MH 2C

Nilfisk MH 2C manual

MH 2C

User manual for the Nilfisk MH 2C in English. This PDF manual has 29 pages.

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MH 1C - MH 2C - MH 2M Instructions for use 0 300 CUTOUT 1 °F 210 80 85 °C 175 105 120 60140 70 160 90 195 100 30 40 50 0 2% 1% 3% 4% 107145403 G (09. 2017)
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CUT OUT 150 °F 210 80 85 300 °C 175 105 120 60140 70160 90 195 0 100 0 30 40 50 2% 1% 3% 4% 0 300 CUTOUT 1 °F 210 80 85 °C 175 105 120 60140 70 160 90 195 100 30 40 50 0 2% 1% 3% 4% 5 7 11 9 2 10 19 20 18 6 3 1 4 8 12 13 14 15 16 17
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4 1) Options / model variants Original instruction Contents 1 Safety instructions...........................................................................................................................5 2 Description........................................................................................................................................6 2.1 Purpose...................................................................................................................................6 2.2 Operating elements.................................................................................................................6 3 Before starting the cleaner..............................................................................................................7 3.1 Setting up the cleaner .............................................................................................................7 3.2 Before use...............................................................................................................................7 3.3 Fill up detergent tank1) .............................................................................................................7 3.4 Fill up fuel tank ........................................................................................................................8 3.5 Connecting the high pressure hose.........................................................................................8 3.6 Connecting the water supply...................................................................................................8 3.7 Electrical connection ...............................................................................................................9 3.8 Antifreeze - before first use .....................................................................................................9 4 Control / Operation.........................................................................................................................10 4.1 Switching on the cleaner .......................................................................................................10 4.2 Connections ..........................................................................................................................10 4.3 Pressure regulation (Ergo Vario Press Gun)1) ....................................................................... 11 4.4 Using cleaning agents........................................................................................................... 11 5 Applications and methods ............................................................................................................12 5.1 Techniques ............................................................................................................................12 5.2 Some typical cleaning tasks..................................................................................................12 6 After using the cleaner ..................................................................................................................14 6.1 Switching off the cleaner and disconnecting supply lines .....................................................14 6.2 Rolling up the electrical lead and storing accessories...........................................................14 6.3 MH 1C Storing the cleaner (below 0°C) ................................................................................14 6.4 MH 2C/MH 2M Storing the cleaner (below 0°C) ...................................................................15 6.5 Transporting the cleaner .......................................................................................................15 7 Maintenance....................................................................................................................................16 7.1 Maintenance plan..................................................................................................................16 7.2 Maintenance work .................................................................................................................16 8 Troubleshooting .............................................................................................................................17 8.1 Indications on Display ...........................................................................................................17 8.2 Other Faults...........................................................................................................................18 9 Further information........................................................................................................................19 9.1 Recycling the cleaner............................................................................................................19 9.2 Guarantee .............................................................................................................................19 9.3 EU Declaration of Conformity................................................................................................19 Specifications ......................................................................................................................407
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5 1) Options / model variants Original instruction 1 Safety instructions Symbols used to mark instructions Before using the high-pressureclean- er, be sure to also read the enclosed operating instruc- tions and keep them within reach at all times. Safety instruc- tions in these operating instruc- tions which must be observed to prevent risks to persons are marked with this danger symbol. This symbol is used to mark safety in- structions that must be observed to pre- vent damage to the machine and its performance. This indicates tips and instruc- tions to simplify work and to en- sure safe operation. High Pressure Washer - SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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6 1) Options / model variants Original instruction 2 Description 2.1 Purpose This high-pressure cleaner has been designed for professional use. It can be used for clean- ing agricultural and construction equipment, stables, vehicles, rusty surfaces, etc. The cleaner has not been ap- proved for cleaning surfaces which comes into contact with food. Chapter 5 describes the use of the high-pressure cleaner for various cleaning jobs. Always use the cleaner as de- scribed in these operating in- structions. Any other use may damage the cleaner or the sur- face to be cleaned or may result in severe injury to persons. MH 1C is for light professional use only. 2.2 Operating elements 1. High pressure hose reel1) 2. Top cover release 3. Cannister for detergent 4. Cable hook 5. Spray lance 6. Supply water connection 7. Spray lance storage 8. Hose hook 9. Tank filler for fuel 10. High pressure hose connection for machines without hose reel 11. Control panel 12. Power ON 13. Fuel low 14. Nilfisk AntiStone low1) 15. Service interval due/expired 16. Boiler overheated 17. Flame sensor is sooted 18. Main switch 19. Temperature controller 20. Detergent metering knob1) See illustration at front of these operating instructions.
