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Table of Contents
1 DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT .............................................................................................................................
1.1 Usage and Purpose-oriented Use ........................................................................................................
1.2 Safety Measures .......................................................................................................................
1.3 Conformity .............................................................................................................................
1.4 Designation of the Product ................................................................................................................
1.4.1 Technical Data ......................................................................................................................
1.5 Equipment and Accessories ................................................................................................................
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2 SAFETY RULES ....................................................................................................................................................... 7
2.1 Explanation of the Symbols and Indications .................................................................................... 7
2.2 Obligations of the Owner ................................................................................................................ 7
2.3 Obligations of the Worker ................................................................................................................ 7
2.4 Measures of Organisation ................................................................................................................ 8
2.5 Information about Safety Precautions ............................................................................................. 8
2.6 Instructions for the Staff ................................................................................................................ 8
2.7 Dangers while Handling the Machine ............................................................................................ 8
2.8 Maintenance, Inspection and Repair .............................................................................................. 9
2.9 Dangers caused by Electric Energy ............................................................................................... 9
2.9.1 Danger of being burnt by Heating Element and Welding Area ................................... 9
2.9.2 Danger of Suqeezing by Guideways ............................................................................... 9
2.10 Structural Modifications on the Machine ...................................................................................... 10
2.11 Cleaning the Machine ................................................................................................................ 10
2.12 Warranty and Liability ................................................................................................................ 10
3 FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION .......................................................................................................................... 11
4 OPERATING AND INDICATING ELEMENTS .................................................................................................. 12
4.1 Elements at the Front ................................................................................................................ 12
4.2 Elements at the back ................................................................................................................ 13
5 STARTING AND OPERATING .......................................................................................................................... 14
5.2 Welding process ................................................................................................................ 15
6 WELDING LOG AND TABLES .......................................................................................................................... 18
6.1 Table for PP ....................................................................................................................... 18
6.2 Table for PVDF .................................................................................................................. 18
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7 MAINTENANCE I STORAGE / TRANSPORT ................................................................................
7.1 Maintenance ..........................................................................................................................
7.2 Storage ..............................................................................................................................
7.3 Transport ..........................................................................................................................
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8 ELECTRIC DIAGRAMS ........................................................................................................................................ 20
9 SPARE PARTS LISTS ............................................................................................................................................. 21
9.1 Basic Machine .......................................................................................................................... 21
9.2 Heating Element .......................................................................................................................... 24
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1 Description of Product
This chapter gives important basic information about the product and its purpose-oriented use. In
addition, all technical details of the machine are arranged clearly.
1.1 Usage and Purpose-oriented Use
The WeldTech 75 has been designed for heating element socket welding of pipes and fittings made out
of PE, PP and PVDF with their outside diameter range going from 20 - 75 mm.
The motion necessary for socket welding is controlled by a transport wheel and a rack. All use of this
machine going beyond is not purpose-oriented.
The manufacturer is not responsible for damages caused by inexpert handling or operation. Only the
user is responsible for damages resulting herefrom.
Also part of the purpose oriented use is
• Respecting all the indications of the working instructions and
• Performing the inspection and maintenance works.
1.2 Safety Measures
In case of wrong use, wrong operation or wrong maintenance, the machine itself or products standing
nearby can be damaged or destroyed.
Persons being in the endangered area may be injured.
Therefore these working instructions have to be thouroughly read and the corresponding safety
regulations must be necessarily adhered to.
1.3 Conformity
The machine corresponds in its construction to the valid recommendations of the European Community
as well as to the according European standard specifications. The development, manufacturing and
mounting of the machine were made very carefully.
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1.4. Desingnation of Product
The product is designated by a sign at the frame.
It contains the type of the machine, the serial number and the year of construction.
1.4.1. Technical Data
1.4.1.1. WeldTech 75 General Data
Material:
Diameter:
transport box (LxBxH):
PP, PEHD, PVDF, PB
Poutside = 20- 75
450x300x365 (mm)
Weight (without case):
Fuse protection:
30 kg
0.416
- the sound intensity level is below 70 dB (A)
Emissions:
- when using the named pipe materials and when welding
below 260° C no toxicant damp arises.
