McCulloch PROMAC 33 Operator`s manual

Operator’s Manual
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A. General description
1 - BAR
2 - CHAIN
3 - FUEL TANK CAP
4 - OIL TANK CAP
5 - STOP SWITCH
6 - STARTER HOUSING
7 - STARTER HANDLE
8 - FRONT HANDLE
9 - AIR FILTER COVER
10 - CHOKE KNOB
11 - CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT SCREWS
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
- SAFETY CHAIN BRAKE
- BAR RETAINING NUTS
- CHAIN CATCHER
- MUFFLER SHIELD
- REAR HANDLE
- THROTTLE TRIGGER LOCKOUT
- THROTTLE TRIGGER
- CHAIN BRAKE COVER
- CHAIN ADJUSTER SCREW / INTENZ
- SPIKE/SPACER
- THROTTLE ADVANCE
Safety precautions
If not used properly this Promac 33 can be dangerous.
The warnings and safety instructions must be followed to ensure reasonable
safety and efficiency in using this product. The operator is responsible for
following the warnings and instructions in this manual and on the product.
Explanation of Symbols
Read operator’s manual carefully
Always have a first aid kit nearby
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Wear safety clothing:
Approved safety glasses or face shield
Noise emission to the environment
according to the European
Community’s Directive.
Approved safety helmet
This product is in accordance with
applicable EC directives.
Approved ear defender
Do not smoke while refuelling
or while operating the machine
Approved gloves
Approved safety footwear
Warning - Caution
Choke fully opened (hot start /run)
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Choke partially opened
Regular cleaning is required
Choke closed (cold start)
Do not cut with the end on the bar,
this may cause kickback
Visual check
Never use the machine with only one
hand
Switch off the engine by moving the
stop switch to the STOP position
before carrying out any checks or
maintenance.
Special Training is required to service
and repair chain saws
Brake engaged / disengaged
Always use the machine with both
hands
Beware of kickback
B. Safety precautions
1 All operators should read this manual carefully before
using this chainsaw; only use this machine for usage
specifically mentioned in this manual.
Wear suitable clothing. This should include snugly-fitting
(safety) clothing, sturdy boots, heavy duty gloves, goggles
or a face screen and ear plugs or ear mufflers. Wear a helmet if there is risk of falling objects or projections from
trees.
2 Always hold the chainsaw firmly with both hands when
the engine is running. Always maintain a firm foothold.
Ensure you are able to stop the engine quickly if necessary.Do not work up a tree unless you have received suitable training and have the appropriate equipment (belts,
ropes, safety hooks etc.) for this type of work.
We strongly recommend that all first-time chainsaw users
obtain practical instruction on safe chainsaw usage
before operating the chainsaw.
Do not operate this machine when tired or under the influence of any substances, drugs or alcohol which can
impair vision, dexterity or judgement.
Prolonged use of chainsaws or other machines exposing
the operator to vibration may produce Whitefinger’s
Disease (Raynaud’s Phenomenon). This may reduce the
hands’ ability to feel and regulate temperature and may
produce general numbness. Continual or regular users
ENGLISH - 2
should therefore monitor closely the condition of their
hands or fingers. If any of the symptoms appear, seek
immediate medical advice.
3 Never carry the chainsaw with the engine running.
Whenever carrying a chainsaw, even for short distances,
the chain should be covered by the chain guard (scabbard) and the bar should point backwards.
When transporting the chainsaw in a vehicle, secure the
saw to prevent fuel spillage.
4 To avoid kick-back, do not attempt to cut with the nose of
the bar. Ensure the engine is running at full throttle before
commencing to cut. To avoid kick-back, do not let the
nose of the bar come into contact with logs, branches, the
ground or any other obstruction. Do not allow any part of
the chain to come into contact with rock, nails or wire
fence
Ensure the chain is kept sharp and correctly tensioned.
Keep the spike or the saw body against the wood when
cutting. Use only genuine accessories and spare parts.
We recommend you have your unit periodically checked
and serviced by an authorised dealer.
Do not use chainsaw above shoulder height.
