AERO 26-21 PC

Nilfisk AERO 26-21 PC manual

AERO 26-21 PC

User manual for the Nilfisk AERO 26-21 PC in English. This PDF manual has 18 pages.

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107409901 B Operating instructions AERO 26 AERO 31 INOX
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*) Optional accessories / Option depending on model Original instruction 1 Quick reference guide The pictorial quick reference guide The pictorial quick reference guide is designed for helping you when starting up, operating and storing the unit. The guide are subdivided into 4 sections, which are represented by symbols: A Before starting 1A - Unpack Accessories 2A - Filter Bag Installation 3A - Hose Insert 4A - Tube Fixed 5A - Accessories Placement B Control/Operation 1B - Emptying Container 2B - Blow Function 3B - Push & Clean 4B - Cable Storage 5B - Hose Storage C Connecting electrical appliances 1C - Power Tool D Replacement of: 1D - Filter Bag Replacement 2D - Filter Replacement *) Optional accessories / Option depending on model Contents 1 Important safety instructions ................... 2 1.1 Symbols used to mark instructions............ 2 1.2 Instructions for use .................................... 2 1.3 Purpose and intended use......................... 2 1.4 Electrical connection.................................. 2 1.5 Extension lead ........................................... 2 1.6 Guarantee.................................................. 2 1.7 Tests and approvals................................... 2 1.8 Important warnings .................................... 3 1.9 Double-insulated appliances* .................... 3 1.9.1 Only applicable to UK. .............................. 3 1.9.2 Electrical connections................................ 3 1.9.3 Blue-neutral brown-live.............................. 4 2 Risks .......................................................... 4 2.1 Electrical components................................ 4 2.2 Picking up liquids....................................... 4 2.3 Hazardous materials.................................. 4 2.4 Spare parts and accessories ..................... 4 2.5 Emptying dirt tank...................................... 5 2.6 In explosive or inflammable atmosphere ... 5 2.7 Blower function. ........................................ 5 3 Control / Operation .................................... 5 3.1 Starting and operating of the machine....... 5 3.2 Auto-On/Off-Operation for power tools*..... 5 3.3 Before wet pick-up..................................... 5 3.4 Emptying after wet pick-up ........................ 5 3.5 Emptying after dry pick-up......................... 5 3.6 Push & Clean............................................. 6 4 After using the cleaner ............................. 6 4.1 After use .................................................... 6 4.2 Transport.................................................... 6 4.3 Storage ...................................................... 6 4.4 Recycling the cleaner ................................ 6 5 Maintenance ............................................... 6 5.1 Regular servicing and inspection............... 6 5.2 Maintenance .............................................. 6 6 Further information ................................... 7 6.1 EU Declaration of conformity..................... 7 6.2 Specifications............................................. 7
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*) Optional accessories / Option depending on model Original instruction 2 1 Important safety instructions This document contains the safety information re- levant for the appliance along with a quick reference guide. Before starting up your vacuum cleaner for the first time, this instruction manual must be read through carefully. Save the instructions for later use. Further support Further information on the appliance can be found on our web site at www.nilfisk-alto.com. For further queries, please contact the Nilfisk-ALTO service representative responsible for your country. See reverse of this document. 1.1 Symbols used to mark instructions DANGER Danger that leads directly to serious or irre- versible injuries, or even death. WARNING Danger that can lead to serious injuries or even death. CAUTION Danger that can lead to minor injuries and damage. 