- keep the workshop clean ! (especially the welding area must
be clean)
Enviroment:
- do not weld below 5° C, if necessary heat-up before welding
- avoid humidity, if necessary put up a tent
- avoid strong sun beams
- if it is windy shut the pipe ends
1.4.1.2. Heatinq Element:
Power:
Voltage:
Current:
Wire cross section:
Frequency:
Elements:
Weight:
630 Watt
110V (+- 10%)
5,4 A (+- 10%)
1,5 mm2
60 Hz
- elektronic temperature control
- Control lamp
- Connection cabel whith shock proof plug
Appr.2 kg
Stock numbers for component parts see spare parts list”
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1.5 Equipment and Accessories
Following accessories are part of the first delivery:
Allan key size 3; 5
2x
2x
1x
6x
1x
(radial adjustment of heating element; screwing in and out the
clamping
elements)
Allan key with T-grip size 6; 5
(removing the basic body and the heating element)
Socket spanner size 10
(for attaching the heating sockets and spigots)
Clamping devices for pipes 0 20 - 40 mm
Clamping devices for pipes 0 50 - 75 mm
(1 set already mounted)
Screw driver
Following optional accessories are available on request:
Table support with guide groove for heating element when being removed from the machine.
Fork wrench size 22; 24 (adjusting nut; counter nut)
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2 Safety Rules
The base for the safe handling and the fault-free operation of this machine is the knowledge of the basic
safety indications and rules.
• These working instructions contain the most important indications to run the machine safely.
• The safety indications are to be followed by all persons working on the machine.
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2.1 Explanation of the Symbols and Indications
In the working instructions, following denominations and signs are used for dangers:
This symbol means a possible danger for the life and the health of persons.
• The non-respect of these indications may have heavy consequences for the
health.
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This symbol means a possible dangerous situation.
• The non-respect of these indications may cause light injuries or damages on
goods.
This symbol gives important indications for the proper use of the machine.
• The non-respect of these indications may conduct to misfunctions and damages
on the machine or on goods in the surrounding.
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Under this symbol you get user tips and particularly useful information.
• It is a help for using all the functions on your machine in an optimal way and
helps you to make the job easier.
The regulations for the prevention of accidents are valid (UVV)
2.2 Obligations of the Owner
The owner is obliged only to let persons work at the machine, who
• Know about basic safety and accident prevention rules and are instructed in the handling of
the machine, as well as who
• Have read and understood the safety chapter of this manual and certify this by their signature.
• The safety-conscious working of the staff has to be checked in regular intervals.
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2.3 Obligations of the Worker
All persons who are to work at the machine are obliged before working:
• To follow the basic safety and accident protection rules
• To have read and understood the safety chapter and the warnings in this manual and to
confirm by their signature that they have well understood them.
• To inform themselves about the functions of the machine before using it.
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2.4 Measures of Organisation
• All equipment required for personal safety is to be provided by the owner.
• All available safety equipment is to be inspected regularly.
2.5 Information about Safety Precautions
• The working instructions have to be permanently kept at the place of use of the machine. They
are to be at the operator’s disposal at any time and without effort.
• In addition to the manual, the common valid and the local accident protection rules and
regulations for the environmental protection must be available and followed.
• All safety and danger indications on the machine have to be in a clear readable condition.
• Every time the machine changes hands or is being rent to third persons, the working
instructions are to be sent along with and their importance is to be emphasized.
2.6 Instructions for the Staff
• Only skilled and trained persons are allowed to work at the machine.
• It must be clearly defined who is responsible for transport, mounting and dismounting,
starting the operation, setting and tooling, operation, maintenance and inspection, repair and
dismounting.
• A person who is being trained may only work at the machine under supervision of an
experienced person.
2.7 Dangers while Handling the Machine
The machine WeldTech 75 is constructed according to the latest technical standard and the
acknowledged technical safety rules.
However, dangers for the operator or other persons standing nearby may occur. Also material damages
are possible.
The machine should only be used
• According to the purpose oriented usage
• In safety technical impeccable status.
Disturbances, which may affect the safety of the machine must be cleared immediately.
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2.8 Maintenance, Inspection and Repair
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All maintenance and repair works have to be basically performed with the machine
in off position. During this the machine has to be secured against unintentional
switching on.
