Tractor mounted pto pump and oil cooler option, Fertilizer check valve cleaning and repair, Piston pump storage – Kinze 3600 Lift and Rotate Planter Rev. 7/14 User Manual
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Lubrication and Maintenance
PISTON PUMP STORAGE
Entrance of air into pump will cause rapid and severe
corrosion. KEEP AIR OUT Of PUMP!
NOTE: SUSPENSION FERTILIZER must be flushed from
pump for ANY storage period.
1. Flush pump with 5 to 10 gallons of fresh water and
circulate until all corrosive salts are dissolved in pump.
2. Set pump on 10. Draw in a mixture of half diesel fuel and
10 weight oil until discharge is clean. Plug inlet and outlet.
fERTILIzER CHECK VALVE CLEANING AND REPAIR
1. Unscrew valve body and separate halves. Note direction and location of parts.
2. Clean and inspect parts. Flush with clean water. Replace damaged parts.
3. Reassemble exactly as shown. O-ring and valve seat must be firmly in place inside each half of valve body.
Direction of flow
Liquid fertilizer piston pump
Drain reservoir, clean strainer and change filter annually.
1. Disconnect suction line (hose between reservoir and pump)
from reservoir and drain. To fully drain tank, raise
planter to field raised position.
2. Replace filter with good quality 10 micron filter.
3. Fill system with SAE 10W-20 multigrade wide temperature
range transmission hydraulic fluid. Reservoir capacity is
approximately 10 gallons.
4. Start system and run with tractor at idle and fan turned off
for 1-2 minutes. Switch fan to full speed and run with tractor
at idle for 1-2 minutes.
5. Check reservoir fluid level and fill as required. Hydraulic fluid level should be within 1"-2" from top of reservoir after
pump has run and hydraulic hoses have been primed to allow fluid to expand when heated.
6. Bring tractor to PTO speed and adjust flow control to the desired vacuum level using the flow control valve lever.
TRACTOR MOUNTED PTO PUMP AND OIL COOLER OPTION