MOD. PINKY 26 - Fiorentini SpA

ING. O. FIORENTINI S.R.L.
INDUSTRIAL CLEANING MACHINES
SCRUBBER
MOD.
PINKY 26
USER AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL
Rev.00
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being built first quality materials through criteria that can give reliability, solidity and functionality
satisfying every kind of customers. FIORENTINI has recently obtained the quality system certificate
conforming to the requirements of UNI EN ISO 9001:2000.
We wish therefore inviting you to contact us, unhesitatingly, for every kind of request, as technical or
commercial; we’ll be pleased to be at your disposal for any information you may need.
INDEX
1.
GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.4.
1.5.
2.
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Symbols…………….…………………….…….........................……......………………..
Warning….................................................…………...…………..............…...….........
Manual Consulting……….........…………………………....….........………….…………
Warranty..............................................................…………...…………...….…...........
Conformity Declaration…….........................................…...........………….…...………
FEATURES AND TECHNICAL DATA OF THE MACHINE
2.1. Identifying the Machine……......…...............................….…………….….……...........
2.2. Description and Parts of the Machine……….…………………………….…….…........
2.3. Technical Data………..................................…........……………………….....…..........
3.
SAFETY
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3.2.
3.3.
3.4.
3.5.
3.6.
3.7.
3.8.
4.
Right Use of the Machine……....……………....…....……………….....…………........
Wrong Use of the Machine…….……………………………………………..…………..
Suggested Equipment………..……………………………………………………………
Operator Qualify………...............……………….......……………...…………...............
Protection and Warning Devices……………………..................…...…………............
Safety Devices……................................................…………..….…....…………........
Other Dangers..………………………….………………………………………………….
Safety Signals……………………….……………………………………………………...
STARTING AND USE INSTRUCTIONS
4.1. Trasport and Handling……....................….....................…....………….….….…........
4.2. Storage……………...............................................…………….…………....................
4.3. Unpacking the Machine………………..........................……………………........….....
4.4. Handling the Unpacked Machine….….….…..........………………………..……..........
4.5. Installation……...............................................................………………..…….............
4.5.1. Batteries Installation……..........……..….......……………….…...….….........…......
4.6. Control Devices……………………………………………………………………………..
4.6.1. Dashboard……..…………………………………..……………………………………
4.7. Functioning…………………………………………………………………………………..
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4.7.1. Starting the Machine …………………..……………………………………………….
4.7.2. Choosing the right detergent …………………………………………………………..
4.7.3. Handlebar regulation (battery version) ……………..………………………………...
4.7.4. Levers Functionig ……………………………………………………………………..
4.7.5. Detergent solution Regulation …………………………………………………………
4.7.6. Squeegee Regulation ..…………………………………………………………………
4.7.7. Water discharge …………………………………………………………………………
4.7.8. Brushes Replacement …………………………………………………………………..
4.7.9. Squeegee Blades Replacement …………………………………………………….
4.7.10 Cylinder Brushes Replacement (Cylinder Brushes Version )………………………..
4.7.11 Waste Tank Cleaning (Cylinder Brushes Version) …………………………………..
4.7.12 Cylinder brushes belt regulation and Replacement (Cylinder Brushes Version)
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MAINTENANCE
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5.1. Maintenance Program……………..……………..................….....…..…………...........
5.2. Batteries Maintenance……………………………………………………………………..
5.2.1. Hydrometry………..…………………………………………………………………….
5.2.2. Water Filling Up………………………………………………………………………...
5.2.3. Charge Limits……………………………………………………………………………
5.2.4. Off duty or inactive batteries ……………..…………………………………………...
5.2.5. Battery Charter Technical Data …………...……………………………………………
5.2.6. Batteries disposal ………..……………………………………………………………..
5.3. Electric System Control…………………………………………………………………….
5.4. Tests to be carried out ……..…………………..…………………………………………
5.5. Maintenance Register…..………………………………………………………………….
5.2.5. Batteries disposal ………..……………………………………………………………..
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SERVICE
6.1. Service Adresses……………….............…………..................……………..................
6.2. Claim Report……..……………………………..…………...………………….…............
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GENERAL INFORMATION
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1. GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1.
SYMBOLS
This symbol is used to get the operator’s attention on procedures or precautions to be
followed in order to avoid damages to users or to the support
This symbol is used to get the operator’s attention on general information.
1.2.
PREMISE
FIORENTINI S. r. l. is the only owner of this manual.
The reproduction of all or part of the manual or the transmission to third parties with
mechanic or electronic devices are vorbidden without a written manufacturer’s
authorization. This manual is supplied to the customers in one original copy when
differently specified in the order.
This manual is supplied to the customer with the machine and it must be kept with it even when the machine
has to be transferred.
Please, keep the manual in a safe place and for all the machine lifetime. In case of loss ask for a duplicate to
FIORENTINI S.r.l..
FIORENTINI S.r.l. is not responsible for any kind of damages caused by people or things due to the nonobservance of the instructions dealt in this manual.
