TTB 1840 - Express Cleaning Supplies

Owner Instructions
Warning! Read instructions before using the machine
TTB 1840
Scrubber Dryer
www.numatic.com
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Before continuing, please refer to Quick Set Up Guide on Page 8
Index
Page 2
Machine overview
Page 3
Control panel overview
Page 4
Rating label / Personal Protective Equipment / Recycling
Page 5
Safety Precautions
Page 6 / 7
Quick set-up guide
Page 8
Machine set-up
Fitting the brushes
Page 9
Fitting the floor-tool
Page 9
Filling the clean-water tank
Page 10
Fill level indicator
Page 10
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)
Page 11
Water flow adjustment
Page 11
Pre-cleaning advice
Page 11
Moving the Machine
Page 12
Machine Operation
Pre-scrub mode
Page 13
Floor-tool in use
Page 13
Hi - Lo Settings
Page 13
Setting the cleaning controls
Page 14
Brush overload (Over Current)
Page 14
Regular Maintenance
Cleaning Tanks and Filters
Page 15
Removing / replacing the clean-water tank
Page 16
Replacing the waste-water tank
Page 16
Changing the floor-tool blades
Page 17
Refitting the floor-tool blades
Page 17
Battery care
Page 18
Removing the battery-pack fuse
Page 18
Machine Charging
Page 19
Trouble shooting / Specifications
Page 20
Recommended spare parts / Warranty
Page 21
Wiring diagrams
Page 22
Declaration document
Page 23
Company addresses
Page 24
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Machine Overview
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Operator control panel ( see page 4 )
On / Off Lever
Waste-water tank
Clean-water tank
Brush deck
Squeegee blades
Floor-tool retaining knobs
Clean-water On / Off tap
Clean-water emptying cap
Rear moving wheels
Floor-tool vacuum hose
12. Vacuum hose
13. Separator
14. Clean-water filler cap
15. Clean-water level indicator
16. Clean-water tank fill point
17. On / Off switch
18. Battery connector
19. Top tank (waste water) drainage hose
20. Battery
21. Spare / replacement battery
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Control Panel Overview
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Battery Charge Level Indicator
7
Cycle sequence button
2
Hi / Lo Indicator
8
Water Flow On / Off Button
3
Brush Operation / Load Indicator
9
Handle Position Lever
4
Vacuum Indicator
10
On / Off Switch
5
Water Flow Indicator
11
On / Off Lever
6
Hi / Lo Button
For full easy to follow
Instructions on control panel set up and use,
see machine operation set-up page 14.
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About the Machine
Rating Label
WEEE
(Waste, Electrical and Electronic Equipment)
Scrubber dryer Accessories and packaging should be
sorted for environmentally-friendly recycling.
Only for EU countries.
Machine description
Do not dispose of scrubber-dryer into household waste.
Power/ Voltage/ Frequency According to the European Directive 2002/96/EC on waste
electrical electronic equipment and its incorporation into
Max gradient
national law.
Weight
Scrubber-dryers that are no longer suitable for use must
be separated, collected and sent for recovery in an
environmentally-friendly manner.
WEEE logo
Company name and address
CE mark
Machine year / week / serial number
Safety Critical Component
Charging Lead: H05VV-F x 1.0 mm2 x 3 core
Battery Charger: 100 - 240 Volt (50-60 Hz)
PPE
(Personal protective equipment) that may be required for certain operations).
Ear Protection
Safety Footwear
Head Protection
Safety Gloves
Caution floorsign
Dust/Allergens
Protection
Eye Protection
Protective
Clothing
Hi-Vis Jacket
Note:
A risk assessment should be
conducted to determine which PPE should be worn.
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ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS
READ MANUAL BEFORE USE
Information for Scrubber Dryer
Component
Interval
Inspect for
Charging Lead
DAILY
Scuffing, cracks, splits, conductors showing
Brushes
DAILY
Bristle damage, wear, drive collar wear
Squeegee Blade
BEFORE EACH USE
Wear, cracks, splits
Filters
BEFORE EACH USE
Clogging and debris retention
Tanks
AFTER EACH USE
Rinse dirty water tank after use
CAUTION:
Read the instruction manual before using the appliance.
