E-PUSH 2 - Ancra Australia

REMS E-Push 2
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
E-PUSH 2
Powerful, electric pressure testing pump for
pressure and tightness tests of piping systems
and receptacles.
1800 4 ANCRA
www.ancraaustralia.com
f) If operating a power tool in a damp location is unavoidable, use a residual
current device (RCD) protected supply. Use of an RCD reduces the risk of
electric shock.
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3) Personal safety
a) Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use common sense when operating a power tool. Do not use a power tool while you are tired or under the
influence of drugs, alcohol or medication. A moment of inattention while
operating power tools may result in serious personal injury.
b) Use personal protective equipment. Always wear eye protection. Protective
equipment such as dust mask, non­skid safety shoes, hard hat, or hearing
protection used for appropriate conditions will reduce personal injuries.
c) Prevent unintentional starting. Ensure the switch is in the off-position before
connecting to power source and/or battery pack, picking up or carrying the
tool. Carrying power tools with your finger on the switch or energising power
tools that have the switch on invites accidents.
d) Remove any adjusting key or wrench before turning the power tool on. A
wrench or a key left attached to a rotating part of the power tool may result in
personal injury.
e) Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times. This enables
better control of the power tool in unexpected situations.
f) Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or jewellery. Keep your hair,
clothing and gloves away from moving parts. Loose clothes, jewellery or long
hair can be caught in moving parts.
4) Power tool use and care
a) Do not force the power tool. Use the correct power tool for your application.
The correct power tool will do the job better and safer at the rate for which it was
designed.
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b) Do not use the power tool if the switch does not turn it on and off. Any power
tool that cannot be controlled with the switch is dangerous and must be repaired.
c) Disconnect the plug from the power source and/or the battery pack from
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the power tool before making any adjustments, changing accessories, or
storing power tools. Such preventive safety measures reduce the risk
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5) Service
e) Maintain power tools. Check for misalignment or binding of moving parts,
1 On/Off switch
8 "Pressure" regulating valve
a) Have
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f) Keep cutting tools sharp and clean. Properly maintained cutting tools with
5 High-pressure hose
12 Connection piece with pressure
sharp
cutting edges are
less
likely to bind
and are easier
to control.
Safety
instructions
for
electric
pressure
testing
pump
6 Nozzle for high-pressure hose
gauge and shutoff valve (accessory)
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5) not
Service
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use the electrical device if it is damaged. There is a danger of accident.
1
On/Off
switch
8
"Pressure"
regulating
valve
Read all safety warnings and all instructions. Failure to follow the warnings and
a) Havethe
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2
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12 Connection piece with pressure trical device. This ensures that the safety of the device is maintained.
Safety instructions for electric pressure testing pump
1) Work
area safety
6 Nozzle
for high-pressure hose
gauge and shutoff valve (accessory) ● Apply the electrical device horizontally and dry for operation. Penetration
of
water
into the electrical device increases the risk of electric shock.
a) Keep
work
area
clean
and
well
lit.
Cluttered
or
dark
areas
invite
accidents.
7 "Test" shutoff valve
WARNING
● Do not aim liquid jets at the electrical device, not even for cleaning. Pene­
b) Do not operate power tools in explosive atmospheres, such as in the
● The electrical device develops a very high pressure of up to 6 MPa (60 bar,
presence of flammable liquids, gases or dust. Power tools create sparks
tration of water into the electrical device increases the risk of electric shock.
General Safety Warnings
870 psi). So be very careful. Keep third parties away from the work area when
which may ignite the dust or fumes.
● Do not suck up inflammable or explosive liquids, for example petrol, oil,
working with the electrical device.
c) KeepWARNING
children and bystanders away while operating a power tool. Distractions
alcohol, solvent, with the electrical device. The fumes or liquids can ignite or
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● Examine the high-pressure hose for damage very time before using. Damaged
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instructions
may
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and/or
serious
injury.