FIORENTINI reserves the right to add at any time and without notice all the technical and commercial
changes considered useful for the customer. Therefore data and information in this manual can be updated.
1.3. MANUAL CONSULTING
This manual deals exhaustively with all arguments that are necessary for an easy and safe use of the
machine as it is recommended by European Directives on product safety.
Therefore we suggest to all authorized operators to read carefully this manual contacting FIORENTINI S.r.l.
for any explanation. The manual has to be used every time the operator forgets a procedure or when new
operators have to be trained.
For publishing reasons, pictures and drawings can look different from the reality but without arising doubts.
Special symbols and bold type and/or sloping get the attention of the reader on remarkable information in
particular for safety.
The revision index is written on the left at the bottom of every page. The list of those pages that have been
updated has to be found at the end of the manual.
1.4.
WARRANTY
Warranty conditions are stated as below when not differently specified in the order confirmation.
WARRANTY OBJECT
The machine has been designed and built for a long-lasting use without relevant problems. Anyway, if
problems arise during the warranty period, FIORENTINI S.r.l. is engaged to repair or substitute for free those
parts that are broken or damaged by defective materials, working defects or imperfect assembly.
Warranty is not given for parts whose early breaking or wear and tear are due to:
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Non-respect of instructions included in this manual;
Breaking and/or changes made up without FIORENTINI’s approval;
Not-use of genuine spare parts;
Interventions made up by unauthorised personnel;
Missing maintenance;
Natural calamities.
FIORENTINI S.r.l., its purchasers and its suppliers have the same warranty for the electric and expendable
materials that are sold by external suppliers.
WARRANTY CONDITIONS
Warranty is granted for 24 months since the delivery date of the machine. This is a single warranty term and
it cannot be extended.
RETURNED GOODS
Intervention demands must be sent to FIORENTINI Service Dpt. only after a careful analysis of the problem
and its causes. Following information have to be given to FIORENTINI’s agent:
• Serial number you get it from the silver label sticked on the machine (§ 2.1.);
• Code and position of the component taken from the spare parts list (§ 7.2.);
• A detailed description of the problem and its causes.
The components considered under warranty are delivered ex factory. Those ones being substituted belong
to FIORENTINI Co..
Please send defected electric or electronic material separatly in order
to divide and recycle material with dangerous substances (see
directive about RAEE 2002/96/CEE).
EXCEPTIONS
Expandable materials like brushes, squeegee blades and materials whose lifetime cannot be predetermined
are not under warranty.
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FEATURES AND TECHNICAL DATA OF THE MACHINE
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APPLICATION MODALITY
Defective components must be sent back to FIORENTINI S.r.l. in order to establish the anomalies causes
and apply therefore the warranty. Repair and replacement under warranty will be done in FIORENTINI’s
workshop, by third parties or in loco. In case of repair or replacement in loco, energy sources and the use of
particular equipment have to be paid by the customer himself.
INTERVENTION DEMANDS
Intervention demands must be sent to FIORENTINI Service Dpt. only after a careful analysis of the problem
and its causes. Following information have to be given to FIORENTINI’s agent:
• Serial number you get it from the silver label sticked on the machine (§ 2.1.);
• Code and position of the component taken from the spare parts list (§ 7.2.);
• A detailed description of the problem and its causes.
The components considered under warranty are delivered ex factory. Those ones being substituted belong
to FIORENTINI Co..
The warranty of the machine is no more available in case of the loss of the silver label.
1.5.
CONFORMITY DECLARATION
Conformity declaration is released with the machine and the user manual.
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FEATURES AND TECHNICAL DATA OF THE MACHINE
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2. FEATURES AND TECHNIACAL DATA OF THE MACHINE
2.1.
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IDENTIFYING THE MACHINE
A silver label is sticked on the protection case of the steering column and clearly shows the data referring to
the “CE” brand.
Ing. O.Fiorentini S.r.l.
MADE
50030 Piancaldoli (FI)
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ITALY
Mod
PINKY 26
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The label has never to be removed and should always be kept readable. In case of
damage t is necessary to ask for a duplicate. The autoscrubber machine cannot be sold
without the label.
2.2.
DESCRIZIONE E COMPONENTI
The scrubber machine – PINKY 26 - has been designed for the cleaning of all flat surfaces by means of
washing and suction of the washing water. A series of batteries feeds all engines and electric devices.
The machine is equipped with two rotating brushes which wash the surface by means of water and
detergent. Whilst the machine is running forward, the back brush (squeegee) picks the water up that is
directly sucked into the recovery tank.
Thanks to the dashboard the operator can control all the machine functions and a series of LEDs shows to
the operator the battery status or the errors detected by the electronic card.
The operator can control all the main machine functions and in particular:
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switch the machine on and off;
select speed;
start suction;
start brushes;
select forward/reverse gear;
start traction;
start service and parking brake;
The machine frame is made of zinc-plated or stainless steel in order to avoid oxidation
compromise the machine reliability.
