Pro Spot PR-112 Instruction manual

PR-111, PR-112 & PR-113
Inverter
Plasma Cutter
Series
Punktschweißgerät
Resistance
Spot Welder
Kurzanleitung
Instruction Manual
Inst
Version 1.0
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CAUTION!
BEFORE INSTALLING, OPERATING OR CARRYING OUT MAINTENANCE ON THE
PLASMA CUTTER, READ THE CONTENTS OF THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY, PAYING PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THE SAFETY RULES.
In the event of these instructions not being clear, please contact your supplier.
CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR NEW PURCHASE!
YOU ARE NOW IN THE POSSESSION OF ONE OF THE SAFEST AND MOST TECHNOLOGICALLY ADVANCED PLASMA CUTTERS ON THE MARKET.
FOLLOW OUR SUGGESTIONS AND YOU WILL BE GUARANTEED SAFE AND PROBLEMFREE OPERATION.
SAFETY RULES AND GENERAL WARNINGS
INTRODUCTION
Your plasma cutting unit is ¿tted with sophisticated safeguards which block
functioning and therefore the cutting operations until all the safety conditions
are present. The plasma cutting technique requires dangerously high voltage
for pilot arc starting and during cutting, therefore the following safety rules
must be observed with great care.
ELECTRICITY
1-Make sure that the unit is earthed and that the supply line has an adequate
earth connection.
2-Make sure that the work bench has a satisfactory earth connection.
3-Avoid contact between the metal bars being cut and bare skin or damp
clothes.
4-Do not lean on the piece being cut or hold it in your hands.
5-Do not carry out cutting operations in damp environments or on wet surfaces.
6-Do not use the unit if the torch or cables appear damaged.
7-Always turn the unit off before replacing the electrode, the nozzle or the spreader tip of the torch.
8-Always switch the unit off and remove the power cable from the mains socket before carrying out
any maintenance inside the unit.
CAUTION!
Repairs, maintenance and operation of the unit should be carried out by trained personnel
who are aware of the risks caused by the high voltage needed to operate the plasma cutting
unit. The operator should work in compliance with current standards and abide by all safety
regulations.
CAUTION!
If during the cutting operation a slight electric shock is felt, stop work immediately and do not
use the unit until the fault has been discovered and resolved.
EYE AND BODY PROTECTION
One of the hazards during the cutting process is the emission of electromagnetic waves due to the
electric arc. The length of these waves ranges from infrared to ultraviolet. If these rays hit the eyes,
they can cause various complaints such as conjunctivitis, burns to the retina, deterioration of sight,
etc. Moreover a high concentration of ultraviolet rays can burn the skin. It is, therefore, extremely
important that the operator uses adequate safety equipment and clothing, such as:
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1-Split or leather gloves
2-Split or leather aprons
3-Shin-guards
4-Safety shoes
5-Safety mask (or even better helmet) large enough to cover the whole
of the face, equipped with safety lenses able to ¿lter all the radiation and
reduce the intensity of the light absorbed by the eye.
CAUTION!
Never, under any circumstances, look at an electric arc without eye protection.
CAUTION!
A further hazard for eyes is the risk of splinters or particles which may be detached during the cutting operations or during grinding,
brushing or hammering away of the scale.
Always wear goggles or protective shields with transparent lenses during
these operations to prevent splinters or other foreign bodies from entering the eye.
IMPORTANT: safety screens should be installed around the cutting area to protect other people, who
may be working in adjacent areas, from the radiation given out by the arc.
CUTTING FUMES AND GASES
Harmful fumes and metallic powders are produced during the cutting operation. Metals which are
painted or coated or which contain mercury, cadmium, zinc, lead and graphite may produce harmful
concentrations of toxic fumes during cutting.
To protect the operator or other persons from exposure to possible toxic fumes, fume respirators
should be worn and work areas should be adequately ventilated.
When working in enclosed environments, suction units should be ¿tted below the cutting area.
CAUTION!
When halogenated solvents or degreasing agents are present, the material to be cut should
be cleaned properly to prevent the formation of toxic gases. Some chlorinated solvents may
decompose in the presence of the radiation given out by the arc and may generate phosgene gas.
FIRE HAZARDS
1-Prevent sparks or hot scale from producing Àames
2-Remove inÀammable or combustible materials from the cutting area.
3-Make sure that ¿re-¿ghting equipment is located near the work area.
4-Situate the unit in an area where the air can be sucked in and exhausted from the grilles on the panel
CAUTION!
Do not cut fuel or lubricant containers even if these are empty.
Do not cut containers or casings which contain inÀammable material.
Never cut in environments which are polluted by inÀammable gas or combustible liquid vapours (such as petrol).
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NOISE
Noise is generated during the cutting process. The noise level depends on the cutting parameters used.
CAUTION!
Noise can damage hearing
Wear adequate hearing protection.
BURNS
The operator should be adequately protected during cutting operations. This should be routine practice.
CAUTION!
Do not point the torch jet at people or foreign bodies.
