Knife Mill GM 200
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Manual Knife Mill GM 200 Translation © Retsch GmbH, 42781 Haan, Retsch-Allee 1-5, Germany | 05.08.2020 Version 0002

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Copyright © Copyright by Retsch GmbH Retsch-Allee 1-5 42781 Haan Germany

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1 Notes on the manual This manual provides technical guidelines for the safe operation of the device. Read this manual through carefully before installing, putting into service and operating the device. Reading and understanding this manual is essential for handling the device safely and as intended. This manual does not contain any repair instructions. Please contact your supplier or contact Retsch GmbH directly if anything is unclear or you have questions about these guidelines or the device, or in the case of any faults or necessary repairs. You can find further information about your...

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Safety Safety Officer The operating company itself must ensure the following with respect to persons authorised to work on the device: − that they have read and understood all regulations contained in the chapter on safety; − that they are aware before they start work of all instructions and regulations for the target group related to the work; − that they have easy access to the manual for this device at all times; − that they have been familiarised with the safe and correct handling of the device before starting work on it, by means of a verbal introduction by a competent person and/or...

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2.1 Explanations of the Safety Instructions The following warnings in this manual warn of possible risks and damage: Risk of fatal injuries Source of danger − Possible consequences if the danger is ignored. • Instructions and information on how to avoid the risk. Fatal or serious injuries may result if the “Danger” sign is disregarded. There is a very high risk of a life-threatening accident or lasting personal injury. The signal word DANGER is additionally used in the running text or in instructions. Risk of life-threatening or serious injuries Source of danger − Possible consequences if...

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Type of damage to property Source of the damage to property − Possible consequences if the information is ignored. • Instructions and information on how to avoid the damage to property. Damage to property may result if the information is disregarded. The signal word NOTICE is additionally used in the running text or in instructions. 2.2 General Safety Instructions CAUTION Risk of injury Lack of knowledge of the manual − The manual contains all safety-related information. Disregarding the manual can therefore lead to injuries. • Read the manual carefully before operating the device. Risk of...

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2.3 Repairs This manual does not contain any repair instructions. For safety reasons, repairs may only be carried out by Retsch GmbH or an authorised representative or by qualified service technicians. In case of repair, please inform… …the Retsch GmbH representative in your country, …your supplier, or …Retsch GmbH directly. Service address

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2.4 Intended use of the device The Knife Mill GM 200 is a laboratory device that has been designed for the grinding and homogenisation of soft to medium-hard materials. Dry materials and those containing water can similarly be processed, as can greasy, oily or fibrous materials. Examples of different materials: - Pharmaceutical products (soap, sugar-coated tablets) Animal feedstuffs (pellets, cereals) Fresh food (fish, meat, vegetables, lettuce) Plant parts Processed food (cheese, spices, ham, cold meats) Confectionary Oily materials (cocoa nibs, nuts, oilseeds) Frozen foods Dry fruit and...

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I have read and taken note of the contents of all chapters in this manual as well as all safety instructions and warnings. User Surname, first name (block letters) Place, date and signature Managing operator or service technician Surname, first name (block letters) Place, date and signature

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Technical Data 3 Technical Data 3.1 Protective Equipment - This device is equipped with an automatic hood lock. The locking mechanism prevents the device from being started when in an unsafe state. - The device can only be started when the hood is closed. - It is only possible to open the hood when the device has come to a halt. - In the event of a failure, there is an additional electric emergency brake, which brings the knife insert to a halt in a fraction of a second also from top speed. - IP42 (IP20 in the area of the ventilation slots) A CAUTION Risk of injury caused by not hearing...

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Technical Data At these operating conditions, the workplace related equivalent continuous sound level Leq = 73.9 dB(A). 3.6 Motor Rotation Speed The motor rated speed depends on the type of grinding: - Cutting: 2 000 - 10 000 rpm (in steps of 500 rpm) - Cutting with Boost function: 14 000 rpm - Hit and impact grinding: 2 000 - 4 000 rpm (in steps of 500 rpm) - Weight: ~ 10 kg (without grinding container, without knife insert) 3.8 Required Floor Space A CAUTION Risk of injury caused by the device falling down Incorrect installation of the device - Due to its weight, the device can cause...

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Technical Data 3.9 Receptacle Volume The receptacle volume (feed volume) depends on the sample material and on the device configuration and setting. − Feed volume: max. 700 ml 3.10 Feed Grain Size The feed grain size depends on the sample material and on the device configuration and setting. − Feed grain size: ≤ 40 mm

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Packaging, Transport and Installation Packaging, Transport and Installation WARNING Risk of cuts Falling machine or parts of the machine − The machine may fall down while it is being unpacked, and the blade insert can lead to cuts. • Remove the machine carefully from the packaging. • Place the machine on a firm stand. 4.1 Packaging The packaging has been adapted to the mode of transport. It complies with the generally applicable packaging guidelines. Complaint or return Keeping the packaging − Inadequate packaging and insufficient securing of the device can jeopardise the warranty claim in...

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