User Manual ATTIX 9 STANDARD - 1074001235 A

User Manual ATTIX 9 STANDARD - 1074001235 A
ATTIX 961-01
ATTIX 963-21 ED XC
ATTIX 965-21 SD XC
Operating Instructions
auto
1074001235 A
ATTIX 9 STD
Contents
1
Important safety
instructions
............................................................................................2
2
Description
2.1
2.2
Operating elements ..............................................................6
Operating panel ....................................................................7
3
Before starting the
cleaner
3.1
3.1.1
3.1.2
3.1.3
3.1.4
3.1.5
Assembling the vacuum cleaner...........................................8
Taking accessories out of the packaging..............................8
Attaching the suction pipe holder to the suction pipe 1) ........8
Inserting the filter bag (ATTIX 961-01) .................................9
Inserting the disposal bag (ATTIX 965-21 SD XC) .............10
Inserting the disposal bag (ATTIX 963-21 ED XC) .............11
4
Control / Operation
4.1
4.1.1
4.1.2
4.2
4.2.1
4.2.2
4.2.3
4.2.4
4.3
4.3.1
4.3.2
Connections .......................................................................12
Connecting the suction hose ..............................................12
Electrical connection .........................................................12
Switching on the vacuum cleaner .......................................12
Switch " I-0-II " 1) .................................................................12
Switch „ auto-0-I “ 1) ............................................................12
Suction power control 1) ......................................................13
Auto-On/Off-Operation - "auto" switch position 1) ...............13
Cleaning the filter element .................................................14
Cleaning the filter element (Push&Clean System) 1) ..........14
Cleaning the filter element " XtremeClean "
(ATTIX 963-21 ED XC, ATTIX 965-21 SD XC) ...................14
5
Applications and
methods
5.1 Techniques .........................................................................15
5.1.1 Picking up dry substances..................................................15
5.1.2 Picking up liquids................................................................15
6
After using the cleaner
6.1
Switching the vacuum cleaner off and storage ...................16
7
Maintenance
7.1
7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.2.3
7.2.4
7.2.5
7.2.6
Maintenance plan ...............................................................17
Maintenance work ..............................................................18
Emptying the dirt tank (ATTIX 961-01) ...............................18
Emptying the dirt tank (ATTIX 965-21 SD XC) ..................19
Replacing the filter bag(ATTIX 961-01) ..............................20
Replacing the disposal bag (ATTIX 965-21 SD XC) ...........21
Replacing the disposal bag (ATTIX 963-21 ED XC) ...........22
Replacing filter element ......................................................23
8
Troubleshooting
9
Further information
1)
..........................................................................................24
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
Recycling the vacuum cleaner ...........................................25
Guarantee ..........................................................................25
Tests and approvals............................................................25
EC declaration of conformity ..............................................25
Technical data ....................................................................26
Optional accessories ..........................................................26
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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ATTIX 9 STD
1 Important safety instructions
Symbols used to mark
instructions
Prior to using the appliance for the first time, be sure to read
this document through and keep it ready to hand.
DANGER
Danger that leads directly to serious or irreversible injuries,
or even death.
WARNING
Danger that can lead to serious injuries or even death.
CAUTION
Danger that can lead to minor injuries and damage.
The appliance must
• only be used by persons, who have been instructed in its correct
usage and explicitly commissioned with the task of operating it
• only be operated under supervision
• not be used by children
1. Do not use any unsafe work techniques.
2. Never use the vacuum cleaner without a filter.
3. Switch off the appliance and disconnect the mains plug in the
following situations:
- Prior to cleaning and servicing
- Prior to replacing components
- If foam develops or liquid emerges
Besides the operating instructions and the binding accident prevention regulations valid in the country of use, observe recognised regulations for safety and proper use.
Purpose and intended use
The appliance is suitable for picking up dry, non-flammable dust and
liquids.
Do not use the ATTIX 963-21 ED XC to pick up liquids.
The appliance is suitable for commercial use, such as e.g. in
• Hotels
• Shops
• Schools
• Offices
• Hospitals
• Hire shops
• Factories
Any other use is considered as improper use. The manufacturer accepts no liability for any damage resulting from such use. The risk
for such use is borne solely by the user.
Proper use also includes proper operation, servicing and repairs as
specified by the manufacturer.
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1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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Transport
1. Before transporting the dirt tank, close all the locks.
2. Do not tilt the cleaner if there is liquid in the dirt tank.
3. Do not use a crane hook to lift the cleaner.
Storage
1. Store the appliance in a dry place, protected from frost.
Electrical connection
1. It is recommended that the vacuum cleaner should be connected
via a residual current circuit breaker.
