Operating Instructions BDC-1114 - EN - version 1.9

Original
Operating Instructions
VERSION 1.9
BDC-1114PM / BDC-1114PH / BDC-1114PH CA ASBESTOS
Original Operating Instructions
1 Cover Handle
2
3
4
5
6
8
Handle
Switch plate
Start switch
Fill level indicator
Plug socket
Adjustment of dust hose
diameter
10 Latch
11 Dust hose connection
12
13
14
15
Rotary slider
Steering wheels
Container
Wheels
16
17
18
19
Container clamps
Motor housing
Support plate
Cover
20 Driving handle (Option)
J
K
L
A Driving handle
ES 012834
F Accessory storage
ES 512723
B Suction hose Ø35 mm
ES 413235
G PE emptying and disposal bag
E06260 (5x)
C M-class filter
ES 423159
Set of 2 cartridges M/535 777
H-class filter cartridge
ES 428956
Set of 2 cartridges H/HEPA 551029
H PE bag for ASBESTOS
ES 430249 (5x)
I Rubber sleeve (Option)
Ø 4 - 3.5 – 3 - 2.5 mm
ES 430669
D Motor protection filter
ES 408040
ES 529752
E Crevice nozzle (Option)
ES 430690
J Connector
for Blastrac Ø 51 mm hose
K Blastrac PU dust hose Ø51 mm
(Option)
L Fleece filter-bag (M-class)
ES 435305
004583
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Introduction
It is important that all persons who are working or maintaining this machine read the manual carefully and
understand it fully. Keep this manual near to the machine, so it can always be consulted. In case you sell the
unit, hand it on to the next owner.
This machine is designed for industrial use by professionals. Only authorized and trained personnel may
operate this machine. This machine is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge.
Machine description
The Blastrac dust collector BDC-1114 is intended for industrial use in combination with Blastrac machines.
It can be used for dry or wet cleaning.
The BDC-1114PM is designed for usage in conditions according to classification M (see below).
The BDC-1114PH is designed for usage in conditions according to classification H (see below).
The BDC-1114PH CA ASBESTOS is designed for usage in Asbestos removal.
Classification acc. standard EN 60335-2-69 – Annexe AA
Type
Class
Designation
BDC-1114PM
M
Class M vacuum devices are suitable for aspiration/clearing of
dry, non-combustible dusts, non-combustible liquids, wood dusts
and hazardous dusts with workplace limit values of ≥ 0.1 mg/m³.
H
Class H vacuum devices are suitable for aspiration/clearing of
dry, non-combustible dusts, carcinogenic and pathogenic particles
as well as non-combustible liquids, wood dusts and toxic dusts
with workplace limit values of < 0.1 mg/m³.
BDC-1114PH
& PH CA
ASBESTOS
Dust emissions into the environment
Class
Value of performance
L
Retains at least 99 % of particles measuring ≥ 3 µm
M
Retains at least 99,9 % of particles measuring ≥ 3 µm
H
Retains at least 99,995 % of particles measuring ≥ 3 µm
The BDC-1114 is available in 3 versions :
 230 Volt 50/60hz version
 110 Volt 50Hz version
 120 Volt 60Hz version
All versions dust collectors are complete with an electronic filter cleaner. It can be used in automatic mode for
a constant high suction power.
Application
The BDC-1114 is especially designed to be used in combination with Blastrac hand grinders, hand scarifiers,
hand blaster machines and some other types of Blastrac machines.
But the BDC-1114 is also a perfect dust collector for all other kind of hand equipment and machines.
Contact Blastrac B.V. for the correct execution and combinations.
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Labels: The following labels are placed on the machine.
Type plate on all classes machines
Descriptions :
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Data regarding power supply.
IP enclosures
Serial number
CE marking
Class M appliances.
WARNING: This unit contains hazardous
dust. Emptying and maintenance, including
the removal of the dust bag, may only
be carried out by someone who is familiar
with the unit and wearing suitable protective
gear. Do not switch on the unit until the
complete filter system has been installed
and the function of the volume-flow control
has been tested.
Class H appliances.
