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Mounting and

Operating Manual
for
Water Chiller
Typ BR 058-31
ERL 3000 TA

Deckblatt BR 058-31 e.doc/Ausgabe 27-2010


Table of Contents

Notice 3
1 User Information 4
2 List of Danger Notices 5
2.1 Material-related dangers 6
2.2 Process-related dangers and process documentation 6
2.3 Analysis of process dangers 7
3 Designated/Intended usage 8
4 Unpacking and handling 8
5 Transport 9
6 Storage 9
7 Assembly and Installation 10
7.1 Hydraulic connection 10
7.2 Electrical connection 10
7.3 Setting up 10
7.4 General Information 11
8 Application, Function and Description 12
8.1 Description - refrigeration unit 13
8.2 Safety facilities 14
8.3 Monitoring facilities 14-15
9 Putting into operation and operating 15
9.1 Safety checks before putting into operation 15
9.2 Safety checks during operation 15
9.3 Training and performance 16
9.4 Accident analyses 16
9.5 Management of changes in personnel 16
9.6 Preparation for putting into operation 16
9.7 Switching on when putting into operation 16
10 Maintenance 17
10.1 Maintenance for the operator 17
10.2 Notes on the replacement of components 18
11 Warranty provisions 18
12 Taking out of operation 18
13 Breakdown: What is to be done if ...? 19
14 Information about Spare Parts 19
15 Details about Disposal and Recycling 19
16 Rules for the Owner/Operator 19
16.1 Rules referring to the refrigeration unit 19
16.2 Planning for emergencies and assignment 20
16.3 Operational regulations and safety practices 20

Appendices

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Notice

This document is included in the technical documentation of the companies Lahntechnik


GmbH / Duotemp Kältetechnik GmbH. All rights pertaining to this documentation, especially
the right to reproduction and distribution as well as the translation thereof lies in the hands
of the companies Lahntechnik / Duotemp Kältetechnik GmbH GmbH, even in cases of
copyright registrations.
No part of this documentation may be reproduced or reprinted, duplicated or distributed
under usage of electronic systems in whatever form without previous written consent from
the companies Lahntechnik GmbH / Duotemp Kältetechnik GmbH.
Errors and technical modifications reserved.
Lahntechnik GmbH / Duotemp Kältetechnik GmbH is not liable in any way whatsoever for
mistakes or possible mistakes in this documentation. Liability for direct and indirect
damage, the results thereof being related with the delivery or non-making use of this
documentation is excluded insofar as the law permits.

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1 User Information
The contents of these operating instructions are targeted on a number of groups of persons.
At least the relevant chapters are to be read and understood for the particular group of
persons.

Safety Instructions
Safety instructions indicated in the Operating Instructions
documentation are to be strictly adhered to at all times.
Safety instructions are labelled with a danger symbol:

The construction, layout and development of this refrigeration unit are


based on and according to the following national and international
regulations:

EC Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC

EC Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC

EC-EMC-Directive 2004/108/EC

EC Pressure Equipement Directive RL/97/23 EC

EN 378:2008 T1/T2/T3/T4 Refrigerating Systems and Heat Pumps

EN 60529 Degrees of Protection provided by Enclosures

EN ISO 12100-1, -2 Safety of Machinery

EN ISO 13857

EN 60204-1 Safety of Machinery - Electrical Equipment of Machines

EN 61000-6-2 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)- Generic Standards – “Emission“

EN 61000-6-2 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)- Generic Standards – “Immunity”

BGR 500 Accident Prevention Regulation Refrigerating Systems and Heat Pumps

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2 List of Danger Notices

The following list is not guaranteed to be fully complete. It is only an indication of the collectively
most important dangers.

Place Symbol Description How can I avoid the danger?

⇐ All maintenance work, especially electrical


work, may only be carried out by suitably
Danger through electric current trained and qualified persons
Elektric As with all electrical work, there is the ⇐ Isolate the refrigeration aggregate from the
danger of electric shocks, short- mains supply before staring maintenance work
circuits etc.
⇐ The main switch is to be fitted with a suitable
padlock

Cooling tank, cooling ⇐ Wait till parts cool down to under 40°C
system with pump, Danger through burns
⇐ Use protective gloves:
refrigeration unit with e.g. during maintenance, cleaning or
cooling medium fault corrections
piping

Complete aggregate
Danger of tripping-over through ⇐ Lay-out all conduit so that no-one can trip-over
cables and leads it and/or thereby damage it or themselves

⇐ All information about dangers has to be made


Danger through materials and easily accessible to the operators and made
Complete aggregate other substances (or the other available nearby
components thereof)
⇐ Only suitable trained personnel

⇐ Observance of the danger datasheets


Danger through internal/external
Complete aggregate
contact with vapors and liquids ⇐ Customer-sided filling of cooling medium is to
be documented

⇐ Do not stand under suspended loads


⇐ Make us of suitable and certified lifting
machinery (total weight- see technical data
page Fehler! Textmarke nicht definiert.
Complete aggregate Danger through suspended loads
⇐ Always wear safety shoes:

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2.1 Material-related dangers

Cooling agent and cooling oil


Physical data, heat resistance, chemical resistance, reactivity data, as well as chronic and acute
toxicity data are documented in safety datasheets of the manufacturer. Customers are hereby
recommended to acquire these documents.

The customer´s-own cooling medium should be documented on the side of the customer.

Corrosion tendencies on plant components: generally there is no danger of corrosion.


The tank for the cooling systems and pumps, as well as the housing components are generally
manufactured in stainless steel (CrNi-St). Therefore it cannot be ruled out that certain cooling
agents can cause corrosion over the years and thereby the possibility for leakages, especially
when the concentrations are not adhered to.

All information about dangers should be handed out and/or at least made easily available to those
persons who are either involved in the system, or the potential dangers thereby through the
individual materials.

2.2 Process-related dangers and process documentation

The pipework & instrument flowchart is presented in the operating instructions.

The cooling agent circuit is enclosed in a closed system. A systematic cooling agent leakage is not
possible.

The refrigeration unit is constructed so that it protects itself from straying above the designated
max. value and below the min. value, via

- a high-pressure cut-out
- a low-pressure cut-out
- a circuit-breaker (motor safety switch) and fuses
- a fluid level indicator

If the high-pressure cut-out fails, then the circuit will burst at its weakest point. As the cooling circuit
is enclosed in a housing, in the case of a burst, plant and persons in the surrounding area are
sufficiently protected. Cooling agent and cooling oil will however leak out In this case the safety
datasheets for the corresponding medium are to be consulted. And in addition, the deployment
regulations are to be adhered to.

If the low-pressure cut-out fails, there is a possibility of the customer-sided cooling medium
freezing. Generally the plate heat exchanger bursts internally. There is a possibility of cooling
agent and cooling oil penetrating into the customer-side cooling medium, i.e. customer-sided
medium gets into the cooling agent circuit. In this case the safety datasheets for the
corresponding medium are to be consulted. Also consult the chapter “Analysis of process
dangers“. The unit will most likely suffer the fate of a write-off.

In some models, instead of the plate heat exchanger there is a specially coiled heat transfer pipe
deployed as evaporator, which is submersed in the tank. In this case the danger of freezing is
eliminated. The need for a low-pressure cut-out is likewise relinquished.

If the fluid level indicator fails,then the customer-sided cooling medium in the tank can sink so low
that the pump(s) run dry. This can lead to overheating and the pumps catch fire.

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If the fluid tank is overfilled with customer-sided cooling medium, then this overflows. The tank
volume capacity is given in the operating instructions.

As protection against a customer-sided closed slide valve, the units have a continuous bypass,
between forward & return flows that insures that the pumps never work against a closed slide
valve. In some applications, a pressure-controlled bypass is installed, depending on customer
requirements. This only opens above a preset pressure and ensures that the system is never
exposed to to a pressure higher than that preset.

If the refrigeration system is lockable, then the circuit which is lockable is secured with an
additional high pressure switch. This means that cooling agent can never be locked in a non-
secured sub-circuit.

Technical standards are mentioned in the operating instructions.

Technical and safety-related data are listed in the operating instructions.

Electrical data for mains connection is likewise to be found in the operating instructions.

Technical classification, as well as electrical circuit diagrams are similarly to be found in the
operating instructions.

Before leaving the factory, the unit is tested thoroughly for safety, performance and function.

2.3 Analysis of process dangers

Special attention here at operational location: a series of analyses in connection with the listed
material-related and process-related dangers is to be recommended.

Special attention here at operational location: regular analysis in relation to potential for fire &
explosion danegrs, as well as aggressive media in the air and cooling medium is recommended,
e.g. via local gases or fluids, especially the danger of fire through the presence of oil mist in and
around the aggregate.

Special attention here in connection with the user on-site, a follow-up analysis in relation to the
listed material-related and process-related dangers is recommendable, e.g. max. pump pressure
(pump performance characteristics are to be found in the operating manual) in relation to the
permitted pressures of the customer-side plant components, etc.

It is recommended to carry out the analysis every 5 years.

It is recommended to deploy employees from different disciplines for the analysis.

