Receiving, Inspection And Handling; Receiving And Unpacking; Acceptance Inspection; Handling And Moving - Toshiba HCV-6KALU Instruction Manual

Vacuum contactor
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RECEIVING AND UNPACKING

The contactor units are subjected to factory
production testing prior to being packed and
shipped.

ACCEPTANCE INSPECTION

Confirm that the contactor is complete, correct
as specified and undamaged from shipment and
handling.
Upon receipt of the equipment, do the following:
1. Make an immediate inspection for damage
that might have occurred during shipment. If
damage is discovered, it should be noted
with the carrier prior to accepting the
shipment, if possible.
2. Carefully unpack the equipment sufficiently
to check for missing parts or concealed
damage.
3. Check for the presence of accessories that
are shipped with the contactor:
Contactor wear gauge (Figure 2).
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4. Keep the contactor upright.
Never lay the contactor on
CAUTION
its side or upside down.
This may cause damage.
File a claim with the carrier for any damaged or
missing items and immediately notify the nearest
Toshiba representative.
Do not install or energize
WARNING
equipment that has been
damaged. Damaged
equipment can fail during
operation, resulting in fire
and explosion.
Phone: 800.894.0412 - Fax: 888.723.4773 - Web: www.clrwtr.com - Email: info@clrwtr.com
RECEIVING, INSPECTION, AND HANDLING

HANDLING AND MOVING

Care and caution should be used when handling
the contactor to avoid damage to the equipment
and personal injury. Always keep the equipment
in a generally upright position.
Figure 2 - Location of the Wear Gauge

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