EMC
Before installing the plasma cutting unit, carry out an inspection of the surrounding area, observing
the following guidelines:
1-Make sure that there are no other power supply cables, control lines, telephone leads or other
equipment near the unit.
2-Make sure that there are no radio receivers or television appliances.
3-Make sure there are no computers or other control systems.
4-Make sure that there is no-one with a pacemaker or hearing aid in the area around the unit.
5-Check the immunity of any other equipment operating in the same environment. In certain cases
additional protective measures may be required.
Interference can be reduced in the following ways:
1-If there is interference in the power supply line, an E.M.C. ¿lter should be inserted between the
mains and the unit.
2-The output cables of the unit should be shortened; these should be kept close together and stretched
along the ground.
3-All the panels of the unit should be correctly closed after carrying out maintenance.
GENERAL INFORMATION
PLASMA ARC AND BASIC PRINCIPLES FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF PLASMA CUTTING
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Plasma is a gas that is heated to an extremely high temperature and ionised so that it becomes
a conductor of electricity.
This cutting procedure utilises the plasma to transfer the electric arc to the metal workpiece,
which is melted by the heatand then separated.
The torch uses compressed air from a single source, for both the plasma and cooling and protective gas.
The start of the cycle is determided by an arc, called the pilot arc, which is struck between the
mobile electode(negative polarity) ab dthe torch nozzle (positive polarity) due to the short circuit
between these two elements.
When the torch is brought into direct contact with the workpiece to be cut (connetcted to the
positive polarity of the power source) the pilot arc is transfered between the electrode and the
workpiece itself thus striking a plasma arc, also called cutting arc.
The duration of the pilot arc is set in the fatcory at 3 seconds; if the transfer has not been made
within this time, the cycle is automatically stopped except for the cooling air which is kept on.
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POWER SUPPLY CONNECTION
The machine must be connected to a Line-Neutral system with a “PE” protected grounding wire. Check
that the relevant socket terminal is actually connected to the distribution system grounding.
CONNECTION TO GROUND CABLE
Connect the dinse plug to the socket and the work cable clamp to the piece to be cut or to the metallic
workbench. Take following precautions:
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Verify that there is a good electrical contact particularly if insulated or oxidated coated sheets
are cut.
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Make ground connections as close as possible to the cutting area. The use of the metallic structures which are not part of the workpiece, such as the return cable of the cutting current, may
endanger the safety system and give poor cutting results.
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Do not make a ground connection on the piece which has to be removed.
TORCH CONNECTION
WARNING!: Before starting the cutting operations verify that the parts are properly assembled
by inspecting the head of the torch as shown on paragraph “Torch Maintenance”
LOCATION AND HANDLING OF THE POWER SOURCE
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Choose location verifying that there is a good air Àow and no dust, smoke or gas is present.
Make sure that obstacles do not prevent the cooling air Àow out of front and rear openings of
the machine.
Arrange an open space of at least 5m around the machine.
In the case the machine has to be moved, always disconnect the plug from the outlet and gather
the cables and pipes so as not to damage them.
COMPRESSED AIR
A source of clean, dry air or nitrogen must be supplied to your plasma cutting unit. The supply pressure must be between 72.5 and 150 psi (5 and10.3 bar). The Àow rate is approximately 3.5 cu.ft./
min. (100L/min.). Failure to observe these precautions could result in excessive operating temperatures or damage to the torch.
An air regulator is included with the unit with optimum pressure setting set to 65 PSI, 4.5 Bar.
Note: the regulator should never be set above 6 bar.
MANUAL PURGE
Oil in the air is a severe problem and must be avoided.
The unit is also equipped with an air ¿lter which captures
water and oil vapor.
Model PR-111:
30A - 40A: The vapor collected can be drained
out turning the drain knob located on the air ¿lter. Three
Position Drain knob, select the desired position:
1. Open
2. Open when no air pressure, closed when air pressure. The drain knob should not be left in this position
during cutting operations.
3. Closed
PR-112/113:
Model 45A:
water contained
water contained
in the ¿lter
in the
glass
¿lter
can
glass
be drained
can be drained
by pushing
by pushing
upward the drain connector.
upward the drain connector.
Note: The unit will not operate if the input air pressure is below 55 PSI, 3.8 Bar.
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FUNCTIONS
30A - 40A MODEL
PR-111
1.ON/FF Switch – In the ON position the machine is ready for normal operation. All system
control circuits are activated. OFF position deactivates control circuits.
2.Output Current Knob - Adjusts the cutting current supplied by the machine according to the
thickness of material/speed.
3.Green LED– Turns ON when input voltage is applied within normal range – blinks slowly
when input voltage goes above 260Vac, or below 180Vac.
4.Red LED–Turns ON when torch is triggered. Blinks quickly during 3 second safety pre-Àow
prior to pilot arc ignition. Blinks slowly if cutting arcs not initiated after 3 second pilot arc
ignition.
5.Yellow LED– Turns ON when the thermal protection is activated. Blinks slowly when the
under pressure protection is working (the pressure is under 3,8 Bar).
