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Nilfisk-ALTO 30 M User's Manual
ATTIX 30 H / M / PC / XC
ATTIX 50 H / M / PC / XC
Operating Instructions
107400338 A en
ATTIX 30/50 H/M
Contents
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Important safety
instructions
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Description
2.1
2.2
Operating elements...............................................................7
Operating panel.....................................................................8
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Before starting the
cleaner
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.2
3.3
3.4
Assembling the vacuum cleaner...........................................9
Taking accessories out of the packaging *)............................9
Attaching the suction pipe holder to the suction pipe *).........9
Before starting the cleaner....................................................9
Insert the safety filter bag "H" . ...........................................10
Inserting the filter bag "M"...................................................11
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Control / Operation
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.3
4.3.1
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Applications and
methods
5.1 Techniques..........................................................................16
5.1.1 Picking up dry substances..................................................16
5.1.2 Picking up liquids.................................................................16
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After using the cleaner
6.1
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Maintenance
7.1 Maintenance plan................................................................18
7.2 Maintenance work...............................................................18
7.2.1 Emptying the dirt tank.........................................................18
7.2.2 Replacing the safety filter bag "H"........................................19
7.2.3 Replacing the filter bag "M".................................................20
7.2.4 Replacing the disposal bag "M"............................................21
7.2.5 Replacing filter element "H" (Push & Clean System)...........22
7.2.6 Replacing filter element "H" (Xtreme Clean System)...........23
7.2.7 Replacing filter element "M" (Push & Clean System)..........24
7.2.8 Replacing filter element "M" (XtremeClean System)...........25
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Troubleshooting
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Further information
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
Recycling the cleaner..........................................................27
Guarantee...........................................................................27
Tests and approvals............................................................27
EC declaration of conformity...............................................27
Technical data.....................................................................28
Optional accessories...........................................................28
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Connections........................................................................13
Connecting the suction hose...............................................13
Electrical connection..........................................................13
Switching on the vacuum cleaner........................................13
Switch „ 0-I “ *). ....................................................................13
Switch „ auto-0-I “ *).............................................................13
Suction power control *).......................................................14
Auto-On/Off-Operation - "auto" switch position *). ...............14
Cleaning the filter element .................................................15
Cleaning the filter element " Push&Clean System "
(ATTIX 30- / 50-xx PC)........................................................15
4.3.2 Cleaning the filter element " XtremeClean "
(ATTIX 30- / 50-xx XC)........................................................15
4.3.3 Check the volume flow monitor...........................................15
4.3.4 Acoustic warning.................................................................15
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
Switching the vacuum cleaner off and storage....................17
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1 Important safety instructions
Symbols used to mark
instructions
Prior to using the appliance for the first time, be sure to read
this document through and keep it ready to hand.
DANGER
Danger that leads directly to serious or irreversible injuries,
or even death.
WARNING
Danger that can lead to serious injuries or even death.
CAUTION
Danger that can lead to minor injuries and damage.
The appliance must
•only be used by persons, who have been instructed in its correct
usage and explicitly commissioned with the task of operating it
•only be operated under supervision
•not be used by children
•not be used by mentally or physically disabled persons
Before starting work, the operating staff must be informed on and
trained within:
•use of the vacuum cleaner
•risks associated with the material to be picked up
•safe disposal of the picked up material
1. Do not use any unsafe work techniques.
2. Never use the vacuum cleaner without a filter.
3. Switch off the appliance and disconnect the mains plug in the
following situations:
-- Prior to cleaning and servicing
-- Prior to replacing components
-- Prior to changing over the appliance
-- If foam develops or liquid emerges
Besides the operating instructions and the binding accident prevention regulations valid in the country of use, observe recognised regulations for safety and proper use.
Purpose and intended use
Since 1997, there is a new division of hazardous dusts and their assigned vacuum machines. These are regulatedby IEC 60335-2-69
(world wide) and by EN 60335-2-69 (European wide).
The safety label on the machine warns:
This appliance contains dust hazardous to health. Emptying and
maintenance operations, including removal of the dust collecting
means, must only be carried out by authorised personnel wearing
suitable personal protection. Operate only after the full filtration system has been fitted and checked.
Dust Class H (high). The dusts which belong to this class are:
dusts with OEL values1), all carcinogenic dusts and dusts
which are mixed with pathogenic agents. Vacuums for Dust
Class H are tested in their entirety and have a maximum degree of
permeability of 0.005%. The disposal must be dust free.
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OEL values = Occupational Exposure Limit
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Dust Class M (medium). The dusts which belong to this class
are: dusts with OEL values1) > 0.1 mg/m³ as well as saw dust.
The machine is tested in its entirety by vacuums for this dust
class. The maximum degree of permeability is 0.1% and the disposal must be low dust.
The air flow in Safety Vacuum systems has to be strictly controlled
to achieve a minimum flow rate of Vmin = 20 m/s in the suction hose.
The vacuum cleaners ATTIX 30-XH and ATTIX 50-XH are suitable
to pick up
• dry, nonflammable dust, non flammable liquids, hazadous dusts
with OEL values, carcinogenic dusts, dusts containing germs
The vacuum cleaners ATTIX 30-XH PC e ATTIX 50-XH PC are also
approved for asbestos abatement (TRGS 519).
The vacuum cleaners ATTIX 30-XM and ATTIX 50-XM are suitable
to pick up
• dry, nonflammable dust, non flammable liquids, sawdust and
hazadous dusts with OEL values > 0.1 mg/m³
The vacuum cleaners are suitable for commercial use, such as e.g.
in
• Hotels, Schools, Hospitals, Factories, Shops, Offices, Hire shops
Any other use is considered as improper use. The manufacturer accepts no liability for any damage resulting for such use. The risk for
such use is borne solely by the user.
Proper use also includes proper operation, servicing and repairs as
specified by the manufacturer.
