DUST & CHIP EXTRACTOR OPERATORS MANUAL MODEL: W692

DUST & CHIP EXTRACTOR OPERATORS MANUAL  MODEL: W692
DUST & CHIP EXTRACTOR
OPERATORS MANUAL
MODEL: W692
Please Note:
This machine requires
a 16amp electric supply
Charnwood, Cedar Court, Walker Road,
Hilltop Industrial Estate, Bardon Hill, Leicestershire, LE67 1TU
Tel. 01530 516 926 Fax. 01530 516 929
email: [email protected] website: www.charnwood.net
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GENERAL SAFETY RULES
WARNING: Do not attempt to operate the machine until you have read thoroughly
and understood completely all instructions, rules, etc. contained in this manual.
Failure to comply may result in accidents involving fire, electric shock, or serious
personal injury. Keep this owner's manual and review frequently for continuous safe
operation.
1. Know your machine. For your own safety, read the owner's manual
carefully. Learn its application and limitations, as well as specific
potential hazards pertinent to this machine.
2. Make sure all tools are properly earthed.
3. Keep guards in place and in working order. If a guard must be
removed for maintenance or cleaning, make sure it is properly
replaced before using the machine again.
4. Remove adjusting keys and spanners. Form a habit of checking to
see that the keys and adjusting spanners are removed from the
machine before switched it on.
5. Keep your work area clean. Cluttered areas and workbenches
increase the chance of an accident.
6. Do not use in dangerous environments. Do not use power tools in
damp or wet locations, or expose them to rain. Keep work areas well
illuminated.
7. Keep children away. All visitors should be kept a safe distance
from the work area.
8. Make workshop childproof. Use padlocks, master switches
and remove starter keys.
9. Do not force the machine. It will do the job better and be safer at
the rate for which it is designed.
10. Use the right tools. Do not force the machine or attachments to do a job
for which they are not designed. Contact the manufacturer or distributor
if there is any question about the machine's suitability for a particular
task.
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11. Wear proper apparel. Avoid loose clothing, gloves, ties, rings, bracelets,
and jewellery which could get caught in moving parts. Non-slip footwear is
recommended. Wear protective hair covering to contain long hair.
12. Always use safety glasses. Normal spectacles only have impact resistant
lenses. They are not safety glasses.
13. Do not over-reach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times.
14. Maintain the machine in good condition. Keep the machine clean for best and
safest performance. Follow instructions for lubrication and changing
accessories.
15. Disconnect the machine from power source before servicing and when
changing the blade.
16. Never leave the machine running unattended. Turn the power off. Do not
leave the machine until it comes to a complete stop.
17. Do not use any power tools while under the effects of drugs, alcohol or
medication.
18. Always wear a face or collector mask if operation creates a lot of collector
and/or chips. Always operate the tool in a well ventilated area and provide for
proper collector removal. Use a suitable collector extractor.
ADDITIONAL RULES FOR DUST EXTRACTORS
1. Collector extractors are frequently moved around the workshop. Make sure
that mains cables and extractor hoses are positioned in such a way that they
do not present a trip hazard.
2. Do not pick up pieces of metal or chunks of wood.
3. Switch off and unplug the extractor before removing the collection bag and/or
filter.
4. Do not allow the collection bag to become over full.
5. When necessary, wash, thoroughly rinse and completely dry the filter bag.
Using a wet or damp filter bag will reduce its efficiency as it will quickly
become clogged.
6. Dispose of waste in accordance with local regulations.
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Specification
Motor (induction)
2200W (3hp), 240v
3000m3/hour
Flow rate (cubic metres per hour)
Inlet Diameter
1 x 150mm or 3 x 100mm
Bag capacity
2 x 148 Litres
Maximum continuous run time
2 hours
Dimensions (WxDxH)
1560mm x 550mm x 1920mm
Weight
75kg
Rating
Light Trade
Warranty
1 Year
Rating Description
Light Trade: Suitable for professional woodworkers where the machine will not be in
daily use.