This product meets the requirements of IEC 60335-2-72
WARNING:
As with all electrical equipment care and attention must be exercised at all times during its use, in addition to ensuring
that routine and preventative maintenance is carried out periodically in order to ensure its safe operation.
Failure to carry out maintenance as necessary, including the replacement of parts to the correct standard could render
this equipment unsafe and the manufacturer can accept no responsibility or liability in this respect.
When ordering spare parts always quote the Model Number / Serial Number specified on the Rating Plate.
Warning: do not use on slopes exceeding 6%.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning
use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
NOTE:
This machine is also suitable for commercial use, for example in hotels, schools, hospitals, factories, shops and
offices for other than normal housekeeping purposes.
CAUTION:
This machine is not suitable for picking-up hazardous dust.
Do not use on surfaces having a gradient exceeding that marked on the appliance.
The machine is not to be stored outdoors in wet conditions.
This machine is for indoor use only.
DO’S AND DON’TS:
DO ensure only competent persons unpack/assemble the machine.
DO keep your machine clean.
DO keep your brushes in good condition.
DO replace any worn or damaged parts immediately.
DO regularly examine the power cord for damage, such as cracking or ageing. If damage is found, replace the cord
before further use.
DO only replace the power cord with the correct Numatic approved replacement parts.
DO ensure that the work area is clear of obstructions and / or people.
DO ensure that the working area is well illuminated.
DO pre-sweep the area to be cleaned.
DON’T use steam cleaners or pressure washers to clean the machine or use in the rain.
DON’T attempt machine maintenance or cleaning unless the power plug has been removed from the supply outlet.
DON’T allow any inexperienced repairs. Call the experts.
DON’T strain cable or try to unplug by pulling on cable.
DON’T leave the brush pad on the machine when not in use.
DON’T allow the machine to be used by inexperienced or unauthorised operators or without appropriate training.
DON’T use the machine without the solution tanks properly positioned on the machine, as shown in the instructions.
DON’T expect the machine to provide trouble-free, reliable operation unless maintained correctly.
DON’T lift or pull the machine by any of the operating triggers, use the main handle.
DON’T remove the handle from the machine except for service and repair.
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WARNING:
Only use brushes provided with the appliance or those specified in the instruction manual.
The use of other brushes may impair safety.
A full range of brushes and accessories are available for this product.
Only use brushes or pads which are suitable for the correct operation of the machine for the specific task being
performed.
It is essential that this equipment is correctly assembled and operated in accordance with current safety regulations.
When using the equipment always ensure that all necessary precautions are taken to guarantee the safety of the
operator and any other persons who may be affected.
Wear non-slip footwear when scrubbing. Use a respiratory mask in dusty environments.
The machine, while charging, must be positioned so that the mains plug is easily accessible.
When cleaning, servicing or maintaining the machine, replacing parts or converting to another function the power
source shall be switched off.
Mains operated machines shall be disconnected by removing the power plug, and battery operated machines shall be
disconnected by removing the isolating pin (Battery pack).
Machines left unattended shall be secured against unintentional movement.
Operators shall be adequately instructed as to the correct use of the machine.
PRECAUTIONS WHEN WORKING WITH BATTERIES
1. Always wear protective clothing e.g. face visor, gloves and overalls when working with batteries.
2. Whenever possible always use a properly designated and well-ventilated area for charging. Do not smoke or bring
naked flames into the charging area.
3. Remove any metallic items from hands, wrists and neck i.e. rings, chains etc. before working on a battery.
4. Never rest tools or metallic objects on top of the battery.
5. When charging is complete disconnect from the mains supply.
6. The batteries must be removed from the machine before it is scrapped.
7. The machine must be disconnected from the supply when removing the battery.
8. The batteries are to be disposed of safely and in accordance with the battery directive.
9. Only use genuine NUMATIC replacement batteries.
10. Do not allow the batteries to become fully discharged; it may not be possible to recharge them.
11.Do not allow one battery to be discharged separately to the other.
12.Do not mix batteries from different machines.
13. The batteries fitted to this product are Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) gel electrolyte type. The fitting of any
other type of battery may cause a safety hazard.
