PT 2 - Wacker Neuson

PT 2 - Wacker Neuson
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OPERATOR’S MANUAL
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Table of Contents
1.
Foreword
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2.
Safety Information
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
3.
Technical Data
3.1
3.2
3.3
4.
Operating Safety .................................................................................. 5
Operator Safety while using Internal Combustion Engines .................. 6
Service Safety ...................................................................................... 7
Label Locations (PT 2A / PT 3A, PT 2 / PT 3) ...................................... 8
Label Locations (PT 2V / PT 3V) .......................................................... 9
Label Locations (PT 2H / PT 3H) ....................................................... 10
Safety Labels ...................................................................................... 11
Information Labels .............................................................................. 12
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Engine ................................................................................................ 13
Pump .................................................................................................. 14
Sound Measurements ........................................................................ 14
Operation
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.10
4.11
4.12
4.13
4.14
4.15
15
Application .......................................................................................... 15
Recommended Fuel (Wacker / Honda / Vanguard) ........................... 15
Recommended Fuel (Hatz) ................................................................ 15
Before Starting ................................................................................... 16
To Start (Wacker) ............................................................................... 18
To Stop (Wacker) ............................................................................... 18
To Start (Honda) ................................................................................. 19
To Stop (Honda) ................................................................................. 19
To Start (Vanguard) ............................................................................ 20
To Stop (Vanguard) ............................................................................ 20
To Start (Hatz) .................................................................................... 21
Cold Weather Starting (Hatz) ............................................................. 22
To Stop (Hatz) .................................................................................... 22
Operation ............................................................................................ 22
Hoses and Clamps ............................................................................. 23
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Table of Contents
5.
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Maintenance
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
5.14
5.15
5.16
5.17
5.18
5.19
5.20
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Periodic Maintenance Schedule ..........................................................24
Engine Oil System (Hatz) ....................................................................25
Engine Oil (Wacker / Honda / Vanguard) ............................................27
Air Cleaner (Wacker) ...........................................................................28
Air Cleaner (Honda) ............................................................................29
Air Cleaner (Vanguard) .......................................................................30
Air Cleaner (Hatz) ................................................................................31
Spark Plug (Wacker / Honda / Vanguard) ...........................................32
Sediment Cup (Honda) ........................................................................32
Cleaning Fuel Strainer (Wacker) .........................................................33
Fuel Filter (Vanguard) .........................................................................33
Fuel Filter (Hatz) ..................................................................................34
Carburetor (Wacker / Honda) ..............................................................35
Carburetor (Vanguard) ........................................................................36
Valve Clearances (Hatz) .....................................................................37
Adjusting Impeller Clearance ..............................................................39
Cleaning Pump ....................................................................................40
Storage ................................................................................................41
Accessories .........................................................................................41
Troubleshooting ...................................................................................42
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CALIFORNIA
Proposition 65 Warning:
WARNING
1.
Engine exhaust, some of its constituents, and certain vehicle
components, contain or emit chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive
harm.
Foreword
This manual provides information and procedures to safely operate
and maintain this Wacker model. For your own safety and protection
from injury, carefully read, understand and observe the safety
instructions described in this manual.
Keep this manual or a copy of it with the machine. If you lose this
manual or need an additional copy, please contact Wacker
Corporation. This machine is built with user safety in mind; however,
it can present hazards if improperly operated and serviced. Follow
operating instructions carefully! If you have questions about operating
or servicing this equipment, please contact Wacker Corporation.
The information contained in this manual was based on machines in
production at the time of publication. Wacker Corporation reserves the
right to change any portion of this information without notice.
All rights, especially copying and distribution rights, are reserved.
Copyright 2007 by Wacker Corporation.
No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any
means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, without
express written permission from Wacker Corporation.
Any type of reproduction or distribution not authorized by Wacker
Corporation represents an infringement of valid copyrights and will be
prosecuted. We expressly reserve the right to make technical
modifications, even without due notice, which aim at improving our
machines or their safety standards.
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Safety Information
2.
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Safety Information
This manual contains DANGER, WARNING, CAUTION, and NOTE
callouts which must be followed to reduce the possibility of personal
injury, damage to the equipment, or improper service.
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential
personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this
symbol to avoid possible injury or death.
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
DANGER
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
WARNING
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION
CAUTION: Used without the safety alert symbol, CAUTION indicates
a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in
property damage.
Note: Contains additional information important to a procedure.
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2.1
Operating Safety
WARNING
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Safety Information
Notice: State Health Safety Codes and Public Resources Codes
specify that in certain locations spark arresters be used on internal
combustion engines that use hydrocarbon fuels. A spark arrester is a
device designed to prevent accidental discharge of sparks or flames
from the engine exhaust. Spark arresters are qualified and rated by
the United States Forest Service for this purpose.
In order to comply with local laws regarding spark arresters, consult
the engine distributor or the local Health and Safety Administrator.
Familiarity and proper training are required for the safe operation of
equipment. Equipment operated improperly or by untrained personnel
can be dangerous. Read the operating instructions contained in both
this manual and the engine manual and familiarize yourself with the
location and proper use of all controls. Inexperienced operators should
receive instruction from someone familiar with the equipment before
being allowed to operate the machine.
2.1.1
NEVER allow anyone to operate this equipment without proper
training. People operating this equipment must be familiar with the
risks and hazards associated with it.