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FEATURES AND TECHNICAL DATA OF THE MACHINE
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The main parts of the machine are:
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zinc-plated steel frame or stainless steel frame or painted frame;
PE-HD plastic solution tank;
PE-HD plastic recovery tank supplied with flexible suction piping system and drainage;
Series of batteries placed in the recovery tank room;
rotatine brushes;
suction system (squeegee);
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one driving wheel with electric brake;
handlebar.
FIORENTINI Co., taking the new CE safety rules into consideration, manufactures the machine following the
CE directives about safety and health. The materials high quality, the high technology and FIORENTINI’s
experience guarantee the performance and the reliability of this machine .
Each machine is tested during the manufacturing process and the final check is done before the machine is
shipped out.
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FEATURES AND TECHNICAL DATA OF THE MACHINE
2.3.
PINKY 26
TECHNICAL DATA
PINKY 26
PINKY26
CYLINDER BRUSHES
VERSION
1033 mm
700 mm
1150 mm
800 mm
DIMENSIONS
LENGTH
WIDTH
HEIGHT
NUMBER OF BRUSHES AND DIAMETER mm
SCRUBBING WIDTH
SQUEEGEE WIDTH
GUIDA
SOLUTION TANK
RECOVERY TANK
TRACTION
WEIGHT WITH BATTERIES
BATTERIES WEIGHT
ELECTRIC FEATURES
POWER TENSION
POWER
GEAR MOTOR BRUSHES
SUCTION ENGINE
FUNCTIONS
SQUEEGEE LIFTING UP
SUCTION
BRUSHES
PERFORMANCES
WATER LIFT
BRUSHES PRESSURE
FORWARD SPEED
OVERWHELMING SLOPE WITH FULL LOAD
CLEANING CAPACITY UP TO
m²h
AUTONOMY
ECOLOGIC FEATURES
NOISE AT OPERATOR’S EAR
1070 mm
N°2 cylinder brushes
N° 2 x Ø330 mm
Ø110 x 650 mm
650 mm
650 mm
890 mm
980 mm
Uomo a terra
75 l
75 l
front traction
222 kg
230 kg
4x 26 kg
24V
4x 6V 320A/h
2X24V 500W
24V 650W 1800RPM
24V 500W conv.
Lever
Switch
Switch
2200 mBar
20 kg
20 kg
0-5 km/h
10 %
3250 m²/h
5h
73 dB
73 dB
The above mentioned characteristics are not binding for the manufacturer; they can be
changed without any notice . ING.O.FIORENTINI Co. is always at disposal for any
information (par.6.1.).
MEASUREMENT UNITS CONVERSION
Length
1 inch = 1” = 25,4 mm
Power
1 kW = 1,36 CV = 1,34 BHP
Temperature
T (K) = t (°C) + 273 / t (°F) = 1,8 t (°C) + 32
Pressure
1 bar =100 kPa = 14,5 psi
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SAFETY
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3. SAFETY
3.1. RIGHT USE OF THE MACHINE
Pinky 26 is an autoscrubber and has been designed for an industrial use. It can wash
and dry flat surfaces or with a max. 10% slope. It can overwhelm a max. 5% sloping
surface a 1km/h.
3.2. WRONG USE OF THE MACHINE
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the machine cannot be driver by non authorized personnel;
this machine cannot work on surfaces with holes;
this machine cannot wash on sloping surfaces;
The machine cannot wash sloping surfaces whose gradient is higher than 10%;
U-turn is forbidden on sloping surfaces whose gradient is higher than 5% (speed
1 km/h);
The machine cannot be used in places with dangerous substances and in
particular with explosive atmospheres or with a bad microclimate;
The machine cannot clean surfaces with inflammable products;
The machine cannot be used as a means of transport for people or other means
of transport;
The protection devices of the machine cannot be modified or tampered;
Batteries must be recharged in a fanned room;
The operator have always to respect safety rules;
The operator cannot use equipments or devices that can create problems to the
machine working;
The machine components cannot be modified without FIORENTINI’s
authorization;
The operator cannot use acids that can damage the machine;
The operator has always to respect the rules written in the user manual.
Please read carefully and do not cover the labels sticked on the machine. FIOREN
S.r.l. is not responsible for a wrong use of the machine.
3.3.
SUGGESTED EQUIPMENT
In order to use the machine in a proper way, we suggest to use the FIORENTINI’s equipment and original
spare parts.
FIORENTINI S.r.l. Technical Dept. is always at your disposal to design components or parts for a particular
use of machine as requested by the customer.
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SAFETY
3.4.
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OPERATORS’ QUALIFY
La tabella riporta la qualifica richiesta per gli operatori in funzione del tipo di operazione da compiere.
