Atlas (OHSC (SS) Installation & Operation Manual


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CONTENTS
Product Features and Specifications ............................................. 1 Installation Requirement ............................................................ 3 Steps of Installation……………………………………………………………………………… 4 Exploded View ......................................................................... 14 Test Run.................................................................................. 16 Operation Instruction ............................................................... 19 Maintenance ........................................................................... 20 Trouble Shooting ..................................................................... 21 Parts List................................................................................ 22

I. PRODUCT FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS
CLEARFLOOR CHAIN-DRIVE MODEL FEATURES Model 9OHSC (See Fig. 1) · Dual hydraulic cylinders designed and made on ANSI standard, utilizing NOK oil seal for cylinder. · Self-lubricating UHMW Polyethylene sliders and bronze bush. · Single-point safety release and dual safety lock design. · Clear floor design, provide unobstructed floor space. · Overhead safety shutoff device.

MODEL 9OHSC SPECIFICATIONS

Model

Style

Lifting Lifting Capacity Time

Lifting Height

9OHSC

Clear-floor
Chain-assist cylinders

9,000 lbs

45 S

70 7/8”

Fig. 1

Lifting Height w/ Truck Adapters

Overall Height

Overall Width

Width Between Posts

Minimum Pad Height for stackable
adapters

Motor

81 3/8”

142”

132”

109 1/2”

3 1/2”

3.0

HP

1

Arm Swing View Column Dimensions
2

II. INSTALLATION REQUIREMENT
A. TOOLS REQUIRED
9 Rotary Hammer Drill (3/4”)

9 Carpenter’s Chalk

9 Hammer

9 Screw Driver Set

9 4ft Level

9 Tape Measure (25ft)

9 Crescent Wrench (12")

9 Pliers

9 Ratchet Spanner With Socket (30mm)

9 Socket Head Wrench (6#)

3 Wrench set
(10#, 13#, 14#, 15#, 17#, 19#, 24#, 27#)

3 Vise Grips

Fig. 3
3

B. CONCRETE SPECIFICATIONS (See Fig. 4) Specifications of concrete must be adhered to the specification as following.
Failure to do so may result in lift and or vehicle falling. 1. Concrete must have 4 inches minimum and must be totally cured before lift installation. 2. Concrete must be in good condition and must have a test strength 3,000psi minimum. 3. Floors must be level with no cracks or holes.
Concrete intensity must be 3000 psi minimum
4”
Fig. 4 C. POWER SUPPLY
220 volt single phase 30 amp breaker with minimum of 10 gauge wire
III. STEPS OF INSTALLATION
A. Installation Location Check and insure the installation location (concrete, layout, space size etc.) is suitable for lift installation.
B. Use a carpenter’s chalk line to establish installation layout (See Fig. 5).
132”
Fig. 5
4

C. Check the Parts before assembly 1ˊPackaged lift and Hydraulic Power Unit (See Fig. 6)

Fig. 6 2. Move the lift aside with a fork lift or hoist, and open the outer packing carefully
(See Fig. 7)

Shipment Part list

Serial No.

Top Beam
Fig. 7

Parts Box

3. Remove the parts from inside the column and remove the parts box, and check the parts according to the shipment parts list. (See Fig. 8)

Fig. 8
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4. Loosen the bolts on the upper package stand and remove the upper column. (See Fig. 9)
Fig. 9 5ˊOpen the box of parts and check the parts according to parts box list.
(See Fig. 10)
Fig. 10 6. Check the parts in the parts bag according to parts bag list. (See Fig.11)
Fig. 11
6

D. Position columns
1. Snap a chalk line so the columns will be exactly parallel from each other.
2. Position the columns upright on the installation layout. Position the offside column parallel to the power side column at the approximate overall width (132”). Install the overhead cross beam. Do not drill holes for anchor bolts until overhead cross beam is installed (See Fig. 12)
3. Position the columns making sure the base plates align with the chalk line. Install the rubber door protectors (See Fig. 13)

Fig. 12

Use M10 x 35 Hex Bolts, Nylock Nuts & Washers to install overhead beam
Rubber Door Protectors
Fig. 13

E. Drill and install anchor bolts 1. Position the columns so their positions are square with the chalk line. 2. Prepare the Anchor Bolts. (See Fig. 14)

Fig. 14
7

3. Use a hammer drill (3/4” bit), drill all the anchor holes and install the anchor bolts. Check the posts for plumb with level bar, and adjust with the horseshoe shims if the columns are not plumb. Tighten the anchor bolts between 60 and 86 foot pounds. (See Fig. 15).
Drill the anchor holes to the length of the anchor bolts

Fig. 15

Drilling

Bolting

Tighten

F. Install Safety Lock Device and Safety Cable (See Fig. 16) Install the safety cable from the off side safety assembly to the power side safety assembly and through the top beam. Do not tighten the safety cable at this time

View A View B

Connecting direction of Safety Cable
Fig. 16
8

G. Install Cables (See Fig. 17) Manually lift each carriage until they rest on the first set of safety locks.
Fig. 17
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