HDS 501 C / HDS 550 C
HDS 501 C / HDS 550 C
www.karcher.com
1.272-...
5.959 - 971 / A2001210 (02/01)
HDS 501 C / HDS 550 C
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HDS 501 C / HDS 550 C
CONTENTS
Faults
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OVERVIEW
Fig. 1
1 Swivel caster with parking brake
2 Connection for high-pressure hose
3 Fuel tank inlet
4 High-pressure hose
5 Cover latch
6 Handgun
7 tank inlet for cleaning agent
8 Water connection "1" with strainer
Environmental protection
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Warranty
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Overview
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General information
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Commissioning
Filling with fuel
Filling with cleaning agent
Mounting handgun
Water connection
Drawing in water from tank
Mains connection
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Technical data
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Operation
Switching on unit
Setting cleaning temperature
Add suction of cleaning
agent
Intended use
Cleaning
Operation with cold water
Operation with hot water
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Each time after usage
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Shut-down
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Maintenance
Maintenance intervals
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Maintenance tasks
Cleaning strainer in water
connection
Cleaning strainer in low water
protection
Cleaning filter at
cleaning-agent suction hose
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Prior to initial startup, operating
manual and safety instructions
no. 5.951-949 must be consulted!
Inform retailer immediately of any
transportation damage.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Items used when working, such as
fuel, oil, cleaning agent and
contaminated maintenance
materials, are to be deposited at a
special collection point.
Packaging materials, metal and
plastic containers are to be set aside
for recycling as appropriate.
Fig. 2
1 Selector switch ON/OFF and
temperature
Fig. 3
Press down cover latch with
screwdriver or coin and turn counterclockwise to open.
To close, turn clockwise.
Fig. 4
Compartment for accessories
beneath cover
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COMMISSIONING
– Unit, piping, high-pressure hose
and connections must be in
perfect working order!
– Lock the hand brake.
Filling with fuel
– Never operate unit with fuel tank
empty! Fuel pump would
otherwise be destroyed!
Fig. 5
Only fill with diesel fuel or light fuel
oil.
Close tank cap
Wipe off excess fuel
Filling with cleaning agent
* Only use KÄRCHER products.
* Never pour in solvent
(petrol, acetone, thinner etc.)!
* Avoid contact with eyes and skin
* Pay attention to cleaning-agent
manufacturer's instructions on
safety and handling
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KÄRCHER can provide an
individual range of cleaning and
treatment agents.
Your dealer will be pleased to advise
you.
Fig. 7
Fill with cleaning agent
Mounting handgun
HDS 501 C / HDS 550 C
Drawing in water from tank
For drawing in, use 3/4 hose with
suction filter.
Max. suction height 0,5 m.
Mains connection
Refer to technical data and rating
plate for connected loads.
Fig. 6
Release handgun
Actuation of handgun switches unit
back on again.
Bleed pump if no water emerges
from high-pressure nozzle. Refer to
Faults "No build-up of pressure by
unit"
Setting cleaning temperature
– Connect spray lance to handgun
– Insert high-pressure nozzle in
union nut
– Mount and tighten unit nut
– Mount high-pressure hose at highpressure connection Fig. 1 Item 2
Water connection
For connected loads, refer to
Technical Data.
Mount supply hose at water
connection of unit.
Fig. 1 Item 8
(supply hose is not part of scope of
delivery)
Heed regulations of water company.
In accordance with DIN 1988, unit is
not to be connected directly to public
drinking water supply. Brief
connection by way of a backsiphonage preventer (part no.
6.412-578) is permitted. On
completion of work, high-pressure
cleaner is to be disconnected from
drinking water supply.
Set selector switch to "0"
Insert power plug
If an extension cable is used, this
should always be fully uncoiled and
have an adequate cross-section.
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(10 m min. 1,5 mm ,
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30 m min. 2.5 mm )
OPERATION
Switching on unit
* Never operate unit with fuel tank
empty! Fuel pump would
otherwise be destroyed!
Fig. 2
Set selector switch (1) to "I"
Unit starts up briefly and is switched
off as soon as operating pressure is
reached.
