T-2000CK-200H 2hp Cyclone Extractor

Code 508338
T-2000CK-200H 2hp
Cyclone Extractor
AT&M: 02/03/2016
REF: 508500
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Index of Contents
What’s Included
Index of Contents
Declaration of Conformity
What’s Included
General Safety Instructions for 230V Machines
Specification
Assembly
Machine Footprint
Illustration and Parts Description
Operating Instructions
Ducting System
Maintenance
Weekly LEV System Maintenance Log
LEV Testing
Extraction Accessories
Exploded Diagram/Parts List
Wiring Diagram
Notes
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08-09-10-11-12-13-14-15-16
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Declaration of Conformity
Copied from CE Certificate
The undersigned, George N. Sifonios
Authorised by META INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD
NO. 38-46, Ya Tan Rd., Ta Ya Hsiang. Taichung Hsien,
Taiwan, R.O.C.,
Manufactured by META INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD
is in compliance with the standards determined in the
following Council Directive.
Applicable Directive: 2006/42/EC
Quantity
Item Part
1 No
T-2000CK-200H Cyclone Extractor
1 No
4 No
4 No
2 No
2 No
4 No
1 No
1 No
1 No
1 No
1 No
1 No
1 No
1 No
1 No
1 No
1 No
1 No
2 No
1 No
Motor Assembly
Upper Leg Square Tubes
Lower Leg Square Tubes
Long Cross Support Brackets
Short Cross Support Brackets
Leg Bracket Connectors
Extractor Drum
Flexible Hose
Bin
Bin Cover
Filter Lid (Air Filter Cartridge)
Extraction Funnel
Inlet Manifold
Air Filter Cartridge
Shaker Paddle Operating Handle
Operating Handle Extension Bar
Manometer
Manometer Hose
Dust Bags
Bin Handle
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Model Number
4 No
4 No
1 No
2 No
3 No
1 No
1 No
Castor Wheels
Bin Castor Wheels
Dust Bag Securing Belt
Large and Small Clips
Bin Lever Clamps with
Phillips Screws and Nuts 6-7 and 10-12mm Spanners
4-5mm Hex Keys
Cyclone Extractor Fixings
6 No
2 No
1 No
27 No
48 No
2 No
6 No
8 No
1/4" Nuts
1/4" Domed Head Nuts
M6 x 12mm Bolts
No: 10 ANC Cap head Screws
5/16" Button Head Bolts
1/4" Button Head Phillips Screws
1/4" Hex Bolts
5/16" Hex Bolts
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Please read the Instruction Manual prior to using your new machine. As well as the operating procedures for
your new machine, there are numerous hints and tips to help you to use the machine safely and to maintain
its efficiency and prolong its life. There is also a detailed description of the parts of your Extractor, which
will enable you to become familiar with terminology we will use in this manual. Keep this Instruction Manual
readily accessible for any others who may also be required to use the machine.
Applicable Standards: EN ISO 12100-1:2003+A1:2009,
EN ISO 12100-2:2003+A1:2009
Model Number T-2000CK (Dust Collector)
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Warning
The symbols below advise that you follow
the correct safety procedures when using
this machine.
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Fully read manual
and safety instructions
before use
Ear protection
should be worn
Eye protection
should be worn
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Dust mask
should be worn
HAZARD
Motor gets hot
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What’s Included
What’s Included
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What’s Included
General Safety Instructions for 230V Machines
Good Working Practices/Safety
The following suggestions will enable you to observe
good working practices, keep yourself and fellow workers safe and maintain your tools and equipment in good
working order.
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WARNING!! KEEP TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT OUT
OF THE REACH OF YOUNG CHILDREN
Mains Powered Tools and Machines
Primary Precautions
These machines are supplied with a moulded 16 Amp
plug and 3 core power cable. Before using the machine,
inspect the cable and the plug to make sure that neither
are damaged. If any damage is visible, have the damaged
item inspected/repaired by a suitably qualified person.
If it is necessary to replace the plug, it is preferable to
use an ‘unbreakable’ type that will most resist damage.
Only use a 16 Amp plug, and make sure the cable clamp
is tightened securely. Fuse as required. If extension leads
are to be used, carry out the same safety checks on them,
and ensure that they are correctly rated to safely supply
the current that is required for your machine. Remember,
most machines or tools have handles or holding
positions, the power cable is not one of them.
