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Maschinenkarte für Tankreinigungsgeräte

Machine card for Tank Cleaning Heads


Carte de machine pour des nettoyeurs de réservoir

Auftrags-Nr.:
Our order No.: KA 156882
Notre commande No.: 18.10.2012
Besteller: Datum / Date / Date
Purchaser: Maquesonda Lda.
Acheteur:
Kunden-Nr.:
Client No.: 10180401
N° de client:
Bestell-Nr. / Datum:
Your order No. / Date: 430/12+431/HM / 18.10.2012
Votre commande No. / Date: VK / Schulte
Machinen-Nr.: Ersteller / Issued by / Établi
Machine No.: 3150 par
Machine No.:
TWG-Typ:
TCH Type: 09.00817.0001
Nettoyeur Type:
Bestell-Nr. Düsenhalter:
Code No. nozzle holder: 00.01599.0316
Référence portebuse:
Bestell-Nr. Anschlussarmatur : 01.02981.0490
Code No. Connection fittings:
Référence raccordement: 04.00742.0057
Bestell-Nr. Düsen:
2 Düsen Ø 1,2mm
Code No. Nozzles: 04.05318.0077 60lit/min 1000bar
Référence buses:
g
Durchflussmenge:
Flow rate: max. 150 l/l/min
i
Débit:
Betriebsdruck:
Operating pressure: max. 1200 bar
Pression admissible:
Anschlussrohr:
Connection pipe: ------
Tube de raccordement:
Führungsschlitten:
Support sledge: ------
Curseur de guidage:
Schutz:
Protection: ------
Disque de protection:

Prüfer: Datum: Unterschrift:


Tested by: Besemann Date: 18.10.2012 Signature:
Testé par: --------------------------- Date: ----------------------------- Signature:

Dokumentation: deutsch englisch französisch spanisch


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HAMMELMANN
Maschinenfabrik GmbH
Zum Sundern 13 – 21
59302 Oelde  Germany

Déclaration de conformité CE
EG-Konformitätserklärung EC-Declaration of Conformity
conformément à la directive CE
nach EG-Richtlinie 2006/42/EG, according to E.C. Directive
sur les machines 2006/42/CE,
Anhang II, Nr. 1A 2006/42/EC, Appendix II, No 1A
Annexe II, N° 1A
Hiermit erklären wir, dass die nachstehend We hereby declare that the machine
Par la présente, nous déclarons que la
bezeichnete Maschine in ihrer Konzipierung detailed below has been designed,
conception et la construction ainsi que le
und Bauart sowie in der von uns in Verkehr constructed and tested to fully comply with
modèle mis en circulation de la machine ci-
gebrachten Ausführung den grundlegenden the health and safety requirements of the
dessous correspondent aux exigences de
Sicherheits- und Gesundheitsanforderungen E.C. Directive 2006/42/EC (Directive
base en matière de sécurité et de santé de
der EG-Richtlinie 2006/42/EG (Maschinen- relating to Machinery).
la directive 2006/42/CE sur les machines.
Richtlinie) entspricht.

Die Abteilung Normung/Dokumentation ist The department Standards/Documents is Le service Standardisation/Documentation


bevollmächtigt, die technischen Unterlagen authorised to compile the technical file est autorisé à compiler la documentation
nach Anhang VII A zusammenzustellen. according to Annex VII A. technique conformément à l’annexe VII A.

Bezeichnung der Maschine: Tankreinigungsgerät


Machine description: Tank cleaning head
Désignation de la machine: Nettoyeur de réservoir
Maschinentyp:
Machine designation: 09.00817.0001
Type de machine:
Maschinen-Nr.:
Machine No.: 3150
o
N de machine:

Weitere, zutreffende EG-Richtlinien: Other appropriate E.C. Directives: Autres directives CE concernées:

EG-Richtlinie 2004/108/EG E.C. Directive 2004/108/EC Directive CE sur la comptabilité


(EMV-Richtlinie) (EMC directive) électromagnétique 2004/108/CE

Angewandte harmonisierte Normen: Used harmonised standards: Normes harmonisées appliquées:

EN 1829-1 EN 60204-1 EN 61000-6-2

Angewandte nationale Normen und National standards and technical Normes nationales et spécifications
technische Spezifikationen: specifications: techniques appliquées:
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Hersteller-Unterschrift Manufacturer’s signature Signature du fabricant

18.10.2012
TB 008/0106

Datum / Date / Date Geschäftsführer Managing director Gérant


Funktion des Unterzeichners Position of Signatory Fonction du signataire
Operating Instructions

for the

®
AQUAMAT
Tank Cleaning Head

09.00817.0001

Made in Germany

Issue: 09/2008
Operating instructions
BA. Nr. TCH09.00817.0001-E Index
Page 2 of 18, Issue 10/2003

All personnel who are responsible for the Operation and


maintenance of the tank cleaning head must:
Read and fully understand these instructions, especially the
section "Safety" before attempting to operate.
Ensure that these instructions are always readily available to
all personnel concerned.

Manufacturer and customer services address:

HAMMELMANN Maschinenfabrik GmbH

Zum Sundern 13 – 21 • D-59302 Oelde • Germany

P. O. Box 33 09 • D-59282 Oelde • Germany

Telephone: (0 25 22) 76-0

Telex: 89455 hpump d

Telefax: (0 25 22) 76-4 44

e-mail: mail@hammelmann.de

http://www.hammelmann.de

Tank cleaning head


Type:

Serial no.:

Date:

Contents:

Index .................................................................................................................................................... Page 2


Safety: .................................................................................................................................................. Page 3-6
General: ............................................................................................................................................... Page 7
Technical data and description: ........................................................................................................... Page 8 - 12
Operation: ............................................................................................................................................ Page 13
Maintenance: ....................................................................................................................................... Page 14 - 18
Appendix:

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Operating instructions
Safety BA. No. TCH09.00817.0001-E
Issue 09/2001, Page 3 of 18

Contents:

1. Dangers arising from non observance of safety instructions ...................................................................... Page 3


2. Safety conscious working ............................................................................................................................ Page 3
3. Personnel qualification and training ............................................................................................................ Page 3
4. Precise safety instructions for the operator ................................................................................................. Page 4
5. Danger symbol ............................................................................................................................................ Page 6
6. Safety during inspection, maintenance and repairs .................................................................................... Page 6
7. Forbidden practices ..................................................................................................................................... Page 6
8. Additional warnings ..................................................................................................................................... Page 6

1. Dangers arising from non observance of safety instructions

Using the most modern manufacturing techniques HAMMELMANN produce high pressure equipment which is
subject to stringent Quality, Function and Safety tests. Even so, improper or unsuitable use of high pressure
equipment, or operation by untrained personal can result in accidents leading to:

P Danger of death or injury.


P Costly damages claims.

All personnel who are responsible for the operation and maintenance of high pressure equipment must, before they
attempt operation be fully conversant with and completely understand the contents of this manual. Particular atten-
tion must be paid to this section "safety" and these instructions must always be readily available to all personnel
concerned. No claims for personal injuries or damages arising from ignorance or non observance of safety proce-
dures can be accepted.

2. Safety conscious working

Always observe accident prevention rules (e.g. in Great Britain - "Health and Safety at Work Act)! Refer to local
statutory or recommended codes of practice for the use of water jetting equipment. If no codes of practice are in
place in your country you are advised to obtain and adopt those of another country.

3. Personnel qualification and training

Only trained personnel should be entrusted with operation, maintenance, inspection and repair of high pressure
water equipment. The owners of the equipment are responsible for ensuring that all personnel concerned are fully
trained and conversant with the contents of this manual. If necessary, training courses should be arranged.

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4. Precise safety instructions for the operator

The operation of water jetting equipment should only be entrusted to personnel who are,
Î fully conversant with the operation procedure.
Î fully aware of the inherent dangers.

 Dangers are for instance,


Î reaction force.
Î cutting power of the jet.
Î hose shortening when pressurised.
Î working close to electrical sources or machinery.

 In the case of bare shaft pumps never connect a driver that can exceed the pump max. power rating as given
on the name plate.

 A pump unit must always be fitted with a mains cut-off/ ignition switch system.

 An emergency switch is an essential component of any pump unit.

 Before each operation the employer should ensure that a competent or trained person has checked,
Î that units and / or equipment are in good condition and
Î that the important elements, i.e.: safety devices, hoses, hose connections etc. are in good order.

 Any fault should be remedied before using the equipment.

 Follow precisely all start up/shut down procedures given in the operating instructions.

During operation regularly check the hoses, fittings and jetting accessories (i.e.: nozzles,
spray bar) for signs of leakage. In the case of leakage stop the pump unit immediately.
Do not attempt a close visual inspection of leakage while the pump is running.

 Use only the correct tools, i.e.: ensure that you have the correct spanner size to fit connection nuts etc.

Do not vary the pump pressure unless you have informed the accessory / machine operator
that you are about to do so.

 Upon shut down ensure that all elements of the equipment are depressurised (atmospheric pressure).

 When using two or more consumers (i.e.: sprayguns) from a single pump unit,
Î care shall be taken to ensure that the pressure regulating valve or unloader is correctly set so that the
operation of any consumer (i.e.: spraygun) will not cause a sudden pressure change and / or
excessive reaction forces.

 Never use accessories, i.e.: hoses, spray pistols etc. above the maximum specified operating pressure.
The maximum pressure of any system is only equal to the maximum pressure rating of the lowest rated com-
ponent therein.

 Position hoses,
Î so that they are not clamped or kinked and cannot chafe against sharp edges.

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Issue 09/2001, Page 5 of 18

 Use only accessories and spares from HAMMELMANN or their approved suppliers. Use of parts that are not
marked as tested or that are supplied without a test certificate can be dangerous. Think of your own safety.
(Also see guarantee conditions)

 The employer must ensure,


Î that the workplace is cleared, offers a firm footing and there is no possibility of tripping.
Trailing lines, loose debris and tools do not make a safe workplace.

 The jetting operator must ensure,


Î that there is no danger to neighbouring workers, and that the workplace is closed off with barriers.
Î signs are erected to prohibit unauthorized entry i.e.: Danger! High pressure water.

The tank cleaning heads must be only operated in an enclosed tank or vessel etc. with the
access point closed off. Never operate the head in the open air.

 Causes of danger are,


Î the jet (cutting power).
Î spray mist (with dangerous chemical additives).
Î loose debris or other items picked up and projected by the force of the jet.

 Avoid contact with any spray arrangement:


Î Do not place your hand or other bodily parts in front of a pressurised nozzle.
Î Never under any circumstances point an accessory (i.e.: pistol) at other persons even when
depressurised.

