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COUPLING AS- 3236188 - Caterpillar

3236188 COUPLING AS- Caterpillar parts COUPLING
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Caterpillar 3236188 COUPLING AS-
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Illustration 1 g06082834
Left Side of Machine
(1) Conveyor motor
(2) Planetary assembly
(3) Conveyor drive chain
(4) Tension adjustment boltTwo conveyor motors (1) are located near the rear bulkhead on either side of the machine. The right conveyor motor is shown. The conveyor motors are identical. The side compartment door on either side of the machine provides access to the conveyor motors.Conveyor motor (1) is a piston motor with a fixed displacement. The conveyor motors have a displacement of 44 cc (2.7 in3)) per revolution. The output shaft of each motor is splined to planetary assembly (2). The planetary assembly drives conveyor drive chain (3). The drive chain drives the conveyor. Tension adjustment bolt (4) is used to adjust chain tension.
Illustration 2 g06059497
Rear of Machine
(5) Left tension adjustment bolt
(6) Right tension adjustment bolt
(7) Left auger motor
(8) Left planetary assembly
(9) Right planetary assembly
(10) Right auger motorLeft auger motor (7) and right auger motor (10) are mounted to the rear of the machine. These motors are identical.The auger motors are piston motors with a fixed displacement of 35 cc (2.1 in3)) per revolution. The output shaft of left auger motor (7) is splined to left planetary assembly (8). The output shaft of right auger motor (10) is splined to right planetary assembly (9). The planetary assemblies drive chains that drive the augers.The auger drive chains are located inside the housing between the planetary assemblies. The chain tension is adjusted using left tension adjustment bolt (5) and right tension adjustment bolt (6).
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Material Feed Motors
(11) Cylinder block
(12) Piston
(13) Slipper pads
(14) Swashplate
(15) Output shaft
(16) Valve plateDuring operation, oil from the corresponding material feed pump enters the motor. Supply oil is directed to the inlet port of valve plate (16). The oil then enters the piston chambers in cylinder block (11).High-pressure oil in the piston chamber forces pistons (12) to move out of cylinder block (11). As the pistons move out of the cylinder block, slipper pads (13) slide along swashplate (14). This action causes the cylinder block and pistons rotate.As cylinder block (11) continues to rotate, pistons (12) are forced back into the cylinders. When the cylinders align with the outlet port in valve plate (16), oil flows out of the motor. Low-pressure oil is returned to the material feed pump.Output shaft (15) is splined to cylinder block (11). Therefore, the output shaft rotates with the cylinder block.Note: A portion of circuit oil is diverted into the motor case drain to flush the material feed motors. Flushing flow is approximately 3.8 L/min (1.0 US gpm).

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