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Substrate Technology Inc, 1384 Bungalow Rd, Morris IL 60450 USA. 815 941 4800, 815 941 4600 Fax, www substratetechnology com. Operating Manual ECO PREP 500, Table of Contents, 1 0 Technical Data 2. 2 0 Safety Instructions 4, 3 0 General Information 11. 4 0 Transportation 15, 5 0 Starting Up the Machine 16.
6 0 Operation of the Machine 18, 7 0 Maintenance 19. 8 0 Troubleshooting Diagnostics 22, 9 0 STI Reference Guide Procedures 24. Please note The following safety instructions must be followed. as shown in this operating manual Failure to do so may result. in hazard to health or possible death, ECO PREP 500 Operating Manual. 1 0 Technical Data, 1 1 Rating, 1 2 Unit Specifications ECO PREP500. 1 3 Operative Range and Correct Usage, 1 4 Stand by Power Supply.
1 5 Advice for Operators of Grinding Machines, 1 6 Machine Type Designation. 1 1 Rating, Machine Prep Master Grinder, Machine Types ECO PREP500. Manufacturer Substrate Technology, 1384 Bungalow Rd. Morris IL 60450 USA, 815 941 4800, www substratetechnology com. 1 2 Unit Specifications ECO PREP500, Dimensions, Length 41 in 104 cm.
Width 20 in 51 cm, Height 42 in 107 cm, Weight 350 lbs 157 Kg. Connected loads of the electrical system, Power 5 HP. Electrical Connection 230V 60Hz 1 Phase, Yellow Green Wire Ground. Blue Wire Line 1, Brown Wire Line 2, Operating Manual ECO PREP 500. 1 3 Operative Range and Correct Usage, The Prep Master ECO PREP500 is designed to be used on clean dry or wet.
horizontal surfaces without obstacles The machine can not be used for other. purposes The manufacturer will not be liable for damages resulting from such. incorrect usage In case of wrong usage the user is responsible for all risks. 1 4 Stand by Power Supply Generator, If the Prep Master ECO PREP500 is operated using a generator the generator. must be operated in accordance with the current local electrical directives this. applies in special to the protective ground conductor in order to ensure that all. safety devices are functioning and to be able to eliminate possible damage to. electrical components, 1 5 Advice for Operators of Grinding Machines. During the operation of the Prep Master ECO PREP500 it may be possible. to exceed the acceptable noise level of 85 dB A This is dependent on the. different locations and the local circumstances When the noise level is 85 dB A. or more the machine operator and others working near the machine must wear. sound insulating devices, 1 6 Machine Type Designation. Machine Type Prep Master ECO PREP500, Working Width 20 in 50 cm. Drive Manual, Grinding Capacity Variable, Dust Hose Connection 2 in 50mm.
ECO PREP 500 Operating Manual, 2 0 Safety Instructions. 2 1 Explanation of Warnings and Symbols, 2 2 Organizational Measures. 2 3 Personnel Selection and Qualification, 2 4 Safety Precautions Applicable to Different Operating Conditions. 2 5 Repair Work Maintenance Activities and Default Repair on the Job Site. 2 6 Definition of the Safety off Position, 2 7 Dangerous Aspects of the Machine. 2 8 Electrical Engineering Regulations, 2 9 Special Instructions.
The following safety instructions must be followed as shown. here Failure to do so may result in hazard to health or possible. 2 1 Explanation of Warnings and Symbols, The following symbols are used in the operating instructions to highlight areas. of particular importance, Operational Safety, This symbol will be shown in these Operating Instructions next to all safety. precautions that are to be taken in order to ensure prevention of injury Follow. these instructions and take special care in these circumstances In addition to. these instructions the general safety precautions and the local accident prevention. guidelines are also to be followed Please check whether there are special. regulations for the particular job site, Safety Goggles Ear Protection. Information instructions and restrictions with regards to possible risks to persons. or extensive material damages, Electrical Warning, Warning against dangerous voltages. Operating Manual ECO PREP 500, 2 2 Organizational Measures.
The Operating Instructions are to be kept near the location where the machine is. located and must be accessible all the time, In addition to the Operating Instructions general and legal regulations regarding accident. prevention and environmental protection must be with and indicated every time. Such duties may for example relate to the handling of hazardous substances or to the. provision and wearing of personal protection equipment as well as compliance with local. traffic regulations, The Operating Instructions must be supplemented by instructions including the duty. to supervise and report relating to particular local working practices for example work. organization work procedures and personnel allocation. Personnel entrusted with working with the machine must have read the Operating. Instructions before starting the work in particular the chapter about Safety Instructions. These have to be read before starting any work with the machine This particularly applies. to incidental activities such as setting up the machine carrying out maintenance work or. training staff to work with the machine, From time to time the working practices of the staff are to be checked regarding awareness. of safety and hazards, Personnel must tie back long hair and not wear loose clothing or jewelry and rings There is a. risk of injury through getting stuck or being drawn into moving machinery. Use personal protection equipment if necessary or required by regulations. Take notice of all safety and hazard notices on the machine. All safety and hazard notices on the machine must be kept complete and legible. If safety critical changes occur to the machine or its performance the machine must be shut. down immediately The cause of the fault has to be established immediately and has to be. repaired before starting the work again, Changes add ons or conversions of the machine which might have an influence.
to the safety of the machine must not be undertaken without the permission of the. manufacturer, This applies in particular to the fitting and adjustment of safety devices and to welding on. major and load bearing parts, Spare parts must always comply with the technical requirements and the specifications of the. manufacturer This is always guaranteed with original spare parts of the manufacturer. ECO PREP 500 Operating Manual, Inspection intervals and intervals for recurring checks specified in these Operating. Instructions must be complied with At the same time it is necessary to meet the legal. requirements, To perform maintenance work correctly it is important to be equipped with proper tools for the. task in question, The location and the operation of fire extinguishers must be made known on each building.
