Aridex AX120 240 Manual #U2215

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Table of Contents
Safety Instructions
Grounding Instructions
Introduction
System Overview
Set Up / Cleaning Procedures
Brushes
Prep & Setup
Cleaning the Fabric
Tips For Professional Cleaners
Fabrics
Spot & Stain Removal
Accessories & Supplies
Maintenance Procedures
Troubleshooting
Parts Lists
Wiring Diagrams
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THIS APPLIANCE
WHEN USING AN ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE, BASIC PRECAUTIONS SHOULD ALWAYS BE FOLLOWED, INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:
WARNING — TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE, ELECTRIC SHOCK, OR INJURY:
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Do not leave appliance when plugged in. Unplug from outlet when not in use and before servicing.
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Use indoors only.
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Do not allow to be used as a toy. Close attention is necessary when used by or near children.
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Use only as described in this manual. Use only manufacturer’s recommended attachments.
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Inspect cord for damage before each use. Do not use with damaged cord or plug. If appliance is
not working as it should, has been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or dropped into water,
return it to a service center.
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Do not pull or carry by cord, use cord as a handle, close a door on cord, or pull cord around sharp
edges or corners. Do not run appliance over cord. Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
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Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug, grasp the plug, not the cord.
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Do not handle plug or appliance with wet hands.
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Do not put any object into openings. Do not use with any opening blocked; keep free of dust, lint,
hair, and anything that may reduce air flow.
10 Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all parts of body away from openings and moving parts.
11 Turn off all controls before unplugging.
12 Use extra care when cleaning on stairs.
13 Do not use to pick up flammable or combustible liquids such as gasoline or use in areas where
they may be present.
14 Do not pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes, matches, or hot ashes.
15 Do not use without filter bag in place.
16 Connect to a properly grounded outlet only. See grounding instructions.
17 Always turn off this appliance before connecting or disconnecting the upholstery cleaning head.
18 Do not immerse. Use only on carpet/upholstery moistened by cleaning process.
19 Upholstery cleaning head hose contains electrical wires. Do not use if damaged, cut, or punctured.
20 Have repairs made only by a qualified Aridex service center.
21 This unit is to be used only with Aridex cleaning products.
22 If foam or liquid discharges from the appliance during use, switch machine off immediately.
23 Do not use for picking up health endangering dust such as asbestos.
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Grounding Instructions
IMPORTANT!
WARNING! Be sure the unit is properly grounded.
This appliance must be grounded. If it should malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path of
least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This appliance is equipped with
a cord having an equipment-grounding conductor and grounding plug. The plug must be inserted into
an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in accordance with all local codes and
ordinances.
WARNING! Improper connection of the equipment-grounding conductor can result in a risk of electric
shock. Check with a qualified electrician or service person if you are in doubt as to whether the outlet is
properly grounded. Do not modify the plug provided with the appliance. If it will not fit the outlet, have a
proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
This appliance is for use on a nominal 120/230v circuit that has a grounding attachment plug that looks like
the plug illustrated in Figure A. Make sure that the appliance is connected to an outlet having the same
configuration as the plug. No adaptor should be used with this appliance.
Grounding the Aridex Machine.
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Introduction
IMPORTANT!
This is a commercial appliance, not intended for household use.
Your Aridex Upholstery Extraction Cleaning System
is a precision piece of equipment. However, it will do
the best job for you only if you understand it.
Please read this book all the way through before
you try to use your new system. Read it again, and
work through each step to make sure you understand
it. Keep this book in a safe place for future reference.
furniture and carpet. It uses standard electrical
current, so all you have to do is plug the power cord
into a properly grounded wall outlet.
The Aridex Upholstery Extraction Cleaning
System is a high quality tool that meets professional
upholstery cleaning standards. It will give you years
of dependable service even under the most
demanding conditions. It’s easy to use and maintain,
and you’ll like its flexibility. Engineered by one of
the world’s leading producers of heavy-duty cleaning
equipment, you’ll also like its many handy features.
How It Works
The Aridex Upholstery Extraction Cleaning
System will help you simply and easily clean both
WARNING: DISCONNECT FROM
POWER BEFORE SERVICING
Caution: Do not overwet fabrics
How the cleaning process works
(A) Container for special liquid detergent.
(F) Nozzle of powerful vacuum removes dirt-laden
foam from fabric.
(B) Exhaust air from electric motor travels to
(C), where it mixes with detergent to produce
dry foam.
(G) Foam with dirt held in suspension arrives in dirt
receptacle tank.
(D) Dirt-dissolving foam rushes to (E) brush head.
(H) Air passes through filter and (B) motor to air
outlet at bottom of machine to complete the cleaning
cycle.
(E) Gentle outside brushes revolve clockwise while
inside brushes revolve counterclockwise. This double
action separates greasy dirt from fabric and gives
deep, thorough shampooing.
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System Overview
The Aridex Upholstery Extraction Cleaning
System has been developed to give you a fast,
economical method of upholstery cleaning. This
versatile, portable machine has a number of unique
features. A detergent solution is changed into a dry
foam inside the main body of the machine, called the
power unit.
Detergent Solution
The detergent capacity of the Upholstery Extraction
Cleaning System is two U.S. gallons (7.6 liters).
Prepare Von Schrader Carpet and Upholstery
Detergent by mixing 4-6 oz. of detergent per gallon
of water. Improper use or dilution may cause damage
to surfaces and increased risk of health effects.
This dry foam is forced by air pressure to the brush
unit on which a switch is mounted to control the
amount of foam desired. The foam is applied by two
brushes, each rotating in opposite directions. The
scrubbing action of the brushes on the fabric loosens
the dirt.
Caution: Avoid contact with eyes. (S25) Should eye
contact occur, flush thoroughly with water. If irritation
persists, consult physician. Not flammable.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) not required.
Non-hazardous per OSHA and EU guidelines when
used as directed.
The wet and dry vacuum system, which is built into
the machine, is used to extract the dirty foam from
the fabric, and to remove loose soil and dust prior to
cleaning.
Disposal: Empty packaging may be recycled or
landfilled in accordance with local regulations.
Waste solutions typically must be disposed of in the
sewer or in a wastewater treatment facility; please
check your local regulations.
The vacuum is of a powerful 2-stage fan design. One
universal motor in the power unit drives the vacuum
and also makes the foam. A unique permanent
magnet motor in the brush unit drives the cleaning
brushes.
Always Test For Color Fastness First!
