071015_L1133_FLUCOM-OIL SISTEM_MAN_GB_R12

071015_L1133_FLUCOM-OIL SISTEM_MAN_GB_R12
L1133
Costruttore WERTHER INTERNATIONAL S.p.A.
Constructeur via F.Brunelleschi, 12
Manufacturer42040 Cadè (RE) - Italy
Hersteller
Telefono ++/+522/9431 (r.a.)
Constructor Fax ++/+522/941997
Fabrikant
E-Mail [email protected]
Rev.12 ...................................15/10/2007
Centro di Assistenza Autorizzato
Centre d’Assistance Autorisé
Authorized Service Centre
Kundendienstcenter
Centro de Asistencia Autorisado
Geautoriseerde dealer
INDEX
0
FOREWORD .......................................................................................3
0.1.
HOW TO READ AND UTILIZE THIS MANUAL ................................................... 3
0.2.
IMPORTANCE OF THE MANUAL........................................................................ 3
0.3.
CONSERVATION OF THE MANUAL................................................................... 3
0.4.
CONSULTING THE MANUAL.............................................................................. 3
0.5.
UPDATING THE MANUAL................................................................................... 4
0.6.
REQUESTING A NEW MANUAL ......................................................................... 4
1
GENERAL REMARKS........................................................................5
1.1.
CHARACTERISTICS ............................................................................................ 5
1.2.
LIMITATIONS ON USE......................................................................................... 5
1.3.
IDENTIFICATION DATA....................................................................................... 6
1.4.
SERVICE .............................................................................................................. 6
2
INSTALLATION ..................................................................................7
2.1.
TRANSPORTATION OF PLAY DETECTOR........................................................ 8
2.2.
INSPECTION OF COMPONENTS........................................................................ 8
2.3.
INSTALLING THE PLAY DETECTOR ................................................................ 9
2.4.
CONNECTION TO POWER MAINS ..................................................................... 9
2.5.
TAKING THE MACHINE OUT OF SERVICE ....................................................... 9
3
DESCRIPTION OF THE PLAY DETECTOR.......................................10
3.1.
BEFORE STARTING OPERATION WITH THE PLAY DETECTOR ....................10
3.2.
OPERATION......................................................................................................... 10
4
SAFETY DEVICES..............................................................................12
4.1.
PRECAUTIONS .................................................................................................... 12
4.2.
SAFETY DEVICE.................................................................................................. 13
4.3.
TROUBLE SHOOTING TABLE............................................................................ 13
5
MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................14
5.1.
CONTROLS AND CALIBRATION........................................................................ 14
6
ANNEXES – PARTS LIST ..................................................................15
2
0 FOREWORD
0.1.
HOW TO READ AND USE THIS MANUAL
This Manual is the official document that provides the necessary instructions for use and maintenance of the Machine to which it refers.
The information contained in the Manual should be considered as truthful and in this connection
the Manufacturer may not be held responsible for damage to property or persons due to any
use of the Machine other than as indicated in this document.
0.2.
IMPORTANCE OF THE MANUAL
This Manual must be considered as integral part of the Play Detector.
The Manual should be kept for the entire useful life of the Play Detector.
The Manual should accompany the Play Detector if sold or transferred. In this case the seller should inform the Manufacturer of the transfer by letter or fax.
In addition to all useful information for operators, the Manual contains in specific chapters all
wiring, pneumatic and hydraulic diagrams, for any kind of control, maintenance and repair operations.
0.3.
CONSERVATION OF THE MANUAL
The Manual should be kept in a safe place protected from humidity and excessive heat.
Consult the Manual in such a way as not to damage all or part of its contents.
Do not tear pages out of the Manual.
0.4.
CONSULTING THE MANUAL
The Manual has been drawn up according to the indications in Machine Directive 98/37/CE
It is basically composed of:
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
The cover page with identification
Index of chapters
Alphabetical index by subjects
Instructions for use of Play Detector.
Drawings of single and assembled parts.
Tables of Spare Parts
Enclosures
A - Cover page
The cover in stiff colored cardboard identifies the Play Detector that this Manual refers to.
The cover contains:
The Manufacturer’s Logo
The type of Play Detector
Identification code
Date of Edition
Version of Play Detector.
