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Manufacturer's Declaration EC Declaration of Conformity

Manufacturer's Declaration in the sense of It is hereby confirmed for the product designated This declaration is made on behalf of the
the EC Machinery Directive 98/37/EEC hereinafter: manufacturer/importer
Piston pump with reservoir
We hereby declare that the piston pumps with type KFA10 Willy Vogel Aktiengesellschaft
reservoir of type Motzener Straße 35/37, 12277 Berlin
that it conforms to the essential safety requirements Postfach 480149, 12251 Berlin
KFA and KFAS specified in the directive(s) of the Council for
are designed for incorporation into a machine / for harmonizing the legal regulations of the Member by the members of the managing board
assembly with other machines to form a machine. States ...
Their commissioning shall be prohibited until it is
established that the machine into which this part Electromagnetic Compatibility
has been installed or with which this part is to be 89/336/EEC,
assembled conforms to the provisions of the EC amended by 92/31/EEC, 93/68/EEC
Directive 98 / 37 EC. 91/263/EEC and 93/97/EEC
Heinz Gaub Manfred Neubert
Conformity has been established through the
WILLY VOGEL application of the following (harmonized) European
Aktiengesellschaft standards:
Berlin, 26 February 2001
EN 50081-1
EN 50082-2

Electrical equipment designed for use


within certain voltage limits
Heinz Gaub Uwe Schumann (Low Voltage Directive) 73/23/EEC
(Member of the (Sales Management lndustrial amended by 93/68/EEC
Managing Board) Lubrication Systems)
EN 60335-1.

Berlin, 26 February 2001


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EC Declaration of Conformity

It is hereby confirmed for the product designated This declaration is made on behalf of the • This declaration certifies compliance with the
hereinafter: manufacturer/importer specified directives, it may not be construed as
Piston pump with reservoir a warranty of any qualities, however.
type KFA1, KFAS1 Willy Vogel Aktiengesellschaft
Motzener Straße 35/37, 12277 Berlin • The safety hints contained in the documentation
that it conforms to the essential safety requirements Postfach 480149, 12251 Berlin supplied along with the item shall be observed.
specified in the directive(s) of the Council for
harmonizing the legal regulations of the Member by the members of the managing board • The products covered by the declaration may
States ... not be commissioned unless it has been ensured
that the machine, the vehicle or the like into
Electromagnetic Compatibility which the product has been installed conforms
89/336/EEC, to the provisions and requirements of the
amended by 92/31/EEC, 93/68/EEC applicable directives.
91/263/EEC and 93/97/EEC
Heinz Gaub Manfred Neubert • Any use of the products with a mains voltage
Conformity has been established through the other than that required by the applicable stan-
application of the following (harmonized) European dards as well as non-observance of installation
standards with respect to the directives: hints may affect the EMC characteristics and
Berlin, 26 February 2001 electrical safety.
EN 50081-1
EN 50082-2

Motor vehicles 72/245/EEC


amended by 89/491/EEC,
95/54/EC.
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1. Safety hints 6 6. Display mode 27
Contents
2. Installation 8 7. Programming 29
2.1 Installation dimensions 9 7.1 Starting the programming mode 29
2.2 Pump unit versions 9 7.2 Changing the lubrication interval times 29
2.3 Pump elements 10 7.3 Changing the system monitoring 30
2.4 Replacing pump elements 11 7.4 Changing the operating mode 30
2.5 Pressure relief valves 12 7.5 Changing the code 31
2.6 Lubricant filling 12 7.6 Programming ranges 31
Initial filling 13 7.7 Display ranges 31
2.7 Level monitoring 13
2.8 Bleeding the system 13 8. Operating modes 32
8.1 Timer mode 32
3. Electrical connection – vehicles 14 8.2 Counter mode 32
3.1 General electrical specifications 14 8.3 No system monitoring 32
3.2 KFA1, KFA1-W 15 8.4 With system monitoring 32
3.3 KFAS1, KFAS1-W 16 8.5 Level monitoring 32
8.6 Monitoring via cycle switch 33
4. Electrical connection –
industrial applications 17 9. Technical data 34
4.1 General electrical specifications 17
4.2 KFA1-M, KFA1-M-W 18 10. Faults 35
4.3 KFAS1-M, KFAS1-M-W 19 10.1 Displaying faults 35
4.4 KFAS1-M-Z, KFAS1-M-W-Z 19 10.2 Clearing the fault message 35
External cycle switch 20 10.3 Storing the fault times 36
4.5 Color coding table 20 10.4 Maintenance and repair 36
4.6 KFA10, KFA10-W 21 10.5 Block operation 37
10.6 Pump faults 38
5. Display and control unit 22
5.1 3-digit LED display 23 Service Germany 40
5.2 Display via light-emitting diodes 25 Service world-wide 41
5.3 Operation via pushbuttons 26
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KFA KFAS with control unit

Installation
Page 8

Pressure
relief valve
Page 12

Filling
Page 12

Electrical connection Industrial Control general Electrical connection Vehicles


applications Page 17 Page 22 Page 14

Pump elements
Page 10
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1. Safety hints
General units. These persons are familiar with the applicable Installation work
standards, rules, accident prevention regulations
The components are designed and manufactured Wen installing the products in vehicles and
and operating conditions on account of their training,
in conformity with the generally accepted machines, the local accident prevention regulations
experience and the instructions received. They are
engineering standards as well as applicable as well as the applicable operating and
entitled to carry out the activities required in a
industrial safety and accident prevention maintenance instructions shall always be observed.
given case and will be able to recognize and avoid
regulations. Though constructed to meet all relevant
possibly existing dangers.
safety requirements, their use may still entail Danger caused by electrical current
DIN VDE 0105 or IEC 364 contains the definitions
dangers leading to personal injury of the user or
for specialists and the prohibition to use unqualified The units may be connected to the power supply
third parties or damage to property. Therefore, the
personnel. exclusively by appropriately trained qualified
components shall only be used when they are in
personnel in conformity with the local connection
a technically perfect condition, the operating Disclaimer of liability conditions and regulations (e.g. DIN, VDE)!
instructions having to be duly observed. Any faults,
Improperly connected equipment may lead to
in particular faults which may affect safety, shall Vogel cannot be held liable for any damage:
serious personal injury and damage to property!
be rectified without delay.
• caused by lack of lubricant
Danger caused by system pressure
Use in conformity with intended purpose • caused by contaminated or unsuited lubricants
The units may be pressurized. Therefore, they
The Vogel pump units type KFA and KFAS are • caused by the installation of components or
must be made pressure-less before any extension
designed for the supply of centralized lubrication spare parts other than genuine Vogel
work, modifications or repairs are carried out.
systems of vehicles, plants and machines. They components or spare parts, respectively
are capable of delivering greases up to NLGI
• caused by any use which is not in conformity
grade 2.
with the intended purpose
Any use beyond this scope shall be deemed as
being not in conformity with the intended purpose. • caused by inappropriate installation and filling
• caused by wrong electrical connection
Approved personne l
• caused by erroneous programming
The components described in this manual may be
installed, operated, maintained and repaired only • caused by improper reactions to malfunctioning
by qualified personnel.
• caused by non-observance of the operating
Qualified personnel means persons trained,
instructions
assigned and instructed by the operator of the
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Permitted lubricants Transport and storage