BATTERY CARE
1. Always recharge the batteries after use. This can be done at any time it is not necessary to wait until they are fully
discharged; they do not develop a “memory”.
2. Leaving the charger to operate for a minimum of 4 hours after the green light has come on, at least weekly, will
prolong battery life.
3. Do not store the machine with the batteries discharged.
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Quick Set-Up Guide
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PLEASE READ BEFORE COMMENCING ANY OPERATION.
After the removal of all the packaging, carefully open and check the contents.
Ensure the Batteries are charged before use.
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Using the handle position lever, move the handle into the
upright position (Fig.1).
Fig.1
2
Fit the Brush / Pad (Fig.2).
Fig.2
3
Swing the floor-tool carrier from behind the brush (Fig.3).
Fig.3
4
Using the two locking knobs fitted to the floor-tool, secure to
the floor-tool to the floor-tool carrier (Fig.4).
Fig.4
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Fit the battery to the machine (Fig.5) and plug in the power
supply (Fig.5a). Ensure the battery has been charged before
use.
Fill the clean-water to a Max of 18 litres
(see page 10)
Fig.5
For operation and cleaning
controls (see page 14)
Fig.5a
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Machine Set-Up
ALWAYS ENSURE THAT THE BATTERY IS DISCONNECTED
BEFORE MAKING ANY ADJUSTMENTS
Fitting the brushes
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Featuring the Nulock brush system.
The brush is simply pushed and twisted to lock, making fitting and removal a simple process.
Only use manufacturer supplied brushes.
This machine requires a 400mm brush or a 360mm pad.
Slide the brush / pad under the brush deck (Fig.6).
Fig.6
Fit the brush / pad onto the Nulock drive chuck, twist to lock
the brush / pad in place (Fig.7).
Fig.7
Safety gloves are recommended for the changing of used brushes.
Fitting the Floor Tool
The floor-tool has been designed for quick fitting, allowing easy squeegee blade replacement and a safety knock-off
feature if the floor-tool gets snagged, whilst in transit.
Swing the floor-tool carrier to the side of the machine
(Fig.8).
Fig.8
Note:
It is easier to fit the floor-tool if the weight of the machine is
resting on the brush. Ensure the brush is fitted first.
Secure to the carrier using the
two knobs fitted to the floor-tool
carrier (Fig.9) - (Fig.9a).
Do not over tighten the retaining
knobs.
Fig.9
Fig.9a
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Machine Set-Up
Filling the clean-water tank
The TTB 1840 is equipped with a large 18 litre clean-water tank allowing large areas to be cleaning in a single fill.
To fill the clean-water tank, remove the filler cap (Fig.10).
Fig.10
Fill using a hose, bucket or a suitable container (Fig.11).
Fig.11
Note:
Great care must be taken to ensure that contaminants (leaves,hair, dirt, etc) are not allowed to enter the
clean-water tank during the filling process.
If using a bucket or similar, ensure it is always clean and free from debris.
Fill Level Indicator
Fill the clean-water tank to a maximum of 18 litres, including cleaning chemicals if required.
Follow chemical manufacturing guide lines.
This allows the machine to be tipped back and moved without spillage (see page 12).
Fig.12
Use the fill indicator
(Fig.12)
Fig.13
Showing the clean-water tank empty
(Fig.13)
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Fig.13a
Showing the clean-water tank full
(Fig.13a)
Machine Set-Up
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WHEN HANDLING AND MIXING CHEMICALS
Always ensure that chemical manufacturers safety guidelines are followed.
Only use chemicals recommended for use in auto scrubber-dryers.
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Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH)
For best results use a non-foaming type of chemical, dilute to the manufacturers specification.
For further guidance on hazardous substances refer to health and safety instructions online.
Visit http://www.hse.gov.uk/ for UK information.
Water Flow Adjustment
Located on the left of the machine is the On / Off water tap
(Fig.14).
Ideally set the tap to 450 this enables the cleaning
solution to last the same time as a fully-charged battery
(Fig.15).
Fig.14
450
Fig.15
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Important
Do not operate machine unless the Operator Manual has been read and fully understood.
