair. 10. Check moor is wired correcly Compare wiring of moor o elecrical diagram on power uni drawing. 11. Inle screen clogged Clean inle screen or replace. 12. Check wall oule volage and wiring make sure uni and wall oule is wired properly. IMPORTANT If vehicle becomes sranded in he air, follow all operaion insrucions as shown on pages and 41. If afer observing ha all mechanical locks are released and he lif sill fails move following all sandard operaing procedures, immediaely sop using he lif and conac facory or facory approved service cener for furher insrucions. 42

43 LIFT WILL NOT STAY UP POSSIBLE CAUSE 1. Air in oil, (1,2,3) 4. Lowering valve leaks, (4,5,1,7,6) 2. Check valve leaks, (6) 5. Leaking fiings, (8) 3. Cylinders leak inernally, (7) REMEDY INSTRUCTION 1. Check oil level the oil level should be up o he bleed screw in he reservoir wih he lif all he way down. 2. Oil seal damaged and cocked Replace oil seal around pump shaf. 3. Bleed cylinder Refer o Insallaion Manual. 4. Flush release valve Hold release handle down and sar uni allowing i o run for 15 seconds. 5. Replace wih new valve Replace wih new valve. 6. Reurn uni for repair Reurn uni for repair. 7. See Insallaion Manual Consul Lif Manufacurer. 8. Check complee hydraulic sysem for leaks Tighen all hydraulics fiings and inspecs all hoses. 43

44 Grease Por / Lubricaion Locaions Lubricae Once A Week Torque Recommendaions VALUES ARE STATED IN FOOT POUNDS (f-lb) Bol Size (SAE) Bol Size (Meric) SAE SAE Grade 5 SAE Grade 8 SOCKET HEAD CAP SCREW CLASS 4.8 CLASS 8.8 CLASS 10.9 CLASS /4-20 M6 x /16-18 M8 x /8-16 M10 x / /2-13 M12 x /16-12 M14 x /8-11 M16 x /4-10 M18 x /8-9 M22 x /4 Anchor Bols 75 MIN 110 MAX 44

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48 9 11 DETAIL A SCALE 1 : NOTE: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 1. SEE SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS FOR FINAL PACKAGING 2. ASSEMBLE ITEMS AS SHOWN 7 5 NEXT ASSEMBLY REVISION REV DESCRIPTION DATE EDITED BY ECO# A PRODUCTION RELEASE, DERIVED FROM /01/2014 TM A 6 ITEM NO PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY REV HDS-14 CROSSTUBE ASSEMBLY, SMALL WINDOW 1 A HD/S-14 SERIES DRIVE UP RAMP ASSEMBLY 2 G HDS-14 CROSSTUBE ASSEMBLY, LARGE WINDOW 1 C HDS-14 POWER SIDE RAMP ASSEMBLY 1 J HDS-14 OFF SIDE RAMP WELDMENT 1 C HDS-14 POST WELDMENT 3 C HDS-14 POST WELDMENT, POWER SIDE 1 C HDS-14 SERIES SAFETY LADDER WELDMENT 4 A NUT M20 x 2.5 NL NUT M20 x WASHER, M20 FLAT 4 - DO NOT SCALE DRAWING DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM DRAWN CHECKED NAME DATE TM 08/01/2014 THIRD ANGLE PROJECTION PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF BENDPAK INC. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF BENDPAK INC. IS PROHIBITED. TITLE: SIZE A DWG. NO LEMONWOOD DR. SANTA PAULA, CA HDS-14 LIFT SUPERSTRUCTURE SCALE: 1:45 REV A SHEET 1 OF 1 48