6. Air regulator - Adjusts the input air pressure - pull upward to unlock - nominal air pressure
setting is 4,5 Bar. Note: the regulator should never be set above 6 Bar.
7.Compressed air connection
8. Input cord
9. Work cable with clamp
10. Torch (with a trigger security cap)
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45A MODEL
PR-112/113
1.ON/FF Switch – In the ON position the machine is ready for normal operation. All system
control circuits are activated. OFF position deactivates control circuits.
2.Output Current Knob - Adjusts the cutting current supplied by the machine according to the
thickness of material/speed.
3.Digital Ammeter - when unit is on views the set cutting current when unit is on, during pilot
arc time views the pilot arc current and during cutting views the cutting current.
4.Green LED – Turns ON when input voltage is applied to the machine.
5.Red LED –Turns ON when pilot or cutting arcs are initiated.
6.Yellow LED – Turns ON when the thermal protection is activated or when voltage exceeds
with compressed air
7.Yellow LED – Turns on when the under pressure protection is working (the pressure is under
3,8 Bar) or when voltage exceeds without compressed air.
8.Torch Gas Purge Button – Allows to remove any condensation that may have accumulated
in the torch and leads while the system was shut down.
9. Air Pressure Gauge – shows the input air pressure
10.Air regulator - Adjusts the input air pressure - pull upward to unlock - nominal air pressure
setting is 4,5 Bar. Note: the regulator should never be set above 6 Bar.
11.Input cord
12.Work cable with clamp
13.Torch (with a trigger security cap)
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CUTTING OPERATION
PRELIMINARIES
WARNING: unplug the unit from the power supply before assemble or disassemble piled parts,
single parts, parts of the torch, torch assemblies or cables.
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Check and follow instructions as foreseen in the paragraphs “Safety and Installation” of the
present instructions manual.
PARTS OF THE TORCH
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Check the torch for proper assembly. Install proper torch parts for the desired application (refer
to Section called Torch Consumable Parts Selection). NOTE: The power supply will not operate unless the torch shield cup is fully seated against the PIP (Parts in Place) pins in the torch
head.
INPUT POWER
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Check the power source for proper input voltage.
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Make sure the power source meets circuit protection and wiring requirements.
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Plug unit in and close main disconnect switch to supply primary power to the system.
GROUND CABLE
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Check for a solid ground cable connection to the workpiece.
AUTOMATIC PURGE SYSTEM
30A - 40A model
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Place the ON/OFF switch to the ON position. The ON light will Àicker momentarily as the system
powers up and then stays on. Activate the torch button to initiate gas purge (pre-Àow) to remove
any condensation that may have accumulated in the torch and leads while the system was shut
down. When the gas purge is complete, pilot arc will be initiated.
45A model
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Place the ON/OFF switch to the ON position. Activate the torch button to initiate gas purge (preÀow) to remove any condensation that may have accumulated in the torch and leads while the
system was shut down. When the gas purge is complete, pilot arc will be initiated. To cool torch
handle or to further remove condensation in the torch and leads push the torch gas purge button
on the front panel of the unit.
WARNING
Do not initiate pilot arc during adjustment.
CHECKING AIR QUALITY
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To check air quality, deactivate the torch (post-Àow) and place ¿lter lens in front of the torch. Any
oil or moisture in the air will be visible on the lens. DO NOT initiate pilot arc while checking air
quality.
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CUTTING
A. Cutting with a Hand Torch
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The torch can be comfortably held in one hand or steadied with two hands. Choose the technique
that feels most comfortable and allows good control and movement. Position the index ¿nger or
thumb to press the control switch on the torch handle.
For edge starts, hold the torch perpendicular to the workpiece with the front of the tip on the
edge of the workpiece at the point where the cut is to start. - Fig. A. For piercing, angle the torch
slightly to direct sparks away from the torch until the pierce is complete. Fig. B
Fig. A
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Fig. B
For drag cuts keep the torch in contact with the workpiece. For standoff cutting, hold the torch
2-3 mm from the work.
With the torch in starting position, press the control switch. After an initial gas purge (pre-air),
the pilot arc will come on and remain on for 3 seconds until the cutting arc starts.
Once on, the main arc remains on as long as
the control switch is held down, unless the torch
is withdrawn from the work or torch motion is
too slow. Keep moving while cutting. Cut at a
steady speed without pausing. Maintain the
cutting speed so that the arc lag is about 30°
behind the travel direction. Fig. C
Fig. C
If the cutting arc is interrupted, and the torch
trigger is still pressed, the pilot arc comes back
on automatically for 3 seconds.
To shut off the torch simply release the control switch. When the switch is released a post-Àow
will occur. If the torch trigger is pressed during the post-Àow, the pilot arc will restart.
B. Piercing with a Hand Torch
Note: Recommended maximum piercing capacity is 2mm. If necessary to make a cut on a
metal sheet with a tickness more than 2mm without an edge start, make a hole ø 6mm at
least using an electric drill to start cutting.
