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Operator´s manual
Please read the operator's manual carefully and make sure you
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Manual de instrucciones
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PP 345 E
Lea detenidamente el manual de instrucciones y asegúrese de
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  • Page 1 Please read the operator’s manual carefully and make sure you understand the instructions before using the machine. Manual de instrucciones PP 345 E Lea detenidamente el manual de instrucciones y asegúrese de entender su contenido antes de utilizar la máquina.
  • Page 2 Read all the operating instructions Read, understand and follow all Always use eye and ear protectors before using or carrying out service warnings and instructions in these when using the machine. operating instructions and on the procedures on the machine machine Il est important de lire, de Lisez le mode d’emploi dans...
  • Page 3 WARNING! Under no circumstances must the power unit or the machine be modified from the original version without the permission of the manufacturer. Unapproved modifications can result in serious personal injury or even death. WARNING! These machines can be dangerous if they are used carelessly or incorrectly, and this can lead to serious accidents and in the worst instance fatal accidents.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Safety instructions __________________________________________________________________ 6 Technical data ____________________________________________________________________ 1 What is what? _____________________________________________________________________ 16 Presentation ______________________________________________________________________ 17 Before starting ____________________________________________________________________ 2 Assemble the equipment ____________________________________________________________ 25 Start up procedure _________________________________________________________________ 29 After cutting ______________________________________________________________________  Maintenance ______________________________________________________________________ 5 Transport ________________________________________________________________________ 0 EC-declaraton of conformity __________________________________________________________ 1 Table des matières Consignes de sécurité...
  • Page 5: Safety Instructions

    During the design and manufacture of Husqvarna Construcxtion Products AB products great emphasis is placed on ensuring that they are not only effective and easy to use, but also safe. To ensure that the machine remains safe you must pay attention to the following: 1.
  • Page 6 18. Check that hoses are connected correctly to the tool and that the hydraulic couplings lock as intended before applying pressure to the hydraulic system. Couplings are locked by turning the outer sleeve on the female coupling so that the slot comes away from the ball. Pressure hoses in the system must always be connected to the tool’s intake.
  • Page 7 Lors de la construction et de la fabrication des produits Husqvarna Construcxtion Products AB , une grande attention a été portée à l’efficacité, à la maniabilité et à la sécurité. Certains points doivent par conséquent être observés en vue de préserver le haut degré...
  • Page 8 18. Contrôlez que les flexibles sont correctement raccordés à l’outil, et que les les raccords hydrauliques se verrouillent correctement avant de mettre le système hydraulique sous pression. Pour verrouiller les raccords, tournez le manchon de la prise femelle de manière à libérer la bille de la rainure de blocage. Les flexibles de pression du système doivent toujours être raccordés au flexible d’arrivée de la machine.
  • Page 9 Gefahrensituation beim Arbeiten mit der Maschine ausführlich darzustellen. Durch gesunden Menschenverstand können die meisten Unfälle verhindert werden. Bei der Konstruktion und Herstellung von Husqvarna Construcxtion Products AB Produkten liegt unser Hauptaugenmerk auf Effektivität, Benutzerfreundlichkeit und Sicherheit. Beachten Sie Folgendes, um einen sicheren Maschinenbetrieb zu gewährleisten: 1.
  • Page 10 18. Vergewissern Sie sich, dass die Schläuche korrekt an das Werkzeug angeschlossen sind und die Hydraulikkupplungen ordnungsgemäß verriegelt wurden, bevor das Hydrauliksystem unter Druck gesetzt wird. Um die Kupplungen zu verriegeln, drehen Sie die Außenhülse der Buchsenkupplung, wodurch sich die Nut von der Kugel entfernt. Die Druckschläuche des Systems sind stets an den Werkzeugeinlass anzuschließen.
  • Page 11 No obstante, el operador puede prevenir accidentes utilizando siempre el sentido común. En el diseño y fabricación de los productos Husqvarna Construcxtion Products AB se ha concedido una importancia primordial a que, además de ser eficaces y fáciles de manejar, también sean seguros. Para mantener la seguridad de la máquina hay que considerar varios factores: 1.
  • Page 12 18. Antes de presurizar el sistema hidráulico, comprobar que las mangueras estén correctamente conectadas en la herramienta y que los acoplamientos hidráulicos están fijados como es debido. Los acoplamientos se fijan girando el manguito exterior del acoplamiento hembra de forma que la ranura se aparte de la bola. Las mangueras de presión del sistema deben conectarse siempre en la entrada de la herramienta.
  • Page 13 Fig. 1 Technical data Specified hydraulic power output ______________ 19 kw (25.5 hp) Hydraulic oil flow___________________________ 55 l/min (1.5 US gal/min) Pressure, max ____________________________ 210 bar (2960 psi), adjustable Tank volume ______________________________ 10 l (2.7 US gal) Trolley feed _______________________________ hydraulic Blade feed _______________________________ hydraulic Mains supply______________________________ 2 A (16 A) Noise level acc.
  • Page 14 Fig. 2 Weight: Hydraulic power unit: _______________________ 110 kg (28 lbs) Poids : Groupe hydraulique ________________________ 110 kg (28 lbs) Gewicht: Hydraulikaggregat _________________________ 110 kg (28 lbs) Peso: Equipo hidráulico __________________________ 110 kg (28 lbs)
  • Page 15: What Is What

