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Product Manual

MARATHON
EN395-5h 2002

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Original EN395-4a, 2000

High efficiency The mechanical efficiency of the Marathon motor is 97% within the motors optimal working range. Variable speed control The speed and direction of rotation of a Marathon motor are easily controlled by varying the flow. Quick selection diagram for Marathon motors The curves below represent the torque and speed. Thus. When the motor is braking it acts as a pump. Oil viscosity in the motor case 40 cSt (187 SSU). Response is fast due to the extremely low moment of inertia. Average operating torque Average speed rpm For operation in.Features High torques The Marathon motor is a high-torque motor which is mounted directly on the shaft or a driven machine without intermediate gears. or freezing cold throughout the world.or outside line screened area and for final selection. 3 . Severe environments The design of the Marathon motor makes it highly resistant to severe working environments. Low speeds The Marathon motor is a low-speed motor and can run for practically an unlimited time from zero (stalling) to it´s maximum speed. Reduces shock loads The moment of inertia of the Marathon motor is very low compared to electro-mechanical drives. Thousands of Marathon motors are installed in explosive and chemically corrosive industrial environments. The moving parts of the motor are completely enclosed in hydraulic fluid. which has good lubrication quality. this is known as a four-quadrant drive. Both driving and braking The Marathon motor can drive and brake in both directions. corresponding to a basic rating life L10h = 40 000 hours. the shock loads on the driven machine are significantly reduced. in extreme heat. please contact your Hägglunds representative. Also limitation of the output torque can easily be achieved by controlling the pressure level.

Cam roller 3. Connection block 9. or alternatively by splines. SE 456517. Cam ring 2. Rotation therefore occurs. GB 1385693. D2. thereby producing a torque. Guide roller bearing 7a.Functional description Hägglunds Drives hydraulic industrial motor MARATHON is of the radial-piston type with a rotating cylinder block/hollow shaft and a stationary case. Each piston is working against a cam roller. Oil main lines are connected to ports R and L in the connection block and drain lines to ports D1. An even number of pistons are radially located in bores inside the cylinder block. EP 0102915. The motor is connected to the shaft of the driven machine through the hollow shaft of the cylinder block. Cylinder block / hollow shaft 6. D3 and D4* = drain ports D2 *D4 = MB 1150 . Part 1. 11 D1 Fig. Quality To assure our quality we maintain a Quality Assurance System. EN 29001 and BS 5750. 1 Marathon motor 1 (D4*) 2 3 4 Valid patents US 4522110. The reaction force is 3 transferred by the guide roller bearings on the cam rollers shaft ends to the two guide plates which are 5 connected to the cylinder block/hollow shaft. D3 or D4* in the port end housing. Cylinder block bearing 8. EU 0524437. and the valve plate directs the incoming and outgoing oil to and from the working pistons.MB 4000 . certified to standard ISO 9001. Port end housing R = inlet or outlet port »R« L = inlet or outlet port »L« D1. Shaft end housing 11. 7 7a 5 8 R. D2.The torque is transmitted by using a mechanical shaft coupling. Shaft coupling 5. 1 When the hydraulic pressure is acting on the pistons. the cam rollers are pushed against the slope 2 on the cam ring that is rigidly connected to the case. The cylinder block is mounted in fixed roller bearings in the case. Piston 4. Valve plate 10. Guide plates 7. and the torque available 9 is proportional to the pressure in the system. JP 83162704. L 10 9 6 D3 4 1.

output power intermittent. pressure** Max. considerations regarding charge pressure. Magnum port end and standard or lower displacement. (1 High speed. (2 High speed. Peak/transient pressure 420 bar/ 6000 psi maximum. 5 . ** The motors are designed according to DNV-rules.97 Rated speed* Max. Test pressure 420 bar/6000 psi.Calculation fundamentals For more information See Powerful Engineering (EN347-4). US psi psi gpm gpm in3/rev Data Metric Motor type MA 141 MA 200 MB 283 MB 800-283(1 MB 400 MB 800-400(3 MB 800-400(1 MB 1150-400(1 MB 566 MB 1150-566(1 MB 800-575(1 MB 800 MB 800-800(2 MB 1150-683(1 MB 1150-800(1 MB 1150-975(1 MB 1150 MB 1600-1375(1 MB 1600 MB 2400-1725(1 MB 2400-1950(1 MB 2400-2175(1 MB 2400 MB 3200 MB 4000 20 20 20 20 Displacement S index Specific torque Vi 8890 12575 17768 17768 25145 25145 25145 25145 35561 35561 36121 50265 50265 42899 50258 61249 72241 86392 100529 108383 122520 136657 150794 201059 251323 Ts 141 200 283 283 400 400 400 400 566 566 575 800 800 683 800 975 1150 1375 1600 1725 1950 2175 2400 3200 4000 n 56 38 38 80 28 36 56 90 28 70 42 18 28 62 55 40 38 30 28 22 22 18 16 10 8 n 80 55 50 130 35 50 95 125 35 110 65 25 45 90 75 62 53 43 38 33 30 27 24 16 12 p 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 350 P 254 254 390 515 390 515 515 1031 515 1031 515 515 515 1031 1031 1031 1031 1031 1031 1546 1546 1546 1546 1580 1580 * Spec. Magnum port end. system for speeds above rated. speed Max. Quantity Symbol Metric Power P = kW Output torque T = Nm Specific torque Ts = Nm/bar Rotational speed n = rpm Required pressure p = bar US hp lbf·ft lbf·ft/1000 psi rpm psi Quantity Symbol Metric Pressure loss ∆pl = bar Charge pressure pc = bar Flow rate required q = l/min Total volumetric loss ql = l/min Displacement Vi = cm3/rev Mechanical efficiency ηm = 0. allowed to occur 10000 times. (3 Lower displacement. cooling and choice of hydr.

