Minuteman X839 Asbestos Series Instruction manual

Parts and Instruction Manual
X839 Asbestos Series
Wet/Dry Vacuum
This manual is furnished with each new MINUTEMAN X839 Asbestos Vacuum. This provides the
necessary operating and preventive maintenance instructions. Operators must read and understand this
manual before operating or servicing this machine.
This machine was designed to give you excellent performance and efficiency. For best results and
minimal cost, please follow the general guidelines below:
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Operate the machine with reasonable care.
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Follow the manufacturers suggested maintenance instructions as provided in this booklet.
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Use original Minuteman supplied parts.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Model
Model No.
C83985-16
C83985-15
C83905-16
C83905-15
C83930-16
C83930-15
C83985-21
C83985-20
C83905-21
C83905-20
C83930-21
C83930-20
X839
Polyethylene
Wet/Dry
Voltage
115
230
115
230
115
230
115
230
115
230
115
230
Tank Size
15 gal (57 ltr)
15 gal (57 ltr)
15 gal (57 ltr)
15 gal (57 ltr)
15 gal (57 ltr)
15 gal (57 ltr)
20 gal (76 ltr)
20 gal (76 ltr)
20 gal (76 ltr)
20 gal (76 ltr)
20 gal (76 ltr)
20 gal (76 ltr)
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Air Flow
95 CFM (2.69 m³/min)
95 CFM (2.69 m³/min)
115 CFM (3.26 m³/min)
115 CFM (3.26 m³/min)
100 CFM (2.83 m³/min)
100 CFM (2.83 m³/min)
95 CFM (2.69 m³/min)
95 CFM (2.69 m³/min)
115 CFM (3.26 m³/min)
115 CFM (3.26 m³/min)
100 CFM (2.83 m³/min)
100 CFM (2.83 m³/min)
Waterlift
85” (2159mm)
85” (2159mm)
105” (2667mm)
105” (2667mm)
130” (3302mm)
130” (3302mm)
85” (2159mm)
85” (2159mm)
105” (2667mm)
105” (2667mm)
130” (3302mm)
130” (3302mm)
Table of Contents
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS .............................................................................................. 1
Inspection ............................................................................................................................................ 2
Electrical - 115 Volt ............................................................................................................................. 2
Electrical - 240 Volt ............................................................................................................................. 2
Grounding Instructions ...................................................................................................................... 2
User Maintenance Instructions ......................................................................................................... 3
Cloth Bag & Hose Assembly .............................................................................................................. 3
Cord Storage ....................................................................................................................................... 3
Tank/Filter Set-Up Procedure ............................................................................................................ 4
Procedures for Removing Contaminated Filters / Cleaning of Contaminated Tank ..................... 4
Poly Tank with 1:1 Adapter ................................................................................................................ 6
WARNING INSTRUCTIONS FOR 800012 & 805037 PLASTIC BAGS ............................................... 7
Exploded Views .................................................................................................................................. 8
Lid Assembly ................................................................................................................................... 8
Lid Assembly BOM .......................................................................................................................... 9
Bag Assembly ............................................................................................................................... 10
Adapter Assembly ......................................................................................................................... 11
Tank Assembly .............................................................................................................................. 12
Optional Industrial Tools and Accessories .................................................................................... 13
Hose Assemblies ........................................................................................................................... 14
Minuteman International Made Simple Commercial Limited Warranty ........................................ 15
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FOR COMMERCIAL USE ONLY
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using an electrical appliance, basic precautions should always be followed, including the
following:
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING
WARNING - To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury:
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Do not leave appliance when plugged in. Unplug from outlet when not
in use and before servicing.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electrical shock - Do not expose to rain. Store indoors.
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Do not allow to be used as a toy. Close attention is necessary when used by
or near children.
Use only as described in this manual. Use only manufacturer’s recommended
attachments.
Do not use with damaged cord or plug. If appliance is not working as it
should, has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or dropped into water,
return it to a service center.
Do not pull or carry by cord, use cord as a handle, close a door on cord, or
pull cord around sharp edges or corners. Do not run appliance over cord.
Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
Do not handle plug or appliance with wet hands.
Do not put any object into openings. Do not use with any opening blocked;
keep free of dust, lint, hair, and anything that may reduce air flow.
Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all parts of body away from openings
and moving parts.
Do not pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes,
matches or hot ashes.
Do not use without dustbag and/or filters in place.
Turn off all controls before unplugging.
Use extra care when cleaning on stairs.
Do not use to pick up flammable or combustible liquids such as gasoline
or use in areas where they may be present.
Connect to a properly grounded outlet only. See grounding instructions.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Inspection
Carefully unpack and inspect your machine for shipping damage. Each unit is tested and
thoroughly inspected before shipment, and any damage is the responsibility of the delivery
carrier who should be notified immediately.
Electrical - 115 Volt
This machine is designed to operate on a standard 15 amp. 115 volt, 60 hz, AC circuit.
Voltages below 105 volts AC or above 125 volts AC could cause serious damage to the motor.
Electrical - 240 Volt
This machine is designed to operate on a standard 16 amp. type L fused 230 volt, 50 hz,
AC circuit. Voltages below 200 volts AC or above 250 volts AC could cause serious damage to
the motor. I.E.C. Class I.
WARNING
Electric motors can cause explosions when operated near explosive materials or vapors. Do
not operate this machine near flammable materials such as solvents, thinners, fuels, grain
dust, etc.
Grounding Instructions
This appliance must be grounded. If it should 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 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.
DANGER - Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a
risk of electric shock. Check with a qualified electrician or service person if you are in doubt as
to whether the outlet 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 nominal 120-volt circuit and has a grounding plug that looks like
the plug illustrated in sketch A below. Make sure that the appliance is connected to an outlet
having the same configuration as the plug. No adapter should be used with this appliance.
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User Maintenance Instructions
All service and repair should be performed by a qualified vacuum service representative
or electrician. No user serviceable components are employed in the electrical vacuum
lid head assembly. No lubrication of the motor is required.
Cloth Bag & Hose Assembly
Cloth bag and hose assy. are user maintenance items and can be replaced when
worn out. Cloth bags can be maintained by blowing dust off of the bag and then
laundered. Cloth bags should be completely dryed before re-installing into machine.
For optimum performance, empty and clean filter bag regularly. A clogged and dirty
bag restricts the flow of air and
results in reduced vacuum. The Hose Assy. can be maintained by wiping off with a
dampened cloth of mild liquid soap and water, then allowed to dry.
Cord Storage
While not in use storage can be accomplished by winding cord around motor lid assy.
Cord should be completely unwound from Lid Assy. during operation.
• Do not use with damaged cord or plug. If appliance is not working as it should, has
been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or dropped into water, return to service center.
• Do not pull or carry by cord, use cord as handle, close a door on cord, or pull cord
around sharp edges or corners. Do not run appliance over cord. Keep cord away
from heated surfaces.
• Do not unplug by pulling cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
• Do not handle plug or appliance with wet hands.
• Always unplug the machine when removing the head off the tank. This equipment
should be stored indoors and not exposed to rain.
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Tank/Filter Set-Up Procedure
Refer to “Poly Tank with 1:1 Adapter”
1. When using the poly adapter for dry pick-up follow the described procedures below for
poly 6 mil. bag installation.
A. Insert poly bag into tank assembly draping all excess bag height over the edge
of tank. Fully open bag inside tank to ensure that the bag is not bunched up and
fully extended to the bottom of tank.
B. Depending on the weight of the dry material being recovered, it may be necessary
to slit the poly bag 2" horizontally approximately 2" down from the top of the tank.
This will stop the poly bag from closing in on the bottom on the poly adapter. After
filling the bag tie off bag below slit and remove from tank.
2. Install poly 1:1 adapter (4) on top of tank assy. (6) as shown and snap tank latches.
3. Install filter protector (3) over cloth filter (2) and place in poly 1:1 adapter (4).
4. Position vacuum motor lid assy. (1) on top of poly 1:1 adapter and snap lid latches
in place.
