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Multi-System
Owner’s Manual
MS SERIES
Operation and Parts
MS8R, MS20R
MS30R, MS40R
MS60R, MS130R
Document P/N 150-9042
Printed 01/2011
MS SERIES
Introduction
To our customer
1
Introduction
To our customer
Thank you for purchasing a Breaker Technology (BTI) product for your
application. At BTI, we pride ourselves in the equipment we manufacture
and distribute.
BTI has led the way providing equipment and services for construction,
aggregate and mining industries for over 50 years. Technology plays a
critical role in the company’s continued success. BTI enjoys a reputation
for engineering products with the most advanced technologies, yet the
resulting systems are remarkably easy to use.
At BTI, we believe our product is the industry standard, without
exception. Meticulous care has been taken to ensure that this product
will meet rigorous product requirements. Using up-to-date CAD modelling
software, complemented with finite element analysis, you can be satisfied
that our product will meet and exceed your prerequisites. Our Thornbury
facilities are ISO 9001:2008 compliant and to ISO 14001:2004, which
is an internationally recognized environmental management system. As
always, BTI is committed to continuous improvements translated into
positive action.
We feel fortunate to say that our team consists of seasoned, longterm, dedicated employees. They are able to respond quickly from our
strategically located sales and service locations to any questions you
may have.
Canada & International
Phone (519) 599-2015 | (866) BTI-PART [284-7278] | Fax: (519) 599-6803
35 Elgin Street | P.O. Box 130 | Thornbury, Ontario, Canada N0H 2P0
www.rockbreaker.com
Western USA & Mexico
Phone (951) 369-0878 | Fax: (951) 369-8281
3453 Durahart Street | Riverside, CA 92507
Eastern USA
Phone (440) 248-7168 | Fax: (440) 248-8645
30625 Solon Industrial Parkway | Solon, OH 44139
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Introduction
Foreword
Foreword
This book is intended as a guide to the use and maintenance of the BTI
MS Series Hydraulic Multi-System. Keep it with the operator at all times.
Replace it immediately if it becomes lost.
The Hydraulic Multi-System is designed to tackle various types of jobs
using just one machine body and the interchangeability of various types
of jaw sets. Crusher, Combi Cutter, Pulverizer, Shear, Plate Shear and
Recycling jaw sets can be interchanged for demolition, pulverization,
cutting scrap metal and steel sections. The Multi-System’s level of
productivity is excellent because it is easy to use.
The BTI Hydraulic Multi-System can be installed on the excavator to
replace the outer stick boom as a second member, or by replacing the
bucket as a third member.
Multi-System installed as a second member.
Multi-System installed as a third member.
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Contents
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Contents
Introduction..................................................... 1
To our customer........................................................... 1
Foreword...................................................................... 2
General Information....................................... 4
Multi-System Jaw Set Types........................................ 4
Product Identification Plate.......................................... 5
Decals.......................................................................... 6
Specifications............................................................... 7
Machine Dimensions.................................................... 8
Sizing the Hydraulic Multi-System.............................. 10
Maximum Shearing Capacity (Shear Jaw set)........... 12
Matching the Multi-System to an Excavator............... 13
Safety Rules.................................................. 15
General Safety Instructions........................................ 15
Hazard Alerts.............................................................. 18
Transporting............................................................... 25
Installation..................................................... 26
Controls...................................................................... 26
Hose Installation Table............................................... 26
Installing the Multi-System......................................... 27
Hydraulic Circuits....................................................... 28
Speed Valve Schematic............................................. 29
Operation....................................................... 31
Start-up...................................................................... 31
Multi-System Operation.............................................. 31
Jaw Set Replacement.............................................. 32
Removal and Storage................................... 35
Multi-System Removal............................................... 35
Maintenance.................................................. 37
General Information................................................... 37
Changing Oil in Rotation Gearbox............................. 39
Cutting Blades............................................................ 40
Replaceable Tooth System......................................... 41
Filler Material.............................................................. 44
Play Take-up System ................................................. 45
Maintenance Schedule............................................... 47
Grease Specifications .............................................. 48
Tightening Torques..................................................... 49
MS Series Parts
MS20R....................................................................... 51
Main Structure Assembly........................................ 51
Cylinder & Rotation Feed Assembly....................... 52
Rotation Control Assembly...................................... 53
Cylinder Feed Assembly......................................... 54
Speed Valve............................................................ 55
MS20-MP2 Crusher Jaw Set.................................. 56
MS20-D-MP Crusher Jaw Set................................. 57
MS20-MF2 Pulverizer Jaw Set............................... 58
MS20-D-MF2 Pulverizer Jaw Set............................ 59
MS20-MC2 Shear Jaw Set..................................... 60
MS20-MM2 Combi Jaw Set.................................... 61
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MS20-D-MM Combi Jaw Set.................................. 62
MS20-ML Plate Shear Jaw Set............................... 63
MS30R....................................................................... 64
Main Structure Assembly........................................ 64
Cylinder & Rotation Feed Assembly....................... 65
Rotation Control Assembly...................................... 66
Cylinder Feed Assembly......................................... 67
Speed Valve............................................................ 68
MS30-MP2 Crusher Jaw Set.................................. 69
MS30-D-MP Crusher Jaw Set................................. 70
MS30-MF2 Pulverizer Jaw Set............................... 71
MS30-D-MF Pulverizer Jaw Set.............................. 72
MS30-MC2 Shear Jaw Set..................................... 73
MS30-MM2 Combi Jaw Set.................................... 74
MS30-D-MM Combi Jaw Set.................................. 75
MS30-ML Plate Shear Jaw Set............................... 76
MS40R....................................................................... 77
Main Structure Assembly........................................ 77
Cylinder & Rotation Feed Assembly....................... 78
Rotation Control Assembly...................................... 79
Cylinder Feed Assembly......................................... 80
MS40-MP1 Crusher Jaw Set.................................. 81
MS40-D-1MP Crusher Jaw Set............................... 82
MS40-MF1 Pulverizer Jaw Set............................... 83
MS40-D-MF1 Pulverizer Jaw Set............................ 84
MS40-MC2 Shear Jaw Set..................................... 85
MS40-MM1 Combi Jaw Set.................................... 86
MS40-D-MM Combi Jaw Set.................................. 87
MS40-ML Plate Shear Jaw Set............................... 88
MS60R....................................................................... 89
Main Structure Assembly........................................ 89
Cylinder & Rotation Feed Assembly....................... 90
Rotation Control Assembly...................................... 91
Cylinder Feed Assembly......................................... 92
MS60-MP Crusher Jaw Set.................................... 93
MS60-MF Pulverizer Jaw Set................................. 94
MS60-D-MF Pulverizer Jaw Set.............................. 95
MS60-MC Shear Jaw Set....................................... 96
MS60-MM Combi Jaw Set...................................... 97
MS60-ML Plate Shear Jaw Set............................... 98
MS130R..................................................................... 99
Main Structure Assembly........................................ 99
Cylinder & Rotation Feed Assembly..................... 100
Rotation Control Assembly.................................... 101
Cylinder Feed Assembly....................................... 102
Valve Feed Assembly............................................ 103
MS130-B-MP Crusher Jaw Set............................. 104
MS130-MP Crusher Jaw Set................................ 105
MS130-MC Shear Jaw Set................................... 106
Warranty...................................................... 107
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General Information
Multi-System Jaw Set Types
General Information
Multi-System Jaw Set Types
The Crusher Jaw Set is suitable for
the demolition of pillars, reinforced
concrete bridges, retaining walls,
buildings and foundations. Demolition
time is fast and highly efficient
compared to conventional methods.
Cutting blades can shear rebar when
Crusher Jaws are used for reinforced
concrete demolition.
The Shear Jaw Set is suitable for
breaking up section bars, iron girders
and railway cars. Scrapping time is
much less compared to conventional
methods.
The Combi Cutter Jaw Set is suitable
for breaking up structures having a
high content of ferrous material. Its
special structure performs demolition
that is a combination of the type done
with the Crusher Jaws and the Shear
Jaws.
The Plate Shear Jaw Set is a spin-off
of the Shear Jaws. They are designed
to cut large plates and tanks that
would be hard to do with the Shear
Jaws.
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The Pulverizer Jaw Set is designed
to perform demolition and crushing
work. Blocks of cement (derived from
the primary demolition performed with
the Crusher Jaws) are reduced to
small fragments. The cutting blades
on the jaws are used to cut rebar. The
materials obtained from this type of
demolition can be recycled.
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Product Identification Plate
5
Product Identification Plate
Always state the product serial number (S.N.) as shown on the
identification tag below in any correspondence with BTI or any authorized
customer service center.
The tag is found in the side of the mounting bracket.
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Decals
Decals
1.
6.
WARNING!
WARNING!
Read the Owner’s Manual.
Beware of Flying Objects.
2.
A – Attachment opening.
7.
3.
C – Attachment closing.
Keep Safety Distance of 65 ft (20 m).
4.
8.
DANGER!
Oil temperature warning. Hydraulic oil can reach very
high temperatures and can burn the skin. Allow
machine to cool before servicing.
5.
Lift point.
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WARNING!
CAUTION!
Beware of high pressure fluids.
Consult the owner’s manual before servicing.
9.
R – Attachment Rotation
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Specifications
Specifications
Specification
Units
MS8R
MS20R
MS30R
MS40R
MS60R
MS130R
RECOMMENDED –2nd Member
CARRIER WEIGHT –3rd Member
Metric
Tonnes
8–10
12–18
18–25
15–24
25–35
24–40
35–50
30–50
50–75
80–120
120–160
Working Pressure Range
psi
bar
4,206-4,641
290-320
3,626-4,351
250-300
4,641-5,076
320-350
4,641-5,076
320-350
4,641-5,076
320-350
4,641-5,076
320-350
Oil Flow Required
gpm
l/min
26-32
100-120
40-53
150-200
53-66
200-250
66-79
250-300
74-85
280-320
159-212
600-800
Hydraulic Motor Working
Pressure Range
psi
bar
2,755-2,900
190-200
1,305-1,450
90-100
1,305-1,450
90-100
1,450-1,668
100-115
1,450-1,668
100-115
2,755-2,900
190-200
Hydraulic Motor
Oil Flow Required
gpm
l/min
2.6-4
10-15
8-11
30-40
8-11
30-40
8-11
30-40
8-11
30-40
16-20
60-75
Open Time
seconds
1.91
2.6
2.44
4.16
6.63
9.96
Close Time
seconds
2.92
2.49
2.94
4.34
5.3
3.82
Cycles/min at Maximum
Oil Flow
cycles
12.4
11.8
11.1
7.1
5
4.4
Cylinder Output Force
ton
62
110
145
215
247
396
Attachment Weight (Includes standard coupler, except for model MS130R)
Crusher Jaw Set
lb
kg
1,863
845
4,960
2 250
6,063
2 750
10,031
4 550
14,330
6 500
28,660
13 000
Pulverizer Jaw Set
lb
kg
-
5,071
2 300
6,393
2 900
10,251
4 650
15,432
7 000
n/a
n/a
Shear Jaw Set
lb
kg
1797
815
4,960
2 250
6,283
2 850
10,031
4 550
14,550
6 600
28,660
13 000
Combi Cutter Jaw Set
lb
kg
n/a
n/a
5,071
2 300
6,393
2 900
10,362
4 700
14,550
6 600
-
Plate Shear Jaw Set
lb
kg
-
4,740
2 150
5,842
2 650
9,480
4 300
13,228
6 000
-
Recycling Jaw Set
lb
kg
-
5,071
2 300
6,834
3 100
-
-
-
Crusher Jaw
ton
43
81
96
136
151
356
Pulverizer Jaw
ton
-
86
90
146
176
n/a
Force at Outer Tips
Shear Jaw
ton
56
80
95
142
166
417
Combi Cutter Jaw
ton
n/a
73
87
131
138
-
Plate Shear Jaw
ton
-
60
100
160
185
-
Recycling Jaw
ton
-
85
91
-
-
-
Cutting Force
(Primary Blade Center)
Shear Jaw
ton
119
201
232
352
417
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Machine Dimensions
Machine Dimensions
Crusher
Jaw Set
Shear Jaw Set
Combi Cutter
Jaw Set
Plate Shear
Jaw Set
Pulverizer
Jaw Set
NOTE: Recycling Jaw Set not shown
Specification
Units
MS8R
MS20R
MS30R
MS40R
MS60R
MS130R
Maximum Opening (A)
Crusher Jaw Set
in
mm
24.0
610
32.3
820
35.4
900
47.2
1200
67.1
1705
98.4
2500
Pulverizer Jaw Set
in
mm
-
28.7
730
34.4
875
37.4
950
49.2
1250
n/a
n/a
Shear Jaw Set
in
mm
9.1
230
17.5
445
19.1
485
24.4
620
34.4
875
45.3
1150
Combi Cutter Jaw Set
in
mm
n/a
n/a
27.6
700
32.5
825
42.3
1075
54.5
1385
-
Plate Shear Jaw Set
in
mm
-
8.9
225
8.9
225
11.2
285
15.7
400
-
Recycling Jaw Set
in
mm
-
21.7
550
28.7
730
-
-
-
Jaw Depth (B)
Crusher Jaw Set
in
mm
25.6
650
26.0
660
30.9
785
40.0
1015
45.7
1160
57.1
1450
Pulverizer Jaw Set
in
mm
-
24.4
620
30.7
780
33.5
850
35.6
905
n/a
n/a
Shear Jaw Set
in
mm
15.6
396
18.9
480
16.1
410
27.0
685
31.1
790
35.4
900
Combi Cutter Jaw Set
in
mm
n/a
n/a
26.4
670
33.1
840
40.6
1030
44.1
1120
-
Plate Shear Jaw Set
in
mm
-
14.8
375
14.8
375
18.3
465
28.7
730
-
Recycling Jaw Set
in
mm
-
14.2
360
25.0
635
-
-
-
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Machine Dimensions
Specification
Units
MS8R
Crusher Jaw Set
in
mm
68.9
1750
Pulverizer Jaw Set
in
mm
Shear Jaw Set
MS20R
MS30R
MS40R
MS60R
MS130R
81.1
2060
88.2
2240
119.9
3045
128.1
3255
169.3
4300
-
79.5
2020
89.0
2260
116.1
2950
121.9
3095
n/a
n/a
in
mm
66.1
1680
78.3
1990
81.5
2070
112.0
2845
124.6
3165
163.4
4150
Combi Cutter Jaw Set
in
mm
n/a
n/a
82.7
2100
87.4
2220
120.9
3070
132.1
3355
-
Plate Shear Jaw Set
in
mm
-
82.1
2085
124.4
3160
106.5
2705
121.7
3090
-
Recycling Jaw Set
in
mm
-
78.7
2000
90.9
2310
-
-
-
Crusher Jaw Set
in
mm
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Pulverizer Jaw Set
in
mm
-
15.4
390
15.4
390
18.9
480
31.5
800
n/a
n/a
Shear Jaw Set
in
mm
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
Combi Cutter Jaw Set
in
mm
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
-
Plate Shear Jaw Set
in
mm
-
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
n/a
-
Recycling Jaw Set
in
mm
-
9.8
250
16.7
425
-
-
-
9
Height (C)
Width (D)
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Sizing the Hydraulic Multi-System
Sizing the Hydraulic Multi-System
The system must be sized properly for the work it will need to do and the
carrier it will be mounted to.