allowed to occur 10000 times. (2 High speed. Max case pressure 8 bar (116 psi) 4. (1 High speed. 5. Running case pressure 0-3 bar (0-45 psi). cooling and choice of hydr. 2. ** The motors are designed according to DNV-rules. a minimum of 15% of oil is to be exchanged in the main loop. pressure** Max. Definitions Rated speedx) Rated speed is the highest allowed speed for a charge pressure of 12 bar (175 psi) above case pressure. 3. considerations regarding charge pressure. x) Operating above rated conditions requires engineering approval. Charge pressure (see diagram). Vi 542 767 1084 Ts 7170 10170 14390 14380 20340 20340 20340 20340 28780 28780 29240 40680 40680 34720 40680 49570 58480 69920 81360 87700 99150 110600 122050 162750 203440 n 56 38 38 80 28 36 56 90 28 70 42 18 28 62 55 40 38 30 28 22 22 18 16 10 8 n 80 55 50 130 35 50 95 125 35 110 65 25 45 90 75 62 53 43 38 33 30 27 24 16 12 p 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 P 340 340 523 690 523 690 690 1382 690 1382 690 690 690 1382 1382 1382 1382 1382 1382 2072 2072 2072 2072 2117 2117 20 1084 1534 1534 20 1534 1534 2170 2170 MB 1150-400 MB 566 MB 1150-566(1 MB 800-575(1 MB 800 MB 800-800(2 MB 1150-683(1 MB 1150-800(1 MB 1150-975(1 MB 1150 MB 1600-1375(1 MB 1600 MB 2400-1725(1 MB 2400-1950(1 MB 2400-2175(1 MB 2400 MB 3200 MB 4000 20 20 2204 3066 3066 2618 3067 3738 4408 5270 6132 6611 7473 8336 9198 12265 15330 * Spec.40 . output power intermittent. Special considerations are necessary regarding charge pressure.4650 SSU). Max speed Maximum speed is the maximum allowed speed.187 .10000 cSt (98 . Volumetric losses (see diagram). speed Max. Accepted conditions for standard type of motor: 1. 6 . Magnum port end and standard or lower displacement. When a closed loop system is used. (3 Lower displacement. See page 19. Peak/transient pressure 420 bar/6000 psi maximum. Magnum port end. Test pressure 420 bar/6000 psi. Temperature -35°C to +70°C (-31°F to +158°F). system for speeds above rated. cooling and choice of hydraulic system for speeds above rated.Data US Motor type MA 141 MA 200 MB 283 MB 800-283(1 MB 400 MB 800-400(3 MB 800-400 (1 (1 Displacement S index Specific torque Rated speed* Max. Oil viscosity 20 .

DTMA 7 . when ordering spare parts.Ordering codes In order to identify Hägglunds Drives equipment exactly.g. Marathon motors Torque arm. TMA Double torque arm. the following ordering code is used. These ordering codes should be stated in full in all correspondence e.

the following ordering code is used. SPLL 85 D 8 . when ordering spare parts. These ordering codes should be stated in full in all correspondence e. Shock load manifold.Ordering codes In order to identify Hägglunds Drives equipment exactly. SPLL 85 A Mounting set for speed encoder Speed encoder. VCMB Emergency stop manifold.g. VEMB Speed encoder.

87) 990 (2183) 1130 (2490) 1395 (3076) 1625 (3584) 2108 (4647) 2805 (6184) SAE 2" BSP 1 1/4" (D1-4) Main conn.55) 558 (21.93) 880 (34. 5 Rot.75) 522 (20.79) 201 (7.12) 712 (28.32) 238 (9.60) 900 (35.4 (32. (both sides) Fig.5 (30.38) 4600 (10141) 765.48) 1205 (47.82) 522 (20.10) 1168 (45.10) 180 (7.57) 257 (10.55) 288 (11.56) 198 (7.63) 432 (17. (only this side) H Rotating part I Fig.01) 140 (5.5 (19.07) 774 (30. Fig. (both sides) G B Table 1 Dimensions for the motor Motor A B C D E F G H I J dw Weight mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) kg (lb) 828 (32.24) MB 800 MB 1150 MB 1600 MB 2400 1460 (57.88) 503.12) 783.98) 1288 (50.93) 299 (11. D2) BSP 1" (D3) MB 400 MB 566 700 (27.85) 340 (13.17) 567 (22.77) 106 (4.07) 322 (12.5 (19.68) 342 (13.50) 171.5 (30.37) SAE 1 1/2" BSP 1 1/4" (D1.34) 303 (11.65) 146 (5.16) 260 (10.5 (17.51) 155 (6.11) 159 (6.57) 9 .81) 467.85) 836.43) 958 (37.Dimensions With hollow shaft.14) 878 (34.82) 215 (8. Drain Conn. shrink disc coupling.72) 332 (13.97) 583 (22.91) 153 (6. (both sides) G B H Fig.44) 1288 (50.41) 492.17) 6460 (14222) 1531 (60.39) 505 (19.60) 323 (12.46) 682 (26. part I E MB 1150 MB 1600 MB 2400 C J dw D Main Conn.77) 320 (12.5 (19.71) 738 (29.46) 397 (15. 2 A Drain Conn. 3 C J E dw F MA 141 MA 200 MB 283 MB 400 MB 566 MB 800 D Main Conn.28) 619 (24.02) 512 (20.75) 145 (5.5 (6.26) 84 (3. MA 141 460 (18.43) 452.09) 200 (7.39) 605 (23.03) 360 (14.71) 165 (6.05) 754 (29.31) MA 200 MB 283 530 (20.95) 626 (24.17) 111 (4.37) 492.64) 765 (30.72) 1044 (41. 4 A Drain Conn. Drain conn. Drain Conn.5 (18.86) 172 (6.65) 714 (28.