49 DETAIL A SCALE 1 : B NOTE: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. DETAIL B 1. SEE SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS FOR FINAL PACKAGING SCALE 1 : INSERT PARTS BAG INTO PARTS BOX FOR SHIPMENT 3. THREAD WITH ONTO CABLES FOR SHIPMENT 4. HOSES AND CABLES IN REPRESENTATIONAL FORM 5. (*) LENGTH FOR REFERENCE ONLY 6. ALL LABELS TO BE APPLIED TO POSTS AFTER PAINTING. SEE RECEIVED LIFT FOR PLACEMENT TO BE ADDED BY REQUEST ONLY NEXT ASSEMBLY REVISION REV DESCRIPTION DATE EDITED BY ECO# A PRODUCTION RELEASE, DERIVED FROM /03/2013 TM B C REPLACED WIH , ADDED & REMOVED , , AND , UPDATED NEXT ASSEMBLY 06/09/2014 TM /06/2014 TM ITEM NO. PART NUMBER DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM DESCRIPTION QTY REV PARTS BAG HD/HDS-14 SERIES 1 E PUSH BUTTON AIR ASSEMBLY 1 E HD/HDS-14 DRIVE UP RAMP PIN 2 D HD-14T/HDS-14 TOP PLATE WELDMENT 4 B HD-SERIES FLEX TUBE BRACKET PLATE 1 F TIRE STOP 2 B HD-SERIES FLEX TUBE ANGLE 1 E WHEEL CHOCK 2 A POWER UNIT VIBRATION DAMPENER 1 B HDS/HDSO-14/14LSX/14LSXE, HDS-14X CABLE ASSEMBLY Ø12 x 4100mm ST 1 C HDS/HDSO-14/14LSX/14LSXE, HDS-14X CABLE ASSEMBLY Ø12 x 5732mm ST 1 C HDS-14/14LSX CABLE ASSEMBLY Ø12 x 9339mm ST HDS-14/14LSX CABLE ASSEMBLY Ø12 x 10964mm ST 1 C 1 C HDS-14 HOSE ASSEMBLY Ø6.4 x 3565mm 1 A FLEX TUBE ASSEMBLY 1320mm 1 B /4" POLY-FLO TUBING 20000mm* NUT M22 x 2.5 NL WASHER M22 x 50mm FLAT AB 3/4" x 4-3/4" HDS-14/14X INSTALLATION MANUAL 1 A SAFETY MANUAL ALI / SM BENDPAK #90 WARRANTY CARD ALIGN OIM OPERATION INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE ALI SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS STICKER SAFETY TIPS CARD ALI-ST WARNING ALI/WL POST SERIAL TAG PRODUCT DATA LABEL MAX CAP DANGER 14K MANUFACTURER LABEL POST DECAL KIT, LESS ALI 1 A DO NOT SCALE DRAWING NAME DATE DRAWN TM 05/03/2013 CHECKED THIRD ANGLE PROJECTION PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF BENDPAK INC. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF BENDPAK INC. IS PROHIBITED. TITLE: SIZE A DWG. NO SCALE: 1: LEMONWOOD DR. SANTA PAULA, CA PARTS BOX HDS-14 REV C SHEET 1 OF 1 49

50 DETAIL A SCALE 1 : NOTE: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 1. SEE SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS FOR FINAL PACKAGING 2. ASSEMBLE ITEMS AS SHOWN NEXT ASSEMBLY REVISION REV DESCRIPTION DATE EDITED BY ECO# A PRODUCTION RELEASE, DERIVED FROM /04/2014 TM A 6 5 ITEM NO PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY REV HDS-14 CROSSTUBE ASSEMBLY, SMALL WINDOW 1 A HD/S-14 SERIES DRIVE UP RAMP ASSEMBLY 2 G HDS-14 CROSSTUBE ASSEMBLY, LARGE WINDOW 1 C HDS-14X POWER SIDE RAMP ASSEMBLY 1 J HDS-14X OFF SIDE RAMP WELDMENT 1 C HDS-14 POST WELDMENT 3 C HDS-14 POST WELDMENT, POWER SIDE 1 C HDS-14 SERIES SAFETY LADDER WELDMENT 4 A NUT M20 x 2.5 NL NUT M20 x WASHER, M20 FLAT 4 - DO NOT SCALE DRAWING DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM DRAWN CHECKED NAME DATE TM 08/04/2014 THIRD ANGLE PROJECTION PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF BENDPAK INC. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF BENDPAK INC. IS PROHIBITED. TITLE: SIZE A DWG. NO LEMONWOOD DR. SANTA PAULA, CA HDS-14X LIFT SUPERSTRUCTURE SCALE: 1:45 REV A SHEET 1 OF 1 50