Set selector switch (1) to desired
temperature
Draw in the cleaning agent using
suction
* Use cleaning agents sparingly to
protect the environment
* The cleaning agent must be
suitable for the surface to be
cleaned.
Replace high-pressure nozzle with
included low-pressure nozzle
("CHEM"-nozzle), or switch over the
multi-use nozzle to the "CHEM"
position.
Fig. 8
Adjust the cleaning agent
concentration
Take out cleaning-agent inlet
Fig. 9
Turning strainer allows coarse
metering of cleaning agent.
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Intended use
Cleaning of: Machines, vehicles,
buildings, tools, facades, terraces,
garden tools, etc..
* Engine cleaning is only to be
performed in areas provided with
oil separator.
* Heed appropriate safety
regulations for use at petrol
stations or in other hazardous
environments.
Working with high-pressure
nozzle
Spray angle is crucial to efficiency of
high-pressure jet.
Use is normally made of 25°fan jet
nozzle (included).
Recommended nozzles, available as
accessories
– For stubborn dirt 0°full jet nozzle
– For delicate surfaces and slight
contamination 40°fan jet nozzle
– For thick layers of stubborn dirt dirt
blaster
– Nozzle with variable spray angle,
for adaptation to various cleaning
tasks variable-angle nozzle
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Cleaning
* Adjust the temperature and
cleaning agent concentration for
the surface to be cleaned
* To prevent damaging it by a too
high pressure always direct the
initial high pressure jet onto the
object to be cleaned from a
distance .
Recommended cleaning method
Loosen up dirt:
Spray on cleaning agent sparingly
and allow to react for 1...5 min
(do not allow to dry on).
Remove dirt:
Spray off loosened-up dirt with highpressure jet.
Operation with cold water
Removal of slight contamination and
rinsing
e.g.: Garden implements, terrace,
tools, etc.
Set selector switch to "I"
Operation with hot water
* Danger of scalding
We recommend the following
cleaning temperatures
– Slight contamination 30-50°C
HDS 501 C / HDS 550 C
– Protein soiling, e.g. in foodstuffs
industry max. 60°C
– Motor vehicle cleaning, machine
cleaning 60-90°C
Set selector switch to desired
temperature
MAINTENANCE
Frost will destroy unit if water is not
drained off completely!
Store unit in a frost-free location
Take unit out of service if frost-free
storage is not possible.
EACH TIME AFTER USAGE
DISCONTINUATION OF USAGE
Following operation with cleaning
agent
– Replace the low-pressure nozzle
with the high-pressure nozzle
– Set mode selector switch to "I"
– Actuate handgun and flush unit for
approx. 1 min
Stopping machine
– Set mode selector switch to "0"
– Shut off water supply
– Briefly (approx. 5 sec.) switch on
pump with selector switch
– Remove mains plug from socket
ONLY with dry hands
– Detach water connection
– Actuate handgun to depressurise
unit
– Secure the handgun, see figure 6
– Engage spray lance in cover
holder
– Roll up high-pressure hose and
cable and place in compartment
* Take care not to kink highpressure hose and cable!
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In the event of lengthy periods of
non-use or if frost-free storage is not
possible:
– Drain off water and flush out
equipment with antifreeze
– Drain cleaning fluid tank
Drain off water
– Unscrew water supply hose and
high-pressure hose
– Unscrew supply line at boiler base
and allow heating coil to drain
– Run unit for max. 1 min until pump
and lines are empty
Flushing unit with anti-freeze
– Use commercial grade antifreeze
– Observe handling instructions of
antifreeze manufacturer
– By this means, a certain degree of
corrosion protection is achieved
* Disconnect unit from mains before
carrying out any maintenance or
repair work.
* Always use genuine spare parts
Shut off unit before performing any
work, refer to AFTER USE.
Set mode selector switch to "0"
Pull power plug out of socket
Shut off water supply
Actuate handgun to depressurise
unit.