Full text :
“WARNING: This appliance contains dust hazardous
to health. Emptying and maintenance operations,
including removal of the dust collection means,
must only be carried out by authorised personnel
wearing suitable personal protection. Do not
operate without the full filtration system fitted. “
Class H / ASBESTOS appliances.
Full text :
“WARNING: This appliance contains dust hazardous
to health. Emptying and maintenance operations,
including removal of the dust collection means,
must only be carried out by authorised personnel
wearing suitable personal protection. Do not
operate without the full filtration system fitted. “
Extra type plate for ASBESTOS
Descriptions :
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Data regarding airflow
IP enclosures
Weight
Sound data
Filter cartridges
M/535 777 - Filter cartridge dust class M
Set of 2 cartridges.
Art.Nr. M/535 777 - Order Nr. ES 423159
H/HEPA 551029 -Filter cartridge dust class H
Set of 2 cartridges with test certificates.
Art.Nr. H/HEPA 551029 – Order Nr. ES 428956
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Regulations regarding asbestos
-The H-class filter cartridges are mandatory.
- Each Asbestos vacuum cleaner comes with a PE emptying and disposal bags for ASBESTOS it is
mandatory to use this when working with asbestos.
-The PE bags must be fitted as described in chapter 7.4 and disposed of as described in chapter 7.2.
-Check the local regulations on maintenance and inspection intervals for asbestos vacuum cleaners, but
at least once per year the machine should be checked by professionals and get a full overhaul.
-Preferably use the machine for dry asbestos cleaning.
-Check and obey the local regulations regarding the handling and disposal of the contaminated waste.
-All parts of the dust collector must be considered as contaminated when they are removed from the
hazardous zone and appropriate actions must be taken to prevent dust from dispersing.
-Blastrac B.V. cannot be held responsible for the misuse and /or failure to comply with the rules by the
user.
-In areas with asbestos fiber concentrations respirators with particulate filter P3 must be worn:
1. Particle-filtering half masks FFP3 for brief activities of a maximum of two hours per shift,
2. Half Masks with P3 filter for prolonged activities,
3. Mask with blowers and particle filters TM2P or higher respirators.
General requirements
If there is a possibility that asbestos fibres are released, they shall be collected at the exit point or point of
origin and then be disposed of without risk to human and environment according to the best technical
measures available. If complete capture is not possible, additional ventilation measures are to be taken
according to the best technical measures available.
At the end of work, the tools including exhaust ducts, work equipment and the work area must be carefully
cleaned.
With asbestos fibres contaminated objects that cannot be cleaned must be moistened and removed properly.
After cleaning the work area must be adequately ventilated.
Particular requirements for industrial vacuum cleaners and dust collectors
Extracted air must be guided or cleaned in a way that asbestos fibres are not released into the breathing air of
other workers. The dust obtained must be transported in dustproof containers. Decanting is not permitted.
The asbestos fibre content in the exhausted air may not exceed 1000 Fibres / m³.
This machine is a type-approved industrial vacuum cleaner or dust collector and meets this criterion.
It must be ensured that the working area is supplied with sufficient outdoor air (fresh air).
For activities involving materials containing asbestos, a recirculation of purified air in the work area is not
allowed.
The following activities with this industrial vacuum cleaner or dust collector and recirculation of purified air are
permitted:
1. Activities involving low exposure according to TRGS 519, Number 2.8 confined spaces or small-scale work to
TRGS 519, Section 2.10,
2. Cleaning.
This industrial vacuum cleaner or dust collector is to be serviced, as required, but at least once a year, and if
necessary, repaired, by a competent person (see qualification TRGS 519, Number 5.3, paragraph 2) to check
or by a maintenance company. The test result is provided on request.
In the black area used industrial vacuum cleaners and dust collectors may only be operated in the white area
after complete cleaning, including the motor housing.
For engines with bypass cooling also the cooling air ducts have to be cleaned.
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1 Safety advice
DANGER! – WARNING!
▶Danger of suffocation
● Keep packaging material such as plastic bags away from children.
▶Never stand or sit upon the vacuum device.
