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CONTENTS
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1 FOREWORD 21
1.1 ABOUT THE HANDBOOK 21
2 DRILL DESCRIPTION 22
3 DATA PLATE 23
4 DESIGNED PURPOSE 24
4.1 NOT RECOMMENDED CONDITIONS OF USE 24
5 GENERAL SAFETY RULES 24
6 HANDLING THE DRILL 25
7 SETTING UP THE EQUIPMENT FOR COUPLING 26
7.1 INSTALLING THE DRILL ON SKID STEER LOADERS 26
7.1.1 DISCONNECTING 27
7.1.2 DIRECTIONS FOR TRAVELLING WITH THE DRILL INSTALLED ON SKID STEER LOADERS 28
7.2 INSTALLING THE DRILL ON EXCAVATORS 29
7.2.1 DISCONNECTING THE DRILL FROM THE EXCAVATOR 29
7.2.2 DIRECTIONS FOR TRAVELLING WITH THE DRILL INSTALLED ON EXCAVATORS 30
8 USING THE DRILL 31
8.1 USING THE DRILL INSTALLED ON THE SKID STEER LOADERS 31
8.2 USING THE DRILL INSTALLED ON AN EXCAVATOR 32
9 INSTALLING THE TWIST DRILL 33
10 MAINTENANCE 34
10.1 REDUCTION GEAR OIL CHANGE 34
11 TECHNICAL DATA 36
12 SPARE PARTS 37
/ WARRANTY 38

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1 FOREWORD
1.1 ABOUT THE HANDBOOK
This handbook is a guide to the recommended and safe installation, use and maintenance of the equipment.
Compliance with the directions and standards in force will guarantee the operators safety as well as a longer
machine life.
Compliance with the accident-prevention directions will help avoid the most common causes of accidents which
may occur while using the equipment. Read thoroughly both this handbook and the handbook of the working
machine to which the equipment is to be connected. Give special attention to any warnings concerning safety.
Compliance with the information contained in this handbook is not enough to guarantee safe machine operation.
Apply any local or national safety directions and standards in force.

The following symbols are used in warnings:

DANGER
It indicates a lethal risk or the risk of severe injuries for the operator.

CAUTION
It indicates a risk for the machine working order, and consequently, a risk for the operator too.

IMPORTANT
This handbook should be kept inside the working machine
to be easily consulted if necessary.

Read and fully understand the information contained in this handbook before using the machine. Should you
have any doubts, or should this handbook information be conflicting with that contained in the handbook of the
working machine to which the equipment is to be connected, apply to the manufacturer before taking any action.

The manufacturer reserves the right to modify the equipment at any time without any previous notice.

The manufacturer shall not undertake any liability for damages caused by failure to comply with the directions
contained herein or by failure to comply with the regulations or standards in force in each individual Country.

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2 DRILL DESCRIPTION
The drill is designed and manufactured by G.F. di Gordini F. & Figlio with all the safety devices required by the
national law and European standards. It has therefore been granted the CE hallmark. The drill is available in three
models with different sizes and performances. The models are:

- TR100
- TR180
- TR300

The above-listed equipment has been designed for installation on earth-moving machines provided with
auxiliary hydraulic systems with double controls. The drill can be installed both on the front booms of earth-
moving machines and on excavators through the special connections. The drill main parts are:

1- Support plate (in the version designed for front connection to skid steer loaders)
2- Hydraulic pipes
3- Articulated support (optional part for the excavator version)
4- Head
5- Twist drill
6- Cutting edge
7- Centre drill
8- (Optional) extension for twist drill

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The support plate is a device allowing installation on the front booms of the most common models of skid steer
loaders.
The hydraulic pipes are supplied along with the machine and should be connected to the auxiliary system of the
earth-moving machine through the special connections.
The articulated support is the part allowing the drill to reach a vertical working position, notwithstanding the
ground slope. The articulated support is used to connect the support plate to the drill head. This is an optional
device in the version for excavators.
The drill head contains the gearmotor, which consists of a hydraulic engine coupled to an epicyclic reduction gear.
The reduction gear has a hexagonal section output shaft on which the twist drill is mounted.
The twist drill has a bushing at its upper end for coupling to the hexagonal hole allowing fastening to the gearmotor
output shaft; at the lower end, there are cutting edges bolted to the helicoid and a hardened steel centre drill. Both
the cutting edges and the centre drill can be disassembled and replaced. The twist drills are available in different
diameters and lengths according to the operators requirements.
The extension is a shaft with hexagonal section male and female couplings at its ends. It is used for deeper drilling
operations. This extension can only be installed on earth-moving machines with suitable characteristics for the
equipment size.

