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How to solve malfunction of an Enbar LVM 


How to solve malfunction of an Enbar LVMYour Enbar LVM may have a malfunction or other problems may occur. In that case, it is important that you act as soon as possible to resolve the fault or problem, so that employees can then work safely with the Enbar LVM again. In this article our specialist will list the most common malfunctions and problems and the corresponding solutions for you.

Compressor does not start

  • Possible cause: No voltage. 
  • Solution: Check if the plug is in the wall socket and if there’s voltage on the plug by letting the unit fog for a short time. 
  • Possible cause: Compressor is already at pressure. 
  • Solution: Check the pressure gauge reading on the tank. The switch-off pressure is approximately 8.5 bar. 
  • Possible cause: Pressure switch is not switched on. 
  • Solution: First turn the pressure switch knob to 'O' and then to 'I'. 
  • Possible cause: Motor protection has been deactivated due to overload, phase imbalance or short circuit. 
  • Solution: Check the position of the motor protection switch and warn the supplier. 
  • Possible cause: Faulty fuse in the power supply. 
  • Solution: Check the fuse of the group to which the Enbar is connected.

Compressor is running slowly

  • Possible cause: Relief valve does not work properly. 
  • Solution: Warn the supplier.

Fan(s) not running

  • Possible cause: Fuse defective in the central cabinet. 
  • Solution: Unplug the power cord from the wall socket. Replace the fuses. When they burn out again: warn the supplier. 
  • Possible cause: Fuse defective in the cabinet on the unit. 
  • Solution: Unplug the power cord from the wall socket. Replace the fuses as shown in the instruction manual. When they burn out again: warn the supplier.

Unit does not fog, but does blow air

  • Possible cause: No liquid, suction nozzle blocked or broken. 
  • Solution: Remove the hose from the nozzle and rinse or replace it. 
  • Possible cause: The fluid limiter is clogged. 
  • Solution: Loosen and this part and the hoses and replace it. 
  • Possible cause: The nozzle is clogged. 
  • Solution: Carefully disassemble the nozzle and clean the parts. Do not polish or file! 
  • Possible cause: Nozzle gasket leaking. 
  • Solution: Dismantle the nozzle and replace the gasket. 
  • Possible cause: Suction filter is clogged. 
  • Solution: Dismantle the filter and rinse it clean. 
  • Possible cause: Suction filter seal leaking. 
  • Solution: Dismantle the filter and replace the seal. 

Unit does not fog or blow air

  • Possible cause: Solenoid valve is defective. 
  • Solution: Warn the supplier. 
  • Possible cause: Fuse defective in the control cabinet. 
  • Solution: First remove the plug from the wall socket and check if a fuse is defective. If this is the case, warn the supplier. 
  • Possible cause: The air valve on the tank is closed. 
  • Solution: Check the position of the air valve. 
  • Possible cause: The adjusting knob of the pressure control valve is closed. 
  • Solution: Turn this knob during fog until the pressure gauge of the control valve is 6 bars. 

Other malfunctions or problems

If the Enbar LVM shows any other faults or problems, please consult your dealer. Note: Always ensure that the Enbar LVM fluid reservoirs have been emptied and rinsed clean before handing over the unit for repair!

Maintenance

Prevention is better than cure. By having your machine serviced regularly, you can prevent malfunctions.



Questions about failure of an Enbar LVM
Do you have any questions about malfunction or problems with an Enbar LVM, or would you like to get advice? Then contact product specialist Michael Visser, or ask your question using the form below.

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