REMS Turbo K Turbo Cu-INOX

REMS Turbo K
Turbo Cu-INOX
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
TURBO K
Universal circular metal sawing machine with
automatic cooling lubricant unit
0508 4 ANCRA
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TURBO K/Cu-INOX
TURBO Cu-INOX
Circular Pipe Sawing machine
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Translation
Translation
of the
of the
Original
Original
Instruction
Instruction
Manual
Manual
Fig. Fig.
1– 4 1– 4
1 Tension
spring
Tension
spring
12
2 Fingertip
switch
in feed
handle
Fingertip
switch
in feed
handle
3 Connection
Connection
strapstrap
14
4 Safety
cover
Safety
cover
5 Housing
Housing
15
6 Visor
Visor
16
7 Sawblade
Sawblade
18
8 Clamping
Clamping
leverlever
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Turbo
(only(only
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Turbo
K) K)
19
9 Scale
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Turbo
9 Scale
(only(only
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Turbo
K) K)
20
Bearing
10 10
Bearing
blockblock
REMS
Turbo
(only(only
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Turbo
K) K)
21
Hexagonal
bolt (only
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Turbo
11 11
Hexagonal
bolt (only
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Turbo
K) K)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
e)
12
Length
Length
stopstop
REMS
Turbo
(only(only
REMS
Turbo
K) K)
14
Cooling
lubricant
container
Cooling
lubricant
container
REMS
Turbo
(only(only
REMS
Turbo
K) K)
15
Stand
Stand
16
Chucking
Chucking
leverlever
18
Cooling
lubricant
pump
Cooling
lubricant
pump
(REMS
Turbo
(REMS
Turbo
K) K)
19
for cooling
lubricant
HoleHole
for cooling
lubricant
hosehose
20
for stand
/ cooling
BoltsBolts
for stand
/ cooling
lubricant
container
lubricant
container
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REMS
REMS
REGREG
10 – 10
54 –E54 E
General
General
Power
Power
Tool
Tool
Safety
Safety
Warnings
Warnings
f)
g)
h)
unfamiliar
the power
or these
instructions
to operate
the power
unfamiliar
withwith
the power
tooltool
or these
instructions
to operate
the power
tool.tool.
Power
Power
toolstools
are dangerous
are dangerous
in the
in hands
the hands
of untrained
of untrained
users.
users.
Maintain
e) Maintain
power
power
tools.
tools.
Check
Check
for misalignment
for misalignment
or binding
or binding
of moving
of moving
parts,
parts,
breakage
breakage
of parts
of parts
and and
any any
other
other
condition
condition
thatthat
maymay
affect
affect
the power
the power
tool’s
tool’s
operation.
operation.
If damaged,
If damaged,
havehave
the the
power
power
tooltool
repaired
repaired
before
before
use.use.
Many
Many
accidents
accidents
are caused
are caused
by poorly
by poorly
maintained
maintained
power
power
tools.tools.
Keep
f) Keep
cutting
cutting
toolstools
sharp
sharp
and and
clean.
clean.
Properly
Properly
maintained
maintained
cutting
cutting
toolstools
with with
sharp
sharp
cutting
cutting
edges
edges
are less
are less
likelylikely
to bind
to bind
and and
are easier
are easier
to control.
to control.
Use
g) Use
the power
the power
tool,tool,
accessories
accessories
and and
tooltool
bits bits
etc. etc.
in accordance
in accordance
withwith
these
these
instructions,
instructions,
taking
taking
intointo
account
account
the working
the working
conditions
conditions
and and
the work
the work
to to
be performed.
be performed.
Use Use
of the
ofpower
the power
tool for
tooloperations
for operations
different
different
fromfrom
those
those
intended
intended
couldcould
result
result
in a in
hazardous
a hazardous
situation.
situation.
Keep
h) Keep
handles
handles
dry, dry,
clean
clean
and and
freefree
fromfrom
oil and
oil and
grease.
grease.
Slippery
Slippery
handles
handles
do do
not allow
not allow
for safe
for safe
handling
handling
and and
control
control
of the
of tool
the tool
in unexpected
in unexpected
situations.
situations.
5) Service
5) Service
a) Have
a) Have
youryour
power
power
tooltool
serviced
serviced
by abyqualified
a qualified
repair
repair
person
person
using
using
onlyonly
identical
identical
replacement
replacement
parts.
parts.
ThisThis
will ensure
will ensure
that that
the safety
the safety
of the
of power
the power
tool tool
is maintained.
is maintained.
WARNING
WARNING
Safety
Safety
instructions
instructions
forfor
circular
circular
sawsaw
machines
machines
Read
Read
all safety
all safety
warnings
warnings
and and
all instructions.
all instructions.
Failure
Failure
to follow
to follow
the warnings
the warnings
and and
instructions
instructions
maymay
result
result
in electric
in electric
shock,
shock,
fire and/or
fire and/or
serious
serious
injury.
injury.
WARNING
WARNING
● Do
● not
Dooverload
not overload
the sawblade
the sawblade
and and
saw.saw.
Do not
Douse
not damaged
use damaged
sawblades.
sawblades.
Do not
Do not
SaveSave
all warnings
all warnings
and and
instructions
instructions
for future
for future
reference.
reference.
applyapply
excessive
excessive
feedfeed
pressure.
pressure.
1) Work
1) Work
areaarea
safety
safety
● Attention!
● Attention!
Cut parts
Cut parts
become
become
warm.
warm.
● Machine
not suited
not suited
for dust
for dust
generating
generating
jobs.jobs.
a) Keep
a) Keep
workwork
areaarea
clean
clean
and and
wellwell
lit. Cluttered
lit. Cluttered
or dark
or dark
areas
areas
inviteinvite
accidents.
accidents. ● Machine
● Wear
ear protectors.
ear protectors.
b) Do
b) not
Do not
operate
operate
power
power
tools
tools
in explosive
in explosive
atmospheres,
atmospheres,
suchsuch
as in
asthe
in the ● Wear
● Never
operate
operate
the saw
the saw
without
without
its safety
its safety
cover.
cover.
presence
presence
of flammable
of flammable
liquids,
liquids,
gases
gases
or dust.
or dust.
