Nilfisk GD 320 manual

User manual for the Nilfisk GD 320 in Dutch. This PDF manual has 34 pages.

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INSTRUCTION FOR USE BETRIEBSANLEITUNG INSTRUCTIONS D’UTILISATION INSTRUCCIONES DE MANEJO INSTRUÇÕES DE OPERAÇÃO ISTRUZIONI SULL’USO GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING BRUKSANVISNING DRIFTSINSTRUKS DRIFTSVEJLEDNING KÄYTTÖOHJE GD 320 GWD 320 GWD 335 GWD 350 GWD 375 823 0062 000 P01 Printed in Hungary 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 1 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 1 2008-10-13 14:22:11 2008-10-13 14:22:11
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ENGLISH___________________________ 6-7 Electrical connections, for UK only_____ 8-9 DEUTSCH ________________________ 10-11 FRANÇAIS _______________________ 12-13 ESPAÑOL ________________________ 14-15 PORTUGUÊS _____________________ 16-17 ITALIANO ________________________ 18-19 NEDERLANDS ____________________ 20-21 SVENSKA ________________________ 22-23 NORSK __________________________ 24-25 DANSK __________________________ 26-27 SUOMEKSI _______________________ 28-29 DATA ____________________________ 30-32 DATA GD 320, GWD 320 GWD 335, GWD 350, GWD 375 www.nilfisk.com www.nilfisk.com 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 2 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 2 2008-10-13 14:22:58 2008-10-13 14:22:58
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Handle adjusting Handle adjusting Hose handling Hose handling 4a 2c GWD 320/335 4b 4c 2f GWD 375 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 NOTE! NOTE! R Remove float emove float Lift up Lift up Empty out Empty out Empty out Empty out Drain Drain hose hose NOTE! NOTE! 2 2 Remove top Remove top 2 2 Before operation Before operation Wet Wet pick-up pick-up Dry Dry pick-up pick-up NOTE! NOTE! 2g GWD 350/GWD 375 2 2 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 4 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 4 2008-10-13 14:22:58 2008-10-13 14:22:58
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2a GD 320/335 Power outlet Power outlet 5 2 2 4e 3 5 2 2 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 Two position Two position switch switch E! F Fit float it float Lift up Lift up ut Dust bag Dust bag Cord handling Cord handling E! Switch on Switch on Craftsman version Craftsman version 3Sack filter Sack filter NOTE! NOTE! Storage Storage 5 3Cartr Cartridge filter idge filter Max. 2000W! Max. 2000W! 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 5 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 5 2008-10-13 14:23:03 2008-10-13 14:23:03
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6 • Use only as described in this manual and only with the manufacturer’s recommended attachments. • BEFORE YOU PLUG IN YOUR CLEANER, 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 double 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 qualified 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. IMPORTANT! The machine is equipped with a specially designed cord which if damaged, must be replaced by a cord of the same type. This is avaible at authorised service centres and dealers and must be installed by trained personnel. WARNING! To reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury, please read and follow all safety instructions and caution markings 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 ma- nufacturer before use in order to avoid further damage to the machine or physical injury to the user. • Do not use outdoors. • 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 unplugging. • 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. • Caution: Do not use this appliance for vacuuming dust which may be considered hazardous to health. • Do not use to pick up flammable or combustible liquids such as gasoline, or use in areas where they may be pre sent. • Do not pick up anything that is burning or smoking, such as cigarettes, matches or hot ashes. • This appliance is not to be used by children or persons with reduced physical, sen-sory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction. Children must be super vised not to play with the appliance. • 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 outdoors, or dropped into water, return it to a service center or dealer. N D t W S c P m o N T a r T . v R t t m w d 1 C c p r w t p d n i m m G T l j a h W T t Y a s S C T l t c T o P s P t c t c d DOUBLE-INSULATED APPLIANCES NB! Remove the plug from the socket before performing maintenance. Before using the machine make sure that the frequncy and voltage shown on the rating plate correspond with the mains voltage. Specifications and details are subject to change without prior notice. The accessories shown in the pictures may vary from model to model. This appliance conforms with EC-Directive 89/336/EEC, 93/31/EEC, 73/23/EEC, 93/68/EEC. 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 INSTRUCTIONS. IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS The symbol on the product or packaging indicates that the product must not be treated as domestic refuse. Instead, it should be handed in to a collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic components. By ensuring the product is treated in the correct manner, you will help prevent any negative impact on the environment and health that might arise were the product to be discarded as ordinary refuse. For further information about recycling, you should contact your local authorities, refuse collection service or the sales outlet where you bought the goods. 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 6 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 6 2008-10-13 14:23:12 2008-10-13 14:23:12
