Clarke 590-21 Operating instructions

ATTIX 550-01
ATTIX 550-11 MOBIL
ATTIX 550-21
ATTIX 590-21
ATTIX 12 GALLON
ATTIX 12 GALLON RDF
ATTIX EC 12 GALLON AS/E
Bedienungsanleitung .......................................................................... 3
Operating Instructions ...................................................................... 14
Notice d'utilisation ............................................................................ 25
Gebruiksaanwijzing........................................................................... 36
Istruzioni sull’uso .............................................................................. 47
Driftsinstruks ..................................................................................... 58
Bruksanvisning ................................................................................. 69
Driftsvejledning ................................................................................. 80
Käyttöohje .......................................................................................... 91
Navodilo za uporabo ...................................................................... 102
Uputstvo za rad ............................................................................... 113
Prevádzkový návod ......................................................................... 124
Provozní návod................................................................................ 135
Instrukcja obsługi............................................................................ 146
Kezelési utasítás ............................................................................. 157
Instrucciones de manejo ................................................................ 168
Instruções de operação .................................................................. 179
Οδηγίες λειτουργίας........................................................................ 190
Ýþletme kýlavuzu .............................................................................. 201
Ðóêîâîäñòâî ïî ýêñïëóàòàöèè .............................................................. 212
302001420 - 2004-02-13
ATTIX 550-01/550-11 MOBIL/550-21/590-21
ATTIX 12 GALLON / ATTIX 12 GALLON RDF
ATTIX EC 12 GALLON AS/E
ATTIX 550-01/550-11 MOBIL/550-21/590-21
ATTIX 12 GALLON / ATTIX 12 GALLON RDF
ATTIX EC 12 GALLON AS/E
Contents
Symbols used to mark
instructions
...........................................................................................15
1 Important safety
instructions
...........................................................................................15
2 Description
2.1
2.2
Purpose ..............................................................................17
Operating elements ............................................................17
3 Before startingy
3.1
Assembling the vacuum cleaner ........................................17
4 Operation
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.1.3
Connections .......................................................................18
Connecting the suction hose ..............................................18
Electrical connection ..........................................................18
Connecting power tools1) ..................................................18
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
Switching on the vacuum cleaner.......................................18
Switch position "I" ...............................................................18
Switch position "auto"1) ......................................................18
Suction power control1) ......................................................19
5 Applications and
techniques
5.1 Techniques .........................................................................19
5.1.1 Picking up dry substances..................................................19
5.1.2 Picking up liquids................................................................19
6 After finishing work
6.1
Switching the vacuum cleaner off and storage...................20
7 Maintenance
7.1
7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.2.3
Maintenance plan ...............................................................20
Maintenance work ..............................................................21
Emptying the dirt tank.........................................................21
Replacing the filter bag.......................................................21
Replacing the filter element ................................................21
8 Troubleshooting
9 Further information
14
...........................................................................................22
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
Recycling the vacuum cleaner ...........................................23
Guarantee ..........................................................................23
Tests and approvals ...........................................................24
Technical data ....................................................................24
Accessories ........................................................................24
EC declaration of conformity ..............................................24
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ATTIX EC 12 GALLON AS/E
Symbols used to mark instructions
Safety instructions marked with
this symbol must be observed
to prevent danger to persons.
,
This symbol is used to mark
safety instructions that must be
observed to prevent damage
to the vacuum cleaner and its
performance.
This indicates tips and instructions to simplify work and to
ensure safe operation.
1 Important safety instructions
For your own safety
Risk of fire and explosion
The vacuum cleaner is suitable
for commercial use, e.g. in hotels, schools, hospitals, factories, shops, offices and rental
businesses.
Before using the vacuum cleaner, always read the operating
instructions and keep them
readily available.
Only allow the vacuum cleaner
to be used by persons who
have been trained in its use
and who have been explicitly
authorized to use it.
General
The use of the vacuum cleaner is subject to valid national
regulations.
