CODE H I B ØT1 ØT2 ØT3 ØT4 ØT5 Z Stroke A B C D E F F’ G M Vol(l) Weight(kg) Craddle
294 100 283 45 61 390 26 25 98 25 293 30 25 80 16×1.5 1.0 10.4 00
295 100 338 45 61 500 26 25 98 25 348 30 25 80 16×1.5 1.3 12.3 00
296 107 399 45 61 620 26 40 100 40 409 30 25 80 1/2 1.6 15.1 0
297 100 439 45 61 700 26 40 100 40 449 30 25 80 1/2 2.0 16.3 0
298 107 499 45 61 820 26 40 100 40 509 30 25 80 1/2 2.1 18.2 0
201 107 396 61 76 595 31 45 115 45 406 30 25 95 1/2 2.5 23 1
202 107 496 61 76 795 26 45 115 45 506 30 25 95 1/2 3.3 26 1
203 107 589 68 88 950 36 45 128 45 594 40 30 108 1/2 5.1 40 1
204 107 584 88 107 930 36 45 148 45 589 40 30 128 1/2 7.8 41 2
305 110 283 45 61 76 570 26 45 115 45 293 30 25 95 1/2 1.9 15.4 1
306 110 399 45 61 76 910 26 45 115 45 409 30 25 95 1/2 3.1 20.8 1
307 110 200 391 61 76 91 875 31 45 128 45 406 30 25 108 1/2 4.5 26 1
308 110 200 454 61 76 91 1060 36 45 128 45 469 30 30 108 1/2 5.5 30.1 1
310 110 413 68 88 107 895 36 45 148 45 418 40 30 128 1/2 6.2 37 2
311 110 200 502 68 88 107 1160 36 45 148 45 507 40 30 128 1/2 8.0 45 2
312 110 200 548 68 88 107 1300 36 45 148 45 553 40 30 128 1/2 9.0 49 2
313 110 200 540 88 107 126 1260 36 45 170 45 545 40 30 150 1/2 12.6 55 3
313 110 200 540 88 107 126 1260 36 45 170 45 545 40 30 150 1/2 12.6 55 3
314 110 200 494 88 107 126 1125 36 45 170 45 499 40 30 150 1/2 11.2 52 3
315 110 200 579 88 107 126 1380 36 45 170 45 584 40 30 150 1/2 13.8 58 3
316 110 200 88 107 126 1710 45 45 170 45 694 50 35 150 1/2 17.0 72 3
CODE H I B ØT1 ØT2 ØT3 ØT4 ØT5 Z Stroke A B C D E F F’ G M Vol(l) Weight(kg) Craddle
317 200 107 126 147 1670 45 50 198 50 699 50 35 178 1/2 23.2 99 4
445 113 203 394 45 61 76 91 1190 26 45 128 45 409 30 25 108 1/2 5.0 25 1
447 113 209 449 61 76 91 107 1380 36 45 148 45 464 30 30 128 1/2 8.4 40 2
419 113 203 497 68 88 107 126 1520 36 45 170 45 502 40 30 150 1/2 12.9 61 3
420 113 203 543 68 88 107 126 1705 36 45 170 45 548 40 30 150 1/2 14.5 64 3
421 113 203 582 68 88 107 126 1860 36 45 170 45 587 40 35 150 1/2 15.8 71 3
451 113 203 68 88 107 126 2305 36 45 170 45 697 50 35 150 1/2 19.7 81 3
422 203 494 88 107 126 147 1470 45 50 198 50 507 50 35 178 1/2 17.6 77 4
423 203 579 88 107 126 147 1810 45 50 198 50 592 50 35 178 1/2 21.7 88 4
424 203 88 107 126 147 2250 45 50 198 50 702 50 35 178 1/2 27.0 103 4
425 203 107 126 147 170 2200 45 50 238 50 702 50 35 204 1/2 36.0 134 5
426 203 107 126 147 170 1760 45 50 238 50 592 50 35 204 1/2 29.5 116 5
429 203 107 126 147 170 2590 45 50 238 50 802 50 35 204 1/2 48.0 130 5
434 203 107 126 147 170 2780 45 50 238 50 849 50 35 204 1/2 48.5 160 5
525 206 88 107 126 147 170 1805 45 50 238 50 510 50 35 204 1/2 25.8 104 5
526 206 88 107 126 147 170 2230 45 50 238 50 595 50 35 204 1/2 31.9 120 5
527 206 88 107 126 147 170 2780 45 50 238 50 705 50 35 204 1/2 39.9 140 5
528 206 88 107 126 147 170 2035 45 50 238 50 556 50 35 204 1/2 29.0 111 5
540 206 88 107 126 147 170 2470 45 50 238 50 643 50 35 204 1/2 36.0 130 5

