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EM 6040

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................... 39
TRANSPORT, STORAGE AND HANDLING................................................ 40
INSTALLATION............................................................................................. 41
Cabinet with balancing unit assembly ...................................................... 41
Head unit assembly..................................................................................... 42
Guard assembly (optional) ......................................................................... 42
Main operational components of the machine ........................................ 42
Display panel ............................................................................................... 43
ELECTRICAL HOOK-UP .............................................................................. 43
SAFETY REGULATIONS .............................................................................. 44
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS................................................................... 46
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................... 47
ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED WITH THE MACHINE ..................................... 47
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES .......................................................................... 48
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF USE .............................................................. 48
SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE ................................................................ 49
WHEEL DATA INPUT ................................................................................... 49
UNBALANCE DISPLAY IN GRAMS OR OUNCES ...................................... 50
ROUNDING .................................................................................................. 50
WHEEL SPIN ................................................................................................ 50
WHEEL SPIN (WITH GUARD) ..................................................................... 51
BALANCING PROGRAMS ........................................................................... 51
Dynamic balancing (standard) ................................................................... 51
Static balancing ............................................................................................ 52
Balancing aluminum (ALU) wheels ............................................................ 52
ALU 1P, 2P programs ...................................................................................... 52
Mobile planes program (only available with ALU P programs) ............ 54
Hidden weight program (only available with ALU P programs) ............ 54
Standard ALU programs (ALU 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) .................................................. 55
Motorcycle wheel balancing ....................................................................... 56
Motorcycle dynamic program....................................................................... 56
Motorcycle ALU program............................................................................... 56
QUICK OPT OPTIMIZATION PROGRAM.................................................... 57
OPT OPTIMIZATION PROGRAM (OPTIONAL) .......................................... 57
CALIBRATION PROGRAMS......................................................................... 59
DISPLAY MESSAGES................................................................................... 60
BALANCING ACCESSORY AVAILABILITY STATUS ................................... 61
TROUBLESHOOTING.................................................................................. 61
MAINTENANCE............................................................................................ 63
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DEMOLITION ............................................................................................... 63
RECOMMENDED FIRE-EXTINGUISHING DEVICES ............................... 64
GLOSSARY.................................................................................................... 64
GENERAL ELECTRIC LAYOUT DIAGRAMS .............................................. 66
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INTRODUCTION
The purpose of this manual is to provide the owner and operator of this machine with a
set of safe and practical instructions for the use and maintenance of the balancing
machine.
Follow all of the instructions carefully and your machine will assist you in your work
and give long-lasting and efficient service, in keeping with CORGHI traditions.
The following paragraphs define the levels of danger regarding the machine, associat-
ed with the warning captions found in this manual.
DANGER
Refers to immediate danger with the risk of serious injury or death.
WARNING
Dangers or unsafe procedures that can cause serious injury or death.
ATTENTION
Dangers or unsafe procedures that can cause minor injuries or damage to property.
Read these instructions carefully before using the machine. Keep this manual and the
illustrated material supplied with the machine in a folder near the place of operation,
where it is readily accessible for consultation by the machine operator.
The technical documentation supplied is considered an integral part of the machine;
in the event of sale all relative documentation must remain with the jack.
The manual is only valid for the machine model and serial number indicated on the
nameplate applied to the machine itself.
WARNING
Adhere to the contents of this manual: Corghi declines all liability in the case of
actions not specifically described and authorized in this manual.
Note
Some of the illustrations in this manual have been taken from photographs of proto-
types; the standard production model may differ slightly in certain respects.
These instructions are for the attention of personnel with basic mechanical skills. We
have therefore condensed the descriptions of each operation by omitting detailed
instructions regarding, for example, how to loosen or tighten the fixing devices on the
machine. Do not attempt to perform operations unless properly qualified and with
suitable experience. In case of need, please contact our nearest authorized Service
Center for assistance.
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TRANSPORT, STORAGE AND HANDLING
- The basic balancing machine packaging consists of 2 cardboard packages containing
the following:
- the balancing machine unit (D fig. 4);
- the support cabinet plates (A, B, C, fig. 4) with the accessories.
If the optional wheelguard is also supplied, there will be an additional package
containing the guard support bracket, the guard tube and the wheelguard (A, B, C,
fig.6).
On request the first two packages can be grouped together in another cardboard
package or wooden crate, positioned on a pallet.
Given the large overall size, the plastic guards and the relative support brackets are
normally supplied in groups of five inside the same packing on the pallet.
- Before installation, the balancing machine must be transported in its original packing,
making sure that the machine is maintained in the position indicated on the outer
packing. The machine can be moved by placing the packages on trolley with wheels
or, if the packs are grouped together, by inserting the forks of a lift truck in the
relative channels in the pallet (fig. 1).
- Balancing machine unit packing dimensions.
Lenght Depth Height Weight Packing Weight
(mm) (mm) (mm) (Kg) (Kg)
Balancing machine unit 900 620 470 45 1
Cabinet plates 550 620 300 19 1
Single package 1050 750 980 64 21/30*
Brackets and guards (No. 5)1050 750 980 75 21/30*
(*) Weight with outer packing in cardboard or wood, respectively.
- Ambient conditions in place of storage:
- relative humidity from 20% to 95%
- temperature from -10 to +60C.
ATTENTION
Do not place other items on top of the two packs, as this may result in damage.
After installation, the machine can be moved using the following methods:
- with a crane, using special equipment that holds the machine at the lifting points
(fig.2);
- inserting the forks of the lift truck under the machine so that the center of the forks
correspond approximately to the center line of the cabinet (fig. 3).
ATTENTION
Always unplug the power supply lead from the socket before moving the machine.
WARNING
Never apply force to the spin shaft when moving the machine.
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INSTALLATION
WARNING
Carry out the unpacking, assembly and installation operations described in this
heading with great care.
Failure to observe these instructions may result in damage to the machine and
injury to the operator or other persons.
Remove the original packing material, after having positioned it as shown on the
outside and keep intact so that the machine can be safely shipped at a later date if
necessary.
Choose the place of installation in strict observance of local regulations regarding
safety at the place of work.
ATTENTION
If the machine is to be installed outdoors it must be protected by a canopy roof or
by suitable means that will prevent water from penetrating inside the head unit.
Ambient conditions in place of operation:
- relative humidity from 30% to 95% (without condensate);
- temperature from 0 to +55C.