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Do not use this machine if you are tired, your attention is
wandering or you are being subjected to distraction.
­Do not use this machine within the designated safety
areas of flammable liquid stores or in areas where there
may be volatile gases. There are very expensive, very
specialised machines for working in these areas. Above
all, OBSERVE…. make sure you know what is happening
around you, and USE YOUR COMMON SENSE.
Specific Safety for Dust
Extractors
Do not use this machine as a vacuum cleaner, try to keep
the waste medium to wood by products.
Workplace/Environment
Do not uplift workshop floor debris (stones, nails, screws,
The machine is not designed for use outside. Keep the
machine clean; it will enable you to more easily see any
damage that may have occurred. Clean the machine
with a damp soapy cloth if needs be, do not use any
solvents or cleaners, as these may cause damage to any
plastic parts or to the electrical components. It is good
practice to leave the machine unplugged until work is
about to commence, also make sure to unplug the
machine when it is not in use, or unattended. To avoid
inadvertent ‘start up’, if your machine is not fitted with a
paper etc., etc). Be aware that wood dust is an explosive
medium.
KEEP THE WORK AREA AS UNCLUTTERED AS
IS PRACTICAL, THIS INCLUDES PERSONNEL
AS WELL AS MATERIAL. UNDER NO
CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD
CHILDREN BE ALLOWED IN WORK AREAS.
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sharp edge. If the work you are carrying out is liable to
generate flying grit, dust or chips, wear the appropriate
safety clothing, goggles, gloves, masks etc. If the work
operation appears to be excessively noisy, wear
ear-defenders. If you wear your hair in a long style,
wearing a cap, safety helmet, hairnet, even a sweatband,
will minimise the possibility of your hair being caught
up in the rotating parts of the machine. Likewise,
consideration should be given to the removal of rings
and wristwatches if these are liable to be a ‘snag’ hazard.
Consideration should also be given to non-slip footwear,
etc.
NVR system, ensure the switch is always returned to the
OFF position. Once you are ready to commence work,
remove any tools, objects or items that could inadvertently get ‘sucked up’ by the machine and place safely out
of the way. Re-connect the machine, ensuring the power
cable is not ‘snagged’ or routed where it could be tripped
over as you move about the workshop; it is not too close
to an unguarded heat source, or is laid over or around a
Do not allow any ‘naked light’ source to occur anywhere
near the machine. This includes cigarettes, matches, etc,
and do not place the machine near any unprotected
light bulbs, that could possibly get broken.
The suction force is generated by a high speed fan unit.
This has the potential to amputate fingers, grab loose
clothing (ties etc.,) and ‘bat’ large chips etc, at high
speeds. Keep all guarding in place, and if access to
the fan becomes necessary (due to blockage etc.),
disconnect the machine from the mains supply and
ensure the fan has come to a complete stop before
putting your hands anywhere near to it.
If you are not using ‘clear’ extraction hose, periodically
remove the hose to check that the inlet to the machine
is not getting restricted. (The safety guard grill of the
inlet duct can be particularly irksome in this way, as long
strand shavings etc., can wrap around the grill fret.)
Keep the particle filter clean. The machine relies on its
ability to ‘blow’ air through the filter, to generate good
suction.
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General Safety Instructions for 230V Machines
If the particle filter starts to clog, this reduces the air
flow and hence the machine becomes less efficient.
If possible, try to connect everything together electrically,
to eliminate static shocks.
The particle filter can be cleaned, by using an ‘M’ class
vacuum cleaner, clean the inside of the filter.
(Use the integral metal coil in flexible plastic hosing to
connect units together).
Be aware that in dry air periods or areas, the movement
of the air through the machine can generate static
electric fields. This is not normally a problem as the
machine is bonded together via its construction and
the whole is earthed back through the electrical supply.
Problems can occur with isolated items, such as stands or
hosing that are insulated from the ground (standing on
rubber feet), suspended in the air etc.
Try to route the power cable and the hosing away from
busy walkways.
Do not allow the inlet to become ‘dead ended’, or block
or restrict the outlet, this puts undue strain on the motor
and can lead to overheating.
Assembly
Having unpacked the boxes, put all components where
they are readily to hand. Locate the motor assembly (1),
the upper and lower leg square tubes (2-3), cross support
brackets (4-5), leg connectors (6) and 5/16” button head
bolts (e).
