Hitachi ZX140W-3, ZX170W-3, ZX190W-3, ZX210W-3 Wheeled Excavator Operator's Manual


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This manual PDF download describes procedures for operation, handling, lubrication, maintenance, checking, and adjustment for the Hitachi ZAXIS 140W-3, 170W-3, 190W-3 & 210W-3 Hydraulic Excavator. It will help the operator or anyone realize peak performance through effective, economical and safe machine operation and maintenance.


APPLICABLE MODELS :

Hitachi Wheeled Excavator ZX140W-3
Hitachi Wheeled Excavator ZX170W-3
Hitachi Wheeled Excavator ZX190W-3
Hitachi Wheeled Excavator ZX210W-3

ZAXIS 140W-3 - 002001 and up
ZAXIS 170W-3 - 003001 and up
ZAXIS 190W-3 - 002001 and up
ZAXIS 210W-3 - 002001 and up


TABLE OF CONTENTS :

MACHINE NUMBERS
SAFETY
SAFETY SIGNS
COMPONENTS NAME
OPERATOR’S STATION
BREAK-IN
OPERATING THE ENGINE
DRIVING THE MACHINE
TRANSPORTING
MAINTENANCE
MAINTENENCE UNDER SPECIAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
OPERATIING THE MACHINE
STORAGE
TROUBLESHOOTING
SPECIFICATIONS
OPTIONAL ATTACHMENTS AND DEVICES
INDEX


MANUAL SPECIFICATION :

File Format : PDF
Language : English
Printable : Yes
Searchable : Yes
Bookmarked : Yes
Part No. : EMCGB-1-1
Total Pages : 363


This manual provides rules and guidelines which will help you use this machine safely and effectively. The precautions in this manual must be followed at all times when performing operation and maintenance.

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EMCGB-1-1
INTRODUCTION
INDEX
MACHINE NUMBERS
CONTENTS
SAFETY
Recognize Safety Information
Understand Signal Words
Follow Safety Instructions
Prepare for Emergencies
Wear Protective Clothing
Protect Against Noise
Inspect Machine
General Precautions for Cab
Use Handholds and Steps
Adjust the Operator’s Seat
Ensure Safety Before Rising From or Leaving Operator’s Seat
Fasten Your Seat Belt
Move and Operate Machine Safely
Handle Starting Aids Safety
Operate Only From Operator’s Seat
Jump Starting
Keep Riders Off Machine
Precautions for Operations
Investigate Job Site Beforehand
Equipment of Head Guard, Rops, Fops
Provide Signals for Jobs Involving Multiple Numbers of Machines
Confirm Direction of Machine to Be Driven
Drive Machine Safely
Avoid Injury From Rollaway Accidents
Avoid Injury From Back-over and Swing Accidents
Keep Person Clear From Working Area
Never Position Bucket Over Anyone
Avoid Undercutting
Avoid Tipping
Never Undercut a High Bank
Dig with Caution
Operate with Caution
Avoid Power Lines
Precautions for Lightening
Object Handling
Protect Against Flying Debris
Park Machine Safely
Handle Fluids Safely.avoid Fires
Transport Safely
Practice Safe Maintenance
Warn Others of Service Work
Support Machine Properly
Stay Clear of Moving Parts
Prevent Parts From Flying
Store Attachments Safely
Support Maintenance Properly
Prevent Burns
Replace Rubber Hoses Periodically
Avoid High-pressure Fluids
Prevent Fires
Evacuating in Case of Fire
Beware of Exhaust Fumes
Precautions for Welding and Grinding
Avoid Heating Near Pressurized Fluid Lines
Avoid Applying Heat to Lines Containing Flammable Fluids
Remove Paint Before Welding or Heating
Beware of Asbestos Dust
Prevent Battery Explosions
Service Air Conditioning System Safely
Handle Chemical Products Safely
Dispose of Waste Properly