▶Particular caution is advised when ascending stairs.
Pay attention to standing safely.
▶Do not pull the suction hose and connection line over sharp edges,
kink it or shut it.
▶Always lay the suction hose and connection line so that nobody may
trip over them.
▶In case of any leakage of foam or liquid, immediately switch off
the vacuum device.
▶Always keep the inside of the lid dry.
▶Do not start the vacuum device including its accessories if:
●the vacuum device shows detectable damage (fissures/cracks);
●the power connection line is defective or shows fissuring or ageing; or
●any invisible defect is suspected (after a fall).
▶Do not allow the rotating brushes to get into contact with
the power connection line.
▶Do not operate the vacuum device where there is danger of explosions.
▶Keep the vacuum device away from inflammable gases and substances.
▶Do not aspirate any combustible or explosive solvents, materials soaked in
solvents, explosive dusts, liquids such as petrol, oil, alcohol, diluents or
materials hotter than 60 °C (140 °F).
▷▷Otherwise there will be danger of fire and explosions!
▶Have repairs been made only by experts, e. g. the producer’s service.
Use original spare parts only.
▶Improperly repaired devices pose a hazard for the user.
▶Use the socket of the vacuum device only for the purposes defined in
the instruction manual.
▶In case of any inappropriate usage, improper operation or repair,
the producer shall be exempt from liability.
▶Do not use any damaged extension lines.
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DANGER! – WARNING!
▶If the connector line of the vacuum device has been damaged, it must be
replaced with a special connector line which is available from the producer
or their service.
▶Electric brushes: Do not allow the rotating brushes to get into contact
with the power connection line.
▶The voltage on the type sign must correspond to the grid voltage.
▶After every use and before any maintenance, switch off the vacuum
device and pull the power plug.
▶Pull on the plug only, not on the line.
▶Never plug or pull the power plug with wet hands.
▶The socket must be secured via a household fuse with a
suitable current rating.
▶Never open the vacuum device outdoors in rain or storm.
Caution
▶Persons (including children) who are, due to their physical, sensory or intellectual
abilities or lack of experience or knowledge, unable to safely use the
vacuum device should not use it without supervision or instruction by a responsible
person.
▶Particular caution is advised with children, elderly or infirm persons.
▶Do not point nozzle, tube or hose at people or animals.
▶ Use only the brushes supplied with the vacuum device or defined in the instruction
manual. Use of any other brushes may pose a safety hazard.
▶Clean and disinfect the vacuum device immediately after use to prevent microbial
contamination due to long-term failure to clean it, especially when using the
device in food-processing.
▶Do not use any steam jets or high-pressure cleaners for cleaning.
▶Acids, acetone and solvents may corrode parts of the vacuum device.
▶Do not leave the device without supervision. In case of longer interruptions of work,
pull the power plug.
▶Do not clean filter cassettes with compressed air.
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Read the operating manual carefully before starting to
use the vacuum cleaner. It provides important
instructions for the operation, safety, care and
maintenance. Keep the operating manual in a safe
place and, in case you sell the unit, hand it on to the next
owner.
The manufacturer reserves the right to carry out
modifications to the design and equipment.
Any other work not covered by this operating manual
must not be carried out.
3 Before use
▶▶ When unpacking, check that the delivery is
complete and that there is no transport damage.
▶▶ Before using, the operators should be provided
with information, instructions and training for the
use of the vacuum cleaner and the substances that
it is to be used for, including the safe procedure for
the removal of the gathered material.
2 Indicator and operating elements
Select from the following functions and settings:
0
Vacuum cleaner is
switched off
-Plug socket current-conducting
I
Vacuum cleaner is
running
-Plug socket current-conducting
-Automatic shaker function off
IR
Vacuum cleaner is
running
-Plug socket current-conducting
-Automatic shaker function on
AR
Ready for operation
-Plug socket current-conducting
-Automatic shaker function on
- The vacuum cleaner is switched on and off via the
connected electrical tool at the plug socket.
-- During suction, the folding filter cassettes are cleaned
alternately when a specific negative pressure is reached, at
which there is still adequate suction air.