B - Index of Chapters
The Index of Chapters lists the topics covered by the Manual.
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C - Index
The Index details the Chapters extending the research of subtitles topic by topic.
D - Instructions for use of Play Detector
This part of the Manual provides a detailed description of how the Play Detector functions, the
operations to perform to use it properly, instructions for installation, safety recommendations,
procedures for intervention of the operator.
E - Drawings of single and assembled parts
This part contains the main construction drawings and assembled drawings relative to the various parts of the Play Detector.
F - Tables of Spare Parts
These Tables, that refer to the drawings provided in the previous chapter, identify the parts of
the relative sections indicating the number installed and the recommended number of spare
parts for replacement.
G - Enclosures
This part contains all the technical documents relative to the parts purchased from suppliers and
used by the Manufacturer in the construction of the Play Detector. References in the text of the
Manual will facilitate their consultation.
0.5.
UPDATING THE MANUAL
In case of substantial modifications to the Play Detector, the Manufacturer will provide the Customer with a new version of the Manual in which all the modifications to the Machine will be included.
The previous version will then be withdrawn by the Manufacturer in order to ensure the proper
congruence between the Play Detector and the Manual.
0.6.
REQUESTING A NEW MANUAL
If this Manual should be lost or damaged, the client can request a copy from the Manufacturer.
Please fax the request with identification data of Play Detector shown on the plate applied to its
structure. This will incur an administration charge.
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1 GENERAL REMARKS
Simple and affordable construction as well as easy use and maintenance are the key element
which feature Play Detector and distinguish from other on the market.
These qualities, the result of accurate calculation and engineering, and the use of the most reliable components, make these machines the best that engineering and advanced technology
can offer today in this sector.
1.1.
CHARACTERISTICS
Max Capacity on each plate
Kg.
1300
Max. stroke platform DX (RIGHT)
mm
± 40
Max. angle platform SX (LEFT)
°
± 10
Max Thrust for each plate
Kg.
800
Minimum inner distance
(to be respected according type of lift)
mm
890
Maximum outer distance
(to be respected according type of lift)
mm
2020
Weight
Kg.
90
Power supply
V.
230 ±10% / 50 Hz ± 2% and
V.
24 ±10% / 50 Hz ± 2%
Power
Kw.
3
Maximum oil pressure
Kg/cm
Nominal Motors Absorption
A.
8,7
Working temperature
°c
-10 - 55
2
Humidity
30 - 95%(without condensation)
Noise
1.2.
185
dB (A)
Leq (A) < 75
LIMITATIONS ON USE
The Play Detector cannot be used for vehicles whose inner dimension of wheel track is les than
890 mm, and outer dimension of wheel track greater than 1800 mm
The Play Detector should be used in environments free of explosion hazards.
The Play Detector must be housed in an environment having the following characteristics:
·
·
Temperature between -10 and 55 °C
Humidity between 30 and 95 % without condensation
This Play Detector have been designed and constructed for being used exclusively with vehicle
lift manufactured by the company.
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PLAY DETECTOR DIMENSIONS
SX
LEFT
1.3.
DX
RIGHT
IDENTIFICATION DATA
The identification data for the Play Detector are displayed on an aluminum plate fastened in a
readily visible place on the Machine.
The figure shows the identification plate.
See the nameplate position in
the following drawing
SX
LEFT
1.4.
SERVICE
The Play Detector to which this manual refers is guaranteed by the Manufacturer for a period of
12 months from the date of installation.
Service is guaranteed by the Manufacturer (or local distributor, if any).
Call +39-522-9431 (r.a.).
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2 INSTALLATION
For safe installation of the Play Detector, avoiding risks to third parties as well as to the personnel performing the work, we recommend to follow instruction below:
Verify the max pressure of the main hydraulic unit do not exceed 185 bar.
Verify that main supply line could deliver 230V - 50Hz - 1Ph, or 400V - 50Hz - 3Ph.
Verify that inside the main control unit could deliver a voltage of 24V 50Hz.
Verify that simple platform (without lifting cilinder) is framed type (fixed with screws to crossmember)
In order to fix both platforms of play detector to main lifting platforms verfy that the following
holes are provided in the base surface of each platform’s recess:
SX
LEFT
DX
RIGHT
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2.1.