9 F E MA 141 MA 200 MB 283 MB 400 MB 566 MB 800 C I Main Conn.37) 460 (18.40) 238 (9.48) MB 4000 1288 (50.Dimensions With hollow shaft. 7 Rotating part D E MB 3200 MB 4000 G F dw C Main Conn. Drain conn. Drain Conn. shrink disc coupling. Drain Conn. 6 A Drain Conn.82) 8930 (19682) 10750 (23693) Main conn. Fig. MB 3200 1460 (57. 8 A Drain Conn.48) 586 (23.74) 2095 (82.17) 651 (25. Fig. (both sides) Fig.11) SAE 2" BSP 1 1/4" (D1-4) With splines for flange mounting. (both sides) G B 10 . (only this side) D H Fig.07) 859 (33.63) 950 (37. (both sides) B Table 2 Dimensions Motor A B C D E F G dw Weight mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) kg (lb) 1822 (71.

93) 1670 (65.41) 492.51) 159 (6. 11 D H B E MB 1150 MB 1600 MB 2400 MB 3200 MB 4000 I C Main Conn.60) 900 (35.14) 1038.48) 1319 (51.50) 1288 (50.11) 66 (2.07) 774 (30.5 (24.40) 70 (2.89) 1311.43) 452.5 (30.5 (19.5 (51.57) 1151 (45.39) 505 (19.06) 530 (20. (both sides) G Table 3 Dimensions Motor A B C D E F G H mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) 828 (32.76) 72. Drain Conn. D2) BSP 1" (D3) 700 (27.5 (24.71) 629.85) 133 (5.24) 216 (8.86) 172 (6.87) 65.60) x38x9H 323 (12.5 (17.5 (19.58) 61 (2.63) I Weight kg (lb) 946 (2086) 1085 (2391) 1325 (2922) 1520 (3352) 1950 (4299) 2408 (5309) 4260 (9391) 6100 (13429) 7980 (17587) 9800 (21600) SAE 1 1/2" Main conn.98) 1288 (50.72) 1044 (41.34) x26x9H 303 N150x5x30(11.56) 201 (7.31) N440x8x30x54x9H 1424 (56. MA 141 MA 200 MB 283 MB 400 MB 566 MB 800 MB 1150 MB 1600 MB 2400 MB 3200 MB 4000 460 (18.17) 522 (20.5 (2.93) x28x9H 299 N180x5x30(11.5 (26.75) 1943 (76.82) 522 (20.95) 626 (24.55) 492.18) 1460 (57.01) 1046 (41.65) 714 (28.5 (40. (both sides) Fig.10) 1168 (45.5 (18.24) 686 (27.07) 605 (23.98) 666.39) 238 (9. Fig.77) x34x9H 320 N200x5x30(12.43) 958 (37.82) N360x8x30x44x9H 878 (34.72) N300x8x30x36x9H 332 (13.55) 558 (21.5 (2.31) 625 (24.Dimensions With splines for flange mounting.78) 643 (25.26) 288 N140x5x30(11.97) 583 (22.91) SAE 2" BSP 1 1/4" (D1-4) - 11 .88) 503.37) 765. 10 A Drain Conn.81) 467. Drain conn.61) 634.77) BSP 1 1/4" (D1.60) 73 (2.5 (19.

02) B±0.075 360 -0.00055 7.18) 60 (2. 13 and tables 4.00240 10. 5 and 6.075 460 -0.94 300 11.87 Note! The dimensions are valid for +20°C (68°F) Table 5 Alternative thread (fig. for example for changes in the direction of rotation and/or load.00059 in -0.02 254 10 215 8. Normally loaded shaft In drives with only one direction of rotation and/or load where the stresses in the shaft are moderate.00098 6.054 200 -0.61 194 7.31 133 5.00068 0 0 -0.85 117 4.Dimensions Design of driven shaft end on heavily loaded shaft.0866 -0.1024 -0.12 354 13.02) Æ E Æ C D R 50 (R 1. see Fig. 5 and 6.5 (0.014 MB 400 -0.36) - Table 6 Recommended material in the shaft Unidirectional drives Steel with yield strength Relmin= 300 N/mm2 Bidirectional drives Steel with yield strength Relmin= 450 N/mm2 *MB 800.57) 30 (1.017 MB 1150 MB 1600 -0.97) Table 4 Dimensions for the driven shaft Dim MA 141 0 MA 200 0 MB 283 -0. 13 Æ A 30° 6±0.1732 -0.31 148 5.00068 -0.00075 5.018 MB 2400 -0.18) MB 1150/1600/2400 3200/4000 M30 UNC 1" >25 (1) 40 (1.025 -0. 12 and tables 4. see Fig.2 a Max.8740 -0. Fig.24±0.00292 18.018 MB 3200 MB 4000 -0.00292 14.00323 -0.069 340 -0.1102 -0.15 257 10.53) 22 (0.00213 B mm in C mm in 84 3.24 84 3.00098 7.00067 -0.5 (0.87) 30 (1.64 153 6. Where the driven shaft is heavily loaded and is subject to high stresses.00272 13.020 155 -0.025 180 -0.83 106 4.98) G 50 (1.67) F 25 (0.083 A mm 140 -0.015 MB 566 MB800 -0.2362 -0.46 334 13.3858 -0.061 260 -0.5118 -0. the shaft can be plain. 12 & 13) MA 141 . it is recommended that the driven shaft should have a stress relieving groove.97) UNC 5/8" >13. R 3.17 174 6. 12 G F Max. Fig. please contact your Hägglunds representative 12 .5 (B±0.81 454 17.MA 200 MB 283 .MB 800* M20 D E >17 (0.