 Hazards to your health are,


Î the properties of the liquid (Wet, high temp, caustic etc.)
Î the high pressure (i.e.: cutting power of the jet, possible impact damage to tissue and bacterial
infection).

 To work with liquid jets the employer should ensure that all operatives wear protective clothing, i.e.:
Î Protective suit,
Î Safety helmet,
Î Flexible closed gloves,
Î Slip proof safety boots with foot and shin protection.,
Î Ear protectors,
Î Respiratory protector,
Î Safety glasses or full face visor.

Operatives ignoring the employers instruction to wear any of the above do so at their own risk!

 In the event that a person is struck by a waterjet they must immediately report to or be taken to a doctor. Even
seemingly minor injuries can have serious consequences! Liquids can be injected into body tissue leaving no
obvious external damage!

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5. Danger symbol

This symbol, always indicates an important safety instruction. You must read, under-
stand and follow the instruction precisely!
Failure to follow such an instruction can result in extreme danger to persons and
damage to property.

6. Safety during inspection, maintenance and repair

The owner shall be responsible for ensuring that all inspection, maintenance and repair works are carried out by
competent, fully trained personnel. He shall also ensure that said personnel have read and fully understood this
manual. At any inspection, maintenance or repair work the Aquamat must be shut off and the complete system
must be pressure less.
At restarting ensure that all safety parts are in correct condition or correct installed.

7. Forbidden practices

Operating, maintenance and repair procedures other than described herein or unauthorised
design modifications are forbidden on safety grounds. The manufacturer cannot be held
responsible for any consequences arising from the fitting of unauthorised spare parts or
accessories.

8. Additional warnings

 When working in the chemical industries, it is essential to be aware of any comply with all plant warnings and
regulations.

 When the Aquamat is built into a high pressure system you must also refer to the safety and operation instruc-
tions of the other high pressure elements before use!

 Other elements are for instance:


Î Drive
Î Pump
Î Hoses etc.

 In the event that other high pressure accessories (i.e.: hoses) are used in conjunction with this unit then the
relevant manufacturer's or supplier's operation instructions should be observed and followed in all cases.

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Operating instructions
General BA. No. TCH09.00817.0001-E
Issue 09/2001, Page 7 of 18

1. Introduction

Your HAMMELMANN Tank Cleaning Head AQUAMAT ® is the product of many years research, development and
testing in the field of High Pressure manufacture. Modern design and manufacturing processes allow us to offer the
very highest quality products.
This means for you:

P High precision manufacture,


P High reliability and
P Efficiency.

2. Application

The HAMMELMANN Tank Cleaning Head AQUAMAT ® is especially designed for (and only for) cleaning tanks
and vessel interiors. It is useful in:

P Chemical and Petrochemical plants,


P Plastics and Paper industries,
P Food and drink Processing.

Wherever pressure vessels, storage tanks, reactors, spray towers etc. are employed product quality can be main-
tained by regular cleaning. Rock hard condensates, coke and polymers or really resistant natural and synthetic
rubbers, PVC latex etc. can all be removed with the HAMMELMANN Tank Cleaning Head AQUAMAT ® .

3. Copyright

The copyright of these operating instructions is the property of HAMMELMANN GmbH. These instructions contain
technical descriptions and illustrations that may not be electronically stored or reproduced in whole or in part or be
passed to third parties in any form whatsoever without the written permission of the owners.

We are protected by law against contravention of the above and will take appropriate action if necessary.

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Technical data and description
Page 8 of 18, Issue 10/2003

Contents:

1. Connections for Tank cleaning heads....................................................................................................Page 8


2. Nozzle lever arms...................................................................................................................................Page 8
2.1. Main dimensions ....................................................................................................................................Page 9
3. Selecting nozzle lever arm and r.p.m.....................................................................................................Page 10
4. Functions of the AQUAMAT Tank cleaning head.............................................................................Page 12
®
1. Connections for Tank cleaning heads

Max. operating Connection thread Conn. complete * Double nipple Gasket ring
pressure [bar} Double nipple M 33 x 2 /
Ident-No. Ident-No. Ident-No.
1040 M 22 x 1,5 DKL 08.13200.7002 01.02981.0493
1800 M 24 x 1,5 DKO-S 08.23200.9001 01.02981.0490
1620 M 30 x 1,5 DKM 08.15200.7002 01.02981.0499
04.00742.0057
1400 M 36 x 2 DKO-S 08.25200.9001 01.02981.0495
1000 M 38 x 1,5 DKM 08.16200.7002 01.02981.0500
950 M 42 x 2 DKO-S 08.26200.9001 01.02981.0479

• Double nipple and gasket ring

2. Nozzle lever arms

Nozzle Minimum working dia AR


Code-No. Minimum access
∅ in mm with one
AQUAMAT ®
lever arm
dia. Dmin in mm
X in mm nozzle arm
18 S 09.0X81X.2XXX 120 130
35 S 09.0X81X.3XXX 130 140
56 S 09.0X81X.4XXX 150 190
85 S 09.0X81X.5XXX 180 240

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Issue 09/2001, Page 9 of 18

3.1. Main dimensions

Example 1: AQUAMAT ® with 18 mm S-format lever arm

Example 2: AQUAMAT ® with one 56 mm S-format lever arm.

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4. Selecting nozzle lever arm and r.p.m.

Example: Flow rate 90 litre per minute and arm by an operating pressure of 400 bar.

n Using the Nomograph


At 90 l/min per arm draw a vertical line until it
meets the 700 bar line. From that point draw a
horizontal line. It will cross both the 18 mm and
35 mm lever lines. Now draw vertical lines
downward through the brake adjustment range
and then horizontal lines to the r.p.m. line. You
will see that the 35 mm lever offers a much
wider range of rotation speed so in this case
the 35 mm lever arm should be selected.

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Tank ∅
n Jetting pattern
4,0 m

3,0 m

2,0 m

1,0 m

Jetting pattern of a tank cleaning


head with one nozzle arm after
260 revolutions of the arm.

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To adjust the r.p.m.

P At the bottom of the Aquamat their is an adjusting screw to


adjust the r.p.m.
The cover is marked with "SLOW" and "FAST". Screwing in
direction "SLOW" reduces the r.p.m. and screwing in
direction "FAST" increases the r.p.m.

Adjusting screw

5. Functions of the AQUAMAT ® Tank cleaning head

P The rotation of the nozzle arm(s) is effected by the reaction force of the water jets. The r.p.m. can be
adjusted by means of the wear free induction brake magnet. Each rotation of the nozzle arm turns the
tank cleaning head approx. 19,6° around its vertical axis resulting in a stripe of surface being cleaned.
The width of the stripe is determined by the pressure of the water jet, the stand-off distance of the
nozzle from the surface and last but not least by the material being removed from the surface. After
20 rotations of the nozzle arm the head will have completed one rotation about its axis.

Avoid high torque (torque is a factor of lever dimension r in mm and flow rate per nozzle
arm in l/min) if the head is suspended on a hose. High reverse acting torques cause the
hose to bend and swing with the result that the head could smash against the tank wall.

P If a slower rotation of the arm is required then select an arm with a smaller lever dimension X. At equal
input parameters a smaller lever dimension will always result in a slower arm rotation.

P The hose bending/swinging effect can be useful in large tanks as it will bring the water jets closer to the
tank wall thereby increasing cleaning efficiency. Care has to be taken however that the head cannot
come into contact with protrusions, i.e.: other equipment built into the tank.

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Operation BA. No. TCH09.00817.0001-E
Issue 09/2001, Page 13 of 18

1. Installation and start up


P Attach the head to the deployment method, i.e.: high pressure rigid pipe or flexible hose.
(req. torque = 220 Nm)
P Run hoses from deployment pipe or hose back to the pump unit.
P Connect the high pressure hose to the pump. Refer to your pump manual for instructions on how hoses
should be deployed, connected and checked.
P Lower the head into the tank/vessel to the required depth.
P Due to its special design the head can rotate without pressure and without rotating nozzle arms around
its vertical axis. This makes positioning the head easier.

Do not switch on the pump and run at pressure until the head is in position in the tank. The
access point should be covered or protected so that no water jet can emit from the tank.
The protection should be firm enough to withstand the force of a jet.

P Observe all start up and safety procedures given in the pump manual and switch on the pump and
regulate up to the required pressure.
P The tank cleaning head will immediately start jetting water.

By nature of the work normally carried out using tank cleaning heads all personal safety
precautions must be observed, i.e.: against poisonous gases, dangerous liquids such as
acids, caustic sodas etc.

Observe all environmental protection rules. Determine if the waste product and water can be
directed to sewerage or if it must be transported to a special disposal site.

2. Shut down
P Shut down high pressure pump (refer to pump manual).
P Ensuring that the head and hose cannot fall to the bottom of the tank disconnect hose from high pres-
sure pump.
P Remove tank access cover or protection.
P Withdraw the head from the tank. Adjust the nozzle arm(s) if necessary to pass through the access.
P Disconnect all hoses, pipes etc.
P Clean and store the head in a warm dry environment. DO NOT leave the head where it can be sub-
jected to freezing conditions.

3. Checking the high pressure seals

m The condition of the high pressure seals should be checked after long periods of usage or long periods
of non usage.
m Check as follows:
Î Replace the nozzle inserts with stop plugs.
Î Use a suitable high pressre pump unit or a hand pump to charge the tank cleaning head with high
pressure water at from min. 200 bar up to max. operating pressure for between 5 and 10 minutes.
Î If water leaks from the non return valve the high pressure seals must be replaced (see
Maintenance Instructions).

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Contents:

1.0 Disassembly
2.0 Reassembly

If the tank cleaning head is not functioning correctly first check the housing and nozzle arms for signs of wear or
damage. If there is no apparent external problem the unit must be disassembled.

Use only correct sized tools when disassembling and reassembling.

1.0 Disassembly

P Remove nozzle retaining nuts and examine all nozzles for blockage or excessive wear. Replace if
necessary. Refit nozzle retaining nut.
P If nozzles were clean and in good condition remove the nozzle arm assembly. Two hex. cap screws
hold these in place.
P Remove the circlip (320) from the base of the housing.
P Using pliers remove the threaded bolt (290), the housing (280) and the cover (300) from the housing
(100). The housings (100 and 280) must be dry. If they are wet then the high pressure seals are
defective and further disassembly is necessary.

During disassembly and reassembly ensure that the copper ring and brake magnet never
Note ! make contact. The threaded bolt (290) must be perfectly straight and undamaged.

P Use a mandrel to remove the dowel pin (350).