Power
Power
toolstools
create
create
sparks
sparks ● Never
● Wear
● Wear
cloves
cloves
whenwhen
touching
touching
saw saw
blades
blades
and and
rigidrigid
materials
materials
(saw(saw
blades
blades
mustmust
be be
which
which
maymay
igniteignite
the dust
the dust
or fumes.
or fumes.
carried
in a in
box
a box
whenever
whenever
practicable).
practicable).
c) Keep
c) Keep
children
children
and and
bystanders
bystanders
awayaway
while
while
operating
operating
a power
a power
tool.tool.
Distractions
Distractions carried
● Failures
● Failures
of the
of machine,
the machine,
including
including
the protection
the protection
devices
devices
or saw
or saw
blade,
blade,
mustmust
be be
can can
cause
cause
you you
to lose
to lose
control.
control.
reported
reported
to the
to responsible
the responsible
person
person
for safety
for safety
whenever
whenever
discovered.
discovered.
2) Electrical
2) Electrical
safety
safety
● Thefloorinthevicinityofthemachinemustbeeven,cleanandfreefromloose
● Thefloorinthevicinityofthemachinemustbeeven,cleanandfreefromloose
particles,
e.g. e.g.
chipschips
and and
cutting
cutting
waste.
waste.
a) Power
a) Power
tooltool
plugs
plugs
mustmust
match
match
the outlet.
the outlet.
Never
Never
modify
modify
the plug
the plug
in any
in any
way.way. particles,
● not
Do remove
not remove
cutting
cutting
waste
waste
or other
or other
material
material
fromfrom
the cutting
the cutting
areaarea
as long
as long
as as
Do not
Do use
not use
any any
adapter
adapter
plugs
plugs
withwith
earthed
earthed
(grounded)
(grounded)
power
power
tools.
tools.
Unmodi­
Unmodi­ ● Do
the machine
the machine
is running
is running
and and
the sawing
the sawing
aggregate
aggregate
still in
stillmotion.
in motion.
fied fied
plugsplugs
and and
matching
matching
outlets
outlets
will reduce
will reduce
risk of
riskelectric
of electric
shock.
shock.
● REMS
cooling
cooling
lubricants
lubricants
in spray
in spray
canscans
(REMS
(REMS
Spezial,
Spezial,
REMS
REMS
Sanitol)
Sanitol)
are are
b) Avoid
b) Avoid
bodybody
contact
contact
withwith
earthed
earthed
or grounded
or grounded
surfaces,
surfaces,
suchsuch
as pipes,
as pipes, ● REMS
environment-friendly
but contain
but contain
combustible
combustible
propellant
propellant
(butane).
(butane).
Spray
Spray
canscans
radiators,
radiators,
ranges
ranges
and and
refrigerators.
refrigerators.
There
There
is anisincreased
an increased
risk of
risk
electric
of electric
shock
shock environment-friendly
are pressurized-do
are pressurized-do
not force
not force
open.
open.
Also,Also,
protect
protect
themthem
fromfrom
exposure
exposure
to strong
to strong
if your
if your
bodybody
is earthed
is earthed
or grounded.
or grounded.
sunlight
and and
heating
heating
above
above
50°C.
50°C.
c) Do
c) not
Do expose
not expose
power
power
toolstools
to rain
to rain
or wet
or wet
conditions.
conditions.
Water
Water
entering
entering
a power
a power sunlight
● Due
● Due
to the
to degreasing
the degreasing
effect
effect
of the
of cooling
the cooling
lubricants
lubricants
(thread-cutting
(thread-cutting
oils),oils),
an an
tool tool
will increase
will increase
the risk
the of
riskelectric
of electric
shock.
shock.
intensive
skin skin
contact
contact
has to
hasbetoavoided.
be avoided.
An appropriate
An appropriate
skin skin
protector
protector
has to
hasbeto be
d) Do
d) not
Do abuse
not abuse
the cord.
the cord.
Never
Never
use use
the cord
the cord
for carrying,
for carrying,
pulling
pulling
or unplugor unplug- intensive
applied.
gingging
the power
the power
tool.tool.
Keep
Keep
cordcord
away
away
fromfrom
heat,heat,
oil, sharp
oil, sharp
edges
edges
or moving
or moving applied.
● Due
● Due
to hygienical
to hygienical
reasons
reasons
the trough
the trough
has has
to betocleaned
be cleaned
regularly
regularly
fromfrom
dirt and
dirt and
parts.
parts.
Damaged
Damaged
or entangled
or entangled
cords
cords
increase
increase
the risk
the of
riskelectric
of electric
shock.
shock.
chips,
at least,
at least,
however,
however,
onceonce
a year.
a year.
e) When
e) When
operating
operating
a power
a power
tooltool
outdoors,
outdoors,
use use
an extension
an extension
cordcord
suitable
suitable
for for chips,
It isrequired
not required
to check
to check
the cooling
the cooling
lubricant
lubricant
because,
because,
due due
to the
toconsumption,
the consumption,
outdoor
outdoor
use.use.
Use Use
of a of
cord
a cord
suitable
suitable
for outdoor
for outdoor
use use
reduces
reduces
the risk
the of
riskelectric
of electric ● It●is not
newcoolinglubricantisrefilledfromtimetotime.
newcoolinglubricantisrefilledfromtimetotime.
shock.
shock.
● not
Do allow
not allow
undiluted
undiluted
cooling
cooling
lubricant
lubricant
to get
to into
get into
drainage,
drainage,
water
water
systems
systems
or or
f) Iff)operating
If operating
a power
a power
tooltool
in a in
damp
a damp
location
location
is unavoidable
is unavoidable
or there
or there
is the
is the ● Do
the soil.