Based on type of work
This is the most important item to consider when sizing a multi-system
attachment–what it will need to do!
Refer to the table “Maximum Shearing Capacity” on page 12 to assist in
deciding the attachment required for the application.
Consideration must be given to the duty cycle. With continuous
operation, it would be recommended to go up one size above
the selected model. This will provide a long-term benefit of lower
maintenance and higher productivity. Applications where the attachment
will only be operated part of the time can be sized according to the
material it will need to process.
Based on the carrier size
The carrier that is selected to operate the attachment must have the
necessary oil flow and lift capacity to safely handle it plus any material
that may be held in the jaw. BTI has assigned a recommended Carrier
Weight Range for 2nd and 3rd member installation for each multi-system
attachment (see page 11). If the operating weight of the carrier falls
within this range, the carrier will safely handle this model. If the desired
attachment size falls outside of this recommended carrier weight range,
the carrier’s lifting capacity and oil flow will need to be verified to ensure
a proper fit.
Lifting Capacity: The maximum lifting capacity of the carrier at any
position must be equal to or greater than 1.3 times the weight of the
attachment. Please consult the lifting specification of the excavator for
third member information and consult the manufacturer for lifting capacity
for second member installations. The maximum lifting capacity is usually
at the lowest when the boom is at full reach. This is the value that must
be compared to the operating weight of the attachment.
Oil Flow: A required oil flow range is specified for each multi-system
attachment. Oil flow within this range is adequate for operation. However,
for maximum cycle time the carrier should be capable of providing the
maximum required flow. Compare the maximum oil flow requirement
of the attachment with the oil flow capacity of the carrier. It may be
necessary to combine the flow from two pumps in order to provide the
required amount. Remember each multi-system attachment will require
an additional low flow circuit to operate the hydraulic rotation motor.
Refer to the following page outlining the recommended carrier weight
range for all the BTI multi-system attachment models.
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Sizing the Hydraulic Multi-System
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Carrier Weight Range
Find the carrier weight at the top of the chart. Follow this line down to
intersect with the suggested carrier weight range for each multi-system
model (gray bars). If the operating weight of the carrier falls within this
range, the carrier will safely handle this model.
The multi-system can be installed as a second member by replacing
the outer stick boom, or as a third member by replacing the bucket.
MS8R
8-10
MS20R
12-18
18-25
MS30R
15-24
25-35
MS40R
24-40
35-50
MS60R
30-50
50-75
MS130R
80-120
120-160
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(Shear Jaw set)
Maximum Shearing Capacity
(Shear Jaw set)
Imperial Sizes (inches)
Model
MS8R
Rod
Tube
IPE
Section
Number
HEA
Section
Number
Plate
L
Profile
—
6''X0.3''
­—
—
—
—
MS20R
2.2''
—
9.8''
6.3''
1/2''
—
MS30R
2.4''
—
13''
7.9''
9/16''
­—
MS40R
3.1''
—
17.7''
12.6''
11/16''
L6X6X3/4''
MS60R
3.5''
—
19.7''
12.6''
13/16''
L8X8X1''
MS130R
7.1''
23.6"X0.8"
39.4''
27.6''
1 5/8''
L20X20X1''
IPE
Section
Number
HEA
Section
Number
Metric Sizes (mm)
Model
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Tube
Plate
L
Profile
MS8R
—
152,4X8
—
—
—
—
MS20R
55
—
250
160
12
—
MS30R
60
—
330
200
14
—
MS40R
80
—
450
320
18
150X150X18
MS60R
90
—
500
320
20
200X200X24
MS130R
180
600X20
1000
700
40
500X500X25
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Matching the Multi-System to an Excavator
13
Matching the Multi-System to an Excavator
CAUTION
To avoid subjecting the attachment to excessive stresses, do not fit
the hydraulic multi-system to excavators with an operating mass
exceeding the values shown in the Carrier Weight Range chart on
page 11.
For installations that do not comply with the criteria shown, contact your
BTI representative to carry out any verification necessary to ensure the
safety of the combination.
WARNING
This condition guarantees the stability of the excavator ONLY when
working on a firm, level, supported horizontal surface.
Attachment Installed as a Third Member
Perform the following to verify excavator stability:
1) Obtain the minimum value of the lifting capacity through 360
degrees, calculated according to ISO 10567-92 or SAE/‌Std. N_‌J1097
or DIN 15019 standards reported in the excavator’s technical data.
2) Calculate LCmin
The excavator’s lifting capacity may be calculated with the bucket
mounted or removed. Consult the excavator’s technical data plate.
If the excavator’s lifting capacity is determined with the bucket
mounted, the LCmin is calculated by adding the bucket’s weight to
the lifting capacity.
If the excavator’s lifting capacity is determined at the bucket pin,
without the bucket, cylinder, bucket linkage and guide linkage,
LCmin is calculated by subtracting the weight of the bucket cylinder,
guide linkage and bucket linkage from the lifting capacity.
3) Obtain the mass M of the attachment from the product identification
plate.
4) Apply a correction factor K to the multi-system mass which takes into
consideration the overhang beyond bucket pivot.
For multi-systems K=1.2
Verify:
¯¯<,,,,,
Attachment weight (M) multiplied by the attachment correction factor
(K) is less than or equal to minimum lifting capacity (LCmin) of the
excavator.
M X K ≤ LCmin?
YES
The attachment can be fitted
NO
The attachment cannot be fitted
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(Shear Jaw set)
Attachment Installed as a Second Member
1) Obtain the minimum value of the lifting capacity through 360
degrees, calculated according to ISO 10567-92 or SAE/‌Std. N_‌J1097
or DIN 15019 standards reported in the excavator’s technical data.
2) Calculate LCmin
The excavator’s lifting capacity may be calculated with the bucket
mounted or removed. Consult the excavator’s technical data plate.
If the excavator’s lifting capacity is determined with the bucket
mounted, the LCmin is calculated by adding the bucket’s weight to
the lifting capacity.
If the excavator’s lifting capacity is determined at the bucket pin,
without the bucket, cylinder, bucket linkage and guide linkage,
LCmin is calculated by subtracting the weight of the bucket cylinder,
guide linkage and bucket linkage from the lifting capacity.
3) Obtain the mass M of the attachment from the product identification
plate.
4) Gather the following information from the excavator’s technical data
plate:
a) lb: Length of the boom (for two piece boom, lb is the sum of the
length of the two pieces).
b) Is: length of the stick which the multi-system is to be mounted.
c) Ms: total mass of the stick, of the bucket cylinder, bucket linkage
and guide linkage.
5) Obtain value C – Height from the table on page 9.
This is your multi-system’s C dimension.
Verify:
LCmin X (lb + ls) +Ms X (lb + Is/2)
lb + C + 2
YES
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Safety Rules
General Safety Instructions
Safety begins with the operator. Reading and understanding this Owner’s
Manual is the primary source in maintaining optimum performance from
the hydraulic multi-system. It is imperative that the operator reads and
understands all the safety information in this manual before proceeding.
BTI cannot anticipate every possible circumstance that might involve
a hazard. The hazard alerts in this publication and on the product are
therefore not all inclusive. If a tool, procedure, work method, or operating
technique not specifically recommended by BTI is used, you must
satisfy yourself that it is safe for you and others. You should also ensure
the hydraulic multi-system will not be damaged or made unsafe by the
operation, maintenance, or repair procedures you choose.
Make sure all decals are in good condition, and new components are
labeled correctly. Contact your distributor or BTI for replacement manuals
or decals.
Safety Alert Symbol
The symbol above appears at various points in the manual together
with warning text. It means—be alert! Your safety is involved. This
symbol is used throughout the manual to call attention to areas in
which carelessness or failure to follow specific procedures may result in
personal injury and/or component damage or malfunction.
It is the obligation of the operator to make sure that all warning decals
are in place on the machine and that they are readable. Accidents may
otherwise occur.
Hazard Levels
DANGER!
Immediate hazards that WILL result in severe personal injury or
death.
WARNING!
Hazards or unsafe practices that COULD result in severe personal
injury or death.
CAUTION!
Hazards or unsafe practices that COULD result in minor personal
injury or property damage.
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General Safety Instructions
Personal Protection
WARNING!
Know and use the protective equipment that is to be worn when
operating or servicing the carrier. Hard hats, protective glasses,
protective shoes, gloves, reflector type vests and ear protection are
types of equipment that may be required.
Head
Protection
Foot
Protection
Eye
Protection
Hearing
Protection
WARNING!
Avoid loose fitting clothing, loose or uncovered long hair, jewelry,
and loose personal articles. These can get caught in moving parts.
Jewelry may also ground a live circuit.
• Do not operate or service the attachment unless you are qualified to
do so.
• Never drive or operate any carrier while you are under the influence
of alcohol or drugs.
• Consult your supervisor if you do not understand the Hydraulic MultiSystem Owner’s Manual.
• Consult your carrier’s safety manual and follow the rules outlined
in it.
Machine Inspection
Before using the hydraulic multi-system, complete a daily walk-around
to identify any broken parts. Pay special attention to hoses and electrical
connections. Make repairs immediately.
• Never adjust a pressure relief valve or other pressure-limiting device
to a higher pressure than specified.
• Check to make sure hydraulic hoses are not worn or damaged, and
are routed to avoid chafing.
• Replace any hydraulic hose immediately that shows signs of
swelling, wear, leaks or damage before it bursts.
• Residual pressure may remain in the hydraulic system. Relieve
all pressure before disconnecting hoses or tubes. Tighten all
connections before applying pressure.
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Avoid high-pressure Fluids
WARNING!
Fluid escaping under pressure can penetrate the skin causing
serious injury. Relieve all pressure before disconnecting hoses. Do
not use your hand to check for leaks. Use a piece of cardboard.
• If skin penetration occurs, seek medical attention immediately.
• Always wear eye protection when working on the hydraulic system.
• Do not bend or strike high-pressure lines, tubes or hoses, or reinstall
them in a bent or damaged condition.
• Leaking hoses must be replaced immediately. Clean up all oil spills.
Avoid Unauthorized Machine Modifications
• Never substitute alternate parts not intended for the application. This
can create hazardous situations or machine failure.
• BTI Engineering must approve all attachment modifications. They
could affect reliability and machine stability.
Prevent Unintended Machine Movement
Stop engine before allowing anyone to approach machine. Be careful not
to accidentally actuate control levers when co-workers are present.
Prepare for Emergencies
Keep a first aid kit and multi-purpose fire extinguisher on or near the
machine. Know how to use them and know where to get help.
Prevent combustible debris from collecting in tight corners of the
machine. This debris by itself may not cause a fire; however, when mixed
with fuel, oil, or grease in a hot or confined space, the danger of fire
increases dramatically.
Working on Painted Surfaces
Heated paint gives off poisonous gases. Therefore, paint must be
removed from an area with a radius of at least 4 in (10 cm) before
carrying out welding, grinding or gas cutting. In addition to the health
hazard, the weld will be of inferior quality and strength if the paint is not
removed. That could cause the weld to eventually break.
Methods and precautionary measures when removing paint
Blasting – use respiratory protective equipment and protective goggles.
Paint remover or other chemicals – use a portable air extractor,
respiratory protective equipment and protective gloves.
Grinding – use a portable air extractor, respiratory protective equipment
and protective gloves and goggles.
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Hazard Alerts
Hazard Alerts
WARNING!
The hydraulic multi-system should only be mounted to excavators
with suitable lifting capacity. Refer to Carrier Weight Range chart on
page 11 of this Owner’s Manual.
WARNING!
When working overhead, always be aware of the possibility of
falling material fragments. Ensure that the machine is equipped
with the necessary protection and that the cab is of the F.O.P.S.
(Falling Object Protective Structure) type.
WARNING!
Keep a minimum distance of 65 ft (20 m) from the excavator
operating area.
Protect bystanders from the working area to prevent injuries. Proceed
carefully when moving the excavator.
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WARNING!
The hydraulic multi-system must only be used by a skilled operator
who has read and understood the Owner’s Manual.
WARNING!
Do not allow any unauthorized person to operate or carry out any
type of maintenance.
WARNING!
In any dangerous situation, the operator must release the hydraulic
multi-system grip immediately.
WARNING!
Do not move or cut material overhead or above other people and
other working machines.
WARNING!
Do not use the multi-system to execute maneuvers other than the
hydraulic opening and closing of the jaws. Reposition if necessary.
WARNING!
The hydraulic multi-system must be used only on the condition that
it has been installed correctly using the attachment bracket and
pins.
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Hazard Alerts
WARNING!
Do not use the hydraulic multi-system for lifting, hammering, or
transporting materials.
WARNING!
If the hydraulic multi-system becomes entangled in the
reinforcement bars of the structure being demolished, free it before
proceeding.
WARNING!