Greases up to NLGI grade 2 DIN 51818 and a The pump units KFA and KFAS are packed in
flow pressure of 700 mbars maximum. conformity with standard packaging practice such
The release list of permitted lubricants is updated that the regulations in the country of destination
on an ongoing basis and is available from the as well as DIN ISO 9001 are met.
following address: There are no limitations with respect to land, air
or sea transport. Store in a dry place at a storage
„Schmierstoffe für Progressivanlagen“ temperature of -40 °C to +70 °C.
(Lubricants for Progressive Systems) at: Handle with care!
www.vogelag.com
This symbol appears in the manual
Also refer to the release lists of the whenever it is necessary to draw your
machine or vehicle manufacturers ! attention to special dangers or important
actions.
Hazard to the environment posed by lubricants
The lubricants recommended by the manufacturer
have been formulated to meet the relevant safety
regulations. Oils and greases nevertheless
principally continue to be substances hazardous
to ground water, and special precautions shall be
taken for their storage, processing and
transportation.
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2. Installation
General Mount the KFA and KFAS pump units to the vehicle When drilling, pay attention to the
or machine with the 3 supplied M8 bolts, washers following possible hazards:
The pump units of the KFA and KFAS series are
and self-locking nuts.
designed for use in centralized lubrication systems
Tightening torque: 16 Nm. • Existing supply lines
of vehicles, machines and plants. They are capable
The unit should be mounted at a position which is
of delivering greases up to NLGI grade 2. • Other units
protected to the greatest possible extent. Where
The pump units differ in the way they can be
holes have to be drilled for installation, position • Moving parts
electrically connected as well as in the control and
these holes as shown below. A drilling template is
monitoring of functions. If application specific pump • Heat sources (exhaust etc.)
available under order number 951-130-148.
elements are installed, up to two separate
lubrication circuits can be operated with one unit Mind safety distances as well as local
(see section 2.3). installation and accident prevention regulations.

Units of the KFA and KFAS series may


be operated exclusively in systems
provided with a pressure relief valve !
If this requirement is not observed,
overpressure may cause serious personal injury
and damage to property.

100 ± 0,4 150 ± 0,4

Figure 1 Mounting holes

Bolts, washers and self-locking nuts for fastening


the unit are part of the scope of supply. 3 M8 each,
tightening torque 16 Nm
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2.1 Installation dimensions 2.2 Pump unit versions

Weight with filled lubricant reservoir: Type Application Function Control


KFAS1 3.7 kg, KFA10 4.8 kg
KFA1 Vehicle 12 V or 24 V DC Without level monitoring
KFA1-M Industry 24 V DC
KFA10 Industry 115 V or 230 V AC
External
KFA1-W Vehicle 12 V or 24 V DC With level monitoring
KFA1-M-W Industry 24 V DC
KFA10-W Industry 115 V or 230 V AC

KFAS1 Vehicle 12 V or 24 V DC Without level monitoring


KFAS1-M Industry 24 V DC
KFAS1-M-Z Industry 24 V DC Without level monitoring
KFAS1 Vehicle 12 V or 24 V DC With cycle switch monitoring
216 Internal
KAFS1-W Vehicle 12 V or 24 V DC With level monitoring
KFAS1-M-W Industry 24 V DC
KFAS1-W Vehicle 12 V or 24 V DC With level monitoring
KFAS1-M-W-Z Industry 24 V DC With cycle switch monitoring

234
150

Figure 2 Installation dimensions


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2.3 Pump elements

The pump units KFA and KFAS are fitted with two All pump elements are provided with an internal
lubricant outlet ports. To each outlet port, a separate thread M14x1.5 for connection to a pressure
pump element for an independent progressive relief valve with tube port for steel tubes 6 mm
feeder circuit can be connected. or 10 mm. 4
Order the pump elements in accordance with your The pump elements are externally marked on the
2
specific lubrication application. spanner surface with grooves.
3
The pump element is fitted only with Available pump elements 1
O-ring 15.4x2.1 (1) without any additional
seal ring. Order No. Output Number
in cm3 /min of grooves

KFA1.U1 2.0 1
1 KFA1.U2 1.5 2 Figure 4 Connection of pump elements and
KFA1.U3 1.0 3 pressure relief valve

The quoted values refer to a temperature 1 Conical head lubrication nipple


of 20 °C and a back pressure of 50 bars. 2 Screw plug
3 Pump element
4 Pressure relief valve

Figure 3 Pump element

Close any outlet ports which are not required with


a screw plug according to DIN 910-M18x1.5-5.8
with seal ring according to DIN 7603-A18x24-Al.
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2.4 Replacing pump elements

Mount and dismount pump elements Step 2: Step 3:


only when unit is disconnected from
Remove bothersome lubricant between the fixing Pull piston of the new pump element as far as
power supply. Failure to comply with this
thread, guiding slot in the strainer ring and the possible out of the element, and insert it along the
requirement may lead to bodily injury or damage
groove between the cam-disc and return disc with guiding slot of the strainer ring in the groove
to the unit.
a suitable tool. between the cam-disc and return disc.
If the pump element has not been correctly fitted,
Too little or no lubricant at all will be delivered if a 3 4 2 1 it is not possible to tighten the thread!
pump element is worn. After dismounting the main
line and pressure relief valve, you can keep the
outlet port of the pump element closed with a finger
when the pump operates to deliver lubricant. This
is a sign that the element is worn.

