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BLVPZ00 Lafayette 3606 Engine Caterpillar parts G3606B Lafayette
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Alternative (cross code) number:
CABLVPZ00
BLV-PZ00
BLVPZ00
Caterpillar BLVPZ00 Lafayette 3606 Engine

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Hydraulic Circuit
Illustration 1 g06285264
(1) Hydraulic cylinders
(2) Swivel
(3) Crossover relief valves
(4) Rotation Motor
(5) Orifice
(6) Check valveThe hydraulic system for the Orange Peel Grapple is divided into two separate circuits. One circuit is used to rotate the work tool and the other circuit is used to operate the shell assemblies.
The hydraulic circuit for the operation of the shell assembliesThe main components of this circuit consist of the following components: swivel (2) and cylinders (1).
The hydraulic circuit for the rotation of the work toolThe main components of this circuit consist of the following components: rotation motor (4), crossover relief valves (3), check valves (6) and orifices (5).Shell Circuit
Swivel (2) is the center of the rotator assembly. The distributor provides the necessary transfer of hydraulic oil to the hydraulic cylinders in the Orange Peel Grapple. This transfer of oil allows the Orange Peel Grapple to rotate 360 degrees without damaging the hoses to the cylinders.Double acting cylinders (1) provide the necessary force to operate the shells of the work tool effectively. The hydraulic circuit for the cylinders is independent from the circuit for rotation.Close the Shell
Illustration 2 g06006168
(1) Hydraulic cylinders
(2) Swivel
(7) Line from the main pumps
(8) Line to the hydraulic tankIllustration 2 demonstrates the operation of the work tool when the shells are closing. Oil flows from the host machine to line (7). The oil flows through swivel (2). The oil then flows to the head end of cylinders (1). The oil pressure that is felt at the piston in the cylinder causes the cylinder to extend. This action closes the shells.Oil from the rod end of the cylinders returns to the hydraulic tank through line (8).Open the Shell
Illustration 3 g06006182
(1) Hydraulic cylinders
(2) Swivel
(7) Line from the main pumps
(8) Line to the hydraulic tankIllustration 3 demonstrates the operation of the work tool when the shells are opening. Oil flows from the host machine to line (7). The oil flows through swivel (2) . The oil then flows to the rod end of cylinders (1). The oil pressure that is felt at the piston in the cylinder causes the cylinder to retract. This action opens the shells.Oil from the head end of the cylinders returns to the hydraulic tank through line (8).Rotate Circuit for Clockwise Rotation
Illustration 4 g06286859
(3) Check valve
(4) Orifice
(5) Crossover relief valves
(6) Rotation motor
(7) Line from the main pump
(8) Line to the hydraulic tankHydraulic oil is supplied through line (9) to the grapple rotate circuit by the medium pressure pump that is located on the host machine. The auxiliary control valve that is located on the host machine determines the direction that rotation motor (6) turns by diverting supply oil to either side of the rotation motor. Return oil is sent back to the hydraulic tank through line (10).Crossover relief valves (5) prevent cavitation in the grapple rotate motor. The crossover relief valves also prevent a shock load when the grapple rotate motor stops.Hydraulic oil flow for the rotate circuit is restricted to 20 L/min (5.28 US gpm) by orifices (7), and check valve (8).

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