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7 1) Options / model variants Original instruction 0 300 CUTOUT 1 °F 210 80 85 °C 175 105 120 6014 0 70 160 90 195 100 30 40 50 0 2% 1% 3% 4% 3 Before starting the cleaner 3.1 Setting up the cleaner Every fuel-burning appliance, such as pressure washers, de- pends upon a proper mix of fuel and air (by weight) for proper combustion. Therefore some adjustment of the air regulation to the burner may be necessary to take account of altitude and the resulting air pressure. This is true whether your fuel is Ker- osene or Diesel. Your Nilfisk hot water pressure washer was thoroughly tested and adjusted for optimum per- formance before it left our fac- tory. The factory is located at ap- proximately 140m (450 ft) above sea level, and the combustion settings are optimal for that el- evation. If your location is higher than 1200m (3900 ft) above sea lev- el, your burner may require re- adjustment for proper perfor- mance and best fuel economy. Contact your Dealer or Nilfisk for assistance. 3.2 Before use 1. Before using the cleaner for the first time, check it care- fully to detect any faults or damage. 2. Run the machine only when it is in perfect condition. 3. The slope on which the high pressure cleaner is placed must not exceed more than 10o in any direction. 3.3 Fill up detergent tank1) 1. Fill up detergent tank with prediluted detergent. Max 10 °
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8 1) Options / model variants Original instruction 3.4 Fill up fuel tank NOTE! At temperatures below 8° C, the fuel oil begins to solidify (paraffin precip- itation). This can lead to difficulties in starting the burner. Before the winter period either add a solidifica- tion point / flow improver (available from the fuel oil trade) to the fuel or use winter diesel fuel. With the machine cold: Fill fuel tank from a clean con- tainer with a fresh fuel, heating oil, DIN 51603-1 (without bio diesel) or Diesel EN 590 (Diesel with a bio diesel content up to 7%). Diesel according to EN 590 (up to 7% bio diesel) can be used with the following restrictions: Maximum storage time in high pressure cleaner diesel tank: 1 month. Diesel stored externally for more than 6 months is not allowed to be filled into Nilfisk high pres- sure cleaners. Diesel EN 590 is not recom- mended for use in HPW's at an ambient temperature below 0°C. Diesel EN 590 from an open container must not be used. The fuel must be free from con- tamination. Be careful not to damage the fuel tank filter to avoid dirt entering in the tank 3.5 Connecting the high pressure hose 1. Put the quick connector of the high pressure hose onto the nipple on the cleaner.1) 3.6 Connecting the water supply 1. Rinse the water supply hose briefly in order to prevent sand an other dirt particles entering into the machine. 2. Connect water supply hose to the machine. 3. Open water tap. In the case of poor water quality (sand, etc.), we recommend that a fine water filter is fitted in the water inlet. We recommend the use of a textile- reinforced water hose with a nomi- nal diameter of min. 3/4" (19 mm).
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9 1) Options / model variants Original instruction 3.7 Electrical connection CAUTION! When using cable reels: 1. Due to the risk of overheat- ing and fire, always unwind the power supply cord fully. The cleaner may only be con- nected to a correctly installed electrical installation. 1. Observe safety instructions in chapter 1. 2. Put the plug into the electrical socket. 3.8 Antifreeze - before first use The machine is protected with anti-freeze from the factory. Catch the liquid discharging at first (approx. 5 l) for re-use in a container.