1.2 Instructions for use The appliance must: • only be used by persons, who have been in- structed in its correct usage and explicitly com- missioned with the task of operating it • only be operated under supervision • This appliance is not intended for use by per- sons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experi- ence and knowledge. • Children shall be supervised to make sure that they do not play with the appliance. • Do not use any unsafe work techniques. • Never use the vacuum cleaner without a filter. • Switch off the appliance and disconnect the mains plug in the following situations: • Prior to cleaning and servicing • Prior to replacing components • Prior to changing over the appliance • If foam develops or liquid emerges Besides the operating instructions and the binding accident prevention regulations valid in the country of use, observe recognised regulations for safety and proper use. 1.3 Purpose and intended use This vacuum cleaner is designed, developed and rigorously tested to function efficiently and safely when properly maintained and used in accordance with the following instructions. This vacuum cleaner is to be used for commercial or for household use. Accidents due to misuse can only be prevented by those using the machine. READ AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY INSTRUC- TIONS. This machine is suitable for picking up dry, non- flammable dust and liquids. Any other use is considered as improper use. The manufacturer accepts no liability for any damage re- sulting from such use. The risk for such use is borne solely by the user. Proper use also includes proper operation, servicing and repairs as specified by the manufacturer. 1.4 Electrical connection 1. It is recommended that the vacuum cleaner should be connected via a residual current cir- cuit breaker. 2. Arrange the electrical parts (sockets, plugs and couplings) and lay down the extension lead so that the protection class is maintained. 3. Connectors and couplings of power supply cords and extension leads must be watertight. 1.5 Extension lead 1. As an extension lead, only use the version specified by the manufacturer or one of a higher quality. 2. When using an extension lead, check the mini- mum cross-sections of the cable: Cable lenth Cross section < 16 A < 25 A up to 20 m 1.5 mm2 2.5 mm2 20 to 50 m 2.5 mm2 4.0 mm2 1.6 Guarantee Our general conditions of business are applicable with regard to the guarantee. Unauthorised modifications to the appliance, the use of incorrect brushes in addition to using the appli- ance in a way other than for the intended purpose exempt the manufacturer from any liability for the resulting damage. 1.7 Tests and approvals Electrical tests must be performed in accordance with the provisions of safety regulations EN 62638. These tests must be performed at regular intervals and after repairs or modifications. The vacuum cleaner has been approved in accor- dance with IEC/EN 60335-2-69.
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*) Optional accessories / Option depending on model Original instruction 3 1.8 Important warnings WARNING • To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury, please read and follow all safety instructions and caution mar-kings before use. This vacuum cleaner is designed to be safe when used for cleaning functions as specified. Should damage occur to electrical or mechanical parts, the cleaner and / or accessory should be repaired by a competent service station or the manu- facturer before use in order to avoid fur- ther damage to the machine or physical injury to the user. • Do not leave the machine when it is plugged in. Unplug from the socket when not in use and before maintenance. • Do not use with damaged cord or plug. To unplug grasp the plug, not the cord. Do not handle plug or cleaner with wet hands. Turn off all controls before unplug- ging. • Do not pull or carry by cord, use cord as a handle, close a door on cord, or pull cord around sharp edges or corners. Do not run cleaner over cord. Keep cord away from heated surfaces. • Keep hair, loose clothing, fingers and all parts of the body away from openings and moving parts. Do not put any objects into openings or use with opening blocked. Keep openings free of dust, lint, hair, and anything else that could reduce the flow of air. • This machine is not suitable for picking up hazardous dust. • Do not use to pick up flammable or com- bustible liquids such as gasoline, or use in areas where they may be present. • Do not pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes, matches or hot ashes. • Use extra care when cleaning on stairs. • Do not use unless filters are fitted. • If the cleaner is not working properly or has been dropped, damaged, left out- doors, or dropped into water, return it to a service center or dealer. • If foam or liquid escapes from the ma- chine, switch off immediately. • The vacuum cleaner may not be used as a water pump. The vacuum cleaner is intended for vacuuming air and water mixtures. • Connect the vacuum cleaner to a properly earthed mains supply. The socket outlet and the extension cable must have an operative protective conductor. • Provide for good ventilation at the work- ing place. • Do not use the vacuum cleaner as a lad- der or step ladder. The vacuum cleaner can tip over and become damaged. Dan- ger of injury. 