2.1.2
NEVER use accessories or attachments that are not recommended by
Wacker. Damage to equipment and injury to the user may result.
2.1.3
NEVER touch the engine or muffler while the engine is on or
immediately after it has been turned off. These areas get hot and may
cause burns.
2.1.4
NEVER pump volatile, flammable or low flash point fluids. These fluids
could ignite or explode.
2.1.5
NEVER pump corrosive chemicals or water containing toxic
substances. These fluids could create serious health and
environmental hazards. Contact local authorities for assistance.
2.1.6
NEVER open the priming plug when the pump is hot. Never loosen or
remove inlet or discharge hose fittings when the pump is hot. Hot water
inside could be pressurized much like the radiator on an automobile.
Allow the pump to cool to the touch before loosening the plug and
before loosening or removing the inlet or discharge hose fittings.
2.1.7
NEVER open pump housing cover while pump is operating, or start
pump with the cover off. The rotating impeller inside the pump can cut
or sever objects caught in it.
2.1.8
NEVER block or restrict flow from inlet line or discharge line. Remove
kinks from discharge line before starting pump. Operation with a
blocked inlet line or discharge line can cause water inside pump to
overheat.
2.1.9
ALWAYS be sure operator is familiar with proper safety precautions
and operation techniques before using machine.
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2.1.10 ALWAYS read, understand, and follow procedures in the Operator’s
Manual before attempting to operate the equipment.
2.1.11 ALWAYS be sure the machine is on a firm, level surface and will not
tip, roll, slide, or fall while operating.
2.1.12 ALWAYS close fuel valve on engines equipped with one when
machine is not being operated.
2.1.13 ALWAYS store the equipment properly when it is not being used.
Equipment should be stored in a clean, dry location out of the reach of
children.
2.2
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Operator Safety while using Internal Combustion Engines
DANGER
Internal combustion engines present special hazards during operation
and fueling. Read and follow the warning instructions in the engine
owner’s manual and the safety guidelines below. Failure to follow the
warnings and safety guidelines could result in severe injury or death.
2.2.1
DO NOT smoke while operating the machine.
2.2.2
DO NOT smoke when refueling the engine.
2.2.3
DO NOT refuel a hot or running engine.
2.2.4
DO NOT refuel the engine near an open flame.
2.2.5
DO NOT run the engine near open flames.
2.2.6
DO NOT test for spark on gasoline-powered engines if the engine is
flooded or the smell of gasoline is present. A stray spark could ignite
the fumes.
2.2.7
NEVER operate pump in enclosed or confined area.
2.2.8
ALWAYS refill the fuel tank in a well-ventilated area.
2.2.9
ALWAYS replace the fuel tank cap after refueling.
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2.3
Service Safety
WARNING
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Safety Information
Poorly maintained equipment can become a safety hazard! In order
for the equipment to operate safely and properly over a long period of
time, periodic maintenance and occasional repairs are necessary.
2.3.1
DO NOT attempt to clean or service the machine while it is running.
Rotating parts can cause severe injury.
2.3.2
DO NOT crank a flooded engine with the spark plug removed on
gasoline-powered engines. Fuel trapped in the cylinder will squirt out
the spark plug opening.
2.3.3
ALWAYS keep the area around the muffler free of debris such as
leaves, paper, cartons, etc. A hot muffler could ignite the debris and
start a fire.
2.3.4
ALWAYS replace worn or damaged components with spare parts
designed and recommended by Wacker Corporation.
2.3.5
ALWAYS disconnect the spark plug on machines equipped with
gasoline engines, before servicing, to avoid accidental start-up.
2.3.6
DO NOT use gasoline or other types of fuels or flammable solvents to
clean parts, especially in enclosed areas. Fumes from fuels and
solvents can become explosive.
2.3.7
ALWAYS handle impeller carefully. The impeller can develop sharp
edges which can cut.
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Safety Information
2.4
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Label Locations (PT 2A / PT 3A, PT 2 / PT 3)
M E N O M O N E E F A L L S , W I U S A 5 3 0 5 1
M o d e l
N u m b e r
k g
R e v .
lb s
M A D E
IN U S A
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S e r ia l N u m b e r
k W
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2.5
Safety Information
Label Locations (PT 2V / PT 3V)
M E N O M O N E E F A L L S , W I U S A 5 3 0 5 1
M o d e l
N u m b e r
k g
M A D E
IN U S A
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lb s
d B (A )
S e r ia l N u m b e r
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Safety Information
2.6
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Label Locations (PT 2H / PT 3H)
M E N O M O N E E F A L L S , W I U S A 5 3 0 5 1
M o d e l
N u m b e r
k g
R e v .
lb s
M A D E
IN U S A
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2.7
Safety Information
Safety Labels
Wacker machines use international pictorial labels where needed.
These labels are described below:
Label
Meaning
DANGER!
Engines emit carbon monoxide; operate only in
well-ventilated area. Read the Operator’s Manual.
No sparks, flames, or burning objects near the
machine. Shut off the engine before refueling.
WARNING!
Hot surface!
CAUTION!
Read and understand the supplied Operator’s
Manuals before operating this machine. Failure to
do so increases the risk of injury to yourself or
others.
WARNING!
Do not open if pump is hot. Hot water and/or
steam inside could be pressurized.
WARNING!
Never pump volatile, flammable or low flash point
fluids. These fluids could ignite or explode.
CAUTION!