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10 1) Options / model variants Original instruction 4 Control / Operation 4.1 Switching on the cleaner 1. Move the main switch into position 'Cold Water' (A) The control electronics sys- tem performs a self-test, all the LEDs light up once. The motor starts lights up. 2. Ventilate the machine for air by activating the spray gun 3. When the water flow is even, continue with the following steps NOTE! Always remove any dirt from the nipple before connecting the spray lance to the spray gun. A C B 4.2 Connections 4.2.1 Connecting the spray lance to the spray gun 1. Pull the blue quick-release grip (A) of the spray gun backwards. 2. Insert the nipple of the spray lance (B) into the quick- release connection and re- lease it. 3. Pull the spray lance (or other accessory) forwards to check that it is securely attached to the spray gun. 0 A B 1. Replace the standard noz- zle with the steam spray nozzle (See catalogue for accessories). 2. Open cover. 3. Turn the twist grip on the safety control block comple- tely to the left (anticlockwise direction). 4. Turn the main switch into position ‘Hot Water’. 5. Select temperature (over 100°C). BAR 4.2.3 Steam operation (over 100°C)1) Beware of hot water and steam discharge up to 150°C when operating in steam stage. 4.2.2 Hot water operation (up to 100°C) IMPORTANT! In the case of appliances with a hose reel: In hot water mode, unwind the high-pressure hose fully from the hose reel, as otherwise the hose reel may become warped due to the effects of the heat. 1. Move main switch into the position 'Hot Water' (B) and select the required tempera- ture on the temperature con- trol 2. Unlock the spray gun and ac- tuate it The burner switches on. In case of interruptions in work: Also be sure to insert the safety catch even during short interrup- tions in work (see Fig. in section 6.1)
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11 1) Options / model variants Original instruction 4.3 Pressure regulation (Ergo Vario Press Gun)1) 1. Operate the Vario trigger in order to vary the water flow and thereby the pressure. 2. Push the trigger forwards to obtain full pressure and flow. 4.4 Using cleaning agents 0 2% 1% 3% 4% For safety reasons, never tie back or wedge open the trigger of the spray gun in open position during operation. The trigger must be free to close when released, thus interrupting the flow of the water. CAUTION! Never allow cleaning agent to dry on the surface to be cleaned. The surface may be damaged. For special applications (e.g. disinfec- tion) the exact detergent concentration has to be determined by measuring cup. MH 1C Cleaning agent can be drawn in via the injector installed as standard only in low-pressure mode: 1. Dilute cleaning agent accord- ing to the manufacturer‘s in- structions. 2. Turn cap of the FlexoPow- erPlus nozzle head towards „CHEM“ up to the stop. 3. The intaken volume of clean- ing agent can be regulated by turning the metering valve. 4. Main switch Turn the switch to position " I ". 5. Operate the spray gun. MH 2C/MH 2M 1. Set the desired concentra- tion of cleansing agent at the cleansing agent dosing facil- ity. 2. Spraytheobjecttobecleaned. 3. Allow the cleaning agent to work, depending on the de- gree of soiling. Then rinse off with the high pressure spray jet.
