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Betriebsanleitung . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Operating Instruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Instructions d'utilisation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Handleiding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Manuale d’istruzioni . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Manual de uso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Betjeningsvejledning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Bruksanvisning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Käyttökäsikirja . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
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Operating Instruction
ENGLISH
ENGLISH
1. Device overview
1
2
11
3
4
10
5
9
8
6
7
1
Compressor pump
2
Carrying handle
3
On/Off switch
4
Pressure regulator
5
Compressed air outlet
(quick coupler)
6
Outlet pressure gauge
7
Condensate drain screws
8
Tank pressure gauge
9
Safety valve
10
Pressure vessel
11
Air intake filter housing
7
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Table of Contents
1.
Device overview ..........................7
2.
Please Read First! .......................8
3.
Safety ...........................................8
3.1 Specified conditions of use ...........8
3.2 General safety information ............8
3.3 Safety devices...............................9
4.
Operation .....................................9
4.1 Mains connection ..........................9
4.2 Generating compressed air...........9
5.
Care and Maintenance ................9
5.1 Periodic maintenance....................9
5.2 Device storage ..............................9
6.
Trouble Shooting ........................9
7.
Repairs .......................................10
8.
Environmental Protection ........10
9.
Technical Specifications ..........10
2. Please Read First!
•
Read these instructions before use.
Pay special attention to the safety
information.
•
If you notice transport damage while
unpacking, notify your supplier
immediately. Do not operate the
device!
•
Dispose of the packing in an environmentally friendly manner. Take
to a proper collecting point.
•
Keep these instructions for reference on any issues you may be
uncertain about.
•
If you lend or sell this device be sure
to have the instructions to go with it.
3.2
General safety information
When using this electric tool observe the
following safety instructions, to exclude
the risk of personal injury or material
damage.
Please also observe the special safety
instructions in the respective chapters;
Keep all documents, supplied with the
device, for future reference.
Observe the statuary accident insurance
institution regulations and regulations for
the prevention of accidents pertaining to
the operation of air compressors and air
tools, where applicable.
A General hazard!
Keep your work area tidy – a messy
work area invites accidents.
Be alert. Know what you are doing. Set
out to work with reason. Do not operate
electric tool while under the influence of
drugs, alcohol or medication.
Consider environmental conditions.
Keep work area well lighted.
Prevent adverse body positions. Ensure
firm footing and keep your balance at all
times.
Do not operate electric tool near inflammable liquids or gases.
Keep bystanders, particularly children,
out of the work area. Do not permit other
persons to touch the tool or power cable
while the electric tool is running.
Do not overload electric tool – use it only
within the performance range it was
designed for (see Technical specifications).
B
This device is intended to generate compressed air required for the operation of
air tools.
Danger! Risk of electric shock!
Do not expose electric tool to rain.
Do not operate electric tool in damp or
wet environment.
Prevent body contact with earthed
objects such as radiators, pipes, cooking
stoves or refrigerators when operating
this electric tool.
Do not use the power cable for any purpose it is not intended for.
Any use for medical purposes, food
processing as well as filling of oxygen
cylinders for breathing equipment is not
permitted.
Risk of personal injury by
escaping compressed air and parts
hurled about by escaping air!
3. Safety
3.1
Specified conditions of use
Explosive, combustible gases or gases
detrimental to health may not be compressed. Operation in hazardous locations is not permitted.
Any other use is not as specified. Use
not as specified, alteration of the device
or use of parts that are not approved by
the equipment manufacturer, can cause
unforeseeable damage!
Children, juveniles and persons not having been instructed in its usage are not
permitted to operate this device and any
air tools connected to it.
8
A
Never direct compressed air against persons or animals!
Ensure all air tools and accessories
used are designed for the working pressure or are supplied via a pressure regulator.
Please note that, when disconnecting
the quick coupler, the compressed air
contained in the pressure hose will
escape all of a sudden. You should
therefore firmly hold the air hose when
disconnecting it.
Ensure all screwed connections are fully
tightened at all times.
Do not attempt to repair the device your-
self! Only trained specialists are permitted to service or repair compressors,
pressure vessels and air tools.
generated by oil-satuA Hazard
rated compressed air!
Use oil saturated compressed air only
for air tools requiring such supply. Do
not use an air hose used to supply compressed air containing oil to supply air
tools not designed for operation on compressed air containing oil. Do not fill tires
with compressed air containing oil.
A
Risk of burns from the surfaces of parts carrying compressed
air!
Let device cool off before servicing.
of personal injury and
A Risk
crushing by moving parts!
Do not operate the device without
installed guards.
Please note that the device will start
automatically when the pressure falls off
to minimum! – Disconnect from power
supply prior to any servicing.
Ensure that when switching on (e.g. after
servicing) no tools or loose parts are in
the electric tool.
generated by insuffiA Hazard
cient personal protection gear!
Wear hearing protection.
Wear safety glasses.
Wear mask respirator when work generates dust or mist detrimental to health.
Wear suitable work clothes When working outdoors wearing of non-slip shoes is
recommended.
generated by electric
A Hazard
tool defects!
Keep electric tool and accessories in
good repair. Observe the maintenance
instructions.
Prior to any use check the electric tool
for possible damage: before using the
electric tool carefully check safety
devices, protection devices or slightly
damaged parts for proper function as
specified. Check to see that all moving
parts work properly and do not jam. All
parts must be correctly installed and
meet all conditions necessary for the
proper operation of the electric tool.
Damaged protection devices or parts
must be repaired or replaced by an qualified specialist. Have damaged switches
replaced by a service centre. Do not
operate electric tool if the switch can not
be turned ON or OFF.
