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Please read and comply with
these original instructions prior
Environmental protection
to the initial operation of your appliance and
The packaging material can be
store them for later use or subsequent own-
recycled. Please do not throw
ers.
the packaging material into
Before first start-up it is definitely nec-
household waste; please send it
essary to read the operating instruc-
for recycling.
tions and safety indications Nr. 5.951-
949.0! Old appliances contain valuable
In case of transport damage inform ven-
materials that can be recycled;
dor immediately these should be sent for recy-
cling. Batteries, oil, and similar
Check the contents of the pack before
substances must not enter the
unpacking. For scope of delivery see il-
environment. Please dispose of
lustration 1.
your old appliances using ap-
Contents propriate collection systems.

Environmental protection . . EN . . .1 Please do not release engine oil, fuel oil,


Symbols in the operating in- diesel and petrol into the environment Pro-
structions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN . . .1 tect the ground and dispose of used oil in
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN . . .2 an environmentally-clean manner.
Symbols on the machine . . EN . . .3 Notes about the ingredients (REACH)
Proper use . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN . . .3 You will find current information about the
Safety instructions . . . . . . . EN . . .3 ingredients at:
Safety Devices . . . . . . . . . . EN . . .3 www.kaercher.com/REACH
Start up. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN . . .4
Symbols in the operating
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN . . .6
Storage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN . .10
instructions
Transport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN . .10 Danger
Maintenance and care . . . . EN . .10 Immediate danger that can cause severe
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . EN . . 11 injury or even death.
Warranty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN . .13 Warning
Accessories and Spare Parts EN . .13 Possible hazardous situation that could
EC Declaration of Conformity EN . .14 lead to severe injury or even death.
Technical specifications . . . EN . .15 Caution
Recurring tests . . . . . . . . . . EN . .18 Possible hazardous situation that could
lead to mild injury to persons or damage to
property.

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33 Oil tank
Overview 34 Pressure/quantity regulation of the
pump unit
Device elements
35 Oil drain screw
Figure 1 36 Backflow valve of the detergent infeed
1 Cover 37 Detergent suction hose 1 with filter
2 Support for spray lance 38 Detergent suction hose 2 with filter
(both sides) 39 Fuel filter
3 System care Advance RM 110/RM 111 40 Service switch
4 Steering roller with fixed position brake 41 Water shortage safe guard with sieve
5 Mounting location for transport 42 Float tank
(both sides) 43 Fine filter (water)
6 Wheel
7 Water supply set Operating field
8 High pressure connection Figure 2
(M/S only) A Power switch
9 O-ring set (for replacement) B Temperature controller
10 High pressure hose C Dosage valve for detergent
11 Hand spray gun D Manometer
12 Spray lance 1 Indicator lamp pump
13 High-pressure nozzle (stainless steel) 2 Indicator lamp rotation direction
14 Steam nozzle (brass) (not HDS 7/9, HDS 7/10, HDS 7/12)
15 Pressure/ quantity regulation at the 3 Ready for use indicator lamp
hand spray gun 4 Fuel indicator lamp
16 Safety latch of the hand spray gun 5 Indicator lamp: Detergent 1
17 Power supply (HDS 12/18 only)
18 Folding compartment 6 Engine indicator lamp
(M/S only) 7 Indicator lamp burner failure
19 Connection for water supply with filter 8 Indicator lamp service
20 Exit opening of the high-pressure hose 9 Indicator lamp system care
(MX/SX only) 10 Indicator lamp: Detergent 2
21 Step depression (HDS 12/18 only)
22 Pouring vent for detergent 2
Colour coding
23 Hand crank for hose drum
(MX/SX only) The operating elements for the cleaning
24 Pouring vent for detergent 1 process are yellow.
25 Hose drum The controls for the maintenance and
(MX/SX only) service are light gray.
26 Pouring vent for fuel
27 Handle
28 Operating field
29 Closing flap for storage compartment
30 Storage compartment for accessories
31 Nameplate
32 Cover lock

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Symbols on the machine Safety instructions
High-pressure jets can be dan- Please follow the national rules and
gerous if improperly used. The regulations for fuel spray jets of the re-
jet may not be directed at per- spective country.
sons, animals, live electrical equipment or Please follow the national rules and
at the appliance itself. regulations for accident prevention of
Risk of electric shock! the respective country. Fuel spray jets
Only electricians or authorised must be tested regularly and the results
technicians are permitted to of these tests must be documented in
work on parts of the plant. writing.
The heating appliance of the machine is
Risk of burns on account of hot an ignition plant. All national laws and
surfaces! regulations about heating systems must
also be followed.
As per the applicable national guide-
Risk of poisoning! Do not lines, the first time this high-pressure
breathe in the exhaust fumes. cleaner must be taken into operation by
a skilled person. KRCHER has al-
ready performed this initial start-up for
Risk of injury! Do not reach in. you and has documented it accordingly.
The documentation can be requested at
your KRCHER partner. Please have
the part and plant number of the appli-
ance available when enquiring about
the documentation.
We would like to point out that the appli-
Proper use ance must be repeatedly checked by a
Cleaning of: Machines, Vehicles, Struc- skilled person as prescribed by the ap-
tures, Tools, Facades, Terraces, Garden- plicable national regulations. Please
ing tools, etc. contact your KRCHER partner.
Danger Safety Devices
Risk of injury! Follow the respective safety
Safety devices serve for the protection of
regulations when operating at gas stations
the user and must not be put out of opera-
or other dangerous areas.
tion or bypassed with respect to their func-
Please do not let mineral oil contaminated tion.
waste water reach soil, water or the sew-
age system. Perform engine cleaning and
bottom cleaning therefore only on speci-
fied places with an oil trap.

