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Particular specification No.

G-73
(Rev. 1 of Oct., 2005 )

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA
MINISTRY OF RAILWAYS

INSTRUCTIONS

FOR

OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE

OF

BOGIE OPEN BOTTOM RAPID DISCHARGE HOPPER


WAGON - TYPE BOBR/ BOBRN

ISSUED BY :

RESEARCH DESIGNS & STANDARDS ORGANIZATION


LUCNOW 226 011.

OCTOBER, 2005

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CONTENTS

Clause Description
* Preface
1. Section I - Scope
2. Leading particulars of BOBR wagon
3. Leading particulars of BOBRN/BOBRNHS wagons
4. Special feature of BOBR wagon
5. Special feature of BOBRN wagon
6. Procedure for Assembly of Mechanism to wagon
7. Section II - Operation
8. Operating instruction for Door Operating System ( Through
Spool valve)
9. Operating instruction for Door Operating System ( Manually )
10. Section III - Maintenance
11. Maintenance of Door Operating Mechanism
12. Routine Overhaul (ROH)
13. Periodic Overhaul (POH)
14. Out of schedule repairs

ANNEXURE

Annexure-I Maintenance instruction for DOM of BOBRN wagons


Annexure-II A Details of various parts of the DOM of BOBR wagon
(Ref. Drg. No. WD-86013-S-67 & 68 )
Annexure-II B Details of various parts of the DOM of BOBRN wagon
( Single link )
Annexure-II C Details of various parts of the DOM of BOBRN wagon
( Double link )
Fig. 1 Special features & leading particulars of BOBR wagon
Fig. 2 Special features & leading particulars of BOBRN/BOBRNHS
Fig. 3 Spool valve
Fig. 4 Door Operating System pneumatically / manually operated
Fig. 5 Door Operating Mechanism of BOBRN wagon ( Double link )
Fig. 6A Door Operating lever correctly adjusted
Fig. 6B Door Operating lever requiring adjustment
Fig. 6C Over center condition of lever and links
Fig. 7 A & 7B Turn buckle adjustment
Fig. 8 Secondary lock adjustment
Fig. 9 Door tightness adjustment

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PREFACE

The Kumaramanglam Committee on wagon handling systems and terminal facilities had
recommended the deployment of a dedicated fleet of hopper wagons for the bulk transport
of coal on account of assurance of wagon availability, achieving substantial reduction in
loading and unloading time and cheaper unloading terminals as also reduction in
maintenance costs. With this end in view the bogie open bottom rapid discharge hopper
wagon type BOBR has been designed by RDSO for the bulk movement of coal from the
collieries to major users such as Cuper Thermal Power Stations etc. particularly for those
users who are located within relatively shorter leads from the collieries.

The main feature of this hopper wagon is the automatic discharge of coal with the help of
manually operated. Pneumatic valve which operate the bottom doors. With the opening of
doors, almost the entire bottom of the wagon opens out facilitating quick and complete
discharge. The wagon is fitted with an automatic door operating system which causes
opening and closing of the doors with the help of compressed air supplied by the
locomotive through the door operating pipe which runs along the entire rake.

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SECTION I GENERAL

1. SCOPE :

These instructions for operation and maintenance apply only to the Bogie
Open Bottom Rapid Discharge Hopper Wagon type BOBR to RDSOs drg.
No. WD-86013-S-51 ( see Fig. 1 for diagram) & BOBRN/BOBRNHS drg.
No. WD-91071-S-51 ( see fig. 2 for Diagram ) respectively.

2. LEADING PARTICULARS OF BOBR WAGON:

2.1 Inside length 8732 mm


2.2 Inside width 3340 mm
2.3 Inside height 2461 mm
2.4 Length over coupler faces 11600 mm
2.5 Overall height from rail level 3735 mm
2.6 Slope of end plate 45
2.7 Slope of cross ridge 37
2.8 Maximum width over side stanchions 3500 mm
2.9 Cubic capacity 57.2 m3
2.10 Cubic capacity per metre length 4.93 m3/m
2.11 Pay load (gross minus tare) 55.28 t
2.12 Tare weight (estimated) 26.00 t
2.13 Maximum gross load 81.28 t
2.14 Axle load 20.32 t
2.15 Optimum commodity density 966 kg/m3
2.16 Track loading density 7.0 t/m
2.17 Pay load/metre 4.76 t/m
2.18 No. of doors 4 doors ( 8 flaps)
2.19 Doorway opening (each) 720 X 1133 mm
2.20 No. of wagons in a loop length of 585m 50
2.21 Total pay load per rake (t) 2764
2.22 Total gross load per rake (t) 4064
2.23 Distance between bogie pivot centres 7571 mm
2.24 Length over headstocks 10671 mm
2.25 Material of construction for wagon body Mild Steel, IRS:M41
& SAILMA-350-HI
2.26 Coupling arrangement Standard CBC

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3. LEADING PARTICULARS OF BOBRN/BOBRNHS WAGON:

3.1 Inside length 9327mm


3.2 Inside width 3340mm
3.3 Inside height 2466mm
3.4 Length over coupler faces 10600mm
3.5 Overall height from rail level 3735mm
3.6 Slope of end plate 42
3.7 Slope of cross ridge 43.5
3.8 Maximum width over side stanchions 3500 mm
3.9 Cubic capacity 56.78 m 3
3.10 Cubic capacity per metre length 5.35 m 3/m
3.11 Pay load (gross minus tare) 55.68 t
3.12 Tare weight (estimated) 25.6 t
3.13 Maximum gross load 81.28 t
3.14 Axle load 20.32 t
3.15 Optimum commodity density 1000 kg/m 3
3.16 Track loading density 7.67 t/m
3.17 Pay load/metre 5.25 t/m
3.18 No. of doors 4 doors ( 8 flaps)
3.19 Doorway opening (each) 700 X 1071mm
3.20 No. of wagons in a loop length of 620m 58
(approximate )excluding Engines
3.21 Total pay load per rake (t) 3229.44
3.22 Total gross load per rake (t) 4714.24
3.23 Distance between bogie pivot centres 6790 mm
3.24 Length over headstocks 9671mm
3.25 Material of construction for wagon body IS: 2062 Fe 410
CuWA IRS : M 44
& SAILMA 350
HI
3.26 Coupling arrangement Standard CBC

4. SPECIAL FEATURES OF BOBR WAGON :

4.1 Bottom Discharge Doors Doors are manually operated through


spool valve. Door operating pipe
shall be charge from the locomotive
with compressed air at a pressure of
5kg/cm2 to 6 kg/cm2.