15 A 0.188 457.6 ø 10 +2.908-0.201 0 MB 1150 MB 2400 DIN 5480 8f Back 30° 8 44 ø 352 0 MB 3200 MB 4000 DIN 5480 8f Back 30° 8 54 ø 432 0 ø 340.158-0.088 -0.085 149.178 ø 139 h11 0 MA 200 DIN 5480 8f Back 30° 5 28 ø 140 ø 138 -1.091-0.178 ø 149 h11 0 MB 283 DIN 5480 8f Back 30° 5 34 ø 170 ø 168 -1.4 ø 16 -0. 14 A Table 7 Recommended material in the Spline shaft Unidirectional drives ø ø Steel with yield strength Relmin= 450 N/mm2 Bidirectional drives Steel with yield strength Relmin= 700 N/mm2 0.102 -0. To avoid wear in the splines.212 -0.307 -0.801 0 MB 800 High speed DIN 5480 8f Back 30° 5 50 ø 250 ø 248 -1.25 ø 10 +2.099 -0.25 ø 10 +2.181 377.25 ø 16 +1.178 ø 179 h11 0 MB 400 DIN 5480 8f Back 30° 5 38 ø 190 ø 188 -1. the installation must be within the specified tolerances in fig. Fig. or filled with transmission oil from the connected gearbox. either oiled with hydraulic oil at assembly.155 ø 10 +2.4 h11 ø 259 h11 -0.8 -1.665-0.103 -0.8 -1.180 270.085 -0.201 ø 199 h11 0 MB 566 MB 800 DIN 5480 8f Back 30° 8 36 ø 288 ø 280 -1. 14.107 -0.4 A Table 8 Dimensions for splines Motor Tooth profile and bottom form Tolerance Guide Pressure angle Module Number of teeth Pitch diameter Minor diameter Major diameter Measure over measuring pins Diameter of measuring pins Addendum modification X M MA 141 DIN 5480 8f Back 30° 5 26 ø 130 ø 128 -1.801 ø 420.25 ø 16 -0.961-0.087 210. For control of spline see table 8.151 190.150 159.Dimensions Splines data for driven shaft The splines shall be lubricated.25 ø 10 +2.155 -0.4 13 .825 ø 358.4 h11 ø 438.157 316.121 -0.4 h11 ø 298.

10) (31. after weldning 14 .12) 24 x 21 520 665 (0.06) 2000 (78.83) 48 x M24 1380 1600 (54.50) 1250 (49.33) (63.21) 1500 (59.71) MB 1150 2870 TMA 80 MB 1600 (112.079) misalignment in installation.46) 36 x 28 990 (1.18) 2175 (4795) 2230 (4916) *Incl. x ≤ ±15 mm (0.52) 545 (21. torque. Nm (lbf·ft) Torque arm For alternating or pulsating torque At static torque TMA 20 för MA 141 MA 200 TMA 40 för MB 283 MB 400 TMA 60 för MB 566 MB 800 TMA 80 för MB 1150 MB 1600 TMA 100 för MB 2400 TMA 120 för MB 3200 TMA 140 för MB 4000 70 000 (51 600) 140 000 (103 200) 280 000 (206 400) 560 000 (412 700) 840 000 (619 000) 1 120 000 (825 000) 1 400 000 (1 032 000) 84 000 (61 900) 170 000 (125 300) 340 000 (250 600) 670 000 (493 800) 1 010 000 (744 400) 1 344 000 (990 000) 1 680 000 (1 238 000) For motor A B C D PCD E T Weight* mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) mm (in) kg (lb) 800 (31.62) (29.18) 24 x 28 600 750 (1.Dimensions Torque arm.59) movement when in use.46) 3870 3000 TMA 120 MB 3200 (152.10) (23.74) 435 (17.36) (118.99) TMA 100 MB 2400 37 (1.98) 580 (22.14) MB 566 2050 TMA 60 MB 800 (80.42) 91 (200) 167 (368) 241 (531) 465 (1025) 710 (1565) Torque arm TMA 20 MA 141 1175 MA 200 (46. TMA Fig. 16 Torque arm.83) (20.47) (26. pivoted attachment Fig. Twin torque arm Single torque arm Alternative position Note: Ideal angle α = 0° Steel: EN 10113S355N DIN St E39 BS 4360 Grade 50 C Protected against corrosion.00) 36 (1.26) MB 283 1680 TMA 40 MB 400 (66. TMA Max.89) (38. 17 Mounting of pivoted attachment x = ±2 mm (0.11) TMA 140 MB 4000 1300 (51.

71) 805 (31.43) 900 (35.62) Weight kg (lb) 200 (440) 205 (452) 240 (529) 360 (793)* 360 (793) 370 (815)* 380 (837)* 370 (815)* 310 (683) 350 (771)* 400 (882)* 380 (837)* 500 (1102) 700 (1543)* 700 (1543)* 725 (1598)* 870 (1917) 850 (1873)* 900 (1984)* 860 (1895) 910 (2006)* 910 (2006)* 910 (2006)* 920 (2028) *Theoretical values 15 .55) 1235 (48.06) 1260 (49.43) 900 (35.62) 1235 (48.62) 1235 (48.43) 2500 (98. Fig.43) 900 (35.62) 1235 (48.71) 805 (31.36) 3250 (127.43) 900 (35.62) 1235 (48.54) B (in) 780 (30.66) 2250 (88.43) 3000 (118.08) 2350 (92.52) 2760 (108.43) 900 (35.59) 3000 (118.69) 900 (35.81) 3500 (137.43) 900 (35.46) 2120 (83.11) 2350 (92.43) 1185 (40. 18 Torque arm.55) 1185 (40.61) 1780 (70.43) 900 (35.65) 2500 (98.71) 780 (30.43) 2500 (98.80) 3900 (153.11) 3000 (118. DTMA Double ended torque arm. including double acting hydraulic cylinder and pivoted attachment.52) 2500 (98.62) 1235 (48.43) 900 (35.69) 780 (30.43) 900 (35.52) 2120 (83.11) 2600 (102.11) 3000 (118.96) 3170 (124.Dimensions Double ended torque arm. DTMA α=90° R MA AT HO N 2121 2031-699 A Φ≤ 2° Bolted to the foundation B L R B C Air breather PCD: see table for TMA A Torque arm DTMA 141 DTMA 200 DTMA 283 DTMA 800-283 DTMA 400 DTMA 800-400 DTMA 1150-400 DTMA 1150-283 DTMA 566 DTMA 1150-566 DTMA 800-575 DTMA 1150-683 DTMA 800 DTMA 800-800 DTMA 1150-800 DTMA 1150-975 DTMA 1150 DTMA 1600-1375 DTMA 2400-1550 DTMA 1600 DTMA 2400-1725 DTMA 2400-1950 DTMA 2400-2175 DTMA 2400 A mm (in) mm 1170 (46.43) 2350 (92.46) 2150 (84.62) 1235 (48.

