823 0062 040 manual Advance AWD 315 320.indd

AWD 315, AWD 320
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
MODE D'EMPLOI
INSTRUCCIONES DE USO
823 0062 040
Edition 1 2004-11
AWD 315, AWD 320
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ENGLISH_______________________3,4,5,6-9
FRANÇAIS ___________________3,4,5,10-13
ESPAÑOL ____________________3,4,5,14-17
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USA
Nilfisk-Advance Inc.
14600 21st Avenue North
Plymouth, MN 55447-3408
Tel.: (763) 745 3500
Fax :(763) 745 3718
Canada
Nilfisk-Advance Canada Company
396 Watline Avenue
Mississauga
Ontario, L4Z 1X2
Tel.: 905-712-3260
Fax: 905-712-3255
www.mn.nilfisk-advance.com
© 2004 Nilfisk-Advance
HEPA-FILTER, El filtro HEPA, Le filtre HEPA
HEPA-FILTER INSTALLATION INSTALLATION DE HEPA-FILTRE
1
2
3
4
Handle adjusting
Handle adjusting
Handle adjusting
Dry use
1
2 Lift up
Fit the float basket
Dust bag
1
1
motor top
1 Release
latches
2
Wet use
1
Fit the float valve
2
Fit the float basket
1
2 Lift up
motor top
1 Release
latches
Note valve direction!
2
Line up arrows!
Remove hose
Attach hose
Switch on/off
1
2
Cartridge filter
Filter basket
To remove float
Emptying after Wet
cleaning Drain hose
1
2
Filter basket
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
THIS VACUUM CLEANER IS DESIGNED FOR COMMERCIAL USE.
ACCIDENTS DUE TO MISUSE CAN ONLY BE PREVENTED BY THOSE USING THE MACHINE.
READ AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
GENERAL INFORMATION
WARNING!
To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury, please read and
follow all safety instructions and caution markings before use. This vacuum cleaner is designed to be safe when used for cleaning functions
as specified. Should damage occur to electrical or mechanical parts,
the cleaner and / or accessory should be repaired by a competent
service station or the manufacturer before use in order to avoid further
damage to the machine or physical injury to the user.
• Do not use outdoors.
• Do not leave the machine when it is plugged in. Unplug
from the socket when not in use and before maintenance
• Do not use with damaged cord or plug. To unplug grasp
the plug, not the cord. Do not handle plug or cleaner with
wet hands. Turn off all controls before unplugging.
• Do not pull or carry by cord, use cord as a handle, close a
door on cord, or pull cord around sharp edges or corners.
Do not run cleaner over cord. Keep cord away from heated
surfaces.
• Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers and all parts of the body
away from openings and moving parts. Do not put any
objects into openings or use with opening blocked. Keep
openings free of dust, lint, hair, and anything else that
could reduce the flow of air.
• Do not use to pick up flammable or combustible liquids
such as gasoline, or use in areas where they may be present.
• Do not pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such
as cigarettes, matches or hot ashes.
• The appliance is not intended for use by young children
or infirm persons. Young children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
• Use extra care when cleaning on stairs.
• Do not use unless filters are fitted.
• If the cleaner is not working properly or has been dropped,
damaged, left outdoors, or dropped into water, return it to a
service center or dealer.
• Use only as described in this manual and only with the
manufacturer’s recommended attachments.
BEFORE YOU PLUG IN YOUR CLEANER, check the rating plate
located on the cleaners back side to see if the rated voltage agrees
within 10% of the voltage available.
DO NOT OIL, the motor in your new cleaner is permanently lubricated
and sealed. Do not oil the motor at any time.
During shipping, the dust bag may have become dislodged. Check
the bag to insure proper seating before attempting to use the cleaner.
Do not operate the cleaner without the filters installed as damage may
result to the motor.
The machine is equipped with a thermal breaker to protect the motor
and other vital machine parts from overheating. Should this breaker
open, you will have to wait at least 5-10 minutes before you try to start
it again. While you are waiting, switch the machine off and unplug it,
then check the hose, dust bag and filters to be sure that nothing is
blocking the flow of air through the machine.
