Alliance Laundry Systems ZG1020-3002 Instruction manual

Chest heated ironers
CL300/1800
UL300/1800
Instruction manual
Technical specifications
Installation instructions
Operating instructions
Maintenance
Part No. D1384
June 2012
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FOREWORD.
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This manual contains information on installation, operation and maintenance.
The operator should read this manual carefully and become familiar with the machine
regulations before the machine is commissioned.
In this document we have attempted to answer any questions you may have.
For further information or explanation, please contact our after-sales department.
This machine was developed only for use in industrial surroundings.
The illustrations, drawings and text are as accurate as possible. Discrepancies may occur as a
result of technical improvements or special options ordered by you. The design explanations
in this manual are intended only for the user of the machine and under NO circumstances may
they be disclosed to third parties.
This manual will help you get the best out of your machine.
Location of serial number plate
Always quote the machine identification number when requesting information or
ordering parts.
Machine No. plate + CE plate
can be found on the front at the
bottom right.
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WE CAN’T GIVE ANY WARRANTY TO THE FOLLOWING ELEMENTS:
- The padding
- The feed bands.
- Chains
- Oil change.
- Transport damage.
- Components damaged by poor maintenance.
- Spare parts who are placed by a technician who is not trained or schooled by
--LACO.
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PART 1
INSTALLATION................................................................................................. 8
1.1 HANDELING OF THE MACHINE. ............................................................................................ 8
1.2 TECHNICAL DATA AND DIMENSIONS. ................................................................................... 9
1.3 INSTALLATION. .................................................................................................................. 10
PART 2
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................. 11
2.1 GENERAL ............................................................................................................................ 11
2.2 DAILY CHECKPOINTS ......................................................................................................... 11
2.2.1 DAILY CHECKPOINTS BEFORE STARTING ........................................................................... 11
2.2.2 NORMAL USE .................................................................................................................... 11
2.2.3 ABNORMAL USE ................................................................................................................ 12
2.2.4 CONTINUED RISKS WITH THE MACHINE - MEASURES TO TAKE. .......................................... 12
2.3 CONTROL PANEL ................................................................................................................ 12
2.4 OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................... 13
2.4.1 OPERATIONS INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................................. 13
2.4.2 ADDITIONAL POINTS. ........................................................................................................ 14
2.5 SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................................................. 14
2.6 WHAT TO DO IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS. ....................................................................... 16
SITUATION 5: ELECTROCUTION ................................................................................................. 16
PART 3:
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS. ............................................................... 17
3.1 MAINTENAINCE INSTRUCTIONS. ........................................................................................ 17
3.2 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE. ............................................................................................... 19
3.2.1 THE MACHINE DOES NOT REACH TEMPERATURE AFTER PRESSING THE START BUTTON. .... 19
3.2.2 MACHINE IS AT TEMPERATURE BUT IRONING BED DOES NOT CLOSE.................................. 19
3.2.3 THE IRONING BED CLOSES BUT THE ROLL DOES NOT TURN ................................................ 19
3.2.4 ROLL SUCTION DOES NOT WORK. ...................................................................................... 20
3.2.5 NO CONTROL VOLTAGE. ................................................................................................... 20
3.2.6 CREASES IN THE LINEN. .................................................................................................... 20
3.3 ADJUSTMENT OFF THE CONTACT. ..................................................................................... 21
3.4 DRIVE FEEDING BELTS. ...................................................................................................... 21
3.4.1 M300................................................................................................................................ 21
3.4.2 D300 ................................................................................................................................ 21
3.5 TEMPERATURE SETTINGS. ................................................................................................. 22
3.6 HOW TO PUT IN THE LINNEN ON A M300 – D300. ............................................................. 23
3.7 THERMO-OIL CHANGE M300 – D300 ................................................................................ 24
3.8 CLEANING OF THE BED. ..................................................................................................... 26
3.9 ROLL PADDING REPLACEMENT.......................................................................................... 27
4.1 ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT ................................................................................................. 34
4.1.1 ROLL DRIVE. ..................................................................................................................... 34
4.1.2 LIFT BED (EXCENTRIEK) ................................................................................................... 34
4.1.3 ROLL SUCTION DRIVE. ...................................................................................................... 35
4.1.4 FUSES ............................................................................................................................... 35
4.1.5 CONTROL PANEL. .............................................................................................................. 36
4.1.6 OTHER. ............................................................................................................................. 37
4.1.7 HEATING .......................................................................................................................... 38
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4.2 MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT ................................................................................................ 39
4.2.1 ROLL DRIVE. ..................................................................................................................... 39
4.2.2 ROLL. ............................................................................................................................... 40
PART 5:
APPENDIX ...................................................................................................... 40
5.1 INSTALLATION PLAN .......................................................................................................... 41
5.2 ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM ...................................................................................................... 43
