Operating and Maintenance Manual for compressor

Operating and Maintenance Manual
for compressor
SilentMaster 30-8-4 W
Art. No. A 333 005
Issued 2010/04/jbrg-risa-08
Thank you for placing your trust in us and in our products. Please read this Operating
and Maintenance Manual before starting work with the compressor. This Operating and
Maintenance Manual contains important information that is necessary for the safe and
trouble-free operation of the compressor.
Therefore, always keep this Manual with the compressor.
General
information
We recommend that all inspections, adjustments and maintenance
work should always be carried out by the same person or this
person's deputy and that this work should be documented in a
maintenance logbook. In the event of any queries, please state the
serial number, article number and the designation of the compressor.
Using the
operating
manual
To make this operating manual easy and efficient to read, we have
used symbols to indicate important information and practical tips.
These symbols are printed next to text passages (where they refer to
the text), next to illustrations (where they refer to the graphic) or at the
start of a page (where they refer to the entire contents of the page).
If the compressor is operated outside the Federal Republic of
Germany, other statutory regulations may apply (e.g.: regulations
pertaining to electrical connections or operational safety) rather than
those described in this Operating Manual.
Attention: always pay careful attention to these symbols!
Read the Operating Manual! The operator (owner /
Meaning of the
responsible body) is obligated to comply with the
symbols
Operating Manual and to instruct all users of this
machine in accordance with the Operating Manual.
Attention! This symbol indicates important descriptions,
dangerous situations, hazards or safety instructions.
The compressor is tested and carefully packed at the Schneider
Druckluft factory. Nevertheless, we cannot completely exclude
damage being sustained during transport. Please take the time to
make a brief visual inspection of the compressor before it is operated
for the first time.
Strictly observe the following:
Before starting work with the compressor, find out how to shut down the compressor
quickly and how to completely depressurise it.
Attention: the compressor is supplied without the oil filling. Before putting into
operation for the first time, fill it with oil and mount the intake filter (Page 5, Point
7 “Starting the compressor“)!
Electrical fuse protection: 10 ampere, slow-blow.
Ensure that there is sufficient air circulating around the compressor.
Always check the oil level before starting the compressor.
Always comply with the “Safety information“ (Page 4, Point 5)!
Table of
Contents
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 1.
Technical
Specifications
Technical Specifications ............................................................... 3 Scope of delivery.......................................................................... 3 Illustration of the compressor ....................................................... 4 Intended use ................................................................................ 4 Safety information ........................................................................ 4 Functional description of the compressor ..................................... 5 Starting the compressor ............................................................... 5 7.1 Place of installation ............................................................. 7 7.2 Electrical connection (switching ON / OFF) ........................ 7 7.3 Withdrawal of compressed air ............................................. 8 Maintenance................................................................................. 8 8.1 Maintenance Intervals ......................................................... 9 8.2 Air intake filter ..................................................................... 9 8.3 Check of oil level and oil change ........................................ 9 8.4 Lubricant table .................................................................. 10 8.5 Condensate ...................................................................... 10 8.6 Screwed connections ........................................................ 11 Troubleshoo-ting from A – J ....................................................... 11 Terms of Warranty ..................................................................... 13 Spare parts service .................................................................... 13 EC-Declaration of Conformity..................................................... 14 REACh ....................................................................................... 14 Address ...................................................................................... 16 Swept volume flow rate (intake
capacity):
Output capacity
(acc. to Schneider standard):
Voltage:
Electrical fuse protection (slow-blow):
Motor rating:
Highest operating speed:
Final compression pressure:
Accumulator capacity:
Maximal permissible operating
overpressure of the accumulator:
Oil capacity (compressor aggregate):
Initial filling:
LPA4 Sound Pressure Level (acc.
79/113/EWG; 4 m Distance):
Dimensions: width x depth x height:
Weight:
2.
Scope of
delivery
1
1
1
1
30 l/min
19
230
10
0,2
2900
8
4
l/min
V
A
kW
rpm
bar
l
8 bar
0,45 l
Special oil for Silent
compressors from
Schneider Druckluft
Art. No. B 770 010
31 dB (A)
410 x 190 x 435 mm
19 kg
Compressor SilentMaster 30-8-4 W
Intake filter
Container (0.5 litre) of compressor oil, Art. No. B 770 010
Operating and Maintenance Manual for the compressor
SilentMaster 30-8-4 W
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3.
