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Air Compressor
PP10ND • PPH10ND • PP15ND • PPH15ND
Operating & Maintenance
Instructions
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SPECIFICATIONS
PP10ND
Part Number
Engine Type
WARNING!
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ALTER ENGINE SPEED SETTINGS
DOING SO WILL INVALIDATE YOUR GUARANTEE
Spare Parts and Service Contacts
For Spare Parts and Service, please contact your nearest dealer, or
CLARKE International, on one of the following numbers.
PARTS & SERVICE TEL: 020 8988 7400
PARTS & SERVICE FAX: 020 8558 3622
or e-mail as follows:
PARTS: Parts@clarkeinternational.com
SERVICE: Service@clarkeinternational.com
2090940
PPH10ND PP15ND
2090960
HONDA GX120 HONDA GX120
209080
HONDA GX200
PPH15ND
2090100
HONDA GX200
Pump Type
MK101
MK101
MK103
MK103
Air Receiver size
50 litres
50 litres
50 litres
50 litres
Max. output Pressure
100psi
100psi
100psi
100psi
Air Displacement
9cfm
9cfm
15cfm
15cfm
Outlet connectors
1/4” BSP
1/4” BSP
1/4” BSP
1/4” BSP
Dimensions (mm)
Weight (kg)
Sound Power Level
940x410x780 1010x450x780 940x410x810 1010x450x810
71
62
99dBLWA
99dBLWA
70
98dBLWA
74
98dBLWA
NOTE:
Specifications are correct at the time of going to press. Clarke International
reserves the right to change specifications at any time, as it sees fit, in the interests
of safety or improvement in design.
PARTS & SERVICE CONTACTS
If you have any problems using or setting up your Compressor
call the Clarke Helpline on,
020 8988 7400
Press 1 for Parts : 2 for Technical Assistance
Copyright: Clarke International, All rights reserved. June, 2002
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For Spare Parts and Service, please contact your nearest dealer, or CLARKE
International, on one of the following numbers.
PARTS & SERVICE TEL: 020 8988 7400
PARTS & SERVICE FAX: 020 8558 3622
or e-mail as follows:
PARTS: Parts@clarkeinternational.com
SERVICE: Service@clarkeinternational.com
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Read these safety instructions before using the equipment.
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing this Clarke portable compressor.
The unit is powered by a Honda engine, a manual for which,
is provided separately. Please refer to that manual for all
matters relating to the engine, ...starting and stopping
procedures, maintenance etc.
GUARANTEE
This product is guaranteed against faults in manufacture for 12 months
from purchase date. Please keep your receipt as proof of purchase.
This guarantee is invalid if the product has been abused or tampered
with in any way, or not used for the purpose for which it is intended.
The reason for return must be clearly stated.
This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
CONTENTS
Page
Guarantee ...................................................................................................................... 3
For your Own Safety ...................................................................................................... 4
Important General Notes .............................................................................................. 5
General Layout .............................................................................................................. 6
Preparation for Use ........................................................................................................ 7
Starting the Compressor ................................................................................................ 8
Shutting Down the Compressor .................................................................................... 9
Maintenance ................................................................................................................. 10
Parts Lists and Diagrams ............................................................................................. 11-13
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................. 14
Parts and Service Contacts ......................................................................................... 11
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................. 14
Specifications ................................................................................................................ 17
Parts and service Contacts .......................................................................................... 17
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FOR YOUR SAFETY
WARNING
As with all machinery, there are certain hazards involved with their operation and use.
Exercising respect and caution will considerably lessen the risk of personal injury.
However, if normal safety precautions are overlooked, or ignored, personal injury to
the operator, or damage to property may result.
It is in your own interest to read and pay attention to the following rules:
General Precautions
ALWAYS
• ensure that all individuals using the compressor have read and fully understand the
Operating Instructions supplied.
• stop the engine and ensure the pressure is expelled from the air receiver BEFORE carrying
out any maintenance.
• ensure that there is adequate ventilation when spraying flammable materials e.g.
cellulose paint, and keep clear of any possible source of ignition.
• protect yourself. Think carefully about any potential hazards which may be created by using
the air compressor and use the appropriate protection. e.g. Goggles will protect your eyes
from flying particles. Face masks will protect you against paint spray and/or fumes.
• consult paint manufacturers instructions for safety and usage, before spraying
• ensure that the air supply is turned off at the machine outlet and all pressurised air from
the machine and other equipment attached to it, is expelled BEFORE disconnecting air
hoses or other equipment.
• make sure that children and animals are kept well away from the compressor and any
equipment attached to it.
• ensure that any equipment or tool used in conjunction with your compressor, has a
safety working pressure exceeding that of the machine.