Transport
1. Before transporting the dirt tank, close all the locks.
2. Do not tilt the cleaner if there is liquid in the dirt tank.
3. Do not use a crane hook to lift the cleaner.
Storage
1. Store the appliance in a dry place, protected from frost.
Electrical connection
1. It is recommended that the vacuum cleaner should be connected
via a residual current circuit breaker.
2. Arrange the electrical parts (sockets, plugs and couplings) and
lay down the extension lead so that the protection class is maintained.
3. Connectors and couplings of power supply cords and extension
leads must be watertight.
Extension lead
1. As an extension lead, only use the version specified by the manufacturer or one of a higher quality. See operating instructions.
2. When using an extension lead, check the minimum cross-sections of the cable:
Cable length
Cross section
< 16 A
< 25 A
2.5 mm2
up to 20 m
1.5 mm2
20 to 50 m
2.5 mm2
4.0 mm2
Maintenance, cleaning and
repair
During the following work, ensure that dust is not unnecessarily
spread around. Wear a P2 bresthing mask.
CAUTION: In the case of asbestos abatement wear additional single-use clothing.
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Clean the water level limiting device regularly and check for signs of
damage.
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Only carry out maintenance work described in the operating instructions.
Always pull the out the mains plug before cleaning and maintenance
of the vacuum cleaner.
During maintenance and cleaning, handle the vacuum cleaner in
such a manner that there is no danger for maintenance staff or other
persons.
In the maintenance area
1. Use filtered compulsory ventilation
2. Wear protective clothing
3. Clean the maintenance area so that no harmful substances get
into the surroundings.
Before removing the vacuum cleaner from the area contaminated
with harmful substances:
1. Clean the outside of the vacuum cleaner, wipe it clean or pack
the vacuum cleaner in well sealed packaging
2. and avoid spreading deposited harmful dust.
After use, in asbestos contaminated areas, the machine must be
cleaned by an authorised person according to TGRS 519.
During maintenance and repair work all contaminated parts that
could not be cleaned satisfactorily must be:
1. packed in well sealed bags
2. disposed of in a manner that complies with valid regulations for
such waste removal.
At least once a year, a Nilfisk-ALTO technician or an instructed person must perform a technical inspection including filters, air tightness and control mechanisms. According to AA.22.201.2 appliances
in class H must have their filtration efficiency checked once a year. If
the effiency of the filter does not fulfil the requirements for dust class
H, the filter must be replaced, and the new filter must be tested according to AA.22.201.2.
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Risks
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Electrical components
DANGER
Electric shock due to faulty mains connecting lead.
Touching a faulty mains connecting lead can result in
serious or even fatal injuries.
1. Do not damage the mains power lead (e.g. by driving
over it, pulling or crushing it).
2. Regularly check whether the power cord is damaged or
shows signs of ageing.
3. Have the faulty mains connecting lead replaced by your
Nilfisk-Alto service representative or a qualified electrician prior to using the appliance again.
DANGER
The upper section of the vacuum cleaner contains live
components.
Contact with live components leads to serious or even fatal
injuries.
1. Never spray water on to the upper section of the vacuum
cleaner.
CAUTION
Appliance socket .
The appliance socket is only designed for the purposes defined
in the operating instructions. The connection of different
appliances can result in damage.
1. Prior to plugging in an appliance, always switch off the vacuum cleaner and the appliance that is to be connected.
2. Read the operating instructions to the appliance to be connected and observe the safety notes contained in these.
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CAUTION
Damage due to unsuitable mains voltage.
The appliance can be damaged as a result of being connected
to an unsuitable mains voltage.
1. Ensure that the voltage shown on the rating plate corresponds to the voltage of the local mains power supply.
Picking up liquids
CAUTION
Picking up liquids.
Do not pick up flammable liquids.
1. Before liquids are picked up, always remove the filter bag/
waste bag and check that the float *) or the water level limit *)
works properly.
2. The use of a separate filter element or filter screen is recommended.
3. If foam appears, stop work immediately and empty the
tank.
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Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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Hazardous materials
WARNING
Hazardous materials.
Vacuuming up hazardous materials can lead to serious or
even fatal injuries
1. The following materials must not be picked up by the
vacuum cleaner:
-- hot materials (burning cigarettes, hot ash, etc.)
-- flammable, explosive, aggressive liquids (e.g. petrol,
solvents, acids, alkalis, etc.)
-- flammable, explosive dust (e.g. magnesium or aluminium dust, etc.)
Using the vacuum cleaner for
asbestos abatement work
Spare parts and accessories
WARNING
To pick up materials containing asbestos:
1. ATTIX 30-XH and ATTIX 50-XH can be used for picking up
asbestos.
2. Use a suction hose with a diameter of 36 mm.
Use the closable plastic sack to ensure dust-free transport of
the vacuum cleaner and contaminated parts (hose, hand pipe,
nozzles, etc.). Once the asbestos vacuum cleaner has been
used in an exclusion area as defined in TRGS 519, it should
no longer be used in so-called “white” areas. Exceptions are
only permitted if the asbestos cleaner has previously been
completely decontaminated by a specialist as specified in
TRGS 519 No. 2.7 (e.g. not only the outer case but also, for
example, the cooling air rooms, the installation rooms for
electrical supplies, the supplies themselves, etc.). A written
report must be made by a specialist and signed by him.
When picking up materials containing asbestos the exhaust
air must not be returned into the room. Use the exhaust air
socket and a hose with a length of maximum 4 m and a
nominal diameter of minimum 50 mm.
CAUTION
Spare parts and accessories.
The use of non-genuine spare parts and accessories can
impair the safety of the appliance.
1. Only use spare parts and accessories from Nilfisk-Alto.
2. Use only the brushes supplied with the vacuum cleaner
or specified in the operating manual.
Emptying dirt tank
CAUTION
Picking up environmentally hazardous materials.
Materials picked up can present a hazard to the
environment.
