electrafan 12 manual

electrafan 12 manual
Instruction manual
Bromyard Industrial Estate, Bromyard,
Herefordshire, HR7 4HS, UK
Tel: + 44 (0) 1885 482397
Fax: + 44 (0) 1885 483043
E-mail: [email protected]
URL: http://www.micron.co.uk
CONTENTS
Page
Description ............................................................................................................................... 1
Safety ....................................................................................................................................... 2
Operator protection .................................................................................................................. 3
Preparing for spraying .............................................................................................................. 4
Mixing, filling and calibration .................................................................................................. 5
Before spraying ........................................................................................................................ 9
To start spraying ..................................................................................................................... 10
To stop spraying - at the end of each spray pass .................................................................... 10
To stop spraying - at the end of the spraying operation .......................................................... 10
After spraying ......................................................................................................................... 11
Diagram .................................................................................................................................. 12
Parts list .................................................................................................................................. 13
Troubleshooting ..................................................................................................................... 14
Storage ................................................................................................................................... 15
To clean atomiser assembly ................................................................................................... 15
To clean feed nozzle ............................................................................................................... 15
To service motor and switch .................................................................................................. 16
The battery ............................................................................................................................. 16
DESCRIPTION
The ELECTRAFAN 12 is a light air-assisted hand-held spinning disc Controlled
Droplet Application (CDA) sprayer. It is powered by a 12 volt DC battery, with Micron’s rechargeable battery giving about 1½ hours spraying before recharging is required. The sprayer is designed for intermittent use. The sprayer with a full spray
bottle weighs 3.25 kg, and the Micron battery weighs 6.6 kg. An electric motor spins
the atomiser disc to produce uniformly small droplets which are carried to the target
by the airstream generated by the fan. Liquid is fed by gravity. The ELECTRAFAN
12 is designed primarily for the foliar application of insecticides and fungicides in
glasshouses and polytunnels of both water-based mixtures (e.g. ECs, WPs) at 20 to
40 litres/hectare total spray volume and Ultra-Low Volume (ULV) formulations. It is
also used to apply public health insecticides, for applying vaccines to poultry and for
insect control on livestock and in animal housing. When using the ELECTRAFAN
12 in an enclosed/confined space a full face shield and respirator must be worn (see
‘OPERATOR PROTECTION’).
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OPTIONAL EXTRAS
Micron offer an optional 12 volt DC rechargeable battery and special safety recharger. It is a sealed lead acid 17Ah (amp hour) battery fitted into a nylon case with
a shoulder strap. An in-line 10 amp anti-surge fuse is fitted (see ‘THE BATTERY’).
SAFETY
Using agrochemicals is a hazardous process, particularly in enclosed areas.
Operators should comply with all relevant legislation and/or regulations governing
the use of agrochemicals and must use appropriate personal protective equipment
(see ‘OPERATOR PROTECTION’).
Never use the ELECTRAFAN 12 in
potentially explosive atmospheres or spray flammable liquid through it.
The ELECTRAFAN 12 can be used with most conventional insecticides and
fungicides, as well as specific ULV formulations (only available in some countries)
which reduce risks in mixing and filling.
Always read the product label carefully to
discover:approved applications
maximum dose rates
maximum number of treatments
operator protection required
necessary environmental protection
measures
N.B. ‘Dose rate’ refers to the amount of chemical product applied per hectare.
Never eat, drink, or smoke when working with agrochemicals. After using
agrochemicals or handling equipment wash your hands thoroughly. Keep people
(especially children) and animals out of areas being sprayed.
Always store agrochemicals safely to protect people and animals, and to safeguard
the environment (take special care to avoid water pollution). See spraying sections
for guidelines on safe use of the ELECTRAFAN 12 in operation.
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OPERATOR PROTECTION
Always wear the protective clothing items listed on the product label for mixing and
filling. The minimum protective clothing required for spraying with the ELECTRAFAN 12 is:
face shield
respirator
rubber gloves and boots
long sleeved shirt
long trousers
Note:
a)
Acoustic information: the sound pressure level at the operator’s ear is 84 dB
(A). Using the machine in an enclosed/confined space may cause this level to
increase by up to 6 dB(A). The sound power level of the machine is 87 dB
(A).
The wearing of suitable ear defenders is recommended when using this machine.
b)
Vibration: the weighted RMS acceleration value at the hands when using this
machine is 6.3 m/sec².