Step 1:
Screw out pump element.
If the piston of the pump element gets stuck in the
lubricant present in the strainer ring, remove it with
a suitable tool. Figure 6 Sectional top view of pump casing

1 Fixing thread
2 Guiding groove in strainer ring
3 Cam-disc
4 Return disc

Figure 7 Inserting the pump element


Figure 5 Removing the piston
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2.5 Pressure relief valves 2.6 Lubricant filling

The pressure relief valve is used to protect the The lubricant is filled in via the conical head
entire lubrication system against excessive internal lubrication nipple DIN 71412-AM10x1 with a
pressures. The valve is set to open at a pressure A R standard pressure grease gun.
of 300 bars. If the operating pressure increases
beyond 300 bars due to a blocked progressive
feeder or lubricating point, the valve opens, and
grease visibly emerges from the valve.
P M14x1.5 4
This allows optical system monitoring.
3
A Connection for tube 6 mm 5
P Connecting thread for pump element
Order No. Tube Opening pressure R Grease emerges here in case of
6
in bars R
161-210-012 ø 6 mm 300 ± 20 bars 2
161-210-016 ø10 mm
1

Figure 8 Side view

1 Conical head lubrication nipple


2 Pressure relief valve
3 Follower
P A
4 „max“ marking

M14x1,5
5 Lubricant
6 „min“ marking
A Connection for tube 10 mm

Figure 6 Pressure relief valves


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2.7 Level monitoring 2.8 Bleeding the system

Initial filling Visual • Disconnect the main lines from the unit. Operate
the pump until the lubricant emerging from the
Which lubricants may be used with the units may The transparent reservoir enables you to visually
pressure relief valve is free of bubbles.
be seen from the current release list "Schmierstoffe monitor the level. The level should be checked at
Reconnect the main lines.
für Progressivanlagen" regular intervals for safety reasons. The current
at: www.vogelag.com level can be precisely seen from the position of • Disconnect the main line from the main
the follower. distributor. Operate the pump until the emerging
When the unit is filled for the first time, the lubricant lubricant is free of bubbles. Reconnect the
forces the follower upward until the overfill outlet When the level in the reservoir has main line.
opens. As filling continues, the air escapes until dropped below the „min“ marking, bleed
• Disconnect secondary lines from main distributor.
the entire reservoir is filled with lubricant. When the entire system.
Operate the pump until bubble-free lubricant
excess lubricant starts to emerge from the overfill
emerges from all ports of the main distributor.
outlet, stop filling completely. Level switch
Reconnect the secondary lines.
When topping up, take care not to let lubricant
Pump units of the KFA and KFAS series are
emerge from the overfill outlet. Danger of accident • Finally, bleed secondary lines, secondary
available with an automatic level control function
or environmental pollution! distributors, lubricant lines and lubrication points,
(see section 2.2).
and check for proper functioning.
KFAS: When the level drops below the „min“
marking, the sequence of operations is
stopped, and a fault message „FLL“
appears in the display.
KFA: The level signal is output via the
appropriate connector
(see sections 3.2, 4.2, 4.6).

Note !
Pump units with electrical level control are identified
by a „W“ in the order description.
Figure 9 Point at which lubricant emerges
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3. Electrical connection - vehicles


Mind voltage values specified on 3.1 General electrical specifications
nameplate!

Rated voltage Typical power Starting current Back-up fuse3)


input (load- (ca. 20 ms)
dependent) 2)

KFA1... / KFAS1... 24 V DC 0.5 A ca. 1.4 A 3.0 A


Vehicles 12 V DC 1.0 A ca. 2.8 A 3.0 A
Duty type S3 20%,
50 min

2) Typical value at an ambient temperature = 25 °C and operating pressure = 300 bars


3) Fuse according to DIN 72581 T.3
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3.2 KFA1, KFA1-W KFA1 without level monitoring KFA1-W with level monitoring
Cable set Cable set

Mind voltage values given on nameplate


Order Length of Length of Order Length of Length of
and in section 3.1 !
number corrugated tube cores number corrugated tube cores
The pump units are connected to the power supply 997-000-820 10 m 12 m 997-000-706 10 m 12 m
via a 4-pole circular pin-and-socket connector
according to DIN 72585-A1-4.1-Ag/K1.

+ +
KFA1 KFA1-W Q
M M
4 1
- -
WS
- -
2 3

X1 1 2 3 4 X1 1 2 3 4

X1 5) 5)

BN
PK

BN
BK

RD-BK
RD-BK

1) 1)
Figure 10 Circular pin-and-socket connector max.
F 3A F 3A 0,5 A

15 31 15 31 4)

1) External control unit WS Contact position of built-in level switch is for


Relay contact „Pump ON“ „Filled reservoir“, i.e., the level switch opens
when the lubricant quantity is insufficient
5) PIN without internal connection
4) Evaluation of level switch signal
Fuse F according to DIN 72581 T3
Core colors, see section 4.5
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3.3 KFAS1, KFAS1-W


Cable sets
Mind voltage values given on nameplate KFAS1/KFAS1-W
Order Length of Length of
and in section 3.1 ! without cycle switch monitoring
number corrugated tube cores
The unit is connected via the 7-pole circular PINS 5 and 6 have no function. Do not jumper! 997-000-630 12 m 12.2 m
connector. In the programming mode, the following 997-000-650 16 m 16.2 m
monitoring function must be activated
KFAS1 KFAS1-W
COP = OFF (factory setting).
4 3
1 With cycle switch monitoring X1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
5 2
Connect the external cycle switch to PINS
6 7
5 and 6. In the programming mode, the following
BU
PK
BK
BK

BN

monitoring function must be activated


RD-BK
VT-GN

X1 COP = CS (see section 7.3).

KFAS1 DK SL2 ZS SL1


No internal level monitoring + 2,4 W
2,4 W
KFAS1-W F 3A
Figure 11 Circular pin-and-socket connector
With internal level monitoring
31 15
A built-in level monitoring facility is always active.
When the level drops below the "min" mark, the
15 + potential supply voltage
sequence of operations is stopped, and a fault
(ignition switch ON)
message appears in the display.
31 - potential supply voltage (0 V, GND)
The electrical connection details are identical
DK external pushbutton „Intermediate lubrication“
with those of the KFAS1 unit.
ZS external cycle switch
SL1 signal lamp „Pump is operating“
SL2 signal lamp „Fault“

Fuse F according to DIN 72581 T3


Core colors, see section 4.5
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4. Electrical connection – industrial applications


Mind voltage values specified on 4.1 General electrical specifications
nameplate!

Observe the information and instructions Rated Typical power Pump starting Max.
contained in the operating manual and func- voltage input (load- current back-up fuse4)
tional description of the respective control unit dependent) 2) (ca. 20 ms)
as well as the safety hints (see section 1) !

