SC351 - Nilfisk Scrubber Dryer - Operators

SC351
Operator
manual –
English
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION .............................................................................................................................................................. 2
MANUAL PURPOSE AND CONTENTS .......................................................................................................................................... 2
TARGET........................................................................................................................................................................................... 2
HOW TO KEEP THIS MANUAL....................................................................................................................................................... 2
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY ................................................................................................................................................ 2
IDENTIFICATION DATA................................................................................................................................................................... 2
OTHER REFERENCE MANUALS ................................................................................................................................................... 2
SPARE PARTS AND MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................................................. 3
CHANGES AND IMPROVEMENTS ................................................................................................................................................ 3
OPERATION CAPABILITIES ........................................................................................................................................................... 3
CONVENTIONS .............................................................................................................................................................................. 3
UNPACKING/DELIVERY ................................................................................................................................................. 3
SAFETY ........................................................................................................................................................................... 3
VISIBLE SYMBOLS ON THE MACHINE ......................................................................................................................................... 3
SYMBOLS THAT APPEAR ON THIS MANUAL............................................................................................................................... 4
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................................................................................ 4
MACHINE DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................................................... 6
MACHINE STRUCTURE ................................................................................................................................................................. 6
HANDLEBAR WITH CONTROL PANEL .......................................................................................................................................... 7
ACCESSORIES/OPTIONS .............................................................................................................................................................. 7
TECHNICAL DATA........................................................................................................................................................................... 8
WIRING DIAGRAM .......................................................................................................................................................................... 9
USE ................................................................................................................................................................................ 10
BATTERY CHECK/SETTING ON A NEW MACHINE .................................................................................................................... 10
BATTERY INSTALLATION............................................................................................................................................................. 10
BEFORE MACHINE START-UP .....................................................................................................................................................11
MACHINE START AND STOP ....................................................................................................................................................... 12
MACHINE OPERATION (SCRUBBING/DRYING)......................................................................................................................... 12
MACHINE TRANSPORT/PARKING .............................................................................................................................................. 13
TANK EMPTYING .......................................................................................................................................................................... 14
AFTER USING THE MACHINE ..................................................................................................................................................... 15
MACHINE LONG INACTIVITY ...................................................................................................................................................... 15
MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................................................................. 15
SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE TABLE ......................................................................................................................................... 15
BATTERY CHARGING .................................................................................................................................................................. 16
MACHINE SPEED ADJUSTMENT ................................................................................................................................................ 16
SQUEEGEE CLEANING ............................................................................................................................................................... 17
SQUEEGEE BLADE CHECK AND REPLACEMENT .................................................................................................................... 17
BRUSH CLEANING ....................................................................................................................................................................... 18
TANK, COVER AND VACUUM GRID CLEANING......................................................................................................................... 18
VACUUM SYSTEM GASKET CLEANING ..................................................................................................................................... 18
FUSE CHECK/REPLACEMENT/RESET ....................................................................................................................................... 19
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................................................... 20
SCRAPPING .................................................................................................................................................................. 20
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INTRODUCTION
NOTE
The numbers in brackets refer to the components shown in Machine Description chapter.
MANUAL PURPOSE AND CONTENTS
The purpose of this Manual is to provide the operator with all necessary information to use the machine properly, in a safe and
autonomous way. It contains information about technical data, safety, operation, storage, maintenance, spare parts and disposal.
. Contact
TARGET
from the non-observance of this prohibition.
HOW TO KEEP THIS MANUAL
The Instructions for use Manual must be kept near the machine, inside an adequate case, away from liquids and other substances
that can cause damage to it.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
NOTE
Two copies of the original declaration of conformity are provided together with the machine documentation.
IDENTIFICATION DATA
The machine serial number and model name are marked on the plate (1).
Product code and year of production are marked on the same plate (Date code: A16, means January 2016).
The machine model year is written also in the declaration of conformity.
MACHINE model ...............................................................................
PRODUCT code ................................................................................
MACHINE serial number ...................................................................
OTHER REFERENCE MANUALS
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2
Electronic Battery Charger Manual (to be considered as integral part of this Manual)
Spare Parts List (supplied with the machine)
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SPARE PARTS AND MAINTENANCE
Centers. Only original spare parts and accessories must be used.
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CHANGES AND IMPROVEMENTS
OPERATION CAPABILITIES
CONVENTIONS
Forward, backward, front, rear, left or right are intended with reference to the operator’s position, that is to say in driving position
with the hands on the handlebar (2).
