Metabo TPF 6000 Manual

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P0023IVZ.fm TPF 6000 Betriebsanleitung . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Operating Instruction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Instructions d’utilisation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Handleiding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Manual de uso . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Betjeningsvejledning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26 Bruksanvisning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .30 115 167 1841 / 4900 - 1.0

U2P0023.fm D DEUTSCH ENG ENGLISH KONFORMITÄTSERKLÄRUNG DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Wir erklären in alleiniger Verantwortlichkeit, daß dieses Produkt mit den We herewith declare in our sole repsonsibility that this product complies folgenden Normen übereinstimmt* gemäß den Bestimmungen der with the following standards* in accordance with the regulations of the Richtlinien** undermentioned Directives** F FRANÇAIS NL NEDERLANDS DECLARATION DE CONFORMITE CONFORMITEITSVERKLARING Nous déclarons, sous notre seule responsabilité, que ce produit est en Wij verklaren als enige verantwoordelijke, dat dit product in conformité avec les normes ou documents normatifs suivants* en vertu overeenstemming is met de volgende normen* des dispositions des directives ** conform de bepalingen van de richtlijnen** IT ITALIANO ES ESPAÑOL DICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITÀ DECLARACION DE CONFORMIDAD Noi dichiariamo sotto la nostra esclusiva responsabilità che il presente Declaramos bajo nuestra exclusiva responsabilidad, que el presente prodotto è conforme alle seguenti norme* in conformità con le producto cumple con las siguientes normas* de acuerdo a lo dispuesto disposizioni delle normative ** en las directrices** PT PORTUGUÊS SV SVENSKA DECLARAÇÃO DE CONFORMIDADE FÖRSÄKRAN OM ÖVERENSSTÄMMELSE Declaramos sob nossa responsabilidade que este produto está de Vi försäkrar på eget ansvar att denna produkt överensstämmer med acordo com as seguintes normas* de acordo com as directrizes dos följande standarder* enligt bestämmelserna i direktiven** regulamentos ** FIN SUOMI NO NORGE VAATIMUKSENMUKAISUUSVAKUUTUS SAMSVARSERKLÆRING Vakuutamme, että tämä tuote vastaa seuraavia normeja* on direktiivien Vi erklærer under eget ansvar at dette produkt samsvarer med følgende määräysten mukainen** normer* henhold til bestemmelsene i direktiv** DA DANSK POL POLSKI OVERENSSTEMMELSESATTEST 2 :,$'&=(1,(2=*2'12 &, Hermed erklærer vi på eget ansvar, at dette produkt stemmer overens 2 ZLDGF]DP\]SHáQ RGSRZLHG]LDOQR FL  HQLQLHMV]\SURGXNW ed følgende standarder* iht bestemmelserne i direktiverne** RGSRZLDGDZ\PRJRPQDVW SXM F\FKQRUP ZHGáXJXVWDOH Z\W\F]Q\FK ** EL +1,.$ HU MAGYAR  0(*(*<(= 6e*,1<,/$7.2=$7           .L]iUyODJRVIHOHO VVpJQNWXGDWiEDQH]HQQHOLJD]ROMXNKRJ\H]D   termék kielégíti az alábbi szabványokban lefektetett követelményeket*       PHJIHOHOD]DOiEELLUiQ\HOYHNHO tUiVDLQDN  TPF 6000 * EN 60335-2-41, EN 60055-2, -3, EN 55014, EN 50082-1 ** 98/37/EG, 73/23/EWG, 89/336/EW, 93/68/EWG Jürgen Kusserow Vorstand ELEKTRA BECKUM AG – Daimlerstraße 1 – 49716 Meppen 1001000/ 00 2

Xp0014e1.fm Operating Instruction ENGLISH ENGLISH 1. Machine Overview 1 2 11 3 7 4 10 9 8 6 5 1 Handle / cable eye 2 Pump casing 3 Discharge port 4 Multi adaptor 5 Elbow 6 Valve flap 7 Metal ring 8 Suction inlet 9 Tubbing ring 10 Power cable with plug 11 Vent opening 8

