Gardena SUBMERSIBLE PUMP User manual

Gardena SUBMERSIBLE PUMP User manual
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7000 SL
7800 SL
8500 SL
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Betriebsanleitung
Tauchpumpe
GB Operating Instructions
Submersible Pump
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Mode d’emploi
Pompe d’évacuation pour eaux claires
NL Instructies voor gebruik
Dompelpomp
S Bruksanvisning
Dränkbar pump
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Istruzioni per l’uso
Pompa sommersa
E Manual de instrucciones
Bomba sumergible
P Instruções de utilização
Bomba submersível
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Dykpumpe
Art. 1780
Art. 1454
Art. 1782
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GARDENA
GARDENA Submersible Pump
7000 SL / 7800 SL / 8500 SL
GB
Welcome to the garden of GARDENA ...
Translation of the original instructions from German.
Please read these operating instructions carefully and observe
the notes given. Use the instructions to familiarise yourself with
the submersible pump, its correct use, and the notes on safety.
For safety reasons, children under 16 as well as persons not
familiar with these operating instructions should not use this
submersible pump.
v Keep these operating instructions in a safe place.
Contents
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Applications Range of Your GARDENA Submersible Pump . . 11
For Your Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Initial Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Trouble-Shooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Technical Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
1. Applications Range of Your GARDENA Submersible Pump
Intended use
GARDENA Submersible Pumps have been designed for private
use around your house and garden. They are predominantly destinated for drainage after flooding, transfer of liquids, draining containers, taking water from wells and shafts, draining boats and
yachts as well as for water aeration and circulation for a limited
period of time.
Liquids to be pumped
Liquids which can be handled by the GARDENA Submersible
Pump are the following: clean and slightly contaminated water
(max. particle size 5 mm), swimming pool water (prerequisite is
the recommended dosage of additives) and soapy water.
The pumps are fully submersible (waterproof sealed) and can be
immersed in the liquid down to a depth of 9 m.
Please note
The GARDENA Submersible Pumps are not designed for
continuous operation (e.g. continuous circulating operation) in a pond. Your pump’s life will be shortened correspondingly by such operation.
Corrosive, easily combustible or explosive substances
(e.g. gasoline, petroleum, nitro thinner), fats, oils, salt-water
and waste water of toilets and urinals must not be pumped.
The temperature of the liquid handled should not exceed
35 °C.
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2. For Your Safety
According to DIN VDE (German Electrical Engineers’ Association) 0100, submersible pumps may only be used in swim-ming
pools, garden ponds, and fountains if the pump is operated via a
residual-current device with a residual-current rating of ≤ 30 mA.
The pump must not be operated when there are persons in the
swimming pool or garden pond.
For safety reasons we recommend that you always operate
the submersible pump via a residual-current device (DIN VDE
0100-702 and 0100-738).
v Please contact your electrician.
In Austria
In Austria, according to ÖVE B / EN 60 555 part 1 to 3, pumps
which are used in swimming pools and garden ponds, and
equipped with firm power cable should be fed via an ÖVE
approved isolating transformer – rated voltage must not exceed
230 V.
In Switzerland
In Switzerland mobile appliances which are used outdoors,
must be connected via a residual-current device.
Mains power
According to DIN VDE (German Electrical Engineers’ Association) 0620, mains power cables must not have a smaller crosssection than the rubber-sheathed cables of the designation
H05 RNF. The cable length must be at least 10 m.
Data indicated on the type plate must match technical data of
the mains supply.
v Take care that the electrical connections are made within dry
area, protected from flooding.
Protect plug and power cable from heat, oil and sharp edges.
v Don’t use the power cable for plugging off.
The power cable or the float switch must not be used for mounting or relocating the pump. For submerging or lifting / securing
the pump, fix a rope to the pump’s carrying handle.
Extension cables must meet the requirements of DIN VDE 0620.