2) Electrical safety
high­pressure hoses can burst and cause injury.
fumes or liquids can ignite or explode.
a) Power
tool
plugs must
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Never reference.
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Do not use any adapter plugs with earthed (grounded) power tools. Unmo­
trical device. This ensures that the safety of the device is maintained.
the electrical device run empty for about 1 minute, if necessary, to drain off
dified
plugs
and
matching
outlets
will
reduce
risk
of
electric
shock.
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1) Work area safety
remaining
water.
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body
contact
with earthed
such
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of water into the electrical device increases the risk of electric shock.
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work
area clean
and well or
lit.grounded
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dark areas
inviteasaccidents.
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off at the On/Off switch (1) and pull out the mains plug for longer
if your
body is earthed
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presence
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tration of water into the electrical device increases the risk of electric shock.
work breaks. Electrical devices can cause hazards which lead to material damage
c) Do not
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or wet conditions. Water entering a power
which
may ignite
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fumes.
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or injury when left unattended.
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will
increase
the
risk
of
electric
shock.
c) Keep children and bystanders away while operating a power tool. Distractions
alcohol, solvent, with the electrical device. The fumes or liquids can ignite or
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not operate the electrical device for long periods on a closed sanitary
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● Do not operate the device in rooms where there is a risk of explosion. The
could be damaged by overheating.
2) Electrical
safety
parts.
Damaged
or entangled cords increase the risk of electric shock.
fumes or liquids can ignite or explode.
a) Power
tool plugs
must
match
the outlet.
Never
modifycord
the plug
in any
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outdoors,
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the electrical device run empty for about 1 minute, if necessary, to drain off
dified plugs and matching outlets will reduce risk of electric shock.
device safely may not use this electrical device without supervision or
shock.
remaining water.
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or grounded
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work breaks. Electrical devices can cause hazards which lead to material damage
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customer service workshop in case of damage.
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cable cross-section at least with the protection class approved in 1.4.
Electrical data. Use extension leads up to a length of 10 m with cable cross­
section 1.5 mm², from 10 – 30 m with cable cross­section 2.5 mm².
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Read the operating manual before starting
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Power tool complies with protection class I
CAUTION
Open the "Pressure" regulating valve (8) fully by turning to the left before
switching on the electric pressure test pump. If the pressure is set too high, the
pipe system or vessel to be tested could be damaged.
The"Pressure"regulatingvalve(8)canbepresetwiththepressurelimitadjusting wheel (11) in 6 pressure steps form approx. 0.5 – 6 MPa (5 – 60 bar/
73–870psi).Itisrecommendedtosetthepressurelimitadjustingwheel(11)
to pressure step 1 for normal pressure and leak testing of pipe systems. This
avoids undesirable overloading of the pipe system. The higher pressure settings
should only be chosen in special cases in which a higher test pressure is
required.Theadjustingwheelshouldbesetbacktopressurestep1afterpressure testing with the higher test pressure.
To set the pressure step, open the "Pressure" regulating valve (8) to the stop
(turntotheleft),pressinthepressurelimitadjustingwheel(11)andsettothe
desired step.
2.3. Suction hose
Screw the suction hose (2) to the suction hose nozzle (3). Do not kink the
suctionhose.Onlypumpcleanliquids.Donotremovethesuctionfilter(4)and
suctionfilterwithcheckvalve(10).Makesurethatthepressuretestpumpdoes
not suck in air.
2.4. high-pressure hose
Screw the high-pressure hose (5) with gasket to the high-pressure hose nozzle
(6).
3. Operation
CE conformity mark
3.1. Pressure and leak testing of pipe systems (observe EN 806-4 standard
and national regulations)
It is prohibited to connect the electric pressure test pump to the public water
supply. Water may only be sucked from open vessels (buckets).
Fill and vent the pipe system, e.g. sanitary or heating system. Place the electric
pressure test pump on a level surface. Place the suction hose (2) with suction
filterwithcheckvalve(10)inavessel(bucket)filledwithabout10lofwater.