P Separate hand wheel (340) and cover (300) from threaded bolt (290).
P Remove O-Rings (310 and 330).
P Unscrew hexagon nut (500) and remove safety plate tongued inside (560).
P Slide a plastic sleeve over the brake magnet and use a bearing extractor to remove the magnet from
the housing (100). (The sleeve negates the high magnetic force and prevents the brake slamming
against the housing). The sleeve is available from us (Order code: 01.06224.0024).
P Remove circlip (240).
P Pull the pinion shaft (260) and bearings (250) for wear or damage. Replace if necessary.
P Remove circlip (20).
P Pull out hollow shaft (10) complete with items. 30, 40, 60, 70, 80, 90. Do not use a tool. If necessary
use compressed air onto the hollow shaft (440) to push out the hollow shaft (10) by closed off bores.
P Remove split retaining ring (90).
P Pull out gear wheel (80).

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P By hand remove the axial roller bearing (70) together with items 30, 40, 60 from the hollow shaft (10).
P Check the high pressure sealing area (25 mm o/d) of the hollow shaft (10) for scratching or wear.
P Check the fit of bush (40).
P Disassemble axial roller bearing (70) and bearing holder (60). The last ring of the bearing and the bush
(40) can be separated by lightly tapping on the workbench.
P Use a plastic mandrel to press spacer (540), bushing (130) and seal (120) downwards.
P Use a 2 mm dia piece of rigid wire pushed through A
the access bore (A) to push out the circlip (530)
from its groove. Tap the wire lightly with a hammer
if necessary. 540

P Then with a screwdriver from above and a bent,


curved screwdriver or similar from below,
manipulate the circlip upwards and out. This is a
tricky operation. 530
130
P By hand remove spacer (540).
P Slide the hollow shaft (10) into the housing (100) 120
again (close off the bore of the hollow shaft with the
thumb). Give compressed air onto the hollow shaft
(440) to push out the bushing (130) and seal (120)
from the housing (100).
P Unscrew the hexagon socket head screws (220) to
remove the cover (210).

Note !! The cover is additional secured with straight pins (230).

P Remove the hexagon socket cap head screws (430) and the cover (420).
P Pull the hollow shaft (440) out of the housing and carefully check all surfaces for signs of wear.
P Pull out the worm shaft (200) and pinion shaft (160). Ensure that the ball (510) doesn’t lost, remove the
ball. Check the the shafts (200 and 160) for signs of wear.
P Remove the bushings (450 and 460) together with seal (120) from the housing and check for wear.
P Remove the two bearings (180) from their shafts. If they have come off with the cover (210) lightly
tapping on the workbench dislodge them. If necessary use an extractor.

P Check all bearings of wear.

P Check the bore of Permaglide bushes (400 and 410) against the diameter of shafts (160). Replace if
necessary.

P Remove disc (390) and check for wear. If necessary replace.

P Remove Glyd-ring (170) from the hollow shaft (440).


P Remove circlip (360).
P Remove the clutch (650) and worm wheel (150).
P Remove feather key (370) and adjusting washer (380).
P Pull the pinion shaft (490) out of the housing.
P Remove disc (480) from the pinion shaft (490).
P Check the bore of the bundle bushing (470) against the diameter of pinion shaft (490). Replace if
necessary.

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P If necessary use a 9,5 mm dia. drill to bore out the bundle bushing (470).
P Use extractor tools to remove flanged sleeve (590) and Permaglide bush (500). It may be necessary to
drill out.
P Check all shafts, gear wheels, pinion wheels for signs of wear and replace as necessary.
P Clean and grease all parts including any new replacement parts. Use a resin free grease such as
"Spectron F0 20 EP". Cover the bench with clean paper and lay the parts out in order of reassembly.

2.0 Reassembly

During reassembly great care should be taken to ensure that seals are not damaged or
Note !
distorted. Fit seals by hand only, never use tools.

• Checking the clutch (650) moment of friction (see sketch) lock in a vice
P The moment of friction of the clutch when lightly greased
should be set at max. 8 Nm.
P Place the clutch and worm gear in a protected vice. NOT
BY THE TEETH!
P Take an M 8 x 45 bolt with washer and place through the
clutch. Fix in position with a nut and washer taking care
not to damage the 10 mm bore and keyway.
P Position a 13 mm a/f torque wrench on the bolthead and
check the moment of friction. This can be adjusted if
necessary by tightening or loosening the 27 mm a/f nut.
Adjusting screw

During reassembly great care should be taken to ensure that seals are not damaged or
Note ! distorted. Fit seals by hand only, never use tools.

P If you are replacing bundle bushing (470) it should be smoothed around the flange. Lightly grease the
bundle bushingh and knock into position with a nylon pin.
P Slide washer (480) over pinion shaft (490).
P Slide pinion shaft (490) and washer (480) down through and onto the bundle bushing (470).
P Fit the feather key (370) into the keyway.
P Fit the clutch (650) and worm wheel (150) onto the pinion shaft (490) and fasten in place with the circlip
(360).
Determine the middle of the worm shaft (200). This middle axle is also the middle of the
worm wheel (150). The allowed tolerance is ± 0,5 mm. If necessary place more adjusting
washers (380).

P Place the disc (390) and bushings (400 and 410) into the housing (100).
P Fit the bushing (400) into the cover (210)
P Place O-ring (570) into the housing (100).
P Slide the disc (140) onto the hollow shaft (440).

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P Slide Glyd-ring (170) over the hollow shaft. To do this: Place the Glyd-ring on one side of the hollow
shaft and with a suitable tool (i.e. screw driver or pin) slide the Glyd-ring onto the shaft. Do not damage
the Glyd-ring. By this job the Glyd-ring will be stretched. Place (slide) the Glyd-ring continue to the
correct position into the groove of the hollow shaft. Afterwards the Glyd-ring must be calibrated in the
correct size and form (ref to scetch). Use calibration tool available at Hammelmann.
Bevor calibration

Glyd-ring

After
calibration

Calibration sleeve
P Slide bushing (460) into the housing (100) ensuring that the sharp edged face points towards the seal
P Next fit the "right" seal (120) in the housing (100) and position with the tool (01.06224.0076).
P Working from the right, fit the hollow shaft (440) ensuring that seal (120) is not disturbed. Use the tool
to fix the seal.
P Slide the "left" seal (120) over the hollow shaft (550) and into the housing (100).
P Slide bushing (450) into the housing (100) ensuring that the sharp edged face points towards the seal
P Slide the pinion shaft (160) into the bushing (400).
P Push the worm shaft (200) into the Permaglide bushing (410) ensuring the teeth of gear wheel and
pinion shaft (160) mesh.
P Place the two bearings (190) into the cover (210).
P Place seal (520) with the seal lipps to the outer side into the cover (420).
P Ensure locating pins (230) are positioned in the cover (210). Fit the gasket (110) to the cover and coat
with liquid seal (i.e.: Hylomar). Fix the cover in position with the screws (220).
P Place the cover (420) onto the housing and fix with the screws (430). Through this the seal (120) and
bushing (450) will be correct positioned. Check that the hollow shaft (440) turns easily.
P Place seal (120) into the housing.

When fitting bush (130) ensure that the internal chamfer


Note ! 0,5 x 15° is upwards.

P Push fit bush (130) into the housing (100) as far as it will go and
then with a piece of plastic tube push it home.

Note ! Do not disturb seal (120)!


Maintenance
P Fit spacer (540).
P Fit circlip (530).
Note !
The circlip (530) must be positioned so that its ends cover exactly the access bore other-
wise future removal will not be possible.

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When the head is eventually operated under pressure the seal (120) bush (140) and spacer
Note ! (540) will be pushed against the circlip.

P Fit the seal (30) with seal lip upwards into the bearing holder (60).
P Push bush (40) and a roller bearing ring (70) into the bearing holder (60).
P Slide bearing holder (60) together with seal (30), bush (40) and one ring of the bearing over the Hollow
shaft (10).
P Press bearing rollers and second ring of (70) over the hollow shaft.
P Push gear wheel (80) onto the hollow shaft (10).
P Lay the split retaining ring (90) in the groove and pull the bearing assembly with gear wheel onto the
retaining ring.
P Ensure that there is not too much grease making it difficult to assemble. Parts should rotate freely.
P Check condition of O-Ring (50). Replace if necessary.
P Slide the hollow shaft (10) complete with items 30, 40, 60, 70, 80 and 90 into the housing (100).

Ensure that the teeth of the gearwheel (80) mesh with those of the pinion shaft (490).

P Fit circlip (20).


P Push the pinion shaft (260) complete with two bearings (250) and spacer (380) into the bore of the
housing (100).
P Fit circlip (240).
P Push a plastic sleeve into the housing (100) so that the brake magnet (270) can be pushed over the
pinion shaft and into the housing.
P Fit the brake magnet (270).
P Remove the plastic sleeve.
P Fix the brake magnet (270) with the safety plate (560) and hex. nut (500).
P The housing (280), threaded bolt (290), cover (300), O-Ring (310), hand wheel (340) and dowel pin
(350) should be preassembled as follows:
Î Fit a new O-Ring (330). Screw the threaded bolt (290) into the housing (280). Fit the O-Ring (310)
into the cover (300) and slide the cover onto the threaded bolt. Push the hand wheel (340) onto the
threaded bolt and secure with the dowel pin (350).
P Fit circlip (320).

