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Suction nozzle 3203

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Suction nozzle

Suction nozzle

Suction nozzle with 4 M 5x15 mm screws for BLO edger

The suction nozzle on a BLO edger is an integral part of the machine's suction system. Its main role is to channel the air sucked in, along with the dust and debris generated during the parquet sanding process, to the dust collection system. Its main functions are as follows:

1. Air channelling: The suction nozzle directs the air sucked in from the edger's work area to the suction system. This helps to create the constant air flow needed to collect the dust.

2. Debris collection: This collects the fine dust particles and debris produced during floor sanding, helping to maintain a cleaner working environment.

When to change the suction nozzle depends on a number of factors:

1. Normal wear and tear: As with any part subject to the suction of particles and debris, the nozzle can suffer normal wear and tear over time. Signs of wear, such as cracks, perforations or deformation, may indicate the need for replacement.

2. Mechanical damage: Shocks, impacts or other mechanical damage can damage the tubing, compromising its efficiency. If damage is detected, it is recommended that it be replaced to maintain optimum suction.

3. Air leaks: Air leaks along the tubing can reduce the efficiency of the suction system. If the tubing has cracks or defective joints, it may need to be replaced to prevent loss of suction.

4. Preventive maintenance: Some manufacturers may recommend periodic replacement of parts, including the suction nozzle, as part of a preventive maintenance plan to prevent potential problems.

It is essential to consult Repex Floor, the manufacturer of the BLO plasterboard machine, for specific recommendations on the maintenance and replacement of the suction nozzle. If any problems are observed, such as air leaks, obvious signs of wear, or a reduction in suction efficiency, it is advisable to have the machine inspected by a qualified technician. This professional will be able to assess the condition of the tubing and recommend replacement if necessary to ensure the machine continues to operate correctly.

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