Connect the high-pressure hose (5) to the sanitary or heating system to be
checked for leaks. Open the "Test" shutoff valve (7) and the "Pressure" regulating
valve (8). Switch on the electric pressure test pump at the On/Off switch (1).
There is a pressure of approx. 0.5 MPa (5 bar/73 psi) on the pipe system. If
not, a tapping point is open in the pipe system. If the pressure is to be increased,
eng
turn the "Pressure" regulating valve (8) and set the desired pressure:
eng turn
clockwise = pressure increase, turn counterclockwise = pressure drop. On
reaching
the desired
pressure,
close
the "Test" shutoff
valve (7), drop.
switchOn
off the
clockwise
= pressure
increase,
turn
counterclockwise
= pressure
electric
test pumpclose
at thethe
On/Off
reaching
thepressure
desired pressure,
"Test"switch
shutoff(1).
valve (7), switch off the
electric
test pumptest
at the
On/Off
(1).
Thepressure
electric pressure
pump
can switch
be disconnected
from the pipe system,
sanitary
or heating
system,
checked for from
leaksthe
during
pressure
The e.g.
electric
pressure
test pump
can to
bebe
disconnected
pipe the
system,
if theor
connection
piece with
pressure
gauge
and shutoff
(12) (accese.g. test
sanitary
heating system,
to be
checked
for leaks
duringvalve
the pressure
is installed piece
between
electricgauge
pressure
pump
and(12)
the(accessanitary or
test ifsory)
the connection
withthe
pressure
and test
shutoff
valve
system
to be checked
for leaks
(do not
the maximum
pressure
sory)heating
is installed
between
the electric
pressure
testexceed
pump and
the sanitary
or
displayofthefinescaledpressuregauge!)Inthiscase,onreachingthedesired
heating
system to be checked for leaks (do not exceed the maximum pressure
pressure, close the shutoff valve on the connection piece (12), open the "Presdisplayofthefinescaledpressuregauge!)Inthiscase,onreachingthedesired
sure" close
regulating
valve valve
(8), switch
the pump piece
and remove
the the
high-pressure
pressure,
the shutoff
on theoffconnection
(12), open
"Presat the connection
piece off
(12).
sure"hose
regulating
valve (8), switch
the pump and remove the high-pressure
hoseAttention:
at the connection
piece (12). the high-pressure hose (5), make sure that
Before connecting
the pressure
has been relieved
completely.hose
Note(5),the
pressure
on the
Attention:
Before connecting
the high-pressure
make
sure that
(9). relieved completely. Note the pressure on the
the pressure gauge
has been
pressure
gauge (9).
NOTICE
1. Technical data
arts,
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Many
WARNING
REMS E-Push 2 is designed for pressure and leak testing of pipe systems and
vessels. All other uses are not for the intended purpose and are therefore prohibited.
Use for the intended purpose
3.4.
2.2. Setting the pressure limit
Environmental friendly disposal
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When using an extension lead, pay attention to the cable cross section necessary for the power of the electric pressure test pump. The extension lead must
beapprovedfortheprotectionclassspecifiedin1.4Electricaldata.
1.1. Scope of Supply
Electric pressure test pump with pressure gauge. 1.5 m suction hose ½” conneceng
tion,suctionfilter,gasket,suctionfilterwithcheckvalve.1.5mhigh-pressure
enghose with ½” connection, 2 gaskets Operating instructions.
