NEAR-SHORE RAMP SECTION REPLACEMENT (Sheet 2 of 2)
FRH hydraulic fluid may contain Tricresyl Phosphate (TCP) which, if taken
internally, can cause paralysis. Hydraulic fluid may be absorbed through the skin. If
hydraulic fluid gets on skin, wash with soap and water as soon as possible.
d. Disconnect flexible hydraulic line (9)
from separated ramp section (7).
Position line (9) out of harm's way.
Using lifting device and sling, position
replacement ramp section (7) in line
with center section (8). Leave about 1 ft
separation between ramp and center section.
b. Reconnect flexible hydraulic line (9)
located on center section (8) to replacement
ramp section (7). Ensure connection is tight.
Ensure that disconnected braces and
diaphragm fall on the correct side of
clip angles, or in position for
alinement for connecting.
c. Using lifting device and sling,
position ramp section (7) so the
end connectors (10) of sections
(7 and 8) will aline for pinning.
d. Insert four locking and connecting
pins (6) through mated end connectors
(10). Insert four retaining pins (5)
through pins (6).
e. Install three bolts (3), three nuts (2),
and three retainers (1) securing
diaphragm (4) to replaced ramp
f. Ensure manual hydraulic bleed valves
(11) and (12), located within the pro-
tective housings (13) on both ends of
hydraulic cylinder (14) are closed.
END OF TASK