NEVER
• direct a jet of air at people or animals, and NEVER discharge compressed air against
the skin. COMPRESSED AIR CAN BE DANGEROUS!
• leave pressure in the receiver overnight, or when transporting.
• adjust, or tamper with the safety valves. The maximum pressure is factory set, and clearly
marked on the machine.
• operate in wet or damp conditions. Keep the machine dry at all times. Similarly, a clean
atmosphere will ensure efficient operation. Do not use in dusty or otherwise dirty locations.
• touch the machine until it has cooled down...some of the metal parts can become
quite hot during operation.
• operate your compressor with any guards removed.
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Compressor unit runs Large amount of condensation in
on and off load more air receiver.
frequently than usual. Leaks in control unit or inspection
cover.
Too little pressure differential.
Leaks in pipework system.
Compressor unit runs
‘on load’ when no air is
being used.
Compressor’s oil
consumption rising.
Adjust pressure switch.
Locate and repair leaks.
Too much oil in compressor.
Check oil level 2 or 2 minutes after
stopping.
Leaks around crank case.
Change seal and inspect
packing surfaces. Repair or
replace defective parts.
Working temperature of
Increase ventilation to air
compressor too high because of compressor.
insufficient cooling.
Oil in the air delivered.
Fire Prevention
Drain off condensation AT LEAST
once a week. Locate leaks (by
means of soapy water) and
repair.
Semi-automatic unit: Load too
small.
Convert to fully automatic
operation.
Cylinder worn.
Replace worn parts or send
compressor pump for an
overhaul.
Intake air filter blocked.
Change air filter.
Sump over full.
Reduce oil to correct level.
ALWAYS
•
switch the engine OFF when refuelling.
•
refuel away from any source of heat.
•
refuel in a well ventilated area.
NEVER
•
overfill the tank, fill to the level specified.
•
smoke whilst refuelling and avoid smoking or using a naked flame near the compressor.
•
start the engine if there is spilled fuel. Any spillage must be wiped clean and the
compressor allowed to dry before attempting to start the engine.
Exhaust Gas Precautions
ALWAYS
•
ensure there is adequate ventilation when using the compressor.
•
position the compressor so that the exhaust is pointed away from people or animals .
Cylinder worn.
Replace worn parts or send
compressor pump for an
overhaul.
Governor controlled unit running Convert to automatic control.
off load for too long a period.
Intake air filter blocked.
Change air filter.
Oil level rises although
no oil has been put in.
Condensation in oil pump.
Compressor over dimensioned.
Condensation at outlet
points.
Piping installation incorrect.
Consult your local dealer.
Compressor taking in air which is
too warm.
Obtain better fresh-air supply to
compressor.
Delivery temperature of air from
air receiver too high.
a)
Use a larger air receiver.
b)
Insert an aftercooler.
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!
NEVER
WARNING:
Exhaust fumes can be fatal
•
use the compressor indoors or in an enclosed area. (i.e. in a warehouse, tunnel, well,
hold etc.)
IMPORTANT General Notes
•
NEVER allow anyone, not fully familiar with compressors, to use this equipment.
•
DO NOT alter the engine settings....these settings are set at the factory. Should they
need recalibration - consult your Clarke dealer
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Suction rendered difficult or
Larger fresh-air inlet.
impossible at suction intake,
or the air being taken in is too
warm.
Fig.1
Unusual noise from
compressor.
Compressor
becomes too hot.
Pressure gauge defective.
Change pressure gauge.
Unit too small in relation to air
consumption.
Connect a supplementary
compressor or install a larger
model.
Compressor worn.
Have compressor overhauled or
replace it.
Bolts loose.
Tighten bolts.
Flywheel loose.
Tighten flywheel.
Unit installed on an unsuitable
base.
Move unit to a more solid base.
Bearings, piston rings or cylinder
worn.
Replace worn parts or change
compressor pump.
Valve broken.
Change valve parts.
Bearings of electric motor worn.
Have motor bearing replaced.
Insufficient ventilation.
See that sufficient air is supplied to
flywheel or fan of compressor and
that hot air is properly vented.
Oil level too low (check 2 or 3
times after stopping).
Fill with oil – see Page 10.
Wrong direction of rotation.
Cooling air from flywheel fan must
blow against compressor.
Fault in valves (machine not
stopping).
Check, clean/replace.
Blown head gasket (machine
not stopping).
Check and replace gasket.
Dirt on cooling fins or suction
filter.
Clean cooling fins and suction
filter.
Unit working at too high a
pressure.
Reset to correct working pressure
detailed on unit.
Not fully unloading (Governor
control machines only).
Check pressure unloading genie,
adjust if necessary, check
valve(s).
Non-return valve partly blocked. Clean or that out non return
valve.
Compressor being overworked
and running continuously.
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Connect to a supplementary
compressor or install a larger
model.