2. Locate the four leg bracket connectors (6) and lower
leg square tubes (3). Slide the connectors down into the
upper leg tubes (2), line up the lower four holes to sides
of the connector (6) with holes in the leg tube and secure
in place with button head bolts (e), see fig 05.
1. Place the motor assembly (1) upside down on the floor,
see fig 01. Locate the four upper leg square tubes (2).
Line up the holes in the angled end of the square tubes
with the pre-drilled holes in the mounting plates to each
corner of the fan assembly and secure using button head
bolts (e) and 5mm Hex key (27), see figs 02-03-04.
Fig 05
Fig 01
ONLY USE DUST EXTRACTION BAGS
WITH THIS MACHINE NOT DOMESTIC
WASTE BAGES!
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DO NOT PLACE DUST EXTRACTION
BAGES OVER THE FILTER ASSEMBLY!
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Specification
ModelT-2000CK-200H
Code508338
RatingTrade
Power
1.5kW (230V, 1ph)
Air Flow
2,300m³/hr
Noise Level
84dB @ 3m
Filter Area
7.4m²
Filtration
1 micron
Particle Size
1 micron
Hose Diameter
180mm x 1, 100mm x 2
Overall L x W x H
1,250 x 1,000 x 1,800mm
Weight83kg
3. Insert the ends of each upper leg square tubes (3)
down over the leg bracket connectors (6) and line up the
pre-drilled holes, see figs 6-7.
Fig 06-07
Fig 02-03-04
Mounting plate
e
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Pre-drilled holes
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Assembly
Please read through the section entitled Parts Identification and Description, this will enable you to more readily
identify those parts of the cyclone extractor.
Please note: some of this assembly procedure is best accomplished by two persons. Although the tasks are not impossible, some of the items are heavy and awkward, and a mishandling error could cause injury. Please think about what you are doing, your capabilities and your personal safety. We have added the ‘two person symbol’ to any operation that we recommend should be a two person task.
Unpack all the boxes and check all the components listed in the “What’s Included” section. If any parts or
components are missing, please contact our Customer Services Department using the procedures and telephone
numbers listed in our catalogue.
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Pre-drilled holes
Please note: on occasions the packing list is not strictly adhered to. Please check all the boxes, packets
etc. to make sure that all the parts have been accounted for.
NOTE DO NOT SECURE AT THIS POINT!
PLEASE RECYCLE ANY UNWANTED PACKAGING RESPONSIBLY!
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Assembly
Assembly
4. Locate the two long and short cross support brackets
(4-5). Line up the pre-drilled holes in one of the cross
support brackets with the pre-drilled holes to the front
face of the lower leg support tubes (3). Secure using four
button head bolts (e), see fig 08. Repeat for the
remaining cross support brackets, see fig 09-10.
5. Locate the four castor wheels (21). Screw each castor
into the threaded holes on top of legs (3), using the
supplied spanner (26), tighten the nut at the base of each
castor to lock the assembly in position, see fig 11-12.
Fig 11-12
7. Locate the extraction funnel (12). Loosen the clamping
rig bolt/nut to the base of the funnel, lower the wide end
of the funnel on top of the drum (7) and line up the rims.
Position the clamping ring over the rims and tighten the
bolt/nut to lock both units (7-12) together, see 16-17-18.
Fig 19
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Fig 16-17-18
Fig 08-09-10
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Fig 20-21-22
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6. Locate the extraction drum (7) and the No: 10 ANC
Hex screws (d). Position the drum on top of the motor fan
assembly (1), there are arrow marker labels on each unit,
line up these labels and secure the drum (7) to the motor
assembly (1) using the Hex screws (d), see 13-14-15.
Fig 13-14-15
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Clamping ring
Rim
7
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d
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8. Locate the bin cover (10), 1/4 “ Hex bolts (g), 1/4" nuts
(a) and the supplied 10-12mm spanner (26). Place the
bin cover (10) face up, on top of the funnel assembly
(12). Line up the pre-drilled holes, place a Hex bolt (g)
down through one of the holes and lightly secure with
a 1/4"nut (a), see fig 19-20-21. Repeat for the remaining
holes then fully tighten, see fig 22.
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Assembly
Assembly
You will require the bin (9), bin castor wheels (22), bin
lever clamps with Phillips screws and nuts (25), bin
handle (20), 1/4” domed nuts (b), 1/4” button head
Phillips screws (f ), dust bag (19), flexible hose (8) and
large and small clips (24).