4.2 Brakes Single pipe graduated release air


brake system fitted with automatic

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load sensing device to cater for the
brake power requirement in empty
and loaded conditions.

4.3 Bogies 2 axle cast steel bogie type CASNUB


22 NLB bogie to RDSOs spcn. No.
WD-10-CASNUB-21-CASNUB 22
NLB Bogie-93 (Rev. 2 of 2002 )
which is fitted with :

(i) Spring plank


(ii) Long travel helical springs
(iii) Load proportionate friction
damping device.
(iv) Taper roller cartridge bearings
(with narrow jaw adapters ) to
RDSOs spcn. No.
STR/AB/RB-39-2002.
(v) Elastomeric pads to RDSOs
spcn. No. 20-MISC-95.
(vi) Wheels of one metre dia. On
tread an 20.32 t axle load ( with
2 metre wheel base ).

4.4 Coupler and draft gear High Tensile centre buffer coupler of
knuckle type ( non transition ) to
RDSOs spcn. No. 48-BD-2002 &
49-BD-2002 with latest amendment.

4.5 Construction All welded.

4.6 Infringement with respect Wagon infringes the 1929 moving


of 1929 moving profile. profile as shown in RDSOs Drg. No.
WD-86013-S-01.

5. SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE BOBRN WAGON :

5.1 Bottom Discharge Doors Doors are manually operated through


spool valve. Door operating pipe
shall be charge from the locomotive
with compressed air at a pressure of
5kg/cm2 to 6 kg/cm2.

5.2 Brakes Single pipe graduated release air


brake system fitted with slack

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adjuster and automatic load sensing
device to cater for the brake power
requirement in empty and loaded
condition.
5.3 Bogies 2 axle cast steel bogie type 22NLB
CASNUB 22 NLB/ to RDSOs spcn. No. WD-21-
CASNUB 22 HS CASNUB 22NLB BOGIE-93 Rev.
2 of 2002 which is fitted with the
following spring plank, long travel
helical spring, load proportionate
friction damping device, taper roller
cartridge bearing ( with narrow jaw
adapters ) to RDSOs spcn. No.
STR/AB-39 Rev. 2 of 2002,
Elastomeric pads to RDSOs spcn.
No. 20 Misc. 95 Rev. 3 and
wheels of one metre dia. On tread and
20.32 t axle load with 2 meter wheel
base.
If the wagon is fitted with CASNUB
22 HS bogie. Please refer RDSO
specification No. WD-17-CASNUB-
22HS Bogie 92 ( Rev. 3 of 2004 ).

5.4 Coupler and draft gear High tensile center buffer coupler (
Non transition ) to RDSOs spcn
No. 48 BD 2002 & 49-BD-2002.
5.5 Construction All welded.
5.6 Infringement with respect of The wagon infringes the max. moving
1929 moving profile dimensions of 1929 as shown in
RDSOs Drg. No. WD-91071-S-01.

6. PROCEDURE FOR ASSEMBLY OF MECHANISM TO WAGON :

6.1 Mount doors to wagon structure.


6.2 Mount bearings on center sill
6.3 Install bushing, operating shafts, adjustable levers and door operating
levers, adjustable levers must be positioned as per Fig. 3.
6.4 Install connecting rods and clevis assembly using pins provided.
6.5 Install eye bolts in door assemblies.
6.6 Install connecting rods links using pins provided.
6.7 Tighten doors using eye bolt nuts.
6.8 Install main operating lever to centre sill using two bearings fastened to
channel mounting Bkt
6.9 Install turn buckle assembly.

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6.10 Install pin connecting clevis mechanism to operating lever.
6.11 Install pre-assembled cylinder and cylinder clevis using pins provided.
6.12 Install safety hook, lock spring, spring retainer as per fig. 4.
6.13 Install air receiver tank, air filter and spool valve, taking care that during
pipe fitting the system, remove burrs and clean pipe thoroughly to present
foreign matter from containing the system.
6.14 Adjust all possible members as highlighted in maintenance procedure.
6.15 Lock eye bolt nut with standard spring washer.
6.16 Tack weld clevis lock nut with cylinders rod clevis.
6.17 Use bulb cotter pins in place of split pins for DOM arrangement as per
given in drg.

SECTION II Operation

7. The wagons have been designed to run in fixed train formation using locomotives
suitable for hauling trailing stock fitted with single pipe graduated release air brake
system.

7.1 Before starting loading, it must be ensured that the door operating system is
in discharged condition and is in no way connected with the compressed air
supply from the locomotive. Hoses of the door operating pipe of the first
and the last wagon should be on their respective dummy couplings.

7.2 Before loading also ensure that all the door connecting links are over centre
and the secondary lock hook is in locked condition ( Fig. 6C & Fig. 8 ).

7.3 For loading /unloading of these wagons, the train speed should be suitably
controlled depending on the design of the loading terminal so that during
the time taken for a wagon to pass under the loading bin, the amount of
coal discharged into the wagon is equal to its pay load capacity. The
loading terminal should also have suitable arrangement to prevent spillage
of coal in the gap between the two wagons. Increase in train speed should
occur only after all the wagons have been loaded.

7.4 At the unloading terminal, the train is to be brought to a hault before the
unloading pit and the following sequence of operation completed.

7.5 After the last wagon has been unloaded, the train should be stopped clear
of the unloading pit and the following sequence of operations ensured.

7.5.1 The doors should be visually examined to check that they are properly
closed, all the door connecting links are over centre and the secondary lock
hook is in locked position ( Fig. 6C & Fig. 8 ).

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7.5.2 The locomotive feed pipe is dis-connected from the door operating pipe of
the first wagon.

7.5.3 Carry out checks indicated in para 11.3.4 which are specified to be carried
out after each unloading/dumping.

8. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR DOOR OPERATING SYSTEM


(THROUGH SPOOL VALVE) :

The spool valve may also be operated manually for opening or closing of the doors
( Fig. 3 & 4).