2. Arrange the electrical parts (sockets, plugs and couplings) and
lay down the extension lead so that the protection class is maintained.
3. Connectors and couplings of power supply cords and extension
leads must be watertight.
Extension lead
1. As an extension lead, only use the version specified by the manufacturer or one of a higher quality. See operating instructions.
2. When using an extension lead, check the minimum cross-sections of the cable:
Cable lenth
Cross section
< 16 A
< 25 A
up to 20 m
1.5 mm2
2.5 mm2
20 to 50 m
2.5 mm2
4.0 mm2
Guarantee
Our general conditions of business are applicable with regard to the
guarantee.
Unauthorised modifications to the appliance, the use of incorrect
brushes in addition to using the appliance in a way other than for the
intended purpose exempt the manufacturer from any liability for the
resulting damage.
1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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Risks
Electrical components
DANGER
Electric shock due to faulty mains connecting lead.
Touching a faulty mains connecting lead can result in serious or even fatal injuries.
1. Do not damage the mains power lead (e.g. by driving
over it, pulling or crushing it).
2. Regularly check whether the power cord is damaged or
shows signs of ageing.
3. Have the faulty mains connecting lead replaced by your
Nilfisk-Alto service representative or a qualified electrician prior to using the appliance again.
DANGER
The upper section of the vacuum cleaner contains live components.
Contact with live components leads to serious or even fatal
injuries.
1. Never spray water on to the upper section of the vacuum
cleaner.
CAUTION
1)
Appliance socket
The appliance socket is only designed for the purposes defined in the operating instructions.
1. The connection of different appliances can result in damage.
2. Prior to plugging in an appliance, always switch off the vacuum cleaner and the appliance that is to be connected.
3. Read the operating instructions to the appliance to be connected and observe the safety notes contained in these.
CAUTION
Damage due to unsuitable mains voltage.
The appliance can be damaged as a result of being connected
to an unsuitable mains voltage.
1. Ensure that the voltage shown on the rating plate corresponds to the voltage of the local mains power supply.
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1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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Picking up liquids
CAUTION
Picking up liquids.
ATTIX 965-21 SD XC: Due to their construction vacuum cleaners with a removable tank (SD) do not have an automatic level
indicator. There is a risk of damage to the vacuum cleaner due
to overfilling or of damage due to leakage of the picked up liquid.
1. Never pick up more than 40 litres at once.
2. Switch off the vacuum cleaner and empty the dirt tank.
Hazardous materials
WARNING
Hazardous materials.
Vacuuming up hazardous materials can lead to serious or
even fatal injuries
1. The following materials must not be picked up by the
vacuum cleaner:
- hazardous dust
- hot materials (burning cigarettes, hot ash, etc.)
- flammable, explosive, aggressive liquids (e.g. petrol,
solvents, acids, alkalis, etc.)
- flammable, explosive dust (e.g. magnesium or aluminium dust, etc.)
Spare parts and accessories
CAUTION
Spare parts and accessories.
The use of non-genuine spare parts and accessories can
impair the safety of the appliance.
1. Only use spare parts and accessories from Nilfisk-Alto.
2. Use only the brushes supplied with the vacuum cleaner
or specified in the operating manual.
Emptying dirt tank
CAUTION
Picking up environmentally hazardous materials.
Materials picked up can present a hazard to the environment.
1. Dispose of the dirt in accordance with legal regulations.
1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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2 Description
2.1
Operating elements
3
13
1
19
18
5
12
15
17
6
16
7
15
14
8
10
19
13
18
1
12
2
4
5
6
20
15
2
4
5
6
7
14
1
aut
o
19
18
8
12
11
9
8
14
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1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
2.2
Handle
Appliance socket 1)
Applicance switch "I-0-II" 1)
Applicance switch with suction power control 'auto-0-I" 1)
Receptacle for electrical lead
Inlet fitting
Dirt tank
Castor with brake
Swivel bar to remove dirt tank 1)
Grip to empty tank 1)
Handle to remove dirt tank 1)
Retaining clamp
Suction pipe support 1)
Bracket for floor nozzle 1)
Accessory holder
Clamps and hinges for dirt tank 1)
Operating knob for filter cleaning 1)
Inlet for fresh air
Outlet for waste air
Disposal bag
Operating panel
ATTIX 961-01
ATTIX 963-21 ED XC, ATTIX 965-21 SD XC
1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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3 Before starting the cleaner
3.1
Assembling the
vacuum cleaner
3.1.1 Taking accessories out
of the packaging
1. Take vacuum cleaner and
accessories out of the packaging.
2. The mains plug should not
yet be inserted into a socket.