3 DATA PLATE
The equipment data plate contains all the necessary information to quote to the manufacturer for: spare parts,
advice etc. concerning your machine. The data plate indicates the following information:

a) Drill model
b) Weight (kg)
c) Year of construction
d) Max pressure (bars)
e) Serial number

CAUTION
It is forbidden to alter or delete the information contained in the data plate. Should the data plate be
damaged, it must be replaced with a new one to be ordered from the manufacturer.

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4 DESIGNED PURPOSE
The drill has been designed to make holes in non rocky grounds.

4.1 NOT RECOMMENDED CONDITIONS OF USE


The following working conditions are forbidden:

- Using the machine in areas at risk of fire, in corrosive atmospheres, or in any environments where substances
are found which are likely to damage human health.
- Installing, using or servicing the machine by applying any procedures different from those described herein.
- Installing the drill on earth-moving machines without a type-approved drivers cab or Roll-bar.
- Failure to comply with the recommended maintenance schedule.
- Failure to observe the standards or regulations in force concerning accident prevention at work.
- Tampering with the equipment to alter its characteristics without the manufacturers authorisation.
- Installing the equipment on an earth-moving machine with unsuitable characteristics for drill use.
- Using the equipment outside the recommended range of temperatures (i.e. -20C to +40C).
- Install spare parts different from the original spare parts.
- Use the equipment without having read and fully understood this handbook and that of the earth-moving
machine to which the equipment has to be hitched.
- Travelling on public roads.
- Travelling without having secured the equipment as recommended for each special application.

Equipment misuse shall imply the:


- cancellation of any warranty provided by the manufacturer
- cancellation of any manufacturers liability for damages to persons, animals or property

5 GENERAL SAFETY RULES


- The equipment should exclusively be used by skilled operators, with a perfect knowledge of the use and
maintenance regulations concerning the earth-moving machine and its attachments.
- Strictly comply with the directions contained in this handbook.
- Do not bypass or tamper with the safety devices of the earth-moving machine or its attachments.
- Before travelling, make sure that all the equipment moving parts are removable as requested for each special
application.
- Do not allow unauthorised persons to service the machine.
- Always wear the recommended safety clothes and devices according to the type of work to carry out.
- Always keep the equipment clean and free from any foreign objects.
- Do not use alcohol or drugs which might affect your alertness.
- Daily check the state of repair of the data plates posted to the machine. Replace any damaged plates.
- Do not modify or alter the technical characteristics of the equipment or components without the manufacturers
written authorisation.
- Do not use the earth-moving machine or the equipment if operation troubles, structural breaks or part breaks
are observed.
- Before using the equipment, make sure that it has received regular servicing and that any faults have been
corrected.
- Never leave your work station without having lowered the equipment firmly to the ground and turned the
machine engine off.
- Never use the machine if your physical or mental condition is not good.
- Always keep at a safe distance from any moving parts.

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6 HANDLING THE DRILL


To handle the drill, only use specially sized suitable handling appliances which can safely support the weight of
the drill and of its parts. The drill and drill parts specifications are indicated in the specifications table. To lift the
equipment, lock all its moving parts with the special stops and use cables to prevent movements.

DANGER
It is forbidden to lift the equipment without having firmly
secured all its moving parts

To lift the equipment, it might be necessary to remove the twist drill according to the procedure described in the
chapter Installing the twist drill and then handle the two parts separately.
Use suitable cables or slings for the purpose, by arranging them as shown in the picture.

DANGER
When released from the drill, the twist drill should always be secured and prevented from moving, by using
suitable wooden blocks or wedges to prevent it rolling.