Always disconnect the sprayer from the battery before servicing or following
‘TROUBLESHOOTING’ procedures.
Never touch the edge of the atomiser disc.
Never insert anything through the fan guard with the machine connected to the battery.
Never wear loose clothing, e.g. scarves and ties, or any item which could be drawn
into the fan.
Check the sprayer cable frequently for cuts, abrasions and damage. A faulty cable
must be replaced.
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PREPARING FOR SPRAYING
Before connecting to the battery, check by hand that the atomiser assembly and fan
rotate freely by turning the atomiser assembly in an anti-clockwise direction. (Do
not touch the edge of the atomiser disc). If they are not free to rotate do not attempt
to start the sprayer but contact your supplier or Service Department at Micron.
Plug the sprayer into the battery and switch on to check smooth running of the atomiser disc and fan.
The sprayer must only be used at the rated voltage. The machine must be switched
off in the event of power interruption.
N.B. Before spraying for the first time with the ELECTRAFAN 12, sprayer operation must be checked using only water (see ‘BEFORE SPRAYING’).
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MIXING, FILLING AND CALIBRATION
Mixing and filling is generally the most hazardous process in the spraying operation.
Always follow the label instructions. Always use a funnel when filling the bottle.
Only mix enough spray for the area to be treated if using water-based mixtures to
avoid the need for disposal of unused spray mix.
Always wear gloves when handling
agrochemicals and equipment.
Always use the correct equipment
when mixing and measuring.
Always wash off any skin
contamination
Always clean all equipment after
use.
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ULV FORMULATIONS
ULV formulations will have full instructions for use on the label.
WATER MISCIBLE PRODUCTS
Traditional water miscible insecticides and fungicides are usually applied with the
ELECTRAFAN 12 at 40 litres total spray volume per hectare. Most insecticides can
be used at 20 litres/hectare but fungicides may require around 40 litres/hectare. For
example, if the label recommends applying a minimum of 2 litres of insecticide
product made up to 100 litres of water per hectare with a conventional sprayer, use 2
litres of product made up to 20 litres for application with the ELECTRAFAN 12, i.e.
a spray mix concentration of 10%.
Do not use product concentrations greater than the maximum recommended on the
label (unless specific training or recommendations have been given) if the label:
a) specifically prohibits use of ‘Reduced Volumes’ i.e. increased concentrations;
b) has a statutory requirement for use of personal protective equipment when using
the diluted product at high volumes (N.B. this will appear in the statutory box on
the label); or
c) carries one of the following hazard ratings: ‘very toxic’, ‘toxic’ or ‘corrosive’ or
carries the warning ‘risk of serious damage to the eyes’.
Micron do not generally recommend using spray mixes more than ten times the
maximum concentration recommended for high volume application. At high
concentrations some products can be phytotoxic to crops. Thus, if in doubt, first
spray a small test area. Do not use more than the minimum recommended label
dosage rate i.e. where the label recommendation gives a range of dose rates of, for
example, 2 to 3 litres/hectare use no more than 2 litres/hectare. The safest product
and lower dose rate appropriate for the treatment should be used at all times.
To prepare the spray mix with water miscible products select the dose rate of product
to be applied per hectare (from the product label) and mix in a suitable container.
Examples of mixing spray - for 1 hectare (for 2,000m² i.e. 0.1ha, divide quantities by
10):
a) insecticide:
2 litres
add water:
+18 litres
Total volume:
20 litres
i.e. 1 part insecticide : 9 parts water
b) fungicide:
4 litres
add water:
+36 litres
Total volume:
40 litres
i.e. 1 part fungicide : 9 parts water
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CALIBRATION
The workrate when using the ELECTRAFAN 12 will be dependent on the particular
situation. In glasshouses/polytunnels it will depend on the type of crop being treated
and the row spacing. In crops such as vegetables and flowers it will generally take
around 45 minutes to spray an area of 1,000m² (1/10 of a hectare). It will often be
necessary to spray crops from both sides of the row to ensure adequate penetration
and even coverage e.g. when foliage is dense, when the crop height exceeds 0.75m or
when planting beds are over 2m wide. The objective is to apply an even spray cover
to all target surfaces so it is very important for the operator to carefully direct the
spray at all areas to be treated e.g. if spraying a crop the ELECTRAFAN 12 should
be moved gently up and down along the height of the crop (with the machine held to
the side and slightly behind the operator’s direction of travel). Practice spraying without any spray mix in the bottle - to see what sort of walking speed is practical.