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Valid for nozzle insert designs: A, L, M, S
Output quantity in ( l/min ) and Reaction force in ( N )
Nozzle output factor: 0,95

Nozzle - Ø [mm]
m/s 0,4 0,5 0,6 0,7 0,8 0,9 1,0 1,1 1,2 1,3 1,4 1,5 1,6 1,7 1,8 1,9 2,0 2,1 2,2 2,3 2,4 2,5
l/min 0,2 0,3 0,5 0,7 0,9 1,1 1,4 1,7 2,0 2,4 2,7 3,1 3,6 4,0 4,5 5,1 5,6 6,2 6,8 7,4 8,1 8,7
5 30,7
N 0,1 0,2 0,3 0,4 0,5 0,6 0,7 0,9 1,1 1,2 1,4 1,6 1,9 2,1 2,4 2,6 2,9 3,2 3,5 3,9 4,2 4,6
l/min 0,7 1,1 1,6 2,2 2,8 3,6 4,4 5,4 6,4 7,5 8,7 10,0 11,3 12,8 14,3 16,0 17,7 19,5 21,4 23,4 25,5 27,7
50 97,1
N 1,2 1,8 2,6 3,6 4,7 5,9 7,3 8,8 10,5 12,3 14,3 16,4 18,7 21,1 23,7 26,4 29,2 32,2 35,4 38,6 42,1 45,7
l/min 1,0 1,6 2,3 3,1 4,0 5,1 6,3 7,6 9,0 10,6 12,3 14,1 16,0 18,1 20,3 22,6 25,0 27,6 30,3 33,1 36,1 39,1
100 137,3
N 2,3 3,7 5,3 7,2 9,4 11,8 14,6 17,7 21,0 24,7 28,6 32,9 37,4 42,2 47,3 52,8 58,4 64,4 70,7 77,3 84,2 91,3
l/min 1,2 1,9 2,8 3,8 4,9 6,2 7,7 9,3 11,0 13,0 15,0 17,3 19,6 22,2 24,8 27,7 30,7 33,8 37,1 40,6 44,2 47,9
150 168,2
N 3,5 5,5 7,9 10,7 14,0 17,8 21,9 26,5 31,6 37,0 43,0 49,3 56,1 63,3 71,0 79,1 87,7 96,7 106,1 115,9 126,3 137,0
l/min 1,4 2,2 3,2 4,3 5,7 7,2 8,9 10,7 12,7 15,0 17,4 19,9 22,7 25,6 28,7 32,0 35,4 39,0 42,9 46,8 51,0 55,3
200 194,2
N 4,7 7,3 10,5 14,3 18,7 23,7 29,2 35,4 42,1 49,4 57,3 65,8 74,8 84,5 94,7 105,5 116,9 128,9 141,4 154,6 168,3 182,7
l/min 1,6 2,5 3,6 4,9 6,3 8,0 9,9 12,0 14,3 16,7 19,4 22,3 25,3 28,6 32,1 35,7 39,6 43,7 47,9 52,4 57,0 61,9
250 217,1
N 5,8 9,1 13,2 17,9 23,4 29,6 36,5 44,2 52,6 61,7 71,6 82,2 93,5 105,6 118,4 131,9 146,1 161,1 176,8 193,2 210,4 228,3
l/min 1,7 2,7 3,9 5,3 6,9 8,8 10,8 13,1 15,6 18,3 21,3 24,4 27,8 31,3 35,1 39,1 43,4 47,8 52,5 57,4 62,5 67,8
300 237,8
N 7,0 11,0 15,8 21,5 28,1 35,5 43,8 53,0 63,1 74,1 85,9 98,6 112,2 126,7 142,0 158,3 175,3 193,3 212,2 231,9 252,5 274,0
l/min 1,9 2,9 4,2 5,7 7,5 9,5 11,7 14,2 16,9 19,8 23,0 26,4 30,0 33,8 37,9 42,3 46,8 51,7 56,7 62,0 67,5 73,2
350 256,9
N 8,2 12,8 18,4 25,1 32,7 41,4 51,1 61,9 73,6 86,4 100,2 115,1 130,9 147,8 165,7 184,6 204,6 225,5 247,5 270,5 294,6 319,6
l/min 2,0 3,1 4,5 6,1 8,0 10,1 12,5 15,2 18,0 21,2 24,5 28,2 32,1 36,2 40,6 45,2 50,1 55,2 60,6 66,2 72,1 78,3
400 274,6
N 9,4 14,6 21,0 28,6 37,4 47,3 58,4 70,7 84,2 98,8 114,6 131,5 149,6 168,9 189,4 211,0 233,8 257,8 282,9 309,2 336,7 365,3
l/min 2,1 3,3 4,8 6,5 8,5 10,8 13,3 16,1 19,1 22,4 26,0 29,9 34,0 38,4 43,0 47,9 53,1 58,6 64,3 70,3 76,5 83,0
450 291,3
N 10,5 16,4 23,7 32,2 42,1 53,3 65,8 79,6 94,7 111,1 128,9 148,0 168,3 190,0 213,0 237,4 263,0 290,0 318,3 347,8 378,8 411,0
l/min 2,2 3,5 5,0 6,9 9,0 11,3 14,0 16,9 20,2 23,7 27,4 31,5 35,8 40,5 45,4 50,5 56,0 61,7 67,8 74,1 80,6 87,5
500 307,0
N 11,7 18,3 26,3 35,8 46,8 59,2 73,1 88,4 105,2 123,5 143,2 164,4 187,0 211,1 236,7 263,8 292,2 322,2 353,6 386,5 420,8 456,6
l/min 2,3 3,7 5,3 7,2 9,4 11,9 14,7 17,8 21,1 24,8 28,8 33,0 37,6 42,4 47,6 53,0 58,7 64,7 71,1 77,7 84,6 91,8
550 322,0
N 12,9 20,1 28,9 39,4 51,4 65,1 80,4 97,2 115,7 135,8 157,5 180,8 205,7 232,3 260,4 290,1 321,5 354,4 389,0 425,1 462,9 502,3
l/min 2,5 3,8 5,5 7,5 9,8 12,4 15,3 18,6 22,1 25,9 30,1 34,5 39,3 44,3 49,7 55,4 61,3 67,6 74,2 81,1 88,3 95,8
600 336,3
N 14,0 21,9 31,6 43,0 56,1 71,0 87,7 106,1 126,3 148,2 171,8 197,3 224,4 253,4 284,1 316,5 350,7 386,6 424,3 463,8 505,0 548,0
l/min 2,6 4,0 5,7 7,8 10,2 12,9 16,0 19,3 23,0 27,0 31,3 35,9 40,9 46,1 51,7 57,6 63,8 70,4 77,3 84,4 91,9 99,8
650 350,0
N 15,2 23,7 34,2 46,5 60,8 76,9 95,0 114,9 136,8 160,5 186,2 213,7 243,2 274,5 307,7 342,9 379,9 418,9 459,7 502,4 547,1 593,6
l/min 2,7 4,1 6,0 8,1 10,6 13,4 16,6 20,0 23,9 28,0 32,5 37,3 42,4 47,9 53,7 59,8 66,3 73,0 80,2 87,6 95,4 103,5
700 363,3
N 16,4 25,6 36,8 50,1 65,5 82,9 102,3 123,8 147,3 172,9 200,5 230,1 261,9 295,6 331,4 369,3 409,1 451,1 495,1 541,1 589,2 639,3
l/min 2,7 4,3 6,2 8,4 11,0 13,9 17,1 20,7 24,7 29,0 33,6 38,6 43,9 49,5 55,6 61,9 68,6 75,6 83,0 90,7 98,8 107,2
750 376,0
N 17,5 27,4 39,5 53,7 70,1 88,8 109,6 132,6 157,8 185,2 214,8 246,6 280,6 316,7 355,1 395,6 438,4 483,3 530,4 579,7 631,3 685,0
Op. Pressure [bar]

