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Operation Manual TD302 CE This machine is manufactured according to the regulations in the EC

Operation Manual

TD302

Operation Manual TD302 CE This machine is manufactured according to the regulations in the EC DIRECTIVE

CE

This machine is manufactured according to the regulations in the EC DIRECTIVE 2006/42/EC

This manual should be read prior to starting the machine

Aquila Triventek A/S • Industrivej 9 • 5580 Nørre Aaby • Denmark • Tel. 0045 70 22 12 92 • aquila@triventek.com • www.aquila-triventek.com

Index

Introduction

Page

Technical data

3

Description TD302

4

Description Control panel

5

Safety General

6

Preparation

7

Starting work

8

Hot water operation

9

Storage at sub-zero temperatures

10

Storage in sub-zero temperatures - long term

11

Maintenance

12

Problem solving guide

13-14

Oil burner manual

15

Flame surveillance adjustment / Electrode adjustment

16

Exploded view oil burner

17-18

Exploded view oil burner top

19-20

Exploded view hose reel high pressure

21-22

Exploded view hose reel inlet

23-24

Spare parts TD302

25-26

Spare parts operation compartment

27-28

Spare parts engine compartment

29-30

Spare parts electric box

31-32

Unloader valve

33

BKX-Valve

34-35

High pressure pump Hawk HC930A

36-37

Service intervals

38-39

Electrical chart

40

Nozzle/Pressure/Flow chart

41

Pressure loss in high pressure hose

42

Aquila Warranty Policy and Procedures

43

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chart 41 Pressure loss in high pressure hose 42 Aquila Warranty Policy and Procedures 43 2

Technical Data

Working pressure

30-300 bar

Water consumption

9-18 L/min.

Nozzle size

04

Engine

Kubota D722 3 cyl. diesel

High pressure pump

HAWK XLT HC930A

Engine/Pump rpm

3400/1300

Water temperature

99° C

Water tank

346 L.

Fuel tank

77 L.

Weight

520 kg.

Dimensions

L:275 x W: 160 x H:160 cm

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99° C Water tank 346 L. Fuel tank 77 L. Weight 520 kg. Dimensions L:275 x

Description TD302

Description TD302 4

4

Description TD302 4

Description Control panel

1.

2.

3.

Description Control panel 1. 2. 3. 1. Touch screen / PLC 2. System start up button

1. Touch screen / PLC

2. System start up button

3. Emergency button

5

Description Control panel 1. 2. 3. 1. Touch screen / PLC 2. System start up button

Safety - General

This equipment should only be used by responsible adults who have read the instructions and received appropriate training.

Follow national rules and regulations.

Never direct the water-jet at people or electrical installations.

Always work from a stable platform never from a ladder, for instance.

Use only the hoses and nozzles recommended by Aquila Triventek A/S.

Always remember to ensure the pistol grip is locked off during breaks.

Do not dismantle the pistol grip before pressure has dropped and the oil burner has cooled down (See page 9. Stop”)

Do not use the machine in areas where there is a risk of fire and explosion.

The technician room of the machine always has to be closed and locked during operation or shielded so that nobody can touch the moving or electric parts of the machine.

Always use both hands to hold pistol and lance. ALWAYS use lances which are more than 50 cm in length.

Emergency switch is located on the instrument panel.

Do not hesitate to contact Aquila Triventek A/S, should you have any questions concerning defects or other aspects.

IMPORTANT! The engine room is only to be opened at service. Never use it for storage.

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defects or other aspects. IMPORTANT! The engine room is only to be opened at service. Never

Preparation

Open the fibre glass cover on the trailer at the back.

Check and clean the water filter and connections.

Ensure that the water tank has sufficient water (see water level pipe). It is very important that the water tank has sufficient water before starting the engine; otherwise the high pressure pump can be damaged.

Ensure there is sufficient diesel. Never let the diesel level get under ¼ full.

Clean the high pressure hose coupling. Connect pistol grip/spray lance or extension pipe to the high pressure hose reel.

Check that the throttle grip is in the lowest position and that all switches are set at zero/0.

The diesel engine automatically stops if, at any time during operation, the water level drops too low. A red light on the instrument panel will then indicate the reason for the shut-down.

