LAVINA® 32R -S User Manual - Polished Concrete Solutions

LAVINA® 32R -S User Manual - Polished Concrete Solutions
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Owner’s Manual – Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV
8/2013
LAVINA® 32R -S User Manual
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Table of Contents
1. GENERAL INFORMATION ...................................................................... 3
Manufacturer ........................................................................................... 3
General Description ................................................................................. 3
Machine characteristics ........................................................................... 3
Lavina® 32R-S/32R-S-HV Main design ....................................................... 3
Environmental Conditions ........................................................................ 4
Electrical Connection ............................................................................... 4
Vacuum Connection ................................................................................. 4
Technical Data .......................................................................................... 4
Vibrations ................................................................................................. 4
Sonorous Emissions.................................................................................. 4
Label Data ................................................................................................ 4
Customer Service ..................................................................................... 4
2.SAFETY ISTRUCTIONS ............................................................................ 5
Recommended Use .................................................................................. 5
Prohibited Use ......................................................................................... 5
Preparation for work ................................................................................ 5
Protection Devices
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Arrest Functions ....................................................................................... 5
Safe Use ................................................................................................... 5
Residual Risks ........................................................................................... 5
Before You Begin ...................................................................................... 5
Operating Machine .................................................................................. 5
After Work is completed .......................................................................... 5
The Work Area ......................................................................................... 5
Personal Protective Equipment (ppe) ...................................................... 5
Operator .................................................................................................. 6
3. HANDLING AND TRANSPORTATION ..................................................... 6
Positioning the handle ............................................................................. 6
Using The Steering Bracket ...................................................................... 6
Flipping the machine up ........................................................................... 7
Splitting the carriage from the main head ............................................... 7
Lifting ....................................................................................................... 7
Leading power cable ................................................................................ 8
Third wheel .............................................................................................. 8
Releasinging The Wheels Of The Carriage ................................................ 8
Storage ..................................................................................................... 8
4.OPERATION ........................................................................................... 9
Preliminary Controls ................................................................................ 9
Control of the waterflow .......................................................................... 9
Adjusting and Mounting Tools ................................................................. 9
FRAME BLOCKING (u-joint] ...................................................................... 9
Control Panel ........................................................................................... 9
Control And Indication Units On The Electrical Cabinet ......................... 10
Starting the Machine.............................................................................. 10
Operating the Machine .......................................................................... 11
Stopping the Machine ............................................................................ 11
Alarm ..................................................................................................... 11
5.TOOLS AND ACCESSORIES ................................................................... 11
Weights .................................................................................................. 11
Tool holder key ...................................................................................... 11
Foam Plate ............................................................................................. 11
Security plate for Quickchange pads ...................................................... 11
6. POPULAR TOOLS ................................................................................ 12
7. EXPLODED VIEW................................................................................. 13
General Exploded View (fig.7.1) ............................................................ 13
Tool Holder For Machines Exploded View (fig.7.2)................................ 13
Bottom Cover Assembly Exploded View (fig.7.3) .................................. 13
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Pulley Unit Exploded View (fig.7.4) ........................................................13
Motor Support Exploded View (fig.7.5) ..................................................13
Central Shaft Bearing Exploded View (fig.7.6) .......................................14
Top Cover Exploded View (fig.7.7) .........................................................14
Guard Assembly Exploded View (fig.7.8) ...............................................14
Carriage Exploded View (fig.7.9).............................................................14
Steering Bracket Exploded View (fig.7.10) ..............................................14
Tool Holder Exploded View (fig.7.11) .....................................................14
8. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION .......................................................15
Cleaning ..................................................................................................15
Check Daily .............................................................................................15
Check after the first 15 Working Hours ..................................................15
Check Every 200 Working Hours.............................................................15
Check Every 400 Working Hours.............................................................15
Vacuum ..................................................................................................15
Water Leaks ............................................................................................15
Electrical System.....................................................................................15
Mechanical Parts ....................................................................................15
Carriage Wheels .....................................................................................15
Battery Of The Driving ............................................................................16
Baterry of the PANEL ..............................................................................16
Lavina®32R-S Electrical schemes with Yaskawa Inverter 200-240 Volt ..17
Lavina®32R-S-HV
Electrical
schemes
with
Yaskawa
Inverter 380-480 Volt .............................................................................18
9. TROUBLESHOOTING ...........................................................................21
Index of Problems and Solutions ............................................................21
9.1 Replacing Power Cord and Plugs ......................................................21
9.2 Dismounting And Mounting Tool Holder ..........................................21
9.3 Tensioning used planetary Belt ........................................................22
9.4 Mounting and tensioning a new planetary belt ................................22
9.5 tensioning and replacing the belts....................................................22
9.6 replacing the PULLEYS ......................................................................23
9.7 replacing the wheel ..........................................................................23
9.8 replacing the Battery ........................................................................23
9.9 Motor connection .............................................................................23
Fault list LAVINA® 32R-S ..........................................................................24
Fault diagnosis Inverter YASKAWA V1000 ..............................................25
9. WARRANTY AND RETURNS .................................................................28
Return Policy for Lavina® 32R-S/32R-S-HV ..............................................28
10. DISPOSAL ..........................................................................................28
11. MANUFACTURER’S CONTACTS .........................................................28
12. SPARE PARTS ....................................................................................29
1. LAVINA®32R-S General Parts ...........................................................29
2. LAVINA®32R-S Tool Holder For Machines Parts ...............................29
3. LAVINA®32R-S Bottom Cover Assembly Parts ..................................29
4. LAVINA®32R-S Pulley Unit Parts ......................................................30
5. LAVINA®32R-S Bottom Cover Assembly Parts ..................................30
6. LAVINA®32R-S Central Shaft Bearing Parts .....................................31
8. LAVINA®32R-S Guard Assembly Parts .............................................31
9. LAVINA®32R-S Carriage Parts...........................................................32
10. LAVINA®32R-S Steering Bracket Parts ............................................33
11. LAVINA®32R-S Water Supply Parts ................................................33
12. LAVINA®32R-S Tool Holder Parts ....... Error! Bookmark not defined.
13. LAVINA®32R-S motor FAN Parts .....................................................33
14. Lavina® 32R-S Control Box Parts 200-240 Volt................................34
LAVINA®32R-S Control Box Parts 200-240 Volt ...................................34
15. Lavina® 32R-S-HV Control Box Parts 380-480 Volt............................35
LAVINA®32R-S -HV Control Box Parts 380-480 Volt ..............................35
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Owner’s Manual – Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV
1. GENERAL INFORMATION
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This owner’s manual is intended for the operator of the Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV machine, the servicing technician as
well as for anyone involved with operating or servicing the machine. We recommend that you read the instructions very
carefully and follow them strictly. The manual includes information about assembling, using, handling, adjusting and
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maintaining your Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV floor grinding and polishing machine.
MANUFACTURER
Superabrasive was founded in 1987, as a manufacturer of high quality diamond tools for the stone and concrete
industry. Today, Superabrasive is one of the world’s leading companies in the production of diamond tools and floor
grinding machinery. At Superabrasive, we strive to deliver the very best solutions to our customers, and enable them to
work more efficiently.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
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The Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV machine is intended for grinding, polishing and buffing concrete, marble, granite,
limestone and terrazzo surfaces with diamond tools.
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The Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV is a six-disc machine with remote control, and can be used dry as well as wet.
For best results, use only tools manufactured or recommended by Superabrasive and its distributors.
WARNING!
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The Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV machine is manufactured and fitted for the above-mentioned applications only! Every
other use may possess risks to the persons involved.
MACHINE CHARACTERISTICS
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The Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV is made of two main
component sections:
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LAVINA 32R-S/32R-S-HV MAIN DESIGN
The two main component sections, the carriage and main
head.
The wheels of the carriage are driven by two gear boxes
that allow working with the machine from distance. The
handle on the frame is adjustable in height and enables the
operator to work in a correct and safe posture.
Figure 1.1
Figure 1.2
Two halogen spotlights (Fig.1.2) enable the operator to work in darker areas. The lamp holder can be adjusted in
different positions.
Existing lighting system does not replace adequate overhead
lighting.
A frame (U-joint technology) on top of the motor base is providing the main
head a possible to move to all sides and it gives more grinding capacity.