Fig. B
Fig. D
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When piercing with a hand torch, tip the torch
slightly so that blowback particles blow away
from the torch tip (and operator) rather than
directly back into it. Fig. B
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Complete the pierce off the cutting line and then
continue the cut onto the line. Hold the torch
perpendicular to the workpiece after the cut is
complete. Fig. D
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Clean spatter and scale from the shield cup and the tip as soon as possible. Spraying or dipping
the shieldcup in anti-spatter compound will minimize the amount of scale which adheres to it.
C. Grates Cutting
To cut grates it is suggestable to set cutting current between 20 - 34A.
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WARNING
Disconnect primary power at the source and wait that the torch has cooled before disassembling the
torch or torch leads. Frequently review the Important Safety Precautions at the front of this Manual.
Be sure the operator is equipped with proper gloves, clothing, eye and ear protection. Make sure no
part of the operator’s body comes into contact with the work piece while the torch is activated.
CAUTION
Sparks from the cutting process can cause damage to coated, painted, and other surfaces such as
glass, plastic and metal.
NOTE Handle torch leads with care and protect them from damage.
TORCH CONSUMABLE PARTS SELECTION
To change the torch consumable parts use the following procedure: Position the torch with the shield
cup facing upward to prevent these parts from falling out when the cup is removed.
Torch for models PR-111
30A / 40A
Use:
- 0,90 mm ø nozzle to cut pieces more than
5 mm thick (output current 30-40 Amp)
- 0,80 mm ø nozzle to cut pieces more than
5 mm thick (output current 20-30 Amp)
- 0,65 mm ø nozzle to cut pieces less than
5 mm thick (output current 10-20 Amp)
Torch for model PR-112/113
45A
Use:
1,00 mm ø nozzle to cut with output current
40-45 Amp
- 0,90 mm ø nozzle to cut with output current
30-40 Amp)
SPACER
SHIELD CUP
SHIELD CUP
NOZZLE
GAS DIFFUSER
ELECTRODE
NOZZLE
GAS DIFFUSER
ELECTRODE
TORCH HEAD
ASSEMBLY
TORCH HEAD ASSEMBLY
WORK
TABLE
WARNING: Wait the torch has sufficiently cooled before replacing torch parts.
1. Unscrew and remove the shield cup from the Torch Head Assembly.
2. Remove the tip, gas distributor, and electrode.
3. Install the electrode, gas distributor, and tip.
4. Hand tighten the shield cup until it is seated on the torch head. If resistance is felt when installing
the cup, check the threads before proceeding.
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OPERATING FAULTS
During cutting operations performance faults may arise which are not caused by plant malfunctioning
but by other operational faults such as:
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Insuf¿cient penetration :
too high cutting speed;
torch is too tilted;
piece is too thick;
cutting current too low;
torch parts are worn out;
non-genuine Manufacturer’s parts;
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Interruption of the cutting arc:
cutting speed too slow;
excessive distance between torch and workpiece;
AC line too low - reduce output current;
torch parts are worn out;
non-genuine Manufacturer’s parts;
work cable is disconnected;
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Excessive scoria settlement:
too low cutting speed (bottom dross);
too high cutting speed (top dross);
excessive distance between torch and workpiece;
cutting current too low;
torch parts are worn out;
non-genuine Manufacturer’s parts;
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Tilted cutting (not perpendicular):
torch position not correct;
asymmetric wear of nozzle hole and/or wrong; assemblage of the torch parts;
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Excessive wear of nozzle and
electrodes:
air pressure too low;
exceeding system capability (material too thick);
contaminated air (humidity-oil);
excessive pilot arc arc ignitions in the air;
Improperly assembled torch;
torch tip contacting workpiece;
damaged or loose torch head components;
non-genuine Manufacturer’s parts.
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance can only be carried out on the unit if the person in charge of this operation has the necessary
technical knowledge and the correct tools. If this is not the case, contact your nearest service centre.
CAUTION!
Never access inside the machine (panel removal) or touch the torch (disassemblage)
without having disconnected power plug.
Any inspection performed under voltage inside the machine or inside the torch may cause
severe electric shocks caused by direct contact with parts under voltage.
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UNIT
Keep the cutting or gouging area and the area around the machine clean and free of combustible
materials. No debris should be allowed to collect , this could obstruct air Àow to the machine.
Inspect the unit every 3-4 months (depending on how often the unit is used) and use compressed air
to remove any dust deposits.
CAUTION!
Only use dry compressed air for cleaning. Do not point the jet of air at the electronic circuits.
TORCH
Periodically, according to its use or to cutting faults verify wear of the parts connected to plasma arc:
Shield Cup:
Unscrew manually from head of the torch. Clean throughly abd replace if damaged (burns, distortions or
cracks). Verify integrity of superior metal sector (actuator torch safety).
Tip:
Check wear of plasma arc hole and of inner and outer surfaces. If the hole is widened compared to its
original width or if it is damaged, replace tip. If surfaces are particularly oxidated clean them with extra
¿ne abrasive paper.
Air Distribution Ring:
Verify the are no burns or cracks or that airÀow holes are not obstructed. If damaged, replace immediately.
