Earth-moving machinery -- Preservation and storage
Engins de terrassement -- Conservation et stockage
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International Standard @ 6749
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANOARDIZATION~MEWUIYHAPOILHAR OPrAHH3AUHR no CTAHnAPTH3AUHH.ORGANISATlON INTERNATIONALE DE NORMALISATION@ Earth-moving machinery - Preservation and storage
Engins de terrassement - Conservation et stockage
First edition - 1981-06-15
U DC ô21 .û78/ ,879
Descriptors : earth handling equipment,
preservation, storage, packages,
transportation, protective coatings.
Price based on 5 pages
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IS0 (the lnternational Organization for Standardization) is a worldwide federation ofnational standards institutes (IS0 member bodies). The work of developing Inter-
national Standards is carried out through IS0 technical committees. Every member
body interested in a subject for which a technical committee has been set up has the
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Draft International Standards adopted by the technical committees are circulated to
the member bodies for approval before their acceptance as International Standards bythe IS0 Council.
International Standard IS0 6749 was developed by Technical Committee ISO/TC 127,
Earth-moving machinery, and was circulated to the member bodies in October 1979.
It has been approved by the member bodies of the following countries :
Australia Finland Romania
Austria France South Africa, Rep. of
Belgium Germany, F.R. Sweden
Bulgaria Italy United Kingdom
Czechoslovakia Poland USSR
No member body expressed disapproval of the document.
O International Organization for Standardization, 1981 0
Printed in Switzerland
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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD IS0 6749-1981 (E)
Earth-moving machinery - Preservation and storage
This International Standard specifies the general methods for
preservation and removal of preservation materials from earth-
moving machinery and its elements, and the categories of
4.1 .I Preservation treatment consists of preliminary opera-
storage and transportation conditions.
tions possibly involving some dismantling, marking, prepara-
tion for preservation, the preservation proper, and final packag-
2 Field of application
4.1.2 Preservation of a newly-manufactured machine and its
elements, unless otherwise stipulated in the order or the con-
This International Standard is applicable to newly-
manufactured earth-moving machines as well as to those tract of sale, shall be carried out by the manufacturer.already in use to be preserved.
4.1.3 All materials used for the preservation of a machine and
its elements shall conform to the specifications laid down in
International Standards or other appropriate technical
documents specified in the order or contract of sale, and shall
ensure conservation of a machine for the intended period of
For the purpose of this International Standard, the following
definitions apply :
4.1.4 A machine shall be delivered for preservation treatment
3.1 preservation : Set of operations to be carried out by the
without any traces of corrosion on metal surfaces, or damage
manufacturer, the user and othersfor the purpose of protecting
to paintwork, metallic, or other coatings.
a machine against the corrosive action of the environment and
against minor damage that might occur during handling,
A used machine shall be reconditioned prior to preservation.
transportation and storage.
4.1.5 Preservation treatment shall be carried out in suitable
3.2 transportation : Conveyance of a machine by any mode
conditions (ambient temperature, humidity) and with the cor-
of transport, for example, rail, road, sea, river and air.
rect materials which provide for the required quality of preser-
vation whilst taking due care to ensure the safety of personnel
and protection of the environment.
3.3 storage : Period during which a machine is kept idle
from the moment preservative is applied until the moment the
preservative is removed.
4.1.6 Each machine given the preservation treatment shall be
provided with instructions for the removal of preservatives.
3.4 removal of preservatives : Set of operations to be car-
a These instructions may be included as a separate chapter in the
ried out by the dealer, the user and/or others prior to putting
machine into service. operator’s manual.
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IS0 6749-1981 (E)
4.1.7 The instructions for preservation and removal of preser- The cleaning method shall be chosen depending on the struc-
vatives shall be packed in a labelled waterproof envelope and tural features and degree of soiling and the type of outerattached to the machine in a conspicuous place. coatings present.
4.1.8 The instructions for removal of preservatives shall 18.104.22.168 Preparation of surfaces by means of alkali solutions
specify the categories of conditions for storage and transporta- shall be carried out in washing installations with such solutionstion, the date of preservation, and the duration of validity of
and by such procedures that ensure the required degree of
preservation. cleanliness and degreasing.
The instructions shall also specify the methods for the removal
22.214.171.124 If organic solvents are used, the areas to be preserved
of preservatives and reassembly of dismantled elements, a list
shall be wiped with some soft rags or brushes wetted with sol-
of tools and appliances needed for these operations.
4.1.9 Operations of preservation and removal of preservatives
126.96.36.199 If blasting with abrasives is used, the surfaces shall be
shall be carried out with due regard for the general accident
cleaned by blowing with a high-velocity jet of water or air con-
prevention measures specified, if necessary, by the national
taining fine abrasive particles.
governing body having jurisdiction.
188.8.131.52 After cleaning, the surfaces shall be thoroughly dried
4.2 Preliminary operations
to remove traces of solvents and moisture by one of the follow-
ing methods :
4.2.1 Partial dismantling and marking
a) blowing with a jet of filtered, dry compressed air;
184.108.40.206 Partial dismantling shall be kept to a minimum and
b) heating in a temperature-controlled oven;
shall be carried out :
c) wiping with a clean rag or paper; or
a) to give preservation treatment to inaccessible areas;
d) subjecting to the action of IR rays or any other suitable
b) to safeguard protruding elements or easily damageable
means that will not damage the surfaces.
parts against damage or loss; and
4.3 Preservation procedures and types of
ci to bring down the overall dimensions of a machine
within the limits of transportation size specified in Interna-
tional Standards or other documents specified in the order
4.3.1 The preservation method and the type of protective
or contract of sale.
coating shall be chosen depending on the structural features
and the materials of the machine, preservation duration,
220.127.116.11 When dismantled elements are to be attached to the
storage and transportation conditions with due regard for the
base machine they shall be so secured that they may not shift
amount of labour needed and the availability of materials re-
or be damaged or lost during handling or transportation.
quired for removing the preservative coatings.
18.104.22.168 Fastenings used to attach the dismantled elements
4.3.2 Preservative coatings shall be applied to those metallic
shall also be given the preservation treatment, and wherever
surfaces which, if corroded, may deteriorate the operational
possible, shall be secured to appropriate mating surfaces to
qualities of the machine or detract from its external ap-
guard against loss.
22.214.171.124 Dismantled elements and their corresponding mating
4.3.3 The surfaces of non-vital parts or those of corrosion-
surfaces on the base machine may be appropriately marked to
resistant metals such as copper, nickel, chromium, and bronze
guide correct reassembly. Tags used for marking dismantled
need not be treated.
elements should be of waterproof material.
4.3.4 Recommended preservation methods
4.2.2 Preparation of surfaces for preservation
126.96.36.199 Inhibitor coatings
188.8.131.52 Surfaces of a machine and its dismantled elements re-
quiring protection shall be cleaned and be free of corrosion, oil, Protective inhibitor coatings recommended are inhibitor paper,
and other contaminants, and dried. alcohol or alcohol-aqueous solutions of inhibitors, andpowdery or other forms of inhibitors capable of protecting the
184.108.40.206 Aqueous alkali solutions, organic solvents, blasting
with abrasives or any other suitable means which ensure the re-
quired degree of cleanliness and do not cause damage to the 220.127.116.11.1 Protection by inhibitor paper : constituent parts of
machine can be used for cleaning and degreasing the outer sur- machines may be completely wrapped in inhibitor paper withfaces. sufficient overlapping at joints.
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To protect the elements