Use only clean, filtered diesel fuel.
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Safety Information
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Label
Meaning
CAUTION!
Lifting point
2.8
Information Labels
Label
Meaning
M E N O M O N E E F A L L S , W I U S A 5 3 0 5 1
M o d e l
N u m b e r
k g
R e v .
lb s
M A D E
IN U S A
d B (A )
S e r ia l N u m b e r
k W
h p
M a n u f. Y r.
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A nameplate listing the model number, item number, revision number, and serial number is
attached to each unit. Please record the information found on this plate so it will be available
should the nameplate become lost or damaged.
When ordering parts or requesting service information, you will always be asked to specify the
model number, item number, revision number,
and serial number of the unit.
This machine may be covered by one or more
patents.
Guaranteed sound power level in dB(A)
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3.
Technical Data
Technical Data
3.1
Engine
Item No.
PT 2
0009318
0009319
0009320
PT 2A
0009092
0009095
0009237
PT 2V
0009093
0009096
0009238
PT 2H
0009094
0009097
0009239
4-stroke, single cylinder,
air cooled
4-stroke, air
cooled, diesel engine
Engine
Engine Type
4-stroke, overhead valve,
single cylinder
Engine Make
Wacker
Honda
Briggs &
Stratton
Hatz
Engine Model
WM170
GX 160 K1
TX2
Vanguard
1174320235-E2
1B 20
Rated Power
kW (Hp)
4.5 (6)
4.0 (5.5)
4.5 (6)
3.4 (4.6)
Displacement
cm³ (in³)
169 (10,3)
163 (9.4)
182 (11.1)
232 (14.2)
(NGK) BR
6HS
Champion
RL86C
(NGK) BPR
6ES
BOSCH
WR7DC
Champion
—
Spark Plug
Electrode Gap
mm (in)
0.7-0.8 (0.028–0.031)
0.6–0.7
(0.024–0.028)
Engine Speed - full load
rpm
3500
Engine Speed - idle
rpm
1600 ±100
Valve Clearance (cold)
intake:
exhaust:
Air Cleaner
Engine Lubrication
Engine Oil Capacity
Fuel
Fuel Tank Capacity
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mm (in.)
—
—
type
oil grade
l (qts.)
0.10 (0.004)
0.20–0.25
(0.008–0.01)
Dual Element
Dry Pleated
Paper Element
SAE 10W30
Service Class SF, SE, SD, or SC
CD, CE, CF,
CG Rated
l (oz.)
type
—
—
0.6 (20)
0.7 (24)
Regular Unleaded Gasoline
3.6 (3.8)
13
3.6 (3.8)
4.0 (4.2)
0.9 (34)
No. 2 Diesel
3.0 (3.2)
Technical Data
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Pump
Item No.
PT 2
0009318
0009319
0009320
PT 2A
0009092
0009095
0009237
PT 2V
0009093
0009096
0009238
PT 2H
0009094
0009097
0009239
Pump
Dimensions
mm (in.)
550 x 465 x 500
(21.7 x 18.3 x 19.6)
Weight
kg (lbs.)
43 (96)
590 x 495 x 510
(23.2 x 19.4 x 20)
49 (107)
*Max. Suction Lift
m (ft.)
*7.5 (25)
Max. Total Head
m (ft.)
32 (106)
bar (psi)
3,2 (46)
Max. Pressure
Max. Flow Rate
m³/hr
(gpm)
48
(210)
Suction / Discharge Dia.
mm (in.)
50 (2)
Max. Solid Size
mm (in.)
25 (1)
59 (131)
*Based on pump operating at sea level. Maximum suction lift will be less at higher altitudes.
3.3
Sound Measurements
The required sound specification, Paragraph 1.7.4.f of 89/392/EEC
Machinery Directive, is:
Guaranteed sound power level (LWA) = PT 2A 102 dB(A), PT 2V 99
dB(A), PT 2H 107 dB(A), PT 2 101 dB(A).
The sound pressure level at operator’s location (LpA) = PT 2A 91
dB(A), PT 2V 88 dB(A), PT 2H 99 dB(A), PT 2 89 dB(A).
These sound values were determined according to ISO 3744 for the
sound power level (LWA) and ISO 6081 for the sound pressure level
(LpA) at the operator’s location.
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4.
Operation
Operation
4.1
Application
This pump is intended for removing clean water and water containing
some debris and solids. Refer to “Technical Data” for maximum solid
size.
4.1.1
NEVER pump volatile, flammable or low flash point fluids. These fluids
could ignite or explode.
WARNING
4.1.2
WARNING
4.2
NEVER pump corrosive chemicals or water containing toxic
substances. These fluids could create serious health and
environmental hazards. Contact local authorities for assistance.
Recommended Fuel (Wacker / Honda / Vanguard)
The engine requires regular grade unleaded gasoline. Use only fresh,
clean gasoline. Gasoline containing water or dirt will damage fuel
system. Consult engine owner’s manual for complete fuel
specifications.
4.3
Recommended Fuel (Hatz)
The engine requires No. 2 diesel fuel. Use only fresh, clean fuel. Fuel
containing water or dirt will damage the fuel system. Consult the
engine owner’s manual for complete fuel specifications.
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Operation
4.4
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Before Starting
See Graphic: wc_gr000013
4.4.1
Read safety instructions at the beginning of manual.
4.4.2
Place pump as near to water as possible, on a firm, flat, level surface.