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Overflow valve with two pressure Installing the handle
switches Figure 3
While reducing the water supply at the Caution
pump head or with the Servopress - Hook the electric supply line into the cable
regulation the overflow valve opens and guide of the right handle bow. Ensure that
part of the water flows back to the pump the cable is not damaged.
suck side.
If the hand-spray gun is closed, so that
Replace the system care bottle
the whole water flows back to the pump Note: Push the bottle in securely to pene-
suck side, the pressure switch at the trate the closure. Do not remove bottle until
overflow valve shuts down the pump. it is empty.
If the hand spray gun is opened, the Note: To protect the device, the burner is
pressure switch on the cylinder head switched off 5 hours after the system care
turns the pump back on. bottle is empty.
The overflow valve is set by the manufac- The system care prevents the calcifica-
turer and sealed. Setting only by customer tion of the heating spiral while operating
service. with calciferous tap water. It is dosed
into the supply in the float container
Safety valve drop by drop.
The safety valve opens, when the over- The metering is set to medium water ri-
flow valve resp. the pressure switch is gidity by the manufacturer
broken. Note: A system care bottle is included in
The safety valve is set by the manufacturer the delivery.
and sealed. Setting only by customer ser- Replace the system care bottle.
vice. Adjusting the dosage of the system
Water shortage safeguard care Advance RM 110/RM 111
The water shortage safeguard prevents Determining the hardness of tap water:
the burner to be turned on when there is through the public water supply works,
water shortage. using a hardness tester (order no.
A sieve prevents the contamination of 6.768-004)
the safeguard and must be cleaned reg-
Water hard- Scale on the service switch
ular.
ness (dH)
Temperature stop for exhaust gases <3 OFF (no dosing)
The temperature stop switches off the 3...7 1
machine when the waste gases have 7...14 2
reached very high temperatures. 14...21 3
Start up >21 4
Set the service switch according to the
Warning
water hardness in the table.
Risk of injury! Device, tubes, high pressure
Note: Observe the following when using
hose and connections must be in faultless
condition. Otherwise, the appliance must system care Advance 2 RM 111:
not be used. Calcification protection: See table
Lock parking brake. Pump care and black water protection:
Set the service switch to at least setting 3.

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Refill fuel Caution
Always unwind high pressure hose com-
Danger pletely
Risk of explosion! Only refill diesel oil or
Installing the replacement
light fuel oil. Unsuitable fuels, e.g. petrol,
are not to be used. high-pressure hose (appliances
without hose drum)
Caution
Never operate device with empty fuel tank Figure 5
The fuel pump will otherwise be destroyed. Installing the replacement
Refill fuel. high-pressure hose (appliances
Close tank lock. with hose drum)
Wipe off spilled fuel.
Figure 6
Refill detergent Completely roll off the high-pressure
Caution hose from the hose drum.
Rotate the hose drum until the screwed-
Risk of injury!
on semi bowl is pointing toward the top.
Use Krcher products only.
Loosen all three screws and remove the
Under no circumstances fill solvents
loosened semi bowl.
(petrol, aceton, diluting agent etc.)
Figure 7
Avoid eye and skin contact.
Unlatch the fastening clamp for the
Observe safety and handling instruc- high-pressure hose and pull the hose
tions by the detergent manufacturer. out.
Krcher offers an individual cleaning Route the new high-pressure hose
and care appliances program. through the intended hose guide and
Your dealer will consult you gladly. the deflection pulley at the bottom of the
Refill detergent. appliance.
Install the hand-spray gun, the jet Slide the hose nipple all the way into the
pipe, the nozzle and the high knot section of the hose drum and se-
pressure hose cure with the fastening clamp.
Replace the half bowl.
Figure 4
Connect ray tube with hand spray gun Water connection
Tighten the screw connection of the For connection values refer to technical
spray lance finger tight. specifications
Insert high pressure nozzle into cover- Attach supply hose (minimum length
ing nut 7.5 m, minimum diameter 3/4) to the
Install covering nut and tighten firmly water supply set by means of a hose
Appliance without hose drum: clamp.
Connect the high pressure hose to the Connect the supply hose to the water
high pressure connection point of the connection point of the machine and at
machine. the water supply point (for e.g. a tap).
Device with hose drum: Note: The supply hose and the hose clamp
Connect high pressure hose to hand are not included in the scope of delivery.
spray gun

