PONCEUSE A BANDE DE 100 mm / DISQUE

CUT-OFF SAW
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USER MANUAL
(Fox model F20-140A)
Cut-off saw (FOX model F20-140A)
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Safety instructions
General safety instructions
Specific safety instructions for cut-off saw
Environment protection
Symbols
Electrical connections
Recommended use
Technical specifications
Noise conditions
Cut off photos
Removal of package
Machine description
Lock pin of the head
Controls and adjustments
A. On/Off switch
B. Vice
C. Angle cut
D. Adjustment of the lowering of the disc
E. Transport handle
Functioning
Replacement of the disc
Maintenance
A. Check and replacement of the carbon brushes
Malfunctions
Serracon Guarantee
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION:
Besides following the instructions mentioned in this manual, when using electric equipment you
must always observe all safety precautions to prevent risk of fire, electric shock and personal
injury.
Read this instruction manual before use and keep it carefully.
Working with an electric machine can be dangerous if you do not follow suitable safety
measures. As for any electric machine with moving parts, the use of a tool entails some risks. If
you use the machine as prescribed in this manual, you pay careful attention to the work you are
doing, you observe the regulations and you use the suitable personal devices of protection, you
can reduce the probability of risk. The possible remaining risks are related to:
1 – direct or in direct contacts with electrical shock
2 – injuries due to contact with moving parts
3 – injuries due to contact with angular parts
4 – injuries due to the ejection of tool parts or of the material you are processing
5 – injuries due to noise
The probability of risk can be reduced by the machine safety equipment of the machines, as for
example the protections, the blade case, the clamping, the stoppage and the personal
protection devices as protective goggles, the dust mask, ear plugs, protective shoes and gloves.
However, even the best protection devices cannot protect you from the risks due to lack of good
sense and attention. Have always good sense and observe the necessary precautions. Carry
out only the works that you consider safe. DO NOT FORGET: everyone is responsible for his
safety.
This tool has been designed for specific purposes. FEMI recommend you not to modify it or use
it for purposes different from the ones for which it has been manufactured. If you have any
doubts regarding specific applications, do not use the machine before having contacted FEMI
and received our instructions.
READ AND KEEP THIS MANUAL
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GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Keep the work surface clean. If the work area or surface is busy the probability of injuries
is higher.
2.
Do not use the machine in dangerous environment conditions. In order to prevent electric
shock, do not expose the machine to rain and do not use it in a damp area. Keep the
work area illuminated. Do not use the machine near gas or inflammable substances.
3.
Connect the dust collection device. If the machine is provided with a dust collection
device, make sure that this system is connected and correctly used.
4.
Keep unknown persons and children away from the machine. All unknown persons and
children must keep a safe distance from the work area.
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Protect yourself from electric shock. Avoid any contact with earthing surfaces.
6.
Handle the power supply cable with care. Do not pull the electric cable to disconnect it
from the plug. Keep the electric cable away from heat, oil and sharp edges.
7.
Use extension cables designed for outdoor use. When using the machine outdoors, use
only extension cables suitable for outdoor use, having specific indications.
8.
Be vigilant. Check carefully what you are doing, have good sense. Do not use the
machine if you are tired.
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Do not use the machine if you are have taken medicines, alcohol, drugs.
10. Avoid accidental starts. Be sure that the switch is on the OFF position before inserting the
plug into the socket.
11. Wear appropriate clothing. Do not wear loose-sleeved garments or pieces of jewellery
which may get caught in the moving parts. For outdoor use we recommend non-slip shoes.
Use headgear to cover hair if necessary.
12. Use always personal protection devices: wear protective goggles and masks in case
dust or sawdust is produced. Wear ear muffs or plugs in noisy areas. Wear gloves when
handling parts with sharp edges.
13. Do not be off balance over the machine. Always keep stand firmly.
14. Ask for advices to expert and qualified people if you are not familiar with using such a
machine.