Note! It is neccessary to reset the machine by pressing the on/off
button, the machine will not start again until this is done.
For longer service life and safe use of your vacuum cleaner, we recommend the following guidelines: Your cleaner is designed to pick
up dirt and dust particles and water. Avoid picking up hard or sharp
objects with your cleaner to avoid bag breakage, clogging or possible
motor damage.
SERVICE INFORMATION
To obtain consistent performance over the life of your vacuum, read
through these instructions and keep them handy for future reference.
If you require service, contact the dealer from whom the vacuum was
purchased, or the local authorized Service Station. Always refer to
your Service Station for complete service information. For prompt
and complete service information, always refer to the model, type
and serial number indicated on the rating plate.
IMPORTANT!
The machine is equipped with a specially designed cord which if
damaged, must be replaced by a cord of the same type. This is available at authorised service centres and dealers and must be
installed by trained personnel.
NOTE!
Remove the plug from the socket before performing maintenance.
Before using the machine make sure that the frequncy and voltage
shown on the rating plate correspond with the mains voltage.
Specifications and details are subject to change without prior
notice. The accessories shown in the pictures may vary from model
to model.
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GROUNDING / DOUBLE INSULATION INSTRUCTIONS
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS (USA, Canada)
Applicable to machines with a three-pin plug
This appliance must be grounded. If it should malfunction or
breakdown, grounding provides a path of least resistance for
electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. This appliance is equipped with a cord having an equipment-grounding
conductor and grounding plug. The plug must be plugged into
an appropriate outlet that is properly installed and grounded in
accordance with all local codes and ordinances.
DANGER!
Improper connection of an equipment-grounding conductor can
result in risk of electric shock. Check with qualified electrician
or service person if you are in doubt as to whether the outlet
is properly grounded, Do not modify the plug provided with the
appliance. If it will not fit the outlet, have proper outlet installed
by a qualified technician.
This appliance is for use on a nominal 120 volt circuit and has
a grounding plug that looks like the plug illustrated in Figure A.
A temporary adaptor which looks like the adaptor illustrated in
Figure B may be used to connect this plug to a two-pole receptacle, as shown, if a properly grounded outlet is not available.
The temporary adaptor should be used only until a properly
grounded outlet, Figure A, can be installed by a qualified electrician. The green colored rigid ear, lug, or the like extending
from the adaptor must be connected to a permanent ground
such as a properly grounded outlet box cover. Whenever the
adaptor is used, it must be held in place by a metal screw.
S E R V I C I N G O F D O U B L E - I N S U L AT E D
APPLIANCES
Applicable to machines with a two-pin plug
In a double-insulated appliance, two systems of insulation are
provided instead of grounding. No grounding means is provided on a double-insulated appliance, nor should a meand
for grounding be added to the appliance. Servicing a doubleinsulated appliance requires extreme care and knowledge
of the system, and should be done only by qualified service
personnel. Replacement parts for a double-insulated appliance
must be identical to the parts they replace. A double insulated
appliance is marked with the words
"DOUBLE INSULATION" or
"DOUBLE INSULATED."
The symbol (square within a square) may also be used on
the product.
SERVICE INFORMATION
To obtain consistent performance over the life of your vacuum,
read through these instructions and keep them handy for future
reference. If you require service, contact the dealer from whom
the vacuum was purchased, or the local authorized Service
Station. Always refer to your Service Station for complete service information, For prompt and complete service information,
always refer to the model, type and serial number indicated on
the rating plate.
NOTE! This temporary adaptor is not permitted IMPORTANT
If the supply cord of this appliance is damaged, it must be
in Canada
replaced by a repair shop appointed by the manufacturer as
special purpose tools are required.
GROUNDED
O U T L E T
BOX
FIGURE B
FIGURE A
ADAPTOR
GROUNDED OUTLET
BOX
M E TA L
SCREW
GROUNDING
TAB
GROUNDING BLADE IS LONGEST OF
THE THREE BLADES
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
Adjusting the handle
The handle can be adjusted to the suitable working height.