1.9 Double-insulated appliances* CAUTION • Use only as described in this manual and only with the manufacturer’s recom- mended attachments. • BEFORE YOU PLUG IN YOUR CLEAN- ER, check the rating plate at the cleaner to see if the rated voltage agrees within 10% of the voltage available. • This appliance is provided with double insulation. Use only identical replacement parts. See instructions for servicing dou- ble insulated appliances. In a double-insulated appliance, two systems of insulation are provided instead of grounding. No grounding means is provided on a double-insulated appliance, nor should a mean for grounding be added to the appliance. Servicing a double-insulated appliance requires extreme care and knowledge of the system, and should be done only by quali- fied service personnel. Replacement parts for a double-insulated appliance must be identical to the parts they replace. A double insulated appliance is marked with the words “DOUBLE INSULATION” or “DOUBLE INSULATED.” The symbol (square within a square) may also be used on the product. The machine is equipped with a specially designed cord which if damaged, must be replaced by a cord of the same type. This is available at authorised service centres and dealers and must be installed by trained personnel. 1.9.1 Only applicable to UK. Please read these essential instructions These instructions have been prepared with safety and efficiency paramount. The machine operator must be trained by a suit- ably qualified instructor and must understand these instructions for use, and be made aware of any rel- evant regulations and legislation in force at the time of use. 1.9.2 Electrical connections CAUTION DOUBLE-INSULATED MACHINES - IMPORTANT: This 240 volt 50 Hz. machine are fitted with a 13 amp. 3 pin moulded plug. The plug is fit- ted with a 13 amp. detachable fuse. The cor- rect replacement for the fuse is identified by marking or colour coding. Only fuses that are
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*) Optional accessories / Option depending on model Original instruction 4 ASTA approved to BS 1362 should be fitted. Never use the plug without the fuse cover fit- ted. Replacement fuse covers are available at any electrical retail outlet. If the available socket outlet is not suitable for the plug supplied, the plug must be cut off and an ap- propriate plug fitted. The plug thus cut off MUST BE DESTROYED for safety reasons before being dis- posed of. Machines built for other voltages and frequencies are not normally supplied with a fitted plug. If it is necessary to fit a plug, the wires in this power supply cord are coloured in accordance with the fol- lowing code: 1.9.3 Blue-neutral brown-live TO CONNECT THE NEW PLUG: If using a three-pin plug, do not make any connection to the the terminal in the plug which is marked with the let- ter ‘E’ or by the safety earth symbol or coloured green or green & yellow. The blue wire must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter ‘N’ or is col- oured black or blue. The brown wire which must be connected to the ter- minal in the plug which is marked with the letter ‘L’ or is coloured red or brown. If the plug to be fitted does not conform to the above notation then consult a qualified electrician. 2 Risks 2.1 Electrical components DANGER The upper section of the vacuum cleaner con- tains live components. Contact with live components leads to serious or even fatal injuries. • Never spray water on to the upper section of the vacuum cleaner. DANGER Electric shock due to faulty mains connecting lead. Touching a faulty mains connecting lead can result in serious or even fatal injuries. • Do not damage the mains power lead (e.g. by driving over it, pulling or crushing it). • Regularly check whether the power cord is damaged or shows signs of ageing. • If the electric cable is damaged, it must be replaced by an authorized Nilfisk distribu- tor or similar qualified person in order to avoid a hazard. • In no circumstances should the power supply cord be wrapped around fingers or any part of the operators person. CAUTION Appliance socket.* The appliance socket is only designed for the purposes defined in the operating instructions. The connection of different appliances can re- sult in damage. • Prior to plugging in an appliance, always switch off the vacuum cleaner and the ap- pliance that is to be connected. • Read the operating instructions to the ap- pliance to be connected and observe the safety notes contained in these. CAUTION Damage due to unsuitable mains voltage. The appliance can be damaged as a result of being connected to an unsuitable mains volt- age. • Ensure that the voltage shown on the rat- ing plate corresponds to the voltage of the local mains power supply. 