Electrode:
Replace electrode when crater settling on emitting surface is about 2mm.
WARNING!
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Before making any operation to the torch let it cool at least all along the “postgas” period.
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Except for particular cases it is advisable to replace electrode and tip AT THE SAME TIME.
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Respect assembly order of torch parts (reserved compared to disassemblage).
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Be carefull that distributing is assembled properly.
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Reassemble shield cup screwing tightly and manually.
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Never assemble shield cup without having assembled electrode distributing ring and tip beforehand.
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Timely and appropriate control procedures on torch parts are essential for safety and functionality of
the cutting system.
TORCH BODY, HANDLE AND CABLE
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These parts usually need no particular maintenance with the exception of a periodic inspection and
an accurate cleaning to be made WITHOUT THE USE OF SOLVENTS.
In case of damages to the insulation such as breaks, cracks and burns or even a loosening of electric
coonductors, the torch CANNOT BE USED FURTHER SINCE SAFETY CONDITIONS HAVE NOT
BEEN RESPECTED.
IN THIS CASE, REPAIRING (EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE) CANNOT BE MADE ON SITE
BUT NEEDS TO BE DELEGATED TO A SERVICE CENTER TO MAKE SPECIAL REST TRIALS
AFTER REPAIRING HAS BEEN EXECUTED.
In order to keep the torch and the cable ef¿cient it is necessary to follow these precautions:
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DO NOT touch torch and cable with warm or hot parts.
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DO NOT strain the cable.
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DO NOT move the cable on sharp edges or abrasive surfaces.
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gather the cable in regular coils if it is too long.
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DO NOT step on the cable.
COMPRESSED AIR FILTER
The unit is equipped with a ¿lter for the compressed air. This ¿lter is ¿tted with a knob for the manual drain of the condensation. Purge periodically to remove the water/oil in the ¿lter by following
the instructions of paragraph “Compressed air”.
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TROBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM
POSSIBLE CAUSE AND REMEDY
GREEN LED OFF, Fan not operat-ing. No Input 1. Plug unit into 230V outlet.
Power.
2. Reset Breaker.
GREEN LED ON, YELLOW Overtemperature
LED ON. Unit is overheated.
1. Make sure the unit has not been operated
beyond duty cycle limits.
2. Air Flow obstructed.
GREEN LED ON,
Model 30A - 40A - YELLOW Overtemperature /
under pressure LED blinks.
Model 45A - YELLOW under pressure LED ON.
No air Àow in purge or pre-Àow.
1. Air not connected or pressure too low. Check
source for at least 5 Bar (72.5 PSI) during purge or pre-Àow, adjust air pressure to 4,5 Bar (65
PSI).
2. Air ¿lter or air line blocked, torch blocked. Replace ¿lter cartridge. Check that air line and torch
leads are free of twists and kinks.
GREEN LED ON, YELLOW Overtemperature /
1. Shield cup not properly installedon torch. Cheunder pressure LED OFF, no air Àow when torch ck that shield cup isfully seated against torch.
switch pressed.
2. Faulty Torch Switch or Parts Assembly in torch
holder. Refer to Maintenance paragraph.
3. Faulty Main PC Board Repair / Replace Power
Supply.
GREEN LED ON, YELLOW Overtemperature
/ under pressure LED OFF. Air Àows, Pilot arc
does not start.
1. Faulty torch parts. Inspect torch parts and replace if necessary.
2. Gas pressure too high. Set pressure to 65 psi
(4.5 BAR).
3. Faulty main PC Board. Repair /replace.
Torch has pilot arc but does not cut.
1. Work lead not connected. Make sure work lead
is connected securely to bare metal.
2. AC input power too low. Use shortest distance
to breaker panel possible.
3. Faulty Main PC Board.Repair/Replace.
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LISTA RICAMBI TORCIA / TORCH PARTS LIST / LISTA DE REPUESTOS DE LA ANTORCHA /
LISTE PIÈCES DE RECHANGE DE LA TORCHE PT40-60
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CORPO TORCIA
TORCH HEAD
1
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ELETTRODO
ELECTRODE
1
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DIFFUSORE
AIR DIFFUSER
1
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CAPPA 1,0 (40-45A)
TIP D.1,0 (40-45A)
1
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CAPPA 0,9 (30-40A)
TIP D.0,8 (30-40A)
1
04
CAPPA 0,8 (20-30A)
TIP D.0,8 (20-30A)
1
04
CAPPA 0,65 (10-20A)
TIP D. 0,65 (10-20A)
1
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UGELLO
SHIELD CUP
1
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CHIAVE
ELECTRODE WRENCH
1
07
IMPUGNATURA+MICRO
HANDLE+MICRO
1
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MICRO
MICRO
1
09
FASCIO CAVI
CABLE ASSEMBLY
1
MODELLO / MODEL 45A
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DISTANZIALE
SPACER
1
Da usare solo con correnti di taglio superiori a 35A - to be used only with cutting current over 35A
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CUERPO ANTORCHA
TÈTE DE LA TORCHE
1
02
ELECTRODO
ELECTRODE
1
03
DIFUSOR AIRE
ANNEAU DE DIFUSION
1
04
TOBERA 1,0 (40-45A)
BEC D.1,0 (40-45A)
1
04
TOBERA 0,9 (30-40A)
BEC D.0,8 (30-40A)
1
04
TOBERA D.0,8 (20-30A)
BEC D.0,8 (20-30A)
1
04
TOBERA D. 0,65 (10-20A)
BEC D. 0,65 (10-20A)
1
05
BOQUILLA PROTEC. EXT.