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3. Designated/Intended Usage

This cooling medium device serves the cooling and transporting of cooling medium.
In certain cases heating has been installed. This is for heating the medium.

All inappropriate uses (normally foreseeable misuse), with incorrect cooling media is not
permitted and can:

¾ lead to life-endangering inuries to persons


¾ lead to damage to the equipment
¾ lead to unforeseeable further dangers

4. Unpacking and Handling


Before and during unpacking of the equipment, a visual check must be made to detect any
possible damage that occurred in transit.
Please be on the look-out for loose parts, dents, scratches, etc.
Any possible damage is to be reported immediately to the carrier (Note the 'Provisions for
Cases of Damage'). Otherwise the 'General Terms and Conditions for Supplies and
Services' of ZVEI (Zentralverband der Elektrotechnischen Industrie, (Central Association of
the Electrical Engineering Industry) Frankfurt/M.) in the latest version apply.
Before the packaging material is disposed of, it must be checked to see whether there are
any loose functional parts in it.
For the processing of claims under the warranty, we would ask for the exact details of the
defect (possibly a photo) as well as for the indication of the type designation and the serial
number of the equipment.
In order to protect the equipment from damage, it may only be transported and stored in the
position in which it is used. Non-observance will result in the loss of warranty.

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5 Transport

Place Symbol Description How can I avoid the danger?

⇐ Do not stand under suspended loads


⇐ Make us of suitable and certified lifting
machinery (total weight- see technical data
page Fehler! Textmarke nicht definiert.
Complete aggregate Danger through suspended loads
⇐ Always wear safety shoes:

- Take heed of the dimensions and weight in the corresponding datasheets


- Transport only with pallete bogey, fork-lift truck or lifting crane
- Transport the aggregate without water and standing
- all cran hooks if available must be evenly loadable
The use of less than the existing crane hooks are not allowed.
-

6. Storage

- Storage conditions for the product


The device is to be stored dry, free of dust and frost-free.

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7. Assembly and Installation

- Stipulations for mounting/anchouring


- Installation plan for application of the medium, cooling agent and electrics (flowchart,
dimensioned drawing, electric plan)
- Mounting & assembly conditions
- Permitted environment (temperature, humidity, vibration, electromagnetic radiation,
impacts, ...)
- Emission descriptions(e.g. vibration, noise, radiation, ...)

7.1 Hydraulic connection


Connections and the laying of piping for liquids are to be carried out by skilled and qualified
persons observing the technical rules. Facilities for bleeding the external medium circuit are
to be fitted.

7.2 Electrical connection


Electrics for cooling device according to current diagramme (see appendix).
Rotational direction is to be checked at the pump (cable connection), at the ventilator
(optical), at the compressor (loud noise). In case of the wrong rotational direction check if it
is only one component in the wrong direction, or all components. If it is only one
component, then a phase has to be changed for the component (exchange L1 and L2). If
all components are in the wrong direction then a phase has to be exchanged at the main
connection for all components involved (exchange L1 and L2).
Provide for protection by fuse(s) in accordance with the equipment’s power consumption
(see technical data on the rating plate).
ATTENTION: The mains voltage and the mains frequency
must match the rated values shown on the equipment's rating
plate.
Work on electrical systems may only be carried out by skilled
and specialised personnel. The relevant local safety
regulations are to be observed.

7.3 Setting up
Set up the cooling equipment at its intended place in such a way that the connection ends
are readily accessible.
The equipment must be set up so that it is absolutely horizontal and stable.
Setting up sheet- see Appendix.
Indoor-Setting up
The cooling aggregate is to be erected in a frost-free room on a flat, level floor with
sufficient load-carrying capacity.

Outdoor-Setting up
Installation of the unit outside requires various options: Winter pressure control,
compressor crankcase heating.
Outside mounting location must be protected by a roof with appropriate
distance to the chiller (min. 1m above fan).

Outside mounting without protection is not permitted.

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A foundation-based anchorage as well as cross-ply or vibrations damper are not
neccessary.
Cooling aggregate and consumer are generally to be based at the same level.

For other mounting positions- contact the manufacturer.


For fault-free operation of the equipment, as well as the providing corresponding free space
around for maintenance work, the minimum distances recommended are to be adhered to.

In the case of units fitted with rollers, then these rollers are to be secured in position to
protect them from rolling out of position. Many units are actually fitted with 2 rollers with
interlocks to stop them from moving once in position. Press the brake lever downwards to
lock in position.

7.4 General Information


For transportation, we recommend that the equipment’s liquid tank be emptied. For
handling please always keep the equipment in the operating position.
Work on the equipment may only be carried out by trained and qualified persons. The
appropriate safety and environmental protection regulations are to be observed. See
declaration of conformity and/or chapter 1.
The equipment was checked in the works to ensure its tightness.
It has been certified that the item of equipment was subjected to an electrical safety check
in the works before being dispatched. Hence, according to BGV A3, this relieves the
owner/operator of the obligation to carry out a check or to have a check carried out on the
electrical system of the equipment to ensure that it is in the proper working state before
the equipment is put into operation for the first time.

Operating the unit with water temperature below <12°C requires


antifreeze in adequate dosage to avoid damage caused by freezing
up, preferably Antifrogen N.
Please note that though the insert limit extends downwards the
refrigerating capacity changes considerably. Moreover the pump
capacity has to be checked. Please consult an expert before
reorganizing!

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8. Application, Function and Description

8.1 Description- refrigeration unit

Refrigeration of the user cooling medium generally takes place in an insulated open vessel
via plate heat exchanger or a special heat transfer pipe as evaporator. The heat taken up in
the cooling agent evaporator is released from the air-cooled condenser into the
surroundings or depending on model, into a local water supply über via water heat-
exchanger. Alternatively, the refrigeration unit can also be built as thru-flow cooler without
tank and pump or as a closed system or as immersion cooler.
Regulation of the medium temperature takes place via electronic temperaturre regulator or
through a customer-sided software program.
Through the installation of a time relay, there is a standstill time of 4 minutes when the
refrigeration unit is switched on(to protect the compressor from “chopping”). The
refrigeration unit does no cooling during this time! There is a possibility of a malfunction
message in this time!
Function and setting of the temperature regulator can be taken from the description.
An oil sump heating (with selector switch above a certain size) has the task of evaporating
the cooling agent from the refrigeration machine oil in case of low surroundings
temperatures and during long standstill times of the refrigeration unit. If this does not
happen, then the compressor primes with liquid, which renders the compressor a write-off.
This immediately relinquishes the warranty.
Points to be observed after long periods of standsstill and low storage or surrounding
temperature:
- Machines without selector switch are to be connected to the mains supply 24 hours before
being putting into operation. During this time the oil sump heating runs and evaporates the
cooling agent away. Then after 24 hours have passed, the unit can be put into operation.
- Units with selector switch are to be connected to the mains supply 24 hours before being
putting into operation. As soon as the selector switch is switched on, the oil sump heating
runs and evaporates the cooling agent out. The refrigeration unit can still be prepared
further for putting into operation. It can only start run-up when the selector switch is
switched off again. The selector switch can be switched off after 24 hours.

Option: Mixing Valve Control

The option Mixing Valve Control is typically used in two cases:


1. To realize different temperature levels in chillers with more than one cooling circuit
2. To realize highly accurate control of outlet temperature in systems with more than one
cooling circuit, different media, that cannot be cooled via a joint evaporator, as well as
significant variations of required cooling capacity across the different cooling circuits
3.
The option Mixing Valve Control is realized using a central water reservoir, which is cooled
down to a temperature level below the lowest required outlet temperature. From this water
reservoir for each cooling circuit either a separate heat exchanger (water / outlet medium)
is supplied or water is directly taken with a separate consumer pump into a water outlet.
Temperature control is realized via electronic controllers and temperature sensors in the
outlet of the heat exchanger or in the outlet itself in case the heat exchanger is used. The
controller actuates a 3-way-mixing-valve in the water circuit. The mixing valve controls the
outlet medium temperature in the respective cooling circuit by adjusting the mixing ratio
between cold water and warm inlet water.

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In the case of pure water outlets without heat exchanger, for each cooling circuit a
dedicated consumer pump is required in addition to the main water pump. In this case the
secondary consumer pumps must be protected against dry-run. This protection is ensured
through complete opening of the mixer valves for 2 minutes and operating the main water
pump after starting-up the chiller. After 2 minutes the secondary consumer pumps are
switched on. This ensures sufficient water supply for the secondary consumper pump after
chiller start-up.

Option: Heating
The heating has the function of heating-up the medium to a certain temperature. Switching
over from cooling to heating and reverse takes place manually or automatically at the
regulator. The temperature is controlled by the regulator. For further details see Operating
Instructions- “Regulator”.
Option: User height
A solenoid valve in the return flow to the refrigeration unit and a non-return valve in the
refrigeration unit prevent discharges, that cooling medium runs back into the tank, when a
user stands higher than the refrigeration unit and when the pump does not run, i.e. when
the refrigeration unit is switched off.
Option: Winter pressure regulation
A pressure switch in the cooling agent circuit compulsively switches the ventilator off in
case of low surrounding temperatures under 8°C, until the system has enough higher
pressure, so that a circulation of cooling agent in the system is safeguarded.
Any other or excessive/outside the intended limits use thereof is regarded as non-designed
usage.