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7 h s t NOTE! Dry cleaner shall always have the sack filter mounted in the machine. Wet cleaner (not the GD 320) shall always have the the Sack Filter and the Float System mounted in the ma- chine during both WET AND DRY operations. Please also notice that the fill factor at the container may vary when using a sack filter during wet pick-up operations. NOTE! Before wet pick-up The machine is equipped with a float system that shuts off the airflow through the machine when the maximum liquid level is reached. Never pick up liquid without the float body in place. To control: Loosen the two latches at each side of the motor top . Then remove the motor top. Check that the float basket and float valve are mounted at the motor top. Remounting the motor top: Put back the motor top to the con- tainer. Make sure that the switch/switches is located in direction towards the suction inlet. Then tighten both latches so that the motor top is properly secured. Always use a chemical defoamer when picking up water containing foaming detergents. Use a defoamer recommended by the detergent manufacturer. 1 Starting and operating of the machine Check that the electrical switch is switched off (in position 0). Then connect the suction hose into the suction inlet at the machine by pushing the hose forward until it snaps in place at the inlet (to release the hose from machine just push the release button down- wards and then pull out the hose). 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. Con- nect the plug into a proper electrical outlet. Put the electrical switch into position 1 in order to start the motor. Some variants have two motors/fan units and two electrical switches - one switch for each motor. GWD 350 & GWD 375 Adjusting the handle The handle can be adjusted to the suitable working heigth. Start by loosing the two locking screws at each side of the handle. Then ad- just the handle by moving it upwards or downwards until the proper angle is found. Tighten the both locking screws again to secure the handle Wet pick up The machine is equipped with a float body that shuts of the airflow through the machine when the maximum liquid level is reached. You will then hear a noticeable change of the sound from the motor and notice that the suction power decreases. When this occurs, switch the machine of. Disconnect the machine from the socket. See item number 2 for emptying after wet pick-up. Craftsman versions These variants have an extra electrical outlet for connecting an dril- ling machine or other electrical tools. Max 2000W power consump- tion is allowed at the electrical tool to be connected. Your cleaner can then be used to pick up wooden drillings and similair materials. The electrical outlet is placed under a plastic cover at the front side of the motor top. The electrical switch have two different positions. Position I: normal operation. The machine will be shut off when the switch is placed in position 0. Position II: craftsman operation. The extra electrical outlet is ac- tivated in this position. The vacuum cleaner is now started by first connecting an electrical tool to the electrical outlet and then starting the electrical tool. When the electrical tool is shut off the vacuum cleaner has 10 seconds delayed shut off. The meaning of the delay is to ensure that the cleaner has time to pick-up the material. Emptying GWD 320 GWD 335 2a) Release the latch by pulling the lower parts outwards so that the motor top is released. Lift up the motor top. Remove the sack filter from the cleaner. 2b) Disconnect the hose from the inlet by pressing the button on the hose connection downwards. Then pull out the hose. 2c) Empty by tilting the container backwards and pour the liquids into a floor drain or similar. Wipe the float valve and float basket with a damp cloth before the motor top is reinstalled to the container. 2d) Wipe the float valve and the float basket with a damp cloth. 2e) Put back the sack filter and the motor top to the container. Secure with the latches. Emptying: GWD 350 GWD 375 2f) Drain hose: GWD 375 have a draining hose. Detach the drain hose from the bracket by pulling hose backwards from the cleaner. Place the drain hose end near a floor drain and then remove the plug at hose end. The natural pressure will then drain the liquids from the container. 2g) Emptying from the container: Pull the upper parts of the latches outwards and release the motor top. Remove the motor top. Then remove the sack filter. The suction hose can be attached during emptying from the container. Grasp with one hand at the handle at the lower part of the container. To avoid movement of the trolley - place one foot at the basepart of the trolley. Then tilt the container backwards and pour the liquids into a floor drain or similar. 