4.4.3
To prime pump, remove prime plug (a) and fill pump case with water.
If the pump case is not filled with water before starting, it will not begin
pumping.
DO NOT open priming plug, discharge plug, or loosen hose fittings if
pump is hot! Water or vapor inside pump may be under pressure.
WARNING
4.4.4
Check for leaks between pump and engine. If water is leaking, the seal
inside pump is worn or damaged. Continued operation may cause
water damage to engine.
4.4.5
Check that hoses are securely attached to pump. Suction hose (b)
must not have any air leaks. Tighten hose clamps (c) and couplings
(d). Check that discharge hose (e) is not restricted. Lay hose out as
straight as possible. Remove any twists or sharp bends from hose
which may block the flow of water.
4.4.6
Make sure suction strainer (f) is clean and securely attached to end of
hose. The strainer is designed to protect the pump by preventing large
objects from being pulled into the pump.
CAUTION: Strainer should be positioned so it will remain completely
under water. Running the pump with the strainer above water for long
periods can damage the pump.
4.4.7
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Check fuel level, engine oil level, and condition of air cleaner.
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Operation
4.5
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To Start (Wacker)
See Graphic: wc_gr000655
4.5.1
Open fuel valve by moving lever down (a1).
Note: If engine is cold, move choke lever to close position (d2). If
engine is hot, set choke to open position (d1).
4.5.2
Turn engine switch to “ON” (b2).
4.5.3
Open throttle by moving it slightly to left (c2).
4.5.4
Pull starter rope (e).
Note: If the oil level in the engine is low, the engine will not start. If this
happens, add oil to engine.
4.5.5
Open choke as engine warms (d1).
4.5.6
Open throttle fully to operate (c1).
b2
a2
c3
c1 c2
b1
a1
d1
d2
e
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4.6
To Stop (Wacker)
See Graphic: wc_gr000655
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4.6.1
Reduce engine RPM to idle by moving throttle completely to right (c3).
4.6.2
Turn engine switch to “OFF” (b1).
4.6.3
Close fuel valve (a2).
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4.7
Operation
To Start (Honda)
See Graphic: wc_gr000014
4.7.1
Open fuel valve by moving lever to the right (a1).
Note: If engine is cold, move choke lever to close position (b1). If
engine is hot, set choke to open position (b2).
4.7.2
Turn engine switch to “ON” (e1).
4.7.3
Open throttle by moving it slightly to left (d1).
4.7.4
Pull starter rope (c).
Note: If the oil level in the engine is low, the engine will not start. If this
happens, add oil to engine. Some engines are equipped with an oil
alert light (f) that will come on while pulling the starter rope.
4.8
4.7.5
Open choke as engine warms (b2).
4.7.6
Open throttle fully to operate.
To Stop (Honda)
See Graphic: wc_gr000014
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4.8.1
Reduce engine RPM to idle by moving throttle completely to right (d2).
4.8.2
Turn engine switch to “OFF” (e2).
4.8.3
Close fuel valve by moving lever to the left (a2).
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Operation
4.9
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To Start (Vanguard)
See Graphic: wc_gr000015
4.9.1
Open fuel valve (a1).
Note: If engine is cold, move choke lever to the “CHOKE” position (b1).
If engine is hot, set choke to the “RUN” position (b2).
4.9.2
Move throttle control to the fast position (c1).
4.9.3
Press stop switch to the on position (d1).
4.9.4
Pull starter rope (e).
Note: The engine is equipped with a low oil protection system. If the oil
level is low, the engine will not start and the stop switch will flicker while
the starter rope is pulled. If this happens, add oil to the engine.
4.9.5
Open choke to “RUN” position as engine warms (b2).
4.9.6
Open the throttle fully (c1) to operate the machine.
e
d2
d1
STOP
b1
b2
STOP
c1
c2
a1
a1
a2
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4.10 To Stop (Vanguard)
See Graphic: wc_gr000015
4.10.1 Reduce engine RPM by moving throttle completely to the idle position
(c2).
4.10.2 Press engine switch to STOP (d2).
4.10.3 Close fuel valve (a2).
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Operation
4.11 To Start (Hatz)
See Graphic: wc_gr000016
4.11.1
Set speed control lever (a) either to 1/2 START or max. START
position, as desired or necessary.
Note: Starting at a lower speed will help to prevent exhaust smoke.
4.11.2
Pull the starting cable out by hand until you feel a slight resistance (b).
4.11.3
Let the cable run back; in this way the entire length of the starting cable
can be used to start the engine.
4.11.4
Grip the handle with both hands.
4.11.5
Commence pulling the starting cable vigorously and at an increasing
speed (do not jerk it violently) until the engine starts.
Note: If after several attempts of starting, the exhaust begins to emit
white smoke, move the speed control lever to the STOP position and
pull the starting cable out slowly 5 times. Repeat the starting
procedure.
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4.12 Cold Weather Starting (Hatz)
See Graphic: wc_gr000016
4.12.1 Set speed control lever (a) either to 1/2 START or max. START
position, as desired or necessary.
4.12.2 Remove the top of the air cleaner and the soundproofing enclosure (c).
4.12.3 Pull the oil feed knob up to its limit (d) and then push it back down to
its seat.
Note: This ensures that the correct amount of oil will be fed to the
engine when starting. The oil feed device automatically refills when
the engine is running.