Do not use the hydraulic multi-system for lifting or for extracting
pieces driven in the ground.
WARNING!
Do not begin demolition work from lower parts of a structure. The
upper part could collapse.
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WARNING!
Do not use the hydraulic multi-system to hammer against the
structure being demolished.
WARNING!
The excavator boom must be moved safely with slow, accurate
movements. Avoid sudden movements.
WARNING!
Do not use the hydraulic multi-system to:
• Pull
• Push
• Push sideways
• Hammer
• Strike
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Hazard Alerts
WARNING!
Ensure that the structure supporting your machine is strong
enough to support it’s weight.
Danger of falling!
WARNING!
Stay a minimum of 30 ft (9,1 m) away from overhead wires with any
part of the machine.
WARNING!
To keep dust at a minimum during operation, spray the work area
with water.
WARNING!
Before cutting thin material, ensure cutting blades are in good
condition and that the spacing between the blades is correct.
Material will get stuck between them if spacing is incorrect.
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WARNING!
Before performing any maintenance, adjustment, or cleaning
procedure on the attachment, lower it to the ground and turn the
engine OFF. Release residual hydraulic oil pressure by actuating
the multi-system rotation function and the jaw open and close
functions.
De-pressurize the oil reservoir by loosening the reservoir cap.
Fasten a “DO NOT OPERATE” or similar tag in the cab.
WARNING!
During cleaning, assembly, disassembly, maintenance or
transportation, place the attachment in a stable position.
Unintentional movement of parts can be prevented with ties,
supports, blocks etc.
WARNING!
Maintenance of the multi-system thrust bearing must only be
performed by an authorized technician. Use a torque wrench to
tighten the screws.
WARNING!
Use only hoses, fittings and adapters for hydraulic connections that
conform to standards SAEJ517 or DIN20066 for the specified
pressure.
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WARNING!
Oils can reach high temperature. Before starting any cleaning or
maintenance procedure, wait for the oil to cool.
WARNING!
No adaptations or modifications to the hydraulic multi-system are
allowed unless agreed upon by the manufacturer. Written approval
must be received beforehand.
Check the carrier owner’s manual before welding. Further
precautions may be required.
WARNING!
Cutting blades can be very hot. Allow them to cool before carrying
out any maintenance.
WARNING!
Always check the condition of the hoses to make sure there is no
damage. In case of damage, replace the hose immediately.
Do not use your hand to check for leaks. Use a piece of cardboard.
Fluid escaping under pressure can penetrate the skin causing
serious injury. Relieve all pressure before disconnecting hoses.
• If skin penetration occurs, seek medical attention immediately.
• Always wear eye protection when working on the hydraulic system.
• Do not bend or strike high pressure lines, tubes or hoses, or reinstall
them in a bent or damaged condition.
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CAUTION!
Do not cut reinforcement bars with diameter greater than the value
shown in the table on page 12.
CAUTION!
Use only original BTI spare parts.
Transporting
The hydraulic multi-system may be shipped on a skid or in a crate,
depending on the destination and the customer requirement.
WARNING!
For lifting and transporting to the installation site, use adequate
sling ropes or a fork lift.
Note component weight on identification tag, on outside of crate, or refer
to “Specifications” on page 7.
• Use proper slinging procedures.
• Keep a copy of the Owner’s Manual in the machine cab for use
by the operator. If additional copies are required, contact your BTI
representative.
WARNING!
Lift the hydraulic multi-system with sling ropes of suitable capacity
at the correct lift points.
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Hose Installation Table
Installation
Controls
Before installing the multi-system on the excavator, ensure the
excavator controls for attachment jaw opening/closing meet the following
requirements.
The controls should be:
– Clearly visible, separate and suitably marked.
– Arranged to provide clear, safe operation.
– Designed to ensure machine movements are synchronized with the
command action given.
– Designed to ensure all actions take place intentionally.
– Arranged for the operator to ensure no person is within the danger
area.
– Fitted with a “dead man stick” which when released cuts off the energy
supply to the drive parts and stops all moving parts.
IMPORTANT! Attachment hydraulic hoses are provided by the
customer and must meet SAE J517 or DIN 20066 standards for highpressure hydraulic hoses and hose ends.
CAUTION!
Make sure the hose fittings are clean and dust-free.
Any dirt in the fittings may cause the multi-system to seize and
damage the hydraulic motor.
Connect the excavator hoses to the multi-system according to the
punched letters marked on the ports blocks.
Fasten them to the machine tightening all screws and fittings. See the
label placed on the multi-system attachment bracket and the table below.
Hose Installation Table
Port
Marking
Function
MS20R
MS30R
MS40R
MS60R
MS130R
A
(opening)
Type of Fitting
Hose Size
3/4” SAE 6000 psi
4SH DIN 20023
1” SAE 6000 psi
4SH DIN 20023
1-1/4” SAE 6000 psi
4SH DIN 20023
1-1/4” SAE 6000 psi
4SH DIN 20023
1-1/4” SAE 6000 psi
4SH DIN 20023
C
(closing)
Type of Fitting
Hose Size
3/4” SAE 6000 psi
4SH DIN 20023
1” SAE 6000 psi
4SH DIN 20023
1-1/4” SAE 6000 psi
4SH DIN 20023
1-1/4” SAE 6000 psi
4SH DIN 20023
1-1/4” SAE 6000 psi
4SH DIN 20023
R
(rotation)
Type of Fitting
Hose Size
1/2” BSPP
4SP DIN 20023
1/2” BSPP
4SP DIN 20023
1/2” BSPP
4SP DIN 20023
1/2” BSPP
4SP DIN 20023
3/4” BSPP
4SP DIN 20023
T
(drain)
Hydraulic motor
drain hose size
1/4” BSPP
4ST DIN 20022
1/4” BSPP
4ST DIN 20022
1/4” BSPP
4ST DIN 20022
1/4” BSPP
4ST DIN 20022
1/4” BSPP
1ST DIN 20022
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CAUTION
If the ‘’open’’ and ‘’close’’ lines have two different pressures,
connect the line with the highest pressure to connection fitting ‘’C’’.
Connect the lower pressure line to connection fitting ‘’A’’. This will
provide the maximum crushing/cutting force.
Be sure the working pressure values do not exceed those shown in
the table on page 26.
WARNING!
It is advisable to provide a clearly marked device in the multisystem control circuit that will enable the circuit to be isolated from
its energy source and allow the discharge of residual oil pressure.
This device will overcome the risk of releasing high-pressure oil
jets during dismantling.
In the absence of this device, release residual hydraulic oil pressure
by actuating the multi-system jaw open and close functions. Depressurize the oil reservoir by loosening the reservoir cap. Perform
this operation before attempting any maintenance procedure.
CAUTION!
Placing a non-return valve in the hydraulic circuit can avoid
undesired movements in the event of system pressure loss.
Installing the Multi-System
• Remove the split pins and take out the stop pins used in shipping the
attachment.
• Rotate the multi-system attachment bracket to a vertical position.
• Clean the inner surfaces of the multi-system attachment bracket with
a cloth.
• Draw near the excavator inserting the STICK or boom into the multisystem attachment bracket.
• Carefully clean any dirt from the pins and bushing. Insert the pin
checking its alignment and fastening it with the appropriate safety
device (screws, split pins etc.).
• Move the cylinder to line up the hole of the connecting rod with
the second attachment hole and insert the pin fastening it with its
appropriate safety device.
CAUTION!
Do not force the pin; re-check its alignment instead.
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Hydraulic Circuits
Hydraulic Circuits
Hydraulic demolition attachments require hydraulic flow and pressure
in two directions (bidirectional flow). They need oil to extend and retract
hydraulic cylinders.
MS Series Multi-Systems have a separate circuit to a hydraulic motor
for attachment rotation. They use two hydraulic cylinders to extend and
retract the jaws with the exception of the Plate Shear Jaw set, which
uses only one.
Carrier with Auxiliary Circuit
The carrier will quite often be equipped with an auxiliary control valve
that can be used to control the supply of oil. Figure 1 below shows a
typical auxiliary circuit.
Figure 2: Carrier with Auxiliary Circuit and Rotation
Figure 1: Carrier With Auxiliary Circuit
Carrier without Auxiliary Circuit
If the carrier is not equipped with an auxiliary control valve, an additional
circuit must be added using a priority flow control and/or a bidirectional
valve. Figure 3 shows a typical circuit without an auxiliary control valve.
Please consult your BTI service representative for more details.
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Figure 3: Carrier Without Auxiliary Circuit
JAW OPENING
Speed Valve Schematic
Jaw Opening
The oil is pumped from the carrier and enters the valve through the V1
port. The oil bypasses Valve 3 and flows out the C1 port into the rod side
of the cylinder. A small amount of pilot oil flows through the pilot passage
and holds Valve 4 in the closed position. When the cylinder retracts, this
causes return oil to flow out of the head side of cylinder and into the C2
port of the valve and directly out the V2 port and returns to tank.
C2
C1
MC1
4
3
2
MV2
MV1
1
V2
V1
M
EXCAVATOR
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10074
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Hydraulic Circuits
Jaw Closing With No Load:
JAW CLOSING (NO LOAD)
C2
C1
MC1
4
3
Oil is pumped from the carrier into the V2 port of the speed valve. Oil
passes directly through to the port C2 and enters the head side of the
cylinder. A small amount of this oil flows through the pilot passage and
holds valve 4 in the open position. This causes the oil flowing out of the
rod side of the cylinder to flow through valve 4 to join the input oil flowing
out C2 port and right back in the head side of the cylinder causing it to
close faster. As long as the oil pressure stays below the set pressure,
valve 3 will stay closed and no oil will be returned to the tank.
2
MV2
MV1
1
V2
V1
M
EXCAVATOR
7030-OB SPEED VALVE
RETURN OIL
PRESSURE OIL
10075
JAW CLOSING (UNDER LOAD)
C2
C1
MC1
4
Jaw Closing Under Load:
Oil is pumped from the carrier into the V2 port of the valve. Oil passes
directly through the valve and out the C2 port into the head side of the
cylinder. A small amount of this oil flows through the pilot passage and
because the cylinder is under load, the oil pressure raises to above set
pressure which causes valve 3 to open. The pressure stops flow of oil
back to the head side of the cylinder and the oil from the rod side of the
cylinder returns to tank. This causes the jaw to close slower but with
more closing power.
3
Cross Over Port Relief Protection:
2
MV2
MV1
1
V2
V1
Valves 1 and 2 are cross over port relief protection valves to protect the
circuit if the jaw was to be forced open or closed. If the jaw is forced
either way, the pressure will rise. Once the oil in either side rises above
the set pressure, the valve will open, relieving the pressure and returning
some oil to tank.
M
EXCAVATOR
7030-OB SPEED VALVE
10076
RETURN OIL
PRESSURE OIL
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Multi-System Operation
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Operation
Start-up
CAUTION!
Start up the excavator, slowly turning up the hydraulic pressure to
avoid sudden movements until reaching the maximum working
pressure. This pressure must be in accordance with specifications
as marked on the multi-system’s identification tag.
With the motor idling, perform the following:
• Open the attachment one quarter of the way and re-close.
• Open halfway and re-close.
• Open 3/4 of the way and re-close.
• Finally, open completely and re-close.
Open and close the attachment 5 or 6 times to ensure there are no leaks
in the hydraulic system.
Suggestions for Efficient Operation
First time use
Before using the hydraulic multi-system for demolition work, take the
machine to an open space free of obstacles and people. Practice several
dry cycles in order to become familiar with the attachment.
• When carrying out demolition work, position the
attachment using hydraulic rotation.
• Ensure the correct angle of penetration.
• Do not tear the material using the excavator arm. If
necessary, re-position.
Multi-System Operation
General
• Place the open jaws over the material to be cut or broken. Allow the
material to enter into the jaws as far as possible.
• Close the jaws allowing the teeth or cutting blades to penetrate the
material.
• Continue to close until the jaws come to a stop and will go no further.
• If the unit does not cut or break the material, open and reposition
taking a smaller bite.
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Jaw Set Replacement
Breaking Oversize Material
• The best results are achieved with the multi-system jaws by using an
“on-again, off-again” action. Once the material has broken, continue
working the jaws until the material has been crushed to the desired
size.
Cutting Metal
Open the jaws of the attachment and allow the material to enter in as far
as possible. The metal should lie 90º to the cutting edges for best results.
• Close the jaws on the metal.
• Continue closing until the metal has been cut.
• If the metal is not cut by the cutting blades, reposition and take a
smaller bite.
• Take extra care to maintain sharp cutting edges when cutting metal.
The clearance between cutting blades should not exceed .050 in
(1,2 mm). See page 40 for details.
CAUTION!
Do not hit the multi-system against the ground to dislodge an
obstruction.
Use a pry bar or cutting torch to free the material. After it’s free, check
cutting edge alignment. Do not put external force on the multi-system
while cutting.
Jaw Set Replacement
• Close the jaws of the multi-system.
• Set the multi-system on the ground in a vertical position.
• Turn off the excavator and restrain the jaws with a cable or chain to
prevent them from opening (1).
• Shim the cylinders in place between the cylinder tube and the multisystem frame with wood blocking (2).
• Secure with straps or chains (3).
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• Remove the cylinder pin locking screws (4).
• Unscrew the fixing ring nuts of the cylinder pins on the jaws and
extract the pins (5).
• Remove the central pin’s ring nut locking screws.
• Loosen the ring nut without removing it (6).
• Restart the excavator and completely retract the hydraulic cylinders.
• While keeping the central pin’s ring nut facing downwards, place the
multi-system in a horizontal position.
• Lock the rotation with the pins and safety split pins (7).
• Place the multi-system on wooden blocks. Block in a level position.
• Turn off the excavator and secure a lifting sling to the jaws.
• Attach the sling to an overhead crane, forklift truck or other lifting
device.
• Remove the central ring nut and extract the jaw-hinging pin.
• Extract the jaw set from the central body by moving it with the
overhead crane.
• Set it on wooden blocks in a dry place.
• Spread a thin layer of grease on the bushings and on the cutting
blades as a protective measure (8) against corrosion.