Please note: The oil level /charge control lamp is always on when the engine is not running.

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reason for the shut-down. Please note: The oil level /charge control lamp is always on when

Starting work

Attach spray lance to high pressure hose.

Press system button approximately 10 sec. Press password 1234. Press pre-heating and it turns on. Then press start until engine is started.

Check that the machine is making pressure and sufficient water comes out.

Let the engine run in approx. 5 min. until it reaches operation temperature.

Open the pistol grip/spray lance.

Adjust rpm by pressing rpm. up or down until the desired water output/pressure is achieved. If using nozzles with a smaller hole size than the original, only adjust until the max pressure is achieved, then let it fall about 5-10 bar. This ensures a minimal wear on the by-pass valve and it also brings the diesel consumption and pollution down.

Close the pistol grip/spray lance and pull the high pressure hose to the desired length.

If you wish the fibre glass cover can now be closed and locked.

THE MACHINE IS NOW READY FOR OPERATION.

Stopping

Turn all Switches to zero/0 position.

Press stop button an engine turns off.

Relieve system pressure by releasing pistol grip.

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Switches to zero/0 position. Press stop button an engine turns off. Relieve system pressure by releasing

Hot water operation

Only on machines for which Descalc-system has been bought as optional equipment! Ensure that there is sufficient Aqua-Decalc in the 5 L can under the instrument panel. Change the can if necessary. IMPORTANT! Only use original Aqua-Decalc otherwise there is no warranty on the machine.

Press system button approximately 10 sec. Press password 1234. Press pre-heating and it turns on. Then press start until engine is started.

Let the engine run in approx. 5 min until it reaches operation temperature.

Press oil burner and the page appears. Press set temperature and give in the desired temperature. Press ON When the pistol grip is activated the burner will start. If you wish for different temperature, press set temp and give in the desired temp.

Adjust rpm by pressing rpm. up or down until the desired water output/pressure is achieved. If using nozzles with a smaller hole size than the original, only adjust until the max pressure is achieved, then let it fall about 5-10 bar. This ensures a minimal wear on the by-pass valve and it also brings the diesel consumption and pollution down.

Close the pistol grip/spray lance and pull the high pressure hose to the desired length.

The oil burner will only operate when the trigger is squeezed.

If you wish the fibre glass cover can now be closed and locked.

THE MACHINE IS NOW READY FOR OPERATION.

Stopping

Turn all switches to zero/0 position.

After hot water operating the machine has to cool off. That means that the machine has to operate with cold water for min. 2 min. before drawing off water or dismounting the pistol grip. This it to prevent scaling and help preserve the hose pipes.

Press stop button an engine turns off.

Relieve system pressure by releasing pistol grip.

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help preserve the hose pipes. Press stop button an engine turns off. Relieve system pressure by

Storage at sub-zero temperatures

The machine must be kept in a room without sub-zero temperatures.

IMPORTANT! If not it can result in major damage.

Driving to assignments where there is a risk of frost you must:

IMPORTANT! Can only be used in mild frost conditions of about 0°C.

Ensure there is sufficient diesel.

Connect the high pressure hose to the inlet hose.

The water tank has to be at least half full.

Connect the high pressure hose to the inlet hose.

Press system button approximately 10 sec. Press password 1234. Press pre-heating and it turns on. Then press start until engine is started.

The water is now running pressure less in circulation + engine heat = Protection against mild frost.

NOTE! There has to be used at connection, which can connect the high pressure hose with the inlet hose, so that you get complete circulation.

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used at connection, which can connect the high pressure hose with the inlet hose, so that

Storage in sub-zero temperatures - Long term

Empty the water tank by opening of the bottom tap (in front by the tow pole). Close after emptying.

Fill 15 L concentrated de-icer in the water tank through the lid in the top of the water tank. The de- icer has to be able to be mixed 1 part to 5 parts water and give protection down to -20 o C.

Turn the ignition key to “ON”.

Fill the water tank with water through the normal water filling (to ensure filtration). During filling the machine has to be turn on and off until "min. water level" does not light-up anymore.

Mount pistol grip/spray lance.

