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  • HUSKY MASTER & SUPER MASTER MOBILE HYDRUALIC FLOOR CRANES

    Operation & Maintenance Manual Air Technical Industries 7501 Clover Ave Mentor, OH 44060 T.F. 800.321.9680 Ph. 440.951.5191 Fx. 440.953.9237 e-mail: ati@airtechnical.com web: www.airtechnical.com

    Models HM-2000 HM-4000 HM-6000 SM-2000 SM-4000 SM-6000

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    Table of Contents

    Responsibilities of Owners/Users 3 Special Warnings, Cautions & Restrictions 4 General Information 5 Installation & Start-up 5 Load Chart 6 Operating Instructions 7 Maintenance Instructions 10 Cylinder Assembly 11 Cylinder Diagram 12 Troubleshooting 13 Husky Master Diagram 15 Super Master Diagram 16 Super Master Outrigger Diagram 17 Parts List 18 Warranty & Return Policy 21

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    Responsibilities of Owners/Users Deflection It is the responsibility of the user/purchaser to advise the manufacturer where deflection may be critical to the application. Inspection and Maintenance The crane shall be inspected and maintained in proper working order in accordance with the manufacturer's operating/maintenance manual and safe operating practices. Only trained personnel and authorized personnel shall be permitted to perform maintenance/service operations on the crane. Maintenance/service personnel shall have:

     Read and/or have explained and understood, the manufacturer's operating/maintenance manual, and all safety rules and labels, prior to performing any maintenance/service operations on the equipment.

     Full time unlimited access to the manufacturer's operating/maintenance manual. Removal from Service Any crane not in safe operating condition such as, but not limited to, excessive leakage, missing rollers, pins, or fasteners, any bent or cracked structural members, cut or frayed electric, hydraulic, or air lines, damaged or malfunctioning controls or safety devices, etc. shall be removed from service until it is repaired to he original manufacturer's standards. Repairs All repairs shall be made by qualified personnel in conformance with the manufacturer's instructions. Operators Only trained personnel and authorized personnel shall be permitted to operate the crane. Before Operation Before using the crane, the operator shall have:

     Read and/or have explained, and understood, the manufacturer's operating instructions and safety rules.  Inspected the crane for proper operation and condition. Any suspect item shall be carefully examined and

    a determination made by a qualified person as to whether it constitutes a hazard. All items not in conformance with the manufacturer's specification shall be corrected before further use of the crane.

    During Operation The crane shall only be used in accordance with the manufacturer's operating/maintenance manual.

     Do not overload the crane.  Ensure that all safety devices are operational and in place.

    Modifications or Alterations Modifications or alterations of equipment shall be made only with written permission from the original manufacturer. These changes shall be in conformance with all applicable provisions of applicable standards and shall be as safe as the equipment was before modification. These changes shall also satisfy all safety recommendations of the original equipment manufacturer for the particular application of the crane.

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    Special Warnings, Cautions & Restrictions Inspection Upon receipt of the equipment, inspect thoroughly for damage sustained in transit. Make note of any noticeable or potential damage on the bill of lading. After un-packaging, inspect for any concealed damage and report immediately to the freight carrier. Safe Operation WARNING LABELS

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    General Information You are now the proud owner/user of an Air Technical Industries, hydraulic-operated crane. The Husky Master and Super Master floor cranes are designed for heavy duty lifting, loading and positioning; they are engineered for maximum safety and stability. These ruggedly constructed cranes will give dependable, long lasting performance. The heavy duty hydraulic lifting cylinder on the standard model is actuated by a hand operated pump. Optional electric power is available, either 12 volts DC or 110 volts AC. These power packs are also available with optional remote control. HM-2000 HM-4000 HM-6000

    HM-2000-A HM-4000-A HM-6000-A HM-2000-P16 HM-4000-P16 HM-6000-P16

    HM-2000-S12 HM-4000-S12 HM-6000-S12

    HMXW-2000 HMXW-4000 HMXW-6000

    SM-2000 SM-4000 SM-6000

    SM-2000-A SM-4000-A SM-6000-A SM-2000-P16 SM-4000-P16 SM-6000-P16

    SM-2000-S12 SM-4000-S12 SM-6000-S12

    SM-2000-BP SM-4000-BP SM-6000-BP Installation and Start-Up This equipment has been delivered fully assembled and ready for operation.