Identify a place where the fabric is exposed to wear
and sunlight. The dye on some upholstery fabrics
will begin to break down faster when subjected to
these conditions. While the back of a chair may not
show deterioration after cleaning, the front may fade
because of this fact.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Save all the shipping
containers and inner packing material in which
your Aridex Upholstery Extraction Cleaning
System arrived. You will want to use them if it is ever
necessary to ship your machine.
Wet a white cloth with detergent solution.
Power Supply
Rub the cloth on each color of the fabric. If any color
rubs off on the cloth, it indicates that the colors in
the fabric are not fast. Do not attempt to clean a
fabric that fails this fastness test!
The power unit is available with two power supplies:
120 volts AC or 230 volts AC.
The brush unit’s permanent magnet motor is driven
by 24 volt DC current supplied by the power unit.
NOTE: Some fabrics may stand two or three
cleanings, but will fade or “bleed” on the third or
fourth cleaning. It is good professional practice to
always make the fastness test even if you have
successfully cleaned the fabrics in the past.
Important: Von Schrader liquid detergent will not
harm any color that is fast to water, but you may
occasionally come across a very low grade or poor
quality fabric which is not even color fast to water
alone. Do not attempt to clean such fabrics!
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Set Up / Cleaning Procedures
Power cord. The machine is supplied with
a 30-foot (9m) power cord. The cord is
attached to the center of the front panel. The
cord can be conveniently stored by wrapping
tightly around upper half of the hood.
The Aridex Upholstery Extraction Cleaning
System offers an attractive alternative to outdated
wet upholstery cleaning systems. With it, no liquid
touches the fabric, just a soft, gentle dry foam that
separates the dirt from the fabric, then is removed
immediately.
Fill the detergent tank. Unscrew the
detergent tank cap on the top of the power
unit hood. Using the filling funnel, pour no
more than two U.S. gallons (7.6 liters) of
diluted detergent into the tank. The tank is
full when detergent reaches the bottom of
the filler tube. DO NOT OVER-FILL. Replace
the cap tightly to insure proper foam
generation.
The odorless detergent used in this process is
actually beneficial to fabrics. No dirt attracting soaps
or toxic dry cleaning fluids are used, and furniture is
ready for use immediately after cleaning.
Brushes
Take care to keep foreign objects from
contacting the brushes while storing or transporting
the machine. Failure to protect the brushes may
result in the bristles taking a distorted set.
Add Liquidator solution to recovery tank.
1) Remove hood - using a screwdriver,
loosen the two retaining screws and lift up.
2) Remove filter housing - unlatch filter
housing and pull straight back.
3) Mix defoamer solution by adding 1 teaspoon
of liquidator concentrate along with 1/4 cup of
water into the recovery tank.
4) Replace filter housing and hood.
Preparation and Setup
Insert foam connector. The foam connector
goes into the panel on the front of the power
unit. Take care to align the electrical
connections on this unit. Lift the connector
and it will lock in place with a soft “snap”. To
remove connector, lift the U-shaped latch
located on the top of the panel and pull out
the connector. The following figure shows the
panel with all connections inserted.
Controls. On the top of the power unit
is the main power switch. Make sure
that the brush unit switch is OFF before
activating the main power switch. The
vacuum, foam, and brushes are remotely
controlled by the switch on the brush unit.
You may use the vacuum when the brush
unit is in either the OFF or ON position.
Insert vacuum hose coupling. Insert the
vacuum hose in the panel.
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DO NOT vacuum when the brush unit is in the FOAM
position because the same air used to vacuum is also
being used to make foam. Using the vacuum while
generating foam will restrict air flow and result in
reduced foam output.
Cleaning With Your Aridex
Turn the power unit switch to the ON position.
Turn the brush unit switch to the FOAM position.
The brush unit runs in either the ON (dry) or FOAM
position. You may switch back and forth freely from
one setting to the other to control the amount of foam
being produced.
Apply foam to about 3 sq.ft. (.3 sq.m.) of fabric
(about the size of a cushion) and brush the area
with the brush unit. Use both horizontal and
vertical motions. Let the brush unit do the
scrubbing while you slowly guide it.
A unique design forces the foam to flow around the
motor case inside the brush unit. This circulation
helps keep the foam warm and cools the motor.
NOTE: Excessive foam does not aid in cleaning.
If an excessive amount of foam starts to build
up, simply place the brush unit switch to the ON
position. You will be able to easily regulate the
amount of foam by moving the brush unit switch
back and forth between the ON and FOAM
positions.
Under the hood is a reversing switch to change
the direction of rotation of the cleaning brushes.
Changing the direction of rotation at the beginning
of each day (or after 8 hours of running time) helps
keep the cleaning brushes from taking a “set” in one
direction, and will greatly increase the life of the
carbon brushes in the brush unit motor.
On heavily soiled areas you do not have to apply
more pressure to the brush unit. The revolving
action of the brushes is enough to clean the
fabric. The foam alone may not do the job.
Applying a prespray such as Prelim will help.
Follow the directions for use as printed on the
container. Use of Prelim will greatly reduce the
scrubbing required to remove heavily soiled areas.
CAUTION: Do not reverse brush unit rotation while
the brush unit motor is running. Doing so may
demagnetize the permanent magnets in the brush
motor.
Note that the brush unit side handle offers added
control and helps reduce operator fatigue. It can
be mounted on either the right or left side of the
brush unit. Simply remove outer access cap.
Use waterproof mats. Use waterproof mats to
protect the floor from moisture which may build
up during cleaning.
Prevacuum the fabric. Always vacuum the
fabric well before cleaning to remove all loose
dust and dirt. Brushes and combs can help
loosen soil.
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Don't leave the foam on the fabric for more than
2 to 3 minutes, including brushing time.
Cleaning Sofas
The average three cushion sofa can be cleaned in
less than 1 hour. Follow these steps:
NOTE: Heavier fabrics will withstand more
brushing than will delicate fabrics.
Tip the sofa forward so you can clean its back
side while standing upright rather than while
bending or kneeling. Because the back of
the sofa receives minimal soil, you will be
able to clean larger sections at one time.
Apply foam for no longer than 30 seconds.
Excessive heat from operating the brush unit in
the "FOAM" position for too long can result in
damage to the air valve/solenoid assembly.
Adequate cooling will be achieved by brushing
in the foam in the "ON" position then switch the
brush unit to "OFF" and vacuum the fabric
thoroughly.
Clean the arms and sides of the sofa next.
Clean the front and top surfaces next.
NOTE: It is very important to have the brush
unit switch in the OFF position when
vacuuming because the strength of the
vacuum is greatly decreased when the brush
unit is running.
Any fringe or apron bordering the bottom of
the sofa can be held with one hand and
cleaned while holding the brush unit in your
other hand.