Option: Excessive flow valve


Instead of the constant bypass, which protects the pump from a customer-sided closed
slide valve and the cooling medium runs constantly between forward and reverse flow via
the bypass, there is a pressure-controlled bypass installed in some of the units, according
to the customer requirements. This only opens above a preset pressure and ensures that
the system is never exposed to a pressure higher than that preset.

Option: Level early-warning


The use of a second level indicator enables the issuance of an early-warning when the
level in the reservoir sinks and there is a danger of a shut-off via the normal level indicator.
This allows sufficient time to refill the vessels, without the low cooler level causing a switch-
off.

Option: Reference-driven regulation


In this case no fixed values are set at the regulator. The refrigeration unit orientates itself
around a reference value via a second sensor, for example at the surrounding temperature
or at the machine bed. The temperature of the refrigeration unit is then carried through
according to the change in the refence value. What is carried through can be limited to a
certain temperature range e.g. under 15 °C or on the other hand above 35°; here the
refrigeration unit can be set automatically to a fixed value which has to be entered.

Option: Dirt trap / Filter

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A dirt trap or medium filter is installed in the medium circuit which is to be cleaned regularly,
or exchanged depending on the degree of contamination of the medium.

Option: Automatic water feed


A floating switch connected to the customer-sided mains water supply automatically feeds
water into the medium tank as soon as the water level sinks.

Option: Flow monitor


In order to be able to protect the customer-sided machine or the customer´s application 2
monitoring systems are required. One is to monitor the temperature, which takes place
through the regulator and one to monitor the flow. If the customer does not monitor the
machine or his application himself, then a flow monitor can be fitted in the refrigeration unit
return flow, which issues a signal when there is no flow or less than a minimum threshold
amount. There are flow monitors with display and without display. The signal can serve as
a warning or activate a switch-off. Generally this option is combined with under & over-
temperature messages.

Option: Accumulative error message center


All error messages flow together into the error message center where a signal is given out.
The contact is potential-free. The accumumative error message center contains not only
the unit´s-own safety facilities but also the customer-relevant monitoring facilities. Details
can be sourced from the circuit diagram.

8.2 Safety facilities

The high pressure switch protects the refrigeration unit against unnecessary high operating
pressure in the cooling agent circuit. In case of malfunction the HP switch switches the
refrigeration unit off for a minimum of 4 minutes.

The mains isolation device serves the manual switching off of the unit in case of
emergency. In some cases the refrigeration unit has to be switched off by the
user/operator.

8.3 Monitoring facilities

Thelow pressure switch protects the refrigeration unit against unnecessary low operating
pressure in the cooling agent circuit. In case of malfunction the LP switch switches the
refrigeration unit off for a minimum of 4 minutes.

The winter pressure regulator prevents low pressure malfunctions in case of low
surrounding temperatures in the unit´s run-up phase until normal operating conditions have
been established.

The overheating protection at the compressor ensures that the refrigeration unit is switched
off in cases of increased motor current. The refrigeration unit switches on again after the
compressor has cooled down.

The overheating protection at the ventilator ensures that die refrigeration unit is switched off
in cases of increased motor current. The unit switches on again after cooling down.

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Circuit-breakers interrupt the current supply to the corresponding current consumer in
cases of increased motor current and short-circuits. Circuit-breakers can be waived,
depending on the plant & components and requirements of the standards.

A level indicator monitors the level of the user medium in the tank. In cases of insufficient
medium, the refrigeration unit is switched off until the level of medium has been restored.

In own-refrigeration units there is a current flow monitor to monitor the medium flow. If the
amount of flow falls below a certain value then the refrigeration unit is switched off.

The instrumentation unit monitors certain medium temperatures. Depending on the setting,
the refrigeration unit is switched off in cases of too-high or too-low values. For further
details see the circuit diagram.

9. Putting into Operation and Operating

A documented function, performance & safety acceptance procedure is carried out during
the course of manufacture.
The refrigeration unit is thoroughly inspected and tested in all its certified operative
elements.

9.1 Safety checks before putting into operation

A complete safety inspection is carried out on the unit before leaving the factory for
delivery.

Due to a change in the operational location, a safety, health and environment check on
location at the customer is recommended before putting into operation.

The room chosen for the aggregate has to have sufficient emergency exits. If this is not the
case, then a corresponding amount of room space according to DIN EN 378 has to be
available, so that in case of a cooling agent leakage there is no danger to health caused by
the leakage of cooling agent. This is best solved through consultation with the
manufacturer.

9.2 Safety checks during operation

The owner/operator is obliged to maintain documentation of safety-related inspections for


the refrigeration aggregate (available through the supplier). It is to be ensured that such
details are available to a technical expert in case of repairs and repeat inspections. A
suitable operating manual is available from the manufacturer.

In accordance with EN 378, regular inspections by suitable capable persons are prescribed
in order to maintain the minimum regulations regarding health & safety for the refrigeration
aggregate, the carrying out thereof being in the hands of the owner/operator. These can be
entered into the operating manual available from the manufacturer. The operating manual is
compiled in accordance with legal requirements.

9.3 Training and performance

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In order to ensure safe operation of the refrigeration unit and user, personnel are to be
retrained at regular intervals and on the basis of the operating manual. Included here are
the consequences for the user when the unit is switched off. A clearly readable & concise
notice is to be positioned near to the refrigeration unit. This is contained in the operating
manual available from the manufacturer.

9.4 Accident analyses

If there is an accident, which is caused by the direct or as a result of operating the


refrigeration unit, it is recommended to include the supplier into the analysis of the accident.

9.5 Management of changes in personnel

Here it is recommended to ensure that there is always a minimum amount of experience &
knowledge in the persons operating the machine. This is especially important in times of
vacations and illness, as well as for deputisatzions and outsourcings.

An on-site list of competent operators would serve this purpose.

9.6 Preparation for putting into operation

The cooling medium appliance is a compact unit which only needs to be connected to
electrical and hydraulic supplies, and can be in operation immediately after filling with
cooling medium. Take note of oil sump heating regulations.
The recommended medium level can be taken from the technical data.
Medium connections for the external circuit are to be laid out in accordance with the
available pump pressure and the amount of pressure loss to be expected. Take care to
observe nominal diameters. Take care to observe corrosion behaviour.
Make use of the circuit diagram to observe the prescribed electrical, as well as the signal-
technical connections.
Make sure that the unit cannot fall over.
Always adhere to the safety-related points.

9.7 Switching on- putting into operation

ATTENTION. Once the tanks have been filled, the pumps immediately start running when
switched on. Take note of oil sump heating regulations (10.1).
Pumps must never be allowed to run dry. Danger of fire.
After a brief period of operation, it should be checked whether the medium has to be topped
up. Once the operating temperature has been reached, all of the screw connections should
be checked again to ensure their tightness. The cooling cuts-in itself after 4 minutes. The
heating starts-up immediately upon being selected at the regulator.

10 Maintenance

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Place Symbol Description How can I avoid the danger?
All maintenance work, especially electrical work,
may only be carried out by suitably trained and
Danger through electric current qualified persons
Elektric As with all electrical work, there is the Isolate the refrigeration aggregate from the
danger of electric shocks, short- mains supply before staring maintenance work
circuits etc.
The main switch is to be fitted with a suitable
padlock
All information about dangers has to be made
Danger through materials and easily accessible to the operators and made
Complete aggregate other substances (or the other available nearby
components thereof)
Only suitable trained personnel
Observance of the danger datasheets
Danger through internal/external
Complete aggregate
contact with liquids Customer-sided filling of cooling medium is to be
documented

¾ Wait till parts cool down to under 40°C


Danger through burns
Cooling tank, ¾ Use protective gloves:
cooling system e.g. during maintenance, cleaning or
fault corrections

Maintenance procedures are to be adhered to.

No technical changes to the refrigeration unit on the side of the customer are to be carried
out without agreement with the manufacturer.

Technical documentation for the machine is kept with the manufacturer for at least 10
years.
All changes to the documented technology are to be agreed upon with the manufacturer.

A change is only a change when it is not concerned with a homologous replacement within
the documented technology.

10.1 Maintenance for the operator

At regular intervals, the status of the cooling medium is to be checked and the medium is to
be topped up if so required.
It is recommended to check the tightness of all screw-connections in the circulations of
medium and cold water, resp. the oil circulation regularly 2 times a year.
The air intake of the pump is to be checked at regular weekly intervals for contamination i.e.
for free intake of the cooling air and cleaned if so required.
At certain prescribed time intervals, regular legally-binding leakage tests on the cooling
agent circuit have to be carried out by certified personnel. These persons have to present
their qualifications to the satisafction of the owner/operator. Test intervals are directly
dependant on the cooling agent amount and vary between yearly ( above 3kg i.e. 6kg in the
case of Hermetic systems), half-yearly (above 30kg) and quarter-yearly (above 300kg).
Tests are to be documented in one of the special manuals prepared for the unit. A suitable
operating manual is available from the manufacturer.