The table below indictes the relationship between spray volume, flow rate and
walking speed for the ELECTRAFAN 12 as per the following formulae:
a)
Formula for calculating required flow rate:Flow rate = 6 x spray pass interval x total spray volume x walking speed
(ml/min)
(m)
(l/ha)
(m/s)
b)
Formula to calculate the volume applied from a known flow rate:Measured flow rate (ml/min)
x 10 = spray volume (l/ha)
Area sprayed in one minute (m²)
The following table is a guide to liquid flow rates through various feed nozzles:
Feed nozzle
Flow rate (ml/min)
(orifice diameter marked
in mm on nozzle)
Water
Oil (7mm²/sec viscosity)
0.9
23
18
1.1 (fitted)
55
40
1.3
63
46
1.4
85
50
1.6
105
56
2.0
N/A
77
N.B. Liquid flow rates should always be measured with the actual spray mix.
Do not use flow rates over 110 ml/min.
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To check the flow rate wear the appropriate protective clothing. Choose and fit the
feed nozzle that is likely to be required (see ‘TO CLEAN FEED NOZZLE’ for fitting
instructions). Fill the bottle with the spray mix, attach to the sprayer (avoiding spillage) and then turn the sprayer over above a suitable container (N.B. do not switch on
the sprayer). Wait until the liquid flow is steady and then allow the liquid to flow
into a measuring container for one minute and measure the volume dispensed. If the
flow rate is very different from that required change the feed nozzle and repeat the
above procedure. If the flow rate is close to that required adjust walking speed.
Example: Required spray volume = 30 l/ha; Spray pass interval = 2m
Flow rate measured = 85 ml/min
Walking speed (m/s) =
=
Flow rate (ml/min)
6 x spray pass interval (m) x total spray volume (l/ha)
85
6 x 2 x 30
= 0.24 m/sec
i.e. 0.24 m/s or 14.4 m in one minute (0.24 x 60)
Mark out a distance of 14.4 m and practice walking it in one minute using the sprayer
as during the operation (see ‘BEFORE SPRAYING’).
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BEFORE SPRAYING
ALWAYS:
wear the recommended protective clothing (see ‘OPERATION PROTECTION’).
plan a spray route before spraying so that the operator walks away from the
treated area.
work towards an exit point.
hold the ELECTRAFAN 12 so that it is spraying to the side and slightly behind
the operator’s direction of travel.
keep the spray head well away from the body to avoid the risk of direct contamination by the spray.
check the condition of the battery before the spraying operation (if possible the
day before so that there is time to recharge the battery if required).
Resting position
Spraying position
Before spraying for the first time use water only to check the operation of the
sprayer. Put some clean water in the bottle and add a small amount of detergent and
screw it into the bottle holder. When fitting the bottle into the bottle holder tighten
fully and then unscrew by 1/4 of a turn. If this is not done the airbleed may be
blocked causing liquid feed to stop. Check for leaks. Switch on the sprayer with the
bottle below the atomiser disc and then turn the sprayer over so that the bottle is
above the atomiser disc (spray liquid will then flow through the feed nozzle onto the
atomiser disc). This is the spraying position, and spray will immediately be emitted.
Start walking as soon as the sprayer has been turned over. Practice using the sprayer
by walking along a few metres and then stopping spraying (see ‘TO STOP SPRAYING’).
The ELECTRAFAN 12 produces small droplets which are barely visible in normal
conditions. To check the sprayer output switch on, turn the sprayer into the spraying
position and direct the spray onto a suitable surface such as a pane of glass or painted
surface for a few seconds. A liquid film or mass of small droplets will be seen.
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TO START SPRAYING
Carrying the ELECTRAFAN 12 in the resting position, move to the planned starting
point of the spray operation. Then connect the sprayer to the battery and, with the
sprayer still in the resting position, switch on the sprayer to check the smooth running
of both the atomiser disc and fan (never touch the atomiser disc when spinning).
Then turn over the sprayer into the spraying position, pointing it at the target and start
walking immediately.
Always hold the ELECTRAFAN 12 slightly to the rear so that the operator walks
away from the spray. Always move the machine smoothly to ensure a steady airstream to carry the spray droplets to the target. When the bottle is empty mark the
position where spraying stopped and restart spraying from this point. Do not walk
through any part of the sprayed area.