If the protective conductor connection is not KFA1-M... / KFAS1-M... 24 V DC 1) 0.5 A ca. 1.4 A 3.0 A
established or interrupted, dangerous touch Industrial applications
voltages may occur on the unit ! Duty type S3 20%,
50 min

KFA10 / KFAS10-W 230 V / 50 Hz 0.45 A - 4.0 A


Industrial applications 230 V / 60 Hz 0.66 A - 4.0 A
Duty type S3 10%, 115 V / 50 Hz 1.0 A - 4.0 A
50 min 115 V / 60 Hz 1.3 A - 4.0 A

1) Protective measures to be applied to ensure operation in accordance with specifications:


„Funktionskleinspannung mit sicherer Trennung“ / „Protective Extra Low Voltage“ (PELV)
Standards: EN 60204 Part 1:1992 / EIC 204-1:1992, modified
DIN VDE 0100 Part 410 / IEC 364-4-41:1992
2) Typical value at an ambient temperature = 25 °C and operating pressure = 300 bars
4) Lead: Cross-section 1.5 mm2, length ≤ 12 m

External control units for KFA1 units


The following external control units are used for the control of the lubrication and pause times as well
as for monitoring the lubrication process: IGZ 51-20-E, IGZ 51-20-S2-E, IGZ 51-20-S7-E,
IGZ 51-20-S8-E.
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4.2 KFA1-M, KFA1-M-W

Supply voltage 24 V DC KFA1-M without level monitoring KFA1-M-W with level monitoring
This unit is provided only with pin-and-socket This unit is provided with the pin-and-socket
Mind voltage values specified on
connector X1. connectors X1 and X2.
nameplate and in section 4.1!
3 KFA1-M-W

1
X1 Electrical connection: Pin-and-socket
connector according to DIN 43650-A.

2
+
X2 Signal output from level switch WS KFA1-M
circular pin-and-socket connector M12x1. M KFA1-M-W
- Q
-
WS
3 X1 1 2 3

1
X1 X2 1 2 3 4

2
4 3
5) 5)
1)
1 2
BK

BN
BU

Connector
WH

F 3A + MIN 5) OK
4 3 X2
X2 Connector 24 V DC, max. 0.5 A
1 2 L+ M (OV, GND)
24 V DC

Figure 12 Pin-and-socket connectors KFA1-M-W 1) External control unit Color coding


relay contact „Pump ON“
5) PIN without internal connection X2-PIN Color code Core color
WS Built-in level switch. Contact position shown:
Filled reservoir, i.e. contact 1 - 4 opens in 1 BN brown
case of insufficient lubricant quantity 2 WH white
L+ + potential supply voltage 3 BU blue
(main switch of machine ON) 4 BK black
M -potential supply voltage
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4.3 KFAS1-M, KFAS1-M-W 4.4 KFAS1-M-Z, KFAS1-M-W-Z

Supply voltage 24 V DC KFAS1-M These units are provided with the pin-and-socket
connector X1 for the voltage supply and with a
The KFAS1-M unit is provided only with the pin-
Mind voltage values specified on circular pin-and-socket connector M12x1 for con-
and-socket connector X1.
nameplate and in section 4.1 ! nection of an external cycle switch (X3).
No internal level monitoring !
No external cycle switch monitoring !
X 1 Electrical connection: Pin-and-socket
connector according to DIN 43650-A. 3
1

KFAS1-M-W
Applies to all KFAS1-M units ! X1
2

The KFAS1-M unit is provided only with the pin-


KFAS1-M and-socket connector X1.
3

1
X1 KFAS1-M-W With internal level monitoring.
Connector
A built-in level monitoring facility is always active.

2
Connector KFAS1-M-Z When the level drops below the „min“ mark, the
KFAS1-M-W-Z 4 3
sequence of operations is stopped, and a fault X3
message appears in the display.
1 2
No external cycle switch monitoring !
X1 1 2 3
Socket

5) Figure 13 Pin-and-socket connectors


KFAS1-M-W-Z
SL2
2,4 W
F 3A
KFAS1-M-Z

L+ M (OV, GND) No internal level monitoring. For connection of an


external cycle switch, see page 20.
X1 Pin-and-socket connector supply voltage
KFAS1-M-W-Z
L+ + potential supply voltage
M - potential supply voltage With internal level monitoring, see KFAS1-M-W
5) PIN without internal connection section 4.3. For connection of an external cycle
SL2 Signal lamp „Fault“ switch, see page 20.
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4.5 Color coding table

External cycle switch 7-pole pin-and-socket connector X1


Only for units KFAS1-M-Z and KFAS1-M-W-Z !
X1-PIN Color code Core color
KFAS1-M-Z KFAS1-M-Z
KFAS1-M-W-Z KFAS1-M-W-Z 1 BN brown
+ - + - 2 RD-BK red-black
3 BU blue
3 4 3 4 4 PK pink

1
1

4
4

2
3
2
3
5 BK black
X3 X3 6 BK black
2 1 2 1
7 VT-GN violet-green

BN
BK
BN
BK

BU
X3

WH
X3 4-pole pin-and-socket connector X1
Socket Socket
ZS
X1-PIN Color code Core color
ZS ZS
1 RD-BK red-black
24 V DC 24 V DC 2 BN brown
3 BK black
3-wire switch 4 PK pink
2-wire switch optionally as break contact element
(WH) or make contact element (BK)

Color coding

X3- PIN Color code Core color

1 BN brown
2 WH white
3 BU blue
4 BK black
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4.6 KFA10, KFA10-W KFA10 without level monitoring KFA10-W with level monitoring

Supply voltage This unit is provided only with pin-and-socket This unit is provided with the pin-and-socket con-
115 V or 230 V AC 3 A 50/60 Hz connector X1. nector X1 for voltage supply and, in addition, with
the circular pin-and-socket connector M12x1 (X2)
Mind voltage values specified on for the signals output from the level switch WS.
nameplate and in section 4.1 !
KFA10 3 KFA10-W

1
X1 Electrical connection: Pin-and-socket KFA10-W

2
connector according to DIN 43650-A.
X2 Signal output from level switch WS
Connectorr X1
circular pin-and-socket connector M12x1. M Q
1~
WS
3

1
X1 1 2 3
4 3 X2 1 2 3 4
X1

2
5) 1 2
1)
BN
BU
BK

WH

Connector
X2 + MIN 5) OK
4 3 F 4A Connector
X2 24 V DC, max. 0.5 A
WS Built-in level switch
1 2 L1 N PE Contact position shown: Filled reservoir
115 or 230 V AC
50 / 60 Hz Color coding
Figure 14 Pin-and-socket connectors KFA10-W
X2-PIN Color code Core color
1) External control unit
relay contact „Pump ON“ 1 BN brown
5) PIN without internal connection 2 WH white
3 BU blue
4 BK black
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5. Display and control unit


The display and control unit is protected by a LED display
transparent plastic cover against splashing water
and mechanical damage. For programming, the
cover has to be dismounted and, following Seven-segment display: Values and operating state
programming, reattached with a screw driver.