COUPELLE BLINDÉE
1
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LLAVE PARA ELECTRODO
CLÈ POUR ELECTRODE
1
07
EMPUÑADURA + MICRO
POIGNÈE + MICRO
1
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MICRO
MICRO
1
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HAZ DE CABLES
FAISCEAU DE CÂBLES
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MODELO / MODÈLE 45A
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DISTANCIADOR
ENTRETOISE
1
para utilizar solo con corriente de corte superior a los 35A - à utiliser suelement avec courant de coupe superieur à 35A
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SCHEMA ELETTRICO / WIRING DIAGRAM / ESQUEMA ELECTRICO / SCHÉMA ÉLECTRIQUE
- MOD.30A
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ESPLOSO / PARTS DRAWING / DESPIECE / VUE ÉCLATÉE - PR-111
MOD.30A
LISTA RICAMBI / PARTS LIST / LISTA DE REPUESTOS / LISTE PIÈCES DE RECHANGE - MOD.30A
PR-111
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01
02
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
PRESSACAVO
DADO PER PRESSACAVO
TARGA ADESIVA
ETICHETTA FRONTALE
MANOPOLA POTENZ.
GUSCIO FRONTALE
DIVISORIO
ELETTROVALVOLA
PRESSOSTATO
MANIGLIA
COPERCHIO
PRESSACAVO
CAVO DI ALIMENTAZIONE
TORCIA PLASMA PT-40
PRESSACAVO + GHIERA
CAVO DI MASSA
PINZA DI MASSA
SCHEDA PANNELLO FRON.
SCHEDA CONTROLLO
MODULO
FONDO
PIEDINO
INTERRUTTORE ON/OFF
FILTRO
MANOMETRO PER FILTRO
CABLE CLAMP
NUT FOR CABLE CLAMP
REGULATION PLATE
FRONT LABEL
POTENTIOMETER KNOB
FRONT FRAME
DIVIDING PANEL
SOLENOID VALVE
PRESSURE SWITCH
PLASTIC HANDLE
COVER PANEL
CABLE CLAMP
INPUT CABLE
PLASMA TORCH PT-40
CABLE CLAMP + NUT
EARTH CABLE
EARTH CLAMP
FRONT PANEL P.C. BOARD
CONTROL P.C. BOARD
COMPLETE P.C. BOARD
LOWER PANEL
LITTLE FEET
ON/OFF SWITCH
FILTER
FILTER GAUGE
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
01
01
02
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
PASA CABLE
TUERCA PASA CABLE
ETIQUETA REG. FRONTAL
ETIQUETA FRONTAL
POMO PARA POTENC.
MARCO FRONTAL
PANEL INTERNO
VALVULA SOLENOIDE
PRESOSTATO
MANILLA DE PLASTICO
PANEL DE COBERTURA
PASA CABLE
CABLE DE ALIMENTACION
ANTORCHA PLASMA PT-40
PASA CABLE + TUERCA
CABLE DE MASA
PINZA DE MASA
CIRCUITO PANEL FRONTAL
CIRCUITO DE CONTROL
CIRCUITO COMPLETO
FONDO
PIE CHICO
INTERRUPTOR ON/OFF
FILTRO
FILTRO DEL MANOMETRO
PASSE-CÂBLE
ECROU POUR PASSE-CABLE
ETIQUETTE DE RÉG. FRONT.
ETIQUETTE FRONTAL
POIGNÉE DU POTENTIOMÈTRE
CADRE FRONTAL
PANNEAU INTÉRIEUR
ELECTROVANNE
PRESSOSTAT
POIGNÉE
COUVERCLE
PASSE-CÂBLE
CÂBLE DE ALIMENTATION
TORCHE PLASMA PT-40
PASSE-CÂBLE + ECROU
CÂBLE DE MASSE
BORNE DE MASSE
CIRCUIT PANNEAU FRONTAL
CIRCUIT IMPRIMÉ DE CONTROL
CIRCUIT IMPRIMÉ COMPLET
PANNEAU DU FOND
PETIT PIED
INTERRUPTEUR MARCHE/ARRÊT
FILTRE
FILTRE DU MANOMÈTRE
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
52
SCHEMA ELETTRICO / WIRING DIAGRAM / ESQUEMA ELECTRICO / SCHÉMA ÉLECTRIQUE
- MOD.40A
PR-111
53
ESPLOSO / PARTS DRAWING / DESPIECE / VUE ÉCLATÉE - PR-111
MOD.40A
54
LISTA RICAMBI / PARTS LIST / LISTA DE REPUESTOS / LISTE DES PIÈCES DE RECHANGE - PR-111
MOD.40A
01
01
02
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
PRESSACAVO
DADO PER PRESSACAVO
TARGA ADESIVA
ETICHETTA FRONTALE
MANOPOLA POTENZ.