2.2 Picking up liquids CAUTION Picking up liquids. Do not pick up flammable liquids • Before liquids are picked up, always re- move the filter bag/wastebag and check that the float or the water level limit works properly. • The use of a separate filter element or filter screen is recommended. • If foam appears, stop work immediately and emty the tank. 2.3 Hazardous materials WARNING Hazardous materials. Vacuuming up hazardous materials can lead to serious or even fatal injuries • The following materials must not be picked up by the vacuum cleaner: • hazardous dust • hot materials (burning cigarettes, hot ash, etc.) • flammable, explosive, aggressive liquids (e.g. petrol, solvents, acids, alkalis, etc.) • flammable, explosive dust (e.g. magne- sium or aluminium dust, etc.) 2.4 Spare parts and accessories CAUTION Spare parts and accessories. The use of non-genuine spare parts and ac-
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*) Optional accessories / Option depending on model Original instruction 5 cessories can impair the safety of the appli- ance. • Only use spare parts and accessories from Nilfisk-ALTO. • Use only the brushes supplied with the vacuum cleaner or specified in the operat- ing manual. 2.5 Emptying dirt tank CAUTION Picking up environmentally hazardous materi- als. Materials picked up can present a hazard to the environment. • Dispose of the dirt in accordance with le- gal regulations. 2.6 In explosive or inflammable atmosphere CAUTION This machine is not suitable for use in explo- sive or inflammable atmospheres or where such atmospheres are likely to be produced by the presence of volatile liquid or inflamma- ble gas or vapour. 2.7 Blower function. CAUTION The vacuum cleaner has a blower function. Do not blow the outgoing air randomly in en- closed areas. Use the blower function only with a clean hose. Dusts can be hazardous to one’s health. 3 Control / Operation 3.1 Starting and operating of the machine Check that the electrical switch is switched off (in position 0). Check that suitable filters are installed in the machine.Then connect the suction hose into the suction inlet at the machine by pushing the hose forward until it fits firmly in place at the inlet. Then connect the two tubes with the hose handle, twist the tubes in order to ensure that they are properly fitted. Attach suitable nozzle to the tube. Choose nozzle depending on what type of material that is to be picked-up. Connect the plug into a proper electri- cal outlet. Put the electrical switch into position 1 in order to start the motor. Press I : Activate the machine Press 0 : Stop the machine Press I : Activate the machine Press 0 : Stop the machine Press : Activate Auto-On/Off operation Press I : Activate the machine - turn clock wise for speed control Press 0 : Stop the machine Press : Activate Auto-On/Off operation - turn counter clockwise for speed control 3.2 Auto-On/Off-Operation for power tools* A socket outlet with earthing contact is integrated in the vacuum cleaner. An external power tool can be connected there. The vacuum cleaner can be switched on and off by the power tool connected. Dirt is picked up from the source of dust immediately. To comply with regulations, only approved dust pro- ducing tools should be connected. The maximum power consumption of the connected electrical appliance is stated in section “Specifica- tions”. Before switching the switch to position ensure that the tool connected to the appliance socket is switched off. 3.3 Before wet pick-up CAUTION The machine is equipped with a float system that shuts off the airflow through the machine when the maximum liquid level is reached. You will hear a noticeable change of the sound from the motor and notice that the suc- tion power decreases. When this occurs, switch the machine off. Disconnect the ma- chine from the socket. Never pick up liquid without the float body in place. 3.4 Emptying after wet pick-up Before emptying the container, unplug the vacuum cleaner. Disconnect the hose from the inlet by pulling out the hose. Release the latch by pulling them out- wards so that the motor top is released. Open up the motor top from container. Always empty and clean the container and the float system after picking-up liquids. Never pick up liquid without the float system and filter installed in the machine. Empty by tilting the container backwards and pour the liquids into a floor drain or similar. Put back the motor top to the container. Secure the motor top with the latches. 3.5 Emptying after dry pick-up Remove the electrical plug from the socket before emptying after dry pick-up. Check the filters and dustbag regularly. Release the latch by pulling them outwards so that the motor top is released. Open up the motor top from container. Cartridge filter: To clean the filter you can either shake, brush or wash it. Wait until it is dry before you reuse it.