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Option depending on model
Besides the operating instructions and the binding accident
prevention regulations valid in
the country of use, observe recognized regulations for safety
and proper use.
Do not use any unsafe work
techniques.
Hazardous dust
This vacuum cleaner is not suitable for removing hazardous
dust.
The following materials should
not be sucked into the vacuum
cleaner:
– hot materials (burning cigarettes, hot ashes, etc.)
– flammable, explosive, aggressive liquids (e.g. petrol,
solvents, acids, alkalis, etc.)
– flammable, explosive dusts
(e.g. magnesium or aluminium dust, etc.)
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Appliance socket
Use the socket on the vacuum
cleaner for the purpose defined
in the operating instructions
only.
Before plugging an appliance
into the appliance socket:
1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner
2. Switch off the appliance to
be connected.
CAUTION!
Follow the operating instructions and safety instructions for
appliances connected to the
appliance socket.
Transport
After sucking up water, do not
tilt the cleaner or transport it in
a horizontal position.
Before starting the vacuum
cleaner
Before starting the vacuum
cleaner, check that it is in
proper condition. Plugs and
couplings in power cords must
at least have splash protection.
Regularly check whether the
power cord is damaged or
shows signs of aging.
Before using the cleaner, ensure that the cover and power
cord are intact. (There is risk of
electrocution if they are damaged.)
Never use the vacuum cleaner
if the filter element is damaged.
During use
Do not damage the power cord
(e.g. by moving over it or pulling
or squeezing it).
Disconnect the power cord by
pulling the plug only (do not pull
or tug the power cord).
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CAUTION!
Before sucking in liquids, remove the filter bag and check the
performance of the floater (see
section 7.2.3).
If foam appears, stop
work immediately and empty
the tank.
Maintenance and repair
CAUTION!
Always pull out the mains
plug before cleaning and servicing the vacuum clea-ner.
Only carry out maintenance
work described in the operating
instructions.
CAUTION!
Use original Alto accessories
and parts only. The use of
other parts can adversely affect
safety.
CAUTION!
Do not make technical modifications to the vacuum cleaner.
They could endanger your
safety.
For further maintenance or repair work and the replacement
of a faulty power cord please
contact the Alto service department or an authorized Alto
workshop.
by the manufacturer or higher
quality ones (see section 9.4
"Technical data").
It is recommended that the
vacuum cleaner is connected
via a residual current circuit
breaker. This device stops the
supply of electricity if the leakage current to earth exceeds 30
mA for 30 ms or it has an earth
tester circuit.
When using an extension cord,
check the minimum cross-sections of the cable:
Cable length
m
up to 20
20 to 50
Cross section
mm2
1.5
2.5
Arrange the electrical parts
(sockets, plugs and couplings)
and lay down the extension
cord so that protection class is
maintained.
CAUTION!
Never spray water on to the
upper section of the vacuum
cleaner: danger for persons,
risk of short-circuiting.
Observe the latest edition of the
IEC regulations.
Electrical connections
Check the rated voltage of the
vacuum cleaner before connecting it to the mains supply
system. Ensure that the voltage
shown on the rating plate corresponds to the voltage of the
local mains power supply.
If you are using an extension
cord, use only those specified
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2 Description
2.1
Purpose
When used properly, the industrial vacuum cleaners described in these instructions are
suitable for sucking up dry, nonflammable dusts and liquids.
2.2
Operating elements
See fold-out page at front of
these operating instructions.
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
Handle
Suction tube fastener
Mounting for accessories
Appliance switch with suction power control1)
Retaining clamp
Dirt tank
Grip to empty tank
Inlet fitting
Appliance socket1)
Cable hook
3 Before starting
3.1
Assembling the
vacuum cleaner
1
1)
Option depending on model
1. The mains plug should not
yet be inserted into a socket.
2. Open the retaining clamps
(1) and remove upper section of the cleaner.