1.2. Article numbers
Electric
pressure test pump
115500
1.2. Article
numbers
Connection
with pressure gauge 6 MPa/60 bar /870 psi 115500
Electric
pressurepiece
test pump
and shutoff
valve
115110
Connection
piece
with pressure gauge 6 MPa/60 bar /870 psi
scaled
115045
and Fine
shutoff
valvepressure gauge 1.6 MPa/16 bar/230 psi
115110
Fine scaled pressure gauge 1.6 MPa/16 bar/230 psi
115045
1.3. Applications
Liquids
water, aqueous solutions, emulsions
1.3. Applications
Maximum pressure
6 MPa (60
bar/870 psi)
Liquids
water, aqueous solutions,
emulsions
Maximum
Pressurelimitadjustablefrom
approx.0.5MPa(5bar/73psi)
pressure
6 MPa (60 bar/870 psi)
in steps of
approx. 1 MPa (10 bar/145 psi)
Pressurelimitadjustablefrom
approx.0.5MPa(5bar/73psi)
inPressure
steps of gauge 6 MPa (60 bar/870 psi), glycerine
approx. 1 damped
MPa (10 bar/145Class
psi) 1.6
Maximum
6.5 Class
l/min (390
Pressure
gaugeperformance
6 MPa (60 bar/870 psi), glycerine damped
1.6 l/h)
Temperature
of the liquids
5°C l/h)
– 60°C
Maximum
performance
6.5 l/min (390
Temperature
Storagetemperature
≥5°C
of the liquids
5°C – 60°C
pH value of the liquids
7 – 10
Storagetemperature
≥5°C
pH value
Viscosityoftheliquids
≤1.5mPas
of the liquids
7 – 10
Self-suckingpump
≤500mm
Viscosityoftheliquids
≤1.5mPas
NOTICE
Do not operate the electric pressure test pump for long periods on a closed
Self-suckingpump
≤500mm
1.4. Electrical data
230 V~; 50 Hz; 1,300 W; 6 A
system
or with
closed "Test"
shutoff
electric
pressure
test pump
Do not
operate
theaelectric
pressure
testvalve
pump(7).
forThe
long
periods
on a closed
110 50
V~;Hz;
50 1,300
Hz; 1,300
could
be damaged
by overheating.
Do(7).
notThe
operate
electrictest
pressure
1.4. Electrical data
230 V~;
W; W;
6 A13 A
system
or with
a closed "Test"
shutoff valve
electricthe
pressure
pump test
Protection class
without water/liquid.
110 V~; 50 Hz; 1,300 W; 13 AIP 25
couldpump
be damaged
by overheating. Do not operate the electric pressure test
Operating
continuous IP
operation
Protection
classmode
25
pump without water/liquid.
3.2.
Pumping
liquids
Operating mode
continuous operation
1.5. Dimensions
395 × 270 × 295 mm (15.6” × 10.6” × 11.6”) 3.2. Pumping
liquids
WARNING
1.5. Dimensions
395 × 270 × 295 mm (15.6” × 10.6” × 11.6”)
WARNING
Do not pump inflammable liquids, acids or solvents! Observe permissible
1.6. Weight
10 kg (22 lb)
values
pH,inflammable
viscosity andliquids,
temperature
liquids (see
1.3. Work
area).
1.6. Weight
10 kg (22 lb)
Do not
pump
acidsoforthe
solvents!
Observe
permissible
1.7. Noise information
values
pH, viscosity and temperature of the liquids (see 1.3. Work area).
Placethesuctionhose(2)withsuctionfilter(4)andsuctionfilterwithcheck
Work
place-related
1.7. Noise information
valve (10) in the vessel with liquid that is to be pumped. Feed the high-pressure
Placethesuctionhose(2)withsuctionfilter(4)andsuctionfilterwithcheck
value
LPA = 77 dB(A); LWA = 90 dB(A); K = 3 dB Workemission
place-related
valvehose(5)intothevesselorsystemthatistobefilled.Openthe"Pressure"
(10) in the vessel with liquid that is to be pumped. Feed the high-pressure
emission value
LPA = 77 dB(A); LWA = 90 dB(A); K = 3 dB
regulating valve (8) and "Test" shutoff valve (7). Switch on the pump (1) and
hose(5)intothevesselorsystemthatistobefilled.Openthe"Pressure"
2. Start-up
pump liquid.
regulating
valve (8) and "Test" shutoff valve (7). Switch on the pump (1) and
2. 2.1.
