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Sinclair Super Stripper Operating Manual

Sinclair floor stripper operating manual.

 
Read before use and keep safe
1.0
Technical Data
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.0
Use
6.0
7.0
Troubleshooting
8.0
9.0
Schematic
10.0
SUPERĀ® STRIPPER
Operating Manual
Table of Contents
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Summary of Contents

  • Page 1

    SUPER® STRIPPER Operating Manual Read before use and keep safe Technical Data Safety Safety instructions Maintenance Information about various floorings Troubleshooting Spare Parts Schematic 10.0 Blade Selection Table of Contents Page 2 Page 2 Page 2 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 6 Page 7...

  • Page 2: Safety, Safety Instructions

    Hand/Arm-Vibration Weight Comes with: 2.0 Safety The Sinclair Super® Stripper is state of the art designed and meets all standard safety requirements. 3.0 Safety Instructions Disconnect the power supply before any maintenance is carried out. Use only recommended blades and make sure the blade is sharp before starting.

  • Page 3

    3.3 Restriction of use The Super® Stripper is exclusively for removing bonded floor covering in dry environments. It should not be used for any other purpose. Sinclair Equipment Company cannot be held responsible for any damage or loss caused by incorrect use.

  • Page 4: Maintenance

    4.0 Maintenance Super® Stripper is virtually maintenance free. The guide shaft castings require lubrication from time to time. (After approx. 1650 sq. feet). Initially the machine is fully’ lubricated and should not require any additional lubrication for the first 5000 square feet. The zirc fittings are located on each side (see diagram).

  • Page 5

    Changing the driving wheels Remove the lynch-pins and pull the wheels from the axle. Do not loose the wheel key under any circumstances. 5.0 Use The Super® Stripper removes bonded, flexible floor covering in strips. This procedure corresponds with the customary method of using a hand floor scraper. The stripper works with a steel blade at a very high frequency, minimizing vibration and noise.

  • Page 6: Information About Various Floorings

    6.0 Information about various floorings CV-floorings, PVC-floorings and carpets without foam backing Cut strips of approx. 30 cm (12 inch) width. If the flooring is bonded very tight, cut strips smaller. The machine should remove the flooring without slipping wheels. Carpets with foam backing A sharp blade is essential in order to ensure the floor covering is removed together with the foam backing.

  • Page 7: Spare Parts

    8.0 Spare Parts Pos # Pieces Super Stripper Description Chasis Piston Block Screw M 8x30 Cylindrical pin 8x40 Lubricating nipple Hood Screw M 10x70 Safety washer 10 mm Bushing 20x26x30 Blade holder Striking Foot Screw M 8x25 Countersink screw M 10x25...

  • Page 8

    Motor bracket Safety washer 8mm Elastic stop nut M8 Drive belt 187 L 100 Handle Bracket Handle Angle Brace Handle 88 Electrical short cord Cable Clip Square nut Cyl Screw 8x45 Power cord w/plug Belt pulley ZZ 24 - large Belt pulley ZZ 12 - small Locknut M 10 Green weight handle...

  • Page 10

    TURBO, EXTRO, SUPER, BRAVO, DURO & ECO STRIPPER...

  • Page 11: Blade Selection

    If you have any questions on blade selection or choice of machine, please do not hesitate to call Sinclair Equipment Company or your nearest distributor...

  • Page 12

    Not responsible for lost job or down time. In no event shall SINCLAIR be liable for any indirect, incidental, or consequential damages from the sale or use of the product. This disclaimer applies both during and after the term of this warranty.

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