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Operating Manual
BDC 1216
MAN-BDC-1216-EN
Blastrac B.V.
Utrechthaven 12
3433 PN Nieuwegein
THE NETHERLANDS
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Technical data
Safety instructions
Nieuwegein
General
Transport
Initial operation
Operation
Maintenance
Electrical systems
Fault diagnosis
Spare parts
Design and specifications are subject to
change without notice - September 2007
BDC 1216
Operating Manual
Technical Data
Contents Chapter 1
1.1 Rating
1.2 Unit specifications
1.3 Operative range and correct usage
1.4 Stand-by power supply
1.5 Machine type designation
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Technical Data
1.1 Rating
Unit / designation:
Blastrac Dust collector
Machine type:
BDC 1216
Manufacturer:
Blastrac BV
Utrechthaven 12
NL-3433PN Nieuwegein
THE NETHERLANDS
1.2 Unit specifications
Technical data
Dust collector
Power consumption Motor
power (with 2 turbines)
Input current
Motor power (with 2 turbines)
BDC 1216
1600
W
max.
10 A
Connected loads
230 V, 50Hz, 16A fuse
Dust hose connection
50 mm Ø
Dust hose length
10 m
Filter surface
1,50 m²
Dedusting interval
Manual
Airflow
312 m³/h
Connected loads (electrical system):
The indicated input current values correspond to the nominal current
values of the motors working under full load. These values are not
achieved under normal operating conditions.
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Dimensions:
Dust collector BDC 1216
Length
Width
Height
Weight
570
640
1000
34
mm
mm
mm
kg
1.3 Operative range and correct usage
The dust collector BDC 1216 is exclusively designed
to be used with Blastrac machines. It is only allowed
to vacuum dry dust. The manufacturer will not be
liable for damage resulting from such incorrect
usage. In these cases the user assumes all risks.
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1.4 Stand-by power supply (Generator)
If the dust collector BDC 1216 is operated using a
generator, this generator must be operated in
accordance with the current VDE directives (this
applies to the protective earth conductor in
particular) in order to ensure that all safety devices
are functioning and to eliminate possible damage to
electrical components.
1.5 Machine type designation
BDC 1216
Blastrac Dust Collector
(1) single phase
(2) motors
(16) 1.6 kW
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Contents Chapter 2
2.1 Warnings and symbols
2.2 Organisational measures
2.3 Personnel selection and qualification
2.4 Safety precautions applicable to normal operation
2.5 Special work within the scope of use of the dust collector and
maintenance activities as well as repairs during operation
2.6 Safety off position
2.7 Particular dangerous aspects of the equipment
2.8 Safety regulations Electric
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2.1 Warnings and symbols
The following denominations and symbols are used in the Operating
Instructions to highlight areas of particular importance:
Symbol of operational safety.
In these Operating Instructions this symbol will be
shown next to all safety precautions that are to be
taken in order to ensure prevention to life and injury.
Follow these instructions and take special care in
these circumstances. In addition to these
instructions, the general safety precautions and
accident prevention guidelines are also to be
followed.
Particular details regarding the economical use of
the dust collector.
Information, instructions and restrictions with regard
to possible risks to persons or to extensive material
damages.
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Warning against dangerous voltages.
Indications relating to protective devices in electrical
appliances.
Indications
where
consultation
with
manufacturer of the dust collector is required.
the
Instructions relating to periodical checks.
Reference to important instructions contained in the
Operating Instructions.
2.2 Organisational measures
The Operating Instructions are to be kept near the location
where the dust collector is located and must be within reach at
all times!
In addition to the Operating Instructions general and legal regulations
regarding accident prevention and environmental protection must be
complied with and indicated!
Such duties may for example relate to the handling of hazardous
substances or to the provision and wearing of personal protection
equipment as well as compliance with traffic regulations.
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Safety advice
The Operating Instructions must be supplemented by instructions
including the duty to supervise and report relating to particular
working practices, for example work organisation, work procedures
and personnel allocation.
Personnel entrusted with working with the dust collector must
have read the Operating Instructions before starting work, in
particular the Safety Instructions chapter. To read these instructions
during work is too late. This particularly applies to incidental activities
such as setting up the equipment, carrying out maintenance work or
training staff to work with the dust collector.