Detach water connection
Allow unit to cool down
Please consult your KÄRCHER
dealer for details of regular safety
inspection/maintenance
agreement
Maintenance intervals
Once a week
– Clean strainer in water connection
Once a month
– Clean strainer in low water
protection
– Clean filter at cleaning-agent
suction hose
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MAINTENANCE TASKS
Cleaning strainer in water
connection
– Remove strainer
– Clean in water and re-insert
Cleaning strainer in low water
protection
Fig. 10
– Unfasten union nut and detach
hose
Fig. 11
– Take out strainer
If necessary, screw in bolt M8
approx. 5mm to pull out strainer.
– Clean strainer in water
– Slide in strainer
– Mount hose
– Tighten union nut
Cleaning filter at cleaning-agent
suction hose
Fig. 9
– Pull out cleaning-agent suction
hose
– Clean filter in water and re-insert
HDS 501 C / HDS 550 C
FAULTS
Unit does not run
No mains voltage
– Check mains connection/power
cord
Unit does not build up pressure
Air in system
– Bleed pump:
* With handgun open, use selector
switch to switch unit on and off
several times.
* Check connections and lines
Strainer in water connection dirty
– Clean strainer
Insufficient water supply
– Check water supply volume (refer
to technical data)
The low pressure nozzle is mounted
or the multiple nozzle is set to
"CHEM"
– Install the high pressure nozzle or
set the multiple nozzle to "high
pressure"
Water drips out of the side of the
drain hose
Safety valve is open
– A quick opening of the safety
valve with each closing of the
handgun is normal and permitted
Unit leaking, water dripping out at
bottom
Pump leaking
– 3 droplets/min are permitted.
– In the event of a major leak, have
unit checked by After-Sales
Service.
Unit constantly switched on and
off with handgun closed
Leak in high-pressure system
– Check high-pressure system and
connections for leaks
Unit does not draw in cleaning
agent
Filter in cleaning-agent suction hose
dirty
– Clean filter
Non-return valve gummed up
– Pull the cleaning agent hose off
and detach the non-return valve
with a blunt object, see Figure 12
High-pressure nozzle is mounted
– Fit low pressure nozzle or switch
over multiple nozzle to "CHEM"
position.
Burner not ignited
Fuel tank empty
– Fill up
Lack of water
– Check water connection, check
supply lines, clean low water
protection.
Fuel filter dirty
– Replace fuel filter.
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No ignition spark
– Have unit checked by After-Sales
Service if no ignition spark is
visible through inspection glass
during operation.
Set temperature not attained
when working with hot water
Soot deposits on heating coil
– Have After-Sales Service remove
soot deposits from unit
If the problem cannot be resolved
the unit must be checked by after
sales service.
WARRANTY
The warranty terms and conditions
issued by our responsible sales
company apply in every country.
Within the warranty period, any
faults in the unit will be rectified free
of charge provided that the problem
was caused by a material defect or
manufacturing error.
The warranty only applies if the
dealer fills in, stamps and signs the
enclosed reply card when the unit is
sold and the purchaser then returns
it to the appropriate local distributor.
In the event of a warranty claim,
please contact your dealer or the
nearest authorised After-Sales
Service office and produce both
accessories and proof of purchase.
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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Safety features
* Pressure switch
The pressure switch shuts off the
unit when the handgun is closed and
causes it to cut in again when the
handgun is opened.
* Safety valve
The safety valve opens quickly with
each closing of the handgun or
when the overflow valve or the
pressure switch is defective. Then
the out-flowing water escapes. The
safety valve is set at the factory and
sealed. Adjustment can only be
made by After-Sales Service.
* Low water protection
The low water protection stops the
burner being switched on in the
event of a lack of water. A strainer
stops the protection feature
becoming dirty and requires regular
cleaning.
* Motor thermal contact
The motor thermal contact interrupts
the electrical circuit when the motor
is overloaded.
HDS 501 C / HDS 550 C
Guidelines for liquid spraying
equipment
* The accident prevention
instructions (VBG 87) Working
with Jet Stream Equipment will
apply. In accordance with these
guidelines, high-pressure spraying
equipment must be checked at
least every 12 months by an
expert and the results of the
inspection recorded in writing.
Order governing boilers
* Test pressure and design of unit
comply with Order governing
boilers as per TRD. The water
content of the heating coil is less
than 10 litres. The boiler section of
the unit is thus not subject to
installation regulations. Local
building regulations are to be
heeded.