UNPACKING/DELIVERY
To unpack the machine, carefully follow the instructions on the packing.
Upon delivery carefully check that the machine and its packing have not been damaged during transportation. In case of visible
Please check that the following items have been supplied with the machine:
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Technical documents:
• Scrubber-dryer Instructions for use Manual
• Battery Charger Manual
• Scrubber-dryer Spare Parts List
• No. 2 lamellar fuses
SAFETY
The following symbols indicate potentially dangerous situations. Always read this information carefully and take all necessary
precautions to safeguard people and property.
The operator’s cooperation is essential in order to prevent injury. No accident prevention program is effective without the total
cooperation of the person responsible for the machine operation. Most of the accidents that may occur in a factory, while working
or moving around, are caused by failure to comply with the simplest rules for exercising prudence. A careful and prudent operator is
the best guarantee against accidents and is essential for successful completion of any prevention program.
VISIBLE SYMBOLS ON THE MACHINE
WARNING!
Carefully read all the instructions before performing any operation on the machine.
WARNING!
Do not wash the machine with direct or pressurized water jets.
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max.2
WARNING!
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SYMBOLS THAT APPEAR ON THIS MANUAL
DANGER!
It indicates a dangerous situation with risk of death for the operator.
WARNING!
It indicates a potential risk of injury for people or damage to objects.
CAUTION!
It indicates a caution or a remark related to important or useful functions. Pay careful attention to the
paragraphs marked by this symbol.
NOTE
It indicates a remark related to important or useful functions.
CONSULTATION
It indicates the necessity to refer to the Instructions for use Manual before performing any procedure.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
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DANGER!
– Before performing any cleaning, maintenance, repair or replacement procedure, turn the function selection
knob to “0” and disconnect the battery connector.
– This machine must be used by properly trained operators only.
– Do not wear jewels when working near electrical components.
– Do not work under the lifted machine without supporting it with safety stands.
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This machine is not suitable for collecting dangerous powders.
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gases are released.
– Battery charging produces highly explosive hydrogen gas. Keep the cover open during battery charging and
WARNING!
– Carefully read all the instructions before performing any maintenance/repair procedure.
– Before using the battery charger, ensure that frequency and voltage values, indicated on the machine serial
number plate, match the electrical mains voltage.
– Do not pull or carry the machine by the battery charger cable and never use the battery charger cable as
a handle. Do not close a door on the battery charger cable, or pull the battery charger cable around sharp
edges or corners. Do not run the machine on the battery charger cable.
– Keep the battery charger cable away from heated surfaces.
– Do not use the machine if the battery charger cable or plug is damaged. If the machine is not working as it
should, has been damaged, left outdoors or dropped into water, return it to the Service Center.
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in. Before performing any maintenance procedure, disconnect the battery charger cable from the electrical
mains.
– Do not smoke while charging the battery.
– Always protect the machine against the sun, rain and bad weather, both under operation and inactivity
condition. Store the machine indoors, in a dry place: This machine must be used in dry conditions, it must
not be used or kept outdoors in wet conditions.
– Before using the machine, close all doors and/or covers as shown in the Instructions for use Manual.
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WARNING!
– This machine is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or
mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the machine by a person responsible for they safety.
Children should be supervised to ensure that they do not play with the machine.
– Close attention is necessary when used near children.
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– Check the machine carefully before each use, always check that all the components have been assembled
before use. If the machine is not perfectly assembled it can cause damages to people and properties.
– Take all necessary precautions to prevent hair, jewels and loose clothes from being caught by the machine
moving parts.
– Pay attention to the machine moving parts. When using the machine, the deck can abruptly turn by 180°.
– Do not use the machine on incline.
– Do not tilt the machine more than the angle indicated on the machine itself, in order to prevent instability.
– Do not use the machine in particularly dusty areas.
– Use the machine only where a proper lighting is provided.
– While using this machine, take care not to cause damage to people or objects.
– Do not bump into shelves or scaffoldings, especially where there is a risk of falling objects.
– Do not lean liquid containers on the machine, use the relevant can holder.
– The machine working temperature must be between 0 °C and +40 °C.
– The machine storage temperature must be between 0 °C and +40 °C.
– The humidity must be between 30% and 95%.
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– Do not use the machine as a means of transport.