8.1 DOOR OPENING : Air is first introduced to the system through


auxiliary train pipe at 5kg to 6 kg/cm 2 pressure and enter into the air
receiver tank. Form tank, it passes through air filter ( which provides
filtered air by segregating moisture ) and pipes and enter into the in part
of pneumatic valve which is fitted air cylinder side platform of underframe
using a pointed object such as a pen or pencil depress the button facing
the sole bar of the wagon , the door opening is organised causing the valve
slide to shift and turn allows air to flow to the door operating side of the
cylinders. Thus the piston inside the cylinder moves forward by back die
air pressure. Residing air in front of the piston which tends to prevent
piston movement by imparting back pressure is exhausted simultaneously
from the cylinder through then pipes and exhaust part of the pneumatic
valve. This when the piston rod is extended it pushes the main operating
lever which is connected to a series of connecting rods by clevis, turn
buckle, eye bolt assembly which are located inside the wagon of center sill.
Then the main operating lever is turn pulls the connecting rods towards the
cylinder end of the wagon. This axial movement of the connecting rods
causes the angular rotation of the adjustable lever while transmitting it to
the operating shafts and in turn develop a rotational movement in the
operating shafts. During opening, operating shafts are to have 96 rotation
( to have required door way opening ) in anti-clockwise direction which in
turn pulls the door operating levers which are directly connected to it.
Door operating levers are connected to the doors of the wagon through
connecting link eye bolt assembly.
So, when door operating lever is pulled by its rotation ( anti-clock wise )
with respect to shaft axis it in turn pulls the door to open.

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8.2 DOOR CLOSING :

Using a pointed object such as a pen or pencil, depress the inside button of
the spool valve. The valve to shift and in turn allows air to flow to the door
closing side of the cylinder and thus the piston moves in reverse direction.
Air causing back pressure to piston is exhausted through pipe and exhaust
port of the pneumatic valve. Thus the piston rod when retracted, it pushes
the connecting rod causing the axial movement of the connecting rod is
reverse direction which in turn transmits the motion through adjustable
lever in the operating shafts causing the shafts to rotate clockwise. Thus,
door operating levers are also undergone clockwise rotation which in turn
pushes the doors toward door centres causing the doors to close.

8.3 LOCKING ARRANGEMENT :

When the door closes, initially after closing the doors are locked in over
centre condition. The operating shafts, door operating levers and
connecting links work together to provide primary over center door lock. A
secondary locking arrangement is provided at the top of the air cylinder. It
includes the secondary lock assembly and spring. When the piston rod of
the cylinder is retracted during closing to the extreme position, it provides
the secondary locking to prevent any forward movement of piston rod of
the cylinder due to jerk developed during movement of wagon, secondary
locking serves as a back up locking system and it locks the doors over
centre.

9. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR DOOR OPERATING SYSTEM


( MANUALLY) :

9.1 The wagon fitted with pneumatic valve, if not functioning properly, the
opening and closing of the doors can be carried out by providing
compressor along with one inlet and outlet air pipe with the D.O. M air
cylinder to side sill side.

Presently, door operating mechanism of BOBR & BOBRN wagon is


carried our by compressed air. A pressure regulating valve is to be
installed at each loading and unloading point so as to ensure that door
opening /closing is carried out at air pressure 5 kg/cm2 and not more than 6
kg/cm2. Above instruction has already circulated to the concerned
Railways vide RDSO letter No. MW/BOBRN dated 22/24.06.2004.

9.2 The door operating system can be broken down into two major areas : the
pneumatic system and the door operating mechanism.

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9.2.1 The pneumatic system includes the air cylinder, 4-way air valve, reservoir,
air filter, valve sub-plate piping and other miscellaneous valves.

Air is introduced to the auxiliary system through the door operating pipe
into the reservoir. From there it passes through the filter and into the in
port of the four way valve. The four way valve is manually controlled
through the use of a pneumatic valve actuated internal pilot air system
which shifts the valve slide to one of two possible positions.

9.2.2 The door operating mechanism is powered by a double acting air cylinder
which unlocks and opens when its rod is extended. It closes and locks the
doors when the rod is retracted. This is accomplished through the use of a
mechanical linkage system which operates as follows :

9.2.3 The air cylinder piston rod in connection to a main operating lever which
connects it to a series of connecting rods located under the wagon center
sill.

When the cylinder piston rod extends the main operating lever in turn pulls
the connecting rods toward the cylinder end of the wagon. This motion is
translated to rotation at each operating shaft by the door operating shaft
levers. The rotating shaft in turn rotates the door operating levers causing
the connecting links to pull the doors open.

When the piston retracts the motion imparted to the connecting rod is
reversed which in turn closes and locks the doors over center. The
operating shafts, the door operating levers and connecting work together to
provide the primary over center door lock. A secondary lock is located at
the air cylinder.

SECTION III Maintenance

10. In order to keep the wagon in good fettle the following schedules of
maintenance are recommended. These are in addition to the normal trip
examination at the originating & terminating stations to the wagon including its
door operating system.

10.1 REPAIRS TO DOOR OPERATING MECHANISM :

To be done every year (once between successive ROHs ) as per 11.3.4 of this
manual. Maintenance depots should develop suitable facilities for repair and
maintenance of the door operating system.

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10.2 ROH :

To be done at an interval of 2 years ( 2 ROH schedules between successive


POHs). ROH will include attention to door operating system.

10.3 POH :

To be done at an interval of 6 years. While 10.1 and 10.2 above can be carried
out in maintenance depots, the POH shall be carried out in mechanical
workshops fully equipped for this purpose.

10.4 Details maintenance instructions for ROH & POH for door operating
mechanism of BOBRN wagon shall be done as per Annexure-I vide RDSO
letter No. MW/BOBRN dated 18.05.2005.

11. MAINTENANCE OF THE DOOR OPERATING MECHANISM :

11.1 The various parts of the door operating mechanism can be seen at AnnexureII
and their layout can be seen at Figures 4 & 5.

11.2 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TO BE OBSERVED FOR


REPAIR/MAINTENANCE OF THE DOOR OPERATING SYSTEM:
The following safety precautions must be observed whenever this ex. Wagon is
operated and whenever any maintenance is performed on it.

11.2.1 All maintenance, repair or adjustments must e made on shop or repair track
where the wagon will not be moved. Protective eye and ear wear should be
used when doors are operated.

11.2.2 Carefully follow instructions on stencils located on the wagon. Note the stencil
above doors on both sides of the wagon which reads, CAUTION STAND
CLEAR WHILE DOORS ARE BEING OPERATED.