Illustration of
the
compressor
Item
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
4.
Intended use
The SilentMaster 30-8-4 W compressor is a oil-lubricated compressor
that can be used to generate and store compressed air with a
pressure of up to 8 bar (Page 5, Point 6 “Functional description of the
compressor“).This compressor is not certified for sound power
emissions according to EU Directive RL2000/14EU, and is thus not
intended for outdoor use.
5.
Safety
information
Protect yourself and your surroundings against accidents by means of
suitable precautions and comply with the following information in your
own interests:
- The owner/operator must ensure correct operation of the
compressor.
- Unauthorised persons (particularly children) and pets must be kept
away from the operating area.
- Only transport the compressor when it is unpressurised.
- Compressors must be operated and serviced by properly
instructed persons only. Repairs must be carried out by qualified
specialists (Schneider Druckluft GmbH or service partners of
Schneider Druckluft GmbH).
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Designation
Vessel 4 litre; 8 bar
Compressor Unit
Pressure gauge 40 mm; (accumulator pressure)
Pressure switch (ON / OFF switch)
Connecting hose
Safety valve 8 bar, R1/4a
Filter pressure regulator
Housing
Rubber suction foot
Condensate drain valve
Pressure Gauge 40 mm; (Oper. Press.)
Quick Coupling R1/4a (NW 7,2)
Intake filter
Oil sight glass
Oil plug
Non-return valve, complete
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
-
-
Safety devices must not be dismounted or manipulated. It is
strictly prohibited to change the blow-off pressure on the safety
valve that was set in the factory.
The compressor aggregate and the connection hose become hot
during operation.
Caution, there is a risk of being burned!
The following applies to all maintenance and repair work:
Before starting, switch off the compressor at the AUTO I/0 switch.
Afterwards, interrupt the tension supply completely and set the
whole compressor in a pressure free condition (e.g. with a blow
out gun: connected with the compressor you can blow out of the
vessel the whole pressure; don’t direct the gun against humans or
animals!
Working with electricity is only allowed to persons, which are
skilled specialists.
Do not use the electrical cable for any purpose for which it is not
intended (e.g.: do not use it to pull the plug out of the socket).
Protect the electrical cable from heat, oil and sharp edges.
Do not operate the compressor in potentially explosive
atmospheres.
Do not allow any flammable, caustic or toxic gases to be
aspirated.
Use genuine spare parts only.
Caution: during operation there may be communication problems
in the direct vicinity of the compressor (noise).
Comply with statutory regulations that apply to the disposal of the
condensate.
Dispose of the machine according to the applicable legal
requirements.
6.
Functional
description of
the
compressor
The drive motor is mounted on the compressor aggregate (item 02) to
give a single compressor block. Air from the surroundings is sucked
into the intake filter (item 13), which also serves as a muffler, and is
then compressed in the cylinder. The compressed air passes through
the pressure valve installed in the cylinder head into the connecting
hose (item 05) and then flows through the non-return valve (item 16)
into the accumulator (item 01). In the automatic mode, the number of
switching cycles (ON / OFF switching operations) of the compressor
must be between three and ten per hour, whereby the ratio of the
operating time of the compressor aggregate to the standby time
should be a maximum of 50 : 50. The compressor switches off when
the maximum pressure of 8 bar is reached. As soon as the
accumulator pressure has dropped to the switch-on pressure (approx.
6 bar) due to withdrawal of compressed air, the compressor switches
on again. This sequence is automatically controlled by the pressure
switch (item 04).
7.
Starting the
compressor
Actions before starting the compressor for the first time:
- Make a visual inspection of the compressor.
- The packaging material should be kept at a suitable location for
any future transportation or at least for the duration of the warranty
period. This facilitates its shipment to a service partner, if required.
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-
The packaging should be given to a competent company or
authority for disposal
Read the Operating Manual carefully, particularly the Safety
information.
Remove the left or right transport plug in the crankcase of the
compressor aggregate (item A) and fill in 0.45 litre of compressor
oil (supplied container, item B)..