51 REVISION REV DESCRIPTION DATE EDITED BY ECO# A PRODUCTION RELEASE, DERIVED FROM /06/2013 TM B C REPLACED WIH , ADDED & REMOVED , , , AND , UPDATED NEXT ASSEMBLY 06/09/2014 TM /07/2014 TM DETAIL A SCALE 1 : B DETAIL B SCALE 1 : NEXT ASSEMBLY ITEM NO NUMBER PART DESCRIPTION QTY. REV PARTS BAG HD/HDS-14 SERIES 1 E PUSH BUTTON AIR ASSEMBLY 1 E HD/HDS-14 DRIVE UP RAMP PIN 2 D HD-14T/HDS-14 TOP PLATE WELDMENT 4 B FLEX TUBE ASSEMBLY 1320mm 1 B HD-SERIES FLEX TUBE BRACKET PLATE 1 F TIRE STOP 2 B HD-SERIES FLEX TUBE ANGLE 1 E WHEEL CHOCK 2 A POWER UNIT VIBRATION DAMPENER 1 B HDS/HDSO-14/14LSX/14LSXE, HDS-14X CABLE ASSEMBLY Ø12 x 4100mm ST 1 C HDS/HDSO-14/14LSX/14LSXE, HDS-14X CABLE ASSEMBLY Ø12 x 5732mm ST 1 C HDS-14X/14LSXE CABLE ASSEMBLY Ø12 x 10101mm ST 1 C HDS-14X/14LSXE CABLE ASSEMBLY Ø12 x 11726mm ST 1 C HDS-14X HOSE ASSEMBLY Ø6.4 x 4325mm 1 A /4" POLY-FLO TUBING 20000mm* NUT M22 x 2.5 NL WASHER M22 x 50mm FLAT 4 B AB 3/4" x 4-3/4" HDS-14/14X INSTALLATION MANUAL 1 A SAFETY MANUAL ALI / SM BENDPAK #90 WARRANTY CARD NOTE: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. DRAWN TM SEE SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS FOR FINAL PACKAGING INSERT PARTS BAG INTO PARTS BOX FOR SHIPMENT THREAD NYLOCK NUTS ONTO CABLES PRIOR TO SHIPMENT HOSES AND CABLES IN REPRESENTATIONAL FORM (*) LENGTHS FOR REFERENCE ONLY ALL LABELS TO BE APPLIED TO POSTS AFTER PAINTING. SEE RECEIVED LIFT FOR PLACEMENT TO BE ADDED BY REQUEST ONLY DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM ALIGN OIM OPERATION INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE SAFETY TIPS CARD ALI-ST WARNING ALI/WL POST SERIAL TAG PRODUCT DATA LABEL MAX CAP DANGER 14K MANUFACTURER LABEL POST DECAL KIT, LESS ALI 1 A DO NOT SCALE DRAWING CHECKED NAME DATE 05/06/2013 THIRD ANGLE PROJECTION PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF BENDPAK INC. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF BENDPAK INC. IS PROHIBITED. TITLE: SIZE A DWG. NO LEMONWOOD DR. SANTA PAULA, CA PARTS BOX HDS-14X SCALE: 1:35 REV C SHEET 1 OF 1 51

52 13 12 DETAIL C SCALE 1 : DETAIL E SCALE 1 : DETAIL A SCALE 1 : 4 NOTE: UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 1. SEE SHIPPING INSTRUCTIONS FOR FINAL PACKAGING DETAIL B SCALE 1 : 4 NEXT ASSEMBLY REVISION REV DESCRIPTION DATE EDITED BY ECO# C C-001 D D-001 E ADDED (20) UPDATED NEXT ASSEMBLY ADDED (4) AND (4) UPDATED NEXT ASSEMBLY REPLACED WITH , WITH , UPDATED NEXT ASSEMBLIES 10/29/ /22/2009 AC /22/2010 AC /15/2010 AC /07/2011 TM TM DETAIL D SCALE 1 : 8 7 ITEM NO PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION QTY REV HHB M6 x 1 x NUT M6 x 1.0 NL NUT M8 x 1.25 NL WASHER M8 x24 FLAT HHB M8 x 1.25 x 25 4 B HHB M12 x 1.75 x 90 CL WASHER, M12 SPRING LOCK WASHER, M12 FLAT WASHER NUT M12 x FTG ELB -04 JIC-06 NPT FTG TEE -04 COMP x -04 COMP x -04 COMP FTG ELB -04 COMP x -06 NPT FTG ELB -04 JIC -06L ORB ROTOR CLIP 18mm SS HHB M14 x 2.0 x NUT M14 x WASHER, Ø4.3 x Ø9mm x 0.8mm SHCS M4 x 0.7mm x 12mm Nu, M4 X C WASHER SHIM FOR LIFTS WASHER M14 x 28 FLAT WASHER M14 x 22 SL 4 - DIMENSIONS ARE IN MM MATERIAL: SIZE: DO NOT SCALE DRAWING DRAWN NAME DATE AC 08/08/2008 CHECKED THIRD ANGLE PROJECTION PROPRIETARY AND CONFIDENTIAL THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DRAWING IS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF BENDPAK INC. ANY REPRODUCTION IN PART OR AS A WHOLE WITHOUT THE WRITTEN PERMISSION OF BENDPAK INC. IS PROHIBITED. TITLE: SIZE A DWG. NO LEMONWOOD DR. SANTA PAULA, CA PARTS BAG HD/HDS-14 SERIES SCALE: 1:30 REV E SHEET 1 OF 1 52

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