Clean the cushions last. Place them on top
of the waterproof mat and clean the outside
edges along with either the top or bottom.
Vacuum the foam, turn the cushion over,
then clean the opposite side. The brush unit’s
light weight allows you to control the cushion
with one hand while cleaning it with the brush
unit in your other hand.
As you are learning the cleaning technique, especially
during your first few cleaning jobs, check frequently
for wetting of the filter bag. When this bag gets wet it
allows liquid into fans and the motor, which will in
time ruin the motor bearings. The bag will get wet if
you are using improper cleaning technique. If the filter
bag is getting wet, brush the foam more before
vacuuming, or use less foam.
Cleaning Chairs
With good technique, dust and dirt will collect on the
filter bag with little or no foam buildup in the recovery
tank. If the bag has been wetted during cleaning,
remove the filter housing from the machine and run
the power unit motor for 1 minute to clean out foam
and liquid. Rinse the filter bag, shake out excess
water, and replace.
A large upholstered lounge chair can be cleaned in
15 minutes or less.
If practical, tip the chair forward so it will
support itself on its arms. This allows you to
clean its back side while standing upright
rather than while bending or kneeling.
Because the back of the chair receives
minimal soil, you will be able to clean larger
sections at one time.
Drying Time
We recommend allowing furniture to dry completely
before use. Fabrics vary in drying time, and will take
from 2 to 10 hours to dry. Factors affecting drying
time include the type of fabric, relative humidity,
and air circulation.
Place the chair on its side on the waterproof
mat, allowing you to work from a standing
position. Clean one side, then turn the chair
and clean the other side.
Turn the chair upright and clean the front and
top surfaces next.
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Any fringe or apron bordering the bottom of the
chair can be held with one hand and cleaned
while holding the brush unit in your other hand.
Cleaning Fabric Covered Wall Dividers
Many commercial and industrial offices are divided
into areas by fabric covered vertical panels. These
panels are ideally suited to cleaning with the
Aridex Upholstery Extraction Cleaning System’s
dry foam and light brush action. Here’s how:
Clean the cushion(s) last. Place them on top
of the waterproof mat and clean the outside
edges along with either the top or bottom.
Vacuum the foam, turn the cushion over,
then clean the opposite side. The brush unit’s
light weight allows you to control the cushion
with one hand while cleaning it with the brush
unit in your other hand.
Starting at the bottom of the panel, apply foam
over sections about 2 sq.ft. (.2 sq.m.).
Vacuum quickly. Allowing foam to set very
briefly prevents fabric from becoming overly
damp and speeds drying.
Velvets
While all colorfast fabrics are cleaned alike, velvets
require thorough brushing with a clean nap brush
for best results.
For best results, always work from bottom to top.
Auto Interiors
Identify the direction of the lay of the pile
before cleaning.
The Aridex Upholstery Extraction Cleaning
System safely, quickly, and conveniently cleans all
fabrics used in automobile interiors. These include
velours, woven fabrics, prints, textured patterns, and
even leather.
Brush the pile with the nap brush as soon as
the foam is vacuumed from one section.
Brush gently but thoroughly, so the pile lays all
in the same direction as it did before cleaning.
The Aridex Upholstery Extraction Cleaning
System’s innovative design allows you to use the
compact, easily handled brush head and vacuum
nozzle even in hard to reach locations, while the
power unit remains out of the way outside the vehicle.
If you fail to brush velvets well they will tend
to mat down and appear rough. This is
especially true of antique velvets.
Use an inexpensive blow hair dryer to
shorten drying time.
Leather
Von Schrader has developed special Leather Lather
and Leather Lotion, products formulated to effectively
clean all types of smooth, finished leather furniture
and vehicle interiors. Refer to the Accessories &
Supplies section elsewhere in this manual for more
Haitian Cotton
Haitian cotton presents a unique cleaning challenge.
Von Schrader has developed a special detergent
concentrate especially for Haitian Cotton. Refer to
the Accessories & Supplies section elsewhere in
this manual for more information.
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Tips for Professional Cleaners
Cleaning Tips
You can use a portable blow-type hair dryer
to speed drying time. Such a hair dryer will
prove especially useful on velvet materials.
* Where is the piece kept and what are
the soiling conditions there? (Soiling
conditions in a cafeteria or office location
will be different than those in most living
rooms, for example.)
Be sure to point out worn spots or faded
colors to your customer before beginning
cleaning. Such spots will be more noticeable
after cleaning is complete.
* Is the furniture subject to heavy smoke,
grease, or sunlight?
When cleaning fabrics with heavy soiling in
localized areas, clean the dirtiest areas first,
then start over and clean the entire piece.
This results in the soiled areas being cleaned
twice with a short drying time in between
always prespray first with “Prelim”.
* Is the piece located near a radiator or
heat vent?
Check the pieces to be cleaned for
unreported problems. Record all rips, tears,
snags, missing buttons, or warn areas.
Record all existing damage and discuss your
findings with your customer.
Special Considerations
Synthetics of all kinds or blends of different
fibers can present special challenges. It is
therefore difficult to promise that you will be
able to remove every spot on a piece of
upholstery. Additional pre-spotting treatment
may be necessary in some cases.
Vacuum the upholstery against the lay of the
nap. Use a crevice tool if needed. Be careful
not to loosen buttons.
Test for color fastness and shrinkage.
If the fabric fails the color fastness test, notify
the customer that the piece cannot be
cleaned without the risk of damage. If the
customer wishes to have you clean the
piece despite the risk of damage, obtain
approval in writing before starting work.
Carefully inspect and test all upholstery
before cleaning.
Ask the following important questions
before starting:
* How old is the furniture?
Never give an estimate over the phone.
* Has it ever been cleaned, either
professionally or by a home method?
Don’t forget about other services you can
offer, such as mattress cleaning, R.Vs, boats,
trailers and other unique cleaning
opportunities.
* In what type of fabric is it covered?
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Fabrics
Brocatel or Brocatelle - Similar to brocade,
but the pattern stands out in high relief and
is much more noticeable above the surface
than in brocade. Pattern has a “blistered”
appearance. The blistered areas have a
double back. This is a flat pattern.
Identifying Fabrics
Fabrics are classified in two ways: by weave and
pattern, or by the origin of the fiber (for example,
natural or man-made). For cleaning purposes it is
the second classification system that is most
important.
Chintz - A printed cotton fabric that is quite
often glazed. The base fabric is a simple flat
weave, usually a sheeting. Printed pattern
usually consists of small, lively figures or
large motifs. Used most often for draperies
and slip covers. Chintz cannot be cleaned
because any moisture removes the glaze.
