Metabo MEGA 350 D manual

User manual for the Metabo MEGA 350 D in Dutch. This PDF manual has 63 pages.

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10 ENGLISH 1. Machine overview 1 2 5 4 7 8 11 12 13 14 3 10 6 15 16 17 9 1 Compressor pump 2 Air intake filter housing 3 On/Off switch 4 Safety valve 5 Transport handle 6 Outlet for regulated compressed air 7 Swivel plate casters, lockable 8 Motor 9 Pressure vessel 10 Condensate drain cock of pressure vessel 11 Tank pressure gauge 12 Outlet for regulated compressed air 13 Oil drain plug 14 Oil sight glass 15 Pressure regulator 16 Outlet pressure gauge 17 Oil filler plug XK0023E.fm Operating Instruction ENGLISH
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11 ENGLISH 1. Machine overview.....................10 2. Please read first!.......................11 3. Safety.........................................11 3.1 Specified conditions of use .........11 3.2 General safety information..........11 3.3 Safety devices ............................12 4. Operation...................................12 4.1 Prior to initial operation ...............12 4.2 Mains connection........................12 4.3 Generating compressed air ........12 5. Care and maintenance .............12 5.1 Periodic maintenance .................12 5.2 Device storage............................13 6. Available Accessories.........13/63 7. Trouble shooting ......................14 8. Repairs.......................................15 9. Environmental protection ........15 10. Technical specifications ..........15 • Read these instructions before use. Pay special attention to the safety information. • If you notice transport damage while unpacking, notify your supplier immediately. Do not operate the device! • Dispose of the packing in an envi- ronmentally friendly manner. Take to a proper collecting point. • Keep these instructions for refer- ence on any issues you may be uncertain about. Also keep the test certificates of all compressed air components. • If you lend or sell this device be sure to have the instructions to go with it. 3.1 Specified conditions of use This device is intended to generate com- pressed air required for the operation of air tools. Any use for medical purposes, food processing as well as filling of oxygen cylinders for breathing equipment is not permitted. Explosive, combustible gases or gases detrimental to health may not be com- pressed. Operation in hazardous loca- tions is not permitted. Any other use is not as specified. Use not as specified, alteration of the device or use of parts not approved by the equipment manufacturer, can cause unforeseeable damage! Children, juveniles and persons not hav- ing been instructed in its usage are not permitted to operate this device and any air tools connected to it. 3.2 General safety informa- tion When using this electric tool observe the following safety instructions, to exclude the risk of personal injury or material damage. Please also observe the special safety instructions in the respective chapters. Keep all documents, supplied with the device, for future reference. Observe the statuary accident insurance institution regulations and regulations for the prevention of accidents pertaining to the operation of air compressors and air tools, where applicable. A General hazard! Keep your work area tidy – a messy work area invites accidents. Be alert. Know what you are doing. Set out to work with reason. Do not operate the electric tool while under the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication. Consider environmental conditions. Keep work area well lighted. Prevent adverse body positions. Ensure firm footing and keep your balance at all times. Do not operate the electric tool near inflammable liquids or gases. Keep bystanders, particularly children, out of the work area. Do not permit other persons to touch the tool or power cable while the electric tool is running. Do not overload the electric tool – use it only within the performance range it was designed for (see "Technical specifica- tions"). B Danger! Risk of electric shock! Do not expose the electric tool to rain. Do not operate the electric tool in damp or wet environment. Prevent body contact with earthed objects such as radiators, pipes, cooking stoves or refrigerators when operating this electric tool. Do not use the power cable for any pur- pose it is not intended