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART
PREPARATION FOR USE
IMPORTANT
1. Any remedial work that may be required must be carried out by a qualified engineer.
A. Environmental
•
Ensure the compressor is sited on a firm level surface.
3. Drain the Air Receiver before dismantling any part of the compressor unit’s pressure system.
•
Ensure the environment is dry and dust free.
4. If your compressor develops a fault do not use until the fault has been rectified.
•
2. Switch off the engine before removing any parts from the compressor.
5. For troubleshooting the engine, refer to the engine manual.
SYMPTOM
Engine difficult to
start
PROBABLE CAUSES
REMEDY
Load Genie leaking
(compressor unit is on load
during start).
Stop engine and empty air
receiver. Clean or replace
Load Genie
Non-return valve blocked,
possibly frozen up.
Thaw Load Genie out (Unit must
be installed in frost-free place).
Pressure switch defective.
Have pressure switch changed
by an electrician.
Pressure switch set at a
pressure higher than the
safety valve’s opening
pressure.
Adjust pressure switch or safety
valve.
Bleed valve under
pressure switch blows
whilst compressor is
not running.
Load Genie leaking.
Bleed valve under
pressure switch blows
whilst machine is
running.
Load Genie leaking.
WARNING: DO NOT ADJUST
SAFETY VALVE ABOVE MAXIMUM
WORKING PRESSURE DETAILED.
CleanLoad Genie or replace.
Air intake to compressor
b)
Cooling for compressor pump
c)
Engine exhaust gases.
B. Engine
Check oil and fuel levels and a visual check of components. Refer to engine service manual.
C. Pump
•
Compressor unit
constantly ‘on load’
Ensure there is adequate ventilation for:
a)
Check oil level on the Dipstick - to level marked.
D. Fuelling
!
Fill with unleaded petrol, according to the instructions within the engine manual.
•
Ensure the fuel tap is set to the required position.
•
Ensure The fuel hose and connectors are intact, in perfectly serviceable
condition and there is no leakage.
Note : Always use a funnel to fill the fuel tank so as to avoid accidental spillage of
fuel. If fuel is spilled it must be removed from the unit and surrounding area, before
attempting to start the engine.
E. Receiver
Clean Load Genie or
change pressure switch.
•
Drain off any condensate, by opening the drain cock (see Fig. 1). Remember
to close the cock when completed.
NOTE: This should be carried out DAILY when the compressor is in constant use.
Compressor constantly Suction filter blocked.
‘on load’ and cannot
Leak between compressor
attain the working
block and air receiver leaks in
pressure required.
or near air receiver.
Change filter.
F. Air Hose & Air Tool
Tighten connection and repair
leak.
•
NOTE: Quick fit nuts are provided. These may be removed if a 1/4”BSP is required.
Valves blocked by dirt, paint,
dust or choked up.
Clean or change valves.
Inspection cover or plug
leaking.
Empty air receiver and
change seal.
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Attach the air hose to the outlet using an appropriate connector.
•
Attach the air tool/spray gun to the air hose...If using snap couplings, use
a whip end, available from your Clarke dealer.
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STARTING THE COMPRESSOR
PUMP PARTS
Initial Start-up
1.
Fully open the receiver drain cock, (located between the wheels).
2.
Start the engine, according to the instructions contained in the engine service
manual, and allow to run for 10 minutes.
3.
After a ten minute period, close the drain cock then ensure both air outlet
sliding valves are pushed fully INWARDS to close the outlet.
Pressure will build up in the receiver and eventually the air governor will
operate so that the engine runs off load. The pressure registered on the pressure
gauge should be 100psi.
4.
Slide the outlet taps outwards to allow air to escape from the outlets, and
slowly turn the pressure regiulator clockwise. Observe the pressure gauge.
When the pressure has dropped by approx. 20psi, the regulator will cut in
again. Close the sliding outlet valves and pressure in the air receiver will once
again increase
5.
Finally, stop the engine and set the pressure regulator to zero pressure (turned
fully anticlockwise) and attach the air hose and air tool.
6.
Open the sliding valves then set the pressure regulator to full pressure and
check for air leaks at the tool and connectors.
•
•
If leaks are apparent, stop the engine and set the regulator to zero pressure
(fully anticlockwise), press the trigger of the tool to ensure no air is present
in the airline, then rectify the problem before proceeding.
If no leaks are evident, set the outlet pressure to the desired value and
proceed to use the air tool in accordance with the manufacturers
instructions.
Fig.2
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10ND
15ND
No.
Description
Part No.
Part No.
