Electrolux FSF 650 Specifications

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Shirt finisher
Usage and Maintenance
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Index
Index
1. Introduction
1.1. Content and purpose of this manual
1.2. Safety precautions
1.3. Residual risks
1.4. Manufacturer’s liability
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2. Description of the machine
2.1. How to identify the machine
2.2. Technical specifications
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3. Installation
3.1. Upon receiving the goods
3.2. Packing list
3.3. Electrical connections
3.4. Compressed air connection
3.5. Steam connection 6
4. Use
4.1. Safety precautions
4.2. Before starting
4.3. Operation
4.4. In case of emergency
4.5. Upon terminating work
4.6. Fine adjustments
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5. Use of the control board
5.1. PROGRAMMING section - basic features
5.2. PROGRAMMING section - advanced features
5.3. Pressing cycle counter meters 5.4. EXCLUSION section
5.5. MANUAL CONTROLS section
5.6. Operating MODE
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6. Maintenance
6.1. Maintenance allowed to the user
6.2. Maintenance to be carried out by the technician every six months
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7. Troubleshooting
7.1 Control board self-diagnosis
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8. Machine stop
8.1. Prolonged stop
8.2. Transportation
8.3. Decommissioning
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9. Technical diagrams
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10. Spare parts diagrams
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Introduction
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1. Introduction
1.1. Content and purpose of this manual
This manual contains instructions concerning the installation and
maintenance of pressing equipment in conformity to the present
European Community Directive. Therefore you will find information
on the following subjects:
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Information on machine technical features;
Instructions on installation and operating of the machine.
Instructions on maintenance and servicing.
Technical diagrams
Exploded views of spare parts
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To prevent fire hazard or explosions do not stand near the machine
with explosive or inflammable products.
Use of the machine is allowed only to professional operators who
have been trained on how to operate the machine. In any case the
use of the machine is forbidden to children under 14 years of age.
Do not remove safety protection devices.
Do not leave machine unattended while in operation.
Do not remove safety symbols from the machine
1.3. Residual risks
Residual risks are defined as those derived from normal machine
utilisation that could not be eliminated by manufacturer.
The risk assessment has determined only one risk that cannot be
eliminated: the risk of touching the heated front clamp. The risk is
highlighted to the user in this manual and on the machine.
This manual is for the user, the installer and the technician; they will
have to read and understand it carefully before installing, using or
servicing the machine.
This manual should be kept with the machine and read before
operation; in case of loss or damage please ask the builder for a
new copy.
The builder is not responsible for any consequences arising from the
neglecting of all instructions reported in this manual.
WARNING - BURN HAZARD - The front clamp may
reach very high temperature. Do not touch it while
the machine is on.
The content of this manual is property of the manufacturer. Duplication
of this manual is forbidden.
1.4. Manufacturer’s liability
1.2. Safety precautions
Ignoring the following safety precautions can cause damage either to
people, linen, animals and to the machine.
The following symbols, on the machine and in this manual, advise
about possible risks.
Legend of the safety symbols found on the machine and in this
book:
Warning: live electricity
General warning: follow instructions to avoid damage to
the machine or to people.
Warning: hot surface / burn hazard
Warning: high temperature
This manual instructions are not intended to substitute, but only to
combine obligations of current legislation on safety standards.
With reference to information included in this manual, the
manufacturer is not responsible in case of:
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neglect of local safety standards during machine utilisation;
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incorrect installation of the machine;
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neglect or incorrect observance of instructions included in this
manual;
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faults of voltage or of the feeding systems;
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connection to electrical plant non compliant with EC safety
requirement, in particular if the plant lacks grounding, thermal
magnetic protection and differential protection;
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unauthorized changes on the machine;
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utilisation of the machine by unauthorized, untrained or nonprofessional operators;
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neglect of maintenance operations;
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use of non original spare parts.
Risk of injury to hands of feet
Wear gloves
Wear protective shoes
Wear a helmet
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Information, notice, advice
Carefully read the entire manual before installing, operating or
servicing the machine.
Installation and maintenance the product described in this manual
must be performed by authorised and qualified technicians who
know the products and are acquainted with standards for installation
of industrial pressing equipment.
The builder is not responsible for external connections not duly
performed.
The product described in this manual must be used only to iron
garments and linen. Any other use is forbidden unless builder
authorizes it in writing.
Do not press fabrics contaminated by dangerous substances such
as explosives, inflammable, etc. Make sure they are rinsed or aired
before ironing.
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Description of the machine
2. Description of the
machine
Description of the data in the identification plate
The unit described in this manual is a form finisher for pressing wet
shirts. This shirt finisher is designed for:
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Garment manufacturing industries;
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Large and small Industrial dry cleaners;
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Garment finishing industries.
The shirt finisher must be utilized by only qualified personnel, who
have been specifically trained on this type of machinery.
The manufacturer does not accept any responsibility for damage
caused to persons or things due to improper, erroneous or unreasonable utilization of the machine.
2.1. How to identify the machine
The machine is identified by a technical data plate. The plate is found
on the back of the machine, as shown in Figure 2.1. Do not alter or
modify in any way the data on the identification plate. Do not remove
the identification plate.
Serial N
5 digits serial number
Type
Product code
V
Tension
Hz
Frequency (cycles)
kW
Power absorption
Date
Date of production
2.2. Technical specifications
Refer to Table 2.3 for technical specifications.
Figure 2.1 shows the dimensions of the machine.
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This manual describes all the versions of the machine. Before reading the manual identify the version of the machine you own by reading the machine “type” in the technical
data plate. While reading the manual take into account only
the information related to the version of machine you own.
Figure 2.2 - Machine dimensions
Figure 2.1 - Identification plate
Table 2.3 - Technical specifications
Type
5202
5202T226T
5212
5222
5232
400V 3N50Hz
220V 3 60Hz
400V 3N 50Hz
400V 3N 50Hz
220V 3 60Hz
Steam inlet
1/2”
1/2”
1/2”
1/2”
1/2”
Condensate return
1/2”
1/2”
1/2”
1/2”
1/2”
Electrical requirements
Air inlet
Blowing motor
1/4”
1/4”
1/4”
1/4”
1/4”
2,85kW
3,8 HP
2,85kW
2,85kW
3,8 HP
Suction motor
0,6kW
0,8 HP
0,6kW
0,6kW
0,8 HP
Front clamp
1000W
1000W
1000W
1000W
1000W
Steam pressure
500 - 600 kPa
80 PSI
500 - 600 kPa
500 - 600 kPa
80 PSI
Air pressure
600 - 700 kPa
80 PSI
600 - 700 kPa
600 - 700 kPa
80 PSI
45 - 50 kg/h
100 - 110 lbs/hr
45 - 50 kg/h
45 - 50 kg/h
100 - 110 lbs/hr
14 nl/min
0,5 cfm
14 nl/min
14 nl/min
0,5 cfm
270/300 kg
595/660 lbs
290/320 kg
300/330 kg
640/705 lbs
15 to 40 °C
60 to 105 °F
15 to 40 °C
15 to 40 °C
60 to 105 °F
Steam comsumption
Air consumption
Net/Gross Weight
Noise
Ambient temperature
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3. Installation
3.1. Upon receiving the goods
The machine is delivered mounted on crate and protected by a plastic
film and, in some cases, by a cardboard box.
1. Position the crated machine near to the final location of installation. The crated machine must be moved using suitable
devices, such as a forklift (Figure 3.1)
2. Unpack the machine and separate cardboard from plastic. Dispose of carton and plastic according to local regulations.
3. Unscrew the bolts that fix the machine to the crate
4. Move the machine from the crate to its final position.
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INDICATION - If a Ground Fault Interrupt protection is installed: every month test the safety of the circuit by pressing the Test button of the circuit breaker. The protection ought
to trip. If it does not, call a technician immediately, as the safety
of the equipment is impaired.
Table 3.5 - Data for electric connection
Installation
Plug
Power cord
400V 50Hz
Plug 3P+N+T 400V 3N 16A
as per standard IEC60309
Type H05VV-F
5 x 1,5mm2
3P+T 210-240V 3 25A
Type H05VV5-F
4 x 14AWG
210-240V
60Hz
WARNING - The power cord can be replaced only by an
authorised service center.
CAUTION - To avoid damaging the machine, do not move
the machine by grabbing the form or the clamps.
CAUTION - The machine can be moved by
hand by experienced personnel only. Wear
gloves, helmet and protective shoes when moving the machine.
3.2. Packing list
The package contains:
1. Machine, complete with all mechanical parts and tensioning
devices.
2. Plastic bag containing covers and padding (if not already in
place on the machine).
3. Mirror.
4. Instruction manual.
5. Boxes of optional items ordered with the machine (if any)
Upon receiving the goods, check that the package contains all the
above listed items.
3.2.1 Assembling disassembled parts
The machine is supplied with the control panel folded against the side
of the machine. Rotate the support of the control panel to bring it in
the most comfortable position.
Mount the mirror on the machine cabinet (see Figure 3.2):
1. Loosen the screws that hold support (2) in place;
2. Insert the tube (1) into the support (2);
3. Choose the right position for the mirror and tighten the
screws.
3.3. Electrical connections
WARNING - The electrical connection is to be made by
a licensed electrician only and according to local safety
regulations.
The manufacturer is not responsible for damage or injury caused by
improper installation.
Refer to Figure 3.3.
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Install a multi-pole switch (circuit breaker) to facilitate installation
and service operations. See table 3.5 for rating and type of
connection.
In most countries the circuit breaker should include a
protection against overcurrents (e.g. thermal-magnetic circuit
breaker or fuse). If using a fuse, see power absorbtion on
the identification plate of the appliance (see figure 2.1).