SAFETY SIGNS
Oceania Model Only
Asia/Middle and Near East Model Only

COMPONENTS NAME

OPERATOR'S STATION
Cab Features (Standard Model)
Steering Column Console
Steering Wheel and Travel Horn Switch
Accelerator Pedal
Brake Pedal
F-N-R Lever
Combination Switch (Turn Signal Switch, Light and Dimmer Switches)
Brake Switch
Working Brake
Auto Axle Lock
Hazard Switch
Operator’s Station
Key Switch
Right/Left Control Levers
Lever Switch
Lighter
Cab Light
Installing Fire Extinguisher (Optional)
Pilot Control Shut-off Lever
Engine Stop Switch
Multi Function Monitor
Basic Screen
Monitor Operation
Alarm Occurrence Screen
Clock Setting
Work Mode (Attachment Selection)
Attachment Adjustment (Pump 2 Flow Rate Adjustment)
Operating Status
Maintenance Setting
Mail (Optional)
Meter Display Control
Password Revising (Optional)
Back Monitor Setting (Optional))
Back Monitor Setting
Meter Combination Setting
Unit Setting
Fuse Box
Additional Fuse Box
Auto Air Conditioner Operation
Tips for Optimal Air Conditioner Usage
Heater (Optional) Operation
Am/Fm Radio Operation
Digital Clock Setting Procedure
Cab Door Release Lever
Opening Upper Front Window
Closing Upper Front Window
Removing and Storing Lower Front Window
Opening Door Windows
Opening/Closing Overhead Window (Std. Model)
Emergency Exit
Adjusting the Seat
Seat with a Built-in Heater (Optional)
Adjusting the Air-suspension Seat (Optional)
Seat with a Built-in Heater
Seat Belt

BREAK-IN
Observe Engine Operation Closely
Every 8 Hours or Daily
After the First 50 Hours
After the First 100 Hours

OPERATING THE ENGINE
Inspect Machine Daily Before Starting
Before Starting Engine
Starting the Engine in Ordinary Temperature
Starting in Cold Weather
Starting in Cold Weather (ZX140W-3)
Check Instruments After Starting
Using Booster Batteries
Stopping the Engine

DRIVING THE MACHINE
Traveling
Engine Speed Control
Travel Mode Switch
Stopping and Restarting
Instructions for Traveling on a Slope
Parking
Emergency Parking Due to Machine Failure
Travel Alarm (Optional)

OPERATING THE MACHINE
Control Lever (ISO Pattern) (Standard)
Control Lever (Hitachi Pattern)
Pilot Control Shut-off Lever
Steering Wheel Column
Warming-up Operation
Engine Speed Control
Auto-idle
Work Mode
Power Digging (Only ZAXIS210W-3)
Power Mode
Parking/Stopping the Machine on a Slope (In Case of Emergency)
Raising the Machine Front Above the Ground with the Boom and Arm Function
Excavation
Face Shovel Operation
Grading Operation
Do Not Slam the Bucket Teeth into the Ground
Do Not Use the Bucket as a Hammer
Avoid Increasing Digging Force Forcibly
Avoid Using Swing Power
Boom Lowering Procedure in Emergency or when the Engine Stalls
Overnight Storage Instructions

TRANSPORTING
Transporting by Road
Loading/Unloading on a Trailer
Transporting
Unloading
Towing Machine