Remote Control Unit (fig.1.3)
Figure 1.3
The electrical box (fig.1.4) contains the electric
switching devices and inverters. The motor feeding Figure 1.4
cable is plugged in the socket located on the bottom of
the box. The main feeding cable is connected with a plug and socket on the side of
the box. The baterry is situated under the elecrtrical box and allows to move the
machine without connection with the current supply.
The water tank is on the opposite side of the frame, so that the weight of the water
has no influence on the operation of the machine. The water from the tank is supplied
by a pump. The frame weight, on the other hand, is fully absorbed by the driving
wheels.
The working part motor is mounted on the base plate and is the six grinding heads are driven by a two-belt system.
The planetary head is driven by a third flat belt.
The machine has a third wheel which ensures easier movement. (Fig.1.4)
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ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
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The temperature range for operating the Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV outdoors is between 41°F and 86°F or 5°C and
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30°C. Never use the Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV during rain or snow when working outdoors. When working indoors,
always operate the machine in well-ventilated areas.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
The voltage (Volt) and power (Ampere) are displayed on a label on the electrical control box to avoid any incorrect
connection. Refer to these before connecting the power. To avoid electrical shocks, make sure the ground power
supply is functioning properly.
VACUUM CONNECTION
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A connection for a vacuum dust extractor is located on the carriage. The Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV does not include a
vacuum dust extractor. The customer must purchase the vacuum dust extractor separately. The hose of the vacuum
extractor must be Ø 76 mm/3 Inch and can be glided over the three-way pipe. The vacuum dust extractor must be
adapted for floor grinders and have a minimum air displacement of 500m3/h with a negative vacuum of 21 kPa.
TECHNICAL DATA
Voltage/Hz
Amperage
Power
Tool holder rpm
Working width
Tool holder diameter
Weight
Grinding pressure
Additional weight
Application
Vacuum hose port
Water attachment
Water tank capacity
Water feed
Cable length
Third wheel
AMG Battery
Duration of movement of the machine
without re-charging the battery
Remote control battery
Machine LxWxH
Packing LxWxH
Lavina 32R-S
3ph x 200-240 V 50/60Hz
60 Amps
15.75 kW
21 hp
300-1100 rpm
811mm
32”
6 x 225 mm
6 x 9”
579 kg
1278lbs
286 kg
631 lbs
max 2x29kg
2x64 lbs
wet and dry
76 mm
3”
Quick change for ¾” hose
46 l
12 gal
Peripheral and front stream with pump
17.4 m
57 ft
yes
12V/85AH
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Lavina 32R-S-HV
3ph x 380-460 V 50/60Hz
31 Amps
15.75 kW
21 hp
300-1100 rpm
811mm
32”
6 x 225 mm
6 x 9”
579 kg
1278lbs
286 kg
631 lbs
max 2x29kg
2x64 lbs
wet and dry
76 mm
3”
Quick change for ¾” hose
46 l
12 gal
Peripheral and front stream with pump
17.4 m
57 ft
yes
12V/85AH
Max 30 minutes
Max 30 minutes
Rechargeable battery size AA 1.2V
2335x850x1260 mm
92”x34”x50”
1430x950x1280 mm
56”x37”x51”
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Rechargeable battery size AA 1.2V
2335x850x1260 mm
92”x34”x50”
1430x950x1280 mm
56”x37”x51”
VIBRATIONS
The vibrations of the machine are within the limits of directives and harmonized standards from the European Union
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when the Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV is operated with the recommended tools and in normal conditions.
SONOROUS EMISSIONS
The sonorous emissions are within the limits of directives and harmonized standards from the European Union when
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the Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV is operated with the recommended tools and in normal conditions. However, as
previously stated, the operator must wear ear protectors.
LABEL DATA
The data on the label provides the correct voltage and kW (needed for operational purposes);
Weight (needed for transportation purposes); production year and serial number (needed for maintenance purposes).
CUSTOMER SERVICE
For customer assistance and technical support call your local distributor or call Superabrasive Inc. at
1-800-987-8403 or visit us at www.superabrasive.com , where you can download a copy of this manual.
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2.SAFETY ISTRUCTIONS
RECOMMENDED USE
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The Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV machine is designed
and manufactured to grind and polish concrete, terrazzo
and natural stone floors. It can be used for renovations as
well as for polishing. The machine is designed for dry or
wet use. When using it dry, use a vacuum of appropriate
size. For more information, please refer to the chapter on
handling the vacuum connection.
PROHIBITED USE
The machine MUST NOT be used:
For applications different from the ones stated in the
General Description chapter.
For not-suitable materials.
In environments which:
Possess risks of explosion
Possess high concentration of powders or oil substances
in the air
Possess risks of fire
Feature inclement conditions.
Possess electromagnetic radiation.
PREPARATION FOR WORK
Make sure that:
You have closed the work area, so that no person
unfamiliar with operating the machine can enter the area
The tool plate and tools are adjusted to the machine
properly
There are no missing parts of the machine
The machine is in upright working position
The protection devices are working properly.
The electrical cable is free to move and follow the
machine easily. In order to keep the electrical cable from
being damaged, no vehicle should cross the zone where
electrical cables are situated.
PROTECTION
DEVICES
The machine is equipped with
several protection devices including the following:
An emergency stop button
A protection skirt and a hood for protecting the tool plates.
These devices protect the operator and/or others persons
from potential injuries. Do not remove them. On contrary,
before using the machine, please ensure that all
protection devices are mounted and function properly.
ARREST FUNCTIONS
Functions of arresting of the
machine are following:
Button to stop the motor (category 1)
Emergency button (category 1)
SAFE USE
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The Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV is designed to eliminate all
risks correlated with its use. However, it is not possible to
eliminate the risks of an eventual accident with the
machine. Unskilled or uninstructed operator may cause
correlated residual risks. Such risks are:
Position Risks due to operator’s incorrect working
position
Tangling up Risks
due to wearing inappropriate
working clothes
Training Risks due to lack of operational training
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NOTE: In order to reduce all consequences of the abovementioned risks, we advise that machine operators will
follow the instructions in the manual at all times.
RESIDUAL RISKS
During the normal operating and maintenance cycles, the
operator is exposed to few residual risks, which cannot be
eliminated due to the nature of the operations.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Working area must be clear from any debris or objects.
A first-time operator must always read the manual and pay
attention to all safety instructions.
All electric connections and cables must be inspected for
potential damages.
Ground wire system of the power supply must be also
inspected.
Perform general daily inspections of the machine and
inspect the machine before each use.
Always inspect the safety devices:
The emergency break must be clear and working
The tool protector must be working
The machine must be clean
Never operate the machine in the rain!
Confirm that there are no missing parts especially after
transportation, repair or maintenance.
Before filling the water tank with water make sure the
machine is not working and the main switch is turned off.
Before turning on the machine make sure that the base is
placed on the floor, the machine MUST NOT be in an
upright position when turned on!
OPERATING MACHINE
Never work with the machine
without visual contact with it.
Never run the machine when you are situated between the
handles of the wheel
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When operating the Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV, make
certain that there is no one, but you around the machine.
Never leave the machine unattended while working.
The electrical cable must move freely and must be
damage-free.
The water hose must move freely and must be damagefree.
Check if the floor, you work on, is not too uneven. If this is
the case, it may damage the machine.
AFTER WORK IS COMPLETED
Clean the machine and its surroundings properly
Empty and clean the water tank
Unplug the machine and wind up the electrical cable
Store the machine in a safe place
THE WORK AREA
Make certain that people or vehicles do not enter the work
area.
Avoid cables and hoses being in the way.
Always check the floor for debris
PERSONAL
PROTECTIVE
EQUIPMENT (PPE)
Always wear safety shoes when working with the
machine.
All personnel in the immediate work area must wear safety
glasses with side shields.
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The operator must understand all the instructions in this
Always wear safety gloves when changing the tools.
manual.
Always wear clothes suitable for the work environment.
The operator must understand and interpret all the
OPERATOR
drawings and designs in manual.
The operator Lavina® 32R-S/32R-S-HV machine must have The operator must know all sanitation and safety
regulations pertaining to the operation of
an adequate technical knowledge and preparation.
The operator must know the machine’s work The operator must have floor grinding experience.
The operator must know what to do in case of emergency
environment.
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Only one operator at a time can work with the machine.
The operator must be properly trained and well instructed
prior operating the machine.