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*) Optional accessories / Option depending on model Original instruction 6 Dustbag: check bag to ensure the fill factor. Re- place dust bag if necessary. Remove the old bag. The new bag is fitted by passing the carboard piece with the rubber membrane through the vacuum inlet. Make sure that the rubber membrane is passing past the heightening at the vacuum inlet. After emptying: Close motor top to the container and secure the motor top with the latches. Never pick up dry material without cartridge filter and dustbag fitted in the machine. The suction efficiency of the vacuum cleaner depends on the size and quality of the filter and dust bag. Therefore - use only Original filter and dust bags. 3.6 Push & Clean The machine is equipped with a semi automatic filter cleaning system. Push & Clean. The filter cleaning system must be actuated latest when the vacuum- ing performance is no longer sufficient. Regular use of the filter cleaning feature increases the tool life of the filter. 4 After using the cleaner 4.1 After use Remove the plug from the socket when machine is not in use. Wind up the cord starting from the ma- chine. The power cord can be wound up around the motor top or at the container. Some variants have special storage places for accessories. 4.2 Transport • Before transporting the dirt tank, close all the locks. • Do not tilt the cleaner if there is liquid in the dirt tank. • Do not use a crane hook to lift the cleaner. 4.3 Storage • Store the appliance in a dry place, protected from rain and frost. • The machine shall be stored indoors only. 4.4 Recycling the cleaner Make the old cleaner unusable. 1. Unplug the cleaner. 2. Cut the power cord. 3. Do not discard of electrical appliances with household waste. As specified in European Directive 2002/96/EC on old electrical and electronic appliances, used electrical goods must be collected sepa- rately and recycled ecologically. 5 Maintenance 5.1 Regular servicing and inspection Regular servicing and inspection of your machine must be carried out by suitably qualified personnel in accordance with relevant legislation and regulations. In particular, elec- trical tests for earth continuity, insulation resistance, and condition of the flexible cord should be checked frequently. In the event of any defect, the machine MUST be with- drawn from service, completely checked and repaired by an authorized service technician. 5.2 Maintenance Remove the plug from the socket before performing main- tenance. Before using the machine make sure that the fre- quency and voltage shown on the rating plate correspond with the mains voltage. The cleaner is designed for continuous heavy work. De- pending on the number of running hours – the dust filter should be renewed. Keep the vacuum cleaner clean with a dry cloth, and a small amount of spray polish. For details of after sales service contact your dealer or Nilfisk-ALTO service representative responsible for your country. See reverse of this document.