Stop spraying if you hear the motor beginning to slow down. This usually means that
the battery is running down (see ‘THE BATTERY’). When the motor slows the
droplets produced become larger which may reduce product efficacy and in crop
situations may cause leaf spotting on sensitive plants.
TO STOP SPRAYING - AT THE END OF EACH SPRAY PASS
At the end of each spray pass turn the sprayer over into the resting position (with the
bottle underneath the atomiser disc) to stop the liquid flow, then switch off the
sprayer. Move to the start of the next spray pass and start spraying again.
Resting position
Spraying position
TO STOP SPRAYING - AT THE END OF THE SPRAY OPERATION
When spraying is finished spray out any remaining spray mix if using water-based
mixtures N.B. ULV formulations can be stored for future use. Make sure that all the
spray liquid is ejected from the atomiser disc when the bottle is empty by keeping the
motor running for a few seconds. Then switch the sprayer off.
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AFTER SPRAYING
1.
Dispose of any surplus spray mix according to the product label. Store products safely, locked up and out of the reach of children.
2.
It is essential to clean the sprayer and bottle thoroughly after use. If using water-based mixtures a water and detergent mix should be put in the bottle,
swilled around, and then sprayed out onto the treated area. If using ULV formulations use kerosene (do not use water and detergent) for cleaning out the
sprayer. The sprayer should be wiped down externally using a cloth. Periodically clean the atomiser assembly (see ‘TO CLEAN ATOMISER ASSEMBLY’).
3.
After working with agrochemicals, or handling spraying equipment, always
thoroughly wash hands and exposed skin. All protective clothing should be
washed and stored separately from other clothing. Contaminated gloves
should be washed inside and out.
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70
72
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ELECTRAFAN 12 PARTS DIAGRAM
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ELECTRAFAN 12 PARTS LIST
Item
No.
Description
Part No.
Qty.
Item
No.
Description
Part No.
Qty.
1
Label plate
T/4103
1
35
Screw, D/E 2.BA x 1 -5/8”
T/5128
3
2
Motor housing with handles
T/A4104
1
36
Screw, D/E 2.BA x 2 -5/8”
T/5129
1
3
Hand grip
T/4109
2
37
Nut, 1/4” BF, nyloc
T/5132
1
4
Circular fan guard
T/4111
2
38
Nut, 4.BA, lock, brass
T/5151
3
5
Cap, plastic
7063
6
39
Nut, 2.BA
T/5136
5
6
Switch bracket
T/4129
1
40
Washer, 4.BA brass, large
T/5205
1
7
Label - spray direction
T/4145
1
41
Spacer No. 6 x 0.270” x 20 G, S/S
T/5211
6
8
Outer guard ring assembly
T/B4159
1
42
Washer, 2.BA x 3/8” o.d.
T/5221
5
9
Motor assembly 12 volt
T/A4501
1
43
Washer, 6mm
T/5225
2
10
Fan end cover moulding
T/4506
1
44
Washer, DC spring 4.BA
T/5234
1
11
Bottle holder and feed line assembly
T/A4507
1
45
Washer, Lock ext 2.BA
T/5253
6
12
Extension tube and bearing
T/A4509
1
46
Nut, 6.BA
T/5272
1
13
Atomiser support
T/4511
1
47
Rollpin 3/32” x 1/2”
T/5304
1
14
Atomiser back plate with nozzle holder
T/A4512
1
48
Bead 9/16” plastic
T/5309
3
15
Fan, 23 x 10
T/4513
1
49
Crimp connector, 2.BA (blue)
T/6015
1
16
Atomiser bearing cover
T/4514
1
50
Crimp connector, 1.BA (red)
T/6017
1
17
Atomiser disc - front plate
T/4515
1
51
Cable tie
T/6031
1
18
Atomiser collector plate
T/4516
1
52
Cable, 2 core - 0.5M
T/6041-0.5M
1
19
Atomiser retainer nut
T/4517
1
53
Cable, 2 core - 1.5M
T/6041-1.5M
1
20
Chemical feed tube (65mm)
T/4518-65mm
1
54
Switch connector lead