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7 SETTING UP THE EQUIPMENT FOR COUPLING
The first installation should be performed by a skilled engineer (authorised by the earth-moving machine
manufacturer if required), fully aware of the earth-moving machine technical specifications and systems and of
the equipment specifications, and with a perfect knowledge of the regulations and standards in force on this
subject.
The equipment should be installed and connected to earth-moving machines having an auxiliary hydraulic
system with suitable characteristics for connection to the equipment; the fitters task is to check good hitching of
the equipment to the earth-moving machine, by also contacting the earth-moving machine manufacturer for any
required authorisation.
Before installing the equipment, its characteristics should be verified by checking the Specifications chapter. If
the earth-moving machine in your hands does not have the required characteristics, the manufacturer should
be contacted.
The fitters task is also to carry out and check the suitable connection between the equipment and the vehicle on
which it is installed, after reading this handbook and the earth-moving machine handbook. The vehicle must have
all the necessary actuators to control the drill clockwise and counter-clockwise rotation.

CAUTION
Should you have any doubts or should the directions contained in this handbook be in contrast with the
earth-moving machine directions, ask the manufacturer before taking any action involving the equipment.

7.1 INSTALLING THE DRILL ON SKID STEER LOADERS


Earth-moving machines may have different types of attachment links. Check the machine handbook in your
hands for more information concerning the installation procedure. This chapter only provides general
information concerning installation. For more detailed information, refer to the earth-moving machine Users
handbook.
Normally, the equipment must be prepared for connection in the following way:

- The drill should be rested on the ground on a flat surface, positioned in such a way that the support plate is in a
suitable position for connection to the earth-moving machine tool plate.
- Move the earth-moving machine closer to the support plate slowly, until the connections are aligned.
- Carefully execute hitching and fastening of the equipment according to the instructions provided by your earth-
moving machine manufacturer.
- After securing the equipment, slightly lift the machine front booms off the ground and tilt the tool plate inwards
to an angle of approximately 10-15, to prevent drill swinging when this is raised at a height above ground (see
the figure on page 7).
- Slowly lift the machine front booms until the drill lower end is brought to a height of at least 30 cm above the
ground.

DANGER
When the equipment is raised above ground level, the tool plate should always be folded back to its closed
position (if possible, to an angle of approx. 10-15), to prevent dangerous swinging of the twist drill.

- Connect the drill hydraulic system quick locks to the special connections in the machine auxiliary system.

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7.1.1 Disconnecting
Proceed as follows to detach the drill:
- Position the machine on flat ground
- Remove the swing preventing pin
- Lower the booms slowly until the drill is rested on the ground
- Move the machine back very slowly and simultaneously lower the machine front booms until the support plate
is rested on the ground
- Disconnect the drill hydraulic system quick locks from the special connections in the machine auxiliary system
- Make sure that the support plate is stable and release it from the tool plate according to the directions given for
your earth-moving machine.

DANGER
When the support plate is released it tends to set.
Keep at a safe distance.

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7.1.2 Directions for travelling with the drill installed on skid steer loaders
A drill equipment can be very dangerous, especially when travelling. We therefore recommend to carry out
installation in the closest proximity to the work setting, and to remove the equipment from the earth-moving
machine after work. When travelling with a drill installed on skid steer loaders, the twist drill lower end must be at
least 30 cm above ground level, with the tool plate folded back (whenever possible) to its closed position (i.e. to
an angle of approximately 10-15) and with the swing preventing pin (1) inserted. Drive slowly and with the
greatest precaution, avoid any obstacles or bumpy grounds not to affect machine stability. Avoid swerving and
any other sudden movements. Always make sure that people at ground level keep at a distance of at least 5
meters from the machine.

CAUTION
Road travelling with the earth-moving machine equipped with a drill is strictly forbidden

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7.2 INSTALLING THE DRILL ON EXCAVATORS


Drill installation should be carried out by two workers: one in charge of controlling the earth-moving machine and
the other one in charge of fastening the equipment with the special pins from ground level. For installation on the
boom of an excavator, the equipment should normally be prepared as follows:

- The drill should be rested on the ground on a flat surface in such a way as to facilitate drill connection to the
excavator boom.
- Move the excavator boom closer to the drill until it is in front of the connection.
- Direct the excavator boom into the two drill connection supports.
- Align the connection holes using a suitable tool.
- Insert the boom pin and secure it with the specially supplied safety locks.
- Connect the drill hydraulic system quick locks to the corresponding connections in the machine auxiliary
system.
- Slowly lift the equipment until the twist drill lower end is at a height of at least 30 cm above ground level.