PAUSE Pause time
h/lmp •
CONTACT Pump operation
min/ lmp •
• Monitoring of system function by means of an
external cycle switch
CS CS = Cycle Switch

• Monitoring of system function by means of an


external pressure switch
PS Not for progressive systems!
Figure 15 Display and control unit
FAULT • Fault message

Pushbuttons

• Turn on display
• Display values and parameters
• Set values and parameters

• Change between programming and display mode


• Confirm values

• Activate intermediate lubrication


• Clear fault message
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5.1 3-digit LED display Display Function Description

During normal operation, the display is off. It is t = TIMER The control unit operates as a time- • Part of lubrication cycle
activated by briefly operating one of the two PA = PAUSE controlled contact maker (TIMER) Entered and displayed value
pushbuttons . It is used for displaying and is in the PAUSE mode in hours
current values and preset parameters. In addition,
the display is used for operator prompting during
programming of operating parameters. c = COUNTER The control unit operates as a • Part of lubrication cycle
PA = PAUSE contact counter (COUNTER) • The device counts the pulses
and is in the PAUSE mode from an external contact maker
and compares them with the
preset values

t = TIMER The control unit operates as a time- • CONTACT = time during which
CO = CONTACT controlled contact maker (TIMER) the pump delivers
and is in the pump running mode • Entered and displayed value
(CONTACT) in minutes

c = COUNTER The control unit operates as a • CONTACT = time during which


CO = CONTACT contact counter and is in the pump the pump delivers
running mode (CONTACT) Entered and displayed value
in pulses
Special application! Not to be
used for KFA / KFAS units

C = Cycle Display of beginning of menu


O = OFF „Monitoring settings“
P = Pressure
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Display Function Description

Monitoring OFF The monitoring function PS and CS is • No system monitoring


deactivated

Cycle Switch Cycle switch monitoring is active


• The cycle switch is monitored for signal
transmission during the pump running time
CONTACT.

Pressure Switch Not to be used for KFA/KFAS units !

Fault: Low Level The minimum level in the reservoir has been • The control unit is in the FAULT mode.
reached • The sequence of operations is stopped.

Fault: Cycle Switch No signal from cycle switch during pump • The control unit is in the FAULT mode.
running time • The sequence of operations is stopped.

Operation Hour Meter The subsequently displayed values are the operating hours of the control unit.

Fault Hour Meter The subsequently displayed values are the fault hours. Time during which the control unit or the
machine has been operated in the FAULT mode.

Block operation Signal from cycle switch missing. Contrary to normal operation, the control unit is still in the monitoring
mode. If the fault continues to exist for 3 pump running periods, a fault message is displayed.
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5.2 Display via light-emitting LED LED lights = display mode LED flashes = programming mode
diodes
Operating voltage is applied to pump Value for PAUSE can be changed
unit and control unit. The system is in
PAUSE
h/lmp
the PAUSE state

Operating voltage is applied to pump Value for CONTACT can be changed


unit and control unit, system is in
CONTACT
operating state CONTACT
min/lmp
(pump motor ON)

A cycle switch is used for monitoring Type of monitoring can be changed or disabled
the system. Monitoring is performed at in the programming mode.
CS the progressive feeder during running The cycle switch is operated by the piston of
of the pump. (CONTACT) the distributor to be monitored.

The pressure switch monitoring function This type of monitoring is not permissible
is not possible in progressive feeder for progressive feeder systems.
PS
systems. COP = CS or COP = OFF
The LED must not light. (see section 7.3)

The operating voltage is applied to the pump unit and control unit. The control unit is
in the operating state FAULT. The fault can be called up via the LED display and
FAULT
displayed as error code after pressing of the pushbutton .
The sequence of operations is stopped.
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5.3 Operation via pushbuttons Pushbutton Operating possibilities

• Operating the button during PAUSE will initiate an intermediate lubricating cycle

• Fault messages are acknowledged and cleared

• Automatically activate the display in the display mode

• Call up the next parameter in the programming mode

• Increase the displayed value by 1

• Automatically activate the display in the display mode

• Call up the last parameter in the programming mode

• Decrease the displayed value by 1

• Change between programming and display mode

• Confirm entered values


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6. Display mode Step Key Display

1 Current operating state is indicated


Lighting of the LED indicators signifies that the Example: Timer is in Pause mode
unit is in the display mode. No flashing ! Using Press briefly
this mode, the user can have current settings and
operating parameters displayed.
2 Indicates remaining pause time of current
Start the display mode always by briefly lubricating cycle
pressing one of the two keys . Example: 3.8 h

3 Indicates preset total pause time


Example: 1 h (factory setting)

4 Indicates preselected pump running time


Example: Timer operation

5 Example: System is in Pause mode,


indication of current tCO is not possible

6 Indicates preset value


Example: 4 min (factory setting)

7 Indicates system monitoring menu


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Step Key Display


8

Monitoring deactivated or monitoring or monitoring via pressure


(factory setting) via cycle switch switch. Is not permitted for
progressive systems!

9 Indicates operating hours

10 / 11

Example: Part 1 of total Part 2 of total value, Total value: 00533.8 h


value. Note down ! Maximum value: 99999.9 h

12 Indicates fault hours

13 / 14

Example: Part 1 of total Part 2 of total value


value. Note down ! Total value: 00033.8 h
Maximum value: 99999.9 h
15 LED indicators extinguish
Oh and Fh values are stored in an undeletable way in the EEPROM
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7. Programming Step Key Display


1 000 in display flashes
• Programming always starts with (code 000 factory setting)
steps 1 and 2! Press for more than 2s
• You can see from the flashing of the LED
indicators that the programming mode is 2 Automatically indicates first parameter
active. Example: „Pause in timer operation“
Press briefly LED „Pause“ flashes
(confirm code)
7.1 Starting the programming
3 Pause time 1 h (factory setting)
mode For permissible setting range for
Press briefly KFA/KFAS, s. Technical data - Operating
7.2 Changing the lubrication mode, section 9
interval times 4 Set new value
Example: 6.8 h = 6 h 48 min
Carry out steps 1 and 2!

Note concerning step 2:


5 Indicates next parameter
If the manufacturer's code 000 has already been „Pump running time in timer mode“
changed, you have to select the new code with Press briefly LED „Contact“ flashes
keys and confirm it with key . (confirm new value)
6 Pump running time 4 min (factory setting)
For permissible setting range for
Press briefly KFA/KFAS, s. Technical data – Operating
mode, section 9
7 Set new value
Example: 3 min

8 Press briefly Confirm new value

9 Press for Changes are written to the memory, and the LED indicators
more than 2s extinguish.
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7.3 Changing the system monitoring 7.4 Changing the operating mode
Carry out steps 1 and 2! Carry out steps 1 and 2!