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Suck in water from vessel Power connection
If you want to suck in water from an exter- For connection values, see technical
nal vessel, the following modification is data and type plate.
necessary: The electrical connections must be
Figure 8 done by an electrician according to IEC
Remove the system care bottle. 60364-1.
Release and remove the cover of the Danger
system care. Danger of injury by electric shock.
Remove water connection from the fine Unsuitable electrical extension cables
filter. can be hazardous. Only use electrical
Unscrew the fine filter from the pump extension cables outdoors which have
head. been approved and labelled for this pur-
Figure 9 pose and have an adequate cable
Remove the system care reservoir. cross-section.
Unscrew the top supply hose to the Always unwind extension lines com-
swimmer container. pletely.
Figure 10 The plug and coupling of the extension
Connect the top supply hose at pump cable used must be watertight.
head. Caution
Replug the rinse line of the detergent The highest allowed net impedance at the
dosing valve. electrical connection point (refer to techni-
Connect suction hose (minimum diame- cal data) is not to be exceeded. In case of
ter 3/4) with filter (accessory) to the confusion regarding the power impedance
water connection point. present on your connection, please contact
Max. suck height: 0.5 m your utilities provider.
Until the pump sucked in water, you should:
Set the pressure/quantity regulation at Operation
the pump unit to maximum quantity. Danger
Close the dosing valve for the detergent. Risk of explosion!
Danger Do not spray flammable liquids.
Never suck in water from a drinking water Danger
container. Never suck in liquids which con- Risk of injury! Never use the appliance
tain solvents like lacquer thinner, petrol, oil without the spray lance attached. Check
or unfiltered water. The sealings within the and ensure proper fitting of the spray lance
device are not solvent resistant. The spray prior to each use. The screw connection of
mist of solvents is highly inflammable, ex- the spray lance must be fingertight.
plosive and poisonous.
Caution
Note: Assembly in reverse order. Ensure
that the solenoid valve cable on the reser- Never operate device with empty fuel tank
voir of the system care is not pinched. The fuel pump will otherwise be destroyed.

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Safety instructions Turning on the Appliance
Warning Set appliance switch to desired operat-
Long hours of using the appliance can ing mode.
cause circulation problems in the hands on Indicator lamp for operational readiness
account of vibrations. lights up.
It is not possible to specify a generally valid The device starts briefly and turns off, as
operation time, since this depends on sev- soon as the working pressure is reached.
eral factors: Note: If the indicator lamps for pump, rota-
Proneness to blood circulation deficien- tion direction, burner malfunction or engine
cies (cold, numb fingers). are on during operation, turn off the appli-
Low ambient temperature. Wear warm ance immediately and repair malfunction,
gloves to protect hands. refer to "Help with malfunctions".
A firm grip impedes blood circulation. Release the trigger gun.
Continuous operation is worse than an When activating the hand spray gun the de-
operation interrupted by pauses. vice switches back on.
In case of regular, long-term operation of Note: If no water comes out of the high
the device and in case of repeated occur- pressure nozzle, vent pump. Refer to "Help
rence of the symptoms (e.g. cold, numb fin- with malfunctions - appliance is not building
gers) please consult a physician. up pressure".

Replace the nozzle Adjust cleaning temperature


Set temperature regulator to desired
Danger
temperature.
Switch the appliance off prior to replacing
30 C to 98 C
nozzle and activate hand spray gun until
Clean with hot water.
device is pressureless.
100 C to 150 C
Operating modes Clean using steam.

Replace the high-pressure nozzle
(stainless steel) with steam nozzle
(brass), (refer to "Using steam").
Set working pressure and flow rate
Pressure/quantity regulation of the
pump unit
Turn the regulation spindle in a clock-
wise direction: Increase working pres-
sure (MAX).
0/OFF = Off
Turn the regulation spindle in an anti-
1 Operating with cold water
clockwise direction: Reduce working
2 Eco operation (hot water max. 60 C)
pressure (MIN).
3 Operating with hot water/steam