Remaining
Remaining
cooling
cooling
lubricants
lubricants
havehave
to betodelivered
be delivered
to specialized
to specialized
waste
waste
likelihood
likelihood
of cutting
of cutting
intointo
the the
cord,
cord,
use use
a residual
a residual
current
current
device
device
(RCD)
(RCD) the soil.
disposal
disposal
companies.
companies.
Disposal
Disposal
identity
identity
number
number
for mineral-based
for mineral-based
cooling
cooling
lubricants
lubricants
protected
protected
supply.
supply.
Use Use
of anofRCD
an RCD
reduces
reduces
the risk
the of
riskelectric
of electric
shock.
shock.
54401,
54401,
for synthetic
for synthetic
54109.
54109.
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3) Personal
3) Personal
safety
safety
personnel
to avoid
to avoid
safety
safety
risks.risks.
a) Stay
a) Stay
alert,alert,
watch
watch
whatwhat
you you
are doing
are doing
and and
use use
common
common
sense
sense
when
when
operaopera- personnel
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
4)
tingting
a power
a power
tool.tool.
Do not
Do use
not use
a power
a power
tooltool
while
while
you you
are tired
are tired
or under
or under
the the Explanation
Explanation
of symbols
of symbols
influence
influence
of drugs,
of drugs,
alcohol
alcohol
or medication.
or medication.
A moment
A moment
of inattention
of inattention
whilewhile
operating
operating
power
power
toolstools
maymay
result
result
in serious
in serious
personal
personal
injury.
injury.
ReadRead
the operating
manual
before
starting
the operating
manual
before
starting
Use
b) Use
personal
personal
protective
protective
equipment.
equipment.
Always
Always
wearwear
eye eye
protection.
protection.
Protective
Protective
equipment
equipment
suchsuch
as dust
as dust
mask,
mask,
non­skid
non­skid
safety
safety
shoes,
shoes,
hardhard
hat, hat,
or hearing
or hearing
Power
tool tool
complies
with with
protection
classclass
II II
Power
complies
protection
protection
protection
usedused
for appropriate
for appropriate
conditions
conditions
will reduce
will reduce
personal
personal
injuries.
injuries.
Prevent
c) Prevent
unintentional
unintentional
starting.
starting.
Ensure
Ensure
the switch
the switch
is inis
the
inoff-position
the off-position
before
before
Environmentally
Environmentally
friendly
friendly
disposal
disposal
connecting
connecting
to power
to power
source
source
and/or
and/or
battery
battery
pack,
pack,
picking
picking
up or
upcarrying
or carrying
the the
tool.tool.
Carrying
Carrying
power
power
toolstools
with with
youryour
finger
finger
on the
on switch
the switch
or energising
or energising
power
power
toolstools
that that
havehave
the switch
the switch
on invites
on invites
accidents.
accidents.
CE conformity
markmark
CE conformity
Remove
d) Remove
any any
adjusting
adjusting
key key
or wrench
or wrench
before
before
turning
turning
the power
the power
tooltool
on. A
on. A
wrench
wrench
or a or
key
a key
left attached
left attached
to a to
rotating
a rotating
part part
of the
of power
the power
tool tool
maymay
result
result
in in 1. 1.
Technical
Technical
data
data
personal
personal
injury.
injury.
Use
Use
for
the
for
intended
the
intended
purpose
purpose
Do
e) not
Do overreach.
not overreach.
Keep
Keep
proper
proper
footing
footing
and and
balance
balance
at allattimes.
all times.
ThisThis
enables
enables
REMS
REMS
Turbo
Turbo
K is K
intended
is intended
for sawing
for sawing
steel,steel,
stainless
stainless
steel,steel,
nonferrous
nonferrous
metal,
metal,
lightlight
better
better
control
control
of the
of power
the power
tool tool
in unexpected
in unexpected
situations.
situations.
metal,
plastic
plastic
etc. etc.
up toupa to
strength
a strength
of approx.
of approx.
1,000
1,000
N/mm².
N/mm².
Dress
f) Dress
properly.
properly.
Do not
Do wear
not wear
loose
loose
clothing
clothing
or jewellery.
or jewellery.
Keep
Keep
youryour
hairhair
and and metal,
REMS
Turbo
Turbo
Cu-INOX
Cu-INOX
is intended
is intended
for sawing
for sawing
stainless
stainless
steelsteel
pipes,
pipes,
copper
copper
pipespipes
clothing
clothing
away
away
fromfrom
moving
moving
parts.
parts.
Loose
Loose
clothes,
clothes,
jewellery
jewellery
or long
or long
hair hair
can be
can be REMS
and and
otherother
materials
materials
as well
as well
as for
asremoving
for removing
burr burr
fromfrom
the outside
the outside
and and
inside
inside
of the
of the
caught
caught
in moving
in moving
parts.
parts.
with with
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REMS
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Ifg)devices
If devices
are provided
are provided
for the
for connection
the connection
of dust
of dust
extraction
extraction
and and
collection
collection pipespipes
facilities,
facilities,
ensure
ensure
these
these
are connected
are connected
and and
properly
properly
used.
used.
Use Use
of dust
of dust
coll­coll­
WARNING
WARNING
ection
ection
can can
reduce
reduce
dustrelated
dustrelated
hazards.
hazards.
All other
All other
usesuses
are not
are for
notthe
for intended
the intended
purpose
purpose
and and
are prohibited.
are prohibited.
Power
4) Power
tooltool
use use
and and
carecare
1.1. 1.1.
Article
Article
numbers
numbers
a) Do
a) not
Do force
not force
the power
the power
tool.tool.
UseUse
the correct
the correct
power
power
tool tool
for your
for your
application.
application.