Mid range machines with a heavier build and more power. Typically used by 2 or 3
people within a small business and also for the dedicated hobbyist with a larger
budget. It is expected to be used up to the machines maximum limit with occasional
long work periods. Suitable for income generation. Expected maximum use of 300
hours annually.
Unpacking
Open the carton and carefully unpack all of the
contents.
Familiarise yourself
with the parts and take
the time to read these
instructions.
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Assembly
Leave all bolts finger tight until each castor is
fitted.
Stand the base plate on its end and bolt one of the
castors to the base plate as shown.
Use 4 domed cross head bolts, nuts and washers
provided, to mount each castor.
Continue with the remaining three, rotating the
base plate as necessary.
Turn the base so that it is standing on its castors
and bolt on the motor support bracket. Use 4 of
the M8 x 16mm hex headed bolts and washers.
Position the fan/motor assembly as shown and
bolt it to the base plate and motor support bracket.
Leave the bolts loose until all six are in place, then
tighten them securely.
Use 4, M8 x 25mm long bolts to secure the motor
to the support bracket.
Use 2, M8 x 16mm long bolts to secure the fan
assembly to the base plate.
Place the rubber gasket on top of the air outlet.
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Place the Y shaped outlet over the gasket as
shown and fix it to the flange using 8 of the M8 x
16mm bolts, washers and nuts.
Fit another rubber gasket to one side of the
Y shaped outlet. Use 8 of the M8 x 16mm bolts to
hold the gasket in place, as shown.
Offer up one of the collector bodies (please note:
the left and right side are different). If this is done
carefully, it will be possible to engage each of the
bolts with the thread which is tapped into the
flange of the collector body. Leave them loose
until all are engaged, then tighten them securely.
Repeat with the other side of the Y shaped outlet.
Use 2 of the M8 x 16mm bolts and washers to
secure the bottom of the collector support to the
base plate.
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Now attach the upper end of the collector support
and the upper bag support to the collector body.
Using 2 of the M8 x 16mm bolts and washers,
feed the bolt through the upper bag support, then
through the collector support and into the tapped
hole in the collector body.
Note: the bag hook should point away from you,
towards the centre of the collector body.
Repeat for the other bag support and collector
support.
Using the small loop located at the top, hang the
filter bag on the bag support and gently stretch the
bottom of the bag over the rim of the collector
body.
Feed the plain end of one flexible bag clamp
through the slit at the bottom of the filter bag and
keep pushing until it emerges from the other slit.
The clamp is adjustable and has 5 fixing positions.
There are three black clips on the body of the
collector. Fit the plastic collector bag over the
bottom rim of the collector, using the clips to
temporarily hold the bag in place.
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Now fit a bag clamp around the outside of the bag
to secure it.
Repeat the process for the other filter bag and
collection bag.
The fan inlet is 150mm diameter. It can be used
directly with a 150mm diameter hose.
For most applications it is preferable to use
100mm diameter hose.
To convert the inlet for using 100mm diameter
hose, remove the small setscrew from the air inlet,
fit the three way splitter and fix it in place by
replacing the setscrew.
Note: The extractor is supplied with bare wires
and must be wired into a 16A power supply.
Using the Extractor
A 16amp fixed electric supply is required to run this machine.
This machine is intended for Light Trade use which means it has a maximum
continuous running time of 2 hours, after which the motor must be rested and left to
cool.
Hose is not supplied as standard, our 100mm diameter transparent flexible hose is
recommended, sold by the metre.
The extractor is fitted with two 100mm diameter inlets, which can be used
simultaneously for example to collect from above and below the saw blade on a table
saw.
Please Note: Maximum recommended total hose length in use at any time is 10
metres. Longer hose lengths may be used, but will reduce the performance.
When using the extractor with machines which have a smaller diameter connection,
it is recommended to run the 100mm diameter hose from the extractor up to the
machines dust outlet and fit the appropriate sized reducer at that point. This will
maintain the airflow rate of the unit. For some applications it may be more
convenient to use a smaller diameter hose. This will inevitably reduce the
performance of the machine and the length of small diameter hose should be kept to
a minimum.