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Jaw Set Replacement
• Restrain the jaws intended for installation with a cable or chain to
prevent them from opening.
• Secure a lifting sling to the new jaw set and the overhead crane.
• Lift the new jaw set and put it inside the multi-system body.
• Insert the central pin and secure it with the ring nut.
• Restart the excavator and extend the cylinders on the multi-system.
• Turn off the excavator and untie the cylinders from the multi-system
body while aligning the holes of the cylinder forks with the respective
hole on the jaw.
• Insert the cylinder pins and secure them with the ring nuts.
• Restart the excavator and put the multi-system in a vertical position
by placing it firmly on the ground.
• Turn off the excavator and tighten the fixing ring nuts of the pins and
lock them with the screws.
• Remove the restraints from the jaw set.
• Extract the rotation locking pin.
• The multi-system is ready to work with the new jaw set.
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Multi-System Removal
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Removal and Storage
Multi-System Removal
• With the excavator engine running, open the multi-system so the
piston rods slide completely up into the hydraulic cylinder.
• Using the stick/bucket cylinder, pull the multi-system completely
towards the excavator.
• Lean the front of the multi-system on the ground.
• Remove the safety devices from the connecting rod pin, and then
remove the pin.
• Lay the multi-system on two wooden blocks and turn the engine off.
WARNING!
Check that no residual oil pressure remains in the hydraulic circuit.
Release residual hydraulic oil pressure by actuating the jaw open
and close functions. De-pressurize the oil reservoir by loosening
the reservoir cap.
CAUTION!
Before disconnecting the hoses, place a container to catch any oil
leakage. Do not dump oil into the environment.
• Disconnect the hydraulic hoses and seal all hydraulic ports with
protective caps.
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Multi-System Removal
• Remove the safety device from the pins, then take them out.
• Move the stick/boom to pull it out of the attachment bracket.
Multi-System Storage
• Use the lift points on the multi-system indicated by the lifting and
handling decals.
• Rotate the multi-system attachment bracket so that the two lock pins
and the split pins can be re-inserted in the pivot lock.
WARNING!
Make sure locking pins are inserted correctly to avoid movement
during shipment.
• Cover the multi-system and store in a dry place. Smear the blades
with a thin layer of grease to avoid oxidation (rust).
This concludes the removal and storage operations.
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General Information
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Maintenance
General Information
To keep your hydraulic multi-system in top operating condition, perform
the following maintenance procedures. Keep in mind that lubrication
is the single most important procedure for sustaining the life of the
hydraulic multi-system.
WARNING!
Before performing any maintenance, adjustment, or cleaning
procedure on the attachment, lower it to the ground, turn the engine
OFF and release any residual hydraulic pressure in the circuit.
Release residual hydraulic oil pressure by actuating the jaw open
and close functions. De-pressurize the oil reservoir by loosening
the reservoir cap.
Fasten a “DO NOT OPERATE” or similar tag in the cab.
CAUTION!
After performing underwater demolition work, disassemble all of
the joints. Clean the pins and bushings thoroughly and eliminate
any traces of oxidation.
CAUTION!
Use Proper Grease.
Always use a moly-based grease. Never use general purpose (GP)
grease. GP grease will melt and run down the attachment providing very
poor lubrication. Refer to Grease Specifications on page 48.
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Maintenance
General Information
WARNING!
The oil can reach high temperatures. Before carrying out any
cleaning or maintenance wait for the oil to cool.
WARNING!
The cutters can be very hot. Let them cool before working on them.
CAUTION!
Check the tightness of the blade bolts. Tighten the screws with a
torque wrench. Refer to Tightening Torques section on page 49 and
page 50
IMPORTANT! The screws can be tightened only once. After that,
they must be replaced.
Perform a visual check of the cylinder fittings, hydraulic distributor and
hoses. Replace any part showing leakage or damage.
WARNING!
Fluid escaping under pressure can penetrate the skin causing
serious injury. Relieve all pressure before disconnecting hoses. Do
not use your hand to check for leaks. Use a piece of cardboard.
Check the tightness of the hydraulic connections.
CAUTION!
Overhaul or repair work on the rotation unit, hydraulic motor, ring
gear and pinion should only be performed by a trained technician.
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Changing Oil in Rotation Gearbox
39
Changing Oil in Rotation Gearbox
The rotation gearbox oil must be changed after the first 150 working
hours, then again after 2000 running hours or once a year.
Change the oil when it is still warm. Clean the inside parts with the
appropriate washing compound before putting in the new oil.
Avoid mixing oils of different viscosity or brand.
CAUTION
Do not mix mineral oils with synthetic oils.
WARNING
The temperature of the gearbox oil must not exceed 176ºF (80ºC). If
the oil exceeds this temperature during continuous use, an external
oil cooler is required.
After start up, periodically check the oil level and fill as needed. The
following table shows suggested mineral oils relative to ambient
temperatures seen during operation:
Ambient
Temperature
-4ºF – +25ºF
(-20ºC – +25ºC)
+41ºF – +104ºF
(+5ºC – +40ºC)
+86ºF – +149ºF
(+30ºC – +65ºC)
+104ºF – +149ºF
(+40ºC – + 65ºC)
Viscosity
ISO VG
100
150
220
320
AGIP
Blasia 77
Blasia 107
Blasia 187
Blasia 237
BP-NACH
Energol
GR-XP100
Energol
GR-XP150
Energol
GR-XP220
Energol
GR-XP320
CASTROL
—
Alpha SP150
Alpha SP220
Alpha SP320
CHEVRON
NL Gear
Compound 100
NL Gear
Compound 100
NL Gear
Compound 100
NL Gear
Compound 100
ESSO
Spartan EP 100
Spartan EP 150
Spartan EP 220
Spartan EP 320
FINA
Giran 100
Giran 150
Giran 220
Giran 320
GULF
EP Lubricant Oil
HP 100
EP Lubricant Oil
HP 100
EP Lubricant Oil
HP 100
EP Lubricant Oil
HP 100
IP
Mellana 100
Mellana 150
Mellana 220
Mellana 320
MOBIL
—
GF 639
GF 630
GF 632
SHELL
—
Omala EP 150
Omala EP 220
Omala EP 320
TOTAL
Carter EP 100N
Carter EP 150N
Carter EP 200N
Carter EP 320N
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Maintenance
Cutting Blades
IMPORTANT! Before disconnecting hydraulic lines, put a suitable
container in place to catch any oil. Always dispose of oil in an
environmentally friendly manner.
IMPORTANT! Perform the oil change when the gearbox is still warm.
1) Remove the motor/gearbox assembly from the attachment.
2) Remove plugs A and B to drain the used oil. Rotating the gearbox by
hand will help to ensure the oil is completely drained.
3) Reinstall plug A and place the gearbox in a vertical position, with the
drive sprocket end down.
4) Refill with new oil through plug hole B.
5) The gearbox oil level is full if oil flows out of plug hole B when the
gearbox is rotated by hand.
6) Reinstall plug B, then reinstall the motor/gearbox assembly on the
attachment.
Cutting Blades
It is recommended to turn the blades every 40 working hours of use to
ensure uniform wear of the cutters.
CAUTION!
If the blades are not turned every 40 working hours, irregular wear
may occur making it impossible to shim the cutters properly.
After turning or changing the blades, check the gap between the cutters
of the lower and upper jaw. A gap of 0.008 to 0.050 in (0,2 to 1,2 mm) is
required to prevent jamming when cutting rebar material.
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Maintenance
Replaceable Tooth System
41
Verify Clearance Between Cutting edges
1) Close the upper jaw until the blade starts overlapping its
corresponding lower jaw blade. Measure the gap using a feeler
gauge.
2) If the gap exceeds the suggested value of 0.008 to 0.050 in (0,2 to
1,2 mm), insert shims behind the blades until the proper clearance is
restored.
To add shims, open the multi-system completely.
1) Block the jaws open to prevent closing accidentally.
2) Loosen the bolts that hold the blades in place, and then insert shims
between the blade and its seat.
3) Re-tighten the bolts with the correct torque wrench setting. Refer to
torque values in tables on page 49 and page 50.
4) Slowly close the multi-system jaws and check that the gap is correct.
Replaceable Tooth System
BTI’s unique replaceable tooth design ensures maximum penetration and
fragmentation while being fast and easy to change in the field.
Older models with fixed teeth can also be retrofitted with the replaceable
system, dramatically reducing downtime required for hard-facing.
Tooth Removal
• Heat the epoxy material to 250ºF (120ºC).
• Using a punch and hammer (4), drive out the epoxy (5) and lock pin
(6)—opposite to the way it was installed.
• Clean off any remaining epoxy residue.
• Inspect the adapter and lock pin for damage before installing the new
tooth.
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Cutting Blades
Tooth Installation
• Install the tooth (1) on the adapter by driving the lock pin (2) tight.
The wedge action of the lock pin tightens the tooth down on the
adapter.
• Make sure the lock pin is flush or below the surface of the tooth.
• Using the dispensing tool (3), apply a small quantity of epoxy to
harden in position. The epoxy fills voids and cavities, preventing the
lock pin from coming out.
• Plan to apply epoxy to all new lock pins.
NOTE: Do not leave epoxy in the dispensing tip for more than 2-3
minutes. It will harden and the tip will need to be replaced.
Build-up and Hard Facing Multi-System Jaw
Periodically it is necessary to check for wear on the multi-system’s jaws.
Build-up and hard facing will be required to maintain the jaw and tooth
profile.
CAUTION!
The weld procedure below must be carefully followed to avoid
damaging the multi-system.
WARNING!
Heated paint gives off poisonous gases. Remove paint from an area
with a radius of at least 4 in (10 cm) before carrying out welding,
grinding or gas cutting. In addition to the health hazard, if the paint
is not removed, the weld will be of inferior quality and strength that
could cause the weld to eventually break. Follow weld procedures.
IMPORTANT! If the area is worn back more than 1/2 in (12 mm), it
may be necessary to cut and replace with new material. Schedule
this build up service frequently so that only the hard facing needs
to be replaced.
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Maintenance
Cutting Blades
43
Weld Procedure for Dillidur 400V
Periodically it is necessary to check the wear state of the jaws. If
rebuilding and hard facing are required, follow these procedures.
1) Carefully remove the paint in the area to be hard faced. Be careful
not to generate too much heat. Heated paint can give off toxic
vapors.
WARNING!
Make sure there are no flammable fluids or oil near the working
area.
2) For surface welding, connect the ground pole of the electric welder
to the same part to be welded as close as possible. The ground
pole must be fitted in such away that no current can run through the
bearings and the hydraulic cylinders.
IMPORTANT! If welding on the unit while installed on the excavator,
follow the instructions in the excavator manual regarding weld
procedures. Sensitive electronic equipment on the machine may
need to be disconnected or it could be damaged.
3) After carefully removing all the paint and cleaning the area, preheat
to a temperature of 300ºF–400ºF (150ºC–200ºC). Check the
temperature frequently. If this temperature is exceeded, it could
damage the multi-system.
CAUTION!
The weld bead must be at least 3/8 in (10 mm) away from the cutting
edge.
4) Make the facing by proceeding in the grain direction. Do not deposit
more than two layers.
5) Grind the facing bead terminals.
6) Cool slowly, in a protected area away from possible drafts.
Electrode (Welding Rod)
DIN: 1913/8529
Brand
AWS E-7018
Code
LINCOLN
JetWeld 70
HOBART
375/400 600
ESAB
AA7018AC
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Filler Material
Welding Wire
AWS E7XT=x
Brand
Code
LINCOLN
Lincoln BU
HOBART
VeriWear AP
ESAB
DUAL SHIELD
Filler Material
Dillidur 400V is a wear resistant steel (Brinnell Hardness of 400)
providing good workability and especially very good weldability.
Following the instructions in the pre-heat stage will avoid micro cracks
in the welding.
The filler metal selection is very important in order to obtain a high
quality weld. BTI recommends soft filler metal in order to have the filler
metal hardness lower than the steel hardness.
The following are some examples of filler metal:
Electrode (Welding Rod)
DIN: 1913/8529
Brand
AWS E-7018
Code
LINCOLN
JetWeld 70
HOBART
718/718MC
ESAB
OK 48,00
Welding Wire
AWS E7XT=x
Brand
Code
LINCOLN
Nr-203 nil
HOBART
FABSHIELD 81N1
ESAB
Tubrod 15,00
IMPORTANT! To avoid a decrease in hardness of the steel, do not
preheat over 250ºF (120ºC).
Preheat temperature
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in (mm)
Preheating
Temperature
3/8 (10)
–
3/4 (20)
–
1 3/8 (30)
300 ºF (150 ºC)
1 1/2 (40)
392 ºF (200 ºC)
2 (50)
392 ºF (200 ºC)
2 3/8 (60)
392 ºF (200 ºC)
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Play Take-up System
45
Play Take-up System
(MS130R Only)
The MS130R Multi-System is equipped with a Play Take-up System that
provides adjustment for the jaw hinges. This system provides a means of
keeping the jaws tight and pivoting correctly.
IMPORTANT! First adjustment must be performed after 8 operating
hours. Afterwards, adjust whenever there is play in the jaw set.
To adjust:
1) Remove the screws on the hinge pivot ring nut.
2) Remove all of the screws locking the central pivot ring nut.
3) Set the adjusting dowels that cause the play take-up flange to slide
forward. The flange should be resting against the jaw without causing
exceeding friction and should not be over tightened.
4) Refit the screws locking the dowels.
5) Secure the screws with Loctite.
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Maintenance
Filler Material
Maintenance of Adjuster for Moveable Jaw
(MS130R only)
The MS130R Multi-System is equipped with a side adjuster for the
movable jaws that prevents side movement during operation.
IMPORTANT! First adjustment must be performed after 8 operating
hours. Afterwards, adjust whenever there is play in the jaw set.
To adjust:
1) Remove the screws and unscrew the ring nut retaining the adjuster
plug.
2) After removing the adjuster ring nut, set the adjusting dowels that
cause the play take-up guide to slide forward. Check that clearance
between guide and jaw is 0.020 in (0,5 mm) with a feeler gauge.