temperature: +70°C (158°F) Max. 19 Speed encoder Fig.118 in) Fig. full scale output from 2 to 300 rpm. 21 Attachment for Tube Grommet Tube Grommet 16 .MB 800) Max.MB 4000 (centre mounted) SMMM 2 for MB 1150 .Accessories Speed encoder with mounting set SMMB and SMMM Speed encoder with mounting set SMMB/SMMM for mounting on the motor. Mounting set for speed encoder: SMMB for MA 141 .MB 800 (SMMB) Attachment for Tube Grommet This device makes it possible to flush the driven shaft or draw electrical cables through the motor. The Speed encoder could be ordered in 15 different models. pressure: 20 bar (290 psi) Max.MB 4000 (off-centre mounted) Fig. (MA 141 . inside diameter: 30 mm (0. 20 Example of mounting on MA 141 .MB 800 SMMM 1 for MB 1150 .

0) ** Explosion proof Fig.8) 343 380 (13.1) 210 (8.MB 400 and VEMB 60 for MB 566 . VCMB In applications where there are risks of cavitations i.Accessories Shock load manifold.7) B 38 (1.1) D 120 (4.2) E* E** Weight kg (lb) kg (lb) 55 (121) 165 (363) 318 352 (12. The VEMB manifold can be mounted directly on the Marathon motor.5) 130 (5. By doing that. and/or to meet valid safety regulations. Type VEMB 40 VEMB 60 * Standard A mm (in) mm (in) 279 (11) 347 (13. shredders or crushers.9) B 57 (2.2) 66 (2. VCMB Emergency stop manifold. The VEMB manifold can be converted for either clockwise or counter clockwise motor shaft rotation. and the risk for cavitation is reduced to a minimum.9) C 140 (5.e.5) 47 (1. Type VCMB 40 VCMB 60 mm (in) mm (in) A 426 (16. VEMB 17 .7) D 120 (4. The VCMB manifold is designed to be installed directly on the motor.3) Weight kg (lb) kg (lb) 60 (132) 110 (242) Fig.5) (13. The VEMB manifold gives a very quick stop and can be integrated in most common control systems. 22 Shock load manifold.7) 182 (7. 23 Emergency stop manifold. VEMB In applications where very quick stops are required. with the accumulator(s) mounted on the top of the manifold.7) 182 (7. VEMB 40 for MA 141 .9) 170 (6.8) 506 (19.6) C 125 (4. it is necessary to install the Shock load manifold.5) (15.2) E 203 (8. all piping between the accumulator(s) and the system is eliminated.MB 800. Two sizes are available. the emergency stop manifold should be installed.

Max. 5 seconds up to 8 bar (116 psi) are allowed).5 psi) (for 1% of the operation time evenly divided. 18 . There are two distinct cases: Case 1: The motor works in braking mode. MB 4000 MB 3200 MB 2400 Case 2: The motor works in driving mode only. case pressure is 3 bar (43. Max. Valid for 1 bar (15 psi) case pressure. This applies to all types of installations. but may not be lower than 2 bar (29 psi). Required charge pressure at the inlet port is according to diagram below. Required back pressure at the outlet port corresponds to 30% of value given in diagram below. VEMB Diagrams for Marathon Recommended charge pressure The hydraulic system must be such that the motor will receive sufficient charge pressure at the low pressure port. With increasing case pressure the charge pressure must be increased accordingly. permitted case pressure at stand-still is 8 bar (116 psi).Accessories Hydraulic circuits Hydraulic circuit 1 Shock load manifold. MB 400 MB 566 MB 1600 MB 1150 MB 283 MA 200 bar 18 MB 800 psi 250 16 14 12 10 8 100 6 4 2 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 0 60 rpm MA 141 200 150 50 Oil viscosity 40 cSt (187 SSU). pressure peaks of max. VCMB Hydraulic circuit 2 Emergency stop manifold.

Po we r* 93 % 92 % 91 % 90 % 200 180 280 135000 240 120000 105000 90000 160 75000 60000 120 200 100 kW 200 kW 300 kW 95 % 94 % 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 0 5 97 % 95 % 94 % Ma x.Diagrams for Marathon Overall efficiency. Po 94 % we 93 % 92 % 50000 45000 g in sh lu **F Diagram 3 MB 283 100 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10000 10 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 Speed [rpm] 30 35 40 45 50 0 97 % 30000 50 kW 100 kW 150 kW Diagram 5 MB 566 100 kW 200 kW 300 kW g in sh lu **F g in sh lu **F 96 % 95 % r* 90 % 40000 35000 30000 25000 91 % 96 % 15000 20 10000 97 % 20000 15000 10000 10 5000 0 Diagram 4 MB 400 Ma x. 100000 Po we 90000 93 % r* 80000 92 % 91 % 90 % 60000 50000 70000 g in sh lu **F 100 60 40000 40 97 % 30000 20000 20 10000 0 0 5 10 15 Speed [rpm] 20 25 30 35 0 20000 Diagram 6 MB 800 Ma x. Po 93 % we 92 % 91 % 200000 180000 g hin lus **F Diagram 7 MB 1150** 400 200 kW 400 kW 600 kW g in sh lu **F 96 % r* 160000 140000 120000 100000 80000 90 % 96 % 45000 30000 80 97 % 60000 40000 40 15000 0 10 15 Speed [rpm] 20 25 30 35 0 0 5 10 Speed [rpm] 15 20 25 20000 0 Diagram 8 MB 1600** 550 200 kW 400 kW 600 kW 400000 350 300 95 % 250 96 % Ma x. power. Po we 94 % r* 93 % 92 % 91 % 90 % 275000 250000 225000 200000 175000 500 450 96 % 400 350 300 Ma x.5 Flushing of motor case 19 . Po we 93 % 92 % 91 % 50000 90 % 40000 80 96 % 140 70000 120 50 kW 100 kW 150 kW 94 % 94 % 95 % r* 60000 Ma x. oil viscosity 40 cSt/187 SSU. Po we r* 93 % 92 % 91 % 90 % 35000 60 30000 50 25000 40 20000 95 % Ma x. Pc=15 bar (217 psi) Diagram 1 MA 141 50 45 40 35 30 25 30 20 15 10 5000 5 0 0 0 10 20 30 40 Speed [rpm] 50 60 70 80 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 Speed [rpm] 30 35 40 45 50 97 % 96 % 50 kW 100 kW 150 kW Diagram 2 MA 200 70 50 kW 100 kW 150 kW 94 % 95 % Ma x. 95 % Po we 94 % 93 % 360000 320000 r* 91 % 90 % 280000 240000 92 % 200000 160000 120000 80000 40000 0 0 5 10 15 Speed [rpm] 20 25 30 35 200 150000 250 125000 200 100000 150 97 % 150 97 % 75000 50000 100 100 50 0 50 25000 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 0 Speed [rpm] *For operation over max. please contact Hägglunds Drives ** See Engineering manual. AM-4.