3. Take the accessories1) out of
the dirt tank and the pakkaging.
4. Place a filter bag into the
tank as described in the
instructions (printed on the
filter bag).
IMPORTANT!
Press the filter bag connection
firmly on to the inlet fitting.
5. Fit the upper section of the
cleaner (do not damage
the filter bag) and close the
retaining clamps.
NOTE!
Ensure that the retaining
clamps fit properly.
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4 Operation
1. Connect the suction hose.
4.1 Connections
4.1.1 Connecting the suction
hose
4.1.2 Electrical connection
4.1.3 Connecting power
tools1)
The operating voltage shown
on the rating plate must correspond to the voltage of the
mains power supply.
1. Ensure that the cleaner is
switched off.
To comply with regulations, only
approved dust producing tools
should be connected.
The maximum power consumption of the connected power tool
is stated in section 9.4 "Technical data".
1. Ensure that the power tool
is switched off.
2. Insert the power cord into a
properly installed and fused
socket with earthing contact.
2. Connect the power tool to
the appliance socket1) on the
control panel.
4.2
Switching on the
vacuum cleaner
4.2.1 Switch position "I"
1. Turn the switch to position
"I".
The vacuum cleaner motor
starts.
4.2.2 Switch position "auto"1)
1. Turn the switch to position
"auto"1).
The vacuum cleaner motor
starts when the connected
power tool is switched on.
CAUTION!
Before switching the switch
to position "auto", ensure
that the power tool connected to the appliance socket is
switched off.
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2. When the power tool is
switched off, the vacuum
cleaner continues to run for
a short moment so that any
dust in the suction hose is
conveyed to the filter bag.
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4.2.3 Suction power control1)
The motor speed and the suction power can be varied with
the suction power control1). This
allows precise adaptation of
the suction power for different
cleaning tasks.
5 Applications and techniques
5.1
Techniques
5.1.1 Picking up dry substances
If used correctly, additional accessories, suction nozzles and
suction hoses can enhance the
cleaning action and reduce the
cleaning effort.
Effective cleaning is achieved if
you follow just a few guidelines
in combination with your own
practical experience in special
fields.
CAUTION!
Do not pick up flammable
substances.
element is wet. A damp filter
element clogs more quickly
when dry substances are
picked up. For this reason the
filter element should be washed
and dried or replaced by a dry
element before dry substances
are picked up.
Before picking up dry substances, always ensure that a
filter bag is inserted in the tank
(see section 9.5 "Accessories"
for order number). Disposal of
the picked up material is then
simple and hygienic.
Here are some basic tips.
After picking up liquids, the filter
5.1.2 Picking up liquids
CAUTION!
Do not pick up flammable
liquids.
Always remove the filter bag
and check the floater before
picking up liquids (see section 7.2.3 "Replacing the filter
element").
The use of a separate filter element or filter screen is recommended.
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Option depending on model
If foam appears, stop work immediately and empty the tank.
To reduce the amount of foam,
use foam killer Alto Foam Stop
(see section 9.5 "Accessories"
for order number).
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6 After finishing work
6.1
Switching the vacuum
cleaner off and storage
1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner and pull the mains plug
out of the socket.
2. Wind up the power cord and
hang it on the handle.
3. Empty the tank and clean
the vacuum cleaner.
4. After picking up liquids:
Store the upper section of
the cleaner separately so
that the filter element can
dry.
5. Store the cleaner in a dry
room where it is protected
from unauthorized use.
7 Maintenance
7.1
Maintenance plan
After work
As required
7.2.1 Emptying the dirt tank
y
y
y
7.2.2 Replacing the filter bag
7.2.3 Replacing the filter element
7.2.4 Check suction hose and
accessories for clogging, clean if necessary
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7.2 Maintenance work
7.2.1 Emptying the dirt tank
Empty the dirt tank when vacuuming without a filter bag.
1. Remove the upper section
of the cleaner from the dirt
tank.