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Maintenance intervals for the air filter mats are dependant on the on-site condition of the
surroundings. These can be cleaned and are re-usable.

10.2 Notes on the replacement of components

Only original spare parts may be used, or only those expressly recommended by the
manufacturer.
Replacement of components is only permitted through the manufacturer or a specialist
company acting in the name of the manufacturer i.e. specialist persons known and
recommended by the manufacturer.

11 Warranty Provisions

Within the statutory warranty period, functional faults that are attributable to faulty
workmanship and/or material faults shall be rectified free of charge in the domestic market.
Abroad only the cost of material shall be borne.
All further claims, especially for consequential damage, shall be excluded
Damage and malfunctions brought about by improper handling and/or non-observance of
the operating instructions shall not fall under the warranty provisions.
The warranty shall expire if there has been any interference in the system structure or the
serial number on the item of equipment has been changed or has been rendered
unrecognisable.
The cooling equipment has been carefully checked and adjusted in the works. Should you
nevertheless have a complaint at any time, please confidently contact your contractual
partner. Please do not forget to let us have, for any possible queries, the name of the clerk
or technician responsible for the matter in hand.

To maintain your entitlement to any possible claims under the warranty please note the
following:
• Enclose with the letter an exact description of the defect.
• Enclose the evidence of purchase in the form of a copy of a delivery note or of an
invoice. Note on it the type and serial number of the item of equipment.

12 Taking out of Operation


Should the refrigeration unit be taken out of operation for longer periods of time, we
recommend switching the refrigeration unit free of voltage and removing the cooling
medium from the pumps, pipework and filter. Liability for frost damage or damage resulting
from the effects of algae will not be accepted under any situation whatsoever.

13 Breakdown: What is to be done if ...?


Should for some reason a fault/error appear during operation of the cooling equipment,
then the table which appears in the appendix will help to find a solution. In case of
uncertainty, it is always advisable to call a specialist.

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In case of emergency the Emergency telephone number 0049 (0) 170 582 64 84 is
available at all times.

14 Information about Spare Parts


See enclosed list.

15 Details about Disposal and Recycling

Environment-related requirements for the recycling, re-using and disposal of operational


materials and the refrigeration aggregate according to DIN EN 378 and ROHS Guidelines
are to be strictly adhered to. The owner/operator is solely responsible.

16 Rules for the Owner/Operator

16.1 Rules referring to the refrigeration unit

The owner/operator of the cooling equipment is obliged:


• to only allow suitably trained persons to work on the unit
• to ensure that the operating instructions are read and observed iun case of a change of
the operating personnel (especially safety instructions)
• to make sure the operating instructions are always at the workplace
• to ensure that the care & maintenance instructions are followed
• to make sure thaat the neccessary activities (e.g. maintenance) are only carried out by
suitable trained & qualified persons and groups of persons
• to train & qualify such persons and groups of persons if it is so required
• to ensure that the equipment is used only for the purpose it was designed and built for
The operators of refrigeration, air-conditioning & heating pump equipment are obliged by
law to carry out regular leakage inspections with certified personnel at certain regular
intervals. These persons have to present their qualifications to the satisafction of the
owner/operator. Test intervals are directly dependant on the cooling agent amount and
vary between yearly ( above 3kg i.e. 6kg in the case of Hermetic systems), half-yearly
(above 30kg) and quarter-yearly (above 300kg). Tests are to be documented in one of
the special manuals prepared for the unit. A suitable operating manual is available from
the manufacturer.
• It is recommended to periodically inspect and list all elements in the prescribed process-
related safety program from the owner operator. Updated information is to be entered
into this documentation.

16.2 Planning for emergencies and assignment

It is recommended to include the equipment into the emergency measures & control plan in
order to minimize potential consequences.

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16.3 Operational regulations and safety practices

Here there is a recommendation to include the operational regulations into the local
regulations.

Operating personnel must be able to understand the operational language.

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APPENDICES

1 Technical datasheet
2 Dimensional drawing(Setup)
3 System scheme
4 Pump performance characteristics
5 Electric circuit diagram
6 Troubleshooting table
7 Functional description regulator
8 Chemical requirements for circuit water
9 Conformity
10 Spare Parts recommended
Anlage 1: Technisches Datenblatt

Typ BR 058-31
Artikel-Nr. 1000000305831

Nenn-Kälteleistung kW 6,6
Wasser-Temperatur von °C 18
Nenn-Volumenstrom Mediumkreis dm³/min 1)
Luftvolumenstrom am Verflüssiger m³/h 3240
Umgebungstemp. bei Nennbetrieb °C 32
Umgebungstemperatur min/max °C/°C 10 / 42
Regel-Thermostat, EIN/AUS °C/°C 18,05/17,95

zul. Betriebsüberdruck bar 18


Hochdruckwächter Aus/Ein bar/bar 18 / 13

Kältemittel-Typ/Menge -/kg R 134a /2,5


Primärmedium -/- Trinkwasser
Tankinhalt Ltr. 150
Schalldruck in 1m Abstand dB(A) < 70

Elektrische Kenndaten
Nennspannung V 400/3/PE
Nennfrequenz Hz 50
Nenn-Leistungsaufnahme kW 4,60
Nenn-Stromaufnahme A 8,75
Schutzart IP54

Abmessungen ( ohne Anbauteile)


Höhe mm 1331
Breite mm 655,5
Tiefe mm 718,25
Leergewicht kg 87
Eintritt 1x 1“AG
Austritt 1x 1“AG

1) siehe Anlage 5 Pumpenkennlinie

Achtung: Wasser-Zusätze (z.B. Glykol) verändern die Nennleistungsdaten !


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

A A
Medium Austritt 1" Medium Eintritt 1"
medium outlet 1" medium inlet 1"
Lamellenverflüssiger
plate fin condenser

extern
Kugelhahn Kugelhahn
ball valve ball valve

B B
Hochdruckschalter
Filtertrockner high pressure switch
filter drier 18 bar Diff.5
Filtermatte
air filter PSH PC
Flüssigkeitssammler
liquid receiver

Temperaturregler Niveaugeber Trockenlauf


temperature controller levle control min Druckschalter Ventilator
C 18°C +/- 0,1K
Magnetventil
pressure switch fan C
Befüllung DN40 solenoid valve
tank filling DN40
°C
00,0
Verdichter
compressor
Heißgasbypass
hot gas bypass
Abgleichventil
alignment valves
D 12 l/min TC Expansionsventil PSL D
expansion valve
Pumpe
pump
Niederdruckschalter
M
3~
low pressure switch
Ein/on: 1,6 bar Diff. 1,8

PWT Verdampfer
PWT evaporator
E E
Wassertank isoliert
watertank isolated

Tankentleerung
tank drain

F Datum 27.07.09 - F
Version 1.0 Bearb. Gemmer Anlage/annex +
Geprüft: Gemmer Blatt :
Änderung Datum Name Norm DIN EN 1861 Urspr. Ersatz für : Erstell - Datum: 27.07.09
BR 058-31 Folge :

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Anlage 4 / annex 4

Pumpenkennlinie MTH 2-50/5


pump performance characteristic

50

45

40

35
Förderhöhe / lift of pump [m]

30

25

20

15

10
0 8 16 24 32 40 48 56
Förderstrom / delivery volume [dm³/min]

File: MTH2-110_6 Diagramm 2


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neutral_LTN_DT_F26_003

Kunde Bruker
Anlagenbezeichnung 1 BR 058-31
Anlagenbezeichnung 2 Anlage/Annex 5
Anlagenbezeichnung 3
Anlagenbezeichnung 4
Kommission

Elektrische Daten:

Netzanschluß 400 V AC
Frequenz 50 Hz
Stromaufnahme 8,75 A
Leistungsaufnahme 4,60 kW
Steuerspannung 230 V/24 V AC

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BK BK
1,5 1,5 230 V
LT2 / 4.0
BK BK
1,5 1,5

BK
1,5

BK BK rt
1,5 1,5 1,0

BK BK BK BK BK BK
1,5 1,5 1,5 1,5 1,5 1,5

1 3 5 13
-F4
0,3 A 14
1 3 5 1 3 5 I> I> I>

4.6
-Q1 -Q2 2 4 6
BK
1,5
BK
1,5
BK
1,5
4.6 2 4 6 4.7 2 4 6 LT02 / 4.0

sw sw PE
1,5 1,5 X01
PE

rt rt
1,0 1,0

rt/ws
1,0 24V
LT1 / 5.2
-W6 BK BK BK BK BK BK BK BK BK
7x1,5 4 5 6 1,5 1,5 1,5 1,5 1,5 1,5 1,5 1,5 1,5

-PE
1 3 5 13 1 3 5 13 1 3 5 13
-X01
PE
1 3 5 -F1 -F2 -F3
-Q01 5,5-8,0 A 14 0,7-1 A 14 1,8-2,5 A 14
5,76 A 0,74 A 1,9 A
I> I> I> I> I> I> I> I> I>
4.6

4.6

4.6
2 4 6
2 4 6 2 4 6 2 4 6

-W6 LT01 / 5.2


7x1,5 1 2 3

A1/D-Control A1
BK BK BK 0
1,5 1,5 1,5
TK -PE
L1 L2 L3
GND
PE
BK BK BK 24V BK BK BK
1,5 1,5 1,5 U V W 1,5 1,5 1,5 230V 0 24 V 0
E TK
x1

