drying enhanced cabinet for drying wet, wet clothes and shoes for 8 sets

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CE – Certificate NO.3-159-196/2017 TECHNICAL DATA Dimensions HxWxD, mm 1881 × 1804 × 624 Office for drying clothes. Inner dimensions:... read more
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CE – Certificate NO.3-159-196/2017


  • Dimensions HxWxD, mm 1881 × 1804 × 624
  • Office for drying clothes. Inner dimensions: 1830 × 1194 × 558
  • Weight: 176 kg
  • RAL Color
  • Power 220V / 50Hz
  • Power consumption: el/engine 60 – W
  • Heating element – 3000 W
  • Power Cord Length – 2.5 meters

Possibility of manufacturing from high quality stainless steel!

Cabinet is being delvireved in an unassembled form.


1.1 Drying cases RANGER-8B (hereinafter referred to as a cabinet or a product) are designed for drying both wet and wet clothing and footwear, sports uniforms and equipment.

1.2 Drying cases can be used in the construction, drilling stations, pro- duction rooms, ice palaces, ice rinks, skiing centers, fitness centers.

1.3 Drying cases are prefabricated structures, delivered unassembled. The order of assembly is described in the assembly instructions SHKF.11.00 MI

1.4 Nominal values ​​of climatic factors GOST 15150-69 UHL 4.

1.5 Before using the product read carefully this passport, which contains information about the device cabinets, rules of their use, storage and transportation.




3.1 Drying cabinet is a metal body consisting of two external and one internal (separates the cabinet into two compartments) frames with fixed to them walls, cross members connecting the frame, the cover, the bottom panel for installing pipes, the rear wall and the three doors, which lock into two bolt locks.

3.2 In the lower right part of the body is embedded air heating unit with 2 supply fan, 2 heating elements and controls for each pair of fan-heater.

3.3 The clothes drying compartment mounted removable shelf and bar for hangers. department size allows you to place no more than 8 sets of clothing for optimal drying – for PTNBS-8B

3.4 Within the department for drying shoes is a panel that allows you to set 16 nozzles – for PTNBS-8B (screwed). Number of nozzles allows simultaneous drying 8 pairs of shoes – for PTNBS-8B.

3.5 The presence of three temperature regimes (ventilation, heating to 40˚C, heating to 60˚C) allows the dry clothes and shoes of different fabrics and materials, including heat-sensitive.

3.6 The cabinet has a built-in timer off after 4 hours, which is usually sufficient for complete drying of clothes and shoes. If necessary, there is a “endless work” mode to unplugging manually.

3.7 The cabinet includes two standard flange for connection to a ventilation.


5.2 Control Switches

5.2.1. Switch “Temperature” control the mode of heating and has 3 positions (the left panel) and 2 positions (right panel): mode of ventilation without heat, “Vent.” Weak heating, about 40 degrees, “40” full heating, about 60 degrees “60 “(only for the separation of clothes drying)

5.2.2. Switch the “Mode” set manual or automatic operation of the cabinet, and turns on and off the cabinet. Off “Off.” Auto mode “Auto.”, automatic shut-off after 4 hours of the cabinet. Manual “Manual.” Handheld enclosure shutdown mode.

5.3 Light indication

5.3.1. Light “Temperature” indicator light is illuminated when the heating element. do not glow in the cooling mode, the heating element. flashing with a period of 0.5 seconds when the heating element is switched off. indicator flashes in synchronization with the “Mode” in standby mode. flashes alternately with the indicator “Mode” in the emergency mode.

5.3.2. The LED “Mode” is permanently on when you turn on automatic “Auto.” Or manual “Manual.” Modes. indicator flashes in synchronization with the “temperature” in standby mode. flashes alternately with the indication “temperature” in the emergency mode. 5.4 Management (one principle for both control panels). The design of the power unit and the location of the steam blower, heating element allows for drying in both offices at the same time or separately.

5.4.1. Start enclosure (drying in both locations) Add wet clothes inside compartments for clothes, shoes to wear on the tubes separating shoe and close the door. The switches “Temperature” to set the desired temperature range for each department. Switch “Mode” to enable automatic or manual mode for each department. When the automatic mode. “Auto” runs timer indication procedure: LED “Temperature” goes out and the indicator light “Mode” first goes out for 2 seconds, then the light flashes indicates the time work on the factory settings timer (1 time, if installed 1 hour, 2 times, 2 hours or if etc.), then turns off for 2 seconds and after that the cabinet is included in the automatic mode. When the manual mode, the cabinet is turned on immediately.