Visual check
v Before operating the pump, first make a visual check, if there
is any damage of the pump (esp. regarding power cable and
plug).
v Observe the minimum water level and the max. delivery
height (see 8. Technical Data).
A damaged pump must not be used.
v In case of damage, please have the pump checked by our
GARDENA Service Centre.
Manual operation
During manual operation, the pump must be switched off as
soon as all the liquid has been pumped away.
v Observe the pump at all times during manual operation.
Notes on use
When you purchase your pump the swivel feet are set to the
flat suction position (1 mm).
v For normal operation, turn the feet 180° to 5 mm.
The pump is lifted 5 mm.
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Residual-current device
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Thermal motor protector
The pump is automatically switched off on overheating by
the built-in thermal motor protector. After having cooled down,
the motor automatically switches on again (see 6. Trouble
Shooting).
Automatic deaerating valve
The automatic deaerating valve eliminates any air pockets in
the pump. Air escapes by the vent bores 4 and air bubbles form
under water. This is not a defect of your pump, but serves to
deaerate the pump.
It may take several seconds for the air to escape when the
pump is immersed for the first time.
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v Clear the outlet line before use.
Dry-running operation causes increased wear and is to be
avoided. Therefore, in manual operation the pump must be
immediately unplugged when water fails to flow.
Avoid running of the pump for more than 10 min. against closed
delivery side of the pump.
Sand and other abrasive substances cause increased wear and
reduce the pump’s output.
Take care that the pump is located where the inlet openings at
the suction base are obstructed neither completely nor partly.
Stand the pump on a brick if using in a pond.
3. Initial Operation
13 mm (1/ 2 ”)
15 mm (5 / 8”)
19 mm (3 /4”)
Hose diameter
25 mm (1”)
38 mm (1 1/ 2 ”)
Do not cut off
any nipples.
Cut off top two
nipples at b.
a
b
7
Hose connection
of universal fitting
Hose connection
7
Cut off topmost
nipple at a.
The following connection kits are required for 13 mm to 19 mm
connections:
13 mm (1/ 2 ”): GARDENA Pump Connection Set, Art. No. 1750
15 mm (5/ 8 ”): GARDENA Tap Connector, Art. No. (2)902, and
Standard Hose Connector, Art. No. (2)916
19 mm (3 /4 ”): GARDENA Pump Connection Set, Art. No. 1752
Best results in delivery capacity are achieved when using
38 mm (1 1/ 2 ”) hoses.
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Connecting the hose :
7
The universal fitting 7 allows you to connect all the hoses listed
in the previous table.
1. Cut off nipples of the universal fitting 7, which are not needed,
to match the hose connection.
2. Screw the universal fitting 7 onto the pump.
3. Connect the hose to the universal fitting 7.
We recommend that you secure 38 mm (1 1/ 2 ”) and 25 mm (1”)
hoses additionally with a GARDENA Hose Clip Art. No. 1591.
For flat suction we recommend using a 13 mm (1/ 2 ”) or 15 mm
(5 /8 ”) hose.
Only for 13 mm (1/ 2”) hose :
The universal fitting 7 can also be equipped with a GARDENA
Regulator Valve Art. No. 977 so that the contents of the outlet line do not flow back through the pump after pumping. The
Regulator Valve can be ordered from your GARDENA dealer.
4. Operation
V If the water height is lower than 3.5 cm, fill the pump
before operation over the universal fitting 7 with water.
Flat suction /
Normal operation :
Normal operation :
v Turn the 3 swivel feet 8
180° to 1 mm.
Flat suction up to 1 mm.
v Turn the 3 swivel feet 8
180° to 5 mm.
Flat suction up to 5 mm.
The residual water level of approx. 1 mm is only reached during
flat suction in the manual operation mode. If the water level is
lower than 25 mm, you can accelerate flat suction by switching
the pump off and on 2 to 3 times.
8
The float switch 5 turns the pump on automatically when the
water level exceeds the cut-in height and the water is pumped out.
Automatic operation :
1
2
The float switch 5 turns the pump off again as soon as the water
level falls below the cut-out height.
