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PDF Content Summary: ATTIX 3 ATTIX 5 ATTIX 7 ATTIX 12 GALLON ATTIX 19 GALLON english Operating Instructions................................1-13 deutsch Betriebsanleitung......................................14-26 français Notice d’utilisation....................................27-39 nederlands Gebruiksaanwijzing ..................................40-52 italiano Istruzioni sull’uso......................................53-65 norsk Driftsinstruks.............................................66-78 svensk Bruksanvisning .........................................79-91 dansk Driftsvejledning.......................................92-104 suomi Käyttöohje..............................................105-117 slovensći Navodilo za uporabo ..............................118-130 hrvatski Uputstvo za rad .......................................131-143 slovenský Prevádzkový návod .................................144-156 český Provozní návod........................................157-169 polski Instrukcja obsługi....................................170-182 magyar Kezelési utasítás .....................................183-195 ðóññêèé Ðóêîâîäñòâî ïî ýêñïëóàòàöèè ...............196-208 español Instrucciones de manejo......................209-221 português Instruções de operação........................222-234 ελληνικά Οδηγίες λειτουργίας..............................235-247 türkçe Ýþletme kýlavuzu.....................................248-260 302001673 - 2004-10-01

ATTIX 3 / 5 / 7 / 12 GALLON / 19 GALLON 3 11 9 auto 8 ATTIX 3 1 10 1 3 4 5 6 7 9 auto 4 8 ATTIX 5 10 2 3 13 12 56

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Contents 1 Important safety instructions 2 Description 3 Before starting 4 Operation 5 Applications and techniques 6 After finishing work 7 Maintenance 8 Troubleshooting 9 Further information ATTIX 3 / 5 / 7 / 12 GALLON / 19 GALLON english ............................................................................................2 2.1 Purpose................................................................................4 2.2 Operating elements ..............................................................4 3.1 Assembling the vacuum cleaner ..........................................4 4.1 Connections .........................................................................5 4.1.1 Connecting the suction hose................................................5 4.1.2 Electrical connection ...........................................................5 4.1.3 Connecting electrical appliances1) .......................................5 4.1.4 Connecting pneumatic tools1) ...............................................5 4.2 Switching on the vacuum cleaner.........................................5 4.2.1 Switch position "I".................................................................5 4.2.2 Switch position "auto"1) .........................................................5 4.2.3 Setting suction power1) .........................................................6 4.3 Cleaning the filter element ...................................................6 4.3.1 Cleaning the filter element (Push&Clean System)1) .............6 4.3.2 Cleaning the filter element (Automatic Filter Cleaning System)1) ..............................................................................6 5.1 Techniques ...........................................................................6 5.1.1 Picking up dry substances ...................................................7 5.1.2 Picking up liquids..................................................................7 6.1 Switching the vacuum cleaner off and storage.....................7 7.1 Maintenance plan.................................................................8 7.2 Maintenance work ................................................................8 7.2.1 Replacing the waste bag......................................................8 7.2.2 Replacing the filter bag.........................................................8 7.2.3 Emptying dirt tank (ATTIX 3 / 5 / 12 GALLON).....................9 7.2.4 Emptying the dirt tank (ATTIX 7/19 GALLON)......................9 7.2.5 Replacing filter element (Push&Clean System)1) .................9 7.2.6 Replacing filter element (Automatic Filter Cleaning System)1) ............................................................................10 ..........................................................................................11 9.1 Recycling the vacuum cleaner ...........................................12 9.2 Guarantee ..........................................................................12 9.3 Tests and approvals ...........................................................12 9.4 Technical data ....................................................................13 9.5 Accessories........................................................................13 9.6 EC declaration of conformity ..............................................13

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english 1 Important safety instructions

Symbols used to mark instructions Before using the vacuum cleaner, always read the operating instructions and keep them read ily available. This symbol is used to mark safety instruc tions that must be observed to prevent damage to persons. This symbol is used to mark safety instruc tions that must be observed to prevent damage to the vacuum cleaner and its performance. This symbol in dicates tips and instructions to simplify work and to ensure safe operation.