Step Key Display Step Key Display


3 monitoring menu is 3 Changes from Timer
displayed mode to Counter mode
(only possible with
Operate keys external electrical
until: transmitter). Values in
pulses
4 Monitoring deactivated 4 Indicates preselected
(factory setting) pump running time in
ress briefly Press briefly, Timer mode
confirmation of
Counter mode
5 monitoring with cycle 5 Change over from pump
switch is active running time to Counter
Press appro- LED „CS“ flashes mode. Special appli-
priate key until cation.
or monitoring with Do not activate!
pressure switch is active
Is not permissible for
progressive systems !

6 Confirm new settings 6 Confirm new settings

ress briefly Press briefly

7 New settings are written to the memory, and 7 New settings are written to the memory, and
the LED indicators extinguish. the LED indicators extinguish.
Press for more Press for more
than 2s than 2s
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7.5 Changing the code Step Key Display


1 LED indicators flash
The code set by the manufacturer has,
thus, been cleared, and the newly set Press for more than 2s
value is effective.
Note down the new value and keep it at a safe
2 code number is selected
place. If the code is forgotten, the parameters
(factory setting)
can no longer be programmed. You will have
Press appropriate
to return the pump unit in this case to your
key until
dealer or local VOGEL office.
3 LED indicators flash
Important! Code 000
Do not use the figures 321 as new code. Press briefly (factory setting)
(confirm code)
7.6 Programming ranges
4 LED indicators flash
Function Programming range1)
Press briefly
Pause time 0.1 h to 99.9 h (confirm old code)
Pump running time 0.1 min to 99.9 min
Pulses 1 to 999 5 new code is displayed
Example: 666
Press appropriate
7.7 Display ranges
key until Important! Do not enter 321.
Display Display ranges 6 Press briefly Confirm new code

Fault hours 0.1 h to 99.999,9 h


Operating hours 0.1 h to 99.999,9 h 7 Press for more New code is written to memory, and LED
than 2s indicators extinguish.

1) For permissible settings for KFA/KFAS, see Technical data section 9.


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8. Operating modes

8.1 Timer mode 8.3 No system monitoring 8.5 Level monitoring


Pause and pump operation dependent on time In this mode of operation, the lubrication cycle is An installed level monitoring facility is
controlled exclusively by the preset values for always active.
Set tPA and tCO in programming mode. PAUSE and CONTACT.
When the level in the lubricant reservoir drops
The time-dependent preset values for PAUSE and The monitoring function must be below the minimum mark, the sequence of
CONTACT control the lubrication cycle. disabled COP = OFF. operations is stopped, and a fault message is
System faults are not automatically output in the display.
PAUSE: Values in hours detected and displayed. FLL: Fault Low Level
CONTACT: Values in minutes
8.4 With system monitoring
8.2 Counter mode
The following can be monitored:
Pause dependent on number of pulses
• the level in the lubricant reservoir only for pump
units having a „W“ in the order designation
Set cPA and tCO in programming mode
• the function of the progressive feeder via a
(see section 7.4)
cycle switch
Connect an external pulse transmitter Figure 16 Fault message
to input DK/MK.
Faults are automatically detected and
displayed.
PAUSE: Values in pulses
The monitoring function is active
CONTACT: Values in minutes
COP = CS.
The external transmitter controls the pause time
in accordance with the machine movements and
preset values. The pump running time (tCO) is
programmed in minutes.
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8.6 Monitoring via cycle switch

This function can be used only in 4


centralized lubrication systems with
progressive feeders. For greases up to
NLGI grade 2. 5

The cycle switch is used to monitor the movements 2


of the pistons in the progressive feeder during the 6 7
CONTACT time and in the block operating mode.
In the programming mode, the following monitoring
function must be activated: COP = CS

Core color
7
black
2
3

Figure 17 Electrical connection for cycle 1 Unit KFAS1


switch (on-board system of vehicle) 2 Main line
3 Main distributor
4 Subdistributor
5 Friction points
6 Cycle switch
7 Electric compartment
8 Pressure relief valve
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9. Technical data
Max. operating pressure 300 bars Applicable technical standards and directives
Permissible operating temperature DC -25 °C to +75 °C 95/ 54/ EC (Vehicles)
AC 0 to +40 °C 89/336/EEC (Electromagnetic Compatibility)
Number of outlets max. 2 73/23/EEC (Low Voltage Directives)
Output of pump element 2/1.5/1 cm3/min
98/37/EC (Machinery)
Reservoir capacity 1l
Lubricants Greases up to NLGI grade 2 with EP
additives, flow pressure up to max. 700 mbars Observe duty type / duty cycle and
ambient conditions; otherwise there is
Weight the danger of overheating of motor!
Filled lubricant reservoir KFA(S)1 3.7 kg
KFA10 4.8 kg
System of protection according to DIN40050 T9
Commercial vehicle types IP6K9K
Industrial types IP55

Electrical specifications DC (direct voltage)


Rated voltage 12 V DC
Typ. power input
at max. operating pressure and 20 °C 1A
Rated voltage 24 V DC
Typ. power input
at max. operating pressure and 20 °C 0.5 A
Duty type/duty cycle S3/20% - 50 min
When setting, mind pause and contact time!
Max. running time 10 min, pause time = 4 x running time

Electrical specifications AC (alternating voltage)


Rated voltage 115 V / 50 Hz; 115 V / 60 Hz
Typ. power input
at max. operating pressure and 20 °C 1 A / 50 Hz; 1.3 / 60 Hz
Rated voltage 230 V / 50 Hz; 230 V / 60 Hz
Typ. power input
at max. operating pressure and 20 °C 0.45 A / 50 Hz; 0.66 A / 60 Hz
Duty type/duty cycle S3 /10% - 50 min
When setting, mind pause and contact time!
Max. running time 5 min, pause time = 9 x running time
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10. Faults
Check level in reservoir at regular 10.1 Displaying faults
intervals. If the reservoir has been
emptied completely, the entire system Start display mode with one of the two keys
must be bled after topping up.
Operate until fault is displayed.
All fault messages are displayed as a centralized
alarm via the light-emitting diode . When Display Meaning
a fault message is output, the normal sequence
of operations is stopped by the control unit, and Fault Cycle Switch: No signal from cycle switch during pump running time.
the fault concerned is stored and displayed. (see section 10.5 Block operation)
The cause of the fault can be read on the display.
This considerably facilitates the fault diagnosis. Fault Low Level:
This function is available only, if system monitoring Lubricant has dropped below minimum level in reservoir.
is active, however. The further sequence of operations is stopped.

10.2 Clearing the fault message


All fault messages can be acknowledged and cleared with
key . When the unit is operated in the Timer mode,
this can also be performed via a connected external
pushbutton.