l/min 2,8 4,4 6,4 8,7 11,3 14,3 17,7 21,4 25,5 29,9 34,7 39,8 45,3 51,2 57,4 63,9 70,8 78,1 85,7 93,7 102,0 110,7
800 388,3
N 18,7 29,2 42,1 57,3 74,8 94,7 116,9 141,4 168,3 197,6 229,1 263,0 299,3 337,8 378,8 422,0 467,6 515,5 565,8 618,4 673,3 730,6
l/min 2,9 4,6 6,6 8,9 11,7 14,8 18,3 22,1 26,3 30,8 35,8 41,1 46,7 52,7 59,1 65,9 73,0 80,5 88,3 96,6 105,1 114,1
850 400,3
N 19,9 31,1 44,7 60,9 79,5 100,6 124,2 150,3 178,9 209,9 243,4 279,5 318,0 359,0 402,4 448,4 496,8 547,7 601,2 657,0 715,4 776,3
l/min 3,0 4,7 6,8 9,2 12,0 15,2 18,8 22,7 27,0 31,7 36,8 42,3 48,1 54,3 60,9 67,8 75,1 82,8 90,9 99,4 108,2 117,4
900 411,9
N 21,0 32,9 47,3 64,4 84,2 106,5 131,5 159,1 189,4 222,3 257,8 295,9 336,7 380,1 426,1 474,8 526,0 580,0 636,5 695,7 757,5 821,9
l/min 3,1 4,8 6,9 9,5 12,3 15,6 19,3 23,3 27,8 32,6 37,8 43,4 49,4 55,8 62,5 69,7 77,2 85,1 93,4 102,1 111,1 120,6
950 423,2
N 22,2 34,7 50,0 68,0 88,8 112,4 138,8 168,0 199,9 234,6 272,1 312,3 355,4 401,2 449,8 501,1 555,3 612,2 671,9 734,3 799,6 867,6
l/min 3,2 4,9 7,1 9,7 12,7 16,0 19,8 24,0 28,5 33,5 38,8 44,5 50,7 57,2 64,1 71,5 79,2 87,3 95,8 104,7 114,0 123,7
1000 434,2
N 23,4 36,5 52,6 71,6 93,5 118,4 146,1 176,8 210,4 246,9 286,4 328,8 374,1 422,3 473,4 527,5 584,5 644,4 707,2 773,0 841,7 913,3
l/min 3,3 5,2 7,5 10,2 13,3 16,8 20,8 25,1 29,9 35,1 40,7 46,7 53,2 60,0 67,3 75,0 83,1 91,6 100,5 109,8 119,6 129,8
1100 455,4
N 25,7 40,2 57,9 78,8 102,9 130,2 160,7 194,5 231,5 271,6 315,0 361,7 411,5 464,5 520,8 580,3 642,9 708,8 778,0 850,3 925,8 1005,0
l/min 3,5 5,4 7,8 10,6 13,9 17,6 21,7 26,2 31,2 36,7 42,5 48,8 55,5 62,7 70,3 78,3 86,7 95,6 105,0 114,7 124,9 135,5
1200 475,6
N 28,1 43,8 63,1 85,9 112,2 142,0 175,3 212,2 252,5 296,3 343,7 394,5 448,9 506,8 568,1 633,0 701,4 773,3 848,7 927,6 1010,0 1096,0
l/min 3,6 5,6 8,1 11,1 14,4 18,3 22,6 27,3 32,5 38,1 44,2 50,8 57,8 65,2 73,1 81,5 90,3 99,5 109,3 119,4 130,0 141,1
1300 495,0
N 30,4 47,5 68,4 93,1 121,6 153,9 190,0 229,9 273,5 321,0 372,3 427,4 486,3 549,0 615,5 685,8 759,8 837,7 919,4 1005,0 1094,0 1187,0
l/min 3,7 5,9 8,4 11,5 15,0 19,0 23,4 28,3 33,7 39,6 45,9 52,7 60,0 67,7 75,9 84,6 93,7 103,3 113,4 123,9 134,9 146,4
1400 513,7
N 32,7 51,1 73,6 100,2 130,9 165,7 204,6 247,5 294,6 345,7 401,0 460,3 523,7 591,2 662,8 738,5 818,3 902,2 990,1 1082,0 1178,0 1279,0
l/min 3,9 6,1 8,7 11,9 15,5 19,6 24,2 29,3 34,9 41,0 47,5 54,6 62,1 70,1 78,6 87,5 97,0 106,9 117,4 128,3 139,7 151,5
1500 531,8
N 35,1 54,8 78,9 107,4 140,3 177,5 219,2 265,2 315,6 370,4 429,6 493,2 561,1 633,4 710,2 791,3 876,7 966,6 1061,0 1159,0 1263,0 1370,0
l/min 4,0 6,3 9,0 12,3 16,0 20,3 25,0 30,3 36,1 42,3 49,1 56,3 64,1 72,4 81,1 90,4 100,2 110,4 121,2 132,5 144,2 156,5
1600 549,2
N 37,4 58,4 84,2 114,6 149,6 189,4 233,8 282,9 336,7 395,1 458,2 526,0 598,5 675,7 757,5 844,0 935,2 1031,0 1132,0 1237,0 1347,0 1461,0
l/min 4,1 6,5 9,3 12,6 16,5 20,9 25,8 31,2 37,2 43,6 50,6 58,1 66,1 74,6 83,6 93,2 103,3 113,8 124,9 136,5 148,7 161,3
1700 566,1
N 39,7 62,1 89,4 121,7 159,0 201,2 248,4 300,6 357,7 419,8 486,9 558,9 635,9 717,9 804,9 896,8 993,6 1095,0 1202,0 1314,0 1431,0 1553,0
l/min 4,2 6,6 9,6 13,0 17,0 21,5 26,6 32,1 38,2 44,9 52,1 59,8 68,0 76,8 86,1 95,9 106,2 117,1 128,6 140,5 153,0 166,0
1800 582,5
N 42,1 65,8 94,7 128,9 168,3 213,0 263,0 318,3 378,8 444,5 515,5 591,8 673,3 760,1 852,2 949,5 1052,0 1160,0 1273,0 1391,0 1515,0 1644,0
l/min 4,4 6,8 9,8 13,4 17,5 22,1 27,3 33,0 39,3 46,1 53,5 61,4 69,9 78,9 88,4 98,5 109,2 120,3 132,1 144,4 157,2 170,6
1900 598,5
N 44,4 69,4 99,9 136,0 177,7 224,9 277,6 335,9 399,8 469,2 544,2 624,7 710,7 802,4 899,5 1002,0 1111,0 1224,0 1344,0 1469,0 1599,0 1735,0
l/min 4,5 7,0 10,1 13,7 17,9 22,7 28,0 33,9 40,3 47,3 54,9 63,0 71,7 80,9 90,7 101,1 112,0 123,5 135,5 148,1 161,3 175,0
2000 614,0
N 46,8 73,1 105,2 143,2 187,0 236,7 292,2 353,6 420,8 493,9 572,8 657,6 748,2 844,6 946,9 1055,0 1169,0 1289,0 1414,0 1546,0 1683,0 1827,0
l/min 4,6 7,2 10,3 14,1 18,4 23,2 28,7 34,7 41,3 48,5 56,2 64,6 73,4 82,9 93,0 103,6 114,8 126,5 138,9 151,8 165,2 179,3
2100 629,2
N 49,1 76,7 110,5 150,4 196,4 248,6 306,9 371,3 441,9 518,6 601,4 690,4 785,6 886,8 994,2 1108,0 1227,0 1353,0 1485,0 1623,0 1768,0 1918,0
l/min 4,7 7,3 10,6 14,4 18,8 23,8 29,4 35,5 42,3 49,6 57,6 66,1 75,2 84,9 95,1 106,0 117,5 129,5 142,1 155,3 169,1 183,5
2200 644,0
N 51,4 80,4 115,7 157,5 205,7 260,4 321,5 389,0 462,9 543,3 630,1 723,3 823,0 929,1 1042,0 1161,0 1286,0 1418,0 1556,0 1701,0 1852,0 2009,0
l/min 4,8 7,5 10,8 14,7 19,2 24,3 30,0 36,3 43,2 50,7 58,8 67,6 76,9 86,8 97,3 108,4 120,1 132,4 145,3 158,8 172,9 187,7
2300 658,5
N 53,8 84,0 121,0 164,7 215,1 272,2 336,1 406,7 484,0 568,0 658,7 756,2 860,4 971,3 1089,0 1213,0 1344,0 1482,0 1627,0 1778,0 1936,0 2101,0
l/min 4,9 7,7 11,0 15,0 19,6 24,8 30,7 37,1 44,2 51,8 60,1 69,0 78,5 88,6 99,4 110,7 122,7 135,3 148,4 162,2 176,7 191,7
2400 672,6
N 56,1 87,7 126,3 171,8 224,4 284,1 350,7 424,3 505,0 592,7 687,4 789,1 897,8 1014,0 1136,0 1266,0 1403,0 1547,0 1697,0 1855,0 2020,0 2192,0
l/min 5,0 7,8 11,3 15,3 20,0 25,4 31,3 37,9 45,1 52,9 61,4 70,4 80,1 90,5 101,4 113,0 125,2 138,0 151,5 165,6 180,3 195,6
2500 686,5
N 58,4 91,3 131,5 179,0 233,8 295,9 365,3 442,0 526,0 617,4 716,0 821,9 935,2 1056,0 1184,0 1319,0 1461,0 1611,0 1768,0 1932,0 2104,0 2283,0

Reaction force > 150 N A L M S


Reaction force > 250 N
Typ

Material Steel Steel Steel Steel


Nozzle ø [mm] 0,4 - 4,9 1,0 – 3,9 1,4 – 2,0 1,0 - 1,2
Design ø 8/12 x 24 12.5/16.8 x 27 8/12 x 24 M4 x 5.2

When working with hand held high pressure blasting guns


and lances the maximun allowable axial reaction force is
Hammelmann Postfach 3309 • D-59282 Oelde Phone +49-2522-76-0 250 N. If the reaction force is in excess of 150 N the blasting
tool must be fitted with a bodily support device such as a
Maschinenfabrik GmbH Zum Sundern 13-21 • Germany Fax +49-2522-76-444
shoulder stock. (Regulations for fluid jetters).
eMail: mail@hammelmann.de • Internet: www.hammelmann.de

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Valid for nozzle insert designs: A, L, M, S
Output quantity in ( l/min ) and Reaction force in ( N )
Nozzle output factor: 0,95

Nozzle - Ø [mm]
m/s 2,6 2,7 2,8 2,9 3,0 3,1 3,2 3,3 3,4 3,5 3,6 3,7 3,8 3,9 4,0 4,1 4,2 4,3 4,4 4,5 4,6 4,7
l/min 9,5 10,2 11,0 11,8 12,6 13,5 14,3 15,2 16,2 17,1 18,1 19,2 20,2 21,3 22,4 23,5 24,7 25,9 27,1 28,3 29,6 30,9
5 30,7
N 4,9 5,3 5,7 6,1 6,6 7,0 7,5 8,0 8,4 9,0 9,5 10,0 10,6 11,1 11,7 12,3 12,9 13,5 14,1 14,8 15,5 16,1
l/min 29,9 32,3 34,7 37,2 39,8 42,5 45,3 48,2 51,2 54,2 57,4 60,6 63,9 67,3 70,8 74,4 78,1 81,9 85,7 89,6 93,7 97,8
50 97,1
N 49,4 53,3 57,3 61,4 65,8 70,2 74,8 79,6 84,5 89,5 94,7 100,0 105,5 111,1 116,9 122,8 128,9 135,1 141,4 148,0 154,6 161,4
l/min 42,3 45,6 49,1 52,7 56,3 60,2 64,1 68,2 72,4 76,7 81,1 85,7 90,4 95,2 100,2 105,2 110,4 115,8 121,2 126,8 132,5 138,3
100 137,3
N 98,8 106,5 114,6 122,9 131,5 140,4 149,6 159,1 168,9 179,0 189,4 200,0 211,0 222,3 233,8 245,6 257,8 270,2 282,9 295,9 309,2 322,8
l/min 51,8 55,9 60,1 64,5 69,0 73,7 78,5 83,5 88,6 93,9 99,4 105,0 110,7 116,6 122,7 128,9 135,3 141,8 148,4 155,3 162,2 169,4
150 168,2
N 148,2 159,8 171,8 184,3 197,3 210,6 224,4 238,7 253,4 268,5 284,1 300,1 316,5 333,4 350,7 368,5 386,6 405,3 424,3 443,9 463,8 484,2
l/min 59,9 64,5 69,4 74,5 79,7 85,1 90,7 96,4 102,3 108,5 114,7 121,2 127,8 134,7 141,7 148,8 156,2 163,7 171,4 179,3 187,3 195,6
200 194,2
N 197,6 213,0 229,1 245,8 263,0 280,9 299,3 318,3 337,8 358,0 378,8 400,1 422,0 444,5 467,6 491,3 515,5 540,4 565,8 591,8 618,4 645,6
l/min 66,9 72,2 77,6 83,2 89,1 95,1 101,4 107,8 114,4 121,3 128,3 135,5 142,9 150,6 158,4 166,4 174,6 183,0 191,6 200,4 209,5 218,7
250 217,1
N 246,9 266,3 286,4 307,2 328,8 351,1 374,1 397,8 422,3 447,5 473,4 500,1 527,5 555,6 584,5 614,1 644,4 675,5 707,2 739,8 773,0 807,0
l/min 73,3 79,0 85,0 91,2 97,6 104,2 111,0 118,1 125,4 132,8 140,5 148,4 156,6 164,9 173,5 182,3 191,3 200,5 209,9 219,6 229,4 239,5
300 237,8
N 296,3 319,6 343,7 368,7 394,5 421,3 448,9 477,4 506,8 537,0 568,1 600,1 633,0 666,8 701,4 736,9 773,3 810,6 848,7 887,7 927,6 968,4
l/min 79,2 85,4 91,8 98,5 105,4 112,6 119,9 127,5 135,4 143,5 151,8 160,3 169,1 178,1 187,4 196,9 206,6 216,6 226,8 237,2 247,8 258,7
350 256,9
N 345,7 372,8 401,0 430,1 460,3 491,5 523,7 557,0 591,2 626,5 662,8 700,2 738,5 777,9 818,3 859,7 902,2 945,6 990,1 1036,0 1082,0 1130,0
l/min 84,6 91,3 98,2 105,3 112,7 120,3 128,2 136,4 144,7 153,4 162,3 171,4 180,8 190,4 200,3 210,5 220,9 231,5 242,4 253,6 264,9 276,6
400 274,6
N 395,1 426,1 458,2 491,6 526,0 561,7 598,5 636,5 675,7 716,0 757,5 800,2 844,0 889,0 935,2 982,5 1031,0 1081,0 1132,0 1184,0 1237,0 1291,0
l/min 89,8 96,8 104,1 111,7 119,5 127,6 136,0 144,6 153,5 162,7 172,1 181,8 191,8 202,0 212,5 223,2 234,3 245,6 257,1 268,9 281,0 293,4
450 291,3
N 444,5 479,4 515,5 553,0 591,8 631,9 673,3 716,1 760,1 805,5 852,2 900,2 949,5 1000,0 1052,0 1105,0 1160,0 1216,0 1273,0 1332,0 1391,0 1453,0
l/min 94,6 102,1 109,8 117,7 126,0 134,5 143,3 152,4 161,8 171,5 181,4 191,6 202,1 212,9 224,0 235,3 246,9 258,8 271,0 283,5 296,2 309,2
500 307,0
N 493,9 532,6 572,8 614,5 657,6 702,1 748,2 795,6 844,6 895,0 946,9 1000,0 1055,0 1111,0 1169,0 1228,0 1289,0 1351,0 1414,0 1480,0 1546,0 1614,0
l/min 99,3 107,0 115,1 123,5 132,1 141,1 150,3 159,9 169,7 179,9 190,3 201,0 212,0 223,3 234,9 246,8 259,0 271,5 284,2 297,3 310,7 324,3
550 322,0
N 543,3 585,9 630,1 675,9 723,3 772,3 823,0 875,2 929,1 984,5 1042,0 1100,0 1161,0 1222,0 1286,0 1351,0 1418,0 1486,0 1556,0 1627,0 1701,0 1775,0
l/min 103,7 111,8 120,2 129,0 138,0 147,4 157,0 167,0 177,3 187,9 198,7 209,9 221,4 233,2 245,4 257,8 270,5 283,5 296,9 310,5 324,5 338,8
600 336,3
N 592,7 639,1 687,4 737,3 789,1 842,6 897,8 954,8 1014,0 1074,0 1136,0 1200,0 1266,0 1334,0 1403,0 1474,0 1547,0 1621,0 1697,0 1775,0 1855,0 1937,0
l/min 107,9 116,4 125,1 134,2 143,7 153,4 163,4 173,8 184,5 195,5 206,9 218,5 230,5 242,8 255,4 268,3 281,6 295,1 309,0 323,2 337,7 352,6
650 350,0
N 642,1 692,4 744,6 798,8 854,8 912,8 972,6 1034,0 1098,0 1164,0 1231,0 1300,0 1372,0 1445,0 1520,0 1597,0 1675,0 1756,0 1839,0 1923,0 2010,0 2098,0
l/min 112,0 120,7 129,9 139,3 149,1 159,2 169,6 180,4 191,5 202,9 214,7 226,8 239,2 251,9 265,0 278,4 292,2 306,3 320,7 335,4 350,5 365,9
700 363,3
N 691,5 745,7 801,9 860,2 920,6 983,0 1047,0 1114,0 1182,0 1253,0 1326,0 1400,0 1477,0 1556,0 1637,0 1719,0 1804,0 1891,0 1980,0 2071,0 2164,0 2260,0
l/min 115,9 125,0 134,4 144,2 154,3 164,8 175,6 186,7 198,2 210,0 222,2 234,7 247,6 260,8 274,3 288,2 302,4 317,0 331,9 347,2 362,8 378,7
750 376,0
N 740,8 798,9 859,2 921,7 986,3 1053,0 1122,0 1193,0 1267,0 1343,0 1420,0 1500,0 1583,0 1667,0 1753,0 1842,0 1933,0 2026,0 2122,0 2219,0 2319,0 2421,0
Op. Pressure [bar]