    Standard Basic Unit

    Husky Master Floor Crane with Adjustable Legs. They can be locked at three different overall widths: Narrow (32”) for travel through standard doorways. Intermediate (48”) and Wide (64”) for maximum stability

    Standard Basic Unit with Large Pneumatic Wheels for smoother and quieter operation, indoors or outdoors, or for maximum floor protection.

    Standard Basic Unit with Large Solid Rubber-Tired Wheels – is suited for outdoor operation – where floors require extra protection, for quieter, smoother operation.

    Super Master Floor Crane with Adjustable Legs. They can be locked at three different overall widths: Narrow (32”) for travel through standard doorways. Intermediate (48”) and Wide (64”) for maximum stability

    Standard Basic Unit with fully rotating base instead of legs – suitable for mounting on a truck

    Standard Basic Unit

    Standard Basic Unit with Large Solid Rubber-Tired Wheels – is suited for outdoor operation – where floors require extra protection, for quieter, smoother operation.

    Standard Basic Unit with Large Pneumatic Wheels for smoother and quieter operation, indoors or outdoors, or for maximum floor protection.

    Standard Basic Unit with an extra wide wheel base

    SUPER MASTER MODELS

    HUSKY MASTER MODELS

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    Operating Instructions I. STANDARD BOOM LIFT

    When the Husky is furnished with only the boom lifting function, the hydraulic system becomes very simple. The raising and lowering of the boom would be as follows: A MANUAL HAND PUMP

    1. To Raise the boom: Close the Hydraulic release valve by turning the valve clockwise until snug. [The valve is located on the right side of the mast.] Actuate the hydraulic system.

    2. To lower the boom: Open the hydraulic valve by turning the valve counterclockwise. When the boom is lowered to desired position, close the valve.

    B POWER PACK – AC or DC 1. To raise the boom:

    Depress the up button mounted near the motor 2. Open the hydraulic valve by turning the valve counterclockwise. When the boom is lowered to desired position, close the valve.

    If additional hydraulic functions are added, operation is as follows: II. POWER PACK

    The electric motor must be switched “on” for the following functions of the crane: A. To raise the boom B. To lower the boom C. Powered telescopic extension boom out D. Powered telescopic extension boom in *The switch “on” is not required on battery powered DC motor.

    A. TO RAISE THE BOOM

    Switch motor “on”. Actuate hydraulic cylinder by pulling handle on control valve.

    B. TO LOWER THE BOOM Switch motor “off”. Actuate hydraulic cylinder by pushing handle on control valve.

    C. POWERED TELESCOPIC EXTENSION BOOM OUT Switch motor “on”. Actuate hydraulic cylinder through handle on control valve. PLEASE NOTE: The capacity of the crane decreases as the boom length increases (See counterweights-capacity)

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    D. POWERED TELESCOPIC EXTENSION BOOM IN

    Switch motor “on”. Actuate hydraulic cylinder through handle on control valve.

    III. CHANGE THE LENGTH OF MANUAL EXTENSION BOOM – GOOSENECK BOOM

    1. Loosen the boom screw 2. Move telescopic section to desired length 3. Lock in place by tightening the boom lock

    screw NOTE: Make sure that the point of the screw lock is engaged in one of the locking recesses. PLEASE NOTE: The capacity of the crane decreases as the boom length increases.

    IV. REMOTE CONTROLS If remote control option is ordered the hydraulic functions will actuate by momentary push button of its respective function.

    V. TO POSITION ADJUSTABLE LEGS

    1. Remove the locking pins from their holes located

    on the base of the crane and the wheel yokes. 2. Position the legs at the desired leg spread. 3. Insert the locking pins back into their lock holes.

    NOTE: The leg spread is set at three different positions: Narrow: 32” Intermediate: 48”

    Maximum: 64” VI. COUNTERWEIGHTS

    Add necessary counterweights when the crane is to be loaded to full capacity. Use the following formula to calculate the approximate required counterweights: 150lbs. per foot of boom extension per 1000l