From time to time the working practices of the staff are to be checked
regarding awareness of safety and hazards.
Personnel must tie back long hair and not wear loose clothing or
jewellery including rings. There is a risk of injury through getting stuck
or being drawn into moving machinery.
Use personnel protection equipment if necessary or required by
regulations! Take notice of all safety and hazard notices on the
dust collector!
All safety and hazard notices at or on the dust collector must be
kept complete and legible!
If safety-critical changes occur to the dust collector or its working
method, the dust collector must be shut down immediately! The
cause of the fault must be established immediately!
Changes, add-ons or conversions to the dust collector which might
impair safety must not be undertaken without the manufacturer's
permission!
This applies in particular to the fitting and adjustment of safety
devices as well as to welding on load-bearing parts.
Spare parts must comply with the technical requirements specified by
the manufacturer. This is always guaranteed if original spare parts
are used.
Intervals for recurring checks and inspections specified in these
Operating Instructions must be complied with!
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To perform maintenance work correctly it is imperative to be equipped
with the proper tools for the task in question.
The location and the operation of fire extinguishers must be made
known on each building site!
Take note of the facilities for reporting and fighting fires!
2.3 Personnel selection and qualification
Fundamental duties :
Work on the dust collector may only be undertaken by reliable
personnel.
Only trained personnel may be deployed. Note the statutory
minimum age! Specify clearly the responsibilities of personnel for
operation, setting up, servicing and maintenance work!
Make sure that only authorised personnel operate or work on the
dust collector!
Define responsibilities of the equipment operator also regarding to
traffic safety regulations and empower him to decline instructions
from third parties which are not complying with the safety
requirements!
Personnel being trained or made acquainted with the equipment may
only be deployed on the dust collector under constant
supervision of an experienced person!
2.4 Safety precautions applicable to normal operation
Ban any method of working that impairs safety!
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Only operate the dust collector when all safety devices and
related safety equipment, e.g. detachable safety devices,
emergency stops, sound insulations and suction devices are
present and operational!
Check the dust collector visually for any damage and defects at
least once a day!
In the event of operational malfunctions the dust collector must be
shut down immediately and secured! The faults must be
immediately rectified!
Secure the work area around the dust collector in public areas
providing a safety distance of at least 2 m from the dust collector.
Before switching on the dust collector make sure that no-one can be
endangered when the dust collector starts up!
Do not switch off or remove the exhaust and ventilation devices when
the dust collector is running!
All persons in the proximity of the dust collector, when it is working,
must wear safety glasses with lateral protection and safety shoes.
The operator is obliged to wear close-fitting protective clothing.
Use only extension cable for extending the main cable that are
sized and marked in accordance with the overall power
consumption of the machine and the valid VDE guidelines.
2.5
Special work within the scope of use of the dust collector
and maintenance activities as well as repairs during
operation
Mechanical servicing work:
Put the machine in the Safety off position as described in chapter
2.6 for any servicing work on the machine in order to prevent the
machine from being switched on accidentally.
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Please follow any special safety instructions in the various chapters
on servicing the machine.
See chapter 7.
Adjustment, servicing and inspection work and time limits
specified in these Operating Instructions as well as any information
on the replacement of parts and equipment must be undertaken
and/or complied with!
These activities may only be undertaken by qualified personnel.
Do not use any aggressive cleaning materials!
Use lint-free cleaning cloths!
Always tighten any screw connections that are undone during
servicing and maintenance work!
If safety devices need to be taken off or dismantled during service
and repair, these safety devices must be reinstalled and inspected
immediately after completion of the servicing and repair work.
Make sure that process materials and replaced parts are
disposed of safety and in an environmentally-friendly manner!
Electrical servicing work:
Make sure that electrical components used for replacement purposes
comply with the original parts and are correctly adjusted if necessary.
Regarding the safety advice see also chapter 2.8 "Safety regulations
electric".
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2.6 Safety off position
Definition:
The dust collector is in a safe condition when it cannot generate any
hazard.
Putting the equipment in the Safety off position means:
ˆ
Switch off the dust collector.