15. Remove the tools you do not use from the workbench. If you do not use the tools, you
must arrange them in a dry area which is locked and away from the reach of children.
16. Do not force the machine. You can obtain better and safer results if you use the machine
at the cutting pressure for which it has been designed.
17. Use the suitable tool. Do not use a small tool for an intensive job. Fox example, do not
use a circular saw to cut branches or stumps.
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18. Block the piece. If possible, use C-clamps or a holder to fix the piece. It is safer than using
only your hands.
19. Keep the tools in perfect conditions. Keep the tools sharp and clean to obtain better and
safer results. Follow the instructions to grease and change the accessories. Check
regularly the electric cable and change it if it is damaged. Keep the handles and the
handgrips dry, clean, unoiled and ungreased.
20. Disconnect the tool from electricity if you do not use it, before maintenance and change of
the accessories or tools such as blades, drills, mills, etc.
21. Remove locking and adjustment wrenches from the workbench. Get used to check if the
locking and adjustment wrenches have been removed before starting it.
22. Check the parts of the tool to verify that there are not any damages. Before using the
machine, check if the safety devices or any other parts are damaged in order to be sure
that it works properly and that it can accomplish the tasks for which it has been designed.
Check that the moving parts are aligned, do not stop and are not broken. Check the
assembly and any other condition that can influence the functioning of the machine. Any
part or protection damaged must be repaired or changed from an authorised after sales
centre. Do not use the machine if the switch does not work properly.
23. Use the machine, the tools and accessories in the way and for the purposes mentioned i
this manual. Different uses and parts can cause possible risks for the operator.
24. Get the machine repaired by a qualified person. This electric tool is in compliance with
local safety regulations. The machine must be repaired only by qualified people who use
original spareparts, otherwise risks may arise for the operator.
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SPECIFIC SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR CUT-OFF SAWS
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ALWAYS disconnect the cut-off saw from the socket before any repair, maintenance
work, cleaning, replacement of the saw blade or any kind of intervention.
DO NOT START the cut-off saw until it is completely assembled and installed according
to the instructions of this manual, the protection devices are assembled and working, and
the various lock handles are firmly tightened. Be sure that the lock screw of the disc is
firmly tightened.
PLACE the cut-off saw on a plane and horizontal surface to avoid dangerous oscillations
or movements.
KEEP your hands away from the disc’s track and area.
CORRECTLY FIX the workpieces. The workpiece must be straight and properly blocked
to avoid any movement and to prevent the workpiece from jamming at the end of the
cutting.
NEVER CUT freehand.
BE SURE that the disc is completely still before removing or fixing the workpiece or
before changing its angle.
ALWAYS CHECK that the disc is not cracked or damaged before using this tool.
Immediately change the disc if it is cracked or damaged.
ONLY USE reinforced and recommended abrasive discs.
CHECK that the speed of the disc you are assembling is bigger than the one of the
machine, only use discs that can bear a speed of 3900 RPM.
CORRECTLY CLEAN the flanges and the supporting surfaces of the disc before
assembly.
PROPERLY TIGHTEN the lock screw to prevent the disc from slipping, while being
careful not to damage the disc by deforming the contact surfaces with the flanges.
ONLY USE disc flanges intended for this tool.
MAKE the cut-off saw work without cutting after changing the disc to check that it works
correctly.
ALWAYS MAKE the tool work for about a minute before cutting. If the disc has a crack or
a fault which is not visible, it can break within a minute.
BE SURE that the abrasive disc is not in contact with the workpiece before starting the
tool.
LET the motor run at its normal speed before using it.
ALWAYS USE the protective cap and be sure that it is perfectly efficient.
ALWAYS USE ear protection devices, protective goggle, the dust mask and protective
shoes.
SLOWLY LOWER the disc until it come into contact with the workpiece, then lower it
more quickly during cutting. Always keep the disc in contact with the workpiece, in order
to prevent it from becoming oval. If the disc is oval, besides causing mediocre cuts, can
entail dangerous breakings.