-- When the container is full and/or there is a blockage in the
suction hose, the full indicator lights up, an acoustic signal
is also emitted.
-- Determine the maximum negative pressure for automatic
shaking.
Automatic shaker
function
Fill level indicator
Setting the suction
hose diameter
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4 Commissioning
4.1 Switching on and off
The plug socket on the vacuum cleaner will always
be live when the mains plug is plugged in,
irrespectively of the position of the switch
Caution!
Electric tools and compressed air tools must be
switched off when they are connected
Information
If the switch is in the >0< position, the plug socket on the
vacuumcleaner can be used as an extension lead.
! Connection value: Vacuum cleaner + connected unit,
maximum 16 A.
▶▶ Insert the plug into socket
> 0 < Vacuum cleaner is switched off
> I < Vacuum cleaner switched on without
Shaker function
> IR < Vacuum cleaner switched on with
Automatic shaker function
>AR< Vacuum cleaner on standby
The vacuum cleaner only switches on when
the tool is switched on.
After the tool is switched off, the vacuum
cleaner runs on for approx. 10 sec to
prevent any residue from collecting
in the hose.
▶▶ Set the vacuum cleaner to the switch position >0<.
▶▶ Pull out the plug after you have finished.
▶▶ Fix the suction hose in the accessory storage
location on the back of the container for storage.
▶▶ The ends of the hose can be pushed into each
other to prevent particles of dirt from coming out.
Caution!
Selector switch for minimum material flow (horn and
light) on the vacuum cleaners:
In the modes >AR< and >IR< the following setting is
made, depending on the diameter of the hose:
Hose inner
diameter
Selection switch
(position 8, page 2)
Ø 50 mm
35 (Blastrac dust hose)
Ø 35 mm
35 (70 m3/hr)
Ø 27 mm
27 (40 m3/hr)
▷▷ Push the plug of the vacuum cleaner into the
plug socket.
▷▷ Set the switch for normal operation without
shaker function to “I”
and set it to “IR” for normal operation with shaker
function and to
“AR” for standby mode.
↳↳ The vacuum cleaner is ready for suction.
▷▷ After vacuum cleaning, set the switch to “O”.
↳↳ The vacuum cleaner is switched off.
▷▷ Pull the mains plug of the vacuum cleaner out of
the plug socket.
▷▷ Secure the mains cable.
▷▷ Remove the electric/compressed air tool.
5 Operating modes
▶▶ When using the grip handle you can adapt the
suction performance by using the slider to control
access of air into the hose.
5.1 Dry vacuum cleaning
You should only use the vacuum cleaner with a dry
filter and appropriate accessories to prevent dust
from accumulating and forming encrustations.
When using the vacuum cleaner to remove soot,
cement, plaster, flour or similar dust we
recommend using fleece filter bags. Always
use filter bags in combination with folding filter
cassettes.
Information
M, H and H Asbestos class vacuum cleaners should
be preferably used as dry vacuum cleaners.
5.2 Wet vacuum cleaning
Caution!
Switch the vacuum cleaner off immediately if foam
or liquid starts to come out.
▷▷ Empty the container and, if necessary, clean the
folding filter cassette.
Information
Clean the water level
sensors (1) regularly
and examine for signs
of damage.
No speed regulation is carried out. The vacuum cleaner
always runs at max. speed.
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▷▷ Wet vacuum cleaning without paper filter bags.
The folding filter cassettes are designed for wet
vacuum cleaning.
The fitted sensor switches the motor off when the
container is full. The handling of the vacuum
cleaner can be compromised by a full container.
▷▷ Empty the vacuum cleaner (see “7 Emptying the
container”).
Caution
If the vacuum cleaner is not switched off, the
re-start protection unit remains operative.
Only after switching off and re-starting is
the vacuum cleaner ready for use again.
▷▷ Remove the suction hose from the liquid before
emptying.
▷▷ After switching off, a small quantity of water can
flow back out of the hose, as a result of the high
suction level and the favourable flow condition in
the container.
▷▷ If you use it as a dry vacuum cleaner, you must
insert dry filters.