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– Do not tamper with the machine safety guards and follow the ordinary maintenance instructions
scrupulously.
– Do not allow any object to enter into the openings. Do not use the machine if the openings are clogged.
Always keep the openings free from dust, hairs and any other foreign material which could reduce the air
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This machine cannot be used on roads or public streets.
Pay attention during machine transportation when temperature is below freezing point. The water in the
recovery tank or in the hoses could freeze and seriously damage the machine.
other brushes or pads could reduce safety.
In case of machine malfunctions, ensure that these are not due to lack of maintenance. If necessary, request
assistance from the authorised personnel or from an authorised Service Center.
If parts must be replaced, require ORIGINAL spare parts from an Authorised Dealer or Retailer.
To ensure machine proper and safe operation, the scheduled maintenance shown in the relevant chapter of
this Manual, must be performed by the authorised personnel or by an authorised Service Center.
Do not wash the machine with direct or pressurised water jets, or with corrosive substances.
The machine must be disposed of properly, because of the presence of toxic-harmful materials (battery, etc.),
which are subject to standards that require disposal in special centres (see Scrapping chapter).
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MACHINE DESCRIPTION
MACHINE STRUCTURE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
Handlebar with control panel (see the following paragraph)
Accessory and battery compartment cover (closed)
Accessory and battery compartment cover (open)
Cover latch
Can holder
Battery connection connector. This connector also works
as EMERGENCY push-button, to stop immediately all
functions.
GEL/AGM battery
Battery charger
Battery charger cable
Battery charger cable holder
Brush/pad-holder deck
Brush deck gearmotor
Squeegee vacuum hose
Brush rotation direction
Deck bumper wheels
Brush deck wheels
Squeegee
Squeegee blades assembly
Squeegee fasteners
Solution tank
Recovery tank
Transparent cover with vacuum grid
Vacuum system motor
Fuses
24
25
2
23
11
12
28
16
7
10
20
1
19
18
5
4
9
8
6
3
21
26
27
14
15
13
22
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HANDLEBAR WITH CONTROL PANEL
31. Function selection knob
32. Scrubbing and drying program: brush - vacuum system -
36.
33.
34. Drying program: brush - vacuum system activation
35. Machine switching off “0”
37.
38.
39.
40.
33
31
•
•
Battery charge LED indicators
• Green warning light - charged battery
• Yellow warning light - semi-discharged battery
• Red warning light - discharged battery
Machine start-up enabling push-button
Brush levers
Handlebar inclination adjusting lever
32
34
35
40
2
39
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37
38
36
39
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ACCESSORIES/OPTIONS
In addition to the standard components, the machine can be equipped with the following accessories/options, according to the
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12V 84AhC5 AGM Battery
Brushes of different materials
Pads of different materials
For further information concerning the optional accessories, contact an authorised Retailer.
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TECHNICAL DATA
Description
SC351
SC351 full PKG
Solution tank capacity
11 litres
Recovery tank capacity
11 litres
Machine length
770 mm
Machine width
475 mm
Min/max machine height at the handlebar
550/1,085 mm
Minimum width for turnaround
850 mm
Cleaning width
370 mm
214 mm
0.5 N/mm2
Brush/pad diameter
370 mm
18 Kg
Brush/pad pressure with full tank
27 Kg
One drop, “ECO”: 0.25 litres/min
Two drops: 0.5 litres/min
65 dB(A) ± 3 dB(A)
Sound pressure level at workstation (ISO 11201, ISO 4871, EN 60335-2-72) (LpA)
Machine sound power level (ISO 3744, ISO 4871, EN 60335-2-72) (LwA)
84 dB(A)
Vibration level at the operator’s arms (ISO 5349-1, EN 60335-2-72)
< 2.5 m/s2
Maximum gradient when working
2%
IP protection class
X4
Protection class (electric)
III
Vacuum system motor power
200 W
710 mmH2O
Vacuuming
Brush/pad-holder motor power
260 W
Brush/pad-holder motor speed
120 rpm
Total absorbed power
0.5 kW
Battery compartment size
350 x 175 x 240 mm
Battery voltage
12 V
Standard battery
12V 55AhC20 AGM
spiracell
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Work autonomy (standard battery)
1 hour
43 kg
Weight without battery and with empty tanks
Gross vehicle weight (GVW)
43 kg
80 kg
Shipping weight
48 kg
70 kg
Machine material composition and recyclability
Type
Recyclable
percentage
SC351 and SC351 full PKG weight
percentage
Aluminium
100%
18%
Electric motors - various
29%
9%
Ferrous materials
100%
20%
Wiring harness
80%
9%
Liquids
100%
0%
0%
11%
Plastic - recyclable material
100%
18%
Polyethylene
92%
9%
Rubber
20%
7%
Plastic - non-recyclable material
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Key
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Colour codes
BAT
12 V battery
BK
Black
CH
Battery charger
BU
Blue
D1
Diode
BN
Brown
D2
Diode
GN
Green
EB1
LED electronic board
GY
Grey
EV
Detergent solenoid valve
OG
Orange
F1
Brush motor circuit breaker (35 A)
PK
Pink
F2
Vacuum system motor fuse (30 A)
RD
Red
F3
Function selector fuse (5 A)
VT
Violet
K1
Brush motor relay
WH
White
K2
Vacuum system motor relay
YE
Yellow
KT1
Solenoid valve timer
M1
Brush motor
M2
Vacuum system motor
SW1
Function selector
SW2
Brush motor-solenoid valve enabling switch
SW3
Detergent rate switch
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USE
WARNING!