For your own safety Only allow the vacuum cleaner to be used by persons who have been trained in its use and who have been explicitly authorized to use it. Despite its simple handling the vacuum cleaner is not suitable for children. The use of the vacuum cleaner Transport Before transporting the dirt tank, close all the locks. Do not tilt the cleaner if there is Purpose and intended use The vacuum cleaners described in this operating manual are suitable for – commercial use, e.g. in hotels, schools, hospitals, factories, shops, offices and rental businesses. The following materials should not be picked up by the vacuum is subject to valid national regu lations. Besides the operating instructions and the binding accident prevention regulations valid in the country of use, ob serve recognized regulations for safety and proper use. Do not use any unsafe work techniques. liquid in the dirt tank. Do use a crane hook to lift the cleaner. cleaner: – hazardous dust – hot materials (burning ciga rettes, hot ash, etc.) – flammable, explosive, ag gressive liquids (e.g. petrol, solvents, acids, alkalis, etc.) – flammable, explosive dust (e.g. magnesium or alumini um dust, etc.)

Precautions and safety regu lations when using the vacu um cleaner Before start-up Inspect power cord regularly to detect signs of damage, e.g. cracks or ageing. If the power cord is damaged, it must be replaced by Alto Service or an electrician to avoid danger before use of the vacuum cleaner is continued.

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Use only the type of power cord specified in the operating manual. Do not damage the power cord (e.g. by moving over it or pulling or crushing it). Disconnect the power cord by pulling the plug only (do not pull Picking up liquids If foam develops or liquid emerges, stop work immediately and empty the dirt tank. Regularly clean the built in float1) or level indicator hose to limit the Electrical components Check the rated voltage of the vacuum cleaner before con necting it to the mains supply or tug the power cord). Inspect the vacuum cleaners to ensure that they are in proper condition. Plugs and couplings in power cords must at least have splash protection. Never use the vacuum cleaner if the filter element is damaged. water level1) and check that they are not damaged. See section 5 for information on handling liquids and (hazard ous) dust. When using an extension lead, check the minimum cross-sec tions of the cable: english

system. Ensure that the voltage shown on the rating plate cor responds to the voltage of the Cable length m Cross section <16 A <25 A

local mains power supply. If you are using an extension cord, use only those specified by the manufacturer or higher quality ones (see section 9.4 „Technical data“). It is recommended that the vacuum cleaner should be con nected via a residual current circuit breaker. This stops the supply of electricity if the leak age current to earth exceeds 30 mA for 30 ms or it has an earth tester circuit. Tool socket Use the socket on the vacuum cleaner for the purpose defined in the operating instructions only. Before plugging an appliance into the appliance socket: 1. Switch off the vacuum clean er. up to 20 m ø1.5mm² ø2.5mm² 20 to 50 m ø2.5mm² ø4.0mm² Arrange the electrical parts (sockets, plugs and couplings) and lay down the extension lead so that the protection class is maintained. Never spray water on to the upper section of the vacuum cleaner. Danger for persons, risk or short-circuiting. Observe the latest edition of the IEC regulations. 2. Switch off the appliance to be connected. CAUTION! Follow the operating instructions and safety instructions for appli ances connected to the power tool socket.

Maintenance, cleaning and repair Only carry out maintenance work described in the operating instructions. Always pull out the mains plug before cleaning and mainte nance of the vacuum cleaner.

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english Accessories and spare parts Use only the brushes supplied with the vacuum cleaner or specified in the operating manu al. The use of other brushes can adversely affect safety. Use only original Alto accesso ries and spare parts (see sec tion 9.5). The use of other parts can adversely affect safety.

2 Description 2.1 Purpose When used properly, the industrial vacuum cleaners described in these instructions 2.2 Operating elements See fold-out page at front of these operating instructions. 1 Handle 2 Suction pipe support 3 Accessory holder 4 Applicance switch with suc tion power control1) 5 Retaining clamp 6 Dirt tank 7 Grip to empty tank 1) 3 Before starting 3.1 Assembling the vacuum cleaner 1 On delivery some of the accesso ries are lying in the tank and must be removed before the vacuum cleaner is used for the first time. Remove the upper section of the vacuum cleaner: The mains plug should not yet be inserted into a socket. are suitable for sucking up dry, non-flammable, non-hazardous dusts and liquids. 8 Inlet fitting 9 Appliance socket 1) 10 Cable hook 11 Operating knob for filter cleaning 1) 12 Connection for compressed air supply 1) 13 Connection for pneumatic tool 1) 14 Tank locks 1) 15 Castor with brake 1. The mains plug should not yet be inserted into a socket. 2. Open the retaining clamps (1) and remove upper section of the cleaner. 3. Take the accessories1) out of the dirt tank and the packag ing. 4. Place a filter bag into the tank as described in the instruc tions (printed on the filter bag). IMPORTANT! Press the filter bag connection firmly on to the inlet fitting. 5. Fit the upper section of the cleaner (do not damage the filter bag) and close the re taining clamps. NOTE! Ensure that the retaining clamps fit properly. 6. Fit the suction tube fastener1) about 20 cm from the edge of the lower extension tube as shown in the figure.