11.2.3 Stand clear of the wagon when the hopper doors are being operated. The door
action is simultaneous and rapid.

11.2.4 Do not operate the doors manually unless the wagon has completely stopped
moving.

11.2.5 When operating the doors manually, the operator must keep well away from the
air cylinder and main operating lever. The operator must also have an assistant
on each side of the wagon to ensure that everyone stands clear of the wagon
doors.

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11.2.6 If the wagon does not operate pneumatically /manually, refer to para 11.6 of
this manual. DO NOT attempt to force the mechanism in anyway, at the
doors or at the air cylinder.

11.2.7 Do not make any adjustments to the mechanism without fully releasing the air
pressure in the system. To release air pressure first close door operating pipe
valves to cut off air source and then slowly open reservoir drain plug.

11.3 MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE :

11.3.1 The following conditions must be checked at the recommended time intervals
specified in para 11.3.4 below and corrected if necessary.

11.3.2 No attempt at repair should be made until para 11.2 of this manual has been
read and fully understood.

11.3.3 All air must be purged from the system before performing any maintenance or
repair. This can be done by closing anglecocks at each end of the door
operating pipe and slowly opening the reservoir drain valve.

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11.3.4 PERIODICITY OF MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS :

PART REQUIRED MAINTENANCE TIME


INTERVAL
a) Locking Levers Check for over center condition After each
at Hopper with door connecting links against dumping
Doors lever stops. See adjustment and before
procedures ( Para 11.4.2.1 ) and loading.
Fig. 6 (A &B ) and 7 (A&B).

b) Secondary Lock Check for locked condition with After each


at Air Cylinder hook pin on inboard side of dumping
locking lug. See adjustment and before
procedures ( Para 11.4.2.2 ) and loading.
Fig. 8.

Lubricate cam surface of cylinder


clevis and sliding surface of hook.
As required.
c) Hopper Doors After each
Check to be sure doors are closed
dumping
tightly. See adjustment procedures
( Para 11.4.2.3 ) and Fig. 9.
and before
loading.
d) Eye bolts & Inspect physically for damage, -do-
nuts bend and loose nut & nut lock.

e) Surge Reservoir Drain condensed water by slowly As required.


opening air valve in the bottom of
the reservoir till air is clear.

f) Air filter Drain water by the use of the valve As required.


at the bottom of the filter.

g) Air cylinder Inspect for physical damage. Once a year.


Check the correct installation.
Examine all seals, barrel, piston
rod, seal retaining rings for wear,
rust, damage.

h) Four way Inspect for physical damage. Once a year.


( spool )valve
i) Bronze bush Inspect physical damage and wear. Replace
once in two
years or
more.
j) Cast steel bush -do- -do-
for operating
lever

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k) Pins Check all the types of pins for As required
wear, cracks. If so, it must be
replaced by new one.
l) Operating shafts Check the shafts for any defects, -do-
crack. If so, it must be replaced by
new one.
m) Connecting rod Check each rod for wear, crack. Every six
Damaged rods must be replaced. months.
Also, check for alignment of the
rod.

11.4 ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES :

11.4.1 Before attempting any adjustments read DESCRIPTION OF OPERATION


( Para 8 ) and SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ( Para 11.2).

11.4.2 The door operating mechanism has three major areas that require regular
inspection to determine if adjustment or repair is required. The three areas are:

(i) The door operating levers which serve to open and close the doors and provide
the primary locking means to hold the doors closed.

(ii) The secondary lock which is located at the air cylinder which serves as a
backup locking system.

(iii) The doors which provide a means to retain the commodity in the wagon and
prevent any leakage. A visual inspection as outlined below in Para 11.4.2.1,
11.4.2.2 & 11.4.2.3 of the three (3) areas respectively will determines the
operating condition of the mechanism.

11.4.2.1 DOOR OPERATING LEVERS :

A. With doors closed and secondary lock engaged observe door operating levers.
Compare to fig. 6 A and 6 B to determine if adjustment is required. Fig. 6 A
shows three conditions where the adjustment is correct. On door operating
levers between doors where there is no gap on one side it is permissible to have
up to 5mm gap on the other side as shown. On end levers there should be no
gaps. Fig. 6 B shows conditions requiring adjustment. If doors cannot be fully
closed and secondary lock is not engaged, air pressure supply must be at least
5 kg/cm2. If air pressure supply is adequate, it may then be necessary to back
off door eyebolts to reduce air pressure requirements. Doors can then be closed
so that levers can be adjusted. Door tightness adjustment is covered in Para
11.4.2.3.

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B. Begin adjustment at lever requiring adjustment that is closest to the air cylinder.
After this is completed go on in sequence to the next lever requiring adjustment
until all are completed.

C. To adjust turnbuckle, first remove locking bolts. Then with doors closed note
gaps at door operating levers so that an estimate can be made of, the no. of
tonnes required ( one complete turn moves pin centres 8mm ) rotate the
turnbuckle in the direction that increases the pin centres. When the adjustment
is made, check door operating levers gap with the doors closed. Repeat this
process until one or more levers have no gaps.

The removing door operating levers are adjusted using the adjustable levers
where gaps are present, turnbuckle locking bolts to be installed after checking
secondary lock adjustment ( para 11.4.2.2 B.)

D. If adjustment cannot be made because there is no adjustment remaining in the


turnbuckle, it will be necessary to check location dimension of components to
determine if they are in correct positions. Correct as required.

11.4.2.2 SECONDARY LOCK :

A. Close doors using a source of air of at least 5 kg/cm2. If doors cannot be fully
closed, (levers over center ) and the cylinder is not fully retracted, the doors are
too tight. Door eyebolts must be backed off to allow mechanism to fully close
( see 11.4.2.3 C).

If levers are over center, but cylinder is not fully retracted back off turnbuckle
until cylinder is fully retracted.

Go on to secondary lock adjustment after completing the above.

B. SECONDARY LOCK ADJUSTMENT :

If gap between operating lever lug and hook pin is not 6 mm to 10mm with air
cylinder fully retracted under maximum 6 kg/cm2 air pressure, adjust as
follows ( fig. 8 ).

1. Note gap under air ( doors closed ).

2. Release air pressure and back off clevis lock nut. This will require first
removing tack weld.

3. If gap was under 6mm, turn cylinder rod so that it advances into cylinder rod
clevis. If gap was over 10 mm, rotate cylinder rod so that it moves away from
cylinder clevis. One turn of cylinder rod changes gap approximately 2 mm.