Then close the filling opening with the supplied intake filter
(item C). The intake filter can be inserted into the left or the right
filling opening!
Check the electrical connections (Page 7, Point 7.2 “Electrical
connection (switching ON / OFF)“).
Important!
The owner/operator of the compressor is responsible for creating
an informal inspection book (summary of all existing certificates for
the accumulator) and arranging for the necessary periodic
inspections.
The installation inspection and periodic inspections are independent
of the maximum permissible accumulator pressure (bar) and the
accumulator volume (litre). The product of the two parameters (bar x
litre) gives the pressure/capacity product (p x V): Inspection of
pressure vessels (with simple pressure vessels according to Directive
2009/105/EG) acc. to the Federal Operational Safety Directive
(BetrsichV.)
Vessel
class
GIP
Pressure/cap
acity product
(bar x l) for
pressure p >
1 bar
0 < 50
Installation inspection
without a
with a
type
Type
approval
approval
Periodic
inspections
Not
necessary
Authorised Stipulated by
person
owner/operator
the
Authorised Stipulated by
person
owner/operator
the
I
50 < 200
Not
necessary
II
200 < 1000
Independent
expert
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No type
approval
necessary
No type
approval
necessary
a.) Mobile
compressor /
vessel, not
necessary
b.) Stationary
compressor
Authorised
person
Internal
inspection
Authorised Every
person
5 years
Strength
test
Every
10 years
Vessel Pressure/cap
Installation inspection
class acity product without a
with a
(bar x l) for type
Type
pressure p > approval
approval
1 bar
III
1000 < 3000
Independent
No type
expert
approval
necessary
IV
> = 3000
Independent
No type
expert
approval
necessary
Periodic
inspections
Internal
inspection
Strength
test
Independent
expert
Independent
expert
Every
5 years
Every
10 years
Every
5 years
Every
10 years
 Authorised person competent according to the Operational
Safety Directive
 Independent expert: an employee of the TÜV (German
Technical Inspection Association), for example
These specifications only apply to the Federal Republic of Germany.
For all other countries, the corresponding national regulations apply.
Tip: The most of our service partners have assistants with an expert
test. They are always at your disposal.
7.1
Place of
installation
The compressor must be operated in cool, low-dust, dry and wellventilated rooms only. The ambient temperature must not fall below
+5 °C and must not exceed +35 °C. The compressor must rest on a
flat surface.
Flammable gases must not be aspirated.
Building dust acts like a grinding paste on the contact surfaces of the
compressor aggregate and thus drastically reduces the service life of
the compressor.
7.2
Electrical
connection
(switching ON
/ OFF)
Compare the mains voltage with the data on the type plate. If these
data do not agree, please contact us. Before the compressor is put
into operation, check whether the mains supply and the electrical
cable correspond to the respective regulations. In the Federal
Republic of Germany, the relevant VDE (Association of German
Electrical Engineers) regulations 0100 and 0105 are decisive for
electrical connection work.
If an extension cable is being used, the following points must be
observed:
 Conductor cross-section at least 1.5 mm² (for a maximum
cable length of 10 m).
 Electrical fuse protection: 10 ampere, slow-blow.
The compressor is switched with the ON / OFF switch of the pressure
switch (item 04) to ON (position "I AUTO") or OFF (position “0 OFF“).
Work on the electrical system must be carried out by a trained
electrician only.
The compressor is equipped with an external motor protection switch.
This motor protection switch is tripped if there is a fault (e.g.:
overheating, or similar) and this interrupts the power supply.
In this case:
 Switch off the compressor with the ON / OFF switch on the
pressure switch.
 Wait approx. ten seconds.
 Switch the compressor on again.
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If the motor protection switch trips again:
 Switch off the compressor with the ON / OFF switch on the
pressure switch.
 Disconnect the power supply.
 Contact your nearest service partner.
7.3
8.
Withdrawal of
compressed
air
Maintenance
The operating pressure is set on the filter pressure regulator
(item 07), and is indicated on the pressure gauge (item 11) of the filter
pressure regulator. First of all, the arresting device must be unlocked
by lifting the adjustment knob (Fig. 1).
The operating pressure is increased by
turning the knob clockwise (+), and is
decreased
by
turning
the
knob
anticlockwise (-) (Fig. 2).