for. A Risk of personal injury by escaping compressed air and parts hurled about by escaping air! Never direct compressed air against per- sons or animals! Ensure all air tools and accessories used are designed for the working pres- sure or are supplied via a pressure regu- lator. Please note that, when disconnecting the quick coupler, the compressed air contained in the pressure hose will escape all of a sudden. You should therefore hold the air hose firmly when disconnecting it. Ensure all screwed connections are fully tightened at all times. Do not attempt to repair the device your- self! Only trained specialists are permit- ted to service or repair compressors, pressure vessels and air tools. A Hazard generated by oil-satu- rated compressed air! Use oil saturated compressed air only for air tools requiring such supply. Do not use an air hose used to supply com- pressed air containing oil to supply air tools not designed for operation on com- pressed air containing oil. Do not fill tires with compressed air containing oil. A Risk of burns from the sur- faces of parts carrying compressed air! Let tool cool off before servicing. A Risk of personal injury and crushing by moving parts! Do not operate the electric tool without installed guards. Please note that the compressor will start automatically when the pressure falls off to minimum! – disconnect from power supply prior to any servicing. Ensure that when turning ON (e.g. after servicing) no tools or loose parts are in the electric tool. A Hazard generated by insuffi- cient personal protection gear! Wear hearing protection. Wear safety glasses. Wear mask respirator when work gener- ates dust or mist detrimental to health. Wear suitable work clothes. When work- ing outdoors wearing of non-slip shoes is recommended. A Hazard generated by electric tool defects! Keep electric tool and accessories in good repair. Observe the maintenance instructions. Priot to any use check the electric tool for possible damage: before using the electric tool carefully check safety devices, protection devices or slightly damaged parts for proper function as specified. Check to see that all moving parts work properly and do not jam. All parts must be correctly installed and meet all conditions necessary for the proper operation of the electric tool. Damaged protection devices or parts must be repaired or replaced by an qual- ified specialist. Have damaged switches replaced by a service centre. Do not operate electric tool if the switch can not be turned ON or OFF. Keep handles free of oil and grease. Table of Contents 2. Please read first! 3. Safety
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12 ENGLISH 3.3 Safety devices Safety valve The spring-loaded safety valve (18) is incorporated into the pressure switch. The safety valve opens if the max. per- missible pressure is exceeded. 4.1 Prior to initial operation Wheel installation 1. Install the wheels as illustrated. 4.2 Mains connection B Danger! High voltage Operate device in dry environ- ment only. Operate device only on a power source complying with the following requirements: − outlets properly installed, earthed and tested; − fuse protection in accordance with the technical specifications. Position power cable so it does not interfere with the work and is not damaged. Always check to see that the device is switched OFF before plugging in. B Check direction of rotation! Depending on the phase sequence, the motor could turn in the wrong direction. This can damage the machine. Therefore the direction of rotation must be checked after any reconnection to the power mains: the belt pulley of the compressor pump must turn in the direction indicated by the arrow on the belt guard. If it turns in the wrong direction, two phases must be interchanged in the power cable plug: 1. Unplug. 2. Interchange phases with a screw- driver as illustrated: − Push switch (19) in slightly. − Turn switch by 180°. 3. Plug power cable in again. Protect power cable from heat, aggressive liquids and sharp edges. Use only extension cables with suffi- cient lead cross section (see "Techni- cal Specifications"). Do not stop the machine by unplug- ging, but switch OFF using the ON/ OFF switch. Unplug after use. 4.3 Generating compressed air 1. Start device (22) and wait until the max. tank pressure is reached (compressor shuts off). The tank pressure is indicated by the tank pressure gauge (23). 