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USE AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

UMP - MASTER

serie MASTER 20/40/50/55

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USING AND KEEPING THE USE AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

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COMPOSITION OF THE MANUAL .......................................................................................

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GUARANTEE .......................................................................................................................

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PRODUCT RESPONSIBILITY ..............................................................................................

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WARNING SIGNS IN THE MANUAL AND ON THE MACHINE .............................................

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SAFETY REGULATIONS AND RESIDUAL RISKS ..............................................

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INTENDED USE ...................................................................................................................

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PROHIBITED USE ...............................................................................................................

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USING CHEMICAL PRODUCTS ..........................................................................................

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REGULATIONS FOR THE USE OF CHEMICAL PRODUCTS ...............................................

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RECOMMENDATIONS .........................................................................................................

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TAKING PRECAUTIONS AGAINST FIRE HAZARDS ...........................................................

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MACHINES DESIGNED TO BE USED ONLY WITH CLEAN WATER ....................................

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WEATHER CONDITIONS .....................................................................................................

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ROAD CIRCULATION ...........................................................................................................

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CHARACTERISTICS AND SPECIFICATIONS .....................................................

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MACHINE IDENTIFICATION ................................................................................................

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TABLES OF FITTINGS ALLOWED .......................................................................................

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NOISE LEVEL OF THE MACHINE .......................................................................................

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3.3

STANDARDS OF REFERENCE: ...........................................................................................

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USER’S INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................................

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4.1

TRANSPORTING AND MOVING THE MACHINE .................................................................

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4.2

DESCRIPTION OF THE MACHINE .....................................................................................

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4.2.1

HAND WASHING TANKS ......................................................................................................

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PRELIMINARY CHECKS ......................................................................................................

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4.4

APPLICATIONS ....................................................................................................................

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MOTORS ..............................................................................................................................

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4.5.1

ELECTRIC MOTORS ............................................................................................................

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4.5.2

INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES (TWO STROKE-PETROL-DIESEL) ...........................

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PUMP ..................................................................................................................................

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4.7

SUCTION FILTER ...............................................................................................................

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PRESSURE REGULATOR ...................................................................................................

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4.8.1

COMPONENTS OF THE PRESSURE REGULATOR ...........................................................

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4.8.2

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS ................................................................................................

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DELIVERY FILTERS (ONLY EQUIPPED MODELS) ............................................................

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4.10

FILLING THE TANK .............................................................................................................

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4.10.1

FILLING WITH THE ANTIPOLLUTION EJECTOR (FIG. 6) ................................................

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4.11

TEST TREATMENT WITH CLEAN WATER ..........................................................................

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4.12

MIXING ...............................................................................................................................

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4.12.1

MANUAL PREMIXING .........................................................................................................

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4.12.2

PREMIXER ON COVER (OPTIONAL): ................................................................................

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4.13

WASHING THE SPRAYER ..................................................................................................

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HAND LANCES ....................................................................................................

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HOSE REEL ..........................................................................................................

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MAINTENANCE ....................................................................................................

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8.1

PROGRAMMED MAINTENANCE ........................................................................................

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8.2

EMPTYING TANK ................................................................................................................

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ROUTINE MAINTENANCE ..................................................................................................

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8.4

EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE ...................................................................................

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8.5

REPAIRS .............................................................................................................................

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8.6

STORAGE IN A WAREHOUSE AND TRANSPORTATION ...................................................

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8.7

PUTTING BACK INTO SERVICE AFTER WINTER LAYUP .................................................

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8.8

DEMOLITION AND DISPOSAL ...........................................................................................

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FIG. 9

CIRCUIT DIAGRAM ..............................................................................................

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TABLE 4-5 TABLES OF DELIVERY OF NOZZLES FOR HAND LANCES ......................

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TABLE 8 PROBLEMS, CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS ..........................................................

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TABLE 7 TABLE OF PROGRAMMED MAINTENANCE ....................................................

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TAB.10

ALLOWED FITTINGS ...........................................................................................

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Composite handbook, consult the specific files on the various components

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Thank you for having chosen UNIGREEN.

The product you purchased has been designed and built with the greatest attention to the safety of the operator and the environment, nevertheless there are still some residual risks due to the nature of the product used.

For this reason we recommend reading all of this manual to avoid making mistakes in the first period of use and to get the most out of the working life of the sprayer in time, doing the programmed maintenance at regular intervals.

1 USING AND KEEPINGTHE USE AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL

The manual is an integral part of the machine and should be kept in a safe place where it can be reached easily for consultation.

1.1COMPOSITION OFTHE MANUAL

This manual consists of various parts to make it easier to consult by subject and to avoid repetitions; the following are part of the manual:

a)pump handbook

b)pressure regulator handbook (manual or electric)

c)spraying computer handbook (if fitted)

d)optional accessories handbooks (marker, premix, cardan shaft, etc.) UNIGREEN reserves the right to make changes to the manual without prior warning and the normal printing cycles may vary slightly.

