Durkopp Adler 267
Durkopp Adler 267
Class 267- with subclasses
Needle system: 134-35
Needle No.: 130
Braided thread Nm : 20/3
Description of proper use or proper application:
The CL267 is a sewing head which can be used for sewing light to medium heavy sewing material. In general, such sewing material is made up of textile fibres but also leather. Such sewing materials are used by the clothing and upholstery industry. It would also be possible to make so called technical seams] with these sewing machines. However, for this application the operator of the machine(s) must have the possible dangers assessed (cooperation with Dürkopp Adler would be welcomed), as such applications are, on the one hand, relatively rare and, on the other hand, have an immensely wide range of possibilities.
Depending on the results of this assessment suitable safety measures might have to be implemented.
In general, only dry sewing material may be used on this machine. The material must not exceed 10 mm in thickness when compressed by the lowered needle butt. The material must not contain any hard objects as eye shields would otherwise have to be worn when operating the machine. However, such eye shields are currently not available.
In general, the seam will be sewn with sewing threads made of textile fibres in sizes of up to 10/3 NeB (cotton threads), 10/3 Nm (synthetic thread), or 11/3 Nm (covering twists). Using other threads would also require an assessment of the related possible dangers and risks in advance, and the implementation, where necessary, of suitable safety measures.
This sewing machine may only be put up and used in dry and clean rooms. Should the machine be used in other rooms which are not dry and clean, further measures may have to be taken which have to be agreed (see EN 60204-31: 1999).
As a manufacturer of industrial sewing machines we assume that operators who are at least semi-skilled will work at our products, so that it can be assumed that all standard operations and, where applicable, the dangers are known.