3. Apply parking brakes (A) on
both castors.
A
A
B
4. Open the retaining clamps
(B) and remove the upper
section of the vacuum cleaner.
5. Take the accessories 1) out of
the dirt tank and the packaging.
B
3.1.2 Attaching the suction
pipe holder to the
suction pipe 1)
1. Attach the suction pipe holder to the suction pipe.
auto
Accessory
diameter
Distance (x)
from pivot
joint to the
floor nozzle
cm
38
52
50
47
x
auto
x
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1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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3.1.3 Inserting the filter bag
(ATTIX 961-01)
1. The mains plug should not
yet be inserted into a socket.
2. Apply parking brakes (A) on
both castors.
A
A
B
B
3. Open the retaining clamps
(B) and remove the upper
section of the vacuum cleaner.
4. Insert the filter bag (C) in the
dirt tank.
B
1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
B
5. Attach the upper section of
the vacuum cleaner.
6. Close the retaining clamps
(B). Ensure that the retaining
clamps fit properly.
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3.1.4 Inserting the
disposal bag
(ATTIX 965-21 SD XC)
1. The mains plug should not
yet be inserted into a socket.
2. Apply parking brakes (A) on
both castors.
A
A
B
3. Swing the bar (B) upwards.
4. Use the handle (C) to pull the
dirt tank out of the vacuum
cleaner.
C
5. Insert the disposal bag (D) in
the dirt tank.
6. Fold the top edge of the disposal bag over the rim of the
dirt tank.
D
7. Push the dirt tank as far as
possible into the vacuum
cleaner.
8. Swing the bar (B) downwards
without forcing it.
C
B
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1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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3.1.5 Inserting the
disposal bag
(ATTIX 963-21 ED XC)
1. The mains plug should not
yet be inserted into a socket.
2. Apply parking brakes (A) on
both castors.
3. Open clamping ring (B).
B
A
A
4. Insert disposal bag (C) into
clamping ring.
5. Fold the top edge of the disposal bag over the rim of the
clamping ring.
C
D
6. Attach the new disposal bag
(C) onto the storage container (D).
C
7. Close clamping ring (B).
B
1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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4 Control / Operation
4.1 Connections
4.1.1 Connecting the suction
hose
1. Connect the suction hose.
4.1.2 Electrical connection
1. Ensure that the cleaner is
switched off.
2. Insert the power cord into a
properly installed and fused
socket with earthing contact.
The operating voltage shown on
the rating plate must correspond
to the voltage of the mains power
supply.
4.2
Switching on the
vacuum cleaner
4.2.1 Switch " I-0-II " 1)
4.2.2 Switch „ auto-0-I “ 1)
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1)
Switch
position
Function
I
Reduced
suction
0
Off
II
Maximum
suction
Switch
position
Function
I
Maximum
suction
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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4.2.3 Suction power control 1)
Switch
position
Function
The suction
power control
switch allows
precise
adaptation of
the suction
power for
different
cleaning tasks.
4.2.4 Auto-On/Off-Operation
- "auto" switch
position 1)
The vacuum cleaner is switched
on and off by the power tool connected. Dirt is picked up from the
source of dust immediately.
To comply with regulations, only
approved dust producing tools
should be connected.
The maximum power consumption
of the connected electrical appliance is stated in section 9.5 "Technical data".
auto
Before switching the switch to position „auto“, ensure that the tool
connected to the appliance socket
is switched off.
1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner.
2. Switch off the power tool.
3. Connect the power tool and
the vacuum cleaner with a
suction hose.
4. Insert the plug of the power
tool into the tool socket on
the operating panel of the
vacuum cleaner.
5. Switch on the vacuum cleaner. Switch in "auto" position.
6. Switch on the power tool. The
vacuum cleaner motor starts
when the connected power
tool is switched on.
When the power tool is
switched off, the vacuum
cleaner continues to run for
a short moment so that any
dust in the suction hose is
conveyed to the filter bag.
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4.3
Cleaning the filter
element
4.3.1 Cleaning the filter
element (Push&Clean
System)1)
Only for vacuum cleaning without a
filter bag and without a cloth insert
filter.
If suction performance drops:
1. Turn switch to position "II" (maximum suction power).
2. Close the nozzles or suction hose opening with the palm of your
hand.
3. Press the button to start filter cleaning three times. The resulting
stream of air removes attached dust from the slats of the filter
elements.
4.3.2 Cleaning the
filter element
" XtremeClean "
(ATTIX 963-21 ED XC,
ATTIX 965-21 SD XC)
10 sec .
Only for vacuum cleaning without a
cloth insert filter.