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Performance data
Flow volume
cold/hot water
TECHNICAL DATA
Mains connection
(HDS 501 C)
Connected power
Fuse protection
(slow response)
Mains connection
(HDS 501 C)
Connected power
Fuse protection
(slow response)
Mains connection
(HDS 501 C)
Connected power
Fuse protection
(slow response)
Mains connection
(HDS 550 C)
230 V
1~50 Hz
2,2 kW
16 A
240 V
1~50 Hz
2,2 kW
15 A
240 V
1~50 Hz
2,2 kW
13 A
Operating pressure
(HDS 501 C)
cold/hot water
(using the supplied
standard nozzle)
Operating pressure
(HDS 550 C)
cold/hot water
(using the supplied
standard nozzle)
500 l/h
100 bar
120 bar
Working temperature
-Hot water
max. 90 °C
Cleaning agent suction
0-20 l/h
Burner capacity
35 kW
Recoil power of the
hand spray gun
max. 24 N
Sound level
according
to EN 60704-1
77 dB(A)
14 A
Operating agents
Fuel
Fuel oil EL or diesel
Oil quantity
0,1 l
Oil grade
engine oil
15W 40 (6.288-050)
Water connection
Supply temperature
max. 30 °C
Supply quantity
min. 600 l/h
Suction head for
withdrawal from an
open tank
0,5 m
(at a water temperature of 20°C)
Dimensions and weights
Length x width x height
940 x 600 x 740 mm
Weight
without accessories
78 kg
Fuel tank
16 l
Cleaning agent tank
8l
Connected power
Fuse protection
(slow response)
230 V
1~50 Hz
2,5 kW
HDS 501 C / HDS 550 C
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EG - KONFORMITÄTSERKLÄRUNG
Hiermit erklären wir, daß die nachfolgend bezeichnete Maschine aufgrund ihrer Konzipierung und
Bauart sowie in der von uns in Verkehr gebrachten Ausführung den einschlägigen grundlegenden
Sicherheits- und Gesundheitsanforderungen den unten aufgeführten EG-Richtlinien entspricht.
Bei einer nicht mit uns abgestimmten Änderung der Maschine verliert diese Erklärung ihre
Gültigkeit.
DÉCLARATION DE CONFORMITÉ EUROPÉENNE
Par la présente, nous déclarons que la machine ci-après répond, de par sa conception et sa construction ainsi que de par le modèle que nous avons mis sur le marché, aux exigences de
sécurité et d’hygiène en vigueur de la directive européenne.
En cas de modification de la machine effectuée sans notre accord, cette déclaration sera
caduque.
Produkt:Hochdruckreiniger
Typ:
1.890-xxx, 1.272-xxx
Seriennummer: (siehe Geräteschild, vom Kunden einzutragen)
Produit:Nettoyeur haute pression
Type:
1.890-xxx, 1.272-xxx
Numéro de série (voir plaque signalétique de l’appareil; numéro devant être inscrit par le client)
Einschlägige EG-Richtlinien
EG-Maschinenrichtlinie (98/37/EG); EG Niederspannungsrichtlinie (73/23/EWG)geändert durch
93/68/EWG; EG-Richtlinie Elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit (89/336/EWG) geändert durch
91/263/EWG, 92/31/EWG, 93/68/EWG
Angewandte harmonisierte Normen:
DIN EN 60 335-1, DIN EN 60 335-2-79, DIN EN 55 014-1:1993, DIN EN 55 014-2:1997,
DIN EN 61 000-3-2:1995, DIN EN 61 000-3-3:1995
Directives européennes en vigueur:
Directive européenne sur les machines (98/37/EG); Directive européenne sur les basses tensions
(73/23/EWG)modifiée par 93/68/EWG; Directive européenne sur la compatibilité
électromagnétique (89/336/EWG) modifiée par 91/263/EWG, 92/31/EWG, 93/68/EWG
Normes harmonisées appliquées:
DIN EN 60 335-1, DIN EN 60 335-2-79, DIN EN 55 014-1:1993, DIN EN 55 014-2:1997,
DIN EN 61 000-3-2:1995, DIN EN 61 000-3-3:1995
Angewandte nationale Normen:
Prüfgrundsätze des Hauptverbandes der gewerblichen Berufsgenossenschaft
Kehrsaugmaschinen.Es ist durch interne Maßnahmen sichergestellt, daß die Seriengeräte immer
den Anforderungen der aktuellen EG-Richtlinien und den angewandten Normen entsprechen. Die
Unterzeichnenden handeln im Auftrag und mit Vollmacht der Geschäftsführung.