power. Po we 92 % 91 % 90 % 1000000 900000 1000 r* 800000 700000 600000 95 % 800 96 % 500000 400000 600 400 97 % 300000 200000 100000 200 0 0 2 4 6 8 Speed [rpm] 10 12 14 16 0 *For operation over max. please contact Hägglunds Drives.MB 4000 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 bar psi 100 80 60 40 20 0 0 10 20 30 rpm 40 50 60 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 120 MB 4000 MB 800 MA 200 MB 283/1150 MA 141 MB 2400/3200 MB 400 MB 566/1600 200 180 160 140 20 . AM-4. Oil viscosity 40 cSt/187 SSU. Pressure loss Oil viscosity 40 cSt/187 SSU. Po we 92 r* 91 90 800000 700000 600000 500000 400 400000 300 200000 200 97 % 150000 100000 100 50000 0 0 4 8 12 Speed [rpm] 16 20 24 0 400 300 200 100 0 0 2 4 6 8 10 Speed [rpm] 12 14 16 18 20 97 300000 200000 100000 0 Diagram 11 MB 4000** 1400 200 kW 400 kW 600 kW 1200 94 % 93 % Ma x. ** See Engineering manual.5 Flushing of motor case. 550000 93 % Po we 500000 92 % r* 91 % 450000 400000 700 350000 600 300000 500 250000 96 90 % 200 kW 400 kW 600 kW 1100 1000 900 94 800 95 93 700 95 % 600 96 % 500 94 % Ma x. Pc=15 bar (217 psi) Diagram 9 MB 2400** 800 200 kW 400 kW 600 kW Diagram 10 MB 3200** Ma x. Diagram 12 MA 141 .Diagrams for Marathon Overall efficiency.

because high temperature gives lower viscosity and that gives reduction in basic rating life. When calculating volumetric losses using other viscosities. Max power without flushing MA 141 .0 (0.2400 250 kW (335 hp) MB 3200 . Diagram 13 Volumetric losses Diagram 14 Factor K .For continuous duty in applications with an ambient temperature of +20°C (68°F).04) Note: For cold weather. 24 Flushing connection F reduced permitted output power from the motor. and they are now frequently used in applications with high power. Warm oil can be flushed throughout the motor for a few minutes prior to rotating motor shaft. multiply the value given in the diagram 13 by the factor K.Variation in Volumetric losses 21 . To avoid high temperature in the motor case the heat must be cooled away.Flushing of motor case The Marathon motors have very high total efficiency. Drain line Low pressure Volumetric losses Valid for an oil viscosity of 40 cSt/187 SSU. Low viscosity also gives Fig. power. . the diagram shows the average values.800 170 kW (227 hp) MB 1150 .283 120 kW (160 hp) MB 400 . motor case warmup is needed regardless of max. the motor case must be flushed when the output power exceeds the values shown below.4000 250 kW (335 hp) Orifice ∅1.

26 Torque arm mounted motor with shrink disc. 30 Fr = F · l2 l1 + l2 Fa Fr T l Fr l2 22 F l1 Fr . 29 Mb= Fr· b Fig. Fig. 30). forces must be checked for main bearings and coupling (fig. Fig. 25 Torque arm mounted motor with splines. The bracket must be designed so it does not give extra external forces to the motor (fig. Calculating external loads for Marathon If standard torque arms type TMA are not used. Fr = Total radial force on fixed motor mounting Fa = Axial force acting on motor centerline T = Output torque for motor Mb = Bending moment acting on the coupling Fr= T l Fig. 29). 27 Torque arm mounted motor with tube grommet. 28 Flange mounted motor with splines.Examples of installations Fig. Fig.