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4 Operation 4.1 Connections 4.1.1 Connecting the suction hose 4.1.2 Electrical connection The operating voltage shown on the rating plate must correspond to the voltage of the mains power supply. ATTIX 3 / 5 / 7 / 12 GALLON / 19 GALLON english 1. Connect the suction hose. 1. Ensure that the cleaner is switched off. 2. Insert the power cord into a properly installed and fused socket with earthing contact.

4.1.3 Connecting electrical appliances1) Before switching the switch to position „auto“, ensure that the tool con nected to the appliance socket is switched off. 4.1.4 Connecting pneumatic tools1) Before switching the switch to position „auto“, ensure that the tool con nected to the appliance socket is 4.2 Switching on the vacuum cleaner 4.2.1 Switch position "I" 4.2.2 Switch position "auto"1) Before switching the switch to position „auto“, ensure that the tool con nected to the appliance socket is switched off. To comply with regulations, only ap proved dust producing tools should be connected. The maximum power consumption of the connected electrical appli ance is stated in section 9.4 "Tech nical data". switched off. Operating pressure of the pneu matic tool is stated in section 9.4 "Technical data". 1. Connect the electrical ap pliance to the appliance socket1) on the control panel. 1. Connect the pneumatic tool to the upper quick coupling1) on the control panel. 2. Connect the compressed air supply to the lower push-in nipple1). 1. Turn the switch to position "I". The vacuum cleaner motor starts. 1. Turn the switch to position "auto"1). The vacuum cleaner motor starts when the connected power tool/pneumatic tool is switched on. 2. When the power tool is switched off, the vacuum cleaner continues to run for a short moment so that any dust in the suction hose is conveyed to the filter bag.

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4.3 Cleaning the filter element 4.3.1 Cleaning the filter element (Push&Clean System)1) If suction performance drops. � � �� � ���� � ���� � ����� ������ �������� ������

4.3.2 Cleaning the filter element (Automatic Filter Cleaning System)1) To ensure that suction perform ance is always at its best, the filter element is automatically cleaned during operation. We recommend complete cleaning if the filter ele ment becomes extremely dirty. 1. Set the suction power to maximum. 2. Close the nozzles or suction hose opening with the palm of your hand. 1. Switch off the vacuum clean er 2. Close the nozzles or suction hose opening with the palm of your hand. 3. Press the button to start filter cleaning three times. The re sulting stream of air removes attached dust from the slats of the filter elements. �� ��� � 3. Turn the switch to position „I“ and let the cleaner operate for approx. 10 seconds with the suction hose opening closed.

5 Applications and techniques

5.1 Techniques If used correctly, additional ac cessories, suction nozzles and suction hoses can enhance the cleaning action and reduce the cleaning effort. Effective cleaning is achieved if you follow just a few guidelines in combination with your own practical experience in special fields. Here are some basic tips.

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5.1.1 Picking up dry substances CAUTION! Do not pick up flammable substances. Before picking up dry sub stances, always ensure that a filter bag is inserted in the tank (see section 9.5 "Accessories" for order number). Disposal of the picked up material is then simple and hygienic. After picking up liquids, the filter element is wet. A damp filter element clogs more quickly when dry substances are picked up. For this reason the filter element should be washed and dried or replaced by a dry element before dry substances are picked up. english

5.1.2 Picking up liquids CAUTION! Do not pick up flammable liquids. Before liquids are picked up, always remove the filter bag/ waste bag and check that the float1) or the water level limit1) works properly. (See section 7.2.4 and 7.2.5 “Replacing the filter element“.) 6 After finishing work The use of a separate filter ele ment or filter screen is recom mended. If foam appears, stop work im mediately and empty the tank. To reduce the amount of foam, use foam killer Alto Foam Stop (see section 9.5 "Accessories" for order number).