5 Do not operate the chainsaw near a naked flame or spilled
fuel. Only operate the chainsaw outside and in well ventilated areas.
After re-fuelling, always wipe off any spilled fuel. Move the
chainsaw away from the fuelling point before starting the
engine.
6 Keep by-standers and animals out of the work area; at a
minimum distance of 10 m or twice the timber length. If
necessary, use warning signs to keep on-lookers at a distance.
Carefully survey the working site to note any hazards, eg.
roads, paths, electricity cables, dangerous trees etc. Do
not use the chainsaw if the device for stopping the chain
(safety chainbrake) does not work correctly. Never place
hands on the chain whilst the engine is running. Ensure
someone is within hearing distance in case of an accident.
If this is not possible, it is recommended that users operating chainsaws in remote areas carry an adequate
first-aid kit with them and ensure someone knows their
location. Never leave the engine running while the tool is
unattended.
ONLY USE ORIGINAL SPARE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES.
C. Bar and chain installation - Intenz
Ensure engine is always switched off before fitting or
adjusting chain. Wear a pair of protective gloves when
fitting or adjusting chain.
1 Ensure chain brake lever is in disengaged position (A).
Remove retaining nuts (B) and cover.
2 Turn the adjusting screw (D) counterclockwise taking it
fully back.
3 Feed chain into bar groove ensuring correct direction of
chain (P).
4 Work the chain around sprocket and set the bar as illus-
trated, make the lower hole (F) coincide with the pin (G) of
the adjusting screw.
5 Reposition side cover.
6 Lock nuts (B) finger tight.
Adjust chain tension pin by turning screw (D) so that when
lifting the chain an entire drive link is just visible.
The chain is correctly tensioned when there is no slack on
the underside of the bar, and it runs freely in bar groove.
Tighten the bar retaining nuts with the wrench, pushing
bar tip upwards.
D. Fuel mix
Use only fuel recommended by this manual. This product is
fitted with a 2-stroke engine and therefore requires a 2-stroke
petrol and oil mix.
Use unleaded petrol with a minimum octane rating of 90.
Only use oil from sealed containers. In order to obtain a good
fuel mix, put the oil into the container before the petrol.
The use of sub-standard petrol or oil may reduce performance or reduce the life of certain components.
tainer specifically designed for the purpose. Never store
engine with fuel in the tank in enclosed, poorly ventilated
areas, where fuel fumes may reach an open flame, spark or
pilot light such as in a furnace, water heater, clothes dryer etc.
Petrol fumes can cause an explosion or a fire.
Never store large amounts of fuel.
To prevent possible restarting problems avoid running the
fuel tank dry. This also helps to extend engine life.
UNLEADED PETROL
If using unleaded petrol, you must use a totally synthetic 2stroke engine oil or branded 2-stroke engine oil, see table.
CHAIN LUBRICATION
IMPORTANT
Always shake the fuel mix container thoroughly before pouring any fuel mix.
Fuel mix properties may deteriorate with time and should be
used up within 2 months.
We recommend that you prepare fuel mix according to your
immediate requirements only. Never use fuel mix more than
2 months old so as to avoid possible engine damage.
WARNING
Do not smoke when re-fuelling.
Always open the fuel cap slowly, to release any pressure
build up in the tank.
Re-fuel in open spaces only, keeping away from naked
flames or sparks.
SAFE STORAGE OF FUEL
Petrol fuel mix is highly inflammable. Put out all cigarettes,
pipes and cigars before working with fuel. Avoid spilling fuel.
Store fuel in a cool, well ventilated place, in an approved con-
IMPORTANT
The service life of the bar and chain depends on good lubrication.
Always use chain lubricating oil of medium viscosity. We recommend special McCulloch chain lubricating oil.
Never use waste oil for this purpose. This results in damage
to the bar, the chain and the oil pump.
Refill the chain oil tank each time the saw is refuelled.
To prevent possible restarting problems avoid running the
fuel tank dry. This also helps to extend engine life.
NOTE: Saw chain stretches during use particularly when
it is new, and it will occasionally be necessary to adjust
and tighten it. A new chain will require adjustment after
about 5 minutes of operation.