Always start the extractor running before starting the dust producing machinery.
Also allow the extractor to run for 10 seconds after the other machine is switched off
to allow dust in the hose system to clear.
Empty the collection bag before it is overfull and dispose of the waste in accordance
with the current requirements of your local authority.
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Optional Items
More information can be found on our website www.charnwood.net
W791PB Replacement Plastic Collection Bags: 800mm x 1075mm, pack of 10
Flexible Transparent Extraction Hose:
Priced per metre and cut to length.
Available in 7 different diameters: 38mm, 50mm, 65mm, 75mm, 100mm, 125mm,
150mm
Metal Hose Clamps: For securing the hose, available in all diameters.
Fittings: Various fittings to be used with 100mm diameter hose to create a branch
system around the workshop. Gates can be used to close off any branch lines which
are not currently in use.
Reducing Connectors; Charnwood have a large range of plastic connectors, which
allow different diameter hoses to be connected together or for connecting to bench
top machines with different sized outlets.
Troubleshooting
Reduced Performance
Check the collection bags are not full.
Empty or replace the bags as required.
Check the filter bag is not clogged. Turn the
bag inside out and scrape the inside clean.
The filter bag can also be washed, ensure it
is completely dry before refitting.
Examine the hose system looking for
blockages. Remove the hose and clear out
the blockage.
Examine the hose and fittings for splits or air
leaks. Secure the leaks and replace any
worn hose.
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Rattling noise and vibration
Large pieces may be blocked by the inlet
grill. Remove the hose and 3 way splitter
from the fan housing and check for pieces of
wood or foreign bodies that are unable to
pass through the grill. Remove them and
reattach hose.
Extractor will not start
Check circuit breaker. Reset as required.
(Ensure fuse is at least 16 amps and D type)
Loose wire. Remove the switch, check the
wires are pushed firmly onto the terminals.
Failed switch. Replace the on/off switch.
Extractor does not run but buzzing noise
heard from motor
Capacitor failure. (for confirmation, remove
the cover from the motor cooling fan, spin
the cooling fan by hand. Press the start
button whilst the shaft is still rotating. If the
motor now runs normally, the start capacitor
has failed.) Replace the start capacitor.
Extractor cuts out whilst running
Overheating. This extractor has a maximum
running time of 2 hours. Do not exceed this
as excessive heat will permanently damage
the motor. Leave the motor to cool and try
again.
Declaration of Conformity for CE Marking
Charnwood Declare that Woodworking Dust Collector, Model W692
Conforms with the following Directives:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
And further conforms to the machinery example for which the EC type examination
Certificate No. AM 50189644 and AE 50220714 have been issued by TUV Rheinland
LGA Products GmbH, Tillystrasse 2, 90431, Nurnberg.
I hereby declare that equipment named above has been tested and found to comply
with the relevant sections of the above referenced specifications. The machinery
complies with all essential requirements of the directive.
Signed:
Dated: 30/09/2010
Richard Cook, Director
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Location: Leicestershire
Parts List
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Castor (4)
M8 x 16 Hex head bolt (38)
Setscrew
Base Plate
Hex head bolt
Inlet cover
Cap head bolt
Hex head bolt
Washer
Fan
Fan housing
M8 Washer (54)
Motor Support Bracket
M8 x 25 Hex head bolt (4)
Dust Proofing
Motor 240v, 2200w
M8 Nut (8)
Y Shaped Outlet
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Domed Head Bolt (16)
Left Collector Body
Plastic Collection Bag
Collector Support (2)
Right Collector Body
Spacer
Upper Bag Support (2)
500mm Dia. Filter bag (2)
Rubber Gasket (3)
3 Way Splitter
Key
NVR switch KJD12
Mains Cable
Blanking Cap
Bag Clamp (4)
Switch housing
Capacitor 50mf, 450VAC
CHARNWOOD W692 EXPLODED DIAGRAM
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