3. HANDLING AND TRANSPORTATION
POSITIONING THE HANDLE
Figure 3.1
Figure 3.2
Figure 3.3
USING THE STEERING BRACKET
By loosing the swivel bolt (Fig. 3.1-2), turn the steering bracket (Fig. 3.1-3) in position. To turn the steering bracket
down (Fig. 3.1-3) you have to turn loose the swivel bold (Fig. 3.1-2), and push it in, this for security reasons.
Figure 3.4
Figure 3.5
Figure 3.6
The handle can be positioned in three positions:
Transport position to store or to transport or to
hoist the machine (fig. 3.4)
Working position (fig. 3.5) and Flipping position
(fig. 3.6)
Figure 3.7
To change the handle positions pull the knob
(Fig. 3.1-1, Fig. 3.7, and Fig. 3.8),
move the handle up or down.
Figure 3.8
To choose the transport-position pull the
additional the security pin (Fig. 3.9, Fig. 3.10) out
and put it back in when the handle is in position.
Never lift the machine on the handle without
mounting this pin.
Figure 3.9
Figure 3.10
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FLIPPING THE MACHINE UP
To change the tools put the handle in the flipping (upright) position (Fig. 3.11), grab the steering bracket and pull the
machine with all your bodyweight down (one foot on the control box can help) Put the bracket down on the floor (Fig.
3.12) and change tools. While putting the machine down a foot on the control box helps again.
Figure 3.11
Figure 3.12
SPLITTING THE CARRIAGE FROM THE MAIN HEAD
Figure 3.13
Figure 3.14
Figure 3.16
Figure 3.17
Figure 3.15
Figure 3.18
Unplug the motor cable plug from the control box (Fig. 3.13) and disconnect the water hose from the main head by
pulling it out (Fig. 3.14) and (Fig. 3.15). Release the pin sets (Fig. 3.16) and dismantle the third wheel. Release the pin
sets (Fig. 3.17) which attach the head to the carriage and divide the carriage from the main head (Fig. 3.18).
LIFTING
Lifting the machine by crane is possible by using the hoisting ring mounted on
the carriage (see Fig.3.19). The eye bolt and machine construction is rated only
for the weight of the machine. Do not lift any other loads on the machine. Use
always hoisting equipment rated for 600 kg or 1300 lbs. See to it the security
pin (Fig. 3.9, Fig. 3.10) is mounted.
Figure 3.19
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LEADING POWER CABLE
There is the possibility to lead the power cable through a shackle mounted on the hoisting ring.(see fig. 3.20).
There is a possibility to lead the power cable on sides of the machine on a specially mounted bearer (fig. 3.21; fig.3.22).
On side the cable can be leaded to the left or to the right side according to the operator request. The bearer is put away
when is not in use, as shown on fig. 3.23.
Figure 3.20
Figure 3.23
Figure 3.21
Figure 3.24
Figure 3.22
Figure 3.25
THIRD WHEEL
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Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV has a third wheel for easier movement.Lift the operating part using the jack wheel and with
the energy of the baterry move the machine on its own power. Mounting/Dismounting with Pin assembly (see Fig. 3.25
1-2). While working there is a possibility to turn the wheel support 90º(Fig.3.25).Pull out the wheel support, turn it 90 º
and fix again.
RELEASINGING THE WHEELS OF THE CARRIAGE
If on some reason the movement of the machine is not possible on its own power (using the third wheel), it can be
done on the two wheels of the carriage by the operator. Each of the wheels can be released from gearing to the
driven shaft by unscrewing the bolt (Fig.3.26-1) by 3 revs. This way is released the saw-edged bush, which
transmits the movement between the shaft and the wheel. To unscrew the bolt you need a wrench 19mm (3/4 in)
(Fig.3.27). When turning on/off the connector of the wheel is good to lift the carriage so the wheel does not touch
the floor and has free rotation (Fig.3.28).
Figure 3.26
Figure 3.27
Figure 3.28
STORAGE
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Always store and transport the Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV in a dry place. Never transport the Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV
unprotected; it may be damaged if transported unprotected during rain or snow.
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When during the storage of the machine the temperature may fall down to or less 32F (or 0 C) you
should empty the water from the system using following steps:
Pull out the hose of the tank (Fig.3.29)
Using compressed air blow out the water from the system for the two positions of the turn-cock (Fig. 3.30, Fig.
3.31).
Figure 3.29
Figure 3.30
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4.OPERATION
PRELIMINARY CONTROLS
Inspect the working area as explained in the safety instructions. For wet use, fill in the water tank when the electrical
cable is disconnected. Connect the vacuum extractor and ensure that the vacuum hose is clear and it will follow the
machine easily. Plug in the machine and make sure that the power cord is free to follow the working direction of the
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CONTROL OF THE WATERFLOW
The operator can choose the water sprays with valve
(Fig.4.2 1)in the front (fig.4.1) when the level of the
tap is in the vertical position , when the level is in the
horizontal position water will spray under cover of
the machine.
The valve (Fig. 4.2 2) is controlling the flow of
an external water supply. A ¾” water tube can be
attached to the quick connection (Fig. 4.2 3).
Figure 4.1
Figure 4.2
ADJUSTING AND MOUNTING TOOLS
Mount the tools only after ensuring that there is nough
diamond bond material left. Be sure that the plates are
always clean before mounting. WARNING: Secure always
the“Quickchange” pads with the security plate (Fig.4.3),
lock with the tool holder key (Fig.5.3). Diamond tools with
Velcro are attached on six foam plates of 9 inch(Fig.4.4).
The foam plates are mounted on the key lock
(butterfly).Always use the tool holder key (Fig.5.3).
Figure 4.3
Figure 4.4
FRAME BLOCKING (U-JOINT]
Figure 4.6
The relation between the working head and the trolley is
the frame (U-joint), which allows rotation about two
perpendicular axes to better follow the profile of the
floor.
The movement round one of axis can be blocked with
two screws to the plank, mounted on the front of the
frame(Fig.4.6). Unscrew the bolts and turn the plank so
it fixes the frame to the carrier with its tooth and then
tighten the bolts(Fig.4.6). Thus the lateral movement of
the machine is blocked.
Figure 4.7
CONTROL PANEL
The Control Panel can work connected to the machine or as a remote control device.
Figure 4.8
Figure 4.9
Figure 4.10
Figure 4.11
When it is connected to the machine it has to be on the support of the handle bar where on the bottom is mounted the
transmitter of the panel. Unscrew the protection closure of the panel (Fig.4.8), then unscrew the nut of the plug
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connecting the cable to the transmitter and connect the plug to the panel (fig4.10.). Put the protection closure to the
transmitter (fig 4.11).
When the panel is working as a remote control device the cable should be connected to the transmitter.
Figure 4.12
- indication of the preset speed of the machine
- emergency stop button report
- report - "inverter fault"
- movement direction "forward"
- movement direction "back"
10 ON/OFF switch
11 ON/OFF switch
1 Plug with closure used to connect the panel to the
machine through a cable
2 Emergency STOP button
used
in
Emergency
situations for stopping the machine. Turn on/off the panel.
3 Switch Reset
- forward position activates the initial setting on the
control panel
- back position resets the alarm of the inverters
4 Free switch
5 Switch on/off the spotlights
6 Joystick presets the moving direction of the machine
7 Switch presets the rotation speed of the plates of the
toolholders
8 Switch presets moving speed of the machine
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LCD – Display :
- indication of the preset rotation speed of the working
plates
starts/stops the motor
control the water pump
CONTROL AND INDICATION UNITS ON THE ELECTRICAL CABINET
Figure 4.13
1 Emergency stop button
used in Emergency situations for stopping
the machione.
2 Power led lights green when the machine is connected to the current
supply and is in running line.
3 Power switch „BATTERY-LINE”
In “BATTERY” position, the machine takes power from the battery
in case it is not connected to the power supply.
In “LINE” position, the machine takes power from the electric
network and charges the battery. In this position the machine should
stay after stopping and switch-off. In case the battery is not fully
charged (after transporting it on self move) leave the machine connected
to the power supply in order to charge the battery.
The time to move the machine without re-charging the battery is 30 minutes.
STARTING THE MACHINE
Follow strictly the instructions in chapter "SAFETY INSTRUCTOINS".
NEVER WORK WITH THE MACHINE WITHOUT VISUAL CONTACT WITH IT.
ATTENTION: Never run the machine when you are situated between the handles of the
wheel. First turn the handles as shown on Fig.4.14.