In some countries the circuit breaker must include a ground
fault interrupt protection.
Mount a plug on the power cord, see table 3.5 for rating
Connect the plug to the circuit breaker. The cable should hang
in a gentle curve.
Check that the motor is rotating counterclockwise, otherwise
switch two of three phases wires.
WARNING -The electrical line must be properly grounded
to insure the safety of the operator.
3.4. Compressed air connection
WARNING - The steam connection is to be made by a licensed technician only and according to local safety regulations.
Refer to Figure 3.4.
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Connect the machine to a compressed air source with pressure
6 bar (90 PSI) minimum
Make connections as indicated
Set the general pressure regulator on the machine at 6 bar (90
PSI)
WARNING - Do not set the pressure higher than 6 bar.
Risk of damage to the machine.
3.5. Steam connection
WARNING - The steam connection is to be made by a licensed technician only and according to local safety regulations.
Refer to Figure 3.5.
Connect the machine to a steam source with steam pressure at 5 bar
(75 PSI) capable of providing 30 Kg/h (66 lbs/hr) of steam.
The numbers in the figure indicate the following parts (not supplied
with the machine):
1 – Steam line
2 – Condensate return line
3 – Ball valve
4 – Check valve
5 – Steam trap
WARNING - Do not connect the machine to a steam line
having pressure exceeding recommended values. Risk of
serious damage to the machine and injury to people.
Grounding instructions
For 220V 3-Phase Models:
When permanently connecting this machine this appliance must
be connected to a grounded, metal, permanent wiring system; or
an equipment-grounding conductor must be run with the circuit
conductors and connected to the equipment-grounding terminal
or lead on the appliance.
When using a cord connector this appliance must be grounded.
In the event of malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides
a path of least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk
of electric shock. This appliance is equipped with a cord having
an equipment-grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The
plug must be plugged into an appropriate outlet that is properly
installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and
ordinances.
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DANGER – Improper connection of the equipment grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric shock. The
conductor with insulation having an outer surface that is green
with or without yellow stripes is the equipment-grounding conductor. If repair or replacement of the cord or plug is necessary,
do not connect the equipment grounding conductor to a live
terminal. Check with a qualified electrician or serviceman if
the grounding instructions are not completely understood, or
if doubt as to whether the appliance is properly grounded. Do
not modify the plug provided with the appliance – if it will not
fit the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician. This appliance is for use on a circuit having a nominal
rating more than 120 V and is factory equipped with a specific
electric cord and plug. No adaptor should be used with this
appliance. If the appliance must be reconnected for use on a
different type of electric circuit, the reconnection must be made
by qualified service personnel; and after the reconnection, the
appliance should comply with all local codes and ordinances.
Figure 3.1 - How to move the crated machine
For 120V Models
This appliance is for use on a nominal 120V circuit, and has a
grounding plug. Under no circumstances shall the grounding plug
be bypassed. No adaptor or extension cord should be used with this
appliance. If the appliance must be reconnected for use on a different
type of electric circuit, the reconnection should be made by qualified
service personnel; and after the reconnection, the appliance should
comply with all local codes and ordinances.
Figure 3.2 - Assembling the mirror
Figure 3.3 - Electrical connection
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min 16A @ 400V 50Hz
min 25A @ 220V 60Hz
Figure 3.5 - Steam connections
Figure 3.4 - Compressed air connection
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4. Use
The form finisher here described is made for pressing wet cleaned
shirts.
This shirt finisher is designed for:
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Garment manufacturing industries;
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Large and small Industrial dry cleaners;
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Garment finishing industries.
The shirt finisher must be utilized by qualified personnel, who have
been specifically trained on this type of machinery.
4.1. Safety precautions
During operation the unit is under electrical tension:
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Do not operate machinery with partially exposed or frayed
wiring.
Never permit water to come into contact with machine:
danger of electrical shock, short-circuiting and damage
to machine may result.
Do not open the machine cabinet.
The unit has various parts that reach extremely high temperatures:
Do not leave the machine unattended while it is on;
Keep all flammable substances away from machine, to
avoid risk of fire;
Do not open machine body
Do not replace cover and padding while machine is hot
(wait at least 2 hours after turning it off). Always check
the temperature of the form before proceeding to substitute covers.
The unit generates hot steam vapors - Stay clear of steam
reflex jet.
4.2. Before starting
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Open the steam and condensate return valves
Open the air delivery valve
Turn on main power switch (2 - Figure 4.3)
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Grab the sides of the shirt and tense the back part of the shirt
against the form while stepping on the start pedal: the rear
clamp closes. During this operation, look in the mirror (14) to
check that there are no wrinkles in the area where the rear
clamp closes;
5. Grab the two front edges of the shirt and position them parallel
along the front part of the form;
6. The suction keeps the two parts in position. Smooth the front
edges to make sure there are no wrinkles;
7. Step on the start pedal to close the front clamp and expand
sides;
8. Insert a cuff in the cuff clamp and push button (8) to close
the clamp. If you want to re-open the clamp, push the button
again. To avoid marks insert the cuff unbuttoned and as shown
in figure 4.1;
9. Insert the other cuff in to the other clamp and push the button
to close. When the second cuff clamp closes, the machine automatically starts the cycle;
10. Adjust sleeve arms height so that there are no wrinkles in the
armpit area (see paragraph 4.6.1);
11. At the end of the cycle the clamps are automatically released.
4.3.4. Use of the iron (optional)
If your shirt finisher is equipped with an iron for touch-ups (the iron
is an optional feature), the iron can be used at any time during the
pressing cycle to perfect finishing.
If you want to keep full control of the quality of the garment proceed
as follows:
1. Insert the MANUAL END function located in the “mode” section
of the control panel (C). At the end of the pressing cycle the
clamps are not released and the garment is kept in place for
visual inspection;
2. If the garment needs touch-ups: press AIR in the “manual controls” section of the control panel (D) to start the blowing and
inflate the garment;
3. Use the iron to finish the garment or add manual steam by
pressing the button STEAM in section (D) of the control panel;
4. Press END CYCLE in the “manual controls” section of the control panel (D) to release the clamps.
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4.3. Operation
The iron must be used and rested on a stable surface;
when placing the iron on its stand, ensure that the surface on
which the stand is placed is stable;
the iron is not to be used if it has been dropped, if there are
visible signs of damage or if it is leaking.
Refer to figures 4.2 and 4.3
4.4. In case of emergency
WARNING - BURN HAZARD - The front clamp may
reach very high temperature. Do not touch it while
the machine is on.
In case of emergency at any time during the cycle, push
the red mushroom (G). The machine will stop immediately any operation and the clamps will be released.
To reset the machine, turn the mushroom clockwise.
4.3.1. Position of the operator
4.5. Upon terminating work
During dressing, cycle start and undressing the operator stands in
front of the machine.
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4.3.2. Settings
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2.
Select program number with buttons (A) on the control panel
Select blowing power shifting the lever (12)
Check the general pressure in the machine, displayed by
the gauge located on the air filter (3). The gauge should
display 6 bar. Use the knob on top of the air filter (3) to adjust
the general pressure.
4.3.3. Pressing
Press the Start pedal (13) to move one step forward in the dressing
sequence. If you make a mistake, press the BACK CYCLE button on
the control panel to “undo” the last step.
1. Place the shirt on the form and adjust shoulder width with the
buttons (E) and (F) on the control panel;
2. Step on the start pedal (13) to close the collar clamp;
3. Step on the start pedal to find the height;
Turn off the main power switch.
Close steam and condensate return valves.
Close air delivery valve.
4.6. Fine adjustments
Refer to Figure 4.3 if not otherwise specified
The machine has several fine adjustment, to match any kind of application.
Front clamp temperature: Rotate the temperature dial to adjust the
temperature of the front clamp. The temperature needed for
most fabrics is between 160 and 180 °C. This temperature must
be selected according to type of fabric and degree of extraction.
Rear clamp and side clamps pressure adjustment: pull knob (18) and
rotate clockwise to increase the pressure on rear clamp and
side clamps. The pressure value is indicated by gauge (17).
When finished, push knob in to lock in position. The recommended value is 3 bar.
Strength of additional sleeve tension: When additional sleeve tension is activated (see parameter H04 in the next paragraph) the strength of the tension can be adjusted.
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Figure 4.1 - How to clamp the cuff
Figure 4.2 - Control panel
(A)
(B)
(C)
(D)
(E)
Figure 4.3 - Machine parts
(1) Control panel
(2) Main power switch
(3) Air filter
(4) Collar clamp
(5) Front clamp
(6) Front clamp temperature adjustment
(7) Cuff clamp
(8) Cuff clamp button
(9) Side expander
(10) Side clamp
(11) Front hem clamps
(12) Blowing strength adjustment
(13) START pedal
(14) Mirror
(15) Sleeves tensioning pressure adjustment
(16) Arms counter-pressure adjustment
(17) Clamps* pressure adjustment
(18) Clamps* pressure gauge
(19) Arms counter-pressure gauge
(20) Sleeves tensioning pressure gauge
* Rear clamps, side clamps and front hem clamps
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Program selection buttons
Exclusion section
Mode section
Manual controls section
Expand shoulders
(F)
(G)
(L)
(M)
Retract shoulders
Emergency stop
Antistretch exclusion
Carriage down
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The higher the value displayed by gauge (15), the lower the
tension on the sleeves. To adjust the tnesion, pull knob (20)
and turn to change the value displayed. Push the knob to lock
the value**.
Sleeve arms counter-pressure: This pressure determines how fast the
sleeve arms return to their rest position after releasing the shirt
cuffs. Check periodically that the value displayed by gauge
(16) is correct*. Otherwise, pull knob (19) and rotate to adjust
the pressure. When finished, push knob in to lock in position.