2. Set pressure regulator (20) to required working pressure. The cur- rent working pressure is indicated by the regulated pressure gauge (21). A Caution! The regulated pressure may not be set higher than the max. work- ing pressure of the connected air tools! 3. Connect air hose to compressed air outlet (24). 4. Connect air tool. You are now ready to work with the air tool. 5. Switch the compressor OFF, if you do not continue working immediately afterwards. Unplug after switching OFF. A Danger! Prior to all servicing: − Switch Off. − Unplug. − Wait until the device has come to a complete stop. − Ensure the device and all air tools and accessories connected to it are relieved from pressure. − Let the device and all air tools and accessories used cool off. After all servicing: − Check to see that all safety devices are operational. − Make sure that no tools or other parts remain on or in the device. Repair and maintenance work other than described in this section must only be carried out by qualified spe- cialists. 5.1 Periodic maintenance Prior to each use • Check air hoses for damage, replace if necessary. • Check all screwed connections for tightness, tighten if necessary. • Check power supply cable for dam- age, if necessary have replaced by a qualified electrician. Every 50 operating hours • Check air filter element (25) of com- pressor pump, clean if necessary. • Check oil level (26) of compressor pump, top up if necessary (27). 4. Operation 18 19 22 23 20 21 24 5. Care and maintenance 25
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13 ENGLISH • Drain condensate from pressure vessel (29). A Caution! The condensate contains oil and must be disposed at a proper col- lecting point. • Check V-belt: − Remove belt guard (30). − Retension V-belt or replace, if necessary. − To adjust the V-belt tension, loosen the four screws at the motor base and shift the motor. − Tighten the screws at the motor base again. − Replace the belt guard. Every 250 operating hours • Replace air intake filter element of compressor pump. • Replace air filter element of filter/ regulator unit. Every 500 operating hours • Drain oil from compressor pump through the drain plug (28) and fill with fresh oil. A Dispose of the waste oil envi- ronmentally safe by taking it to a proper collecting point! Every 1000 operating hours • Have unit serviced by an authorized service station. This will extent the compressor's service life considera- bly. 5.2 Device storage 1. Switch unit OFF and unplug. 2. Release pressure from tank and all connected air tools. 3. Store device in such way that it can- not be started by unauthorized per- sons. A Caution! Do not store device unpro- tected outdoors or in damp environ- ment. Do not lay device on its side for trans- portation or storing. For special applications the following accessories are available at your spe- cialist dealer – see back cover for illus- trations: Sealing A Air Caulking Gun KP 910 for commercially available car- tridges. Stock-no. 090 101 0030 Sheet metal cutting B Air Nibbler BN 540 extra small cutting radius; cuts steel sheet up to 1.0 mm thickness. Stock-no. 090 100 6784 Drilling C Air Drill BM 310 especially handy tool for low-fatigue working; right-hand rotation only. Stock-no. 090 100 6725 • Air Drill BM 500 (not illustrated) with 3/8" keyless chuck, fully reversible with quick reverse feature. Stock-no. 090 105 4533 Stapling / nailing D Combination Air Stapler/Nailer Kombi 40/50 for staples (type 90) from 20 mm to 40 mm and finishing nails (type SKN) from 20 mm to 50. Stock-no. 090 105 4720mm. • Combination Air Stapler/Nailer Kombi 40/50 for staples (type 90) from 15 mm to 32 mm and finishing nails (type SKN) from 16 mm to 32. Stock-no. 090 105 4711mm. • Air Stapler KG 80/16 (not illustrated) for staples (type 80) from 6 mm to 16 mm. Stock-no. 090 105 4681 • Air Stapler KG 90/25 (not illustrated) for staples (type 90) from 15 mm to 25 mm. Stock-no. 090 105 4690 • Air Stapler KG 90/40 (not illustrated) for staples (type 90) from 20 mm to 40 mm. Stock-no. 090 105 4703 • Air Finish Nailer SKN 50 (not illustrated) for finishing nails (type SKN) from 20 mm to 50 mm. Stock-no. 090 105 4738 Spray painting E Spray Gun FB 2200 HVLP high-volume low-pressure feature reduces paint mist bounce-back and provides thicker coating at less paint consumption. Stock-no. 090 105 