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Pre-cleaning advice
Before performing the cleaning operation, place out
appropriate warning signs and sweep or dust-mop the floor
(Fig.16).
Numatic part (629044) Wet Floor sign
(available if required)
Fig.16
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Moving the machine
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Machine Set-Up
Caution:
When moving or lifting the TTB 1840, follow the national safety guidelines on lifting.
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When the bottom tank (clean water) is full the machine can be
tilted to a maximum of 450 (Fig.17).
Fig.17
When the top tank (waste water) is full the machine can be
tilted to a maximum of 100 for transporting to dumping area
(Fig.18).
Fig.18
Transport the machine by tilting back on to the main transit
wheels (Fig.19).
Fig.19
Weight of empty machine (Fig.20).
Without the battery pack:- 38.5Kg (85 lbs).
Battery pack weight:- 13.5Kg (30 lbs).
Complete machine :- 52Kg (115 lbs)
Fig.20
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Caution
Ensure both tanks are empty and the battery has been removed before attempting
to lift the machine.
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Pre-scrub mode
Machine Operation
The TTB-1840 has been designed to cope with a variety of floor types and different levels of soiling.
On heavily soiled floors use a ‘double scrub’ technique.
First pre-scrub the floor with the floor-tool in the raised position (Fig.21), allow the chemical time to work, then scrub
the area a second time with the floor-tool lowered.
Fig.21
Fig.22
Fig.23
To raise the floor-tool, ensure the floor-tool carrier is central to the machine (Fig.22).
Lift the lever near the base of the handle and lock into position (Fig.23).
Note: The lever moves upward and backward motion to lock the floortool in the raised position.
Floor tool in use
The clean water / chemical mix is dispersed via the
‘THRU-FEED’ system.
The waste water is then retrieved by the floor-tool
(see page 9).
Overlap the scrubbing path by 10cm to ensure an even clean
(Fig.24).
Fig.24
If streaking occurs, wipe the floor-tool blades clean (Fig.25).
Note:
Fig.25
Care must be taken to reduce speed when cornering or when manoeuvring around obstacles.
Hi - Lo Setting
The TTB 1840 provides a choice of both Hi - Lo speeds.
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Setting the cleaning controls
1
1
450
Fig.27
Fig.26
To activate the control panel: press the
cycle button or press a trigger (Fig.26).
To start: hold down either trigger and press the yellow start
button once (Fig.26).
(Fig.27a)
Whilst the brush motor is running press the tap On / OFF
button for fluid control (Fig.27a), the clean tank tap must be
open.
Ideally set the tap to 450 (Fig.27) this enables the cleaning
solution to last the same time as a fully-charged battery .
When the triggers are released the brush motor and the
cleaning solution pump will switch off, the vacuum motor will
continue for 10 seconds.
(Fig.27b)
Press the
(Fig.27b).
cycle button to operate the brush only
The start sequence is required in this mode.
The tap button will operate in this mode.
(Fig.27c)
Press the cycle button again to get vacuum only.
The start button and triggers are not required in this mode.
(Fig.27c).
Press the cycle button to switch this mode off and return to
default mode.
The panel if unused will automatically turn off after 60
seconds.
Brush overload.
(Fig.27d)
The brush LED light will flash if the brush motor has been
overloaded (Fig.27d).
Releasing the handle triggers will allow the machine to stop
and reset.
If the brush motor keeps overloading
consider using a different type of brush.
Heavy brush load decreases the available battery run
time.
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Regular Maintenance
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ALWAYS ENSURE THAT THE BATTERY IS DISCONNECTED
PRIOR TO ANY MAINTENANCE OPERATION
The TTB 1840 has been designed with ease of use in mind, this included easy stripping-down and cleaning.
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After use, empty waste-water tank using
emptying hose and flush-out with clean
water. A
A
Remove the two hoses to disconnect the separator from the
machine (Fig.28).
Lift off the separator. The separator has a sealing-rubber
Fig.28
which should be examined at every clean-down (Fig.29).
Rinse using clean water.
Fig.29
Fig.30
Fig.30a
Fig.32
Fig.31
Remove the two filters clipped into the separator and flush with clean water (Fig.30)(Fig.30a).