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4. Recheck gap with air pressure applied and repeat adjustment until within
tolerance. Be sure that cylinder is fully retracted and cylinder rod clevis pin is
against front stop when checking gap.

5. After adjustment is completed, securely tighten locknuts and tack weld to


clevis ( not to cylinder rod ).

6. With air pressure removed, gap should be 0 to 2 mm. If it is 0, check to see that
hook can be easily pried up. If hook is too tight or if gap is over 2 mm,
turnbuckle must be adjusted. See fig. 7 ( A&B) for turnbuckle adjustment.

11.4.2.3 DOOR TIGHTNESS ADJUSTMENT :

The procedure for adjusting the door tightness is as follows :

A. Check each door location to determine if doors are closed tight ( see fig. 9).
This is done by sighting along the lips of doors to note if they contact one
another. If they dont, adjust appropriately eyebolt to bring door lips together
as shown in Part A of fig. 9. adjustment is made by bending the nut locks away
from the nut and jam nut and loosening the jam then tightening the nut until
correct adjustment is obtained.

B. After the above adjustment is complete, check air pressure requirements to


determine if doors are too tight or too loose. This is done by inserting a
pressure gauge into the system as close to the air cylinder as possible. This can
be done at the auxiliary train line at the Y end of the wagon or at the door
operating mechanism reservoir drain.

With the doors opened and the system drained slowly build up air pressure.
When the pressure reaches 20 psi ( 1.4l kg/cm2) actuate air valve in the closing
direction. Continue to slowly build up air pressure and no pressure where the
door operating levers snap over center. This pressure should be 55 psi ( 3.87
kg/cm2 ) plus or minus 5 psi ( 0.35 kg/cm2).

C. If the pressure is higher than 55 psi ( 3.87 kg/cm2 ) or if the doors cannot be
closed, back off nuts and recheck pressure using the above procedure.

D. If the pressure is too low tighten nuts and recheck. Eyebolt jamnut should be
tightened the same amount.

After tightness adjustment is complete tighten jam nut and bend over nut locks
on nuts and jam nuts.

11.5 QUICK CHECK TO DETERMINE IF DOOR MECHANISM REQUIRES


ADJUSTMENT AND WHERE TO MAKE ADJUSTMENT

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S Cylinder Secondary lock Door Remarks
N operating
levers
1 Closed position no air Engaged Over Adjustment is correct
pressure ( gap 0-2mm ) center as
per fig. 6C
2 Fully retracted Engaged -do- -do-
(* under air press) ( gap 6-10mm )

3 Closed position Engaged All not Adjust turnbuckle


(*under air pressure) - Gap 6mm-10mm fully followed by adjustable
( without air pressure ) - Gap 0- 2mm overcenter. lever adjustment where
required.
4 Closed position Not engaged Not Adjust cylinder clevis
(* with or without air overcenter. first followed by
pressure ) adjustment of turnbuckle
& adjustable lever.

5 Closed position Not engaged Fully cylinder clevis needs


(* with or without air overcenter. adjustment. Check
pressure ) turnbuckle fine
adjustment for correct
gap W/o air.

6 Not fully closed Not engaged or Not Doors too tight. After
( *under air pressure ) engaged overcenter. adjusting doors check
secondary lock &
cylinder. Adjust as
required.
7 Not fully closed Not engaged Fully Adjust (Shorten)
(*with or without air overcenter. turnbuckle followed by
pressure ) the checking secondary
lock gap. Adjust as
required.
8 Not fully closed Engaged Fully Adjust (shorten)
(*with or without air overcenter. turnbuckle followed by the
pressure ) checking secondary lock
gap. Adjust as required.
* Note : Air pressure should be a minimum 5kg/cm2.

11.6 TROUBLE SHOOTING :

If the doors will not operate, make the following checks in the sequence listed.
Do not perform any work on the wagon until the safety precautions in para
11.2 included in this manual have been read and fully understood.

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A. If the doors will not operate : If the condition persists,
Pneumatically/manually proceed to

1. Check the hopper doors and mechanism for ( Step A-2 )


damage that could restrict operation.

2. Make sure angle cocks are open and adequate ( Step A-3 )
air pressure is being supplied to the system.
Inspect for and repair any leaks found in the
system.

3. Inspect the secondary lock at the air cylinder ( Step A-4 )


for damage or a jammed condition. Be sure
to stand away from the air cylinder and lock
when attempting to operate the doors.

4.(i) Disconnect external air supply to the wagon


and release the air pressure in the system.
Carefully remove the hose from the rear port
of the cylinder. ( toward the end of the
wagon). Connect shop air through a valve
directly to the rear port of the cylinder.
Pressure must be atleast 5 kg/cm2 and not
greater than 6 kg/cm2 .

(ii) If shop air, applied directly to the cylinder Replace the spool valve.
will operate the door properly:

(iii) If shop air, applied directly to the cylinder Replace the cylinder.
will not operate the door properly:
B. If doors operate, but mechanism : If the condition persists,
will not snap over center proceed to
1. Check air pressure to cylinder should be 5 ( Step B-2 )
kg/cm2 minimum.

2. Loosen door eyebolts until mechanism snaps


over center.

12. ROUTINE OVERHAUL (ROH) :

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12.1 UNDERFRAME, COUPLERS & BOGIES :

For ROH of underframe couplers and bogies Instructions given in Indian


Railways Maintenance Manual of wagon issued by Railway Board should be
followed in so far as they apply to the equipment provided on this wagon.
Instructions for maintenance of bogies can also be found in Technical
Pamphlet No. WD-21-CASNUB-22NLB-BOGIE-93 & WD-17-CASNUB-
22HS-BOGIE-92 issued by RDSO.

12.2 BRAKES :

The brake equipment shall be given the following attention :

(i) Clean the strainer discs of the distributor valve.

(ii) Lubricate the brake cylinder & clean its strainer.

(iii) Check for easy operation of isolating cock of distributor valve, cut-off angle
cock, manual quick release valve and isolating cock of feed pipe.

(iv) Drain out the auxiliary reservoir.

(v) Check all hose couplings for serviceability.

(vi) Clean strainer and choke of check valve.

(vii) Clean dirt collector.