WARNING
Use of the machine in a potentially explosive atmosphere is not permitted.
If the machine is supplied with a number of separate parts that require assembly,
follow the assembly procedures described below.
Cabinet with balancing unit assembly (fig. 4)
- Fit the three rubber foot rests (E, fig. 4), one on the front casing (A, fig. 4) and two on
the support foot (C, fig. 4).
- Fit the square M10 nut in the hole on the lower edge of the rear casing.
- Screw the M10 screw on the nut, with the head of the screw facing downward, insert-
ing the lock nut between the head and the lower edge of the plate. This serves as an
adjustable support.
- Fit six M8 nuts on the square holes present on the edges of the two casings.
- Assemble the two casings (A, B, fig. 4), overlapping the edges so that the edge with
the nuts is positioned on the inside. Partially tighten the six M8 screws, from the
outside towards the inside, on the respective nuts. Only fully tighten the bottom
screw on the support foot side, as this screw will not be accessible after the foot
support has been assembled.
- Fit five M8 nuts and two M6 nuts on the respective square holes present on the foot
(C, fig. 4).
- Fit the foot on the assembled cabinet, fully tightening the five M8 screws (with the
heads on the inside of the cabinet).
- Position the balancing machine unit (D, fig. 4) on the cabinet, using the four M8
screws.
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- Fully tighten the six M8 screws that unite the two casings.
- Adjust the height of the rear casing support foot so that the machine is correctly
positioned on the flooring. Lock the foot in this position using the lock nut.
- Assemble the four flange-holder pins (F, fig. 4).
- Fit the threaded hub on the spin shaft using the hex wrench.
Head unit assembly (fig. 5)
- Remove the head unit from the plastic wrapping.
- Insert the pins that protrude from the head unit base into the respective holes on the
weight-holder cover.
- Rotate the head unit in an anti-clockwise direction in order to lock in position.
Guard assembly (optional) (fig. 6)
- Connect the cable from the rear part of the balancing machine unit (D, fig. 6) to the
cable on the guard support bracket (A, fig. 6).
- Attach the bracket to the balancing machine unit using the four M6 screws provided,
making sure that the cable is not damaged or crushed.
- Unscrew the nuts that lock the two screws on the guard support pin holes and remove
the screws.
- Fit the guard tube (B, fig. 6) into the support pin, lining up the two sets of holes.
- Fit the two screws into the holes and lock the tube to the support by tightening the
relative nuts.
- Position the plastic sheath (C, fig. 6) on the tube.
- Attach the tube by fitting the eight clamping elements in position (E, fig. 6).
- To complete fixing of the guard to the support tube, use the two safety self-tapping
screws on the front and on the rear of the guard.
After the machine has been assembled it should be installed in the pre-stabilized
position, making sure that the surrounding spaces correspond to the minimum values
indicated in figure 7.
Main operational components of the machine (fig. 9)
A distance measuring sensor
B rotating display
C display panel with keyboard
D START button (2 pieces)
E flange-holder
F weight-holder cover
G wheel support shaft
H master switch
I handling holes
J wheel protection (optional)
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Display panel (fig. 10)
A inside plane display (left)
B outside plane display (right)
C inside plane position indicator
D outside plane position indicator
E keys and leds for selection and display of available programs
F key and led for wheel data input
ELECTRICAL HOOK-UP
On request the balancing machine can be set up by the manufacturer to operate with
the power supply available in the place of installation. The set-up details for each
individual machine are given on the machine data plate and on a special label at-
tached to the power supply connection cable.
WARNING
All electrical hook-up operations must be carried out exclusively by a qualified
electrician.
- The electrical supply must be suitably sized in relation to:
absorbed power specifications indicated on the machine dataplate;
the distance between the machine and the power supply hook-up point, so that
voltage drops under full load do not exceed 4% (10% in the case of start-up) below
the rated voltage specified on the dataplate.
- The user must equip the machine with the following:
a dedicated power plug in compliance with the relevant electrical safety standards;
a suitable circuit-breaker (residual current set to 30 mA) on the mains connection;
power line fuses in accordance with specifications in the main wiring diagram of this
manual.
a suitable earthing system installed on the workshop mains line.
- To prevent unauthorised use of the machine, always disconnect the mains plug when
the machine is not used (switched off) for extended periods of time.
- If the machine is connected directly to the power supply by means of the main
electrical panel and without the use of a plug, install a key-operated switch or
suitable lock-out device to restrict machine use exclusively to qualified personnel.
WARNING
A good ground connection is essential for the correct functioning of the machine.
NEVER connect the machine ground wire to a gas pipe, water pipe, telephone cable
or other unsuitable objects.
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SAFETY REGULATIONS
WARNING
Failure to observe these instructions and the relative danger warnings can cause
serious injury to the operator or other persons.
Do not use the machine until you have read and understood all the danger/warning/
attention notices in this manual.
This machine must be used only by qualified, authorised operator who is capable of
understanding the written instructions given by the manufacturer, suitably trained and
conversant with the safety regulations. Operators are expressly forbidden to use the
machine under the influence of alcohol or drugs capable of affecting physical and
mental capacity.
The following conditions are essential:
- read and understand all the instructions on how to use the machine;
- have a thorough knowledge of the capacities and characteristics of the machine;
- keep unauthorized persons well clear of the area of operation;
- make sure that the machine has been installed in compliance with established
legislation and standards;
- make sure that all machine operators are suitably trained, that they are capable of
using the machine correctly and that they are adequately supervised during work;
- do not touch power lines or the inside of electric motors or other electrical equip-
ment until the power has been disconnected;
- read this manual carefully and learn how to use the machine correctly and safely;
- always keep this manual in a place where it can be readily consulted when working
with the machine and do not fail to refer to the manual whenever in need of confirma-
tion or explanations.
WARNING
Do not remove or deface the SAFETY, DANGER or INSTRUCTION decals. Replace
any missing or illegible Safety, Danger or Instruction decals. Replacement decals
can be obtained from your nearest CORGHI dealer.
- When using and carrying out maintenance on the machine, observe the unified
industrial accident prevention regulations for high voltage industrial equipment and
rotating machinery.
- Any unauthorized alterations made to the machine automatically release the manu-
facturer from any liability in the case of damage or accidents as a result of such
alterations. Specifically, tampering with or removing the machines safety devices is a
breach of the regulations for industrial accident prevention.