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12 1) Options / model variants Original instruction 5 Applications and methods 5.1 Techniques Efficient high pressure cleaning is achieved by following a few guidelines, combined with your own personal experience of specific cleaning tasks. Accessories and detergents, when correctly chosen, can increase the efficiency of your pressure washer. Here is some basic information about cleaning. 5.1.1 Soaking Encrusted or thick layers of dirt can be loosened or softened by a period of soaking. An ideal method within agriculture – for example, within pig sties. The soaking method can be achieved by use of foam or simple alkaline detergent. Let the product lie on the dirty surfaces for around 15 minutes before pressure washing. The result will be a much quicker high pressure cleaning process. Foam or detergent should be applied onto dry surfaces (not in direct sun light) so that the chemical product is in direct contact with the dirt. Detergents are applied from bottom to top, for example on a car bodywork, in order to avoid “super clean” areas, where the detergent collects in higher concentration and streams downwards. Let the detergent work for several minutes before rinsing but never let it dry on the surface being cleaned. 5.1.2 Detergent and Foam 5.1.3 Temperature Detergents are more effective at higher temperatures. Greases, oils and fats can be broken down more easily at higher temperatures also. Proteins can be cleaned at temperatures of around 60°C. Oils, traffic film around 70°C, and grease can be cleaned at 80°C - 90° C. 5.1.4 Mechanical Effect In order to break down tough layers of dirt, additional mechanical effect may be required. Special lances and rotary or wash brushes offer this supplementary effect that cuts through dirt. 5.1.5 High Water Flow or High Pressure High pressure is not always the best solution and high pressure may damage surfaces. The cleaning effect also depends upon water flow. Pressure levels of around 100 bar may be sufficient for vehicle cleaning (in association with hot water). Higher flow levels give the possibility to rinse and flush away large amounts of dirt easily. 5.2 Some typical cleaning tasks 5.2.1 Agriculture Task Accessories Method Stables Pig Pens, Sties Cleaning of walls, floors and equip- ment Disinfectant Chemical Foam Injec- tors Foam lance Powerspeed lance Floor Cleaner Detergents Universal Alkafoam Disinfectant DES 3000 1. Soaking – apply foam to all surfaces (bottom to top) and wait for approx. 15 minutes. 2. Remove the dirt from surfaces with the high pressure lance or chosen accessory. Again, clean from bottom to top on vertical surfaces. 3. To flush away large quantities of dirt, change to low pressure mode and use the higher flow to push away the dirt. 4. Use recommended disinfectant products and methods to ensure hygiene. Apply DES 3000 disinfectant once the surfaces are perfectly clean. Machinery Tractors ploughs etc. Detergent injection Powerspeed lances Curved lances and un- derchassis washers Brushes 1. Apply detergent to vehicle or equipment surfaces in order to soften up dirt and grime. Apply from bottom to top. 2. Proceed with cleaning using the high pressure lance. Clean again from bottom to top. Use accessories to clean in difficult to reach places. 3. Clean fragile areas such as motors, rubber at lower pressure levels to avoid damage.
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13 1) Options / model variants Original instruction 5.2.2 Vehicle Task Accessories Method Vehicle bodywork Standard lance Detergent injection Curved lances and un- derchassis washers brushes Detergents Aktive Shampoo Aktive Foam Sapphire Super Plus Aktive Wax Allosil RimTop 1. Apply detergent to vehicle or equipment surfaces in order to soften up dirt and grime. Apply from bottom to top. In cases of particularly dirty vehicles, pre-spray with a product such asAllosil in order to remove traces of insects etc, then rinse at low pressure and apply normal car cleaning detergent. Let detergents settle for 5 minutes before cleaning off. Metallic surfaces can be cleaned using RimTop. 2. Proceed with cleaning using the high pressure lance. Clean again from bottom to top. Use accessories to clean in difficult to reach places. Use brushes in order to add a mechanical cleaning effect. Short lances can help for cleaning of motors and wheel arches. Curved lances or undercarriage washers can be valuable for the cleaning of car underchassis and wheel arches. 3. Clean fragile areas such as motors, rubber at lower pressure levels to avoid damage. 4. Apply a liquid wax using the pressure washer in order to protect the bodywork from pollution. 5.2.3 Buildings and Equipment Task Accessories Method General surfaces Metallic equipment Foam injectors Standard lance Curved lances Tank cleaning head Detergents Intensive J25 Multi Combi Aktive Alkafoam Disinfectant DES 3000 1. Apply thick foam over the surfaces to be cleaned. Apply on dry surfaces. Apply from top to bottom on vertical surfaces. Let the foam act for up to 30 minutes for the optimal effect. 2. Proceed with cleaning using the high pressure lance. Use applicable accessories. Use high pressure to dislodge large amounts of incrusted dirt or grime. Use lower pressure and high water volume in order to rapidly flush away loose dirt and rinse surfaces. 3. Apply DES 3000 disinfectant once the surfaces are perfectly clean. Areas covered by amounts of loose dirt, such as animal remains in slaughterhouses, can be cleaned by using high water flow to flush away the dirt to evacuation pits or drains. Tank cleaning heads can be used to clean barrels, vats, mixing tanks etc. Cleaning heads may be hydraulically or electrically powered and give the possibility for automatic cleaning without a constant user. Rusted or damag- es surfaces prior to treatment Wet Sandblasting equipment 1. Connect the sandblasting lance to the pressure washer and place the suction tube in the sand. 2. Always wear protective equipment during sandblast- ing. 3. Spray the surfaces to be treated with the mix of water and sand. Rust, paint etc will be stripped off. These are merely several examples of cleaning tasks that can be solved by a pressure washer in asso- ciation with accessories and detergents. Each cleaning task is different. Please consult your local dealer or Nilfisk representative in order to discuss the best solution for your own cleaning tasks.