5. For proper cleaning of tank and removal/changing of filters, see procedure for
removing contaminated filters and for cleaning of contaminated tank. (Page 5)
Procedures for Removing Contaminated
Filters and for Cleaning of
Contaminated Tank
For the benefit of your health, you should always wear a face mask approved for use with
asbestos any time you are using or cleaning this vacuum cleaner. You should also wear
gloves.
1. Unplug machine from power source.
2. Carefully and slowly remove lid only (be sure you have not accidentally lifted the
cloth filter bag at the same time). Set the lid/filter assembly aside.
3. Gently tap the inside of the cloth bag to loosen any particles that may be on the
opposite surface. Do this all around the inside surface of the bag.
4. Gently remove the cloth bag and set aside.
5. Remove filter protector from poly 1:1 and place in plastic bag marked “Hazardous
Materials.”
6. Using a wiping cloth, dampened with water (not soaking wet), wipe down all of the
exposed surfaces inside of the 1:1 poly; put the cloth aside - do not discard.
7. Remove poly 1:1 adapter and wipe down bottom side of poly adapter.
8. Tie off poly bag inside tank and remove. Wipe down inside of tank and dispose
of cloth.
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CHANGING THE PREFILTER SLEEVE
The prefilter sleeve should be changed, using all of the precautions previously mentioned. The
prefilter sleeve should be changed when any of the following takes place:
1. Anytime there is an indication of a filter tear during normal operation of the unit. This tear
could be in any of the filters used.
a. paper dust containment bag
b. cloth filter bag
c. paper bag protector
These tears would show up during the tank clean-out procedure, or....
2. Every other tank clean-out period.
To change the prefilter sleeve, do the following:
a. Wipe down all of the exposed surfaces on the underside of the removed lid, using
the dampened wiping cloth.
b. Remove the prefilter sleeve from the high efficiency filter. Be careful to not damage
or puncture the media used in the final filter. Do not attempt to clean the prefilter
sleeve in any way; dispose of by placing it into the tank you are now in the process
of cleaning. DO NOT USE ANY TOOLS TO REMOVE THE PREFILTER SLEEVE.
c. Before proceeding any further in cleaning the tank, first place a new prefilter sleeve
onto the HEPA / ULPA filter.
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Poly Tank with 1:1 Adapter
1. Motor Lid Assembly
2. Cloth Filter with Frame
3. Filter Protector
4. 1:1 Poly Adapter
5. Plastic Liner for Top Fill Dry Pickup
6. 15/20 Gallon Poly Tank
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WARNING INSTRUCTIONS FOR
800012 & 805037 PLASTIC BAGS
TO PREVENT OVERHEATING AND DAMAGE TO THE MACHINE PLEASE FOLLOW THE
INSTRUCTIONS BELOW!
After placing the plastic recovery bag inside the tank, use a sharp knife to cut a 1” slit in the bag
at the top edge of the tank, on the side opposite the vacuum intake. This will allow the vacuum
pressure to equalize on both sides of the bag and prevent it from collapsing when the vacuum
motor is turned on. Failure to follow this instruction may cause overheating or more serious
damage and may void the warranty on this machine!
PLEASE DO NOT DISCARD THESE INSTRUCTIONS!
KEEP THIS SHEET WITH THE BAG PACKAGE!
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Exploded Views
Lid Assembly
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Lid Assembly BOM
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PART NO.