WARNING
During work and maintenance operations, always tie up long hair and do not wear
loose clothing, ties, necklaces, wristwatches or any other items that may get caught
up in the moving parts.
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Key to warning and instructions labels
Never apply force to the spin shaft when moving the machine.
Unplug the power supply cable before carrying out maintenance/
assistance work on the machine.
Do not lift up the guard when the wheel is turning.
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GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
- Low balancing speed (98 rpm): quicker, safer, cheaper.
- Manual sensor for distance measurement and for adhesive weight application in the
Alu P programs.
- Automatic wheel clamping at the end of the spin.
- Wheel support shaft locking brake.
- Side flange holder cabinet.
- Cover with trays for all types of weights.
- Mini-anvil to repair clip weights.
- Automatic start by pushing down on lowered wheel guard.
- Illuminated digital display panel with double display.
- Keyboard with reduced number of keys and friendly interface for simple understand-
ing and rapid machine use.
- Processing unit with micro processor.
- Resolution: 1 gram (1/10 oz.)
- Unbalance display in grams and ounces.
- Unbalance display rounding setting.
- types of balancing available:
Standard dynamic on both sides
Static on a single side
ALU / ALU P seven different routines for aluminum rims
Motorcycle dynamic dynamic on both sides of motorcycle wheels.
ALU motorcycle dynamic on both sides of aluminum motorcycle wheels.
- Mobile planes program (in ALU P) for using multiple five gram weights, i.e.: availa-
ble without the need for partial cuts.
- Concealed weight program (in ALU P) in order to sub-divide the outer plane
balancing adhesive weights into two equal weights positioned behind the rim spokes.
- OPT program to reduce road noise by optimizing rim/tyre match.
- General utility programs:
Calibration
Servicing
Self-diagnostics
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
- Supply voltage .................................................................. 100/115/230V 10% single-phase
- Power draw .................................................................................................................... 250 W
- Balancing speed.......................................................................................................... 98 rpm
- Maximum unbalance value calculated................................................................ 255 grams
- Average spin time (with 5x14 wheel) ............................................................................. 7 s
- Shaft diameter .............................................................................................................. 38 mm
- Work ambient temperature ........................................................................... from 0 to 50C
- Machine dimensions (without guard) (fig. 8a)
width ......................................................................................................................... 900 mm
depth ........................................................................................................................ 550 mm
height ...................................................................................................................... 1300 mm
- Machine dimensions (fig. 8b)
width ....................................................................................................................... 1320 mm
depth with guard closed ...................................................................................... 1100 mm
depth with guard open ......................................................................................... 1200 mm
height with guard closed ...................................................................................... 1350 mm
height with guard open ........................................................................................ 1710 mm
- Programming parameters
rim width ..................................................................................................... from 1.5 to 20
rim diameter .................................................................................................. from 1 to 23
Max. wheel/machine distance................................................................................ 290 mm
Max. wheel width (with guard) ............................................................................... 510 mm
Max. wheel diameter (with guard) ........................................................................ 925 mm
Max. wheel weight ...................................................................................................... 65 kg
- Shipping weight (without accessories) ....................................................................... 79 kg
- Shipping weight with guard (without accessories) .................................................... 93 kg
- Noise level when running .................................................................................... < 70 dB(A)
ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED WITH THE
MACHINE
The following parts are supplied together with the machine:
- Weight clip pliers .......................................................................................... cod. 900203841
- Threaded hub................................................................................................ cod. 900222099
- Flange attachment bolt ................................................................................ cod. 900222101
- Wheel width measurement gauge .............................................................. cod. 900223420
- Weights identification plate ........................................................................ cod. 900437485
- Open hex wrench CH 10 ............................................................................. cod. 900442175
- Open hex wrench CH 17 ............................................................................... cod. 900440384
- Hex wrench CH 5 ........................................................................................... cod. 900600674
- Hex wrench CH 6 ........................................................................................... cod. 900600906
- Hex wrench CH 10 ......................................................................................... cod. 900600910
- 100 gram weight ............................................................................................ cod. 900430573
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OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
- Wheelguard Code 802249071
- For the other accessories, refer to the relative catalogue supplied with the machine.
GENERAL CONDITIONS OF USE
The balancing machines described in this manual must be used exclusively to meas-
ure the entity and position of unbalances on motor vehicle wheels, within the limits
specified in the technical specifications heading. Furthermore, models with motors
must be provided with a suitable guard, fitted with a safety device, which must be
lowered during the spin operation.
ATTENTION
All other uses, apart from those described, are to be considered improper and
unreasonable.
ATTENTION
It is forbidden to start the machine without the equipment for clamping the wheel.
ATTENTION
Do not tamper with the safety device.
ATTENTION
Do not clean the wheels fitted on the machine with compressed air or jets of water.
ATTENTION
During work it is advised to use only original CORGHI equipment.
ATTENTION
Get to know your machine. The best way to prevent accidents and obtain top
performance from the machine is to ensure that all operators know how the ma-
chine works.
Learn the function and location of all the commands.
Carefully check that all commands on the machine are working efficiently.
To avoid accidents and injury, the machine must be installed properly, operated
correctly and serviced regularly.
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SWITCHING ON THE MACHINE
Turn on the machine using the master switch on the rear left hand side of the cabinet
(H, fig. 9).
After the acoustic signal and the lamp test the machine is ready to receive the wheel data.
WHEEL DATA INPUT
The machine allows the diameter, width and distance values to be entered manually,
using the keyboard.
- Press the key
- Measure the rim width using the caliper provided (fig. 12).
- Modify the width value displayed by pressing the keys until the desired
number is set.
The WIDTH can be set in millimetres or values already set can be converted from
inches to millimetres by pressing the key.
The keys can be kept pressed to increase/or decrease values set previously
at high speed.
- Press the key to confirm the previous value and pre-set the machine for entering
of the DIAMETER.
- Read the nominal rim diameter value on the tyre.
- Modify the diameter value displayed by pressing the keys until the number
read appears on the screen. The DIAMETER can be set in millimetres or values
already set can be converted from inches to millimetres by pressing the key.
- Press the key to confirm the previous value and pre-set the machine for entering
of the DISTANCE.
- Bring the distance measuring arm into contact with the inside of the rim (fig. 11).
- Read the value of the distance between the wheel and the cabinet on the rule
provided.
- Modify the distance value displayed by pressing the keys until the number
read appears on the screen.
Take great care to position the arm correctly in order to obtain an accurate dis-
tance reading.