Information
If you change between dry and wet vacuum
cleaning frequently, we recommend using a second
set of filters, preferably polyester folding filter
cassettes.
6 Permanent filter cleaning
The vacuum cleaner is fitted with an
electromagnetic filter cleaning unit which can be
used to shake the dust off the folding filter
cassettes.
The folding filter cassettes are cleaned alternately
so that continuous working can be guaranteed.
- Continuous monitoring of the filter filling level
through differential pressure measurement, for
an absolutely precise on-demand filter cleaning
during the operation
- Thereby constant high air flow cleaning
guaranteed during the operation, even for
critical types of dust
7 Emptying the container
Information
Only permitted for dust with AGW‘s > 1mg/m3 !
Switch the vacuum cleaner off,
pull the mains plug out.
▷▷ Open the latches.
▷▷ Remove the cover and suction hose from the
container.
▷▷ Empty the container by pouring out.
7.1 Dispose of the fleece filter bag
▷▷ Pull the mains plug out.
▷▷ Fit mouth protection.
▷▷ Remove suction hose, close off the suction
spigot with the plug.
▷▷ Open the side latches, remove the top section.
▷▷ Carefully pull the flange off the suction spigot
and close off the flange.
▷▷ Dispose of the vacuumed up material in
accordance with legal requirements.
7.2 Dispose of the PE emptying
and disposal bag
▷▷ PE emptying and disposal bag: Switch the
vacuum cleaner on, shake the folding filter
cassettes. Switch off the vacuum cleaner.
▷▷ Fit mouth protection.
▷▷ Remove suction hose, close off the suction
spigot with a plug.
▷▷ Open the side latches, remove the top section.
Before setting aside the top section, switch to
>IR< position, to draw up any floating dust which
may exist.
▷▷ Close off the PE emptying and disposal bag
carefully with the tie-wrap provided.
▷▷ Carefully pull the flange off the suction spigot
and close it off.
▷▷ Remove the PE emptying and disposal bag
carefully from the container.
▷▷ Dispose of the vacuumed up material in
accordance with legal requirements.
7.3 Insert fleece filter bag
NOTE - Only use fleece filter bags for dry vacuum cleaning.
▷▷ Slide the flange completely over the suction aperture
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8 Changing the filter
Information
Operating the rotary slider
▶▶ Push the rotary slider from the inside to the
outside, turn through 180° (see mark) and then
push inwards again from the outside through the
suction spigot
▶▶ Place the rotary slider in the suction aperture
with the mark ▲ pointing upwards.
For fleece bag
(M-class)
8.1 Changing the folding filter
▷▷ Shake the folding filter cassettes before
changing them.
▷▷ Turn the lock on the latch through 90° in a
counter-clockwise direction with a coin or similar
object and push the latch to the rear.
▷▷ Fold the hood up
▷▷ Immediately isolate the folding filter cassettes
that you have removed in a dust-tight plastic bag
and dispose of properly in accordance with the
regulations.
▷▷ Insert new folding filter cassettes.
▷▷ Lift the locking bracket up, fold the hood down
and click in place with light pressure.
▷▷ Place the upper section on the container and
close the side latches.
7.4 Insert PE emptying and
disposal bag
▷▷ Slide the flange completely over the suction
aperture and place the upper bag opening over the
edge of the container.
9 Changing the motor
protection filter
Operating the rotary slider
▶▶ Push the rotary slider from the inside to the
outside, turn through 180° (see mark) and then
push inwards again from the outside through the
suction spigot
▶▶ Place the rotary slider in the suction aperture
with the mark
If the motor protection filter is contaminated this
indicates defective filter cassettes.
▷▷ Replacing the folding filter cassettes.
▷▷ Replace the motor protection filter or wash the
motor protection filter under flowing water, dry
and re-insert.
● pointing upwards.
For H-class &
ASBESTOS
▷▷ Place the upper section on the container and
close the side latches.
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10 Transport
▷▷ Insert the closing plug of the vacuum cleaner
into the suction aperture.
▷▷ The motor head must be securely fixed to the
container (close the latches).