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Pressure/ quantity regulation at the Operating with cold water
hand spray gun
Removal of light contaminations and clear
Set thermostat to max. 98 C.
rinse, i.e.: Gardening tools, terrace, tools,
Set the operating pressure on the pump
etc.
unit to the maximum value.
Set operating pressure according to
Set the working pressure and feed need.
quantity by turning (steplessly) the
pressure/quantity regulation mecha- Eco operation
nism at the hand spray gun (+/-).
The appliance works in the most economi-
Danger cal temperature range.
When adjusting the pressure/quantity regu- Note: The temperature can be regulated
lation, make sure that the screw connection up to 60 C.
of the spray lance does not become loose.
Operating with hot water/steam
Note: For long term work with low pres-
sure, set pressure at the pump unit. We recommend the following cleaning tem-
peratures:
Operation with detergent
Light contaminations
For considerate treatment of the envi- 30-50 C
ronment use detergent economically. Contaminations containing protein, i.e.
The detergent must be suitable for the in the food processing industry
surface to be cleaned. max. 60 C
With support of the detergent dose Vehicle cleaning, machine cleaning
valve set detergent concentration as 60-90 C
determined by the manufacturer.
De-preserve, contaminations contain-
Note: Recommended values at the control ing strong fat contents
panel at maximum working pressure.
100-110 C
Cleaning De-frosting of surcharge substances,
Set pressure/temperature and deter- partially facade cleaning
gent concentration according to the sur- up to 140 C
face to be cleaned. Operating with hot water
Note: To prevent damage due to too much Danger
pressure, always position high pressure ray Scalding danger!
first from a greater distance towards object Set temperature regulator to desired
to be cleaned. temperature.
Recommended cleaning method Operating with steam
Loosen the dirt:
Danger
Spray detergent economically and let it
Scalding danger! The operating pressure
work for 1...5 minutes but do not let it
must not exceed 3,2 MPa (32 bar) when
dry up.
operating with temperatures above 98 C.
Remove the dirt:
Therefore the following measures must
Spray off loosened dirt with the high definitely be performed:
pressure jet.

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Storing the Appliance
Replace high pressure nozzle (stain-
less steel) with steam nozzle (brass, Lock in the steel pipe into the holder of
order see specification). the appliance hood.
Open up the pressure/ quantity regula- Roll up high pressure hose and electri-
tor on the hand spray gun completely, cal conduit and hang them into the re-
direction + until stop. spective holders.
Set the operating pressure on the pump Device with hose drum:
unit to the minimum value. Before rolling up, stretch out the high
pressure hose.
Set temperature regulator to min. 100 C.
Turn the hand crank clockwise (Direc-
After operation with detergent tion of the arrow).
Set dosing value for detergent to "0". Note: Do not twist high pressure hose and
Set the appliance switch to "1" (opera- electrical conduit.
tion with cold water). Frost protection
Open the hand spray gun and rinse the
Caution
appliance for at least 1 minute.
Frost will destroy the not completely water
Turn off the appliance drained device.
Danger Store in a frost free area.
If the device is connected to a chimney, the
Danger of scalding by hot water. After the
following must be observed:
operation with hot water or steam, the de-
vice must be operated with opened gun Caution
with cold water for at least two minutes. Threat of damage by penetrating cold air
Set the appliance switch to "0/OFF. through the chimney.
Shut off water supply. Disconnect device from chimney when
Open the hand spray gun. outside temperature drops below 0 C.
Turn on pump shortly (appr. 5 seconds) If it is not possible to store frost free, shut
with device switch. down device.
Pull main plug out of socket with dry Shutdown
hands only.
For longer work breaks or if a frost free stor-
Remove water connection.
age is not possible:
Activate hand spray gun until device is Drain water.
pressure less.
Flush device with anti-freeze agent.
Lock the trigger gun.
Empty detergent tank.
Dump water
Screw off water supply hose and high
pressure hose.
Screw off supply hose at boiler bottom
and drain heating spiral empty.
Operate device for max. 1 minute until
the pump and conduits are empty.

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Flush device with anti-freeze agent Lock the trigger gun.
Note: Observe handling instructions of the Allow device to cool down.
anti-freeze agent manufacturer. Your Krcher vender will inform you
Fill anti-freeze agent of the trade into about the performance of a periodic
swimmer container. safety inspection resp. signing of a
Switch on appliance (without heater) till maintenance contract.
the appliance has been completely Maintenance intervals
rinsed.
A certain corrosion protection is achieved Weekly
with this as well. Clean the sieve in the water connection.
Clean the fine filter.
Storage Check oil level.
Caution Caution
Risk of injury and damage! Note the weight In case of lacteous oil inform Krcher cus-
of the appliance in case of storage. tomer service immediately
Transport Monthly
Clean sieve in the water shortage safe
Figure 11 guard.
Caution Clean filter at the detergent suck hose.
Risk of damage! When loading the appli-
After 500 operating hours, at least annu-
ance with a forklift, observe the illustration.
ally
Caution Oil change.
Risk of injury and damage! Observe the
At least every 5 years, recurring
weight of the appliance when you transport
Perform the pressure test as per manu-
it.
facturer's instructions.
When transporting in vehicles, secure
the appliance according to the guide- Maintenance Works
lines from slipping and tipping over.
Clean the sieve in the water connection
Maintenance and care Take out sieve.
Danger Clean sieve in water and reinstall.
Risk of injury by inadvertent startup of ap- Cleaning the fine filter
pliance and electrical shock. Unpressurize the appliance.
First pull out the plug from the mains before Unscrew the fine filter from the pump
carrying out any tasks on the machine. head.
Set the appliance switch to "0/OFF. Remove the fine filter and the filter in-
Shut off water supply. sert.
Open the hand spray gun. Clean the filter with clean water or com-
Turn on pump shortly (appr. 5 seconds) pressed air.
with device switch. Reinstall in reverse sequence.
Pull main plug out of socket with dry
hands only.
Remove water connection.
Activate hand spray gun until device is
pressure less.