The The
correct
correct
power
power
tool tool
will do
willthe
dojob
thebetter
job better
and and
safersafer
at the
atrate
the rate
for which
for which
it was
it was
designed.
designed.
b) Do
b) not
Do use
not use
the power
the power
tooltool
if theif switch
the switch
doesdoes
not turn
not turn
it onitand
on and
off. Any
off. Any
power
power
tool that
tool that
cannot
cannot
be controlled
be controlled
with with
the switch
the switch
is dangerous
is dangerous
and and
mustmust
be repaired.
be repaired. c) Disconnect
c) Disconnect
the plug
the plug
fromfrom
the power
the power
source
source
and/or
and/or
the battery
the battery
packpack
fromfrom
the power
the power
tooltool
before
before
making
making
any any
adjustments,
adjustments,
changing
changing
accessories,
accessories,
or or storing
storing
power
power
tools.
tools.
SuchSuch
preventive
preventive
safety
safety
measures
measures
reduce
reduce
the risk
the of
riskstar­
of star­
ting ting
the power
the power
tool tool
accidentally.
accidentally.
d) Store
d) Store
idle idle
power
power
toolstools
out of
outthe
of reach
the reach
of children
of children
and and
do not
do allow
not allow
persons
persons
REMS
REMS
Turbo
Turbo
K with
K with
automatic
automatic
cooling
cooling
lubricant
lubricant
unit unit
849007
849007
REMS
REMS
Turbo
Turbo
Cu-INOX
Cu-INOX
circular
circular
pipepipe
saw saw
for dry-sawing
for dry-sawing
849006
849006
REMS
REMS
universal
universal
circular
circular
metalmetal
saw saw
bladeblade
HSS,HSS,
225×2×32,
225×2×32,
120 120
teethteeth
849700
849700
REMS
REMS
circular
circular
metal
metal
saw saw
blade
blade
HSSHSS
especially
especially
for stainless
for stainless
steelpipes,finetoothing,225×2×32,
steelpipes,finetoothing,225×2×32,
220 220
teethteeth
849703
849703
REMS
REMS
circular
circular
metal
metal
saw saw
blade
blade
HSS-E
HSS-E
(cobalt
(cobalt
alloyed),
alloyed),
especiallyforstainlesssteelpipes,finetoothing,
especiallyforstainlesssteelpipes,finetoothing,
225×2×32,
225×2×32,
220 220
teeth.
teeth.
VeryVery
longlong
life. life.
849706
849706
RingRing
spanner
spanner
WAFWAF
27/17
27/17
849112
849112
Electronic
Electronic
speed
speed
controller
controller
(REMS
(REMS
Turbo
Turbo
K) K)
565061
565061
eng
eng
Allen-key
Allen-key
REMS
Herkules
stockstock
support
REMS
Herkules
support
REMS
REMS
REGREG
10 – 10
54 –E54 E
eng
eng
2.2.2.
Setting
up REMS
Turbo
Cu-INOX
Setting
up REMS
Turbo
Cu-INOX
074005
074005 2.2.2.
120100
120100
Attachment
Attachment
to workbench
to workbench
by four
by four
M 10Mbolts
10 bolts
(length
(length
65 mm
65 mm
plusplus
worktop
worktop
thick-thick113835
113835
ness)
ness)
and and
nuts.nuts.
1.2.1.
Working
range
REMS
Turbo
K K
1.2.1.
Working
range
REMS
Turbo
2.3. 2.3.
Mounting
Mounting
(changing)
(changing)
the sawblade
the sawblade
Sawblade
Sawblade
225 ×225
2 ××Ø232
× Ømm
32 mm
WARNING
WARNING
Max.Max.
cutting
depth
78 mm
cutting
depth
78 mm
PullPull
out the
out mains
the mains
plug!
plug!
Cross-sections:
pipe,pipe,
section,
solidsolid
Cross-sections:
section,
While
While
making
making
a
selection
a
selection
of a ofsawblade,
a sawblade,
please
please
notenote
that that
the space
the space
of the
of the
Materials:
steel,steel,
stainless
steel,steel,
non-ferrous
metal,
lightlight
metal,
Materials:
stainless
non-ferrous
metal,
metal,
toothing
toothing
shallshall
be smaller
be smaller
thanthan
the wall
the wall
thickness
thickness
of the
of material
the material
to beto cut.
be cut.
plastic
etc. etc.
up toupa to
strength
of apofprox.
10001000
N/mm²
plastic
a strength
approx.
N/mm²
Otherwise
Otherwise
the sawblade
the sawblade
getsgets
jammed
jammed
and and
breaks.
breaks.
Right-angled
cutscuts
and and
bevelbevel
cutscuts
up toup45°
Right-angled
to 45°
Unhook
Unhook
the tension
the tension
spring
spring
(1) using
(1) using
a screwdriver.
a screwdriver.
Disconnect
Disconnect
the connecting
the connecting
strapstrap
(3). Remove
(3). Remove
the four
the four
screws
screws
fromfrom
the safety
the safety
cover
cover
(4) using
(4) using
the supplied
the supplied
AllenAllen
key and
key and
taketake
off the
offcomplete
the complete
safety
safety
covercover
(4) to(4)
thetofront
the front
(do not
(dodismantle
not dismantle
it!). Undo
it!). Undo
the hex.
the hex.
nut for
nutfastening
for fastening
the sawblade
the sawblade
(right-hand
(right-hand
thread)
thread)
usingusing
the the
supplied
supplied
ring ring
spanner,
spanner,
size size
WAFWAF
27. Remove
27. Remove
the shim.
the shim.
Insert
Insert
(change)
(change)
the the
sawblade
sawblade
(7). (7).
1.2.2.
Working
range
REMS
Turbo
Cu-INOX
1.2.2.