▷▷ Place the accessories in a suitable plastic bag
and seal the plastic bag or place it in the tool
storage compartment.
▷▷ Plug the ends of the suction hose into each
other.(3)
▷▷ Place the hose around the vacuum cleaner and
clamp onto the handle.
Caution
Precautionary measures with vacuum
cleaners class H and M
The outside of the vacuum cleaner should be
cleaned and wiped down or should be treated with
a sealing agent before being removed from the
dangerous area. All parts of the vacuum cleaner
must be considered to be contaminated when they
are removed from the danger area and suitable
handling must be used to prevent dust distribution.
Contaminated items
When carrying out maintenance or repair work, all
contaminated items which have not been
adequately cleaned must be disposed of. Such
items must be disposed of in impermeable bags in
accordance with the applicable regulations
concerning the disposal of such waste.
Information
Testing the effectiveness of the vacuum
cleaner
NOTE: In addition, the effectiveness of the
vacuum cleaner class H must be checked at least
once a year. There must be an adequate air
exchange rate L in the room if the
exhaust air returns to the room. Further
information can be taken from your national
regulations. If the suction of the vacuum cleaner
reduces and the cleaning procedure of the folding
filter cassettes increases, the suction performance
is not adequate (provided that the container is
empty and the fleece filter bag has been replaced)
then it is necessary to replace the folding filter
cassettes.
11.1 Cleaning
11 Maintenance
-Switch the vacuum cleaner off and pull out the
mains plug before any maintenance work.
For maintenance by the user, the vacuum cleaner
must be
- dismantled,
- cleaned and
- maintained,
as far as possible without creating any danger to
the maintenance personnel or other.
Precautionary measures
Suitable precautionary measures include
- Cleaning before dismantling,
- Provide local filtered positive ventilation where
the vacuumcleaner is to be dismantled,
- Clean the maintenance area and
- suitable personal protection equipment.
Acids, alkalis and solvents can corrode the vacuum
cleaner parts.
▷▷ Clean the container and accessories with water.
▷▷ Wipe the top section with a damp cloth.
▷▷ Allow the container and accessories to dry.
11.2 Repair
DANGER! – WARNING!
▶▶ Inappropriately repaired vacuum cleaners
present a danger to the operator.
▶▶ Have repairs carried out by specialists, e. g.
customer service. Use only genuine spare parts.
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12 First aid in the event of a fault
Information
Fault
Possible cause
Remedy
Reduction in suction
Filter contaminated
Clean
fleece filter full
Change
Container full
Empty
Nozzle, pipes or hose blocked
Clean
Vacuum cleaner will not start
Mains plug plugged in?
Mains power missing?
Mains cable OK?
Cover closed properly?
Water sensor switched off?
The vacuum cleaner does not
start
When the tool is switched on in
the ‘AR’mode
PE emptying and disposal bag
is sucked against the filter
Vacuum cleaner classes M or
H: with inserted paper filter
dust in filter
Vacuum cleaner in readiness for
operation "AR" ?
Is the mains plug of the unit in
the plug socket?
Set to “I” or “IR”
Put the mains plug in the
vacuum cleaner plug socket
Solenoid valve of compressed air
automatic switch-on*
contaminated?
Position of rotary slider incorrect
Flush the compressed air
automatic switch-on* with
alcohol
Position of rotary slider incorrect
Set rotary slider to ▲ position
(see 6.3 )
Set rotary slider to ● position
(see 6.4 )
Do not take any other action and contact the central customer service workshop.
13 Genuine accessories
NOTE: Always use genuine accessories.
Article designation
Properties / Material
M-class filter cartridge
Polyester material, BGIA class M approved
Order
quantity
Set of 2
H-class filter cartridge
3 layer filter cassette , BGIA class H-14 approved
Set of 2
Fleece Filter-bag
For 30 Liter plastic container, BGIA class M approved
Set of 5
PE emptying and disposal bag
For hazardous dusts
Set of 5
PE emptying and disposal bag
ASBESTOS
only for vacuum cleaner H
Ordernr. ES423159 Art.-Nr. M/535 777
Ordernr. ES428956 Art.-Nr. H/HEPA 551029
Ordernr. ES435305
Ordernr. E06260
Ordernr. ES430249
ASBESTOS
Set of 5
Additional accessories can be found in the special accessory list which can be obtained on request from the
Blastrac team on the internet: www.Blastrac.eu.
