USER MANUAL - Wassermann Dental

USER MANUAL - Wassermann Dental
USER
MANUAL
Fine Blasting Unit
GOBI-2
Fig: Gobi-2
WAS S E R MANN D E NT AL - MAS C HINE N G mb H
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Dear customer,
Thank you for choosing a product from the Wassermann range. Wassermann
dental equipment incorporates the highest standards of quality and the latest
technology.
In order to enjoy maximum performance and years of trouble-free operation,
please read this instruction manual carefully before you connect this device and
start work, and operate the device according to the recommended guidelines. The
operation safety and the functionality of this device can only be guaranteed if you
follow both the general safety guidelines and the applying laws to prevent
accidents as well as the precautions given in this instruction manual. We are not
liable for any damages which occur due to inappropriate usage or faulty operation
of this device.
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Make sure that anyone using this device has read and understood
this instruction manual.
Keep this instruction manual in a safe place where it can be referred to as
required at any time.
Company address:
Wassermann Dental-Maschinen GmbH
Rudorffweg 15-17
D-21031 Hamburg, Germany
Tel. : +49 (0)40 / 730 926 – 0 Fax.: +49 (0)40 / 730 37 24
E-mail: [email protected]
URL: http//www.wassermann-dental.com
Erstellt: 29.10.2007 / ms
Version: 2
Auftrag: 190896/001
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Contents
1
FEATURES................................................................................................................4
2
FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY .....................................................................................4
2.1
2.2
2.3
3
3.1
3.2
READ THE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY ......................................................4
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ..............................................................................................5
RELIABILITY FOR FUNCTIONALITY AND DAMAGES ......................................................5
APPLICATION .........................................................................................................6
UNPACKING / TRANSPORT .........................................................................................6
INSTALLATION / STORAGE .........................................................................................6
4
STARTING ................................................................................................................7
5
ASSEMBLY FOLLOW-UP KIT ..............................................................................8
6
OPERATION...........................................................................................................12
6.1
OPERATION .............................................................................................................12
7
TROUBLESHOOTING/REMEDIES.....................................................................13
8
MAINTENANCE .......................................................................................14
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
CLEANING ...............................................................................................................14
SERVICING ..............................................................................................................14
WARRANTY ............................................................................................................18
SPARE PARTS ..........................................................................................................19
REPAIRS ..................................................................................................................19
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SPECIFICATIONS..................................................................................................20
EC CONFORMITY CERTIFICATE ..................................................................21
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1 FEATURES
This precision fine blasting unit of the WASSERMANN-brand offers you the
highest quality and most advanced technology.
This 2-chamber-unit is perfect for blasting, roughing as well as blasting with
specially fused alumina. The entire system is continiously under pressure and is
therefore always ready for use. The relation between air and the blasting medium
is set at the factory. It is determined by the size of the drillings. However, the
discharge velocity can be varied by the built-in pressure reducer. The discharge
velocity determines the outflowing amount of blasting media (while the relation is
kept optimal and constant).
Even when switching on the unit again, you can use the quick-start- and quickstop-function to begin blasting immediately. This is possible due to the crushing
valve at the conducting hose.
2 FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY
2.1 Read the operating instructions carefully
Handling and operation of this unit require detailed knowledge and attention as
explained in these operating instructions. This unit is designed only for the
described purpose.
Especially important notes are marked as follows:
Warning !
This is a warning indicating risk and hazard situations. Ignorance
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can cause danger to life. These warnings must always be heeded.
Information !
This information refers to important features you have to consider.
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2.2 Safety instructions
• This unit is designed for AC 220-240 V / 50/60 Hz only. Make sure that
the unit is always operated with the correct voltage.
• Disconnect the power plug before carrying out any service or repairs.
2.3 Reliability for functionality and damages
The reliability for the functionality of the unit depends on the owner or operator,
whether the unit will be serviced, repaired or altered improperly by persons not
belonging to an authorized service company or whether it is used for other than
the described purpose.