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PART 1
INSTALLATION
1.1 Handling of the machine.
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Lift the machine.
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Devide the weight so that the machine does not hang crooked.
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Make sure nobody walks under the load..
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Lift the machine carefully and without impacts. Move regularly and without sudden
movements.
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Put the load on the ground as soon as possible.
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Make sure there are no obstacles in the way.
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1.2 Technical data and dimensions.
M300/1800
D300/1800
300 mm
1800 mm
1110 mm
2255 mm
815 mm
150°C
185°C
0.18 kW
34 W
25A
300 mm
1800 mm
1110 mm
2255 mm
1400 mm
150°C
185°C
0.18 kW
34 W
25A
3 x 4mm² + N + PE
3 x 4mm² + N + PE
1.5 m / min
4 m / min
60kg
1.5 m / min
4 m / min
60kg
Vapour outlet
Min - 25 Hz
Max – 50 Hz
Residual moisture 25%
Temperatur 180°C
Diameter
60 mm
60 mm
Weight
Kg
250kg
250kg
Packaging
Height
Width
Depth
Noise
Decibel
1350 mm
2350 mm
850 mm
60-65dB
1350 mm
2350 mm
850 mm
60-65dB
Roll
Diameter
Length
dimensions
Height
Width
Depth
Temperature
Min
Max
Roll
Suction
380V / 50 Hz
Motors
Electr.
Connection
(D curve)
Cable section
Speed
Capacity
*Max. temperature for polyester is 175°C
Max. temperature for nomex is 190°C
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1.3 Installation.
1.
The machine has to be unloaden according the regulations.
See 1. Transport of the machine.
2.
Remove all packing material such as plastics and cardboard.Clean the bed before
heating the machine. Use for this no explosive products.
Packing material.
S. also beige-supplied designs!
3.
Electrical connections.
Electrical cable connection:
3x 4mm ² + grounding
4.
Attach and isolate complety the suction pipe! (Temperature 120°).
Note: The maximum distance of these pipes is indicated about 5 meters as in
enclosed plan. For longer distances one must take a larger diameter (e.g. 125 mm
instead of 75 mm or 90 mm.!)
5.
Isolate all lines outside of the machine. Protect hot parts where you can burn
yourself by contact.
6.
The machine can be used only in the required industrial surroundings that satisfy
the safety and connections rules.
7.
The machine is now finished for the work.
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PART 2
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
2.1 General
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The service life of an ironing machine with a steel ironing bed is approximately 15
years with normal maintenance.
This is an estimate. It is not binding.
No compensation may be claimed for a shorter service life.
Noise level: 60-65 dB depending on speed
2.2 Daily checkpoints
2.2.1 Daily checkpoints before starting
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Check the direction of rotation of all motors.
Are all safety guards in position and closed?
Check the functioning of the finger guard and its correct adjustment.
This means the opening between the finger guard and feed bands must not exceed 15
mm.
Check the operation of the emergency stop buttons.
Before starting, make sure that nobody is in a dangerous area.
Check that there are no extraneous objects between the roll and bed of the ironing
machine.
Check the condition of the padding.
Also check the condition of the feed bands.
Clean dust from the machine.
Check the machine for leaks.
2.2.2 Normal use
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The machine is suitable for ironing all sorts of flat linen such as sheets, drawsheets,
towels, pillow cases, handkerchiefs etc.
The maximum temperature is 175°.