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*) Optional accessories / Option depending on model Original instruction 7 6 Further information 6.1 EU Declaration of conformity Declaration of Conformity Product: Vacuum cleaner for wet and dry operation Type: AERO 26, AERO 31 The design of the unit corresponds to the following pertinent regulations: EC - Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC EC - Directive EMC 2004/108/EC EC - RoHS Directive 2011/65/EC Applied harmonised standards: EN 60335-1:2012, EN 60335-2-69:2012, EN 55014-1:2006+A1+A2, EN 55014-2:1997+A1+A2, EN 61000-3-2:2006+A1+A2, EN 61000-3-3:2008 Applied international standards and technical specifications: IEC 60335-2-69:2012 IEC 60335-1:2010 Name and address of the person authorised to compile the technical file: Anton Sørensen,General Manager, Technical Operations EAPC Nilfisk-Advance A/S Sognevej 25 DK-2605 Brøndby Identity and signature of the person empowered to draw up the declara- tion on behalf of the manufacturer: Anton Sørensen, General Manager, Technical Operations EAPC Nilfisk-Advance A/S Sognevej 25 DK-2605 Brøndby Place and date of the declaration: Hadsund 2013-08-01 6.2 Specifications AERO 26, AERO 31 INOX EU GB CH FR AU / NZ US 26-01 26-21 26-2L 31-21 26-21 26-21 26-2L 31-21 26-21 26-21 26-21 31-21 Possible voltage V 220- 240V 220- 240V 220- 240V 220- 240V 230V 110V 220- 240V 220- 240V 220- 240V 220- 240V 120 120 Power Piec W 1000 1000 1200 1000 1000 1000 1200 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 Connected load for appliance socket W - 2600 / 1300* 2400 / 1100* 2600 / 1300* 1900 750 1100 1300 2600 1300 400 400 Mains frequency Hz 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 50/60 Fuse A 16 / 10* 16 / 10* 16 / 10* 16 / 10* 13 16 10 10 16 10 15 15 Protection grade (moist, dust) IP24 Protection class (electrical) II I I I I I I I I I I I Airflow l/min m3 /h 3600 216 3600 216 3700 220 3600 216 3600 216 3600 216 3700 220 3600 216 3600 216 3600 216 3600 216 3600 216 Vacuum kPa 21 21 23,5 21 21 21 23,5 21 21 21 21 21 Sound pressure level 1 m, EN 60704-1 dB(A)+/-2 72 Working sound level dB(A)+/-2 64 Vibration ISO 5349 m/s²+/-1 <1,5 Weight kg 9 9 9 10,5 9 9 9 10,5 9 9 9 10,5 * DK Specifications and details are subject to change without prior notice. For Japan, the product complies with IEC 60335-1:2001 & IEC 60335-2-2:2002
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DENMARK Nilfisk-Advance A/S Sognevej 25 DK-2605 Brøndby Tel.: (+45) 4323 8100 www.nilfisk-advance.com SALES COMPANIES ARGENTINA Nilfisk-Advance srl. Herrera 1855, 6 floor, Of. A-604 ZC 1293 – Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires – Argentina www.nilfisk-alto.com AUSTRALIA Nilfisk-ALTO Unit 1, 13 Bessemer Street Blacktown NSW 2148 Australia www.nilfisk-alto.com.au AUSTRIA Nilfisk-ALTO Geschäftsbereich der Nilfisk-Advance GmbH Metzgerstraße 68 A-5101 Bergheim/Salzburg www.nilfisk-alto.at BELGIUM Nilfisk-Advance NV/SA Riverside Business Park Boulevard Internationalelaan 55 Bâtiment C3/C4 Gebouw Bruxelles 1070 Brussel www.nilfisk.be CHILE Nilfisk-Advance S.A. San Alfonso 1462, Santiago www.nilfisk.com CHINA Nilfisk-Advance Cleaning Equipment (Shanghai) Co Ltd. No. 4189, Yindu Road Xinzhuang Industrial Park Shanghai 201108 www.nilfisk.cn CZECH REPUBLIC Nilfisk-Advance s.r.o. Do Certous 1 VGP Park Horní Pocernice, Budova H2 CZ-190 00 Praha 9 www.nilfisk.cz DENMARK Nilfisk-ALTO Danmark Industrivej 1 Hadsund, DK-9560 www.nilfisk-alto.dk FINLAND Nilfisk-Advance OY Ab Koskelontie 23E Espoo, FI-02920 www.nilfisk.fi FRANCE Nilfisk-Advance SAS Division ALTO BP 246 91944 Courtaboeuf Cedex www.alto-fr.com GERMANY Nilfisk-ALTO Geschäftsbereich der Nilfisk-Advance AG Guido-Oberdorfer-Straße 10 89287 Bellenberg www.nilfisk-alto.de GREECE Nilfisk-Advance A.E. 8, Thoukididou