T/A6042
1
21
Feed nozzle - 0.9mm
T/4519-0.9mm 1
55
Switch
T/6043
1
Feed nozzle - 1.1mm
T/4519-1.1mm 1
56
Off/on label
T/6061
1
Feed nozzle - 1.3mm
T/4519-1.3mm 1
57
Switch cover
T/6062
1
Feed nozzle - 1.4mm
T/4519-1.4mm 1
58
Battery pouch
T/6099
1
Feed nozzle - 1.6mm
T/4519-1.6mm 1
59
Battery charger (UK plug)
T/6101
1
Feed nozzle - 2.0mm
T/4519-2.0mm 1
59
Battery charger (European plug)
6046
1
22
Atomiser drive shaft
T/4520
1
60
Battery, 12 volt DC rechargeable (17Ah)
T/6102
1
23
Machine identification label
8677
1
61
In-line connector (male)
T/6103
1
24
Motor brush
T/4804
2
62
In-line connector (female)
T/6104
1
25
Atomiser assembly
T/A4827
1
63
Fuse, 12.5 Amp, 1/4 x 1 1/4” (T)
6759
1
26
Atomiser extension assembly
T/A4828
1
64
Cable gland
T/6110
1
27
Bottle with cap, 1 litre
5265A
1
65
Electric connector block
T/6113
1
28
Fuse holder, in-line, 20 Amp
7526
1
66
‘O’ ring (BS 043)
T/6118
1
29
Screw, No. 6 x 1/4” S/T
4988
2
67
Slinger
T/6119
1
30
Screw, No. 4 x 5/8” S/T
4677
2
68
Cable tie (medium)
6018
1
31
Screw, No. 10 x 1 -1/2” S/T
T/5007
3
69
Atomiser cover
T/2018
1
32
Screw, 4.BA x 1/4” brass roundhead
T/5114
3
70
Bottle Cap—Black
3216
1
Snap ring, internal bore 13mm
T/A4509
1
71
Cork Washer
5353
1
Screw, 2.BA x 1 -1/2”
Bolt, 6.BA x 1/2” roundhead
T/5115
T/5124
1
1
72
73
Bottle Cap—Black
Crimp Butt Terminal Blue
4489
T -6033
1
1
33
34
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TROUBLESHOOTING
FAULT CHECKING CHART
Problem
Procedure
Motor fails to start
1. Switch
Check switch is in ON position.
2. Battery run down
Test battery with a voltmeter or a suitably wired 12 volt bulb.
Recharge if necessary ensuring battery fuse is not blown (see
‘THE BATTERY’).
3. Loose battery connections
Check that all connections are clean and secure (battery
terminals, plug connector) and that the battery is fully charged.
4. Blown fuse
If the battery is fully charged, check the 10amp anti-surge fuse
inside carrying case near the plug connector socket.
5. Stiff or seized motor
Atomiser assembly should be free to turn in an anti-clockwise
direction. Some friction from motor brushes is normal but if it is
difficult to turn by hand contact your supplier or Service
Department at Micron.
6. Faulty switch, internal wiring or
motor
Contact your supplier or Service Department at Micron.
Motor runs slowly
1. Battery run down
Test battery with a voltmeter or a suitably wired 12 volt bulb.
Recharge if necessary (see ‘THE BATTERY’).
2. Friction in atomiser assembly or
motor
Atomiser assembly should be free to turn in an anti-clockwise
direction. Some friction from motor brushes is normal but if it is
difficult to turn by hand contact your supplier or Service
Department at Micron.
3. Poor electrical connections
Check systematically all external wiring and connections,
especially in plugs and battery.
4.
Worn or defective switch
contacts
Contact your supplier or Service Department at Micron.
5. Defective motor armature
Contact your supplier or Service Department at Micron.
Fails to spray, chemical dribbling
from air bleed hole in feed line
1. Blocked feed line
Remove the spray bottle. Remove and clean feed nozzle (see
‘TO CLEAN FEED NOZZLE’).
Intermittent spraying
1. Blocked air bleed in feed line
Remove the spray bottle and clean threads on the bottle and in
the neck of the feed line. When fitting the bottle into the bottle
holder tighten fully and then unscrew by 1/4 of a turn. If this is
not done the airbleed may be blocked causing liquid feed to stop.
Check the air bleed hole is clear.