OPERATION
OPERATORS’ QUALIFY
Driving/control of the machine
Trained operator
Installation/ disinstallation
Mechanical parts maintenance
Fiorentini technician
Fiorentini technician
Electric parts maintenance
Fiorentini technician
Cleaning maintenance
Trained operator
Dismantling and demolition
Fiorentini technician
FIORENTINI S.r.l. suggests to train the operator before using the machine. The operator also must be
trained about safety rules and carefully read this manual.
FIORENTINI S.r.l. is not responsible for any possible damage to people and/or things caused by
the non-observance of the instructions dealt within this manual.
3.5. PROTECTION AND WARNING DEVICES
• It is absolutely forbidden to tamper or disconnect safety and warning devices while
the machine is working;
• It is important to check periodically safety and warning devices.
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Brushes Protections
PINKY 26 is equipped with two rotanting brushes made of nylon. The machine
cannot reach dangerous areas thanks to one fixed steel protection and one
fixed plastic or PEHD protection set up on each brush. These cases can be
only willingly removed.
Suction Engine
Protection
PINKY 26 is equipped with a cover set up on the recovery tank which allows
suction engine inspection and protection whilst the machine is functioning.
Therefore, it is very important that the cover is well set up on the machine.
Parking Brake
PINKY 26 is equipped with a braking device which allows to stop the machine
safely and avoid the risk to start the machine again unwillingly.
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SAFETY
3.6
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SAFETY DEVICES
The machine is equipped with the following safety devices.
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Socket (picture 3.1), the same socket used for the battery charger. In case of emergency, this
socket must be taken away from the plug by means of its handle.
The operator must be trained about safety rules. Do never restore this safety system before the
problem has been sorted out. If it is necessary ask for the technician help.
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Safety Device: PINKY 26 is equipped with a special device which avoid the risk of squashing whilst
the machine is reversing (see detail 1 in picture 3.2). Thanks to a safety lever, the machine is
blocked when the lever gets in contact with the operator’s stomach. Moreover, the machine starts
running reverse for a couple of meters in order to avoid the operator’s squashing during a wrong
manoeuvre.
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PICTURE 3.1
3.7
OTHER DANGERS
FIORENTINI S.r.l. analyzes – starting from the design of the machine - all the dangers that can occur while
the machine is operating in order to prevent or at least low the operator’s accidents. Thanks to a series of
signals on the machine the operator can avoid many risks that can occur.
SQUASHING DANGER
This kind of ranger can occur:
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whilst regulating the washing brushes
whilst regulating the squeegee;
whilst checking the engine or filling water into the soltion tank up;
Whilst regulating the side brushes, the ignition key must be kept away from the dashboard in order
to avoid the casual starting of the machine.
Special labels sticked on the cartes of the brushes or on the recovery tank prevent dangers to the
operator (see § 4.7.).
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TURNOVER
This kind of ranger can occur:
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during the normal operating of the machine when you exceed sloping limits as specified in
the manual and you use the machine to clean disconnected surfaces or with holes and high
depressions (photo 3.2)
Do not use the machine to wash sloping surfaces higher than 10% or surfaces with
holes or depressions which might compromise the stability of the machine.
FIORENTINI is not responsible for accidents occurred to people or things provoked by a
wrong use of the machine, i.e. using the machine on surfaces which can compromise its
stability.
The purchaser must stick proper labels on the machine to show the operator its right use.
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SAFETY SIGNALS
DANGERS
Dangers’ signals are triangular with black
pictures on a yellow background
PROHIBITIONS
Prohibitions’ signals are round with black
pictures and a red stripe
What is it?
This signal forbids to remove the protection of pieces in movement.
What to do
During the installation or the maintenance make sure that the ignition
key is not in the dashboard before removing the mobile protections.
While the machine is operating make sure that all covers are well
fixed.
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What is it?
Crushing danger: it can be due to parts in movement of the machine.
What to do
During the installation or the maintenance make sure that the ignition
key is not in the dashboard before removing the mobile protections.
The purchaser must replace danger signals on the machine if they are damaged. It is
absolutely forbidden to remove or temper danger signals.
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What is it?
Explosion danger: it may occur while recharging the batteries because
of hydrogen spread.
What to do
During the batteries recharge, please place the machine under a
suction chemney or in a ventilated area and keep it away from heat
and corrosive substances.
PICTURE 3.3
What is it?
Crushing danger: it can be due to parts in movement of the machine.
What to do
During the installation or the maintenance make sure that the ignition
key is not in the dashboard before removing the mobile protections.
The purchaser must replace danger signals on the machine if they are damaged. It is
absolutely forbidden to remove or temper danger signals.
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STARTING AND USE INSTRUCTIONS
4.
4.1.
MINISWEEPER
STARTING AND USE INSTRUCTIONS
TRANSPORT AND HANDLING
The machine is delivered to the purchaser in a proper package (see picture 4.1 below). A black arrow on the
package indicates the barycentre. This arrow must be in the middle of the elevator or transpallet forks. The
package must be carefully handled. Do not place one package on another one. If agreed with the purchaser,
the machine can be delivered without package, placed on a pallet and fixed by means of straps.