The unit must be operated and serviced according to these operating instructions.
For damages incurred due to negligence of these notes, Wassermann DentalMaschinen GmbH cannot be held responsible.
Warranty and reliability conditions of the terms of sale and delivery of the
Wassermann Dental-Maschinen GmbH are not extended by the above mentioned
notes.
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Please keep these operating instructions in an easily accessible
place and make sure they are read and understood.
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3 Application
This 2-chamber-blasting unit is designed for blasting, roughing as well as blasting
with specially fused alumina. Only use the device for this type of application.
3.1 Unpacking / Transport
− Remove all packing material and place the unit on an even and stable surface.
Check the included accessories (see 7.4).
Before moving the unit, please make sure that it is disconnected from the power
source.
− To avoid unneccessary transport damages, pay attention to proper packing
when transporting the unit.
3.2 Installation / Storage
− Place the unit in a horizontal position.
− Place the unit so that the work area is freely accessible and operation is not
restricted. (Please consider the structural dimensions). Do not place the unit
outdoors.
− In case of long-term storage, the unit must be protected against humidity and
dust.
− Prepare an electric- and compressed air connection.
− Furthermore an external dust-extractor should be connected. The connectors
are accessible from the back.
− The dust-extractor should be connected to the power outlet at the back of the
unit. In this case the dust-extractor switches on and off simultaneously with the
fine-blasting-unit.
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Attention: Never connect to an oxygen bottle. Risk of dust
explosion.
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4 Starting
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Before using the unit for the first time, let it stand with open
chambers until it has reached room temperature.
− It is absolutely necessary to switch the unit off before filling.
− The chambers can first be screwed on when they are completely pressureless.
Press the red knob of the screwed-on cover at the right side until no outflowing
air can be heard.
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Both chambers are ventilated simultaneously by pressing the red
knob (container at the right).
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The chamber at the right (red) will always be filled with 110-250 my
material.
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The chamber at the left (blue) will always be filled with 50-110 my material.
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The chambers are only allowed to be filled up to 4 cm from the upper
chamber edge.
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Before setting on the containers you have to assure that the
threads and sealing surfaces are free of blasting media grains.
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Screw on the screwed-on cover properly in accordance with the colour
indicator.
When all chambers have been screwed on the unit is ready for use and
can be switched on.
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Insert the power plug firmly into the power outlet (220-240 V / 50/60 Hz).
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Switch on the main switch (green toggle switch).
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Set the pressure reducer to working pressure. There must be no hissing
noise.
Otherwise, please retighten the screwed-on cover by hand.
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5 Assembly follow-up kit
Please carry out the following preparatory measures:
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Before you start the assembly check that the follow-up kit has been
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delivered complete.
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Unplug the Gobi-2 from its socket so that the mains supply is
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disconnected.
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Remove your pressurised air connection to a safe distance and make
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sure that the Gobi-2 is no longer “under pressure”.
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In the work room remove the plug for the lead through of the steel
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stylus: left for the left-hand add-on tank (yellow); right for the right-hand
add-on tank (green). Figure 1
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On the left-hand add-on tank loosen the lower screw of the electrocover.
Only loosen, do not remove! Figure 2
Plug, right
Plug, left
Figure 1
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loosen screw do
not remove
Figure 2
Now you are ready to begin the following assembly tasks:
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Screw the screws delivered with the add-on tank loosely into position in
the casing of the Gobi-2.
Figures 3 and 4
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Now hook in the add-on tank onto the screw. Please take special care
to see that on all three of the hook-in drillings the screw heads are
flush. The “wing” of the tank retaining plate must be pushed underneath
the screw which is inserted in a sideways position. Figure 5
Figures 3
FIGURES 4
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The “wing” of the tank
retaining plate must be
pushed underneath the screw
Figure 5
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All accessible screws are now to be screwed in tight.