MAINTENANCE
Correct Maintenance and Inspection Procedures
Check the Hour Meter Regularly
Use Correct Fuels and Lubricants
Layout
Maintenance Guide Table
Prepare Machine for Maintenance
Hood and Access Covers
Periodic Replacement of Parts
Maintenance Guide
A. GREASING
Front Joint Pins
Swing Bearing
Swing Internal Gear
Front Axle
Propel Shaft (Front and Rear)
Equalizer Pin
B. ENGINE
Engine Oil Level
Change Engine Oil
Replace Engine Oil Filter
C. TRANSMISSION
Pump Transmission
Swing Reduction Gear
Transmission Gear Oil
Front Axle
Rear Axle
Front and Rear Hub Reduction Devices
D. BRAKE (TRAVELING)
Check Brake Accumulator
Check Wear on Brake Lining
E. TIRE
Tire Inspection and Replacement Procedure
F. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE OF HYDRAULIC EQUIPMENT
BREAKER MAINTENANCE
Check Hydraulic Oil Level
Change Hydraulic Oil
Suction Filter Cleaning
Replace Hydraulic Tank Oil Filter (Std. Model)
Replace Full-Flow Filter (Optional)
Replace Pilot Oil Filter
Replace Air Breather Element
Check Hoses and Lines
SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR HYDRAULIC FITTINGS
G. FUEL SYSTEM
Drain Fuel Tank Sump
Check Water Separator
Replace Fuel Main Filter Element
Replace Fuel Pre-filter Element
Clean Fuel Solenoid Pump Strainer
Check Fuel Hoses
H. AIR CLEANER
Clean the Air Cleaner Outer Element
Replace the Air Cleaner Outer and Inner Elements
I. COOLING SYSTEM
Check Coolant Level
Check and Adjust Fan Belt Tension
Change Coolant
Clean Radiator Interior
Clean Radiator, Oil Cooler Core and Inter Cooler
Clean Oil Cooler, Radiator and Inter Coller Front Screen
Clean Air Conditioner Condenser
Clean Fuel Oil Cooler
Clean Air Conditioner Front Screen
J. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
BATTERIES
REPLACE BATTERIES
REMOVE AND INSTALLING BATTERY
REPLACING FUSES
K. MISCELLANEOUS
Check Bucket Teeth
Change Bucket
Convert Bucket Connection Into Face Shovel
Adjust the Bucket Linkage
Check and Replace Seat Belt
Check Windshield Washer Fluid Level
Clean and Replace Air Conditioner Filter Clean Filter
Check the Air Conditioner
Clean Cab Floor
Retighten Cylinder Head Bolt
Inspect and Adjust Valve Clearance
Measure Engine Compression Pressure
Check Starter and Alternator
Check Tightening Torque of Bolts and Nuts

MAINTENANCE UNDER SPECIAL ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

STORAGE
Storing the Machine
Removing the Machine from Storage

TROUBLESHOOTING

SPECIFICATIONS
SPECIFICATIONS
ZAXIS140W-3 (Standard CHASSIS, REAR BLADE)
ZAXIS140W-3 (Standard CHASSIS, REAR OUTRIGGER)
ZAXIS140W-3 (FRONT BLADE REAR OUTRIGGER)
ZAXIS140W-3 (FRONT OUTRIGGER REAR BLADE)
ZAXIS140W-3 (FRONT OUTRIGGER REAR OUTRIGGER)
WORKING RANGES ZAXIS140W-3 MONOBLOCK BOOM
SPECIFICATIONS
ZAXIS170W-3 (Standard GAUGE, Standard CHASSIS, REAR BLADE)
ZAXIS170W-3 (Standard GAUGE, Standard CHASSIS, REAR OUTRIGGER)
ZAXIS170W-3 (Standard GAUGE, FRONT BLADE REAR OUTRIGGER)
ZAXIS170W-3 (Standard GAUGE, FRONT OUTRIGGER REAR BLADE)
ZAXIS170W-3 (Standard GAUGE, FRONT OUTRIGGER REAR OUTRIGGER)
WORKING RANGES ZAXIS170W-3 MONOBLOCK BOOM
SPECIFICATIONS
ZAXIS190W-3 (Standard CHASSIS, REAR BLADE)
ZAXIS190W-3 (Standard CHASSIS, REAR OUTRIGGER)
ZAXIS190W-3 (FRONT BLADE REAR OUTRIGGER)
ZAXIS190W-3 (FRONT OUTRIGGER REAR BLADE)
ZAXIS190W-3 (FRONT OUTRIGGER REAR OUTRIGGER )
WORKING RANGES ZAXIS190W-3 MONOBLOCK BOOM
SPECIFICATIONS
ZAXIS210W-3 (Standard GAUGE, REAR BLADE)
ZAXIS210W-3 (Standard GAUGE, REAR OUTRIGGER)
ZAXIS210W-3 (Standard GAUGE, FRONT BLADE REAR OUTRIGGER)
ZAXIS210W-3 (Standard GAUGE, FRONT OUTRIGGER REAR BLADE)
ZAXIS210W-3 (Standard GAUGE, FRONT OUTRIGGER REAR OUTRIGGER)
WORKING RANGES ZAXIS210W-3 MONOBLOCK BOOM
SOUND LEVEL RESULTS (2000/14/EC)

OPTIONAL ATTACHMENTS AND DEVICES
Blade and Outrigger
Maintenance

INDEX

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