The mechanical oil pump for chain lubrication can be
adjusted.
The feed rate of the chain oil pump can be adjusted by
means of the regulating screw (A) (see details in the illustration).
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E. Starting and stopping
IMPORTANT
Never start or operate unless bar and chain are properly
installed. Before starting always move the saw away from the
fuelling area and place it on a firm, flat surface, the guide bar
to the front.
STARTING A COLD ENGINE
1 Check that the chain brake is in the disengaged position
moving the lever (L) towards the front handle.
Move the stop switch upwards .
2 Slide the choke lever (A) to the CLOSED position (OUT).
Press the primer bulb (C) several times.
3 Depress throttle trigger lock out (S). Depress throttle trigger (G) and then operate throttle advance (P) moving it
backwards.
4 Hold the saw firmly as shown in illustration and pull the
starter rope until the engine fires once.
Beware of moving chain!
5 Move choke lever (A) to the OPEN position (IN). Push the
decompression valve (D) down if your models is fitted with
one.
Pull the starter rope until the engine starts.
Allow engine to warm up for ten seconds for better cutting
performance.
Squeeze the throttle trigger (G) to release the throttle
advance.
If engine fails to start, repeat these instructions.
6 The engine is stopped by depressing the STOP switch to
STOP position.
After lengthy use of the chain at full speed,we recommend
to run the engine for a few seconds at idle speed before
stopping it.
STARTING A WARM ENGINE
Check that the ignition switch is not in the “stop” position
and do not use the throttle lock.
Hold the saw firmly, press valve (D) for decompression and
pull the starter rope.
STARTING A WARM ENGINE AFTER RE-FUELLING
In the fuel tank as run completely dry, procede to start as
with a cold engine.
F. Usage
IMPORTANT
Before using a chain saw read the Operator’s Manual and all
safety precautions carefully.
FELLING TREES
– Make sure that there are no bystanders or animals in the
work area.
– Study the direction of the fall of the tree and then plan your
exit path away from the planned direction of fall.
– Don’t fell trees when there is a strong wind.
1 Clear the tree base of interfering limbs and brush. Clean
the work area from stones or other objects which could
damage the chain. If the tree has large protruding roots,
remove them before felling (see illustrations).
2 A) Cut a felling notch (A) of 45°on the side you want the
tree to fall to a depth of about one third of the trunk
diameter (d). Then make a felling cut (B) about 5 cm
higher than the felling notch on the opposite side of the
tree. Make sure that the felling cut does not go right
through the trunk. A hinge (C) must always be left to
provide control over the direction of the fall.
B) Use wedges to control the moment and direction of the
fall.
3 When the tree starts to fall, walk away along your preplanned escape path.
CUTTING FALLEN TRUNKS
4 A) Limbing thick branches. For limbing and bucking
leave the lower limbs to support the log off the ground.
B) Supported at one end only. Begin with a bottom cut
made by the upper side of the bar (A); the depth of the
cut should be about one third of the log diameter.
Finnish with a top cut (B) meeting the first one. With
this technique splitting, cracking can be avoided
C) Supported at both ends. Begin with a top cut about
one third of the log diameter. Then finish with a bottom
cut (B) meeting the first one. this technique avoids the
risk of pinching the bar in the log.
D) If the log is supported along its whole length it may be
cut normally from above. Take care not to touch the
ground with the chain.
• When working on a slope always stand on the uphill.
• When cutting prepared timber, use clamps or chocks to
secure work.
• Use extreme caution when cutting small size brush and
saplings which may catch the chain and pull you off balance.
G. Carburettor adjustment
We suggest carburetor adjustments are made by an authorized servicing dealer.
The carburetor has three adjustment screws:
• L: The needle screw L governs the fuel flow at low speed
and also the acceleration from low to full speed.
To set screw L: close screw L turning it clockwise without
forcing.
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Then open screw 1 1/4 full turn (counterclockwise) .
If acceleration is not smooth, open another 1/4 turn to
increase fuel flow .
• H: The needle screw H governs fuel flow at high speed
(throttle valve fully open).
To set hi speed screw H: close screw H turning it clockwise without forcing .