The basic types of weaves or patterns are plain,
twill, and satin. Weaves can also be classified
as flat or pile.
Flat fabrics have a flat surface formed by weaving
yarns at right angles to one another. Velvets and
mohair have a surface made up of fibers standing
on end like the pile of a rug.
Corduroy - Characterized by a definite corded
or ribbed appearance. While corduroy
resembles a velvet fabric, it is a flat weave.
The corded or ribbed effect is produced by
floating an extra set of filling yarns over the
surface, then cutting these yarns so they
stand up like tufts. These tufts are then
teased, singed, and brushed. Corduroy is
generally made of cotton or mercerized cotton.
Even though most fabrics are cleaned the same
way, the following descriptions of the most common
types of fabrics may be helpful.
Artificial leather - Fabric coated with
nitrocellulose and embossed, then colored
to look like leather. This can be cleaned the
same as cloth. Use a leather dressing after
cleaning.
Crash - A simple, flat weave characterized
by a surface of coarse yarns woven in an
uneven texture. Made of cotton or linen,
sometimes combined with jute.
Boucle - A rather flat looking material with a
surface made up of yarns with knots and
spirals. No regular pattern. Surface yarns do
not cover the entire face, but are irregularly
placed to leave parts of the surface open.
A flat fabric made of wool, cotton, rayon,
or a blend.
Damask - Material with reversible pattern
which changes color on the reverse side.
Whereas the pattern of a brocade is raised,
the pattern in a damask is very flat. Linen
table cloths are characteristic of the damask
weave. Upholstery damasks are made of silk,
cotton, linen, wool, rayon, mercerized cotton,
singly or in combination. High quality damasks
are very tightly woven.
Brocade - A figured material in which the
design is woven in relief against a foundation
of a different weave. Whereas damask has
a very flat pattern, brocade has a slightly
raised or “embossed” pattern. This is
produced by using yarns of different colors
or by exposing contrasting surfaces of the
same color yarns. A flat fabric originally
woven of gold and silver silk threads, but now
made of silk, cotton, rayon, or a combination
of cotton and rayon in various colors.
Embossed fabrics - These can be either
flat fabrics or velvets. Flat fabrics and various
weaves are embossed by running them
between engraved rollers. Plain velvets of
mohair, rayon, or cotton are sometimes
embossed, then sheared and brushed to
bring up the pressed pile to form a design.
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Frieze velvet - A plain frieze velvet has a
solid surface of loops extending upright from
the base of the fabric. Differs from a plain
cut velvet in that the upright yarns are turned
back into the base of the fabric to form loops
instead of being cut to form erect yarns.
A cut and uncut frieze velvet is a combination
of plain cut and frieze velvets in that some of
the surface yarns are looped, while others
have been cut to stand erect. Many
interesting patterns are developed in this
way. Woven on special wire looms with
Jacquard attachments.
Leather - Processed hides can be cleaned
safely with Von Schrader Leather Lather and
Leather Lotion.
Matelasse - Woven flat fabric of the brocade
type. In matelasse the design looks “quilted”
rather than “embossed”.
Pile fabrics - Three dimensional velvet
fabrics with an extra set of yarns woven at
right angles to the base to form an erect
surface. The upright yarns can be mohair,
wool, cotton, silk, mercerized cotton, linen,
or rayon. Rich looking and durable.
Plain frieze velvets, cut, and uncut frieze
velvets are attractive and durable. They are
made of mohair, cotton, rayon, silk, linen,
and wool, singly or in combination.
Plush - Velvet pile fabrics with a rather open
pile surface over 1/8 inch (3.2mm) high. In
most instances, modern, low pile velvets
have replaced plushes.
Fur fabric - A general class of high pile
velvets made to resemble animal fur. The
effect is obtained by printing or cutting.
Suitable for modern furniture. Mohair, alpaca,
and tussah (wild) silk are used for the pile.
Print - Print is a general term to describe flat
or velvet fabrics having a printed pattern.
Ratine - A flat tapestry weave material with
a characteristic surface made of nubbed or
knotted yarns loosely woven to give a bumpy
appearance.
Hair cloth - A stiff fabric woven with horse
hair. Often combined with other fibers, and
used for period furniture. Sometimes has
small designs.
Satin - A very lustrous flat fabric usually
made of silk with a cotton back in plain,
damask, or brocade weave. Sometimes
mercerized cotton or rayon is used instead
of silk.
Haitian cotton - A fabric woven from
imported cotton to include tan or brownish
seed pods as part of the texture and color.
When cleaned conventionally, these nubby
spots tend to bleed unless special
precautions are taken. Von Schrader Haitian
Cotton Detergent (C1635) greatly reduces
the risk of damage.
Serge - A flat fabric woven with a twill
(diagonal) weave. May be wool, cotton,
or linen.
Taffeta - A fine, closely woven flat fabric with
a smooth surface. Made with backing and
filling yarns of the same thickness, giving a
very even appearance. Woven of silk or
rayon and cotton.
Homespun - A flat fabric, very loosely woven
and made of rough, coarse yarns. Generally
made of cotton or a combination of cotton
and jute. Machine reproductions of fabrics
originally made by hand for clothing, but
using heavier yarns.
Tapestry - A flat fabric that is usually figured
and multi-colored. Woven on a Jacquard
loom. Made of different types of colored
yarns, singly or in combination. Originally
made by hand with bobbins worked from the
wrong side. In a machine-made tapestry, the
wrong side is smooth. In a handmade fabric
it is shiny.
Jacquard - Woven velvet or flat fabrics that
are patterned. Because of the nature of the
pattern, they cannot be produced on plain
looms. The patterns of Jacquard fabrics are
sometimes quite elaborate and complicated.
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Velour - The word velour is French for velvet.
This is a general name for velvet fabrics with
a pile of cotton, rayon, or silk. Used for
draperies. Usually called velvet when applied
to upholstery fabrics.
Surface yarns are silk, cotton, or rayon. Mohair
velvet is velvet with a surface of mohair yarns.
Cotton velvet is velvet with a surface of cotton
yarns. Rayon velvet is velvet with a surface of
rayon yarns, and so on.
Velvet - General name for fabrics with a pile
surface or “third dimension” made up of erect
yarns woven at right angles to the base.
Pile height is less than 1/8 inch (3.2mm).
Velveteen - A low-priced cotton flat fabric
with a false pile made with an extra set of
filling yarns which are cut and brushed to
simulate a pile. Made the same way as
corduroy, but the surface is not ribbed.