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14 1) Options / model variants Original instruction 6.1 Switching off the cleaner and disconnecting supply lines 6 After using the cleaner 6.2 Rolling up the electrical lead and storing accessories To prevent accidents, always carefully roll up the electri- cal lead and the high pressure hose. Place the spray lance into the storage position. 1. Close water tap. 2. Activate spray gun without lance in order to empty all residual water in the system. 3. Turn the main switch to posi- tion „OFF“. 4. Pull out the plug from the electrical socket. 5. Squeeze the spray gun han- dle until the cleaner is de- pressurised. 6. Lock the safety catch on the spray gun. 7. Remove the water hose from the cleaner. 6.3 MH 1C Storing the cleaner (below 0°C) Store the cleaner in a dry room without danger of frost or protect as below: 1. Remove the water inlet hose from the water supply. 2. Place the water inlet hose in a bucket containing an anti- freeze. 3. Remove the spray lance. 4. Switch on the cleaner with the main switch in position "Cold Water". 5. Operate the spray gun. 6. During suction operate the spray gun two or three times. 7. The machine is protected against frost when antifreeze solution emerges from the spray gun. 8. Lock the safety catch on the spray gun. 9. Remove the water inlet hose from the bucket 10.Switch off the cleaner and store it in upright position. 11.When the machine is put into service again, the antifreeze solution must be collected and stored for future or prop- er disposal.
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15 1) Options / model variants Original instruction 6.5 Transporting the cleaner The machine can be in either upright position or tilted position during transportation. Use the fixing points (B) when securing with belts. Notice the risk of leaking water by sudden heavy movements during transportation. B B 6.4 MH 2C/MH 2M Storing the cleaner (below 0°C) Store the cleaner in a dry room without danger of frost or protect as below: 1. Remove the water inlet hose from the cleaner. 2. Remove the spray lance. 3. Switch on the cleaner with the main switch in position "Cold Water". 4. Operate the spray gun. 5. Open the cover (A) 6. Gradually pour antifreeze (approx. 5 litres) into the wa- ter tank. 7. During suction operate the spray gun two or three times. 8. The machine is protected against frost when antifreeze solution emerges from the spray gun. 9. Lock the safety catch on the spray gun. 10.Close the cover 11.Switch off the cleaner. 12.To avoid any risks, store the cleaner temporarily in a heat- ed room in upright position. 13.When the machine is put into service again, the antifreeze solution can be collected and stored for future use. A
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16 1) Options / model variants Original instruction 7.2.4 Flame sensor1) 7 Maintenance 7.1 Maintenance plan Maintain water filters and fuel fil- ters as required. 7.2 Maintenance work 7.2.1 Water filters Awater filter is fitted on the water inlet to prevent large particles of dirt from entering into the pump. 1. Unscrew quick coupling with tool. 2. Remove filter and clean it. 3. Remount the filter and quick coupling 7.2.2 Maintenance of fuel filter 1. Open hose clips 2. Replace fuel filter 3. Close hose clips 4. Dispose the cleaning solu- tion/damaged filter in ac- cordance with the disposal regulations 7.2.3 Emptying the fuel tank 1. Unscrew the cap 2. Remove the strain 3. Tilt the machine to a horizontal position 4. Let the fuel pour into an empty container 1. Dismount the sensor and clean with a soft cloth. 2. Ensure that the sensor is correctly seated when install- ing again - the symbols must face upwards.