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14 Technical Data
BDC-1114PM
BDC-1114PH
230V
BDC-1114PM
BDC-1114PH
110V-50Hz
BDC-1114PM
BDC-1114PH
120V-60Hz
Power consumption
1,2 kW
1,2 kW
1,2 kW
Max. power
1,4 kW
1,4 kW
1,4 kW
Electrical connection /
frequency
220-240V / 50-60 Hz
100-120V / 50 Hz
100-120V / 60 Hz
Air flow at hose end
Air flow at blower
140 m3/hr/SE
230 m3/hr/SE
140 m3/hr/SE
230 m3/hr/SE
140 m3/hr/SE
230 m3/hr/SE
Under pressure at hose end
Under pressure at blower
225 hPa/SE
259 hPa/SE
225 hPa/SE
259 hPa/SE
225 hPa/SE
259 hPa/SE
Weight
17.1 kg
17.1 kg
17.1 kg
Noise level
Up to 69.5 dB(A)
Up to 69.5 dB(A)
Up to 69.5 dB(A)
BDC-1114
PH CA ASBESTOS
230V
BDC-1114
PH CA ASBESTOS
110V-50Hz
BDC-1114
PH CA ASBESTOS
120V-60Hz
Power consumption
1,2 kW
1,2 kW
1,2 kW
Max. power
1,2 kW
1,2 kW
1,2 kW
Electrical connection /
frequency
220-240V / 50-60 Hz
100-120V / 50 Hz
100-120V / 60 Hz
Air flow at hose end
Air flow at blower
140 m3/hr/SE
230 m3/hr/SE
140 m3/hr/SE
230 m3/hr/SE
140 m3/hr/SE
230 m3/hr/SE
Under pressure at hose end
Under pressure at blower
225 hPa/SE
259 hPa/SE
225 hPa/SE
259 hPa/SE
225 hPa/SE
259 hPa/SE
Weight
17.1 kg
17.1 kg
17.1 kg
Noise level
Up to 69.5 dB(A)
Up to 69.5 dB(A)
Up to 69.5 dB(A)
Dimensions for all models (LxBxH): 53 cm x 40 cm x 55 cm.
Connection line on vacuum cleaners with plug socket:
H07RN-F 3x1,5
15 Tests and approvals
Electro-technical tests must be carried out in accordance
With the accident prevention regulations (BGV A3) and in
Accordance with DIN VDE 0701 Part 1 and Part 3.
These tests are required in accordance with DIN VDE 0702
at regular intervals and after repair or modification. A dusttechnical check must be carried out at least once a year, or
more frequently as may be specified by national requirements,
by the manufacturer or a trained person, e. g. for damage
to the filter, dust-tightness of the vacuum cleaner, function
of the monitoring equipment.
The vacuum cleaners are successfully tested in accordance
with IEC/EN 60335–2–69 including annex AA.
Information
Old equipment contains valuable materials
which are designed for re-processing.
The vacuum cleaners must not be
thrown away in the normal household
waste, but should be disposed of at a
suitable proper collection system, e. g. via
your communal disposal location.
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Original version.
EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
in accordance with Appendix II sub A of Directive 2006/42/EC
We,
BLASTRAC B.V.
Utrechthaven 12
NL - 3433 PN NIEUWEGEIN
The Netherlands
Declare under our sole responsibility that the dust collecting machine as described below,
Model:
BDC-1114XXXX
Serial number: XXXXX XXXXX
satisfies the conditions set out in the:
Machinery Directive
ROHS Directive
EMC Directive
(2006/42/EC);
(2011/65/EU);
(2004/108/EC);
Where appropriate, are in conformity with the following harmonized standards:
EN 60335-1:2002+A15:2011
EN 60335-2-69:2009
EN 62233 Ber.1:2008
EN ISO 12100:2010
EN 55014-1:2006+A1:2009
EN 61000-3-2:2006+A2:2009
EN 61000-3-3:2008
EN 55014-2:1997+A2:2008
EN 50581:2012
In case of changes to the machine without our written authorization this declaration loses its validity.