Replace by fitting the rear of the filter first then clipping the front to lock in place (Fig.31) (Fig.32).
Disconnect and remove the
battery before proceeding with
tank removal (Fig.33).
Once emptied the top
waste-water tank can simply be
lifted off. (Fig.33a).
Fig.33
Fig.33a
The clean-water tank can be drained via the yellow cap fitted
to the left hand side of the machine. The cap has a rubber
seal and might require a spanner to remove (Fig.34).
NOTE:
Avoid over tightening the clean water draining cap.
Fig.34
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Regular Maintenance
Removing the Clean Water Tank
Fig.35
Fig.36
Replacing the Clean Water Tank
Once the clean-water tank has been emptied, the tank can be
removed.
Firstly detach the water feed pipe from the tap, this can be
done by pushing the red tap clip in whilst pulling off the pipe.
(Fig.35).
The black suction hose from the
floor-tool simply pulls off the floor-tool
(Fig.36).
Inside the clean water tank is a filter,
located below the clean water inlet
(Fig.36a)
Clean all hoses and filters by flushing
Fig 36a
with clean water.
Fit the suction hose to the floor-tool (Fig.37) and pass through
the hole in the clean-water tank (Fig.37a).
Place the tank onto the machine base.
Fig.37
Fig.37a
NOTE:
Ensure the water feed pipe locates in the channel
moulded into the base of the tank (Fig.38).
The water feed pipe simply
pushes onto the tap (Fig.38a).
Fig.38
Fig.38a
Replacing the Waste Water Tank
Place the suction hose as shown
(Fig.39).
Place the tank onto the machine
(Fig.39a).
Fig.39
Fig.39a
Refit the separator and reconnect the vacuum and suction
hose (Fig.40).
Fig.40
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Changing the Floor Tool Blades
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ALWAYS ENSURE THAT THE BATTERY IS DISCONNECTED PRIOR TO ANY
MAINTENANCE
To change the floor-tool, firstly swing the floor-tool clear of the
machine (Fig.41).
Undo the two floor-tool retaining knobs (Fig.42).
Fig.41
Fig.42
Fig.43
Fig.44
Fig.45
Unscrew the four knobs securing the blade holder (Fig.43).
Remove the blade holder (Fig.44).
Replace the Squeegee blades using (606261) replacement blade set (Fig.45), fitting the blades on to the moulded
location lugs.
Refitting the Floor Tool Blades
Refit the blade holder, retain using the two outer knobs
(Fig.46)
Ensure the slotted blade goes to the front of the
floor-tool (Fig.47).
Note:
The blades are designed to be reversible, thus
extending their useful working life.
Fig.46
Refit the floor-tool using the two central knobs to
the floor-tool.
Refer to Page 9 for fitting instructions.
Fig.47
1. Floor-tool main body
2. Blade carrier
1
3. Rear blade
4. Front blade (slotted)
5. Retaining Knobs x 4
Use Genuine NUMATIC spare parts.
use
Replacement Blade Set (606261)
2
5
3
4
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Battery Care
Removing the battery
Unplug the battery from the machine using the red
connection handle (Fig.48).
The battery can then be lifted from the machine for
storage or charging (Fig.49).
Fig.48
Fig.49
Removing the battery pack fuse
The battery pack comes with a 40 amp safety
fuse fitted (Fig.50).
Replace the fuse using (208526) Numatic
approved part (Fig.51).
Fig.50
Fig.51
Recharge the machine fully after its last use.
Do not leave the machine in a discharged state.
Under abnormal use;
i.e. leaving the machine without charging for a period of time, we advise that you disconnect the battery from
the machine.
If the machine will be standing unused for a period of 30 days or more, then batteries must be fully charged.
Note:
Batteries should be recharged every three months.
Charge fully the day before you start using the machine again.
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Machine Charging
To ensure your machine remains at its maximum efficiency and prolong your battery life, please follow
the simple steps below:
Under normal daily usage:
Recharge batteries after each use
regardless of machine operation
time (Fig.52).
Connect the charger unit to the
battery and plug the charger into a
suitable power supply (Fig.52a).