TRANSPORTATION OF PLAY DETECTOR
All operations of hoisting and unloading the Play Detector must be carried out in full respect of
the regulations in effect,
The figures illustrate the method recommended by the Manufacturer for loading and unloading
the Play Detectors in case of delivery without the lift:
In case of delivery with of 4 post lift the a.m. method is not necessary because the play detector is mounted on lift's platforms.
2.2.
INSPECTION OF COMPONENTS
On receipt of the shipment, it is very important to inspect the material received.
Particular attention should be given to:
Documents vs. Goods
: no. of packages
Weight and dimensions
Physical state of goods
:Condition of packages
Absence of damage
The goods should be inspected with the maximum care in the presence of the carrier because,
in spite of the extreme care used by the Manufacturer in the selection of packing materials, there is always the possibility of damage occurring during shipment.
In this connection we point out that the goods are shipped at the buyer’s risk, therefore
WERTHER is not responsible for damage during transport.
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2.3.
INSTALLING THE PLAY DETECTOR
After inspecting the shipment, the play detector can be moved plate by plate by handles, using 2
persons in order to reduce the weight lifted for each of them.
Place platform DX (RIGHT) with only lateral movement on the right side of the vehicle. Verify
the efficiency of microswitch (push the lever with roll and hear the click of micro acted).
Place platform SX (LEFT) with steering movement on the left side of the vehicle. Verify the efficiency of microswitch (push the lever with roll and hear the click of micro acted).
Place the control box with handlamp and selector + movement pushbuttons near to the main
control box of the lifter to prepare to connect to the main central unit.
Take out the hydraulic rubber hoses and electric cables in order to prepare the connection with
electro-valves (either to magnets and to the electro-valve bodies)
Pass rubber hoses from the main central unit where the first flow direction electro-valve is mounted. The supply rubber hose must reach the electro-valve block, as well as the returning rubber hose (or rilsan hose) must be connected to the returning hose of the main lifting unit Make
sure all nipless are securely fastened with copper washers.
I CAUTION TAKE CARE OF ELECTRIC CABLES
The personnel assigned to perform these operations should make sure
no extraneous persons are standing in the way of movement.
2.4.
CONNECTION TO POWER MAINS
Connect the main control box of Play Detector near to the main control panel
of the lift where the Play Detector is to be mounted.
From lift main control panel must be provided either a 24 VAC – 50 Hz supply (max absorption
around 70 VA) , and a 230 VAC – 50 Hz supply fort the handlamp.
Connect ends of microswitches FCDX and FCSX to the right connectors inside the control box.
Usually color correspond into color.
Pass cables for electro-valve magnets to reach the position of electro-valve block under the
platform designed to house it.
It is up to the user to ascertain that the power mains comply with international and local
safety standards. The Manufacturer is not responsible for damage due to “Non-Conformity” of the electrical system. The manufacturer will not be liable for any malfunctioning caused by disturbance from other equipment.
It is essential to make the “EARTH CONNECTION”, using a 0,03A differential switch, and
checking its correct functioning (W) by means of an appropriate measuring device.
2.5.
TAKING THE MACHINE OUT OF SERVICE
In order to facilitate disposal of the different play detector components, they should be sorted
into categories. Consider the units to be special waste that must be disposed of by specialized
companies in compliance with current regulations.
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3 DESCRIPTION OF THE PLAY DETECTOR
3.1.
BEFORE STARTING OPERATION WITH THE PLAY DETECTOR
Verify the right direction of rubber hoses to cylinders in each platform DX (RIGHT) and SX
(LEFT).
Use a male-male ¼” nipple to connect both sides of rubber hoses either in platform DX (RIGHT)
and SX (LEFT). As for particular configuration of cylinders this operation looks like to load oil
into the complete circuit enabling a first air circuit bleeding. Test the direction of movement
using the headlight lamp.
Push one button firmly for 5-10 seconds, then release it up to the motor stop. Push the other
button for 5-10 seconds, then release it up to the motor stop. Repeat the operation for 2-3 times
so the circuit is completely loaded and bleed from air. Repeat the operation also by switching
the handlamp selector from DX (RIGHT) to SX (LEFT).