To ensure that suction performance is always at its best, the filter
element is automatically cleaned during operation. We recommend
complete cleaning if the filter element becomes extremely dirty.
1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner
2. Close the nozzles or suction hose opening with the palm of your
hand.
3. Turn the switch to position „I“ and let the cleaner operate for approx. 10 seconds with the suction hose opening closed.
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1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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5 Applications and techniques
5.1
Techniques
If used correctly, additional accessories, suction nozzles and suction hoses can enhance the cleaning action and reduce the cleaning
effort.
Effective cleaning is achieved if you follow just a few guidelines in
combination with your own practical experience in special fields.
Here are some basic tips.
5.1.1 Picking up dry
substances
CAUTION!
Do not pick up flammable substances.
Before picking up dry substances, always ensure that a filter bag is
inserted in the tank (see section 9.6 "Accessories" for order number).
Disposal of the picked up material is then simple and hygienic.
After picking up liquids, the filter element is wet. A damp filter element clogs more quickly when dry substances are picked up. For this
reason the filter element should be washed and dried or replaced by
a dry element before dry substances are picked up.
5.1.2 Picking up liquids
CAUTION!
Do not pick up flammable liquids.
Do not use the ATTIX 963-21 ED XC to pick up liquids.
Before liquids are picked up, always remove the filter bag/disposal
bag.
The use of a separate filter element or filter screen is recommended.
If foam appears, stop work immediately and empty the tank.
To reduce the amount of foam, use foam killer Alto Foam Stop (see
section 9.6 "Accessories" for order number).
1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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6 After finishing work
6.1
Switching the vacuum
cleaner off and storage
1. Switch off the cleaner and
pull the mains plug out of the
socket.
2. Wind up the power cord and
hang it on the handle (A).
Begin winding up the cord at
the cleaner end and not the
plug end to prevent the power cord from tangling up.
3. Empty the dirt tank and clean
the vacuum cleaner.
4. After picking up liquids: Store
the upper section of the vacuum cleaner separately so
that the filter element can
dry.
5. Hang the suction hose with
the floor nozzle (B) in the
brackets and pack the accessories (C) away.
6. Store the cleaner in a dry
room where it is protected
from unauthorized use.
C
auto
A
B
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1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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7 Maintenance
7.1
Maintenance plan
ATTIX 961-01:
After finishing work
When required

7.2.1
Emptying dirt tank
7.2.3
Replacing the filter bag

7.2.6
Replacing filter element

ATTIX 965-21 SD XC:
After finishing work
When required

7.2.2
Emptying dirt tank
7.2.4
Replacing the disposal bag

7.2.6
Replacing filter element

ATTIX 963-21 ED XC:
After finishing work
1)
When required
7.2.5
Replacing the disposal bag

7.2.6
Replacing filter element

Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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7.2 Maintenance work
7.2.1 Emptying the dirt tank
(ATTIX 961-01)
After emptying the tank: clean the
rim of the tank and the seals in the
intermediate ring and the upper
section of cleaner before refitting
them.
If the seal or groove is dirty or damaged, the suction performance will
be reduced.
Before reinserting the suction hose:
clean the inlet fitting and hose collar.
1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner and pull the mains plug
out of the socket.
2. Apply
parking
brakes
(A)
on
both
castors.
A
A
B
B
3. Open the retaining clamps
(B) and remove the upper
section of the vacuum cleaner.
Tilting the dirt tank:
4. Pull the lever in the handle
(C) upwards and tilt the tank.
5. Tip out the collected dirt.
6. Dispose of the dirt in accordance with legal regulations.
C
E
D
E
D
B
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B
1)
or
Removing the dirt tank:
4. Open the tank locks (D).
5. Use the handles (E) to lift the
tank out of the frame.
6. Tip out the collected dirt.
7. Dispose of the dirt in accordance with legal regulations.
8. Place the empty tank in the
frame and close the locks
(D).
9. Attach the upper section of
the vacuum cleaner.
10.Close the retaining clamps
(B). Ensure that the retaining
clamps fit properly.
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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7.2.2 Emptying the dirt tank
(ATTIX 965-21 SD XC)
1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner and pull the mains plug
out of the socket.
2. Apply parking brakes (A) on
both castors.
A
A
B
C
D
E
1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
Removing the dirt tank:
3. Swing the bar (B) upwards.
4. Use the handle (C) to pull the
dirt tank out of the vacuum
cleaner.
5. Tipping out the collected
dirt: WARNING! If heavy dirt
has been picked up, never
lift the dirt tank alone. Use
the FORKLIFT (D), which is
available as an accessory.