DANGER
Always proceed with slow, regular movements when lifting.

7.2.1 Disconnecting the drill from the excavator


To release the drill proceed as follows:

- Position the machine on flat ground.


- Slowly lower the excavator booms until resting the drill on the ground.
- Cause the machine to move back very slowly and simultaneously lower the excavator boom until resting the
drill on the ground. If it is not possible to move back and control the boom at the same time, the excavator should
be stabilised and the main boom should be extended as much as possible. At the same time, slowly place the
equipment on the ground and fold the second boom back.
- Disconnect the drill hydraulic system quick locks from the machine auxiliary system connections.
- Remove the boom pin and move the machine away from the drill.

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7.2.2 Directions for travelling with the drill installed on excavators
A drill equipment can be very dangerous, especially when travelling. We therefore recommend to carry out
installation in the closest proximity to the work setting, and to remove the equipment from the earth-moving
machine after work. When travelling with a drill installed on an excavator boom, the drill lower end must be at least
30 cm above ground level.
Drive slowly and with the greatest precaution, avoid any obstacles or bumpy grounds not to affect machine
stability. Avoid swerving and any other sudden movements with the booms.

DANGER
The equipment should always be kept vertically.
Do not use the side rod control to adjust drill positioning.
Always make sure that people at ground level keep at a distance of at least 5 meters from the machine.

CAUTION
Road travelling with the earth-moving machine equipped with a drill
is strictly forbidden

8 USING THE DRILL


Check working zone characteristics beforehand. To drilling holes in terrain with crumble rock or asphalt, use drill
(optional) equipped with widia toothing.
Optimum working conditions are obtained when the ground is neither too dry nor too wet, especially where it is of
a clay-like composition.
Always check whether there is any underground piping or wiring by consulting the relevant plans.

8.1 USING THE DRILL INSTALLED ON THE SKID STEER LOADERS


When the drill is installed on the front booms of the earth-moving machine and the latter needs to be driven to the
work area, the tool plate must be installed as described in Chapter 7.1.2 Directions for travelling with the drill
installed on skid steer loaders so as to prevent swinging. Once the drilling point is reached proceed as follows:

- Tilt the tool plate so that the drill settles into a vertical position
- Position the centre drill over the desired drill point.
- If the vehicle is fitted with stabilisers set them in place.
- Start clockwise rotation of the twist drill.
- Lower the booms slowly to start boring.

DANGER
During penetration the operator must move the booms in a way that ensures maintenance of vehicle
stability.

- As drilling proceeds, it is advisable to raise the drill every now and then to aid disposal of the earth being removed
by the drill.

CAUTION
Should the drill jam during penetration, do not force it. Invert drill rotation for a moment, raising the machine
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continued at another point.

- Once the desired depth has been reached raise the drill so that it is completely removed from the just completed
hole.
- Arrange the tool plate in the road transport position and move away from the hole.

DANGER
If the holes in the ground are not to be filled in straight away, their presence must be clearly marked with
warning signs and/or barriers.

8.2 USING THE DRILL INSTALLED ON AN EXCAVATOR


When the drill is installed on an excavator and the latter needs to be driven to the work area, the couplings must
be locked in place as described in Chapter 7.2.2 Directions for travelling with the drill installed on excavators so
as to prevent swinging. Once the drilling point is reached proceed as follows:

- Position the centre drill at the desired boring point.


DANGER
The excavator boom must always be positioned in a way that ensures maximum stability.

- Set the excavator firmly in place by locking the stabilisers into position. Should the drill you are using not be
equipped with a transverse coupling, correct drill angle by adjusting extension of the stabilisers (where present).
- Start clockwise rotation of the twist drill.
- Lower the booms slowly to start in-ground drill penetration; make sure that the drill is always aligned properly
with the hole.
DANGER
During penetration the operator must move the booms in a way that ensures maintenance of vehicle
stability.