1. Dispose of the dirt in accordance with legal regulations.
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2 Description
2.1
Operating elements
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3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Handle with receptacle for electrical lead
Fixing point for suction pipe holder
Retaining clamp
Castor
Dirt tank
Inlet fitting
Applicance switch
Hose diameter setting
Appliance socket *)
Operating knob for filter cleaning *)
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5
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Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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2.2
Operating panel
ATTIX 30- /50-0M / PC/XC
ATTIX 30- /50-0H / PC/XC
auto
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3 Before starting the cleaner
3.1
Assembling the
vacuum cleaner
3.1.1 Taking accessories out
of the packaging *)
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3.1.2 Attaching the suction
pipe holder to the
suction pipe *)
3.2 Before starting the
cleaner
1. Take vacuum cleaner and
accessories out of the packaging.
2. The mains plug should not
yet be inserted into a socket.
3. Open the retaining clamps
(A) and remove the upper section of the vacuum
cleaner.
4. Take the accessories *) out
of the dirt tank and the packaging.
1. Attach the suction pipe holder to the suction pipe.
Depending on how hazardous the dust is, the cleaner must be fitted
with appropriate fiters.
Type of dust
Filter bag/waste bag/filter element
• Dusts with OEL values (observe any additional national
regulations)
• Carcinogenic dusts
• Dust with pathogenic agents
Recommended for safe dust
free disposal: Safety filter
bag “H“
Order No.
ATTIX 30-XH: 107400233
ATTIX 50-XH: 107400236
• Dusts with OEL values1) (observe any additional national
regulations)
• Carcinogenic dusts
• Dust with pathogenic agents
Filter bag
Order No.
ATTIX 30-XH: 302004000
ATTIX 50-XH: 302004004
• Dusts with OEL values1) (observe any additional national
regulations)
• Carcinogenic dusts
• Dust with pathogenic agents
Filter element “H”
Order No.
302000658
1)
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Optional accessories / Option depending on model
Flat filter element “H”
Order No.
107400449
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Type of dust
Filter bag/waste bag/filter element
• Dusts
with
OEL
values
>0.1 mg/m3 (observe any additional national regulations)
• Wood dusts & concrete dusts
Waste bag (5 pcs.)
Order No.
ATTIX 30-XM: 302000804
ATTIX 50-XM: 302000728
• Dusts
with
OEL
values
>0.1 mg/m3 (observe any additional national regulations)
• Wood dusts & concrete dusts
Filter bag
Order No.
ATTIX 30-XM: 302004000
ATTIX 50-XM: 302004004
• Dusts
with
OEL
values
>0.1 mg/m3 (observe any additional national regulations)
• Wood dusts & concrete dusts
Filter element “M” PC:
Order No.
302000490
Flat filter element “M” XC:
Order No.
302002842
Before picking up dust with occupational exposure limit values:
1. Check that all the filters are present and properly fitted
2. The hose diameter and the setting for the suction hose diameter
must be the same.
3. When the motor is running, hold the suction hose shut. For safety reasons, an acoustic warning sounds if the air speed in the
suction hose drops to below 20 m/s.
Insert the safety filter
bag "H"
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1. The mains plug should not
yet be inserted into a socket.
2. Open
the
retaining clamps (A) and remove the upper section
of the vacuum cleaner.
3. Insert the safety filer bag
into the dirt tank.
4. Press the safety bag connection firmly into the inlet
fitting.
5. Check that the ventilation
holes (B) remain inside the
dirt tank.
6. Fold the top edge of
the disposal bag over
the rim of the dirt tank.
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Inserting the filter bag
"M"
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7. Attach the upper section of
the vacuum cleaner.
8. Close the retaining clamps
(A). Ensure that the retaining clamps fit properly.
1. The mains plug should not
yet be inserted into a socket.
2. Open the retaining clamps
(A) and remove the upper section of the vacuum
cleaner.
3. Insert the filter bag into the
dirt tank.
4. Press the filter bag connection firmly on to the inlet
fitting.
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5. Attach the upper section of
the vacuum cleaner.
6. Close the retaining clamps
(A ). Ensure that the retaining clamps fit properly.
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4 Control / Operation
4.1 Connections
4.1.1 Connecting the suction
hose
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1. Connect the suction hose.
4.1.2 Electrical connection
1. Ensure that the cleaner is
switched off.
2. Insert the power cord into a
properly installed and fused
socket with earthing contact.
The operating voltage shown on
the rating plate must corres­pond
to the voltage of the mains power
supply.
4.2
Switching on the
vacuum cleaner
4.2.1 Switch „ 0-I “ *)
The hose diameter and the setting
for suction hose diameter must be
the same.
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Switch position
Function
0
Off
I
On
Switch position
Function
0
Off
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4.2.2 Switch „ auto-0-I “ *)
The hose diameter and the setting
for the suction hose diameter must
be the same.
auto
auto
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Optional accessories / Option depending on model
I
Auto On/Off
On / manual
mode
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4.2.3 Suction power control *)
Switch
position
Function
The suction
power control
switch allows
precise
adaptation of
the suction
power for
different
cleaning tasks.
auto
4.2.4 Auto-On/Off-Operation "auto" switch position *)
1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner.
2. Switch off the power tool.
The vacuum cleaner is switched
on and off by the power tool connected. Dirt is picked up from the
source of dust immediately.
To comply with regulations, only
approved dust producing tools
should be connected.
The maximum power consumption
of the connected electrical appliance is stated in section "Technical
data".
3. Connect the power tool and
the vacuum cleaner with a
suction hose.
4. Insert the plug of the power tool into the tool socket
on the operating panel
of the vacuum cleaner.
Before switching the switch to position „auto“, ensure that the tool
connected to the appliance socket
is switched off.
5. Switch on the vacuum cleaner. Switch in "auto" position.
6. Switch on the power tool. The
vacuum cleaner motor starts
when the connected power
tool is switched on.
When the power tool is
switched off, the vacuum
cleaner continues to run for
a short moment so that any
dust in the suction hose is
conveyed to the filter bag.