110003
110012
110028PKG
110030PKG
110038
110039
255008
255039
255040
290030
380001-4
380054
380005
380028
380064
381020
740600
450088
710329
710355
711124
711126
711310
711373
711502
711505
711519
711552
711553
711803
712532
712908
715029
715069
715102
715103
715104
715115
715501
740014
740088
740116
760212
760213
760896PLT
760897PLT
760898PLT
760899
760903
760904
760905
809754
828995
831478
831484
831524
831526
831626
831652
832070
833237
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DESCRIPTION
MOUNTING PLATE (110038)
MOUNTING PLATE (110039)
PREFILTER SLEEVE, PKG OF 6 (110038)
PREFILTER SLEEVE, PKG OF 6 (110039)
FILTER-HEPA, 10"
FILTER-ULPA, X839 SERIES
BRUSH, CARBON - 105/130
VACUUM MOTOR, BYPASS 115V-105
VACUUM MOTOR, BYPASS 240V-105
LID GASKET DIECUT 15G 290
VACUUM MOTOR, BYPASS 115V-85 (ECM)
VACUUM MOTOR, BYPASS 240V-85
BRUSH, CARBON - 85 (ECM)
BRUSH, CARBON - 85
RING, FOAM
CORD-16GA-3 50FT MED GREY
CORD-EUROPEAN F3 G1.5MM 50FT
SPACER-SWITCH, FOAM
SCR-MC 8-32 X .50 ZINC
SCR-MC RD HD 10-32 X .50 ZINC
SCR-ST-B 10 X .37 NI
SCR-ST-B 10 X .75
NUT-HEX 10-32 ST PL
NUT-NYLOC 1/4-20
WSR-FLT #8
WSR-FLT 1/4
WSR-FLT .25 X 1.01 X .06
WSR-INT LOCK #8
WSR-INT LOCK #10
PIN-COTTER .06 X .75
SCR-MC 10-24 X 1.00 SS
NUT-FLANGED WIZZ 10-24
DECAL-NAME PLATE SERIAL
DECAL-FILTERS CHECK
DECAL-P/V HEPA 85
DECAL-P/V HEPA 105
DECAL-P/V HEPA 130
DECAL-WARNING PV DRY
DECAL-MADE IN USA
QC-14-16G 1/4 FULL INS FEMALE
SWITCH-VAC LIGHT SENSOR
WIRE ASSY 16G GRN/YEL 14.50"
VAC SENSOR TUBE
VENTURI TUBE
SHROUD, MOTOR PLATED
MOTOR COVER PLATED P/V
CAP MOTOR P/V PLATED
HANDLE BAIL PIC VAC
MOTOR LID ASY PV HEPA
BUSHING-SNUB .375 X .469 X .43
GASKET, FILTER MOUNTING PLATE
SWITCH-ROCKER
GASKET-NEOP 2.5X6X.62
GASKET-NEOP 6 X 7.5 X .37
GASKET 3.5 X 4.5 X .37
VACUUM MOTOR, 3-STAGE 115V-130
VACUUM MOTOR, 3-STAGE 240V-130
GASKET 4 X 7.37 X .250
SPACER-.264 X .344 X .750 ALM
CONNECTOR
STRAIN RELIEF W/ NUT
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Bag Assembly
ITEM
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4
PART NO.
750097
760131
805054
805057
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BAG FRAME WELDMENT ASY
MOLDED BAG RING- BLACK
BAG, CLOTH BAG ONLY NEW STYLE
BAG ASY COMP W/FRAME
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Adapter Assembly
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PART NO.
380046
390001
390002
390035
390037
390087
390088
390101
390108
390110
712530
712565
715381
760234
760260
762300
800422
800423
828893
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DESCRIPTION
BALL, HOLLOW RUBBER
MOLDED TRIGGER
SPRING-RETURN
LATCH 390 SERIES COATED
ADAPTER POLY 1:1 BURGUNDY
GASKET DIECUT VNN
GASKET PS BACK 1:1 POLY
INTAKE
PIN-PIVOT
INTAKE ASSEMBLY ALUMINUM
SCR-MC 10-24 X .62 SS
SCR-MC 1/4-20 X .62 SS
DECAL-MMAN .8 X 5.5 LT GREY
BAG, LINT TRAP FILTER 10 X 9 1
SPRING-RETAINER BAG
MOUNTING PLATE PRE FILTER
LIQUID SHUTOFF PLATE
LATCH PLATE ZINC PLT
RIVET-BAP KTR64BX
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Tank Assembly
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PART NO.