CAUTION: The oil feed device should only be used once per starting
attempt.
4.12.4 Re-attach parts previously removed to the engine, then start it
immediately.
4.13 To Stop (Hatz)
See Graphic: wc_gr000016
4.13.1 Move engine speed control lever (a) to the STOP position.
4.13.2 Press in the STOP pin (e) for as long as it takes to stop the engine.
4.14 Operation
Pump should begin pumping water within a minute depending on
length of suction hose and height of pump above water. Longer hoses
will require more time.
If pump does not prime, check for loose fittings or air leak in suction
hose. Make sure strainer in water is not blocked.
Run engine at full speed while operating pump.
4.14.1 NEVER pump corrosive chemicals or water containing toxic
substances. These fluids could create serious health and
WARNING environmental hazards. Contact local authorities for assistance.
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Operation
4.15 Hoses and Clamps
See Graphic: wc_gr000021
Suction hoses (a) must be rigid enough not to collapse when pump is
operating.
Discharge hoses (b) are usually thin-walled collapsible hoses. Rigid
hoses similar to those used as suction hoses may also be used as
discharge hoses.
Note: Suction and discharge hoses are available from Wacker.
Contact your nearest dealer for more information.
Two clamps (c) are recommended for connection of suction hoses to
inlet coupling.
Note: This connection is important. Even a small air leak on the suction
side of pump will prevent the pump from priming.
For other hose connections, one T-bolt or worm-gear type clamp is
usually sufficient to hold hoses in place. In some cases, slight
variances in hose diameters may make it necessary to add more
clamps in order to maintain tight connections.
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Maintenance
5.
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Maintenance
5.1
Periodic Maintenance Schedule
The chart below lists basic machine and engine maintenance. Refer to
the engine manufacturer’s Operator’s Manual for additional
information on engine maintenance.
Pump
Daily
before
starting
Check and tighten external hardware.
•
Inspect for leaks between pump and
engine.
•
Remove cover and clean sediment out
of pump housing.
•
Check housing cover O-rings.
•
Inspect shockmounts for damage.
•
Wacker / Honda / Vanguard
After
first
20 hrs.
Daily
before
starting
Check fuel level.
•
Check engine oil level.
•
Inspect air filter. Replace as needed.
•
Change engine oil.
Every
50
hrs.
After
first
20 hrs.
Every
100
hrs.
Every
50
hrs.
•
Clean air cleaner.
Every
300
hrs.
Every
100
hrs.
•
•
Clean sediment cup.
•
Check and clean spark plug.
•
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Maintenance
Hatz
Daily
before
starting
After
first
20 hrs.
Change engine oil and filter.
Every
50
hrs.
•
Clean cooling air system.
Every
250
hrs.
Every
500
hrs.
•
•
Check and adjust valve clearances.
•
Clean or replace air filter.
•
Replace fuel filter.
•
5.2
Engine Oil System (Hatz)
See Graphic: wc_gr000023, wc_gr002682
Engine Oil Level
5.2.1
Check the oil with the machine standing on a level surface.
5.2.2
Clean around the dipstick.
5.2.3
Check the oil level on the extended dipstick (a). If necessary, top up
to the “max” mark.
Engine may be hot enough to cause burns! Allow engine to cool prior
to servicing.
WARNING
Changing Engine Oil
5.2.4
Change the oil with the machine standing on a level surface.
5.2.5
Run the engine for a few minutes and then stop the engine.
5.2.6
Drain the engine oil when it is still warm.
Note: In the interests of environmental protection, place a plastic sheet
and a container under the machine to collect any liquid which drains
off. Dispose of this liquid in accordance with environmental protection
legislation.
Burn hazard. Care must be taken when draining hot engine oil. Hot
oil can burn.
WARNING
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5.2.7
Unscrew the oil drain plug (b) and allow all the oil to drain into a
container.
5.2.8
Clean the oil drain plug and attach a new seal (c). Insert and tighten
the plug.
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5.2.9
Release filter screw (d) by hand and pull the oil filter out of its housing.
5.2.10 Use an air line to blow out oil filter dirt from the inside outwards.
5.2.11 Lightly oil the gaskets (c).
5.2.12 Refit the oil filter. Apply slight pressure towards the engine block and
tighten by hand.
5.2.13 Add engine oil.
5.2.14 Run for a short interval, then check at drain plug (b) for any leaks.
Tighten if necessary.
c
d
e
b
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5.3
Maintenance
Engine Oil (Wacker / Honda / Vanguard)
See Graphic: wc_gr000022
5.3.1
Drain the oil while the engine is still warm.
5.3.2
Remove the oil filler plug (a) and the drain plug (b) to drain the oil.
Note: In the interests of environmental protection, place a plastic sheet
and a container under the machine to collect any liquid that drains off.
Dispose of this liquid in accordance with environmental protection
legislation.
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5.3.3
Install the drain plug.
5.3.4
Fill the engine crankcase with the recommended oil up to the level of
the plug opening (c). See Technical Data for oil quantity and type.
5.3.5
Install the oil filler plug.
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5.4
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Air Cleaner (Wacker)
See Graphic: wc_gr000656
NEVER use gasoline or other types of low flash point solvents for
cleaning the air cleaner. A fire or explosion could result.
WARNING
CAUTION: NEVER run engine without air cleaner. Severe engine
damage will occur.