After setting the geometrical dimensions correctly, press to display the imbalance
values recalculated on the basis of the new dimensions or to perform a wheel
spin.
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UNBALANCE DISPLAY IN
GRAMS OR OUNCES
The machine can be set up to display unbalance values in grams or ounces by pressing
the key and holding it down for approximately five seconds.
ROUNDING
When the machine is switched on the default setting shows the unbalance to the
nearest five grams, rounding up or down to the nearest multiple of 5 (or to the nearest
1/4 ounce if the data output in ounces has been set).
In this default setting, the first 4 grams are not displayed since they are regarded as
below the operational threshold (as indicated by the illumination of the x5; oz/4
leds on the display panel).
To remove this threshold press (the x5; oz/4 leds will turn off) and the unbalance
will be shown to the last gram (or to the last 1/10 of an ounce if the reading is shown in
ounces).
Each time the key is pressed, the machine toggles between the two display modes.
WHEEL SPIN
Press the two start buttons, one on the front of the machine and the other on the left-
hand side and keep them pressed until the braking phase starts. If either or both
buttons are released during the spin or reading phases, the message Cr Err appears
and the brake is automatically engaged.
WARNING
The machine must not be put into operation if the safety device has been tampered
with.
WARNING
During use of the machine, there must be no personnel inside the zone enclosed by
the dotted line in fig. 7a.
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WHEEL SPIN (with guard)
The wheel spin operation is started automatically by lowering the guard on the wheel,
or by pressing the

key with the guard lowered.
A safety device prevents the rotation of the wheel when the guard is open and stops
the rotation if the guard is opened during the wheel spin operation. In this event the
Cr Err message will appear on the display.
ATTENTION
It is forbidden to start the machine without the guard and/or with the safety device
incorrectly positioned or tampered with.
ATTENTION
Never raise the guard before the wheel has come to a stop.
If, due to a fault on the machine, the wheel keeps spinning permanently, switch off the
machine at the master switch or unplug the plug from the power supply panel (emer-
gency stop). Then wait until the wheel stops before raising the guard.
BALANCING PROGRAMS
Before starting a balancing cycle:
- mount the wheel on the shaft using the appropriate flange and lock in position so
that during the wheel spin and clamping operations the wheel will not move;
- remove any balancing weights, stones, dirt or other foreign bodies from the wheel;
- input the wheel data correctly.
Dynamic balancing (standard)
- Press the keys until the led for the DYN balancing program is illuminated;
- press to confirm this selection.
Dynamic balancing mode is the default setting when the machine is switched on.
- Input the wheel data correctly.
- Spin the wheel.
For best balancing results do not rush the machine during the wheel spin operation.
- Wait until the wheel is automatically stopped and the calculated unbalance value is
visualized on the display.
- Select the first side to be balanced.
- Rotate the wheel until the central element of the corresponding position indicator is
illuminated.
- Place the balancing weight at the 12 oclock position.
- Repeat this process for the other side of the wheel.
- Carry out a test spin to check the accuracy of the balancing. If this is not completely
to your satisfaction, change the amount of the weight and the position following the
indications given in the balancing check diagram (fig. 13).
Remember that when the unbalance is large, a slight error (one or two degrees) in
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positioning the balancing weight can produce a residual unbalance of 5 - 10 g.
By pressing the

key when the wheel is stopped in one of the weight application
positions, the wheel support shaft locking clamp is activated. This will make the
application of the weights easier. The wheel is released by pressing the

key
again; by pressing the start keys (or key

if the wheelguard is fitted) to perform a
wheel spin, or after a pre-set time.
The wheel may also be clamped in order to facilitate the assembly of centering
accessories.
WARNING
Check that the weight connection system is in perfect working condition.
A badly or incorrectly connected weight may become detached as the wheel turns,
creating a potential danger.
If the

key is pressed whilst the wheel is rotating, the spin will be prematurely
interrupted.
Static balancing
A wheel can also be balanced with a single weight placed on one of its sides, or at the
center of the channel. This is called static balancing. Some dynamic unbalance may
still be present (shimmy) and the wider the tyre the more noticeable this will be.
- Press the keys until the led for the ST balancing program is illuminated;
- press to confirm this selection.
- Input the diameter of the wheel (in static mode you need only input the diameter).
- Spin the wheel.
- Wait until the wheel is automatically stopped and the calculated unbalance value is
visualized on the display.
- Rotate the wheel until the central element of the corresponding position indicator is
illuminated.
- Put the balancing weight at 12 oclock, on either side or on the center of the rim
channel.
If you decide on the rim channel, remember that the diameter is less than the
nominal and for good results, when you input the diameter value, make it 2 or 3
inches less than the nominal.
- Carry out a test spin following the same procedures as for dynamic balancing.
Balancing aluminum (ALU) wheels
ALU 1P, 2P programs
To balance aluminum wheels, self-adhesive weights are usually used that are posi-
tioned differently from the clip weights used in standard balancing (fig. 14).
These programs are used for maximum precision balancing on light aluminum rims that
require the application of both weights on the same side (inner) in relation to the rim
disk.
- Press the keys until the led for the ALU program is illuminated;
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- press the number of times needed to confirm your choice of ALU program (the
rim shown on the panel illustrates the corresponding balancing planes).
Measuring wheel data
The distances in relation to the real balancing planes and the nominal diameter of the
wheel have to be set.
The user may choose the balancing planes to which the adhesive weights are to be
applied as appropriate to the specific shape of the rim. However, bear in mind that in
order to reduce the size of the weights to be applied it is always best to choose
balancing planes as far apart as possible; if the distance between the two planes is
less than 37 mm (1.5") the message Alu Err appears.
- Press the key to pre-set the machine for entering of the distance d1 relative to
the inside of the wheel (the distance LED will illuminate on the panel).
- Bring the end of the measuring arm onto the plane chosen for application of the
inside weight (fig. 15 for ALU 1P and fig. 11 for ALU 2P). In Alu 1 P the centre of the
hollow in which the adhesive weight for application is to be placed is taken as a
reference. In Alu 2 P reference is made to the edge of the rim, since the inside
weight is of the conventional clip type.
Take great care to place the end of the arm in an area of the rim without gaps so
that it will be possible to apply the weight in the same position.
- Read the value of the inside distance d1 from the cabinet on the rule provided.
- Modify the value shown on the right-hand display by pressing the keys until
the distance d1 value read previously appears.
