Installation Instructions Flat Pack

1. Assemble frame and notes
as shown in images 1.2, 1.3
and 1.4(see Assembly Guide)
2. Using M10 nuts and
200mm bolts supplied locate
through pre drilled holes and
secure bolts in place to
support in ground pole in
concrete. 3 Bars per leg at
120 degree angles. (1.3)
3.Excavate 2 holes for the
Marimba legs 250mm
diameter by 300mm 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 Marimba, fill holes
using rapid hardening
concrete. Be sure to compact
concrete around legs and
leave to dry according to
manufactures guidelines.


Ground Fixed
Instrument Components:
M8x60 Security Screw
x2 M8 Barrel Nut
x4 Assembly Guide PPMARI
M10x200 Bolt x6
M10 Nut x12
M8 Square Nut X4
Pair Large Red Beaters X2

Tools:
TX 40 Driver Bit x1
TX 30 Driver Bit x1
BS EN 1176
Thread Lock Solution Required
Thread Lock Solution Required Thread Lock Solution Required

Components:

M6x20 Security Screw
x4 M6 Saddle Strap
x4 M10 Nut X12
M10x200 Threaded Bar X6
COMPONENTS LIST:
M8x60 Pin torx X4
M8 Barrel Nut Pin torx X4
PPMARI FRONT
PPMARI SIDE
M8 Square nut X4
Saddle Strap X2
M6x20 Pin torx X4
M10 Nut X6
M10x200 Threaded Bar X3
Saddle Strap X3
M6x20 Pin torx X6
M8x60 Pin torx X2
COMPONENTS LIST:
Spares available from percussionplay.com or from your local distributor

Assembly Guide: COMPONENTS LIST

M10 Nut X12
M10x200 Threaded Bar X6
M8x60 Pin torx X4
M8 Barrel Nut Pin torx X4
M8 Square nut X4
Saddle Strap X2
M6x20 Pin torx X4

Tools:
TX40 Driver Bit x1
TX30 Driver Bit x1
Ground Fix Installation

1. Excavate 2 holes with a
250mm diameter tapering
down to 350mm diameter
and 350mm depth
2. Compact base of each
hole with 50mm of
aggregate. Lower ground
the instrument into hole
(check instrument straight
and level before filling
with concrete)
3. Fill hole with fast drying
concrete to manufacturers
specifications.

If Marimba needs
to be positioned
lower a deeper
hole can be
excavated.

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.