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  • GBJ Series Hydraulic Bottle Jacks

    Instruction Manual

    POWERFUL SOLUTIONS. GLOBAL FORCE.

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    L4000 Rev. C 04/13

    1.0 DESCRIPTION

    Enerpac GBJ Series hydraulic bottle jacks are designed for lifting loads. These products meet American National Standard specifi cations ANSI/ASME PALD 2009 and ASME B30.1-2009.

    Read instructions and safety information carefully before attempting to assemble, operate or

    maintain the bottle jack. Failure to comply with instructions could result in personal injury and/or property damage. Retain instructions for reference.

    Repair parts sheets for this product are available from the Enerpac web site at www.enerpac.com, or from your nearest Authorized Enerpac Service Center or Enerpac sales offi ce.

    2.0 BOTTLE JACK SAFETY INFORMATION

    2.1 Hazard Statements

    The following hazard alert statements are used in this instruction manual:

    DANGER: Indicates imminent danger to the user. Failure to observe precaution may result in serious personal injury or death.

    WARNING: Failure to observe precaution may result in personal injury or death.

    CAUTION: Failure to observe precaution may result in personal injury and/or damage to jack.

    Always read and understand all hazard statements before operating the jack or making repairs.

    2.2 General Bottle Jack Safety Precautions

    DANGER: Failure to heed the following precautions and instructions may result in serious personal injury or death and possible

    loss of load. Property damage and/or damage to the jack may also occur.

    See Fig. 1.

    Read and understand all instructions and safety precautions in this manual before using jack.

    The jack is a lifting device only. Support the load immediately after lifting with appropriately rated stands or equivalent blocking. Never use the jack to support the load in the raised position after lifting is completed.

    Use the jack only on a hard, level surface capable of sustaining the load. If used on an incline or soft ground, the jack may tilt, the saddle may slip and serious injury from falling objects may occur.

    Do not work under a load supported by hydraulics. Never place your arm, leg or body under a load that is supported only by the jack. Working under vehicles and other heavy objects with the jack in the raised position is strictly forbidden. Serious personal injury or death may occur if the jack lowers unexpectedly or slips out from under the load.

    Be sure lift point is stable and that load is centered on the jack saddle.

    Pump handle force must not exceed maximum permitted for the jack model being used. See table in Section 4.0.

    Keep jack away from fl ames and heat. Do not weld or modify jack.

    Index: English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7Franais . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-14Deutsch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-21Italiano . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-28Espaol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29-35Netherlands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-42Portuguese . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43-49 Finnish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50-56Norwegian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57-63Swedish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64-70 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71-77 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78-84

    Fig. 1 - Safety Precautions

    Do NOT ExceedMaximum Force

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    7. Never attempt to service, repair or adjust the jack while it is supporting a load.

    8. Use the jack only in ambient temperatures between -4to 158F [-20 to +70C].

    9. Allow only trained and qualifi ed hydraulic specialists to inspect and repair the jack. Use only genuine Enerpac replacement parts and Enerpac HF Series hydraulic oil.

    3.0 RECEIVING INSTRUCTIONS

    Visually inspect all components for shipping damage. Shipping damage is not covered by warranty. If shipping damage is found, notify carrier at once. The carrier is responsible for all repair and replacement costs resulting from damage in shipment.

    2.3 Additional Bottle Jack Safety Precautions

    1. Do not overload the jack. Load must not exceed the jacks rated capacity.

    2. Do not lift the load higher than necessary.

    3. Do not place objects under the load being lifted by the jack.

    4. Do not apply force to any object being lifted by the jack.

    5. Remove the pump handle from the handle socket on jack when not in use. Use only the pump handle supplied with the jack or an exact replacement of the same specifi cations.

    6. Do not remove the jack oil fi ll/air release plug for any reason unless jack is fully lowered.

    Notes:

    Capacities shown in tons are nominal, values in kN are actual.

    Jack model not equipped with extension screw.

    Dimensions shown are approximate. All product specifi cations are subject to change without notice.

    4.0 SPECIFICATIONS

    Model

    Capacitytons [kN]

    Max. Stroke

    inch [mm]

    Min. Heightinch [mm]

    Max. Height

    inch [mm]

    Max. Pump Handle Force

    lb [kgf]

    Ext. Screw Height

    inch [mm]

    Net Weightlb [kg]

    Base Areainch [mm]

    GBJ-002 2 [19.6] 3.94 [100] 6.30 [160] 12.20 [310] 88.2 [40] 1.97 [50] 7.9 [3.6] 3.74 x 4.37[95 x 111]

    GBJ-002L 2 [19.6] 18.11 [460] 22.44 [570] 40.55 [1030] 88.2 [40] 21.1 [9.6]5.00 x 5.00[127 x 127]

    GBJ-003 3 [29.4] 4.13 [105] 6.61 [168] 13.31 [338] 103.6 [47] 2.56 [65] 9.0 [4.1] 3.74 x 4.57[95 x 116]