-B2 T1
x2

-400V -0

-X1 L1 L2 L3 N PE PE -X1 1 2 3 4 -X1 5 6 7 8 -X1 9 10 11 12

-W3 -W4 -W5


-W1
4x1,5 1 2 3 7x1,5 1 2 3 4 5 4x1,5 1 2 3
10 m Transformator
5x1,5 1 2 3 N PE
U1 V1 W1 PE U1 V1 W1 PE (XL1) Bei Entfernung dieser
M PE-Verbindung wird eine
-M1
M -M2 3~ -M3 M
3~ 0,72 kW / 1,9 A
3~ Isolationsüberwachung nach
3,42 kW / 5,76 A 0,32 kW / 0,74A
EN60204 erforderlich
Θ
Pumpe
Verdichter Ventilator

L1 L2 L3 N PE

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rt rt rt
230V 50Hz 1,0 1,0 1,0
3.9 / LT2
13 15
-Q2 1 K4
4.7 14
+0,05K
4.1 18 -X2 13
rt 4min
1,0 20 °C -W12
-W11 2x0,75
-W7 7x1 1 -0,05K 13 bn rt
2x0,75 0 1,0
K1.1
L1/2 -F1 -F10
-X2 1 3.2 14 Niveauwächter wh
L1/1 L1/3 -W11
1
3 7x1
-W11 13
-W12
P
F11 Hochdruckschalter 7x1 2 2x0,75
2 18-12 bar -F2
-W7
3.4 14 -X2 14

2x0,75 -W11
-X2 2 rt
1,0 7x1 4
rt rt
1,0 1,0
13
25,0°C
-F3 L3/4
3.6 14 K1.3
-X2 3 L3/5
-W8 -K5 1 -K6 1
4x1 1 -W11
A3 A3 7x1 5
1
P Niederdruckschalter
13
1,6-3,4 bar A4 A4
F12
4 2 -F4
-X2 6 3.8 14
-W8
4x1 3 2
rt
1,0

-X2 4 5 -X2 -PE rt


1,0
2 2
rt rt
1,0 1,0
rt
1,0
-W9 -X2 7
-W10 -X2 10

3x1 1 3x1 1

R R
Magnetventil Bybass Magnetventil Flüssigkeitsleitung
x2 x1
M4 R
-R1 M5 -R2 R R
A1 -X2 9 x1
C
x2
C
A1
K4 -W9 -X2 12
-W10
A1 A1 K7 -R4
4 min A2
3x1 2 3x1 2
-Q1 -R3 Q2 -R5 Temperaturalarm A2
C
rot Kühlung A2 Pumpen A2
1,0 C C
-X2 8 -X2 11
rot rt
1,0 1,0
3.9 / LT02 0V

15 18 4.6 1 2 3.2 14
3 4 3.2 11 5.7
12
5 6 3.2

1 2 3.6
3 4 3.6
5 6 3.6
13 14 4.1

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24 V
3.9 / LT1
rt/ws
1,0

1
F5
2A 2

W13
5.3
3x1,0qmm
Spannungsversorgung 1

11
-K7
4.9 14 12
-K1
-A1:L3/1

00,0°C OG OG OG
-A2:L3/2 -111:L2/3 -112:L2/4 -113:L2/2 1,5 1,5 1,5

W13 X3 1 2 3
5.3
3x1,0qmm -W2
x1
Spannungsversorgung 2 Θ 10 m
B1 4x1 1 2 3
x2

Temperaturalarm

rt/ws
1,0

3.9 / LT01 0V

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Klemmenplan Klemme_LTN_DT_F13_003

Leiste
Externe Ziele
X1 Interne Ziele

Zielbezeichnung Verdrahtung Brücke Funktionstext Brücke Verdrahtung Zielbezeichnung Platzierung

M1:U1 1mm² 1 Verdichter 1,5mm² F1:2 3.2

M1:V1 1mm² 2 = 1,5mm² F1:4 3.2

M1:W1 1mm² 3 = 1,5mm² F1:6 3.2

M1:PE 1mm² 4 Verdichter PE

M2 1mm² 5 Ventilator 1mm² U 3.4

M2 1mm² 6 = 1mm² V 3.4

M2 1mm² 7 = 1mm² W 3.4

M2 1mm² 8 Ventilator PE

M3:U1 1mm² 9 Pumpe 1,5mm² F3:2 3.6

M3:V1 1mm² 10 = 1,5mm² F3:4 3.6

M3:W1 1mm² 11 = 1,5mm² F3:6 3.6

M3:PE 1mm² 12 Pumpe PE

L1 Netz 1,5mm² Q01:2 3.0

L2 = 1,5mm² Q01:4 3.0

L3 = 1,5mm² Q01:6 3.0

N =

PE = 1mm² PE 3.1

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Leiste
Externe Ziele
X2 Interne Ziele

Zielbezeichnung Verdrahtung Brücke Funktionstext Brücke Verdrahtung Zielbezeichnung Platzierung

1 1mm² 1 Hochdruckschalter 1mm² Q2:14 4.1

2 Hochdruckschalter 1mm² 2 4.1

1 1mm² 3 Niederdruckschalter 1,0mm² K5:1 4.3

4 1mm² 4 = 1,0mm² K4:A1 4.1

2 1mm² 5 =

6 Niederdruckschalter PE 1mm² PE 4.2

x2 1mm² 7 Magnetventil Bypass/Niederdruck 3 1mm² K5:2 4.3

x1 1mm² 8 = 1mm² R1:C 4.3

1mm² 9 PE

R1:x1 1mm² 10 Magnetventil Flüssigkeit 1mm² K6:2 4.4

R1:x2 1mm² 11 = 1mm² R2:C 4.5

X2 1mm² 12 PE

F10:bn 1mm² 13 Niveauwächter 1,0mm² K4:15 4.6

Q2:A1 1,0mm² 14 Niveauwächter 1mm² F10:wh 4.7

PE =

PE

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Leiste
Externe Ziele
X3 Interne Ziele

Zielbezeichnung Verdrahtung Brücke Funktionstext Brücke Verdrahtung Zielbezeichnung Platzierung

1 temp.Alarm 1,5mm² K7:14 5.7

2 = 1,5mm² K7:12 5.7

3 = 1,5mm² K7:11 5.7

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Apprendix 6: Troubleshooting Table

Fault Cause Remedy


Unit doesn´t run a) Current supply severed a) Check main fuse, check mains
supply
b) Main switch in OFF-position
b) Switch On main switch
c) Regulator faulty
c) Check regulator
d) Control voltage not disconnected
d) Disconnect control voltage
e) HP- switch defective
f) LP- switch defective e) a) Inform refrigeration spe-
cialist
g) Floating switch defective
f) a) Inform refrigeration spe-
h) Flow monitor defective cialist
g) Inform customer service
h) Inform customer service
Motor circuit-breaker or Consult circuit diagram and identify
regulator problems part, then continue in the table
Cooling aggregate runs, a) Dirty air filter a) Remove dirt
however insufficient
cooling power b) Dirty condensor b) Inform refrigeration specialist
c) Shortage of cooling agent c) b) Check pump, pipework
d) Not enough medium quantity d) Provide for sufficient air
supply/exhaust
e) Air intake/exhaust blocked
e) Look for abnormal heat source

f) Too much heat development in


user
High pressure switches off a) Temperature of intake air too hot a) Clean condenser, check intake
system, provide for a better
b) Condenser fans do not turn
aeration
c) Dirty air filter b) Check condenser fans
d) Dirty condensor
c) Clean air filter
e) Housing is open and system
d) Clean condenser
intakes “wrong” air
e) Install cover plates
f) Hot air short-circuit: unit intakes its
own hot air f) Provide for a good air exhaust
g) Medium temperature beyond of g) Fill anew with cooler medium
upper limit value

Low pressure switches off a) Not enough cooling agent a) Inform refrigeration specialist
b) Cold dispersion: occasionally a blue b) Inform refrigeration specialist
greasy liquid can be seen
c) Expansion valve defective
c) Inform refrigeration specialist
d) Bubble formation in the inspection
d) Inform refrigeration specialist
glass
e) - Check tank on cleanliness
e) Medium flow impeded by - Check system on cleanliness
- pipework - Check slide valve
- control valves
- contamination
- contaminated plate exchanger f) Check medium level, refill if so
reqd.
- Closed slide valves
g) Check pump
f) Shortage of medium
g) Pump defective
h) Increase ambient temperature

h) Ambient temperature too low


Compressor switches off Motor circuit-breaker has responded, Pump motor is overheated or
because compressor uses too much defective. Inform refrigeration
current specialist
Pump switches off Motor circuit-breaker has responded, Pump motor is overheated or
because pump uses too much current defective. Call technical
assistance!
Shortage of medium Medium missing in tank Check medium level, refill if so
reqd.
Data Sheet 70.3041 Page 1/10

Type 703041/42/43/44
Compact Controller
with program function Type 703041/ ...