The minimum temperature is 145°.
The padding should be adjusted to the operating temperature (polyester max. 175°C or
nomex max. 190°C).
The machine settings for installation, ironing pressure, installation of the padding etc
should be in accordance with the regulations described in the manual.
The machine must be maintained regularly as described in the manual.
Only spare parts supplied by the manufacturer may be used.
The manufacturer accepts no liability for defects and accidents due to incorrect use of
the machine or spare parts that he has not supplied..
Do not allow any hard parts to turn between the roll and bed.
Do not allow any fusible materials to turn in the roll.
Take account of all safety regulations.
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2.2.3 Abnormal use
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Ironing items that are not flat.
Allowing the machine to run empty (without feeding linen).
Temperatures in excess of 190°.
Cleaning the beds with hard materials (can cause irreparable damage).
Working without taking safety precautions.
Failure to comply with safety regulations.
2.2.4 Continued risks with the machine - measures to take.
All pipes outside the machine for the roll exhaust, pose a real risk of burns.
For this reason, all these pipes must be properly insulated and protected against direct contact.
Staff using the machine must be trained in how to handle emergency situations e.g.
how to free someone who is trapped, what to do in the event of a fire, breakdown of the
machine etc.
The hot linen emerging from the machine can cause burns For this reason, it is necessary to
wear personal protection such as gloves when handling the linen.
As far as possible, non-flammable materials have been used in the design of the machine.
However, flammable materials will still always be present in the form of the padding, feed
bands and the oil in the machine.
However, the greatest risk is posed by dust.
Under certain conditions, dust can create a highly explosive mixture.
Therefore it is essential to clean the machine regularly.
Also create an equipotential link so that no potential differences arise between the machine
and the surrounding metal structures to prevent sparkover.
2.3 Control panel
Temperature
Settings
Start Roll
Stop Roll
Potentiometer
Roll speed
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2.4 Operation instructions
2.4.1 Operations instructions
MAIN SWITCH ON
IN
PRESS OUT
OUT
PRESS IN
START
- BED IS PRESSED AGAINST THE ROLL
- ROLL TURNS AFTER 4 SEC.
- ROLL STOPT IMMEDIATE
- BED IS STILL PRESSED AGAINST THE ROLL
PRESS FINGER PROTECTION STRIP
START
- ROLL STARTS AFTER 4SEC
STOP
- THE BED GOES OPEN
- ROLL STOPT IMEDIATE
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The machine can be trained only used by staff with the
necessary physical requirements!
Note :
During the operation of the emergency stop key `S1' all motors as well as the heating of the
bed are stopt. For a new start its only possible by turning back the emergency stop key `S1'
and again press the start button `S3'
Note :
After you pressed the finger protection strip the bed remains pressed against the roll, it is
therefore to recommend the roll to start as soon as possible or stop the machine
completely(otherwise felt burns).
2.4.2 Additional points.
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Run a wax cloth though the ironing machine 2 to 4 times a day to wax the bed. If this
is not done, the bed will glide less smoothly and static electricity may occur, resulting
in poor ironing quality.
Clean the ironing bed regularly with a special cleaning cloth (available as an option
with the machine).
2.5 Security instructions
Dangerous places
What you must not do
- Hot bed
- Do not move with the hands under that the
finger protection strip or between the intake
belts.
- The entrance of the bed and the roll.
- Attempt no parts to withdraw those already are
entered.
- Hot linnen at the exit of the roller.
- Avoid loose clothes, loose hair, bracelets, rings,
etc.
- Intake wedge of the intake belts.
- Never start the machine whitout a screening or
collateral inspection of the safety borders of the
machine
- Drive components.
- It is forbidden to climb on the machine.
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Regulations.
- Examine daily the working of the
different security safety
- Teach the personnel as to be behaved in
emergencies.
- Close loose clothes. Bind loose hair up. No
decoration.
- With repair and maintenance: Secure the
machine before working on it.
- With repair on parts, carry safety clothes
- Clean the machine only in a cold and switched
off condition
- Switch off the engine when working on the
machine
- Read the service manual before working with
the machine.