ˆ
Wait for standstill of all drives.
ˆ
Pull out mains plug.
2.7 Particular dangerous aspects of the equipment
Any dust collector, if it is not used according the regulations,
may be hazardous for operating, setting-up and service
personnel. The operating authority is responsible for compliance
with the safety regulations during operation and maintenance of
safety devices supplied with the dust collector as well as the
provision of appropriate additional safety devices!
2.8 Safety regulations Electric
Work on electrical equipment or operating materials may only be
undertaken by a skilled electrician or by trained persons under
the guidance and supervision of a skilled electrician as well as
in accordance with the electrical engineering regulations.
Use only extension cable for extending the main cable that are
sized and marked in accordance with the overall power
consumption of the machine and the valid VDE guidelines.
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The electrical equipment for the plant must be inspected regularly.
Please note in particular the specified recurring inspections
according VBG 4. Defects such as loose connections or scorched
cables must be rectified immediately. Call a skilled electrician or
our Customer Services.
A second person must be at side in order to unplug or to control the
emergency stops if maintenance or repair requires working on live
parts.
The work area must be blocked off using a red and white safety
chain and a danger sign. Use a tool that is insulated against
voltages.
Only start work once you are familiar with the electrical engineering
regulations that apply to your area.
Only use voltage seekers that comply with the regulations when
troubleshooting. From time to time check voltage seekers to ensure
that they are operationally efficient.
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General
Contents Chapter 3
3.1 Operating Manual
3.2 Care and maintenance
3.3 Scope of supply
3.4 Description
3.5 Control box
3.6 The suction air system
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3.1 Operating Manual
This manual has been written to support the operating personnel on
learning the functioning of the dust collector and to guarantee
optimum operation and maintenance.
Therefore it is important that all persons operating and
maintaining the dust collector read this manual carefully and
understand it fully.
The supplied dust collector has been manufactured for being
employed in the user’s country. All descriptions and notes have been
formulated in the language of the user’s country or in English in
accordance with the statutory regulations, or shown as pictograms. If
the customer deploys personnel with little knowledge of the language
of the user’s country, appropriate instruction and training must be
provided.
Before using the dust collector personnel must be familiar with
how to operate the machine, with all important components, with
the method of working and with its dimensions.
Blastrac offers a course on the use of the dust collector in order to
make the operating and maintenance personnel familiar with all
elements of the dust collector.
Initial commissioning of the dust collector must be carried out very
carefully. The dust collector operator must fully understand the
sequence of commissioning of the individual parts and their
functioning.
3.2 Care and maintenance
Special attendance and regular maintenance of the dust collector are
imperative for functioning and safety.
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3.3 Scope of supply
Scope of supply of the dust collector:
ˆ
ˆ
Dust collector (BDC 1216)
Operating Manual 1 x
3.4 Description
1
2/3
4
5
6
Fig. 3.1
1
Manual filter dedusting
4
Filter house
2
On - Off Switch (2x.)
5
Aspiration port
3
Control lamps
6
Dust bin
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3.5 Control
ON – OFF Switch
There are installed 2 aspirating engines in the dust collector BDC 1216.
Each motor can be individually switched on or off. The selector
switches has two positions:
ON = Motor ON
OFF = Motor OFF
Power supply
The control lamp lights up, when there is power supply.
3.6 The suction air system
The air streaming through the complete system during the application
of the blast cleaning machine or rather the scarifier and the dust
collector, has the following functions:
ˆ Cooling of the blast wheels
ˆ Cooling of the abrasive
ˆ Transport of the abrasive
ˆ Transport of dust through the system
ˆ Separation of dust from the re-useable abrasive
ˆ Transport of dust to the dust collector
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All connection points must be sealed carefully and the dust hose
must be fixed with hose clamps!
The filter housing must be sealed properly and all sealings must
be in good condition!
If dust leaves the dust collector instead of clean air, this is a sign
that the Filter bag is either damaged or not fixed correctly inside
the filter housing.
The air streams through the dust collector as follows:
ˆ The air stream then flows through the approx. 10 m long flexible
dust hose taking dust and fine particles with it.