ENGLISH Place extension cable so that it can not Table of Contents Caution! get into the fluid to be pumped. 1. Machine Overview ...................... 8 The max. permissible fluid temperature Always unplug before servicing the is 35 °C. 2. Please Read First!....................... 9 pump. Pumping liquids containing abrasives 3. Range of Application and Media .................................... 9 (such as sand) reduces the service life of the pump.  Danger by pump failings! 4. Safety ........................................... 9 Before each use check the pump, espe- cially the power cable and plug for possi- 4.1 Specified conditions of use ........... 9 4. Safety ble damage. Risk of fatal electric shock! 4.2 General safety instructions ........... 9 4.1 Specified conditions of A damaged pump must be workmanlike 5. Prior to Operation ....................... 9 repaired before it can be used again. use 5.1 Discharge hose connection .......... 9 Do not attempt to repair the pump your- This pump must not be used to supply 5.2 Installation..................................... 9 drinking water or for pumping foodstuff. self! When repaired inexpertly there is a 6. Operation................................... 10 hazard of fluid entering the electrical Explosive, flammable, aggressive fluids parts of the pump. 6.1 Switching ON and OFF............... 10 or substances detrimental to health and 6.2 Pump characteristic curve .......... 10 sewage must not be pumped. 7. Care and Maintenance.............. 10 This pump is not suitable for commercial 5. Prior to Operation or industrial applications. 5.1 Discharge hose connec- 7.1 Periodic maintenance ................. 10 Any other use is not as specified. Use tion 7.2 Pump storage ............................. 10 not as specified, alteration of the pump 8. Trouble Shooting ...................... 10 1. Insert check valve (12) into the or use of parts that are not approved by elbow (13) as illustrated. 8.1 Fault finding ................................ 10 the equipment manufacturer, can cause The check valve's flap must open in 9. Repairs....................................... 10 unforeseeable damage! the direction indicated by the arrow. 10. Environmental Protection ........ 11 4.2 General safety instruc- (The marking "UP" must face the 11. Technical Specifications.......... 11 tions elbow). Children, juveniles and persons not fam- 2. Insert metal ring (14). ilar with the instructions are not permit- 3. Attacht elbow (13) to the discharge 2. Please Read First! ted to operate the pump. port (15). • Read these instructions before use. 4. Connect discharge hose to the When used in swimming pools and gar- Pay special attention to the safety elbow. den ponds and their range of protection, instructions. the regulations according to DIN VDE • Disregard of the instructions renders 0100 -702, -738 are to be observed. the warranty null and void; the Also all local regulations pertaining to equipment manufacturer is not liable the safe operation of submersible pumps for any damage resulting from disre- are to be observed. 15 gard of the instructions. The following residual risks do principally 14 • If you notice transport damage while exist when operating submersible unpacking, notify your supplier pumps and can not be fully eliminated – 12 immediately. Do not operate the even by employing safety devices. machine! • Dispose of the packing in an envi- ronmentally friendly manner. Take  Hazard by ambient conditions! Do not use the pump in hazardous loca- 13 to a proper collecting point. tions or near inflammable liquids and • Save these instructions - refer to gases! them when in doubt. 5.2 Installation • If you lend or sell this machine be sure to have the instructions go with  Danger! Risk of electric shock! • Space required approx. 30 cm x 30 cm. Do not touch the plug with wet hands! To it. unplug always pull at the plug, not the • The pump must not be submerged power cable. deeper into water then stated in the "Technical Specifications". 3. Range of Application and Connect only to an earthed outlet that is properly installed, earthed and tested. • Place pump so that the suction inlet Media can not be blocked by foreign Mains voltage and fuse protection must This pump is intended for pumping water correspond to those stated in the "Tech- objects (stand on a base, if neces- in domestic applications, such as nical Specications". sary). − pumping containers, sumps and Protection must be provided by a resid- • Ensure sufficient upright stability. flooded basements – the special ual current device (RCD) of max. 30 mA • The submersible pump can be oper- design allows for pumping down to a capacity. ated with or without tubbing ring very low standing water level; (16). When used without tubbing Use only extension cables of sufficient − fountain pumps; lead cross section (see "Technical Spec- ring pumping to a minimal standing − circulation to avoid putrefaction; ifications"). Unroll cable reels fully. water level is possible. − feeding false rivulets and brooks. Do not buckle, squeeze, drag or drive over power cable and extension cables; protect from sharp edges. 9