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Clean sieve in the water shortage safe 4x blinking
guard Obstructed reed switch in the water
Loosen covering nut and take off hose. shortage safe guard.
Take out sieve. Check water shortage safe guard.
Note: If necessary turn in screw M8 appr. 5
Indicator lamp of rotational
mm inwards and therewith pull out sieve.
direction is blinking (not HDS 7/9,
Clean sieve in water.
HDS 7/10, HDS 7/12)
Push sieve inwards.
Put on hose. Figure 12
Tighten covering nut firmly. Exchange the poles at the appliance
plug.
Clean filter at the detergent suck hose
Take out detergent suck supports. Indicator lamp "Ready for use"
Clean filter in water and reinstall. turns off
Oil change No line voltage, see "Appliance is not
Ready a catch bin for appr 1 Litre oil. running".
Loosen release screw.
Engine indicator lamp
Dispose of old oil ecologically or turn in at
a gathering point. 1x blinking
Contactor error
Tighten release screw. Set the appliance switch to "0/OFF.
Fill oil slowly up to the MAX marking. Turn on the appliance.
Note: Air pockets must be able to leak out. Error occurs repeatedly.
For oil type refer to technical specifica-
Inform Customer Service
tions.
2x blinking
Troubleshooting Engine overload/overheat
Danger Set the appliance switch to "0/OFF.
Risk of injury by inadvertent startup of ap- Allow device to cool down.
pliance and electrical shock. Turn on the appliance.
First pull out the plug from the mains before Error occurs repeatedly.
carrying out any tasks on the machine. Inform Customer Service
Indicator lamp pump 3x blinking
Fault in the voltage supply.
1x blinking Check main connections and mains
Lack of oil fuse.
Replenish oil.
4x blinking
2x blinking Excessive power consumption.
Leak in the high pressure system Check main connections and mains fuse.
Check high pressure system and con- Inform Customer Service
nections for tightness.
3x blinking
Water shortage
Check water supply, check connec-
tions.

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Indicator lamp burner failure Indicator lamp detergent 2 is
illuminated (HDS 12/18 only)
1x blinking
The exhaust temperature limiter has Detergent tank 2 is empty.
been triggered. Refill detergent.
Set the appliance switch to "0/OFF. Appliance is not running
Allow device to cool down.
Turn on the appliance. No power
Check power connection/conduit.
Error occurs repeatedly.
Inform Customer Service Device is not building up pressure
2x blinking (option) Air within the system
The flame sensor turned the burner off. Vent pump:
Inform Customer Service Set dosing value for detergent to "0".
3x blinking With open hand spray gun turn device
System care detection defective on and off multiple times with the device
Inform Customer Service switch.
Open and close the pressure/quantity
4x blinking regulation at the pump unit with the
Temperature sensor defective hand spray gun open.
Inform Customer Service Note: By dismantling the high pressure
Indicator lamp service hose from the high pressure connection the
venting process is accelerated.
Service interval If detergent tank is empty, refill.
Perform service work. Check connections and conduits.
Fuel indicator lamp glows Pressure is set to MIN
Set pressure to MAX.
Fuel tank empty.
Sieve in the water connection is dirty
Refill fuel.
Clean sieve.
Indicator lamp system care is Clean the fine filter; replace it, if neces-
illuminated sary.
Note: Burner can operate 5 more hours. Amount of water supply is too low.
System care bottle empty. Check water supply level (refer to tech-
Replace the system care bottle. nical data).

Indicator lamp system care is Device leaks, water drips from the
blinking bottom of the device
Note: Burner operation no longer possible. Pump leaky
System care bottle empty. Note: 3 drops/minute are allowed.
Replace the system care bottle. With stronger leak, have device
checked by customer service.
Indicator lamp detergent 1 is
illuminated (HDS 12/18 only) Device turns on and off while hand
spray gun is closed
Detergent tank 1 is empty.
Refill detergent. Leak in the high pressure system
Check high pressure system and con-
nections for tightness.