    Fig.  What is what? Power unit 7. Trolley feed valve 1. Master valve 8. Water valve 2. Decal 9. Blade feed valve 3. Main flow control valve 10. Master pressure gauge . Main pressure control valve 11. Feed pressure gauge 5.
  • Page 16: Presentation

    Fig.  Fig. 5 Presentation Power unit Master valve Decal The master valve (1) controls the speed of the saw motor. The decal (2) indicates the three positions of the master There are three positions. These three positions are marked valve.
  • Page 17 Fig. 6 Fig. 7 Main flow control valve Main pressure control valve This valve () is a pressure limiting valve for the main circuit The main pressure control valve () is a pressure limiting and should be screwed all the way in during cutting. If you valve for the main circuit and should be screwed all the way want to start the blade slowly (always when wire-cutting) in during cutting.
  • Page 18 Fig. 8 Fig. 9 Feed control valve Feed pressure control valve This valve (6) is set at the factory and must not be changed. This valve (5) regulates the feed pressure (which can be read-off on the feed gauge). The valve restricts feeding at system pressure 210 bar (050 psi).
  • Page 19 Fig. 10 Fig. 11 Trolley feed valve Water valve This valve (7) controls the direction of the saw motor along This valve (8) regulates the flow of the cooling water. the rails. Vanne d’avance Vanne hydraulique Cette vanne (7) sert à contrôler la direction du moteur de la Cette vanne (8) sert à...
  • Page 20 Fig. 12 Fig. 1 Blade feed valve Master pressure gauge This valve (9) controls the blade during infeeding and The system pressure can be read-off on this gauge (10). outfeeding. 100-150 bar (100 - 2100 psi) is applicable as a guide value for normal concrete.
  • Page 21 Fig. 1 Fig. 15 Feed pressure gauge Warning lamps The feed pressure can be read-off on this gauge (11). 10 The lamps (12) are in phase sequence. The start knob to bar (10 psi) is applicable as a guide value. the electric motor should be turned in the direction indicated by the lit up green lamp.
  • Page 22 Fig. 16 Start knob, electric motor The electric motor is started with this switch (1). It is turned in the direction indicated by the green lamp. To start the electric motor, turn to the ”Y” position. When working the switch should be in the ”D” position. See "Starting Procedure"...
  • Page 23 Fig. 17 Before starting Check the oil level Check the oil level in the power unit. This is checked on the level indicator. Min level = red line Max level = black line Do not exceed the max level when filling oil into the tank. The oil expands when it gets hot and can overflow if the level is too high.
  • Page 24: Transport