ENGLISH 7.2 Pump storage 7. Care and Maintenance Caution!  Danger! Prior to all servicing: Frost damages the pump and accessories, as both always contain − Switch Off. water! − Unplug. • When there is danger of freezing Service and repair work other than remove pump and accessories and described here must be left to quali- store at a frost-proof location. fied specialists. 7.1 Periodic maintenance 8. Trouble Shooting 16 For the pump to function perfectly at any time periodic maintenance is required.  Danger! Prior to all servicing: Caution! This also applies if the pump is used − Switch Off. Do not lift pump at the cable or under heavy conditions, but does not run for extended periods of time (e.g. when − Unplug. discharge hose; both are not desig- ned for the tensile load by the weight used in well drains): 8.1 Fault finding of the pump. Yearly service Pump does not run: 1. Let tubbing ring engage at or 1. Check pump casing and cables for • No mains voltage. remove from the pump bottom, as damage. required. − Check cables, plug, outlet and 2. Rinse pump with clear water. mains fuse. 2. Lower pump to the bottom of the Remove persistant soiling, e.g. fluid container. When using the • Mains voltage too low. algae desposits, with brush and pump in a deep tank, use a strong − Use only extension cables with dishwashing liquid. rope attached to the pump’s cable sufficient lead cross section (see 3. To flush the inside of the pump, "Technical Specifications"). eye to lower the pump. place it into a container filled with The pump can also be operated • Motor overheated, motor protection clear water and switch ON briefly. when suspended by a rope. relay tripped. 3. To start the submersible pump plug Impeller cleaning − Remove cause for overheating power cable in. 1. Remove tubbing ring (17) and bot- (fluid pumped too hot? Pump tom part (18) of pump as illustrated. blocked by foreign objects?) 4. Unplug to stop the pump. − After cooling off the pump will switch ON again. 6. Operation Motor hums but does not start: 6.1 Switching ON and OFF • Pump blocked by foreign object. • The submersible pump will start − Clean pump. pumping as soon as it is being con- nected to the mains. 19 Pump does not pump properly: • Delivery head too high. • The submersible pump is switched OFF by unplugging. − Observe max. delivery head (see 18 "Technical Specifications"). Caution! • Discharge hose kinked. To avoid the pump running − Straighten discharge hose. dry, unplug before air is being pri- med. • Discharge hose leaky. − Seal discharge hose, tighten 6.2 Pump characteristic screw fittings. curve 17 Pump runs very noisily: The pump characteristic curve shows • Pump primes air. which pump capacity is possible in dependance on the delivery head. − Ensure there is a sufficient water supply. m − Hold pump at an angle when sub- merging. 6 2. Unscrew nozzle and remove from 5 9. Repairs vent opening (19). 4 3 3. Clean impeller and all accessible inside surface of the casing.  Danger! Repairs to electric tools must Remove any fibres which may have only be carried out by a qualified 2 wound around the impeller shaft. electrician! 1 Remove persistant soiling with Electric tools in need of repair can be brush and dishwashing liquid. sent to an authorised service center in 0 l/h 0 2000 4000 6000 4. Reassemble pump. your country. See spare parts list for address. 10

ENGLISH Please attach a description of the fault to ble raw and plastic materials, which can the electric tool. be recycled. These instructions are printed on chlo- 10. Environmental Protection rine-free bleached paper. The packaging of the pump can be 100 % recycled. Worn out power tools and accessories contain considerable amounts of valua- 11. Technical Specifications Mains voltage V 230 ∼ 1 Frequency Hz 50 Rated output W 250 Rated current A 1,1 Fuse protection min. (time-lag or L-type circuit breaker) A 10 Running capacitor µF 3 -1 Rated speed min 2800 Pump capacity max. l/h 6000 Delivery head max. m 6 Delivery pressure max. bar 0,6 Immersion depth max. m 5 Standing water max. mm 0 Temperature of the primed medium max. °C 35 Degree of protection IP 68 Protection class I Insulation class F Materials Pump casing Polypropylene Pump shaft Stainless steel Impeller Noryl Power cable (HO 5 RN-F) m 10 Discharge port (AG=male, IG=female) 1" AG Dimensions (pump casing) Height mm 250 Width mm 200 Diameter mm 165 Weight kg 3,0 Max. length of extension cable at 3 x 1.0 mm2 lead cross-section m 60 at 3 x 1.5 mm2 lead cross-section m 100 11