Common Upholstery Fabrics and Fibers
Fabric Type
Characteristics
Cleaning Cautions
Cotton
Highly absorbent fiber
Stronger when wet than when dry
Herculon
Durable, almost completely stainproof fiber with a low water absorbbancy rate, and excellent fastness
If backed with latex, use caution when
spotting
Linen
Very strong, highly absorbent
natural fiber
Highly absorbent synthetic fiber with
excellent fastness
Nylon
Extremely strong, durable synthetic
that cleans and dries easily
Few, if any, serious disadvantages
Rayon
Highly absorbent synthetic fiber
with excellent fastness
If overwet, dyes have a tendency to brown
Silk
Extremely strong natural fiber
Sheen may be lost in cleaning
Acid cleaners or spotters must be
thoroughly removed with rinsing.
Wool
Very strong natural fiber that is
moderately absorbent
Whites may brown if overwet
Velvet
Not a fiber, but a weave
May be composed of many different fibers
so prior testing is essential
12
Spot & Stain Removal
For best results, spots and stains should be removed
before they dry and become “set”. The older they
are, the harder they are to remove.
Foods such as starches, sugars,
mustard, candy, drinks, fruit stains;
washable ink; urine: Blot up liquids and
scrape up solids. Apply Detergent/ Vinegar/
Water solution (described later in this
section). Blot dry. Apply Von Schrader
Liquid Spot Remover and blot dry. Repeat if
necessary.
Caution: Never use chlorine bleach in any
solution to clean rayon or rayon blends.
Oily Materials such as butter, grease, oil,
hand cream, or ball point pen ink: Remove
excess materials by blotting liquids and
scraping up solids. Apply volatile solvent. Dry
the fabric by blotting; repeat with cleaning
fluid if necessary. Blot dry and brush pile.
Paint, grease, gum, lipstick, crayon, tar:
Carefully scrape up as much as possible.
Blot with Von Schrader Liquid G.I.T.G.O.
Work from the edge toward the center of
the spot. Change blotting cloth often to avoid
resoiling. Allow to dry and vacuum
Oily foodstuffs and animal matter, coffee,
tea, milk, gravy, chocolate, salad
dressing, ice cream, sauces, eggs, or
vomit: Remove excess materials by blotting
liquids and scraping up solids. Apply
detergent/vinegar/water solution (described
later in this section). Blot dry and apply Von
Schrader Liquid Spot Remover or volatile
solvent. Spot dry.
Caution: Never rub, as doing so will cause
the spot or stain to spread.
Detergent/Vinegar/Water solution:
Prepare 1 teaspoonful of Von Schrader
Carpet and Upholstery Liquid Detergent
Concentrate by mixing it with a small amount
of hot water, then stirring it vigorously to a
syrup-like consistency. Add to one quart
(950ml) warm water. Then add 1 teaspoonful
white vinegar and stir.
Blood: Blot with cold water. Sponge with
cold water and Von Schrader Upholstery
Detergent solution. Blot again with cold
water. Repeat if necessary.
NOTE: Some spots can be difficult to remove
with cleaning alone. Von Schrader offers a
complete Professional Spot Removal Kit
containing a variety of special spot removers.
CAUTION: Using warm or hot water on blood
will “set” the stain.
13
Accessories & Supplies
C214 Low pH Detergent for Upholstery Cleaning
A low pH detergent concentrate formulated for
professional Dry Foam Extraction cleaning of wool,
cotton, natural fibers, and upholstery fabrics. Antiresoil characteristics are built into this detergent.
C1659 Prelim Pre-Spray Concentrate
Pre-spray to loosen stubborn dirt, expecially in
heavy use areas.
S12L Spot Remover
Specially formulated to remove stubborn spots
including grease, gum, drinks, pet accidents
and blood. Can be used on oil and water
based stains.
C1635 Haitian Cotton Detergent
An extremely dry foam detergent to safely clean
Haitian Cotton or other fine fabrics without causing
bleeding or browning.
D90A Spot Brush
Features a wood handle that is 7 by 1.5 inches
(17.8 x 3.8 cm) with soft natural bristles covering
2.5 by 1.25 inches (6.3 x 3.2 cm).
C1639 Fabric Protector with DuPont Teflon®
A fluorochemical-based spray to provide protection
against dirt, grease, and stains from spills on
upholstery and other fabrics. Safe for all colorfast
material.
D91B Nap Brush
Has a wood handle that is 9 by 1.5 inches
(22.9 x 3.2 cm) and a brush area 6 by 1.25 inches
(15.2 x 3.2 cm) filled with soft, natural bristles.
C1768 Leather Cleaning Combo Pack
Contains Leather Later/Leather Lotion and handy
application mitt.
U1910 Velvet Brush
Nylon-bristled hand tool for grooming fabrics
such as velvet and velour.
C873 Odor Exploder
Odor exploder will neutralize the disagreeable
odors from pets, saturated stale food odors, smoke
odor after fires, furnace backups, smoky fireplaces,
and odors caused by mold or mildew, as well as
by bacterial growth. This is not a masking agent,
but an odor counteracter.
D110C Waterproof Mat
3 x 4 ft durable, woven plastic mat for use under
the Aridex machine to protect your work area
Sprayer
Convenient quart (32 oz.) capacity sprayer for
application of Prelim Pre-Spray or Odor Exploder
C1767 Leather Lather
Leather Lather has been pH balanced and formulated
to effectively clean all types of smooth, finished
leather furniture and vehicle interiors.
D92D Graduated Cup
Quart size (32 oz.) plastic measuring container
with molded pour spout.
C1769 Leather Lotion
Leather Lotion safely strengthens, preserves, and
nourishes fine leather. It is a rich, creamy liquid
that is specially formulated for smooth, finished
leather upholstery.
U1902 Tote Bag
Ideal for accessories used with the Aridex
Upholstery Machine.
C1951 Liquidator
Breaks down recovered solution from foam to
liquid in the recovery tank.
14
Maintenance Procedures
IMPORTANT
Please Read Very Carefully
CAUTION: Always disconnect the machine from
electrical supply when working on it.
This section has been prepared by the Racine
Industries Repair Department. It is made
available for use by others with no liability
accepted for user safety or damage to equipment
resulting from its use.
For additional information regarding troubleshooting
and repair of this equipment, please contact
Racine Industries.
Remove Power Unit Hood
Using a screw driver loosen the two screws on the
hoods handle and pull up.
Brush Unit
Filter Housing/Recovery Tank
The brush unit is a slave of the power unit, which
supplies its low voltage direct current supply. The
brush unit contains its own control switch for motor
and the air valve solenoid (which is located inside the
power unit). If a problem should occur, check both
the power unit and brush unit to locate the cause.
Installing Filter Housing
Place filter bag assembly into filter bag housing.