Start-up
Electrical connection
pump liquid.
3.3.
Ending
the operation
2.1. ElectricalWARNING
connection
Afterthe
ending
operation, open the "Pressure" regulating valve (8) and the "Test"
3.3. Ending
operation
WARNING
(7) andopen
rinsethe
out"Pressure"
the pump with
hoses (2)
and(8)(5)and
for the
a few
minutes
Caution: Mains voltage present! Before connecting the electric pressure test
Aftershutoff
endingvalve
operation,
regulating
valve
"Test"
withvalve
fresh(7)water.
pump,Mains
checkvoltage
whetherpresent!
the voltage
given
on the rating
plate corresponds
to the
shutoff
and rinse out the pump with hoses (2) and (5) for a few minutes
Caution:
Before
connecting
the electric
pressure test
mains
voltage.
Onthe
building
sites,
in aonhumid
environment,
indoors ortooutdoors
with fresh
water.
pump,
check
whether
voltage
given
the rating
plate corresponds
the
CAUTION
or voltage.
in similarOn
types
of installation,
operated
the electric
pressure
test pump
mains
building
sites, in aonly
humid
environment,
indoors
or outdoors
CAUTION
The
nozzles
for the suction hose (3) and the high-pressure hose (6) can get
a fault
current
protectiononly
switch
(FI switch)
on the mains
which
off the
or inwith
similar
types
of installation,
operated
the electric
pressure
testcuts
pump
hot in
Dohose
not touch
them.
remove the hoses
The very
nozzles
foroperation.
the suction
(3) and
theTo
high-pressure
hose (2)
(6) and
can (5),
get wait
supply as
soon asswitch
the leakage
current
earth
exceeds
mAoff
forthe
30 ms.
with energy
a fault current
protection
(FI switch)
ontothe
mains
which30
cuts
until
they
have
cooled
down
or
use
suitable
hand
protection.
very
hot
in
operation.
Do
not
touch
them.
To
remove
the
hoses
(2)
and
(5),
wait
When
using
extension
lead, pay
attention
to the
cable cross
necesenergy
supply
as an
soon
as the leakage
current
to earth
exceeds
30 mAsection
for 30 ms.
until they have cooled down or use suitable hand protection.
sary
for the
power of the
electric
pressuretotest
The extension
lead must
When
using
an extension
lead,
pay attention
thepump.
cable cross
section neces3.4. Storage and transport
sarybeapprovedfortheprotectionclassspecifiedin1.4Electricaldata.
for the power of the electric pressure test pump. The extension lead must
Empty
thetransport
electric pressure test pump and hoses completely to avoid damage.
3.4. Storage
and
beapprovedfortheprotectionclassspecifiedin1.4Electricaldata.
Storetheelectricpressuretestpumpat≥5°Canddry.
Empty
the electric pressure test pump and hoses completely to avoid damage.
2.2. Setting the pressure limit
Storetheelectricpressuretestpumpat≥5°Canddry.
2.2. Setting CAUTION
the pressure limit
4. Maintenance
4.
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
efore
h, the
adjus0 bar/
el(11)
. This
ttings
ure is
pres-
e stop
tothe
k the
)and
does
ozzle
ndard
water
ectric
uction
water.
to be
lating
h (1).
em. If
ased,
: turn
3.4. Storage
and transport
(turntotheleft),pressinthepressurelimitadjustingwheel(11)andsettothe
Empty
the electric
desired
step. pressure test pump and hoses completely to avoid damage.
Storetheelectricpressuretestpumpat≥5°Canddry.
2.3. Suction hose
Screw the suction hose (2) to the suction hose nozzle (3). Do not kink the
4. Maintenance
suctionhose.Onlypumpcleanliquids.Donotremovethesuctionfilter(4)and
4.1. Inspection
suctionfilterwithcheckvalve(10).Makesurethatthepressuretestpumpdoes
WARNING
not suck in air.