2h) Wipe the float valve and the float basket with a damp cloth. 2i) Put back the motor top to the container. Make sure that the switch/ switches is located in direction towards the suction inlet. Secure with the latches. 3 Emptying after dry pick-up Remove the plug from the socket before emptying after dry pick- up. Check the filters and dustbag regularly. Release the latches by pulling them outwards so that the motor top is released. Lift 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. Check the motor filter, replace it if it is clogged. Sackfilter:Grasp the sackfilter and lift it up from cleaner. Shake filter so that all dust is removed from the filter. Dustbag: check bag to ensure the fill factor. Replace 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: Put back the motor top to the container. Make sure that the switch/switches is located in direction towards the suction inlet. Secure with the latches. Never pick up dry material without sackfilter or 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. 4 Maintenance of the float system Remove the plug from the socket before performing maintenance. Always empty and clean the container and the float system after picking-up liquids. 4a) Release the latch by pulling them outwards so that the motor top is released. Lift up motor top from container. Turn the motor top to upside down position. 4b)Then loosen the float basket by turning the basket to the left. Remove the complete float system from motor top. 4c) A filter is located in front of the motor inlet. Check this motor filter and HEPA-filter (if fitted). Replace to new filter if filter is clogged. 4d) Wipe the float valve and float basket with a damp cloth before the motor top is reinstalled to the container. Then reinstall the float valve to the float basket. Make sure that the sealed surface of the float valve is installed upwards in direction towards the motor top. 4e) To mount the float basket - fit the arrow at the basket to the arrow at the motor top. Then secure the float basket by turning it to the right. 5 After use Remove the plug from the socket when machine is not in use. Wind up the cord starting from the machine. The power cord can be wound up around the handle/hooks located on the motor top. Some variants have special storage places for accessories. r INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE 2 Emptying after wet pick-up Before emptying the container, unplug the vacuum cleaner. Always empty and clean the container and the float system after picking-up liquids. Never pick up liquid without the float system and sackfilter installed in the machine. 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 7 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 7 2008-10-13 14:23:13 2008-10-13 14:23:13
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8 THIS VACUUM CLEANER is designed, developed and rigo- rously tested to function efficiently and safely when properly maintained and used in accordance with the following instruc- tions. These instructions have been prepared with safety and efficiency paramount. THE MACHINE OPERATOR must be trained by a suitably qualified instructor and must understand these instructions for use, and be made aware of any relevant regulations and legislation in force at the time of use. CAUTION - This machine is not suitable for use in explosive or inflammable atmospheres or where such atmospheres are likely to be produced by the presence of volatile liquid or inflam- mable gas or vapour. CAUTION-Innocircumstancesshouldthepowersupplycordbe wrapped around fingers or any part of the operators person. CAUTION - The electrical supply plug must not be subjected to undue stress by pulling on the power supply cord. Your MACHINE must only be connected to an electrical supply of the same voltage and frequency as indicated on the rating plate. Ensure that the plug fitted to the end of the power supply cord is suitable for your supply socket, if not refer to the informa- tion contained in ‘Electrical Connections’, or consult a qualified electrician. The electrical installation from which the supply is drawn must be maintained to current Institute of Electrical Engineers wiring regulations. PLEASE READ THESE ESSENTIAL INSTRUCTIONS (Only applicable to UK) REGULAR SERVICING AND INSPECTION of your machine must be carried out by suitably qualified personnel in accordancewithrelevantlegislationandregulations.Inparticu- lar,electricaltestsforearthcontinuity,insulationresistance,and condition of the flexible cord should be checked frequently. In the event of any defect, the machine MUST be withdrawn from service, completely checked and repaired. Trained Service Engineers will be pleased to carry out on site servicing on a regular or as requested basis, to ensure the continuing safety and efficiency of your machine. 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 8 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 8 2008-10-13 14:23:14 2008-10-13 14:23:14