- Carry gloves with the treatment of the laundry
- Announce immediate damages
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2.6 What to do in emergency situations.
Situation 1: Emergency stop fails
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Stop the machine with the main switch.
Check the operation of the emergency stop button and the finger guard
regularly as part of preventive maintenance.
Situation 2: A person is trapped between the roll and the bed.
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Press the red stop button or the emergency stop button.
The bed will lower from the roll and the trapped person can be released.
Call the emergency services and give first aid.
Situation 3: Turning with the feed bands.
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Press the emergency stop button
Cut the feed bands.
Situation 4: Fire
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Press the emergency stop button and immediately switch off the power supply.
Call the emergency services.
Situation 5: Electrocution

Immediately disconnect from power supply and only then release the person.
Otherwise you run the risk of being electrocuted yourself. Give first aid. Call
the emergency services immediately.
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PART 3:
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS.
3.1 Maintenaince instructions.
Daily:
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Pass a wax cloth (cleaning cloth) through the ironing machine 2 to 4 times a day.
(4 times when the linen doesn’t enters smoothly the chest, or when there are creases in
the linen.) (1 x wax  ± 5min.)
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Clean the machine with a vacuum cleaner or with air pressure. (1 person  ± 10min.)
4 x per year
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Clean the suction wings of the drive. (1 person  ± 30min.)
2 x per year:
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Check chain and tension of feed bands.
Every year
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Lubricate the chain. (1 person  ± 5min.)
Every 2 years:
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Change thermal oil every 2 year or every 3500 hours.
(1 person  ± 6 hours)
Alternative oil:
SYNLUBE
TRANSCAL
SHELL CASSIDA
Lubriplate
BP Marine
Fluid HT
Other:
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Cleaning the chest and changing the roll padding.
(1 person  ± 5 hours) (2 persons  ± 4 hours)
If scale occurs on the beds (deposits of water salts at the entrance to the bed), it should
be cleaned with the special cleaning cloth that is available.
Maintenance should be performed in accordance with the enclosed maintenance plan.
It should be performed when the machine is stopped and cold.
The manufacturer accepts no liability for defects or accidents due to failure to
perform maintenance or poor maintenance or due to the use of spare parts that he has
not supplied.
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The possible risks of poor maintenance are.
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Rapid wear of sprockets or bearings in the case of insufficient lubrication.
If insufficiently lubricated, bearings may become hot resulting in a risk of fire.
If the safety equipment is not checked daily, faults in the machine may lead to serious
accidents.
Waiting too long before replacing the padding can lead to irreparable damage to the
bed.
Dust on the machine can lead to fire and even explosions
Worn or missing feed bands can cause a risk of fingers or the linen that has been fed in
becoming trapped.
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3.2 Troubleshooting guide.
3.2.1 The machine does not reach temperature after pressing the start button.
Possible cause.
A. No power
B. Main switch broken
C. Emergency stop button pressed.
D. Fuses failed.
Solution.
A. Examine current suply
B. Replace main switch
C. Deactivate emergency stop button.
D. Reset or replace fuses.
3.2.2 Machine is at temperature but ironing bed does not close
Possible cause.
A. Push button is defective.
B. Cylinder defective.
Solution.
A. Replace push button
B. Replace Cylinder.
3.2.3 The ironing bed closes but the roll does not turn
Possible cause.
A. Finger guard pushed.
B. Frequency control is defective.
C. Contact pressure too highly
Solution.
A. Check or replace contact (FDC2) .
B. Replace frequency control.
C. Adjust contact pressure
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3.2.4 Roll suction does not work.
Possible cause.
A. Motor defective
B. Contactor K1 defective.
C. Fuse F4 defective
Solution.
A. Replace drive.
B. Replace contactor K1
C. Replace fuse F4
3.2.5 No control voltage.
Possible cause.
A. Transfo defective
B. Main switch detective.
C. Fuse detective.
Solution.
A. Check op replace the transfo.
B. Check or replace the main switch
C. Check or replace the fus
3.2.6 Creases in the linen.
Possible cause.
A. Temperature of the ironing bed too low (below 150°)
B. Ironing bed is very dirty.
Solution.