Fig 27-28
Fig 33-34
9. Turn the bin (9) on its side and screw on the four castor
wheels (22) into the threaded holes to the base of the
bin, tighten the nuts using the supplied 6-7mm spanner
(26), see fig 23-24-25.
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Fig 23-24-25
12. Locate the bin handle (20), button Phillips screws (f )
and domed head nuts (b). Line up the threaded holes in
the handle (20) with the two pre-drilled holes in the bin
(9) and secure in place with the 1/4" Phillips screw (f ) and
nuts (b), see fig 31-32.
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Fig 31-32
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14. Locate the large dust bag (19), open the bag and
place it inside the bin (9), see fig 35. (Make sure the bag
is tucked over the edge of the bin)
Inner bin section
Fig 35
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10. Turn the bin (9) upright, remove the clamping rig
bolt/nut, see fig 26, place safely aside. Raise the inner
section of the bin, position the clamping ring over the
two rims, replace the bolt/nut and tighten to lock both
units together, see fig 27-28.
Fig 26
11. Locate the bin lever clamps (25) remove the four
nuts and screws to one of the clamps and place safely
aside. Line up the holes in the bin lever clamp assembly
(25) with the four holes to the side of the bin (9), (NOTE:
make sure the lever clamp assembly is the correct
way round, with the clamping lever facing down.
Replace the screws and nuts you removed earlier to
secure the lever clamp in position, see fig 29-30. Repeat
the process for the remaining clamps.
Fig 29-30
Clamping ring
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13. Turn the cyclone assembly upright on its wheels,
15. Position the bin (9) beneath the bin cover (10), line up
the bin lever latches (25) with the hooks on the bin cover
(10), hook on the latches and press down the lever
handles to raise the bin against the cover, making a tight
seal, see fig 36-37.
Fig 36-37
WARNING! THE MACHINE IS HEAVY
YOU ARE ADVISED TO SEEK HELP!
locate the flexible hose (8) and the two large clips (24).
Place a clip over one end of the hose, introduce the hose
over the bins inlet manifold and tighten the clip, DON’T
OVERTIGHTEN otherwise the hose could split, see fig
33. Place the remaining clip over the opposite end of
the hose, insert the hose over the outlet manifold on the
extraction drum (7) and tighten the clip, see fig 34.
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Assembly
Assembly
16. Locate the air filter cartridge (14) and six 5/16" Hex bolts (h), with assistance position the filter cartridge under the motor assembly
housing (1) and line up the threaded holes in
the filter with the holes in the motor housing, see fig 38.
18. Put to hand the operating handle extension bar (16),
loosen the two cap head screws on the drive socket and
slot the Hex drive over the shaker paddle drive shaft,
see fig 42. Tighten the cap head screws to secure the
extension bar (16), see fig 43.
Fig 49-50
Fig 46
Fig 42-43
17. Insert the threaded Hex bolts (h) through the holes
and finger tighten, make sure the seal on top of the filter
is flush against the underside of the housing. Using a
spanner or ratchet tighten the six Hex bolt, see fig 39-4041.
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Fig 38-39-40
20. Find the shaker paddle operating handle (15) and
M6 x12mm bolt (c). Insert the handle’s drive socket onto
the shaker paddle’s drive shaft and screw on the M6 bolt
(c) into the threaded hole to the side of the machined
aperture. Tighten using the supplied spanner (26), see fig
47-48.
Cap head screw
Pre-drilled holes
Drive shaft
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Fig 47-48
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underside of the motor assembly housing (1) and secure
using the Hex bolts (h), see fig 51-52.
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Hex key
Fig 51-52
Threaded hole
19. Locate the filter lid (11) and twelve no: 10 ANC
cap head screws (d). Slot the opening in the filter lid over
the shaker paddle drive shaft and down on top of the
motor assembly (1), line up the arrow marker labels on
each unit and secure in place with the cap head screws
(d), see fig 44-45-46.
Mounting bracket
Fig 44-45
NVR switch
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21. Locate the remaining dust bag (19) and securing belt
(23). Open up the bag and rap it around the base of the
air filter assembly, see fig 49. Straighten the retaining belt
(23), wrap it around the filter (14) and dust bag (19) and
latch it down to hold and to seal the filter assembly, see
fig 49-50.