ˆ The air stream now enters the filter housing of the dust collector
where the dust and the fine particles are separated from the air.
The cleaned air is then fed into the environment again.
Fig. 3.2
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Transport
Contents Chapter 4
4.1 General information
4.2 Transport
4.3 Operation
4.4 Unit specifications
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4.1 General information
Before the dust collector is used for the first time, Blastrac authorised
dealers offer a course to familiarise maintenance and operating
personnel with all elements of the dust collector. We are not liable for
damage caused by incorrect use of the dust collector by personnel
not trained by Blastrac.
4.2 Transport
When transporting the dust collector proceed in such a manner that
damage due to the effects of the use of force or incorrect loading and
unloading is avoided.
Remove the dust from the dust collector before it is transported.
The dust collector may only be lifted and tightened by the housing
frames. The weight and dimensions of the dust collector are shown
in Chapter 1 "Technical data“.
4.3 Operation
The machine is operated in accordance with the instructions given in
Chapter 5 ”Initial operation“.
4.4 Unit specifications
Dimensions
The main dimensions and unit specifications of the dust collector
when assembled are shown in Chapter 1 "Technical data“.
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Initial operation
Contents Chapter 5
5.1
Preparations for initial operation
5.2
Initial operation
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5.1
Preparations for initial operation
Before switching on make sure that all existing protective housings
are mounted and that the dust collector is connected correctly.
Handle all plugs, cables, hoses and operating devices with care.
Avoid any contact with live wires.
Works on the electrical system must only be carried out by qualified
specialists.
Regular inspection is important in order to avoid downtimes of your
dust collector. Carry out the following checks before any start-up:
þ
Check whether all dust collector parts are assembled safely and
correctly.
þ
Check all screws and other fasteners for tight seat.
þ
Check the tightness of the hose connections and the condition of
the hose to the filter.
þ
Check the electrical connections for dirt and foreign body
deposits.
þ
Check the electrical motors for dirt and other contaminants.
Before start-up the operating personnel must be familiar with the
safety regulations given in this manual.
þ
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Check the main power cable and the dust hose for damage.
Replace or repair all damaged parts before starting the
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Connect the Blastrac dust collector and the Blastrac machine
with the dust hose. Use hose clamps at the connections.
þ
Check that the dust bin of the dust collector is empty.
þ
Put the dust collector near the working place and press down the
lever in order to lock up the front wheels.
5.2
Initial operation
The start of the dust collector is effected in the following sequence:
Switching on of the dust collector
þ
Connect the dust collector to the power supply, and check if the
voltage and the frequency coincide with the specifications
indicated on the type plate.
þ
Put the switch in the "ON" position in order to start the aspirating
engines.
The dust bin of the dust collector must be emptied regularly.
Observe the waste disposal regulations, in uncertain situation ask
your next policy level.
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Contents Chapter 6
6.1 Operation
6.2 Switching-off the dust collector
6.3 Emptying the dust bin
6.4 Trouble shooting
6.5 Safety shutdown
6.6 Restarting after a fault
6.7 Proceedings-prior and after a stationary period
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6.1 Operation
Normal start-up and operation of the dust collector BDC 1216 is no
different from the procedure described in Chapter 5 “Initial operation”.
Make sure that no vehicles, such as forklift trucks and other
equipment run over the electric cable and the dust hose.
6.2 Switching-off the dust collector
Put the switch in the "OFF" position in order to switch off the
aspirating engines.
Pull out the mains plug from the socket.
When the Blastrac dust collector is put out of operation for a longer
period of time, pull out the mains plug ,clean the dust collector and
cover it with a plastic foil.
6.3 Emptying the dust bin
The level of the hopper must be regularly checked. The periods are
dependent on the surface to be cleaned.
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2
3
Fig. 6.1
Put the switch in the "OFF" position in order to switch off the
aspirating engines.
Pull up and press down forceful the star grip (Item 1) several
times, in order to liberate the filter bag from dust.
Wait a few minutes so that the dust falls on the bottom of the dust
bin.
Pull up the lifting handle (Item 2), so that the dust bin (Item 3)
goes down until the wheels touch the surface.
6.4 Trouble shooting
Irrespective of the following information, the local safety regulations
are valid in any case for the operation of the dust collector.