Antistretch exclusion: To exclude the antistretch, push the button (L)
on the console prior to starting a cycle. When the button is
pushed in, the side expanders keep stretching the shirt during
the cycle. When the button is released out the antistretch
feature is activated, that is, it prevents the side expanders from
ovestretching the fabric.
Carriage down button: Push and hold button (M) on the console to
lower the carriage. This feature allows to manually increase
vertical tension during the cycle.
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4.6.1. Adjusting sleeve arms height
1. Loosen the knob located on the sleeve arm
2. Slide the topper part of the arm to the desired height
3. Tighten the knob
See the next chapter “Use of the control board” to learn how
to program pressing cycles and to discover the power of the
control board.
* The recommended value is 4 bar.
** The recommended value is 2 bar.
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Figure 5.3 - Displays during advanced parameters programming
The microprocessor programmer manages the pressing cycle in all of
its functions. The user can pre-set 9 pressing programs.
The control panel is subdivided into 4 sections:
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PROGRAMMING: allows storage of 9 different work programs
with programmable times and modes.
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EXCLUSION: allows partial or total exclusion of various pressing functions.
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MODE: permits choice of various pressing cycle modes
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MANUAL CONTROLS: allows manual function of main pressing functions.
When the machine is switched on the control panel shows the last
program used.
It is possible to adjust the brightness of the display: press
increase, press to decrease.
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5.1. PROGRAMMING section - basic features
The programming section consists of:
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Program number display: from 1 to 9
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STEAM time display: from 00 to 99 seconds
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MIX / PAUSE time display. The two-figure display is shared by
the two functions MIX (mixed steam + air) and PAUSE (pause
between steam and blowing; used e.g. for touch ups)
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AIR time display: blowing time
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5 programming buttons.
To program a pressing cycle, do as follows:
) on the panel. A letter “P” ap1. Press the button PROG (
pears in the PROG display and the STEAM time display begins
to flash.
or
to increase or reduce the steam time.
1. Press buttons
) to memorize the steam time.
2. Press the PROG. button (
3. The green light MIX and the display below begin to flash: press
or
to set a time of mixed steam + air after steaming, if
needed.
4. Press the PROG. button to memorize the mix time
5. The green light PAUSE and the display below begin to flash:
or
to set a pause time between steam and blowing,
press
if needed (e.g. for touch ups with the iron)
6. Press the PROG. button to memorize the pause time.
or
to set blowing
7. The AIR indicator starts to flash. Press
time.
8. Press the PROG. button. The display stops to flash. Programming is finished
If you need to change only one of the times, repeat all steps without
modifying the other times.
Mix and Pause times can be used or not, depending on the needs.
Table 5.1 shows the possible combinations.
5.2. PROGRAMMING section - advanced
features
The PROGRAMMING sections allows adjustment of several parameters. Refer to Table 5.2 for description of the parameters and their
status. Figure 5.3 shows the look of the displays during programming
of advanced parameters.
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4.
To access advanced programming press the PROG. button until
the letter H appears in the program number display
The steam time display shows the number of the parameter
under programming. Press PROG. to step forward to another
parameter
The air time display shows a flashing number indicating the
or
to change parameter value
parameter value. Press
Press PROG. to memorize the value
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Press PROG. several times, until the displays return to normal
pressing times visualization.
The settings of the advanced parameters remain stored in the memory associated to the program in which they were entered.
For example: if the machine is running program number 5 and the
user enters advanced programming and excludes sleeve arms, the
sleeve arms will remain excluded for future use of program number
5, even after switching off the machine.
5.3. Pressing cycle counter meters
The machine is equipped with two cycle counters:
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The total counter counts all the pressing cycles carried out by
the machine in its work life and cannot be reset.
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The partial counter can be reset and can be utilized, for example, to count the number of garments processed in one day.
Partial counter meter
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To access the counters press push buttons
and
together
for two seconds.
The letter “C” appears on the PROG display. The other displays
show the number of cycles.
To reset the counter press “PROG”.
and
together till the displays
To exit meter mode, press
STEAM, MIX, PAUSE, AIR show pressing times.
Total counter meter
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To access the counters press push buttons and
together
for two seconds.
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The letter “C” appears on the PROG display. The other displays
show the number of cycles.
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Press + to view the total cycles counter meter. The total cycles
counter cannot be reset.
and
together till the displays
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To exit meter mode, press
STEAM, MIX, PAUSE, AIR show pressing times.
The machine can work while the counter is visualized.
5.4. EXCLUSION section
This section consists of 4 buttons with red LED. The buttons allow
exclusion of the following functions:
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rear clamp movement
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front clamp movement
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sleeve arms movement
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collar clamp movement
Pushing the button relative to the function effects exclusion. When the
LED is on, the relative function is excluded.
Exclusions remain stored in the memory of the selected program.
Excludes the rear clamp. When the light is on the clamp does
not close. If the button is pushed during a cycle, the clamp
opens but the cycle continues.
Excludes the front clamp. When the light is on the clamp does
not close. If the button is pushed during a cycle, the clamp
opens but the cycle continues.
Excludes the sleeve arms and cuff clamps. When the light is
!2-3 on the sleeve arms do not operate. If the button is pushed
during a cycle, the cuff clamps open but the cycle continues.
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Excludes the collar clamp. When the light is on the collar clamp
does not operate. If the button is pushed during a cycle, the
collar clamp opens but the cycle continues.
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5.5. MANUAL CONTROLS section
AIR Press once to start blowing. Press it again to stop blowing. In
order to have manual MIX press STEAM during the blowing
operation.
REPEAT CYCLE Repeats the cycle without further tensioning; this button is enabled only at end of the pressing cycle and only if the
MANUAL END mode is selected.
END CYCLE Ends the cycle immediately, interrupts all ongoing commands, opens all clamps. When the MANUAL END mode is
selected, press this button to open the clamps at the end of
the cycle.
STEAM Keep pressed to steam the shirt.
BACK CYCLE Use this button to undo the last step in the dressing
sequence.
5.6.3. Button
The button is not active.
5.6. Operating MODE
The Mode section consists of 3 buttons with green LED.
To select a mode press the relative button: the green LED turns on.
5.6.1. Button
When the LED is ON: the side clamps (10 - Figure 4.3) close at
the beginning of the cycle and open automatically after the
time programmed in the H03 parameter (see table 5.2). This
mode is useful for thick fabric or low extraction, because closed
clamps may hinder proper drying of the area.
When the LED is OFF: the side clamps stay closed during the whole
cycle.
The button has no function if the side clamps are excluded (parameter H05 = 00).
5.6.2. Button
The MANUAL END function is utilized when it is necessary to verify
garment pressing quality at the end of a cycle.
When the MANUAL END function is active (the green LED of the button “MANUAL END” is on), the clamps remain are not released at
end of the cycle.
This allows to:
•
run another cycle by pushing REPEAT CYCLE
•
manually steam and blow the garment with buttons AIR and
STEAM
•
manually touch up the garment with the iron (if mounted on
your machine).
When the garment is properly finished, end the cycle and open the
clamps by pressing the “END CYCLE” button (in the “manual controls” section).
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Table 5.1 - Setting mix and pause times
What is your need?
What you should do
I do not need mix or pause
times
Set both times at zero
How the displays will look
Mix and pause lights are off.
The displays show no numbers.
I want both mix and air
times
Set the two times according to the procedure described in chapter 5.1.1.
Note that each of the two times cannot exceed
9 seconds.
Mix and pause lights are on.
The digit on the left is mix time.
The digit on the right is pause time.
I need only a mix time, no Set mix time at the desired value. If this value is
pause
below 10 seconds, you must set pause time at
zero. If mix time is 10 seconds or above, the
pause time is automatically set at zero.
Mix light is on.
Pause light is off.
The two displays show mix time (8 seconds and 12
seconds in the example).
I need only a pause time,
no mix
Mix light is off.
Pause light is on.
The two displays show pause time.
Set mix time at zero. Set pause time at the desired value.
Table 5.2 - Advanced programming parameters
Parameter
number
Parameter description
H 01
Garment positioning time. This parameter allows to vary the distance Positioning time in 1/10 of second
of the rim of the garment from the bottom of the form. The higher
this time, the greater the distance. The machine is pre-set with 0,1
seconds positioning time
H 02
Vertical tension time. The machine is pre-set with 0,2 second tensioning time. Longer tensioning time means more vertical tension to the
shirt. The machine is pre-set with 2/10 of second tensioning time
H 03
Side clamps (10 - Figure 4.3) opening time. If the "TIMER SIDE Opening time in seconds (from the beginning of blowCLAMPS" function is activated, the value of this parameter indicates ing)
when the clamps will open. The pre-set value is 5 seconds.
H 04
Sleeve arms additional tension. This parameter allows to add extratension to the sleeves during the cycle. The pre-set value is 00. This
pressure can be adjusted by means of knob (20 - Figure 4.3)
00 means no additional tension
01 means additional tension after 3 seconds of steam
02 means additional tension after 10 seconds of air
H 05
Side clamps exclusion. The side clamps (10 - Figure 4.3) can be
excluded.
00 means side clamps excluded
01 means side clamps activated
H 06
This parameter allows to program several actions:
• position of the carriage at the end of the cycle: the carriage can
either return to its lowest position or stay in the same position (this
is useful when pressing several identical shirts)
• additional tensioning to the shirt: at the beginning of the cycle, the
carriage moves down to tension the shirt. This parameter allows to
add two additional downward movements during the cycle
• fast mode: for high productivity. When this mode is selected, the
machine automatically closes the clamps without stepping on the
start pedal. The operator must keep the machine pace.