Take note of the facilities for fire reporting and fighting fires. 2 3 Personnel Selection and Qualification, Fundamental duties. Only reliable personnel are allowed to work on the machine. Only trained personnel can be used to operate the machine Note the statutory minimum. age Specify clearly the responsibilities of personnel for operation setting up servicing and. maintenance work, Make sure that only authorized personnel operate or work on the machine. Select clearly the machine operator Define his her responsibilities also with regard to traffic. safety regulations and empower him her to decline instructions from third parties which are. not complying with the safety requirements, Personnel being trained or made acquainted with the equipment may only be deployed under. constant supervision of an experienced person, Work on the electrical parts of the equipment may only be undertaken by a. skilled electrician or by a trained person under the guidance and supervision. of a skilled electrician as well as in accordance with the electrical engineering. regulations, Operating Manual ECO PREP 500, 2 4 Safety Precautions Applicable to Different Operating Conditions.
Avoid any method of working that impairs safety, All precautions have to be taken that the machine will only be used in a safe and functional. Only operate the machine when all safety devices and related safety. equipment e g detachable safety devices emergency stops and suction. devices are present and operational, The machine has to be checked visually at least once a day for any damage and defects. In the event of operational malfunctions the machine must be shut down immediately and. secured The fault must be rectified before starting the machine again. Secure the work area around the machine in public areas providing a safety. distance of at least 10 feet around the machine, Fault must be rectified immediately. Start up and switch off operations and control devices have to be handled in accordance with. the Operating Instructions, All persons in the proximity of the machine must wear safety glasses with. lateral protection as well as safety shoes Ear protection may be required The. operator is obliged to wear close fitting protective clothing. Use only extension cables for extending the main cable that are sized and marked. in accordance with the overall power consumption of the machine and the valid local. guidelines, Before starting the machine make sure that nobody can be endangered when the machines.
starts running, Do not switch off or remove the exhaust and ventilation devices when the. machine is running, ECO PREP 500 Operating Manual, 2 5 Repair Work Maintenance Activities and Default Repair on the Job Site. Before starting any servicing work on the machine put the machine in the. Safety off position as described in chapter 2 6 in order to prevent the machine. from being switched on accidentally, Please follow any special safety instructions in the various chapters on servicing the. machine See chapter 7, Adjustments servicing and inspection work and inspection intervals specified in these. Operating Instructions as well as any information on the replacement on parts and systems. of the machine must be undertaken and or complied with. These activities can only be undertaken by qualified personnel. Before starting any maintenance or repair work the operator of the machine has to be. informed about it, During all work related to the use the re erection or the adjustment of the machine and of.
the safety devices as well as inspection maintenance and repair the start up and shut off. procedures have to be done in accordance with the Operating Instructions. For the machine to be shut off completely for repair or maintenance work the plug has to be. disconnected in order to prevent the machine from being switched on accidentally. The dust bin of a connected dust collector has to be emptied before transportation Please. handle in accordance with the regulation how to dispose the dust and make sure that you. meet the local regulations, Do not use any aggressive cleaning materials. Use lint free cleaning cloths, Always tighten any screw connection that is undone during servicing and maintenance work. If safety devices need to be dismantled during setting up servicing and repair work these. safety devices must be reinstalled and inspected immediately after completion of the. servicing and repair work, Make sure that process materials and replacement parts are disposed of safely and in an. environmentally friendly manner, Work on the electrical parts of the equipment may only be undertaken by a. skilled electrician or by a trained person under the guidance and supervision. of a skilled electrician as well as in accordance with the electrical engineering. regulations, Make sure that electrical components used for replacement purpose comply with the original.
parts and are correctly adjusted if necessary, Operating Manual ECO PREP 500. 2 6 Definition of the Safety off Position, Definition. The safety off position is the position of the machine when it cannot generate any hazard. Putting the machine in the safety off position means. Switch off the grinder, Switch off the dust collector. Wait for standstill of all drives, Pull out main plugs. Secure the machine against unintended start up, 2 7 Dangerous Aspects of the Machine.
Every machine if it is not used according to the regulations may be hazardous. for operating setting up and service personnel The operating authority is. responsible for compliance with the safety regulations during operation and. maintenance of safety devices supplied with the machine as well as the. provision of appropriate additional safety devices. 2 8 Electrical Engineering Regulations, Never start machine in the tilted position The machine must only be started. when all guards and dust collection parts are attached and machine is. standing flat on work surface, Work on the electrical parts of the equipment may only be undertaken by a. skilled electrician or by a trained person under the guidance and supervision. of a skilled electrician as well as in accordance with the electrical engineering. regulations, Use only extension cables for extending the main cable that are sized and. marked in accordance with the overall power consumption of the machine and. the valid VDE guidelines In case there is any question ask the manufacturer. ECO PREP 500 Operating Manual 2 1 0 Technical Data 1 1 Rating 1 2 Unit Specifications ECO PREP500 1 3 Operative Range and Correct Usage 1 4 Stand by Power Supply

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