Open the male-male ¼” nipple and fix both ends of rubber hoses to each of hydraulic cylinder in
platform DX (RIGHT). Repeat the operation in hydraulic cylinder platform SX (LEFT).
Make sure the connection of each platform DX (RIGHT) and SX (LEFT) to the main lifter platform are well tightened, as well as connection of both main lifter platforms to both crossmembers.
You are now ready to operate with the play detector.
3.2
OPERATION
Make sure that nobody is on board the vehicle to be lifted. No bystanders are accepted nearby
or under the operation area of play detectors and lifter.
Make sure that no tools or parts are placed on both sliding plates of play detector.
Make sure that lift is placed in a locked position in each column, to ensure not to work on stressed lifting cables
In case of error message and block on the control unit, check with care to ascertain the causes
of the interruption and remove them before starting the control unit again. Contact the personnel
responsible for the Play Detector, ifnecessary.
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On the handlamp you can find 2 pushbuttons and a selector.
Each of the pushbuttons are able to provide either one movement in one direction by pushing
and the opposite movement by releasing.
The other pushbutton is able to provide with reverse movement.
These pushbuttons act on solenoid C13 and C14 (see electric scheme annexed)
Selector CTP is able to provide DX (RIGHT) or SX (LEFT) selection.
The selector acts on solenoids C11 and C12 (see electric scheme annexed).
By standing under a lifted vehicle switch on the lamp by using one pushbutton.
Press a mouvement button, the platform will move to the end stroke, then release.
The platform will slide back to its centered position automatically.
Then push the other pushbutton firmly, the platform moves in the oppisite direction,then release.
The platform will slide back to its centered position automatically.
By selecting the other platform with the selector on the handlamp you prepare the other examinations.
Repeat previous operation to act on other platform.
The sliding platform which test the steering clearances consists of one fixed platform and one
sliding platform.
The sliding platform is performing a tyre reaction similar to those of a steering movement, without using the steering wheel in the vehicle cabin.
The sequence of operation shall be in accordance with the current issue of:
THE MOT INSPECTION MANUAL Car and Light Commercial vehicle Testing
Do not climb on or off the raised vehicle without using appropriate ladders.
Do not perform tests on the motor or do anything else that could apply traction to the wheels.
Do not load the vehicle with tools or parts that could increase its weight beyond the capacity of
the Play Detector
SELECTOR
SX LEFT
DX RIGHT
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4 SAFETY DEVICES
The Play Detector has been manufactured in compliance with the provisions issued by “Machine
Directive 98/37/CE” and all the following harmonized standards
4.1.
PRECAUTIONS
For the safety of the Play Detector and that of the operator using it, the following general rules
are provided for correct operation:
· The Play Detector should be under the control of authorized personnel only.
It is important to remember that mobile elements of the Machine are potentially dangerous for
possible crushing, pinching and shearing of human body, such as hands, arms, feet, legs, head,
either for operators as well as for anyone nearby the machine.
The danger of crush injuries particularly concerns:
A. Persons working under the elevated vehicle, therefore it is required that the operator at the
Control Panel have complete visibility of the zone.
The speed of descent of the lift is, slow as compared to the reaction time of an operator, so that
he has time to remove the limb without injury.
B. Hands and fingers of operator which is performing the test.
· Make sure the load to be hoisted does not exceed the maximum nominal capacity of the play detector.
· Before hoisting the load, make sure the turning wheels of the vehicle are straight, if the case occurs.
Locate the left wheel of the vehicle into the V recess of steering plate SX (LEFT)
· The work area should be free of unauthorized personnel.
Do not apply external forces on the raised vehicle (Traction, lifting, etc.)
Check the stability of the vehicle in the raised position before any kind of operation.
4.2.
SAFETY DEVICE
The Play Detector has been designed to function with ample safety margins thanks to the devices provided by the Manufacturer.
Never disconnect the safety devices for any reason. Otherwise the Manufacturer will not be responsible for any damage to property or persons
caused by similar negligence.
The main devices provided are the following:
· Fixed flow limiter (to limit max cylinder speed).
· Mechanical stops at the end of each plate stroke.
· Hydraulic cylinders with overload valve.
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4.3.
TROUBLE SHOOTING TABLE
SYMPTOM
CAUSE
REMEDY
Plate DX (RIGHT) or SX
(LEFT) do not return to centered position, but remains at
one end of the stroke.