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Cleaning the filter
element
4.3.1 Cleaning the filter
element " Push&Clean
System "
(ATTIX 30- / 50-xx PC)
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Filter Cleaning System
Only for vacuum cleaning without a
filter bag and without a cloth insert
filter.
If suction performance drops:
1. Turn switch to position "I"
(maximum suction power).
2. Close the nozzles or suction
hose opening with the palm
of your hand.
3. Press the button to start filter
cleaning three times. The resulting stream of air removes
attached dust from the slats
of the filter elements.
4.3.2 Cleaning the filter
element " XtremeClean "
(ATTIX 30- / 50-xx XC)
Only for vacuum cleaning without a
cloth insert filter.
After picking up harmless dust using
the waste bag.
10 sec .
4.3.3 Check the volume flow
monitor
To ensure that suction performance is always at its best, the
filter element is automatically
cleaned during operation. We
recommend complete cleaning
if the filter element becomes extremely dirty.
1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner.
2. Close the nozzles or suction
hose opening with the palm
of your hand.
3. Turn the switch to position „I“
and let the cleaner operate
for approx. 10 seconds with
the suction hose opening
closed.
1. Check that all the filters are
present and properly fitted.
2. When the motor is running, hold the suction hose
shut. An acoustic warning
sounds after approx. 1 second.
For safety reasons, an acoustic
warning sounds if the air speed
in the suction hose drops to be-
low 20 m/s. See section "Troubleshooting"
Before picking up dust with maximum room concentration values:
4.3.4 Acoustic warning
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5 Applications and techniques
5.1
Techniques
If used correctly, additional accessories, suction nozzles and suction hoses can enhance the cleaning action and reduce the cleaning
effort.
Effective cleaning is achieved if you follow just a few guidelines in
combination with your own practical experience in special fields.
Here are some basic tips.
5.1.1 Picking up dry
substances
CAUTION!
Do not pick up flammable substances.
There must always be a safety filter bag in the tank before dry substances with maximum room concentration values are picked up.
See section"Accessories" for ordering number.
To pick up harmless dust we resommend the use of a waste bag. See
section "Accessories" for ordering number. Disposal of the picked up
material is then simple and hygenic.
After picking up liquidsm the filter element is wet. A damp filter element clogs more quickly when dry substances are picked up. For this
reason the filter element should be washed and dried or replaced by
a dry element before dry substances are picked up.
5.1.2 Picking up liquids
CAUTION!
Do not pick up flammable liquids.
Before liquids are picked up, always remove the filter bag/disposal
bag.
The use of a seperate filter element or filter screen is recommended.
If foam appears, stop work immediately and empty the tank.
To reduce the amount of foam, use foam killer Nilfisk-ALTO Foam
Stop (see section "Accessories" for order number).
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6 After finishing work
6.1
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Switching the vacuum
cleaner off and storage
A
B
C
E
1. After picking up hazardous
dust, vacuum clean the outside of the cleaner.
2. Switch off the cleaner and
pull the mains plug out of
the socket.
3. Remove the suction hose
form the vacuum cleaner
and close the inlet fitting (A)
with the plug (B).
4. Wind up the power cord
onto the handle (C). Begin winding up the cord at
the cleaner end and not the
plug end to prevent the power cord from tangling up.
5. Empty the dirt tank and
clean the vacuum cleaner.
6. After picking up liquids:
Store the upper section of
the vacuum cleaner separately so that the filter element can dry.
7. Hang the suction hose with
the floor nozzle (D) in the
brackets and pack the accessories (E) away.
8. Store the cleaner in a dry
room where it is protected
from unauthorized use.
D
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7 Maintenance
7.1
Maintenance plan
After finishing work
When required
7.2.1
Emptying dirt tank
7.2.2
Replacing the safety filter bag "H"
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7.2.3
Replacing the filter bag "M"
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7.2.4
Replacing the disposal bag "M"
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7.2.5
Replacing filter element "H" (Push&Clean)
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7.2.6
Replacing filter element "H" (XtremeClean)
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7.2.7
Replacing filter element "M" (Push&Clean)
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7.2.8
Replacing filter element "M" (XtremeClean)
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7.2 Maintenance work
7.2.1 Emptying the dirt tank
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After emptying the tank: clean the
rim of the tank and the seals in the
intermediate ring and the upper
section of cleaner before refitting
them.
If the seal or groove is dirty or damaged, the suction performance will
be reduced.
A
Before reinserting the suction hose:
clean the inlet fitting and hose collar.
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1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner and pull the mains plug
out of the socket.
2. Open the retaining clamps (A)
and remove the upper section of the vacuum cleaner.
4. Tip out the collected dirt.
5. Dispose of the dirt in accordance with legal regulations.
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6. Attach the upper section of
the vacuum cleaner.
7. Close the retaining clamps
(A). Ensure that the retaining
clamps fit properly.
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7.2.2 Replacing the safety
filter bag "H"
1. Open the retaining clamps
(A) and remove the upper section of the vacuum
cleaner.
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During the following work, ensure
that dust is not unnecessarily
spread around, Wear a P2 breathing mask.
CAUTION! In the case of asbestos
abatement wear additional singleuse clothing.
Removing the safety disposal
bag
1. Close the disposal bag with
the string (B).
2. Carefully remove the filter
bag connection from the inlet fitting.
3. Close the disposal bag connection with the slider
4. Dispose of the disposal bag
in accordance with legal
regulations.
Never use the vacuum cleaner
without a filter.
B
D
C
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Inserting the safety disposal
bag
5. Clean the dirt tank.
6. Insert the safety disposal
bag into the dirt tank.
7. Check that the ventilation
holes (C) remain inside the
dirt tank.
8. Press the bush of the new
filterbag firmly on to the inlet
fitting.
9. Fold the top edge of the disposal bag over the rim of the
dirt tank.
10. Attach the upper section of
the vacuum cleaner.
