To ensure a correct installation it is recommended that the installation should be done
by qualified personnel only.

Always install the vibrator with thermal overload protection!
If an overload protection is not used, the vibrator can be destroyed and warranty would be void.
Do not allow motor current to exceed nameplate rating.
If vibrator is operated continuously with line current above nameplate rating,
it will be damaged!

Thermistors and thermostats are intended for motor winding protection or to limit
external motor surface temperatures-they complement but do not replace overload protection.
Fuses are surge protectors and will complement thermal overloads.
Fuses can not be used as thermal overloads and do not replace thermal overloads.

Do not use multiple vibrators with only a single overload
Each motor needs its own dedicated overload.

Temperature
Vibrator is designed for an ambient temperature range of -25°F to 105°F
For operations beyond these limits please consult factory since bearing lubrication
schedules are different and vibrator might require a rating change.

Storage
If the vibrator motor is to be stored for a long period the location must be covered. Ambient temperature should be between 400 and 120º F and relative humidity should not be higher than 60%.

Noise
After a longer operating period, the increased radial clearance of the bearing, together with the elimination of the excess grease, causes a normal increase of the noise of the vibrator motor. In certain applications, the combination of machine/vibrator motor can cause noise emissions high enough to require the use of individual ear protectors.