Fig.52
Fig.52a
The battery charge state is shown by the light sequence
on the front of the charger (Fig.53).
Signal (LED)
Meaning
Red LED on
First phase of charge in progress
Yellow LED on
Second phase of charge in progress
Green LED on
End of charge or maintenance phase
Disconnect from power supply
Switch power supply, Off then On, to restart the
charging cycle
Red LED flashing
Unsuitable battery or charging malfunction
Safety timer exceeded
Internal short circuit
Disconnect from power supply
Switch power supply, Off then On, to restart the
charging cycle
Yellow LED flashing
Battery not connected
Fig.53
INITIAL TEST
Green LED with 2 flashes
Battery charger configured for recharging Gel or
AGM batteries
Red LED with 2 flashes
Battery charger configured for recharging
Lead-acid (Wet) traction batteries
The battery meter displays the charge level of the batteries; when fully charged,
all meter lights are illuminated (Fig.53).
As the machine is used and the batteries are discharged, the meter lights will go out from
top to bottom.
If the battery-charge level is allowed to discharge to the point that only one red light remains
illuminated, the operator should either replace or charge the battery.
The battery supplied for this machine allows for a run time of 45 mins approx (Hi Mode),
when fully charged.
The battery pack must be fully discharged and recharged over a few cycles and brushes
need to be worn in to achieve maximum efficiency.
Charge time is approximately 6 hours.
Spare replacement batteries are available from your supplier.
See TTB-1840 Spares list for part numbers.
The TTB-1840 come with its own stand-alone charger.
Insert the charging lead required for your country into the charger.
Connect the charger to a suitable power supply.
Once mains power is connected the red charging indicator will illuminate.
To ensure a full charge, the battery should be left for a period of 6 hrs.
Once fully charged, disconnect the charging lead from both the power supply and the machine.
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Trouble-Shooting
PROBLEM
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Vacuum will not operate
Vacuum not turned on
Turn on vacuum (page 17)
Poor water pick-up
Waste-water tank full
Clogged / blocked vacuum hose
Loose hose connections
Debris basket filter clogged / blocked
Separator filter clogged / blocked
Poor separator seal
Damaged separator seal
Damaged / split vacuum hose
Damaged floor-tool blades
Low battery charge
Empty waste-water tank (page 17)
Remove and clean (page 17)
Push tight connections (page 17)
Remove and clean (page 17)
Remove and clean (page 17)
Clean and refit (page 17)
Renew (contact service dept)
Renew (contact service dept)
Renew (contact service dept)
Recharge batteries (page 19 /21)
No brush / scrub function
No brushes fitted
Brush overloaded
Check and fit (page 10)
Reset machine (page 14, Fig.27d)
Little or no water flow
Clean-water tank empty
Clean-water tank filter blocked/ clogged
Incorrect water flow setting
Fill clean-water tank (page 11)
Remove and clean (page 17)
Adjust tap as desired (page 14)
Machine just ‘stops’ while
operating
To much load on the brush system
Reset the machine and decrease the
brush load to best suit the floor type
(page 14, Fig.27d)
Replace 40 Amp fuse (page 18)
Machine will not operate
Missing or blown fuses
Battery not connected
Low battery charge
Fit or replace fuse (page 8)
Connect battery (page 8)
Charge batteries (page 19/21)
Blown fuse in Battery pack
Specifications
Model TTB-1840
Brush Motor
Vac Motor
Brush
Sizes
Pad
sizes
Weight
Protection
Class