1.2GUARANTEE

The enclosed card indicates the conditions of the UNIGREEN guarantee. The UNIGREEN guarantee covers the repair or replacement of parts considered manufacturing flaws, according to the unquestionable judgement of UNIGREEN, only after the authorised agent for that zone has verified the fault.

Ambit of the guarantee

The guarantee doesn’t cover cases of normal wear, negligent use, poor maintenance and/or improper use.

The following materials subject to normal wear are not covered by the guarantee: gaskets and seals, diaphragms, seal rings, tubes and pipes, nozzles, pressure gauges, oil, tyres, friction material of the clutches.

Evident cases of negligence include: work speed over that indicated in the spraying tables in the handbook (or too high for the conditions of the terrain), use of herbicide booms without an auto-levelling system or with the autolevelling system blocked, power-takeoff speed over 540 rpm.

Mounted sprayers: activation of the three-point elevator with cardan shaft engaged and power-takeoff operational.

And anything else indicated in the present Use and Maintenance Manual. Maintenance:

The guarantee is void if the maintenance indicated in the tables in this manual isn’t respected, regarding the period and deadline of the interventions, washing the machine and the circuit at the end of the treatment.

Improper use:

The use the UNIGREEN machines are designed for is indicated in this manual, any other use is forbidden and makes the guarantee void.

1.3 PRODUCT RESPONSIBILITY

UNIGREEN spa is not responsible if:

a)During the working life of the machine the normal maintenance operations aren’t performed and documented as indicated in this handbook, in the enclosed handbooks of the pumps-motors-regulators-etc. and in any case as is customary for the normal maintenance of mechanical machinery.

b)The machine is equipped with non original accessories or components or parts that aren’t acknowledged by UNIGREEN as their own.

c)The machine is equipped with original accessories or components that are unsuitable in the measurements, weight or version for the same. Please consult the page of available and recommended fittings.

d)Not following the instructions in the manual whether totally or partially.

e)Modifications made to the machine that haven’t been authorised by UNIGREEN.

1.4WARNING SIGNS INTHE MANUAL AND ON THE MACHINE

Below you will find all of the pictograms on the machine, in order to illustrate the warnings, the prohibitions and the correct method of use.

The operations that require particular attention are shown in the images beside the text.

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6Key to the symbols

1- Read the Use and Maintenance manual

2- Stop the machine and read the manual before every intervention

3- Don’t lubricate while running

4- Don’t drink

5- Don’t dispose of residue liquids in the environment 6- No smoking

7- Danger, risk or injury, don’t get near the machine

until the moving machine members have stopped

128- Danger of crushing, don’t get your hands near the moving mechanical machine members

9- Danger, risk or injury caused by fluids under pressure

10Don’t climb on the machine during work or transfers

11Don’t climb on the tank

12Don’t enter in the tank

1813Wearing earmuffs is obligatory

14Wearing a face mask is obligatory

15Wearing safety footwear is obligatory

16Wearing protective gloves is obligatory

17Wearing protective overalls is obligatory

18Use a working pressure under that indicated in red on the manometer.

19Don’t get your hands near the moving cardan shaft

20Make sure power-takeoff of the tractor turns in the right direction and runs at the right speed.

21Danger of surfaces at high temperatures (internal combustion engine)

2 SAFETY REGULATIONS AND RESIDUAL RISKS

In relation to safety, the following terms will be used:

Dangerous zones: any zone inside and/or near the machine where the presence of a person exposed constitutes a risk for the safety and health of the same person.

Person exposed: any person who has their body or any part of their body in a dangerous zone.

Before starting the machine, the operator must check for any visible faults in the safety devices and the machine itself.

Never start the machine until you have told anyone in the range of action of the machine to move away and they have done so.

The protective devices must not be removed or disabled when the machine is running.

It is obligatory to keep all the plates with danger and safety signs in perfect conditions. If they get damaged or deteriorate, replace them in good time. Replace parts believed to be faulty with others indicated by UNIGREEN. NEVER try makeshift or hazardous solutions.

Don’t wear clothes, jewellery, accessories, or anything else that can get caught in the moving machine members.

Pay the greatest attention to all the warning and danger signs on the machine. Don’t use the machine for any other purpose other than that indicated in the manual.

The machine has been designed and built with the appropriate devices to guarantee the safety of the user.

In any case there are some residual risks associated with the improper use of the machine by the operator; for this purpose danger signs and symbols and prohibitions are applied near some parts of the machine (see previous pictograms).

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INDICATIVE POSITION OF THE WARNING SIGNS ON THE SPRAYERS

NB: the position may vary on the basis of the characteristics of the model.

2.1 INTENDED USE

 

The sprayer in this series is built for agricultural use. The materials used are

 

resistant to normal chemical products used in agricultural spraying (or

 

herbicides) at the time of construction.

 

Any other use is not allowed and the manufacturer is not responsible for any

 

damage caused by aggressive, dense or sticky chemicals.

 

THE USE OF THE MACHINE BY PERSONS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE IS

 

STRICTLY FORBIDDEN

 

The use of liquid fertilizers in suspension is not allowed, while the use of the

 

same in a solution is possible if requested when the machine is ordered from

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