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2.4 Basic preventive maintenance servicing (PMS) is carried out in accordance with manufacturer’s and/or site conditions/ requirements . 3. Prepare equipment reports 3.1 Preventive maintenance checklist form is properly accomplished in accordance with manufacturer’s/company requirements. 3.2 Minor/major equipment defects are reported to concerned personnel.
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TR HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION RANGE OF VARIABLES VARIABLE RANGE 1. Minor defects May include but not limited to: 1.1 Clogged air cleaner 1.2 Loose clamps, bolts and mountings 1.3 Presence of water in the fuel separator 1.4 Weak battery 1.5 Defective radiator cap On-highway dump truck (rigid) 1.6 Incorrect tire inflation 1.7 Loose belts 2. Major defects May include but not limited to: 2.1 Incorrect tire inflation / busted/flat tire 2.2 Excessive engine oil/fuel/water/fluid consumption 2.3 Poor working implement performance 2.4 Poor engine performance (e.g. lack of engine power, hard starting engine) 2.5 Weak/Defective brakes 2.6 Defective electrical components 2.6.1 Charging 2.6.2 Lighting 2.6.3 Starting 2.6.4 Monitoring/gauges 2.7 Leakage on Off-highway dump truck and Off-highway dump truck (rigid) 2.7.1 Air 2.7.2 Fuel 2.7.3 Cooling 2.7.4 Hydraulic On-highway dump truck (rigid) 2.7.5 Gas
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TR HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION 3. Appropriate personnel 3.1 Equipment maintenance supervisor 3.2 Maintenance personnel Off-highway dump truck (articulated) and On-highway dump truck (rigid) 3.3 Hauling operation supervisor Off-highway dump truck (rigid) 3.4 Chief mechanic
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TR HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION 4. Operator- Serviceable (OS) parts/standards May include but are not limited to: 4.1 OS Parts 4.1.1 Battery distilled water 4.1.2 Battery clamps/holders 4.1.3 Filters 4.1.3.1 Air cleaner 4.1.3.1 Water fuel separator 4.1.4 All caps (e.g. oil, water, fluid and fuel) Off-highway dump truck (rigid) and Off-highway dump truck (articulated) 4.2 OS Standards 4.2.1 Oil pressure 4.2.2 Air pressure 4.2.3 Temperature 4.2.4 Fuel 4.2.5 Charging rate 4.2.6 End/free play clearances (brake, accelerator pedal and control levers) 6. Fluids and Lubricants May include but are not limited to: 6.1 Engine oil 6.2 Hydraulic oil 6.3 Multi purpose grease 6.4 Coolant 6.5 Battery distilled water 6.6 Washer fluids Off-highway dump truck (articulated) and On-highway dump truck (rigid) 6.7 Cleaning solutions 6.6.1 Detergent soap 6.6.2 Degreaser On-highway dump truck (rigid) 6.8 Brake and fluid
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TR HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATION 7. Basic hand tools and equipment May include but are not limited to: 7.1 Hand tools 7.1.1 Wrenches (open and box) 7.1.2 Mechanical pliers 7.1.3 Screw driver (Philips and flat) 7.1.4 Paint brush 7.1.5 Hammer 7.1.6 Vice grip 7.1.7 Tire gauge (instrument) 7.1.8 Steel brush Off-highway dump truck (articulated) and On-highway dump truck (rigid) 7.1.9 Grease gun 7.1.10 Oiler On-highway dump truck (rigid) 7.1.11 Pry bar 7.2 Equipment 7.2.1 High pressure washer 7.2.2 Air compressor 7.2.3 Grease gun 7.2.4 Hydraulic jack 7.2.5 Lube pump 8. Basic preventive maintenance servicing (PMS) May include but not limited to: 8.1 Check/Tighten battery clamps/holders 8.2 Clean filters 8.2.1 Air cleaner 8.2.2 Fuel/Water separator 8.3 Check/Replace defective caps 8.4 Belt tension adjustment 8.5 Tire inflation pressure
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