3) Re-tighten the ring nut.
4) Refit the screws to the ring nut. Secure the screws with Loctite.
The side guide adjuster is subject to wear during operation. The plug has
a bronze bushing that must be replaced when worn.
To replaced it:
1) Unscrew the ring nut and remove the plug from its seat.
2) Remove the screws retaining the bronze bushing to the plug and
change the bushing.
3) Secure the new bushing with the screws and refit the plug.
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Maintenance Schedule
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Maintenance Schedule
Every 8 Hours/Every Shift
Check for leaks, damaged hoses or clamps.
Check the tightness of all hydraulic fittings; check fittings and
cylinders for leaks.
Check all pin connections for broken bolts, collars, and for
excessive wear and play.
Grease all pin connections with a moly-based grease. Refer to list
of suggested greases on page 48.
Check the hydraulic multi-system housing, jaw set and top
mounting bracket for loose bolts and cracks.
Check all cylinder pins and boom connecting pins for wear.
Check that the cutter fixing screws are in place and tight using a
torque wrench. Refer to Tightening Torques section on page 49 and
page 50.
Tighten all screws connecting the joint of the top mount bracket
with the fixed body. Refer to Tightening Torques section on page 49
and page 50.
After washing the hydraulic multi-system, grease all hinge points
with appropriate grease as specified on page 48.
Tighten all thrust bearing bolts. Refer to Tightening Torques
section on page 49 and page 50.
Every 40 hours
Using a thickness gauge, check that the clearance between the
cutting blades is no greater than 0.008–0.050 in (0,2–1,2 mm).
Adjust if necessary using shims. Refer to page 40.
Check to ensure the dust cover O-rings are in good condition and
in correct position.
Check the wear on the jaws. If necessary, use a build up of weld
and finish with hard facing following the procedure provided on
“Build-up and Hard Facing Multi-System Jaw” on page 42.
Check the adjustment of the rotation torque.
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HYDRAULIC MULTI SYSTEM
Maintenance
Grease Specifications
Every 200 hours
The hydraulic multi-system should be washed thoroughly with a
neutral detergent. Then grease all hinge points with appropriate
grease as directed on page 48.
Check hydraulic flow to multi-system.
After the first 200 hours, change oil in the gearbox as directed
in the Maintenance Section on page 39. Then change after every
1000 operating hours or at least once a year.
Every 1000 hours
Replace dust cover O-rings.
Measure all pin connections and cylinders for wear. Replace pins,
bushings, and/or thrust washers to ensure tight connections.
Change oil in the gearbox as directed in the Maintenance Section
on page 39.
Grease Specifications
Use a high performance, multipurpose, extreme pressure (EP2) lithium
complex grease with molybdenum disulfide (3 to 5%) developed to
satisfy the severe lubrication requirements of off-road equipment.
These requirements will handle the toughest of lubricating jobs and last
significantly longer than conventional greases. Wear, galling or seizing of
greased surfaces can occur even when using high performance greases.
During these extreme pressure conditions, the molybdenum disulfide
particles are left behind on the surface in a thin, adherent, lubricating
film.
This grease will have an excellent resistance to water washout in
equipment operating under wet conditions and /or high temperatures and
subject to heavy or shock loading.
These greases have:
• High dropping point (greater than 500ºF or 260ºC)
• High load-carrying capacity
• Excellent wear protection
• Excellent resistance to water washout
• Excellent resistance to separation
• Protection against rust and corrosion
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Tightening Torques
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Some grease examples:
• Castrol Contractor Grease 2
• Conoco Superlube M EP
• Exxon Centaur Moly
• Pennzoil Multipurpose EP 302
• Petro Canada Precision Moly EP 2
• Texaco Starplex Moly MPGM2
• Gulflex Moly EP 2
• Chesterton 613 Moly Grease
Tightening Torques
WARNING!
This operation must be performed by skilled personnel using a
torque wrench.
Check these bolts every eight successive hours. Verify that they have not
slackened or show signs of damage.
Retighten bolts once only, after that it is recommended they be replaced.
Fastener Tightening Torque in ft•lb (in•lb)
Diameter
Class 8.8
Dry Class 10.9
Class 12.9
Lubed*
Dry Lubed*
Dry Lubed*
M5
(54)
(41)
(78)
(59)
(91)
(68)
M6
(92)
(69)
(133)
(99)
(156)
(116)
M7
(156)
(116)
(222)
(167)
(260)
(195)
M8
(225)
(169)
(333)
(242)
(377)
(284)
M10
37
28
53
40
62
47
M12
65
49
93
69
108
81
M14
104
78
148
111
173
130
M16
161
121
230
172
269
202
M18
222
167
318
238
372
279
M20
314
235
449
337
525
394
M22
428
321
613
460
716
537
M24
543
407
776
582
908
681
M27
796
597
1,139
854
1,331
998
M30
1,079
809
1,543
1,158
1,804
1,353
M33
1,468
1,101
2,101
1,576
2,455
1,842
M36
1,886
1,415
2,699
2,024
3,154
2,366
* Lubed — cleaned, dry bolts lubricated with standard medium viscosity
machine oil.
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Maintenance
Tightening Torques
Fastener Tightening Torque in Nm (Newton meters)
Diameter
Class 8.8
Dry Lubed*
M5
6,1
4,6
M6
10,4
M7
Class 10.9
Dry Class 12.9
Lubed*
Dry Lubed*
8,8
6,7
10,3
7,7
7,8
15,0
11,2
17,6
13,1
17,6
13,1
25,1
18,9
29,4
22,0
M8
25,4
19,1
37,6
27,3
42,6
32,1
M10
50,2
38,0
71,9
54,2
84,1
63,7
M12
88,1
66,4
126,1
93,6
146,4
109,8
M14
141,0
105,8
200,7
150,5
234,6
176,3
M16
218,3
164,1
311,8
233,2
364,7
273,9
M18
301,0
226,4
431,2
322,7
504,4
378,3
M20
425,7
318,6
608,8
456,9
711,8
534,2
M22
580,3
435,2
831,1
623,7
970,8
728,1
M24
736,2
551,8
1 052,1
789,1
1 231,1
923,3
M27
1 079,2
809,4
1 544,3
1 157,9
1 804,6
1 353,1
M30
1 462,9
1 096,9
2 092,0
1 570,0
2 445,9
1 834,4
M33
1 990,3
1 492,8
2 848,6
2 136,8
3 328,5
2 497,4
M36
2 557,1
1 918,5
3 659,4
2 744,2
4 276,3
3 207,9
* Lubed — cleaned, dry bolts lubricated with standard medium viscosity
machine oil.
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Parts
MS SERIES
MS20R
MS20R
Item Part No.
51
Main Structure Assembly
Description 1MS18-2F
FRAME
2
81805
O-RING SEAL
3MS18-45
PIN
4
55013
GREASE NIPPLE
5SH150-55
COVER
654049-2
SCREW
7SH300-99
COVER
853056
SCREW
9MS18-44
COVER
10 81639-1
O-RING SEAL
11MS18-30
BUSHING
12MS18-40M
PIN
13 MS18-60
CYLINDER GUARD
14 25027020014000NCYLINDER
15SH150-41
PIN
16 25027020014031NBUSHING
17 25027020014030NBUSHING
18 250270200140NG CYLINDER SEAL KIT
19 MS18-90
PIN GUARD
2057426
WASHER
21MS25-83
COVER
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4
2
8
2
6
1
12
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
4
2
1
1
12
1
Item Part No.
22MS18-95
2357424
2453044
25 81779
26MS25-43
2754056
28RP18-99
P/N 150-9042
Description COVER
WASHER
SCREW
O-RING SEAL
COVER
SCREW
COVER
Qty.
1
2
2
4
2
4
1
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Parts
MS SERIES
MS20R
MS20R
Item Part No.
1A-881-1
2
73047-3
3
68001
454048
557426
654064
7RP25-33
8RP25-71
9RP25-A-10D
10RP25-A-10S
11 81020
12 66397
13 81028
1466637
1566753
16 81011
1766546
1866507
19MS25-39R
20 66397-2
21GR300-38M
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Description DISTRIBUTOR
HYDRAULIC MOTOR
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
SCREW
WASHER
SCREW
HOSE
PIPE
BLOCK
BLOCK
BONDED SEAL
DRILLED SCREW
BONDED SEAL
PLUG
PLUG
BONDED SEAL
STUD
NIPPLE
HOSE
DRILLED SCREW
HOSE
P/N 150-9042
Qty. 1
1
2
4
24
24
2
2
1
1
22
8
4
2
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
Item Part No.
2273107-1
2354048-4
Description VALVE
SCREW
Qty.
1
3
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MS20R
MS20R
Item Part No.
1
RP18-1ACM
2
I2064-731
354063-12.9
454073-12.9
5RP18-96
657424
753044
8
55013
954062-12.9
1066764
11 MS20-56
12A-881-1
1353055
1457429
1554055-1
1657934
1757425-3
1854041
19MS25-22
20RP18-23
21GR3-26M
53
ROTATION CONTROL ASSEMBLY
Description Qty. ROTARY JOINT
THRUST BEARING
SCREW
SCREW
COVER
WASHER
SCREW
GREASE NIPPLE
SCREW
PLUG
DISTRIBUTOR RETAINER
DISTRIBUTOR
SCREW
WASHER
SCREW
PIN
WASHER
SCREW
FLANGE
GEAR
PIN
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1
20
8
1
4
4
2
20
2
1
1
2
2
4
2
14
4
1
1
1
Item Part No.
22 66038
2354050
2454064
25 73047-3
26RP18-50
27 CP800STD
2859100
2957424-1
3053141-1
3153123-1
32 81010
P/N 150-9042
Description SPLIT PIN
SCREW
SCREW
HYDRAULIC MOTOR
FLANGE
ROTARY JOINT
NUT
WASHER
SCREW
SCREW
BONDED SEAL
Qty.
1
4
4
1
1
1
8
14
8
6
2
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Parts
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MS20R
MS20R
Item Part No.
CYLINDER FEED ASSEMBLY
Description 1 25027020014000NCYLINDER
254043
SCREW
357424
WASHER
4
68002
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
5
81428-90
O-RING SEAL
6A-881-1
DISTRIBUTOR
7
18881
DISTRIBUTOR SEAL KIT
854064
SCREW
957426
WASHER
10 68001
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
1154059-3
SCREW
127030-OB
VALVE
13SH400-50
BLOCK
14SH400-51
BLOCK
1554056-1
SCREW
16MS25-18M
BLOCK
1753057
SCREW
18MS25-38M
HOSE
1957425-3
WASHER
20MS25-36M
HOSE
21MS20-39
HOSE
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
P/N 150-9042
Qty. 2 32
32
8
4
1
1
16
16
4
4
1
1
1
8
1
3
2
3
2
2
Item Part No.
22
81808
Description O-RING SEAL
Qty.
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS20R
MS20R
Item Part No.
Speed Valve
Description 7030-OB
SPEED VALVE
Includes items 1, 2, 3, 4
CAGL-LGV MWGG-LJV RDFA-LCV CHXA-XCVN 1
2
3
4
7030-OB-1V 7030-OB-2V 7030-OB-4V
7030-OB-3V
55
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
1
2
1
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
56
Parts
MS SERIES
MS20R
MS20R
Item Part No.
MS20-MP2
1MS20-1MPD
2MS20-1MPS
3MS7-67
4MS7-47
559183
654315
754310
8MS20-32
9MS20-31
10MS20-34
1154240-4
1254242
13 KITMS20-MP2
14 55013
15MS18-35
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
MS20-MP2 CRUSHER JAW SET
Description CRUSHER JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BLADE
SHIM
NUT
SCREW
SCREW
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
SCREW
SCREW
CUTTING KIT
GREASE NIPPLE
BUSHING
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
1
1
2
5
6
3
3
2
2
2
8
8
1
2
2
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS20R
MS20R
Item Part No.
MS20-D-MP
1MS18-D-MPD
2MS18-D-MPS
3CP800-68
4CP800-50
559183
654317
754315
8MS18-31M
9MS18-80
10MS18-33M
11MS18-66
12MS18-67
1357905-1
14 55013
15 81818
16MS18-35
17SP18MB1
18S4CA
19 KITMS18-MP
57
MS20-D-MP CRUSHER JAW SET
Description CRUSHER JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BLADE
SHIM
NUT
SCREW
SCREW
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
SHIM
SHIM
PIN
GREASE NIPPLE
O-RING SEAL
BUSHING
TOOTH
PIN
CUTTING KIT
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
1
2
4
8
4
4
2
2
2
1
2
6
2
4
2
4
4
1
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
58
Parts
MS SERIES
MS20R
MS20R
Item Part No.
MS20-MF2
1MS20-1MFD
2MS20-1MFS
3MS18-70
4MS18-47
559183
657314
754310
8MS20-32
9MS20-31
10MS20-34
11MS18-35
1254240-4
1354242
14 55013
15 KITMS18-MF
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
MS20-MF2 PULVERIZER JAW SET
Description PULVERIZER JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BLADE
SHIM
NUT
SCREW
SCREW
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BUSHING
SCREW
SCREW
GREASE NIPPLE
CUTTING KIT
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
1
1
2
4
6
3
3
2
2
2
2
8
8
1
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS20R
MS20R
Item Part No.
MS20-D-MF2
1MS20-D-1MFD
2MS20-D-1MFS
3MS18-70
MS18-47
559183
657310
754314
8MS20-32
9MS20-31
10MS20-34
11MS18-35
1254240-2
1354242
14SP18MB1
15S4CA
16 KITMS18-MF
17 55013
59
MS20-D-MF2 PULVERIZER JAW SET
Description PULVERIZER JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BLADE
SHIM
NUT
SCREW
SCREW
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BUSHING
SCREW
SCREW
TOOTH
PIN
CUTTING KIT
GREASE NIPPLE
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
1
2
4
6
3
3
2
2
2
2
8
8
12
12
1
1
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
60
Parts
MS SERIES
MS20R
MS20R
Item Part No.
