LOADRAMPADJ-Q Loading Ramp, Adjustable - Quarterly

                                                     Man Hours 1.5
Special Instructions:

1.  Review manufacturer's instructions.
2.  Disconnect, lock and tag switch out.

Items to Check & Initial Completion:

1.___ Inspect structural features, framework, support members, anchor bolts, pit,
      platform, etc.  Examine condition of bumper.  Does it protect ramp
2.___ Remove dirt and trash from pit and determine if pit drain is open.
3.___ Inspect motor, controls, starter, push buttons, solenoids, etc.  Clean,
      adjust and lubricate as necessary.  Be sure disconnect switch can be

4. Hydraulic Units.
    a.___ Inspect coupling, pump, control valves, piping, relief valve reservoir,
          fill pipe, cap, vents, etc.  Clean, adjust, and lubricate as needed.
    b.___ Inspect cylinder, ram, packing glands, etc.  Add or renew packing as
    c.___ Change oil as required.  Review the Material Data Safety Sheets (MSDS)
          for disposal of used oil.  If appropriate, recycle oil at an authorized
5. For Electro-Mechanical Units.
    a.___ Clean and inspect coupling, reduction gear, sprockets and chain, gear
          trains, screw and lever, and/or other mechanical features.  Look for
          misalignment, loose bolts, evidence of binding or wear, excessive
          clearance, etc., tighten as necessary.
    b.___ Examine lubrication devices.  Service if required.
    c.___ Test operation of ramp in all directions using a load if possible.
          Note if ramp holds and does not creep when load is applied or removed.
          Adjust if necessary.
    d.___ Check manual operation, power disengagement, etc.
    e.___ Lubricate as required.
    f.___ Clean up work area.

Tools & Materials:

1.  Standard Tool Kit
    Plus Pipe wrenches to 24"
         Tubing cutters
         Flaring tool
         Small acetylene outfit
         Packing tool kit and packing
         3/4" socket set
         Crescent wrenches to 14"
2.  Hydraulic fluid
3.  Lubricants.  Consult the MSDS for hazardous ingredients and proper personal
    protective equipment (PPE).
4.  Cleaning materials.  Consult the MSDS for hazardous ingredients and proper

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