l/min 119,7 129,1 138,8 148,9 159,4 170,2 181,3 192,8 204,7 216,9 229,5 242,4 255,7 269,3 283,3 297,7 312,4 327,4 342,8 358,6 374,7 391,2
800 388,3
N 790,2 852,2 916,5 983,1 1052,0 1123,0 1197,0 1273,0 1351,0 1432,0 1515,0 1600,0 1688,0 1778,0 1870,0 1965,0 2062,0 2161,0 2263,0 2367,0 2474,0 2582,0
l/min 123,4 133,1 143,1 153,5 164,3 175,4 186,9 198,8 211,0 223,6 236,6 249,9 263,6 277,6 292,0 306,8 322,0 337,5 353,4 369,6 386,2 403,2
850 400,3
N 839,6 905,5 973,8 1045,0 1118,0 1194,0 1272,0 1353,0 1436,0 1522,0 1610,0 1700,0 1794,0 1889,0 1987,0 2088,0 2191,0 2297,0 2405,0 2515,0 2628,0 2744,0
l/min 127,0 136,9 147,2 158,0 169,0 180,5 192,3 204,5 217,1 230,1 243,4 257,1 271,2 285,7 300,5 315,7 331,3 347,3 363,6 380,3 397,4 414,9
900 411,9
N 889,0 958,7 1031,0 1106,0 1184,0 1264,0 1347,0 1432,0 1520,0 1611,0 1704,0 1800,0 1899,0 2000,0 2104,0 2211,0 2320,0 2432,0 2546,0 2663,0 2783,0 2905,0
l/min 130,4 140,7 151,3 162,3 173,7 185,4 197,6 210,1 223,1 236,4 250,1 264,2 278,6 293,5 308,7 324,4 340,4 356,8 373,6 390,7 408,3 426,3
950 423,2
N 938,4 1012,0 1088,0 1167,0 1249,0 1334,0 1421,0 1512,0 1605,0 1701,0 1799,0 1900,0 2005,0 2111,0 2221,0 2334,0 2449,0 2567,0 2688,0 2811,0 2937,0 3066,0
l/min 133,8 144,3 155,2 166,5 178,2 190,3 202,7 215,6 228,9 242,5 256,6 271,0 285,9 301,1 316,8 332,8 349,2 366,1 383,3 400,9 418,9 437,3
1000 434,2
N 987,8 1065,0 1146,0 1229,0 1315,0 1404,0 1496,0 1591,0 1689,0 1790,0 1894,0 2000,0 2110,0 2223,0 2338,0 2456,0 2578,0 2702,0 2829,0 2959,0 3092,0 3228,0
l/min 140,4 151,4 162,8 174,6 186,9 199,5 212,6 226,1 240,0 254,4 269,1 284,3 299,8 315,8 332,2 349,0 366,3 383,9 402,0 420,5 439,4 458,7
1100 455,4
N 1087,0 1172,0 1260,0 1352,0 1447,0 1545,0 1646,0 1750,0 1858,0 1969,0 2083,0 2200,0 2321,0 2445,0 2572,0 2702,0 2835,0 2972,0 3112,0 3255,0 3401,0 3551,0
l/min 146,6 158,1 170,0 182,4 195,2 208,4 222,1 236,2 250,7 265,7 281,1 296,9 313,2 329,9 347,0 364,6 382,6 401,0 419,9 439,2 458,9 479,1
1200 475,6
N 1185,0 1278,0 1375,0 1475,0 1578,0 1685,0 1796,0 1910,0 2027,0 2148,0 2273,0 2401,0 2532,0 2667,0 2806,0 2948,0 3093,0 3242,0 3395,0 3551,0 3710,0 3873,0
l/min 152,6 164,6 177,0 189,8 203,2 216,9 231,1 245,8 260,9 276,5 292,5 309,0 325,9 343,3 361,2 379,4 398,2 417,4 437,0 457,1 477,6 498,6
1300 495,0
N 1284,0 1385,0 1489,0 1598,0 1710,0 1826,0 1945,0 2069,0 2196,0 2327,0 2462,0 2601,0 2743,0 2889,0 3039,0 3193,0 3351,0 3512,0 3678,0 3847,0 4020,0 4196,0
l/min 158,4 170,8 183,6 197,0 210,8 225,1 239,9 255,1 270,8 287,0 303,6 320,7 338,3 356,3 374,8 393,8 413,2 433,1 453,5 474,3 495,7 517,5
1400 513,7
N 1383,0 1491,0 1604,0 1720,0 1841,0 1966,0 2095,0 2228,0 2365,0 2506,0 2651,0 2801,0 2954,0 3112,0 3273,0 3439,0 3609,0 3783,0 3961,0 4143,0 4329,0 4519,0
l/min 163,9 176,8 190,1 203,9 218,2 233,0 248,3 264,0 280,3 297,0 314,2 331,9 350,1 368,8 387,9 407,6 427,7 448,3 469,4 491,0 513,1 535,6
1500 531,8
N 1482,0 1598,0 1718,0 1843,0 1973,0 2106,0 2244,0 2387,0 2534,0 2685,0 2841,0 3001,0 3165,0 3334,0 3507,0 3685,0 3866,0 4053,0 4243,0 4439,0 4638,0 4842,0
l/min 169,3 182,6 196,3 210,6 225,4 240,7 256,4 272,7 289,5 306,8 324,5 342,8 361,6 380,9 400,7 421,0 441,7 463,0 484,8 507,1 529,9 553,2
1600 549,2
N 1580,0 1704,0 1833,0 1966,0 2104,0 2247,0 2394,0 2546,0 2703,0 2864,0 3030,0 3201,0 3376,0 3556,0 3741,0 3930,0 4124,0 4323,0 4526,0 4734,0 4947,0 5165,0
l/min 174,5 188,2 202,4 217,1 232,3 248,1 264,3 281,1 298,4 316,2 334,5 353,4 372,7 392,6 413,0 433,9 455,3 477,3 499,7 522,7 546,2 570,2
1700 566,1
N 1679,0 1811,0 1948,0 2089,0 2236,0 2387,0 2544,0 2705,0 2872,0 3043,0 3219,0 3401,0 3587,0 3778,0 3975,0 4176,0 4382,0 4593,0 4809,0 5030,0 5256,0 5487,0
l/min 179,6 193,6 208,2 223,4 239,0 255,3 272,0 289,2 307,0 325,4 344,2 363,6 383,5 404,0 425,0 446,5 468,5 491,1 514,2 537,9 562,0 586,7
1800 582,5
N 1778,0 1917,0 2062,0 2212,0 2367,0 2528,0 2693,0 2864,0 3041,0 3222,0 3409,0 3601,0 3798,0 4001,0 4208,0 4421,0 4640,0 4863,0 5092,0 5326,0 5566,0 5810,0
l/min 184,5 198,9 213,9 229,5 245,6 262,2 279,4 297,2 315,5 334,3 353,7 373,6 394,1 415,1 436,6 458,7 481,4 504,6 528,3 552,6 577,4 602,8
1900 598,5
N 1877,0 2024,0 2177,0 2335,0 2499,0 2668,0 2843,0 3023,0 3209,0 3401,0 3598,0 3801,0 4009,0 4223,0 4442,0 4667,0 4897,0 5133,0 5375,0 5622,0 5875,0 6133,0
l/min 189,3 204,1 219,5 235,5 252,0 269,1 286,7 304,9 323,7 343,0 362,9 383,3 404,3 425,8 448,0 470,6 493,9 517,7 542,0 567,0 592,4 618,5
2000 614,0
N 1976,0 2130,0 2291,0 2458,0 2630,0 2809,0 2993,0 3183,0 3378,0 3580,0 3788,0 4001,0 4220,0 4445,0 4676,0 4913,0 5155,0 5404,0 5658,0 5918,0 6184,0 6456,0
l/min 193,9 209,1 224,9 241,3 258,2 275,7 293,8 312,4 331,6 351,4 371,8 392,8 414,3 436,4 459,0 482,3 506,1 530,5 555,4 581,0 607,1 633,7
2100 629,2
N 2074,0 2237,0 2406,0 2581,0 2762,0 2949,0 3142,0 3342,0 3547,0 3759,0 3977,0 4201,0 4431,0 4667,0 4910,0 5158,0 5413,0 5674,0 5941,0 6214,0 6493,0 6779,0
l/min 198,5 214,1 230,2 247,0 264,3 282,2 300,7 319,8 339,5 359,7 380,6 402,0 424,0 446,6 469,8 493,6 518,0 542,9 568,5 594,6 621,3 648,7
2200 644,0
N 2173,0 2344,0 2520,0 2704,0 2893,0 3089,0 3292,0 3501,0 3716,0 3938,0 4166,0 4401,0 4642,0 4890,0 5144,0 5404,0 5671,0 5944,0 6224,0 6510,0 6802,0 7101,0
l/min 203,0 218,9 235,4 252,5 270,2 288,5 307,4 327,0 347,1 367,8 389,1 411,0 433,6 456,7 480,4 504,7 529,6 555,1 581,3 608,0 635,3 663,2
2300 658,5
N 2272,0 2450,0 2635,0 2826,0 3025,0 3230,0 3442,0 3660,0 3885,0 4117,0 4356,0 4601,0 4853,0 5112,0 5377,0 5650,0 5929,0 6214,0 6507,0 6806,0 7112,0 7424,0
l/min 207,3 223,6 240,5 257,9 276,0 294,7 314,1 334,0 354,5 375,7 397,5 419,9 442,9 466,5 490,7 515,6 541,0 567,1 593,8 621,1 649,0 677,5
2400 672,6
N 2371,0 2557,0 2749,0 2949,0 3156,0 3370,0 3591,0 3819,0 4054,0 4296,0 4545,0 4801,0 5064,0 5334,0 5611,0 5895,0 6186,0 6484,0 6790,0 7102,0 7421,0 7747,0
l/min 211,6 228,2 245,4 263,3 281,7 300,8 320,5 340,9 361,9 383,5 405,7 428,5 452,0 476,1 500,8 526,2 552,2 578,8 606,0 633,9 662,4 691,5
2500 686,5
N 2469,0 2663,0 2864,0 3072,0 3288,0 3511,0 3741,0 3978,0 4223,0 4475,0 4734,0 5001,0 5275,0 5556,0 5845,0 6141,0 6444,0 6755,0 7072,0 7398,0 7730,0 8070,0