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17 1) Options / model variants Original instruction 8 Troubleshooting 8.1 Indications on Display Indication lights Cause Remedy > > The light is constant - The appliance is ready for operation Flashing light - Flow sensor fault - Water tap closed or water shortage - Detergent tank empty - Pressure regulation on the safety control blocks or the VarioPress1) lance is set to low water volume - Machine scaled - Spray gun is leaking - High pressure hose, coupling or line system is leaking - Motor is overheated3) > Refuel detergent or set SDR value to “0“ Turn main switch to position “OFF“ - let the machine cool down Remove/disconnect exten- sion cable > Constant light - Low fuel level > > Top up fuel Cold water operation is pos- sible > Flashing light - Low Nilfisk AntiStone level1) > Top up Nilfisk AntiStone > > Constant light - Service interval has expired Flashing light - Service interval due in 20 hours - Microprocessor error > > > Contact Nilfisk Service Contact Nilfisk Service Machine shutdown > Constant light - Boiler overheated. Exhaust sensor (EXT-H) has cut off fuel supply - Insufficient water flow - Machine scaled - Boiler not serviced > > > Machine shuts down. Cold water operation is possible. Check water supply Contact Nilfisk Service > Constant light - Flame sensor (B7) is sooted - Ignition or fuel system failure > > > Clean flame sensor (B7) (see chapter 7.2.4) Contact Nilfisk Service Cold water operation is pos- sible 3) For MH 1C only. For MH 2C/MH 2M overheating warning see next page.
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18 1) Options / model variants Original instruction 8.2 Other Faults Fault Cause Remedy not ON > Plug not connected to the electri- cal plug socket • Put the plug into the electrical socket. • Check fuse Pressure too low > High pressure nozzle worn out • Replace nozzle > Pressure regulation set to low pressure or VarioPress-lance1) set to low water volume1) . • Turn the twist grip on safety control block clockwise (+) or set VarioPress- lance1) to higher water volume (see chapter 4.4) Machine is running with pul- sating pressure and makes knocking noise > Pump has drawn in air as the detergent tank is empty • Close detergent valve. Remove lance from gun. Operate spray gun and let machine run until air in pump is gone and the machine is running normally again. No detergent drawn in > Detergent tank empty • Top up detergent tank > Dirt in detergent tank • Clean detergent tank > Suction valve at cleaning agent inlet soiled • Remove suction valve and clean or replace Burner soots up > fuel contamination • Contact Nilfisk Service > Burner sooted or adjustment incorrect Indication lights Cause Remedy > No indication and main switch is on - Motor is overheated - Main fuse has blown • • Turn main switch to position “OFF“ - let the machine cool down Remove/disconnect extension cable Possible phase failure on 3 phase variants1) : have electri- cal connection