First put the dust collector to its Safety off position. Afterwards start
searching for the fault.
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6.5 Safety shutdown
The dust collector has to be into its “Safety off position” before
starting repair works. See Chapter 2 “Safety advice”.
6.6 Restarting after a fault
See Chapter 5 “Initial operation“.
6.7 Proceedings-prior and after a stationary period
Before a long standstill period
Clean the machine and cover it with a plastic foil.
Preserve bright parts of the dust collector with Tectyl 506, for
example, or a similar preservative.
After a long standstill period
See Chapter 5 “Initial operation
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Maintenance
Contents Chapter 7
7.1 Recommendations
7.2 Maintenance and inspection liste
7.3 Repairing
7.4 Replacing the Filter bag
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7.1 Recommendations
Pay attention to Chapter 2 "Safety information" during maintenance
and repair works.
Failures due to inadequate or incorrect maintenance may generate
very high repair costs and long standstill periods of the dust
collector. Regular maintenance therefore is imperative.
Operational safety and service life of the dust collector depend,
among other things, on proper maintenance.
The following table shows recommendations about time, inspection
and maintenance for the normal use of the dust collector.
The time indications are based on uninterrupted operation. When the
indicated number of working hours is not achieved during the
corresponding period, the period can be extended. However a full
overhaul must be carried out at least once a year.
Due to different working conditions it can’t be foreseen how frequently
inspections for wear checks, inspection, maintenance and repair
works ought to be carried out. Prepare a suitable inspection schedule
considering your own working conditions and experience.
Our specialists will be happy to assist you with more advice.
Prior to any repair works on the dust collector and its drives,
secure the dust collector against unintentional switching-on.
Put the dust collector to its safety off position.
Follow additional operating and maintenance of OEM if
included during your service and maintenance work.
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7.2 Maintenance and inspection liste
Operating hours/
time period
Inspection points, maintenance
instructions
12 h after repairing
Check all safety devices working adequate.
Check all accessible screw connections for
tight seat.
Daily and prior to
starting work
Check the hose connections for tightness and
fixed seat.
Check the hose to the filter for damages.
Make sure that the dust bin of the filter is
emptied.
Check the electric connections for sediments
of dirt or foreign bodies.
Check the electric motors for dirt and other
contaminants.
Annually
Full overhaul and cleaning of the complete
dust collector.
7.3 Repairing
As already mentioned in Chapter 5 “Initial operation” we recommend
to execute the first repair works on the dust collector having support
of Blastrac personnel. Doing this together, your maintenance
personnel gets the opportunity to be trained intensely.
We will describe only regular maintenance works that could occur
within the bounds of regular maintenance or work that is required to
replace wear parts.
If you replace parts yourself for specific reason, the following
instructions and work sequence have to be observed.
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You should also stock all spare or wear parts that cannot be supplied
quickly. As a rule, production standstill periods are more expensive
than the cost for the corresponding spare part.
Screws that have been removed must be replaced with those of the
same quality (strength, material) and design.
Prior to any repair works on the dust collector and its drives, secure
the dust collector against unintentional switching-on. Pull out the
mains plug in order to do this.
7.4 Replacing the Filter bag
Switch off the dust collector and then unplug the mains plug.
Safety off position
Release stop ’A’ , unscrew filter shaker knob ’B’ and remove
head ’D’
Release the both locking hooks (C), lift the filter ’E’ and
unscrew the clamp ’F’ that holds the filter on the bearing ring ’G’
Unscrew cage “H” and overturn the filter, exposing coupling
clamp “I”
Release the clamps and detach the cage from the filter.
Dispose of the filter according to the laws in force.
Fit the new filter and secure it in the cage with special clamps
Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.
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Notice to Blastrac - Dust collector BDC 1216.
Replace the damaged filter bags only by genuine parts.
Warranty can only be assigned when genuine Blastrac parts are
used.
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Electrical system
Contents Chapter 8
8.1 Electric circuit diagrams BDC 1216
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Fault diagnosis
Contents Chapter 9
9.1 Fault diagnosis - Dust collector
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9.1 Fault diagnosis - Dust collector
Prior to any repair works on the equipment or its drives the
equipment must be secured against unintentional switchingon. Put the machine to its Safety off position.