A L M S

Typ

Material Steel Steel Steel Steel


Nozzle ø [mm] 0,4 - 4,9 1,0 – 3,9 1,4 – 2,0 1,0 - 1,2
Design ø 8/12 x 24 12.5/16.8 x 27 8/12 x 24 M4 x 5.2

When working with hand held high pressure blasting


guns and lances the maximun allowable axial reaction
Hammelmann Postfach 3309 • D-59282 Oelde Phone +49-2522-76-0 force is 250 N. If the reaction force is in excess of 150 N
Maschinenfabrik GmbH Zum Sundern 13-21 • Germany Fax +49-2522-76-444 the blasting tool must be fitted with a bodily support
eMail: mail@hammelmann.de • Internet: www.hammelmann.de device such as a shoulder stock. (Regulations for fluid
jetters).
1/05 © Copyright Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH, Oelde, Germany. Technische Änderungen vorbehalten.
Valid for nozzle insert designs: A, L, M, S
Output quantity in ( l/min ) and Reaction force in ( N )
Nozzle output factor: 0,95

Nozzle - Ø [mm]
m/s 4,8 4,9
l/min 32,3 33,6
5 30,7
N 16,8 17,5
l/min 102,0 106,3
50 97,1
N 168,3 175,4
l/min 144,2 150,3
100 137,3
N 336,7 350,8
l/min 176,7 184,1
150 168,2
N 505,0 526,3
l/min 204,0 212,6
200 194,2
N 673,3 701,7
l/min 228,1 237,7
250 217,1
N 841,7 877,1
l/min 249,8 260,4
300 237,8
N 1010,0 1053,0
l/min 269,9 281,2
350 256,9
N 1178,0 1228,0
l/min 288,5 300,6
400 274,6
N 1347,0 1403,0
l/min 306,0 318,9
450 291,3
N 1515,0 1579,0
l/min 322,5 336,1
500 307,0
N 1683,0 1754,0
l/min 338,3 352,5
550 322,0
N 1852,0 1930,0
l/min 353,3 368,2
600 336,3
N 2020,0 2105,0
l/min 367,7 383,2
650 350,0
N 2188,0 2280,0
l/min 381,6 397,7
700 363,3
N 2357,0 2456,0
l/min 395,0 411,7
750 376,0
N 2525,0 2631,0
Op. Pressure [bar]

l/min 408,0 425,2


800 388,3
N 2693,0 2807,0
l/min 420,5 438,2
850 400,3
N 2862,0 2982,0
l/min 432,7 450,9
900 411,9
N 3030,0 3158,0
l/min 444,6 463,3
950 423,2
N 3198,0 3333,0
l/min 456,1 475,3
1000 434,2
N 3367,0 3508,0
l/min 478,4 498,5
1100 455,4
N 3703,0 3859,0
l/min 499,7 520,7
1200 475,6
N 4040,0 4210,0
l/min 520,1 542,0
1300 495,0
N 4377,0 4561,0
l/min 539,7 562,4
1400 513,7
N 4713,0 4912,0
l/min 558,6 582,2
1500 531,8
N 5050,0 5263,0
l/min 577,0 601,3
1600 549,2
N 5387,0 5614,0
l/min 594,7 619,8
1700 566,1
N 5723,0 5964,0
l/min 612,0 637,7
1800 582,5
N 6060,0 6315,0
l/min 628,7 655,2
1900 598,5
N 6397,0 6666,0
l/min 645,1 672,2
2000 614,0
N 6733,0 7017,0
l/min 661,0 688,8
2100 629,2
N 7070,0 7368,0
l/min 676,6 705,0
2200 644,0
N 7407,0 7719,0
l/min 691,8 720,9
2300 658,5
N 7743,0 8069,0
l/min 706,6 736,4
2400 672,6
N 8080,0 8420,0
l/min 721,2 751,6
2500 686,5
N 8417,0 8771,0

A L M S

Typ

Material Steel Steel Steel Steel


Nozzle ø [mm] 0,4 - 4,9 1,0 – 3,9 1,4 – 2,0 1,0 - 1,2
Design ø 8/12 x 24 12.5/16.8 x 27 8/12 x 24 M4 x 5.2

When working with hand held high pressure blasting guns


and lances the maximun allowable axial reaction force is
Hammelmann Postfach 3309 • D-59282 Oelde Phone +49-2522-76-0 250 N. If the reaction force is in excess of 150 N the blasting
tool must be fitted with a bodily support device such as a
Maschinenfabrik GmbH Zum Sundern 13-21 • Germany Fax +49-2522-76-444
shoulder stock. (Regulations for fluid jetters).
eMail: mail@hammelmann.de • Internet: www.hammelmann.de

1/05 © Copyright Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH, Oelde, Germany. Technische Änderungen vorbehalten.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

A A

B A (6kt. SW 50 ) B B
(M33 x 2)
640
1 A-A 10
1
20
1 80 B-B
1
540 90 40
1 1 1
100 50
1 1
530
1 130 60
1 1 30
C 2 C
110 70
120 1 1
3 140 480
1 1
440 470
C 1 570
1 C 2 ß
680 460 490
1 1 1
180 380
D 670 1 2 D
1 Reibflächen gefettet,
170

274
Rutschmoment max. 8 Nm
1 eingestellt 650 370
Achtung! 520 1 1
Einbaurichtung von Pos. 450 beachten! 1 200 laufgenau mit Schnecken-
(Die scharfe Kante der Buchse 1 welle eingestellt 150
liegt vor der Dichtung) 450 1
1
190 Anziehdrehmoment
510 1 Ma= 4 Nm 360
1 1
210 220 230
E 410 1 6 2
E
580
1
3
400 160
2 1 560
1
390 250
1 2 500 660
Kegelradsatz 1 1
Spiel eingestellt 380 240
2 1

F 290 F
1

A 310 320 330 340 350 550 300 260 280 270 B
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
005

126
117 Anziehdrehmoment

C-C X Ma= 3 Nm 590


2
630
2
G G
620
2

610
Betriebsdruck max. 1200 Bar / Qmax. 150 ltr. / min.
1:2
2
92

* Artikel-Nr. Format DIN


X
09.00817.0001
alle Ecken und Kanten gratfrei
X
X
ß Mit Betriebsdruck signiert
ß Mit Auftrags-Nr. signiert
Szustkowski A1
X Zul.Abweichung
ß Mit Teile-Nr. signiert Maßstab
1:1 Gewicht in kg
werden, und sie darf durch den Empfänger oder Dritte auch

f.Maße ohne
ß Härte geprüft 6.8103
Ohne unsere vorherige Zustimmung darf diese Zeichnung

Toleranzangabe

X
nicht in anderer Weise mißbräuchlich benutzt werden.
weder vervielfältigt noch Dritten zugänglich gemacht

ISO 2768 - mH
Verwendungszweck Halbzeug Werkstoff *
H Oberfläche nach
DIN ISO 1302 H
Anziehdrehmoment
Ma= 12 Nm 430 420
2:1 Bearb
Gepr.
Datum
26.03.2003 Rickmann
14.06.2011 Neumann
Name Benennung

4 1 005
004
Pos. 280 in Cu Ausführung
Pos.580: 1 in 3 Stk geä.
07.06.2011
10.12.2007
Rick Norm
Pöts
15.06.2011 Krabus TANKREINIGUNGSGERÄT
003 Pos. 670 u. 680 nachge. 01.03.2005 Rick Zeichnungs-Nr. Revision Blatt

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
002
001
Zust
Pos. 600 entf./Text ngt
Pos. 650 u. 660 ngt.
Änderung
29.11.2004
01.08.2003
Datum
Rick
Rick
Name
D-59302 OELDE
CAD-Zeichnung
09.00817.0001-1
Ers.durch Ers.für
005 1 von
1 Bl.
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220
230
590

210

6
2

1
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630
2

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610
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180
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470
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490

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510
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550
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Betriebsdruck max. 1200 Bar / Qmax. 150 ltr. / min.