6.1 Switching the vacuum cleaner off and storage ATTIX 3 ATTIX 7 1. Switch off the vacuum cleaner and pull the mains plug out of the socket. 2. Wind up the power cord and hang it on the handle. 3. Empty the tank and clean the vacuum cleaner. 4. After picking up liquids: Store the upper section of the cleaner separately so that the filter element can dry. 5. Store the cleaner in a dry room where it is protected

ATTIX 5ATTIX 19 GALLON ATTIX 12 GALLON from unauthorized use.

1) Option depending on model 7 ATTIX 3 / 5 / 7 / 12 GALLON / 19 GALLON 7 Maintenance english 7.1 Maintenance plan After finishing work As required 7.2.1 Replacing the waste bag = 7.2.2 Replacing the filter bag = 7.2.3 Emptying dirt tank (ATTIX 3 / ATTIX 5 / 12 GAL) = 7.2.4 Emptying dirt tank (ATTIX 7 / 19 GAL) = 7.2.5 Replacing filter element (Push&Clean System)1) = 7.2.6 Replacing filter element (Automatic Filter Cleaning System)1) =

7.2 Maintenance work 7.2.1 Replacing the waste bag Press the waste bag connection of the new waste bag firmly on to the inlet fitting. 1 2 3 1. Open the retaining clamps and remove the upper sec tion of the cleaner from the dirt tank. 2. Carefully remove the waste bag connection (1) from the inlet fitting. 3. Close the waste bag connec tion with the slide (2). 4. Close the waste bag using the cable binder (3). 5. Dispose of the dirt in accord ance with legal regulations. 6. Insert a new waste bag into the cleaned tank as de scribed in the instructions enclosed.

7.2.2 Replacing the filter bag 1. Open the retaining clamps and remove the upper sec tion of the cleaner from the dirt tank. 2. Carefully remove the filter bag connection from the inlet fitting. 3. Close the filter bag connec tion with the slide.

Press the filter bag connection of the new filter bag firmly on to the inlet fitting. 4. Dispose of the filter bag in accordance with legal regu lations. 5. Place a new filter bag into the cleaned tank as described in the instructions (printed on the filter bag).

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7.2.3 Emptying dirt tank (ATTIX 3 / 5 / 12 GALLON) 7.2.4 Emptying the dirt tank (ATTIX 7/19 GALLON) 2 ������������������ 1. Remove the upper section of the cleaner from the dirt tank. 2. Hold the dirt tank at the grip underneath the tank and tip out the dirt. 3. Dispose of the dirt in accord ance with legal regulations. 4. Clean the rim of the tank be fore fitting the upper section of cleaner. Before reinserting the suction hose: 5. Clean the inlet fitting and hose collar. ������������������ 1. Remove the upper section of cleaner from the dirt tank. 2. Open the retaining clamps (1) and remove the interme english

1 1 ������������������������������� 3 ����������� ����� 5 4 diate ring (2) from the tank. 3. Pull the lever in the handle (3) upwards and tilt the tank. 4. Tip out the collected dirt. 5. Dispose of the dirt in accord ance with legal regulations. or: 1. Open the tank locks (4). 2. Use the handles (5) to lift the tank out of the frame. 4. Tip out the collected dirt. 5. Place the empty tank in the

To empty the dirt tank after picking up liquids: remove the intermediate 4 ring as a proper seal is only en 5 frame and close the locks (4). 6. Dispose of the dirt in accord sured during suction. ������������ �� ance with legal regulations.

After emptying the tank: clean the rim of the tank and the seals in the intermediate ring and the upper section of cleaner before refitting them. If the seal or groove is dirty or dam aged, the suction performance will be reduced. Before reinserting the suction hose: clean the inlet fitting and hose col lar. 7.2.5 Replacing filter element (Push&Clean System)1) 3 1. Remove the upper section of the cleaner from the dirt tank

2 1 and deposit with the filter element facing upwards. Do not place the upper section of the cleaner on the guard (1). 2. Turn the filter holder anti clockwise (2) and remove it (3). 3. Carefully remove the filter element.