Press the adjustment knob down again to
safeguard the filter pressure regulator
from being reset unintentionally.
Pay attention to the data on the
compressed air consumption and the operating pressure given in the
operating manuals of the pneumatic tools and equipment.
Quick coupling (item n°12):
The reduction of the compressed air is situated at the quick coupling
and may be lead over a suitable air hose (with a quick coupling and
plug-in nipple, type NW 7,2 or NW 7,8) to the compressed air user.
Opening of the quick coupling:
The rapid action coupling shall be opened, by pushing the outer
coupling ring in direction of the filter pressure reducer.
Attention:
While opening a quick coupling, in any case keep the air hose
tightened  “whipping air hose“.
Closing the quick coupling:
When closing the quick coupling, you only have to push the plug in
nipple of the air hose in the quick coupling. The Interlock occurs
automatically.
Pay attention to the following maintenance notes:
So, you create best conditions for a long lasting and a trouble free
operation of your compressor.
Attention:
Switch off the compressor on the AUTO I/0 – switch in any case
before each maintenance or repair!
Thereafter, interrupt the voltage supply and set the whole
compressor in a condition completely without pressure (e.g. with
a blow-out gun, which is connected with the quick coupling (item
n°12), the whole pressure of the vessel will be „blown out“. Don’t
direct the blow out gun against humans or animals)!
Pay attention to the “Safety information“ (page 4, point 5)!
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8.1
Maintenance
Intervals
The indicated maintenance intervals are valid for “normal” operating
conditions (surrounding temperature, air humidity and loading). The
maintenance intervals are getting shorter, according the extreme
operating conditions. Please, pay attention to clean and dustless
cooling fins at the cylinder head and the after cooler.
After an operation time of approx. 10 hours, all outer accessible screw
connections, especially cylinder head screws (tightening torque 20
Nm), to be tightened.
Activity
Intervals
Point
Intake Filter:
Check:
- Weekly
8.2
Blow out:
- Every 50 hours of operation
8.2
Change:
- If necessary;
8.2
min. once a year
Oil Level Control:
- Daily or before every
8.3
set-up.
Oil Change:
1. Oil Change:
- After 50 hours of operation
8.3
Mineral Oil:
- Once a year
8.3
Synthetic Oil:
- Every two years
8.3
Relive Condensate:
- Minimum once a week;
8.5
better after every use
Check Screwing:
- Every 500 hours of operation
8.6
8.2
Air intake filter
Effective cleaning of air aspirated from the surroundings is one of the
most important prerequisites for a long service life of the compressor.
The insert in the air intake filter must be blown clean after approx. 50
operating hours using a blow-out gun or it must be replaced, if
necessary.
Important! Never operate the compressor without the air intake filter.
Tip: a check of the air intake filter is particularly necessary if the
compressor has been used for spraying paint or grinding work.
8.3
Check of oil
level and oil
change
Check of oil level:
Always check the oil level in the sight
glass before the compressor is used
(item 14).
The optimum oil level for the compressor
aggregate lies between the lower
minimum mark and the upper maximum
mark (please refer to the adjacent
diagram).
Oil change: The first oil change should be carried out after 50
operating hours. The oil should then be changed at least once a year.
Caution: risk of being burned by hot oil!
(Strictly observe the information given under Point “Maintenance“
(Page 8, Point 8).
- Allow the compressor to run until it is warm.
- Switch off the compressor with the ON / OFF switch. Disconnect
the mains plug.
- Position a suitable collecting container for the waste oil.
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-
Unscrew the cover hood (4 screws).
Pull out the dipstick/oil filler (Item 17).
Unscrew the oil level gauge Pos. 15) and let the waste oil drain
completely.
- Shut again with the oil level gauge.
- Fill in the new oil (see page 5, point 7 “Starting the compressor“.
Under very unfavourable operating conditions, it is possible that
condensate has leaked into the oil. This is indicated by a milky
appearance of the oil. In this case, the oil must be replaced
immediately! Ensure that the waste oil is disposed of in an
environmentally sound manner.
Overfilling must be strictly avoided. For information on the initial
filling and the oil capacity, see page 3, point 1 “Technical
Specifications“.