Then open screw 1 1/4 full turn (counterclockwise) .
If the engine speed is too high, open the screw about 1/4
turn (counterclockwise).
• I: The I (IDLE) screw controls the throttle opening to govern idle speed (2900 min-1) adjust as necessary.
CAUTION: increased idle speed may cause chain movement.
The carburetor is adjusted for normal operation during production. When considerable changes of altitude require a supplementary adjustment, contact an authorised service station
which offers the latest in tools, parts and technical assistance.
H. Routine maintenance
Ensure engine is always switched off before any kind of
maintenance operation.
much oil in the fuel mix) or a poor quality of oil in the fuel
mix. Check and correct.
CHAIN: Check tension regularly. A new chain will require more
frequent adjustment. Loosen retention nuts. Tighten chain (see
assembly instructions). Tighten retention nuts and adjust.
4 OIL FILTER
The oil filter is on the end of the oil suction hose inside the
oil tank.
To clean and replace the filter pull it out through the oil tank
filter opening. Use a piece of bent wire or long forceps.
To remove deposits from the oil tank half-fill it with
kerosene or petrol and shake thoroughly. Drain off and fill
the tank with fresh saw chain oil.
Never use waste oil.
1 BAR
– Clean the bar groove (K) and check the lubrication holes
(L) in the bar to ensure that they are not clogged.
– Grease sprocket periodically. Rotate sprocket and
repeat.
– Rotate bar periodically to maximise bar life.
2 AIR FILTER
– A dust clogged air filter may cause carburetor problems.
This may prevent the engine from reaching its maximum
r.p.m. and cause high fuel consumption.
– Remove cover.
– Wash filter in petrol (do not use fuel which is mixed with
oil).
– The filter can also be cleaned with compressed air.
– Replace filter if damaged or if it does not seal tightly in
the air box.
3 SPARK PLUG
Remove and clean the spark plug every 30 hours. Check
the electrode gap (0,5/0,6 mm. - 0.025 inches).
– Replace spark plug about every 100 working hours or
whenever it is extremely encrusted.
– Heavily encrusted electrodes can result from an incorrect carburetor setting or from wrong fuel mixture (too
5 FUEL FILTER
To change fuel filter remove the tank cap and pull out the
filter with a piece of bent wire or long forceps. Replace the
filter as shown in the illustration and reposition it.
It is recommended to replace the fuel filter at least once a
year.
CHAIN BRAKE
– WARNING: Contact your service dealer if anything
appears wrong with your chain brake. Do not disassemble or manipulate the mechanism of the chain brake.
– Clean the brake mechanism periodically (without disassembling it) and control the wear of the band visually.
• PERIODICALLY: It is important to clean the saw thoroughly particularly around cylinder fins to avoid overheating of
the engine.
• LONG STORAGE: Empty fuel and run engine until dry.
I. Safety chain brake
Your chain saw is fitted with a safety chainbrake
designed to stop the chain in milliseconds in case of
kickback. Always hold the saw firmly in both hands.
The chain brake does not provide a total protection if the
machine is used without taking the necessary precautions
and maintenances.
The chain brake is intended to engage automatically in case
of kickback.
The chain brake can also be engaged manually by pushing
the chain brake lever forwards.The manual use of the chain
brake is recommended only at idle.
Always test the chain brake before using your saw. Do this by
engaging the brake at idle (see below).
Always release the brake before starting.
Kickback may occur if the end of the bar (see illustrated
angle) touches any solid object.
Never attempt to start a cut with the end of the bar.
Kickback is a violent upward and rearward movement of the
bar and may cause you to lose control of the machine.
Therefore you should avoid starting a cut with this part of the
bar. Always keep a firm grip on the saw with both hands
because, in case of kickback, it is the contact of the left hand
with the brake lever which will help to engage the brake.
CHAIN BRAKE TESTING:
1 The chain brake (A) is disengaged when brake lever is
pulled back and locked(chain can move).
2 The chain brake (A) is engaged when brake lever is in the
position (chain cannot rotate).The chain brake should snap
into both positions.If strong resistance is felt or lever does
not move into either position, DO NOT USE YOUR SAW.