Torque arm is mounted at a = 0 mm on the motor. 00 h = 50 L 10h 15000 10000 5000 0 -100 0 100 200 300 400 500 hrs. 00 h = 50 hrs.5 times rated speed. 000 0 4 = -200 -100 0 100 200 300 400 25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0 500 L 10h L 10h -300 -300 a (mm) a (mm) Diagram 19 Motor type MB 566 Fr (kN) 440 400 360 320 280 240 200 160 120 80 40 0 -500 -400 60000 50000 40000 80000 70000 Diagram 20 Motor type MB 800 Fr (lbf) Fr (kN) 480 440 400 360 320 280 240 200 160 120 80 10000 0 40 0 -500 -400 90000 80000 70000 60000 50000 40000 Fr (lbf) L 10h = hrs.torque arm mounted motor. Speed: MA 141: 28 rpm MA 200: 19 rpm MB 283: 19 rpm MB 400: 14 rpm MB 566: 14 rpm MB 800: 9 rpm Note: When Bracket mounted motor. 5000 L 10h -300 30000 20000 hrs. 000 = 40 -200 500 -200 a (mm) a (mm) 23 . 000 = 40 -200 500 -200 a (mm) a (mm) Diagram 17 Motor type MB 283 Fr (kN) 280 260 240 220 200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 -500 -400 55000 50000 45000 40000 35000 30000 25000 Diagram 18 Motor type MB 400 Fr (lbf) Fr (kN) 280 260 240 220 200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 -500 -400 Fr (lbf) 60000 55000 50000 45000 40000 35000 30000 L 10h rs. 000 0 4 = -200 -100 0 100 200 300 400 20000 15000 10000 5000 0 500 L 10h rs. 00 h = 50 L 10h -300 30000 20000 10000 0 -100 0 100 200 300 400 500 hrs. Fa Mb Fr Diagram 16 Motor type MA 200 Fr (kN) 220 40000 35000 30000 25000 20000 200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 10000 5000 0 40 20 0 -500 -400 -300 30000 25000 20000 40000 35000 Diagram 15 Motor type MA 141 Fr (kN) 200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 -500 -400 -300 15000 Fr (lbf) Fr (lbf) L 10h rs. viscosity 40/40 cSt and speed 0. 00 h = 50 L 10h hrs. 00 h = 50 hrs.Permissible external loads a = 0 mm Fixed shaft . 000 = 40 -100 0 100 200 300 400 L 10h rs. 000 = 40 -100 0 100 200 300 400 L 10h rs. please contact Hägglunds Drives representative.

Permissible external loads Fixed shaft . viscosity 40/250 cSt and speed 0. 280 5000 = 240 L 10h 200 160 .5 times rated speed. Speed: MB 1150: 17 rpm MB 1600: 12 rpm MB 2400: 7 rpm MB 3200: 5 rpm MB 4000: 4 rpm Note: When Bracket mounted motor. 0h 500 = h 80000 70000 60000 50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 L 10 s. 120 0 hrs 4000 80 = L 10h 40 0 -800 -700 -600 -500 -400 -300 -200 -100 Fr (lbf) 150000 140000 130000 120000 110000 100000 90000 80000 70000 60000 50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 L 10 rs.torque arm mounted motor. please contact Hägglunds Drives representative. 0 hrs 120 4000 = 80 L 10h 40 0 -800 -700 -600 -500 -400 -300 -200 -100 Fr (lbf) 160000 150000 140000 130000 120000 110000 100000 90000 80000 70000 60000 50000 40000 30000 20000 10000 0 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 a (mm) Fa Fa Mb Mb Fr a = 0 mm Diagram 25 Motor type MB 4000 a (mm) Diagram 24 Motor type MB 3200 Fr (kN) 1200 Fr (lbf) 220000 200000 Fr (kN) 1200 Fr (lbf) 220000 200000 1000 180000 160000 1000 180000 800 600 L 10h rs. 00 h = 50 140000 120000 100000 80000 800 L 10h 600 rs. Torque arm is mounted at a = 0 mm on the motor. a = 0 mm F Faa Mb Mb Diagram 21 Motor type MB 1150 Fr (kN) 640 600 560 520 480 440 400 360 320 280 240 200 160 120 80 40 0 Fr (lbf) 140000 130000 120000 110000 100000 90000 FF rr Diagram 22 Motor type MB 1600 Fr (kN) 720 680 640 600 560 520 480 440 400 360 320 hrs. 00 h = 50 160000 140000 120000 100000 400 400 200 L 10h rs. 320 5000 = 280 L 10h 240 200 160 . 00 h = 400 60000 40000 20000 200 L 10h rs. 00 h = 400 80000 60000 40000 20000 0 -1000 -800 -600 -400 -200 0 200 400 0 600 0 -1100 -900 -700 -500 -300 -100 100 300 500 700 0 a (mm) a (mm) 24 . 0 hr 4000 = h -800 -700 -600 -500 -400 -300 -200 -100 a (mm) Diagram 23 Motor type MB 2400 Fr (kN) 760 720 680 640 600 560 520 480 440 400 360 hrs.

as mineral oil. The final choice of oil must depend on the operating temperature that can be expected or that has been established in the system and not in the hydraulic tank. High temperatures in the system greatly reduce the service life of oil and rubber seals.Chlorinated hydrocarbons HFD:T . The hydraulic oil can be chosen in consultation with the oil supplier or your local sales office. bearing the following requirements in mind: General The oil shall have FZG (90) fail stage minimum 11 described in IP 334 (DIN 51354). Approved No Yes Yes Seals Nitrile (std motor) Nitrile (std motor) Internal paint Not painted* Not painted* Yes Yes Yes Yes Viton Viton Viton Viton Not painted* Not painted* Not painted* Not painted* Environmentally acceptable fluids Fluid Vegetable */** Fluid HTG Synthetic ** Esters HE Approved Yes Yes Seals Nitrile (std motor) Nitrile (std motor) Internal paint - *Vegetable fluids give good lubrication and small change of viscosity with different temperature.Mixture of the above HFD:U . 25 . corrosion and foaming. Viscosity limits Viscosity index = 100 recommended = 150* for operation with large temperature difference 40 cSt/187 SSU 20 cSt/98 SSU** 10000 cSt/48000 SSU Temperature limits Normal operating temperature should be less than +50°C (122°F) Nitrile seals (std motor) Viton seals Nitrile seals (low temp) Nitrile seals (std motor) Viton seals Nitrile seals (low temp) -35°C to +70°C -20°C to +100°C -50°C to +60°C -31°F to +158°F -4°F to +212°F -58°F to +140°F Min. The oil must also contain inhibitors to prevent oxidation. the content of water shall be less than 0.05%. In Industrial applications with high demands for service life. as well as resulting in low viscosity. which in turn provides poor lubrication. **Environmental acceptable fluid gives the same servicelife for the drive. Vegetable fluids must be controlled every 3 months and temperature shall be less than +45°C (113°F) to give good service life for the fluid. The viscosity of mineral oil is highly dependent of the temperature. Recommended viscosity At operating temperature: 40-150 cSt/187-720 SSU. Content of water shall be less than 0. permitted * Many hydraulic fluids with VI-improvers are subject to temperary and permanent reductions of the viscosity.Phosphate esters HFD:S .1%.Choice of hydraulic fluid The Hägglunds Drives hydraulic motors are primarily designed to operate on conventional petroleum based hydraulic oils. Fluid HFA: Oil (3-5%) in water emulsion HFB: Inverted emulsion 40-45% water in oil HFC: Water-glycol HFD synthetic fluids HFD:R .Other compositions * Must be specified in order. permitted in continuous duty Min. permitted in intermittent duty Max. Fire resistant fluid The following fluids are tested for Hägglunds Drives motors (ISO/DP 6071). ** Low viscosity gives reduced basic rating life for the motors and reduction of max allowed power.