GUSCIO FRONTALE
SCHEDA PANNELLO FRON.
DIVISORIO
ELETTROVALVOLA
ELETTROVALVOLA
PRESSOSTATO
COPERCHIO
PRESSACAVO
CAVO DI ALIMENTAZIONE
MANIGLIA
TORCIA PLASMA PT-40
PRESSACAVO + GHIERA
CAVO DI MASSA
PINZA DI MASSA
ETICHETTA
TRASFORMATORE
SCHEDA CONTROLLO
MODULO
FONDO
PIEDINO
INTERRUTTORE
FILTRO REGOLATORE
MANOMETRO PER FILTRO
CABLE CLAMP
NUT FOR CABLE CLAMP
REGULATION PLATE
FRONT LABEL
POTENTIOMETER KNOB
FRONT FRAME
FRONT PANEL P.C. BOARD
DIVIDING PANEL
SOLENOID VALVE
SOLENOID VALVE
PRESSURE SWITCH
COVER PANEL
CABLE CLAMP
INPUT CABLE
PLASTIC HANDLE
PLASMA TORCH PT-40
CABLE CLAMP + NUT
EARTH CABLE
EARTH CLAMP
LABEL
TRANSFORMER
CONTROL P.C. BOARD
COMPLETE P.C. BOARD
LOWER PANEL
LITTLE FEET
SWITCH
FILTER
FILTER GAUGE
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
01
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
PASA CABLE
TUERCA PASA CABLE
ETIQUETA REG. FRONTAL
POMO PARA POTENC.
MARCO FRONTAL
CIRCUITO PANEL FRONTAL
PANEL INTERNO
VALVULA SOLENOIDE
VALVULA SOLENOIDE
PRESOSTATO
PANEL DE COBERTURA
PASA CABLE
CABLE DE ALIMENTACION
MANILLA DE PLASTICO
ANTORCHA PLASMA PT-40
PASA CABLE + TUERCA
CABLE DE MASA
PINZA DE MASA
ETIQUETA
TRANSFORMADOR
CIRCUITO DE CONTROLO
CIRCUITO COMPLETO
FONDO
PIE CHICO
INTERRUPTOR ON/OFF
FILTRO
FILTRO DEL MANOMETRO
PASSE-CÂBLE
ECROU POUR PASSE-CABLE
ETIQUETTE DE RÉG. FRONT.
POIGNÉE DU POTENTIOMÈTRE
CADRE FRONTAL
CIRCUIT PANNEAU FRONTAL
PANNEAU INTÉRIEUR
ELECTROVANNE
ELECTROVANNE
PRESSOSTAT
COUVERCLE
PASSE-CÂBLE
CÂBLE DE ALIMENTATION
POIGNÉE
TORCHE PLASMA PT-40
PASSE-CÂBLE + ECROU
CÂBLE DE MASSE
BORNE DE MASSE
ETIQUETTE
TRANSFORMATEUR
CIRCUIT IMPRIMÉ DE CONTROL
CIRCUIT IMPRIMÉ COMPLET
PANNEAU DU FOND
PETIT PIED
INTERRUPTEUR MARCHE/ARRÊT
FILTRE
FILTRE DU MANOMÈTRE
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
55
LISTA RICAMBI TORCIA / TORCH PARTS LIST / LISTA DE REPUESTOS DE LA ANTORCHA /
LISTE PIÈCES DE RECHANGE DE LA TORCHE PR-112/113
PT-80
01
CORPO TORCIA
TORCH HEAD
1
02
ELETTRODO
ELECTRODE
1
03
DIFFUSORE
AIR DIFFUSER
1
04
CAPPA 1,0 (40-50A)
TIP D.1,0 (40-50A)
1
04
CAPPA 0,9 (30-40A)
TIP D.0,9 (30-40A)
1
05
UGELLO
SHIELD CUP
1
06
DISTANZIALE
SPACER
1*
07
CHIAVE
ELECTRODE WRENCH
1
08
FASCIO CAVI
CABLE ASSEMBLY
1
09
IMPUGNATURA+MICRO
HANDLE+MICRO
1
* Da usare solo con correnti di taglio superiori a 40A - to be used only with cutting current over 40A
01
CUERPO ANTORCHA
TÈTE DE LA TORCHE
1
02
ELECTRODO
ELECTRODE
1
03
DIFUSOR AIRE
ANNEAU DE DIFUSION
1
04
TOBERA 1,0 (40-50A)
BEC D.1,0 (40-50A)
1
04
TOBERA 0,9 (30-40A)
BEC D.0,8 (30-40A)
1
05
BOQUILLA PROTEC. EXT.