4460 • Paint Spray Gun FB 2200 (not illustrated) with 0.5 l flow cup; professional spray gun; steplessly adjustable round, horizontal and vertical spray pattern. Stock-no. 090 105 4452 • Paint Spray Gun SB 200 (not illustrated) with 1.0 l siphon cup. Stock-no. 090 100 3882 • Paint Spray Gun FB 150 (not illustrated) with 0.5 l flow cup; for spraying primers and paints of varying viskosity. Stock-no. 090 100 3874 • Paint Spray Gun FB 90 (not illustrated) with 0.75 l flow cup; for spraying primers and paints of varying viskosity. Stock-no. 090 105 6064 Chiselling F Air Hammer Set MHS 450 for construction and auto body work Stock-no. 090 100 9210 • Air Hammer Set MHS 315 (not illustrated) to take off plaster and tiles and for light chiselling work. Stock-no. 090 100 6911 Tyre inflating / checking G Tyre Inflator Gauge RF 480 professional version (calibrated). Stock-no. 090 105 4630 • Tyre Inflator Gauge RF 363 (not illustrated) same as RF 480, but not calibrated. Stock-no. 090 105 4622 26 28 27 29 30 6. Available Accessories
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14 ENGLISH • Tyre Inflator Gauge RF 200 (not illustrated) for inflating tyres and balls (calibrated). Stock-no. 090 105 6188 • Tyre Inflator Gauge RF 100 (not illustrated) same as RF 200, but not calibrated. Stock-no. 090 102 6724 Cleaning H Blow Gun BP 200 all plastic body. Stock-no. 090 105 4606 • Blow Gun BP 300 (not illustrated) all plastic body; ven- turi nozzle provides extra high air volume. Stock-no. 090 105 4614 • Blow Gun BP 70 (not illustrated) light metal body (with 100 mm extension nozzle). Stock-no. 090 102 6726 • Blow Gun BP 60 (not illustrated) light metal body (short). Stock-no. 090 102 6718 Driving screws I Impact Wrench SR 230 rugged impact wrench for DIY and automotive applications. Stock-no. 090 105 6170 • Impact Wrench SR 340 Set (not illustrated) professional version; many accessories included. Stock-no. 090 105 6137 • Impact Wrench SR 140 Set (not illustrated) for multiple DIY and automotive applications; complete with many accessories. Stock-no. 090 100 8582 • Impact Wrench SR 120 Set (not illustrated) requires only mini- mal amount of air, thus can be run on small compressors; complete with many accessories. Stock-no. 090 100 6750 • Ratchet Wrench RS 320 (not illustrated) due to narrow design and rubber-covered ratchet head it is well suited for automotive applications and work in confined areas. Stock-no. 090 105 4541 • Ratchet Wrench RS 220 Set (not illustrated) this set comes com- plete with many accessories. Stock-no. 090 100 6717 • Air Screwdriver DS 1610 (not illustrated) reversible with quick reversing action. Stock-no. 090 101 2440 Spraying J Spray Gun SPP 161 for spraying degreaser, oil, liquid wax, etc. Stock-no. 090 105 4525 • Combination Spray Gun UBS 820 (not illustrated) for commercially available 1.0 l screw-top cartridges. Stock-no. 090 105 4479 Air hoses K Hose Reel ST 200 swivels through 360°; with 30 m PU air hose. Stock-no. 090 105 4568 • Braided Air Hose (not illustrated) c/w quick coupler and male plug; length 5 m; outer diameter 12 mm; inner diameter 6 mm. Stock-no. 090 105 4908 • Braided Air Hose (not illustrated) c/w quick coupler and male plug; length 10 m; outer diameter 12 mm; inner diameter 6 mm. Stock-no. 090 105 4916 • Braided Air Hose (not illustrated) c/w quick coupler and male plug; length 10 m; outer diameter 15 mm; inner diameter 9 mm. Stock-no. 090 105 4924 • Bulk Braided Air Hose (not illustrated) length 50 m; outer diameter 15 mm; inner diameter 9 mm. Stock-no. 090 105 4932 • Self-storing Coil Air Hose, Rilsan (not illustrated) c/w quick coupler and male plug; 2.5 m working length; outer diameter 8 mm; inner diameter 6 mm. Stock-no. 090 105 4940 • Self-storing Coil Air Hose, Rilsan (not illustrated) c/w quick coupler and male plug; 7.5 m working length; outer diameter 8 mm; inner diameter 6 mm. Stock-no. 090 105 4959 • Self-storing Coil Air Hose, Rilsan (not illustrated) c/w quick coupler and male plug; 10.0 m working length; outer diame- ter 10 mm; inner diameter 8 mm. Stock-no. 090 105 4967 • Hand-crank Hose Reel SA 100 (not illustrated) c/w 20.0 m braided air hose; outer diameter 15 mm; inner diameter 9 mm. Stock-no. 090 105 4975 • Automatic Retractable Hose Reel SA 200 (not illustrated) suitable for wall and ceiling mounting; retracts automati- cally by simply pulling on hose; with 8 m PU