Set filter bag and housing assembly onto bottom
recovery tank. Place palms of hands onto top of
filter housing and push down and forward until the
nozzles of the filter housing snap into the sockets
on the frame assembly.
CAUTION: Demagnetization of the brush unit
motor may occur if the reversing switch on the
power unit is moved while the brush unit is
running. A significant increase in the “no load”
speed of the brush unit motor, along with a reduction
in torque, will indicate that this has happened. If this
happens, then the unit should be sent to the factory
for repair.
Removing Filter Housing
Push down and pull filter housing straight back
(see illustration below)
At normal operating temperatures, the brush unit
motor runs at about 9,000 RPM and the center brush
drive shaft turns at 740 RPM. If demagnetization has
occurred, the motor speed will increase to about
12,000 RPM, and the drive shaft to 1,000 RPM.
CAUTION: In cold weather, brush units which have
been exposed to below freezing temperatures for an
hour or more should be brought to room temperature
before use. This will minimize the possibility of
damage to the permanent magnet field.
15
Cleaning The Filter Bag
A good cleaning technique will result in dust and dirt
collecting on the filter bag with little or no foam in the
recovery tank.
Never operate your Aridex Upholstery
Extraction Cleaning System without first making sure
the cloth filter is in place. Running the machine
without the cloth filter may ruin the power unit motor.
Keep the filter bag clean.
The large volume of air passing through the unique
vacuum system breaks down and dries the dirty
foam on its way to the recovery tank.
The filter bag and frame are held in place in the
housing by a rubber grommet on the frame which
fits over a metal tube.
To remove the frame assembly:
If Filter Bag Should Get Wet
Shake out excess water.
Run power unit motor for one minute to dry bag.
Pull out on the frame at a point adjacent to
the tube (see figure below).
Cleaning The Recovery Tank
Clean the recovery tank after each use or every 3 to
4 hours during continuous cleaning. To do so:
Remove hood.
Remove filter housing.
Lift recovery tank from machine.
Clean thoroughly with fresh water.
If you are going to continue to use machine,
add defoamer solution to recovery tank per
label instructions (about 1/2 cup liquidator
solution should be added to tank after each
emptying.)
Install cover.
Clean the filter bag thoroughly by turning it
inside out and brushing it clean.
Flushing / Emptying Detergent Tank
Wash the filter occasionally to remove built
up soil.
The detergent tank should be emptied after each use.
Remove detergent tank cap on top of unit.
Note: Keep filter bag from becoming wet during
use. Wetting of the bag can allow liquid into fans and
motor, which over time will ruin the motor bearings.
A wet bag is the result of improper cleaning technique.
If the filter bag is getting wet, do more brushing of the
foam on the fabric before vacuuming or use less
foam.
Remove tank drain cap on bottom of
machine. (Important - empty tank over a floor
drain or in a sink.)
Flush tank with fresh warm water.
DO NOT vacuum this water through the
recovery system.
Remove any liquid from the recovery tank before
transporting the machine. The filter could get wet
without doing this.
16
Cleaning The Vacuum Hose
Removing The Brush Unit
Remove hose from machine
To remove the cleaning brushes:
Allow hose to dry thoroughly
Pull the inner brush off the center shaft
Tap along sides of hose to loosen dirt
Pull the outer brush evenly from the
three drive lugs.
Shake out dirt and debris
Reassamble by replacing the outer brushes
first, then the inner brushes
Rinse thoroughly with clear water
NOTE: Take care to keep foreign objects
from contacting the brushes while storing or
transporting the machine. Failure to protect
the brushes may result in the bristles taking
a distorted set.
Allow to dry, then replace on machine
DO NOT run motor to dry hose
Cleaning the foam generator
Using supplied tool, remove foam generator.
Cleaning The Air Intake Screen
Do not disassemble foam generator.
Keeping the intake screen clean allows the motor to
run cooler and more efficiently.
Rinse with warm water
Screw Foam Generator back into panel using
supplied tool.
To clean the screen:
Empty the detergent and recovery tanks
NOTE: Spare foam generator is located
in supplied tool.
Turn the unit on it's side
Looking up from the bottom of the machine,
the screen is located in the middle of the
detergent tank.
Using the supplied brush, or vacuum, gently
clean the screen being careful not to push too
hard on the screen.
Cleaning the Check Valve
Remove air hose from control panel
Unscrew Check Valve from panel
Do not disassemble check valve
Rinse Check Valve in warm water
Screw Check Valve back into panel
NOTE: Take care to not cross thread
Reattach air hose to control panel
17
Replacing Carbon Brushes - Brush Unit
Power Cord Care
If the brush unit motor slows down or begins to run
erratically, inspect the carbon brushes for wear.
Inspect cord for damage before each use.
While in use, do not pull or carry by the cord.
Do not unplug by pulling on cord. To unplug,
grasp the plug, not the cord.
Remove the access cap (#3) from the outer
brush unit cover.
When cord is not in use, wrap tightly around
the upper half of the hood.
Remove the inner access cap (#29) from the
brush unit housing.
Remove the carbon brush (#28) from the holder.
Caution: Note the position of the bracket
holding the carbon brush for reinstallation
Inspect the carbon brush and if the carbon is
below 1/2", a new carbon brush should be
installed.
Reinstall the carbon brush by compressing the
spring and thread the inner access cap back
into place.
18
Troubleshooting
Trouble
Probable Cause
Solution
Low vacuum suction
Hoses improperly connected
Check and tighten hose clamp.
Filter housing improperly positioned
Check and adjust position of filter housing.
Filter bag clogged with dirt and lint
Clean filter bag.
Hoses clogged with dirt and lint
Clean hoses.
Low supply voltage
Check power supply and correct if necessary.
Improper detergent solution mixture
Empty detergent tank and mix new solution
per package instructions.
Hard water
Mix detergent at 6 oz. concentrate to 1 gal. of
water.
Cap not sealed or broken on detergent tank
Check detergent tank cap and replace if
necessary.
Vacuum hose restricted
Make sure vacuum hose nozzle opening is
not plugged.
Two-channel hose kinked or improperly
connected
Check for kinks or improper connection and
correct if necessary.
Foam generator plugged
Disassemble foam generator and clean.
Low supply voltage
Check power supply and correct if necessary.
Faulty solenoid
Replace solenoid (refer to Parts List(s)/Wiring
Diagrams) or send unit out for service.
Faulty switch on brush unit
Replace switch (refer to Parts List(s)/Wiring
Diagrams) or send unit out for service.
Bad main switch
Replace main switch.
Bad motor
Replace motor.