Take it immediately to an authorized servicing dealer.
3 CHAIN CATCHER
This unit is fitted with a chain catcher below the drive
spocket. This is intended to stop the rearward movement of
the chain in case of breakage or if it should come out of the
bar. It should never be removed.
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L. Chain sharpening
1 Chain cutter teeth can be sharpened with a round file,
as follows:
CHAIN
FILE
MP 370 GLX
5/32”
The exact chain type is marked on the bottom half of the
drive link which runs inside the bar groove.
Filing can be made easier by also using a file holder.
The chain can remain fitted on the bar during sharpening.
Before commencing, the chain should be tensioned correctly and the chain brake should be activated to prevent
the chain from moving.
2 To obtain a correct sharpening the file must be carefully
held to maintain 3 basic angles:
– “A” Top angle
30° - 35°
– “B” External, side angle
85° - 90°
– “C” Internal, side angle
60°
File in one direction only, from the “inside” of the cutter
tooth towards the “outside”.
Do not allow the file to touch the chain as you bring it
back to re-position it. Each cutter tooth should be filed
with the same number of strokes.
3 The file should be held horizontally to the cutter tooth
being sharpened.
4 Best results to obtain a precise sideways angle can be
obtained by holding the file so that it rises 0,5 mm above
the top face of the cutter tooth.
5 DEPTH GAUGE
Correct depth gauge height is vital to ensure maximum
chain life and cutting efficiency.
The height of the depth gauge should be lowered as the
cutter tooth is filed back; this height should be checked
every 4 or 5 sharpenings.
The best way to do this is to use a flat file and a depth
gauge tool.
The correct setting is 0.65 mm below the top edge of the
cutter tooth.
The cutter tooth depth gauge should then be rounded (D).
Specification
THIS PRODUCT MEETS THE SAFETY STANDARD REQUIREMENT OF THE EUROPEAN
MACHINERY DIRECTIVE
DISPLACEMENT (cm3)
BORE AND STROKE (mm)
ENGINE OUTPUT (kW)
ENGINE SPEED AT MAX POWER (min-1)
MAXIMUM SPEED (min-1)
MINIMUM SPEED (min-1)
DRY WEIGHT (Kg) (NO BAR AND CHAIN)
CHAIN PITCH (9,525 mm)
CHAIN GAUGE (mm)
BAR LENGTHS (cm)
No. OF SPROCKET TEETH
OIL TANK CAPACITY (cm3)
FUEL TANK CAPACITY (cm3)
SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL (AT THE OPERATOR’S EAR). LpAav (dBA) (EN 27182 - EN 608)
GUARANTEED SOUND POWER LEVEL (dBA)
MEASURED SOUND POWER LEVEL (dBA)
VIBRATION LEVEL (ISO 7505 - EN 608) (m/s2)
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33
37x30
1,2
7.000
11.000
2.900
3,1
3/8”
1,3
30
6
150
230
95,9
113
111,14
8,5
Fault finding table
Engine will not start
Check STOP switch
is in the position I.
Control fuel level
min. 25% tank capacity.
Engine runs badly
Engine runs badly or
looses power when cutting
•
Check air filter is clean.
•
•
•
•
Remove spark plug,
dry it, clean it and adjust it,
and replace it, if necessary.
•
•
Control and adjust
the carburetor screws if necessary.
The chainsaw runs
but does not cut well
•
•
Change fuel filter.
Contact your dealer.
•
Carefully follow the chain
assembly instructions.
•
Check chain is sharp.
Otherwise, contact your dealer.
•
Engine still gives trouble: contact your dealer.
ENGLISH - 7
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A EC Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned, authorised by E.O.P.I., declares that the petrol-driven chainsaw Promac 33, manufactured by E.O.P.I. 23868 Valmadrera (LC),
Via Como 72, Italy, is in accordance with the European Directives 98/37/CEE (Machinery Directive), 73/23/EEC (Low Voltage Directive),
93/68/CEE (CE Marking Directive) & 89/336/CEE (Directive on electromagnetic compatibility). Directive 2000/14/CEE (Annex V).