6. Use a crane or fork lift truck
to position the FORKLIFT
above the dirt tank.
7. Attach the tank to the accessory.
8. Dispose of the dirt in accordance with legal regulations.
Inserting the dirt tank:
9. Clean the dirt tank.
10.Check the seals (E) between
the tank and the upper section of the vacuum cleaner.
11.Push the dirt tank as far as
possible into the vacuum
cleaner.
12.Swing the bar (B) downwards
without forcing it.
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7.2.3 Replacing the filter bag
(ATTIX 961-01)
1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner and pull the mains plug
out of the socket.
2. Apply parking brakes (A) on
both castors.
A
A
If the filter bag has heavy dirt, remove the bag by tilting the tank.
See Section 7.2.1.
B
B
Removing the filter bag:
4. Carefully remove the filter
bag connection from the inlet
fitting (C).
5. Close the filter bag connection (1) with the hinged lid.
6. Dispose of the filter bag in
accordance with legal regulations.
C
D
Inserting the filter bag:
7. Clean the dirt tank.
8. Insert the filter bag in the dirt
tank.
9. Press the bush of the new filter bag firmly on to the inlet
fitting (C).
C
B
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3. Open the retaining clamps
(B) and remove the upper
section of the vacuum cleaner.
10. Attach the upper section of the
vacuum cleaner.
11. Close the retaining clamps
(B). Ensure that the retaining
clamps fit properly.
B
1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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7.2.4 Replacing the disposal
bag
(ATTIX 965-21 SD XC)
1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner and pull the mains plug
out of the socket.
2. Apply parking brakes (A) on
both castors.
A
A
B
D
C
E
G
F
B
1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
Removing the disposal bag:
3. Swing the bar (B) upwards.
4. Use the handle (C) to pull the
dirt tank out of the vacuum
cleaner.
5. Close the disposal bag with
string (D) and remove it from
the dirt tank.
WARNING!
If heavy dirt has been picked
up, never lift the dirt tank
alone. Use the FORKLIFT
(E), which is available as an
accessory.
6. Use a crane or fork lift truck
to position the FORKLIFT
(E) above the dirt tank.
7. Attach the tank to the accessory.
8. Dispose of the dirt in accordance with legal regulations.
Inserting the disposal bag:
9. Clean the dirt tank.
10.Check the seals (F) between
the tank and the upper section of the vacuum cleaner.
11.Insert the disposal bag (G) in
the dirt tank.
12.Fold the top edge of the disposal bag over the rim of the
dirt tank.
13.Push the dirt tank as far as
possible into the vacuum
cleaner.
14.Swing the bar (B) downwards
without forcing it.
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7.2.5 Replacing the disposal
bag
(ATTIX 963-21 ED XC)
1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner and pull the mains plug
out of the socket.
2. Apply parking brakes (A) on
both castors.
A
A
Remove the disposal bag:
3. Open clamping ring (B).
4. Detach the disposal bag (C)
from the storage container
and seal it.
5. Dispose of the dirt in accordance with legal regulations.
B
C
Inserting the disposal bag:
1. Insert disposal bag (C) into
clamping ring.
2. Fold the top edge of the disposal bag over the rim of the
clamping ring.
3. Attach the new disposal bag
(C) onto the storage container (D).
D
C
C
4. Close clamping ring (B).
B
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1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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7.2.6 Replacing filter element
1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner and pull the mains plug
out of the socket.
2. Apply parking brakes (A) on
both castors.
Never use the vacuum cleaner
without a filter.
A
A
B
B
Removing the filter element:
4. Lay the upper section of the
cleaner down with the filter
element facing upwards.
5. Open the bar handle (C) and
remove it.
6. Remove the filter holder (D).
7. Carefully remove the filter element (E).
8. Dispose of the used filter element in accordance with legal regulations.
D
E
C
E
D
B
3. Open the retaining clamps
(B) and remove the upper
section of the vacuum cleaner.
F
G
B
Inserting the filter element:
9. Clean the filter seal (F).
Check it for damage and replace it if necessary.
10.Check the antistatic pin (G)
for damage. If necessary,
have it replaced by Alto Service.
11.Push new filter element (E)
onto the filter holder.
12.Attach filter holder (D).
13.Attach bar (C) and close.
14. Attach the upper section of the
vacuum cleaner.
15. Close the retaining clamps
(B). Ensure that the retaining
clamps fit properly.
C
1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
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8 Troubleshooting
Fault
‡ Motor does not start
Cause
Remedy
> Fuse of the mains socket has
blown.
• Connect mains fuse.
> Overload protection switch
has tripped.