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Push the steel stylus into the work cabin through the hole in the casing.
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Close the hole with the lead-through grommet thereby fixing the steel
stylus. Take care to lay the steel hose with a slight curve and don’t let it
buckle.
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Through the work cabin remove the indicator window and take out the
lamp.
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In each case remove the appropriate connection plug by pressing down
the ring of the plug screw-joint, at the same time pulling on the
connection plug. Figure 6
Remove the
appropriate
pulling down the
connection plug
connection
plug screwjoint
Figure 6
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With the help of the PA-hose (320023) connect the ball cock with
the squeezing valve.
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Fix the lamp back in and then the cover.
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On the back remove the connection plug on the air current unit,
there also by pressing down the ring of the plug screw-joint and at
the same time pulling on the connection plug. Tip: try pressing the
ring down with the assistance of a slotted screwdriver. Figure 7
Remove the appropriate
connection plug screw-joint
Pulling down the
connection plug
Figure 7
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With the help of the PU-hose (320054) connect the air current unit
with the blasting material container.
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Please take care that the blasting hoses run along under the sieve
grille and that the blasting protector is mounted.
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6 Operation
6.1 Operation
1. Turn on main switch (green toggle switch).
2. Set the working pressure at the desired level on the reducing valve (at least
2.3 bar at most 6 bar).
3. Designate the blasting material container by using the selection switch built-in
in the work room. If you do not possess any add-on tanks, then the green and
yellow settings will not perform any functions. Do NOT select them, since this
can lead to complications.
4. According to the colour selected, take the appropriate stylus in your hand.
5. Trigger the blasting process with the foot control.
Working is only allowed with the blasting chambers closed.
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Please wear safety goggles!
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Due to the operating condition, the amount of
blasting media flow may change when the blasting
media amount decreases.
By shortly tilting the unit it is possible to continue working for a
short time. However, this is an indication that you have to refill
blasting media.
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All recommendations given for the use of this unit regardless of
whether given verbally, in writing or in the form of practical
instructions - are based on our own experiences and tests and
can only be considered as standard values.
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7 Troubleshooting/Remedies
Symptom/Trouble
Possible cause
Possible solution
irregular flow of blasting
material
too little blasting material
in container
re-fill the container
jet on stylus too small
use larger jet
blasting material is moist
use blasting material of
correct dryness
container empty
re-fill container
no flow of blasting
material
main jet and/or steel hose Use recommended, dry
blocked
blasting material. Unscrew jet
on the stylus. Trigger blasting
process. Blasting material
should flow. If necessary,
briefly hold the hose closed
to build up some counterpressure.
wrong selection of colour
circuit setting
please switch to the correct
colour circuit setting
ancillary jet blocked
refer above
too little pressurised air <
2.3 bar
increase pressure
Decreasing and/or to low filter blocked and/or
buckled closed
blasting pressure
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change filter element
If the trouble persists, please contact your dealer or our service
department.
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8 Maintenance
8.1 Cleaning
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To ensure continuous and correct operation the unit must be cleaned
regularly.
No chemicals are required for the cleaning. Just clean the unit with a
sponge or soft cloth and a mild cleaning agent.
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The identification plate must always be kept in easily legible condition
and must not be removed.
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The inside of the chambers and the protection screens can be cleaned with
compressed air. Fine-dust will be sucked out by the dust-extractor.
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Never use strong and abrasive solvents for cleaning the screens.
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Coarse-grained sand, which cannot be sucked out by the dust-extractor
can be removed through the discharge opening.
8.2 Servicing
This unit does not require any special maintenance. Just make sure that the
device is kept clean.
However, after using the unit a certain time, it will be necessary to replace some
parts. Please take care of the following parts:
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8.2.1 Grip-Cuff Replacement:
Cuffs can also be replaced with gloves. The procedure is the same.
