Measurements of the noise issued by the machine indicate that the equivalent noise level is such as to maintain
the daily level to which the operators are exposed within a value of less than 70 dBA. This measurement was
made with a sound level meter set at a distance of about 1.6 m from the machine and at a height of 2 m,
operated (no-load) at a PTO rotation rate of 450 rpm on grassy land. Please also note that the machine is
normally used outdoors and that the position occupied by the operator is seated in the driving seat of the tractor.
Also consult the prescriptions listed in the tractor use and maintenance manual.
During normal operation, the machine will not transmit appreciable vibrations to the tractor or, thus, to the
operator. These vibrations are less than 2.5 m/sec2. to the operator's upper limbs and less than 0.5m/sec•'. to
the seated part of the operator's body. Consult the tractor manual for the vibrations transmitted by the tractor
The mower has been built in compliance with the accident prevention regulations in force and therefore the
manufacturer cannot be held responsible for damage resulting from:
Use of the machine with faulty or missing guards
Improper use of the machine
Use of the machine by untrained or unauthorised personnel
Incorrect assembly of the mower;
Use of the mower on the wrong tractor;
Lack of maintenance
Unauthorised modifications or work carried out on the machine
Use of non-original spare parts or those which are not specific to the machine
Failure to observe all or some of the instructions & exceptional weather conditions.
DELIVERY OF THE MOWER
All mowers are tested in our plants to ensure that all moving parts operate correctly. All items are thoroughly
checked before dispatch or delivery. When the implement is received, always check that it has not been
damaged during transport. Contact your dealer if such damage is discovered.
The machine is usually delivered partially disassembled and wrapped in a heat-sealed film. The disassembled
parts are contained inside the packing, attached firmly to the machine
Hoisting & Handling the Packed Machine
Do not place the packed machines on top of each other as the packing is not designed to be piled up.
Hoisting with a Forklift
Open the forks as wide as possible, hoist the machine using a lift truck, with an adequate carrying capacity to lift
the machine, checking its weight in the table on page 15. Check that the load is stable and well positioned on
the truck forks.
Keep the load as low as possible when moving the implement. This will ensure greater stability and visibility.
Hoisting with a Crane or Bridge Crane
There is a small eyelet in the upper part of the machine to facilitate its hoisting. When hoisting the machine, only
hook up to this eyelet, not any other part. Take care to avoid swinging the load as this could be hazardous for
the operator and the machine could be damaged. Use chains, cables and hooks whose capacity is greater than
the load to be hoisted. Take particular care to use chains or cables that are intact and show no signs of fraying
or wear, which could put the user's safety at risk.