Start by loosing the two locking knobs at each side of
the handle. Then adjust the handle by moving it upwards
or downwards until the proper angle is found. Secure
handle by tighten locking screws in clockwise directions.
Dry Use
This machine has a number of dry material pick up options
that should be considered. This machine shall always have
the filter basket and the float basket mounted when picking up
dry material. This is also valid when using a dust bag.
Filter Basket:
A filter basket comes standard with this machine. It can be
used to collect a large amount of dry material directly in the
tank. It also can function as a pre-filter to extend the life of the
cartridge filter or HEPA filter.
Dust Bag:
Dry material can be collected in a dust bag and then easily
disposed of without creating a mess.
Cartridge Filter:
The optional cartridge filter provides even finer particle
filtration than the dust bag or filter basket.
HEPA Protection Ring (HPR) and HEPA Filter:
The optional HPR and HEPA filter provide true HEPA filtration
according to DOP MIL-STD-282 specifications. The HPR
must always be used when the HEPA filter is used for either
wet or dry pick up.
How to Use the Filter Basket:
The filter basket should always be used when collecting dry
material. It should never be used when collecting wet or moist
material. The filter basket always is mounted directly on top
of the tank. The float shut off valve or cartridge filter must be
installed when the filter basket is used. The filter basket can
be used alone to collect a large volume of dry material directly
into the tank. The filter basket also serves as a pre-filter
when using the optional cartridge filter or HEPA Protection
Ring (HPR) and HEPA filter and servers to extend the life of
these filters. The filter basket should be installed between
the tank and the motor top or between the tank and HPR.
The filter basket is washable. Wash using mild detergent.
Dry thoroughly before use. It can also be vacuumed off with
another HEPA filtered vacuum.
How to Use the Dust Bag:
The dust bag provides a neat and clean way to dispose of dry
material. It is not reusable or washable. Secure the dust bag
to the inlet on the inside of the tank by sliding the cardboard
piece with rubber membrane over the inlet. Make sure the
bag is pushed on as far as it will go. During use, check the
bag frequently and remove and dispose of when about 2/3
full. Overfilling the bag may make it more difficult to remove
and increases the risk of the bag breaking and spilling the
contents.
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How to Use the Cartridge Filter:
The cartridge filter is for dry use only and provides better
filtration than the dust bag and/or the filter basket. The use
of the filter basket and/or dust bag helps ensure longer life
of the cartridge filter by acting as a pre-filter for larger debris.
The cartridge filter can be mounted directly to the motor top
or to the bottom of the HPR. The cartridge filter mounts in
place of the float shut basket. Remove the float shut off valve
by rotating it counter clockwise and then install the cartridge
filter by pushing it in place. Be careful to not damage the filter
media. The cartridge filter is not washable. It may be cleaned
by gently vacuuming it with a HEPA vacuum and a soft brush.
Be careful not to puncture or damage the filter media. Do not
use compressed air to clean the filter.
How to Use the HEPA Protection Ring (HPR) and HEPA
Filter:
The HPR and HEPA filter work together to provide true HEPA
filtration capturing 99.97% of particles that are 0.3 microns
and larger. The HPR must always be used when the HEPA
filter is used. For dry applications the use of the filter basket
in conjunction with the dust bag or cartridge filter is highly
recommended to extend the life of the HEPA filter. When
vacuuming dry hazardous material it is recommended to use
a dust bag, filter basket, cartridge filter and HEPA filter. For wet
or moist applications the float shut off valve should be installed
and no other filters should be used except the HEPA filter. The
HEPA filter is not washable and no maintenance should be
performed on the filter itself. Once the filter becomes clogged
it should be disposed of in accordance with federal, state and
local laws and regulations.
Wet Use
The vacuum is equipped with a float shut off valve that shuts off
the vacuum when the maximum fluid level has been reached.