00=carriage down - no additional tension
01=carriage down - additional tension, light
02=carriage down - additional tension, stronger
03=carriage still - no additional tension
04=carriage still - additional tension, light
05=carriage still - additional tension, stronger
06=fast mode - no additional tension
07=fast mode - additional tension, light
08=fast mode - additional tension, stronger
H 07
Automatic positioning of sleeve arms height (only model with short
sleeve device)
00 means automatic positioning OFF
01 means automatic positioning ON
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Meaning of the number in the display AIR
(press + or - to change the value)
Tensioning time in 1/10 of second
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Mainenance
6. Maintenance
6.1.2. Every six months
6.1. Maintenance allowed to the user
6.2. Maintenance to be carried out by the
technician every six months
WARNING: Before performing any maintenance on the
machine, disconnect from electric power.
Call the authorised technician to perform the maintenance operations described in the following chapter.
WARNING: The maintenance operations described in this
chapter must only be carried out by qualified personnel.
6.1.1. Every week
•
Clean machine body with a soft non abrasive cloth.
WARNING: Do not use aggressive detergents or solvents that may ruin machine parts
•
•
•
Verify visually that steam, condensate and compressed air connections do not leak
Verify that visible electrical cabling and air and steam connection tubing are in perfect working order
Verify that pads and covers are in good condition. If they show
any sign of deterioration replace them immediately. Pressing
quality may decrease dramatically if pads and covers are dirty
or damaged.
WARNING: Do not run a machine that does not look in
proper order
INDICATION: always ask for original spare parts. Non
original parts may damage to the machine or decrease
its safety
WARNING for the technician:
Before any kind of maintenance or control intervention:
•
Disconnect the machine from electricity, air and steam
•
Discharge air pressure from the pneumatic circuit by opening
the valve at the air inlet
•
Make sure that all the parts of the machine have cooled down
6.2.1. Electrical circuit maintenance
•
•
•
Verify that electrical connections are properly tightened and do
not show oxidation;
Verify tightening of solenoid valve coils;
Verify state of cable and electrical wiring conditions.
6.2.2. Steam circuit maintenance
•
•
Verify that steam and condensate return connections are properly tightened and do not leak
Verify that steam valve is in good working order and does not
present leakage
6.2.3. Air circuit maintenance
•
Verify that valves and cylinders do not show any loss of air;
6.2.4. Other controls
•
Check that fan blades are free of dirt and lint deposits.
Use only Original spare parts.
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7. Troubleshooting
Refer to Table 7.4 for solutions to the most common malfunction situations.
If the proposed solutions do not work, enter self-diagnosis (paragraph 7.1) to determine if there are failed components.
WARNING - DO NOT SERVICE THE MACHINE YOURSELF
Call the service center in any of the following cases:
•
•
•
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Troubleshooting
the machine has a problem that is not listed in table 7.4
none of the remedies proposed by the table work
control board self-diagnosis shows one or more failures.
Table 7.1
Number displayed
in the Air display
The following fault has occurred
00
Neutral and phase are inverted
01
No power to the component
02
Short circuit at the component
Table 7.2
Number in the The following component has failed
Mix Pause display
06
Solenoid valve E7 - Sleeve arms relaxation
07
Solenoid valve E5 - Open front clamp
08
Solenoid valve E6 - Sleeve arms positioning
09
Solenoid valve E4 - Front clamp side movement
10
Solenoid valve E3 - Rear clamp
11
Coil of remote control switch VT2 - Suction
motor
12
Solenoid valve E2 - Suction
13
Solenoid valve E1 - Collar clamp
14
Coil of remote control switch VT1 - Blower
motor
15
Solenoid valve E11 - Cuff clamp right
16
Steam valve E12
17
Solenoid valve E10- Cuff clamp left
21
Solenoid valve E14 - Carriage down
22
Solenoid valve E13 - Carriage up
To erase faults memory, press PROG until the displays
show: F -- -- --
23
Solenoid valve E8 - Side clamps
24
Solenoid valve E17 - Open side expanders
and
together until the
To exit self-diagnosis program, press
displays STEAM, MIX, PAUSE, AIR show pressing times.
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Solenoid valve E26 - Sleeve arms counterpressure
7.1 Control board self-diagnosis
The control board is equipped with a self-diagnosis software that can
detect common problems to the pneumatic circuit.
and
together for two
1. To enter self-diagnosis mode, press
seconds. The letter “C” appears on the PROG display.
2. Press button
once. The letter F appears on the PROG display. The other displays (STEAM, MIX/ PAUSE, AIR) show information concerning the status of the pneumatic circuit:
•
If there is no failure, the displays show: F -- -- -•
If there are failures, the display STEAM shows the number
of failures occurred (use + or – to scroll all the references). The display MIX/PAUSE shows the code of the failed
component. The display AIR shows the code of the type of
failure.
Failure references are displayed using the codes in tables 7.1 and
7.2.
Figure 7.3 shows an example:
The pneumatic circuit has more than one failures.
The displays show information regarding failure number 2: the back
clamp solenoid valve has no power.
Figure 7.3 - Self diagnosis example
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Table 7.4 - Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible cause
What the user should do
The machine does No power to machine
not start
The display is dim
The collar clamp does
not close
The carriage does not
move
The front clamp does
not move
The rear clamp does
not move
Both side clamps do
not move
Both side expanders
do not move
Both sleeve arms do
not move
No steam from machine
No blowing
Inadequate
tion
ventila-
Check there is electrical power in the facility
Check connection to power lines
Turn on the main power switch
Brightness of the display set too Increase brightness by pressing button + on the control panel
low
The clamp is excluded
Press the COLLAR exclusion button on the control panel to deselect (when the light
is off the clamp works)
Air pressure is inadequate or ab- Check and regulate general pressure to 6 bar (Figure 4.3, knob and gauge on
sent
filter 3)
The parameter H06 is set to 03, Change the setting of the parameter (see table 5.2)
04 or 05
Reflective material is worn out
Replace reflective material strip
The photocell beam does not hit Check that the photocell has not been moved. If necessary, redirect the photocell
the reflective material
beam on the reflective material and lock well the photocell position
Clamp is excluded
Remove the exclusion by pressing the FRONT button on the control panel (when
the light is off the clamp is active)
Air pressure is inadequate or ab- Check and regulate general pressure to 6 bar (Figure 4.3, knob and gauge on
sent
filter 3)
Clamp is excluded
Remove the exclusion by pressing the REAR button on the control panel (when the
light is off the clamp is active)
Air pressure is inadequate or ab- Check and regulate general pressure to 6 bar (Figure 4.3, knob and gauge on
sent
filter 3)
Check and regulate clamps pressure. Minimum pressure is 3 bar
(Figure 4.3, knob 18 and gauge 17)
Clamps are excluded (parameter Set parameter H05 to 01
H05 set to 00)
Air pressure is inadequate or ab- Check and regulate general pressure to 6 bar (Figure 4.3, knob and gauge on
sent
filter 3)
Check and regulate clamps pressure. Minimum pressure is 3 bar
(Figure 4.3, knob 18 and gauge 17)
Air pressure is inadequate or ab- Check and regulate general pressure to 6 bar (Figure 4.3, knob and gauge on
sent
filter 3)
Check and regulate clamps pressure. Minimum pressure is 3 bar
(Figure 4.3, knob 18 and gauge 17)
The arms are excluded
Press the ARMS exclusion button on the control panel to deselect (when the light
is off the arms work)
Air pressure is inadequate or ab- Check and regulate general pressure to 6 bar (Figure 4.3, knob and gauge on
sent
filter 3)
Steam feed valve closed
Open steam feed valve
Steam time set at zero
Set steam time greater than zero
Blowing time set at zero
Set blowing time greater than zero
Blowing adjustment set too low
Shift the blowing adjustment lever (12 - Figure 4.3) towards the + mark
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Machine stop
8. Machine stop
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Figure 8.1. - How to screw the machine to the crate
8.1. Prolonged stop
In case of prolonged stop of the machine:
1. Close steam and air connections
2. Disconnect from electrical power
3. Discharge the pressure in the air circuit
4. Discharge residual condensate
5. Clean the cabinet and the grids from dust and lint
6. Protect the form so that the covers do not get dirty
8.2. Transportation
Figure 8.2. - How to pack the machine for transportation
In case the machine must be moved, follow the instructions below.
1. Close steam and air connections
2. Disconnect from electrical power
3. Discharge the pressure in the air circuit
4. Disconnect air, steam and condensate return connections
5. Discharge residual condensate
6. Clean the cabinet and the grids from dust and lint
7. Move the machine to a crate of suitable size
8. Screw the machine to the crate, using suitable brackets (Figure
8.1)
9. Fold any protruding elements (such as the control panel)
10. Protect the form so that the covers do not get dirty
11. Wrap the machine in cellophane or bubble plastic
12. If necessary, cover the whole machine with a cardboard box
and tighten it to the crate
8.3. Decommissioning
At the end of its life the machine must be properly dismantled and its
parts must be disposed of according to local regulations.
1. Close steam and air connections
2. Disconnect from electrical power
3. Discharge the pressure in the air circuit
4. Disconnect air, steam and condensate return connections
5. Discharge residual water condensate
6. Move the machine to a crate of suitable size
7. Screw the machine to the crate, using suitable brackets (Figure
8.1)
8. Fold any protruding elements (such as the control panel)
9. Give the machine to a specialized recycling center for proper
separation and recycling of all materials (painted steel, stainless steel, copper, plastic, fiberglass, cloth)
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Disposal of Waste Electric and Electronic
Equipment (WEEE) in the European Union
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this
product is subject to separate collection and recycling.