On some points of the machine there are some adhesive plates indicating:
– DANGER
– WARNING
– CAUTION
– CONSULTATION
While reading this Manual, the operator must pay particular attention to the symbols shown on the plates (see Visible Symbols On
The Machine paragraph).
Do not cover these plates for any reason and immediately replace them if damaged.
BATTERY CHECK/SETTING ON A NEW MACHINE
WARNING!
The electric components of the machine can be seriously damaged if the battery is either improperly installed
. Check the battery for damage before
installation.
Disconnect the battery connector and the battery charger plug.
Handle the battery with great care.
Install the battery terminal protection caps supplied with the machine.
The machine requires 1 12V battery.
The machine can be supplied in one of the following modes:
GEL/AGM battery already installed on the machine
1.
2.
3.
Open the cover (4) and check that the battery is connected to the machine with the connector (7).
Turn the function selection knob (31) on one of the programs to turn on the machine. If the green warning light (37) turns on,
the batteries are ready to be used.
If the yellow or red warning light turns on, the battery must be charged (see the procedure in Maintenance chapter).
Without battery
1.
Buy appropriate battery (see the Technical Data paragraph).
2.
3.
Install the battery (see the following paragraph).
Charge the battery (see the procedure in Maintenance chapter).
BATTERY INSTALLATION
DANGER!
This machine requires sealed lead batteries (GEL or AGM technology).
Do not use batteries with liquid electrolyte or not sealed (WET) for any reason.
1.
2.
3.
Open the cover (4) and check that the battery connector (7) is disconnected.
Install the battery on the machine and fasten it with the relevant belt.
Connect the 2 terminals to the battery pins.
WARNING!
Pay special attention when connecting the battery pins. The red cable must be connected to the positive pin (+),
the black cable must be connected to the negative pin (-) of the battery.
A wrong connection can damage the battery charger.
4.
5.
Connect the battery connector (7) and close the cover (4).
Charge the battery (see the procedure in Maintenance chapter).
WARNING!
set the charging algorithm suitable to the battery.
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BEFORE MACHINE START-UP
Brush/pad-holder installation/removal
NOTE
1.
2.
3.
Slightly lift the machine brush deck and place the brush under the deck.
Turn the function selection knob (31) to program (32).
Press the enabling push-button (38) together with the brush levers (39) to engage the brush/pad-holder.
Remove the brush/pad-holder deck by performing the following procedure:
4. Check that the function selection knob (31) is turned to “0”.
5. Slightly lift the machine brush deck, then manually release the brush/pad-holder from the hub, by turning it abruptly in its
normal rotation direction (D).
B
A
C
D
Front
D
Figure 1
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Available brushes and their relevant application guides (suggestions only)
Models
MIDLITE GRIT 180
MIDGRIT 240
PROLITE
UNION MIX
Concrete
General cleaning
Ceramic tiles/quarrystones
Marble
Vinyl tiles
Rubber tiles
Rubber tiles
Polishing
Marble
Vinyl tiles
6.
completely, leave few centimetres from the edge. Always follow the dilution instructions on the label of the chemical product
used to prepare the solution. The solution temperature must not exceed 40 °C.
CAUTION!
WARNING!