- As drilling proceeds, it is advisable to raise the drill every now and then to aid disposal of the earth being removed
by the drill.
CAUTION
Should the drill jam during penetration, do not force it. Invert drill rotation for a moment, raising the machine
booms. Should the drill still tend to jam it may have encountered rock. In this case drilling should be
continued at another point.

- Once the desired depth has been reached raise the drill so that it is completely removed from the just completed
hole.
DANGER
If the holes in the ground are not to be filled in straight away, their presence must be clearly marked with
warning signs and/or barriers.

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9 INSTALLING THE TWIST DRILL
Drill installation should be carried out on flat ground in the following way:

- Position the drill using suitable tools for lifting it.


- Place the equipment on the ground in a perfectly stable position, by aligning the output shaft and the twist drill
connection bushing and their corresponding holes. Interpose a wooden shim if necessary, to make up for any
gap.
- Insert the drill bushing into the shaft, using suitable handling tools.
- Tighten the connection with a lock nut.

To install the extension, fix it to the drill first, then connect it to the equipment output shaft.
Disassemble the drill by reversing the order of the above operations.

DANGER
When released from the equipment, the twist drill should always be secured and prevented from moving, by
using suitable wooden blocks or wedges to prevent it rolling.

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10 MAINTENANCE
The only maintenance required by the drill equipment is greasing the
articulation pins with a standard grease pump (see the figure) and changing the
reduction gear oil as described in the next chapter. Every time, before and after
use, check if there are any signs of break or excessive wear on the drill structural
parts and components, carry out any required.
We suggest the using of original spare parts.

10.1 TEETH REPLACEMENT


Replace teeth too much wear, broken or missing.
Invert eventually the position of teeth wear asymmetrically.
Have a checking sight and verify that widia teeth are free to rotate in their seats.

CAUTION
Using the drill with damaged teeth can compromise the integrity.

10.1.1. Widia teeth replacement


To replace the edges, use the supplying extractor and a hammer:

- Insert the extractor in the tooth seat


- hit the tool with the rubber hammer, as indicated in the picture below
- Clean and oil the seat
- Insert the new tooth hitting it with the hammer.

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10.2 REDUCTION GEAR OIL CHANGE

Oil should be changed after the first 150 work hours and later on, after 2000 work hours. Oil should however be
replaced at least once every year.
Change oil at the end of the days work, when the reduction gear has reached its working temperature; rest the
equipment on the ground after having removed the swing preventing pins then proceed as follows:
- you may want to release the head from the support plate by removing the articulation pin; handle the head with
suitable lifting appliances;
- disassemble the twist drill according to the instructions provided in chapter 9;
- place the head in a stable position to facilitate oil outflow;
- remove the cover (1) to obtain access to the reduction gear drain plug (2);
- remove the drain plug (2) and the filler plug (3). Let oil flow out into a suitable container;
- wash the reduction gear inside with suitable liquid detergents;
- screw the drain plug back down;
- position the head vertically and pour oil in through the inlet until it overflows;
- screw the filler plug back down and replace the cover (1).
CAUTION
Use oil types recommended by the manufacturer (check the table opposite).
Do not mix mineral oils with synthetic oils

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TABLE FOR EPICYCLOID REDUCER OILS