A. Set higher operating temperature (normally 175°)
B. Clean and wax ironing bed.
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3.3 Adjustment off the contact.
Contact finger guard
3.4 Drive feeding belts.
3.4.1 M300
Chain sprocket
1/2"x5/16x15 t.
Chain tensionner :
1/2"
Chain:
½”x5/16”x1.06m
Chain sprocket
½ x5/16x 57 t.
3.4.2 D300
Chain tensionner :
1/2"
Chain sprocket
1/2"x5/16x15 t.
teethes
Chain sprocket
½ x5/16x 57 t.
Chain: ½”x5/16”x1.76m
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3.5 Temperature settings.
Regulation of the digital temperature meter
3
1
4
2
5
WARNING !!!
The temperature can be adjust to 190°C, if, by manufacturing a higher temperature is
set , that will cause either physically or materially damage, the manufacturers is not
responsible for the damage.
Adjustment off the temperature:
Press at the same time the key 3 and key 2 yo adjust the temperature, now you the
established temperature when you warm up the machine.
To changes the nature of the entities pres the key 3 or key 4, confirms thereafter with
key 2.
To changes the nature of the hundreds pres the key 3 or key 4, confirms thereafter with
key 2.
To changes the nature of the thousands pres the key 3 or key 4, confirms thereafter
with key 2.
In order to regulate the adjusted temperature hold the key 2 at the same time press the
key 3. Then release both keys and the adjusted temperature is stored.
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3.6 How to put in the linnen on a M300 – D300.
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3.7 Thermo-oil change M300 – D300
Note : The exchange of the thermal oil may only happened if the oil is cold.
(approx. 20 ° C)
( approx. 20 ° C )
1. Shut down the machine with the main switch..
2. Turn the stop of the valve loose
Turn the stop loose
3. Turn the valve open and let all the old oil out of the system in a bucket
or barrel
Turn the valve open
4. Remove the plug above on the bed so that air can fil in the bed an all the oil can
escape.
Plug
5. Fill the container with oil with a pump under the container. Fill the container with oil,
so that the ventilation hole overflows.
Opening of ventilation
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6. Remove the pump and the oil and ceases 1.5l oil of the system so that the machine
does not overflow at warming up.
Cease 1.5L oil
7. Examine whether all openings are free of the teflonshoses. If the case is not, these
must be replaced!!!!
8. Clean up the bed and the expantion tank and exmanie that everthing is reacttached.
9. Turn on the main switch on
10. examines the machine for leaksat a temperature of 40°C. If there is a leak, then solve
first of all the leak before continue working with the machine.
Note : Be carefull that you do not burn yourselves during the implementation of this
work!!
If there are no leaks, its possible, to warm the machine up further. Do this in the steps of 20
degrees. If you come at the 100°C, you must watch out for possible calmly cooked condens in
the oil. As soon as you reached the point of 110°C, you can to 180°C. far you warm.
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3.8 Cleaning of the bed.
- There is no doubt that the life of all ironer clothing depends largely on the condition of the
beds. A clean smooth bed increases the life of any clothing and improves the quality of the
ironed linen.
A typical ironing problem like creasing on the leading edge is almost always due to a dirty
bed. Though not always visible residuals and salts will build up on the bed surface.
- Before cleaning the bed the causes of the deposit should be located. These are usually to be
found in the washing process :
- too hard water (lime deposit)
- PH value higher or lower than the ideal 6.5
- too high rest moisture (too much water to evaporate)
- bad rinsing (soap residuals).
- Cleaning of the bed :
1. When there is only build-up at the bed inlet, it can be removed by hand and with ScotchBrite (only when bed is cold).
2. When there is build-up on the whole bed:
- Drop the bed.
- Let the machine cool down ( 100°C).
- Open the scrapers.
- Wrap a cloth around the roll which will protect the padding against dust.
- Wind strips of Scotch-Brite around the rollers in wide lanes.
- Lower hydraulic pressure to 15 Bar.
- Push the slightly heated ( 100°C) bed against the roll and turn the roll for 2 to 3
hours.
- Keep watching to make sure the Scotch-Brite does not get loose.