680
1

Artikel-Nr. Format DIN


520

09.00817.0001
1

Szustkowski A2
Zul.Abweichung Maßstab
1:2 Gewicht in kg
670
werden, und sie darf durch den Empfänger oder Dritte auch

f.Maße ohne
6.7530
1
Ohne unsere vorherige Zustimmung darf diese Zeichnung

Toleranzangabe
nicht in anderer Weise mißbräuchlich benutzt werden.
weder vervielfältigt noch Dritten zugänglich gemacht

ISO 2768 - mH
Verwendungszweck
Oberfläche nach
Halbzeug Werkstoff *
F DIN ISO 1302 F
Datum Name Benennung
Bearb 11.11.2004 Rickmann
Gepr. 17.12.2007 Rickmann
Norm 18.12.2007 Pforth TANKREINIGUNGSGERÄT
003 Zeichnung in SolidEdge 10.12.2007 Pöts Zeichnungs-Nr. Revision Blatt

1 2 3 4 5
002 00.01599.0177 in .0316
001 117 in 125,DH Befestg.
Zust Änderung
20.04.2005 Rick
02.03.2005 Rick
Datum Name
D-59302 OELDE
CAD-Zeichnung
09.00817.0001-4
Ers.durch Ers.für
003 1 von
1 Bl.
PARTS LIST (41)

Parts-list no.: 09.00817.0001 Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH


Drawing no. : 09.00817.0001-2 POB 3309, D-59282 Oelde, Germany
mail to: mail@hammelmann.de
Description : TANK CLEANING HEAD http://www.hammelmann.de
1200 BAR/150 LTR. Date : 28.06.2011
Page : 1

DwgPos Item Code-No. Description Quantity No/Unit Unit


10 10 01.06145.0045 HOLLOW SHAFT 1 1,00 pc
20 20 01.03501.0011 BORE CIRCLIP 1 1,00 pc
30 30 04.00719.0025 SEAL 2 1,00 pc
40 40 01.00525.0449 BUSHING 1 1,00 pc
50 50 04.00730.0293 O-RING 1 1,00 pc
60 60 01.01605.0005 BEARING SUPPORT 1 1,00 pc
70 70 02.01048.0010 DEEP GROOVE BALL THRUST BEARIN 1 1,00 pc
80 80 01.03354.0171 GEAR WHEEL 1 1,00 pc
90 90 01.03478.0254 RETAINING RING 1 1,00 pc
100 100 00.01240.0341 HOUSING 1 1,00 pc
110 110 01.00710.0054 FLAT SEAL 1 1,00 pc
120 120 01.00720.0003 SEAL RING 3 1,00 pc
130 130 01.00525.0448 BUSHING 1 1,00 pc
140 140 01.04380.0937 DISC 1 1,00 pc
150 150 01.03327.0003 WORM WHEEL 1 1,00 pc
160 160 00.06180.0006 PINION SHAFT 1 1,00 pc
170 170 04.00732.0520 GLYD RING 1 1,00 pc
180 180 02.01718.0005 DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARING 1 1,00 pc
190 190 02.01718.0004 DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARING 1 1,00 pc
200 200 00.04695.0005 WORM SHAFT 1 1,00 pc
210 210 01.00665.0404 COVER 1 1,00 pc
220 220 02.00825.0735 HEXAGON SOCKET HEAD SCREW 6 1,00 pc
230 230 02.00957.0308 STRAIGHT PIN 2 1,00 pc
240 240 02.01766.0049 BORE CIRCLIP 1 1,00 pc
250 250 02.01718.0520 DEEP GROOVE BALL BEARING 2 1,00 pc
260 260 01.06180.0137 PINION SHAFT 1 1,00 pc
270 270 00.02710.0023 MAGNET 1 1,00 pc
280 280 01.01240.0588 HOUSING 1 1,00 pc
290 290 01.00408.0205 THREADED BOLT 1 1,00 pc
300 300 01.00665.0402 COVER 1 1,00 pc
310 310 04.00730.0351 O-RING 1 1,00 pc
320 320 01.03501.0010 BORE CIRCLIP 1 1,00 pc
330 330 04.00730.0027 O-RING 1 1,00 pc
340 340 01.03304.0005 HAND WHEEL 1 1,00 pc
350 350 02.01786.1031 DOWEL PIN 1 1,00 pc
360 360 02.01765.0025 SHAFT CIRCLIP 1 1,00 pc
370 370 02.01651.0084 FEATHER KEY 1 1,00 pc
380 380 02.00443.0135 ADJUSTING WASHER 4 1,00 pc
390 390 04.04380.0031 DISC 1 1,00 pc
400 400 04.00525.0018 BUSHING 2 1,00 pc
410 410 04.00525.0019 BUSHING 1 1,00 pc
420 420 01.00665.0403 COVER 1 1,00 pc
430 430 02.00835.0201 HEXAGON SOCKET HEAD SCREW 4 1,00 pc
440 440 00.06145.0022 HOLLOW SHAFT 1 1,00 pc
450 450 01.00525.0485 BUSHING 1 1,00 pc
PARTS LIST (41)

Parts-list no.: 09.00817.0001 Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH


Drawing no. : 09.00817.0001-2 POB 3309, D-59282 Oelde, Germany
mail to: mail@hammelmann.de
Description : TANK CLEANING HEAD http://www.hammelmann.de
1200 BAR/150 LTR. Date : 28.06.2011
Page : 2

DwgPos Item Code-No. Description Quantity No/Unit Unit


460 460 01.00525.0486 BUSHING 1 1,00 pc
470 470 04.00530.0021 HEADED LINER 2 1,00 pc
480 480 01.04380.0938 DISC 1 1,00 pc
490 490 01.06180.0130 PINION SHAFT 1 1,00 pc
500 500 02.00309.0404 HEXAGON NUT 1 1,00 pc
510 510 02.01790.0007 BALL 1 1,00 pc
520 520 04.00719.0019 SEAL 1 1,00 pc
530 530 02.00386.0057 SNAP RING 1 1,00 pc
540 540 01.03469.0177 SPACER RING 1 1,00 pc
550 550 04.05307.0004 THRUST PIECE 1 1,00 pc
560 560 02.00013.0007 SAFETY PLATE TONGUED INSIDE 1 1,00 pc
570 570 04.00730.0096 O-RING 1 1,00 pc
580 580 02.00443.0138 ADJUSTING WASHER 3 1,00 pc
590 590 02.00830.0201 HEXAGON SOCKET HEAD SCREW 2 1,00 pc
610 610 04.00720.0007 SEAL RING 2 1,00 pc
620 620 04.00730.0075 O-RING 2 1,00 pc
630 630 01.04123.0216 VALVE SEAT 2 1,00 pc
640 640 02.00386.0005 SNAP RING 1 1,00 pc
650 650 00.02274.0001 SLIPPING CLUTCH 1 1,00 pc
660 660 02.01651.0086 FEATHER KEY 1 1,00 pc
670 670 01.04750.0061 HEXAGON HEAD SCREW 1 1,00 pc
680 680 02.00440.0008 WASHER 1 1,00 pc

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1 2 3 4

50
A 2
89

10
1
35

B
95

Ma = 60 Nm

40
2
C

2x Düsentyp A oder B
30 20 ( 04.05318.XXXX )
2 2 gehören nicht zur
Baugruppe

D
32,3

Pos. 50 eingepresst,
Pmax. = 1200 bar , Hebelarm = 35 mm
* Artikel-Nr. Format DIN

00.01599.0316
alle Ecken und Kanten gratfrei
ß Mit Betriebsdruck signiert
ß Mit Auftrags-Nr. signiert
Szustkowski A4
Zul.Abweichung
ß Mit Teile-Nr. signiert
ß Härte geprüft
f.Maße ohne
Toleranzangabe
ISO 2768 - mH
Maßstab
1:1 Gewicht in kg
0.8945
Verwendungszweck Halbzeug Werkstoff *
werden, und sie darf durch den Empfänger oder Dritte auch

Oberfläche nach
Ohne unsere vorherige Zustimmung darf diese Zeichnung

nicht in anderer Weise mißbräuchlich benutzt werden.


weder vervielfältigt noch Dritten zugänglich gemacht

DIN ISO 1302


Datum Name Benennung
Bearb 09.03.2005 Rickmann
Gepr. 27.10.2009 Rickmann
Norm 28.10.2009 Pforth DUESENHALTER
Zeichnungs-Nr. Revision Blatt

001 Zeichnung auf Solid Edge


Zust Änderung
07.10.2009 Pae
Datum Name
D-59302 OELDE
CAD-Zeichnung
00.01599.0316-1
Ers.durch Ers.für
001
00.01599.0177-1
1 von
1 Bl.
PARTS LIST (41)

Parts-list no.: 00.01599.0316 Hammelmann Maschinenfabrik GmbH


Drawing no. : 00.01599.0316-1 POB 3309, D-59282 Oelde, Germany
mail to: mail@hammelmann.de
Description : NOZZLE HOLDER http://www.hammelmann.de
R=35MM/ PMAX. = 1200 BAR Date : 07.07.2011
Page : 1

DwgPos Item Code-No. Description Quantity No/Unit Unit


10 10 01.01599.0213 NOZZLE HOLDER 1 1,00 pc
20 20 04.00730.0095 O-RING 2 1,00 pc
30 30 00.01750.0426 SLEEVE 2 1,00 pc
40 40 01.04732.0191 BANJO SCREW 2 1,00 pc
50 50 01.00403.0176 BOLT 2 1,00 pc

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