The purchaser must make sure that the machine has not been damaged during the
transport and that all papers are on the machine. Otherwise, the purchaser must
immediately contact FIORENTINI in order to sort out the problem.
The purchaser is responsible for the transport of the machine if not differently agreed with
FIORENTINI.
PICTURE 4.1
The machine must be handled with proper devices as stated in the scheme below.
Make always sure that the black arrow on the package is in the middle of the elevator forks or the straps.
Anchorage and/or strapping points are set up in order to keep the machine on balance during the transport.
PACKAGE
HANDLING EQUIPMENT
PIC.
Carton box or plywood box on a
pallet
Fork elevator
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STARTING AND USE INSTRUCTIONS
MINISWEEPER
Bands used for lifting the machine up must have the same loading capacity as the
machine load. Handling operations must be done without causing a loss of stability
of the machine. Otherwise, the machine can be damaged or the operator can de in
danger.
FIORENTINI suggest to use authorized personnel (see § 2.3.) to handle the machine.
LOADING SYSTEM
PICTURE N° 4.2
4.2.
STORAGE
The machine must be stored in a closed and dry place if not immediately installed in order to keep every part
safe.
Relative humidity must be lower than 80% and the storage temperature must be between 3°C ≤ t ≤ + 45 °C.
4.3.
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HOW TO UNPACK THE MACHINE
Cut the straps paying attention to the back spring.
Remove clips that join pallet and carton;
in case of plywood box, please remove clips from both sides and basis of each panel:
Cut the strips that hold the machine.
Lay the machine on the floor.
HANDLING THE UNPACKED MACHINE
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Check the machine and install the batteries if not already installed.
For a brief transport of the machine, please disconnect the batteries cables and remove brushes; for
a longer transport, please use the original package of the machine.
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MAINTENANCE
4.5.
ET 65-75
INSTALLATION
Installation must be carried out by authorized personnel after reading this manual..
4.5.1 BATTERIES INSTALLATION
Please follow the instructions below to install the batteries:
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the batteries room is under the operator’s seat protected by a cover;
lift the cover of the batteries room up (picture no. 4.4 detail 2);
install the batteries in their room (picture 4.4 detail 2 and make sure the batteries boxes are not
broken;
do never add distilled water after batteries recharge;
clean the surfaces for the cables connections;
use the handles on the batteries to move them.
PICTURE N° 4.3
4.5.2
BATTERY CHARGER INSTALLATION
Batteries must be recharged in a place equipped with a proper suction system of gases spread during this
operation. Otherwise, batteries must be charged in a ventilated and dry place far from heat sources and
corrosive substances.
Protect the electric network with a delayed switch or with a fuse whose capacity is higher than the battery
charger maximum input.
Control the battery outlet polarity.
Connect the battery charger to the machine socket
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MAINTENANCE
4.6
4.6.1
ET 65-75
CONTROL DEVICES
DASHBOARD
The dashboard is made of a series of switches that activate or inactivate all the machine functions. The
function of each switch is shown by a picture. Picture 4.6. shows the dashboard of the machine and the
switches function is explained in the scheme in the following page.
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POS.
BUTTON
FUNCTION
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POTENTIOMETER
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KEY SWITCH
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BATTERY CHARGER PILOT LIGHT
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SUCTION SWITCH
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BRUSHES SWITCH
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SOLENOID VALVE SWITCH
(optional)
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SYMBOLS ON THE DASHBOARD
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closed (off)
Switched on
Main switch
Washing brush
Squeegee suction
Progressive increasing
Squeegee down
Squeegee up
Washing brush down
Reverse gear
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Washing brush up
Forward gear
Solenoid valve
potentiometer
Emergency switch
Service/parking brake
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4.7.
ET 65-75
FUNCTIONING
The operator, thanks to his/her experience, has to choose the right kind of brush and detergent for the
surfaces that has to be washed and to decide if the floor needs a second washing.
Follow these instructions for a correct washing:
1. press the brushes motor switch;
2. press the solution solenoid valve switch;
3. press the suction switch.
By means of the accelerator pedal the washing brushes and the suction motor are activated. On the
contrary, both the washing brushes and the suction motor are disactivated after a few seconds if the operator
leaves this pedal. Before the surface is completely dry, the operator must switch the solution solenoid valve
off because this is not activated/disactivated by the accelerator pedal.
The operator has to do a second washing if the surface is particularly dirty:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
wash the surface with the squeegee up and the brushes down;
activate the brushes;
press the solution solenoid valve switch;
leave the solution on the surface to dissolve the dirt;
do a second washing with brushes and squeegee down, the suction activated and the solution solenoid
valve open.
Before any operation, make sure that all protections are well fixed.
4.7.1
PREPARING AND STARTING THE MACHINE
If the machine is connected with the battery charger, the operator must firstly disconnect the battery charger
plug from the batteries one and connect the batteries plug with the power supply plug (see picture 4.6. –
battery version). Secondly, the operator must fill water lifting the recovery tank up and turning the cap (see
detail nr. 1 in picture nr. 4.7.). Now the operator can seat on the machine and start it.