Prescribed maintenance and inspection works should be performed in time. The
DVS gives the advice of inspection works after 1 year.
For machines with a specially high usage percentage the testing cycle should be
shortened.
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The works should be performed at SIMTECH or by an authorized partner.
2.9 Dangers caused by Electric Energy
Only skilled persons are allowed to work at electrical appliances.
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• The electrical equipment of the machine has to be checked regularly. Loose
connections and damaged cables have to be replaced immediately
• If works at alive parts are necessary, a second person has to be present who can
disconnect the machine in emergency cases.
• The heating element is to be protected from rain and dropping water. If need be
use a welding tent.
• According to VDE 0100, the use on construction sites is only allowed with a
power distributor with a FI-safety switch.
2.9.1 Danger of being burnt by Heating Element and Welding Area
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You can burn parts of your body and inflammable materials can also be ignited !
The heating element is heated up to more than 260°C !
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Do not touch the surfaces of the heating element.
Do not leave the heating element unsupervised.
Take enough safety distance to inflammable materials.
Do wear safety gloves.
2.9.2 Danger of Sugeezing by Guideways
There is a danger of serious injuries: on the one hand between the inner clamping
devices and on the other hand between the outer clamping device and the end of
the guideway.
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• Do not put hands between clamped pipe ends.
• Do not touch the guideways.
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2.10 Structural Modifications on the Machine
• No modifications, extensions or reconstructions may be made on the machine without
permission of the manufacturer.
• Machine parts which are not in a perfect condition are to be replaced immediately.
• Only use original WIDOS spare and wear parts.
• In case of purchase orders please always state the machine and version number !
2.11 Cleaning the Machine
The used materials and tissues are to be handled and disposed of properly, especially
• When cleaning with solvents
• When lubricating with oil and grease
2.12 Warranty and Liability
Fundamentally our “General Sales and Delivery Conditions” are valid.
They are at the owner’s disposal latest when signing the contract.
Guarantee and liability demands referring to personal injuries or damages on objects are excluded if
they are caused by one or several of the following reasons:
• Not using the machine according to the prescriptions
• Inexpert transport, mounting, starting, operating and maintenance of the machine
• Running the machine with defective or not orderly mounted safety appliances
• Ignoring the indications given in this manual
• Structural modifications on the machine without permission
• Unsatisfactory checking of parts of the machine, which are worn out
• Repairs performed in an inexpert way
• In case of catastrophes and force majeure.
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3 Functional Description
Basically, the international and national standard specifications have to be followed.
First of all, the two workpieces to be welded are put into the clamping device, the fitting is clamped at
the stop of the clamping device.
Then the zero offset is effected and the pipe can be clamped in such a way that both workpieces can
be heated up to welding temperature at the same time (heat-up time) by means of a socket- or spigotshaped heating element.
After swinging out the heating element (change-over time), the workpieces are joined (cooling time).
The pipe end, heating element and fitting socket are to match each other in size in such a way that a
joining pressure will build up during joining.
After expiration of the cooling time, the welded joint can be unclamped, the welding process is finished.
Picture 1 shows the principle of the welding method
Picture 1: Principle of heating element socket welding
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4 Operating and Indicating Elements
4.1 Elements at the Front
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10
11
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Denomination/Function
Clamping device for pipe
Heating socket
Heating spigot
Clamping device for fitting
Turning handle for fixing; fixing the slide in a position
Handwheel for fitting clamping device
Fixing cnob for middle position; detent for zero position which ensures a simultaneous
heating up of pipe and fitting
Knurled screw with end stop for insertion depth
Handle bar for heating element
Handle for slide; both slides open l close
Handwheel for pipe clamping device
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4.2 Elements at the back
No.
12
Denomination
Control lamp red
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15
16
Control cnob
Switch on/off
Cylinder head screw M6x35
Cylinder head screw M4x20
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Function
• There are 3 different states:
• off: signal showing that the heating element is
not heated up at the moment or that it is cooling.
• blinking: the heating element temperature is
maintained by a pulse-position ratio.
• on: signal showing that the heating element is
heated up at the moment. The nominal
temperature is not yet reached.