390031
390033
390035
390041
390051
710182
711352
711444PLT
711505
711524
711594
711713
712541
712761
715119
715120
715383
804457
828894
828980
833316
833831
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HANDLE PLT 390 SERIES
AXLE 390 SERIES PLATED
LATCH-390 SERIES COATED
TANK 15GRC NO HOLES
TANK 20GRC W/ NO HOLES
SCR-MC 1/4-20 X 1.00 ZINC
NUT-ACORN 1/4-20 ST N1
NUT-WELD 1/4-20 PLATED
WSR-FLT 1/4
WSR-WAVE .52 X .87 X .01
WSR-FLT .56 X .88 X .03 NICKEL
RET RING-E EXT .50
SCR-TR HD 1/4-20 X 1.0 SS
WSR-FLT .28 X 1.25 X .059 SS
DECAL-DANGER 3.25 X 7
DECAL-INSTRUCTIONS 3.25 X 7
DECAL-MMAN 1 X 6.88 LT GRAY
CASTER-3" BLACK HUB/GREY TIRE
RIVET-POP BAPKTR-69
GASKET
DRAIN PLUG
CLAMP BACK PLATE
WHEEL-8.00 DIA.
TANK ASY 15GRC NO INT W/DP
TANK ASY 20GRC NO INT W/DP
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Optional Industrial Tools and Accessories
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Hose Assemblies
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Minuteman International Made Simple Commercial Limited Warranty
Minuteman International, Inc. warrants to the original purchaser/user that the product is free from defects in
workmanship and materials under normal use. Minuteman will, at its option, repair or replace without charge, parts
that fail under normal use and service when operated and maintained in accordance with the applicable operation and
instruction manuals. All warranty claims must be submitted through and approved by factory authorized repair
stations.
This warranty does not apply to normal wear, or to items whose life is dependent on their use and care, such as belts,
cords, switches, hoses, rubber parts, electrical motor components or adjustments. Parts not manufactured by
Minuteman are covered by and subject to the warranties and/or guarantees of their manufacturers. Please contact
Minuteman for procedures in warranty claims against these manufacturers.
Special warning to purchaser -- Use of replacement filters and/or prefilters not manufactured by Minuteman or its
designated licensees, will void all warranties expressed or implied. A potential health hazard exits without original
equipment replacement.
All warranted items become the sole property of Minuteman or its original manufacturer, whichever the case may be.
Minuteman disclaims any implied warranty, including the warranty of merchantability and the warranty of fitness for a
particular purpose. Minuteman assumes no responsibility for any special, incidental or consequential damages.
This limited warranty is applicable only in the U.S.A. and Canada, and is extended only to the original user/purchaser
of this product. Customers outside the U.S.A. and Canada should contact their local distributor for export warranty
policies. Minuteman is not responsible for costs or repairs performed by persons other than those specifically
authorized by Minuteman. This warranty does not apply to damage from transportation, alterations by unauthorized
persons, misuse or abuse of the equipment, use of non-compatible chemicals, or damage to property, or loss of
income due to malfunctions of the product.
If a difficulty develops with this machine, you should contact the dealer from whom it was purchased.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state. Some
states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of special, incidental or consequential damages, or limitations on how
long an implied warranty lasts, so the above exclusions and limitations may not apply to you.
Cord Electric Group………. Three years parts, two years labor, ninety days travel (Not to exceed two hours)
Exceptions………. Port-A-Scrub, one year parts, six months labor
MPV 13, one year parts
MPV 14 and 18, two years parts, one year labor
RapidAir blower, one year parts, one year labor
Explosion-Proof Vacuum, one year parts, one year labor
Pneumatic Vacuums, three years parts, one year labor
EX 12 and EX12H, one year parts, one year labor
Battery Operated Group….. Three years parts, two years labor, ninety days travel
(Not to exceed two hours)
Exceptions……Sweepers, one year parts, one year labor, ninety days travel
(Not to exceed two hours)
Internal Combustion Group….One year parts, one year labor, ninety day travel
(Not to exceed two hours)
Replacement Parts……………..Ninety days
Batteries………………………….0-3 months replacement, 4-12 months pro-rate
Polypropylene Plastic Tanks…Ten years, no additional labor
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