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Cylinder Pressure Release
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5 - 123 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM - CYLINDER PRESSURE RELEASE
This task covers:
a. Cylinder Pressure Release
INITIAL SETUP:
Tools Required
Tool Kit, General Mechanic's, Automotive (GMTK)
Materials Required
Clean Cloth
Container to catch hydraulic fluid
Equipment Conditions
As detailed for removing the cylinder under repair.
WARNING
INJURY FROM EXTREME HYDRAULIC OIL PRESSURE. THE SYSTEM MUST BE
DE-PRESSURIZED BEFORE CARRYING OUT ANY WORK ON ANY CYLINDER.
INJURY FROM EXTREME HYDRAULIC OIL PRESSURE. WHEN DE-PRESSURIZING
CYLINDERS IT IS IMPORTANT TO MAKE SURE NO HYDRAULIC OIL CAN BE
SPRAYED. MAKE SURE THAT NO PERSONNEL ARE STANDING NEAR THE
CYLINDER BEING DE-PRSSURIZED.
SLIP AND FALL INJURY. PERSONNEL MAY SLIP ON SPILLED HYDRAULIC FLUID.
SUITABLE CONTAINERS AND FLUID ABSORBENT MATERIALS ARE TO BE USED
TO CONTAIN SPILLAGE.
NOTE
This is a general procedure to be used on any cylinder when required. The steps detailed
in this procedure are applicable to all hydraulic cylinders.
It may be necessary to release the residual pressure in a hydraulic cylinder to assist in its
removal or replacement. Releasing the hydraulic pressure from the cylinder relieves force
acting on the cylinder pins and allows the cylinder piston to be moved.
The cylinder pressure release fitting (2), one at each end of the cylinder (1), are always
located at 90o to the cylinder valve block (3) or line connection (4). The following pictures
shown typical locations.

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