If working wet, pour water on the floor. If working on dry surface, skip that step and
connect and switch on the vacuum cleaner. Connect the machine to the electric network
and the light "POWER" will light and put the „BATTERY-LINE” switch (Fig.4.13-3 ) in
position "LINE" . Then check the "emergency stop buttons"(Fig.4.12-2) and (Fig.4.13-1)
in order to be sure the machine is in working condition.
Preset the necessary rev with the switch (Fig.4.12-7) and the speed with the switch Figure 4.14
(Fig.4.12-8).
Then start the motor by swithing " Motor on" "(Fig.4.12-10) and preset movement direction from the joystick (Fig.4.126), by holding up the joystick for 1s in final position of the desired direction.
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OPERATING THE MACHINE
Guide the machine in straight lines across the floor, and with each new line overlap a little bit of the previously
completed surface. Work at a constant speed allowing the tools time to work at a speed appropriate for the tools’ grit
size. Avoid vibrations. Do not stop the machine in one spot while the tools are still working because they will leave
marks on the floor surface. When working wet, preliminary chose with the water tap (Fig.4.2-1) the position for water
feed and periodically start the pump (Fig 4.12-11) to release water onto the floor surface. Starting the pump is possible
only if the machine motor is on. When working dry, check the floor surface periodically to ensure that dust is not
accumulating on it. Check regularly if your vacuum works properly. In case you need you may turn on the lights
(Fig.4.12-5).
STOPPING THE MACHINE
The machine can stop by switching the joystick in opposite position to the moving direction.
The stopping of the machine should be after the motor stops. Do not stop moving the machine before stopping
the motor rotation. Otherwise it could damage the surface.
To stop the machine motor use switch "Motor off"(Fig.4.12-1). Use "Emergency stop button" only in
emergency.
NOTE! Do not hold the machine in one spot before the motor stops to turn.
ALARM
The machine stops when the emergency stop button is activated or the inverters are shut down by emergency.
It is indicated by flickering lamp inbuilt in the switch "BATTERY-LINE".
The control panel display shows " Emergency stop " or "Inverter fault". After eliminating the accident cause the
machine is reset in working condition by releasing the emergency stop or turning on the "Inverter reset"( Fig.4.12-3).
5.TOOLS AND ACCESSORIES
WEIGHTS
Superabrasive offers additional weights for
increasing the productivity of the machine (Fig.5.1).
Each additional weight weighs about 64 lbs or 29
kg. The number of weights you choose to use will
vary from none to two. Each individual application,
type and condition of surface, power capacity of the
outlet, etc. will determine the number of weights
you can use without tripping a breaker. The first
weight stacks on to three posts on the frame
Figure 5.2
around the outer bowl (Fig.5.2). The second weight Figure 5.1
stacks onto the first.
The additional weights depend on the tools; it is not always possible to add weights. Some tools work too aggressively
and the machine can stop. The weight can be ordered with item number A08.00.00.00
TOOL HOLDER KEY
The tool holder key (Fig. 5.3) is used for adjusting, mounting and dismounting of the tools.
Always use the key for mounting. Item number is A03.00.00.00
Figure 5.3
FOAM PLATE
Diamond tools with Velcro are mounted on the foam plate 9“(Fig.5.4). The foam
plate is mounted on the flexible backer plate. Item number is LV-9-FP-S
Figure 5.4
SECURITY PLATE FOR QUICKCHANGE PADS
Plate (Fig.5.5) used to ensure the “Quickchange” pads.
Item number is A38.00.01
Figure 5.5
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6. POPULAR TOOLS
RECOMMENDED TOOLS
QuickChange System and Tooling feature extremely fast and convenient tool
changes, and a long tool life, providing for great long-term cost savings. The
QuickChange pads are produced in four different bonds for super hard, hard,
medium and soft concrete, in a variety of grit sizes, with either 1 or 2 buttons,
which allows you to customize the aggressiveness of the cut.
Calibra grinding discs: our popular ceramic bond discs are designed for the removal
of difficult scratches and they save you valuable time by eliminating the need for
multiple passes with metal tools. They can be used wet or dry, and are best for hard
concrete applications. They are with Velcro attachment.
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NATO polishing discs feature a special resin formula designed for both wet and dry
applications and a unique design with wide channels allowing for work on a cleaner
surface and ensuring a quality polish. Available in 3 and 4 in sizes.They are with Velcro
attachment.
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V-HARR Premium Polishing Pads are designed for mechanically polishing and
restoring concrete; also ideal for terrazzo and hard stone floors. V-HARR® pads are
offered in a wide variety of diameters and grit sizes to accommodate many applications.
Dry use is strongly recommended.
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Shine Pro are high quality diamond-impregnated pads for floor maintenance. Available in a
variety of sizes (17, 20, 21, 27 inch and other sizes), they are designed for use under swing
machines and burnishers, and are great for daily use – they require only water (no wax or
chemicals needed) and are a very environmentally friendly solution for maintaining floors.
Use only Superabrasive’s recommended tools see www.superabrasive.com
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7. EXPLODED VIEW
GENERAL EXPLODED VIEW (FIG.7.1)
TOOL HOLDER FOR MACHINES EXPLODED VIEW (FIG.7.2)
BOTTOM COVER ASSEMBLY EXPLODED VIEW (FIG.7.3)
PULLEY UNIT EXPLODED VIEW (FIG.7.4)
MOTOR SUPPORT EXPLODED VIEW (FIG.7.5)
Figure 7.2
Figure 7.1
Figure 7.3
Figure 7.4
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CENTRAL SHAFT BEARING EXPLODED VIEW (FIG.7.6)
TOP COVER EXPLODED VIEW (FIG.7.7)
GUARD ASSEMBLY EXPLODED VIEW (FIG.7.8)
CARRIAGE EXPLODED VIEW (FIG.7.9)
STEERING BRACKET EXPLODED VIEW (FIG.7.10)
TOOL HOLDER EXPLODED VIEW (FIG.7.11)
Figure 7.8
Figure 7.7
Figure 7.6
Figure 7.9
Figure 7.10
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8. MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION
CLEANING
Keep your machine clean. Cleaning the machine on a regular basis will help detect and solve potential problems
before they cause damage to the machine. Most importantly, check and clean the tool plate connections, power cord
and plugs, vacuum hoses and water tank.
CHECK DAILY
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After operating the Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV, the operator should conduct a
visual inspection of the machine. Any defect should be solved immediately. Pay
attention to power cords, plugs and vacuum hoses loose bolt or screws.
Tool holders: Buffers and spiders are consumables and must be visually checked
daily and replaced if needed. The key lock holders (butterflies) on the tool holders
should be also checked.
Check the rubber buffers and fixing of the holders. The flange holding the
buffers (Fig.8.1-1)has to be firmly fixed to the unit. A gap seen there means that
there are loose screws fixing the holder. The screws has to be tightened
immediately for safety operation.Working with loose screws on the holder could
also cause bad damages on the machine. Tightening force of the screws has to be
25...30N.m(18...22 ft/lbs).
It is very important to check regularly the screws(Fig.8.1 2),that fix the
"Quickchange" holder to the safety part, so that holder will not fly away if the buffers
got damaged.
Figure 8.1
“Quickchange” should be clean. The tension of the planetary belt can be
daily checked by moving the main head and feeling the resistance of the moving pulleys, if the belt slips tighten if
necessary, as described in the chapter Troubleshooting .
CHECK AFTER THE FIRST 15 WORKING HOURS
The low cover has a control cover (Fig. 9.4-1) that allows fast and easy control and correction of the belt. It is
recommended to check the tension of the belt after the first 15 hours and to tighten if necessary. For the correct
tension, see TROUBLESHOOTING “mounting the belt”.
CHECK EVERY 200 WORKING HOURS
Every 200 working hours, the operator should inspect all parts of the machine carefully. Most importantly, inspect and
clean the tool plate connections, power cord and plugs, vacuum hoses and water tank and filter. Also, check the water
flow of the pump. Check the guard assembly. Make certain the wheels are clean and rotate properly. Inspect the
control buttons. If there are defective control parts, they should be replaced immediately. Replace worn vacuum- and
water hoses. Check the tension of the belt and to tighten if necessary. For the correct tension, see TROUBLE
SHOOTING.
Carefully inspect the seal rings and bearings of the grinding units, and replace any showing signs of excessive wear.
For more information, refer to chapter troubleshooting below.