AMBIENT -20C/ +25C +5C/+40C 30C/ +65C +40C/65C
TEMPERATURE

ISO VG 100 150 220 320


VISCOSITY
E/50 C 7,3 10,8/12,5 15/18 22/26

AGIP BLASIA 77 BLASIA 107 BLASIA 187 BLASIA 237

BP-NACH ENERGOL GR-XP100 ENERGOL GR-XPISO ENERGOL GR-XP220 ENERGOL GR-XP320

CA S TROL / AIPHA SP 150 AIPHA SP 220 AIPHA SP 320

CHEVRON NL GEAR COMPOUND 100 NL GEAR COMPOUND 100 NL GEAR COMPOUND 220 NL GEAR COMPOUND 320

ESSO SPARTAN P 100 SPARTAN P 150 SPARTAN P 220 SPARTAN P 320

FlNA GIRAN 100 GIRAN 150 GIRAN 220 GIRAN 320

IP MELLANA 100 MELLANA 150 MELLANA 220 MELLANA 320

MOBIL / GF 639 GF 630 GF 632

SHEL / OMAIA EP 150 OMAIA EP 220 OMAIA EP 320

TOTAL CARTER EP100 CARTER EP100 CARTER EP100 CARTER EP100

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11 TECHNICAL DATA

TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
MODEL WEIGHT OIL FLOW-RATE OPTIMUM FLOW-RATE SPEED MAX. PRESSURE MAX TORQUE
kg lt/min lt/min rpm bar daNm

TR100 53 15 -35 25 60 225 100

TR180 85 25 -60 45 60 225 180

TR300 115 60 -100 90 60 300 330

MAIN DIMENSIONS
MODEL A (mm) B (mm) C (mm) D (mm) E (mm)

TR100 1000 -1200 95 485 236 L+250

TR180 1000 -1200 95 567 276 L+250

TR300 1000 -1200 95 670 280 L+250

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TWIST DRILL DIMENSIONS AND SIZES


TWIST DRILL 150 200 250 300 350 400* 500* 600*

L 1000mm 38kg 46kg 52kg 60kg 69kg 78kg 88kg 99kg

L 1200mm 42kg 50kg 57kg 66kg 46kg 86kg 97kg 108kg

L 1500mm 52kg 62kg 71kg 82kg 95kg 107kg 120kg 135kg

*Only available in models TR 180 and TR 300.


The twist drill extension is only available in two lengths: 500 mm and 1000 mm.

12 SPARE PARTS
The following details should be quoted when ordering spare parts:

- Machine model (indicated in the data plate)


- Serial number (indicated in the data plate)
- Part code number (COD in the packing list)
- Letter code if indicated (SIGLA/SIGLE in the packing list)
- Amount ordered
- Type of shipping required

The following should also be specified in the purchase order:

- The post office, town, region and country where the parts have to be delivered.
- All purchase orders must be confirmed in writing after telephone requests.

The manufacturer shall not undertake any liability for the delivery of any goods damaged during transport or
through the fault of third parties. The manufacturer reserves the right to modify the equipment at any time without
any previous notice and without having to upgrade any already delivered equipment.

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WARRANTY

The machines and equipment sold by G.F. di Gordini & Figlio S.n.c. are covered by a six months warranty
starting from the delivery date. By delivery date we mean the date of the fiscal document delivered to the customer
together with the machine. The warranty shall only be considered valid if the warranty certificate supplied with
the machine has been returned. The warranty certificate must be completed with the required details and
returned to the manufacturer not later than ten days after the machine delivery date. The warranty shall only imply
the obligation by the manufacturer to repair or replace free of charge those parts or components which should be
found faulty, according to the unquestionable judgement of the manufacturers engineers, due to poor quality of
the materials or workmanship defects. The parts to be replaced under the warranty, or the equipment as a whole,
as the case may be, shall have to be sent back free of charge to the manufacturers plant for the necessary
inspection. The faulty parts shall be returned with the machine or equipment identification details indicated in the
special data plates posted to the machine or equipment. The warranty shall not be valid in the following cases:

- Use of commercially available and approved parts, not manufactured by G.F. The warranty given by
manufacturers of those parts shall then be valid.
- Faults or troubles caused by normal part wear;
- Faults caused by carelessness, bad use or misuse of the machine or by accident;
- Faults caused by any parts or components which have been submitted to unauthorised tampering or
modification; by repairs carried out according to unauthorised procedures; by the use of parts or spare parts
not approved by the manufacturer;
- Faults caused by failure to comply with the recommended machine or equipment maintenance schedule.

Any costs connected with transport, and any on-site inspection carried out by us shall be charged to the
purchaser. The manufacturer shall not be liable for direct, indirect, unexpected or consequential damages,
economic loss or other commercial costs or expenses resulting from any damage under the warranty.

G.F. di Gordini F. & Figlio s.n.c.