Pull out the mains plug before inspection! Check the high-pressure hose
2.4. high-pressure hose
for damage every time before using. Do no used damaged hoses. Keep the
Screw the high-pressure hose (5) with gasket to the high-pressure hose nozzle
suctionfilter(4)andsuctionfilterwithcheckvalve(10)clean.
(6).
4.2. Maintenance
Tocleanthesuctionfilter(4)andsuctionfilterwithcheckvalve(10),unscrew
thesuctionhose,pullthesuctionfilter(4)outofthehosewithasuitabletool,
e.g.flatpliers,andcleanbothfiltersunderrunningwater.
4.3. Repair
WARNING
Pull out the mains plug before carrying out maintenance or repair work!
Thisworkmayonlybeperformedbyqualifiedpersonnel.
Open the "Test" shutoff valve (7) and "Pressure" regulating valve (8) to release
pressure.Residualpressurecouldotherwisecauseinjurytotheuserbyflying
parts during disassembly. Observe the pressure gauge (9).
3. WARNING
Operation
3.1.
and leak
of pipe systems
ENloses
806-4grease,
standard
PullPressure
out the mains
plug testing
before maintenance
work!(observe
If the pump
and national
regulations)
the complete
pressure
test pump must be sent to an authorised REMS Customer
It is Workshop
prohibited to
theand
electric
pressure test pump to the public water
Service
forconnect
inspection
repair.
supply. Water may only be sucked from open vessels (buckets).
Tocleanthesuctionfilter(4)andsuctionfilterwithcheckvalve(10),unscrew
Fill and vent the pipe system, e.g. sanitary or heating system. Place the electric
thesuctionhose,pullthesuctionfilter(4)outofthehosewithasuitabletool,
pressure test pump on a level surface. Place the suction hose (2) with suction
e.g.flatpliers,andcleanbothfiltersunderrunningwater.
eng
eng
eng
eng
filterwithcheckvalve(10)inavessel(bucket)filledwithabout10lofwater.
4.3. Repair
Connect the high-pressure hose (5) to the sanitary or heating system to be
5.5. Faults
Faults
checked for leaks. Open the "Test" shutoff valve (7) and the "Pressure" regulating
WARNING
WARNING
(8).mains
Switchplug
on the
electric
pressure
pump at theorOn/Off
WARNING
Pullvalve
out
the
before
carrying
outtest
maintenance
repair switch
work! (1).
Therefaults,
is a pressureoff
of approx.
0.5 MPa (5 bar/73
psi) onat
the pipe
system. If (1) and pull out the mains plug!
To
Thisworkmayonlybeperformedbyqualifiedpersonnel.
Toclear
clear faults,switch
switch offthe
theelectric
electricpressure
pressuretest
testpump
pump atthe
theOn/Off
On/Offswitch
switch (1) and pull out the mains plug!
not, a tapping point is open in the pipe system. If the pressure is to be increased,
Open
the
"Test"
shutoff
valve
(7)
and
"Pressure"
regulating
valve
(8)
to
release
turnPressure
the
"Pressure"
regulating
(8) and
set
the desired pressure: turn
5.1.
test
running
but
upupno
5.1.Fault:
Fault:
Pressure
testpump
pump
runningvalve
butbuilds
builds
nopressure.
pressure.
pressure.Residualpressurecouldotherwisecauseinjurytotheuserbyflying
Cause:
Remedy:
Cause:
Remedy:
parts
during disassembly. Observe the pressure gauge (9).
● ●"Pressure"
● ●Set
"Pressure"regulating
regulatingvalve
valve(8)(8)is isopen.
open.
Setthe
thedesired
desiredpressure
pressurebybyturning
turningthe
the"Pressure"
"Pressure"regulating
regulatingvalve
valve(8)(8)totothe
the
right.
right.