Start the engine with open pistol grip. When the coloured de-icer comes out of the nozzle, close the pistol grip.

Stop the engine.

Empty the water filter (by disconnecting)

The machine is now protected in sub-zero temperatures.

Check that the cool system of the diesel engine is sufficiently protected, max. 50% de-icer.

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in sub-zero temperatures. Check that the cool system of the diesel engine is sufficiently protected, max.

Maintenance

Daily check-up, 8 hours:

Water filter should be flushed. Fast-acting couplings should be cleaned and greased.

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Daily check-up, 8 hours: Water filter should be flushed. Fast-acting couplings should be cleaned and greased.

Problem solving guide please also check separate PLC user manual

Cause

Action required

Engine fails to start:

Emergency stop activated

Pull out the emergency stop.

Low water level in tank

Fill with water.

Engine coolent to hot

Low engine oil pressure

Insufficient diesel

Air in diesel system

Alternator not charging

Close the front fibre glass cover.

Let the machine cool off. Check the cooling water level and try again. If repeatedly overheating contact Aquila Triventek A/S or dealer.

Check oil level and refill if necessary.

Fill diesel tank, see also air in diesel system.

The machine ventilates automatically. Let the ignition ON for 2 min. (diesel pump has to click 1 time/sec.) the machine is now ventilated. This has to be done if the machine has been emptied of diesel.

Control V belt on the alternator or contact Aquila Triventek A/S or dealer.

Water in tank to hot

Diesel pump is not working

Diesel filter blocked

Check fuses

Empty water tank and fill whit fresh water

Check electrical installations.

Change diesel filter.

Change defect fuses in instrument panel.

Working pressure too low:

Rpm too low

Adjust to max. rpm.

Nozzle to big

Check nozzle chart.

Pressure fluctuations

Please contact Aquila Triventek A/S or dealer.

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max. rpm. Nozzle to big Check nozzle chart. Pressure fluctuations Please contact Aquila Triventek A/S or

Cause

Action required

Oilburner:

Fails to start:

Burner 1 overheated

Error on temperature sensor.

Burner 2 overheated

Error on temperature sensor.

Flame error burner 1

Turn of the oil burner and try again. If repeatedly failing please contact Aquila Triventek A/S or dealer.

Flame error burner 2

Turn of the oil burner and try again. If repeatedly failing please contact Aquila Triventek A/S or dealer.

Temperature too low

Check nozzle size/Thermostat adjustment.

Rpm too low

Adjust the power. Needs min. 1/4" power.

In the event of other problems, please contact Aquila Triventek A/S or local dealer

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power. Needs min. 1/4" power. In the event of other problems, please contact Aquila Triventek A/S

Adjustment - Manual oil burner

Mount manometer on oil pump (0-25bar). See photo 1. Mount manometer on oil pump (0-25bar). Mount lance with 1504 nozzle. Start engine; give full power Mount lance with 1504 nozzle. Start engine; give full power so that the rpm will be about 1300.

Check that the air damper is placed with the two dots next to each other. See photo 2. See photo 2.

Let the burner burn constantly for 1 min. Then take a soot test (in the hole on the side of the chimney). See photo 3. See photo 3.

(in the hole on the side of the chimney). See photo 3. If the result is

If the result is over 3 the oil pressure is lowered See photo 4 with 0,5 bar then take a new test. This is repeated until the soot number is fewer than 3; the oil burner must not get under 10 bar.

If the soot number is 0 or co2 is under 8%, the co2 is raised by increasing the oil pressure. This is made in steps of 0,5 bar, the oil pressure must not get over 12 bar, soot number 3 and CO 2 has to be

8-10%.

By change of coil the air flow can be changed and it may be necessary to change the air damper adjustment (this is only done if it is impossible to get a satisfactory result by changing the oil pressure). By too much soot there has to be given more air, by too little co2 there has to be given less air. No matter what this has to be kept: soot 0-3 best under 2 CO 2 8-10 % and oil pressure 10- 12 bar.

High oil pressure and low air flow = effective oil burner. An optimal oil burner can give up to 90° C by maximum water flow. Control Adjustment has to be done at any service. Very important by change of oil nozzle or coil.