It is your responsibility to dispose of your waste equipment by
handing it over to a designated collection point for the recycling
of waste electrical and electronic equipment. The separate collection and recycling of your waste equipment at the time of disposal
will help to conserve natural resources and ensure that it is recycled in a manner that protects human health and the environment. For more information about where you can drop off your
waste equipment for recycling, please contact the dealer where
you purchased the product.
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Diagrams
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9. Technical diagrams
The diagrams in this chapter are for the exclusive use of the authorized assistance center.
Do not perform maintenance on the machine if not authorized in writing by the Manufacturing Company.
R
S
T
R
N
S
T
E12
ELETTROVALVOLA VAPORE
STEAM SOLENOID VALVE
ELEKTROVENTIL DAMPF
ELECTROVANNE VAPEUR
F1
FUSIBILE 10A
10A FUSE
SICHERUNG 10A
FUSIBLE 10A
ELECTROVALVULA VAPOR
FUSIBLE 10A
IG
INTERRUTTORE GENERALE
MAIN SWITCH
HAUPTSCHALTER
INTERRUPTEUR GENERA.
INTERRUPTOR GENERAL
R12
RELE' COMANDO ELETTROV.
VAPORE
STEAM VALVE CONTROL RELAY
RELAIS DAMPFSTEUERUNG
RELAIS COMMANDE VANNE
VAPEUR
RELÈ MANDO VAPOR
RP
RESISTENZA PALA ANTERIORE
FRONT CLAMP ELEMENT
WIDERSTAND VORDERE ANDRUCKLEISTE
RESISTANCE PALE
ANTERIEURE
RESISTENCIA PALA
FRONTAL
RT
PROTEZ. TERMICA VENTILATORE
BLOWER THERMAL PROTECTION
THERMOSCHUTZ VENTILATOR
PROTECTION THERMIQUE
VENTILATEUR
PROTECCIÓN TÉRMICA
VENTILADOR
SA
ALIMENTATORE TRIFASE 6A
POWER FEED 3ph
SPEISER 3-PHASIG
ALIMENTATEUR 3 PHASE
ALIMENTADOR TRIFASICO
SA1
ALIMENTATORE MONOFASE 6A
POWER FEED 1ph
SPEISER 1-PHASIG
ALIMENTATEUR 1 PHASE
ALIMENTADOR MONOFASICO
TP
TERMOSTATO PALA ANTERIORE
FRONT CLAMP THERMOSTAT
THERMOSTAT VORDERE ANDRUCKLEISTE
THERMOSTAT PALE
ANTERIEURE
TERMOSTATO PALA
FRONTAL
TP1
TERMOSTATO SICUREZZA PALA
ANTER.
FRONT CLAMP SAFETY THERMOSTAT
SICHERHEITSTHERMOSTAT
THERMOSTAT DE
SECURITE PALE
ANTERIEURE
TERMOSTATO SEGURIDAD
VENTILADOR
VT
VENTILATORE
BLOWER
VENTILATOR
MOTEUR SOUFFLAGE
VTA
ASPIRATORE
SUCTION MOTOR
SAUGLÜFTER
MOTEUR ASPIRATION
VT1
CONTATTORE COMANDO VENTILATORE
BLOWER CONTROL SWITCH
SCHALTSCHÜTZ STEUERUNG CONTACTEUR COMMANDE
MOTEUR VT
VENTILATOR
CONTACTOR MANDO
VENTILADOR
VT2
CONTATTORE COMANDO ASPIRATORE
SUCTION MOTOR CONTROL
SWITCH
SCHALTSCHÜTZ STEUERUNG CONTACTEUR COMMANDE
MOTEUR VTA
SAUGLÜFTER
CONTACTOR MANDO
ASPIRADOR
UE
PRESA FERRO ELETTRICO
ELECTRIC IRON PLUG
BÜGELEISEN STECKER
PRISE FER ELECTRIQUE
TOMA PLANCHA
Part
Descrizione
Description
Beschreibung
Désignation
Descripción
ELECTRIC DIAGRAM - SCHEMA ELETTRICO
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ASPIRADOR
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Diagrams
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Cuff clamp left
Steam
Cuff clamp right
&YUSB
Metal deflector
Blower motor control switch
RT = Thermal relay
Collar clamp
Suction
Suction motor control switch
Front hem clamps
Rear clamp
Front clamp side movement
Sleeve arms position
Front hem clamps relay
Front clamp open/close
Sleeve arms release
Right cuff clamp button
Left cuff clamp button
Front clamp micro switch
Start pedal
Photocell
* Non-standard features: available only on some models or only upon request
CONTROL BOARD CONNECTIONS part 1/2
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Diagrams
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Sleeve arms damper
Microswitch arms up
Microswitch arms down
Side clamps exclusion
Side expanders close
Side expanders close aux relay
Side expanders open. SW2 =
microswitch; M9 = Antistretching exclusion button
Side clamps
Carriage up
Carriage down
M8 = Carriage down button
Power supply 24V +
Power supply 0V Shoulders close. M3 = button
Shoulders open. M4 = button
Front clamp safety
CONTROL BOARD CONNECTIONS part 2/2
INGRESSI E USCITE PANNELLO DI CONTROLLO parte 2/2
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Diagrams
22
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Sleeve arms motion
Damper
Raise
Release
Collar clamp
Front clamp open/close
Front clamp safety
Front clamp side movement
Suction
Shoulders movement
Carriage
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Diagrams
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Rear clamp
Side clamps
Left cuff clamp
Right cuff clamp
Expanders movement
E1
Elettrov. Fermacollo
Collar clamp valve
P4
Pistone traslazione pala frontale
Front clamp side movement cylinder
E2
Elettrov. Aspirazione
Suction valve
P5
Pistone apri/chiudi pala frontale
Front clamp open/close cylinder
E3
Elettrov. Pala posteriore
Rear clamp valve
P6.7
Pistone posizionamento braccio SX
Left arm positioning cylinder
E4
Elettrov. Traslazione pala anteriore
Front clamp side movement valve
P6.7A
Pistone posizionamento braccio DX
Right arm positioning cylinder
E5
Elettrov. apertura/chiusura pala anteriore
Front clamp open/close valve
P8
Pistone paletta laterale SX
Left side clamp cylinder
E6
Elettrov. posizionamento bracci
Arms positioning valve
P8A
Pistone paletta laterale DX
Right side clamp cylinder
E7
Elettrov. rilascio bracci
Arms release valve
P10
Pistone pinza polso SX
Left cuff clamp cylinder
E8
Elettrov. palette laterali
Side clamps valve
P11
Pistone pinza polso DX
Right cuff clamp cylinder
E10
Elettrov. pinza polso sinistra
Left cuff clamp valve
P13, P14
Pistoni salita/discesa carro
Carriage up/down cylinders
E11
Elettrov. pinza polso destra
Right cuff clamp valve
P15, P16
Pistoni apri/chiudi spalla SX
Left shoulder open/close cylinder
E13, E14
Elettrov. salita e discesa carro
Carriage up/down valve
P17, P18
Pistroni apri/chiudi espansori
Side expanders open/close cylinders
E15, E16
Elettrov. apri/chiudi spalle
Shoulders open/close valve
P15, P16A
Pistoni apri/chiudi spalla DX
Right shoulder open/close cylinder
E17, E18
Elettrov. apri/chiudi espansori
Side expanders open/close valve
RF
Regolatori di flusso
Flow regulators
E26
Elettrov. ammortizzatore
Damper valve
R1, R2, R3
Riduttori di pressione
Pressure reducers
GFR
Gruppo entrata aria
Air in group
SL
Silenziatori
Silencers
M1, M2, M3
Manometri
Pressure gauges
ST
Valvola di strozzamento
Speed controls
V, V1
Valvola OR
Logic OR valve
Pos.
Descrizione
Description
P1
Pistone fermacollo
Collar clamp cyclinder
P2
Pistone aspirazione
Suction cylinder
P3
Pistone pala posteriore
Rear clamp cylinder
Pos.
Descrizione
Description
PNEUMATIC DIAGRAM - SCHEMA PNEUMATICO
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10. Spare parts diagrams
Please refer to the following diagrams when ordering spare parts.
To avoid mistakes, always provide code and description of the required spare part.
Always use original spare parts.
2
1
pos
0220581
0220574
Code
1
1
PEDALE
MICRO PEDALE
PEDALE MOBILE
PEDAL
MICROINTERRUPTEUR MIKROSCHALTER
PEDAL
MICRO
PEDAL
MICROINTERR. PEDAL
Q.ty
Descrizione
Designation
Description
Descripción
5200A06
6
5
4
3
2
1
pos
PEDAL - PEDALE
ZC01
T603015
C29
0210304
0210110
0180321
Code
Beschreibung
1
1
1
1
1
1
Q.ty
5200A35
ed 0905
KIT GUARNIZIONI
PRONTO TOP
CILINDRO Ø20
RACCORDO
RACCORDO
MANIGLIA F. M8
KIT JOINTS
PRONTO TOP
CYLINDRE Ø20
RACCORD
RACCORD
POIGNEE
DICHTUNGEN
PRONTO TOP
ZYLINDER
VERBINDUNG
VERBINDUNG
GRIFF
GASKET KIT
PAD+COVER
CYLINDER
CONNECTION
CONNECTION
HANDLE
KIT EMPAQUET.
MULLIDO+ TELA COB.
CILINDRO D=20 C=25
CODO
CODO
MANIJA F. M8
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
COLLAR CLAMP - GRUPPO PALA FERMACOLLO
ed 1004
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Spare parts
14
25
ZC02
1
KIT GUARNIZIONI
KIT JOINTS
DICHTUNGEN
GASKET KIT
KIT EMPAQUET.
13
ZC01
2
KIT GUARNIZIONI
KIT JOINTS
DICHTUNGEN
GASKET KIT
KIT EMPAQUET.