    Fig. 18 Check the air pressure in the tyre Assembling the equipment Check the air pressure in the tyre. It should be 2 bar (28 Take the equipment to the work site. psi). Montage de l’équipement Contrôle de la pression d’air des pneus Contrôlez la pression d’air des pneus.
  • Page 25 Fig. 19 Connect electric cable Connect the power supply cable. The cable must contain three phases and protective earth. There should also be an earthed neutral point, otherwise the one-phase outlet on the distribution box will not function. The power unit must be connected through a 2 A fuse in order to use maximum power.
  • Page 26 Fig. 20 Connect the water hose Connect the hydraulic hoses 1. Check that the water valve (8) is closed. Wipe clean the quick couplings for the hydraulic hoses from any dirt. Connect the hose assembly and lock the large 2. Connect the incoming water hose to the intake on the couplings with the lock rings.
  • Page 27 Fig. 21 If one green lamp lights up everything is OK. 1. Start the electric motor. Turn the switch to the ”Y” position in the direction indicated by the green lamp Of none of the green lamps light up there is no current. (12).
  • Page 28 Fig. 22 Fig. 2 .a) If you want to start cutting from the point where the . Open the water valve (8). saw trolley is positioned, turn the master valve to the position marked with the tortoise symbol to start the blade.
  • Page 29 Fig. 2 Fig. 25 5. Check that the feed gauge (11) does not show more 6. Advance the blade into the wall by turning the lever (9) than 10 bar (10 psi). Otherwise, adjust with the for blade feed valve. pressure control valve.
  • Page 30 Fig. 26 7. Adjust the feed pressure with the pressure control valve 8. Stop advancing the blade when it has penetrated 5-7 cm (5). The required pressure depends on the cutting ability (2-") into the wall. of the blade and the hardness of the wall to be cut. 20-50 bar (280-700 psi) can be used as a guide valve, which should give a system pressure of 100-150 bar (100-2100 psi).
  • Page 31 Fig. 28 Fig. 27 9. Check that the feed pressure gauge (11) does not show 10. Turn the lever (7) for the trolley feed valve to the more than 10 bar (10 psi). Adjust if necessary with the direction that you intend to cut. pressure control valve.
  • Page 32 Fig. 29 12. Once you have made the guide cut, repeat the After cutting procedure from step 5 onwards until you have cut 1. Turn the master valve to the position with the hare through the wall. The depth of the cut will vary from symbol and the blade will be quickly retracted out of the situation to situation.
  • Page 33 Dismantling the equipment NoTE! 1. Allow the motor to stop completely. Always clean all the equipment at the end of the working 2. Disconnect the power supply cable before disconnecting day. the water hoses. . Disconnect the hydraulic hoses. . If there is a risk of freezing, drain the water from the oil cooler by disconnecting both hoses, opening the valve, and tilting the power unit forwards.
  • Page 34 Maintenance Hydraulic oil The hydraulic power unit is filled with approx. 12 litres (3 US gal) of oil on delivery, viscosity 6 of the Petro-Canada ECO-6 brand. The oil is an environmentally adapted unsaturated oil approved by the Swedish Testing and Research Institute, which considerably reduces the risk of allergic reactions or inflammation of the skin on contact.
  • Page 35 Fig. 0 Draining the oil Hydraulic power unit: There is a plug on the underside of the tank for draining the oil. WARNING! Remember than oil can pose a hazard to health and the environment. Vidange d’huile Groupe hydraulique : Un bouchon de vidange d’huile se ATTENTIoN ! trouve sous le réservoir.
  • Page 36 Fig. 1 Fig. 2 Filling with oil (hydraulic power unit) Replacing the filter The oil is filled through the filter on the front of the tank. Lay The filter in the hydraulic system should be replaced every the power unit down with the filter housing facing upwards. six months.
  • Page 37 Fig.  Routine checks Regularly check: The oil level in the hydraulic power unit, to make sure it lies between the marks on the level glass. Any abnormal noises. Contrôle de routine Contrôlez régulièrement : le niveau d’huile du groupe hydraulique, afin qu’il se maintienne dans la graduation de la jauge.
  • Page 38 Fig.  Cleaning It is important to clean all the equipment. It is a good idea to disconnect the water cooling hose or the blade from the cutting arm and use this to wash down the saw unit, blade NoTE! guard, wall mountings and rails.
  • Page 39: Komponenten

    Fig. 6 Fig. 5 When transporting the power unit between work sites lie it Transport down. The saw unit, rails, blade guard and even the hose The power unit is mounted on a trolley with space for assembly should be stored in the strong plywood cases that hanging the hydraulic hose assembly so that it can be easily the equipment was supplied in.
  • Page 40: √úbereinstimmung Mit Eu-Richtlinie

    Assurance de conformité CE Husqvarna Construction Products AB, Box 2098, SE-550 02 Jönköping, Suède, tél. : +46 36-570 60 00, certifie par la présente que le groupe d’alimentation PP 345 E, à partir des numéros de série 01001 et ultérieurs, est fabriqué conformément à la directive du Conseil 98/37/CE sur les machines, à...
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