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Device is not sucking in detergent Warranty
Leave device running with open deter- The warranty terms published by our com-
gent dosage valve and closed water petent sales company are applicable in
supply, until the swimmer tank is each country. We will repair potential fail-
sucked empty and the pressure falls to ures of the appliance within the warranty
"0". period free of charge, provided that such
Open the water supply again. failure is caused by faulty material or de-
If the pump still is not sucking in any deter- fects in fabrication.
gent, it could be because of the following
reasons:
Accessories and Spare Parts
Filter in the detergent suck hose dirty Note: When connecting the appliance to a
Clean filter. chimney or if the device cannot be ac-
Backflow valve stuck cessed visually, we recommend the instal-
Remove the detergent hose and loosen lation of a flame monitor (option).
the backflow valve using a blunt object. Only use accessories and spare parts
which have been approved by the man-
Burner does not start ufacturer. The exclusive use of original
System care bottle empty. accessories and original spare parts
Replace the system care bottle. ensures that the appliance can be oper-
Fuel tank empty. ated safely and trouble free.
Refill fuel. At the end of the operating instructions
you will find a selected list of spare parts
Water shortage
that are often required.
Check water supply, check connec-
For additional information about spare
tions.
parts, please go to the Service section
Clean sieve in the water shortage safe
at www.kaercher.com.
guard.
Fuel filter dirty
Change fuel filter.
No ignition spark
If device is in use and no ignition spark
can be seen through the viewing glass,
have device checked by customer ser-
vice.
Set temperature is not achieved
while using hot water
Working pressure/flow rate to high
Reduce working pressure/flow quantity
at the pressure/volume regulator in the
pump unit.
Sooty heating spiral
Have device de-sooted by customer
service.
If malfunction can not be fixed, the de-
vice must be checked by customer ser-
vice.

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Name of the appointed agency:
EC Declaration of Conformity for 97/23/EG
We hereby declare that the machine de- TV Rheinland Industrie Service GmbH
scribed below complies with the relevant Am Grauen Stein
51105 Kln
basic safety and health requirements of the
ID No. 0035
EU Directives, both in its basic design and
construction as well as in the version put Certificate no.:
into circulation by us. This declaration shall 01 202 111/Q-08 0003
cease to be valid if the machine is modified
without our prior approval. Applied conformity evaluation method
Product: High pressure cleaner for 2000/14/EG
Type: 1.071-xxx Appendix V
Type: 1.077-xxx
Sound power level dB(A)
Relevant EU Directives HDS 7/9, HDS 7/10, HDS 7/12
97/23/EC Measured: 86
2006/42/EC (+2009/127/EC) Guaranteed: 88
2004/108/EC HDS 8/18
1999/5/EC Measured: 86
2000/14/EC Guaranteed: 88
Component category HDS 9/18
II Measured: 86
Conformity procedure Guaranteed: 88
Module H HDS 10/20
Heating coil Measured: 88
Conformity assessment Module H Guaranteed: 90
Safety valve HDS 12/18
Conformity assessment Art. 3 para 3 Measured: 88
control block Guaranteed: 90
Conformity assessment Module H
various pipes 5.957-902
Conformity assessment Art. 3 para 3
The undersigned act on behalf and under
Applied harmonized standards the power of attorney of the company man-
EN 550141: 2006+A1: 2009+A2: 2011 agement.
EN 550142: 1997+A1: 2001+A2: 2008
EN 603351
EN 60335279
EN 6100032: 2006+A1: 2009+A2: 2009
EN 62233: 2008
CEO Head of Approbation

HDS 7/9, HDS 7/10, HDS 8/18, HDS 9/18: Authorised Documentation Representative
EN 6100033: 2008 S. Reiser
HDS 7/12, HDS 10/20, HDS 12/18:
EN 61000311: 2000 Alfred Krcher GmbH Co. KG
EN 300 330-2 V1.5.1 : 2010
Alfred-Krcher-Str. 28 - 40
EN 301 489-1 V1.8.1 : 2008
EN 301 489-3 V1.4.1 : 2002 71364 Winnenden (Germany)
Applied specifications: Phone: +49 7195 14-0
Based on AD 2000 Fax: +49 7195 14-2212
Based on TRD 801
Winnenden, 2013/05/01