(viii) Test the brake system for proper functioning. Test shall be carried out in
accordance with the procedure indicated below :

a) Connect the brake pipe (BP) to the corresponding coupling of single Car
Test Device.

b) Close the coupling on other end of the wagon.

c) Fix a pressure gauge on the brake cylinder.

d) Connect the Single Car Test Device to the main line of the compressor.

e) Carry out further preparation & testing in accordance with the procedure
given in the air brake manufacturers maintenance manual.

f) Record the readings in the test proforma and see that all the parameters are
within the specified limits.

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12.3 Door operating system : To be done as per para 10.1

13. PERIODIC OVERHAUL (POH):

13.1 UNDERFRAME, COUPLERS & BOGIES :

A large number of couplers and bogies similar to the ones provided on these
wagons are already being maintained by the Indian Railways workshops.
POH of these assemblies shall, therefore, be carried out as per procedure laid
down in the Indian Railway Maintenance Manual for wagons issued by the
Railway Board and RDSOs Technical Pamphlet No. WD-21-CASNUB-
22NLB-BOGIE-93, WD-17-CASNUB-22HS-BOGIE-92 & 48 BD 2002
and 49 BD-2002 for the couplers and draft gears.

13.2 BRAKES :

Maintenance of brake equipment shall be carried out as per maintenance


procedure laid down in the instructions issued by the supplier of equipment.

13.3 DOOR OPERATING SYSTEM :

To be done as per para 10.1

14. OUT OF SCHEDULE REPAIRS :

Even after regular ROH and POH of wagons, there may arise some defects
which require out of schedule repairs. Nature of such defects shall be
examined in the light of instructions contained in this manual and appropriate
steps shall be taken depending upon the nature of defects.

***

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Annexure - I

Sub: Maintenance instructions for Door Operating Mechanism of BOBRN wagons.

A. Door & Lever Mechanism (Must attend items)

S. Items to be checked/ POH ROH


No attended
1. Door hinges Replace existing door hinges by Visually examine door hinge
forged door hinge as per RDSO for welding defects and attend
drawing no. SK-WD7-0406/S-1 the same. Stiffener plate as
alt.1 issued vide letter no. provided by Waltair to be
MW/BOBRN dt. 23/25.6.2004. ensured.

2. Adjustable bushing Replace existing cast steel Examine and replace defective
bushing by forged steel bushing (damaged/ bent) adjustable
as per RDSO Drg. no. WD- bushing.
96038-S-04 alt. 3 (item-1)

3. Securing of turn After adjustment, locking plate After adjustment, locking plate
buckle to be secured by bolt and spring to be secured by bolt and spring
washer and weld with turn washer and weld with turn
buckle (min. 10mm length). buckle (min. 10mm length).

4. Eye bolt fitment Ensure center line of eye bolt is Ensure center line of eye bolt
73 mm from bottom of center is 73 mm from bottom of center
sill as given in Drg. no. WD- sill as given in Drg. no. WD-
96038-S-01. Ensure that eye 96038-S-01. Ensure that eye
bolt is not loose and secured by bolt is not loose and secured by
bolt and spring washer (item no. bolt and spring washer (item
3 of Drg. no. WD-96038-S-02) no. 3 of Drg. no. WD-96038-S-
and lock nut with nut lock (item 02) and lock nut with nut lock
no. 7 of Drg. no. WD-96038-S- (item no. 7 of Drg. no. WD-
02). Spring washer should be as 96038-S-02). Spring washer
per IS-3063. Replace bent/ should be as per IS-3063.
damaged eyebolt. Replace bent/ damaged eyebolt.

5 Door clip Examine door clip and replace if Examine door clip and replace
bent or hole is elongated due to if bent or hole is elongated due
loose eyebolt. Ensure center of to loose eyebolt. Ensure center
hole remains 73mm below of hole remains 73mm below
center sill. center sill.

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6. Pin of connecting turn Replace pin & split pin Replace pin & split pin
buckle, clevis with arrangement by pin (same dia arrangement by pin (same dia
main operating lever. and material) and bulb cotter and material) and bulb cotter
arrangement. arrangement.

7. Pin of the door Replace the pin and split pin Replace pin if worn out more
operating shaft with than 1.5mm. Properly fit split
the adjustable lever pin

8 Bush bearing assembly Ensure that bush bearing is not Examine for loose bush bearing
loose fitted. and attend, if required

9 Bronze bush of the 1. Replace bronze bush. 1. Replace bronze bush.


door opening square
shaft 2. Ensure that both the stoppers 2. Ensure that both the stoppers
are fitted. are fitted.

10. Bush of the main 1. Examine for defects like Examine for broken bush and
operating lever welding with operating lever, replace operating lever, if
crack etc. and replace, if required.
defective.

2. Check for out of roundness of


the bush. It should not be more
than 1.0mm in dia.

3. Examine for alignment of


both the bush with holes at the
end of the operating lever and
correct/ replace, if required.

11 Operating lever 1. Examine for looseness in 1. Examine for looseness in


holding bearing fitment. If loose refit after fitment. If loose refit after
properly examining stud properly examining stud
threads. threads.

2. Check for roundness of the 2. Check for roundness of the


bearing hole. If out of round by bearing hole. If out of round by
1mm in dia, replace. 1mm dia, replace.

12 Door lips Examine for corrosion, if Replace if door lips are heavily
heavily corroded replace door. corroded/ damaged by new
The dimension as per drawing to door.
be ensured during POH.

Door adjustment to be ensured Door adjustment to be ensured

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correct i.e. door lips touching correct i.e. door lips touching
and evenly matched. and evenly matched.

13 Door hopper Replace if corroded. Examine for corrosion, if


heavily corroded, replace,
otherwise clean and paint.

B. Dimension check & surface crack check

Following components of DOM should be checked for dimensional accuracy and surface
cracks during POH

S.No. Components Drawing No. Dimension

1. Side plate set Item no.3 of drawing Centre to center distance between the two
no. WD-96038-S-04 holes (279 mm).

2. Lever (central) Item no.1 of drawing 1. Distance from center of square hole to
no. WD-92081-S-55 center of two circular holes (133mm &
201mm).

2. Off set dimension of 14mm & 3 mm of


circular holes from center line of
square hole (refer drawing)

1. Thickness of stopper at both end


(dimension as 15mm).

3. Lever X end Item no.2 of drawing 1. Centre to center distance between


no. WD-92081-S-55 square hole and circular hole
(201mm).

2. Off set of 14mm of center of circular


hole from square hole.

3. Thickness of stopper (dimension as


15mm).