8.4
Lubricant table
Supplier
Schneider
Druckluft
8.5
Condensate
Mineral compressor oil
Designation
Art. No.
Special oil for Silent
B 770 010
reciprocating
compressors
Package size
1.0 l
Attention: The oil, emulsified in condensate is a water pollutant.
Consider the legal regulations regarding the sanitation.
The quantity of the forming condensate depends on the load and the
ambient temperature of the compressor
Vessel (Item 01): The condensate is collecting on the ground of the
vessel. It has to be emptied regularly, best after each use.
Open in addition the mini-ball bearing (condensate relieve - Item 10)
and discharge the condensate under pressure (max. 2 bar).
Filter pressure reducer (Item 07): Relief of the condensate and
cleaning of the filter:
If the condensate relief valve is in central position (Fig. 1), the valve is
operating semi-automatically. If there is no pressure, the condensate
is relieving.
By pressing the condensate drain valve (Fig. 2), the condensate is
relieving “under pressure”. In order to lock the valve entirely, you turn
the condensate drain valve counter clockwise (Fig. 3).
In order to clean the filter cartridge, the vessel of the filter pressure
reducer must be dismantled (Fig. 4) in a pressure free condition (see
page 8, point 8 “Maintenance“)
The locking screw of the filter cartridge must be unlocked counter
clockwise manually. Now, the filter cartridge can be removed.
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8.6
Screwed
connections
9.
Troubleshooting from A – J
Check that the screwed connections (e.g.: cylinder head screws) are
tight every 500 operating hours.
Attention: Strictly observe the maintenance instructions (Page
8, Point 8 “Maintenance“) as well as the “Safety
information“ (Page 4, Point 5)!
Encountered fault and possible Remedial actions:
causes:
A. The compressor does not start after switching on:
- The accumulator pressure is
- Relieve the pressure in the
greater than the switch-on
accumulator until the pressure
pressure:
switch automatically switches
on.
- Fault in the power supply:
- Check the power supply (only
by a trained electrician)!
- The motor protection has
- Switch off the compressor, wait
tripped:
approx. ten seconds. Switch
on the compressor again. If the
motor protection trips again,
please contact the Schneider
Druckluft service team.
- Pressure switch defect:
- Replace the pressure switch
(only by a trained electrician)!
B. The compressor operates for a short time or hums when the
switch-on pressure is reached and then switches off
automatically:
- The mains supply cable is too - Check the length of the
long or the conductor crossconnection cable and the
section is too low:
conductor cross-section (Page
7, Point 7.2 “Electrical
connection (switching ON /
OFF)“).
C. Multiple tripping of the motor protection switch:
- One current phase has failed: - Check the electrical connection
(only by a trained electrician)!
D. During operation, compressed air is escaping via the pressure
relief valve under the pressure switch:
- Pressure relief valve is leaking: - Clean or replace the pressure
relief valve.
E. The compressor runs continuously:
- The air intake filter is very dirty: - Clean or replace the air intake
filter.
- Pneumatic tools and
- Check the air consumption of
equipment in the compressed
the pneumatic tools or
air network are consuming too
equipment; contact the
much air:
supplier of the pneumatic
equipment.
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Attention: Strictly observe the maintenance instructions (Page
8, Point 8 “Maintenance“) as well as the “Safety
information“ (Page 4, Point 5)!
Encountered fault and possible Remedial actions:
causes:
E. The compressor runs continuously:
- The compressor is leaking:
- Localise the leakage, contact
the Schneider Druckluft service
team.
- Too much condensate in the
- Drain the condensate via the
accumulator:
condensate drainage valve
(Page 10, Point 8.5
“Condensat“).
- Compressed air network is
- Check the compressed air
leaking:
network, seal the leak.
F. During standstills, compressed air escapes from the pressure
relief valve under the pressure switch until the switch-on
pressure is reached:
- The insert in the non-return
- Clean or replace the nonvalve is leaking or is defect:
return valve:
Attention: The accumulator is
pressurised; relieve the
pressure first!
G. The compressor switches on frequently:
- Too much condensate in the
- Drain the condensate (ensure
accumulator:
that is disposed of in an
environmentally sound
manner).
- Compressor overloaded:
- See Point C.