Working
range
REMS
Turbo
Cu-INOX
Sawblade
225 ×225
2 ××Ø232
Sawblade
× Ømm
32 mm
Ø≤76mm
Stainlesssteelpipes,copperpipesandothermaterials
Stainlesssteelpipes,copperpipesandothermaterials
Ø≤76mm
1.3.1.
Speed/cutting
raterate
REMS
Turbo
K K
1.3.1.
Speed/cutting
REMS
Turbo
Sawblade
speed,
no-load
Sawblade
speed,
no-load
Sawblade
speed,
full-load
Sawblade
speed,
full-load
Cutting
rate rate
at fullatload
Cutting
full load
1.3.2.
Speed/cutting
raterate
REMS
Turbo
Cu-INOX
1.3.2.
Speed/cutting
REMS
Turbo
Cu-INOX
Sawblade
speed,
no-load
Sawblade
speed,
no-load
Sawblade
speed,
full-load
Sawblade
speed,
full-load
Cutting
rate rate
at fullatload
Cutting
full load
115 115
rpm rpm
73 rpm
73 rpm
52 m/min
52 m/min
NOTICE
NOTICE
OnlyOnly
use use
genuine
genuine
REMS
REMS
universal
universal
circular
circular
sawblades!
sawblades!
The The
extraextra
holesholes
in the
in sawblades
the sawblades
for the
for REMS
the REMS
Turbo
Turbo
are arranged
are arranged
offset,
offset,
so so
thatthesawbladecanonlybefittedwithitsteethpointinginthesawingdirecthatthesawbladecanonlybefittedwithitsteethpointinginthesawingdirection.tion.
Fit the
Fit shim,
the shim,
tighten
tighten
the hex.
the hex.
nut, nut,
WARNING
WARNING
on no
onaccount
no account
omitomit
to fittothe
fitsafety
the safety
cover
cover
(risk(risk
of accidents).
of accidents).
60 rpm
60 rpm
Attach
Attach
the tension
the tension
spring
spring
(1) and
(1) and
the connecting
the connecting
strap(3).
strap(3).
40 rpm
40 rpm
28 m/min
28 m/min 3. 3.
Operation
Operation
1.4.1.
Electrical
datadata
REMS
Turbo
K K
1.4.1.
Electrical
REMS
Turbo
WARNING
WARNING
230 230
V 1~;V 50
60 –Hz;
W; 5.7
or A or
1~;– 50
60 1200
Hz; 1200
W; A5.7
Chuck
Chuck
material
material
savely!
savely!
Apply
Apply
moderate
moderate
feedfeed
pressure!
pressure!
110 110
V 1~;V 50
60 –Hz;
W; 11.4
A; A;
1~;– 50
60 1200
Hz; 1200
W; 11.4
fusefuse
(mains)
10 A10
(B),
intermittent
operation
S3 20%
2/102/10
min,min,
all-insulated,
(mains)
A (B),
intermittent
operation
S3 20%
all-insulated, 3.1. 3.1.
Operating
Operating
sequence
sequence
interference-suppressed.
interference-suppressed.
Chuck
Chuck
the material
the material
suchsuch
that that
the mark
the mark
on the
on visor
the visor
(6) is(6)above
is above
the required
the required
parting
parting
point.
point.
Clamp
Clamp
the material
the material
with with
the chucking
the chucking
leverlever
(16).(16).
Do not
Do chuck
not chuck
1.4.2.
Electrical
datadata
REMS
Turbo
Cu-INOX
1.4.2.
Electrical
REMS
Turbo
Cu-INOX
excessively,
excessively,
particularly
particularly
thin-walled
thin-walled
pipes,
pipes,
to avoid
to avoid
oval oval
deformation.
deformation.
Otherwise,
Otherwise,
230 230
V; 50V;– 50
60 –Hz;
W; 2.5
or A110
V; 50V;– 50
60 –Hz;
W; 5.0
60 500
Hz; 500
W; A2.5
or 110
60 500
Hz; 500
W; A;
5.0 A;
during
during
operation,
operation,
tensions
tensions
will break
will break
free free
which
which
couldcould
leadlead
to a breakage
to a breakage
of the
of the
fusefuse
(mains)
10 A10
(B),
intermittent
operation
S3 20%
2/102/10
min,min,
all-insulated,
(mains)
A (B),
intermittent
operation
S3 20%
all-insulated,
sawblade.Operatethefingertipswitchinthefeedhandle(2)andsawthrough
sawblade.Operatethefingertipswitchinthefeedhandle(2)andsawthrough
interference-suppressed.
interference-suppressed.
the material.
the material.
If theIfmaterial
the material
to betochucked
be chucked
is less
is less
thanthan
half the
halfwidth
the width
of the
ofvice,
the vice,
a stock
a stock
of identical
of identical
size size
mustmust
be placed
be placed
in the
in empty
the empty
sideside
of the
of vice
the vice
so that
so that
1.5. 1.5.
Dimensions
Dimensions
the vice
the vice
holdsholds
the material
the material
parallel.
parallel.
If, e.g.
If, e.g.
due due
to a resharpened
to a resharpened
sawblade,
sawblade,
the the
L×W×H:
425×490×600mm(16¾”×19⅓”×23⅔”)
L×W×H:
425×490×600mm(16¾”×19⅓”×23⅔”)
workpiece
workpiece
cannot
cannot
be thoroughly
be thoroughly
cut, acut,
support
a support
is to is
betoput
beunder
put under
the workpiece.
the workpiece.
1.6. 1.6.
Weights
Weights
REMS
REMS
Turbo
Turbo
K: For
K: thin-walled
For thin-walled
pipespipes
use use
clamp
clamp
insert
insert
(Art.No.
(Art.No.
849170)!
849170)!
REMS
Turbo
K K
22 kg
REMS
Turbo
22(48
kg lbs)
(48 lbs)
REMS
Turbo
Cu-INOX
17 kg
REMS
Turbo
Cu-INOX
17(37
kg lbs)
(37 lbs) 3.2. 3.2.