Adjustments
7.
Press the lever (40) and adjust the handlebar (2) to reach a comfortable position.
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MACHINE START AND STOP
Starting the machine
1.
2.
Prepare the machine as shown in the previous paragraph.
Turn the function selection knob (31) to turn on the machine and select one of the programs according to the following table:
Position
Symbol
Program
Scrubbing and drying.
(32)
Scrubbing.
(33)
Drying.
Brush - vacuum system activation
(34)
3.
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4.
minutes (0.25 litres/min average).
25 minutes (0.5 litres/min average).
While keeping the hands on the handlebar (2), start the machine by pressing the enabling push-button (38) together with the
brush levers (39).
NOTE
If the green warning light (37) turns on, the machine is ready to be used. If the yellow or red warning light turns on, the
battery must be charged (see the procedure in Maintenance chapter).
Stopping the machine
5.
6.
Release the brush levers (39) and the enabling push-button (38).
Turn the function selection knob (31) to “0” to turn off the machine.
CAUTION!
In case of immediate necessity and to stop all machine functions, disconnect the battery connector (7).
Reset the machine functions by connecting again the connector.
MACHINE OPERATION (SCRUBBING/DRYING)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Start the machine as shown in the previous paragraph.
.
If necessary, adjust the solution quantity by using the switch (36).
When necessary, to use the squeegee in the opposite direction, pry on the handlebar (2) and slightly lift the deck while the
brush is turning. When the deck is turned by 180° start to scrub/dry by drawing the machine.
To resume working in the normal forward direction, push the machine forward until the brush deck (12) returns to the original
position.
WARNING!
Pay attention when lifting the deck with the brush turning: The deck will suddenly turn by 180°. Pay attention to
the moving part, do not hit and/or damage things, walls or people.
CAUTION!
operating, stop the brush/pad-holder by releasing the levers (39).
CAUTION!
Before lifting the brush/pad, turn it off by releasing the levers (39).
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A
B
Figure 2
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Machine speed adjustment
5.
necessary, it is possible to adjust the machine speed, according to the procedure shown in Maintenance chapter.
Battery discharge during operation
6.
Until the green warning light (37) stays on, the batteries allow the machine to work normally. When the green warning light
turns off and the yellow and red warning lights turn on, it is necessary to charge the battery as the machine residual autonomy
is at the minimum level.
CAUTION!
Do not use the machine with discharged battery, to avoid damaging the battery and reducing the battery life.
MACHINE TRANSPORT/PARKING
To transport/park the machine, proceed as follows.
1. Check that the function selection knob (31) is turned to “0”.
2. Grab the handlebar (2) and slightly lift the machine brush deck. While holding the machine in this position, drive it to the
transport/parking area.
3.
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TANK EMPTYING
CAUTION!
machine movement), to resume the operation: turn off the machine with the function selection knob (31) turned
system by pressing the function selection knob (31).
When the recovery tank (23) is full, empty it as shown.
Recovery tank emptying
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Check that the function selection knob (31) is turned to “0”.
Drive the machine to the appointed disposal area.
Remove the transparent cover (24).
Grab the handle (A, Fig. 3) and lift the recovery tank (B).
Drain the recovery tank. Then, rinse the tank with clean water.
Place the tank back again on its housing in the frame and install the transparent cover.
Solution tank emptying
7.
8.
9.
10.
Perform steps 1 to 3.
Grab the handle (C, Fig. 3) and lift the solution tank (D).
Open the plug (E) and drain the solution tank. Then, rinse the tank with clean water.
Place the tank back again on its housing in the frame and install the transparent cover.
C
E
D
A
B
Figure 3
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AFTER USING THE MACHINE
After working, before leaving the machine:
1. Empty the tanks (23 and 22) as shown in the previous
paragraph.
2. Perform the daily maintenance procedures (see the
Maintenance chapter).
3. Store the machine in a clean and dry place, with the brush/
pad-holder and the squeegee blades lifted or removed.
MACHINE LONG INACTIVITY
If the machine is not going to be used for more than 30 days,
proceed as follows:
1. Perform the procedures described in the previous
paragraph.
2. Open the cover (4) and disconnect the battery connector
(7).
3. Store the machine in a clean and dry place.
4. To safeguard the brush or squeegee blades, bend the
handlebar (2) forward and park the machine as shown in
Figure 4
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MAINTENANCE
The lifespan of the machine and its maximum operating safety are ensured by correct and regular maintenance. The following chart
provides the scheduled maintenance. The intervals shown may vary according to particular working conditions, which are to be
WARNING!