checked Contact Nilfisk Service Check main fuse > Flashing light - Faulty temperature sen- sor (B1) • • • Cold water operation is pos- sible Check wire to temperature sensor (B1) Contact Nilfisk Service > Flashing light - Flow sensor fault • • Cold water operation is pos- sible Contact Nilfisk Service > Flashing light - Overheat error has oc- curred • • Cold water operation is pos- sible Contact Nilfisk Service > Visual test of lamps - When switching on, all LEDs light up for approximately 1 second
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19 1) Options / model variants Original instruction The cleaner contains valuable materials that should be recy- cled. Therefore, make use of your local waste disposal site. Contact your local authorities or your nearest dealer for further information. 9.2 Guarantee Our general conditions of busi- ness are applicable with regard to the guarantee. Subject to change as a result of technical advances. The guarantee is invalidated if the machine is not operated in accordance with these instruc- tions or otherwise abused. The guarantee is invalidated if the machine is not serviced as de- scribed. 9 Further information 9.1 Recycling the cleaner If the cleaner is discarded, make it unusable immediately 1. Unplug the cleaner and cut the power cord. 9.3 EU Declaration of Conformity We, Nilfisk A/S Kornmarksvej 1 DK-2605 Broendby DENMARK Hereby declare that the Products: HPW - Professional - Mobile - El Description: 230V/50Hz, 400V/3~/50Hz, IPX5 Type: MH 1C*, MH 2C*, MH 2M* Are in compliance with the following standards: EN 60335-1:2012+A11:2014 EN 60335-2-79:2012 EN 55014-1:2006+A1:2009+A2:2011 EN 55014-2:2015 EN 61000-3-2:2014 EN 61000-3-11:2000 Following the provisions of: 2006/42/EC 2014/30/EU 2000/14/EC – Conformity assessment procedure according to Annex V. - Measured sound power level: 77-81,6 dB(A) - Guaranteed sound power level: 89,5-93,5 dB(A) Hadsund, 02-09-2016 Anton Sørensen Senior Vice President, Global R&D
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407 Specifications MH 1C-110/600 MH 1C-110/600 MH 2C-90/670 X MH 2C-145/600 1 EU GB GB EU 2 V/ph/Hz 230/1/ 50 230/1/ 50 230/1/ 50 230/1/ 50 3 A C 16 C 13 C 13 C 16 4 kW кВт 2,8 2,8 2,9 3,4 5 A A 12 12 12,4 14,5 6 PIEC bar (MPa) Бар (МПа) 巴(兆帕) 110 110 90 145 7 QIEC l/min л/мин 升/分钟 9,0 9,0 10,7 8,8 8 Pmax bar (MPa) Бар (МПа) 巴(兆帕) 165 165 135 218 9 QMAX l/min 10,0 10,0 11,2 10,0 10 NT 0400 NT 0400 NT 0530 NT 0340 11 °C (°F) 80/- 80/- 90/150 90/150 12 tmax °C (°F) 40 13 pmax bar (MPa) Бар (МПа) 巴(兆帕) 10 14 mm 毫米 607/688/1000 607/688/1000 607/688/1071 607/688/1000 15 kg кг 94 94 112 110 16 LPA KpA = 3 dB dB(A) дБ(A) 74 74 76,6 77 17 LWA KWA = 3 dB dB(A) дБ(A) 88,0 88,0 88,2 89,8 18 ah (ISO 5349 ah ) m/s2 米/秒² <1,5; +/-1 <1,5; +/-1 <1,5; +/-1 <1,5; +/-1 19 N 17,6 17,6 18,2 20,8 20 L л 升 0,10 Agip Rotra 0,10 Agip Rotra 0,20 Agip Rotra 0,20 Agip Rotra 21 kW кВт 36 36 44 36 22 L/л/升 17 23 L/л/升 A: 5 (int.) A: 5 (int.) A: 5 (int.) A: 5 (int.)