Brief description
The series of controllers includes four freely programmable devices in different DIN formats for
controlling temperature, pressure and other process variables. As a temperature controller (TR)
according to EN 14597 the devices are used in heat-generating plants to control the
temperature of liquids or gases (mode of action: 1B).
The high-contrast, multicolor LC display for process value, setpoint and operator prompting
contains two four-digit 7-segment displays, two single-character 16-segment displays, display
of the active setpoints, six switch position indicators, and displays for the dimensional unit,
ramp function and manual operation.
Type 703042/ ...
Simple operation through 4 keys. The instruments can be used as 2-state, 3-state, modulating
or continuous controllers. The controller software includes a program or ramp function,
parameter set changeover, two autotuning (self-optimization) procedures, a math and logic
module, as well as 4 limit comparators.
Linearizations for the usual transducers are stored, and a customer-specific linearization table
can be programmed.
A setup program is available for user-friendly configuration from a PC.
A serial interface for RS422/485 or Profibus-DP can be used to integrate the instruments into a
data network. Type 703043/ ...
The electrical connection is made at the back, via screw terminals.
The possible input and output configurations are shown in the following block diagram. The
option boards are universally applicable for all instruments in the series.

Block structure
Analog input 2 relays (changeover)
(make contact at type 703041)

2 logic inputs 2 logic outputs


Type 703044/ ...

Supply voltage
17V / 20mA
for 2-wire transmitter
only at type 703042/43/44 Key features
Option 1
+ Max. two programmable analog inputs
+ Four programmable setpoints,
Option 2 two parameter sets
+ Program function with 8 segments,
or ramp function
Option 3
only for type 703042/43/44
+ Math and logic module
+ 4 limit comparators
Option boards: + Two timer functions
– Analog input – 1 solid-state relay + Two self-optimization procedures
– 2 logic inputs – Analog output (voltage/current) + Fast, user-friendly configuration through
– 1 relay 230V/8A (changeover) – RS422/485 interface the setup program with program editor
– 2 relays 230V/3A (make contact)
with common pole
– PROFIBUS-DP interface
+ RS422/485 interface
+ PROFIBUS-DP interface

Approvals/marks of conformity (see technical data)

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Self-optimization Functions of the outputs Timers


Standard features include the tried and tested – Analog input variables Two timers are available for time-dependent
self-optimization, which makes it possible for – Math control. The status of the timers can be
the controller to be matched to the control – Process value switched through to the logic outputs or
loop by a user who is not a control technology – Setpoint internally processed for the activation or de-
expert. – Ramp end value activation of time-dependent processes.
This functions by evaluating the response of – Control deviation
the control loop to specific changes in the – Output level Setup program (accessory)
manipulating variable. Either an oscillatory – Controller outputs
method or a step-response test can be – Limit comparators The setup program for configuring the
selected. The step-response test is used, for – Control contacts instrument is available in English, French and
example, in the plastics industry or in – Logic inputs German. Using a PC, you can create and edit
processes where the oscillatory method – Logic formula sets of data, and transfer them to the
cannot be employed. The controller – Program end controller or read them out from the
parameters that are calculated are: – Timer signals instrument. The data sets are stored and
proportional band, reset time, derivative time, – Program/automatic signal managed.
cycle time and filter time constant. The setup program can be expanded through
Ramp function additional program modules.
Customer-specific Program editor
Either a rising or a falling ramp function can be For the easy creation of programs.
linearization used (increase or decrease in the setpoint). Startup
In addition to the linearizations for the usual The change in setpoint value SP at t0 is the To check the control-loop behavior.
final value for the ramp. The ramp starts with
transducers, a customer-specific linearization
the setpoint at time t0. The slope of the ramp
can also be created. The programming is
carried out in the setup program, in the form can be programmed; the sign (direction) of the
slope is given by the relationship between the
of a table of values or a formula.
setpoint at time t0 and the SP value. When the
supply voltage is switched on, the ramp
User data function starts with the momentary process
Parameters which are frequently changed by value.
the user can be combined at the operating
level under “User data” (only through the
setup program).

Math and logic module


Order details: Extra code 214
The math module makes it possible to
combine values such as the setpoints, output
levels and measurements from the analog
inputs into a mathematical formula.
The logic module can be used, for instance, to Displays and controls
make a logical combination of logic inputs
and limit comparator states.
Up to two math or logic formulae can be
entered through the setup program, and the
results of the calculations can be presented at
the outputs or used for internal purposes.

Special types of controller


Order details: Extra codes 217, 218 and 219
The instrument can be operated as a
differential, humidity or ratio controller.

Logic functions (1) 7-segment display (factory setting: process value)


four-digit, red; decimal place is configurable (automatic adjustment on display overflow)
– Start/cancel self-optimization (2) Active setpoint (factory setting: SP1)
– Change to manual mode
SP1, SP2, SP3, SP4 (SP=setpoint); green;
– Hold/cancel ramp
(3) 7-segment display (factory setting: setpoint)
– Controller off
– Setpoint changeover four-digit, green; decimal place is configurable,
– Parameter set switching also used for operator prompting (display of parameter and level symbols)
– Key/level inhibit (4) Keys
– Text display (5) Indication
– Display off yellow, for
– Acknowledge limit comparators - switch status of logic outputs 1—6 (display lights up = ON)
– Program start/hold/cancel - ramp/program function is active
– Timer start/stop - active manual operation
The logic functions can be combined with one (6) 16-segment display for the unit °C/°F and text
another (only through the setup program). two-digit, green; with symbols for h, min, %
additional display options through the setup program

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Program function Interfaces


RS422/RS485 interface
The serial interface is used for communication
with higher-level (supervisory) systems.
The Modbus protocol is used for
transmission.

PROFIBUS-DP
The Profibus-DP interface can be used to
integrate the controller into a fieldbus system
operating according to the Profibus-DP
standard. This Profibus version is especially
designed for communication between
automation systems and decentralized
peripheral devices at the field level, and
A setpoint profile can be implemented with a maximum of 8 program segments. The settings optimized for speed.
for the segment setpoints (SPP1 — SPP8) and segment times (tP1 — tP8) are carried out at the Data transmission is made serially, using the
user level. The time scale can be configured as mm:ss or hh:mm (s = seconds, h = hours). RS485 standard.
A program-end signal can be generated, and the program can be halted or canceled. GSD generator, the project-planning tool that
Further functions can be defined through the setup program (start at process value, cyclical is supplied with the package (GSD =
program handling, segment-by-segment assignment of parameter sets and four control Gerätestammdaten, i.e. device data), is used
contacts). The program profile can also be visualized. to make a selection of device characteristics
for the controller to create a standardized
Warm-up ramp for hot-channel controller GSD file that is used to integrate the controller
The warm-up ramp for hot-channel equipment is used, for example, for the gentle operation of into the fieldbus system.
ceramic heater elements. Damage can be avoided by allowing moisture to evaporate slowly
from the hygroscopic heater elements during the warm-up phase.

Parameter level
All the parameters and their meanings are included in the table. Some parameters may be missing or meaningless for a particular type
of controller. Two parameter sets can be stored, to handle special applications.
Parameter Value range Factory Meaning
setting
Proportional band 0 to 9999 digits 0 digits Size of the proportional band
0 means that the controller structure is out of action!
Derivative time 0 to 9999 sec 80 sec Influences the differential component
of the controller output signal
Reset time 0 to 9999 sec 350 sec Influences the integral component of the controller output
signal
Cycle time 0 to 999.9 sec 20.0 sec When using a switched output, the cycle time should
be chosen so that the energy flow to the process is as
continuous as is practicable without overloading the switching
elements.
Contact spacing 0 to 999.9 digits 0.0 digits The spacing between the two control contacts for 3-state or
modulating controllers
Switching differential 0 to 999.9 digits 1.0 digits Hysteresis for switching controllers
with proportional band = 0
Actuator time 5 to 3000 sec 60 sec Actuator time range used by the control valve for modulating
controllers
Working point -100 to +100% 0% The output level for P and PD controllers (if x = w then y = Y0)
Output level limiting 0 to 100% 100% The maximum limit for the output level
-100 to +100 % -100% The minimum limit for the output level

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Technical data
Thermocouple input
Designation Measuring range Measuring accuracy Ambient
temperature error
Fe-Con L -200 to + 900°C ≤0.25% 100 ppm /°C
Fe-Con J EN 60584 -200 to +1200°C ≤0.25% 100 ppm /°C
Fe-Con U -200 to + 600°C ≤0.25% 100 ppm /°C
Cu-Con T EN 60584 -200 to + 400°C ≤0.25% 100 ppm /°C
NiCr-Ni K EN 60584 -200 to +1372°C ≤0.25% 100 ppm /°C
NiCr-Con E EN 60584 -200 to +1000°C ≤0.25% 100 ppm /°C
NiCrSi-NiSi N EN 60584 -100 to +1300°C ≤0.25% 100 ppm /°C
Pt10Rh-Pt S EN 60584 0 to 1768°C ≤0.25% 100 ppm /°C
Pt13Rh-Pt R EN 60584 0 to 1768°C ≤0.25% 100 ppm /°C
Pt30Rh-Pt6Rh B EN 60584 0 to 1820°C ≤0.25% in the range 300 to 1820°C 100 ppm /°C
W5Re-W26Re C 0 to 2320 °C ≤0.25% 100 ppm /°C
W3Re-W25Re D 0 to 2495 °C ≤0.25% 100 ppm /°C
W3Re-W26Re 0 to 2400 °C ≤0.25% 100 ppm /°C
Cold junction Pt100, internal