Maintenance procedures must be performed with the machine switched off and the battery/battery charger cable
disconnected.
Moreover, carefully read the instructions in the Safety chapter.
Center. This Manual describes only the easier and most common maintenance procedures.
NOTE
For other maintenance procedures shown in the Scheduled Maintenance Table, refer to the Service Manual that can be
consulted at any Service Center.
SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE TABLE
Procedure
Daily, after using
the machine
Weekly
Every six
months
Yearly
Battery charging
Squeegee Cleaning
Brush Cleaning
Tank and Vacuum Grid Cleaning
Squeegee blade check and/or replacement
Solution valve check and cleaning
(1)
Brush deck rotation clutch check and/or replacement
(1)
(1) For the relevant procedure, refer to the Service Manual.
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BATTERY CHARGING
NOTE
Charge the batteries when the yellow or red warning light turns on, or at the end of each working cycle.
Keeping the battery charged make its life last longer.
CAUTION!
When the battery is discharged, charge is as soon as possible, as that condition makes its life shorter.
Check for battery charge at least once a week.
1.
2.
3.
Check that the function selection knob (31) is turned to “0”.
Connect the battery charger cable (10) to the electrical mains (the electrical mains voltage and frequency must be compatible
with the battery charger values shown on the machine serial number plate (1)).
NOTE
When the battery charger is connected to the electrical mains, all machine functions are automatically cut off.
The red or yellow warning light (37) is on when the battery charger is charging the batteries.
4.
5.
6.
When the green warning light (37) stays on, the battery charging cycle is over.
When the battery charging is completed, disconnect the battery charger cable (10) from the electrical mains and wind it round
its housing (11).
Now the machine is ready to be used.
NOTE
For further information about the operation of the battery charger (9), see the relevant Manual.
MACHINE SPEED ADJUSTMENT
NOTE
If necessary, perform the adjustments as shown.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the recovery and the detergent tanks.
Adjust the machine speed with the handwheel (A, Fig. 5):
• Turn the handwheel counter-clockwise to increase the machine speed.
• Turn the handwheel clockwise to decrease the machine speed.
(B) by turning it clockwise or counter-clockwise.
After adjusting, install the tanks as shown in Use chapter.
With the machine ready to operate, perform hands-on tests of the machine and, if other adjustments are necessary, repeat
steps 1 to 4.
B
A
Figure 5
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SQUEEGEE CLEANING
NOTE
The squeegee must be clean and its blades must be in good conditions in order to get a good drying.
WARNING!
It is advisable to wear protective gloves when cleaning the squeegee because there may be sharp debris.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Check that the function selection knob (31) is turned to “0” and disconnect the battery connector (7).
Fully turn the brush/pad-holder deck (12) counter-clockwise.
Disconnect the vacuum hose (A, Fig. 6) from the squeegee.
Disengage the squeegee (B) from the deck.
Wash and clean the squeegee. In particular, clean the compartments (C) and the vacuum hole (D).
Check the front blade (E) and the rear blade (F) for integrity, cuts and tears; if necessary replace them (see the procedure in
the following paragraph).
Assemble the components in the reverse order of disassembly.
SQUEEGEE BLADE CHECK AND REPLACEMENT
1.
2.
3.
4.
Clean the squeegee as shown in the previous paragraph.
Check the front blade (E, Fig. 6) and the rear blade (F) for integrity, cuts and tears; if necessary replace them. Check that the
front corner (G) of the rear blade is not worn; otherwise, overturn the blade to replace the worn corner with an integral one. If
the other corners are worn too, replace the blade as shown:
• Remove the fastening strap (H) by disengaging it from the fasteners (I).
• Replace (or overturn) the rear blade (F), then reinstall the fastening strap.
• Remove the fastening strap (J) by disengaging it from the fasteners (K).
• Replace (or overturn) the front blade (E), then reinstall the fastening strap.
Install the squeegee (B) by carefully inserting the hooks (L) and the vacuum hole (M) in the brush deck housings.
Connect the vacuum hose (A) to the squeegee.
A
F
D
I
J
K
J
H
C
E
D
L
F
G
C
E
K
M
B
H
I
Figure 6
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BRUSH CLEANING
NOTE
It is advisable to wear protective gloves when cleaning the brush because there may be sharp debris.