11. Close the retaining clamps
(A). Ensure that the retaining clamps fit properly.
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7.2.3 Replacing the filter bag
"M"
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Never use the vacuum cleaner
without a filter.
C
B
Inserting the filter bag:
7. Clean the dirt tank.
8. Insert the filter bag in the dirt
tank.
9. Press the bush of the new filter bag firmly on to the inlet
fitting (D).
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ø38
A
1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner and pull the mains plug
out of the socket.
3. Open the retaining clamps
(A) and remove the upper
section of the vacuum cleaner.
Removing the filter bag:
4. Carefully remove the filter
bag connection from the inlet
fitting (B).
5. Close the filter bag connection (C) with the slider.
6. Dispose of the filter bag in
accordance with legal regulations.
During the following work, ensure
that dust is not unnecessarily
spread around, Wear a P2 breathing mask.
ø 27
english
A
10.Attach the upper section of
the vacuum cleaner.
11.Close the retaining clamps
(A). Ensure that the retaining
clamps fit properly.
ATTIX 30/50 H/M
7.2.4 Replacing the disposal
bag "M"
A
A
ø36
ø38
ø 27
ø32
1. Switch off the vacuum
cleaner and pull the mains
plug out of the socket.
2. Open
the
retaining clamps (A) and remove the upper section
of the vacuum cleaner.
During the following work, ensure
that dust is not unnecessarily
spread around, Wear a P2 breathing mask.
Never use the vacuum cleaner
without a filter.
Removing the disposal bag:
3. Close the disposal bag with
string (B).
4. Carefully remove the filter
bag connection from the inlet fitting (C).
5. Close the disposal bag connection (D) with the slider.
6. Dispose of the disposal bag
in accordance with legal
regulations.
B
D
C
Inserting the disposal bag:
7. Clean the dirt tank.
8. Insert the disposal bag into
the dirt tank.
9. Check that the ventilation
holes (E) remain inside the
dirt tank.
10. Press the bush of the new
filter bag firmly on to the inlet fitting.
11. Fold the top edge of the
disposal bag over the rim of
the dirt tank.
E
A
A
ø36
ø38
ø 27
ø32
12. Attach the upper section of
the vacuum cleaner.
13. Close the retaining clamps
(A). Ensure that the retaining clamps fit properly.
21
english
ATTIX 30/50 H/M
7.2.5 Replacing filter element
"H" (Push & Clean
System)
During the following work, ensure
that dust is not unnecessarily
spread around, Wear a P2 breathing mask.
CAUTION! In the case of asbestos
abatement wear additional singleuse clothing.
ø 27
ø32
ø36
ø38
A
A
C
D
Never use the vacuum cleaner
without a filter.
B
1. Switch off the vacuum
cleaner and pull the mains
plug out of the socket.
2. Open the retaining clamps
(A) and remove the upper section of the vacuum
cleaner.
Removing the filter element:
3. Using the enclosed tool (C),
turn the filter holder (D) anticlockwise and remove it.
4. Carefully remove the filter
element.
5. Clean the filter seal (B).
Check it for damage and replace it if necessary.
6. Place the protective filter
bag over the filter element.
7. Carefully remove the filter
element and close the protective filter bag with a knot.
8. Dispose of the used filter
element in accordance with
legal regulations.
Inserting the filter element:
9. Using the enclosed tool,
attach the filter holder and
turn it clockwise to lock it.
22
ø32
ø36
ø38
A
ø 27
english
A
10. Attach the upper section of
the vacuum cleaner.
11. Close the retaining clamps
(A). Ensure that the retaining clamps fit properly.
ATTIX 30/50 H/M
7.2.6 Replacing filter element
"H" (Xtreme Clean
System)
ø 27
ø32
A
ø36
ø38
A
1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner and pull the mains plug
out of the socket.
2. Open the retaining clamps
(A) and remove the upper
section of the vacuum cleaner.
During the following work, ensure
that dust is not unnecessarily
spread around, Wear a P2 breathing mask.
CAUTION! In the case of asbestos
abatement wear additional singleuse clothing.
Never use the vacuum cleaner
without a filter.
Removing the filter elements:
3. Unscrew the screw and open
filter tension part (B).
4. Remove carefully the cassettes with filter elements.
B
B
5. Place the protective filter
bag over the filter element.
6. Carefully remove the filter
element and close the protective filter bag with a knot.
7. Dispose of the used filter element in acordance
with
legal
regulations.
C
Inserting the filter elements:
8. Insert new filter elements (C)
into the cassettes (D).
9. Attach the cassettes with the
filter elements onto the upper section of the vacuum
cleaner.
10.Fix the filter tension part (B)
and attach the screw.
D
B
23
english
ATTIX 30/50 H/M
english
A
ø36
ø38
ø 27
ø32
A
7.2.7 Replacing filter element
"M" (Push & Clean
System)
A
ø36
ø38
ø 27
ø32
A
During the following work, ensure
that dust is not unnecessarily
spread around, Wear a P2 breathing mask.
11.Attach the upper section of
the vacuum cleaner.
12.Close the retaining clamps
(A). Ensure that the retaining
clamps fit properly.
1. Switch off the vacuum
cleaner and pull the mains
plug out of the socket.
2. Open the retaining clamps
(A) and remove the upper section of the vacuum
cleaner.
Removing the filter element:
3. Turn the filter holder anticlockwise and remove it .
4. Carefully remove the filter
element.
5. Clean the filter seal (B).
Check it for damage and replace it if necessary.
Never use the vacuum cleaner
without a filter.
B
Inserting the filter element:
6. Fit the filter holder and turn
it clockwise to secure it.
7. Dispose of the used filter element in accordance with legal regulations.
24
ø 27
ø32
ø36
ø38
A
A
8. Attach the upper section of
the vacuum cleaner.
9. Close the retaining clamps
(A). Ensure that the retaining clamps fit properly.