CHECK EVERY 400 WORKING HOURS
Besides the checks of 200 working hours, open up the bottom cover like described in chapter “TROUBLE SHOOTING
REPLACING BELT TENSIONING. Check if sealers, belt and bearings are in good condition, change if needed.
Beware by tensioning the belt not to “over tension”; the belt will never regain his original tension.
VACUUM
As stated previously, frequently check hoses and other parts for clogging.
WATER LEAKS
Replace any leaking parts immediately as the water could damage your machine
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Dust should not enter the control box, as it will destroy the contacts. Remove (blow out) any dust present.
MECHANICAL PARTS
Parts such as the belt, seal rings, cap rings, spiders and buffers and guard assembly are subject to wear and should
be replaced as needed.
CARRIAGE WHEELS
Check the pressure of the pneumatic tires and maintain it at the limits of 3.5-4 atm/50...60PSI/.
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BATTERY OF THE DRIVING
The machine uses maintenance free battery. The battery charges
automatically during work. After long transportation on self move the
machine should be switched on to the power supply and the power switch
BATTERY-LINE to stay on LINE position, in order to recharge the battery.
The approximate battery charge level can be checked on the Indicator
Lights that is noted in the operating manual of the control box built-in DCto-AC Inverter/Chargers.
Upon long outage of the machine (more than one week) it is
recommended to switch off the battery of the system by the safety switch
on the bottom part of the board (Fig.8.2) or to unplug the battery cables.
Figure 8.2
BATERRY OF THE PANEL
The condition of the panel battery is displayed on the right upper corner of the screen. In case the batteries are run
down they should be changed or the panel to be connected with the cable (see.Fig.4.8; Fig.4.9; Fig.4.10), then the
baterries start to recharge.
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Main Circuit
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9. TROUBLESHOOTING
INDEX OF PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
9.1 REPLACING POWER CORD AND PLUGS
When replacing the power cord or plugs always use cords and plugs with specifications as the original ones.
Never use lower quality or different type cord and plugs.
9.2 DISMOUNTING AND MOUNTING TOOL HOLDER
TO CHANGE BUFFERS AND SPIDERs, CHANGING V-RINGS AND FELT-RINGS
Figure 9.2.1
Figure 9.2.2
Figure 9.2.3
Figure 9.2.4
Figure 9.2.5
Figure 9.2.6
To check or replace the buffers and the spiders, the tool holders have to be dismounted. Remove the countersunk
screws on top of the buffer (Fig.9.2.1). Take the disc off (Fig.9.2.2), the spider can be removed or replaced (Fig.9.2.3).
By loosing four Hex cap bolts (Fig.9.2.4), the disc comes loose (Fig.9.2.5) and the buffers can be replaced (Fig.9.2.6).
Attention, by mounting use always the “blue” thread locking adhesive, except on the bolts to lock the buffers
(Fig.9.2.5). Use always original bolts.
Depending on the number (3,4 or 6) of buffers, the holder can be more flexible or rigid.
Figure 9.2.7
Figure 9.2.8
Figure 9.2.9
Figure 9.2.10
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When the tool holder is dismounted, you can change the sealers (V-Ring and Felt-Ring).
Take out Felt-Ring, Adaptor and V-Ring. Before mounting check on which side the
adaptor is fitting, remember the correct side. Mount the V-Ring with the smallest lip of the
V to inside (Fig.9.2.7) just push the V-ring so the top is on the same level as the pulley
top (Fig.9.2.8). Than take the adaptor in the correct way and push the V-Ring down with
the adaptor (Fig.9.2.9). The lowest lip of the V-Ring should only barely touch its gliding
surface; also never push the V-Ring down with fingers. Mount now the Felt-ring on top
(Fig.9.2.10). Close the sealers with the cap (Fig.9.2.11).
Figure 9.2.11
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9.3 TENSIONING USED PLANETARY BELT
Take the main head of the carriage, like described in the
paragraph “Splitting the carriage from the main head”,
Dismount the top cover.
Noticing speed lost in planetary movement it is possible to
tension the belt for planetary movement as described
in 9.4 Mounting and tensioning a new planetary belt.
Figure 9.3
9.4 MOUNTING AND TENSIONING A NEW PLANETARY
BELT
Dismount completely the
tensioning device.
Make 2 signs on the
dismounted belt exactly 10
cm out of each other (belt
without tension) (Fig.9.4.1).
The purpose is to measure
10.2 cm on the belt in
tension what is a tension of
Figure 9.4.2
Figure 9.4.3
Figure 9.4.4
2%., a maximum of 2.5% is
allowed.
ATTENTION:
NEVER “OVER” TENSION
THE BELT, THE BELT
WILL BE DAMAGED AND
IT WILL NEVER RECOVER
ITS ORIGINAL TENSION
Mount the belt back around
the planetary pulley; see that Figure 9.4.5
Figure 9.4.6
Figure 9.4.7
the belt is behind the driving
pulley (Fig.9.4.2). Put the
belt around the left roller of
the
tensioning
device
(Fig.9.4.3).
Put
the
tensioning device back in
place and pull the belt from
the roller on the right side
(Fig.9.4.4). Put the belt Figure 9.4.8
Figure 9.4.9
Figure 9.4.10
around the driving pulley
(Fig.9.4.5). Loose slightly the two bolts of the tensioning device (Fig.9.4.6) (Fig.9.4.7).Begin to tension until the
measure of 10 cm between the marks becomes 10.2 cm (Fig.9.4.9. Tighten the tensioning device while turning the bolt
move the planetary head so the belt can slide. (Fig.9.4.9). Do not forget to lock the tensioning device.
9.5 TENSIONING AND REPLACING THE BELTS
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU CHECK THE TENSION OF THE BELT AFTER THE FIRST 15 HOURS OF OPERATION
To tension or
check
the
tension of the
belts. Open the
small
bottom
cover
(Fig.
9.5.1).
Check
the two belts
tension, it is
Figure 9.5.3
Figure 9.5.1
Figure 9.5.2
recommended
to use an OPTIKRIK II device (Fig. 9.5.4). The Static Belt tension should be proximally 1150 N, A new belt 1450 N.
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To change the tension, turn loose the bolt (Fig. 9.5.4 11) on
top of the puller, LOOSE THE 5 BOLTS in the middle (fig. Fig.
9.5.4 8) loose also on the half moons the bolts ( Fig. 9.5.4-8.1
and Fig. Fig. 9.5.4-9).
Turn loose the secure nut on both forks (Fig. Fig. 9.5.4 7),
begin to tension with inner nut work similar on both belts (Fig.
9.5.3).
After matching the right tension secure all previous bolts.
When replacing the belts, take off the tool holder and remove
the bottom cover. Un-tension completely. Replace the belts,
put them on the right place in the grooves. Use (Fig. 9.5.4)
and pull them at last over the tension rollers (Fig. 9.5.4-4,
9.5.4-5). Tension as earlier described.
SQUEALING NOISE If a squeling noise of the belt is heard, it
means the belt is not pendicular with the pulleys. By tension
the belt avoid to loose the botls too much so the pulleys are
staying in an exact vertical position.
Figure 9.5.4
9.6 REPLACING THE PULLEYS
Take the belt tension away (see the previous paragraph). After removing the belts,
unscrew the four bolts of the pulleys on top of the disc (Fig. 9.6- 1).
9.7 REPLACING THE WHEEL
Lift the lorry on the side you need to change the wheel and place an wooden part so
the wheel is on the air. Unscrew the four bolts and take the wheel.
Figure 9.7
Figure 9.8
Figure 9.6
Figure 9.9
9.8 REPLACING THE BATTERY
Figure 9.10
Figure 9.11
Figure 9.12
9.9 MOTOR CONNECTION
In case of changing the motor, please check the cable connection to your motor.
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The motor is connected in “Delta”
(Triangle) 230 Volt, reminder for
the wire connection of the motor.
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The motor is connected in “Star”
380 Volt, reminder for the wire
connection of the motor.
Figure 9.13
Figure 9.14
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FAULT LIST LAVINA® 32R-S
Fault
The display does not
work
The display of the
panel lights and then
turns off
No connection with
the
machine.
Connection indicator
shows no connection
The machine does
not fulfill commands
The main motor
does not start.
Upon
command
„forward“
или
„backward“
the
machine turns one
side.
No water feed.