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water flow. Control – Adjustment has to be done at any service. Very important by change

Flame surveillance adjustment

Flame surveillance adjustment Electrode adjustment 16

Electrode adjustment

Flame surveillance adjustment Electrode adjustment 16

16

Flame surveillance adjustment Electrode adjustment 16

Oil burner

Oil burner 17

17

Oil burner 17

Spare part list

Oilburner

Pos

Part No.

Description

1

30081022

Chimney lid

2

30057049

Air/oil mixer

3

40605211

Safety valve

3

40600580

Safety valve

4

99178431

Sensor retainer

5

30196600

Temp. body

6

30056123

Microtherm

7

70003300

Bonded seal ½”

8

80100190

Nipple ½”

9

80100160

Nipple ½”x3/8”

10

80100860

Tee female ½”

11

80100580

Nipple ½” female

12

70120000

Flowswitch

13

40280512

Kit repair flowswitch

14

 

Disc 26mm

15

 

Nut 24x1,5

16

30081021

Chimney

17

70185900

Motor for 12V oil pump

18

99176299

Bracket oil pump motor

19

70186200

Connector oil pump

20

70186100

Flexible shaft oil pump

21

30016000

Nipple 6L 1/8” 90°

22

70186000

-04 2001

Oil pump right

22

30057101

04 2001-

Oil pump left

23

80202150

Hose connector ¼”x8

24

70031900

Fuel filter assy

25

70099500

Filter screen oilburner

26

80200840

Nipple brass ¼”x8

27

80200170

Nipple ¼”

28

80201330

Hose pipe ¼”x8mm 90°

29

3002212V

Ignition coil 12V

30

30081039

Boiler cap

31

99176298

Air reducer 12V

32

70185800

Fan motor 12V

33

30081030

Mat

34

30081034

Heating coil

18

Air reducer 12V 32 70185800 Fan motor 12V 33 30081030 Mat 34 30081034 Heating coil 18

Oil burner top

Oil burner top 19

19

Oil burner top 19

Spare part list

Oil burner top

Pos

Part No.

Description

1

80201150

Nipple fitting 1/8“ 9

2

80200030

Nipple brass 1/8”

3

80201030

Fitting brass 1/8”

4

30013001

Magnetic valve 12V

5

30020000

Nipple 1/8”x6mm

6

30006000

Plug

7

30065051

Nipple muff 1/8”x1/8”

8

30057055

Nozzle holder

9

30002000

Oil nozzle 1,75 60° H

9

30002001

Oil nozzle 2,00 60° H

10

30057053

Spark cap

11

30057070

Sealing cap

12

30057052

Sealing cap

13

30057051

Electrode

14

30057050

Electrode holder

15

30081032

Gasket sensor holder

16

70062700

Copper pipe 6mm

20

14 30057050 Electrode holder 15 30081032 Gasket sensor holder 16 70062700 Copper pipe 6mm 20

Hosereel for high pressure

Hosereel for high pressure 21

21

Hosereel for high pressure 21

Spare part list

Hose reel high pressure

Pos

Part No.

Description

1

70155200

Hose reel plate Ø500x3

2

70155900

Inner tube for hose reel Ø186x214x2

3

70155200

Hose reel plate Ø500x3

4

70056701

Plastic handle

5

99176102

Steel handle

6

99176100

Hose reel bearing

7

99178101

Hose reel bracket long

8

99176224

Hose reel shaft

9

99176082

Connector 14-S

10

99176083

Connector 3/8”

11

99176080

Connector ½”

12

99176229

Connector ¾”

13

70057400

Seegering 35mm

14

99176202

Hose reel shaft ¾”

15

70020900

Seal hose reel 3/4”

16

   

17

70110100

Lubrication nipple

18

99176106

Swivel ¾”

19

99178105

Hose reel bracket short

22

17 70110100 Lubrication nipple 18 99176106 Swivel ¾” 19 99178105 Hose reel bracket short 22

Hose reel inlet

Hose reel inlet 23

23

Hose reel inlet 23

Spare part list

Hose reel inlet

Pos

Part No.