● ●Pressure
●●Checkwhetherthesuctionfilterwithcheckvalve(10)isimmersedcompletely
Pressuretest
testpump
pumpsucks
sucksininair.
air.
Checkwhetherthesuctionfilterwithcheckvalve(10)isimmersedcompletely
ininthe
thewater.
water.Seal
Sealscrew
screwconnections.
connections.
●●Suctionfilter(4)and/orsuctionfilterwithcheckvalve(10)onthesuction
●
Cleanorreplacesuctionfilter(4)and/orsuctionfilterwithcheckvalve(10).
Suctionfilter(4)and/orsuctionfilterwithcheckvalve(10)onthesuction
● Cleanorreplacesuctionfilter(4)and/orsuctionfilterwithcheckvalve(10).
hose
hoseare
areblocked.
blocked.
● ●Electric
● ●Have
Electricpressure
pressuretest
testpump
pumpdefective.
defective.
Havethe
theelectric
electricpressure
pressuretest
testpump
pumpinspected
inspectedbybyananauthorised
authorisedREMS
REMS
Customer
CustomerService
ServiceWorkshop.
Workshop.
5.2.
5.2.Fault:Pressureonthepressuregauge(9)fluctuatesirregularly.
Fault:Pressureonthepressuregauge(9)fluctuatesirregularly.
Cause:
Remedy:
Cause:
Remedy:
● ●AirAirininthe
pipe
system.
●
the pipe system.
●Vent
Ventthe
thepipe
pipesystem.
system.
5.3.
5.3.Fault:
Fault:Motor
Motordoes
doesnot
notstart,
start,hums.
hums.
Cause:
Cause:
● ●Electric
Electricpressure
pressuretest
testpump
pumpblocked.
blocked.
● ●Unsuitable
Unsuitablevoltage
voltagesupply.
supply.
● ●Unsuitable
Unsuitableextension
extensionlead.
lead.
● ●Pressure
Pressureis isapplied
appliedininthe
thepump
pumpwith
withclosed
closed"Test"
"Test"shutoff
shutoffvalve
valve(7).
(7).
5.4.
5.4.Fault:
Fault:Motor
Motorstops
stopssuddenly
suddenlyduring
duringoperation.
operation.
Cause:
Cause:
● ●Motor
Motorcircuit
circuitbreaker
breakerhas
hastripped.
tripped.
● ●Pump
Pumprun
runhot
hotororblocked.
blocked.
6.6. Disposal
Disposal
The
Theelectric
electricpressure
pressuretest
testpump
pumpmay
maynot
notbebethrown
thrownininthe
thedomestic
domesticwaste
wasteafter
after
use.
use.It Itmust
mustbebedisposed
disposedofofproperly
properlybybylaw.
law.
7.7. Manufacturer’s
Manufacturer’sWarranty
Warranty
The
Thewarranty
warrantyperiod
periodshall
shallbebe1212months
monthsfrom
fromdelivery
deliveryofofthe
thenew
newproduct
producttotothe
the
firstuser.Thedateofdeliveryshallbedocumentedbythesubmissionofthe
firstuser.Thedateofdeliveryshallbedocumentedbythesubmissionofthe
original
purchase
documents,
which
must
include
the
date
of
purchase
and
the
original purchase documents, which must include the date of purchase and the
designation
designationofofthe
theproduct.
product.AllAllfunctional
functionaldefects
defectsoccurring
occurringwithin
withinthe
thewarranty
warranty
period,
period,which
whichare
areclearly
clearlythe
theconsequence
consequenceofofdefects
defectsininproduction
productionorormaterials,
materials,
will
willbeberemedied
remediedfree
freeofofcharge.
charge.The
Theremedy
remedyofofdefects
defectsshall
shallnot
notextend
extendoror
renew
renewthe
thewarranty
warrantyperiod
periodforforthe
theproduct.