1. Stand the pump on a firm surface
– or –
use a rope attached through the bore hole in the carrying
handle 2 to immerse the pump in a well or shaft.
During automatic operation, ensure that the float switch 5
can move freely.
2. Plug the power cable 1 into a mains socket.
3
5
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Flat suction :
Adjusting the Cut-in and Cut-out Height :
The maximum cut-in height and minimum cut-out height (see
8. Technical Data) can be adjusted.
v Push the cable of the float switch 5 into the float switch lock 3.
Do not select a cable length that is too long or short to ensure
that the float switch can turn on and off properly.
The cable length between the float switch
lock 3 must always be at least 10 cm.
Manual operation :
1
2
5
5 and the float switch
The pump remains in constant operation because the float switch
is bypassed.
1. Push the float switch 5 onto the float switch lock 3 with the
cable downward.
2. Stand the pump on a firm surface
– or –
use a rope attached through the bore hole in the carrying
handle 2 to immerse the pump in a well or shaft.
3. Plug the power cable 1 into a mains socket.
The residual water level of approx. 1 mm is only reached during
flat suction in the manual operation mode.
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5. Cleaning
The pumps are virtually maintenance-free.
After having pumped chlorinated swimming pool water or other
liquids leaving residues, the pump should be rinsed with clear
water.
Flushing the Pump :
Cleaning the suction
base and impeller :
A
8
9
6
0 A
Warning ! Electric shock !
Risk of injury due to electric shock.
V Disconnect the submersible pump from the mains
before cleaning the suction base and impeller.
1. Unscrew the Phillips screw A and pull the suction base
cover 0 off the suction base 6.
2. Unscrew the 4 Phillips screws 8 (model 8500 SL: 6 Phillips
screws) and pull the suction base 6 off the pump.
3. Clean the suction base cover 0, suction base 6 and impeller 9.
4. Reinstall the suction base 6 and screw in the Phillips screws 8.
Tip :
It is often sufficient to simply remove the suction base cover 0
and clean the suction base cover 0 and suction base 6.
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For safety reasons a damaged impeller 9 can only be exchanged by the GARDENA Service Centre.
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• The higher the opening of the float switch lock 3, the higher
the cut-in and cut-out height.
• The shorter the length of cable between the float switch 5
and the float switch lock 3, the lower the cut-in height and the
higher the cut-out height.
6. Trouble-Shooting
Probable cause
Remedy
Pump is running,
but doesn’t deliver.
Air cannot escape, since
pressure line is closed.
v Open pressure line
(e.g. kinked pressure pipe).
Air locks in the suction base.
v Wait for max. 3 minutes
until the pump deaerates
automatically over the vent
valve. If necessary, switch
off and start it again.
Impeller clogged.
v Disconnect plug and clean
impeller (see 5. Cleaning).
When starting the pump,
water height falls below the
min. water level.
v Fill the pump over the
universal fitting 7 with
water.
Thermal overload switch has
switched the pump off due
to overheating.
v Disconnect plug and clean
impeller (see 5. Cleaning).
Observe max. media temperature of 35 °C.
No power.
v Check fuses and electric
connections.
Dirt particles are jammed
in the suction base.
v Disconnect plug and clean
suction base (see 5. Cleaning).
Pump runs, but output
suddenly decreases.
Suction base is clogged.
v Disconnect plug and clean
suction base (see 5. Cleaning).
Pump does not reach
residual water height of
1 mm during flat suction.
The suction base cover 0
is missing in the suction base.
v Disconnect the plug from
the mains and install the
suction base cover 0 (see
5. Cleaning).
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Problem
Pump doesn’t start or
suddenly stops during
operation.
Attention !
Repairs on electrical parts should only be done by our
GARDENA Service Centres.
If you have any problems with your Pump, please contact our Service.
7. Storing Your Pump
Store the pump away from frost before the first frost sets in.