2. Hold the dirt tank at the grip
underneath the tank and tip
out the dirt.
3. Dispose of the dirt in accordance with legal regulations.
4. Clean the rim of the tank before fitting the upper section
of cleaner.
Before reinserting the suction
hose:
5. Clean the inlet fitting and
hose collar.
7.2.2 Replacing the filter bag
1. Remove the upper section
of cleaner from the dirt tank.
2. Carefully remove the filter
bag connection from the
inlet fitting.
3. Close the filter bag connection with the slide.
4. Dispose of the filter bag in
accordance with legal regulations.
5. Place a new filter bag into
the clean tank as described
in the instructions (printed
on the filter bag).
IMPORTANT!
Press the filter bag connection
firmly on to the inlet fitting.
7.2.3 Replacing the filter
element
3
2
1
1)
Option depending on model
1. Remove the upper section of
the cleaner from the dirt tank
and deposit with the filter
element facing upwards. Do
not place the upper section
of the cleaner on the guard
(1).
2. Turn the filter holder anticlockwise (2) and remove it (3).
3. Carefully remove the filter
element.
4. Clean the filter seal (4).
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5.
6.
4
7.
8.
9.
6
5
Check it for damage and
replace if necessary.
Check antistatic clamp (5)
for damage and have it
replaced by Alto Service if
necessary.
Check the floater (6) for
proper operation: When
you turn the filter holder, the
floater should move back
and forth easily.
Fit a new filter element.
Fit the filter holder and turn it
clockwise to secure it.
Dispose of the used filter
element in accordance with
legal regulations.
CAUTION!
Never use the vacuum cleaner without a filter.
8 Troubleshooting
Cause
Fault
‡
Motor does not start
Remedy
> Fuse in mains plug has
blown.
•
Reset the fuse.
> Overload protection switch
has tripped.
•
Switch off the vacuum cleaner and allow it to cool for
approx. 5 minutes. If it can
not be started again, contact
the Alto service department.
•
Have carbon brushes
changed by Alto Service.
> Self-acting carbon brush is
worn 1)
‡ Motor does not run in autonot connected properly.
matic mode1)
> Power tool is defective or
> The power rating of the electrical tool is too low.
•
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works or that the plug is
inserted correctly.
•
Note that minimum power
rating is P>40W
Check that the power tool
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Fault
‡ Reduced suction power
Cause
> Suction power selected with
suction power control1) is to
low.
> Clogged suction hose/nozzle.
> Seal/tank rim between the
upper section of the cleaner
and the dirt tank is dirty/defective.
> Filter bag is full.
> Filter element is clogged.
Remedy
·
·
·
·
·
‡ No suction power during wet
cleaning
> Tank is full (floater closes
the suction opening).
·
‡ Voltage fluctuations
> Impedance of power supply
is too high.
·
·
Set suction power in accordance with section 4.2.3.
"Suction power control".
Clean suction hose/nozzle.
Clean/replace seal.
See section 7.2.2 "Replacing the filter bag".
See section 4.3 "Cleaning
the filter element" and 7.2.3
"Replacing the filter element".
Switch off the cleaner.
Empty the tank.
Use a suitable extension
cord (see section 9.4 "Technical data").
Connect the cleaner to
another socket closer to
the fuse box. Voltage fluctuations over 7 % should
not occur if the impedance
at the transfer point is
≤ 0.15 Ω.
9 Further information
9.1
Recycling the vacuum
cleaner
Make the old cleaner unusable
immediately.
Contact your local authorities or
your nearest dealer for further
information.
1.
Unplug the cleaner and
cut the power cord.
The cleaner contains valuable
materials that should be recycled. Therefore, make use of
your local waste disposal site.
9.2
1)
Guarantee
Option depending on model
Our general conditions of business are applicable with regard
to the guarantee.
Subject to change as a result of
technical advances.