Keep handles free of oil and grease.
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3.3
Safety devices
13
15
Safety valve
•
Check all screwed connections for
tightness, tighten if necessary.
•
Check power supply cable for damage, if necessary have replaced by
a qualified electrician.
Every 50 operating hours
• Check air intake filter (18), clean if
necessary.
18
17
16
14
12
The spring safety valve (12) is incorporated into the pressure switch unit. The
safety valve opens if the max. permissible pressure is exceeded.
4. Operation
4.1
Mains connection
High voltage
B Danger!
Operate device in dry environment only.
Operate device only on a power
source complying with the following
requirements:
−
outlets properly installed, earthed
and tested;
−
fuse protection in accordance
with the Technical Specifications.
Position power cable so it does not
interfere with the work and is not
damaged.
Always check to see that the device is
switched OFF before plugging in.
2.
Set pressure regulator (15) to
required working pressure. The current working pressure is indicated
by the regulated pressure gauge
(16).
•
Drain condensate (19).
A
Caution!
The regulated pressure may
not be set higher than the max. working pressure of the connected air
tools!
3.
Connect air hose to compressed air
outlet (17).
4.
Connect air tool.
You are now ready to work with the
air tool.
5.
Switch the device OFF, if you do not
continue working immediately afterwards. Unplug after switching OFF.
5. Care and Maintenance
A Danger!
Prior to all servicing:
19
Every 250 operating hours
• Replace air filter element.
5.2
Device storage
Protect power cable from heat,
aggressive liquids and sharp edges.
−
Switch Off.
1.
Switch unit OFF and unplug.
Use only extension cables with sufficient lead cross section (see "Technical Specifications").
−
Unplug.
2.
−
Wait until the device has come to
a complete stop.
Release pressure from tank and all
connected air tools.
3.
Store device in such way that it cannot be started by unauthorized persons.
Do not stop the compressor by
unplugging, but switch OFF using the
switch.
Unplug after use.
4.2
1.
Generating compressed air
Start device (13) and wait until the
max. tank pressure is reached
(compressor shuts off).
The tank pressure is indicated by
the tank pressure gauge (14).
−
Ensure the device and all air tools
and accessories connected to it
are relieved from pressure.
−
Let the device and all air tools
and accessories used cool off.
After all servicing:
−
Check to see that all safety
devices are operational.
−
Make sure that no tools or other
parts remain on or in the device.
Repair and maintenance work other
than described in this section must
only be carried out by qualified specialists.
5.1
Periodic maintenance
Prior to each use
• Check air hoses for
replace if necessary.
A
Caution!
Do not store device unprotected outdoors or in damp environment. Do not lay device on its side for
transportation or storing.
6. Trouble Shooting
A Danger!
Prior to all servicing:
−
Switch Off.
−
Unplug.
−
Wait until the device has come to
a complete stop.
−
Ensure the device and all air tools
and accessories connected to it
are relieved from pressure.
−
Let the device and all air tools
and accessories used cool off.
damage,
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ENGLISH
− Remove cause for overheating
and allow to cool down for
approx. 10 minutes, then start
again.
After all servicing:
−
Check to see that all safety
devices are operational.
−
Make sure that no tools or other
parts remain on or in the device.
Compressor does not run:
• No mains voltage.
− Check cables, plug, outlet and
mains fuse.
•
Mains voltage too low.
− Use only extension cables with
sufficient lead cross section (see
"Technical Specifications"). Avoid
using extension cable with cold
device.
•
Compressor was stopped by
unplugging.
− Switch compressor OFF at the
On/Off switch, then ON again.
•
Motor has overheated, caused by
insufficient cooling (cooling fins
covered).
Compressor runs but does not build
up sufficient pressure.
• Condensate drain of pressure vessel leaky.
− Check gasket of drain screw(s);
replace if necessary.
− Tighten drain screw(s) fingertight.
•
Check valve leaky.
− Have check valve serviced by
qualified service centre.
Air tool is not supplied with sufficient
pressure.
• Pressure regulator not opened wide
enough.
− Open pressure regulator more.
•
Hose connection between compressor and air tool leaky.
− Check air hoses, replace defective parts if necessary.
7. Repairs
A Danger!
Repairs to power tools must be
carried out by qualified electricians
only!
Electric tools in need of repair can be
send to the service centre in your country. See spare parts list for address.
Please attach a description of the fault to
the power tool.
8. Environmental Protection
The device's packaging can be 100 %
recycled.
Worn out devices and accessories contain considerable amounts of valuable
raw and plastic materials, which can be
recycled.
These instructions are printed on chlorine-free bleached paper.
9. Technical Specifications
Suction capacity
l/min
235
Free air delivery (volume flow rate)
l/min
110
Filling rate
l/min
120
Max. working pressure
bar
8
Pressure vessel volume
l
4
Pump model
F 245
No. of cylinders
1
-1
2850
Motor speed
min
Motor capacity
kW
1.5
Supply voltage (50 Hz)
V
230
Rated current
A
6.8
Fuse protection min.
A
10 (time-lag)
Degree of protection
IP 20
Maximum overall length when using extension cables with:
– 3 x 1.0 mm2 lead cross-section
– 3 x 1.5 mm2 lead cross-section
– 3 x 2.5 mm2 lead cross-section
m
m
m
10
25
25
Dimensions: length x width x height
mm
600 x 310 x 405
Weight
kg
18
Sound pressure level at 1 m max.
dB (A)
87 ± 3
10
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