Additional conditions
Push emergency stop button
Cause
Panel turned off
Action
Release the emergency stop
button clockwise
The panel is not connected to
the machine with a cable
No battery . Batteries
are not put correctly.
Discharged batteries indicator is
on
Discharged batteries
Switch „Battery/Network“ is in
condition “Battery” .
The „Ready“ light is off.
Lack
of
battery,
damaged battery or
discharged battery.
Put charged batteries in the
panel or connect it with a
cable
Put charged batteries in the
panel or connect it with a
cable
Switch „Battery/Network“ to
„Network“.
Check
connection
and
battery condition.
Switch „Battery/Network“ is in
“Network” position.
The „Ready“ light is off.
The “Power” light is off.
No power supply in the
network.
Unplugged or damaged
feeding cable.
Check for power supply.
Check and if necessary
change the cable.
Light „Ready“ flashes. Indication
„Emergency Stop”
Light „Ready“ flashes. Indication
„Inverter Fault”
Switch „Battery/Network“ is in
“Battery” position.
The „Ready“ light is on.
The “Power” light is off.
Emergency
stop
is
pushed.
Protection
on
into
inverter I1,I2 or I3
The machine is not
power supplied.
Release the emergency stop.
After a while the machine stops
and an indication
shows
„Inverter Fault”
Overloaded inerter for
movement .
Switch „Reset Inverter”
Main motor is not on.
Condition
supply
Turn on the main motor
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water
Slow down the rev . Switch
„Reset Inverter”
Switch „Battery/Network“ in
position „Network“.
Plug the feeding cable in the
circuit.
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FAULT DIAGNOSIS INVERTER YASKAWA V1000
Pages are referring to
Yaskawa Electric SIEP C710606 18A YASKAWA AC Drive – V1000 Technical Manual
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9. WARRANTY AND RETURNS
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Warranty Policy for Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV
If your warranty card is missing, call your local distributor and request a warranty card or visit us at
www.superabrasive.com to download one.
The customer is responsible for filling out the card and mailing it to the manufacturer’s address indicated on the card.
To ensure registration and activation of the warranty coverage, the warranty card must be mailed to the manufacturer
within 30 days from date of purchase. Failure to mail the warranty card within 30 days from date of purchase may void
the warranty. Make sure you provide the manufacturer with all the information requested, and most importantly with the
distributor’s name, machine serial number and purchase date
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Superabrasive Inc. guarantees that the original purchaser of the Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV machine will be covered
against defects in material and workmanship for a period of 2 years from the date of delivery or 500 hours of use
whichever comes first.
The following conditions pertain to this warranty:
Applies only to the original owner and it is not transferable.
Machine must not be dismantled and tampered with in any way.
Covered components proven defective will be repaired or replaced at no charge. Covered components include motors,
bearings and switches.
This warranty does not apply to any repair arising from misuse, neglect or abuse, or to repair of proprietary parts.
This warranty does not apply to products with aftermarket alterations, changes, or modifications.
This warranty is in lieu of and excludes every condition of warranty not herein expressly set out and all liability for any
form of consequential loss or damage is hereby expressly excluded.
This warranty is limited to repair or replacement of covered components and reasonable labor expenses.
All warranty returns must be shipped freight prepaid.
The above warranty conditions may be changed only by Superabrasive. Superabrasive reserves the right to inspect and
make a final decision on any machine returned under this warranty. This warranty applies to new, used and demo
machines.
Superabrasive does not authorize any person or representative to make any other warranty or to assume for us any
liability in connection with the sale and operation of our products.
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RETURN POLICY FOR LAVINA 32R-S/32R-S-HV
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Lavina 32R-S/32R-S-HV machines may be returned, subject to the following terms:
In no case, a machine is to be returned to Superabrasive Inc. for credit or repair without prior authorization. Please
contact Superabrasive Inc. or your local distributor for an authorization and issuance of a return authorization number.
This number along with the serial number of the machine must be included on all packages and correspondence.
Machines returned without prior authorization will remain property of the sender and Superabrasive Inc. will not be
responsible for these.
No machines will be credited after 90 days from the date of invoice.
All returns must be shipped freight prepaid. All returns may be exchanged for other equipment or parts of equal dollar
value. If machines are not exchanged, they are subject to a fifteen percent (15%) restocking fee.
10. DISPOSAL
If your machine after time is not usable or needs to be replaced, send the machine back to Superabrasive or a local
distributor, where a professional disposal complying with the environment laws and directives is guaranteed.
11. MANUFACTURER’S CONTACTS
If you need to contact Superabrasive Inc. with technical support questions, below is the contact information.
Address;
9411 Jackson Trail Road, Hoshton GA 30548, USA
Email:
[email protected]
Tel.:
706 658 1122
Fax:
706 658 0357
Website:
www.superabrasive.com
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ASSEMBLY AND PARTS SPECIFICATIONS
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1. LAVINA®32R-S GENERAL PARTS
L32R-S
No
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1
Item No.
L32S.10.00.00
Disc Assembly
Pc
s.
1
L32R-S
2
L32S.05.00.00
Pin Assembly
2
L32R-S
3
MAR 8.152
Tube
1
L32R-S
4
L32R-20.00.00
Carriage
1
L32R-S
5
MAR 8.62
Tube
1
L32R-S
6
L32B-00.00.00.00.01
Air Duct Three-Way
1
L32R-S
7
SGB W1 56-59
Clamp
4
L32R-S
8
d50xL1100
Vacuum Hose
2
L32R-S
9
L32D.02.00.00-01
Guard Assembly
1
L32R-S
10
L32S.01.00.00
Top Cover Assembly
1
L32R-S
11
M8x16 DIN 7380F
Screw
6
L32R-S
12
L32S.03.00.00
U-joint
1
L32R-S
13
L32S-04.00.00
Third wheel
1
L32R-S
14
L32S-04.02.00
Pin Assembly TW L32S
2
L32R-S
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HATOX Set
Remote Control Set
1
Model
Description
2. LAVINA®32R-S TOOL HOLDER FOR MACHINES PARTS
Model
No.
L32R-S
1
L32R-S
2
Item No.
A.31.00.00
Description
Pcs.
LAVINA 32R-S
1
Holder A31
1
3. LAVINA®32R-S BOTTOM COVER ASSEMBLY PARTS
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Model
No.
Item No.
Description
L32R-S
1
L32D.10.02.00
Bottom Cover Ass.
Pcs.
1
L32R-S
2
M5x12 DIN 6921
Bolt
24
L32R-S
3
M6x16 DIN 6921
Bolt
3
L32R-S
4
M6DIN7980
Spring Washer
3
L32R-S
5
M6DIN9021A
Washer
3
L32R-S
6
D4x2-420
Seal
1
L32R-S
7
L32D.10.00.03
Small Bottom Cover
1
L32R-S
8
М5х10 DIN933
Bolt
12
L32R-S
9
M5 DIN 433
Spring Washer
12
L32R-S
10
М6х10 DIN7991
Screw
36
L32R-S
11
L25 LS.14.00.03
Outer Cover
6
L32R-S
12
110x90x8.5
Felt Ring
6
L32R-S
13
A34.00.01
Adaptor
6
L32R-S
14
TWVA00800
V-Ring Type A
6
L32R-S
15
L32S-10.02.02
Flange
6
L32R-S
16
D4x2-2500
Seal
1
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4. LAVINA®32R-S PULLEY UNIT PARTS
Model
No.
Item No.
Description
Pcs.
L32R-S
L32R-S
1
PL2476/975L9
Endless Transmission V Belt
2
2
M16X35DIN933
Bolt
1
L32R-S
3
M16DIN127B
Spring Washer
1
L32R-S
4
M16DIN125A
Washer
1
L32R-S
5
L32D.10.01.00
Central Pulley
1
L32R-S
6
DIN6885A12x8x56
Key
1
L32R-S
7
L32D.10.00.06
Ring
1
L32R-S
8
M8x25DIN933
Bolt
8
L32R-S
9
M8DIN7980
Spring washer
10
L32R-S
10
L32D.10.00.18
Cap
1
L32R-S
11
L32C.15.00.00
Tension Roller Bottom
1
L32R-S
12
L32C.14.20.04
Spindle
2
L32R-S
13
M10DIN934
Nut
4
L32R-S
14
L32D.10.00.14
Sector 4
1
L32R-S
15
L32C.14.00.00
Tension Roller Top
1
L32R-S
16
L32D.10.00.15
Sector 5
1
L32R-S
17
L32D.10.00.02
Distance Bolt
3
L32R-S
18
D6X2
O-Ring
3
L32R-S
19
L32D16.10.00
Puller
1
L32R-S
20
L32D-16.00.03
Washer
1
L32R-S
21
M12DIN127B
Spring washer
1
L32R-S
22
M12x20DIN933
Bolt
1
L32R-S
23
L32D.10.00.13
Sector 3
1
L32R-S
24
L32D.10.00.11
Sector 1
1
L32R-S
25
L32D.10.00.12
Sector 2
1
L32R-S
26
M8x35DIN933
Bolt
2
5. LAVINA®32R-S BOTTOM COVER ASSEMBLY PARTS
Model
No.