• Switch off the vacuum
cleaner and allow it to cool
for approx. 5 minutes. If the
cleaner cannot be started
again, contact the Alto service
department.
> Motor is faulty.
• Have motor changed by
Nilfisk-Alto Service.
> Power tool/pneumatic tool is
defective or not connected
properly.
• Check that the power tool
works or that the plug is
inserted correctly.
> The power rating of the
electrical tool is too low.
• Note that minimum power
rating is P>40W
> Suction power selected with
suction power control is too
low.
• Set suction power in
accordance with section
„Setting suction power“.
> Clogged suction hose/nozzle.
• Clean suction hose/nozzle
> Tank, disposal bag or filter
bag is full.
• See "Emptying tank" or
"Replacing disposal bag, filter
bag" sections.
> Filter element is clogged.
• See section „Cleaning filter
element“ and „Replacing filter
element“.
> Seal between tank and upper
section of vacuum cleaner is
faulty or missing.
• Replace seal.
> Cleaning mechanism is
defective.
• Contact Nilfisk-Alto Service.
‡ No suction power during
wet cleaning
(ATTIX 961-01)
> Tank is full.
• Switch off the cleaner. Empty
the tank.
‡ Voltage fluctuations
> Impedance of power supply is •
too high.
‡ Motor does not run in
automatic mode 1)
‡ Reduced suction power
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1)
Connect the cleaner to another
socket closer to the fuse box.
Voltage
fluctuations
over
7% should not occur if the
impedance at the transfer point
is 0.15 .
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
ATTIX 9 STD
9 Further information
9.1
Recycling the vacuum
cleaner
1. Make the old cleaner unusable immediately.
2. Unplug the cleaner and cut the power cord.
3. Do not discard of electrical appliances with household waste.
As specified in European Directive 2002/96/EC on old electrical and
electronic appliances, used electrical goods must be collected separately and recycled ecologically.
Contact your local authorities or your nearest dealer for further information.
9.2
Guarantee
Our general conditions of business are applicable with regard to the
guarantee.
Subject to change as a result of technical advances.
9.3
Tests and approvals
Electrical tests must be performed in accordance with the provisions
of safety regulations (VBG4) and to DIN VDE 0701 Part 1 and Part
3. In accordance with DIN VDE 0702 these tests must be performed
at regular intervals and after repairs or modifications.
The vacuum cleaner has been approved in accordance with IEC/EN
60335-2-69.
9.4
EC declaration of
conformity
EC declaration of conformity
NILFISK-ADVANCE A/S
Sognevej 25
DK-2605 Brøndby
Product:
Vacuum cleaner for wet and dry operation
Model:
ATTIX 961-01
ATTIX 963-21 ED XC
ATTIX 965-21 SD XC
Description:
110 V / 230 V~, 50 Hz
The design of the appliance
corresponds to the following
pertinent regulations:
EC Machine Directive 98/37/EC
EC Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EC
EC EMC Directive 89/336/EC
Applied harmonized standards:
EN 12100-1, EN 12100-2
EN 60335-1
EN 60335-2-69
EN 55014-1, EN 55014-2, EN 61000-3-2
Applied national standards and
technical specifications:
DIN EN 60335-1
DIN EN 60335-2-69
Anton Sørensen
General Manager EAPC
Technical Operations
1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
Brøndby, 01.06.2007
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ATTIX 9 STD
9.5
Technical data
ATTIX
Voltage
V
Mains frequency
Hz
961-01
965-21 SD XC
963-21 ED XC
230 (EU,CH,GB)
110 (GB)
230 (DK,EU)
230 (DK,EU)
110 (GB)
50/60
Fuse
A
10 (CH)
13 (GB 230V)
16 (EU)
32 (GB 110 V)
Power consumptionIEC
W
2x1200 (EU,GB)
2x1000(CH, GB
110V)
Connected load for appliance
socket
W
Total connected load
W
Air flow rate
l/min
Vacuum
mbar/kPa
Sound pressure level at a
distance of 1 m, EN 60704-1
dB(A)
70
Sound level
dB(A)
67
Power cord: Length
m
10
10 (DK)
16 (EU)
10 (DK)
16 (EU)
32 (GB 110 V)
2x1200 (EU)
2x1000(DK)
2x1200 (EU)
2x1000(DK,GB)
1200 (EU)
300 (DK)
1200 (EU)
300 (DK)
750 (GB)
2400 (EU,GB)
2000 (CH, GB
110V)
3600 (EU)
2300 (DK)
3600 (EU)
2300 (DK)
2750 (GB)
2x3600 (EU,GB)
2x2900 (CH, GB
110V)
2x3600 (EU)
2x2900 (DK)
2x3600 (EU)
2x2900 (DK,GB)
230/23 (EU,GB)
210/21 (DK, CH GB 110V)
Power cord: Type
H07RN-F3G1,0 mm² (CH,DK)
H07RN-F3G1,5 mm² (EU, GB 230 V)
H07BQ-F3G2,5 mm² (GB 110 V)
Protection class
I
Type of protection (splash water
protected)
IP X4
Radio interference level
EN 55014-1
Tank volume
l
70
50
30
Width
mm
610
640
620
Depth
mm
645
725
605
Height
mm
985
1020
1200
Weight
kg
36
42
30
9.6
Optional accessories
Description
Order No.