*** Option: craddle

WITH SQUARE CAB


Max Force VOL Weight
CODE ØT1 ØT2 ØT3 ØT4 ØT5 Stroke B C D E G Y on ball-joint (L) (kg) Craddle
3305PN 45 61 76 570 45 115 45 293 95 143 8 2.5 17 1
3395PN 45 61 76 730 40 128 40 348 95 180 8 3.0 19 1
3306PN 45 61 76 912 45 115 45 409 95 143 8 3.6 22 1
3397PN 45 61 76 1030 40 128 40 449 95 180 8 4.0 23 1
3405PN 45 61 76 91 726 40 128 40 293 108 146 8 3.1 19 1
3495PN 45 61 76 91 945 40 128 40 348 108 186 8 5.0 22 1
3445PN 45 61 76 91 1190 45 128 45 409 108 146 8 6.5 26 1
3585PN 45 61 76 91 107 875 45 148 45 288 128 186 8 5.2 26.5 2
3595PN 45 61 76 91 107 1150 45 148 45 343 128 186 8 7.7 30 2
3598PN 45 61 76 91 107 1475 45 148 45 424 128 139 8 9.9 34.5 2






CODE A B C D E F G Max Force on Ball-joint Weight(kg)
123R 44 75 24 45 69 5 14 8 1.5
124R 55 95 34 52 91 5 16 14 3
125R 66 115 34 59 89 5 19 22 4
126R 79 135 71 74 109 50 22 32 7

CRADDLE

Max Force Weight
CODE A B C D E F on Ball-joint (kg)
BER00 154 25 102 25 172 20 3 2.6
BER0 154 40 102 25 172 20 3 2.6
BER1 225 45 130 40 260 40 8 6.7
BER2 230 45 150 40 270 40 10 7.2
BER3 270 45 173 45 310 40 15 13.2
BER4 310 50 200 50 360 50 20 26.7
BER5 392 50 243 50 440 50 25 45

BEARINGS TO BE WELDED

CODE A B C D Weight(kg)
125S 25 25 55 27 0.7
145S 45 43 97 47 3.5
150S 50 41 97 52 3.5

BEARINGS TO BE SCREWED

CODE A B C D E F G H K Weight(kg)
B40 40 105 137 65 5.7 40 14 35 15 1.8
B45 45 105 137 65 5.7 40 14 35 15 1.7
B50 50 105 137 72 5.7 40 14 41 15 2
B65 65 165 220 110 7.5 50 30 65 21 8.7

SWIVEL ATTACHMENT

CODE A B M Weight(kg)
RAC/T 17 11 1/2 0.18
RAC/T13 13 8 1/2 0.18
RAC/T16 16 11 1/2 0.8
RAC/T21 21 13.5 1/2 0.28
RAC/T27 27 16 3/4 0.55

HOW TO CHOOSE A TELESCOPIC CYLINDER?

Safety procedures when tipping

Plan a gap from 20 to 30mm.

Ensure that:

The necessary tipping pressure is less than the maximum recommended operating pressure

The load is compatible with the vehicle.

The ground is stable and flat.

There are no people or obstacles in the working perimeter (at ground level and high up).

The load has been distributed uniformly

The tyre pressure is correct.

The load is progressively emptied.

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

IT IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED:

Move the vehicle during tipping.

Rapid operation of the cylinder tipper control.

Working under a raised tipper body that has not been secured.

Tipping if the wind is buffeting the vehicle.



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

TECHNICAL DATA

The study, the conception and the technical specifications are only suitable for tippers.
– Max pressure: 200 bars
– Proof pressure: 300 bars
– Maximum speed: 0.2m/s
– Temperature: – 30°C to + 90°C
– Hydraulic mineral oil

MATERIALS

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

SEALS

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

RECOMMENDATIONS

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

STORAGE

– The cylinder rod must be greased before being stored.
– Protect the cylinder shaft and trunnions during high pressure steam cleaning.

SPARE PARTS

– Joint pockets

The normal operation of a telescopic cylinder consists in the regular lifting of a tipper body to progressively empty its load over its path, while respecting the operating and safety conditions.
A tipping system is solely a lifting device, it cannot, under any circumstances, stabilise or guide the tipper body.
On choosing a cylinder, the weight C is equal to the weight of the body added to the weight of the load.

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