B Déclaration de conformité Européenne
Le soussigné, dûment mandaté par E.O.P.I., déclare que les tronçonneuses thermiques Promac 33, fabriqué par E.O.P.I.
Via Como 72 Valmadrera, Lecco, Italia, est conforme aux Directives Européennes 98/37/CEE (Directive Sécurité Machine), 73/23/EEC
(Directive Basse Tension), 93/68/CEE (Directive Marquage CE) & 89/336/CEE (Directive EMC). Directive 2000/14/CEE (Annexe V).
C CE Konformitätserklärung
Der Unterzeichnete, bevollmächtigt durch E.O.P.I., erklärt, daß die Kettensägen mit Benzinmotor Promac 33, hergestellt durch E.O.P.I. 23868
Valmadrera (LC), Via Como 72, Italy, den Europäischen Richtlinien 98/37/CEE (Maschinenrichtlinie), 73/23/EEC (Niederspannungsdirektive),
93/68/CEE (CE Kennzeichnungsrichtlinie) & 89/336/CEE (EMV Richtlinie) entspricht. Richtlinie 2000/14/CEE (Anhang V).
D Dichiarazione di Conformità CE
Il sottoscritto, autorizzato dalla E.O.P.I., dichiara che la sega a catena portatile da legno Promac 33, costruito dalla E.O.P.I. 23868
Valmadrera (LC), Via Como 72, Italia, é conforme alle Direttive Europee: 98/37/CEE (Direttiva Macchine), 73/23/EEC (Direttiva Bassa Tensione),
93/68/CEE (Direttiva Marcatura CEE) & 89/336/CEE (Direttiva Compatibilità Elettromagnetica). Direttiva 2000/14/CEE (Allegato V).
E Declaracion de cumplimiento de la directriz de la UE
El abajo firmante, autorizado por E.O.P.I., afirma que las motosierras de gasolina Promac 33, fabricado por E.O.P.I.
23868 Valmadrera (LC), Via Como 72, Italy, cumple con las directivas Europeas 98/37/CEE (Directiva sobre Maquinaria), 73/23/EEC
(Directiva sobre Bajo Voltaje), 93/68/CEE (Directiva sobre Marcas de la CE) & 89/336/CEE (Directiva sobre ‘Compatibilidad Electro Magnetica’).
Directiva 2000/14/CEE (Anexo V).
F EG Conformiteitsverklaring
Ondergetekende, gemachtigd door E.O.P.I., verklaart dat de benzine aangedreven kettingzaag Promac 33, geproduceerd door E.O.P.I. 23868
Valmadrera (LC), Via Como 72, Italy voldoet aan de Europese Richtlijnen 98/37/CEE (Machinerie Richtlijn), 73/23/EEC (Matala jännite-direktiivi),
93/68/CEE (EG Markering Richtlijn) & 89/336/CEE (Richtlijn aangaande elektromagnetische compatibiliteit). Richtlijn 2000/14/CEE (Annex V).
L EG-försäkran om överensstämmelse
Undertecknad, auktoriserad av E.O.P.I., försäkrar att bensindrivna kedjesågar Promac 33, tillverkade av E.O.P.I.
23868 Valmadrera (LC), Via Como 72, Italy, är i överensstämmelse med följande europeiska direktiv 98/37/CEE (Maskindirektiv), 73/23/EEC
(Lågspänningsdirektiv), 93/68/CEE (CE-märknings-direktiv) & 89/336/CEE (Elektromagnetisk kompatibilitet). Direktiv 2000/14/CEE (Annex V).
: EU Overensstemmelse-erklæring
Undertegnede, bemyndiget af E.O.P.I., erklærer herved, at benzindrevne kædesave Promac 33, E.O.P.I. 23868 Valmadrera (LC), Via Como
72, Italy, er i overensstemmelse med de eurpæiske direktiver 98/37/CEE (Maskineri direktiv), 73/23/EEC (Direktiv for lavspænding),
93/68/CEE (CE mærkningsdirektiv) & 89/336/CEE (EMC-direktiv). Direktiv 2000/14/CEE (Annex V).