Filter bag (5 pcs.) ATTIX 961-01
302002892
Disposal bag (5 pcs.) ATTIX 965-21 SD XC
302001480
Disposal bag (24 pcs.) ATTIX 963-21 ED XC
302003723
Filter element
107400562
Cloth insert filter ATTIX 961-01, ATTIX 965-21 SD XC
302002894
Alto-Foam-Stop (6 x 1 l) ATTIX 961-01, ATTIX 965-21 SD XC
26
8469
1)
Optional accessories / Option depending on model
GERMANY
Nilfisk-ALTO
Geschäftsbereich der Nilfisk Advance AG
Guido-Oberdorfer-Strasse 10
D-89287 Bellenberg
Tel.: +49 (0) 180 5 37 37 37
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-alto.com
http://www.nilfisk-advance.com
HEAD QUARTER
DENMARK
Nilfisk-Advance Group
Sognevej 25
DK-2605 Brøndby
Tel.: (+45) 4323 8100
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-advance.com
SALES COMPANIES
GREECE
Nilfisk-Advance SA
8, Thoukididou str.
164 52 Argiroupolis
Tel.: +30 210 911 9600
E-mail: nilfi[email protected]
HOLLAND
Nilfisk-Advance
Versterkerstraat 5
1322 AN Almere
Tel.: (+31) 36 546 07 00
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-advance.com
PORTUGAL
Nilfisk-Advance
Sintra Business Park
Zona Industrial Da Abrunheira
Edificio 1, 1° A
P2710-089 Sintra
Tel.: +35 121 911 2670
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-advance.com
RUSSIA
Нилфиск-Эдванс
127015 Москва
Вятская ул. 27, стр. 7
Россия
Tel.: (+7) 495 783 96 02
E-mail: [email protected]fisk.ru
SINGAPORE
HONG KONG
Nilfisk-Advance srl.
Edificio Central Park
Herrera 1855, Office 604
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Tel.: (+54) 11 6091 1571
Nilfisk-Advance Ltd.
Room 2001 HK Worsted Mills
Industrial Building
31-39 Wo Tong Tsui Street
Kvai Chung
Tel.: (+852) 24 27 59 51
AUSTRALIA
HUNGARY
ARGENTINA
05-800 Pruszków
ul. 3-go MAJA 8
Tel.: +48 22 738 37 50
Nilfisk-Advance Pte. Ltd.
40 Loyang Drive
Singapore 508961
Tel.: (+65) 6759 9100
SPAIN
Nilfisk-Advance S.A.
Torre D’Ara
Paseo del Rengle, 5 Pl. 10
08302 Mataró
Tel.: (+3) 4 93 741 2400
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-dvance.com
Nilfisk-Advance
48 Egerton St.
P.O. Box 6046
Silverwater, N.S.W. 2128
Tel.: +61 2 8748 5900
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-advance.com.au
Nilfisk-Advance Kereskedelmi Kft.
II. Rákóczi Ferenc út 10
2310 Szigetszentmiklos-Lakihegy
Tel: (+36) 24475 550
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-advance.hu
AUSTRIA
Nilfisk-Advance GmbH
Metzgerstrasse 68
5101 Bergheim bei Salzburg
Tel.: 0662 456 400-14
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-advance.com
Nilfisk-Advance India Limited
349, Business Point,
No 201,2nd floor, above Popular Car World,
Western Express High way, Andheri ( East),
Mumbai - 400 069
Tel.: (+91) 223 2174592
BELGIUM
IRELAND
Nilfisk-Advance n.v-s.a.
Riverside Business Park
Boulevard Internationalelaan 55
Bâtiment C3/C4 Gebouw
Bruxelles 1070
Tel.: (+32) 2 467 60 50
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-advance.com
Nilfisk-Advance
1 Stokes Place
St. Stephen’s Green
Dublin 2
Tel.: (+35) 3 12 94 38 38
Nilfisk-Advance
Ringstrasse 19
Kircheberg/Industri Stelzl
9500 Wil
Tel.: (+41) 719 23 84 44
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-advance.com
ITALY
TAIWAN
Nilfisk-Advance SpA
Strada Comunale della Braglia, 18
26862 Guardamiglio (LO)
Tel.: +39 0377 41 40 46
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-advance.it
Nilfisk-Advance Taiwan Branch
1F, No. 193, sec. 2, Xing Long Rd.