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9.3
9.4
Tests and approvals
Technical data
Voltage
Spannung
Mains frequency
Netzfrequenz
Power consumption
Leistungsaufnahme
Connected für
load for
Anschlusswert
1)
1)
appliance socket
Gerätesteckdose
GesamtanschlussTotal connected load/fuse
leistung/Absicherung
Volume flow
(air)
Volumenstrom
(Luft)
Vacuum
Unterdruck
Measuring surface
sound pressure
level measured at
a distance of 1 m,
ISO 3744
Schalldruckpegel
Operating noise
Arbeitsgeräusch
Power cord lengthLänge
Netzanschlussleitung
Power cord type Typ
Netzanschlussleitung
GB 230/240V
GB 110V
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Volt
Hz
Watt
230
50/60
1200
230
50/60
1200
230/240
50/60
1200
110
50/60
1200
120
60
1000
120
60
840
Watt
2400
1100
1800
560
-
600
Watt/A
3600/16
2300/10
3000/13
1760/16
1000/15
1440/15
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ATTIX 550-21
ATTIX 590-21
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12 GALLON
ATTIX 12 GALLON RDF
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max. l/min.
max. Pa
3600
23000
3600
23000
3600
23000
dB(A)
dB(A)
m
60
57
7,5 / 10,0(GB)
H05RR-F 3 x 0,75
I
60
57
7,5
SJTW-A
AWG 18/3
I
60
57
7,5
SJTW-A
AWG 14/3
I
IP X4
IP X4
IP X4
EN 50014-1
EN 50014-1
EN 50014-1
45
476
506
655
14
45
476
506
655
14
45
476
506
655
14
l
mm
mm
mm
kg
Accessories
Name
The vacuum cleaner has been
approved in accordance with
IEC/EN 60335-2-69.
CH, DK
Radio interference
suppression level
Funkentstörgrad
9.5
at regular intervals and after
repairs or modifications.
EU
Protection class
Schutzklasse
Type of protection
Schutzart
(splash water protected)
(spritzwassergeschützt)
Tank volume
Behältervolumen
Width
Breite
TiefeDepth
Height
Höhe
Weight
Gewicht
Electrical tests must be performed in accordance with the
provisions of safety regulations
(VBG4) and to DIN VDE 0701
Part 1 and Part 3. In accordance with DIN VDE 0702
these tests must be performed
EU Declaration of Conformity
Order No.
Filter bags (pack of 5)
302 000 527
Filter element
302 000 490
ALTO Deutschland GmbH
Guido-Oberdorfer-Straße 2-8
D-89287 Bellenberg
Alto Foam STOP (6 x 1l)
8469
Product:
Vacuum for wet and dry operation
Type:
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ATTIX 12 GALLON / ATTIX 12 GALLON RDF
ATTIX EC 12 GALLON AS/E
Description:
110/230-240 V~, 50/60 Hz
The design of the appliance corresponds to the following pertinent EC Machine Directive
98/37/EG
regulations:
EC Low-voltage Directive
73/23/EG
EC EMV Directive
89/336/EG
Applied harmonized standards:
EN 292-1, EN 292-2
EN 60335-1
EN 60335-2-69
EN 55014-1, EN 55014-2, EN 61000-3-2
Applied national standards and
technical specifications:
DIN EN 60335-1
DIN EN 60335-2-69
Dipl.-Ing. Wolfgang Nieuwkamp
Tests and approvals
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2310 Szigetszentmiklos-Lakihegy
Tel: +36 2447 5550
Fax: +36 2447 5551
E-mail: info@nilfisk-advance.hu
www.nilfisk-advance.hu
ITALY
Nilfisk-ALTO
Divisione di Nilfisk-Advance A/S
Località Novella Terza
26862 Guardamiglio (LO)
E-mail: d.puglia@nilfisk-advance.it
JAPAN
Nilfisk-Advance Inc.
247 Nippa-cho, Kouhoku-ku
Yokohama, 223-0057
Tel.: +8145 548 2571
Fax: +8145 548 2541
PORTUGAL
Nilfisk-ALTO
Division of Nilfisk-Advance Lda.