- Remove all dust, then the Scotch-Brite and the cloth.
- Restore the original hydraulic pressure.
- Heat the bed and pass a wax cloth to grease the bed.
* Wax should be applied regularly but then sparingly (not too much) so as not to clog up the
suction clothing. Always use the cloth and never apply wax between roll and bed. It may
cause spots in the ironed items as then the padding takes the wax.
Attention: On oil heated ironers (temperatures higher than 185° C)
too much wax constitues a fire hazard.
- For long time storage (seasonal work) prepare machine as follows :
- let the padding dry out
- Pass a wax cloth with much wax to prevent rusting
.
- keep carrying out the annual maintenance (oil change, greasing...).
Before starting the ironer again : clean the bed!
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3.9 Roll padding replacement.
If the ironing machine is delivering reduced output and poorer ironing quality after a period of
time (1 year), this means the padding is worn.
The old padding is easily removed using a reversing switch located in the electrical
connection box.
- First clean the bed. ( See cleaning of the bed).
- Open the bed. ( machine at rest)
- Disassemble the covers.
- Cut or detach the cords on the side of the padding.
- Turn the scrapers away of the padding as shown in the drawing.
- Let the roll turn backwards (with the switch) and take the padding so it rolls of the roll. Note
that the scrapers don’t falter in the padding, and that the padding doesn’t damages the
feedingplate.
- Check dimensions of the new delivered padding. ( length, width)
Mod.300
1800
Padding
Ø Length (mm)
1900
Ø Length (mm)
1900
- Put a knot in the rope at both sides, so the rope can’t get out of the padding.
Knot in the rope ( 1 knot)
- Set the temperature at min. 120°C.
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Glue ( type Vitabond VB100)
Spray glue over the
entire length with a
width of 10cm.
± 10cm
- Put the padding straight on the roll + push the padding against the roll. Place the padding on
the roll with the ropes at the bottom.
- Lower speed ( potentiometer) , then let the roll turn with the switch in the power box
( clockwise) (Counterclockwise for Muraal).
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- While turning, make sure the padding is tensionned.
- When the padding enters the bed, stop the roll.( position switch “0” ). Close the bed (
working pressure max. 15Bar!) and let the roll turn. You can do this by pushing the start
button. Check that nothing rolls bad or keeps faltering. If you want to stop the roll, push the
fingerscreen or the footpedal. ( option)
- Make sure the ropes are not on the padding when the roll turns.
- Press the sides with a stump object. That prevents that something should halter / hang.
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- When the padding is completely on the roll ( 2 turns), increase working pressure and let the
roll turn for 15min. at a temperature of min.120°C and a higher speed.
Let the roll turn when the padding is too short ( max. 1 hour) If the padding is too long, stop
the roll and cut the padding. ( Cut when 3rd turn begins.) You can feel where the padding is
laying double. It is recommended to check the length of the padding after 1or 2 weeks and if
necessary cut the padding.
The padding is too
long. ( cut)
Ideal length.
The padding is too short. ( Turn the roll
longer or change the padding.)
- Brush the padding ( positioning of the padding by turning the roll with the switch). Make
sure the bed is open. The brushing happens best with a steelbrush or a drill with a radial
steelbrush. Put something under the padding, like a wooden plank. So you can’t damage other
things.
Wooden plank
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- Then use the steelbrush to create a smooth transition.
- Turn the roll.
- Stop the roll, and make 3 knots in the ropes at the sides of the padding. ( Tighten the knot as
hard as possible.)
Take the ropes.
Make 3 knots in it.
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Cut the ends.
Push het ends and the knots back
with a stump object.
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- Let the roll turn and place the scrapers back in the correct position.
Too much pressure.
Too little pressure.
Good ( slight pressure)
- Mount the covers.
- If there are no comments, the padding is ready for use.
Never turn the roll whit pressure on the bed when the bed is cold!
