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ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTION AM-04.08.

021
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Compiled by: B. Dahlström/FIS Date: 17.3.1997 Issue: B-21.9.1999
Changed by: B. Dahlström/FIS © KONE Corporation No of Pages:6
Checked by: M. Rytömaa/ECC Drawing no: 710165,616260, 650824 Language: en
Approved by: P. Alasentie/ECC Product code:MX05, MX06, MX10 SW: FM5.0 Win

ADJUSTMENT OF BRAKE 710165, 616260 AND 650824


(FOR MACHINES MX05, MX06, MX06A, MX10 AND MX10A)

Summary

The machine is equipped with two direct acting


brakes of drum type.

The brakes operate independently and must


therefore be adjusted separately.

The brakes operates only after the machine has


stopped.

The brake torque is not adjustable.


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Safety measures
Always engage the car locking device before starting work on the brake.

Always keep the control door closed when not working there.

Contents list

This instruction include following tasks:


Tasks See page
Summary 1
Safety measures 1
1. Stroke length 2
2. Manual brake releasing device 5
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1. Stroke length

How to check and adjust the stroke


Step Action Illustration

OPENING THE BRAKE Centre nut


1.1 Open the brake fully by tightening the centre
nut in the bottom.

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CHECKING THE AIR GAP


0.05 mm
< 0.10 mm
Measure the air gap between the brake lining
and the drum by sliding a feeler gauge round
the air gap.

1.2 IF the air gap is THEN


0,05 mm but less Close the brake
than 0,10 mm (go to step 1.6)

0,10 mm or more Adjust air gap


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less than 0,05 mm

REMOVING LOCK PLATES


1.3 Remove the plates locking the adjustment
screws.

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1. Stroke length

How to check and adjust the stroke (continued)


Step Action Illustration

AIR GAP ADJUSTING SCREWS Adjusting screws


at the upper end
The air gap is to be adjusted from one end at a
time by alternately turning the two adjusting
screws.

The adjusting screws are very sensitive.


(1/4 turn corresponds to 0.25 mm change in the
Adjusting screws
air gap).
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Note! MX05 has only 3 adjusting screws. A

ADJUSTING THE AIR GAP


0,10 mm

Set the air gap at the upper end to 0.10 mm.

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0,05 mm
Set the air gap at the lower end to 0.05 mm.

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0,05 mm

Set the air gap at the upper end to 0.05 mm.

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1. Stroke length

How to check and adjust the stroke (continued)


Step Action Illustration

INSTALLING LOCK PLATES

Secure the adjustment screws in position with


the lock plates.
1.5
Note!
Do not alter the adjusting screw position,
place the lock plates to suit.

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A CLOSING THE BRAKE

Adjust the centre nut according to step 2.2. Centre nut


1.6
IMPORTANT!
After any adjustment always check and test
the brake release operation.

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2. Manual brake releasing device

How to adjust the brake releasing device


Step Action Illustration

Lever

POSITION OF BRAKE LEVERS


Set screw
2.1 Adjust the brake levers parallel to the brake
face using the set screw.

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ADJUSTMENT OF CENTRE NUT Test screw

Tighten the test screw. Centre nut

Adjust the centre nut so that the test screw


slightly touches the brake body while by hand
pressing the lever.
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Test screw
Screw out the test screw.
A
Ensure that the washer is not tight. It must Washer
be free to rotate.

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2. Manual brake releasing device

How to adjust the brake releasing device (continued)


Step Action Illustration

End nut
POSITION OF CABLE END NUT

Adjust the nut at the cable end so that the levers Bushing
at both sides lean against the set screws and the
2.3 bushings are sitting flush inside the levers). Set screw

Untighten the end nut 2...3 turns to slack the


cable tension a little.

Tighten the counter nut.


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CONTROL OF FUNCTION

Check the brake function (see illustration).

IMPORTANT! Push inwards to


Any further adjustments must be done from the release the handle
cable end nut, not from the centre nut!

2.4
Brake closed
Ensure that the handle returns to the “brake
closed” position by itself.
Brake starts open
If the handle does not return, check the brake
cable and the aluminium tube for sharp radii,
twists etc..
Brake open
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