Via C del Vento, 35 - 48012 Bagnacavallo (RA) - italy
TEL.: +39-0545-62712
Fax: +39-0545-62140
E-mail: gfgordini@gfgordini.com
Sito web: WWW.gfgordini.com
Costruzione Accessori Macchine Operatrici

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TRIVELLA / AUGER
Po. Cod. Mod. Denominazione Denomination Denomination Note Q.ty
1 015 001 SPINA A SCATTO STOP-SPRING FIXER A RESSORT 4(8)
TR 100
2 100 01 006 TR 180 PERNO PIN PIVOT 1
2 300 01 006 PERNO PIN PIVOT 1
TR 100
3 100 01 010 TR 180 SNODO JOINT ROTULE 1
3 300 01 010 TR 300 SNODO JOINT ROTULE 1
TR 100
4 100 01 100 TR 180 TELAIO FRAME CHASSIS 1
4 300 01 100 TR 300 TELAIO FRAME CHASSIS 1
5 002 010 VITE T.E. H.H. SCREW VIS T.H. M 8x20 4
6 100 01 001 TR 100 CHIUSURA FASTENER FERMETURE 1
6 180 06 001 TR 180 CHIUSURA FASTENER FERMETURE 1
6 300 01 001 TR 300 CHIUSURA FASTENER FERMETURE 1
7 100 01 100 TR 100 MOTORE IDRAULICO HYDRAULIC MOTOR MOTEUR HYDRAULIQUE 1
7 180 06 100 TR 180 MOTORE IDRAULICO HYDRAULIC MOTOR MOTEUR HYDRAULIQUE 1
7 300 06 100 TR 300 MOTORE IDRAULICO HYDRAULIC MOTOR MOTEUR HYDRAULIQUE 1
8 002 064 VITE T.E. H.H. SCREW VIS T.H. M 12x35 2
9 100 01 200 TR 100 RIDUTTORE GEARBOX REDUCTEUR 1
9 180 06 200 TR 180 RIDUTTORE GEARBOX REDUCTEUR 1
9 300 01 200 TR 300 RIDUTTORE GEARBOX REDUCTEUR 1
10 100 01 306 TR 100 PERNO PIN PIVOT 1
10 180 01 306 TR 180 PERNO PIN PIVOT 1
10 300 01 308 TR 300 PERNO PIN PIVOT 1
11 100 01 300 TR 100 SUPPORTO SUPPORT SUPPORT 1
11 180 01 300 TR 180 SUPPORTO SUPPORT SUPPORT 1
11 300 01 300 TR 300 SUPPORTO SUPPORT SUPPORT 1
*12 100 01 401 TR 100 PERNO PIN PIVOT 1
*12 180 01 401 TR 180 PERNO PIN PIVOT 1
*12 300 01 401 TR 300 PERNO PIN PIVOT 1
13 100 01 500 TR 100 SNODO JOINT ROTULE 1
13 180 01 400 TR 180 SNODO JOINT ROTULE 1
13 300 01 400 TR 300 SNODO JOINT ROTULE 1
TR 100
14 002 047 TR 180 VITE SCREW VIS M 10x30 8
14 002 065 TR 300 VITE SCREW VIS M 12x40 10
15 * PROLUNGA EXTENSION RALLONGE 1
16 002 060 BULLONE BOLT BOULON M18x120 1
17 002 061 BULLONE BOLT BOULON M 12x90 1
18 009 008 SPINA SPRING RESSORT 16x70 1
19 * PUNTA ELICOIDALE HELICOIDAL DRILL POINTE HELICOIDALE 1
20 100 01 400 PUNTA DRILL POINTE 1
21 002 062 BULLONE BOLT BOULON M 12x35 *

* Variabile in funzione della dimensione. Consultare il catalogo generale


* Variable as a function of dimension. Consult the general catalogue
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TRIVELLA AUGER
REV.3\5-4-2002