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4.1 Electrical equipment
4.1.1 Roll drive.
Name
Discription
Type
Order No
M1
Rolldrive
0.12 kW/1500rpm
9 Upm/min
2LE.NV.1250
U4
Frequency
inverter
‘TE’
ATV11HU05M2
0.18 kW
E ML T402
R2
Speed potentiometer ‘TE’ SZ1RV1202
2k2
Picture
E ML T114
4.1.2 Lift bed (Excentriek)
Name
Discription
Type
Order No
M3
Motor
0.12 kW/1500rpm
9 Upm/min
2LE.NV.1250
C2
Contactor
‘TE’ LC1 D09
2LE C 0110
E2
Thermal overload
LRD 04
E RL R004
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Bearing
Bearing ‘SKF’
S6204 (4st)
T KU CA04
4.1.3 Roll suction drive.
Name
Discription
Type
Order No
M2
Rolldrive
34 W
2500upm
2LT YA 0970
R3
Relay
‘TE’ RXN 41 G11
B7
2 LE RK T010
Discription
Type
Order No
3 x 16 A
E Z1 3016
Picture
4.1.4 Fuses
Name
Picture
Main fuse
R-S-T
F1 - F2
Primairy fuse
2x2A
E Z1 3002
F3
Secundairy fuse
1x2A
E Z1 3002
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F4 - F5 - F6
Fuse to lift the bed.
3x2A
E Z1 3002
F7
Frequency inverter
1x2A
E Z1 3002
F8/F9/F10
Heating
3 x 12 A
E Z1 3012
4.1.5 Control panel.
Name
Discription
Type
Order No
S1 - S2
Emergency
ZB4 BS54 +
ZB4 BZ102
(= contact NC)
E.SD.Z215 +
E.SD.Z231
S3
Push button ‘start’
(green)
ZB4BW0B33
ZB4BW333
E SD Z227
S4
Push button ‘stop’
(red)
ZB4BW0B42
ZB4BW343
E SD Z224
U3
Temperature
regulation
Comeco RT 38
E.V3.1058
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Comeco
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Dixell
Dixell XT 110 C
E.V3.1051
Type
Order No
4.1.6 Other.
Name
Discription
A1
Main switch
VBF1
32A
2LE.SV.5038
VZ11
VZ14
N-pool
PE-pool
E SV 5042
E SV 5044
TR2
Transfo
‘Elliwell’
220V – 12V – 8V
2LE B0 0010
TR1
Transfo
‘TE’ ABL6TS06B
220V-400V/24V
100 VA
E.B0.0631
FDC2
Contact finger guard XCI ZP 2105
FDC4
Foot pedal
‘TE’ XCI ZP 2105
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E SA T010
E SA T010
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S2
Temperature
security
Jumbo 220°
E.V4.0120
DS2
Turn button for
padding
ZB4 BD3
ZB4 BZ102
ZBE 101
E SD Z205
E SD Z231
E SD Z210
B1
Temperature sensor
PT100 S/1 127
Dia. 6 EL= 50
E 03 0020
Name
Discription
Type
Order No
C5
Contactor
Solid state relais
R1
Capacitances
10 kW
E02 0610
Seal capacitances
O ring Viton inw
72x4
L.DO.0724
4.1.7 Heating
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4.2 Mechanical Equipment
4.2.1 Roll drive.
Name
Discription
Bearing GSH 20 RRB
T.KW.0040
Bearing body flange pft 40
T.KU.CA47
Sprocker ½” x 5/16” x 60 t
2LT.U4.8570
- Chain sprocket ½” x 5/16” x 15 t
T.U4.8571
- taperlock 2012 – dia 20
T.P8.2020
Chain tensionner ½”
T US 4803
Chain tensionner sprocket ½” x 5/16” x 15t
T US 0012
Chain ½” x 5/16
T W1 0050
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4.2.2 Roll.
Name
Discription
Order No
Springs
Springpress type Z vz 12mm L.1200m
2LT.H0.0013
Linnen scraper
Linnen scraper
S.RP.0002
Feeding belts
88 x 600 (18 st)
050.T.3000
Padding
Nomex 800 gr/m²
050.002.3018NF8
Part 5:
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APPENDIX
5.1 Installation plan
5.2 Electrical diagram
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5.1 Installation plan
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5.2 Electrical diagram
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