Before clearing the fault message, determine


and rectify cause of fault. The user himself shall
be liable for any damage resulting from the
operation of the vehicle without lubrication.

The time for which the control unit and the pump unit
have been operated without lubrication is stored in an
undeletable manner in the EEPROM as fault hours Fh.
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10.3 Storing the fault times 10.4 Maintenance and repair

Fault time counter Carry out the following maintenance and inspection
works at regular intervals:
The time which elapses since the occurrence of a
fault message up to the time when the fault is
• Check level in reservoir
rectified is added in hours. Releasing a lubrication
• Check the plant components for leakage at
cycle via the DK key causes the fault message to
regular intervals
be cleared. Thereafter, this value is automatically
• Check the bearings visually for a proper
transferred to the fault hour counter.
lubricating condition
• Check electrical cables for damage
Fault hour counter
• Check electrical connections and contacts
In the fault hour counter, all fault times which have
• You can check the basic function of the control
occurred during the entire operating period of the
unit and system components by initiating an
unit are totaled up. After calling up parameter Fh,
intermediate lubrication cycle
you can read out the current reading of the counter
• Check electrical connections in case of fault
in the display mode in two blocks of three digits
messages
each (see section 6).
• Replace defective fuses only by equivalent new
ones
The counter can display a maximum of 99,999.9
hours. The smallest storable interval is
Any works beyond the above-mentioned
0.1 hour = 6 minutes. The memory cannot be
scope shall be performed only by
erased.
approved VOGEL service personnel.
Fill in clean grease only.

The service life of the pump elements and


lubricated machine elements depends to a
decisive extent on the cleanness of the
lubricants used.
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10.5 Block operation

The control unit responds to a missing signal from A total of three lubrication cycles are
the cycle switch by changing over to the block carried out with interrogation of the cycle
mode. Possible causes: switch.

• Insufficient bleeding Unit Display on control unit


• Too high breathing volume (hose lines too long)

• Defective lubricant lines

• Clogged progressive feeder


CS
• Defective cycle switch
Three pump running times and two block pauses
• Lack of lubricant
without signal from cycle switch ! abortion
of block operation, output of fault message!
No signal from cycle switch during pump
running time: Duration of block pause

• Normal operation is aborted PPause normal Block pause blo


operation tPA
• Block pause commences with interrogation of
cycle switch 0.1 h = 6 min 6 min
0.2 h = 12 min 12 min
No signal from cycle switch during block pause: 0.3 h and greater 15 min
• Second lubrication cycle commences in block
mode Figure 18 Display
Determine and eliminate cause of fault!

As soon as a signal from the cycle switch is


received, block operation is aborted, and the normal
lubrication cycle commences with the pause.
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10.6 Pump faults

Fault Cause Remedy

Pump • Mechanical damage, e.g., motor • Exchange pump


Motor does not run during activated pump defective. Disconnect main lubricant line at outlet of pressure
running time relief valve
Disconnect electrical connection
Unscrew three fastening screws
Dismount defective pump
Install new pump, and connect lubricant line as well as
electrical cable
Put pump into operation and carry out functional test!
Make sure that pause and contact time values are correct!
Pump no function
No pump function when key DK is operated • Electrical connection interrupted • Check fuse, and replace it, if necessary
although all electrical connections are in order. • Check electrical connections
Pump does not deliver lubricant although motor Check cable set for damage!
is running.
• Electrical control has failed Exchange pump
• Pump drive/motor defective

• Lubricant level in reservoir below Top up lubricant reservoir up to „max“


minimum

Check valve in pump element does Exchange pump element


not close. (Can be seen from the fact Pay attention to: Metering mark with grooves
that the outlet can be kept closed with
the finger when the main line is
dismounted.)

• Suction problems due to air inclusions Dismount pump element, and operate pump via key DK until
in grease grease emerges at housing outlet
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Fault Cause Remedy

• Pump element does not build up Exchange pump element


pressure, pump element is worn. Pay attention to: Metering mark with grooves
(Can be seen from the fact that the
outlet can be kept closed with the
finger when the main line is
dismounted.)

Pressure relief valve on pump opens, and • System pressure exceeds 300 bars, Check system, and carry out repair or modification of system
lubricant emerges e.g., due to clogging of distributor or so that the system pressure at 20 °C will not exceed 200 bars
clogged lubrication point as a maximum

• Valve damaged or soiled so that it Exchange pressure relief valve


does not close properly
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Service in Germany

WILLY VOGEL AG WILLY VOGEL AG


Technical Sales Office Technical Sales Office
Sinstorfer Kirchweg 74-92 Duisburger Straße 44
21077 Hamburg 90451 Nürnberg
(++49) 40-76 10 28 74 / 75 (++49) 911-6 42 70 94
(++49) 40-76 10 28 96 (++49) 911-6 49 15 70

WILLY VOGEL AG WILLY VOGEL AG


Technical Sales Office Technical Sales Office
Möddinghofe 19 Otto-Schmerbach-Straße 30
42279 Wuppertal 09117 Chemnitz
(++49) 202-64 10 81 (++49) 371- 8 81 20 61 / 62
(++49) 202-64 97 29 (++49) 371- 8 81 20 63

WILLY VOGEL AG WILLY VOGEL AG


Gottlieb-Daimler-Straße 7 Motzener Straße 35 / 37
63128 Dietzenbach 12277 Berlin
(++49) 60 74-40 96-0 (++49) 30- 7 20 02-184
(++49) 60 74-40 96-33 (++49) 30- 7 20 02-111

WILLY VOGEL AG
Technical Sales Office
Nürtinger Straße 46
72622 Nürtingen
(++49) 70 22-5 67 36
(++49) 70 22-5 53 32
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Service worldwide