Fault in either microswitch
FCDX or FCSX.
The microswitch could be
broken in some inner contacs (it has 2 contact NC).
Position of microswitch is
missed.
Open both plates as described in chapter 5. and verify
tightening of microswitch onto
main play detector body.
Verify whether the position
of sliders acting on the microswitch is in the correct
position, or adjust it.
Fault in the solenoid C13 or
C14.
Platforms are sliding very
slowly, even without load.
Dirty part into the orifice at
the returning hoses from aluminium solenoid block.
One platform is working regularly, the other doesn’t work
at all.
Problem in the handlamp selector. It doesn’t switch on
C11 and C12
Both plate work in one direction only.
One pushbutton is broken or
contacts are failing.
Check connection on board
of solenoid valves C13 and
C14, or into the main connector of handlamp.
Unscrew nipple ¼” from delivery hose from aluminuim
block (made in RILSAN plastic). There is inside a small
black screw M8 with an hexagonal female key, which
has an orifice diameter 0,8
mm. Check whether this orifice is free or has some dirty
part which create obstacle
to oil flow.
Check whether with selector
on handlamp you hear the
“tic” which signals the
on-switching of both C11
and C12. Check connection
on board of solenoid valves,
or into the main connector of
handlamp.
Open the handlamp and verify the pushbutton and its
contacts.
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5
MAINTENANCE
Thanks to the simplicity of construction and operation of Play Detector, it requires very little maintenance.
It should be sufficient to follow the few simple rules in this chapter to ensure reliable performance in time.
The play detector could have dirty parts even above or under the sliding platforms.
For this reason it is required to clean and inspect the surface under sliding plate every 6 months.
1) Unscrew the 4 screw under each main lifting platform which fix the play detector to them.
2) Unscrew the 4 screw on sliding rollers inside transversal guides. Rollers are now free to be
removed as well as the sliding plate.
3) Remove the sliding plate and clean the surface, taking care of support face of plastic pads which
work on the sliding plate. Remove any dust or other parts which could scratch the plastic pad.
4) Clean the rollers sliding into transversal guides, removing any old grease or dust on it.
5) Grease the dismounted part as little as you can (grease is able to capture dust or other hard
parts which could damage plastic pads and rollers.
6) Mount again the sliding plate into provided position, mount the sliding plastic rollers, and fix
with 4 screws and washer. Then put the plate into the main plate recess and tighten the last 4
screw from underneath the main lifting platform.
Check that other electrical and mechanical parts are in good condition, clean and suitably greased. Check that the paint is in good condition and that there is no rust.
ICAUTION !
WHILE DISPOSING USED OILS AND LUBRICANTS REFER TO THE
LOCAL RUNNING REGULATION.
5.1.
CONTROLS AND CALIBRATION
The following checks must be made periodically during the maintenance:
check the solenoid connectors whether correctly fixed on the main body of them solenoids.
Check all hydraulic connections.
Verify if the centered position of each sliding plate DX (RIGHT) and SX (LEFT) is maintained
with both pushbuttons.
Check that all internal electric connections are secured correctly.