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409 Specifications MH 2M-155/660 X MH 2C-170/690 MH 2C-170/690 X MH 2C-170/690 X 1 EU EU EU NO 2 V/ph/Hz 400/3/50 400/3/50 400/3/50 230/400/3/50 3 A C 16 C 16 C 16 C 16 4 kW кВт 3,8 4,1 4,1 4,1 5 A A 8 8 8 14,3/8 6 PIEC bar (MPa) Бар (МПа) 巴(兆帕) 155 170 170 170 7 QIEC l/min л/мин 升/分钟 10,0 10,5 10,5 10,5 8 Pmax bar (MPa) Бар (МПа) 巴(兆帕) 233 250 250 250 9 QMAX l/min 11,0 11,5 11,5 11,5 10 NT 0350 NT 0370 NT 0370 NT 0370 11 °C (°F) 80/- 90/150 90/150 90/150 12 tmax °C (°F) 40 13 pmax bar (MPa) Бар (МПа) 巴(兆帕) 10 14 mm 毫米 607/688/1071 607/688/1000 607/688/1071 607/688/1071 15 kg кг 99 110 112 112 16 LPA KpA = 3 dB dB(A) дБ(A) 74,3 80 80 80 17 LWA KWA = 3 dB dB(A) дБ(A) 88,8 92,5 92,5 92,5 18 ah (ISO 5349 ah ) m/s2 米/秒² <1,5; +/-1 <1,5; +/-1 <1,5; +/-1 <1,5; +/-1 19 N 24,0 27,1 26,3 26,3 20 L л 升 0,23 Agip Rotra 0,20 Agip Rotra 0,20 Agip Rotra 0,20 Agip Rotra 21 kW кВт 44 44 44 44 22 L/л/升 17 23 L/л/升 A: 5 (int.) A: 5 (int.) A: 5 (int.) A: 5 (int.)
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410 Specifications MH 2C-190/780 MH 2C-190/780 X MH 2C-125/600 MH 2C-145/600 1 EU EU KR AU 2 V/ph/Hz 400/3/50 400/3/50 220/1/60 240/1/50 3 A C 16 C 16 C 16 C 15 4 kW кВт 5,1 5,1 3,2 3,4 5 A A 9 9 14,3 14,5 6 PIEC bar (MPa) Бар (МПа) 巴(兆帕) 190 190 125 145 7 QIEC l/min л/мин 升/分钟 12,2 12,2 9,0 8,8 8 Pmax bar (MPa) Бар (МПа) 巴(兆帕) 250 250 188 218 9 QMAX l/min 13,0 13,0 10,0 10,0 10 NT 0400 NT 0400 NT 0350 NT 0340 11 °C (°F) 90/150 90/150 90/150 90/150 12 tmax °C (°F) 40 13 pmax bar (MPa) Бар (МПа) 巴(兆帕) 10 14 mm 毫米 607/688/1000 607/688/1071 607/688/1000 607/688/1000 15 kg кг 110 112 110 110 16 LPA KpA = 3 dB dB(A) дБ(A) 81,6 81,6 77 77 17 LWA KWA = 3 dB dB(A) дБ(A) 93,5 93,5 89,50 89,8 18 ah (ISO 5349 ah ) m/s2 米/秒² <3,5; +/-1 <3,5; +/-1 <1,5; +/-1 <1,5; +/-1 19 N 32,9 32,0 19,6 20,8 20 L л 升 0,20 Agip Rotra 0,20 Agip Rotra 0,20 Agip Rotra 0,20 Agip Rotra 21 kW кВт 50 50 36 36 22 L/л/升 17 23 L/л/升 A: 5 (int.) A: 5 (int.) A: 5 (int.) A: 5 (int.)
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411 Specifications MH 2C-100/450 1 AU 2 V/ph/Hz 240/1/50 3 A C 10 4 kW кВт 2,2 5 A A 9,6 6 PIEC bar (MPa) Бар (МПа) 巴(兆帕) 100 7 QIEC l/min л/мин 升/分钟 6,7 8 Pmax bar (MPa) Бар (МПа) 巴(兆帕) 150 9 QMAX l/min 7,5 10 25030 11 °C (°F) 90/150 12 tmax °C (°F) 40 13 pmax bar (MPa) Бар (МПа) 巴(兆帕) 10 14 mm 毫米 607/688/1000 15 kg кг 110 16 LPA KpA = 3 dB dB(A) дБ(A) 77 17 LWA KWA = 3 dB dB(A) дБ(A) 89,5 18 ah (ISO 5349 ah ) m/s2 米/秒² <1,5; +/-1 19 N 13,0 20 L л 升 0,20 Agip Rotra 21 kW кВт 32 22 L/л/升 17 23 L/л/升 A: 5 (int.)
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