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Loosen the connector with pliers and unscrew the throughgrip (4 screws).
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Pull off the old cuff and put on the new one so that it completely covers the
opening.
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Attach the new connector. Take care that the closing of the connector is
placed inside the notch of the opening.
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Tighten the opening.
8.2.2 Screen Replacement:
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Open the flap and loosen the five knurled nuts.
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Remove the guide rails
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Fold the screen to the front and pull it out . Please take care of the spacer
reels.
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Replace the screens and reassemble everything in reverse order.
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8.2.3 Conducting Hose Replacement:
Before changing, the mains plug must be disconnected and the pressurised air
connection detached.
The pressure of all the tanks must be released (cf. Commissioning).
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Take sieve unit out of the chamber.
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Lay the appliance on its side so that you have access to the bottom of
the appliance.
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In order to detach from the tank the blasting material hose in question,
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loosen the black nut with a no. 17 spanner, then take it, and
subsequently the hose too, off.
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Pull and/or lever the silver handle on the squeezing valve, with the
other
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hand pulling the hose through the through-put and into the interior.
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Remove hose protection
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In principle the installation takes place exactly in the reverse manner.
The hose is pushed from the interior of the chamber through the hole on
the squeezing valve, led through it again and pushed onto the nipple of
the tank (don’t forget the nut and the plastic cap!). Before the nut is
tightened the fabric must be completely pulled over the rubber. Should
this be difficult to achieve then push the fabric outwards from the stylus
right to the end until enough fabric is available.
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The nut can then be completely tightened (not with force! Don’t
overturn it!).
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The small hose is only to be pushed in up to the squeezing valve. The
hose should be sandwiched in between both of the styluses. It serves
as a protection for the blasting hose.
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Put the appliance back in an upright position and re-install the sieve
grille. Please take care that the blasting hoses run along under the
sieve grille and that the hose protector is mounted.
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8.2.4 Lamp Replacement:
Before changing it you must pull out the mains plug. The lamp is behind the
indicator window.
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Loosen knurled nuts and take off the indicator window.
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Pull the lamp towards the right out of its socket and in re-placing make
sure that the new lamp fits correctly back into the socket.
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put back the indicator window and tighten the screws.
8.2.5 Nozzle Replacement:
Take care that the nozzle always corresponds to the size of the used blasting
medium (see “Specifications“). The replacement is very easy. Simply unscrew the
old nozzle and screw on a new one. Important!: Before setting up a new nozzle,
shortly operate the unit and blow away old blasting medium which may remain
inside the hose.
8.2.6 Protection Filter Replacement:
After some time of usage the filter inlet may become clogged. This filter inlet is
situated inside a brass case (protection filter), which is attached above the relief
valve. A hose runs from the protection filter to the distributor and from there
separate hoses run to each container.
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Lightly press down the plug fuse at the hose and remove the hose.
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Unscrew the protection filter with a suitable tool from the relief valve.
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Screw on the plug connection of the old protection filter to the new
protection filter.
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Screw on a new protection filter and mount the hose.
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8.2.7 Water Separator
A water separator, that absorbs any condensation coming out of the compressor,
is situated at the back of the unit. It must be checked regularly and at the latest
when the max. level is reached, it must be emptied. To do this, press the yellow
discharge lever up so that the water can flow into the container you have placed
under the unit.
Remarks:
Obstructions normally occur from soiled or lumply blasting medium. If the sand
draws moisture, check the condensator.
Most obstructions occur inside the nozzle. To remove such obstructions unscrew
the nozzle and clean it. In general this would be sufficient to make the stuck
grains come loose. If the obstruction persists, use a needle and push it through
the hole.
8.3 Warranty
The warranty period for all our units is 12 months. Should trouble occur during
this time, please inform your dealer or contact our service department.
Only use the blasting unit in perfect technical condition. Should trouble occur,
which could endanger employees or third persons, the unit must be inspected
and repaired before it is used again.