5
1 6

4 2
7
40
8

9
3 1
41
40

10

1 12 13

11

14
15

16

22
24

23
21
19

25 20

17

18

33
34
39

32 38
31
30
33
26 34
28
29 32
31
30 35
26 37
28
29
36 33
34
27

27

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TRIVELLA / AUGER
Po. Cod. Mod. Denominazione Denomination Denomination Note Q.ty
22 100 02 150 150 DENTE TOOTH DENT 2
22 100 02 200 200 DENTE TOOTH DENT 2
22 100 02 250 250 DENTE TOOTH DENT 2
300
22 100 01 005 350
DENTE TOOTH DENT 4
400
22 100 01 005 500
DENTE TOOTH DENT 6
22 100 01 005 600 DENTE TOOTH DENT 8
23 * PUNTA ELICOIDALE HELICODAL DRILL POINTE HELICOIDALE 1
24 100 02 400 PUNTA CON PICCHI POINT WITH EDGES POINTE AVEC PICS 1
25 100 03 100 PICCO BTR 01 EDGE BTR 01 PIC BTR 01 *
26 018 001 ATTACCO RAPIDO FEM. RAPID GROOVE CONN. CONNEXION RAPIDE F. 1
27 018 002 ATTACCO RAPIDO MAS. RAPID TONGUE CONN. CONNEXION RAPIDE M. 1
28 017 001 RONDELLA WASHER RONDELLE 2
*29 100 01 004 TR 100 TUBO IDRAULICO PIPE YUYAU HYDRAULIQUE 2
*29 180 06 004 TR 180 TUBO IDRAULICO PIPE YUYAU HYDRAULIQUE 2
*29 300 06 004 TR 300 TUBO IDRAULICO PIPE YUYAU HYDRAULIQUE 2
30 100 01 003 TR 100 RACCORDO CONNECTION CONNEXTION 2
30 180 06 003 TR 180 RACCORDO CONNECTION CONNEXTION 2
30 300 01 004 TR 300 RACCORDO CONNECTION CONNEXTION 2
31 016 001 NIPPLES NIPPLEX NIPPLEX 2
32 017 001 RONDELLA WASHER RONDELLE 2
33 017 001 RONDELLA WASHER RONDELLE 4
34 016 001 NIPPLES NIPPLEX NIPPLEX 4
35 100 01 009 TR 100 TUBO IDRAULICO PIPE YUYAU HYDRAULIQUE 1
35 180 06 005 TR 180 TUBO IDRAULICO PIPE YUYAU HYDRAULIQUE 1
35 300 01 005 TR 300 TUBO IDRAULICO PIPE YUYAU HYDRAULIQUE 1
36 100 01 010 TR 100 TUBO IDRAULICO PIPE YUYAU HYDRAULIQUE 1
36 180 06 006 TR 180 TUBO IDRAULICO PIPE YUYAU HYDRAULIQUE 1
36 300 01 006 TR 300 TUBO IDRAULICO PIPE YUYAU HYDRAULIQUE 1
37 100 01 011 TR 100 BASE x ELETTROVALVOLA ELETTRIC-VALVE BASE BASE x VALVE ELETTRIQUE 1
37 180 06 007 TR 180 BASE x ELETTROVALVOLA ELETTRIC-VALVE BASE BASE x VALVE ELETTRIQUE 1
37 300 01 007 TR 300 BASE x ELETTROVALVOLA ELETTRIC-VALVE BASE BASE x VALVE ELETTRIQUE 1
38 100 01 012 TR 100 ELETTROVALVOLA ELETTRIC-VALVE VALVE ELETTRIQUE 1
38 180 06 008 TR 180 ELETTROVALVOLA ELETTRIC-VALVE VALVE ELETTRIQUE 1
38 300 01 008 TR 300 ELETTROVALVOLA ELETTRIC-VALVE VALVE ELETTRIQUE 1
39 100 01 013 TR 100 BOBINA ELETTRICA COIL BOBINE ELECTRIQUE 1
39 180 06 009 TR 180 BOBINA ELETTRICA COIL BOBINE ELECTRIQUE 1
39 300 01 009 TR 300 BOBINA ELETTRICA COIL BOBINE ELECTRIQUE 1
40 005 001 INGRASSATORE FATTENING GRAISSEUR 3
41 210 05 009 TAMPONE IN GOMMA RUBBER STOPPER TAMPON EN CAOUTCHOU 1

* Variabile in funzione della dimensione. Consultare il catalogo generale


* Variable as a function of dimension. Consult the general catalogue

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