ATTIX 30/50 H/M
7.2.8 Replacing filter element
"M" (XtremeClean
System)
english
A
A
ø36
ø38
ø 27
ø32
During the following work, ensure
that dust is not unnecessarily
spread around, Wear a P2 breathing mask.
1. Switch off the vacuum
cleaner and pull the mains
plug out of the socket.
2. Open the retaining clamps
(A) and remove the upper section of the vacuum
cleaner.
Removing the filter elements:
3. Open filter tension part (B).
4. Remove carefully the cassettes with filter elements.
Never use the vacuum cleaner
without a filter.
B
Inserting the filter elements:
5. Insert new filter elements
(C) into the cassettes (D).
6. Attach the cassettes with
the filter elements onto the
upper section of the vacuum
cleaner.
7. Fix the filter tension part
(B).
8. Dispose of the used filter elements in accordance with legal regulations.
B
C
D
B
ø 27
ø32
ø36
ø38
A
A
9. Attach the upper section of
the vacuum cleaner.
10. Close the retaining clamps
(A). Ensure that the retaining clamps fit properly.
25
ATTIX 30/50 H/M
english
8 Troubleshooting
Fault
‡ Motor does not start
‡ Motor does not run in
automatic mode *)
‡ The acoustic warning
sounds. (Reduced suction
power)
‡ No suction power during
Cause
Remedy
> Fuse of the mains socket has
blown.
• Connect mains fuse.
> Overload protection switch
has tripped.
• Switch off the vacuum cleaner
and allow it to cool for approx.
5 minutes. If the cleaner
cannot be started again,
contact the Nilfisk-Alto service
department.
> Motor is faulty.
• Have motor changed by
Nilfisk-Alto Service.
> Power tool/pneumatic tool is
defective or not connected
properly.
• Check that the power tool
works or that the plug is
inserted correctly.
> The power rating of the
electrical tool is too low.
• Note that minimum power
rating is P>40W
> Suction power selected with
suction power control*) is too
low.
• Set suction power in
accordance with section
„Setting suction power“.
> Hose diameter does not
correspond with switch
position
• Set correct switch position for
hose diameter
> Clogged suction hose/nozzle.
• Clean suction hose/nozzle
> Tank, disposal bag or filter
bag is full.
• See "Emptying tank" or
"Replacing disposal bag, filter
bag" sections.
> Filter element is clogged.
• See section „Cleaning filter
element“ and „Replacing filter
element“.
> Seal between tank and upper
section of vacuum cleaner is
faulty or missing.
• Replace seal.
> Cleaning mechanism is
defective.
• Contact Nilfisk-Alto Service.
> Tank is full.
• Switch off the cleaner. Empty
the tank.
wet cleaning
‡ Voltage fluctuations
26
> Impedance of power supply is •
too high.
*)
Connect the cleaner to another
socket closer to the fuse box.
Voltage
fluctuations
over
7% should not occur if the
impedance at the transfer point
is ≤ 0.15 Ω .
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
ATTIX 30/50 H/M
9 Further information
9.1
Recycling the cleaner
english
Make the old cleaner unusable immediately.
1. Unplug the cleaner.
2. Cut the power cord.
3. Do not discard of electrical appliances with household waste.
As specified in European Directive 2002/96/EC on old electrical and electronic appliances, used electrical goods must
be collected separately and recycled ecologically. Contact
your local authorities or your nearest dealer for further information.
9.2
Guarantee
Our general conditions of business are applicable with regard to the
guarantee.
Unauthorised modifications to the appliance, the use of incorrect
brushes in addition to using the appliance in a way other than for the
intended purpose exempt the manufacturer from any liability for the
resulting damage.
9.3
Tests and approvals
Electrical tests must be performed in accordance with the provisions
of safety regulations (BGV A3) and to DIN VDE 0701 Part 1 and Part
3. In accordance with DIN VDE 0702 these tests must be performed
at regular intervals and after repairs or modifications.
The vacuum cleaner has been approved in accordance with IEC/EN
60335-2-69.
9.4
EC declaration of
conformity
EC declaration of
conformity
Nilfisk-Advance A/S
Industrivej 1
DK-9560 Hadsund
Product:
Vacuum cleaner for wet and dry operation
Model:
ATTIX 30 -/50 -/0H/0M/PC/XC
ATTIX 30 -/50 -/2H/2M/PC/XC
Description:
110/230-240V 50Hz
The design of the appliance
corresponds to the following
pertinent regulations:
EC Machine Directive 2006/42/EC
EC Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC
EC EMC Directive 2004/108/EC
Applied harmonized standards:
EN ISO 12100-1, EN ISO 12100-2
EN 60335-2-69
EN 55014-1, EN 55014-2, EN 61000-3-2
Applied national standards and
technical specifications:
DIN EN 60335-1
DIN EN 60335-2-69
Dipl. Ing. Wolfgang Nieuwkamp
Tests and approvals
Hadsund, 01.12.2008
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ATTIX 30/50 H/M
english
9.5
Technical data
ATTIX 30-50 Safety
Voltage
V
Mains frequency
Hz
Fuse
A
Power consumptionIEC
W
EU
GB 230/240 V
GB 110 V
230
230/240
110
50
16
13
32
1200
1000
30-0H PC/XC
30-0M PC/XC
50 0H PC/XC
50-0M PC/XC
30-2H PC/XC
30-2M PC/XC
50-2H PC/XC
50-2M PC/XC
Connected load for
appliance socket
W
–
–
2400 (EU)
1750 (GB 230/240)
1400 (GB 110V)
Total connected
load
W
1200 (EU, GB 230/240)
1000 (GB 110V)
3600 (EU)
2950 (GB 230/240)
2400 (GB 110V)
Air flow rate
m3/h
l/min
222 (EU, GB 230/240) / 192 (GB 110V)
3700 (EU, GB 230/240) / 3200 (GB 110V)
Vacuum
hPa
250 (EU, GB 230/240)
230 (GB 110V)
Sound pressure
dB(A)
level at a distance of
1 m, EN 60704-1
62
Working sound level dB(A)
59
Power cord: Length
7,5
2) (GB 110 V)
4) (EU)
5) (GB 230/240)
Power cord: Type
1) (EU)
2) (GB 110 V)
5) (GB 230/240)
Protection class
1) (EU)
3) (GB110V)
5) (GB 230/240
I
Type of protection
IP X4
Radio interference
level
EN 55014-1
Tank volume
l
30
45
30
45
Width
mm
380
Depth
mm
450
Height
mm
595
750
595
750
Weight
kg
10
11
10 (PC)
12 (XC)
11 (PC)
12 (XC)
3) = H07BQ-F
3G2,5
4) = H07RN-F 3G1,5
5) = H05RR-F
3G1,5
1) = H05RR-F 3G1,5
2) = H05BQ-F 3G1,0
CAUTION! Only use the cables mentioned
9.6
Optional accessories
Description
Order No.