• Setting the temperature of the heating element
• Lightens as soon as the heating element is switched on
• Releasing the attachement of the heating element
• Radial adjustment of the heating element
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5. Starting and Operating
The statements of this chapter should help you operate the machine. It also should lead you tostart the
machine appropriately.
This comprises:
• Operating the machine safely
• Making use of the possibilities offered
• Running the machine economically
5.1.Starting
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The machine may be operated by trained and authorized persons only. For
qualification a plastic welder examination according to DVS and DVGW can be
taken. If dangers occur unplug the machine immediately
After completion of the welding work and during breaks the machine is to be
switched off and the legitimacy card is to be removed. Furthermore, you have to
make sure that no unauthorized persons have access to the machine.
Protect the machine from wetness and moisture ! For working at the building site
use a current distributor with a FI-security protective switch.
• Screw the cleaned and grease-free socket and spigot of the required diameter onto the heating
element, heating spigot right-hand I heating socket left-hand, (use the special cylinder head
screw, the pressure spring, washer and hexagon nut according to the illustration).
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• Screw on the prismatic clamping tools which correspond to the diameter range (on the righthand side there must be the fitting stops to clamp the fitting).
• Connect the heating element to the power supply system (110 V 160 Hz).
• Environment: do not weld below 5° C, if necessary heat up before welding avoid humidity, if
necessary put up a tent
• In case of ambient temperatures under 5° C the following measures have to be taken: If need
be, put up a welding tent and heat up the pipe ends.
• Take measures against rain, wind and dust.
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5.2 Welding process
Basically, the valid welding regulations (ISO/CEN/DVS...) are to be observed. Do wear safety
gloves as protection against burning !
• A stop-watch is to be available in order to be able to register the actual times for heating up
and cooling.
• A welding table is to be available from which you can read the parameters that are prescribed
by the welding regulations for the pipe dimension to be welded.
• The heating element socket / spigot are to be clean and, above all, free from grease.
• Therefore they are to be cleaned with non-fraying paper and detergent (e.g. PE-cleaner) before
every welding or if they are dirty.
The nonstick coating of the heating element must remain undamaged in the working area.
• In addition, the workpieces (fitting and pipe) to be welded must be clean. If need be, clean
them with detergent and non-fraying paper.
• The pipe end is to be chamfered to appr. 15°.
• Switch on the heating element and adjust the necessary welding temperature at the adjusting
screw at the handle.
• If the control lamp blinks, the nominal temperature has been reached and is maintained by a
defined pulse-position ratio.
• Take the values for heating time, change over time and cooling time from the table.
• Press the fitting in the right-hand clamping device onto the stop and clamp it tightly.
Picture 2: Clamping device for fitting
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• Open the machine, press the fixing cnob (see point 4.1 No. 7) and keep it pressed, close the
machine until it reaches the stop (zero position). If need be, secure the position by means of the
turning handle for fixing (see point 4.1 No.5).
• Insert the chamfered pipe so that the end face is adjacent to the fitting. Pipe
Fitting
Picture 3: Positioning the pipes towards the fitting
• Clamp the pipe tightly.
• If need be, compensate the horizontal mismatch:
The position of the heating element can be adjusted at the screw (see point 4.2 No.16).
The heating element is not fixed after swinging in and remains movable to the top. For this
reason, a vertical mismatch compensation is not necessary.
In addition, the horizontal mismatch can be compensated by loosening the counter nut
and adjusting at the adjusting nut.
Picture 4
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• If need be, loosen the turning handle for fixing (see point 4.1 No. 5) and open the slide by
means of the handle.
• Set the diameter to be processed at the limit stop for insertion depth.
• Swing in the heating element which has been brought to temperature (control lamp is
blinking).
• Close the machine slowly and with low force onto the limit stop of socket and spigot (pipe
and fitting must touch the socket / spigot simultaneously).
Insertion depth at heating spigot Picture 5
• Press the stop watch. After expiration of the heating time, the change over time starts: open the
machine quickly, swing out the heating element and close immediately the machine slowly
and with low force up to the limit stop (change over time).
• Now, the cooling time starts. After expiration of the cooling time, the welding process is
finished, the pieces can be unclamped and removed.