Ratchet
Arrow marker label
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22. Remove the bag packaging from the NVR switch
assembly. Locate the two remaining 5/16" Hex bolts (h),
line up the two pre-drilled holes in the NVR switches
mounting bracket with the threaded holes to the
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Assembly
Machine Footprint
23. Locate the manometer (17), manometer hose (18)
and the two small clips (24). From the opposite side of
the extractor insert the hose (18) through the hole to
the centre of the NVR’s mounting bracket, see fig 53.
26. To the underside of the motor assembly housing
remove the two Hex bolts and place to one side in
readiness for the next step, see fig 56.
Fig 56
24. Place one of the small clips (24) over the hose (18),
introduce the hose over the small outlet manifold
on the extraction drum (7) and secure in place, see fig 54.
DON’T OVERTIGHTEN otherwise the hose could split.
Hex bolts
Fig 53-54
NVR switch bracket
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27. Line up the two holes on the manometer’s mounting
bracket (17) with the two threaded holes to the
underside of the motor assembly. Secure in place
using the two hex bolts you just removed, see fig 57.
Fig 57
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25. Place the remaining small clip over the opposite end
of the hose, introduce the hose over the inlet to the rear
of the manometer (17) and secure in place. One again
DON’T OVERTIGHTEN as the hose could split, see fig 55.
Fig 55
1,800mm
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28. Locate the inlet manifold (13) and the remaining
three No: 10 ANC cap head screws (d). Insert the manifold
over the extractor’s inlet and line up the threaded holes
in the inlet with cutout slots in the manifold. Secure the
manifold in place with the cap head screws (d), see fig
58-59.
Fig 58-59
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1,250
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Illustration and Parts Description
Illustration and Parts Description
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Manometer
Vacuum Gauge indicator to monitor the air flow in the ducting system
B
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NVR Switch assembly
Green (ON) Emergency Stop (Red)
Part
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Description
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Motor Assembly
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Upper Leg Square Tubes
3
Lower Leg Square Tubes
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Long Cross Support Bar
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Short Cross Support Bar
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Extractor Drum
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Flexible Hose
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Bin
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Bin Cover
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Filter Lid
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Extraction Funnel
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Inlet Manifold
14
Air Filter Cartridge
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Shaker Paddle Handle
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Manometer
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Manometer Hose
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Dust Bags
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Bin Handle
21
Castor Wheels
22
Bin Castor Wheels
23
Dust Bag Securing Belt
24
Large and Small Clips
25
Bin Lever Clamp
A
Motor
B
NVR Switch
Bin “FULL” indicator, empty the bin’s
contents when it reaches the “FULL” mark.
Bin lever clamp
Inlet manifold with removable lid
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Illustration and Parts Description
Illustration and Parts Description
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Pull up the bin lever clamp
handles to release bin
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Pull the bin out to empty the contents
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Rotate the shaker paddle operating handle to
remove any build up of dust inside the filter
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Operating Instructions
Operating Instruction and Ducting System
2. Start up the extractor by pressing the ‘green’ button on
the NVR switch assembly and check the reading on the
manometer.
HSE Health and Safety Executive
To operate the cyclone extractor correctly, it
is recommended to visit the HSE (Health and
Safety Executive) website at www.hse.gov.uk
and read the information on the safe practices.
Fig 63
General Info
Many manufacturers will state the volume of air required for
each machine in their manual. If not, note the size of the
extraction port and use the chart below.
3. Using a marker or sticky label mark the reading on the
manometer, see fig 62. This is to confirm that every time
you switch on you know what the reading will be.
Levelling the Extractor
If you find the extractor castors (21), are not in contact
with the floor you can adjust them by loosening the
locking nut beneath the castor’s pivot assembly. Then
rotate each castor in turn, in or out until correct then
retighten the locking nut to secure the castors (21) in
position, see fig 60.
outlet size
volume of air required
50
200 m³/hr
Fig 62
Fig 64-65-66
Fig 60
Spanner
Index marker
Locking nut
100
700 m³/hr
125
1100 m³/hr
150
1600 m³/hr
200
2800 m³/hr
Example: for a single machine with a 100mm port, an extractor
of a minimum of 700m³/hr will be sufficient. For multiple
machines, count the number of extraction ports per size,
multiply the number of each size by the volume of air required.
Then add the results per outlet size to give you a total volume
of air required. This total is for all the machines operating at the
same time. You then must decide which and how many
machines will be used at the same time. Divide the total
volume of air required by this number and add 500m³/hr.