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PICTURE N° 4.6
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CHOOSING THE RIGHT DETERGENT
Choosing the right detergent is very important for a perfect cleaning. A too strong detergent could damage
the surface. A good quality detergent has to produce little foam. Otherwise, the operator can add an
antifoaming additive or 50 cc of wine vinaigre in the recovery tank in order to avoid the suction motor
damage.
Make sure that the detergent is suitable for the dirty surface. FIORENTINI S.r.l. is not
responsible for damages provoked by too aggressive detergents.
4.7.3
HANDLEBAR REGULATION (ELECTRIC VERSION)
The operator can regulate the handle bar in order to choose a comfortable position:
¾
knob for the regulation of the handle bar (see detail 1 in picture 4.7).
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PICTURE N° 4.7
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LEVERS FUNCTIONS
ELECTRIC VERSION
The machine is equipped with a series of levers and pedals:
¾
¾
gas lever (see detail 1 in picture 4.8).
Spingendo l’interruttore ad u (particolare 2 figura 4.8) verso la macchina poi tirando la leva si ottiene
la marcia avanti, viceversa tirando verso l’esterno l’interruttore ad u e tirando la leva si ottiene la
marcia indietro.
The accelerator pedal activates all the machine moving parts. This is why the brushes and
the suction motor are activated pressing the accelerator pedal and their switches on the
dashboard. On the contrary, the accelerator pedal can’t activate the solution solenoid valve,
which has to be opened and closed by the operator.
¾
Service/Parking Brake (see detail 3 in picture 4.9). it has to slow and stop the machine. If the operator
wants to set the service brake on, he/she has to press the service brake pedal (. If he /she wants to
release the service brake, he/she has to press both the brake pedal and the release pedal and press
the release knob.
¾ Squeegee lifting up lever (see detail 4 in picture 4.8). Pull the lever up in order to lift the squeegee up
or pull it down to do the opposite.
¾ Solution lever (see detail 5 in picture 4.8). Turn the solution lever until the solution quantity that flows
out is sufficient;
¾ Brushes Plate up/down Pedal (see detail 2 in picture 4.8). Press pedal nr. 2 to low the brushes plate
or pedal nr. 1 to pull it up;
2
4
5
3
1
6
PICTURE N° 4.8
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MECHANIC VERSION
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
Forward/reverse gear (see detail 1 in picture 4.8 B). In order to run the machine forward, the
operator has to pull both levers on the handlebar up (and down for reverse gear);
Service/Parking Brake (see detail 2). it has to slow and stop the machine. If the operator wants to set
the service brake on, he/she has to press the service brake pedal (. If he /she wants to release the
service brake, he/she has to press both the brake pedal and the release pedal and press the release
knob.
Squeegee lifting up lever (see detail 3). Pull the lever up in order to lift the squeegee up or pull it
down to do the opposite.
Solution lever (see detail 4). Turn the solution lever until the solution quantity that flows out is
sufficient;
Lifting up brushes plate (detail 5).In order to lift the brushes plate up, the operator has to press the
pedal until it is blocked by the plate. Do the opposite in order to lift the brushes plate down.
1
2
4
3
5
PICTURE N° 4.8 B
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DETERGENT SOLUTION REGULATION
During the washing phase the operator can control the detergent quantity by means of a cock, which is at the
bottom of the machine on the left inside the protection rubber (see detail nr. 5 in picture 4.8.).
4.7.6
6
SQUEEGEE ADJUSTMENT
The squeegee has to be well regulated in order to have a perfect dry system. This kind of squeegee can
perfectly suck water, which flows into the suction pipe, but it must be parallel to the surface.
¾ Remove the ignition key from the dashboard in order to avoid the casual starting of the machine.
¾
By means of the exagonal tie rods regulate the squeegee inclination (see detail 1 in picture nr. 4.11)
¾
Regulate the squeegee pressure by means of the ring nuts that control the distance between the
wheels of the squeegee and the floor (see detail 1 in picture nr. 4.12).
1
2
PICTURE N° 4.9
Make sure that the two wheels of the squeegee are well regulated in order to keeps both its
blades parallel to the floor.
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WATER DISCHARGE
This scrubber machine is equipped with two pipes for water discharge (picture 4.10.):
¾
¾
A pipe for the recovery tank discharge (see detail nr. 1 in picture nr. 4.10.);
A pipe for the solution tank discharge (see detail nr. 2 in picture nr. 4.10.);
Moreover, the scrubber is equipped with a flexible pipe system which intake dirty water (see detail 3 in
picture 4.10) and a porthole in order to check and clean the recovery tank (see detail 4 in picture 4.10).
If you need to discharge water from the tanks, you have to place the machine on a dump well, release the
pipe of the tank and open the rubber cap at the end of the pipe itself.