product.Damage
Damageattributable
attributabletotonatural
naturalwear
wear
and
andtear,
tear,incorrect
incorrecttreatment
treatmentorormisuse,
misuse,failure
failuretotoobserve
observethe
theoperational
operational
instructions,
instructions,unsuitable
unsuitableoperating
operatingmaterials,
materials,excessive
excessivedemand,
demand,use
useforforunauunauthorized
thorizedpurposes,
purposes,interventions
interventionsbybythe
thecustomer
customerorora athird
thirdparty
partyororother
other
reasons,
reasons,forforwhich
whichREMS
REMSis isnot
notresponsible,
responsible,shall
shallbebeexcluded
excludedfrom
fromthe
thewarranty
warranty
Services
Servicesunder
underthe
thewarranty
warrantymay
mayonly
onlybebeprovided
providedbybycustomer
customerservice
servicestations
stations
authorized
authorizedforforthis
thispurpose
purposebybyREMS.
REMS.Complaints
Complaintswill
willonly
onlybebeaccepted
acceptedif ifthe
the
product
productis isreturned
returnedtotoa acustomer
customerservice
servicestation
stationauthorized
authorizedbybyREMS
REMSwithout
without
prior
priorinterference
interferenceininananunassembled
unassembledcondition.
condition.Replaced
Replacedproducts
productsand
andparts
parts
shall
shallbecome
becomethe
theproperty
propertyofofREMS.
REMS.
The
Theuser
usershall
shallbeberesponsible
responsibleforforthe
thecost
costofofshipping
shippingand
andreturning
returningthe
theproduct.
product.
The
legal
rights
of
the
user,
in
particular
the
right
to
make
claims
against
The legal rights of the user, in particular the right to make claims againstthe
the
seller
sellerunder
underthe
thewarranty
warrantyterms,
terms,shall
shallnot
notbebeaffected.
affected.This
Thismanufacturer’s
manufacturer’s
warranty
only
applies
for
new
products
which
are
purchased
in
the
European
warranty only applies for new products which are purchased in the European
Union,
Union,ininNorway
NorwayororininSwitzerland.
Switzerland.
ThiswarrantyissubjecttoGermanlawwiththeexclusionoftheUnitedNations
ThiswarrantyissubjecttoGermanlawwiththeexclusionoftheUnitedNations
Convention
ConventionononContracts
Contractsforforthe
theInternational
InternationalSales
SalesofofGoods
Goods(CISG).
(CISG).
8.8. Spare
Spareparts
partslists
lists
Remedy:
Remedy:
● ●"Pressure"
"Pressure"regulating
regulatingvalve
valve(8)(8)is isset
settotohigh
highorormax.
max.pressure,
pressure,open
openbybyturning
turning
totoleft
leftororhave
havethe
theelectric
electricpressure
pressuretest
testpump
pumpinspected
inspectedbybyananauthorised
authorised
REMS
REMSCustomer
CustomerService
ServiceWorkshop.
Workshop.
● ●Have
Havethe
thevoltage
voltagesupply
supplytested.
tested.
● ●Use
Useapproved
approvedextension
extensionlead.
lead.
● ●Open
Open"Test"
"Test"shutoff
shutoffvalve
valve(7).
(7).
Remedy:
Remedy:
● ●Switch
Switchoffoffelectric
electricpressure
pressuretest
testpump
pumpatatthe
theOn/Off
On/Offswitch
switch(1)(1)and
andallow
allowtotocool
cool
down
downforforapprox.
approx.3030minutes.
minutes.
● ●Switch
Switchoffoffelectric
electricpressure
pressuretest
testpump
pumpatatthe
theOn/Off
On/Offswitch
switch(1)(1)and
andallow
allowtotocool
cool
down
downforforapprox.
approx.3030minutes
minutesororhave
havethe
theelectric
electricpressure
pressuretest
testpump
pumpinspected
inspected
bybyananauthorised
REMS
Customer
Service
Workshop.
authorised REMS Customer Service Workshop.
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