The purpose is to protect the vacuum motor by shutting off
the air flow before motor damage occurs. When the maximum
level is reached there will be a significant change in sound
and airflow through the hose will decrease.
The float shut off valve is removable and can be placed either
on the motor top itself or on the bottom of the HEPA Protection
Ring.The float shut off should be cleaned after each use with
a damp cloth and mild detergent.
When re-installing the float shut off valve, make sure the float
itself is installed correctly. The open end should be pointing
down into the tank and the closed end should face upwards
towards the motor top. Installing the float in the wrong
orientation will allow water to collect inside the float. In this
case it will not float and will not shut off the vacuum properly.
Water will then be drawn into the motor top and will destroy
the vacuum.
For wet applications, no other filters should be used except
the HEPA filter.
Draining
This machine is equipped with a rear mounted drain hose
that makes empty the contents quick, easy and clean. Simply
remove the end cap from the hose and slowly lower the drain
hose to release the contents.
USE AND SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
WHEN USED IN HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE
RECOVERY
WARNING
To reduce the risk of exposure to hazardous substances
you must read and follow all safety instructions in this
Instructions for Use manual.
Attention Employer
· Please ensure the Instructions for Use manual are provided to
and understood by your employees or any other persons who
use this equipment.
· To list all toxic and hazardous substances would be beyond
the scope of these instructions. It is the employer’s and
operator’s responsibility to identify hazardous or toxic substan
ces which may be collected by the equipment during operation.
Such information must be communicated to operators and other
potential users of this equipment.
· This cleaner is designed for recovery and collection of dust,
debris and particulate matter only.
· This cleaner is not suitable for recovery and collection of any
form of hazardous vapors. Do not use the cleaner if these
vapors are present.
· This cleaner is not suitable for recovery and collection of flam
mable or explosive solvents, chemicals, or liquids. Do not use
the cleaner if these liquids are present.
General Instructions
· Contact with the cleaner, dustbag, filter and all other
accessories used when picking-up hazardous materials must
be handled according to federal (EPA, OSHA), state and local
regulations valid for the vacuumed substance.
· Do not use this cleaner for the removal of hazardous
substances unless you are licensed and/or certified for this work
by the all authorities having jurisdiction.
Instructions for Use
· Operation of the cleaner when picking up hazardous substances
must be accompanied by the use of appropriate personal
protective clothing and respiratory protection.
· Do not pick-up hazardous substances without the HEPA filter in
place.
· If this vacuum cleaner is used to collect hazardous substances,
do not attempt to open or empty its contents without the use of
personal protective clothing and respiratory protection.
· If the cleaner is not working properly or has been dropped,
damaged, left out doors, or dropped into water, return it to a
qualified service center or dealer.
· This cleaner circulates ambient air for cooling the vacuum motor.
Hazardous particles may accumulate in the internal motor cooling
air ducts and could be released into the exhaust airstream at any
time. If the cleaner is used in an enclosed contaminated
environment, it should be committed exclusively to this type of
environment and not operated outside of an enclosed and
controlled environment.
· Before the cleaner and any accessories are removed from a
controlled environment, all external surfaces must be
decontaminated according to federal (EPA, OSHA), state and
local regulations valid for the vacuumed substance.
Filter Replacement
· All disposed filters, bags, and debris should be treated as a
hazardous substance and must be disposed in accordance with
all federal, state, and local regulations.
· Use only approved Euroclean vacuum filters and bags.
· The following is a recommended replacement interval for all of
the filters and bag. These items should be replaced more often if
you experience a loss of performance.
· Disposable filter dust bags – When the bag is 2/3 full it should
be replaced. Excessive over filling of this bag makes it difficult
to remove from the vacuum tank and can result in breakage and
spills.
· Motor pre-filter – This filter should be replaced or vacuumed
thoroughly using a HEPA vacuum with every fifth change of
bag or whenever there is a visible collection of debris on
the filter.
Filter basket – This filter should be replaced or
vacuumed thoroughly using a HEPA vacuum with every
change of bag or whenever there is a visible collection of
debris on the filter.
