|Warranty:||One Year||Product Name:||Low Pressure Pipe Electrofusion Machine|
|Eletrical Couplers Brands:||Akatherm-Euro, Geberit,Valsir,Coes,Waviduo||Weight Machine:||7.2kg|
Jointing by electrically induced melting is based on the Joule effect. A given quantity of current is made to pass, during a specific period, through a resistor housed in a sleeve, at the ends of wich a potential difference is applied. The heat thus produced is used for welding.Three parameters must therefore be defined for each welding job:- welding time- current intensity- voltage at sleeve ends
The Universal S 315 is a welder that uses electrically-induced melting for jointing polyethylene (PE) drain pipes and/or fittings by means of electro-weldable polyethylene (PE) couplings. It can handle four different types of welding, depending on the type of coupling involved. The coupling is recognized by the machine by means of the cable, which is selected by the operator from among the four different-color options available.
|PE PP-R (ON REQUEST)|
|Working range||20-315 mm|
|Power supply||230 V single phase 50/60 Hz|
|110 V single phase 50/60 Hz|
|Total abdorbed power||2470 W (230 V)|
|2700 W (110 V)|
|Outside temperature range||-10° ÷ 45° C|
|Temperature compensation||Automatic Electronic|
|Protection degree||IP 54|
|Dimensions machine||255 x 180 x 110 mm (230 V)|
|330 x 270 x 220 mm (110 V )|
|Dimensions carrying case||220 x 450 x 180 mm (230 V)|
|410 x 290 x 485 mm (110 V)|
|Weight machine||3,4 Kg (230 V)|
|19 Kg (110 V)|
|Weight machine and carrying case||7,2 Kg (230 V)|
You are strongly urged to comply strictly with legal requirements concerning job safety and accident prevention in the work place.
The structural features and usage of the welding equipment make it essential to pay particular attention to the following recommendations:
4.1. Ambient conditions: do not use the equipment in damp or wet environments.
4.2. Work place: make sure that the work place is inaccessible to unauthorized persons.
4.3. Operator’s presence during welding: never leave the equipment unattended during welding operations.
4.4. Cramped spaces: if it proves necessary to work in cramped spaces, it is compulsory to have a person on hand outside to help the operator in case of need.
4.5. Burning hazard: the electric melting process involves the reaching of high temperatures in the welding area. Do not touch the coupling or joint during the welding and cooling phases.
4.6. Electrical hazard: protect the equipment from rain and/or damp; use only pipes and couplings that are perfectly dry.
4.7 Use chemically inert pipes: never perform weldings on pipes that contain (or previously contained) substances which, combined with heat, can produce gases that are explosive or dangerous to human health.
4.8. Personal protection: wear insulating footwear and gloves.
4.9. Be careful with the cables: never disconnect the plug from the power socket by tugging on the power cable.
4.10. Be careful with the cables: never detach the pins from the coupling by tugging on their power cables.
4.11. Be careful with the cables: never move the equipment by dragging it along by its power cables.
4.12. Finally...: on completion of the welding operation, always remember to disconnect the plug from the mains power socket.
This welding equipment must not be used in areas where there is any risk of fire or explosion. It is compulsory in such conditions to use specifically designed and constructed equipment.