Fault
Possible cause
Any power supply
The dust
collector does
not start.
Remedy
Check if by the outlet box
carries current.
Check the socket and
the cable of the dust
collector for damages.
Have the unit checked by
an electrician.
The r.p.m. of
the dust
collector
increase.
Filter bag blocked up.
Suction hose is clogged.
Check and clean the
hose assembly.
The dust
collector lose
dust.
Filter bag is damaged.
Replace the filter bag.
The motor of
the dust
collector are
to loud.
The Carbon brush is worn Replace the Carbon
or damaged.
brush of the motors.
Filter bag does not fit
correctly.
Electrostatic Non existent or inefficient
current on the grounding
Vacuum
cleaner
2
Vibrate filter bag, if it is
not enough, change it.
Replace the filter bag by
a suitable and check it.
Check all grounding,
particularly the union to
the inlet; moreover, the
hose must be strictly
antistatic
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Spare Parts
Contents Chapter 10
10.1 Spare parts
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Frame
Fig. 1
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
1-4
2
Part-No.
CF836362
CF840395
CFBROB20ZB
CFBDAB08ZB
CF838008
CF840889
CF836513
Qty. Description
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
Car
Wheel
Washer
Nut
Circlip
Wheel
Compl. car
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Container unit
Fig. 2
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Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
4
Part-No.
CF831690
CF836028
CF818010
CFBVTBCE0825ZB
CFBRO0832ZB
CFBDC08ZB
CFBRO0824ZB
CF830332
CFBVTBCE1035ZB
CFBOR1030ZB
CF814619
CF814618
CFN1407204510
CFBVTEZ0612ZB
CF817007
CF818967
CFBVRFTBC0423ZB
CFN1470745010
CFN1403304000
CF831693
CF830338
Qty.
1
2
2
4
4
4
6
1
2
4
2
2
1
4
1
1
4
1
1
Description
Chamber
Lock
Plaque
Screw
Washer
Nut
Washer
Container
Screw
Washer
Bushing
Pin
Filler
Screw
Seal
Handle
Screw
Paper bag (pack)
Hose inlet
Filterchamber compl.
Compl. container
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Filter unit
Fig.3
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Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
1-7
6
Part-No.
CFA8170069
CF833093
CF840027
CF817767
CF815003
CF817026
CF818079
CF833331
Qty. Description
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Seal
Cage
Knob
Filter
Ring
Seal
Tie
Complete filter
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Suction unit
Fig.4
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Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
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30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
1-41
8
Part-No.
Qty. Description
CFBVTE0616ZB
CFBRO06ZB
CFBRO05ZB
CFBDN05ZB
CF816382
CF816386
CF814052
CF816384
CF814032
CF814051
CF816385
CFBVTE0516ZB
CFBDN05ZB
CF818968
CF814620
CF814079
CFBAAPASG18
CF814071
CFS08BL17031
CF838065
CF813074
CF817002
CF854007
CF817326
CF817003
CF815192
7
6
37
16
1
1
2
1
3
1
1
16
17
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
Screw
Washer
Washer
Nut
Cap
Engine cover
Nut
Engine holder
Spacer
Bushing
Motor fixing device
Screw
Nut
Hook
Pin
Spring
Ring
Flange
Plate
Rivet
Mesh
Seal
Engine
Seal
Seal
Flange
CF817229
1
Soundproofing kit
CF839000
CF839533
CF818501
CFBDN08ZB
CF839528
CF839051
CF839097
CF839016
CF839576
CF839005
CF839567
CF838041
CF853125
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
Switch
Filter
Bracket
Nut
Connection block
Warning light
Cable press
Electr. Cable
Cable kit
Plate
Ring nut
Washer
Complete head
BDC 1216
Operating Manual
Spare Parts
Kit absolute filter
Fig.5
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
1-6
Part-No.
CFBRO18ZB
CF814621
CF817455
CF838054
CF815168
CF814052
CF560357
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
Description
Washer
Spacer
Hepa filter
Washer
Disc
Nut
Kit absolute filter
9
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