H. The safety valve is blowing off:
- The accumulator pressure is
- The pressure switch must be
higher than the preset cut-out
reset or replaced. (by a trained
pressure:
electrician only)!
- The safety valve is defect:
- Contact the Schneider
Druckluft service team.
I. The compressor aggregate is overheating:
- Insufficient air supply:
- Ensure that sufficient air is
circulating around the
compressor (minimum
distance from the wall 40 cm).
J. The oil level is increasing although no oil has been added:
- Condensate is collecting in the - The compressor is
oil:
overdimensioned (contact the
Schneider Druckluft service
team).
If there are any faults or if you have any queries related to working
with compressed air, please contact our Schneider Druckluft service
team, tel. no. +49 (0) 7121 - 959-244.
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10. Terms of
Warranty
The basis for all warranty claims is the sales receipt. Any damage
caused by improper handling of the compressor is not covered by our
warranty. If you have any queries, please provide the data given on
the type plate of your compressor.
-
Corresponding to the statutory provisions, you will receive a
guarantee warranty for 24 months on material and production
faults on all products for private use only, and a 12-month
guarantee on products used commercially or professionally.
- 10 years for the supply of spare parts.
The following are excluded from the warranty:
- Components subject to wear.
- Damage caused by overloading the compressor.
- Damaged caused by improper usage.
- Damaged caused by incorrect electrical connections.
- Damaged caused by insufficient maintenance.
- Damaged caused by incorrect installation.
- Damaged caused by dust.
If a warranty claim is to be made, the compressor must be in the
original state.
11. Spare parts
service
Visit our website www.schneider-airsystems.com/td/ for the latest
version of all exploded drawings and spare parts lists for our products.
If you have any special questions, please consult the Schneider
Airsystems Service centre in your country (addresses in the service
appendix) or your local dealer
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12. ECDeclaration of
Conformity
Schneider Druckluft GmbH
Ferdinand-Lassalle-Str. 43
D-72770 Reutlingen
GB
EC Declaration of Conformity
We declare under our sole responsibility that this product complies with
the following guidelines: 2006/42/EC machinery directive in conjunction
with 97/23/EC pressure equipment directive, 2009/105/EC simple
pressure vessels directive and 2006/95/EC low voltage directive;
2004/108/EG EMC-directive
Piston compressor: SEM 30-8-4 W, ps= 9 bar, V= 4 l, DN 5
Serial no.: A343005 Year of CE mark: 2010
Undersigned is Head of research and development; Documentation
representative
Reutlingen,
i.V. Christian Kneip
Annex to Declaration of Conformity dated
for piston compressor
SEM 30-8-4 W, ps= 9 bar, V= 4 l, DN 5
Production was carried out in compliance with the following standards:
Machine
Electrical system
EN ISO 12100-1:2003 + A1:2009;
EN 55014-1:2006; EN55014EN ISO 12100-2:2003 + A1:2009;
2:1997 + A1:2001 + A2:2008;EN
EN 1012-1:2005; DIN EN 6020461000-3-2:2006; EN 61000-31:2007 + A1:2009; EN 286-1:1998 3:2008; EN 60947-4-1:2001 +
+ A1:2002 + AC:2002
A1:2002 + A2:2005
The detailed designations of the standards can be viewed in the EU
gazettes under http://www.newapproach.org/
Manufacturer's Declaration for a pressure vessel with a
pressure/capacity product of < 200 bar x litre.
We, Schneider Druckluft GmbH, Ferdinand-Lassalle-Strasse 43,
72770 Reutlingen, Germany, confirm that the pressure vessel with the
pressure/capacity product < 200 bar x litre has been manufactured in
accordance with the applicable technical rules and regulations. The
corresponding pressure tests gave no negative results. The
owner/operator must arrange for periodic inspections by an
authorised person (in accordance with the Operational Safety
Directive). The inspection deadlines are to be specified by the
owner/operator.
Reutlingen, dated 30.03.2010
13. REACh
REACh is a European Chemical Directive that came into effect in
2007. As "downstream users" and product manufacturers, we are
aware of our duty to provide our customers with information. We have
set up the following website to keep you updated with all the latest
news and provide you with informationon all the materials used in our
existing products:
www.schneider-airsystems.com/reach
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