Choose an extractor that gives the airflow required by your
calculations. Look at the main inlet size of the extractor, this
is the size of the main duct to be used. In larger systems the
ducting should get larger towards the extraction unit as more
machines that are in use are added to maintain the correct air
speed in the duct. This is very important; if the airflow is too
low a build up of dust and debris will occur and is a fire and
explosion risk. If the air speed is high then the system will be
noisy but there will be no deposits in the ducting. Always use
blast gates to close off airflow to machines that are not in use.
Switching ON/OFF
ALWAYS TURN OFF THE EXTRACTOR BY THE
NVR CONTROL SWITCH NOT THE MAINS SWITCH
If you find the reading has increased there could be a
blockage in the ducting system or extractor unit, check
the following:
Manometer
The manometer is used to monitor the air flow in the
ducting system. When you first use your extractor it is
recommended you mark on the ‘manometer’ the
pressure the extractor it running at. To do this, follow
the instructions below.
WARNING! ALWAYS WEAR A DUST MASK
Note: the reading can vary depending on the size of
the ducting system.
WARNING! ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION
1. Connect your cyclone extractor to the ducting system,
see fig 61.
Cyclone extractor
Fig 61
• Check the filter for signs of build up of sawdust and
rotate the shaker paddle handle to remove any built
up dust and debris from inside, see fig 63. Then clean
the outside with a vacuum cleaner.
If the reading has decreased, check the following:
•Check the hoses are secure, ‘NOT LOOSE’ which will
lead to air leakages.
• Check the hoses for blockages.
• Check hoses for splits and cracks.
• Check the bin bag and empty if full, see fig 64-65-66.
• Check “Blast gates” that are not in use are shut.
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Basic design
WARNING!! BEFORE CARRYING OUT ANY
MAINTENANCE DISCONNECT THE CYCLONE
EXTRACTOR FROM THE MAINS SUPPLY!
• Keep it simple, don’t over complicate the system.
• Keep it straight, ducting runs should all be straight with as
few bends as possible.
• Keep transfer duct as big as required by the extractor, this
should get larger towards the extractor.
• Keep flexible duct to a minimum. If the machine cannot be
connected to the system by solid ducting only then should
flexible ducting be used for the final connection.
• Keep branches joining the duct to a maximum of 45°. When
branches join the main duct ideally they must enter at the
side or the top at an angle of a maximum of 45° towards the
direction of flow.
• Fit blast gates to maximise efficiency and balance the system.
The negative pressure inside the ducting draws air into the
system. Incorrect sizing of the duct, too many bends coupled
to lots of flexible hose induces losses into the system and in
badly designed systems this is akin to leaving the hand brake
on in a vehicle.
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WARNING! ALWAYS WEAR A DUST MASK
Comments
Empty waste collectors
if necessary
Check waste collector(s)
for damage and condition
Check operation of all
blast gate controls
Check inlets, clear any
obstructions if found
Checked by
Week
WARNING! KEEP CHILDREN AWAY FROM WORK
AREA
Date
WARNING! BEFORE CARRYING OUT ANY
MAINTENANCE DISCONNECT THE CYCLONE
EXTRACTOR FROM THE MAINS SUPPLY
Check all ducting
for physical damage
Fig 67
Check filter shakers
(if fitted) and clean filters
Weekly LEV System Maintenance Log
Check filter(s) for damage
and condition
Maintenance
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2
3
4
WARNING! ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION
Fig 68
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6
After a period of time dust, sawdust and shavings
can build-up causing blockages and reduced suction
performance. Follow the maintenance instructions
below to keep your extractor working at peak
performance.
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8
9
10
11
Daily
REMOVE AND
CLEAN FILTERS
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• Empty the collection bag before it overflows, wear a
dust mask whilst removing and emptying the bag.
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Fig 69-70
Weekly
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16
• Check the inlet and outlet duct and remove any
accumulated sawdust.
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18
•Check the inlet hoses for splits and cracks, repair as
necessary.
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20
• Check the dust collection bag for wear and tear,
especially around the neck of the retaining belt. If
wear or fraying is occurring, replace the bag, see fig 67.
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• Check the motor for dust, sawdust, shavings etc, build
up. If this has occurred, clean with a vacuum cleaner.
REMOVE AND
CLEAN FILTERS
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• Move the shaker paddle handle to remove any built up
dust and debris from inside the filter, see fig 68.