- Press the key again to pre-set the machine for entering of the distance d2
relative to the outside of the wheel (the distance LED will illuminate on the panel).
- Bring the end of the measuring arm onto the plane chosen for application of the
outside weight, following the procedure already described for the inside of the
wheel.
- Read the value of the distance d2 from the cabinet on the rule provided.
- Modify the value shown on the right-hand display by pressing the keys until
the distance d2 value read previously appears.
- Press the key again to pre-set the machine for entering of the nominal diameter
of the wheel.
- Read the nominal rim diameter value on the tyre.
- Modify the diameter value shown on the right-hand display by pressing the
keys until the nominal value read appears on the screen.
- Press to display the imbalance values (recalculated on the basis of the new
dimensions) or perform a wheel spin.
Carrying out a spin
Attaching balancing weights
- Select the plane where the first balancing weight is to be applied.
- Rotate the wheel until the central element of the corresponding position indicator is
illuminated.
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If the balancing weight is of the traditional spring type (inside plane in ALU 2P),
position the balancing weight at 12 oclock. If, on the other hand, the weight is of the
adhesive type:
- position the weight inside the gap on the gauge weight holder terminal (fig. 17), with
the adhesive strip protective paper facing upward. Then remove the protective
paper.
- With the wheel in position centred the machine signals the imbalance value on one
display, which flashes, while the other display (not flashing) shows the distance
between the corresponding plane and the cabinet.
- Bring the sensor into the position indicated on the display which is not flashing (the
distance is read on the rule provided).
- Rotate the end of the gauge until the weight adhesive strip is in position in corre-
spondence with the rim surface.
- Press the push button (fig. 17) to eject the weight and make it stick to the rim.
- Return the gauge to the resting position.
- Repeat this process for the application of the second balancing weight.
- Carry out a test spin to check the accuracy of the balancing.
In order to be sure that the weight sticks to the rim, the surface must be perfectly
clean. If necessary, clean the rim surface with a suitable detergent.
Mobile planes program
(only available with ALU P programs)
This function is automatically activated when an ALU P program is selected.
It modifies the pre-selected positions for the application of adhesive balancing
weights, in order to allow perfect wheel balancing using commercially available
adhesive weights in multiples of five grams. The precision of the machine is thereby
improved, avoiding rounding or cutting weights in order to approximately deal with
the real unbalance values.
The modified positions, where the adhesive weights are to be applied, are selected by
the user according to the instructions supplied by the balancing machine (see attach-
ing balancing weights header).
Hidden weight program
(only available with ALU P programs)
This program sub-divides the outside balancing weight into two combining weights,
located in a concealed position behind the two spokes on the aluminum rim.
- Pre-select one of the ALU 1P, ALU 2P programs.
- Press the keys until the led for the Fn program is illuminated;
- press to confirm this selection.
You have now entered the concealed weight program and the message hid will
appear on the left hand part of the display. If this program is selected without having
pre-selected an ALU P program, the Err 26 message will appear on the display.
- press the keys until the number of spokes on the rim is shown on the display.
If OFF is selected, instead of the number of spokes, the next time the key is
pressed, the previously activated procedure is disabled or the program is aban-
doned without activating the procedure.
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- Rotate the wheel until the center of a spoke is positioned at 12 oclock.
- Press to memorize the set data (number of spokes and position in degrees).
- Press to confirm.
- press to exit from the data setting function and to return to the ALU P program
previously selected. The Fn led will remain on, to indicate that the concealed
weight program is still activated.
- Carry out a test spin.
With the variation of the position of the wheel, the outside plane display will alternate-
ly show the two calculated unbalance values.
The application of each of the two balancing weights is carried out as described in the
ALU P programs attaching balancing weights header.
The CONCEALED WEIGHT function combines with the MOBILE PLANES function in
order to allow multiple 5 gram balancing weights to be used.
Standard ALU programs
(ALU 1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
The ALU standard programs take into account the different positions for the applica-
tion of the weights (fig. 14) and provide correct unbalance values maintaining un-
changed the nominal wheel data input for aluminum rims.
- Press the keys until the led for the corresponding ALU program is illuminated;
- press the number of times needed to confirm your choice of ALU program (the
rim shown on the panel illustrates the corresponding balancing planes).
- Set the nominal geometrical data of the wheel.
If the values of the diameter and of the distance between the two balance planes
recalculated on a statistical basis starting from the wheels nominal data are outside
the normally accepted interval stated in the technical data section, the message
alu Err is displayed.
- Proceed according to the instructions for dynamic balancing.
Some slight residual unbalance may remain at the end of the spin test due to the
considerable difference in shape found in rims with the same nominal diameters. To
counter this, change the amount and position of the weights in accordance with the
balance check diagram (fig. 13) until an accurate balance status has been obtained.
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Motorcycle wheel balancing
Motorcycle wheels can undergo the static balancing procedure (following the steps
outlined in the section on Static Balancing), if necessary dividing the weight into two
equal parts and placing a weight on each side of the wheel.
If the WIDTH of the tyre (over 3 inches) causes considerable unbalance that cannot be
eliminated with static balancing, it may be worthwhile carrying out dynamic balancing
on both sides.
Motorcycle dynamic program
- Press the keys until the led for the corresponding DM program is illuminated;
- press to confirm this selection.
- Fit the wheel onto the shaft using the AUMO flange (fig. 18).
IMPORTANT: In order to carry out precise measurements it is indispensable that the
wheel is mounted on the flange, so that there is no slippage when the wheel is spun
or clamped as this will give inconsistent results.
- Fit the extension on the (A, fig. 18) on the inner gauge arm.
- Input the wheel data as described previously.
- Proceed according to the instructions for dynamic balancing.
Motorcycle ALU program
To balance motorcycle wheels dynamically with adhesive weights.
- Press the keys until the led for the corresponding DM program is illuminated;
- press twice to select the Alu motorcycle program (the corresponding balancing
planes will be highlighted on the rim shown on the display).
- Proceed according to the instructions for the Motorcycle Dynamic program.
For best results the adhesive weights should be positioned with the outside edge in
line with the edge of the rim.
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QUICK OPT OPTIMIZATION PROGRAM
In the majority of cases this program provides results that can be compared with that
of the complete program described previously, using less spins and therefore acceler-
ating the procedure.
To carry out this procedure, refer to the previous header, taking into account that the
quick version automatically excludes the first phase with an empty rim (OPT 1).