5.4.2. Turn off the enclosure Switch the “Mode” set to “Off.”, At the same time turn on cooling mode the heating elements (if they were included in the work). Fans and spend 4 minutes, and then go into standby mode.

5.4.3. Standby mode If the cabinet is connected to the power supply, then the position “Off.” Switch “Mode” is turned standby mode, with four LEDs blink synchronously.

5.4.4. Changes in temperature during operation During the cabinet if desired, you can change the temperature mode switch “temperature” in any of the three positions.

5.4.5. Restarting the cabinet after a pause Attention! When switching to automatic mode from “Off”. (After a pause), the clock starts at zero.

5.4.6. “Emergency Stop” mode Activated automatically for each pair of fan-heating element upon detection of an emergency: the overheating of the heating element (controlled by a bimetallic temperature sensor), burnout of the heating element, which automatically turns off the heating element, both LEDs flash alternately. Exiting the “emergency stop” is possible only through “waiting” mode. To do this, you must manually set the switch “Mode” to “Off.”.

5.4.7. When drying in any one compartment management principle is similar to and made appropriate, this separation, control panel.

5.5 Accommodation for drying clothes

5.5.1. Drying cabinet has one shelf and beam hanger.

5.5.2. Placing a garment can be shelved by folding and podveshiva- tion by conventional “coat hanger”.

5.5.3. For better drying efficiency, do not place clothes on the closet shelf in a horizontal position

5.5.4. Long garments hang from the walls of the enclosure, and the short closer to the center.

5.5.5. Do not overload the cabinet, or to dry clothes evenly, leave space between clothing.

5.5.6. Avoid co-drying of heavy and light things, they require different drying times. 5.6 Accommodation for drying shoes.

5.6.1. The Office for drying shoes can be set 16 (12) pipes, so they can be placed for drying 8 (5 ÷ 6) pairs of shoes (see para. 3.4).

5.6.2. Placing shoes on the nozzles can be in any position.


6.1 Drying oven is designed to be used and stored indoors only.

6.2 Drying oven may be used at ambient temperatures below 5 C.

6.3 Make sure that the mains voltage as specified in the data sheet.

6.4 Do not use the closet young children and infirm persons.

6.5 Carefully follow the instructions of the manufacturer of clothing, footwear and articles relating to the drying.

6.6 Regularly clean the interior of the cabinet, do not allow dust and dirt on the outer surfaces of the cabinet.

6.7 Before proceeding to clean the cabinet, make sure that it is unplugged and has cooled down completely. The case can be cleaned with a slightly damp, lint-free cloth.

6.8 Before cleaning the cabinet, as well as in case it is turned off for an extended period, disconnect it from the network.

6.9 Place the cabinet only on secure, level surface, allowing heating to 80 ° C.

6.10 Do not use for drying cupboard items, shoes and clothes soaked in gasoline and other flammable and flammable liquids.

6.11 It is forbidden to use the closet for drying items of the foam and the like.

6.12 The first time the cabinet may cause lung foreign smell. In this case, you need to ventilate the room, the smell quickly disappears.

6.13 Hood moist air using the cabinet can be done in two ways:

6.13.1. connecting to an exhaust channel using corrugated pipe (not supplied).

6.13.2. without being connected to an exhaust channel by exhaust ventilation of the room. In this case, there will be a high humidity in the room and you need extra ventilation.

6.14 Power Requirements

6.14.1. Wardrobe is connected to single-phase power supply 220 ÷ 230V 50 ÷ 60 Hz grounded wall outlet.

6.14.2. The power outlet should be installed and grounded according to the regulations in force.

6.14.3. Wardrobe can not be connected is fixed, only with plug and socket.

6.14.4. The electrical outlet should be positioned so as to be able to quickly pull the plug out of the socket.

6.14.5. The cabinet comes ready to use with an electrical wire 2.5 m long and with a grounded plug.

6.14.6. Cabinet must be connected to the main wire to the ground under the current standard, and have its own fuse group.

6.14.7. The manufacturer is not liable in the case of not connecting properly to the power of the cabinet.

6.15 Protection against overheating

6.15.1. This drying cabinet is equipped with overheating protection. It automatically turns off the heating elements of the cabinet in the event of overheating.

6.15.2. If this happens, turn off the rack, remove the rack from the mains, wait about 30 minutes to let it cool. Then turn on the cabinet in the desired mode, the device should work fine.

6.15.3. ATTENTION! It is strictly forbidden to place any objects on the top cover of the enclosure. This can lead to air restriction into the cabinet, resulting in overheating, deterioration of clothing, footwear and things in the cabinet and breakage of the product.