1
2
3
4
PICTURE N° 4.10
4.7.8
BRUSHES REPLACEMENT
Please follow the instructions below:
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
Remove the ignition key from the dashboard in order to avoid the accidental start of the machine;
remove the yellow caps (see detail 1 in picture 4.11);
Remove the brushes turning them until you can see the pins, pull the pins and remove the brushes,
(see detail 2 in picture 4.11);
Set the new brush up: place it under the exagonal support and press it up (see detail 3 in picture
4.13);
After having replaced the brushes, the operator has to set the cases and the split pin up again.
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2
3
PICTURE N° 4.11
4.7.9
SQUEEGEE BLADES REPLACEMENT
Squeegee blades must be replaced when their hedges are worn. A perfect hedge allows a perfect dry
(picture 4.12).
Please follow these instructions to replace the squeegee blades:
¾
Remove the squeegee from the machine and lay it on a table;
¾
Turn the lever, unloose the steel strip and the two side wing nuts;
¾
Remove the steel strips;
¾
Do now the opposite operation, set the new blades up and regulate the squeegee;
¾
Follow the same instructions to replace the front blade.
6
1- Squeegee front blade
2- Squeegee
3- Squeegee suction blade
5- Squeegee strap
6- Siphon
PICTURE N° 4.12
4.7.10
CYLINDER BRUSHES REPLACEMENT (cylinder brushes group version)
Please follow the instructions below:
¾
¾
Remove the ignition key from the dashboard in order to avoid the accidental start of the machine.
unscrew the three screws and remove the protection steel case (see detail 1 in picture 4.13) pulling it
out;
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¾ remove the cylinder brushes (see detail 3 in picture 4.13);
¾ set the new cylinder brushes up and match the exagonal attachment of the brush with the one of the
flange;
¾ set the protection steel case again up and make sure that the exagonal attachment fits the cylinder
brushes (see detail 4 in picture 4.13). Press the protection steel case against the machine and
tighten the three screws.
PICTURE N° 4.13
1
4.7.11
PICTURE N° 4.14
2
3
4
WASTE TANK CLEANING (cylinder brushes group version)
Please follow the instructions below:
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
Remove the ignition key from the dashboard in order to avoid the accidental start of the machine;
lift the waste tank stopper up in order to remove the tank itself (see detail 1 in picture 4.15);
remove the waste tank pulling it out of the machine (see detail 2 in picture 4.15);
empty and clean the waste tank;
do now the opposite instructions.
1
! Before starting the machine again, please make
sure that the waste is fixed to the machine by means
of the hook.
2
PICTURE N° 4.15
4.7.12
CYLINDER BRUSHES BELT REGULATION AND REPLACEMENT (cylinder brushes
group version)
Please follow the instructions below:
¾
¾
Remove the ignition key from the dashboard in order to avoid the accidental start of the
machine;
unscrew the four screws and remove the plastic case (see detail 1 in picture 4.16);
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¾
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¾
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tighten the belt by means of the nut (see detail 2 in picture 4.16) in order to increase the draw of
the spring that regulates the belt (see detail 3 in picture 4.16);
unloose the nut in order to remove and replace the belt;
tighten the nut until the belt is well tightened;
set the case again up by means of the four screws.
1
2
3
PICTURE N° 4.16
5. MAINTENANCE
5.1.
PERIODICAL MAINTENANCE
A periodical maintenance is very important.
Please write down in the format you find below all the interventions done on the machine.
• Trained personnel only can service the machine and especially electric and electromechanical
parts by means of suitable tools and equipments.
• Make reference to FIORENTINI S.r.l. only for service and spare parts (ref.: 6.1. / 6.2.).
OPERATION
INTERVENTION
HOW OFTEN
Clean the recovery tank and the oil filter of the
suction motor
Cleaning
•
•
Do not use corrosive substances.
Do not use bolts of water.
¾ Check the suction pipes and the squeegee
Clean the recovery tank and the oil filter of the
suction motor
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¾
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Check the rubber suction blades of the
squeegee
Check the water battery level
Every 15 days
Check the filter of the clean water tank
Check
Check and regulate the breaking system
Check the connection of the battery cables
Check the brushes of each motor
¾
¾
Every month
Every 3 months
Every 6 months
Every year
Check the safety devices
Check the electric system
Every year
5.2 BATTERIES MAINTENANCE
The operator has to check the batteries charge when the machine is on duty by means of the indicator on
the dashboard, which shows:
¾
¾
¾
Green light: charged battery
Yellow light: slightly charged battery
Red light: uncharged battery
The operator must keep the battery room open during the batteries recharge. Moreover:
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
It is forbidden to use flames and/or to smoke near the batteries;
Pay attention to the battery acid;
Do not develop sparks near the batteries;
Pay attention to the batteries gazes, which can burst;
Do not invert battery polarities.