Damage, caused by improper use, external mechanical influences, transport
damages as well as alterations made by unauthorized persons, is not covered by
this warranty.
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8.4 Spare Parts
As extraction we strongly recommend our super-silent unit WTS-1R with the
finest filter. This unit works effectively and provides large filtering capacity.
Accessories
Part no.
Description
190800
additional tank, left with fineblasting nozzle 0,6 mm
190802
additional tank, right with fineblasting nozzle 0,8 mm
Spare parts
Part no.
Description
190550
Spare nozzle 0.6 mm
190551
Spare nozzle 0.8 mm
190552
Spare nozzle 1.2 mm
190554
Spare hose-unit green
190555
Spare hose-unit red
190557
Spare hose-unit blue
190558
Spare hose-unit gold
190572
Manifold
190432
Spare protection sheet with special coating
511206
Spacer bush
8.5 Repairs
All service and repair work should be referred to qualified service personnel only.
For replacement, use only original WASSERMANN parts. The product liability
expires if any modifications or alterations have been made by others as well as if
non-original spare parts are used.
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9 Specifications
190896
Fine Blasting Unit GOBI-2
Power supply :
Power consumption:
Overall dimensions:
Weight:
Container capacity:
Compressed air
connection:
220-240 V / 50/60 Hz
0.2 A / 50 W
Width: 430 mm
Height: 350 mm
Depth: 530 mm
17.5 kg
800 ccm = 1.2 kg
3 bar min. - 6 bar max.
The noise emission values of the fine-blasting-units is <=70 dB(A).
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Specifications and design are subject to change without notice.
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10 EC conformity certificate
in accordance with 2006/95/EG (low-voltage guidelines) and 2004/108/EG (EMV
guidelines) and 98/37/EG (machinery guidelines)
Manufacturer:
Model:
Applicable
standards:
WASSERMANN
Dental-Maschinen GmbH
Rudorffweg 15 - 17
D-21031 Hamburg
Product description:
GOBI 2 with 2 blasting material containers
GOBI 3 with 3 blasting material containers */**
GOBI 4 with 4 blasting material containers *&**
*additional tank right (Art-Nr. 190802)
**additional tank left (Art-Nr. 190800)
Laboratory fine
blasting unit for
dental applications
190896
DIN EN 61010-1:2004
DIN EN 61000-6-3:2005
DIN EN 61000-6-1:2002
DIN 45635-1:1984
DIN EN 60335-1:2007
Hiermit wird bestätigt, dass die oben bezeichnete Maschine den genannten EG-Richtlinien
entspricht. Diese Erklärung wird ungültig, falls die Maschine ohne unsere Zustimmung verändert
wird.
This is to confirm that the above mentioned machine complies with the described EC rules. This
declaration becomes invalid if the machine is modified without our approval.
Cette machine est conforme aux normes en vigueur de la Communité Européene. Cet avis est nul
et non avenant si cette machine est modifiée sans notre accord.
Esta máquina, anteriormente mencionada, cumple con los limites requeridos por el reglamento
EC. Ahora bien, esta declaración quedará invalidada en caso de realizar modificaciones al aparato
sin nuestra aprobación.
Hiermee wordt bevestigd dat bovengenoemde machine voldoet aan de voorgeschreven EU
normen. Deze verklaring verliest geldigheid als er zonder onze uitdrukkelijke toestemming
wijzigen aan de machine worden aangebracht.
Place, date: Hamburg, 20.07.2007
Signed: ________________________
Wilfried Wassermann
(Managing Director)
Company stamp:
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Notes:
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WASSERMANN Dental-Maschinen GmbH
Rudorffweg 15 – 17,
D-21031 Hamburg
Tel.: + 49 (0)40 / 730 926 – 0
Fax: +49 (0)40 / 730 37 24
e-mail: [email protected]
Internet: http://www.wassermann-dental.com
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