Australia, France Ireland Croatia, Slowenia


Fiji and Papua New-Guinea
VOGEL MECAFLUID S.A. DRIVERRITE INGENIEURBÜRO R. KROPEJ
FUCHS LUBRITECH Rue Robert Amy Technical Services Schloßmühlstraße 16
(AUSTRALIA) PTY LTD. 49400 Saumur Unit 10, Parkmore Industrial Est 2320 Wien-Schwechat
45-47 Wittenberg Drive, Canning Vale, (++33) 2-41 40 42 00 Long Mile Road (++43) 1-707 36 58
Perth, WA 6155 (++33) 2-41 40 42 42 Dublin 12 Ireland (++43) 1-707 73 69 13
(++61) 8-94 55 14 26 E-mail: info@mecafluid.com (+353) 1-4 50 78 33
(++61) 8-94 55 14 22 (+353) 1-4 50 97 39 New Zealand
E-mail: prwoodford@fuchslubritech.com.au United Kindom E-mail: sales@driverite.iol.ie
and Northern Ireland TRANSCONSULT LTD.
Italy P.O. Box 38955
Belgium and Luxembourg
STERLING HYDRAULICS LTD. Howick
WILLY VOGEL BELGIUM BVBA Sterling House, Crewkerne BERGER VOGEL s.r.l. Auckland
Drevandaal 5 Somerset TA 18 8LL Via Mambretti, 9 (++64) 9-576 96 28
2860 Sint-Katelijne-Waver (++44) 14 60-7 22 22 20157 Milano (++64) 9-576 96 08
(++32) 15-30 69 20 (++44) 14 60-7 23 34, 7 64 02 (++39) 02-3 32 11 51
(++32) 15-30 69 29 E-mail: pmartin@sterling-hydraulics.co.uk (++39) 02-33 32 120 The Netherlands
E-mail: info@vogel-belgium.be E-mail: schmier@tin.it
Hong Kong, China VOGEL NEDERLAND B.V.
Japan Buurserstraat 218
Denmark
WEARMAX HOLDINGS LTD. 7544 RG Enschede
POVL MØLLERS Room 18-20, 2nd Floor, Newport Centre, VOGEL JAPAN LTD. (++31) 53-4 76 51 65
MASKINFABRIK A/S 116-118 Ma Tau Kok Road 16-20, Hishie 2-chome. (++31) 53-4 77 34 35
Kimmerslevvej 3 Kowloon, Hong Kong Higashi-Osaka City E-mail: info@vogel-benelux.nl
4140 Borup (++852) 23 34 87 91 Osaka 578-0984
(++45) 57-52 62 62 (++852) 27 65 05 29 (++81) 729- 64 50 55 Norway
(++45) 57-52 64 70 E-mail: wxhlhk@netvigator.com (++81) 729- 65 12 58
E-mail: center@vogel-japan.co.jp SHELBY TEKNIKK AS
E-mail: pmb@pmb-dpf.dk
India Postboks 230
Korea Strandgaten 55
Finland
VOITH INDIA LIMITED 4379 Egersund
LAHTINEN & RIKSMAN OY P.O. Industrial Estate WOO NAM INDUSTRIAL CO. LTD. (++47) 51-49 05 00
Säynäslahdentie 6 Nacharam 88B-9L Namdong Industrial Complex (++47) 51-49 05 80
00560 Helsinki Hyderabad - 501 440 Namdong-ku
(++358) 9-55 70 41 (++91) 40- 717 35 61, Inchon City
(++358) 9-55 21 45 717 35 92, 717 14 40 (++82) 32-815 28 00
(++91) 40-717 11 41 (++82) 32-819 64 66
E-mail: christ1@satyam.net.in E-mail: WNI6464@chollian.net
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Austria Switzerland Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, ULTRA-FLOW


The Philippines LUBRICATION SYSTEMS cc
HAINZL INDUSTRIESYSTEME MAAG TECHNIC AG
Unit 15 Montague Park
GmbH. & Co. KG Sonnentalstraße 8 OSA Industries Pte. Ltd.
Stella Road, Montague Gardens
Industriezeile 56 8600 Dübendorf 1 63 Jalan Pemimpin # 03-08
Cape Town
Postfach 100 (++41) 1-8 24 91 91 Pemimpin Industrial Building
South Africa, 7441
4040 Linz (++41) 1-8 21 59 09 Singapore 577219
(++27) 21-5 51 74 96
(++43) 732-78 92 E-mail: (++65) 258-1100
(++27) 21-5 51 74 95
(++43) 732-78 92-12 zentralschmierung@maagtechnic.ch (++65) 258- 2525
E-mail: leon@ultra-flow.com
E-mail: info@hainzl.at E-mail: osa@pacific.net.sg
O. MENG
Taiwan
KARL HALWACHS FAHRZEUGTECHNINK Spain, Portugal, Marocco
GES.M.B.H. & CO. KG Florastraße 5 CHANGHUA CHEN YING
WILLY VOGEL IBERICA, S.A.
Scheibelgarten 533 3005 Bern OIL MACHINE CO., LTD.
Avd. de Suiza n° 3
2870 Aspang (++41) 31-3 52 64 26 9F., 1, Lane 83, Sec. 1,
Poligono de actividades logisticas
(++43) 26 42-525 24, 529 52 (++41) 31-8 19 53 23 Kuang Fu Road,
28820 Coslada (Madrid)
(++43) 26 42-521 63 Sanchung Taipei
(++34) 91-6 70 78 00
H. SCHUOLER Taiwan/R.O.C.
(++34) 91-6 70 78 42
Poland FAHRZEUGTECHNIK AG (++886) 2-29 99 46 49
E-mail: javier.halffter@voithiberica.com
VOITH POLSKA Sp. z.o.o. Postfach (++886) 2-29 99 46 62
Majkòw Duzy 74 Birsstraße 54 E-mail: fiva@ms6.hinet.net
South Africa
97-371 Wola Krzysztoporska 4028 Basel
(++48) 44-6 46 88 48 bis -53 (++41) 61-3 12 37 08 IMS Glory Way Industrial Co., LTD.
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E-mail: voith.polska@voith.pl P.O.Box 1976 Chung Cheng Road,
ROTECH AG Alberton, 1450 Shih Lin District
Sweden Ebriststrasse 4 (++27) 11-3 89 53 00 Taipei
8102 Oberengstringen (++27) 11-3 89 53 10 Taiwan/R.O.C.
SOMMERS INDUSTRITEKNIK AB
(++41) 1-7 75 26 26 E-mail: led@ims-i.co.za (++886) 2-28 35 02 49 / 50
Box 110 20
(++41) 1-7 50 02 64 (++886) 2-28 36 01 61
Lasbomsgatan
E-mail: gloryway@tpts5.seed.net.tw
58011 Linköping
(++46) 13-15 80 30
(++46) 13-15 05 45
E-mail: info@sommers-ind.se
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Czech Republic, United States, Canada and Mexico


Slovak Republic
VOGEL LUBRICATION, INC.
Kandt KG P.O. Box. 3
Robert-Koch-Straße 36 1008 Jefferson Avenue
20249 Hamburg Newport News, VA 23607
(++49) 40-48 06 14 30 (++1) 757-380-8585
(++49) 40-48 06 14 12 (++1) 757-380-0709
E-mail: @kandt.hamburg.com E-mail: vogel@vogel-lube.com

LUBTEC s.r.o.
Opolany 162
28907 Libice nad Cidlinou
(++420) 324-67 75 45
(++420) 324-67 71 84
E-mail: lubtec@lubtec.cz

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