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Technical specifications
HDS 7/9 HDS 7/10 HDS 7/12
Main Supply
Voltage V 100 240 230
Current type Hz 1~ 50 1~ 50 1~ 50
Connected load kW 3,2 3,1 3,4
Type of protection -- IPX5 IPX5 IPX5
Protective class -- I I I
Protection (slow) A 35 16 16
Maximum allowed net impedance Ohm -- -- (0,321+ j0,200)
Water connection
Max. feed temperature C 30 30 30
Min. feed volume l/h (l/min) 1000 (16,7) 1000 (16,7) 1000 (16,7)
Suck height from open container (20 C) m 0,5 0,5 0,5
Max. feed pressure MPa (bar) 0,6 (6) 0,6 (6) 0,6 (6)
Performance data
Water flow rate l/h (l/min) 350-700 (5,8- 350-700 (5,8- 350-700 (5,8-
11,6) 11,6) 11,6)
Operating pressure of water (using standard MPa (bar) 3-9 (30-90) 3-10 (30-100) 3-12 (30-120)
nozzle)
Max. excess operating pressure (safety valve) MPa (bar) 12 (120) 13 (130) 15 (150)
Steam flow rate l/h (l/min) 330-350 (5,5- 330-350 (5,5- 330-350 (5,5-
5,8) 5,8) 5,8)
Max. operating pressure for working with steam MPa (bar) 3,2 (32) 3,2 (32) 3,2 (32)
(using steam nozzle)
Part no. of steam nozzle -- 2.885-119.0 2.885-119.0 2.885-039.0
Max. operating temperature of hot water C 98 98 98
Working temperature steam operation C 155 155 155
Detergent suck in l/h (l/min) 0-45 (0-0,75) 0-45 (0-0,75) 0-45 (0-0,75)
Burner performance kW 58 58 58
Maximum consumption of heating oil kg/h 4,6 4,6 4,6
Max. recoil force of hand spray gun N 13,5 17,9 17,9
Nozzle size (MX/SX) -- 060 (060) 054 (055) 047 (047)
Values determined as per EN 60355-2-79
Noise emission
Sound pressure level LpA dB(A) 70 70 70
Uncertainty KpA dB(A) 2 2 2
Sound power level LWA + Uncertainty KWA dB(A) 88 88 88
Hand-arm vibration value
Hand spray gun m/s2 1,1 1,1 1,1
Spray lance m/s2 3,4 3,4 3,4
Uncertainty K m/s2 1,0 1,0 1,0
Fuel
Fuel -- Fuel oil EL or Fuel oil EL or Fuel oil EL or
Diesel Diesel Diesel
Amount of oil l 0,75 0,75 0,75
Oil grade -- 0W40 0W40 0W40
Dimensions and weights
Length x width x height mm 1330 x 750 x 1330 x 750 x 1330 x 750 x
1060 1060 1060
Typical operating weight, M/S kg 165 167 165
Typical operating weight, MX/SX kg 170 172 170
Fuel tank l 25 25 25
Detergent Tank l 10+20 10+20 10+20

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HDS 8/18
Main Supply
Voltage V 230 400
Current type Hz 3~ 50 3~ 50
Connected load kW 5,5 5,5
Type of protection -- IPX5 IPX5
Protective class -- I I
Protection (slow) A 25 16
Maximum allowed net impedance Ohm --
Water connection
Max. feed temperature C 30
Min. feed volume l/h (l/min) 1100 (18,3)
Suck height from open container (20 C) m 0,5
Max. feed pressure MPa (bar) 0,6 (6)
Performance data
Water flow rate l/h (l/min) 400-800 (6,7-13,3)
Operating pressure of water (using standard nozzle) MPa (bar) 3-18 (30-180)
Max. excess operating pressure (safety valve) MPa (bar) 20,5 (205)
Steam flow rate l/h (l/min) 340-400 (5,6-6,7)
Max. operating pressure for working with steam (using MPa (bar) 3,2 (32)
steam nozzle)
Part no. of steam nozzle -- 2.885-119.0
Max. operating temperature of hot water C 98
Working temperature steam operation C 155
Detergent suck in l/h (l/min) 0-50 (0-0,8)
Burner performance kW 67
Maximum consumption of heating oil kg/h 5,3
Max. recoil force of hand spray gun N 24,3
Nozzle size (MX/SX) -- 043 (043)
Values determined as per EN 60355-2-79
Noise emission
Sound pressure level LpA dB(A) 71
Uncertainty KpA dB(A) 2
Sound power level LWA + Uncertainty KWA dB(A) 88
Hand-arm vibration value
Hand spray gun m/s2 1,0
Spray lance m/s2 3,4
Uncertainty K m/s2 1,0
Fuel
Fuel -- Fuel oil EL or Diesel
Amount of oil l 0,75
Oil grade -- SAE 90
Dimensions and weights
Length x width x height mm 1330 x 750 x 1060
Typical operating weight, M/S kg 165
Typical operating weight, MX/SX kg 170
Fuel tank l 25
Detergent Tank l 10+20