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6 ANNEXES – PARTS LIST
WIRING DIAGRAMS AND HYDRAULIC
15
HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
C
Microswitches
FCSX
Microswitches
C11
Solenoid valve
C12
Solenoid valve
C13
Solenoid valve
C13
Solenoid valve
C11
B
A
P
FCDX
T
C14
D
C12
16
C13
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Part Code
Sugg. Description
A0328
“L” MALE CONNECTION G1/4" Ø8
A0346
WASHER 12 X 24 UNI 6592
A1420
SCREW 6X12 8.8 UNI 5739
B0216
SCREW TE M8X12 UNI 5739
B0386
SCREW M8X40 UNI 5739
B3081
1/4" NIPPLES
B3873XX
LEFT SHEET PLAYDETECTOR
B3874XX
RIGHT SHEET PLAYDETECTOR
B3875
LEFT FLOWING PLATE
B3876
RIGHT UPPER COVER
B3878
*
WASHER SLIDING
B3899
*
COMPLETE ELECTRO-VALVE
B3900
*
COMPLETE ELECTRO-VALVE
B3912
CYLINDER
B3913
*
CYLINDER GASKET KIT
B3914
*
COMPLETE MANIFOLD
B3921
*
COMPLETE HANDLAMP
B3924
WASHER Ø12X36 UNI 6592
B3925
*
MICROSWITCH TYPE PIZZATO FR 1115-1
B3926
*
PRIMARY HOSE
B3927
*
A HOSE
B3928
*
B HOSE
B3929
*
D HOSE
B3931
LEFT UPPER FLOWING COVER
B3932
HOSE CASING
B3933
*
SLIDE PAD
B3934
MICROSWITCH SUPPORT
B3935
MANIFOLD SUPPORT
B3937
*
SOLENOID VALVE COIL
B3940
*
ELECTIC CABLES KIT
B3966
PROFILE
B3972
LEFT UPPER FIXED COVER
B3973
LEFT FIXED PLATE
B3974
WASHER
B3978
COMPLETE RIGHT PLAY DETECTOR PLATE
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B3979
COMPLETE LEFT PLAY DETECTOR PLATE
B3984
*
SCREW M8X8 UNI 5923 WITH HOLE Ø0,8
B4052
*
OIL FILTER
B4065
*
ELECTRIC CABLE
B4066XX
B4077
HANDLAMP COUPLER
*
GRASS WITH LEDS
B4078
LAMP BOARD
B5034
SCREW M8X12 UNI 5933
B5047
GASKET WITH 1/4" SEAL
B5088
NUT M8 UNI 7474
B5112
CONNECTOR BLOCK
B5122
TERMINAL BOARD
B5488
DOUBLE COLLAR BODY 1/4
B5651
*
B5849
RECOVERY PIPE
QUICK “Y” CONNECTION M1/4"-Ø8 S6450
B5956
*
VALVE V3DS-2P
B5957
*
VALVE V3DS-3P
C0098
SCREW M8X20 UNI 5739
C0100
WASHER Ø8,4X17 UNI 6592
C0617
WASHER Ø6,4X12,5 UNI 6592
R0153
SCREW M8X25 UNI 5739
R0311
SCREW 5X30 UNI 5931
R2334
SCREW M6X8 UNI 5931
R2499
SCREW M12X20 UNI 5739
R3034
“L” CONNECTION M/M 1/4"
Z_RICAMBI
* = RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS
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Dichiarazione di conformità - Declaration of Conformity
Konformitätserklärung - Déclaration de conformité
Declaración de conformidad - Overensstemmelseserklæring
Samsverserklæring - Överensstämmande intyg
EG-Conformiteitsverklaring
WERTHER INTERNATIONAL S.p.A.
Via F.Brunelleschi, 12 42040 CADE’ (Reggio Emilia) Italy
Tel.++/+522/9431 (r.a.) Fax ++/+522/941997
con la presente dichiariamo che
déclare par la presente que
hereby we declare that the
hiermit erklären wir,
por la presente declara,
Vi erklærer hermed,
Vi erklærer herved,
Vi förklarer härmed
verklaren hiermee,
L1133
I
è stato costruito in conformità alle normative 73/23 CEE - 89/336 CEE e 98/37/CE
F
a été construite en conformité avec les normes 73/23 CEE - 89/336 CEE et 98/37/CE
GB
was manufactured in conformity with the normes 73/23 CEE - 89/336 CEE and 98/37/CE
D
in Übereinstimmung mit den Richtlinien 73/23 CEE - 89/336 CEE und 98/37/CE
E
ha sido fabricado según las disposiciones 73/23 CEE - 89/336 CEE y 98/37/CE
DK
er fremstillet i overensstemmelse med bestemmelserne i 73/23 EØF - 89/336 EØF - 98/37/EØF
N
ble produsert i samsvar med direktivene 73/23 CEE - 89/336 CEE - 98/37/CE
S
är framställt i överensstämelse med bestämelser i RÅDETS DIREKTIV 73/23 EG - 89/336 EG - 98/37/EG
NL
waarop deze verklaring betrekking heeft, voldoet aan de voorschriften van richtlijn 73/23/EEG
en 89/336 EEG en 98/37 EEG en de daaropvolgende veranderingen en aanvullingen.
Cade', 26/07/2007
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