Description

 

1 70155200

Hose reel plate ø500x3

 

2 70155900

Inner tube for hose reel ø186x214x2

 

3 70155200

Hose reel plate ø500x3

 

4 70110100

x 2

Lubrication nipple

 

5 99176106

Swivel ¾”

 

6 99178105

Hose reel bracket short

 

7 70155100

x 2

O-ring water inlet

 

8 70057400

Seegering 35 mm

 

9 99176202

Hose reel shaft ¾”

 

10 80201760

Hose nipple brass ¾”

 

11 80201190

Nip fitting brass ¾“ 45°

 

12 80201300

Fitting brass ¾” 90°

 

13 80201880

Nip pipe ¾”x80

 

14 80201570

Nipple fitt. brass ¾” 90°

 

15 80201720

Fitting brass ¾”x15

 

16 99176225

x 2

Hose reel shaft

 

17 99176100

x 2

Hose reel bearing

 

18 99178101

x 2

Hose reel bracket long

 

19 99176102

Hose reel handle

 

20 70056701

Handle plastic

24

x 2 Hose reel bracket long   19 99176102 Hose reel handle   20 70056701 Handle

TD302

TD302 25

25

TD302 25

Spare part list

TD302

Pos

Part No.

Description

1

70121800

Handgrip w/lock

2

70082600

Front light white

3

70184000

Rubber mounting

4

60062300

7 pins plug

5

70184110

Trailer coupling

6

70192400

Trailer prop

7

70172000

Jockey wheel

8

E1452000

Spare wheel

9

60062110

Reflector

10

70190700

Wheel arch plastic

11

70129100

Block and holder

12

70082110

Taillight left

13

70190800

Lens taillight left

14

70082120

Taillight right

15

70190900

Lens taillight right

16

70186810

Bumper bar

26

left 14 70082120 Taillight right 15 70190900 Lens taillight right 16 70186810 Bumper bar 26

Operational compartment

17

18

2 3 4 5. 6
2
3
4
5.
6

7

8

27

9

10

Operational compartment 17 18 2 3 4 5. 6 7 8 27 9 10 15 14

15

14

13

12

11

Spare part list

Operation compartment

Pos

Part No.

Description

1

   

2

70184200

Frontfolie

3

 

Look at page 23+24

4

85200200

Water hose ¾” 25m.

5

40290112

Water regulator

6

21007106

Inlet strainer complete

7

21330740

Screen Cat 1”

8

21330730

Seal 1” water inlet

9

70186900

Diesel tank

10

99176310

Filter cap

11

A1842000

Screw nippel

12

 

Look at page 21+22

13

85100170

HP-hose 3/8” 400 bar

14

A2500000

Spray gun

15

A2900000

Spray lance w/pressurea.

16

   

17

A3102000

Flat jet nozzle ¼” 1504

18

A3117000

Low pressure nozzle ¼”

28

16     17 A3102000 Flat jet nozzle ¼” 1504 18 A3117000 Low pressure nozzle ¼”

Engine compartment

Engine compartment 29

29

Engine compartment 29

Spare part list

Engine compartment

Pos.

Part No.

Description

1

50020722

Air cleaning filter D722

2

70183800

Battery 45Ah

3

461232A0

V-Belt XPA1232 (3pcs)

4

HC930000

Pump Hawk 930A

4

HC950000

Pump Hawk 950A

4

HC980000

Pump Hawk 980A

5

40600412

Unloader 300bar

6

70014300

Ball valve ¾”

7

60055200

Level switch RW16PV

8

50015722

Filter diesel D722

9

70031900

Fuel filter ¼”

10

70099500

Filter screen oil burner

11

50050722

Oil filter D722

12

70083900

Fuel pump 12V

13

50192011

Thermostat D722

14

50162612

Gasket thermostat D722

15

50158411

Oil pressure contact

16

50151818

Thermal sensor D722

17

50162513

Stop solenoid D722

18

70107910

Radiator cap D722

19

46912Z00

V-Belt XPZ912

20

60004600

Generator 65A-NAB900

21

50375611

Starter D722

30

D722 19 46912Z00 V-Belt XPZ912 20 60004600 Generator 65A-NAB900 21 50375611 Starter D722 30

Electric Box

Electric Box 31

31

Electric Box 31

Spare part list

Electric box

Pos

Part No.