4. Lever Y end Item no.3 of drawing 1. Centre to center distance between


no. WD-92081-S-55 square hole and circular hole
(133mm).

2. Off set of 13mm of center of circular


hole from square hole.

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3. Thickness of stopper (dimension as
15mm).

5. Operating lever Item no.4 of drawing 1. Centre to center distance between two
no. WD-92081-S-55 holes.

2. Distance between center of bushes at


both end from center of both the
holes.

6 Connecting link Item no.1 of drawing 1. Centre to center distance of the holes.
(small) no. WD-92081-S-57
2. Parallelness of forks at both ends and
distance (dimension 32mm).

7. Connecting link Item no.11 of drawing 1. Centre to center distance of the holes
(large) no. WD-92081-S-57
2. Parallelness of forks at both ends and
distance (dimension 32mm).

Note General conditions of other items should be checked. Bent/ deformed/ damaged to
be replaced.

C. Maintenance of DOM cylinder during POH

1. Dismantling and cleaning

a. Dismantle cylinder.

a. Remove all rubber components/ gaskets etc.

b. Clean all components with kerosene thoroughly.

c. Dry the components and wipe with dry cloth.

2. Examination of components

a. Examine all fasteners and holes with thread. Replace the components having
damaged threads.

b. Piston rod having heavy scoring mark and bent piston rod to be replaced with new
piston rod.

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3. All rubber components and gaskets/ seals must be changed during POH.

(Note: Components of cylinder to be purchased from original manufacturers as


RDSO has not issued drawings/ specification.)

4. During assembly of cylinder, ensure fitment of new washers/ spring washers.

5. Testing DOM cylinder to be tested for leakage at 8 kg/cm2 pressure. POH


workshop to develop suitable test rig.

D. After assembly of DOM ensure following dimensions of the system

S.No. Dimension Drawing no.

1. Vertical distance between bottom of center sill WD-96038-S-01


and bearing hole center (dimension 98mm) at
three locations.

2. Vertical distance between bottom of center sill WD-96038-S-01


and eye bolt hole centre (dimension 73mm) at
4 locations (at all doors).

3. Check for over center condition with door


connecting link against lever stops (procedure
given below).

Check for over center condition ( Fig. 6 C)

When fully locked and over center, door connecting links contact locking levers at top and
bottom. If there is clearance between locking lever and door connecting link, check over
center condition by placing a straight edge between the centerline of the adjustable eye bolt
connecting link pin (A) and the operating shaft (B), and between the centerline of
adjustable eye bolt connecting link pin (E) and the operating shaft (B). The center of the
locking lever pin (C) should be below the centerline between points (A) and (B) at least
3mm. The center of the locking lever pin (D) should be above the centerline between
points (E) and (B) at least 3 mm. If centerline falls less than 3 mm below or above these
points, readjustment is necessary.

***

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ANNEXURE II ( A )
DETAILS OF VARIOUS PARTS OF THE DOM OF BOBR WAGON :
( Ref. Drg. No. WD-86013-S-67 & 68)
SN Description Qua Ref. Drg. No. Remarks
ntity
1 Air cylinder 1 WD-92081-S-54
2 Operating lever 1 WD-92081-S-55 Item-4
3 Clevis ( Modified ) 1 WD-92081-S-57 Item-3
4 Lever ( Clevis end ) 2 WD-92081-S-55 Item-3
5 Lever ( Opposite end ) 2 WD-92081-S-55 Item-2
6 Bearing ( near side ) 4 WD-92081-S-57 Item-8
7 Bearing ( far side ) 3 WD-92081-S-57 Item-8
8 Connecting link ( short ) 2 WD-92081-S-57 Item-1 See table at S.No. 1
9 Connecting link ( long ) 2 WD-92081-S-57 Item-1 See table at S.No. 3
10 Adjustable lever 3 WD-92081-S-59
11 Operating shaft 50.29 X 3 WD-92081-S-59 Item-6
965 long
12 Connecting rod (end) 2 WD-92081-S-53
13 Eye bolt 1 WD-92081-S-57 Item- 7
14 Turnbuckle 1 WD-92081-S-57 Item- 7
15 Jam nut 8 WD-92081-S-57 Item- 2
16 Bushing 6 WD-92081-S-57 Item- 5
17 Bracket for cylinder 1 --
18 Door flaps 8 WD-86013-S-65
19 Eye bolt 8 WD-92081-S-57 Item 2
20 Pin with washer and cotter 17 --
pin 32 dia X 79 long
21 Pin with washer and cotter 2 WD-92081-S-53 Item 6
pin 32 dia X 103 long
24 Secondary lock assembly 1 WD-92081-S-56
25 Standard nut 8 --
26 Safety bracket 1 --
27 Pin 32 dia X 79 long 1 WD-92081-S-57 Item 6 See table at S.No. 3
28 Pin 50 dia X 152 long 1 --
29 Pin with two cotter pins 1 --
30 Mechanism stops 12 X 12 24 WD-92081-S-59 Item 8
X 38
31 Lever ( centre ) 2 WD-92081-S-55 Item 1
32 Connecting link (short ) 2 WD-92081-S-57 Item 1 See table at S.No. 2
33 Connecting link ( long) 2 WD-92081-S-57 Item 1 See table at S.No. 4
34 Mounting plate for 6
bearing ( 320 X 100 X 12
TH)

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***

ANNEXURE II (B)

DETAILS OF VARIOUS PARTS OF THE DOM OF BOBRN( Single link) WAGON :

SN Component Drg. No. Quantity for Remarks


two hopper
four door
arrangemen
t
1 Controlling dimension WD-92081-S-54 1
of Air cylinder
2 Controlling dimension As per WD-92081-S-61 1
of pneumatic valve
3 Controlling dimension As per WD-92081-S-61 1
of Air filter
4 Operating Lever WD-92081-S-55 Item 4 1
5 Operating Shaft WD-92081-S-59 Item 8, 9 & 3 sets
( with mech. stopper & 12
APD.)
6 Bearing ( far side ) WD-92081-S-57 Item 8 4
7 Bearing ( near side ) WD-92081-S-57 Item 8 4
8 Clevis Assembly WD-92081-S-57 Item 3 1
9 Turn Buckle ( Fitted WD-92081-S-57 Item 9 1
with 2 Nos. M-10 X 20
Hex Screw )
10 Eye bolt 39 dia. WD-92081-S-57 Item 7 1
11 Adjustable Lever WD-92081-S-59. Item 1 to 7 3 sets
( Assembly )
12 Bush ( Bronze ) WD-92081-S-57 Item 5 6
13 Connecting Rod WD-92081-S-53 2
14 Door Operating Lever WD-92081-S-55 Item 3 2
( Y-end)
15 Door Operating Lever WD-92081-S-55 Item 1 2
( central )
16 Door Operating Lever WD-92081-S-55 Item 2 2
( X-end)
17 Eye bolt 45 with nut, WD-92081-S-57 Item 2 4 set
lock nut & spring
washer
18 Connecting link WD-92081-S-57 Item 11 1
( large )
19 Connecting link WD-92081-S-57 Item 1 1
( small )
20 Connecting link WD-92081-S-57 Item 11 1