Disposal :
(in accordance with
RL2002 / 96 / EC)
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The product must not be added to normal household waste.
It must be disposed of properly.
8. Technical Data
7000 SL (Art. 1780)
7800 SL (Art. 1454)
8500 SL (Art. 1782)
Rated power
250 W
280 W
300 W
Max. delivery capacity
7,000 l / h
7,800 l / h
8,500 l / h
Max. pressure
0.6 bar
0.65 bar
0.7 bar
Max. delivery height
6m
6,5 m
7m
Max. submersion depth
9m
9m
9m
Flat suction down to approx.
1 mm
1 mm
1 mm
Contaminated water with
particle size of max.
5 mm
5 mm
5 mm
Power cable
10 m H05 RNF
10 m H05 RNF
10 m H05 RNF
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Type
38 mm (1 1/ 2 ”) / 25 mm (1”) graduated nipple,
option GARDENA Water hose Plug-in-system
Pump connection
Min. water level for operation
35 mm
35 mm
35 mm
Weight approx.
4.3 kg
4.7 kg
5.3 kg
Max. media temperature
35 °C
35 °C
35 °C
Mains voltage /
mains frequency
230 V / 50 Hz
230 V / 50 Hz
230 V / 50 Hz
Min. cut-in height
175 mm
170 mm
160 mm
Min./ max. cut-out height
65 mm / 140 mm
65 mm / 125 mm
50 mm / 125 mm
Noise level L WA1)
46 dB (A)
46 dB (A)
46 dB (A)
1) Measuring method according to EN 60335 -1
Cut-in / Cut-out height
The cut-in and cut-out height varies.
The residual water height (flat suction down to approx. 1 mm)
is only reached during manual operation with the swivel feet 8
turned to 1 mm (see 4. Operation).
Performance characteristics
m
bar
10
1,0
8
0,8
0,6
6
700
0S
L
4
780
0S
0,4
L
850
0S
2
L
0,2
0
0
2500
5000
7500
10000
l/h
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9. Service
GB
Warranty
GARDENA guarantees this product for 2 years ( from date of
purchase). This guarantee covers all serious defects of the unit
that can be proved to be material or manufacturing faults. Under
warranty we will either replace the unit or repair it free of charge
if the following conditions apply:
• The unit must have been handled properly and in keeping
with the requirements of the operating instructions.
• Neither the purchaser or a non-authorised third party have
attempted to repair the unit.
The impeller is a wearing part and is not covered by the guarantee.
This manufacturer’s guarantee does not affect the user’s existing
warranty claims against the dealer / seller.
If you have any problems with your pump, please contact our
Customer Service or return the defective unit together with
a short description of the problem directly to one of the
GARDENA Service Centres listed on the back of this leaflet.
Product Liability
We expressly point out that, in accordance with the product
liability law, we are not liable for any damage caused by our
units if it is due to improper repair or if parts exchanged are not
original GARDENA parts or parts approved by us, and, if the
repairs were not carried out by a GARDENA Service Centre or
an authorised specialist. The same applies to spare parts and
accessories.
EU Certificate of Conformity
The undersigned
GARDENA Manufacturing GmbH · Hans-Lorenser-Str. 40 · D-89079 Ulm
hereby certifies that, when leaving our factory, the units indicated below are in accordance with the
harmonised EU guidelines, EU standards of safety and product specific standards.
This certificate becomes void if the units are modified without our approval.
Description of the units :
Type :
Art. No. :
EU directives :
Harmonised
European standards :
Year of CE marking :
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Submersible Pump
7000 SL / 7800 SL / 8500 SL
1780 / 1454 / 1782
Machinery Directive 98 / 37/ EC : 1998
2006 / 42 / EC : 2006
Electromagnetic Compatibility 2004 /108 / EC
Low Voltage Directive 2006 / 95 / EC
Directive 93 / 68 / EC
EN 292 -1
EN 292 - 2
EN 60335 -1
EN 60335 - 2 - 41
2001
Ulm, 21.11.2001
Thomas Heinl
Technical Dept. Manager
Deutschland / Germany
GARDENA
Manufacturing GmbH
Service Center
Hans-Lorenser-Straße 40
D-89079 Ulm
Produktfragen:
(+ 49) 731 490 - 123
Reparaturen:
(+ 49) 731 490 - 290
[email protected]
Croatia
KLIS d.o.o.