Material
Material
support
support
1.7. 1.7.
Noise
datadata
Noise
Workstation-related
emission
datadata
Workstation-related
emission
Sound
capacity
levellevel
Sound
capacity
90 dB
90(A)
dB (A)
105 105
dB (A)
dB (A)
WARNING
WARNING
LongLong
bar stock
bar stock
mustmust
be supported
be supported
usingusing
the REMS
the REMS
Herkules
Herkules
(Art.No.
(Art.No.
120100).
120100).
3.3. 3.3.
Cooling
Cooling
lubricant
lubricant
(REMS
(REMS
Turbo
Turbo
K) K)
If operation
If operation
is with
is with
an automatic
an automatic
cooling
cooling
lubricant
lubricant
unit,unit,
cooling
cooling
and and
lubrication
lubrication
mustmust
be with
be with
REMS
REMS
Spezial
Spezial
or REMS
or REMS
Sanitol
Sanitol
(for drinking
(for drinking
water
water
pipes).
pipes).
These
These
12.212.2
m/s²m/s²
cooling
cooling
lubricants
lubricants
ensure
ensure
a tidy
a tidy
sawing
sawing
cut, cut,
longlong
life of
lifethe
of sawblades
the sawblades
and and
a a
20.120.1
m/s²m/s²
smooth
smooth
sawing
sawing
sequence.
sequence.
The The
indicated
weighted
effective
valuevalue
of acceleration
has has
beenbeen
measured
indicated
weighted
effective
of acceleration
measured
3.4. 3.4.
Length
Length
stopstop
(REMS
(REMS
Turbo
Turbo
K) K)
against
standard
test test
procedures
and and
can can
be used
by way
of comparison
with with
against
standard
procedures
be used
by way
of comparison
If several
If several
partsparts
of identical
of identical
length
length
havehave
to betosawn
be sawn
off, the
off, length
the length
stopstop
can can
be be
another
device.
The The
indicated
weighted
effective
valuevalue
of acceleration
can also
another
device.
indicated
weighted
effective
of acceleration
can also
set tosetthe
to required
the required
part part
length
length
in thein range
the range
fromfrom
5 to 5300
to 300
mm.mm.
To doToso,
doloosen
so, loosen
be used
as aas
preliminary
evaluation
of the
be used
a preliminary
evaluation
of exposure.
the exposure.
the clamping
the clamping
bolt bolt
(11),(11),
position
position
the length
the length
stopstop
to the
to required
the required
part part
length,
length,
and and
CAUTION
CAUTION
retighten
retighten
the clamping
the clamping
bolt.bolt.
The The
indicated
indicated
weighted
weighted
effective
effective
valuevalue
of acceleration
of acceleration
can differ
can differ
during
during
operation
operation
Sawing
Sawing
bevels
bevels
(REMS
(REMS
Turbo
Turbo
K) K)
fromfrom
the indicated
the indicated
value,
value,
dependent
dependent
on the
onmanner
the manner
in which
in which
the device
the device
is used.
is used. 3.5. 3.5.
Release
Release
the clamping
the clamping
leverlever
(8) on
(8)the
on bearing
the bearing
blockblock
(10).(10).
Set the
Set bevel
the bevel
angle
angle
Dependent
Dependent
uponupon
the actual
the actual
conditions
conditions
of use
of (periodic
use (periodic
duty)duty)
it may
it may
be necessary
be necessary
usingusing
the scale
the scale
(9). Tighten
(9). Tighten
the clamping
the clamping
lever.lever.
The The
position
position
of the
of clamping
the clamping
to establish
to establish
safety
safety
precautions
precautions
for the
for protection
the protection
of the
of operator.
the operator.
leverlever
handle
handle
can be
canchanged
be changed
by lifting
by lifting
the handle
the handle
vertically
vertically
upwards
upwards
and and
turning
turning
it. it.
2.Commissioning
Commissioning
1.8. 1.8.
Vibrations
Vibrations
Weighted
effective
valuevalue
of acceleration
Weighted
effective
of acceleration
REMS
Turbo
Cu-INOX
REMS
Turbo
Cu-INOX
REMS
Turbo
K K
REMS
Turbo
2.
3.6. 3.6.
Sawing
Sawing
of hard-to-machine
of hard-to-machine
materials
materials
(REMS
(REMS
Turbo
Turbo
K) K)
CAUTION
CAUTION
To saw
To saw
stainless
stainless
steel,steel,
use the
useelectronic
the electronic
speed
speed
control
control
(Art.No.
(Art.No.
565051).
565051).
CoolCool
Do not
Do not
carry
carry
the machine
the machine
by the
by motor
the motor
handle,
handle,
but but
withwith
bothboth
hands
hands
on on
and and
lubricate
lubricate
with with
REMS
REMS
Spezial
Spezial
or REMS
or REMS
Sanitol
Sanitol
(for drinking
(for drinking
water
water
pipes).
pipes).
the stand.
the stand.
According
According
to the
to regulations
the regulations
of pipe
of pipe
manufacturers,
manufacturers,
stainless
stainless
steelsteel
pipespipes
of of
2.1. 2.1.
Electrical
Electrical
connection
connection
pressfitting-systemshavetobedry-cut.Forthis,applyREMSTurboCu-INOX
pressfitting-systemshavetobedry-cut.Forthis,applyREMSTurboCu-INOX
(Art.No.
(Art.No.
849005)
849005)
with with
REMS
REMS
circular
circular
metal
metal
sawblade
sawblade
HSS,HSS,
especially
especially
for stainfor stainDANGER
DANGER
less less
steelsteel
pipes.
pipes.
NoteNote
the mains
the mains
voltage!
voltage!
Before
Before
connecting
connecting
the machine,
the machine,
check
check
whether
whether
the the
voltage
voltage
on the
onrating
the rating
plateplate
matches
matches
the mains
the mains
voltage.
voltage.