12
T603040
1
PRONTO TOP
PRONTO TOP
PRONTO TOP
PAD+COVER
MULLIDO+TELA COP.
11
C33
2
REGOLATORE
REGULATEUR FLUX
REGLER
REGULATOR
REGULADOR
10
C22
1
SILENZIATORE
SILENCIEUX 1/8”
SCHALLDÄMPFER
SILENCER
SILENCIADOR
9
C10
2
CILINDRO Ø20
CYLINDRE Ø20
ZYLINDER
CYLINDER
CILINDRO D=20 C=125
8
C030
1
CILINDRO Ø32
CYLINDRE Ø32
ZYLINDER
CYLINDER
CILINDRO D=32 C=400
7
35293005
24
CUSCINETTO
PALLIER
LAGER
BEARING
COJINETE
6
0240107
1
MOLLA
RESSORT
FEDER
SPRING
MUELLE
5
0221424
2
FOTOCELLULA
PHOTOCELLULE
FOTOZELLE
PHOTOCELL
FOTOCÉLULA
4
0210302
3
RACCORDO M 1/8”
RACCORD M 1/8”
VERBINDUNG
CONNECTION
CODO
3
0190509
1
CLIPS FORCELLA
CLIPS FOURCHE
CLIPS
CLIPS
CLIPS HORQUILLA
2
0190508
1
FORCELLA M8
FOURCHE M8
GABEL
FORK
HORQUILLA
1
0190503
4
TESTINA
CONNEXION
ANSCHLUSSE
CONNECTION
CODO
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
pos
Code
Q.ty
5200A33
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CARRIAGE ASSEMBLY - GRUPPO CARRO
ed 2106
Spare parts
26
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7
Z500
1
INTERRUTT. EMERG.
INTERRUPT. EMERG.
STOP-SCHALTER
EMERG. SWITCH
INTERRUPT. STOP
6
0221412
1
SCHEDA
CARTE ELECTRONIQUE
PLATINE
CARD
TARJETA
5
022140901
1
PANNELLO
PANNEAU
PANEEL
PANNEL
PANEL
4
0221409
1
PANNELLO COMPL.
PANNEAU COMPLET
ELEKTR.
COMPLETE PANEL
PANEL COMPLETO
3
0220591FAS
1
CONDENSATORE
CAPACITOR
KONDENSATOR
CONDENSATEUR
CONDENSADOR
2
0220583
1
INTERRUTT. COMPL.
INTERRUPTEUR COMPL. SCHALTER
COMPLETE SWITCH
PULSANTE COMPL.
3
INTERRUTT. PULS.
INTERRUPTEUR COMPL. SCHALTER
COMPLETE SWITCH
PULSANTE COMPL.
Descrizione
Designation
Description
Descripción
1
0220570
pos
Code
Q.ty
5200A60
5
4
3
2
1
C06
0280501
0210106
0210104
0210103
pos
Code
Beschreibung
CONTROL PANEL - PANNELLO DI CONTROLLO
ed 4705
3
3
3
6
3
REGOLATORE
MANOMETRO
RACCORDO
RACCORDO
RACCORDO
REGULATEUR
MANOMETRE 0-6bar
RACCORD
RACCORD
RACCORD
REGLER
DRUCKWACHTER
VERBINDUNG
VERBINDUNG
VERBINDUNG
REGULATOR
PRESSURE GAUGE
CONNECTION
CONNECTION
CONNECTION
REGULADOR
MANÓMETRO 0-6bar
CODO
CODO
CODO
Q.ty
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
5200A5004
PNEUMATIC ADJUSTMENTS GRUPPO REGOLAZIONI PNEUMATICHE
ed 1004
FSF-ed5006
FSF
Spare parts
27
12
ZC10
2
KIT GUARNIZIONI
KIT JOINTS
DICHTUNGEN
GASKET KIT
KIT EMPAQUET.
11
Z501
1
TERMOREG. 50-220°
THERMOREGULATEUR
WÄRMERREGLER
THERMOREGULAT.
TERMORREGULADOR
10
T603012
1
PRONTO TOP
PRONTO TOP
PRONTO TOP
PAD+COVER
MULLIDO+ TELA COB.
9
0220405
1
TERMOST. SIC. 220°C
THERMOSTAT
THERMOSTAT
THERMOSTAT
TERMÓSTATO
8
C031
1
CILINDRO Ø32
CILINDRO Ø32
ZYLINDER
CYLINDER
CILINDRO D=32 C=50
7
C030
1
CILINDRO Ø32
CYLINDRE Ø32
ZYLINDER
CYLINDER
CILINDRO D=32 C=400
6
6311350
4
RUOTA Ø60
ROUE Ø60
RADER Ø60
WHEEL Ø60
RUEDA Ø60
5
0230128
1
RESISTENZA 1000W
RESISTANCE 1000W
HEIZSTAB 1000W
1000W ELEMENT
RESIST. 1000W
4
0220557
1
MICROINTERRUTT.
MICROINTERRUPTEUR
MIKROSCHALTER
MICRO
MICROINTERRUPTOR
3
0210303
4
RACCORDO
RACCORD
VERBINDUNG
CONNECTION
CODO
2
0190507
1
CLIPS FORCELLA
CLIPS FOURCHE
CLIPS
CLIPS
CLIPS HORQUILLA
1
FORCELLA F. M10
FOURCHE F. M10
GABEL
FORK
HORQUILLA
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
1
pos
0190506
Code
5200A30
FSF-ed5006
Q.ty
FRONT CLAMP ASSEMBLY GRUPPO PALA FRONTALE
ed 2107
Spare parts
28
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
pos
ZC05
Z506
Z505
T603037
T603011
T603038
C30
0210533
0210304
0210110
Code
2
1
1
2
1
1
2
2
4
2
Q.ty
FSF
KIT GUARNIZIONI
KIT MOLLE+GANCI
KIT MOLLE+GANCI
SOFFIETTO
PAD-MAT CAMICIE
CAMICIOTTO
CILINDRO Ø25
RACCORDO
RACCORDO
RACCORDO
KIT JOINTS
KIT RESSORTS
KIT RESSORTS
LATERALE
MOLLETTON
COUVERTURE
CYLINDRE Ø25
RACCORD
RACCORD
RACCORD
DICHTUNGEN
FEDER
FEDER
BALG
PAD-MAT VERKLEIDUNG
BEZUG
ZYLINDER
VERBINDUNG
VERBINDUNG
VERBINDUNG
GASKET KIT
SPRING KIT
SPRING KIT
SIDE COVER
PADDING
COVER
CYLINDER
CONNECTION
CONNECTION
CONNECTION
KIT EMPAQUETAD.
KIT MUELLE+GANCHO
KIT MUELLE+GANCHO
EXTENCIÓN LATERAL
MULLIDO CAMISA
CAMISA
CILINDRO D=25 C=50
CODO
CODO
CODO
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
STANDARD SIZE FORM GRUPPO BUSTO UOMO
ed 3105
FSF-ed5006
FSF
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
pos
Spare parts
ZC08
T603023
C34
C034
0290131
0240108
0240107
0220557
0210105
Code
2
2
2
2
8
2
2
1
2
Q.ty
5200A36
FSF-ed5006
29
KIT GUARNIZIONI
RIVESTIMENTO
SILENZIATORE
CILINDRO Ø16
BUSSOLA
MOLLA
MOLLA
MICROINTERRUTT.
RACCORDO
KIT JOINTS
COUVERTURE
SILENCIEUX 1/4"
CYLINDRE Ø16
DOUILLE
RESSORT
RESSORT
MICRINTERRUPTEUR
RACCORD
DICHTUNGEN
BEZUG
SCHALLDÄMPFER
ZYLINDER
KOMPASS
FEDER
FEDER
MIKROSCHALTER
VERBINDUNG
GASKET KIT
COVER
SILENCER
CYLINDER
BUSH FOR CLAMPS
SPRING
SPRING
MICRO
CONNECTION
KIT EMPAQUETAD.
REVESTIMIENTO
SILENCIADOR
CILINDRO D=16 C=50
CASQUILLO
MUELLE
MUELLE
MICROINTERRUPTOR
CODO
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
SIDE CLAMPS GROUP GRUPPO PALETTE LATERALI
ed 3605
Spare parts
30
FSF
&%
6
5
4
3
2
1
pos
ZC01
T603013
C36
C12
0280904
0280903
Code
L550
2
2
2
4
2
2
Q.ty
KIT GUARNIZIONI
PRONTO TOP
CILINDRO Ø20
REGOLATORE
CREMAGLIERA
RUOTA DENTATA
KIT JOINTS
PRONTO TOP
CYLINDRE Ø20
REGULATEUR
CREMAILLERE
ROUE
DICHTUNGEN
PRONTO TOP
ZYLINDER Ø20
REGLER
ZAHNSTANGE
RADER
GASKET KIT
PAD+COVER
CYLINDER Ø20
REGULATOR
TOOTHED RACK
WHEEL
KIT EMPAQUETAD.
MULLIDO+ TELA COB.
CILINDRO Ø20
REGULADOR
CREMALLERA
RUEDA
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
SIDE EXPANDERS AND FRONT HEM CLAMPS
ESPANSORI LATERALI CON PALETTE ANTERIORI
ed 4505
FSF-ed5006
FSF
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
Spare parts
ZC00
C26
A3138502
A3138501
A31385
A03225
0210103
0190507
0190506
pos
Code
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
Q.ty
31
KIT GUARNIZIONI
CILINDRO Ø25
VENTOLA DX
MOTORE 230/400-50
GR. MOT. 230/400-50
ASPIRATORE
RACCORDO M 1/8”
CLIPS FORCELLA
FORCELLA F. M10
KIT JOINTS
CYLINDRE Ø25
ROTOR VENTIL. DX
MOTEUR 230/400-50
GR. MOT. 230/400-50
ASPIRATEUR
RACCORD M 1/8”
CLIPS FOURCHE
FOURCHE F. M10
DICHTUNGEN
ZYLINDER
RECHTE GEBLäSE
MOTOR 230/400-50
GR. MOT. 230/400-50
ABSAUGER
VERBINDUNG
CLIPS
GABEL
GASKET KIT
CYLINDER Ø25
RIGHT FAN
MOTOR 230/400-50
GR. MOT. 230/400-50
VACUUM
CONNECTION
CLIPS
FORK
KIT EMPAQUET.