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ATTIX 3 / 5 / 7 / 12 GALLON / 19 GALLON english 5 4 6 4. Clean the filter seal (4). Check it for damage and replace if necessary. 5. Check antistatic clamp (5) for damage and have it replaced by Alto Service if necessary. 6. Check the floater (6) for proper operation: When you turn the filter holder, the floater should move back and forth easily. 7. Fit a new filter element. 8. Fit the filter holder and turn it clockwise to secure it. 9. Dispose of the used filter element in accordance with legal regulations. Never use the vacuum cleaner without a filter. 7.2.6 Replacing filter element (Automatic Filter Cleaning System)1) 1 3 2 4 auto 6 5 1. Open the retaining clamps and remove the upper sec tion of the cleaner from the dirt tank. Lay the upper section of the cleaner down with the filter element facing upwards. Do not place the upper section of the cleaner on the guard (1) and do not damage the filter element. 2. Open the bar handle (2) and remove it. 3. Remove the filter holder (3). 4. Carefully remove the filter element. 5. Clean the filter seal (4). Check it for damage and replace it if necessary. 6. Check the antistatic clamp (5) for damage and have it replaced by Alto Service if necessary. 7. Check that the control flap (6) for filter cleaning works properly. The control flap should move back and for wards easily.

10 1) Option depending on model ATTIX 3 / 5 / 7 / 12 GALLON / 19 GALLON 7 8. Clean the level hose (7). english 9. Fit a new filter element. 10.Fit the filter holder. Ensure that it is in the correct posi tion. 11.Fit bar and close bar handle. 12.Dispose of the used filter element in accordance with legal regulations. Never use the vacuum cleaner without a filter. 8 Troubleshooting Fault Cause Remedy

‡ Motor does not start > Fuse of the mains socket has blown. > Overload protection switch has tripped. > Self-acting carbon brush is worn. • Connect mains fuse. • Switch off the vacuum cleaner and allow it to cool for approx. 5 minutes. If the cleaner can not be started again, contact the Alto service department. • Have carbon brushes changed by Alto Service.

‡ Motor does not run in auto matic mode > Power tool/pneumatic tool is defective or not connected properly. > The power rating of the elec trical tool is too low. • Check that the power tool works or that the plug is in serted correctly. • Note that minimum power rat ing is P>40W

‡ Reduced suction power > Suction power selected with suction power control is too low. • Set suction power in accord ance with section 4.2.3. „Set ting suction power“.

> Clogged suction hose/nozzle. • Clean suction hose/nozzle > Filter bag is full. • See section 7.2.2 „Replacing filter bag“. > Filter element is clogged. • See section 4.5 „Cleaning filter element“ and 7.2.5+7.2.6 „Re placing filter element“.

‡ No suction power during wet cleaning > Automatic Filter Cleaning System only: Defective cleaning mecha nism > Tank is full. (Float has closed the suction opening). • Contact Alto Service • Switch off the cleaner. Empty the tank.

‡ The vacuum cleaner switches off during wet cleaning > Tank is full. • Switch off the cleaner. Empty the tank. ‡ Voltage fluctuations > Impedance of power supply is too high. • Connect the cleaner to another socket closer to the fuse box. Voltage fluctuations over 7% should not occur if the imped ance at the transfer point is ≤ 0.15 Ω .

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english 9 Further information

9.1 Recycling the vacuum cleaner Make the old cleaner unusable immediately. 1. Unplug the cleaner and cut the power cord. Do not discard of electrical ap pliances with household waste. As specified in European Direc tive 2002/96/EC on old electrical and electronic appliances, used electrical goods must be col lected separately and recycled ecologically. 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. 9.3 Tests and approvals Electrical tests must be per formed in accordance with the provisions of safety regula tions (VBG4) and to DIN VDE 0701 Part 1 and Part 3. In accordance with DIN VDE 0702 these tests must be performed Subject to change as a result of technical advances. at regular intervals and after repairs or modifications. The vacuum cleaner has been approved in accordance with IEC/EN 60335-2-69.