Item No.
Description
Pcs.
L32R-S
1
L32R-S
2
M16X35DIN933
Bolt
4
M16DIN127B
Spring Washer
L32R-S
3
4
M16DIN125A
Washer
4
L32R-S
L32R-S
4
S321
Electro Motor
1
5
M8X20DIN912
Screw
14
L32R-S
L32R-S
6
M8DIN7980
Spring Washer
14
7
L32-01.02.00.00.01
Fork
2
L32R-S
8
L32S.11.00.00
Central shaft bearing
1
L32R-S
8.1
L32S.11.12.00
Disc Assembly with Planetary Pulley
1
L32R-S
9
TC-20 EF L1730x30x2
L32R-S
10
L32D.12.00.00-02
Pulley Top Belt
2
L32R-S
11
L32D.12.00.00-01
Pulley Bottom Belt
3
L32R-S
12
L32S.13.00.00
Pulley Unit
1
L32R-S
13
L32D.10.00.01
Disc
1
L32R-S
14
L32S.17.00.00
Planetary Tensioning Unit
1
L32R-S
15
D4x2x850
Seal
1
L32R-S
16
M8X30DIN7991
Screw
8
Endless Transmission Flat Belt
30
1
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6. LAVINA®32R-S CENTRAL SHAFT BEARING PARTS
Model
No.
Item No.
Description
Pcs.
L32R-S
1
L32R-S
2
B65DIN471
Retaining Ring
1
6013
Roller Assembly
L32R-S
1
3
L32D.11.00.05
Extension Shaft
1
L32R-S
4
L32S.11.02.00
Disc Assembly
1
L32R-S
5
TWVL01700
V-Seal
1
L32R-S
6
M6x16DIN7991
Screw
6
L32R-S
7
L32D.11.00.03
Cap
1
L32R-S
8
6019
Roller Assembly
2
L32R-S
9
L32D.11.00.04
Spacer
1
L32R-S
10
L32D.11.01.00
Housing
1
L32R-S
11
B95DIN471
Retaining Ring
1
L32R-S
12
3208
Roller Assembly
1
L32R-S
13
A80DIN472
Retaining Ring
1
L32R-S
14
TWVA00950
V-Seal
1
L32R-S
15
L32D.11.00.06
Ring
1
L32R-S
16
L32S.11.00.17
Planetary Pulley
1
L32R-S
17
M8x30 DIN 912
Screw
6
7. LAVINA®32R-S TOP COVER PARTS
Model
No.
Pcs.
1
Item No.
L32S-01.00.01
Description
L32R-S
Top Cover
1
L32R-S
2
А29-30.00
Spray Unit
1
L32R-S
2.1
3
Knob Bolt
Screw
1
L32R-S
H766-21
M5X16DIN84A
L32R-S
4
Vacuum Port
1
L32R-S
5
L32D.01.01.00
L32S-01.20.00
Water Fitting
1
6
L32S.01.01.00
Vacuum Port
1
L32R-S
7
M5 DIN 9021 A
Washe
3
L32R-S
8
M5DIN127B
Spring Washer
3
L32R-S
9
M5DIN934
Nut
3
L32R-S
5
8. LAVINA®32R-S GUARD ASSEMBLY PARTS
31
Model
No.
Item No.
Description
Pcs.
L32R-S
1
L32D.02.00.01-01
Ring
L32R-S
2
L32D.02.00.02-01
Guard
L32R-S
3
L32D.02.00.05
PVC Sheet
1
1
1
L32R-S
4
D4X10DIN7337
Rivet
24
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9. LAVINA®32R-S CARRIAGE PARTS
Model
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
L32R-S
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Item No.
L32R-21.00.00
L32R-27.10.00
L32R-27.30.00
M10X20DIN6921
L32S.20.01.00
M8x40 DIN7991
M8 DIN433
M8DIN127B
М8х40 DIN933
L32R-24.00.00
A58165
L32-02.06.00.00.00
L32RS-30.00.00
L32RSHV-30.00.00
M8DIN934
L32R-23.00.00
L32R-00.00.42
L32R-21.00.12
L32B-02.03.05.00
M5x20DIN7991
M12DIN934
M12DIN127B
M12DIN125A
Description
Frame
Wheel assembly
Wheel Bearing
Bolt
Water Connection
Screw
Washer
Spring Washer
Bolt
Guard
Swivel Bolt
Lamp Unit Incl. Cable
Control Box L32R-S
Control Box L32R-SHV
Nut
Handle Assembly
Battery Guard
Stud Bolt M8x205
Cord Cover
Screw
Nut
Spring Washer
Washer
32
Pcs.
1
2
2
4
1
4
18
12
12
1
2
2
1
1
4
1
1
4
1
7
4
4
4
No.
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
Item No.
M12x45DIN933
L32D.22.00.00
L32-02.00.00.00.02
M8DIN9021A
M8DIN1587
L32-02.05.00.00.00
L32S.20.00.11
M6DIN125A
M6DIN7980
M6x12DIN933
A36.00.00
M5DIN985
M20x1.5DIN439B
1040
MAR 8.38
10-16DIN3017
M5DIN9021A
MAR 8.62
M8DIN985
L32R-27.20.00
L32R-20.00.31
Description
Bolt
Handle Positioner
Pin
Washer
Nut
Pin Ass.
Upper Bracket
Washer
Spring Washer
Bolt
Tank
Nut
Nut
Water Pump
Tube
Clamp
Washer
Tube
Nut
Gearmotor
Battery
Cable Guide
Pcs.
4
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
2
2
1
4
1
1
1
3
4
1
8
2
1
1
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10. LAVINA®32R-S STEERING BRACKET PARTS
Model
No.
Item No.
L32-S
1
L32B-02.03.00.00.01-01
Sprocket
Pcs
.
1
L32-S
2
L32B-02.03.02.00.00
Left Bracket
1
L32-S
3
L32B-02.03.03.00.00
Right Bracket
1
L32-S
4
L32C.23.00.06
Screw
1
L32-S
5
GN212.3-28-M12-E
Swivel Bolt
1
L32-S
6
M12DIN125A
Washer
1
L32-S
7
L32B-02.03.00.00.02
Spring
1
L32-S
8
L32C.23.00.21
Housing
1
L32-S
9
BO751-107-25M08
Knob
1
L32-S
10
L32-02.03.00.00.01
Washer
1
L32-S
11
L32-02.03.00.00.02
Teflon Washer
1
L32-S
12
M6X16DIN933
Bolt
2
L32-S
13
M6X25DIN912
Screw
8
L32-S
14
M6DIN7980
Spring Washer
10
L32-S
15
M5DIN985
Nut
4
L32-S
16
M5DIN125A
Washer
4
L32-S
17
M5x20DIN7991
Screw
7
Description
11. LAVINA®32R-S WATER SUPPLY PARTS
Model
L32-S
L32-S
No.
1
2
Item No.
A29.21.00
A29.22.00
Description
Backflow Preventer
Vent Valve
Pcs.
1
1
12. LAVINA®32R-S TOOL HOLDER PARTS
Model
No.
Item No.
Description
Pcs.
L32R-S
1
A31.10.00
Quick Change Assembly
1
L32R-S
1.1
A31.12.00
Keylock Set
1
L32R-S
2
M6X16DIN7991
Screw
4
L32R-S
3
A25.00.10-K
Buffer with two screw
6
L32R-S
3.1
M8X12DIN7991
Screw
12
L32R-S
3.2
A25.00.10
Buffer
6
L32R-S
4
A25.00.05-02
Spider
1
L32R-S
5
M8X25DIN7991-10.9
Screw
4
L32R-S
6
A31.20.00
Flange
1
13. LAVINA®32R-S MOTOR FAN PARTS
Model
L32-S
L32-S
L32-S
L32-S
L32-S
L32-S
L32-S
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Item No.
