Ground Fixed Capella
1. Attach the steel legs to the resonators of the instrument with the M8x60 security screws and lock washers. (See Assembly Guide)
2. Attach Ground Fixings to base of legs (See Ground Fix Post Installation Sheet)
3. Excavate 2 holes for the Steel legs 250mm diameter by 450mm deep in desired location upon decision from customer.
4. Locate (lower) legs into holes making sure they are vertical and level prior to concreting in place.
5. Once happy with location of the Instrument, fill holes using rapid hardening concrete. Be sure to compact concrete around legs and leave to dry according to manufactures guidelines.
6. Attach the 1 pair of beater to the saddle strap on the leg. (1.3)
M8x30 CSK Security Screw x8
M8x60 Security Screw x8
M6x20 Security Screw x4
M6 Saddle Strap x2
M8 Barrel Nut x8
Pair Small Red Beaters x2
Ground Fix Components
M10x30 Security Screw x4
M10 Nyloc Nut x4
M10 BZP Nut x8
M10x200 Threaded bar x4
Spares available from percussionplay.com or from your local distributor.
Assembly Guide: Components List
M8x60 Pin torx X8
Saddle Strap X2
M6x20 Pin torx X4
M10x30 Pin torx X4
M8 Barrel Nut Pin torx X8
M8x30 CSK Pin torx X8
M10 Nut X8
M10x200 Threaded Bar X2
M10 ST.ST Nyloc Nut X4
TX30 Driver Bit x1
TX40 DRiver Bit x1
Thread Lock Solution Required (not supplied).
Ground Fix Post Installation
1. Insert 1 bar into bottom of each of the 4 square legs with M10x30mm Screws and ST.ST Nyloc Nuts.
2. Fix Bars with M10x200mm Bar and 4 X BZP Nuts.
3. Excavate a hole with a 250mm diameter tapering down to 350mm diameter and 500mm depth.
4. Compact base of hole with 50mm of aggregate. Lower ground Fix post attached of instrument into hole (check instrument straight and level before filling with concrete).
5. Fill hole with fast drying concrete to manufacturers specifications.
Duplicate points 1-5. Capella requires 2 Ground Fix Assemblies.
Foundations should not present a hazard. These foundations are recommended as a guide, for more information on foundation details for various surface see Part 1 of BS EN 1176.
500mm min depth.