/ EU Julistus Vastaavuudesta
Allekirjoittanut, E.O.P.I. in valtuttaamana, vakuuttaa että bensiinimoottorisahat Promac 33, ja jotka on valmistanut E.O.P.I. 23868 Valmadrera
(LC), Via Como 72, Italy, on Euroopan direktiivien 98/37/CEE (Koneisto-direktiivi), 73/23/EEC (Matala jännite-direktiivi), 93/68/CEE (CE
Merkintä-direktiivi) & 89/336/CEE (Elektromagneettinen Yhteensopivuus-direktiivi) mukainen. Direktiivi 2000/14/CEE (Liite V).
; EF Erklæring om Overensstemmelse
Undertegnede , autorisert av E.O.P.I., erklærer at bensindrevne kjedesager Promac 33, produsert av E.O.P.I. 23868 Valmadrera (LC), Via
Como 72, Italy, er i overensstemmelse med følgende europeiske direktiver: 98/37/CEE (Maskindirektiv), 73/23/EEC (Direktiv for lavspenning),
93/68/CEE (CE-merkingsdirektiv) & 89/336/CEE (Direktiv om elektromagnetisk kompatibilitet). Direktiv 2000/14/CEE (Annex V).
G Declaração de Conformidade CE
O abaixo assinado, autorizado por E.O.P.I., declara que as serras mecänícas a gasolina Promac 33, fabricada por E.O.P.I. 23868 Valmadrera
(LC), Via Como 72, Italy, estão de acordo com as Directivas Europeias 98/37/CEE Directiva de Maquinaria), 73/23/EEC (Directiva sobre
Baixas Tensões), 93/68/CEE (Directiva de Marcação CE) e 89/336/CEE (Directiva de Compatibilidade Electromagnética). Directiva
2000/14/CEE (Apêndice V).
@ ∆ήλωση Συµµρφωσης προς τις Eντολές της EE
O υπογεγραµµένος, µε eξουσιοδτηση της E.O.P.I., δηλωνω τι: τα βενζινοκίνητα αλυσοπρίονα Promac 33, κατασκευασθέντα απ
την E.O.P.I. 23868 Valmadrera (LC), Via Como 72, Italy, ανταποκρίνονται προς τις Eυρωπαϊκές Eντολές, 73/23/CEE Oδηγία χµηλής
Tάσης (ασφάλεια), 98/37/CEE (η περί Mηχανηµάτων Eντολή), 93/68/CEE (η περί του Σήµατος CE Eντολή) & 89/336/CEE (η περί
Hλεκτροµαγνητικής Συµβαττητας Eντολή). Kαvοvιδµς 2000/14/CEE (V).
≤ EC nyilatkozat
Alulírott, a E.O.P.I. által meghatalmazott ezennel kijelenti, hogy a benzinmotoros láncfúrész Promac 33, amelyet a E.O.P.I. 23868
Valmadrera (LC), Via Como 72, Italy gyárt, megfelelnek a 98/37/CEE európai irányelvnek (gépi berendezések irányelv), a 73/23/ EEC, a
93/68/CEE európai irányelvnek (CE-irányelv) és a 89/336/CEE (az elektromágneses kompatibilitásra vonatkozó irányelv). Direktíva
2000/14/CEE (Melléklet V).
} Deklaracja zgodnoîci z przepisami Unii Europejskiej
Producent E.O.P.I. deklaruje, że następująde produkty: przyrząd do ścinania trawy na obrzeżach Promac 33 są zgodne z europejskimi
normani 98/37/CCE (Zalecenie odnośnie Maszyn Unii Europejskiej) 93/68/CEE (Zalecenie odnośnie markowania) & 89/336/CCE
(Zalecenie odnośnie elektromagnetycznej kompatybilności), 73/23/CEE (Low Voltage Directive) (Zalecenie odnośnie niskiego napięcia).
Dyrektywa 2000/14/CEE (Aneks V).
Valmadrera, 01.10.01
Pino Todero (Direttore Tecnico), E.O.P.I., 23868 Valmadrera (LC), Via Como 72, Italy
23868 Valmadrera (Lecco), Via Como 72, Italia.
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