The engine is equipped with a dual element air cleaner. Under normal
operating conditions, elements should be cleaned once every week.
Under severe, dry and dusty conditions, the elements should be
maintained daily. Replace an element when saturated with dirt that
cannot be removed.
5.4.1
Remove the air cleaner cover (a). Remove the filter assembly by
pulling it straight up. Inspect both elements for holes or tears. Replace
damaged elements.
5.4.2
Wash the foam element (b) in a solution of mild detergent and warm
water. Rinse it thoroughly in clean water. Allow the element to dry
thoroughly.
5.4.3
Tap the paper element (c) lightly to remove excess dirt or blow
compressed air through the filter from the inside out. Replace the
paper element if it appears heavily soiled.
a
b
c
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5.5
Maintenance
Air Cleaner (Honda)
See Graphic: wc_gr000025
The engine is equipped with a dual element air cleaner. Service air
cleaner frequently to prevent carburetor malfunction.
CAUTION: NEVER run engine without air cleaner. Severe engine
damage will occur.
NEVER use gasoline or other types of low flash point solvents for
cleaning the air cleaner. A fire or explosion could result.
WARNING
To service:
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5.5.1
Remove air cleaner cover (a). Remove both elements and inspect
them for holes or tears. Replace damaged elements.
5.5.2
Wash foam element (b) in solution of mild detergent and warm water.
Rinse thoroughly in clean water. Allow element to dry thoroughly. Soak
element in clean engine oil and squeeze out excess oil.
5.5.3
Tap paper element (c) lightly to remove excess dirt. Replace paper
element if it appears heavily soiled.
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Air Cleaner (Vanguard)
See Graphic: wc_gr000026
Service air cleaner frequently to prevent carburetor malfunction.
CAUTION: NEVER run engine without air cleaner. Severe engine
damage will occur.
NEVER use gasoline or other types of low flash point solvents for
cleaning the air cleaner. A fire or explosion could result.
WARNING
The engine is equipped with a dual element air cleaner. To service air
cleaner:
5.6.1
Loosen cover knobs and remove cover (a) from air cleaner assembly.
Remove both elements and retainer (b). Inspect elements for holes or
tears. Replace damaged elements.
Foam element (pre-cleaner) (c):
5.6.2
Wash in solution of mild detergent and warm water.
5.6.3
Rinse thoroughly in clean water. Allow element to dry thoroughly.
5.6.4
Soak element in clean engine oil and squeeze out excess oil.
Paper element (d):
5.6.5
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Tap element lightly to remove excess dirt. Replace paper element if it
appears heavily soiled. Do not oil paper element.
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5.7
Maintenance
Air Cleaner (Hatz)
See Graphic: wc_gr000027
The filter cartridge should always be replaced after 500 operating
hours at the latest.
5.7.1
Remove the air cleaner cover (a).
5.7.2
Unscrew and remove knurled nut (b) and take off air cleaner element
(c).
5.7.3
Clean the filter compartment and the cover. Dirt and other foreign
debris must not be allowed to enter the engine's air inlet points.
The filter cartridge should either be replaced or, depending upon the
degree of contamination, cleaned or checked, as follows:
Dry Contamination:
•
Use compressed air to blow through the filter cartridge from the inside
outwards, until no further dirt emerges.
CAUTION: The air pressure must not exceed 73 psi (5 bar).
Moist or Oily Contamination:
•
Replace the filter cartridge.
Checking the Filter Cartridge:
•
Check filter cartridge's gasket surface (d) for damage.
•
Check the filter cartridge for cracks or any other type of damage to the
paper filter by holding it inclined towards the light or by shining a light
source through it.
CAUTION: If there is the slightest damage to the paper filter, do not reuse.
•
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Re-assemble the filter cartridge in reverse order.
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Spark Plug (Wacker / Honda / Vanguard)
See Graphic: wc_gr000028
Clean or replace the spark plug as needed to ensure proper operation.
Refer to the engine owner’s manual.
The muffler becomes very hot during operation and remains hot for a
while after stopping the engine. Do not touch the muffler while it is hot.
WARNING
Note: Refer to the Technical Data for the recommended spark plug
type and the electrode gap setting.
5.8.1
Remove the spark plug and inspect it.
5.8.2
Replace the spark plug if the insulator is cracked or chipped.
5.8.3
Clean the spark plug electrodes with a wire brush.
5.8.4
Set the electrode gap (a).
5.8.5
Tighten the spark plug securely.
CAUTION: A loose spark plug can become very hot and may cause
engine damage.
5.9
Sediment Cup (Honda)
See Graphic: wc_gr000029
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5.9.1
Turn the fuel valve off.
5.9.2
Remove the sediment cup (a) and the O-ring (b).
5.9.3
Wash both thoroughly in a nonflammable solvent. Dry and reinstall
them.
5.9.4
Turn the fuel valve on and check for leaks.
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Maintenance
5.10 Cleaning Fuel Strainer (Wacker)
See Graphic: wc_gr001093
5.10.1
To remove water and dirt, close the fuel lever and remove the fuel
strainer.
5.10.2
Inspect the fuel strainer (a) for water and dirt.
5.10.3
After removing any dirt and water, wash the fuel cup with kerosene or
gasoline.
5.10.4
Reinstall securely to prevent leakage.
a
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5.11 Fuel Filter (Vanguard)
See Graphic: wc_gr000030
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5.11.1
Turn fuel valve off.