Safety filter bag "H" ATTIX 30 (5 pcs.)
107400233
Safety filter bag "H" ATTIX 50 (5 pcs.)
107400236
Fleece filter bag ATTIX 30 (5 pcs.)
302004000
Fleece filter bag ATTIX 50 (5 pcs.)
302004004
Zylindrical H-filter element PC
302000658
Zylindrical M-filter element PC
302000490
Flat H-filter element XC (2 pcs.)
107400449
Flat M-filter element XC (2 pcs.)
302002842
Motor Cooling air filter
302003721
Blowing adapter
302003717
Cloth insert filter ATTIX 30,50
302000525
Nilfisk-Alto-Foam-Stop (6x1l)
8469
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HEADQUARTER
DENMARK
Nilfisk-Advance Group
Sognevej 25
2605 Brøndby
Denmark
Tel.: (+45) 43 23 81 00
Fax: (+45) 43 43 77 00
E-mail: mail@nilfisk-advance.dk
SALES COMPANIES
AUSTRALIA
Nilfisk-ALTO
48 Egerton St.
PO box 6046
Silverwater NSW 2128
Australia
Tel.: (+61) 2 8748 5966
Fax: (+61) 2 8748 5960
AUSTRIA
Nilfisk-Advance GmbH
Nilfisk-ALTO
Metzgerstrasse 68
A-5101 Bergheim bei Salzburg
Tel.: (+43) 662 456 400-0
Fax: (+43) 662 456 400-34
E-mail: info@nilfisk-alto.at
www.nilfisk-alto.at
BELGIUM
Nilfisk-ALTO
Division of Nilfisk-Advance n.v-s.a.
Dornveld/Sphere Business Park
Industrie Asse 3, nr 11 – bus 41
1731 Zellik-Asse
Belgium
Tel.: (+32) 02 467 60 50
Fax: (+32) 02 466 61 50
E-mail: info.be@nilfisk-alto.com
CANADA
Clarke Canada
Part of the Nilfisk-Advance Group
4080 B Sladeview Crescent, Unit 1
Mississauga, Ontario L5L 5Y5
Canada
Tel.: (+1) 905 569 0266
Fax: (+1) 905 569 8586
CZECH REPUBLIC
ALTO Ceskà republika s.r.o.
Zateckých 9
14000 Praha 4
Czech Republic
Tel.: (+420) 24 14 08 419
Fax: (+420) 24 14 08 439
E-mail: info@alto-cz.com
DENMARK
Nilfisk-ALTO
Division of Nilfisk-Advance A/S
Industrivej 1
9560 Hadsund
Denmark
Tel.: (+45) 72 18 21 00
Fax: (+45) 72 18 21 11
E-mail: salg@nilfisk-alto.dk
E-mail: service@nilfisk-alto.dk
www.nilfisk-alto.dk
Nilfisk-ALTO Food Division
Division of Nilfisk-Advance A/S
Blytækkervej 2,
9000 Aalborg
Denmark
Tel.: (+45) 72 18 21 00
Fax: (+45) 72 18 20 99
E-mail: scanio.technology@nilfisk-alto.dk
www.nilfisk-alto.com
FRANCE
Nilfisk-ALTO
ALTO France SAS
Aéroparc 1 , 19 rue Icare
67960 Entzheim
France
Tel.: (+33) 3 88 28 84 00
Fax: (+33) 3 88 30 05 00
E-mail: info@nilfisk-alto.fr
www.nilfisk-alto.com
GERMANY
Nilfisk-ALTO
Division of Nilfisk-Advance AG
Guido-Oberdorfer-Str. 10
89287 Bellenberg
Germany
Tel.: (+49) (0) 180 5 37 37 37
Fax: (+49) (0) 180 5 37 37 38
E-mail: info@nilfisk-alto.de
www.nilfisk-alto.de
GREECE
Nilfisk-Advance SA
8, Thoukididou str.
164 52 Argiroupolis
Greece
Tel.: (+30) 210 96 33443
Fax: (+30) 210 96 52187
E-mail: nilfisk-advance@clean.gr
HOLLAND
Nilfisk-ALTO
Division of Nilfisk-Advance BV
Camerastraat 9
NL-1322 BB Almere
Tel.: (+31) 36 5460 760
Fax: (+31) 36 5460 761
E-mail: info@nilfisk-alto.nl
www.nilfisk-alto.nl
HONG KONG
Nilfisk-Advance Ltd.
2001 HK Worsted Mills Ind‘l Bldg.,
31-39 Wo Tong Tsui St.
Kwai Chung, Hong Kong
Tel.: (+852) 2427 5951
Fax: (+852) 2487 5828
HUNGARY
Nilfisk-Advance Kereskedelmi Kft.
