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How to drain oil in cylinders – Heavy Duty Horizontal Bagging Baler

Hydraulic Oil should be changed after the first 6 months of operation (or after 1500hours of operation), and thereafter changed once a year (or after 3000 hours of operation). The following steps teaches you to drain oil in cylinders away to ensure you can replace with new oil completely.

Drain oil in main cylinder

For Main Cylinder:

Hose 1 (bigger) – Oil inlet (Ram forward)

Hose 2 (smaller) – Oil outlet (Ram backward)

 

Instructions:

1. Dismantle both hose 1 & 2 at valve block.

2. Place “hose 2” into the used oil receiving container, then connect “hose 1” to your compressed air system.

3. The compressed air system will push piston to move forward and oil will be released through hose 2.

4. Once oil is drained, connect your compressed air system to “hose 2” to reset piston back to original position.

 

Drain oil in ejecting cyclinder

For Ejecting Cylinder:

Hose 1 – Oil inlet. (Ejector forward)

Hose 2 – Oil outlet. (Ejector backward)

 

1.Dismantle the hose joints for both hose 1 & 2.

2.Dismantle the “Trigger Ring”.

3.Place “hose 2” into the used oil receiving container, then connect “hose 1” to your compressed air system. The compressed air system will push piston to move forward and oil will be released through hose 2.

4.Once oil is drained, connect your compressed air system to “hose 2” to reset piston back to original position.

5.Assemble the “Trigger Ring” back to original position.