MS20-MC2 1MS20-1MCS
2MS20-1MCD
3SH150-67
425-47
559182
654303
7SH150-63
8SH150-46M
9MS20-31
10MS20-34
11MS20-32
1254242
1354240-4
14MS18-35
15MS18-68
16MS18-48
17 55013
18 KITMS20-MC1
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
MS20-MC2 SHEAR JAW SET
Description SHEAR JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BLADE
SHIM
NUT
SCREW
BLADE
SHIM
BUSHING
FLANGE
BUSHING
SCREW
SCREW
BUSHING
BLADE
SHIM
GREASE NIPPLE
CUTTING KIT
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
1
1
3
4
10
10
1
4
2
2
2
8
8
2
1
2
1
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS20R
MS20R
Item Part No.
MS20-MM2
1MS20-MMD
2MS20-MMS
3CP800-68
4CP800-50
559183
654321
754310
8MS20-32
9MS20-31
10MS20-34
1154240-4
1254242
13 55013
14MS18-35
15 KITMS20-MM
61
MS20-MM2 COMBI JAW SET
Description COMBI JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BLADE
SHIM
NUT
SCREW
SCREW
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
SCREW
SCREW
GREASE NIPPLE
BUSHING
CUTTING KIT
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
1
4
8
16
8
8
2
2
2
8
8
1
2
1
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
62
Parts
MS SERIES
MS20R
MS20R
Item Part No.
MS20-D-MM
1MS18-D-MMS
2MS18-D-MMD
3CP800-68
4CP800-50
559183
654317
754310
8MS18-31M
9MS18-80
10MS18-33M
11MS18-66
12MS18-67
1357905-1
14 55013
15 81818
16MS18-35
17SP18MB1
18S4CA
19 KITMS18-1MM
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
MS20-D-MM COMBI JAW SET
Description COMBI JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BLADE
SHIM
NUT
SCREW
SCREW
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
SHIM
SHIM
PIN
GREASE NIPPLE
O-RING SEAL
BUSHING
TOOTH
PIN
CUTTING KIT
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
1
1
4
8
16
8
8
2
2
2
1
2
6
2
4
2
3
3
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS20R
MS20R
Item Part No.
MS20-ML 1MS18-MLD
2MS18-MLS
3MS18-80
4MS18-31M
5MS18-35
6MS18-33M
7MS25-71
8MS25-73
9CP600-67
10MS25-72
11MS25-74
12MS25-75
13CP600-56
14MS18-66
15MS18-67
1657905-1
17 55013
1854308-5
1954308-1
2054310
63
MS20-ML PLATE SHEAR JAW SET
Description PLATE SHEAR JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BUSHING
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BLADE
BLADE
BLADE
BLADE
SHIM
SHIM
SHIM
SHIM
SHIM
PIN
GREASE NIPPLE
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 1
1
2
2
1
2
3
1
1
2
4
2
1
1
2
6
2
4
10
3
Item Part No.
2159181
2259183
23 81818
24MS25-76
25MS18-27
26 KITMS25-ML1
P/N 150-9042
Description NUT
NUT
O-RING SEAL
BLADE
BUSHING
CUTTING KIT
Qty.
14
3
4
1
2
1
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
64
Parts
MS SERIES
MS30R
MS30R
Item Part No.
Main Structure Assembly
Description 1MS25-2F
FRAME
2
81779-1
O-RING SEAL
3MS25-42
PIN
4
55013
GREASE NIPPLE
5MS25-43
COVER
654049-2
SCREW
7RP18-99
COVER
853056
SCREW
9MS25-44
COVER
10 81796
O-RING SEAL
11MS25-30
BUSHING
12MS25-45M
PIN
13 MS25-60
CYLINDER GUARD
1425027023014000 CYLINDER
15MS25-41
PIN
1625027023017030 BUSHING
1725027023017031 BUSHING
18 25027023014000G CYLINDER SEAL KIT
19 MS25-90
PIN GUARD
2057426
WASHER
21MS25-83
COVER
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
P/N 150-9042
Qty. Item Part No.
1 22RP25-94
8 2357424
2 2453044
8
4
10
3
16
1
2
2
1
2
2
2
4
2
1
1
8
1
Description COVER
WASHER
SCREW
Qty.
1
2
2
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS30R
MS30R
Item Part No.
1A-881-1
2
73047-3
3
68001
454048
557426
654064
7RP25-33
8RP25-71
9RP25-A-10D
10RP25-A-10S
11 81020
12 66397
13 81028
1466637
1566753
16 81011
1766546
1866507
19MS25-39R
20 66397-2
21GR300-38M
65
CYLINDER & ROTATION FEED ASSEMBLY
Description DISTRIBUTOR
HYDRAULIC MOTOR
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
SCREW
WASHER
SCREW
HOSE
PIPE
BLOCK
BLOCK
BONDED SEAL
DRILLED SCREW
BONDED SEAL
PLUG
PLUG
BONDED SEAL
STUD
NIPPLE
HOSE
DRILLED SCREW
HOSE
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 1
1
2
4
24
24
2
2
1
1
22
8
4
2
4
4
2
2
2
2
2
Item Part No.
2273107-1
2354048-4
P/N 150-9042
Description VALVE
SCREW
Qty.
1
3
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
66
Parts
MS SERIES
MS30R
MS30R
Item Part No.
1
RP25-1ACM
2
I2070400
354063-12.9
454062-12.9
5RP25-91
657424
753044
8
55013
954071-12.9
1057426
11 MS25-84
12A-881-1
1354052-12.9
1457429
1554055-1
16 57934
1757425-3
1854041
19MS25-22
20MS25-23
21GR3-26M
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
ROTATION CONTROL ASSEMBLY
Description Qty. MOTOR SUPPORT
THRUST BEARING
SCREW
SCREW
COVER
WASHER
SCREW
GREASE NIPPLE
SCREW
WASHER
DISTRIBUTOR RETAINER
DISTRIBUTOR
SCREW
WASHER
SCREW
SPRING PIN
WASHER
SCREW
FLANGE
GEAR
PIN
P/N 150-9042
1
1
8
40
2
4
4
2
10
4
1
1
2
2
4
2
10
4
1
1
1
Item Part No.
22 66038
2354050
2454064
25 73047-3
26RP18-50
27 RP25STD
2859101
2957427-3
3053153
3153154
32 81010
3366764
Description SPLIT PIN
SCREW
SCREW
HYDRAULIC MOTOR
FLANGE
ROTARY JOINT
NUT
WASHER
SCREW
SCREW
BONDED SEAL
PLUG
Qty.
1
4
4
1
1
1
8
8
6
8
2
2
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS30R
MS30R
Item Part No.
67
CYLINDER FEED ASSEMBLY
Description 125027023014000CYLINDER
254043
SCREW
357424
WASHER
4
68001
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
5
81428-90
O-RING SEAL
6A-881-1
DISTRIBUTOR
7
18881
DISTRIBUTOR SEAL KIT
854064
SCREW
957426
WASHER
10 68002
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
1154059-3
SCREW
127030-OB
VALVE
13SH400-50
BLOCK
14SH400-51
BLOCK
1554056-1
SCREW
16MS25-18M
BLOCK
1753060-1
SCREW
18MS25-36M
HOSE
19MS25-37
HOSE
20MS25-38M
HOSE
21MS25-39R
HOSE
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. Item Part No.
2 22MS25-39A
32 2354052-1
32 24 81808
6
4
1
1
8
19
4
4
1
1
1
8
1
3
1
1
2
2
P/N 150-9042
Description HOSE
SCREW
O-RING SEAL
Qty.
1
8
1
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
Parts
68
MS SERIES
MS30R
MS30R
Item Part No.
Speed Valve
Description 7030-OB
SPEED VALVE
Includes items 1, 2, 3, 4
CAGL-LGV MWGG-LJV RDFA-LCV CHXA-XCVN 1
2
3
4
7030-OB-1V
7030-OB-2V
7030-OB-4V
7030-OB-3V
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
1
1
2
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS30R
MS30R
Item Part No.
MS30-MP2 1MS30-MPD
2MS30-MPS
3MS25-68
4MS25-51
559062-1
654310
757426
8MS30-32
9MS30-31
10MS30-34
1154240-4
1254242
13 KITMS30-MP
14 55013
15MS25-35
69
MS30-MP2 CRUSHER JAW SET
Description CRUSHER JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BLADE
SHIM
NUT
SCREW
WASHER
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
SCREW
SCREW
CUTTING KIT
GREASE NIPPLE
BUSHING
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
1
2
5
6
6
6
2
2
2
12
12
1
1
2
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
70
Parts
MS SERIES
MS30R
MS30R
Item Part No.
MS30-D-MP
1MS25-D-MPD
2MS25-D-MPS
3MS25-67M
4MS25-52
5
59183 6
54318 7
54310 8MS25-31M
9MS25-80
10MS25-33M
11MS25-65
12MS25-66
1357905-1
14 55013 15 MS25-70
16MS25-35
17SP18MB1
18S4CA
19 KITMS25-MP3
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
MS30-D-MP CRUSHER JAW SET
Description CRUSHER JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BLADE
SHIM
NUT
SCREW
SCREW
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
SHIM
SHIM
PIN
GREASE NIPPLE
O-RING SEAL
BUSHING
TOOTH
PIN
CUTTING KIT
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
1
1
2
4
8
4
4
2
2
2
1
2
4
2
4
2
4
4
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS30R
MS30R
Item Part No.
MS30-MF2
1MS30-MFD
2MS30-MFS
3MS25-68
4MS25-51
559062-1
657426
757314
854317
9MS30-31
10MS30-34
11MS30-32
12MS25-35
1354242
1454240-4
15 55013
16 KITMS25-MF5
71
MS30-MF2 PULVERIZER JAW SET
Description PULERIZER JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BLADE
SHIM
NUT
WASHER
SCREW
SCREW
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BUSHING
SCREW
SCREW
GREASE NIPPLE
CUTTING KIT
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
1
2
5
6
6
3
3
2
2
2
2
12
12
1
1
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
72
Parts
MS SERIES
MS30R
MS30R
Item Part No.
MS30-D-MF2 1MS30-D-MFD
2MS30-D-MFS
3MS25-68
4MS25-51
559062-1
657426
757314
854317
9MS30-31
10MS30-34
11MS30-32
12MS25-35
1354242
1454240-4
15SP18MB1
6S4CA
17 KITMS25-MF5
18 55013
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
MS30-D-MF2 PULVERIZER JAW SET
Description PULVERIZER JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BLADE
SHIM
NUT
WASHER
SCREW
SCREW
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BUSHING
SCREW
SCREW
TOOTH
PIN
CUTTING KIT
GREASE NIPPLE
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
1
1
2
5
6
6
3
3
2
2
2
2
12
12
14
14
1
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS30R
MS30R
Item Part No.
MS30-MC2
1MS30-MCD
2MS30-MCS
3SH150-66
4SH150-46
559182
654303
754303-2
8MS30-32
9MS30-31
10MS30-34
1154240-4
1254242
13MS25-35
14SH150-68
15SH150-48
16SH150-63
17SH150-46M
1854303-1
19SH150-67
20 KITMS25-MC4
73
MS30-MC2 SHEAR JAW SET
Description SHEAR JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BLADE
SHIM
NUT
SCREW
SCREW
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
SCREW
SCREW
BUSHING
BLADE
SHIM
BLADE
SHIM
SCREW
BLADE
CUTTING KIT
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. Item Part No.
21
55013
Description Qty.
GREASE NIPPLE
1
1
1
2
4
10
4
2
2
2
2
12
12
2
1
2
1
4
4
1
1
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
74
Parts
MS SERIES
MS30R
MS30R
Item Part No.
MS30-MM2
1MS30-MMS
2MS30-MMD
3CP1000-67
4CP1000-50
559183
654318
754310
8MS30-32
9MS30-31
10MS30-34
1154240-4
1254242
13 55013
14MS25-35
15 KITMS25-3MM
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
MS30-MM2 COMBI JAW SET
Description COMBI JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BLADE
SHIM
NUT
SCREW
SCREW
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
SCREW
SCREW
GREASE NIPPLE
BUSHING
CUTTING KIT
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
1
1
4
8
16
8
8
2
2
2
12
12
1
2
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS30R
MS30R
Item Part No.
MS30-D-MM
1MS25-D-MMS
2MS25-D-1MMD
3CP1000-67
4CP1000-50
5
59183 6
54318 7
54310 8MS25-31M
9MS25-80
10MS25-33M
11MS25-65
12MS25-66
1357905-1
14 55013 15 MS25-70
16MS25-35
17SP25MB3
18S7CA
19SP18MB1
20S4CA
75
MS30-D-MM COMBI JAW SET
Description COMBI JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BLADE
SHIM
NUT
SCREW
SCREW
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
SHIM
SHIM
PIN
GREASE NIPPLE
O-RING SEAL
BUSHING
TOOTH
PIN
TOOTH
PIN
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. Item Part No.
21
KITMS25-3MM
Description CUTTING KIT
Qty.
1
1
1
4
8
16
8
8
2
2
2
1
2
6
2
4
2
1
1
2
2
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
76
Parts
MS SERIES
MS30R
MS30R
Item Part No.
MS30-ML
1MS25-MLD
2MS25-1MLS
3MS25-80
4MS25-31M
5MS25-35
6MS25-33M
7MS25-71
8MS25-73
9CP600-67
10MS25-72
11MS25-74
12MS25-75
13CP600-56
14MS25-65
15MS25-66
1657905-1
17 55013 1854308-5
1954308-1
20 54310 BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
MS30-ML PLATE SHEAR JAW SET
Description Qty. PLATE SHEAR JAW SET
SHANK
1
SHANK
1
BUSHING
2
BUSHING
2
BUSHING
1
FLANGE
2
BLADE
3
BLADE
1
BLADE
1
BLADE
2
SHIM
8
SHIM
4
SHIM
2
SHIM
1
SHIM
1
PIN
6
GREASE NIPPLE
1
SCREW
4
SCREW
10
SCREW
3
P/N 150-9042
Item Part No.
