NEPTUNE 1, NEPTUNE 2 NEPTUNE 2 Special Quick Start Guide

NEPTUNE 1, NEPTUNE 2
NEPTUNE 2 Special
Quick Start Guide
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This document
This document contains the safety information
relevant for the appliance along with a quick
start guide.
Prior to using the appliance for the first
time, be sure to read this document
through and keep it ready to hand.
Further support
Detailed information on the appliance can
be found in the operating instructions, which
you can download from our web site at
www.nilfisk-alto.com.
For further queries, please contact the Nilfisk
service representative responsible for your
country. See reverse of this document.
Important safety instructions
the appliance must
 only be used by persons, who have been
instructed in its correct usage and explicitly
commissioned with the task of operating it
 only be operated under supervision
 not be used by children
High pressure hoses and couplings are safety
relevant. Only use parts recommended by the
manufacturer
Oil- or gas heated machines must be placed
in well ventilated areas
Purpose and intended use
This high-pressure cleaner has been designed
for professional use. It can be used for cleaning
agricultural and construction equipment, stables, vehicles, rusty surfaces, etc.
The cleaner has not been approved for cleaning
surfaces which comes into contact with food.
Any other use is considered as improper use.
The manufacturer accepts no liability for any
damage resulting from such use. The risk for
such use is borne solely by the user. Proper use
also includes proper operation, servicing and
repairs as specified by the manu­facturer. See
operating instructions.
Original instruction
General
Use of the high pressure cleaner is subject to the
applicable local regulations.
Besides the operating instructions and the binding accident prevention regulations valid in the
country of use, observe recognised regulations
for safety and proper use.
Transport
1.
2.
3.
For safe transport in and on vechicles we
recommend to prevent the equipment from
sliding and tilting by fixing it with belts
Transport (when tilted):
- Unplug the machine before tilting it.
- Do not tilt the machine on the front.
When transported at or below 0°C, pour
anti-freeze into the water boiling tank and
suck up anti-freeze through the pump beforehand.
Storage
Store the appliance in a dry place, protected
from frost.
NEVER START-UP A FROZEN MACHINE.
Frost damages are not ­c overed by the
­guarantee!
Before use
Before starting up your machine, please check
it carefully for any defects. If you find any, do
not start up your machine. Contact your Nilfisk
distributor.
Especially check:
High pressure hose and spraying pistol.
 The insulation of the electric cable should be
faultless and without any cracks. If the electric cable is damaged, an authorized Nilfisk
distributor should replace it.
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Water connection
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Never operate the cleaner without water.
Even brief shortages of water result in severe damage to the pump seals.
This high pressure washer/cleaner is only
allowed to be connected with the drinking
watermains, when an appropriate backflow preventer has been installed, Type
BA according to EN 1717. If the back
flow preventer hasn’t been supplied, one
can be ordered from your dealer. The
length of the hose between the backflow
preventer and the high pressure washer
must be at least 6 metres (min diameter
3/4 inch) to absorb possible pressure
peaks. Operation by suction (for example
from a rainwater vessel) is carried out
without backflow preventer. Contact your
dealer for suction set recommendations.
As soon as water has flown through the
BA valve, this water is not considered to be
drinking water any more.
Observe required water quantity and water
pressure.
In the case of poor water quality (sand, etc.)
add a water filter to the machine.
Rinse the water supply hose briefly in order to prevent sand and other dirt particles
entering into the machine.
Mains power connection
The following should be observed when
­connecting the high pressure washer to the
electric installation:
 Only connect the machine to an installation
with earth connection.
 The electric installation shall be made by a
certified electrician.
 According to IEC 60364-1 it is strongly recommended that the electric supply to this
machine should include a residual current
device (GFCI).
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Extension cables
Inadequate extension cables can be dangerous.
Cables on drums should always be completely
unwinded to prevent the cable from overheating.
Extension cables should be of a watertight construction and comply with the below-mentioned
requirements for length and cable dimensions.
Cable length
up to 20 m
20 to 50 m
Cross section
< 16 A
< 25 A
2.5 mm2
1.5 mm2
2.5 mm2
4.0 mm2
 Cable connections should be kept dry and off
the ground.
During operation
 High pressure jets can be dangerous. Never
direct the water jet at persons, pets, live electrical equipment or the machine itself.
 Never try to clean clothes or footwear on
yourself or other persons.
 The operator and anyone in the immediate
vicinity of the site of cleaning should take action to protect themselves from being struck
by debris dislodged during operation. Wear
goggles during operation.
 Do not cover the machine during operation.
 Never use the machine in an environment
where there could be a danger of explosion.
If any doubt arises, please contact the local
­authorities.
 It is not allowed to clean asbestos-­containing
surfaces with high pressure.
 This high pressure washer must not be used
at temperatures below 0°C.
Only use correct fuel as specified. Improper
fuels can cause severe hazard.
Repair and maintenance
Always remove the electric plug from the socket
before carrying out maintenance work on the
machine.
Original instruction
Safety devices
Locking device on spray gun:
The spray gun features a locking device. When
the pawl is activated, the spray gun cannot be
ope­rated.
Thermal sensor:
A thermal sensor protects the motor against
overloading. The machine will restart after a few
minutes when the thermal sensor has cooled.
Quick start guide
Pages 2 – 4 feature a pictorial quick reference
guide, which is designed to help you when starting up, operating and storing the appliance. This
quick start guide does not replace the separate
operating instructions, which describes the appliance in detail. The opera­ting instructions also
contain further information on the operation,
maintenance and repair of the appliance.
Pressure safety device
An integrated hydraulic safety valve protects the
system from excessive pressure.
Thermal safety device:
A thermal safety device placed in the chimney
protects the machine from overheating. The
safety device must only be replaced by a NilfiskALTO technician.
Guarantee
Our general conditions of business are applicable with regard to the guarantee.
Unauthorised modifications to the appliance,
the use of incorrect accessories, spare parts
and cleaning chemicals in addition to using the
appliance in a way other than for the intended
purpose exempt the manufacturer from any liability for the resulting damage.
Recycling the washer
Make the old cleaner unusable immediately.
1. Unplug the cleaner
2. Cut the electric cable.
3. Do not discard electrical appliances with
household waste.
As specified in European Directive
2002/96/EC on old electrical and electronic appliances, used electrical
goods must be collected separately
and ­r ecycled ecologically. Contact
your local authorities or your nearest dealer for
further information.
Original instruction
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EU Declaration of Conformity
Product:
High Pressure Cleaner
Type:
NEPTUNE 1
Description:
230 V 1~, 50 Hz / IP X5
Type:
NEPTUNE 2
Description:
230 V 1~, 50 Hz / 400 V 3~, 50 Hz / IP X5
Type:
NEPTUNE 2 Special
Description:
230 V 1~, 50 Hz / 400 V 3~, 50 Hz / IP X5
The design of the unit corresponds to the EC Machine Directive following pertinent regulations:
EC Low-voltage Directive
EC EMC Directive
Applied harmonised standards:
EN ISO 12100-1, EN ISO 12100-2,
EN 60335-2-79 EN 55014-1(2002), EN
55014-2(2001), EN 61000-3-2 (2006)
Applied national standards and technical IEC 60335-2-79
specifications:
Anton Sørensen
General Manager EAPC
Technical Operations
80
2006/42/EC
2006/95/EC
2004/108/EC
Brøndby, 2010
Nilfisk-ALTO
www.nilfisk-alto.com
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