COUPELLE BLINDÉE
1
06
DISTANCIADOR
ENTRETOISE
1*
07
LLAVE PARA ELECTRODO
CLÈ POUR ELECTRODE
1
08
HAZ DE CABLES
FAISCEAU DE CÂBLES
1
09
EMPUÑADURA + MICRO
POIGNÈE + MICRO
1
* para utilizar solo con corriente de corte superior a los 40A - à utiliser suelement avec courant de coupe superieur à 40A
56
SCHEMA ELETTRICO / WIRING DIAGRAM / ESQUEMA ELECTRICO / SCHÉMA ÉLECTRIQUE
- MOD.45A
PR-112/113
57
ESPLOSO / PARTS DRAWING / DESPIECE / VUE ÉCLATÉE - PR-112/113
MOD.45A
58
LISTA RICAMBI / PARTS LIST / LISTA DE REPUESTOS / LISTE DES PIÈCES DE RECHANGE - MOD.45A
PR-112/113
01
02
03
04
05
06.
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
GUSCIO FRONTALE
FRONT FRAME
MANOMETRO
GAUGE
D.40
ETICHETTA FRONTALE
FRONT LABEL
MANOPOLA POTENZIOM.
POTENTIOMETER KNOB
INSERTO PER MANOM.
GAUGE GROMMET
PRESSACAVO
CABLE CLAMP
INTERRUTTORE 20A
SWITCH
20 A
COPERCHIO
COVER PANEL
PRESSOSTATO 3,6BAR
PRESSOSTAT 3,6 BAR
ELETTROVALVOLA 230V
SOLENOIDE VALVE 230V
SCHEDA CONTROLLO
CONTROL P.C.BOARD
DIVISORIO
DIVIDING PANEL
SCHEDA PANNELO FRONT.FRONT PANEL P.C.BOARD
GUSCIO POSTERIORE
BACK FRAME
FONDO/RETRO
BACK/LOWER PANEL
MANIGLIA
HANDLE
MANOPOLA POTENZ.
SWITCH KNOB
TORCIA PT-80 M4
TORCH PT80 MT4
FERRITOIA
PLASTIC AIR-VENT
PANNELLO FRONTALE
FRONT PANEL
PINZA DI MASSA
EARTH CLAMP
CAVO DI MASSA
EARTH CABLE
VENTILATORE
FAN 230V 50/60HZ
SCHEDA MADRE
MOTHER P.C.BOARD
RESITENZA 4,5OHM
RESISTANCE 4,5 OHM
IMPEDENZA 23X19CU
CHOKE 23X19 CU
RELE’ 30A 24VDC
RELAY 30A 24VDC
TRASFORMATORE
TRANSFORMER
PIEDINO
LITTLE FEET
RIDUTTORE M140
REDUCER M140
PRESSACAVO+GHIERA
CABLE CLAMP+RING NUT
CAVO DI ALIMENTAZIONE
INPUT CABLE
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
01
02
03
04
05
06.
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
MARCO FRONTAL
CADRE FRONTAL
MANOMETRO D.40
MANOMETRE D.40
ETIQUETA FRONTAL
ETIQUETTE FRONTAL
POMO PARA POTENC.
POIGNÉE DU POTENTIOM.
ABRAZADERA PARA MAN.
BAGUE POUR MANOMETRE
PRENSACABLE
PRESSE FIL
CONMUTADOR 20 A
COMMUTATEUR 20 A
PANEL DE COBERTURA
COUVERCLE
PRESOSTATO 3,6 BAR
PRESSOSTAT 3,6 BAR
ELECTROVALVULA 230V
ELECTROVANNE 230V
CIRCUITO DE CONTROL
CIRCUIT DE CONTROLE
PANEL INTERNO
PANNEAU INTÉRIEUR
CIRCUITO PANEL FRONTAL
CIRCUIT PANNEAU FRONTAL
MARCO POSTERIOR
CADRE ARRIÈRE
FONDO/PANEL POSTERIOR
PANNEAU ARRIÈRE/DU FOND
MANILLA
POIGNÉE
POMO PARA CONMUTADOR BOUTON DE COMMUT.
ANTORCHA PT-80 MT.4
TORCHE PT-80 MT.4
ASPILLERA
GRILLE DE VENTIALTION
PANEL FRONTAL
PANNEAU FRONTAL
PINZA DE MASA
BORNE DE MASSE
CABLE DE MASA
CÂBLE DE MASSE
VENTILADOR 230V 50/60HZ
VENTILATEUR 230V 50/60HZ
CIRCUITO PRINCIPAL
CIRCUIT PRINCIPAL
RESISTENCIA4,5 OHM
RESISTANCE 4,5 OHM
IMPEDANCIA 23X19 CU
IMPEDANCE 23X19 CU
RELÉ 30A 24VDC
RELAIS 30A 24VDC
TRANSFORMADOR
TRANSFORMATEUR
PIE CHICO
PETIT PIED
REGULADOR M140
MANODETENTEUR M140
PASA CABLE + VIROLA
PASSE-CÂBLE + BAGUE
CABLE DE ALIMENTACION
CÂBLE DE ALIMENTATION
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
59
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