If youIf you
workwork
with with
cooling
cooling 3.7. 3.7.
Deburring
Deburring
lubricant
lubricant
or inorhumid
in humid
environment,
environment,
the machine
the machine
has has
to betorun
be with
run with
a residual
a residual
Outside/inside
Outside/inside
pipepipe
deburring
deburring
(only(only
REMS
REMS
Turbo
Turbo
Cu-INOX)
Cu-INOX)
current
current
– operated
– operated
circuit
circuit
– breaker
– breaker
(a.e.:(a.e.:
earthearth
leakage
leakage
circuit
circuit
breaker,
breaker,
FI-breaker
FI-breaker WiththeREMSREG10–54EpipesofØ10–54mm,ؽ–2⅛”canbe
WiththeREMSREG10–54EpipesofØ10–54mm,ؽ–2⅛”canbe
30 mA).
30 mA).
deburred
deburred
on the
on inside
the inside
and and
outside.
outside.
There
There
is a is
bitaholder
bit holder
on the
on back
the back
of the
of the
cutting
cutting
wheel
wheel
shaftshaft
(Fig.(Fig.
4). 4).
2.2.1.
2.2.1.
Setting
Setting
up REMS
up REMS
Turbo
Turbo
K K
Attachment
Attachment
to workbench
to workbench
by four
by four
M 10Mbolts
10 bolts
(length
(length
20 mm
20 mm
plusplus
worktop
worktop
thick-thick4. 4.Cooling
Cooling
lubricant
lubricant
ness)
ness)
fromfrom
underneath
underneath
into into
the cooling
the cooling
lubricant
lubricant
container.
container.
REMS
REMS
Spezial:
Spezial:
HighHigh
alloyalloy
mineral
mineral
oil-based
oil-based
cooling
cooling
lubricant.
lubricant.
For all
Formaterials:
all materials:
Fill the
Fillcooling
the cooling
lubricant
lubricant
container
container
(14) (14)
with with
the supplied
the supplied
cooling
cooling
lubricant
lubricant
REMS
REMS
steels,
steels,
stainless
stainless
steels,
steels,
nonferrous
nonferrous
metals,
metals,
plastics.
plastics.
Convenient
Convenient
to work
to work
with.with.
Spezial
Spezial
(2 liters).
(2 liters).
For drinking
For drinking
water
water
pipespipes
use use
REMS
REMS
Sanitol.
Sanitol.
CanCan
be washed
be washed
out with
out with
water,
water,
tested
tested
by experts.
by experts.
To empty
To empty
the coolant
the coolant
lubricant
lubricant
container
container
detach
detach
the short
the short
hosehose
section
section
of the
of the
NOTICE
NOTICE
coolant
coolant
lubricant
lubricant
pump
pump
fromfrom
the gear
the gear
unit unit
housing,
housing,
holdhold
it in ita in
container,
a container,
and and
switch
switch
on the
on machine.
the machine.
Mineral
Mineral
oil-based
oil-based
cooling
cooling
lubricants
lubricants
are not
are approved
not approved
for drinking
for drinking
water
water
pipespipes
eng
in various countries, e.g. Germany, Austria and Switzerland – in this case use
mineral oil-free REMS Sanitol!
REMS Sanitol: Mineral oil-free, synthetic cooling lubricant for drinking water
pipes. Completely soluble in water. According to regulations. In Germany DVGW
test no. DW-0201AS2032, Austria ÖVGW test no. W 1.303, Switzerland SVGW
test no. 7808-649. Viscosity at –10°C: 190 mPa s (cP). Pumpable up to –28°C.
Without added water. Easy to use. Dyed red for checking washout.
Both cooling lubricants are available both as sprays and in canisters and barrels.
All cooling lubricants must only be used undiluted!
5. Maintenance
DANGER
Pull out the mains plug before maintenance and repair work! This work
mayonlybeperformedbyqualifiedpersonnel.
5.1. Servicing
The REMS Turbo is maintenance-free. The gear unit runs in a permanent
greasefillingandthereforerequiresnolubrications.
5.2. Inspection/maintenance
The motor of the REMS Turbo has carbon brushes. As these are subject to
wear, they must be checked and if nessesary replaced from time to time. To
do so, undo the 4 bolts on the motor handle by approx. 3 mm, pull the motor
handle to the rear and remove the two covers from the motor housing. See
also 6. Action in the event of faults.
6. Action in the event of fault
6.1. Fault: Saw stops during sawing.
Cause: ● Feed pressure too high.
● Blunt sawblade.
● Inadequate lubrication (REMS Turbo K)
● Worn out or faulty carbon brushes.
6.2. Fault: Cut not at right-angles when sawing pipes and sections.
Cause: ● Bevel angle on bearing block (10) not set at 0° (REMS Turbo K).
● Blunt sawblade.
● Sawdust in vice or under bearing block (10) (REMS Turbo K).
6.3. Fault: Saw does not start.
Cause: ● Connecting line defective.
● Unit defective.
7. Disposal
REMS Turbo may not be thrown into the domestic waste at the end of use. The
machine must be disposed of properly by law.
8. Manufacturer’s Warranty
The warranty period shall be 12 months from delivery of the new product to the
firstuser.Thedateofdeliveryshallbedocumentedbythesubmissionofthe
original purchase documents, which must include the date of purchase and the
designation of the product. All functional defects occurring within the warranty
period, which are clearly the consequence of defects in production or materials,
will be remedied free of charge. The remedy of defects shall not extend or
renew the warranty period for the product. Damage attributable to natural wear
and tear, incorrect treatment or misuse, failure to observe the operational
instructions, unsuitable operating materials, excessive demand, use for unauthorized purposes, interventions by the customer or a third party or other
reasons, for which REMS is not responsible, shall be excluded from the warranty
Services under the warranty may only be provided by customer service stations
authorized for this purpose by REMS. Complaints will only be accepted if the
product is returned to a customer service station authorized by REMS without
prior interference in an unassembled condition. Replaced products and parts
shall become the property of REMS.