LEAN on supports the ends of big and heavy workpieces, in order to prevent the
workpiece from falling and the risk of injuries.
USE this tool only for ferrous materials. DO NOT CUT wood, aluminium or magnesium.
PLACE the tool while taking into account the throw of glowing sparks.
REGULARLY CHECK if the power supply cable is damaged, and if it is the case get it
repaired by an authorised after-sales centre. Regularly check the extension leads and
change them if they are damaged.
IMMEDIATELY STOP the saw and disconnect it from the power supply if you realize
that any part is damaged or faulty. Get the faulty part changed by an after-sales centre.
Only use spareparts and accessories recommended by us.
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ENVIRONMET PROETCTION
INFORMATION FOR USERS
In accordance with art. 13 of Legislative Decree 25th July 2005, no. 151 “Implementation of
Directives 2002/95/EEC, 2002/96/EEC and 2003/108/EEC, relative to reducing the use of
hazardous substances in electric and electronic appliances and the disposal of waste”, please
take note of the following:
 The crossed out wheelie bin symbol found on the appliance or the packaging indicates
that the product must be disposed separately from ordinary household waste when it
reaches the end of its working life.
 The user must consign the unwanted appliance to an authorised waste disposal centre for
electric and electronic goods, or alternatively, hand it over to the relative dealer at the
moment of purchasing a new appliance of the same type on a basis of a one to one ratio.
 Differentiated disposal to enable possible recycling or environmentally compatible
elimination of the appliance, helps to limit undesirable effects on health and environment
and promotes the reuse and/or recycling of the materials that compose the appliance.
WARNING!
In accordance with the relative legislation in force in the country of use, sanctions will be
imposed on the user if the appliance is disposed of illegally.
SYMBOLS
Read the instruction manual carefully
Use personal protection devices (goggles, dust mask
earphones)
It is forbidden to put your hands in this area. Danger of dragging/cutting.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Use 230 V 50 Hz alternate voltage equipped with a earthing conductor to supply your machine.
Ensure that the power supply corresponds to this voltage, that it is protected by a differential
and magnetothermal switch, and that the earthing system is efficient. If your machine does not
work when connected to a socket, check carefully the power supply features.
Use an extension cable in order to connect the machine to the power supply.
EARTHING INSTRUCTIONS
Socket with earthing
system
Earth conductor
Machine’s plug
If the tool does not work properly or in case of short-circuit, the earthing system provides the
current with a less resistance path and reduces the risk of electric shock. This tool has a plug
to which a supply or extension cable must be connected, which in turn must be connected to a
socket correctly installed and earthed, in conformity with local standards and regulations. Be
sure that your earthing system is in good conditions and that your plug is protected by a
differential and magnetothermal switch.
Do not modify the plug of the machine. If it does not enter the socket, get a suitable plug
installed by a qualified person. If the earthing conductor is not correctly connected the risk of
electric shock can occur. The conductor which has the green insulating jacket (with or without
a yellow line) is the earthing conductor. If you must repair or change the supply cable, do not
connect the earthing conductor to a low tension terminal.
Consult a qualified electrician or a person in charge of the maintenance if you have not
understood or you have some doubts on the earthing instructions.
If the supply cable is damaged it must be changed by qualified people. Do not switch on the
machine if the supply cable is damaged.
This tool is provided with a plug which must connected to a suitable socket.
EXTENSION LEADS
Only use three conductors extension leads, with a plug with two plugs and a earthing contact
and sockets with two holes and a earth corresponding to the plug of the tool. When using an
electric tool at a remarkable distance from the power supply, use an extension lead with
sufficient dimensions to transport the current which the tool needs. If the extension lead has
not the sufficient dimensions a voltage drop can occur, thus causing an overheating and a
voltage loss. You can only use extension leads in compliance with CE standards.