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HDS 9/18 HDS 10/20 HDS 12/18
Main Supply
Voltage V 230 400 230 400 230 400
Current type Hz 3~ 50 3~ 50 3~ 50 3~ 50 3~ 50 3~ 50
Connected load kW 6,4 6,4 7,8 7,8 8,4 8,4
Type of protection -- IPX5 IPX5 IPX5 IPX5 IPX5 IPX5
Protective class -- I I I I I I
Protection (slow) A 25 16 25 16 35 16
Maximum allowed net impedance Ohm -- (0,169+ j0,105) (0,163+ j0,102)
Water connection
Max. feed temperature C 30 30 30
Min. feed volume l/h (l/min) 1200 (20) 1300 (21,7) 1500 (25)
Suck height from open container (20 C) m 0,5 0,5 0,5
Max. feed pressure MPa (bar) 0,6 (6) 0,6 (6) 0,6 (6)
Performance data
Water flow rate l/h (l/min) 450-900 (7,5-15) 500-1000 (8,3- 600-1200 (10-
16,7) 20)
Operating pressure of water (using standard MPa (bar) 3-18 (30-180) 3-20 (30-200) 3-18 (30-180)
nozzle)
Max. excess operating pressure (safety valve) MPa (bar) 21,5 (215) 24 (240) 21,5 (215)
Steam flow rate l/h (l/min) 390-450 (6,5- 460-505 (7,6- 550-610 (9,1-
7,5) 8,4) 10,1)
Max. operating pressure for working with steam MPa (bar) 3,2 (32) 3,2 (32) 3,2 (32)
(using steam nozzle)
Part no. of steam nozzle -- 2.885-040.0 2.885-041.0 2.885-120.0
Max. operating temperature of hot water C 98 98 98
Working temperature steam operation C 155 155 155
Detergent suck in l/h (l/min) 0-54 (0-0,9) 0-60 (0-1) 0-72 (0-1,2)
Burner performance kW 75 83 100
Maximum consumption of heating oil kg/h 5,8 6,4 7,7
Max. recoil force of hand spray gun N 28,2 33,0 37,6
Nozzle size (MX/SX) -- 050 (050) 054 (054) 068 (070)
Values determined as per EN 60355-2-79
Noise emission
Sound pressure level LpA dB(A) 71 73 73
Uncertainty KpA dB(A) 2 2 2
Sound power level LWA + Uncertainty KWA dB(A) 88 90 90
Hand-arm vibration value
Hand spray gun m/s2 1,0 1,2 1,5
Spray lance m/s2 3,6 5,2 4,8
Uncertainty K m/s2 1,0 1,0 1,0
Fuel
Fuel -- Fuel oil EL or Fuel oil EL or Fuel oil EL or
Diesel Diesel Diesel
Amount of oil l 0,75 1,0 1,0
Oil grade -- SAE 90 SAE 90 SAE 90
Dimensions and weights
Length x width x height mm 1330 x 750 x 1330 x 750 x 1330 x 750 x
1060 1060 1060
Typical operating weight, M/S kg 165 175 192
Typical operating weight, MX/SX kg 170 182 197
Fuel tank l 25 25 25
Detergent Tank l 10+20 10+20 10+20

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Recurring tests
Note: The recommended testing frequencies of the respective statutory regulations of the
country of operation are to be followed.

Testing done by: External testing Internal testing Leak-proof tests

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authorised person/ authorised person/ authorised person/
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Lire ces notice originale avant la
premire utilisation de votre ap-
Protection de
pareil, se comporter selon ce qu'elles re- lenvironnement
quirent et les conserver pour une
utilisation ultrieure ou pour le propritaire Les matriaux constitutifs de
futur. lemballage sont recyclables.
Avant la premire mise en service, vous Ne pas jeter les emballages
devez imprativement avoir lu les dans les ordures mnagres,
consignes de scurit N 5.951-949.0 ! mais les remettre un systme
Contactez immdiatement le revendeur de recyclage.
en cas d'avarie de transport. Les appareils uss contiennent
Vrifier le contenu de l'emballage l'ou- des matriaux prcieux recy-
verture. tendue de livraison cf. figure 1. clables lesquels doivent tre ap-
ports un systme de
Table des matires recyclage. Il est interdit de jeter
les batteries, l'huile et les subs-
Protection de lenvironnement FR . . .1 tances similaires dans l'environ-
Symboles utiliss dans le mode nement. Pour cette raison,
d'emploi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FR . . .1 utiliser des systmes de collecte
Aperu gnral. . . . . . . . . . FR . . .2 adquats afin d'liminer les ap-
Symboles sur l'appareil . . . FR . . .3 pareils hors d'usage.
Utilisation conforme . . . . . . FR . . .3
Consignes de scurit . . . . FR . . .3 Ne jetez pas l'huile moteur, le fuel, le die-
Dispositifs de scurit . . . . FR . . .3 sel ou l'essence dans la nature. Protger
Mise en service . . . . . . . . . FR . . .4 le sol et vacuer l'huile use de faon fa-
Utilisation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FR . . .7 vorable l'environnement.
Entreposage. . . . . . . . . . . . FR . . 11 Instructions relatives aux ingrdients
Transport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FR . . 11 (REACH)
Entretien et maintenance . . FR . . 11 Les informations actuelles relatives aux in-
Assistance en cas de panne FR . .12 grdients se trouvent sous :
Garantie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FR . .15 www.kaercher.com/REACH
Accessoires et pices de re- Symboles utiliss dans le
change . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FR . .15
Dclaration de conformit CE FR . .16
mode d'emploi
Caractristiques techniques FR . .17 Danger
Essais priodiques . . . . . . . FR . .20 Pour un danger immdiat qui peut avoir
pour consquence la mort ou des bles-
sures corporelles graves.
Avertissement
Pour une situation potentiellement dange-
reuse qui peut avoir pour consquence des
blessures corporelles graves ou la mort.
Attention
Pour une situation potentiellement dange-
reuse qui peut avoir pour consquence des
blessures lgres ou des dommages mat-
riels.

FR 1 43
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