Intermittent spraying and
excessive contamination of fan
and fan guard with repeated
blocking of feed nozzle
1. Blocked atomiser assembly
Remove the spray bottle. Remove and clean atomiser assembly
and feed nozzle (see ‘TO CLEAN ATOMISER ASSEMBLY’
and ‘TO CLEAN FEED NOZZLE’).
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STORAGE
Before storing the ELECTRAFAN 12 for long periods clean the fan guard with a
small brush to remove any deposits and wipe the metal components with an oily rag
to help combat corrosion.
Store the sprayer in a clean dry place away from direct sunlight. The battery should
be recharged and stored in a cool dry place.
TO CLEAN ATOMISER ASSEMBLY
Always disconnect the sprayer from the battery before servicing.
Hold the fan by inserting a pencil or similar between the guard rings near the nameplate. Remove the atomiser spindle nut by turning clockwise when facing the atomiser assembly (left hand thread). If the nut is tight loosen using pliers. Pull off the
atomiser assembly, soak in paraffin, preferably overnight, then drain and dry.
Alternatively, dismantle the atomiser assembly by releasing the 3 clamp screws and
nuts. Clean carefully. When re-assembling be certain to replace the two spacer
washers on each screw before re-fitting the stainless steel rear collector disc.
Check that the bearing cover is in place, then place the atomiser assembly on the
shaft, followed by the atomiser spindle nut (left hand thread). To tighten hold the fan
as above, turn the nut anti-clockwise until finger tight, then rotate the atomiser assembly anti-clockwise. Do not overtighten.
TO CLEAN FEED NOZZLE
Remove the atomiser assembly as above. Remove the bearing cover from the shaft.
To do this it may be necessary to tilt the bearing cover so that there is clearance between the outer diameter of the bearing cover and the feed nozzle.
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Unscrew the feed nozzle using a 6 B.A. or 5 mm AF spanner and clean carefully with
a soft wire, e.g. fuse wire. Clean the feed line with a pipe cleaner. Re-fit the feed
nozzle. Before re-fitting the atomiser assembly, screw on a spray bottle filled with
either kerosene when using ULV formulations or water and detergent when using water-based sprays and check for free liquid flow. Re-fit the bearing cover and the atomiser assembly, and tighten as previously described.
TO SERVICE MOTOR AND SWITCH
(Only to be carried out by qualified Service Engineers)
Proceed as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove handle caps and guard retainer screws.
Remove outer fan guard and circular guard ring.
Remove fan and inner guard.
Remove fan drive pin (tight push in), slinger and washer.
Remove switch cover (two retainer screws near fan shaft). Note position of large
‘O’ ring and ensure this is re-fitted to the motor housing before re-assembly.
6. Gently pull switch cover clear of the fan shaft and move to one side to expose motor brushes, switch and internal wiring.
N.B. Replacement brushes for the motor are available from Micron. If the armature
or bearings need replacing, a new motor will be required.
When re-assembling:
1. Reverse the above procedure.
2. Make sure the fan drive pin is located in the grooves in the fan hub. This prevents
the fan shaft from rotating when the fan nut is tightened.
THE BATTERY
The Micron battery supplied is a Yuasa NP valve regulated lead acid sealed maintenance free 17Ah (amp hour) 12V D.C. non-spillable type. Do not check electrolyte
specific gravity or add water, which will permanently damage the battery. Over discharging will also damage the battery thus recharge as soon as possible after use.
When charging the battery using the recharger supplied, connect the recharger leads
to the battery terminals (after unplugging the ELECTRAFAN 12 from the battery)
and then switch on at the mains. If the ELECTRAFAN 12 is used with other 12V
D.C. batteries or rechargers consult the manufacturer for recharging information.
The special safety recharger supplied by Micron will avoid accidental overcharging
of the Micron battery.
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Name of manufacturer or supplier:
Micron Sprayers Ltd.
Full postal address:
Bromyard Industrial Estate,
BROMYARD, Herefordshire
Country of origin:
England
Post code:
HR7 4HS
Description of Product:
Battery powered, hand-held
agricultural spraying
machine.
Name and model number of machine:
ELECTRAFAN 12
Place of Issue:
Bromyard, England
Name of authorised representative:
G. S. Povey
Position of authorised Representative:
Joint Managing Director
DECLARATION:
I declare that as the authorised Representative, the above information
in relation to the supply/manufacture of this product is in conformity
with the requirements of the Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and
complies with the relevant essential health and safety requirements.
Signature of authorised Representative:
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