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Know the maximum height and the maximum reach of your machine. Serious injury or death by electrocution can occur if the machine or the work tools are not kept a safe distance from electrical power lines. Keep a distance of at least 3000 mm (118 inch) plus an additional 10 mm (0.4 inch) for each 1000 volts over 50000 volts.
For safety, one of the following may require a greater distance:
Local codes
State codes
Requirements of the job site
ALWAYS check for obstructions prior to moving the mast or the machine.DO NOT allow any part of the machine to contact or come near electrical power lines.NEVER wear loose clothing when working around machinery. Injury or death could result.
Flying Debris Hazard! During operation of the drill, flying debris could be discharged from the drill hole which could result in personal injury or death. Keep cab windows and doors closed during drill operation. Stay clear of the drill discharge area during drill operation.
When the rotary head assembly is raised and lowered on the mast, the head can come into contact with other mast components and machine components.Ensure that all mast components and obstructions are cleared from the rotary head path before raising or lowering the rotary head on the mast.Damage may occur to mast components or machine components that are in the path of the rotary head travel.
Do not allow personnel near a rotating drill pipe.May cause serious injury or death.
Know the location of any buried cables. Mark the locations clearly before you drill.Use a comfortable travel speed traveling.Operating efficiency can be increased by using more than one machine control to perform a task.Operating Precaution
Ensure that all personnel are clear of the drill string while rotating.Ensure that the machine is level before drilling operation. See this Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Leveling" for additional information.Do not operate the machine in windy conditions that exceed the maximum wind speed for machine operation. See this Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Operation", located in the safety section, for additional information.Do not exceed the working maximum operating grade or the travel maximum operating grade. See this Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Maximum Operating Grade" for additional information.Drilling Techniques
Hole Deviation - Minimize hole deviation by collaring the hole carefully and maintain the appropriate pull down force and drill pressures.Collaring the Hole - The collar of the hole will directly determine the quality of the hole. See this Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Drill Operation" for additional information on how to collar a hole.Pull Down Pressure - Correct pull down force on the bit is essential when drilling.Drill Pressures - Pulldown pressure and rotation speed should be adjusted to suit rock conditions. The operator should maintain correct drill pressures to ensure smooth drill operation and to maximize rate of penetration. See this Operation and Maintenance Manual, "Drill Operation" for additional information.Drill Bit Obstruction
Always observe the pressure gauges during operation. An obstructed drill bit will prevent air and debris from exiting the hole. In the event of high bit air pressure, the bit may be

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