air hose; outer diameter 13 mm; inner diameter 8 mm. Stock-no. 090 105 4550 Accessory kits L Accessory Kit LPZ 7-S comprising: blow gun, tyre inflator gauge, tyre valve adaptor, ball valve needle, paint spray gun, spray gun, self-storing coil air hose. Stock-no. 090 100 3858 • Accessory Kit LPZ 7-P (not illustrated) comprising: blow gun, tyre inflator gauge, tyre valve adaptor, ball valve needle, paint spray gun, spray gun, 10 m braided air hose. Stock-no. 090 100 3890 • Accessory Kit LPZ 6-P (not illustrated) comprising: blow gun, tyre inflator gauge, tyre valve adaptor, ball valve needle, paint spray gun, 5 m braided air hose. Stock-no. 090 104 4487 • Accessory Kit LPZ 4 (not illustrated) comprising blow gun, tyre inflator gauge, paint spray gun, self-storing coil air hose. Stock-no. 090 101 3845 • Accessory Kit LPZ 2 (not illustrated) comprising change handle with blow gun, tyre inflator gauge, paint spray gun, self-storing coil air hose. Stock-no. 090 105 5971 A Danger! Prior to all servicing: − Switch Off. − Unplug. − Wait until the device has come to a complete stop. − Ensure the device and all air tools and accessories connected to it are relieved from pressure. − Let the device and all air tools and accessories used cool off. After all servicing: − Check to see that all safety devices are operational. − Make sure that no tools or other parts remain on or in the device. Compressor does not run: • No mains voltage. − Check cables, plug, outlet and mains fuse. • Mains voltage too low. − Use only extension cables with sufficient lead cross section (see "Technical specifications"). Avoid using extension cable when device is cold. • Compressor was stopped by unplugging. − Switch compressor OFF at the On/Off switch, then ON again. 7. Trouble shooting
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15 ENGLISH • Motor protection tripped, e.g. by insufficient cooling (cooling fins cov- ered). − Switch compressor OFF at the On/Off switch; remove cause for overheating; let cool off for approx. 10 minutes; reset the motor protection switch; switch compressor ON again at the On/ Off switch. Compressor runs but does not build up sufficient pressure. • Condensate drain of pressure ves- sel leaky. − Check gasket of drain cock(s); replace if necessary. − Tighten drain cock(s) fingertight. • Check valve leaky. − Have check valve serviced by qualified service centre. Air tool is not supplied with sufficient pressure. • Pressure regulator not opened wide enough. − Open pressure regulator more. • Hose connection between compres- sor and air tool leaky. − Check air hoses, replace defec- tive parts if necessary. A Danger! Repairs to power tools must be carried out by qualified electricians only! Electric tools in need of repair can be send to the service centre in your coun- try. See spare parts list for address. Please attach a description of the fault to the power tool. The machine's packaging can be 100 % recycled. Worn out devices and accessories con- tain considerable amounts of valuable raw and plastic materials, which can be recycled. These instructions are printed on chlo- rine-free bleached paper. 8. Repairs 9. Environmental protection 10. Technical specifications Suction capacity l/min 290 Free air delivery (volume flow rate) l/min 165 Filling rate l/min 195 Working pressure (compression end pressure) bar 10 Pressure vessel volume l 50 No. of air outlets 2 Compressor pump model B 2800 No. of cylinders 2 Speed (compressor pump) min-1 1300 Motor capacity kW 2.0 Supply voltage (50 Hz) V 400 Rated current A 3.7 Fuse protection min. A 10 (time-lag) Degree of protection IP 44 Maximum overall length when using extension cables with: – 3 x 1.5 mm2 lead cross-section – 3 x 2.5 mm2 lead cross-section m m 100 160 Oil grade 10 W 40 Oil qantity for oil change l 0.21 Dimensions: length x width x height cm 88 x 49 x 77 Weight kg 46 Sound pressure level LPA at 4 m maximum dB (A) 71 ± 3 Sound power level LWA dB (A) 91 ± 3
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63 A 090 101 0030 B 090 100 6784 C 090 100 6725 D 090 105 4720 E 090 105 4460 F 090 100 9210 G 090 105 4630 H 090 105 4606 I 090 105 6170 J 090 105 4525 K 090 105 4568 L 090 100 3858 U3K0028_30_wf.fm

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  • Brand: Metabo
  • Product: Compressors
  • Model/name: MEGA 350 D
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