CILINDRO D=25 C=50
ROTOR DERECHO
MOTOR 230/400-50
GR. MOT. 230/400-50
ASPIRADOR
CODO
CLIPS HORQUILLA
HORQUILLA
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
MOTOR ASSEMBLY 50Hz - GRUPPO ARIA 50Hz
Part of:
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
pos
ed 3605
all models at 50Hz
ZC00
C26
A3138502
A3138505
A31386
A03226
0210103
0190507
0190506
Code
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
Q.ty
KIT GUARNIZIONI
CILINDRO Ø25
VENTOLA DX
MOTORE 220/380-60
GR. MOT. 220/380-60
ASPIRATORE
RACCORDO M 1/8”
CLIPS FORCELLA
FORCELLA F. M10
KIT JOINTS
CYLINDRE Ø25
ROTOR VENTIL DX
MOTEUR 220/380-60
GR. MOT. 220/380-60
ASPIRATEUR
RACCORD M 1/8”
CLIPS FOURCHE
FOURCHE F. M10
DICHTUNGEN
ZYLINDER
RECHTE GEBLäSE
MOTOR 220/380-60
GR. MOT. 220/380-60
ABSAUGER
VERBINDUNG
CLIPS
GABEL
GASKET KIT
CYLINDER Ø25
RIGHT FAN
MOTOR 220/380-60
GR. MOT. 220/380-60
VACUUM
CONNECTION
CLIPS
FORK
KIT EMPAQUET.
CILINDRO D=25 C=50
ROTOR DERECHO
MOTOR 220/380-60
GR. MOT. 220/380-60
ASPIRADOR
CODO
CLIPS HORQUILLA
HORQUILLA
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
MOTOR ASSEMBLY 60Hz - GRUPPO ARIA 60Hz
Part of:
FSF-ed5006
all models at 60Hz
ed 3605
Spare parts
32
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
pos
S025901
S025401
E028235
0230702
0220750
0220402
0160407
0160109
0160108
Code
1
1
1
1
3
6
1
6
1
Q.ty
5200A40
FSF
COIBENTAZIONE
RECIP. DI VAPORE
ELETTROVALVOLA
BATTERIA A PACCO
GUAINA METALIZZ.
DISTANZIALE
GOMITO
RACCORDO
RACCORDO
ISOLATION
GENERATEUR
ELECTROVANNE
BATTERIE
GAINE METALLISEE
ENTRETOISE
GENOUILLERE
RACCORD
RACCORD
ISOLIERUNG
KESSEL
ELEKTROVENTIL
BATTERIE
HÜLLE
ABSTÄNDER
KNIE
VERBINDUNG
VERBINDUNG
ISOLATION
BOILER
SOLENOID VALVE
BATTERY
COVER
SPACER
ELBOW
CONNECTION
CONNECTION
AISLAMIENTO
CALDERA
ELECTROVALVULA
BATERIA
VAINA METALIZADA
RIOSTRA
CODO
CODO
CODO
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
STEAM GROUP - GRUPPO VAPORE
ed 4404
FSF-ed5006
FSF
Spare parts
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0221419
0220817
0220801
0220763
0220586
0220529
0220566
pos
Code
1
1
1
1
3
1
2
Q.ty
ALIMENTATORE 6A
PORTAFUSIBILE
FUSIBILE 10Ax38
INTERRUT. BLOCC.
RELE’
RELE’ TERMICO
CONTATTORE 20A
ALIMENTATEUR 6A
PORTE FUSIBLE
FUSIBLE 10AX38
INTERRUPTEUR BLOC
RELAIS
RELAIS THERMIQUE
CONTACTEUR 20A
SPEISER
SICHERUNGHALTER
SICHERUNG
HAUPTSCHALTER
RELAIS
RELAIS
KONTAKTOR
FEEDING CARD 6A
FUSE SUPPORT
FUSE
MAIN SWITCH
RELAY
RELAY
CONTACTOR
ALIMENTADOR 6A
PORTAFUSIBLE
FUSIBLE 10A
INTERRUPTOR
RELÉ
RELÉ TÉRMICO
CONTACTOR 20A
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
ELECTRIC PANEL 400V 50Hz
GRUPPO ELETTRICO 400V 50Hz
5200A61
Part of:
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
ed 3605
all models at 50Hz
0221414
0220817
0220801
0220517
0220586
0220594
0220566
pos
33
Code
1
1
1
1
3
1
2
Q.ty
ALIMENTATORE 6A
PORTAFUSIBILE
FUSIBILE 10Ax38
INTERRUT. BLOCC.
RELE’
RELE’ TERMICO
CONTATTORE 20A
ALIMENTATEUR 6A
PORTE FUSIBLE
FUSIBLE 10AX38
INTERRUPTEUR BLOC
RELAIS
RELAIS THERMIQUE
CONTACTEUR 20A
SPEISER
SICHERUNGHALTER
SICHERUNG
HAUPTSCHALTER
RELAIS
RELAIS
KONTAKTOR
FEEDING CARD 6A
FUSE SUPPORT
FUSE
MAIN SWITCH
RELAY
RELAY
CONTACTOR
ALIMENTADOR 6A
PORTAFUSIBLE
FUSIBLE 10A
INTERRUPTOR
RELÉ
RELÉ TÉRMICO
CONTACTOR 20A
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
ELECTRIC PANEL 60Hz
GRUPPO ELETTRICO 60Hz
5200A63
Part of:
FSF-ed5006
all models at 60Hz
ed 3605
Spare parts
34
FSF
VANNE NON
RETOURN
BÜGELEISENABLAGE
REPOSE FER
ALLE-DAMPF BUEGELEISEN FER TOUT-VAPEUR
BÜGELEISENS-HALTER
SUPPORT FER
KUGELVENTIL
VANNE À BILLE
HAKEN
CROCHET
HAKEN
CROCHET
14
W02
2
VALVOLA DI RITEGNO
NON RETURN VALVE RÜCKSCHLAUGVENTIL
VÁLVULA DE RETENCIÓN
13
12
11
10
9
8
S0191001
F316
1230106
0280101
0240203
0240202
1
1
1
1
2
2
SOTTOFERRO
FERRO TUTTO VAPORE
POGGIAFERRO
VALVOLA SFERA
GANCIO FORATO
GANCIO FILETTATO
IRON REST
ALL STEAM IRON
IRON REST
BALL VALVE
HOOK
HOOK
ALFOMBRA PLANCHA
PLANCHA TODO VAPOR
APOYO PLANCHA
VÁLVULA DE BOLA
GANCHO AGUJERADO
GANCHO
7
0240109
2
ANELLO SUPP. MOLLA
RING
RING
BAGUE
ANILLO
6
0240103
2
MOLLA REGGICAVO
SPRING
PEITSCHE
RESSORT
MUELLE
5
4
3
2
1
0220777
0220750
0130416
0130407
0090202
2
2
1
1
1
RIVESTIMENTO
GUAINA
TUBO 7x5
TUBO 5.5x3.5
NIPPLO
COVER
INSULATION
HOSE 7x5
HOSE 5.5x3.5
NIPPLE
ABDECKUNG
HüLLE
SCHLAUCH 7x5
SCHLAUCH 5.5x3.5
NIPPEL
REVÊTEMENT
GAINE METALLISEE
TUYAU 7x5
TUYAU 5.5x3.5
NIPPLE
REVESTIMIENTO
VAINA METALIZADA
TUBO 7x5
TUBO 5.5x3.5
NIPLE
Q.ty
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
pos
Code
L520
ALL-STEAM IRON GROUP (option)
GRUPPO FERRO TUTTO VAPORE (opzionale)
ed 0905
FSF-ed5006
FSF
Spare parts
35
9
P409
1
PISTOLA A TRASCINAMENTO
GUN
PISTOLE
PISTOLET
PISTOLA
8
C06
2
REGOLATORE
REGULATOR
REGLER
REGULATEUR
REGULADOR
7
C05
1
FILTRO
FILTER
FILTER
FILTRE
FILTRO
6
12042004
2
MANOMETRO
PRESSURE GAUGE
MANOMETER
MANOMETRE
MANÓMETRO
5
0240109
2
ANELLO SUPP. MOLLA
RING
RING
BAGUE
ANILLO
4
0240103
2
MOLLA REGGICAVO
SPRING
PEITSCHE
RESSORT
MUELLE
3
0210104
5
RACCORDO
CONNECTION
VERBINDUNG
RACCORD
CODO
2
0170201
1
RACCORDO A T
T-CONNECTION
VERBINDUNG T
RACCORD À T
CODO T
1
RACCORDO A L
L-CONNECTION
VERBINDUNG L
RACCORD À L
CODO L
Q.ty
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
1
pos
0160404
Code
L523
FSF-ed5006
SPRAY GROUP (option)
GRUPPO NEBULIZZATORE (opzionale)
ed 1203
Spare parts
36
FSF
&%
1
0221424
pos
Code
2
FOTOCELLULA
PHOTOCELL
FOTOZELLE
PHOTOCELLULE
FOTOCÉLULA
Q.ty
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
CLAMPS PHOTOCELL (option)
FOTOCELLULA PINZE (opzionale)
L522
5
ZX00
1
ASTA REGGICAVO
4
S0191001
1
SOTTOFERRO SILICONE SILICON IRON REST
CABLE HOLDER ROD KABELHALTER
ed 2106
TIGE SOUTIEN CABLES ASTA SUJETACABLE
SILIKONABLAGE
REPOSE FER SILICONE ALFOMBRA PLANCHA SIL.