Qty.

Description

 

1 1

60000014

 

PLC CPU

 

1 1

60000022

 

Output card

 

1 1

60000023

 

Input card

 

1 1

60000017

 

Analogy input card

 

1 1

60000018

 

End terminal

 

2 1

70188400

 

PCB Spark

 

60020500

3 1

 

Relay 70A 12V

 

60058700

4 1

 

Relay

 

5 1

60061002

 

Converter 12-24V

 

6 2

60000800

 

Contact

 

7 1

60033100

 

Contact

 

60060500

1

Emergency stop

 

60032600

1

Triple mounting

 

80082300

2

Thermo element

 

60000019

1

Screen

 

50T00711

1

Stop relay

32

  80082300 2 Thermo element   60000019 1 Screen   50T00711 1 Stop relay 32

Unloader Valve Safety valve

Unloader Valve Safety valve This unloader/safety valve should not be repaired, but changed. Part no. 40600412

This unloader/safety valve should not be repaired, but changed. Part no. 40600412

33

Unloader Valve Safety valve This unloader/safety valve should not be repaired, but changed. Part no. 40600412

BKX Valve

BKX Valve 34

34

BKX Valve 34

Spare part list

BKX Valve

Pos

Part No.

Qty.

Description

1

40363111

1

Valve casing bottom

2

40994311

4

Bolt M12x70UNI 5931

3

40967111

8

Lock disc Ø12

4

40947511

1

Spring Ø26,2x28,5

5

 

2

Part of pos. 6

6*

40367111

1

Valve with valve piece

7*

40927711

3

Back-up ring

8*

40905011

2

Back-up ring

9*

40903811

1

O-ring

10

 

1

Part of pos. 6

11*

40903815

1

O-ring

12

40363112

1

Valve casing

13

40967511

1

Gasket Ø21

14

40982112

1

Plug G1/2x16

15*

40904011

1

O-ring

16*

40905111

1

Back-up ring

17

40363113

1

Valve casing central

18*

40903814

1

O-ring

19*

40363117

1

Valve

20*

40363120

1

Valve stainless

21*

40947312

1

Spring

22*

40903812

1

O-ring

23

40982111

1

Bolt G3/8x9,5

24

40948511

12

Disc

25

40363118

1

Disc

26

40363114

1

Valve casing top

27

40994411

4

Bolt M12x120UNI 5931

28

40922511

1

Nut M16x1,5UNI 5588

29

40995111

1

Bolt M16x1,5x38

30

     

31

     

32*

40947313

1

Spring

33*

40363116

1

By-pass valve

34*

40903813

1

O-ring

*

70055600

 

Seal Kit BKX

* Spare parts for seal kit BKX

35

valve 34* 40903813 1 O-ring * 70055600   Seal Kit BKX * Spare parts for seal

HAWK HC930A/950A/980A

HAWK HC930A/950A/980A 36

36

HAWK HC930A/950A/980A 36

Spare part list

HAWK HC930A/950A/980A

Pos

Part No.

Description

4,6,7,9

26290500

Seal kit HC930A

4,6,7,9

26290700

Seal kit HC950A

4,6,7,9

26291500

Seal kit HC980A

13,14,15

26001300

x6

Valve kit HC930A

13,14,15

26001000

x6

Valve kit HC950A/980A

3,4,5,6,7,8,9

26290100

x3

Seal kit compl. HC930A

3,4,5,6,7,8,9

26290300

x3

Seal kit compl. HC950A

3,4,5,6,7,8,9

26291600

x3

Seal kit compl. HC980A

46,47,48,49,50,51

26000400

x3

Plunger kit HC930A

46,47,48,49,50,51

26020300

x3

Plunger kit HC950A

46,47,48,49,50,51

26291700

x3

Plunger kit HC980A

54

26010000

Crankshaft seal

28

26060100

O-ring (frame)

43

26020300

Crankcase cover

44

26060000

Crankshaft gasket

40

26060301

O-ring sight glass

39

26070000

Sight glass

37

44 26060000 Crankshaft gasket 40 26060301 O-ring sight glass 39 26070000 Sight glass 37

High Pressure Maintenance Schedule

This High Pressure Cleaner is covered by EU Statutory and Safety at Work Regulations. Services have to be carried out every 200 working hours or annually.