Consequently, the first phase of the quick OPT program (OPT 1) corresponds to the
second phase of the complete program (OPT 2), and so on.
OPT OPTIMIZATION PROGRAM
(optional)
This procedure is used to reduce road noise (vibrations) to a minimum. Road noise
can still be present even after a very painstaking balancing, but it can be reduced by
eliminating any mismatch between tyre and rim as much as possible.
The professional experience of the tyre specialist is extremely important in these
cases. If it is decided that this extra step could be helpful to reduce road noise to a
minimum, this program can be selected.
- Press the keys until the led for the corresponding OPT program is illuminated.
- Press to confirm this selection.
Once the selection has been made, the machine will indicate whether it is worthwhile
going through the OPT program. To do this the machine will flash the following
message:
- YES OPT if it is considered to be worthwhile proceeding with the program;
- NO OPT if it is not.
This decision is made on the basis of the unbalance found with the last spin made
(therefore, the last spin must refer to the wheel on the machine).
The first phase of the program then starts and will be indicated on the display.
If you do not want to continue with this program, press the key.
OPT 1
- Fit the rim (without the tyre) on the balancing machine.
- Rotate the wheel until the valve (or hole) is at 12 oclock.
- press the key.
- Carry out the spin (as instructed by the displays).
At the end of the spin, the program enters the second stage.
OPT 2
- Remove the rim from the balancing machine.
- Fit the tyre on the rim.
- Fit the complete wheel on the balancing machine.
- Rotate the wheel until the valve is at 12 oclock.
- press the key.
- Carry out the second spin.
At the end of the spin, the program enters the third stage.
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OPT 3
- Turn the wheel until the central element of the position indicator is illuminated.
- Make a chalk mark on the outside wall of the tyre at 12 oclock.
- Press the key.
- If key is pushed, the OPT program is temporarily quitted (to enter again the
OPT program, the same running procedure is necessary).
- Remove the wheel from the balancing machine.
- Rotate the tyre on the rim until the mark made previously corresponds with the valve
(rotation through 180).
- Re-fit the complete wheel on the balancing machine.
- Rotate the wheel until the valve (or hole) is at 12 oclock.
- press the key.
- Carry out the spin.
At the end of the spin, the program enters the fourth and final stage.
OPT 4
- Turn the wheel until the central element of the position indicator is illuminated.
- Make a double chalk mark on the outside wall of the tyre at 12 oclock. If the screen
indicates that the tyre should be switched around on the rim, make the two chalk
marks on the inside of the tyre wall.
- Press the key.
- Remove the wheel from the balancing machine.
- Rotate the tyre (switching around if necessary) on the rim, until the mark made
previously corresponds with the valve.
- Re-fit the complete wheel on the balancing machine.
- Rotate the wheel until the valve (or hole) is at 12 oclock.
- Press the key.
- Carry out the spin.
With the completion of the fourth spin, the optimization program has been completed
and the weights to be added to balance the wheel will be shown on the display.
If an error has been made that may negatively affect the end result, the machine will
indicate this error with the Opt Err message. This means that the entire procedure
should be repeated from the beginning.
Notes
- If you do not want to carry out the first spin with the empty ring, this phase can be
skipped. In order to perform this operation, press the key immediately after
pressing the key for the OPT program.
Fit the wheel, complete with the tyre, on the balancing machine and carry out the
following phases (2,3,4) in the manner described previously.
- At the end of the second or third spin, the message out 1 and out 2 may appear on
the video.
If this happens, exit from the program by pressing the key: the weights required
to balance the wheel will be displayed on the display.
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In this manner the execution of the program is abbreviated, accepting the current
status and abandoning the possible improval of the end results.
By pressing the key the optimization procedure can be continued.
- At the end of the third spin a message may appear suggesting that the tyre is switched
around on the rim. If you do not want to (or cannot) carry out this operation, press the
key;
The machine will provide instructions on how to terminate the program without
carrying out the inversion operation.
CALIBRATION PROGRAMS
Sensitivity calibration
This program should be run whenever the settings appear to be out of tolerance or
when the machine requests self-calibration spontaneously by displaying the Err CAL
message.
- Select a wheel of average size and weight, preferably with a limited unbalance,
and fit to the shaft.
- Enter the correct wheel data.
- Press the keys until the led for the corresponding CAL program is illuminated.
- Press to confirm this selection.
- Rotate the wheel to the point denoted by the position indicator and by the appear-
ance of the value 100 (3.5 if the ounce mode is selected).
- Attach the 100 g (or 3.5 oz.) sample weight to the OUTSIDE of the rim, exactly at the
12 oclock position.
- Carry out a first spin.
- Once the wheel has stopped, remove the sample weight and rotate the wheel to the
point denoted by the position indicator and by the appearance of the value 100
(3.5 oz.).
- Attach the 100 g (or 3.5 oz.) sample weight to the OUTSIDE of the rim, exactly at the
12 oclock position.
- Carry out a second spin.
If the calibration program has been completed successfully, this will be confirmed by
an acoustic signal. If not the Er3 CAL message will be displayed.
The self-calibration program ends with the display showing the unbalance values for
the wheel (ignoring the sample weight).
Notes
- Remember to remove the 100 g (3.5 oz.) sample weight at the end of the procedure.
- By pressing the key, the calibration procedure will be abandoned.
- THE CALIBRATION DESCRIBED ABOVE IS VALID FOR ANY TYPE OF WHEEL !
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DISPLAY MESSAGES
The machine can recognize a certain number of incorrect operations and will signal
them with appropriate messages on the display.
Error messages
Err CAL Error in first sensitivity calibration.
The first sensitivity calibration procedure should be carried out.
Err 7 The machine is temporarily unable to select the program requested.
Carry out a spin and repeat the request.
Err 23 Data acquisition in ALU P program incomplete or incorrect.
Repeat acquisition process correctly.
Err 26 Program only available after having selected ALU 1P / ALU 2P.
Err 27 Wheel did not stop within the maximum allowed time.
If this message appears frequently contact your service centre.
Err 28 Encoder error.
If this message appears frequently contact your service centre.
Err 29 Device for spinning malfunction.
Switch off the machine and contact your service centre.
Err 30 Failure on wheel spin device. Switch off the machine and call in the
technical service.
Err Stp Wheel has stopped during spin.
Alu Err Incorrect wheel data for aluminum wheel balancing program.