· Cartridge filter – This filter should be replaced with every fifth
change of the pre-filter or whenever there is a visible collection of
debris on the filter.
· HEPA filter – Replace this filter at least every six months or more
often if a loss of vacuum continues after you have replaced all
other filters and the bag.
How to examine filters
· Filters collect and are contaminated with hazardous substances.
The inspection and or replacement of any filter must only be
done with the use of personal protective clothing, proper
respiratory protection and in a controlled environment.
· The filter basket and the HEPA filter cannot be cleaned.
Periodically make a visual inspection of each filter for a build-up
of debris or damage to the sealing surfaces. If any filter appears
to be clogged, damaged in any way, or has changed color
(HEPA-filter should be white) which indicates excessive dirt buildup, replace with a new filter making sure to install new secondary
and primary filters.
· If any visible dust particle emissions are observed in the vacuum
exhaust air stream, stop operations immediately. If this occurs,
the HEPA filter has ruptured or failed and must be replaced.
Service Instructions
· If this cleaner has been used to pick-up hazardous substances in
an enclosed contaminated environment, the internal components
of the powerhead may be contaminated.
· External decontamination of the cleaner must be carried out.
However, external decontamination will not eliminate any internal
contamination. Any servicing of the powerhead involving
disassembly must be done inside of a contained environment
by trained service personnel using appropriate personal
protective clothing and respiratory protection.
· Any replaced components or debris collected during servicing
should be treated as a hazardous substance and must be
disposed of in accordance with all federal, state, and local
regulations.
· All sealing rings and gaskets should be replaced anytime the unit
is disassembled to assure high machine efficiency.
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ENGLISH
SPECIFICATIONS
Rated power
Protection grade (moist, dust)
Protection class (electrical)
Airflow with hose and tube
Vacuum, at nozzle
Suction power with hose
Sound power IEC 704 2.1
Sound preassure BS 5415
Dust bag capacity
Tank capacity
Weight, cleaner only
AWD 315
AWD 320
120V
120V
W
–
–
1350
IP24
1350
IP24
l/sec
kPa
W
dB(A)
dB(A
37
22
260
82
67
42
22
260
81
67
3.43
15 gross
529
4.49
20 gross
705
Gallon
Gallon
Oz
Specifications and details are subject to change without prior notice.
FRANÇAIS
CARACTÉRISTIQUES TECHNIQUES
AWD 315
AWD 320
120V
120V
W
–
–
1350
IP24
1350
IP24
Débit avec tuyau et tubes
Aspiration à l’embout
Puissance d’aspiration avec tuyau
Puissance sonore IEC 704 2.1
Pression sonore BS 5415
l/sec
kPa
W
dB(A)
dB(A)
37
22
260
82
67
42
22
260
81
67
Capacité sac à poussière
Capacité réservoir
Poids, aspirateur seul
Gallon
Gallon
Oz
Puissance nominale
Classe de protection (humidité, poussière)
Classe de protection (électricité)
3.43
15 gross
529
4.49
20 gross
705
Les caractéristiques des matérials peuvent être modifiées à tout moment,
en fonction de l’évolution technique.
ESPAÑOL
ESPECIFICACIONES
Potencia nominal
Grado de protección (humedad, polvo)
Clase de protección (eléctrica)
Flujo de aire con manguera y tubo
Aspiración, en la boquilla
Potencia de succión con manguera
Potencia acústica IEC 704 2.1
Presión del sonido BS 5415
Capacidad de la bolsa del polvo
Capacidad del depósito
Peso, aspiradora solamente
AWD 315
AWD 320
120V
120V
W
–
–
1350
IP24
1350
IP24
l/seg
kPa
W
dB(A)
dB(A
37
22
260
82
67
42
22
260
81
67
Gallon
Gallon
Oz
3.43
15 gross
529
4.49
20 gross
705
Las especificaciones y detalles pueden sufrir variaciones sin previo aviso.
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