A service label with the due date of the next service should be placed on the instrument panel.

A copy of the service report should be retained as proof of inspection.

It can be extremely dangerous not to comply with the Statutory Regulations, and it is the owner’s responsibility to ensure that the services are carried out and certificates retained.

200 hours or annual schedule

Engine

Check

Adjust/clean

Change

Engine oil **

   

X

Oil filter

   

X

Fuel filter for diesel engine and diesel pump

   

X

Air filter

X

 

400

hours*

Anti freeze minimum 25°C

X

   

Fan belt

X

 

1000

hours*

Battery

X

   

Stop solenoid and fuel injection

X

   

High pressure/Water inlet system

     

High pressure oil pump ***

   

X

V-Belts

X

 

1400

hours*

High pressure seals

X

 

600

hours*

Valves

X

 

1000

hours*

Unloader

X

   

Safety valve

X

   

Swivel/hose reels

X

   

Water filter

 

X

400

hours*

Water tank stopcock

X

   

Low water safety switch

X

   

Check system seals for leaks

X

   

High pressure hoses - change if over 2 years old or

X

   

damaged

Pressure test complete pressure system with +50% of maximum pressure

X

   

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    damaged Pressure test complete pressure system with +50% of maximum pressure X    

Oil Burner

Check

Adjust/clean

Change

Fuel filter, oil burner and diesel tank

   

X

Coil descale

 

X

 

Flow switch

X

   

Microtherm

X

   

Thermostat and sensor

X

   

Oil burner nozzle

   

X

Electrodes

X

 

400 hours*

Flame surveillance

X

   

CO 2

 

X

 

Exhaust emission

 

X

 

Smoke temperature

X

   

De-scale fluid

X

   

Thermostats

X

   

Emergency stop/Warning lights

X

   

Trailer

     

Lights

X

   

Tyres

X

   

Air pressure in tyres

 

X

 

Jockey wheel

X

   

Break safety break away line

X

   

Lid micro switch

X

   

Chimney micro switch

X

   

Front brake/dampening system

X

   

*

The hours indicated are for guidelines only and do not form any part of warranty.

**

Engine oil: Shell T400 15W 40 or similar. Fill about 3 L. (check dip stick)

***

Pump oil: Shell T400 15W 40 or similar. Fill about 1.2 L. (only fill to the middle of the gauge oil bubble).

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*** Pump oil: Shell T400 15W 40 or similar. Fill about 1.2 L. (only fill to
40

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Aquila Triventek Warranty Policy and Procedures

Aquila offers a limited warranty on defective parts, materials and workmanship for a period of 12 months.

The following details the terms of the Aquila warranty agreement:

Parts

All parts are covered by 12 months warranty excluding: -

(i) Damage caused by normal wear e.g. seals, valves, bearings, couplings, V-belts, hoses, filters etc

(ii) Accessories and consumables e.g. high pressure hoses, spray gun, lance etc.

Labour

Labour for work carried under warranty will be reimbursed at the following rate: -

(i) 23,95 EUR per hours

Travel

Additionally travel costs for mobile repairs on Aquila MD, SD and TD models will be reimbursed at the following rates:-

(ii)

0,70 EUR per km travelled (door to door) maximum 300 Km

(iii)

20,00 EUR per hour of travel time, maximum 3 hours

All warranty works require approval from Aquila Triventeks Service Manager prior to the amount being credited. Defective parts must be returned with a warranty claim form to Aquila Triventek within 30 days of the date of repair.

The warranty will be void if:

(a)

If the service intervals detailed in the instruction manual have not been followed

(b)

If the repairs have been carried out by unauthorised personnel

(c)

If the instructions in the manual have not been followed

(d)

If damage has been caused by misuse, neglect, frost, chemical, criminal damage, theft or any other unusual circumstances.

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damage has been caused by misuse, neglect, frost, chemical, criminal damage, theft or any other unusual