FER ELECTRIQUE
2
F012
1
FERRO ELETTRICO
ELECTRIC IRON
BÜGELEISEN
1
1230106
1
POGGIAFERRO
IRON REST
BÜGELEISENABLAGE SUPPORT FER
APOYO PLANCHA
1
SPINA
PLUG
STECKER
FICHE
ENCHUFE
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
1
pos
0220588
Code
L541
Q.ty
ELECTRIC IRON (option)
FERRO ELETTRICO (opzionale)
PLANCHA ELÉCTRICA
ed 4204
FSF-ed5006
FSF
Spare parts
37
21
W02
2
VALVOLA RITEGNO
NON-RETURN VALVE
RÜCKSCHLAUGVENTIL
VANNE NON RETOURN
VÁLVULA DE RETENCIÓN
20
S201402
1
RIVESTIMENTO
BOTTLE COVER
VERKLEIDUNG
REVETEMENT
REVESTIMIENTO
19
S201401
1
SEPARATORE
STEAM SEPARATOR
DAMPFABSCHEIDER
SEPARATEUR
SEPARADOR
18
S0191001
1
SOTTOFERRO SIL.
SILICON IRON REST
SILIKONABLAGE
REPOSE FER SIL.
ALFOM. PLANCHA SIL.
17
S006
1
MINIVALET
MINIVALET
MINIVALET
MINIVALET
MINIVALET
16
F16035
1
SCARIC. CONDEN.
STEAM TRAP
AUSLADER
PURGEUR
DESCARGADOR
15
F021
1
FERRO
IRON
BÜGELEISEN
FER
PLANCHA
14
1230106
1
POGGIAFERRO
IRON REST
BÜGELEISENABLAGE
SUPPORT FER
APOYO PLANCHA
13
0280101
1
VALVOLA
VALVE
VENTIL
VANNE
VÁLVULA
12
0240203
2
GANCIO FORATO
HOOK
HAKEN
CROCHET
GANCHO
11
0240202
2
GANCIO FILETTATO
HOOK
HAKEN
CROCHET
GANCHO
10
0240109
2
ANELLO
RING
RING
BAGUE
ANILLO
9
0240103
2
MOLLA REGGICAVO SPRING
PEITSCHE
RESSORT
MUELLE
8
0220786
1
PRONTO TOP
PAD+COVER
PRONTO TOP
PRONTO TOP
MULLIDO+TELA COB.
7
0220750
2
GUAINA METALIZZ.
COVER
HÜLLE
GAINE METALLISEE
VAINA METALIZADA
6
0160404
1
RACCORDO
CONNECTION
VERBINDUNG
GENOUILLERE
CODO
5
0160302
1
RACCORDO
CONNECTION
VERBINDUNG
RACCORD
CODO
4
0160202
1
RACCORDO
CONNECTION
VERBINDUNG
RACCORD
CODO
3
0160106
1
RACCORDO
CONNECTION
VERBINDUNG
RACCORD
CODO
2
0160103
1
RACCORDO
CONNECTION
VERBINDUNG
RACCORD
CODO
1
TUBO VAPORE
STEAM HOSE
DAMPFSCHLAUCH
TUYAU VAPEUR
TUBO VAPOR
Q.ty
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
1
pos
0130408
Code
L527
FSF-ed5006
STEAM ELECTRIC IRON GROUP (option)
GRUPPO FERRO ELETTROVAPORE (opzionale)
ed 1105
Spare parts
38
FSF
6
S210
1
SEPARATORE
SEPARATEUR
ABSCHEIDER
SEPARATOR
SEPARADOR
5
P10
1
NEBULIZZATORE
NEBULISEUR
ZERSTAENKES
SPRAY
NEBULIZADOR
4
0240109
1
ANELLO
RING
RING
BAGUE
ANILLO
3
0240103
1
MOLLA REGGICAVO SPRING
PEITSCHE
RESSORT
MUELLE
2
0160110
1
RACCORDO
CONNECTION
VERBINDUNG
GENOUILLERE
CODO
1
0130408
3mt
TUBO VAPORE
STEAM HOSE
DAMPFSCHLAUCH
TUYAU VAPEUR
TUBO VAPOR
Q.ty
Descrizione
Description
Beschreibung
Designation
Descripción
pos
Code
L563
SPRAY GROUP WITH P10 (option)
GRUPPO NEBULIZZATORE CON P10 (opzionale)
ed 0606
FSF-ed5006
FSF
Spare parts
9
CORPO ELETTROVALVOLA
39
19
E700001
18
E600024
9
BOBINA
BOBINE
SPÜLE
COIL
BOBINA 24V DC
17
E2524
3
ELETTROV. 5/3 VIE
ELECTROVANNE 5/3 V
ELEKTROVENTIL
SOLENOID VALVE
ELECTROV. 5/3 V
CORPS ELECTROVANNE
VENTILBODEN
SOLENOID VALVE BODY
CUERPO ELECTR.
16
E2124
4
ELETTROV. 5/2 VIE
ELECTROVANNE 5/2 V
ELEKTROVENTIL
SOLENOID VALVE
ELECTROV. 5/2 V
15
E0212006
10
BOBINA
BOBINE
SPÜLE
COIL
BOBINA 24V DC
14
C12
1
REGOLATORE
REGULATEUR 1/8”
REGLER
REGULATOR
REGULADOR
13
C22
14
SILENZIATORE
SILENCIEUX 1/8”
SCHALLDÄMPFER
SILENCER
SILENCIADOR
12
C16
1
GRUPPO FILTRO
FLITRE
FILTER
FILTER
GR. FILTRO
11
35251001
1
MANOMETRO
MANOMETRE
DRUCKWACHTER
PRESSURE GAUGE
MANÓMETRO
10
0280303
2
SELETTORE CIRC.
SELECTEUR 1/8 OR
WÄHLER
SELECTOR
SELECTOR
9
0210521
1
RACCORDO
RACCORD
VERBINDUNG
CONNECTION
CODO
8
0210520
3
RACCORDO
RACCORD
VERBINDUNG
CONNECTION
CODO
7
0210511
5
RACCORDO
RACCORD
VERBINDUNG
CONNECTION
CODO
6
0210506
1
RACCORDO
RACCORD
VERBINDUNG
CONNECTION
CODO
5
0210501
2
RACCORDO
RACCORD
VERBINDUNG
CONNECTION
CODO
4
0210303
3
RACCORDO
RACCORD
VERBINDUNG
CONNECTION
CODO
3
0210302
2
RACCORDO
RACCORD
VERBINDUNG
CONNECTION
CODO
2
0210107
26
RACCORDO
RACCORD
VERBINDUNG
CONNECTION
CODO
RACCORDO
RACCORD
VERBINDUNG
CONNECTION
CODO
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
1
pos
0210103
Code
5202A50
FSF-ed5006
14
Q.ty
PNEUMATIC COMPONENTS - GRUPPO PNEUMATICO
ed 3605
Spare parts
40
FSF
14
ZC01
2
KIT GUARNIZIONI
KIT JOINTS
DICHTUNGEN
GASKET KIT
KIT EMPAQUETAD.
13
ZC00
2
KIT GUARNIZIONI
KIT JOINTS
DICHTUNGEN
GASKET KIT
KIT EMPAQUETAD.
12
C26
2
CILINDRO Ø25
CYLINDRE Ø25
ZYLINDER
CYLINDER
CILINDRO D=25 C=50
11
C22
2
SILENZIATORE
SILENCIEUX 1/8”
SCHALLDÄMPFER
SILENCER
SILENCIADOR
10
C12
4
REGOLATORE
REGULATEUR 1/8”
REGLER
REGULATOR
REGULADOR
9
C10
2
CILINDRO Ø20
CYLINDRE Ø20
ZYLINDER
CYLINDER
CILINDRO D=20 C=125
8
5210379
4
FISSAGGIO POLSINO
RUBBER
MOUSSE CAOUTCHOUTEE
GUMMI
GOMA
7
0240132
2
MOLLA
RESSORT
FEDER
SPRING
MUELLE
6
0220611
2
PRESSACAVO
PRESSE-CABLE
KABELPRESSEN
CABLE HOLDER
PISACABLE
5
0220570
2
INTERRUTT. PULS.
INTERRUPTEUR
SCHALTER
COMPLETE SWITCH
PULSANTE COMPL.
4
0210302
2
RACCORDO
RACCORD
VERBINDUNG
CONNECTION
CODO
3
0190509
2
CLIPS FORCELLA
CLIPS FOURCHE
CLIPS
CLIPS
CLIPS HORQUILLA
2
0190508
2
FORCELLA M8
FOURCHE M8
GABEL
FORK
HORQUILLA
2
MANIGLIA A RIPR.
POIGNEE
GRIFF
HANDLE
MANIJA
Descrizione
Designation
Beschreibung
Description
Descripción
1
pos
0180301
Code
Q.ty
5200A34
MANUAL SLEEVE CLAMP - PINZA MANICHE MANUALE
ed 3605
FSF-ed5006
FSF
FSF-ed5006
Spare parts
41
42
Spare parts
FSF
FSF-ed5006
FSF-ed5006
Dealer
Manufacturer
Document identification
Edition:
5006
Date created:
15/09/2005
Date last edited:
01/06/2007
Document code:
FSF-ed5006