Nieuwegein 15-11-2013
Michiel Kalisvaart
Operational Manager
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Inspection comments
Inspection before initial operation on:
By:
Date of initial operation:
Recurring inspections
Date
Findings
Repairs / Cleaning
Test
on
By*
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*competent person
Other comments:
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SERVICE MANUAL BDC-1114
VERSION 1.5
Index
1. Assembly plans & Spare parts
Contact
04
07
2
1. Assembly plans & Spare parts
3
Operating Unit
4
Operating unit
Item
Part number
Description
1+2+3
2
3
4
4
4
5
6
7+8
8
9
9/1
10
10/1
10/2
11
ES407937
ES512761
ES407944
ES590448
ES552866
ES581910
ES531137
ES510484
ES408019
ES538945
ES403007
ES512501
ES402864
ES512471
ES408453
ES546858
ES548975
ES516776
12+50+51+52
ES432694
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22+26
23
24
23/1+25+26
27+27/1
28
29
30
31+31/1
48
49
ES408460
ES417707
ES408040
ES506104
ES510408
ES408484
ES408613
ES690025
ES408620
ES408088
ES511184
ES613628
ES408101
ES408200
ES535500
ES549262
ES408705
ES408736
ES513485
ES613222
Handle, cover plate & bolt
Handle
Bolt
Power cord 230V / 50-60Hz
Power cord 110V / 60Hz (USA)
Power cord 110V / 50Hz (UK)
Strain relief clamp
Cover housing
Front plate + lens
Lens
Adjusting knob M/H
Kob spindel long
Switch knob
Knob spindel short
Switch spring
Power tool plug socket 230V / 50-60Hz
Power tool plug socket 110V / 60Hz (USA)
Power tool plug socket 110V / 50Hz (UK)
Electronic plate + pressure switch + insulating
disc + vacuum tube
Holding disc
Motor plug socket
Cover
Luster terminal
Carrier plate
Contact bow
Holding bracket
Vibrating magnet
Sealing
O-ring + safety ring
Coupling
Pull magnet
Compression spring + valve disc + safety ring
Motor protection filter + noise insulation
Contact wire
Vacuum tube
Spax screw
Pressure piece + pressure spring
Brace support
Signal horn
Qty.
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
4
1
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
35
4
1
1
5
Suction unit
6
Suction unit
Item
32
33
34
35
36
31/1+37+38+
38/1+38/2
39+39/1
40+41
40
-41+41/1
42
43
44
45+45/1
46
Part number
ES417714
ES408224
ES510033
ES723723
ES535395
47
ES423159
47
ES428956
ES408231
ES408767
ES414775
ES414836
ES403762
ES408774
ES411484
ES408293
ES510903
ES408309
ES408781
Description
Motor plug connector
Bearing pin
Motor housing
Rivet
Flat spring
Pressure spring + locking knob + lock bar +
locking spring
Electrode + clamping piece
Motor 230V + upper sealing
Motor 110V +
Set carbon brushes
Motor sealings
Lower housing
Closing latch
Discharge bridge
Square bar sealing + foam rubber
Sealing ring
Filter cartridge polyester for M class (set of 2)
M/535 777
Filter cartridge HEPA for H class (set of 2)
H/HEPA 551029
Qty.
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
7
Dustbin
Item
Part number
Description
Qty
1
2
3+4+5
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
ES011851
ES511399
ES408347
ES408903
ES408941
ES408408
ES512549
ES408958
ES406930
ES509037
Container
Axle
Wheel complete
Wheel plug
Wheel over
Castor wheel
Discharge bolt
Drain set
Container stopper
Rotary valve
1
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
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Contact
Blastrac NA
13201 North Santa Fe Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73114
Tel: 800-256-3440
Fax: 405-478-8608
www.blastrac.com