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Extension lead length: up to 15 m
Cable dimensions: 3 x 2,5 mm²
Before using any kind of extension lead, check there are not bare wires and that the insulation
is not cut or worn. Repair and change immediately it if it is damaged or worn.
WARNING:
Extension lead must be arranged away from the working area in order that they do not get in
touch with the workpieces, the tool or other parts of the machine, thus creating possible risks.
WARNING:
KEEP THE TOOLS AND THE EQUIPMENT AT A SAFE DISTANCE FROM CHILDREN
RECOMMENDED USE
This machine has been manufactured only for cutting metal ferrous materials.
You must use a suitable abrasive disc which has a maximum diameter of 355 mm.
You can cut a diameter of 127m or a rectangle 127x152 mm.
The lock clamp of the workpiece can be rotated in order to cut from 0 to 45°.
This tool is not suitable for cutting other metal materials or non metal materials.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Engine power:
Voltage and frequency:
Speed without cutting:
Abrasive disc:
External diameter:
Bore diameter:
Capacity at 90° (with clamp)
Circle:
Rectangle:
Square:
Paking dimensions
Height:
Width:
Length:
Vibrations hand arm (with load):
Weight:
2000 W
230 V – 50 Hz
3000 RPM
355 mm
30 mm
127 mm
127 x 152 mm
127 x 127 mm
430 mm
340 mm
600 mm
2.26 m/sec2
18 kg
NOISE CONDITIONS
The noise emitted, measured in conformity with the standards EN 3744 and EN 11201 is:
- Sound pressure level LpA = 94,3 dB(A)
- Sound power level LWA = 107,3 dB(A)
- Uncertainty of measurement K = 3 dB
We recommend you to use ear protection devices.
The sources of the noise of the saw are: the electric engine and its ventilation system, the blade
and the material to be cut.
We advise you to control the engine, its ventilation system and the aspiration passages. As far
as the saw blade is concerned, it is preferable to use silenced type of blades and to keep them
in good conditions. We recommend to use the correct saw blade and to keep firmly the
workpiece to be cut. As far as the gears are concerned, you have only to check periodically their
consumption by verifying the play with the saw blade.
Noise levels are emission levels and do not necessarily indicate safe working conditions. Even if
there is a connection between emission levels and exposure levels, the first ones cannot be
used to determine safely if other precautions are necessary. The factors that can influence the
actual exposure level of the operator include the exposure length, environment features and
other sources of noise, as for example the number of machines and operations present.
Besides, exposure levels can change from country to country. However, these instructions
enable the user of the machine to better evaluate the dangers and risks.
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CUT OFF SAW PHOTOS
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REMOVAL OF PACKAGE
The cut-off saw is delivered completely assembled inside the package.
Remove the cut-off saw from the package, check that nothing is missing or damaged.
In case there are any faulty or damaged parts do not use it in order not to compromise the
efficiency and the safety of the machine. Address to an authorised after-sales centre to change
faulty parts.
MACHINE DESCRIPTION
The cut-off saw F20-140A cuts all ferrous materials.
The 2000 W powerful engine allows you to cut rapidly. The fixed metal protective cap and the
metal-sheet moving ones constitute the protective devices for the user. The lock clamp can turn
from 0 to 45° for angle cuts (Fig.1).
1. Trigger switch
2. Safety button
3. Arbor lock lever
4. Arm stop
5. Arm release knob
6. Abrasive wheel
7. Lower guard
8. Motor
9. Upper Guard
10. Base
11. Spark shield
12. Depth cutting adjustement screw
13. Fence
14. Adjustable vise handle
15. Quick release lever
16. Adjustable vise handle
17. Grounded power cord
18. Wheel wrench holder
19. Wheel wrench
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HEAD LOCK PIN
Inside the package the cut-off saw has the head lowered and is kept in this position by the pin 10
(Fig.2) indicated by the arrow in the side figure. To unlock it push the head lightly downwards,
pull the pin to the exterior and raise the head. You must lock the head in a low position also
before transport.