Correct the dimensions set.
OPT Err Error made during the OPT procedure (optimization).
Repeat the procedure from the beginning.
Cr Err One or both START buttons released with the wheel in motion.
Keep both buttons pressed until the braking phase starts.
If the wheelguard is fitted, this message also appears if START is
pressed with the guard raised.
Lower the guard to perform the wheel spin.
Other messages
CAL GO Calibration spin
GO Alu Spin using ALU program
GO d15 Spin using Motorcycle Dynamic program
GO A15 Spin using Motorcycle Alu program
St Spin using static balancing program
hid n Number of spokes input in concealed weight program
CCC CCC Unbalance values exceeding 999 grams
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BALANCING ACCESSORY
AVAILABILITY STATUS
This check allows the user to make sure that wear has not altered the mechanical
specifications of flanges, cones, etc., beyond the specified limits.
The test is carried out with a perfectly balanced wheel (to zero without the threshold
and showing the first gram). When this wheel is mounted on the balancing machine,
removed and remounted in a different position, the unbalance weight should not be
more than 10 grams.
If the unbalance is higher, check all the accessories with care and replace any that
show dents, abnormal wear, bent flanges, etc.
Always remember that if you are using a cone to center the wheel on the shaft, you will
never obtain good results if the hole in the rim is not perfect, i.e.: off-center or out-of-
round. Results are always better when the wheel is centered with the rim holes.
It should be remembered that any difference between the way the wheel is mounted
on the vehicle and the way it is mounted on the balancing machine will undoubtedly
generate a certain degree of unbalance.
This can only be eliminated with on vehicle balancing, using a finishing balancing
machine to complement the work on the bench balancing machine.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Listed below are faults that the user can remedy if the cause is found to be among
those indicated.
Any other defect or malfunction will require the attention of a qualified technician:
contact your nearest Corghi service center.
The machine fails to switch on
(the displays remain off and there is no light showing at the main switch)
No power at the socket
Check the mains voltage.
Check the electrical power circuit installed in the workshop.
Defective machine plug
Check the integrity and efficiency of the plug and replace if necessary.
The machine fails to switch on
(the displays remain off even with the light showing at the main switch)
One of the FU1 FU6 fuses at the circuit board has blown.
Replace the blown fuse.
The FU1 power supply fuse has blown (LED lights L2 and L5 are off).
Replace the blown fuse.
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When the START buttons (or button if the wheelguard is fitted) are
pressed the wheel does not move (the machine does not start up).
For machines with wheelguard, check that the guard is not raised (message Cr Err
appears).
Lower the wheel guard.
The FU2, FU3 power supply fuses have blown (LED lights L1 and L3 are off).
Replace the blown fuses.
The machine provides discontinuous unbalance values.
The machine has been jolted or destabilized during the spin.
Repeat the spin, taking care not to disturb the machine while data acquisition is in
progress.
The machine is not soundly installed on the flooring.
Check the installation and adjust the support feet, using shims if necessary.
The wheel is not properly clamped.
Tighten the spinner so that the wheel is securely restrained.
Several spins are required in order to balance a wheel.
The machine has been jolted or destabilized during the spin.
Repeat the spin, taking care not to disturb the machine while data acquisition is in
progress.
The machine is not soundly installed on the flooring.
Check the installation and adjust the support feet, using shims if necessary.
The wheel is not properly clamped.
Tighten the spinner so that the wheel is securely restrained.
The machine is not correctly calibrated.
Carry out the sensitivity calibration procedure.
The input data is not correct.
Check that the data corresponds to the dimensions of the wheel and correct, if
necessary.
Carry out the gauge calibration procedure.
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MAINTENANCE
WARNING
CORGHI declines all liability for claims deriving from the use on non-original spares
or accessories.
WARNING
Before carrying out any adjustments or performing maintenance operations,
disconnect the electrical power supply from the machine and make sure that all
moving parts are suitably immobilized.
Do not remove or modify any parts of the machine except in the event of service
interventions.
ATTENTION
Keep the work area clean.
Do not clean the machine with compressed air or jets of water.
When cleaning the area take steps to avoid raising dust as far as possible.
- Keep the balancing machine shaft, the spinner, the cones and the centering flanges
clean. These components can be cleaned using a brush soaked in naphtha.
- Handle cones and flanges with care to avoid the risk of dropping them and causing
damage that would affect centering precision.
- When not in use, store cones and flanges in a place where they are protected from
dust and dirt.
- Use ethyl alcohol to clean the display panel.
- Calibrate the machine at least once every six months.
DEMOLITION
If the machine is to be scrapped, remove all electrical, electronic, and plastic compo-
nents and dispose of them separately, as provided for by local legislation.
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RECOMMENDED FIRE-EXTINGUISHING
DEVICES
When choosing the most suitable fire extinguisher consult the following table:
Dry combustibles
Water YES
Foam YES
Dry chemical YES*
CO
2
YES*
YES* Use only if more appropriate extinguishers are not on hand and when the fire is small.
Inflammable liquids
Water NO
Foam YES
Dry chemical YES
CO
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Electrical fires
Water NO
Foam NO
Dry chemical YES
CO
2
YES
WARNING
The indications in this table are of a general nature. They are designed as a
guideline for the user. The application of each type of extinguisher will be illustrat-
ed fully by the respective manufacturers on request.
GLOSSARY
Following there is a brief description of some of the technical terms used in this
manual.
BALANCING CYCLE
Sequence of operations performed by the user and the machine, starting from the
beginning of the wheel spin, to the time that the wheel is braked to a standstill after
the unbalancing signals have been acquired and the relative values calculated.
CALIBRATION
See SELF-CALIBRATION
CENTERING
Procedure for positioning the wheel on the spin shaft with the aim of ensuring that the
rotation axis of the wheel is aligned with the center of the shaft.
CONE
Conical components with center hole which, when inserted on the spin shaft, serves to
center wheels with center holes whose diameter is between maximum and minimum
values.
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DYNAMIC BALANCING
Operation in which unbalance is corrected by the application of two weights, one on
each side of the wheel.
FLANGE (Balancing machine)
Disk that mates with the disk of the wheel mounted on the balancing machine. The
flange also serves to keep the wheel perfectly perpendicular to its axis of rotation.
FLANGE (Centering accessory)
Device serving to support and center the wheel. Also keeps the wheel perfectly
perpendicular to its axis of rotation.