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6. Welding Log and Tables
Standard values for heating element socket welding of pipeline components at an ambient temperature
of 20°C and at a moderate air flow. Welding temperature for all methods: 255°C - 270°C
6.1 Table for PP
DVS 2207-11
Maximum
Insertion Time Change Over
Time
Pipe
OD
OD
SDR11
(Inches)
(MM)
(sec)
3/8”
16
½”
Cooling Time
Clamped
Cooling Time
(sec)
(sec)
(min)
5
4
6
2
20
5
4
6
2
¾”
25
7
4
10
2
1”
32
8
6
10
4
1¼”
40
12
6
20
4
1½”
50
18
6
20
4
2”
63
24
8
30
6
2½”
75
30
8
30
6
3”
90
40
8
40
6
4”
110
50
10
50
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6.2 Table for PVDF
DVS 2207-15
Maximum
Insertion Time Change Over
Time
Pipe
18
OD
OD
SDR21
(Inches)
(MM)
(sec)
3/8”
16
½”
Cooling Time
Clamped
Cooling Time
(sec)
(sec)
(min)
4
4
6
2
20
6
4
6
2
¾”
25
8
4
6
2
1”
32
10
4
12
4
1¼”
40
12
4
12
4
1½”
50
18
4
12
4
2”
63
20
6
18
6
2½”
75
22
6
18
6
3”
90
25
6
18
6
4”
110
30
6
24
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7 Maintenance / Storage / Transport
7.1 Maintenance
• Replace defective parts immediately, be especially carefull with electric parts - dirt and
wetness are good current conducters.
• Use original SIMTECH spare parts only.
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Prescribed maintenance and inspection works have to be carried out in time.
According to DVS, inspection works are recommended after 1 year.
At machines which are used more than average, the inspection cycle should be
shortened.
The works have to be performed at the WIDOS company or at an authorized
partner.
7.2 Storage
• Keep the guide rods, toothed rods, toothed wheel and trapezoid spindle free from dirt and
covered with a thin oilfilm.
• Cover the machine during non-use.
• Store dry.
7.3 Transport
The machine is transported in a steel carrying case.
• Take care that the cable of the heating element is not squeezed.
Protect the machine from heavy vibrations and shocks. Make sure that the box cover is
correctly locked.
• Handle the machine carefully.
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8 Electric Diagrams
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9 Spare Parts lists
Heat in g elem ent compl et e
9.1 Basic Machine
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9.1 Basic Machine
Pos.
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6
7
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Name
Basic unit
Slide, left-hand
Slide, right-hand
Shaft
Disc M 10 DIN 125
Hexagon screw M10x20 DIN 933
Prismatic clamping device for pipe OD 20-40 left-hand
Piece
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
Order no.
371003
370102
370101
370104
0125J
0933J020
370723
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Prismatic clamping device for pipe OD 50-75 left-hand
Prismatic clamping device for pipe OD 20-40 right-hand
2
2
370727
370724
9
10
11
12
13
Prismatic clamping device for pipe OD 50-75 right-hand
Guide block, right-hand
Guide block, left-hand
Flat-head screw M8x25 DIN 7991
Straight pin D4m6x20 DIN 6325
Prismatic clamping device for fitting OD 20-40 left-hand
2
2
2
12
16
1
370728
371705
371706
7991H025
6325D020
370721
14
Prismatic clamping device for fitting OD 50-75 left-hand
Prismatic clamping device for fitting OD 20-40 right-hand
1
1
370725
370722
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Prismatic clamping device for fitting OD 50-75 right-hand
Shaft for guide block
Cylinder head screw M10x20 DIN 7984
Rod for guide of prismatic clamping device
Bush
Adjusting screw for mismatch compensation
Trapezoidale thread nut
Snap ring 14 DIN 471
Handw heel
1
2
4
2
4
2
4
2
2
370726
371711
7984J020
371708
371712
370710
370713
0471N
BH028
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24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Grub screw M5x6 DIN 915
Trans miss ion shaft w ith pin
Gear rack, upside m=1
Gear rack, below m=1
Bushing for grip
Grip
Ball handle C30 DIN 319
Grub screw M6x8 DIN 915
Snap ring 10 DIN 471
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
0915E006
371009
371015
371016
370118
370119
0319C30
0915F008
0471J
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Limit stop
Flat-head screw M5x10 DIN 7991
Shaft for diameter adjustment
Ball for locking D 4762
Pressure spring for ball
Grub screw M6x10 DIN 913
Snap ring 25 DIN 472
Cylinder head screw M4x12 DIN 912