5.2. HYDROMETRY
In order to check the batteries hydrometry the operator has to follow the instructions below:
¾
¾
¾
5.2.2
By means of a hydrometre draw a small quantity of electrolyte so that the floater reaches the
surface;
Make sure that the floater inside the hydrometre is not blocked;
For a new measurement, after having filled the batteries with distilled water, the operator has to wait
until the liquid inside each battery becomes homogeneous.
WATER FILLING UP
¾
¾
5.2.3
Fill distilled water up in each battery cell before the recharge. The liquid inside the batteries has
to be of 6 mm. over the plates;
The operator has to repeat the same operation every time the level decreases (every week).
CHARGE LIMITS
It is not necessary to recharge the batteries if the hydrometry, after a work day, is not under 1,24 (28 Bè).
The highest suggested temperature is 45°C. If the electrolyte temperature increases more than 10/12 °C
compared to the outside temperature, the batteries can be overcharged.
5.2.4
OFF DUTY OR INACTIVE BATTERIES
Inactive batteries looses their automatically their charge. If batteries do not continually work, the operator has
to:
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¾
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Charge the batteries once a month with a ‘final’ stream intensity until gas is spread and the
batteries voltage and weight are constant for 3-4 hours. This operation has to be done even if
the absolute weight is high;
Keep the batteries in a dry room.
BATTERY CHARGER TECHNICAL FEATURES
The battery charger has to show the features listed in the scheme below:
BATTERIES TECHNICAL FEATURES
TENSION
POWER
WEIGHT
24 V
320 A/h
26 Kg
BATTERY CHARGER TECHNICAL FEATURES
IN
OUT
V 230, Hz 50, A5
V 24, A12
This kind of battery charter can support batteries of other brands, too.
See § 2.3 TECHNICAL DATA for the batteries technical features.
5.2.6
BATTERIES DISPOSAL
BATTERIES DISPOSAL
Old batteries are toxic wastes and they have to be thrown in a suitable and authorized place for the batteries
disposal. For a short storage, old batteries must be located in an authorized room. Moreover, they must be
stored in sealed plastic tanks, whose capacity is not lower than the electrolyte.
5.3
SUCTION ENGINE MAINTENANCE
The suction motor has to be checked up and cleaned. Every six months motor brushes have to be checked
and replaced if it is necessary.
To maintain the suction motor please follow the instructions below:
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
¾
Take the ignition key off the dashboard and lift the recovery tank up (see detail 1 in picture 5.1);
remove the soundproofing;
unloose the screws that fix the suction engine onto the tank and remove the engine (see detail 3
in picture 5.1);
Check the motor fan through the hole in the front side of the suction motor;
Remove the plastic cover, loosen the screws and both the brushes supports and check the
motor brushes (see detail 2 in picture 5.1);
Do now the opposite operations to set everything up again.
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2
3
PICTURE N° 5.1
5.4
ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT CONTROL
It is very important to check the electric system up every two years. Disconnected cables or burnt cables
must be immediately replaced.
Interventions on the electric system must be carried out by a trained technician.
Every kind of intervention not explained in the operator manual must be carried out by
FIORENTINIs technicians.
5.5
Tests to be carried out
HOW OFTEN
OPERATOR
INSPECTION
Safety devices
Electric system
Braking system
Complete check up
Every 2 years
Every 2 years
Every 3 months
Every 5 years
Trained technician
FIORENTINI technician
Trained technician
FIORENTINI technician
MAINTENANCE
Recovery tank cleaning
Clean water tank
Suction motor filter
Suction pipes cleaning
Squeegee cleaning
Squeegee blades
Battery water level
Battery cables fixing
Brushes in each motor
Every day
Every month
Every day
Every week
Every week
Every week
Every week
Every 6 months
Every year
Operator
Operator
Operator
Operator
Operator
Operator
Operator
Trained technician
Trained technician
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5.6.
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MAINTENANCE REGISTER
DATE
OPERATOR
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6. SERVICE
6.1.
SERVICE ADDRESSES
Do not hesitate to contact FIORENTINI S.r.l. service for any kind of information or request.
Most of the technical problems can be sorted out with short intervention. This is why FIORENTINI S.r.l.
suggest to read carefully this manual before using the machine. On the contrary, if the customer needs a
FIORENTINI technician, please inform us about the problem in order to sort it out with the right material.
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6.2
CLAIM REPORT
Please, fill in the format below if the machine shows particular problems.
Operator:
Company:
Operator’s name:
Role:
Date:
Signature:
Machine description:
Machine:
Type:
ET 65-75
Purchase date:
Warranty:
S.N.:
‰
YES
‰
NO
Work hours:
Where does the machine
normally work?
Fault:
Code of the
defected
component:
Description:
Fault:
‰
‰
Mechanical component
Wrong functioning
‰
Electric system
‰
Engine
‰
Missing component
‰
Estremely noisy
‰
‰
Fault short description:
Water leak
Other
Customer’s suggestion:
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Mat. n.
Serial no.
Nr. de serie
_____________________
Data di spedizione
Date of shipment
Date de spedition
_____________________
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“THE BEST IN FLOOR MACHINES”
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