Battery-operated car polisher
Sound pressure level: 60 dB (A)
Rechargeable battery pack:
Noise and vibration data:
Measured values for noise are determined in accord-
ance with En 60745. The A-weighted noise level
of the electrical power tool are typically:
Sound pressure level:
Sound power level:
Wear ear protection!
Evaluated acceleration, typical:
Hand / arm vibration a
Uncertainty K = 1,5 m / s
The vibration level given in these
instructions has been measured in accordance with
a standardised measurement procedure specified
in En 60745 and can be used to compare devices.
Different uses of the device give rise to different vibra-
tion levels and in many cases they may exceed the
values given in these instructions. It is easy to under-
Introduction / General safety advice for electrical power tools
= 3000 min
ø 20 cm
230 V ~ 50 Hz
approx. 60 min
= 2,6 m / s
estimate the vibration load if the electrical power
tool is used regularly in particular circumstances.
Note: If you wish to make an accurate assessment
of the vibration loads experienced during a particular
period of working, you should also take into account
the intervening periods of time when the device is
switched off or is running but is not actually in use.
This can result in a much lower vibration load over
the whole of the period of working.
General safety advice for
electrical power tools
Read all the safety advice
and instructions! Failure to observe the safety
advice and instructions may result in electric shock,
fire and / or serious injury.
KEEP ALL THE SAFETY ADVICE AND INSTRUC-
TIONS IN A SAFE PLACE FOR FUTURE REFER-
ENCE! THE TERM "ELECTRICAL TOOL" USED
IN THE SAFETY ADVICE REFERS TO ELECTRICAL
TOOLS POWERED BY MAINS ELECTRICITY (BY
MEANS OF A MAINS LEAD) AND ELECTRICAL
TOOLS POWERED BY RECHARGEABLE BATTER-
IES (WITHOUT A MAINS LEAD).
1. Workplace safety
a) Keep your working area clean and
well lit. Untidy or poorly lit working areas
can lead to accidents.
Do not work with the device
in potentially explosive envi-
ronments in which there are
inflammable liquids, gases or dusts.
Electrical power tools create sparks, which can
ignite dusts or fumes.
Keep children and other peo-
ple away while you are op-
erating the electrical tool.
Distractions can cause you to lose control of