Supply cord damaged or disconnected
Check connection; if necessary replace cord.
Bad wall outlet
Use different outlet
Loose or faulty electrical connection
Tighten connection or repair wiring.
Unit not properly connected to base unit
Check connection; if necessary reconnect to
base unit.
Faulty transformer
Replace transformer.
Faulty rectifier
Replace rectifier.
Blown fuse
Replace fuse.
Faulty switch on brush unit
Replace switch.
Faulty wiring on brush unit
Replace wiring.
Carbon brushes worn
Replace carbon brushes
No foam/low volume of foam
Base Unit does not run
Brush unit does not run
19
Parts Lists and
Wiring Diagrams
20
21
CODE PART
NO.
NO.
5
6
8
12
13
14
15
16
22
23
24
*
U2095
U2094
X422
U192
X421
U2088
U181
D31A
U2214
U2086
U2093
U1462
DESCRIPTION
Driver Foam Generator Assembly
Driver Handle
Nut - #10-24 (6 REQ’D)
Frame Assembly
Screw - #10-24 x 1/2 (6 REQ’D)
Cover Plate
Cover Plate
Screw - #8-32 x 3/8 (2 REQ’D)
Bumper (1 REQ’D)
Foam Generator
O-Ring
Spring Clip - Handle Assembly (2 REQ'D)
* Not Illustrated
22
3
4
1
2
23
CODE PART
NO.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
9
10
11
12A
12B
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
21
23
25
U2208
U2209
U230
U206
M11008
U2068
M13015
U389
U2086
U2081
M30057
H1097
U203A
U205
U206
U1101B
U1188
U388
F4077
M4163
M4206
M4181
M4241
M4338
M4344
M4343
DESCRIPTION
Control Panel - 110v
Control Panel - 220v
Elbow - Control Panel
Screw - #6-32 x 1-1/4 (2 REQ'D)
Screw - #6-32 x 5/16 (8 REQ’D)
Receptacle Assembly
Screw - #6-32 x 1 1/4 (2 REQ’D)
Plate - Receptacle
Foam Generator
Check Valve
Strain Relief
O-Ring, Latch (2 REQ’D)
Latch - Hand Tool
Spring - Latch
Retainer - Latch
Power Cord - 100/120v
Power Cord - 220/240v
Insert
Nut
Power Cord Plug
Plug - European (220/240v only)
Plug - UK - (220/240v only)
Plug - Swiss - (220/240v only)
Plug - Australia - (220/240v only)
Plug - Israel - (220/240v only)
Plug - Denmark - (220/240v only)
Plug - Italy - (220/240v only)
24
25
CODE PART
NO.
NO.
1
2
3
4
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
U2059
U220
U1194
U2058
U2080
U189
U217
U1618
U2062
U2063
U1802
U1193
M30596
U2097
U1192
U1190
F1129
466A
U2082
U1542
U2083
U2064
M30147
K3409
M30368
U109C
U2096
M50199
U188
U174
U374
H1007
U2087
DESCRIPTION
Mount Power Supply AY
Reversing Switch AY
Suppressor Capacitor AY - 220v
Electrical Box AY - 110v
Electrical Box AY - 220v
Transformer UC
Rectifier
Terminal Block
Cover Power Supply
Grommet
Boot Switch
RFI Filter UC - 220v
Switch Power - 110v
Switch Power - 220v
Circuit Breaker - 220v
Cap Circuit Breaker - 220v
Nut, 6-32 (5 req.)
Nut, 8-32
Nut, 10-24 (2 req.)
Screw 6-32 x 3/8 (3 req.)
Screw 6-32 x 7/8 - 220v (2 req.)
Screw 8-32 x 3/8 (8 req.)
Screw 8-32 x 7/8
Screw 10-24 x 5/8 (6 req.)
Decal, Circuit Breaker - 220v
Label, Reversing Switch
U-Nut 10-24 (4 req.)
Screw 8-32 x 5/8 (4 req.)
Grill
Bottom Plate Assembly
Fuse - 110v
Fuse Holder - 110v
Plug Hole - 110v
26
8
27
CODE
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
20
21
22
23
PART
NO.
U908A
U1579
U807
U804
V703A
U752
U702
U753
U1402
U1405
U383
U1088
U1071
U1420
U1578
U1072
U920
U2038
U755
U2072
U2073
U2089
DESCRIPTION
Decal - Filter Housing Removal
Screw - 18-8 Flat Head (2 REQ’D)
Filter Bag Assembly (Includes Code No. 4)
Grommet
Screw - #4 x 3/8 (5 REQ’D)
Recovery Tank
Deflector
Recovery Tank Assembly
Plug - Tank Drain
O-Ring - Tank Drain
Detergent Tank Assembly
Hose Clamp (2 REQ’D)
Hose - Detergent Tank Filler Tube
Stem - Filler Neck
Filler Neck
Cap - Detergent Tank
Face Plate - Filter Housing
Connector - Filter Housing (2 REQ’D)
Filter Housing Assembly
Sump Tube Assembly
Sump Tube
Clunk Weight
28
29
CODE PART
NO.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
U1438
U1218
U1437
U2211
U1076
U1069
U905A
U907
U1081
U2210
U2056
U2057
DESCRIPTION
Crevice Tool
Vacuum Hose - 15 feet
Nozzle
Hood Assembly (Includes Part no. 5 thru 12)
Handle Assembly - Transport
Gasket - Hood to Subframe
Screw #4-40 x 9/16 crph (4 REQ’D)
Nut, 4-40 Keps (4 REQ’D)
Plate Transport Handle (2 REQ'D)
Hood
Seal, Switch
Switch Seal Nut
30
31
CODE PART
NO.
NO.