L32DS.10.00.48.01
L32DS.10.00.48.02
M8DIN582
M8X60DIN939
M8DIN934
M8DIN7980
M5DIN7985A
Description
Fan Cover
Fan
Eye Bolt Ring
Stud
Nut
Spring Washer
Screw
Pcs.
1
1
2
2
2
2
4
33
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14. LAVINA® 32R-S CONTROL BOX PARTS 200-240 VOLT
LAVINA®32R-S CONTROL BOX PARTS 200-240 VOLT
Model
No.
Item No.
Description
Pcs.
No.
Item No.
Description
Pcs.
L32R-S
1
L20NS-30.30.00
Lamp Unit Incl. Cable
L32R-S
2
L20NS-30.10.01
Cable Gland
2
17
L32S-30.20.00
Electro Motor Assembly
1
7
17.1
L32S-30.20.10
Plug assembly/motor/
1
L32R-S
3
HATOX set
L32R-S
4
L20NS-30.11.08
Remote control set
1
17.1.2
L32S-30.20.12
Cable for Electro Motor
1
Rectifier
1
17.2
S321
Electro Motor
L32R-S
5
1
L32R-S-HV-30.00.02
Frequency Regulator
2
18
L32S-30.19.00
Panel socket ass./motor/F
1
L32R-S
L32R-S
6
L32S-30.70.00
Cable with Connector and Plug
1
19
L32R-S-HV-30.00.05
Automatic Switch 12V 150A
1
6.1
L32S-30.70.10
Connector Ass. /female/
1
20
L32R-S-HV-30.00.06
Inverter with Load Module
L32R-S
1
6.2
L32S-30.70.20
Cable
1
21
L32S-30.11.07
Transformer
1
L32R-S
7
L32S-30.60.00
Plug on Control Board/male/
1
22
L20NS-30.11.01
Automatic Switch 1P/C4
3
L32R-S
8
L32S -30.11.15
Circuit Breaker
1
23
L32R-S-HV-30.00.09
Terminal Clip
10
L32R-S
9
L32S-30.11.21
Inverter Yaskawa (V1000)
1
24
L20NS-30.11.02
DIN Rail
L32R-S
10
L32R-S-30.00.03
Metal box plate
1
25
L32SHV-30.11.01
Automatic Switch 1P/C10
1
L32R-S
11
L32R-S-30.00.04
Metal box
1
26
L20NS-30.11.04
Rail Base
2
L32R-S
12
L20NS-30.40.00
Water Pump with Cable
1
27
L32RS-30.11.05
Rail
2
L32R-S
12.1
L20NS-30.40.01
Cable for Water Pump
1
28
L20NS-30.11.06
Rail Bracket
2
L32R-S
12.2
1040
Water Pump
1
29
L32R-S-HV-30.29.00
PLC
1
L32R-S
13
L32R-S-HV-30.13.00
Electro motor with cable
2
29.1
L32R-S-HV-30.29.10
Power Supply
1
L32R-S
13.1
L32R-S-HV-30.13.10
Cable 4x1
2
29.2
L32R-S-HV-30.29.20
8 Digite Outputs
1
L32R-S
13.2
L32R-S-HV-30.13.20
Electro Motor
2
29.3
L32R-S-HV-30.29.30
Processor
1
L32R-S
14
L32R-S-HV-30.14.00
Plus Terminal and Battery Cable
1
29.4
L32R-S-HV-30.29.40
Communication Module
1
L32R-S
14.1
L32R-S-HV-30.14.10
Battery –terminal Clip
2
30
L32R-S-HV-30.00.11
Automatic Switch 2А
1
L32R-S
14.2
L32R-S-HV-30.14.20
Plus Battery Cable
1
31
L20NS-30.10.13
Switch ON/OFF/
1
L32R-S
15
L32R-S-30.00.15
Battery
1
32
L20NS-30.10.12
LED /green/
1
L32R-S
16
L32R-S-HV-30.16.00
Minus Terminal and Battery Cable
1
33
L20NS-30.10.10
Emergency Stop Button
1
L32R-S
16.1
L32R-S-HV-30.16.10
Minus Cable for Battery
1
34
GY001
Gyro
1
34
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LAVINA®32R-S -HV CONTROL BOX PARTS 380-480 VOLT
Model
No.
Item No.
Description
Pcs.
No.
Item No.
Description
Pcs.
L32R-S-HV
1
L20NS-30.30.00
Lamp Unit Incl. Cable
2
17
L32SHV-30.20.00
Electro Motor Assembly
1
L32R-S-HV
2
L20NS-30.10.01
Cable Gland
7
L32SHV-30.20.10
Plug assembly/motor/
1
L32R-S-HV
3
HATOX set
Remote control set
1
L32SHV-30.20.12
Cable for Electro Motor
1
L32R-S-HV
4
L20NS-30.11.08
1
S321
Electro Motor
1
L32R-S-HV
5
L32R-S-HV-30.00.02
1
18
L32SHV-30.19.00
Panel socket ass./motor/F
1
L32R-S-HV
6
L32SHV-30.70.00
Rectifier
Frequency Regulator
/Inverter Yaskawa/
Cable with Connector and Plug
17.1
17.1
.2
17.2
1
19
L32R-S-HV-30.00.05
Automatic Switch 12V 150A
1
L32R-S-HV
6.1
L32SHV-30.70.10
Connector Ass. /female/
1
20
L32R-S-HV-30.00.06
1
L32R-S-HV
6.2
L32SHV-30.70.20
Cable
1
21
L32R-S-HV-30.00.07
Inverter with Load Module
Transformer
L32R-S-HV
7
L32SHV-30.60.00
Plug on Control Board /male/
1
22
L20NS-30.11.01
Automatic Switch 1P/C4
3
L32R-S-HV
8
L32SHV -30.11.15
Circuit Breaker
1
23
L32R-S-HV-30.00.09
Terminal Clip
10
1
L32R-S-HV
9
L32SHV-30.11.21
Inverter Yaskawa (V1000)
1
24
L20NS-30.11.02
DIN Rail
L32R-S-HV
10
L32R-S-HV-30.00.03
Metal box plate
1
25
L32SHV-30.11.01
Automatic Switch 1P/C10
1
L32R-S-HV
11
L32R-S-HV-30.00.04
Metal box
1
26
L20NS-30.11.04
Rail Base
2
L32R-S-HV
12
L20NS-30.40.00
Water Pump with Cable
1
27
L32RS-30.11.05
Rail
2
L32R-S-HV
12.1
L20NS-30.40.01
Cable for Water Pump
1
28
L25NS-30.11.06
Rail Bracket
2
L32R-S-HV
12.2
1040
Water Pump
1
29
L32R-S-HV-30.29.00
L32R-S-HV
13
L32R-S-HV-30.13.00
Electro motor with cable
2
29.1
L32R-S-HV-30.29.10
Power Unit
1
L32R-S-HV
13.1
L32R-S-HV-30.13.10
Cable 4x1
2
29.2
L32R-S-HV-30.29.20
Module with 8 Digite Outputs
1
L32R-S-HV
13.2
L32R-S-HV-30.13.20
Electro Motor
2
29.3
L32R-S-HV-30.29.30
Processor
1
L32R-S-HV
14
L32R-S-HV-30.14.00
Plus Terminal and Battery Cable
1
29.4
L32R-S-HV-30.29.40
Communication Module
1
L32R-S-HV
14.1
L32R-S-HV-30.14.10
Battery –terminal Clip
2
30
L32R-S-HV-30.00.11
Automatic Switch 2А
1
L32R-S-HV
14.2
L32R-S-HV-30.14.20
Plus Battery Cable
1
31
L20NS-30.10.13
Switch ON/OFF/
1
L32R-S-HV
15
L32R-S-30.00.15
1
32
L20NS-30.10.12
LED /green/
1
L32R-S-HV
16
L32R-S-HV-30.16.00
1
33
L20NS-30.10.10
Emergency Stop Button
1
L32R-S-HV
16.1
L32R-S-HV-30.16.10
Battery
Minus Terminal and Battery
Cable
Minus Cable for Battery
1
34
GY001
Gyro
1
35
PLC
1
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