Normes nationales appliquées:
La conformité permanente des appareils de série avec les exigences consignées dans les
directives actuelles de la CE et avec les normes appliquées est garantie par des mesures
internes.
Les soussignés agissent par ordre et avec les pleins pouvoirs de la Direction commerciale.
EU DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We hereby declare that the equipment described below conforms to the relevant fundamental
safety and health requirements of the appropriate EU Directives, both in its basic design and
construction as well as in the version marketed by us. This declaration will cease to be valid if
any modifications are made to the machine without our express approval.
DICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITÀ CE
Dichiariamo con la presente, che la macchina qui di seguito indicata, in base alla sua concezione
e al tipo di costruzione, e nella versione da noi introdotta sul mercato, è conforme ai relativi
requisiti fondamentali di sicurezza e di sanità delle direttive della CE.
In caso di modifica apportate alla macchina senza il nostro accordo, questa dichiarazione perde
la sua validità.
Product:High-pressure cleaner
Model:
1.890-xxx, 1.272-xxx
Serial number: (see rating plate; to be entered by customer)
Relevant EU Directives:
EU Machinery Directive (98/37/EG); EU Low-Voltage Equipment Directive (73/23/EWG)amended
by 93/68/EWG; EU Directive on Electromagnetic Compatibility (89/336/EWG) amended by
91/263/EWG, 92/31/EWG, 93/68/EWG
Harmonised standards applied:
DIN EN 60 335-1, DIN EN 60 335-2-79, DIN EN 55 014-1:1993, DIN EN 55 014-2:1997,
DIN EN 61 000-3-2:1995, DIN EN 61 000-3-3:1995
Prodotto :Pulitrice ad alta pressione
Tipo:
1.890-xxx, 1.272-xxx
Numero di serie: (Vedi targhetta d’identificazione della macchina, da compilare a cura del cliente)
Direttive CE pertinenti:
Direttiva macchine (98/37/EG); Direttiva bassa tensione (73/23/EWG)modificata dalle
93/68/EWG; Direttiva compatibilità elettromagnetica (89/336/EWG)modificata dalle 91/263/EWG,
92/31/EWG, 93/68/EWG
Norme armonizzate applicate:
DIN EN 60 335-1, DIN EN 60 335-2-79, DIN EN 55 014-1:1993, DIN EN 55 014-2:1997,
DIN EN 61 000-3-2:1995, DIN EN 61 000-3-3:1995
Relevant EU Directives:
Appropriate internal measures have been taken to ensure that series-production units conform at
all times to the requirements of current EU Directives and relevant standards. The signatories are
empowered to represent and act on behalf of the company management.
Norme nazionali applicate:
Mediante accorgimenti interni, è stato assicurato che gli apparecchi di serie siano sempre
conformi ai requisiti delle attuali direttive CE e alle norme applicate. I firmatari agiscono su
incarico e con i poteri dell’Amministrazione.
5.957-046 (06/00)
Alfred Kärcher Kommanditgesellschaft. Sitz Winnenden. Registergericht: Waiblingen, HRA 169.
Persönlich haftende Gesellschafterin. Kärcher Reinigungstechnik GmbH. Sitz Winnenden, 2404
Registergericht Waiblingen, HRB
Geschäftsführer: Dr. Bernhard Graf, Roland Kamm,
Herbert Konhäusner
stellv.:
Hartmut Jenner, Thomas Schöbinger
Alfred Kärcher GmbH & Co.
Cleaning Systems
Alfred-Kärcher-Straße 28-40
P.O.Box 160
D-71349 Winnenden
Tel.:++49 7195 14-0
Fax :++49 7195 14-2212
(Graf
Reiser
Schöbinger)
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