1.
2.
3.
Remove the brush, as shown in Use chapter.
Clean the brush with water and detergent.
Check the brush bristles for integrity and wear; if necessary, replace the brush.
TANK, COVER AND VACUUM GRID CLEANING
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Drive the machine to the appointed disposal area.
Check that the function selection knob (31) is turned to “0”
and disconnect the battery connector (7).
Remove the cover (A, Fig. 7), clean and wash the cover
and the vacuum grid (B) with clean water.
Drain the water from the tanks (C and D) and clean them.
A
J
K
(E), than clean with care and reinstall.
Check the recovery tank cover gasket (F) for integrity.
NOTE
The gasket (F) creates vacuum in the tank that is
necessary for vacuuming the recovery water.
If necessary replace the gasket (F) by removing it from
its housing (G) on the cover. When assembling the new
7.
8.
9.
Check that the seating surface (I) of the gasket (F) is clean
and adequate for the gasket itself.
Check the vacuum duct (J) and the gasket (K), carefully
clean if necessary.
Reinstall the recovery tank cover (A).
E
H
G
F
L
D
C
B
VACUUM SYSTEM GASKET CLEANING
NOTE
The gaskets (L) and (M) create vacuum in the
system that is necessary for vacuuming the recovery
water.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
I
I
M
Check that the function selection knob (31) is turned to “0”
and disconnect the battery connector (7).
Open the cover (A, Fig. 7) and check the vacuum system
motor gasket (L) for integrity.
If necessary replace the gasket by removing it from its
housing.
Remove the recovery tank (C).
Check the recovery water duct gasket (M) for integrity. If
necessary, replace the gasket.
Clean with care and reinstall.
Figure 7
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FUSE CHECK/REPLACEMENT/RESET
1.
2.
3.
4.
Check that the function selection knob (31) is turned to “0”
and disconnect the battery connector (7).
Open the cover (4) and check one of the following fuses
for deactivation or integrity (Fig. 8):
• (A): F1 (35 A) circuit breaker, brush motor.
• (B): F2 (30 A) blade fuse, vacuum system motor.
• (C): F3 (5 A) blade fuse, accessories.
Reset or replace any fuse, after having checked and
repaired any problem that caused deactivation.
Close the cover (4).
C
B
A
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Trouble
The motors do not turn on; no LED
turns on.
Possible Cause
Remedy
The battery connector is disconnected.
Connect.
The battery is completely discharged.
battery or to replace it.
The fuse F3 is open.
Replace.
The brush motor does not run.
The F1 fuse has triggered.
Reset the fuse.
The vacuum system motor does not
turn on.
The fuse F2 is open.
Replace.
The recovery tank is full.
Empty.
closed.
The dirty water vacuuming is
The vacuum hose is disconnected from the squeegee
or faulty.
Connect or replace. (*)
The squeegee is dirty or the squeegee blades are
worn or damaged.
Clean the squeegee or replace the blades.
The recovery tank cover is not properly closed, or the
gaskets are damaged.
Check and/or clean the seating surface or replace
the gaskets.
Clean.
The squeegee leaves marks on the
When connecting the battery charger
to the electrical mains the 3 LEDs on
the handlebar turn on and the battery
does not charge.
When connecting the battery charger
to the electrical mains the yellow LED
battery does not charge.
When connecting the battery charger
to the electrical mains the red LED on
The detergent duct is dirty/clogged.
Clean.
The solenoid valve is faulty.
Replace. (*)
There is debris under the squeegee blades.
Remove the debris.
The squeegee blades are worn, chipped or torn.
Replace the blades.
The battery is damaged or it is excessively
discharged.
battery or to replace it.
The battery is not properly connected to the machine
system.
Check the battery connections.
There is a fault in the battery charger.
Replace. (*)
The battery has not been fully charged during the
maximum time interval allowed.
Try to repeat the battery charging procedure.
If the problem persists, replace the battery.
does not charge.
When the battery charging procedure
is completed, the red LED on the
(*)
.
NOTE
The machine is inoperative without the battery charger.
In case of battery charger malfunction, contact an authorised Service Center.
.
SCRAPPING
Before scrapping the machine, remove and separate the following materials, which must be disposed of properly according to the
Law in force:
–
Battery
–
Brushes
–
Plastic hoses and components
–
Electrical and electronic components (*)
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