1
Screw
2
3
Lower Cover
Casing
014013054
113149015
014013054
113149015
4
5
Bearing
Seal
113167001
033027000
113167001
033027000
6
7
Front Cover
Screw
010053000
113149008
010053000
113149008
8
9
Flywheel
Washer
014013021
013160010
014013021
013160010
10
11
Screw
Screw
014005001
113160011
014005001
113160011
12
13
Washer
Rear Cover
014013082
014005025
014013082
014005025
14
15
Oil Dipstick
Screw
113149009
012036000
113149009
012036000
014010044
16
17
Crankshaft
Connecting Rod
18
19
Piston Ring Kit
Circlip
20
21
Gudgeon Pin
Piston
22
23
Complete Piston
Cylinder
24
25
Valve Holder Plate
Head
26
27
Filter Cartridge
Intake Filter
28
29
Screw
Conveyor
30
31
Screw
Complete Seal Kit
32
33
Manifold
Automatic Discharge Valve
014010044
113167003
113149004
213115002
015098000
113115025
113115026
413115026
113169002
413149080
113149050
017024000
317026000
014002041
113150002
014006121
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213168001
-
113167003
113150004
213167001
015023000
116025006
113164009
413167006
113167002
413167005
113150022
017003000
317001000
014002041
113150002
014006121
213167002
116091024
011158000
When starting subsequently, start the machine as follows:
PUMP PARTS
1.
At the beginning of the day, open the drain cock and allow any condensate
to drain completely, then close the cock.
2.
To ease starting, ensure there is no pressure in the pump outlet manifold by
opening the Bleed Valve (See Fig.2).
3.
Connect the air hose to one of the outlets and the air tool and set the pressure
regulator to zero pressure (turned fully anticlockwise).
4.
Start the engine in accordance with the instructions contained in the engine
service manual, then close the bleed valve and allow pressure to build up.
5.
When the the regulator/cut-out has operated, slide the outlet valve outwards
fully then adjust the pressure regulator so that the desired pressure is registered
on the gauge.
6.
Check for air leaks at the tool and connectors...as above, before proceeding
STOPPING THE COMPRESSOR
At the end of the day, stop the compressor in accordance with the instructions in
the engine manual, then open the drain cock.
Close the air outlet by sliding both valves inwards.
Operate the air tool trigger or operating lever etc., to ensure there is no pressure
in the air line, then disconnect airline and tool.
WARNING!
DO NOT under any circumstances attempt to remove the air tool or disconnect
the air hose until you are satisfied that the pressure has been relieved.
Finally, close the drain cock.
Take care not to touch the engine or pump as they remain hot for some time
after use.
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MAINTENANCE
PARTS LIST
PP10ND
PPH10ND
DAILY
a.
Drain Air Receiver of any condensate
b.
Check engine oil level and top up where necessary. Ensure the dipstick
breather hole is not blocked.
c.
Check pump oil level
HS17210-ZE0-822
HS17210-ZE1-822
HS17218-ZE0-821
HS17218-ZE1-821
HS98079-56846
HS98079-56846
1. HS28442-ZH8-003
1. HS28442-ZH8-003
2. HS28442-ZH8-003
2. HS28442-ZH8-003
3. HS28462-ZH8-003
3. HS28462-ZH8-003
`5100610
`5100610
2100177
2100177
50mm Pressure Gauge
2000175
2000175
Safety Valve Complete
2000180
2000180
Drain Cock
2000220
2000220
V-Belt
2100061
2100063
WEEKLY
a.
PP15ND
PPH15ND
Clean Pump Air Filter
1. PP10ND
Unscrew pump air filter from inlet manifold. Remove cover and check air
filter. Wash in warm soapy water if necessary, rinse thoroughly and replace
when completely dry. If it is damaged in any way, replace. Clean the
plastic housing thoroughly before reassembly.
2. PP15ND
Turn Pump Air Filter cover and pull away to reveal paper element. If badly
contaminated, replace. Remove any loose contaminants if any then
replace.
b.
Clean the engine cooling fins.
6 MONTHLY
Renew pump lubricating oil.
Fig.3
Drain pump by removing the drain
screw (Arrowed in Fig.3).
Replace screw and top up until oil is
level with the mark on the dipstick,
using SAE40 oil available from your
Clarke dealer as follows:
Compressor oil - 1 litre: Part No. 3050810
Compressor oil - 1 litre: Part No. 3050802
In addition to the above, check the engine manual for service
schedule.
Repairs should only be carried out by a qualified engineer. If problems
occur, contact your Clarke dealer.
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Wheel
2100289
2100289
Wheel Retaining Clip
2100306
2100306
Soft Rubber Foot
2100313
2100313
Pump Complete.
1390080 (MK101)
1390085 (MK103)
Pulley
2100085
2100084
Engine complete
800047 (GX120QH)
800055 (GX200QH)
Manifold 3-way
CBM45469000
CBM45469000
Air Receiver
1999705
1999705
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