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CONTROLS AND ADJUSTMENTS
ON/OFF SWITCH (Fig.3)
The cut-off saw is provided with an ON/OFF switch that is located on the handle of the machine.
To start the saw, push button A first, then push button B. To stop it, release button B.
VICE (Fig.4)
You can rapidly and easily block the piece through the vice as explained below:
1. Raise the part (A) that frees the threaded pin (C).
2. Extract the screw (C) with the handle (D) enough for placing the workpiece in the opening
of the clamp and against the fixed jaw. NOTICE: when the half nut (A) is raised the pin
(C) is free and it is not necessary to screw it to move it, it is enough to pull it or push it.
3. Make the moving jaw come into contact with the workpiece by pushing the handle (D)
inside.
4. Put the part (A) in its initial position, and through the handle (D), screw it to properly block
the workpiece in the vice.
ANGLE CUT (Fig.5 - 6)
1. Loosen the two hexagonal screws (G) and turn the back fixed jaw (H) according to the
desired angle (from 0 to 45°). Then tighten the two hexagonal screws (G). The front part
of the vice (F) will turn and will automatically align with the workpiece during the blocking
of the workpiece.
2. The following figure illustrates the workpiece blocked in the vice for a typical operation of
angle cut.
ADJUSTMENT OF THE LOWERING OF THE DISC (Fig.7)
You can use the screw (A) for lowering the abrasive disc. To adjust it you must loosen the nut
(B), tighten or loosen the screw (A) clockwise or anti-clockwise according to your needs and
then block the counter-nut again (B).
You must carry out this adjustment to adapt cutting capacity to the consumption of the disc and
when assembling a new disc, in order to avoid cutting the base.
TRANSPORT HANDLE (Fig.8)
To transport the tool, you must block the head down through the locking pin 10, then use the
handle illustrated in the picture to lift it and move it.
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FUNCTIONING
After correctly blocking the piece to be cut in the vice,
start the machine and let the motor run at its maximum
speed. Slowly lower the disc (A), until it comes into
contact with the piece to be cut (B). Exert a constant
pressure on the disc to avoid any skipping that could
make the disc oval and thus compromise cutting quality
and also break the disc.
The result is better when the workpiece is placed in
order that the disc cuts with a minimum contact arc.
Keep on exerting a constant pressure during cutting.
Keep on exerting the same pressure also when you are
about to finish the cutting. Normally when you are
finishing the cutting the contact arc between the disc
and the material to be cut increases and this would
require an even greater push.
A slowdown would involve an overheating of the metal
and big burrs would appear.
The figure illustrates the piece cut at the end of the
work. Caution: During work the disc wears out and
must be replaced. The number of cuttings you can carry
out with the disc, so as cutting quality can considerably
vary depending on how the cuttings are carried out.
Quick cuttings wear the disc faster but reduce the burrs
and workpiece’s colouring. This is visible especially
when cutting small-bore pipes.
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REPLACEMENT OF THE DISC (Fig.9)
CAUTION: Switch off the cut-off saw and disconnect it from the current, by removing the plug
from the socket before any adjustment, repair, maintenance work, cleansing and before
replacing the disc.
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DISCONNECT THE TOOL FROM THE POWER SUPPLY.
On the exterior of the fixed protective cap, loosen the screw that fix the circular cover in the
central area of the disc, in order to access to the disc lock crew.
3. Move the lower moving protective cap by hand inside the fixed one.
4. Press the lock button of the axle (B), indicated by the arrow, and make the abrasive disc
turn until the axle is blocked.
5. Through the provided wrench, loosen the lock screw (C), by turning it anti-clockwise;
remove the screw (C), the washer (D), the external flange (E) and the abrasive disc.
DO NOT REMOVE THE INNER FLANGE OF THE DISC.