3. the "expected basic rated life" must be multiplied with following factors: HFA-fluid HFB-fluid HFC-fluid HFD-fluid not fit for use 0. Ex.7 x maximum pressure for motor HFC-fluid 0. =75 means the grade of filtration of above mentioned size of particle. This means that 26 . for motors used in systems with fire resistant fluids. 1. 2. In general the contamination level in our motors should not exceed ISO 4406 19/15 (NAS 10). check that the system is thoroughly cleaned.24 x expected life with mineral oil 0. In order to obtain stated service life it is important to follow our recommendations concerning contamination level. money spent on filtration.9 x maximum pressure for motor Down rating of basic rating life.s. Grade of filtration is β10=75. For that reason we recommend a filter with an indicator that gives a signal when it is time to change the filter cartridge.7 x maximum pressure for motor HFD-fluid 0.Choice of hydraulic fluid Down rating of pressure data and basic rating life Down rating of pressure. The grade of filtration is defined as number of particles in the oil before filtration in relation to number of particles in the oil after filtration. number of particles have been filtered (=98. When choosing the filter it is important to consider the amount of dirt particles that the filter can absorb and still operate satisfactory.80 x expected life with mineral oil Filtration The oil in a hydraulic system must always be filtered and also new oil from your supplier has to be filtered when adding it to the system.26 x expected life with mineral oil 0.6%). The grade of filtration in a hydraulic system is a question of service life v. the maximum pressure for motor given on data sheet must be multiplied with following factors: HFA-fluid not fit for used HFB-fluid 0. For heavy-duty applications the contamination level should not exceed ISO 4406 16/13 (NAS 7). Before the filtration the oil contains N number of particles ≥10µm and after passing the filter once the oil contains number of particles ≥10µm. Explanation of "Grade of Filtration" Grade of filtration β10=75 indicates the following: β10 means the size of particle ≥10µm that will be removed by filtration. Filtering recommendations Before start-up. When filling the tank and motor case. for motors used in systems with fire resistant fluids. we recommend the use of a filter with the grade of filtration β10=75.

10. A-weighted emission sound pressure level. B 9 10 MB 400 8 9 7 350 bar (5075 psi) 200 bar (2900 psi) 8 350 bar (5075 psi) 7 200 bar (2900 psi) 100 bar (1450 psi) 6 6 100 bar (1450 psi) 5 20 bar (290 psi) 4 1 10 rpm 100 5 1 10 rpm 100 Noise levels for other motor sizes. MA 141 & MB 400 The sound power level have been calculated according to ISO/DIS 3747 for unattended machines. MA 141 A-weighted sound power level. dB 80 MB 400 70 70 60 350 bar (5075 psi) 50 200 bar (2900 psi) 100 bar (1450 psi) 20 bar (290 psi) 30 1 10 rpm 100 60 350 bar (5075 psi) 200 bar (2900 psi) 50 100 bar (1450 psi) 40 40 1 10 rpm 100 A-weighted sound power level of Marathon. B A-weighted sound power level.11 27 .Noise from a complete installation Background noise Pump motor Pipe noise Hydraulic motor Noise from driven unit Foundation and construction noise A-weighted mean sound pressure level of Marathon. All values refer to a position of the test object > 1 m (3. Enclosure 4.28 ft). please contact your Hägglunds Drives representative. MA 141 & MB 400 The mean sound pressure level have been calculated for unattended machines. dB MA 141 80 A-weighted emission sound pressure level.28 ft).11 1985-12-17 85F30077-4.10.5.5. All values refer to a position of the test object > 1 m (3.

Translations into other languages are also available. 178 1526-801 Model MB 400 N 0200 Serial no. as amended . as a whole..Declaration of Conformity Example of the Declaration of Conformity given by Hägglunds Drives AB DECLARATION BY THE MANUFACTURER (Directive 98/37/EG.........2 and Annex II. i..... SS-EN 292-1 and SS-EN 292-2 have been applied.. and furthermore declares that it is not allowed to put the machinery into service until the machinery into which it is to be incorporated or of which it is to be a component has been found and declared to be in conformity with the provision of Directive 89/392/EEC and with national implementing legislation. including the machinery referred to in this declaration. 514 02234 We herewith declare that the products specified above ... The Declaration of Conformity above....e.... Art 4.......the harmonized standards SS-EN 982.is intended be incorporated into machinery or to be assembled with other machinery to constitute machinery covered by Directive 98/37/EG.does therefore not in every respect comply with the provision of this directive and that .... 28 .... is available on request for deliveries from Hägglunds Drives AB. Signed: . sub B) PROHIBITION TO PUT INTO SERVICE Manufacturer’s name: Manufacturer’s address: Hägglunds Drives AB S-890 42 Mellansel Sweden Bo Hörnsten Contact Name: Product Description: Hydraulic Motor Item no....