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( large )
21 Connecting link (small) WD-92081-S-57 Item 1 1
22 Pin for connecting link WD-92081-S-57 Item 1 of 13 9 set
& connecting rod (with
washer I/D 33 X O/D
70 X 4 thk 1 No. &
bulb cotter pin 8 X 20
X large. 70 long
23 Pin for connecting WD-92081-S-57 Item 6 2 set
rod ( with washer
I/D 33 X O/D 70 X 4
thk 1 No. & Split pin
10 X 63 long
24 Pin for Clevis end ( WD-92081-S-57 Item 2 of 13 1 set
with washer 39 I/D X
76 O/D X 4 thk 1 No.
& bulb cotter pin 8 X
20 X 75 long
25 Nut lock WD-92081-S-57 Item 12 4
26 Bearing pin ( with WD-92081-S-52 Item 29 1 set
washer 46 I/D X 89
O/D X 4 thk 2 No. &
Split pin 10 X 71
long ( 2 Nos.)
27 Cylinder rod Clevis WD-92081-S-56 Item 5 1
assembly
28 Cylinder rod Clevis pin WD-92081-S-56 Item 6 1 set
( with washer 52 I/D X
90 O/D X 4 thk 2 No.
& split pin 10 X 90
long 2 Nos. )
29 Safety Hook WD-92081-S-56 Item 3 1
30 Hook Pivot pin ( with WD-92081-S-56 Item 4 1 set Secondary
washer 39 I/D X 76 lock
O/D X 4 thk 2 Nos. & assembly
split pin 10 X 71 long parts
2 Nos. )
31 Safety Look Spring WD-92081-S-56 Item 1 1 set
Assly. (each set
consists of 3 leaf )
32 Spring retainer WD-92081-S-56 Item 2 a 1
33 Air Reservoir WD-92081-S-60 1
( 80 liters )
***

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ANNEXURE II ( C )

DETAILS OF VARIOUS PARTS OF THE DOM OF BOBRN( Double link) WAGON


( Fig. 5):

SN Component Ref. Drg. No. Quantity for Remarks


two hopper
four door
arrangemen
t
1 Controlling dimension WD-92081-S-54 1
of Air cylinder
2 Controlling dimension As per WD-92081-S-61 1
of pneumatic valve
3 Controlling dimension As per WD-92081-S-61 1
of Air filter
4 Operating Lever WD-92081-S-55 Item 4 1
5 Operating Shaft WD-96038-S-04 Item 8,9 & 10 3 sets
( with mech. stopper &
APD)
6 Bearing ( far side ) WD-92081-S-57 Item 8 4
7 Bearing ( near side ) WD-92081-S-57 Item 8 4
8 Clevis Assembly WD-92081-S-57 Item 3 1
9 Turn Buckle ( Fitted WD-92081-S-57 Item 9 1
with 2 Nos. M-10 X 20
Hex Screw )
10 Eye bolt 39 dia. WD-92081-S-57 Item 7 1
11 Adjustable Lever WD-96038-S-04 Item 1 to 7 3 sets
( Assembly )
12 Bush ( Bronze ) WD-92081-S-57 Item 5 6
13 Connecting Rod WD-92081-S-53 2
14 Door Operating Lever WD-92081-S-55 Item 3 2
( Y-end)
15 Door Operating Lever WD-92081-S-55 Item 1 2
( central )
16 Door Operating Lever WD-92081-S-55 Item 2 2
( X-end)
17 Eye bolt 45 with nut, WD-92081-S-57 Item 2 8 sets
lock nut & spring
washer
18 Connecting link WD-92081-S-57 Item 11 2
( large )
19 Connecting link WD-92081-S-57 Item 1 2
( small )
20 Connecting link WD-92081-S-57 Item 11 2
( large )
21 Connecting link (small) WD-92081-S-57 Item 1 2

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22 Pin for connecting link WD-92081-S-57 Item 1 of 13 17 sets
& connecting rod (with
washer I/D 33 X O/D
70 X 4 thk 1 No. &
bulb cotter pin 8 X 20
X 70 long
23 Pin for connecting WD-92081-S-57 Item 6 2 set
rod ( with washer
I/D 33 X O/D 70 X 4
thk 1 No. & Split pin
10 X 63 long
24 Pin for Clevis end ( WD-92081-S-57 Item 2 of 13 1 set
with washer 39 I/D X
76 O/D X 4 thk 1 No.
& bulb cotter pin 8 X
20 X 75 long
25 Nut lock WD-92081-S-57 Item 12 8
26 Bearing pin ( with WD-96038-S-02 Item 26 1 set
washer 46 I/D X 89
O/D X 4 thk 2 No. &
Split pin 10 X 76
long ( 2 Nos.)
27 Cylinder rod Clevis WD-92081-S-56 Item 5 1
assembly
28 Cylinder rod Clevis pin WD-92081-S-56 Item 6 1 set
( with washer 52 I/D X
90 O/D X 4 thk 2 No.
& split pin 10 X 90
long 2 Nos. )
29 Safety Hook WD-92081-S-56 Item 3 1
30 Hook Pivot pin ( with WD-92081-S-56 Item 4 1 set Secondary
washer 39 I/D X 76 lock
O/D X 4 thk 2 Nos. & assembly
split pin 10 X 71 long parts
2 Nos. )
31 Safety Look Spring WD-92081-S-56 Item 1 1 set
Assly. (each set
consists of 3 leaf )
32 Spring retainer WD-92081-S-56 Item 2 a 1
33 Air Reservoir WD-92081-S-60 1
( 80 liters )
***

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