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9 This 240 volt 50 Hz. machine are fitted with a 13 amp. 3 pin moulded plug.The plug is fitted with a 13 amp. detachable fuse. The correct replacement for the fuse is identified by marking or colour coding. Only fuses that are ASTA approved to BS 1362 should be fitted. Never use the plug without the fuse cover fitted. 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 appropriate plug fitted. The plug thus cut off MUST BE DESTROYED for safety reasons before being disposed of. Machines built for other voltages and frequencies are not nor- mally 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 following code: 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 letter ‘E’ or by the safety earth symbol or coloured green or green & yellow. This machine is double-insulated and no earth connection is necessary. Thebluewiremustbeconnectedtotheterminalintheplugwhich is marked with the letter ‘N’ or is coloured black or blue. The brown wire which must be connected to the terminal 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. (Only applicable to UK) DOUBLE-INSULATED MACHINES - IMPORTANT ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS n - d n e e 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 9 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 9 2008-10-13 14:23:14 2008-10-13 14:23:14
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31 DATA GD 320 GWD 320, 335 GWD 350 1 motor GWD 350 2 motor GWD 375 1 motor GWD 375 2 motor 220-240V 220-240V 220-240V 220-240V 220-240V 220-240V 1350 1350 1350 1350,2700, 2400* GWD 350 1350,2700, 2400* - IP24 IP24 IP24 IP24 IP24 26 37 42 42/60 42 42/60 24 22 22 22 22 22 265 260 260 260,380 260 260/380 80 82 81 81/86 81 81/86 62 64 64 66 64 66 10 13/17 20 20 22 22 - 20/35 50 50 75 75 7.5 7.7/8.0 20.0 21.5 20.5 22.0 ENGLISH SPECIFICATIONS Rated power W Protection grade (moist, dust) – Protection class (electrical) – Airflow with hose and tube l/sec Vacuum, at nozzle kPa Suction power with hose W Sound power IEC 704 2.1 dB(A) Sound preassure BS 5415 dB(A Dust bag capacity L Tank capacity L Weight, cleaner only Kg Specifications and details are subject to change without prior notice. * Means: The rated power for the AU/NZ two motor variants. DEUTSCH SPEZIFIKATIONEN Nennleistung W Schutzart (Feuchtigkeit, Staub) – Schutzklasse (elektrisch) – Luftstrom mit Schlauch und Rohr l/sec Vakuum, an Düse kPa Saugkraft mit Schlauch W Schallintensität IEC 704 2.1 dB(A) Schalldruck BS 5415 dB(A Fassungsvermögen Staubbeutel L Fassungsvermögen Behälter L Gewicht, nur Gerät Kg Technische Änderungen vorbehalten. * Modelle für AU/NZ. FRANÇAIS CARACTÉRISTIQUES TECHNIQUES Puissance nominale W Classe de protection (humidité, poussière) – Classe de protection (électricité) – Débit avec tuyau et tubes l/sec Aspiration à l’embout kPa Puissance d’aspiration avec tuyau W Puissance sonore IEC 704 2.1 dB(A) Pression sonore BS 5415 dB(A) Capacité sac à poussière l Capacité réservoir l Poids, aspirateur seul kg Les caractéristiques des matérials peuvent être modifiées à tout moment, en fonction de l’évolution technique. * Versions AU/NZ. NEDERLANDS TECHNISCHE GEGEVENS Vermogen W Beschermingsgraad (vocht, stof) – Beschermingsklasse (elektrisch) – Luchtstroom bij slang en buis l/sec Vacuüm, bij mondstuk kPa Zuigkracht bij slang W Geluidsniveau IEC 704 2.1 dB(A) Geluidsdruk BS 5415 dB(A Capaciteit stofzak l Capaciteit tank l Gewicht, alleen stofzuiger kg Specificaties en details kunnen zonder voorafgaande mededeling worden gewijzigd. * Versies voor AU/NZ. GD 320 GWD 320, 335 GWD 350 1 motor GWD 350 2 motor GWD 375 1 motor GWD 375 2 motor 220-240V 220-240V 220-240V 220-240V 220-240V 220-240V 1350 1350 1350 1350,2700, 2400* GWD 350 1350,2700, 2400* - IP24 IP24 IP24 IP24 IP24 26 37 42 42/60 42 42/60 24 22 22 22 22 22 265 260 260 260,380 260 260/380 80 82 81 81/86 81 81/86 62 64 64 66 64 66 10 13/17 20 20 22 22 - 20/35 50 50 75 75 7.5 7.7/8.0 20.0 21.5 20.5 22.0 GD 320 GWD 320, 335 GWD 350 1 moteur GWD 350 2 moteurs GWD 375 1 moteur GWD 375 2 moteurs 220-240V 220-240V 220-240V 220-240V 220-240V 220-240V 1350 1350 1350 1350,2700, 2400* GWD 350 1350,2700, 2400* - IP24 IP24 IP24 IP24 IP24 26 37 42 42/60 42 42/60 24 22 22 22 22 22 265 260 260 260,380 260 260/380 80 82 81 81/86 81 81/86 62 64 64 66 64 66 10 13/17 20 20 22 22 - 20/35 50 50 75 75 7.5 7.7/8.0 20.0 21.5 20.5 22.0 GD 320 GWD 320, 335 GWD 350 1 motor GWD 350 2 motor GWD 375 1 motor GWD 375 2 motor 220-240V 220-240V 220-240V 220-240V 220-240V 220-240V 1350 1350 1350 1350,2700, 2400* GWD 350 1350,2700, 2400* - IP24 IP24 IP24 IP24 IP24 26 37 42 42/60 42 42/60 24 22 22 22 22 22 265 260 260 260,380 260 260/380 80 82 81 81/86 81 81/86 62 64 64 66 64 66 10 13/17 20 20 22 22 - 20/35 50 50 75 75 7.5 7.7/8.0 20.0 21.5 20.5 22.0 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 31 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 31 2008-10-13 14:23:31 2008-10-13 14:23:31
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33 www.nilfisk.com www.nilfisk.com 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 33 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 33 2008-10-13 14:23:32 2008-10-13 14:23:32
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36 Nilfisk-Advance A/S Sognevej 25 DK-2605 Broendby Denmark Tel. +45 43238100 Fax +45 43437700 www.nilfisk.com 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 36 823 0062 000 Instruction for use GWD 300 series EU 1.indd 36 2008-10-13 14:23:37 2008-10-13 14:23:37

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