Stanciceva 79
10419 Vukovina
Phone: (+ 385) 1 622 777 0
[email protected]
Cyprus
FARMOKIPIKI LTD
P.O. Box 7098
74, Digeni Akrita Ave.
1641 Nicosia
Phone: (+ 357) 22 75 47 62
Argentina
®
[email protected]
Argensem S.A.
Calle Colonia Japonesa s / n Czech Republic
(1625) Loma Verde
GARDENA spol. s r.o.
Escobar, Buenos Aires
Шнpskб 20 a, и.p. 1153
Phone: (+ 54) 34 88 49 40 40 627 00 Brno
[email protected]
Phone: (+ 420) 800 100 425
[email protected]
Australia
Nylex Consumer Products
Denmark
50 -70 Stanley Drive
GARDENA Norden AB
Somerton, Victoria, 3062
Salgsafdeling Danmark
Phone: (+ 61) 1800 658 276
Box 9003
[email protected]
S-200 39 Malmö
[email protected]
Austria / Österreich
GARDENA
Finland
Österreich Ges.m.b.H.
Habitec Oy
Stettnerweg 11-15
Martinkyläntie 52
2100 Korneuburg
01720 Vantaa
Tel. : (+ 43) 22 62 7 45 45 36
France
[email protected]
GARDENA
Belgium
PARIS NORD 2
GARDENA Belgium NV/ SA
69, rue de la Belle Etoile
Sterrebeekstraat 163
BP 57080
1930 Zaventem
ROISSY EN FRANCE
Phone: (+ 32) 2 7 20 92 12
95948 ROISSY CDG CEDEX
Mail: [email protected]
Tél. (+ 33) 0826 101 455
[email protected]
Brazil
gardena.fr
Palash Comércio e
Importação Ltda.
Great Britain
Rua Américo Brasiliense,
GARDENA UK Ltd.
2414 - Chácara Sto Antonio
27- 28 Brenkley Way
São Paulo - SP - Brasil Blezard Business Park
CEP 04715-005
Seaton Burn
Phone: (+ 55) 11 5181- 0909
Newcastle upon Tyne
[email protected]
NE13 6DS
[email protected]
Bulgaria
DENEX LTD.
Greece
2 Luis Ahalier Str. - 7th floor
Agrokip
Sofia 1404
Psomadopoulos S.A.
Phone: (+ 359) 2 958 18 21
Ifaistou 33A
[email protected]
Industrial Area Koropi
194 00 Athens Greece
Canada
V.A.T. EL093474846
GARDENA Canada Ltd.
Phone: (+ 30) 210 66 20 225
100 Summerlea Road
[email protected].gr
Brampton, Ontario L6T 4X3
Phone: (+1) 905 792 93 30
Hungary
[email protected]
GARDENA
Magyarország Kft.
Chile
Késmárk utca 22
Antonio Martinic y Cia Ltda.
1158 Budapest
Cassillas 272
Phone: (+ 36) 80 20 40 33
Centro de Cassillas
[email protected]
Santiago de Chile
Phone: (+ 56) 2 20 10 708
Iceland
[email protected]
Ó. Johnson & Kaaber
Tunguhalsi 1
Costa Rica
110 Reykjavik
Compania Exim
[email protected]
Euroiberoamericana S.A.
Los Colegios, Moravia,
Ireland
200 metros al Sur del Colegio Michael McLoughlin & Sons
Saint Francis - San José
Hardware Limited
Phone: (+ 506) 297 68 83
Long Mile Road
[email protected]
Dublin 12
80
Italy
GARDENA Italia S.p.A.