Description 21 59181 22 59183 23 81818 24MS25-70
25 KITMS25-ML1
NUT
NUT
O-RING SEAL
BLADE
CUTTING KIT
Qty.
14
3
4
1
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS40R
MS40R
Item Part No.
77
Main Structure Assembly
Description 1MS40-F
FRAME
2 25034528020000PCYLINDER
3MS40-41
PIN
4MS40-40
PIN
51300-41
PIN
6MS40-30
BUSHING
71300-32
BUSHING
825034528017031BUSHING
9
MS40-60
CYLINDER GUARD
10MS50-79
COVER
11MS50-44
COVER
121300-46
COVER
131300-43
COVER
14 55013 GREASE NIPPLE
15 54101 SCREW
16 53056 SCREW
17 81432 O-RING SEAL
18 54057 SCREW
19 57424 WASHER
20 53043 SCREW
21MS40-56
COVER
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. Item Part No.
1 22MS40-57
2
1
2
2
2
4
2
2
4
1
2
2
10
8
16
2
2
4
4
1
P/N 150-9042
Description COVER
Qty.
1
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
78
Parts
MS SERIES
MS40R
MS40R
Item Part No.
1A426-9
2MS50-10M
3
68004 4
66507 5
81020 6
81011 7
66753 857425-2
954059-2
10 81406-90
11 18426-9
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
CYLINDER & ROTATION FEED ASSEMBLY
Description DISTRIBUTOR
BLOCK
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
NIPPLE
BONDED SEAL
BONDED SEAL
PLUG
WASHER
SCREW
O-RING SEAL
DISTRIBUTOR SEAL KIT
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
8
8
4
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS40R
MS40R
Item Part No.
1
MS40-1STD
2
I2085302
3SH300-87
4A426-9
573055BR-2
673067-B
7
73084 873083
9
MS40-55
10SH300-STD40
11 54778 12 66037 131300-24R
14 55013 15 66507 16 81020 17 57424 18 57426 19 57425 2057423-1
21 57423 79
ROTATION CONTROL ASSEMBLY
Description Qty. ROTARY JOINT
THRUST BEARING
COVER
DISTRIBUTOR
REDUCTION
GEAR
COVER
VALVE
DISTRIBUTOR RETAINER
PIN
EYEBOLTS
SPLIT PIN
COVER
GREASE NIPPLE
NIPPLE
BONDED SEAL
WASHER
WASHER
WASHER
WASHER
WASHER
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
6
2
2
12
6
4
10
4
Item Part No.
22 53059 23 53045 24 53081 25 53056 2657425-3
27 54039 2853044-2
2954062-12.9
3054063-12.9
31 53043 32 57020 33 73055BR-1
34 57428 35MS40-91
P/N 150-9042
Description SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
NUT
HYDRAULIC MOTOR
WASHER
COVER
Qty.
2
14
4
6
4
4
3
68
4
8
2
1
3
2
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
80
Parts
MS SERIES
MS40R
MS40R
Item Part No.
CYLINDER FEED ASSEMBLY
Description 1 2503452802000PCYLINDER
27030-OBM
VALVE
3MS50-18M
BLOCK
4MS40-52
HOSE
5MS40-50
HOSE
6MS40-51
HOSE
7
68001 SAE SPLIT FLANGE
8
68004
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
9
250345280200NG CYLINDER SEAL KIT
10 54064 SCREW
1154056-1
SCREW
1253057-1
SCREW
1353070-2
SCREW
1457425-2
WASHER
15 57426 WASHER
16 81406-90
O-RING SEAL
17 81428-90
O-RING SEAL
18 31502067 ANTI-EXTRUSION RING
19 81416-90
O-RING SEAL
20A426-9
DISTRIBUTOR
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
2
1
1
4
1
1
8
4
1
32
16
4
4
20
36
4
8
2
2
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS40R
MS40R
Item Part No.
MS40-MP1 1MS40-1MPD
2MS40-MPS
3MS40-31M
4MS40-32M
51300-31
6MS40-34
71100-67
81100-47
954311
1059064
1157425
12 55013
1354251
1454243-1
15 KITMS40-MP
81
MS40-MP1 CRUSHER JAW SET
Description CRUSHER JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BUSHING
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BLADE
SHIM
SCREW
NUT
WASHER
GREASE NIPPLE
SCREW
SCREW
CUTTING KIT
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
6
6
6
6
1
12
12
1
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
82
Parts
MS SERIES
MS40R
MS40R
Item Part No.
MS40-D-1MP
1MS40-D-1MPD
2MS40-D-1MPS
3MS40-32
4MS40-31
51300-31
6MS40-33
71100-67
81100-47
9MS40-70
10MS40-71
1157908-1
12 55013 13 54311 14 57425 15 59064 16 MS40-80
17SP25MB3
18S7CA
19 KITMS40-MP
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
MS40-D-1MP CRUSHER JAW SET
Description CRUSHER JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BUSHING
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BLADE
SHIM
SHIM
SHIM
PIN
GREASE NIPPLE
SCREW
WASHER
NUT
O-RING SEAL
TOOTH
PIN
CUTTING KIT
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
6
1
2
6
2
6
6
6
4
4
4
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS40R
MS40R
Item Part No.
MS40-MF1
1MS40-1MFD
2MS40-1MFS
3MS40-31M
4MS40-32M
51300-31
6MS40-34
71100-67
81100-47
954311
1059064
1157425
12 55013
1354251
1454243-1
15 KITMS40-MF
83
MS40-MF1 PULVERIZER JAW SET
Description PULVERIZER JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BUSHING
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BLADE
SHIM
SCREW
NUT
WASHER
GREASE NIPPLE
SCREW
SCREW
CUTTING KIT
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
6
6
6
6
1
12
12
1
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
84
Parts
MS SERIES
MS40R
MS40R
Item Part No.
ms40-d-mf1 pulverizer jaw set
Description MS40-D-MF1 PULVERIZER JAW SET
1MS40-D-1MFD SHANK
2MS40-D-MFS
SHANK
3MS40-31M
BUSHING
4MS40-32M
BUSHING
51300-31
BUSHING
6MS40-34
FLANGE
71100-67
BLADE
81100-47
SHIM
954311
SCREW
1059064
NUT
1157425
WASHER
12 55013
GREASE NIPPLE
1354251
SCREW
1454243-1
SCREW
15 KITMS40-MF
CUTTING KIT
16SP18MB1
TOOTH
17S4CA
PIN
18SP25MB3
TOOTH
19S7CA
PIN
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
6
6
6
6
1
12
12
1
9
9
4
4
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS40R
MS40R
Item Part No.
MS40-MC2
1MS40-2MCD
2MS40-2MCS
3MS40-31M
4MS40-32M
51300-31
6MS40-34
7MS40-64
8MS40-65
9MS40-68
10MS40-48
11MS40-46
1254251
1354243-1
1454308-18
1554308-6
1654308-4
1754308-20
1859181
19 55013
20 KITMS40-MC2
85
MS40-MC2 SHEAR JAW SET
Description SHEAR JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BUSHING
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BLADE
BLADE
BLADE
SHIM
SHIM
GRUB-SCREW
GRUB-SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
NUT
GREASE NIPPLE
CUTTING KIT
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. Item Part No.
21SH410-64
Description BLADE
Qty.
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
4
10
12
12
6
4
2
4
16
1
1
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
86
Parts
MS SERIES
MS40R
MS40R
Item Part No.
MS40-MM1
1MS40-1MMD
2MS40-1MMS
3MS40-32M
4MS40-31M
51300-31
6MS40-34
7SH400-63
8SH400-46M
954308-5
1054308-2
1159181
12 55013
1354251
1454243-1
15 KITMS40-MM
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
MS40-MM1 COMBI JAW SET
Description COMBI JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BUSHING
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BLADE
SHIM
SCREW
SCREW
NUT
GREASE NIPPLE
SCREW
SCREW
CUTTING KIT
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
8
6
6
12
1
12
12
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS40R
MS40R
Item Part No.
MS40-D-MM
1MS40-MMD
2MS40-D-MMS
3MS40-32
4MS40-31
51300-31
6MS40-33
7SH400-63
8SH400-46M
9MS40-70
10MS40-71
1157908-1
12 55013 13 MS40-80
1454308-5
1554308-2
16 59181 17SP25MB3
18S7CA
19 KITMS40-MM
87
MS40-D-MM COMBI JAW SET
Description COMBI JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BUSHING
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BLADE
SHIM
SHIM
SHIM
PIN
GREASE NIPPLE
O-RING SEAL
SCREW
SCREW
NUT
TOOTH
PIN
CUTTING KIT
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
8
1
2
6
2
4
6
6
12
2
2
1
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
88
Parts
MS SERIES
MS40R
MS40R
Item Part No.
MS40-ML PLATE SHEAR JAW SET
Description MS40-ML PLATE SHEAR JAW SET
1MS40-MLD
SHANK
2MS40-MLS
SHANK
3MS40-32
BUSHING
4MS40-31
BUSHING
51300-31
BUSHING
61300-32
BUSHING
7MS40-33
FLANGE
8MS40-72-1
BLADE
9MS25-72
BLADE
10MS40-73
BLADE
11CP800-68
BLADE
12MS25-75
SHIM
13CP800-50
SHIM
14MS40-70
SHIM
15MS40-71
SHIM
1657908-1
PIN
17 55013 GREASE NIPPLE
1854308-6
SCREW
1954308-1
SCREW
20 54310 SCREW
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
P/N 150-9042
Qty. 1 1 2 2
1
2
2
1
5
1
1
8
2
1
2
6
1
5
12
4
Item Part No.
21
22
23
24
Description 59181 59183 MS40-80
KITMS40-ML
NUT
NUT
O-RING SEAL
CUTTING KIT
Qty.
17
4
4
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS60R
MS60R
Item Part No.
89
MAIN STRUCTURE ASSEMBLY
Description 1MS60-F
FRAME
2 25045030020000PCYLINDER
3MS60-73
PIN
4MS60-72
PIN
5MS50-66
PIN
6MS60-33
BUSHING
7 25045030020031MBUSHING
825045030020030BUSHING
9
MS50-60M
CYLINDER GUARD
10MS50-79
COVER
11MS60-77
COVER
12SH400-45
COVER
13MS50-96
COVER
14 55013 GREASE NIPPLE
15 54056 SCREW
16 53056 SCREW
17 81820 O-RING SEAL
18 54057 SCREW
19 57424 WASHER
20 53044 SCREW
21MS60-91
COVER
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. Item Part No.
1 22MS60-90
23 57426 2 1
2
2
2
4
2
2
4
1
2
2
8
4
16
2
6
8
8
1
P/N 150-9042
Description COVER
WASHER
Qty.
1
16
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
90
Parts
MS SERIES
MS60R
MS60R
Item Part No.
154056-1
257425-2
3
68004 4
53077 5
66637 6
81020 7
66507 859063
9SH410-10
10SH410-70
11A426-9
12 66546 1354059-2
14SH410-35
15 18426-9
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
CYLINDER & ROTATION FEED ASSEMBLY
Description SCREW
WASHER
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
SCREW
PLUG
BONDED SEAL
NIPPLE
NUT
BLOCK
PIPE
DISTRIBUTOR
STUD
SCREW
HOSE
DISTRIBUTOR SEAL KIT
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
16
32
2
8
2
8
4
8
2
2
1
2
8
2
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS60R
MS60R
Item Part No.
1
MS60STD
2
I2098401
3MS60-60
4A426-9
5
73055BR-3
699T892-2
7
73084 873083
9
MS60-55
10SH300-STD40
11 54778 12 66037 13SH500-12
14 55013 15 66507 16 81020 17 57423 18 57426 19 57425 2057425-3
21 54039 91
ROTATION CONTROL ASSEMBLY
Description Qty. ROTARY JOINT
THRUST BEARING
COVER
DISTRIBUTOR
REDUCTION GEAR
GEAR
COVER
VALVE
DISTRIBUTOR RETAINER
PIN
EYEBOLTS
SPLIT PIN
COVER
GREASE NIPPLE
NIPPLE
BONDED SEAL
WASHER
WASHER
WASHER
WASHER
SCREW
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
8
8
4
6
4
Item Part No.
22 57424 23 53057 24 53081 25 53056 26 53045 27 53028 2853044-2
29 54109 30 54110 31 53044 32MS40-91
33 73055BR-1
34 57428 P/N 150-9042
Description WASHER
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
COVER
HYDRAULIC MOTOR
WASHER
Qty.
8
4
4
12
4
4
3
20
52
4
2
1
3
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
92
Parts
MS SERIES
MS60R
MS60R
Item Part No.
CYLINDER FEED ASSEMBLY
Description 1 25045030020000PCYLINDER
27030-OBM
VALVE
3MS50-18M
BLOCK
4MS50-58
HOSE
5MS50-81
HOSE
6MS50-80
HOSE
7
68001 SAE SPLIT FLANGE
8
68004
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
9
250450300200NG CYLINDER SEAL KIT
1054052-1
SCREW
1154056-1
SCREW
1253057-1
SCREW
1353070-2
SCREW
1457425-2
WASHER
15 57426 WASHER
16 81406-90
O-RING SEAL
17 81428-90
O-RING SEAL
18 81416-90
O-RING SEAL
19A426-9
DISTRIBUTOR
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
2
1
1
4
1
1
8
4
1
32
16
4
4
20
36
4
8
2
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS60R
MS60R
Item Part No.
MS60-MP
1MS60-MPD
2MS60-MPS
3MS60-30
4MS60-31
5MS50-74
6MS60-32
71300-67
81300-47
9MS60-70
10MS60-71
1157908-2
12 55013 1354074-12.9
14 59182 15 MS60-80
16 KITMS60-MP
93
MS60-MP CRUSHER JAW SET
Description CRUSHER JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BUSHING
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BLADE
SHIM
SHIM
SHIM
PIN
GREASE NIPPLE
SCREW
NUT
O-RING SEAL
CUTTING KIT
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
4
1
3
6
1
8
8
4
1
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
94
Parts
MS SERIES
MS60R
MS60R
Item Part
Item
Part No.