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Be sure that the surfaces of the inner and external flanges are clean.
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Position the new disc, the outside flange (E), the washer (D) and tighten the screw (C);
suitably tighten the lock screw to prevent the disc from skidding, while at same
time being careful not to damage the disc by deforming the contact surface
because of a too big hold.
IMPORTANT: ONLY USE REINFORCED ABRASIVE DISCS, RECOMMENDED AND WITH A
NOT EXPIRED VALIDITY DATE.
8. Lower the moving protective cap and put the cover again and fix it with the screw.
9. Start the machine for a while to check if the disc is correctly assembled and that it does not
touch any parts of the tool.
MAINTENANCE
CAUTION: Before any adjustment, repair or maintenance work, and before changing the disc,
switch off the machine and disconnect it from any current source by removing the plug from the
socket.
In case you find out any damage to the protection devices or irregularities while processing or
checking the machine, you must get it repaired immediately by qualified persons.
Before use check that the protection and safety devices are perfectly efficient. After carrying out
the work, make a general cleaning of the machine.
Periodically clean the ventilation inlets of the engine.
Be sure that the protective cap can slide freely.
Be sure that the head and the clamp can smoothly lift and lower.
Check the noise of the engine periodically and brushes’ consumption.
Periodically check that the supply cable is not damaged.
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CHECK AND REPLACEMENT OF CARBON BRUSHES (Fig.10)
CAUTION: Before checking the carbon brushes, disconnect the machine from the power supply.
The life of the carbon brushes can vary, and it depends on the motor working load. If the tool is
new or after the replacement of the carbon brushes, check the carbon brushes after the first 50
hours of use.
After the first check, you must control the carbon brushes every 10 hours of use until it is
necessary to replace them.
The housing of the carbon brushes (A) are positioned on each side of the motor. Change both
the carbon brushes if the carbon of one of the brushes is worn and it is smaller than 5 mm, or in
case a spring or a wire is burnt or damaged. If the carbon brushes are still usable after the
inspection, re-assemble them on their original position.
MALFUNCTIONS
The cut-off saw does not start:
- The electric current is missing in the socket to which the supply cable is connected.
- The supply cable is faulty
- The engine is damaged or the carbon brushes must be replaced
- The thermal cut-out has started
Vibrations on the machine
- The disc is not properly fixed
The engine does not work properly:
(excessive heating, exaggerate twinkle of the carbon brushes and consequent noise
accentuation)
- The engine may be damaged: get the machine checked by an electrician
- Carbon brushes must be replaced
SERRACON GUARANTEE
SERRACON takes a pride in the quality of the power tools it supplies. The component parts of
our tools are inspected at various stages of production and each finished tool is subjected to a
final check before being packaged for shipment. Because of our confidence in our engineering
quality, SERRACON agrees to repair or replace any part or parts of FOX Power Tools and
accessories which, upon examination, prove to be defective in workmanship or material. The
warranty period for the FOX branded products is one year for parts and labour and three years
for parts only. The guarantee does not include repair, labour or parts requiring replacement
because of misuse, abuse, or normal wear and tear. Repairs made by other than the factory,
SERRACON service centre or authorised FOX service dealers relieves SERRACON of further
liability under this guarantee. THIS GUARANTEE IS MADE EXPRESSLY IN PLACE OF ALL
OTHER GUARANTEES OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO
QUALITY, MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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CE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY OF THE MANUFACTURER
SERRACON
WHEATFIELD ROAD
DUNNIKIER BUINESS PARK
KIRKCALDY, UK, KY1 3PD
Tel. +44 (0) 1592 652946 Fax: +44 (0) 1592 654854
Declares that the: CUT-OFF SAW (F20/140A)
is in compliance with the regulations included in the Directives: CEE 2006/42-2004/108-2006/95
Person authorized to create the technical file: Robert Paterson
06.05.2011
The Director
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