II. Rákóczi Ferenc út 10
2310 Szigetszentmiklos-Lakihegy
Hungary
Tel.: (+36) 24 475 550
Fax: (+36) 24 475 551
E-mail: info@nilfisk-advance.hu
Sales: ertekesites@nilfisk-advance.hu
Service: service@nilfisk-advance.hu
www.nilfisk-advance.hu
ITALY
Nilfisk-ALTO
Divisione di Nilfisk-Advance A/S
Località Novella Terza
26862 Guardamiglio (LO)
Italy
E-mail: d.puglia@nilfisk-advance.it
JAPAN
Nilfisk-Advance, Inc.
1-6-6 Kita-shinyokohama, Kouhoku-ku,
Yokohama, 223-0059
Japan
Tel.: (+81) 45 548 2571
Fax: (+81) 45 548 2541
MALAYSIA
Nilfisk-Advance Sdn Bhd
Sd 14, Jalan KIP 11
Taman Perindustrian KIP
Sri Damansara
52200 Kuala Lumpur
Malaysia
Tel.: (+60) 3 603 6275 3120
Fax: (+60) 3 603 6274 6318
NORWAY
Nilfisk-Advance AS
Bjørnerudveien 24
1266 Oslo
Norway
Tel.: (+47) 22 75 17 70
Fax: (+47) 22 75 17 71
E-mail: info@nilfisk-alto.no
www.nilfisk-alto.no
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Nilfisk-Advance (Shenzhen) Ltd
Block 3, Unit 130, 1001 Honghua Road
Int. Commercial & Trade Center
Fuitian Free Trade Zone
518038 Shenzhen P.R. China
Tel.: (+86) 755 8359 7937
Fax: (+86) 755 8359 1063
POLAND
Nilfisk-Advance Sp. Z.O.O.
05-800 Pruszków
ul. 3-go MAJA 8
Poland
Tel.: (+48) 22 738 37 50
Fax: (+48) 22 738 37 51
info@nilfisk-alto.pl
www.nilfisk-alto.pl
PORTUGAL
Nilfisk-ALTO
Division of Nilfisk-Advance Lda
Sintra Business Park
Zona Industrial da Abrunheira
Edificio 1, 1° A
P-2710-089 Sintra
Tel.: (+35) 808 200 537
Fax: (+35) 121 911 2679
E-mail: mkt@nilfisk-advance.es
www.nilfisk-alto.com
RUSSIA
Nilfisk-Advance LLC
127015 Moskow
Vyatskaya str. 27, bld. 7
Russia
Tel.: (+7) 495 783 96 02
Fax: (+7) 495 783 96 03
E-mail: info@nilfisk-advance.ru
SINGAPORE
Nilfisk-Advance Pte. Ltd.
Nilfisk-ALTO Division
40 Loyang Drive
Singapore 508961
Tel.: (+65) 6 759 9100
Fax: (+65) 6 759 9133
E-mail: sales@nilfisk-advance.com.sg
SPAIN
Nilfisk-ALTO
Division of Nilfisk-Advance S.A.
Torre D'Ara
Paseo del Rengle, 5 Pl. 10
E-08302 Mataró
Tel.: (+34) 902 200 201
Fax: (+34) 93 757 8020
E-mail: mkt@nilfisk-advance.es
www.nilfisk-alto.com
SWEDEN
ALTO Sverige AB
Member of Nilfisk-Advance Group
Aminogatan 18, Box 4029
S-431 04 Mölndal
Sweden
Tel.: (+46) 31 706 73 00
Fax: (+46) 31 706 73 40
E-mail: info@nilfisk-alto.se
www.nilfisk-alto.se
TAIWAN
Nilfisk-Advance Taiwan Branch
No. 5, Wan Fang Road
Taipei
Taiwan, R.O.C.
Tel.: (+886) 227 002 268
Fax: (+886) 227 840 843
THAILAND
Nilfisk-Advance Co. Ltd.
89 Soi Chokechai-Ruammitr
Viphavadee-Rangsit Road
Ladyao, Jatuchak, Bangkok 10900
Thailand
Tel.: (+66) 2 275 5630
Fax: (+66) 2 691 4079
TURKEY
Nilfisk-Advance Profesyonel Temizlik
Ekipmanları Tic. AŞ.
Necla Cad. Nl.: 48
Yenisahra /Kadiköy
Istanbul
Turkey
Tel.: (+90) 216 470 08 – 60
Fax: (+90) 216 470 08 – 63
www.nilfisk-advance.com
UNITED KINGDOM
Nilfisk-ALTO
Division of Nilfisk-Advance Ltd.
Bowerbank Way
Gilwilly Industrial Estate
Penrith Cumbria CA11 9BQ
Great Britain
Tel.: (+44) (0) 1768 868995
Fax: (+44) (0) 1768 864713
E-mail: sales@nilfisk-alto.co.uk
www.nilfisk-alto.co.uk
VIETNAM
Nilfisk-Advance Representative Office
No. 46 Doc Ngu Str.
Ba Dinh Dist.
Hanoi
SR. Vietnam
Tel.: (+84) 4 761 5642
Fax: (+84) 4 761 5643
E-mail: nilfisk@vnn.vn
USA
ALTO Cleaning Systems Inc.
Part of the Nilfisk-Advance Group
12249 Nations Ford Road
Pineville, NC 28134 USA
Tel.: (+1) 704 971 1240
Fax: (+1) 704 971 1241
E-mail: info@altocsi.com
Clarke
2100 Highway 265
Springdale, AR 72764
USA
Tel.: (+1) 479 750 8450
Fax: (+1) 479 750 4540
E-mail: customerservice@clarkeus.com
www.ClarkeUS.com
Clarke American Sanders
2100 Highway 265
Springdale, AR 72764
USA
Tel.: (+1) 479 750 1000
Fax: (+1) 479 750 4540
E-mail:
customerservice@americansanders.com
www.AmericanSanders.com
American Lincoln
1100 Haskins Road
Bowling Green, OH 43402
USA
Tel.: (+1) 419 352 7511 option 2
Fax: (+1) 419 373 4221
E-mail:
customerservice@americanlincoln.com
www.AmericanLincoln.com
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