1
2
U490
D31A
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
466A
U1168
U2039
U2069
F1908
U429
U411
U410
U417
U454
X421
X422
X421
10
11
13
14
*
DESCRIPTION
Mounting Post (2 REQ’D)
Screw - #8-32 x 3/8 (16 REQ’D)
2A - Mounting Posts to Frame (4 REQ’D)
2B - Vac Motor Mounting Plate to Frame (4 REQ’D)
2C - Subframe Asm to Extruded Frame Asm (8 REQ’D)
Nut #8-32 (4 REQ’D)
Holddown Bracket
Socket (2 REQ’D)
Sub Frame Assembly (Includes Code No. 1 and 2A)
Speed Nut #8-32 (8 REQ’D)
Hose Clamp (4 REQ’D)
Elbow - Vacuum Motor (110v)
Elbow - Vacuum Motor (220v)
Vacuum Hose - Motor (short)
Vacuum Hose - Control Panel (long)
Screw #10-24 x 1/2 (4 REQ’D)
Nut #10-24 (4 REQ’D)
Filler Neck Screw #10-24 x 1/2 (2 REQ'D)
* Not Illustrated
32
33
19
18
41
42
CODE PART
NO.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
15
16
17
18
19
21
22
23
24
25
X422
U1189
U1191
U1187
U1088
U1466
U1186
U1153
U1152B
U1175
U1018A
U1617
U1198
U1360
U1356
U2067
U613
U611
U1355
U629
U1090
U1354
27
28
32
33
34
35
40
41
42
U1311
U505A
U1367
U1135
U1136
U1401
U2070
U2065
U2204
DESCRIPTION
Nut - #10-24 (3 REQ’D)
Vacuum Motor Assembly - 100/120v
Vacuum Motor Assembly - 220/240v
Motor Cord Assembly
Hose Clamp (2 REQ’D)
Connector Hose
Spacer - Vacuum Motor - 100/120v (3 REQ’D)
Spacer - Vacuum Motor - 220/240v (3 REQ’D)
Motor Mounting Plate
Shroud - Vacuum Motor
Washer - Flat #10 (3 REQ’D)
Screw - #10-24 x 2" (3 REQ’D)
Heat Shield
Screw - Air Valve Assembly (2 REQ'D)
Air Valve - Top
Hose - Liquid (2 REQ'D)
Hose Clamp (4 REQ’D)
Hose Clamp (2 REQ’D)
Air Valve - Base
Hose - Pressure
Washer - Flat (2 REQ’D)
Air Valve / Solenoid Assembly
(Includes Code No. 16, 17, 22, 24, 27, 28, 32, 35)
Seal - Air Valve
Retainer - Air Valve
Solenoid Assembly
Fan Housing Hold Down - 100/110v (3 REQ’D)
Fan Housing Hold Down - 220/240v (3 REQ’D)
Spacer - Air Valve
Hose Assembly - Air Valve to Foam Generator
Detergent Valve (Includes Code No. 18, 19, 42)
Fitting Barb (2 REQ'D)
34
35
CODE PART
NO.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
U14
U1561
M9002
U1562
U1423
X120
V806B
U1434
U1497
U1450A
234187
U1802
U1832
U1475A
731
U1833
U1831
U1830
U1568
U1563
DESCRIPTION
Brush Unit - Complete
Motor Housing
Bearing - Armature
Plug - Access
Snap Ring - Armature Shaft (2 REQ’D)
O-Ring - Armature Shaft (2 REQ’D)
Screw - #10-24 x 1/4 (2 REQ’D)
Decal - Switch
Cover - Motor Housing
Armature Assembly
Switch
Boot - Switch
Wire - White (See Wiring Diagram)
Field Assembly
Lockwasher - #10 (2 REQ’D)
Wire - Black (See Wiring Diagram)
Wire - Black (See Wiring Diagram)
Wire - Red (See Wiring Diagram)
Handle Assembly
Casting Assembly - Motor Housing
(Includes Code No. 1, 2, 6,12,13)
36
37
CODE PART
NO.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
U1352
U1347
M11008
U1351
X206
U1428
U1342
U1350
U209A
W393
X120
U1565
M12004
U1566
U1567
U1423
U1529
M9002
U1528
U1517A
U1532
U1520B
U1530
U1524
U1526
U1542
U1550C
VM16
M5005
U1512A
U1509B
U1540
U1531
U1344
U1525B
DESCRIPTION
Two Channel Hose Assembly (Includes Code No. 2-11, 35)
Two Channel Hose Sub-Assembly
Screw - #6-32 x 5/16
Pin
Cable Tie (3 REQ’D)
Foam Tube Assembly
Electrical Plug - Foam Connector
Housing - Foam Connector
Plate - Receptacle
Screw - #6-32 x 5/16 (2 REQ’D)
O-Ring
Shaft
Key (2 REQ’D)
Gear - Large
Gear - Small
Snap Ring (2 REQ’D)
Frame - Brush Unit Assembly (Includes Code No. 19-27)
Bearing - Armature, Lower (2 REQ’D)
Gasket - Motor Housing
Pin - Alignment 1/16 dia. x 5/16 (3 REQ’D)
Base - Brush, Unit Casting
Connector - Foam Tube
Holder - Carbon Brush (2 REQ’D)
Retainer - Carbon Brush Holder
Clamp - Retainer (2 REQ’D)
Screw (4 REQ’D)
Carbon Brush (2 REQ’D)
Cap - Brush Holder (2 REQ’D)
Lockwasher (2 REQ’D)
Screw - #8-32 x 7/8 (2 REQ’D)
Cap - Handle
Cover - Handle
Cover - Motor Base
Spring - 2 Channel Hose
Cluster Gear Assembly - (Includes Code No. 12-17)
38
39
CODE PART
NO.
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
U1675A
U1612
U1613
U1629
U1602A
U1603C
U1604A
U1605A
U1606A
U1607A
U1610
F1324
U1609A
U1614C
U1617
D277
U1709
U1725A
U1750A
U1780A
U1707
U1708
U1775B
U1785B
U1625
U1517A
U1628
DESCRIPTION
Drive Head Casting Assembly (Includes Code No. 2-5, 26 and 27)
Bearing - Cluster, Lower
Gasket - Drive Head
Casting - Drive Head
Bearing - Drive Shaft (2 REQ’D)
Shaft - Brush Drive
Snap Ring - 1/2 dia. External (2 REQ’D)
Key - #403 Woodruff (2 REQ’D)
Gear - Drive Shaft, Outside
Gear - Drive Shaft, Inside
Ring - Spacer, Drive Shaft (2 REQ’D)
O-Ring - Drive Shaft (2 REQ’D)
Gear - Idler (2 REQ’D)
Shroud - Foam
Screw - #10-24 x 2 (2 REQ’D)
Lockwasher - #10 (2 REQ’D)
Shield (Stainless Steel)
Ring Gear Assembly
Small Brush-Regular White Bristles (Includes Code No. 21 and 22)
Small Brush - Stiff Black Bristles (Includes Code No. 21 and 22)
Clip - Small Brush
Screw - #6 x 3/8 (2 REQ’D)
Large Brush-Regular White Bristles
Large Brush-Stiff Black Bristles
Drive Head Assembly (Includes Code No. 1, 6-12)
Dowel Pin, 1/16 Dia. x 5/16 (2 REQ’D)
Pin - Idler (2 REQ’D)
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Racine Industries, Inc.
1405 Sixteenth Street
Racine, WI 53403
FAX
(262) 637-4491
(800) 558-9439
(262) 637-0558
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