    GBJ-005 5 [49] 5.91 [150] 8.35 [212] 17.20 [437] 110.2 [50] 2.95 [75] 11.0 [5.0] 3.74 x 4.84[95 x 123]

    GBJ-008 8 [78.4] 5.91 [150] 8.62 [219] 17.48 [444] 88.2 [40] 2.95 [75] 13.0 [5.9] 3.74 x 5.43[95 x 138]

    GBJ-010 10 [98] 5.91 [150] 8.62 [219] 17.48 [444] 88.2 [40] 2.95 [75] 14.3 [6.5] 3.74 x 5.59[95 x 142]

    GBJ-010S 10 [98] 2.44 [62] 5.16 [131] 8.78 [223] 88.2 [40] 1.18 [30] 12.1 [5.5] 3.74 x 5.59[95 x 142]

    GBJ-015 15 [147] 5.91 [150] 8.98 [228] 17.83 [453] 88 2 [40] 2.95 [75] 19.8 [9.0] 4.41 x 6.42[112 x 163]

    GBJ-020 20 [196] 5.91 [150] 9.21 [234] 18.07 [459] 88.2 [40] 2.95 [75] 26.7 [12.1] 5.00 x 6.73[127 x 171]

    GBJ-020S 20 [196] 4.13 [105] 7.48 [190] 13.78 [350] 88.2 [40] 2.17 [55] 22.0 [10.0] 5.00 x 6.73[127 x 171]

    GBJ-030 30 [294] 5.91 [150] 9.53 [242] 18.39 [467] 88.2 [40] 2.95 [75] 34.2 [15.5] 5.59 x 7.72[142 x 196]

    GBJ-050 50 [490] 5.91 [150] 9.92 [252] 15.83 [402] 88.2 [40] 62.8 [28.5]7.09 x 9.06[180 x 230]

    GBJ-100 100 [980] 5.91 [150] 11.81 [300] 17.72 [450] 66.1 [30] 191.8 [87.0]11.65 x 13.11

    [296 x 333]

    This tool conforms with the requirements for CE Marking.

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    5.2 Lifting the Load

    1. Using rectangular end of pump handle, turn relief valve stem clockwise until valve is fully closed.

    CAUTION: To prevent damage, do not use excessive force when closing the release valve.

    2. Position jack under proper lift point. Refer to Section 8.0 for jack transporting and positioning information.

    3. Insert pump handle into handle socket. Length and quantity of handle segments will vary, depending on jack model.

    Note: Model GBJ-100 has two pumps. For this jack model, insert pump handle into the socket on the low pressure pump.

    4. Operate pump handle until the saddle makes solid contact with the load. On models equipped with an extension screw, adjust the screw height as required. Be sure that the load is perpendicular to the center of the jack saddle.

    WARNING: During lifting, the inclinedload must not exceed

    6degrees. See Fig. 4.

    5.0 OPERATION

    5.1 Before Using the Jack

    1. Inspect the condition of the jack before use. Do not use the jack if it is damaged, missing parts or if it is leaking oil. Refer to Section 6.3 for a detailed list of inspection items.

    2. Lubricate the pump linkage and pivot pins with lubricating oil. Refer to Section 6.4 for lubrication points.

    3. Remove oil fi ll/air release plug and check oil level. Refer to Section 6.1 for oil specifi cations and additional information.

    4. Using rectangular end of pump handle, turn relief valve stem counter-clockwise to open valve (do not turn more than two revolutions). See Fig. 3.

    5. Insert pump handle into handle socket. Operate handle 6 to 8 strokes. This will help lubricate the pumps internal parts prior to lifting.

    Note: If ram rises erratically or if a spongy feel is noticed while pumping under load, perform air bleeding procedure. Refer to Section 6.2.

    Fig. 2 - Features and Components

    Key:

    1. Saddle (all except GBJ-002L)

    2. Ram

    3. Oil Fill/Air Release Plug

    4. Handle Socket

    5. Pump (all except GBJ-100)

    6. Release Valve

    7. Pump Handle

    8. Low Pressure Pump(GBJ-100 only)

    9. High Pressure Pump(GBJ-100 only)

    10. Pressure Gauge(GBJ-100 only)

    11. Lifting Handle(GBJ-020 thruGBJ-100 only)

    Models GBJ-002 - GBJ-050

    Fig. 3 - Release Valve

    Model GBJ-100

    GBJ-002L ONLY

    Fig. 4 - Inclined Load

    OPEN CLOSE

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    Note: Model GBJ-100 should not be used in the horizontal position.

    6.0 MAINTENANCE

    6.1 Adding Hydraulic Oil

    If oil level is low, add additional oil as described in the following steps. Be careful to avoid dirt entry during fi lling.

    1. With ram fully retracted, set the jack in the upright position. Be sure surface under jack is level.

    2. Remove the oil fi ll/ai

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