Ground Fixed Freechimes
Installation Instructions

1. Carefully lay 2 x legs on a level
surface and check distance
between legs is equal. Line up
pre drilled holes in the
backboards with the holes in legs
and ensure the instrument is
aligned square with the legs. Fix
in place using M8x40mm screws
supplied (see installation guide).
2. Attach Ground Fixings to base
of legs (See Ground Fix Post
Installation Sheet).
3. Excavate 2 holes on site of
installation minimum 500mm
deep ( adjust depth according to
age range for intended players).
4. Carefully raise the instrument
from the ground with legs
attached and locate (lower) legs
into holesmaking sure they are
vertical and level prior to
concreting in place. (See Ground
Fix Sheet).
5. Once happy with location and
levels, fill holes using rapid
hardening concrete. Be sure to
compact concrete around legs
and leave to dry according to
manufactures guidelines.
6. Beaters can be fixed to
Steel posts with fixings
provided.


Instrument Components

M10x200 Threaded Bar x4
M10 Nut x8
M6x20mm Secure Screw X4
Eye Straps X2
M8x40mm Secure Screw X4



Assembly Guide: Components List

Saddle Strap X2
M8 Lock washer X4
M8x40 Pin torx X4
M10 Nut X8
M10x200 Threaded Bar X4
M6x20 Pin torx X4
Pair Small Beaters X1

Tools:
TX 30 Driver Bit x1
TX 40 Driver Bit x1

Ground Fix Components:
Thread Lock Solution Required (Not Supplied)


Spares available from percussionplay.com or from your local distributor
Ground Fix Post Installation

1. Insert M10x 150 Threaded
bar into pre drilled holes
in Ground Fixing Post
2. Fix M10x 150 Threaded
bar in place using M10
Nuts
3. Excavate 7 holes with a
250mm diameter tapering
down to 350mm diameter.
4. Compact base of hole with
50mm of aggregate.
Lower ground Fix post
attached to instrument
into hole (check
instrument straight and
level before filling with
concrete).
5. Fix hole with fast drying
concrete to manufacturers
specifications.


Ground Fix Installation

1. Carefully lay 2 x legs on a level surface.
Line up pre drilled holes in the
backboards with the legs and ensure the
instrument is aligned square with the
legs. Fix in place using 8x70mm screws
supplied.
2. Excavate 2 holes with a 250mm diameter
tapering down to 350mm diameter and
minimum 650mm depth
3. Compact base of hole with 50mm of
aggregate. Lower ground Fix posts
attached to instrument into hole (check
instrument straight and level, and at
correct height before filling with
concrete)
1. Fill holes with fast drying concrete to
manufacturers specifications. If posts
protrude above instrument they can be
cut down.