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Elektra Beckum SPA 2001 W Operating Instructions Manual Page 6

Elektra beckum dust extractor operating instructions.

   
SPA-Elektra.book Seite 10 Donnerstag, 10. April 2003 3:51 15
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used as a vacuum cleaner for vacuuming
deposited wood dust or chips, and
corresponds to applicable regulations, even
for oak and beech wood dust.
Here, the minimum volume flow is also
monitored at the pressure gauge. For a
cleaning nozzle with a connector diameter of
100 mm, the filter must be dedusted if the
pointer on the pressure gauge is in the red
area of the 100 mm extractor connection
piece diameter being used.
9 Dedusting the filter
If the pointer of the pressure gauge is in the
red area, the filter must be cleaned.
Clean the machine after it has been used, the
filter should be dedusted a minimum of once
a day!
1) Switch off the wood-processing machine
2) Switch off the dust extractor at the on/off
switch (6)
3) Wait until the rotor on the ventilator
comes to a halt (otherwise cleaning will
be inadequate).
4) Actuate the cleaning lever (3) on the filter
housing several times.
If the pointer on the pressure gauge is still in
the red area after cleaning and start-up:
1) Check whether the maximum filling
capacity in the container (8) has been
reached (top edge of the top viewing
window (9)). If necessary, empty the
container (see Section 11).
2) Check whether the extraction hose is
blocked. (See Section 13).
3) Is the suction hose being used too long?
If necessary, reduce the suction hose to a
standard 2.5 m.
4) To avoid kinks and constrictions, do not
lay the suction hose around sharp
corners.
5) If the pointer is still in the red area, the
filter bag must be replaced (see Section
11).
10 Disposing of collected dust
Wear a dust mask (filter mask with
class 2 particle filter). Avoid
covering third parties with dust.
Dust must be only disposed of in
authorised locations (disposal as per local
regulations).
When the dust bag reaches the maximum
filling level in the container (level with the top
edge of the top viewing window) remove and
replace it with a new one.
Removing the full dust bag:
1) Secure the lockable machine roller.
2) Fold down both latches (1) simultane-
ously: The container is lowered.
3) Roll the container forwards.
4) Carefully close the dust bag.
5) Lift the dust bag from the container or tip
the container upside down and place it on
the ground - the dust bag can be removed
more easily using the second method.
6) Stand the container the correct way up
Inserting a new dust bag:
1) Insert new dust bag in the container
(make sure that the dust bag rests as
flush against the container wall as
possible) and fold approx. 6-10 cm over
the edge of the container minimising
creases while doing so.
2) The dust bag should rest flush in the area
around the viewing window so that the
filling level can be seen clearly.
3) Roll the container under the dust
extractor.
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4) Close both latches (1) : The container is
raised and forms a tight seal with the dust
extractor.
11 Replacing the bag filter
After longer operating periods, the filter bag
slowly becomes clogged with fine dust
embedded deep in its pores. The cleaning
device can no longer remove this trapped
dust. In this case, the filter bag must be
replaced. Replacement filter, see Section 13.
The person replacing the bag must
wear a dust mask (filter mask with
class 2 particle filter) and
appropriate eye protection. Avoid
covering third parties with dust.
1) Pull out the mains plug
2) Secure the lockable machine roller.
3) Clean the filter thoroughly once more by
actuating the hand lever (3).
4) Fold down both latches (1) simultane-
ously: The container is lowered.
5) Roll the container forwards.
6) One recommendation here is to carefully
lay the dust extractor on its back in order
to reach the components more easily. If
the dust extractor is not laid on its back, a
ladder will be required.
7) On the inside of the filter housing (d):
Unscrew the 5 hexagon nuts (g) (WAF
10) and remove the wiper arm (f) from the
vibration rod (h).
8) Replace worn wiper elements (e).
9) Loosen the screw (j) (Torx 20) and
remove together with the washer (i).
10) Remove vibration rod (h).
11) Unscrew star handle (a) on filter cover.
Remove filter cover (b).
e
f
g
h
12) Use a sharp knife to cut though the silicon
seal between the filter bag cover (c) and
the filter housing (d). Pull the filter bag
upwards and remove, place in a dust bag,
order no. 0913059433, close the dust bag
and dispose of in accordance with local
regulations.
13) Insert a new filter bag (c) - make sure the
vibration rod is in the correct position.
14) Apply new silicon sealing agent and leave
to harden/bond (min. 6 hours) - do not
switch on or move.
15) Assemble in reverse order.
12 Rectifying faults
Pointer on the pressure gauge is in the red
area: see Sections "10 Dedusting the filter",
"9 Monitoring the minimum volume flow rate"
If during operation the volumetric flow of the
dust extractor is considerably reduced or
stops altogether, the intake hose is probably
blocked.
Wear a dust mask (filter mask with
class 2 particle filter). To remove
the blockage, disconnect the hose
and take it outside or to a room with
extraction facilities. Hold the hose vertically or
hang it up. Beat the outside of the hose lightly
to loosen the dust clogged in the hose. This
activity must be carried out without harming
uninvolved third parties.
The dust extractor is fitted with an overload
protector that switches the dust extractor off
to prevent damage. Pinpoint and rectify the
cause. Then press the button (5) to return the
overload protector to its normal position.
The machine may experience temporary
reductions in voltage if mains power
conditions are unfavourable.
If the impedance at the connection point to
the public mains power supply is greater than
0.2 ohms, other measures may be required
before the machine can operate correctly at
this connection point.
If necessary, consult the local energy supply
company regarding impedance.
13 Spare parts and accessories
a
Filter bag set with fitted filter plate (as a
replacement)
b
Dust bags (pack of 10)
c
Suction hose (as a replacement), flame-
retardant, dia. 100 mm, 2.5 m in accordance
with Regulation ZH 1/139
Universal adapter
Cleaning nozzle
d
Transfer ring
14 Maintenance
Regular maintenance consists of three
inspections:
The following inspections should be
carried out on a daily basis:
Visual inspection to determine whether
− the machine or components thereof are
damaged.
− Suction performance check.
i
j
The following maintenance should be
carried out on a monthly basis:
Visual inspection to determine whether
− the machine or components thereof are
damaged.
− there are any leaks.
− the minimum volumetric control (pressure
gauge) is functioning correctly.
− Suction performance check.
The following general inspections should
be carried out on an annual basis:
Visual inspection to determine whether
− the filter is OK (dust indicator).
− the machine or components thereof are
damaged.
Order no. 0913059441
Order no. 0913059433
Order no. 1013690533
Order no. 0913031288
Order no. 0913031270
Order no. 0913031300

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