The centering flange is mounted on the balancing machine shaft by means of its
central hole.
GAUGE (Measuring arm)
Movable mechanical element placed in contact with the wheel in a pre-set position to
measure the distance between the wheel and the aligner cabinet. Data can be
acquired automatically if the sensor is equipped with suitable measuring transducers.
SELF-CALIBRATION
A procedure whereby suitable correction coefficients are calculated by starting from
known operating conditions. Self-calibration improves the measurement precision of
the machine by correcting, within limits, calculation errors that may arise due to
alteration of the machines characteristics over the course of time.
SPIN
Procedure starting from the action that causes the wheel to rotate and the successive
free rotation of the wheel.
SPINNER
Device for clamping the wheel to the balancing machine. The spinner features ele-
ments for engaging to the threaded hub, and lateral pins that are used to tighten it.
STATIC BALANCING
In static balancing only the static component of the unbalance is corrected. This is
achieved by fitting a single weight - usually at the center of the rim channel. The
accuracy of this system increases as the width of the wheel decreases.
THREADED HUB
Threaded part of the shaft that is engaged with the spinner to clamp the wheel. This
component is supplied disassembled from the machine.
UNBALANCE
Non-uniform distribution of the wheel mass that results in the generation of centrifugal
force during rotation.
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GENERAL ELECTRIC LAYOUT DIAGRAMS
Cod. 454356 (UC0172)
AP1 Power supply and controls board
AP2 Mother board (CPU)
AP5 Search board
BP1 Internal pick-up
BP2 External pick-up
M1 Motor
QS1 Master switch
R1 Resistor
SQ1 Safety guard microswitch
SQ4 Wheel spin device safety microswitch
TC1 Power supply transformer
XB1 Connector
XS1 Power supply socket
YA1 Motor coil
YA2 Brake / motor disconnection coil
Z2 Motor filter
FU.. Fuse
SB1 START button
Z1 Mains filter
Italiano Illustrazioni e schemi
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Franais Illustrations et schmas
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Cod. 454356A
EC statement of conformity
We, CORGHI SPA, Strada Statale n9, Correggio (RE), ITALY, do hereby declare, that the product
EM6040 wheel balancer
to which this statement refers, conforms to the following standards or to other regulatory documents:
EN 292 of 09/91
according to directives:
- 98/37/EC;
- 89/336/EEC amended with directive 92/31/EEC.
Correggio, 01 / 04 / 03 ..........................................................
CORGHI S.p.A.
M. Frattesi
IMPORTANT: The EC Conformity Declaration is cancelled if the machine is not used exclusively with
CORGHI original accessories and/or in observance of the instructions contained in the users manual.
The form of this statement conforms to EN 45014 specifications.
Dclaration CE de conformit
Nous, CORGHI SPA, Strada Statale 468, n 9, Correggio (RE) Italy, dclarons que le matriel
quilibreuse EM6040
objet de cette dclaration est conforme aux normes et/aux documents lgaux suivants:
EN 292 du 09/91
Sur la base de ce qui est prvu par les directives:
- 98/37/EC;
- 89/336/CEE modifies par la directive 92/31/CEE.
Correggio, 01 / 04 / 03 ..........................................................
CORGHI S.p.A.
M. Frattesi
IMPORTANT : La dclaration CE de conformit est considre comme nulle et non avenue dans le cas
o la machine ne serait pas utilise exclusivement avec des accessoires originaux CORGHI et/ou, dans
tous les cas, conformment aux indications contenues dans le Manuel dutilisation.
Le modle de la prsente dclaration est conforme ce qui est prvu par la EN 45014.
Declaracin CE de conformidad
La mercantil CORGHI SpA abajo firmante, con sede en Strada Statale 468 n 9, Correggio (RE),
Italia, declara que el producto:
equilibradora EM6040
al cual se refiere la presente declaracin, se conforma a las siguientes normas y/o documentos
normativos:
EN 292, de septiembre de 1991
a tenor de lo dispuesto en la Directiva:
- 98/37/CE;
- 89/336/CEE, modificada por la Directiva 92/31/CEE.
Correggio, 01 / 04 / 03 ..........................................................
CORGHI S.p.A.
M. Frattesi
IMPORTANTE: La declaracin de conformidad CE deja de tener validez en el caso en que la mquina
no sea utilizada exclusivamente con accesorios originales CORGHI y/o, en cualquier caso, con arreglo
a las indicaciones contenidas en el Manual de Empleo.
El modelo de la presente declaracin se conforma a lo dispuesto en la EN 45014.
CE - Konformittserklrung
CORGHI SPA, Strada Statale 468, Nr. 9, Correggio (RE), ITALY, erklrt hiermit, da das Produkt
Auswuchtmaschine EM6040
worauf sich die vorliegende Erklrung bezieht, den Anforderungen folgender Normen und/oder
normativer Dokumente entspricht:
EN 292 vom 09.91
auf Grundlage der Vorgaben durch die Richtlinien:
- 98/37/EC;
- 89/336/EWG mit nderung durch die Richtlinien 92/31/EWG.
Correggio, 01 / 04 / 03 ..........................................................
CORGHI S.p.A.
M. Frattesi
WICHTIG: Die CE-Konformittserklrung verliert ihre Gltigkeit, falls die Maschine nicht ausschlielich
mit CORGHI-Originalzubehr und/oder unter Miachtung der in der Betriebsanleitung aufgefhrten
Gebrauchsanweisungen verwendet wird.
Das Modell der vorliegenden Erklrung entspricht den Anforderungen der in EN 45014 aufgefhrten Vorgaben.
Dichiarazione CE di conformit
Noi CORGHI SPA, Strada Statale 468 n9, Correggio (RE),
ITALY, dichiariamo che il prodotto
equilibratrice EM6040
al quale questa dichiarazione si riferisce conforme alle seguenti
norme e/o documenti normativi:
EN 292 del 09/91
in base a quanto previsto dalle direttive:
- 98/37/CE;
- 89/336/CEE modificata con la direttiva 92/31/CEE.
Correggio, 01 / 04 / 03
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CORGHI S.p.A.
M. Frattesi
IMPORTANTE: La dichiarazione CE di conformit decade nel caso in cui
la macchina non venga utilizzata unicamente con accessori originali CORGHI
e/o comunque in osservanza delle indicazioni contenute nel Manuale duso.
Il modello della presente dichiarazione conforme a quanto previsto nella EN 45014.
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