5.11.2
Remove bowl (a) gasket (b) and screen (c).
5.11.3
Wash them thoroughly in a nonflammable solvent. Dry them and
reinstall.
5.11.4
Turn fuel valve on and check for leaks.
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5.12 Fuel Filter (Hatz)
See Graphic: wc_gr000031
Fuel filter maintenance intervals depend on the purity of the diesel fuel
used. If your fuel is dirty, perform this operation at 250 hours.
Danger of explosion. Diesel fuel is flammable and must be treated with
the necessary caution. Do not smoke. Avoid sparks and open flames.
WARNING
5.12.1 Remove the fuel tank cap (a) and drain fuel tank.
5.12.2 Unscrew fuel line (b) at filter (c) and insert a new filter.
5.12.3 Fit the fuel filter again and close the tank cap.
Note: Bleeding of the fuel injection system takes place automatically.
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Maintenance
5.13 Carburetor (Wacker / Honda)
See Graphic: wc_gr000032
5.13.1
Start the engine and allow it to warm up to operating temperature.
5.13.2
Set the pilot screw (a) two turns out. See Note.
5.13.3
With the engine idling, turn the pilot screw (a) in or out to the setting
that produces the highest rpm.
5.13.4
After the pilot screw is adjusted, turn the throttle stop screw (b) to
obtain the standard idle speed. See Technical Data.
Note: On some engines the pilot screw is fitted with a limiter cap (c)
to prevent excessive enrichment of the air-fuel mixture in order to
comply with emission regulations. The mixture is set at the factory and
no adjustment should be necessary. Do not attempt to remove the
limiter cap. The limiter cap cannot be removed without breaking the
pilot screw.
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Maintenance
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5.14 Carburetor (Vanguard)
See Graphic: wc_gr000033
5.14.1 Start engine and allow it to warm up to operating temperature.
5.14.2 Place throttle control in idle position. Hold carburetor throttle lever (a)
against idle speed screw. Turn idle speed screw (b) to obtain 1300
RPM.
5.14.3 While still holding carburetor throttle lever against idle speed screw,
turn idle mixture screw (c) clockwise (lean) or counterclockwise (rich)
until engine runs smoothly. Release carburetor throttle lever.
5.14.4 Adjust governed idle screw (d) to 1400 RPM. Move throttle control to
the fast position. Engine should accelerate smoothly. If it does not,
readjust carburetor, usually to a slighly richer mixture, by turning idle
mixture screw (c) 1/8 turn counterclockwise.
5.14.5 Adjust top speed screw (f) to 3500 RPM.
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Maintenance
5.15 Valve Clearances (Hatz)
See Graphic: wc_gr000034
Only carry out adjustments when the engine is cold (42–62°F / 10–
30°C).
5.15.1
Remove air cleaner cover and noise-insulating hood.
5.15.2
Remove any contamination adhering to the cover for the cylinder head.
5.15.3
Pull oil feed knob as far as the limit stop.
5.15.4
Remove screws (a) and take off the cylinder head cover with gasket
(b).
5.15.5
Remove rubber cap from the inspection hole cover (c).
5.15.6
Turn the engine over in the normal direction of rotation until the valves
are in the overlap position (exhaust valve not yet closed, inlet valve
starts to open).
5.15.7
Turn crankshaft through 360° in direction of rotation and position it
precisely at the TDC mark (d).
5.15.8
Check valve clearance with feeler gauge (e).
Note: Refer to the Technical Data for valve clearances.
5.15.9
If valve clearances require adjusting, slacken off screw (f) and turn hex
nut (g) until feeler gauge can be pulled through with just slight
resistance when screw is retightened.
5.15.10 Check the O-rings (h) on the oil feed for cracks and/or damage.
5.15.11 Fit cover for cylinder head and tighten evenly, always using a new
gasket.
5.15.12 Re-attach parts previously removed from engine.
Note: Don't forget to replace the rubber cap at the inspection hole
cover.
5.15.13 Carry out a brief test run, then check the cover for leaks.
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Maintenance
5.16 Adjusting Impeller Clearance
See Graphic: wc_gr000035
If it is necessary to replace the impeller or the volute insert, be sure
clearance between impeller and insert is adjusted correctly. The
impeller (a) should be as close to the insert (b) as possible without
rubbing against it. Clearance is adjusted by adding or removing shims
(c).
5.16.1
Remove spark plug (on units with Hatz engine, place speed control
lever in STOP position) so that engine will not start.
5.16.2
Check clearance between impeller and insert by slowly pulling starter
rope to turn impeller.
If starter rope is difficult to pull, or rubbing is heard from inside pump,
the impeller and insert are too close to each other. Remove a shim
from behind insert and check again for rubbing. Continue removing
shims until impeller turns easily.
Note: It is important not to remove too many shims or the clearance
between the impeller and insert will become too wide and pump
performance will be reduced.
As the impeller wears down, additional shims may be required to
maintain the clearance between the impeller and insert.
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5.17 Cleaning Pump
See Graphic: wc_gr000036
Clean inside of pump housing after every use.
5.17.1 Remove drain plug (a) from pump housing and drain any water left in
pump.
5.17.2 Loosen the four knobs holding the pump cover (b) and remove cover.
5.17.3 Clean out dirt and debris. Inspect impeller and volute insert for wear.
The impeller may develop sharp edges. Use care when cleaning
around impeller to avoid getting cut.