Via Donizetti 22
20020 Lainate (Mi)
Phone: (+ 39) 02.93.94.79.1
[email protected]
Japan
KAKUICHI Co. Ltd.
Sumitomo Realty &
Development Kojimachi
BLDG., 8F
5 -1 Nibanncyo, Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 102-0084
Phone: (+ 81) 33 264 4721
[email protected]
Luxembourg
Magasins Jules Neuberg
39, rue Jacques Stas
Luxembourg-Gasperich 2549
Case Postale No. 12
Luxembourg 2010
Phone: (+ 352) 40 14 01
[email protected]
Netherlands
GARDENA Nederland B.V.
Postbus 50176
1305 AD ALMERE
Phone: (+ 31) 36 521 00 00
[email protected]
Neth. Antilles
Jonka Enterprises N.V.
Sta. Rosa Weg 196
P.O. Box 8200, Curaçao
Phone: (+ 599) 9 767 66 55
[email protected]
New Zealand
NYLEX New Zealand Limited
Building 2, 118 Savill Drive
Mangere, Auckland
Phone: (+ 64) 0800 22 00 88
[email protected]
Norway
GARDENA Norden AB
Salgskontor Norge
Karihaugveien 89
1086 Oslo
[email protected]
Poland
GARDENA Polska Sp. z o.o.
Szymanów 9 d
05 - 532 Baniocha
Phone: (+ 48) 22 727 56 90
[email protected]
Portugal
GARDENA Portugal Lda.
Recta da Granja do Marquês
Edif. GARDENA Algueirão
2725-596 Mem Martins
Phone: (+ 351) 21 922 85 30
[email protected]
Romania
MADEX INTERNATIONAL SRL
Soseaua Odaii 117-123,
Sector 1,
Bucureєti, RO 013603
Phone: (+ 40) 21 352 76 03
[email protected]
Russia / Россия
ООО ГАРДЕНА РУС
123007, г. Москва
Хорошевское шоссе, д. 32А
Тел.: (+ 7) 495 647 25 10
[email protected]
Singapore
Hy - Ray PRIVATE LIMITED
40 Jalan Pemimpin
# 02-08 Tat Ann Building
Singapore 577185
Phone: (+ 65) 6253 2277
[email protected]
Slovak Republic
GARDENA Slovensko, s.r.o.
Panónska cesta 17
851 04 Bratislava
Phone: (+ 421) 263 453 722
[email protected]
Slovenia
GARDENA d.o.o.
Brodiљиe 15
1236 Trzin
Phone: (+ 386) 1 580 93 32
[email protected]
South Africa
GARDENA
South Africa (Pty.) Ltd.
P.O. Box 11534
Vorna Valley 1686
Phone: (+ 27) 11 315 02 23
[email protected]
Spain
GARDENA IBÉRICA S.L.U.
C / Basauri, nº 6
La Florida
28023 Madrid
Phone: (+ 34) 91 708 05 00
[email protected]
Sweden
GARDENA Norden AB
Försäljningskontor Sverige
Box 9003
200 39 Malmö
[email protected]
Switzerland / Schweiz
GARDENA (Schweiz) AG
Bitziberg 1
8184 Bachenbülach
Phone: (+ 41) 848 800 464
[email protected]
Turkey
GARDENA / Dost Diþ Ticaret
Mümessillik A.Þ. Sanayi
Çad. Adil Sokak No. 1
Kartal - Ýstanbul
Phone: (+ 90) 216 38 93 939
[email protected]
Ukraine / Украина
ALTSEST JSC
4 Petropavlivska Street
Petropavlivska
Borschahivka Town
Kyivo Svyatoshyn Region
08130, Ukraine
Phone: (+ 380) 44 459 57 03
[email protected]
USA
Melnor Inc.
3085 Shawnee Drive
Winchester, VA 22604
Phone: (+1) 540 722-9080
[email protected]
1780- 20.960.11/ 0507
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