The user shall be responsible for the cost of shipping and returning the product.
The legal rights of the user, in particular the right to make claims against the
seller under the warranty terms, shall not be affected. This manufacturer’s
warranty only applies for new products which are purchased in the European
Union, in Norway or in Switzerland.
This warranty is subject to German law with the exclusion of the United Nations
Convention on Contracts for the International Sales of Goods (CISG).
9. Spare parts lists
For spare parts lists, see www.rems.de→Downloads→Partslists.
fra
Traduction de la notice d’utilisation originale
Fig. 1– 4
1 Ressort de traction
2 Interrupteur à impulsion dans
la poignée
3 Attache
4 Capot de protecteur
5 Carter
6 Repère de coupe
7 Lame de scie
8 Levier de serrage
(seulement REMS Turbo K)
9 Règle graduée
(seulement REMS Turbo K)
10 Support pivoant
(seulement REMS Turbo K)
11
12
14
15
16
18
19
20
21
Vis à tête hexagonale
(seulement REMS Turbo K)
Buté de longueur
(seulement REMS Turbo K)
Bacdelubrification
(seulement REMS Turbo K)
Support
Levier de serrage complet
Pompedelubrification
(REMS Turbo K)
Alesagepourtuyaudelubrification
Vissocle/bacdelubrification
REMS REG 10 – 54 E
Consignes générales de sécurité pour les outils électriques
AVERTISSEMENT
Lire toutes les consignes de sécurité et instructions de service. Le non­respect
des consignes de sécurité et des instructions de service entraîne un risque de
décharge électrique, de brûlures et/ou d’autres blessures graves.
Conserver toutes les consignes de sécurité et les instructions pour usage
ultérieur.
1) Sécurité du poste de travail
a) Maintenir le poste de travail dans un état propre et bien éclairé. Le désordre
et un poste de travail non éclairé peuvent être source d’accident.
b) Ne pas travailler avec l’outil électrique dans un milieu où il existe un risque
d’explosion, notamment en présence de liquides, de gaz ou de poussières
inflammables. Les outils électriques produisent des étincelles qui peuvent mettre
le feu à la poussière ou aux vapeurs.
c) Tenir les enfants et les tierces personnes à l’écart pendant l’utilisation de
l’outil électrique. Un utilisateur distrait risque de perdre le contrôle de l’appareil.
2) Sécurité électrique
a) La fiche mâle de l’outil électrique doit être appropriée à la prise de courant.
La fiche mâle ne doit en aucun cas être modifiée. Ne pas utiliser d’adaptateur
de fiche avec un outil électrique équipé d’une mise à la terre. Des fiches
mâles non modifiées et des prises de courant appropriées réduisent le risque de
décharge électrique.
b) Éviter le contact avec des surfaces mises à la terre, telles que les tubes,
radiateurs, cuisinières et réfrigérateurs. Lorsque le corps est en contact avec
la terre, le risque de décharge électrique est élevé.
c) Tenir l’outil électrique à l’abri de la pluie et de l’humidité. La pénétration
d’eau dans un outil électrique augmente le risque de décharge électrique.
d) Ne pas utiliser le câble pour des fins auxquelles il n’a pas été prévu, notamment pour porter l’outil électrique, l’accrocher ou le débrancher en tirant
sur la fiche mâle. Tenir le câble à l’abri de la chaleur, de l’huile, des arêtes
vives et des pièces en mouvement de l’appareil. Des câbles endommagés
ou emmêlés augmentent le risque de décharge électrique.
e) Pour travailler avec l’outil électrique à l’extérieur, n’utiliser que des rallonges
dont l’usage est autorisé à l’extérieur. L’utilisation d’une rallonge appropriée
pour l’extérieur réduit le risque de décharge électrique.
f) Si l’utilisation de l’outil électrique en milieu humide est inévitable ou s’il y
a un risque de couper le câble, utiliser un déclencheur par courant de
défaut. L’utilisation d’un déclencheur par courant de défaut réduit le risque de
décharge électrique.
3) Sécurité des personnes
a) Être attentif, veiller à ce que l’on fait et se mettre au travail avec bon sens
si l’on utilise un outil électrique. Ne pas utiliser l’outil électrique en étant
fatigué ou en étant sous l’influence de drogues, d’alcools ou de médicaments. Lors de l’utilisation de l’outil électrique, un moment d’inattention peut
entraîner des blessures graves.
b) Porter des équipements de protection individuelle et toujours des lunettes
de protection. Le port d’équipements de protection individuelle, comme un
masque antipoussière, des chaussures de sécurité anti­dérapantes, un casque
de protection ou une protection de l’ouïe selon le type de l’utilisation de l’outil
électrique, réduit le risque de blessures.
c) Éviter toute mise en marche involontaire ou incontrôlée. Vérifier que l’outil
électrique est arrêté avant de le saisir, de le porter ou de le raccorder au
secteur et/ou à l’accu. Transporter l’appareil électrique avec le doigt sur
l’interrupteur ou brancher l’appareil en marche au secteur peut entraîner des
accidents.
d) Éloigner les outils de réglage et tournevis avant la mise en service de l’outil
électrique. Un outil ou une clé se trouvant dans une pièce en mouvement de
l’appareil peut entraîner des blessures.
e) Éviter toute position anormale du corps. Veiller à adopter une position sûre
et à garder l’équilibre à tout moment. L’outil électrique peut alors être mieux
contrôlé dans des situations inattendues.
f) Porter des vêtements appropriés. Ne pas porter de vêtements amples ni
de bijoux. Écarter les cheveux, les vêtements et les gants des pièces en
mouvement. Des vêtements amples, des bijoux ou des cheveux longs peuvent
être happés par des pièces en mouvement.
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