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Monthly
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• Remove the filter assembly, using an ‘M’ class vacuum
cleaner, clean inside the filter, see fig 69-70.
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Vacuum inside the filter
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Comments
Empty waste collectors
if necessary
Check waste collector(s)
for damage and condition
LEV Testing
Check filter shakers
(if fitted) and clean filters
Check filter(s) for damage
and condition
Check operation of all
blast gate controls
Check inlets, clear any
obstructions if found
Check all ducting
for physical damage
Checked by
Date
Week
Weekly LEV System Maintenance Log
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REMOVE AND
CLEAN FILTERS
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Why should I bother with LEV?
Ref Code: HSG258
The law says you must control the risks from these substances (the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health
(COSHH) Regulations). Installing LEV may help
you to do this.
The book above provides guidance on the supply of
local exhaust ventilation (LEV) equipment. It describes
the principles and good practice of deciding on,
designing, commissioning and testing cost-effective
LEV.
For more information about other ways of eliminating or
reducing airborne contamination at work look, at HSE’s
COSHH website, hse.gov.uk/coshh.
Health and Safety Executive
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The guidance is written for the suppliers of LEV goods
and services, but will also be helpful for employers and
managers in medium-sized businesses, and trade union
and employee safety representatives. All of these groups
need to work together to provide, maintain and use
effective LEV and to reduce exposure from inhalation of
hazardous substances.
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The book contains information about the roles and
legal responsibilities of suppliers and of their clients
as employers; competence; principles of good design
practice for effective LEV hoods and their classification;
ducts, air movers, air cleaners; and system documentation with checking and maintenance schedules, and the
marking of defective equipment.
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45
It also includes guidance on the specification of LEV; the
supplier’s quotation; commissioning; zone marking; the
user manual and logbook; testing and hood labels.
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REMOVE AND
CLEAN FILTERS
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Extraction Accessories
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Nearly 14 months it is now a legal requirement to have
your system tested and certified
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Extraction Accessories
For all of our accessories please see our catalogue
or visit our website at axminster.co.uk.
Contact us on:
55
Call: 03332 406406
Web: axminster.co.uk
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Exploded Diagram/Parts List
Exploded Diagram/Parts List
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Description
Motor
Main housing
Aluminium Impeller
Round Collector
Reducing Collector
Upper Leg
Leg Connecting Bracket
Lower Leg
PE bag
PE bag (Small)
Ball caster 2”
Caster 3”
Caster 3”
Barrel clamp 347
N type handle
Switch plate
Magnetic switch 2hp
Hose clamp 1-3/4”
Inlet
Motor cord
Power cord W/Plug
Flange Bolt 5/16”x1/2”
Tap Screw
Flange Bolt 5/16”x3/4”
Cap nuts 5/16”
Flange bolt 5/16”x1/2”
Round HD Screw M5x15mm
Round HD Screw M5x10mm
Belt clamp CK-370
Botton HD screw 5/16”x1/2”
Phillip Head screw M4x8mm
Cap screw M6x16mm
Handle
1/4” Nuts
Phillip Head screw 1/4”x4”
Square Pad
PC Board
Inlet cap 4”
Lower fixing plate
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
1
1
4
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
6
25
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4
2
4
6
1
64
12
1
1
4
2
1
1
1
1
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Main spindle
Bearing
Rubber Flapper
Bearing Fixing Plate
Hex bolt M6x16
Round HD screw 1/4”x4”
Washer 1/4”x13
Flange Nut 1/4”
Drum Lid
Lower Drum
Round clamp 525
Upper Drum
Rivet
Canister filter
Long Brace
Short Brace
Nuts 5/16”
Flange Screw 1/4”x1/2”
Clamp
Impeller washer
Spring washer M6
Rubber Pad
Bearing fixing plate(no thread)
Housing cover
Connecting spindle
Hose(1430mm)
1
3
3
2
7
2
2
8
1
1
1
1
8
1
2
2
4
8
3
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
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67
68
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Meter fixing plate
Meter fixing ring
Negative meter
Botton HD screw 1/4”x1/2”
Clear hose 12x310mm
Hose Clamp 3/4”
Lock nuts M4
Flat washer 1/4”
Cap screw M6x12mm
Fixing plate
Nuts M5
Round HD screw M6x10mm
Motor packing
1
1
1
2
1
1
12
7
2
2
4
1
1
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Wiring Diagram
Notes
Single Phase Teminal Jumper Power Sourse
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