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9.4 Technical data ATTIX 3 / 5 / 7 / 12 GALLON / 19 GALLON english ATTIX

ATTIX 3 / 5 / 7 ATTIX 12 GALLON ATTIX 12 GALLON RDF EC 12 GALLON AS/E 12 GALLON RDFD 12 GALLON AS/PE ATTIX 19 GALLON 19 GALLON AS/PE2

EU CH, DK GB230/240V GB 110V US 120 V Voltage V 230 230/240 110 120 Mains frequency Hz 50/60 60 Fuse A 16 10 13 16 15 Power consumption W (HP) 1200 1000 (1.4) 840 (1.1) 940 (1.3) 1040 (1.4) Connected load for appliance socket W (HP) 2400 1100 1800 560 - 600 (0.8) 500 (0.7) 400 (0.5) Total connected load W (HP) 3600 2300 3000 1760 1000 (1.4) 1440 (1.9)

ATTIX 350-01 ATTIX 360-11 360-21 ATTIX 550-01 550-11 MOBIL 550-21 / 590-21 560-21 / 560-31 ATTIX 12 GALLON 12 GALLON RDF EC 12 GALLON AS/E 12 GALLON RDFD 12 GALLON AS/PE ATTIX 751-01 / 751-11 751-21 / 761-21 XC 791-21 ATTIX 19 GAL 19 GAL AS/PE2

Volume flow (air) l/min (cfm) 3600 (127) Negative pressure (water lift) Pa (in) 23000 (93) 23000 (93) 25000 (100)2) 23000 (93) Sound pressure level at a distance of 1 m, EN 60704-1 dB(A) 62 60 64 Operating noise dB(A) 59 57 Power cord: Length m (ft) 7.5 7.5 10.0(GB) 7.5 (25)

Power cord: Type H05RR-F 2x0.75 H05RR-F 3x1.5 H05RR-F 3x0,75 H05RR-F 3x1.51) SJTW-A AWG 18/34) SJTW-A AWG 14/3 H05RR-F 3x1.5 H07BQ-F 3x2.5 SJTW-A AWG 14/3

Protection class II I Type of protection (splash water protected) IP X4 Radio interference level EN 55014-1 Tank volume l (gal) 27 45 (12) 70 (19) Width mm (in) 380 476 (19) 580 (23) Depth mm (in) 390 506 (20) 605 (24) Height mm (in) 570 655 (26) 970 (38) Weight kg (lb) 10 14 / 161) 25 / 273) (56/60) 1) ATTIX 560-21/-31, ATTIX 12 GALLON RDFD, ATTIX 12 GALLON AS/PE 3) ATTIX 761-21 XC / 19 GALLON AS/PE2 2) ATTIX 791-21 4) ATTIX 12 GALLON

9.5 Accessories Description Order No. 9.6 EC declaration of conformity

ATTIX 3 ATTIX 5 12 GAL 12 GAL RDF ATTIX 560-21/-31 12 GAL RDFD 12 GAL AS/PE EC12 GAL AS/E ATTIX 751 19 GAL ATTIX 761 19 GAL AS/PE2 EC declaration of conformity ALTO Deutschland GmbH

Filter bag(5 pcs.) 302000449 302000527 – 302001484 – Waste bag (5 pcs.) 302000804 302000728 302000728 302001480 302001480 302000461 Guido-Oberdorfer-Straße 2-8 D-89287 Bellenberg Product: Vacuum cleaner for wet and dry operation

Filter element 302000461 11753 (ZA) 11753 (ZA) 302000726 302000461 11753 (ZA) 302000726 Model: ATTIX 350-01 / 360-11 / 360-21 ATTIX 550-01 / 550-11 MOBIL / 550-21

Cloth insert filter 302000606 302000525 – – – Description Order No. ATTIX 3 / 5 / 7 Filter screen 15475 Alto FoamStop (6 x 1 l) 8469 Description: The design of the appliance corre sponds to the following pertinent regulations: Applied harmonized standards: Applied national standards and technical specifications: Dipl.-Ing. Wolfgang Nieuwkamp Tests and approvals ATTIX 560-21 / 560-31 / 590-21 ATTIX 751-01 / 751-11 / 751-21 /761-21 XC / 791-21 110/230-240 V~, 50/60 Hz EC Machine Directive 98/37/EC EC Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EC EC EMC Directive 89/336/EC EN 12100-1, EN 12100-2 EN 60335-1 EN 60335-2-69 EN 55014-1, EN 55014-2, EN 61000-3-2 DIN EN 60335-1 DIN EN 60335-2-69 Bellenberg, 28.10.2004

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