WARNING
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Maintenance
5.18 Storage
If pump is being stored for more than 30 days:
NEVER open priming plug, discharge plug, or cover when pump is hot.
WARNING
5.18.1
Remove discharge plug from pump casing and drain out any water left
in the housing after pump has cooled.
5.18.2
Remove pump cover and clean inside of pump housing. Coat inside of
pump with a light film of oil to reduce corrosion. A spray can of oil works
well for this.
5.18.3
Tape up suction and discharge ports to prevent anything from falling
into pump.
5.18.4
Change engine oil and follow procedures described in engine manual
for engine storage.
5.18.5
Cover pump and engine and store in a clean, dry area.
5.19 Accessories
Wacker offers a complete line of fittings, hoses, and clamps to properly
connect the pump to match various job conditions.
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5.20 Troubleshooting
Problem / Symptom
Pump does not take in water.
Reason / Remedy
• Not enough priming water in housing.
• Engine speed too low. Adjust speed.
• Strainer plugged. Clean strainer.
• Suction hose damaged. Replace or repair hose.
• Air leak at suction port. Check that fittings are tight
and housing cover O-rings are sealing properly.
• Pump too high above water.
• Debris collecting in pump housing. Clean pump
housing.
• Too much clearance between impeller and insert.
Pump takes in water, little or
no discharge.
• Engine speed too low. Adjust speed.
• Suction strainer partially plugged. Clean strainer.
• Impeller worn. Adjust clearance by adding shims or
replace impeller.
• Volute insert worn or damaged. Adjust clearance or
replace insert.
Suction hose leaks at inlet.
• Clamps are not sealing properly. Tighten, replace, or
add clamp.
• Hose diameter is too large.
• Hose is damaged.
Discharge hose does not stay
on coupling.
• Pressure may be too high for clamps being used.
Add another clamp.
• Hose kinked or end blocked. Check hose.
Impeller does not turn; pump
is hard to start.
• Impeller jammed or blocked. Open pump cover and
clean dirt and debris from inside of pump housing.
• Impeller and insert binding. Adjust clearance by
removing shim from behind insert.
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EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
CE-KONFORMITÄTSERKLÄRUNG
DECLARACIÓN DE CONFORMIDAD DE LA CE
DÉCLARATION DE CONFORMITÉ C.E.
WACKER CORPORATION, N92 W15000 ANTHONY AVENUE, MENOMONEE FALLS, WISCONSIN USA
AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
BEVOLLMÄCHTIGTER VERTRETER FÜR DIE EUROPÄISCHE GEMEINSCHAFT
REPRESENTANTE AUTORIZADO EN LA UNIÓN EUROPEA
REPRÉSENTANT AGRÉÉ AUPRÈS DE L’UNION EUROPÉENNE
WACKER CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT AG
Preußenstraße 41
80809 München
hereby certifies that the construction equipment specified hereunder / bescheinigt, daß das Baugerät / certifica que la máquina de
construcción / atteste que le matériel :
1.
Category / Art / Categoría / Catégorie
2.
Type - Typ - Tipo - Type
3.
Item number of equipment / Artikelnummer / Número de referencia de la máquina / Numéro de référence du matériel :
Water Pump Units
Wasserpumpen
Equipos de Bomba de Agua
Groupe Motopompe à Eau
PT 2A / PT 2H / PT 2
0009092, 0009095, 0009237, 0009094, 0009097, 0009318, 0009319, 0009320
4.
Net installed power / absolute installierte Leistung / Potencia instalada neta / Puissance installée nette :
PT 2A 4,0 kW
PT 2H 3,4 kW
PT 2 4,5 kW
Has been sound tested per Directive 2000/14/EC / In Übereinstimmung mit Richtlinie 2000/14/EG bewertet worden ist / Ha sido
ensayado en conformidad con la norma 2000/14/CE / A été mis à l’épreuve conforme aux dispositions de la directive 2000/14/CEE :
Conformity Assessment Procedure /
Konformitätsbewertungsverfahren / Procedimiento
para ensayar conformidad / Procédé pour
l’épreuve de conformité
Annex V / Anhang V
Anexo V / Annexe V
Measured sound power level / Gemessener
Schallleistungspegel / Nivel de potencia
acústica determinado / Niveau de puissance
acoustique fixé
PT 2A 101 dB(A)
PT 2H 107 dB(A)
PT 2 100 dB(A)
Guaranteed sound power level/ Garantierter
Schallleistungspegel / Nivel de potencia
acústica garantizado / Niveau de puissance
acoustique garanti
PT 2A 102 dB(A)
PT 2H 107 dB(A)
PT 2 101 dB(A)
and has been produced in accordance with the following standards:
und in Übereinstimmung mit folgenden Richtlinien hergestellt worden ist:
y ha sido fabricado en conformidad con las siguientes normas:
et a été produit conforme aux dispositions des directives européennes ci-après :
2000/14/EC
2002/88/EC
89/336/EEC
98/37/EEC
20.12.04
Date / Datum / Fecha / Date
2005-CE-PT2AH-Q.fm
William Lahner
Vice President of Engineering
Dan Domanski
Manager, Product Engineering
WACKER CORPORATION
Wacker Construction Equipment AG
·
Preußenstraße 41
· D-80809 München
· Tel.: +49-(0)89-3 54 02 - 0 · Fax: +49 - (0)89-3 54 02-3 90
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