Str. Argiroupoli,Athens, GR-164 52 www.nilfisk.gr HOLLAND Nilfisk-Advance B.V. Versterkerstraat 5 1322 AN ALMERE www.nilfisk.nl HONG KONG Nilfisk-Advance Ltd. 2001 HK Worsted Mills Ind’l Bldg. 31-39 Wo Tong Tsui St. Hong Kong, Kwai Chung, N.T. www.nilfisk.com HUNGARY Nilfisk-Advance Kereskedelmi Kft. H-2310 Szigetszentmiklós-Lakihegy II. Rákóczi Ferenc út 10. www.nilfisk.hu INDIA Nilfisk-Advance India Limited Pramukh Plaza, ‘B’ Wing, 4th floor, Unit No. 403 Cardinal Gracious Road, Chakala Andheri (East), Mumbai 400 099 www.nilfisk.com IRELAND Nilfisk-Advance 1 Stokes Place St. Stephen’s Green Dublin 2, Ireland www.nilfisk-alto.ie ITALY Nilfisk-Advance S.p.A. Strada Comunale Della Braglia, 18 Guardamiglio, Lombardia, I-26862 www.nilfisk.it JAPAN Nilfisk-Advance Inc. 1-6-6 Kita-Shinyokohama Kouhoku-Ku Yokohama 223-0059 www.nilfisk-advance.co.jp KOREA NIlfisk-Advance Korea 471-4, Kumwon B/D 2F, Gunja-Dong, Gwangjin-Gu, Seoul www.nilfisk-advance.kr MALAYSIA Nilfisk-Advance Sdn Bhd SD 33, Jalan KIP 10 Taman Perindustrian KIP Sri Damansara 52200 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia www.nilfisk.com MEXICO Nilfisk Advance de Mexico S. de R.L. de C.V. Agustin M. Chavez 1, PB-004 Col. Centro Ciudad Santa Fe C.P. 01210 México, D.F. www.nilfisk-advance.com.mx NEW ZEALAND Nilfisk-Advance NZ Ltd Danish House 6 Rockridge Avenue Penrose Auckland NZ 1135 www.nilfisk.com.au NORWAY Nilfisk-Advance AS Bjørnerudvejen 24 Oslo, N-1266 www.nilfisk-alto.no PERU Nilfisk-Advance S.A.C. Calle Boulevard 162, Of. 703, Lima 33- Perú Lima www.nilfisk.com POLAND Nilfisk-Advance Sp. z.o.o ul. 3-go Maja 8, Bud. B4 Pruszków, PL-05-800 www.nilfisk-alto.pl PORTUGAL Nilfisk-Advance, Lda. Sintra Business Park Zona Industrial Da Abrunheira Edificio 1, 1o A Sintra, P-2710-089 www.nilfisk.pt RUSSIA Nilfisk-Advance LLC Vyatskaya str. 27, bld. 7, 1st floor Moscow, 127015 www.nilfisk.ru SOUTH AFRICA WAP South Africa (Pty) Ltd 12 Newton Street 1620 Spartan, Kempton Park www.wap.co.za SINGAPORE Den-Sin 22 Tuas Avenue 2 Singapore www.nilfisk.com SPAIN Nilfisk-Advance, S.A. Torre D’Ara Passeig del Rengle, 5 Plta.10ª Mataró, E-0830222 www.nilfisk.es SWEDEN Nilfisk-Advance AB Taljegårdsgatan 4 431 53 Mölndal Website: www.nilfisk-alto.se SWITZERLAND NA Sondergger AG Nilfisk-ALTO Generalvertretung Mühlestrasse 10 CH-9100 Herisau www.nilfisk-alto.ch TAIWAN Nilfisk-Advance Ltd. Taiwan Branch (H.K.) No. 5, Wan Fang Road, Taipei www.nilfisk-advance.com.tw THAILAND Nilfisk-Advance Co. Ltd. 89 Soi Chokechai-Ruammitr Viphavadee-Rangsit Road Jomphol, Jatuchak Bangkok 10900 www.nilfisk.com TURKEY Nilfisk-Advance Prof. Tem. Ek. Tic. A.S. Serifali Mh. Bayraktar Bulv. Sehit Sk. No:7 Ümraniye, Istanbul 34775 www.nilfisk.com.tr UNITED KINGDOM Nilfisk-ALTO Bowerbank Way, Gilwilly Industrial Estate Penrith, Cumbria GB-CA11 9BQ www.nilfisk-alto.co.uk UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Nilfisk-Advance Middle East Branch SAIF-Zone, P. O. Box 122298 Sharjah www.nilfisk.com USA Nilfisk-Advance 14600 21st Ave. North Plymouth MN 55447-3408 www.nilfisk-alto.us Nilfisk-Advance, Inc. Industrial Vacuum Division 740 Hemlock Road, Suite 100 Morgantown, PA 19543 www.nilfisk-alto.us VIETNAM Nilfisk-Advance Co., Ltd. No.51 Doc Ngu Str. Lieu Giai Ward Ba Dinh Dist. Hanoi www.nilfisk.com HEAD QUARTER

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  • Brand: Nilfisk
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