Run Time
per battery pack
Power
400W
24V 300W
400mm
360mm
52 Kg
IPX4
Hi - 35 mins
Lo - 45 mins
2 x 12V (24V) 18Ahr
Area
Performance
per
battery pack
1050m2
Fluid Flow Brush / Pad
(Tap at 45’)
Pressure
0.35 LPM
(60 mins)
27.4/
26.2 g/cm2
Speed
Recharge
time
Cleaning
Speed
Hand Arm
Vibration
Noise
Size
Hi-150 rpm
Lo-130rpm
6 hrs
0-4.2Kph
0.6 m/s2
Hi-70.3 dB(A)
Lo-68.2 dB(A)
850mmx
1132mmx
520mm
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Recommended Spare Parts - TTB-1840
606105
400mm
Scrubbing Brush
(MDA-21)
606400
360mm
Drive Board
Padloc
606260
TTB-1840 BATTERY PACK (BOXED)
606261
TTB-1840 REPLACEMENT BLADE SET
606266
TTB-1840 BATTERY & CHARGER PACK (UK)
303985
TTB-1840 FILLER CAP
ASSEMBLY
606267
TTB-1840 BATTERY & CHARGER PACK (EURO)
237268
FILLER CAP LID
606268
TTB-1840 BATTERY & CHARGER PACK
(SWISS)
237232
TTB-1840 SEPERATOR FILTER
606269
TTB-1840 BATTERY & CHARGER PACK (CSA)
237260
TTB-1840 GRIT BASKET
606270
TTB-1840 BATTERY & CHARGER PACK
(SOUTH AFRICA)
231054
TTB-1840 SUCTION HOSE
606271
TTB-1840 BATTERY & CHARGER PACK (AUS)
213055
TTB-1840 VAC HOSE
606272
TTB-1840 CHARGER PACK (UK)
208471
CONSTANT TENSION CLIP
606273
TTB-1840 CHARGER PACK (EURO)
303997
TTB-1840 DUMP-HOSE
ASSEMBLY
606274
TTB-1840 CHARGER PACK (SWISS)
208448
TANK DRAIN CAP
606275
TTB-1840 CHARGER PACK (CSA)
208526
REPLACEMENT 40AMP FUSE
606276
TTB-1840 CHARGER PACK (SOUTH AFRICA)
208455
M5 KNOB (BLACK)
606277
TTB-1840 CHARGER PACK (AUS)
208537
CONSTANT TENSION CLIP (VAC HOSE)
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EU Declaration of Conformity
EU DECLARATION
OF
CONFORMITY
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We hereby declare under our sole responsibility that the
following equipment fulfils all the relevant provisions of the
following EU Directives:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU
Machine Description:
Type: TTB 1840 series
Manufactured by:
Scrubber Dryer
Numatic International Limited
Relevant standards upon which conformity is declared
include:
IEC 60335-1:2010
IEC 60335-2-72:2002 +A1:2005 +A2:2006
EN 55014-1:2006
EN 55014-2:1997 +A1:2001
BS EN 62233:2008
A technical construction file for this equipment is retained at
the manufacturer’s address under the authorisation of the
following signatory:
Name:Allyn Boyes
Position: Technical Manager
Signed:
Date: 01 /01/2013
Numatic International Limited,
Chard , Somerset.
TA20 2GB
www.numatic.co.uk
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GB
This machine has been packed
with the following:
Charging Lead + Charger
Brush / Pad
Battery Pack
Floor Tool
Signed
Numatic International Limited, Chard, Somerset, TA20 2GB, ENGLAND.
Telephone 01460 68600 Fax: 01460 68458
www. numatic.co.uk
Numatic International GmbH, Fränkische Straße 15-19,
30455 Hannover, DEUTSCHLAND.
Tel: 05 11 98 42 16 0 Fax: 05 11 98 42 16 20
www.numatic.de
Numatic International S.A., 13/17 rue du Valengelier, EAE la Tuilerie, 77500
Chelles, FRANCE. Tel: 01 64 72 61 61 Fax: 01 64 72 61 62
www.numatic.fr
BeNeLux Distribution, Numatic International BV, Postbus 101, 2400 AC
Alphen aan den Rijn, NEDERLAND.Tel: 0172 467 999 Fax: 0172 467 970
www.numatic.nl
Numatic International (Pty.) Ltd. 16th & Pharmaceutical Roads,
Midrand, Gauteng, S.A. 1685. Tel: 0861 686 284 Fax: 0861 686 329
www.numatic.co.za
Numatic International Schweiz AG. Sihlbruggstrasse 142,
6340 Baar. SCHWEIZ. Tel: 0041 (0) 41 76 80 76 - 0.
Fax: 0041 (0) 41 76 80 76 - 9.
Specification subject to change without prior notice
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www.numatic.ch
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