Input for resistance thermometer


Designation Connection Measuring range Measuring accuracy Ambient
temperature error
3-/4-wire 2-wire
Pt100 EN 60751 (factory setting) 2-wire / 3-wire / 4-wire -200 to +850°C ≤0.05% ≤0.4% 50 ppm / °C
Pt500 EN 60751 2-wire / 3-wire / 4-wire -200 to +850°C ≤0.2% ≤0.4% 100 ppm /°C
Pt1000 EN 60751 2-wire / 3-wire / 4-wire -200 to +850°C ≤0.1% ≤0.2% 50 ppm /°C
KTY11-6 2-wire -50 to +150°C ≤2.0% 50 ppm /°C
Sensor lead resistance max. 30Ω per lead for 3-wire or 4-wire circuit
Measuring current approx. 250µA
Lead compensation Not required for 3-wire or 4-wire circuit. With a 2-wire circuit, the lead resistance can be
compensated in software by a correction of the process value.

Input for standard signals


Designation Measuring range Measuring Ambient
accuracy temperature error
Voltage 0(2) — 10V ≤0.05% 100 ppm / °C
0 — 1V ≤0.05% 100 ppm / °C
Input resistance RIN > 100kΩ
Current 0(4) — 20mA, voltage drop ≤ 1.5V ≤0.05% 100 ppm / °C
Heating current 0 — 50mA AC ≤1% 100 ppm / °C
Resistance transmitter min. 100Ω, max. 4kΩ ±4Ω 100 ppm / °C

Logic inputs
Floating contacts

Measuring circuit monitoring


In the event of a fault, the outputs move to a defined (configurable) status.
Sensor Overrange / Probe or lead short-circuit Probe or lead break
underrange
Thermocouple • - •
Resistance thermometer • • •
Voltage 2 — 10V • • •
0 — 10V • - -
0 — 1V • - -
Current 4 — 20mA • • •
0 — 20mA • - -
Resistance transmitter - - •
• = recognized - = not recognized

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Outputs
Relay (changeover)
for type 703042/43/44
contact rating 5A at 230VAC resistive load 1
contact life 350,000 operations at rated load / 750,000 operations at 1A
Relay (changeover) (option)
contact rating 8A at 230V AC resistive load 1
contact life 100,000 operations at rated load / 350,000 operations at 3A
Relay (make)
for type 703041
contact rating 3A at 230VAC resistive load
contact life 150,000 operations at rated load / 350,000 at 1A
Relay (changeover) (option)
contact rating 3A at 230VAC resistive load
contact life 350,000 operations at rated load / 900,000 operations at 1A
Logic output 0/12V / 30mA max. (sum of all output currents) or
0/18V / 25mA max. (sum of all output currents)
Solid-state relay (option) The holding current of the triac is at least 50mA.
contact rating 1A at 230V
protection circuitry varistor
Voltage (option)
output signals 0 — 10V / 2 — 10V
load resistance Rload ≥ 500Ω
accuracy ≤ 0.5%
Current (option)
output signals 0 — 20mA / 4 — 20mA
load resistance Rload ≤500Ω
accuracy ≤ 0.5%
Supply voltage for electrically isolated, not stabilized
2-wire transmitter
for type 703042/43/44
voltage 17V DC at 20mA load, 25V DC with no load
1. 3A with devices certified to DIN EN 14597

Controller
Controller type 2-state controller (factory setting),
3-state controller, modulating controller, continuous controller
Controller structures P, PD, PI, PID
A/D converter dynamic resolution up to 16-bit
Sampling time 50msec, 90msec, 150msec, 250msec (factory setting: 250msec)

Electrical data
Supply voltage (switchmode PSU) 110—240V AC -15/+10%, 48 — 63Hz
20—30V AC/DC, 48—63Hz
Electrical safety Type 703041: to EN 61010, Part 1
Type 703042/43/44: to EN 60730
overvoltage category III, pollution degree 2
Power consumption Type 703041: max. 8VA; type 703042/43/44: max. 13VA
Data backup EEPROM
Electrical connection at the back, via screw terminals,
conductor cross-section up to 2.5mm2
with core ferrules (length: 10mm)
Electromagnetic compatibility EN 61326-1
Interference emission Class B
Interference immunity to industrial requirements

Housing
Housing type plastic housing for panel mounting to IEC 61554
Depth behind panel 90 mm
Ambient/storage temperature range 0 to 55°C / -30 to +70°C
Climatic conditions rel. humidity ≤90% annual mean, no condensation
Operating position horizontal
Protection to EN 60529, front IP65 / back IP20
Weight (fully fitted) Type 703041: approx. 220g
Type 703042/43: approx. 380g
Type 703044: approx. 490g

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Interface
Modbus
Interface type RS422/485
Protocol Modbus, Modbus Integer
Baud rate 9600, 19200, 38400
Device address 0 — 255
Max. number of nodes 32
PROFIBUS
Device address 0 — 255

DIN approved sensors for operation in air


Sensor type Temperature range1 Nom. length mm Process connection
Resistance thermometers 2 x Pt 100 -170 ... +700°C 500, 700, 1000 Sliding stop flange
acc. to data sheet 90.2006 2 x Pt 100 -170 ... +700°C 500, 700, 1000 Screwed pipe joint G1/2
Thermocouples 2 x NiCr-Ni, type „K“ -35 ... +800°C 500, 700, 1000 Sliding stop flange
acc. to data sheet 90.1006 2 x FeCuNi, type „L“ -35 ... +700°C 500, 700, 1000
2 x NiCr-Ni, type „K“ -35 ... +1000°C 250, 355, 500
1 x Pt10Rh-Pt, type „S“ 0 ... 1300°C 250, 355, 500
2 x Pt10Rh-Pt, type „S“ 0 ... 1300°C 250, 355, 500
1 x Pt30Rh-Pt6Rh, type „B“ 600 ... 1500°C 250, 355, 500
2 x Pt30Rh-Pt6Rh, type „B“ 600 ... 1500°C 250, 355, 500
1. This is the sensor temperature range. The approval of the device does only apply to the temperature ranges listed on page 4/10.

DIN approved sensors for operation in water and oill


Sensor type Temperatur range1 Fitting length mm Process connection
Resistance thermometers 1 x Pt 100 -40 ... +400°C 100 Screw fitting G1/2
acc. to data sheet 90.2006 2 x Pt 100 100
2 x Pt 100 -170 ... +550°C 65 ... 670 Screwed pipe joint G1/2
1 x Pt 100 65 ... 670
1 x Pt 100 -170 ... +480°C 250 Screw fitting G1/2
2 x Pt 100 250
1 x Pt 100 -40 ... +480°C 100, 160, 220 Weld-in pocket
1 x Pt 100 -40 ... +400°C 190
2 x Pt 100 -40 ... +400°C 190
2 x Pt 100 -40 ... +480°C 100, 160, 220
3 x Pt 100 -40 ... +400°C 100, 160, 220
1 x Pt 100 -170 ... +480°C 100, 160, 220
Thermocouples 2 x NiCr-Ni, type „K“ -35 ... +550°C 65 ... 670 Screwed pipe joint G1/2
acc. to data sheet 90.1006 1 x NiCr-Ni, type „K“ 65 ... 670
2 x FeCuNi, type „L“ 65 ... 670
1 x FeCuNi, type „L“ 65 ... 670
1 x Fe-CuNi, type „L“ -35 ... +480°C 220 Weld-in pocket
2 x Fe-CuNi, type „L“ 220
1. This is the sensor temperature range. The approval of the device does only apply to the temperature ranges listed on page 4/10.