MS60-MF
1MS60-MFD
2MS60-MFS
3MS60-31
4MS60-30
5MS50-74
6MS60-32
7CP1000-67
8CP1000-50
9MS60-70
10MS60-71
1157908-2
12 54318 13 59183 14 MS60-80
15 55013 16 KITMS60-MF
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
MS60-MF PULVERIZER JAW SET
Description PULVERIZER JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BUSHING
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BLADE
SHIM
SHIM
SHIM
PIN
SCREW
NUT
O-RING SEAL
GREASE NIPPLE
CUTTING KIT
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
4
1
3
6
8
8
4
1
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS60R
MS60R
Item Part No.
MS60-D-MF
1MS60-D-MFD
2MS60-D-MFS
3MS60-31
4MS60-30
5MS50-74
6MS60-32
7CP1000-67
8CP1000-50
9MS60-70
10MS60-71
1157908-2
12 54318 13 59183 14 MS60-80
15 55013 16SP25MB3
17S7CA
18 KITMS60-MF
95
MS60-D-MF PULVERIZER JAW SET
Description PULVERIZER JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BUSHING
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BLADE
SHIM
SHIM
SHIM
PIN
SCREW
NUT
O-RING SEAL
GREASE NIPPLE
TOOTH
PIN
CUTTING KIT
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
4
1
3
6
8
8
4
1
18
18
1
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
96
Parts
MS SERIES
MS60R
MS60R
Item Part No.
MS60-MC
1MS60-MCD
2MS60-MCS
3MS60-31
4MS60-30
5MS50-74
6MS60-32
7SH500-67
8SH300-66
9MS50-68
10MS50-48
11SH500-47
12MS60-70
13MS60-71
1457908-2
1554308-5
1654308-4
17 59181 18 55013 19 MS60-80
20 KITMS60-MC
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
MS60-MC SHEAR JAW SET
Description SHEAR JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BUSHING
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BLADE
BLADE
BLADE
SHIM
SHIM
SHIM
SHIM
PIN
SCREW
SCREW
NUT
GREASE NIPPLE
O-RING SEAL
CUTTING KIT
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
1
1
2
2
2
2
3
1
1
1
6
1
3
6
8
6
14
1
4
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS60R
MS60R
Item Part No.
MS60-MM
1MS60-MMS
2MS60-MMD
3MS60-30
4MS60-31
5MS50-74
6MS60-32
71300-67
81300-47
9MS60-71
10MS60-70
1157908-2
12 55013 13 MS60-80
1454068-12.9
1554063-12.9
16 59182 17 KITMS60-MM
97
MS60-MM COMBI JAW SET
Description COMBI JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BUSHING
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BLADE
SHIM
SHIM
SHIM
PIN
GREASE NIPPLE
O-RING SEAL
SCREW
SCREW
NUT
CUTTING KIT
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
6
3
1
6
1
4
8
8
16
1
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
98
Parts
MS SERIES
MS60R
MS60R
Item Part No.
MS60-ML
1MS60-MLD
2MS60-MLS
3MS60-31
4MS60-30
5MS50-74
61300-32
7MS60-32
8MS60-69
9MS60-66
10MS60-67
11MS60-63
12MS60-56
13MS60-53
14MS60-70
15MS60-71
16 57935 17 55013 1854308-11
1954308-23
20 54303 BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
MS60-ML PLATE SHEAR JAW SET
Description PLATE SHEAR JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BUSHING
BUSHING
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BLADE
BLADE
BLADE
BLADE
SHIM
SHIM
SHIM
SHIM
PIN
GREASE NIPPLE
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
P/N 150-9042
Qty. 1
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
4
1
1
12
2
1
2
4
1
5
12
3
Item Part No.
21
22
23
24
25
Description 59185 59182 MS60-80
KITMS60-ML
MS60-68 NUT
NUT
O-RING SEAL
CUTTING KIT
BLADE
Qty.
17
3
4
1
1
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Parts
MS SERIES
MS130R
MS130R
Item Part No.
1MS120-F
2
81823 3MS120-40
4
55013 5
MS120-60
6MS120-51
754057-12.9
8MS120-86
9
53080 10 57425 1154102-2
12SH1000-46
13 55008 14 54056 1554240-1
16MS120-55
17MS120-15-1
18MS120-30
19MS120-15-2
2054301-1
21 81812-2
99
MAIN STRUCTURE ASSEMBLY
Description FRAME
O-RING SEAL
PIN
GREASE NIPPLE
CYLINDER GUARD
COVER
SCREW
COVER
SCREW
WASHER
SCREW
COVER
GREASE NIPPLE
SCREW
SCREW
COVER
PIN
BUSHING
SHIM
SCREW
O-RING SEAL
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty. 1
4
2
6
2
2
4
3
12
12
4
1
4
32
32
4
4
2
4
8
1
Item Part No.
22MS120-42
23SH1000-51
24086MA656-300
25 MS120-90
26MS120-41
28 25081033020000 28086MA656-400
29SH1000-90
30 66037 P/N 150-9042
Description PIN
COVER
BUSHING
PIN GUARD
PIN
CYLINDER
BUSHING
PIN
SPLIT PIN
Qty.
1
2
4
1
2
2
2
1
1
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Parts
MS SERIES
MS130R
MS130R
Item Part No.
154075-12.9
257425-2
3
68004
454068-1
566753
6
81011
766765
8
81025
954109
1057426-1
11SH1000-38M
1254114
13A-1087
14 81425-1
15SH1000-10
1666510
17 81022
18SH1000-39
1954048-2
2073075
2157425-3
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
CYLINDER & ROTATION FEED ASSEMBLY
Description SCREW
WASHER
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
SCREW
PLUG
BONDED SEAL
PLUG
BONDED SEAL
SCREW
WASHER
PIPE
SCREW
DISTRIBUTOR
BONDED SEAL
BLOCK
NIPPLE
BONDED SEAL
HOSE
SCREW
VALVE
WASHER
P/N 150-9042
Qty. 12
16
4
8
5
5
2
2
8
8
2
8
1
4
2
4
6
2
4
1
4
Item Part No.
Description 2253056
2353044
2457428
2573076-1
2657425-5
2753088-2-10.9
28 73076
29 73072-1
30 73072
3166687
32 181087
SCREW
SCREW
WASHER
COVER
WASHER
SCREW
PINION GEAR
GEAR BOX
HYDRAULIC MOTOR
STUD
DISTRIBUTOR SEAL KIT
Qty.
4
3
3
1
10
10
1
1
1
2
1
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Parts
MS SERIES
MS130R 101
MS130R
Item Part No.
1
53072 257425-2
3SH1000-84
4
SH1000-STD
5
SH1000-71
6SH1000-80
7SH1000-85
8
57426 9
53056 10 55008 11 54119 12MS120-87
13 57426 14 53056 15A-1087
16 54121 1753108-1
1857425-7
19MS120-88
20 I2134-419
21 MS120-95
ROTATION CONTROL ASSEMBLY
Description Qty. SCREW
WASHER
COVER
ROTARY JOINT
ROTATION ASSEMBLY
COVER
COVER
WASHER
SCREW
GREASE NIPPLE
SCREW
COVER
WASHER
SCREW
DISTRIBUTOR
SCREW
SCREW
WASHER
COVER
THRUST BEARING
DISTRIBUTOR RETAINER
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
12
12
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
4
26
1
8
8
1
38
4
4
1
1
1
Item Part No.
2257425-5
2353080-10.9
24 54120 25 55013 26 81011 27 66514 28GR3-34
2966608-3
3066753-1
P/N 150-9042
Description Qty.
WASHER
SCREW
SCREW
GREASE NIPPLE
SEAL
NIPPLE
HOSE
STUD
PLUG
4
4
32
4
2
1
1
1
1
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Parts
MS SERIES
MS130R
MS130R
ItemPart
Item
Part No.
CYLINDER FEED ASSEMBLY
Description 125081033020000CYLINDER
2MS120-50
BLOCK
3MS120-18
BLOCK
4MS120-58
HOSE
5MS120-36
HOSE
6MS120-37
HOSE
7
68004 SAE SPLIT FLANGE
8
68006 SAE SPLIT FLANGE
9
25081033020000G CYLINDER SEAL KIT
1054056-1
SCREW
11 54116 SCREW
1257425-5
WASHER
1353095-1-10.9
SCREW
14MS120-59
HOSE
1557425-2
WASHER
16 81425-1
O-RING SEAL
17 81406-90
O-RING SEAL
18 54109 SCREW
19A-1087
DISTRIBUTOR
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
2
3
1
2
1
1
8
4
1
32
16
4
4
2
32
6
8
12
1
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Parts
MS SERIES
MS130R 103
MS130R
Item Part
Item
Part No.
1
66517 2
81025 3
66518 4
66522 5
81024 6SH1000-10
7
81406-90
8SH10001LR350
9
68004 1057425-2
1154059-3
12 53072 13SH1000-95
1454075-12.9
15 73077 VALVE FEED ASSEMBLY
Description NIPPLE
O-RING SEAL
NIPPLE
NIPPLE
O-RING SEAL
BLOCK
O-RING SEAL
BLOCK
SAE SPLIT FLANGE
WASHER
SCREW
SCREW
COVER
SCREW
VALVE
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
12
4
4
1
4
1
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
104
Parts
MS SERIES
MS130R
MS130R
ItemPart
Item
Part No.
MS130-B-MP
1MS130-B-MPD
2MS130-B-MPS
3MS120-31
4MS120-33
5
54250 654243-1
754101-2
857997-6
9
78908 10MS120-32
11MS120-34
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
MS130-B-MP CRUSHER JAW SET
Description CRUSHER JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BUSHING
BUSHING
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
RING
BALL JOINT
BUSHING
FLANGE
P/N 150-9042
Qty.
1
1
2
2
12
12
12
2
2
2
2
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Parts
MS SERIES
MS130R 105
MS130R
Item Part
Item
Part No.
MS130-MP 1MS130-MPD
2MS130-MPS
3MS120-31
4MS120-33
5
54250 654243-1
7
59181 857997-6
9
78908 10SH500-46
11SH500-66
1254308-3
13 KITMS130-MP
14MS120-34
15MS120-32
1654101-2
MS130-MP CRUSHER JAW SET
Description CRUSHER JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BUSHING
BUSHING
SCREW
SCREW
NUT
RING
BALL JOINT
SHIM
BLADE
SCREW
CUTTING KIT
FLANGE
BUSHING
SCREW
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
Qty.
1
1
2
2
12
12
4
2
2
6
2
4
1
2
2
12
P/N 150-9042
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Parts
MS SERIES
MS130R
MS130R
ItemPart
Item
Part No.
MS130-MC
1MS130-MCS
2MS130-MCD
3MS120-31
4MS120-32
5MS120-33
6MS120-34
7MS130-64
8MS130-65
9MS130-68
10SH1000-68
11MS130-67
12MS130-71
13MS130-72
14 54319 1554243-1
16 54250 1754101-2
1854308-16
1954308-9
2054308-11
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
MS130-MC SHEAR JAW SET
Description SHEAR JAW SET
SHANK
SHANK
BUSHING
BUSHING
BUSHING
FLANGE
BLADE
BLADE
BLADE
BLADE
SHIM
SHIM
SHIM
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
SCREW
P/N 150-9042
Qty. 1 1 2 2
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
8
6
6
12
12
8
8
4
2
Item Part No.
Description 2154308-12
22 59185 2357997-6
24 78908 SCREW
NUT
RING
BALL JOINT
Qty.
4
18
2
2
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Warranty
MS SERIES
Warranty
107
REV 09/04
1. BREAKER TECHNOLOGY INC. Company (hereinafter referred to as “BTI”) warrants this product against defects
in materials and workmanship for a period of twelve (12) months or 2000 hours from the date of installation, or 18
months from the date of shipment, whichever comes first. This warranty does not cover o-rings, seals, fittings, hoses,
or other items considered normal wear items. These are covered by the Limited Warranty period of thirty (30) days.
Warranty for propriety items such as valves, filters, installation kits, and componentry that are not manufactured by
BTI, will be governed by the warranty terms of their manufacturer. This warranty is void if BTI’s standard installation
specifications and procedures are not adhered to.
2. BTI will authorize return of any defective components or sufficient evidence of such defect to a BTI warehouse. Such
components or such evidence must clearly show that the defect was caused by faulty material or poor workmanship.
Warranty claim will be accepted only if it is submitted on a proper claims form with proof of purchase and received
within sixty (60) days from the date of discovery of the defect. Warranty claims will be considered only if the
“Installation Notice” has been duly filled in and returned to BTI within thirty (30) days from the date of installation.
3. BTI will at it’s option, repair or refurbish the defective part(s) without charge to the initial user or may elect to issue
full or partial credit toward the purchase of a new part(s). The extent of credit issued, which will be in the form of a
“Credit Memo”, will be determined by pro-rating against the normal life of the part(s) in question.
4. BTI is not responsible for mileage, travel time, travel expenses, overtime labor, and any freight expenses required to
facilitate the repair.
5. This warranty does not apply if the product has been damaged by accident, abuse, misuse, misapplication or neglect,
or as a result of service, disassembly or modification, without BTI’s express authorization.
6. BTI assumes no liability beyond the replacement of defective parts or materials and/or the correction of such
defective parts or materials.
7. BTI neither assumes nor authorizes any other person to assume for it any liability in connection with the sale of its
products other than that specifically stated herein.
8. THISWARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ANYAND ALL OTHERWARRANTIES. EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY
SET FORTH HEREIN, BTI MAKES NO REPRESENTATION ORWARRANTY, STATUTORY, EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO THE PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED AND/OR SUPPLIED BY BTI, WHETHER AS
TO MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR ANY OTHER MATTER. IN NO EVENT,
INCLUDING IN THE CASE OF A CLAIM OF NEGLIGENCE, SHALL BTI BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
HYDRAULIC MULTI-SYSTEM OWNER’S MANUAL
P/N 150-9042
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
MS SERIES
108
NOTES
BREAKER TECHNOLOGY
P/N 150-9042
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