Tooth lock washer DIN 6797
Counter nut M20x1,5
Toothed gear m=1 t=21
Feather key A 4x12 DIN 6885
Lock nut M8x16 DIN 7965
Pressure block
Handle BD 908
Fork
Steel sheet
Arrest stop
Cylinder head screw M5x16 DIN 912
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371013
7991E010
371014
on request
on request
0913F010
0471Y
0912D012
6797D
on request
370117
6885D012
7965H016
on request
on request
371004
371005
371006
0912E016
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Heating plate
Holder for sensor NTC
Sensor NTC
Transition piece (insulation)
Connection piece
Cylinder head screw M6x50 DIN 912
Cylinder head screw M4x20 DIN 912
Housing for control
Temperature control GZ 4
Triac for EZ4 w ith heat sink
Cap of housing
Connection cable
Cylinder head screw for Socket, spigot
Disc M6 DIN 125
Hexagon nut M6 DIN 934
Grip bar
Disc
Handle GN 539-23-M10
Cylinder head screw M5x20 DIN 912
Disc M5 DIN 125
Spacer plate
Guide rocker
Stop strip
Cylinder head screw M3x12 DIN 912
Hexagon nut M4 DIN 934
Cylinder head screw M4x20 DIN 912
Cylinder head screw M6x35 DIN 912
Socket w ith ball bearing
Distance bolt
Guide shaft
Pendulum strip
Strip for screws
Cylinder head screw M5x20 DIN 912
Cylinder head screw M5x20 DIN 912
Cylinder head screw M6x40 DIN 912
Insulating ring (teflon) for heating element
Pressure spring
Spigot, socket, green OD 20-75*
Spigot, socket, silverstone OD 20-75*
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HP0075E
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H0908
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091 2F050
0912D020
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H0908220
H09081
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0125F
0934F
371512
371513
101033
091 2E020
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371511
371506
371519
0912C012
0934D
0912D020
091 2F035
on request
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371505
371508
371507
091 2E020
091 2E020
091 2F040
H09091
150121
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Simtech Industrial Products, Inc.
47-A Runway Road, Levittown, PA 19057
Phone: 215-547-0444 Fax: 215-547-9129
E-mail: info@SimtechUSA.com
Web site: www.SimtechUSA.com
WARRANTY
Simtech Industrial Products, Inc. products are warranted to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for one (1) year from date of
shipment. No claim shall be permitted under this warranty unless Buyer gives Simtech Industrial Products, Inc. written notice of all respects in
which Buyer claims the product to be defective. Notice must be received within ten (10) days from the date which the Buyer discovers, or should
have discovered the defect. Buyer shall give Simtech Industrial Products, Inc. a reasonable opportunity to inspect the product after notice has been
given. This warranty shall not apply to any products or components, which have been subjected to abnormal use, negligence or accident.
Seller’s sole obligation under this warranty shall be limited solely on the repair or replacement, as elected by Simtech Industrial Products, Inc., of
defective or nonconforming material. To the maximum extent permitted by law, Buyer irrevocably waives all claims for money damages relating
to the condition, use and performance of the goods purchased. In no event shall Simtech Industrial Products, Inc. liability exceed the purchase
price of the product sold by Simtech Industrial Products, Inc.
In no event, whether because of a breach of warranty or representation or any other cause, whether based upon contract, tort, warranty or
otherwise, arising out of the performance or nonperformance by seller of its obligations under this agreement or with respect to the products sold
pursuant here to; shall seller be liable for lost earnings, income or profits or indirect, incidental, liquidated or consequential damages.
The implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose except as set forth in this warranty, express or implied, are hereby
disclaimed and excluded. Nothing shall be construed as an additional warranty unless specifically designated as such in writing and signed by
Simtech Industrial Products, Inc.
Simtech Industrial Products, Inc. reserves the right, in its discretion, at any time and from time to time, to make changes to any specification, data
or information contained herein.
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