Approvals/marks of conformity
Mark of Testing laboratory Certificates/certification Test basis valid for
conformity numbers
DIN DIN CERTCO Register No. TR118707 DIN EN 14597 all types
GL - Hardware Germanischer Lloyd Type Approval Certificate GL-Approval 703044/191-320-23/214, 062
GL - Software No. 45 059-07 HH Category C, EMC1
c UL us Underwriters Laboratories E 201387 UL 61010-1 all types
CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 61010-1

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Connection diagram, type 703041

1 2 3 Terminal strip 3
L1

Supply
L1(L+) L1 L+
1 1 L+
110 — 240V AC 20 — 30V AC/DC
N(L-) N
2 N L-
2 L-

3 3 3 3
4 4 4 4 P
230V/3A (logic output 1)
5 5 5 S

Outputs
6 6 6 6
7 7 7 7 P
230V/3A (logic output 2)
8 8 8 8 S

Terminal strip 2
Resistance Resistance Resistance Resistance Thermo- Current Voltage Voltage Terminal assignment of strip 1
thermometer thermometer thermometer transmitter couple 0(2)—10V 0 —1V for analog input 2

1 + 1 5
? E Ux

Option 1

Option 2
input 1

2 + - + 2 6
? ? S Ux
3 -
Ix - / Ix~
+ - 3 7
A
4 - 4 8

6 bin1 Logic input 1 Out3 (+) Logic output 3 Logic output level 12V or 18V
Logic

7 or Out4 (+) Logic output 4 (see order details)


bin2 Logic input 2
8 GND GND (-)
configurable

Terminal strip 1
Analog 2 logic Analog Relay 2 relays Solid-state PROFIBUS RS422 RS485
input inputs output (changeover) (make) relay

1 3 Ö 5 VP (+5 V) RxD +
Option 1

2 Analog input 2
connection as for
4
U x / Ix
+ P RxD/TxD-P (B) RxD -
analog input 1
3 GND - S 8 RxD/TxD-N (A) TxD + RxD/TxD +

4 Logic input 3+4 Analog output 5 Logic output 5 Logic output 5+8 Logic output 5 DGND TxD - RxD/TxD -
5 5 VP (+5 V) RxD +
Option 2

6 Analog input 2
connection as for
6
U x / Ix
+ (not possible) (not possible) RxD/TxD-P (B) RxD -
analog input 1
7 GND - RxD/TxD-N (A) TxD + RxD/TxD +

8 Logic input 5+6 Analog output 6 Logic output 6 DGND TxD - RxD/TxD -

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Connection diagram, type 703042/43/44

1 2 3 Terminal strip 3

Supply
L1 L1
L1(L+) L+
L+
1 1 N
N
110 — 240V AC 20 — 30V AC/DC
N(L+) L- L-
2 2
3 3
4 4
4 4
5 5
6 6
5 6 +
8 8 Supply voltage for 2-wire transmitter

U=
6 7 U= 17V/20mA
(off-load voltage approx. 25V)
7 8 9 9 -

8 9
10
11 11 Ö

12 12 P 230V/3A (logic output 1)


13 13 S
Outputs

9
10 15 15 Ö

11 16 16 P 230V/3A (logic output 2)


12 17 17 S

Terminal strip 2

RTD RTD RTD Resistance Thermo- Current Voltage Voltage Terminal assignment of strip 1
transmitter couple 0(2)—10V 0—1V for analog input 2

1 + 1 5 9
? E Ux

Option 3
Option 1

Option 2
Input 1

2 + - + 2 6 10
? ? S Ux
3 -
Ix - / Ix~
+ - 3 7 11
A
4 - 4 8 12

6 bin1 Logic input 1


7 bin2 Logic input 2
Binary

8 Out3 (+) Logic output 3 Logic output level 12V or 18V


(see order details)
9 Out4 (+) Logic output 4

10 GND GND (-)

Terminal strip 1
Analog 2 logic Analog Relay 2 relays Solid-state PROFIBUS RS422 RS485
input inputs output (changeover) (make) relay

1 3 Ö 5 VP (+5 V) RxD +
Option 1

2 Analog input 2
connection as for
4
Ux
+ P RxD/TxD-P (B) RxD -
analog input 1
3 GND - S 8 RxD/TxD-N (A) TxD + RxD/TxD +

4 Logic input 3+4 Analog output 5 Logic output 5 Logic output 5+8 Logic output 5 DGND TxD - RxD/TxD -

5 5 Ö 6 VP (+5 V) RxD +
Option 2

6 Analog input 2
connection as for
6
Ux
+ P RxD/TxD-P (B) RxD -
analog input 1
7 GND - S 9 RxD/TxD-N (A) TxD + RxD/TxD +

8 Logic input 5+6 Analog output 6 Logic output 6 Logic output 6+9 Logic output 6 DGND TxD - RxD/TxD -

9 7 Ö 7 VP (+5 V) RxD +
Option 3

10 Analog input 2
connection as for
8
Ux
+ P RxD/TxD-P (B) RxD -
analog input 1
11 GND - S 10 RxD/TxD-N (A) TxD + RxD/TxD +

12 Logic input 7+8 Analog output 7 Logic output 7 Logic output 7+0 Logic output 7 DGND TxD - RxD/TxD -

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Dimensions
Type 703041 Type 703042/43

Type 703044

Close mounting
Minimum spacing of panel cut-outs
Type horizontal vertical
without setup connector:
703041 11mm 30mm
703042 (portrait format) 11mm 30mm
703043 (landscape fmt.) 30mm 11mm
703044 11mm 30mm
with setup connector (see arrow):
703041 11mm 65mm
703042 (portrait format) 11mm 65mm
703043 (landscape fmt.) 65mm 11mm
703044 11mm 65mm

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Order details
Basic type
703041 Type 703041, format 48mm x 48mm
incl. 1 analog input, 2 relays and 2 logic inputs or 2 logic outputs
703042 Type 703042, format 48mm x 96mm (portrait format)
incl. 1 analog and 2 logic inputs, 2 relays and 2 logic outputs
703043 Type 703043, format 96mm x 48mm (landscape format)
incl. 1 analog and 2 logic inputs, 2 relays and 2 logic outputs
703044 Type 703044, format 96mm x 96mm
incl. 1 analog and 2 logic inputs, 2 relays and 2 logic outputs

Basic type extensions


1 Basic type 1
Version
8 Standard, with factory settings
9 Programming to customer specification
Logic outputs (2 available as standard)
1 0 / 12V
2 0 / 18V

Type 703042/43/44 Type 703041 (no option 3)


1 2 3 Option slots Max. number Max. number Option 1 Option 2
0 0 0 not used X X
1 1 1 Analog input 2 (universal) 1 1 X X
2 2 2 Relay (changeover) 2 1 X -
3 3 3 2 relays (make contact) 2 1 X -
4 4 4 Analog output 2 2 X X
5 5 5 2 logic inputs 2 1 X X
6 6 6 Solid-state relay 1A 2 2 X X
7 7 7 RS422/485 interface 1 1 X X
8 8 8 Profibus-DP interface 1 1 X X
X = available in this option slot, - = not available in this option slot

Supply voltage
2 3 110 — 240V AC -15/+10%, 48 — 63Hz
2 5 AC/DC 20…30V, 48…63Hz

Extra codes
0 0 0 none
2 1 4 Math and logic module
2 1 7 Ratio controller (requirement: 2 analog inputs)
2 1 8 Differential controller (requirement: 2 analog inputs)
2 1 9 Humidity controller (requirement: 2 analog inputs)

Approvals
0 0 0 none
0 5 6 DIN EN 14597
Type 703044 with GL approval on request

/ 1 – – / ,

703041 / 1 8 1 – 1 4 0 – 2 3 / 0 0 0 ,

Scope of delivery: - 1 controller


- 1 seal
- mounting brackets
- 1 operating manual B70.3041.0 (format DIN A6)

A CD with demo setup software and PDF documents (operating manual and other documentation) can be ordered separately.

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Annex 9 Aspect: colourless, clear, free from oil and grease

Water constituents + caracteristic values Unit

pH-value under consideration of the SI-index 7 to 9


Saturation index (SI) (Delta pH-value) - 0,2 < 0 < + 0,2
Total hardness of water °dH <6
Conductivity müS/cm 10 .. 500
Filtered substances mg/l < 30
Chlorides mg/l < 100
Free chlorine mg/l < 0,5
Hydrosulphide H2S mg/l < 0,05
Ammonia (NH3/NH4+) mg/l <2
Sulphate mg/l < 100
Hydrogen carbonate mg/l < 300
Hydrogen carbonate / Sulphate mg/l >1
Sulphide mg/l <1
Nitrate mg/l < 100
Nitrite mg/l < 0,1
Dissolved ferrum mg/l < 0,2
Manganese mg/l < 0,1
Free aggressive carbon acid mg/l < 20
APPENDICES 10

EC - Declaration of conformity

The manufacturer: Lahntechnik GmbH,


Taunusstraße 10
D-56377 Nassau
Tel.: +49(0)2604-9555-0

herewith declares that the following products:

Product designation: Water recooler / Oil recooler


Type designation: AC, BL, BR, CH, LM, UC,OKM,KES

comply with all essential requirements of the Machinery Directive (2006/42/EC).


In addition, the machinery is in conformity with the EC Directives (2006/95/EC) relating to
electrical equipment and (2004/108/EC) relating to electromagnetic compatibility and
(RL/97/23/EC) relating to pressure equipment.

The following harmonized standards were used:

DIN EN 12100-1 Safety of Machinery – Basic Concepts, General Principles for Design
– Part 1 Basic Terminology, Methodology

DIN EN 12100-2 Safety of Machinery – Basic Concepts, General Principles for Design
– Part 2 Technical Principles

DIN EN 60204-1 Safety of Machinery – Electrical Equipment of Machines, Part 1:


General Requirements

DIN EN 378:2008 Part 1 to 4 Refrigerating Systems and Heat Pumps

The manufacturer is certified according to DIN ISO 9001:2008 by ZDH-Zert, Reg.-No.: Q1 0105127

Responsible for documentation: Mr. Lars Gemmer, Tel.: +49(0)2604-9555-112

Nassau, 10 Dec. 2009

Dieter Keuser
Managing Director
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