Sintra Business Park
Zona Industrial Da Abrunheira
Edificio 1, 1° A
P2710-089 Sintra
Tel.: +35 808 200 537
Fax: +35 121 911 2679
E-mail: mkt@nilfisk-advance.es
RUSSIA
Nilfisk-Advance LLC
Vyatskaya str. 27, bld. 7
127015 Moskow
Tel.: +7 495 783 96 02
Fax: +7 495 783 96 03
E-mail: info@nilfisk-advance.ru
SINGAPORE
Nilfisk-Advance Pte. Ltd.
Nilfisk-ALTO Division
40 Loyang Drive
Singapore 508961
Tel.: +65 6 759 9100
Fax: +65 6 759 9133
E-mail: sales@nilfisk-advance.com.sg
SPAIN
Nilfisk-ALTO
Division of Nilfisk-Advance S.A.
Torre D’Ara
Paseo del Rengle, 5 Pl. 10
08302 Mataró
Tel.: +3 4 902 200 201
Fax: +34 93 757 8020
E-mail: mkt@nilfisk-advance.es
SWEDEN
ALTO Sverige AB
Member of Nilfisk-Advance Group
Aminogatan 18, Box 4029
431 04 Mölndal
Tel.: +46 31 706 73 00
Fax: +46 31 706 @nilfisk-alto.se
www.nilfisk-alto.se
TAIWAN
Nilfisk-Advance Taiwan Branch
No. 5, Wan Fang Road
Taipei
Tel.: +886 227 002 268
Fax: +886 227 840 843
THAILAND
Nilfisk-Advance Co. Ltd.
89 Soi Chokechai-Ruammitr
Viphavadee-Rangsit Road
Layao, Jatuchak, Bangkok 10900
Tel.: +66 2 275 5630
Fax: +66 2 691 4079
TURKEY
Nilfisk-Advance Profesional Temizlik
Ekipmanlari Tic. A/S.
Necla Cad. NI.: 48
Yenisahra / Kadiköy
Istanbul
Tel.: +90 216 470 08 - 60
Fax: +90 216 470 08 - 63
www. nilfisk-advance.com
MALAYSIA
Nillfisk-Advance Sdn Bhd
Sd 14, Jalan KIP 11
Taman Perindustrian KIP
Sri Damansara
52200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel.: +60 3 603 6275 3120
Fax: +60 3 603 6274 6318
UNITED KINGDOM
Nilfisk-ALTO
Division of Nilfisk-Advance Ltd.
Bowerbank Way
Gilwilly Industrial Estate, Penrith
Cumbria CA11 9BQ
Tel.: +44 1 768 86 89 95
Fax: +44 1 768 86 47 13
E-mail: sales@nilfisk-alto.co.uk
www.nilfisk-alto.co.uk
NORWAY
Nilfisk-Advance AS
Bjørnerudveien 24
1266 Oslo
Tel.: +47 22 75 17 70
Fax: +47 22 75 17 71
E-mail: info@nilfisk-alto.no
www.nilfisk-alto.no
USA
Nilfisk-Advance Inc.
14600 21st Avenue North
Plymouth, MN 55447-3408
Tel.: +1 763 745 3500
Fax: +1 763 745 3718
E-mail: info@nilfisk-advance-us.com
www.advance-us.com
POLAND
Nilfisk-Advance Sp. Z.O.O.
05-800 Pruszków
ul. 3-go MAJA 8
Tel.: +48 22 738 37 50
Fax: +48 22 738 37 51
E-mail: info@nilfisk-alto.pl
www.nilfisk-alto.pl
VIETNAM
Nilfisk-Advance Representative Office
No. 46 Doc Ngu Str.
Ba Dinh Dist.
Hanoi
Tel.: +84 4 761 5642
Fax: +84 4 761 5643
E-mail: nilfisk@vnn.vn