Taipei
Tel.: (+88) 6227 002 268
CANADA
Nilfisk-Advance
240 Superior Boulevard
Mississauga, Ontario L5T 2L2
Tel.: (+1) 905 564 1149
E-mail: [email protected]
CHILE
Nilfisk-Advance de Chile
San Alfonso 1462
Santiago
Tel.:(+56) 2 684 5000
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-advance.com
CHINA
Nilfisk-Advance (Suzhou)
Building 18, Suchun Industrial Estate
Suzhou Industrial Park
215021 Suzhou
Tel.: (+86) 512 6265 2525
CZECH REPUBLIC
Nilfisk-Advance
VGP Park Horní Počernice
Do Čertous 1/2658
193 00 Praha 9
Tel.: (+420) 24 14 08 419
DENMARK
Nilfisk-Advance A/S
Industrivej 1
9560 Hadsund
Tel.: +45 7218 2100
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-advance.com
FINLAND
Nilfisk-Advance Oy Ab
Piispantilankuja 4
02240 Espoo
Tel.: +358 207 890 600
E-mail: asiakaspalvelu.fi@nilfisk.com
FRANCE
Nilfisk-Advance
26 Avenue de la Baltique
Villebon sur Yvette
91944 Courtabouef Cedex
Tel.: (+33) 1 69 59 87 00
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-advance.com
INDIA
SWEDEN
Nilfisk-ALTO
Division of Nilfisk-Advance
Aminogatan 18
Box 40 29
431 04 Mölndal
Tel.: (+46) 31 706 73 00
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-alto.com
SWITZERLAND
THAILAND
Nilfisk-Advance Inc.
1-6-6 Kita-shinyokohama, Kouhoku-ku
Yokohama, 223-0059
Tel.: (+81) 45 548 2571
Nilfisk-Advance Co. Ltd.
89 Soi Chokechai-Ruammitr
Viphavadee-Rangsit Road
Ladyao, Jatuchak, Bangkok 10900
Tel.: (+66) 2 275 5630
KOREA
TURKEY
Nilfisk-Advance
Kumwon B/D 3F, 471-4, Gunja-Dong
Gwangjin-Ku
Tel.: (+82) 2497 8636
Nilfisk-Advance Profesional Temizlik
Ekipmanlari Tic. A/S.
Necla Cad. No. 48
Yenisahra / Kadiköy
Istanbul
Tel.: (+90) 216 470 08 - 60
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-advance.com
JAPAN
MALAYSIA
Nillfisk-Advance Sdn Bhd
Sd 14, Jalan KIP 11
Taman Perindustrian KIP
Sri Damansara
52200 Kuala Lumpur
Tel.: (+603) 62753120
MEXICO
Nilfisk-Advance de Mexico, S. de R.L. de C.V.
Prol. Paseo de la Reforma 61, 6-A2
Col. Paseo de las Lomas
01330 Mexico, D.F.
Tel: +52 55 2591 1002 (switchboard)
E-mail: [email protected]
NEW ZEALAND
Nilfisk-Advance
Danish House
6 Rockridge Avenue
Penrose, Auckland 1135
Tel.: (+64) 95 25 00 92
NORWAY
Nilfisk-ALTO
Division of Nilfisk-Advance
Bjørnerudveien 24
1266 Oslo
Tel.: (+47) 22 75 17 70
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-alto.com
POLAND
Nilfisk-Advance Sp. Z.O.O.
UNITED KINGDOM
Nilfisk-Advance Ltd.
Unit 24
Hilllside Business Park
Kempson Way
Bury St. Edmunds
Suffolk IP32 7EA
Tel.: (+49) 01284 763163
E-mail: [email protected]fisk-advance.com
UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Nilfisk-Advance Middle East Branch
SAIF-Zone
P.O. Box 122298
Sharjah
Tel.: (+971) 553 2626 82
USA
Nilfisk-Advance Inc.
14600 21st Avenue North
Plymouth, MN 55447-3408
Tel.: (+1) 763 745 3500
VIETNAM
Nilfisk-Advance Representative Office
No. 51 Doc Ngu Str.
Ba Dinh Dist.
Hanoi
Tel.: (+04) 761 5642
E-mail: nilfi[email protected]
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