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EN Mini recooling units (liquid cooling system)

SK 3318.600
SK 3318.610
SK 3319.600
SK 3319.610
SK 3320.600
SK 3334.600
Installation, operating and maintenance instructions

Doku.-Nr. Revision: V.01 Date 18.04.2008

0045
Contents
Contents 5.5.3 External activation (option) .......... 11
5.5.4 Connect the recooling unit to the
1 Notes on documentation ............. 3 PLC ..................................................... 11
1.1 Other valid documents ................3 5.5.5 Connect an external room
1.2 CE conformity..............................3 temperature sensor (optional) .... 12
1.3 Retention of documents ..............3 5.5.6 Install filter mats (optional)........... 12
1.4 Symbols used..............................3
6 Commissioning ............................ 13
2 Safety instructions ........................ 4 6.1.1 Frost protection ............................... 13
2.1 Risks in case of failure to observe 6.2 Fill the recooling unit with cooling
the safety instructions..................4 medium ..................................... 13
2.2 Safety instructions for the 6.3 Vent the cooling medium pump 14
operating company / operator .....4
2.3 Safety instructions for installation,
7 Operation ....................................... 15
inspection and maintenance work 7.1 Control components.................. 15
.....................................................4 7.2 Key functions ............................ 15
2.4 Inadmissible operating modes ....4 7.2.1 Key functions during operation... 15
2.5 Health risks associated with the 7.2.2 Key functions during
refrigerant R134a and anti freeze parameterisation ............................. 16
agent ...........................................4 7.3 Fixed setpoint control or
2.5.1 First aid measures ............................4 combined control ...................... 16
2.5.2 In case of fire......................................4 7.4 Meaning of the control parameters
2.5.3 Protective measures during repair .................................................. 17
work.......................................................4 7.5 Meaning of the error codes....... 19
3 Device description......................... 5 7.6 Alarm relay contacts ................. 21
3.1 General functional description.....6 7.7 PLC outputs .............................. 21
3.1.1 Controller .............................................6 8 Inspection and servicing ........... 21
3.1.2 Safety features ..................................6 8.1 Servicing of the cooled medium
3.1.3 Filter mats ...........................................7 circuit......................................... 22
3.2 Proper usage...............................7 8.2 Service the cooling refrigerant
3.3 Scope of supply...........................7 circuit......................................... 23
8.3 Clean the condenser................. 23
4 Transport.......................................... 7 8.4 Clean the filter mat (option) ...... 24
5 Assembly and connection .......... 8 8.5 Drain the tank ........................... 24
5.1 Dimensions..................................8 9 Troubleshooting .......................... 24
5.1.1 Dimensions of 3318.6xx and
3319.6xx ..............................................8 10 Decommissioning and disposal
5.1.2 Dimensions of 3320.6xx and 25
3334.6xx ..............................................8 10.1 Decommissioning for a longer
5.2 Requirements governing the shutdown................................... 25
installation site.............................9 10.2 Decommissioning and disposal 25
5.3 Site the recooling unit..................9 11 Technical specifications ........... 26
5.4 Connect the hydraulic system .....9
12 Guarantee and customer service
5.5 Make the electrical connections 10
28
5.5.1 Connect the voltage supply .........11
5.5.2 Connect the alarm relay polling 13 Appendix........................................ 29
system ................................................11
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1 Notes on documentation
13.1 PID-Flow diagram for 3318.600 1 Notes on documentation
and 3319.600 ............................29 EN
These instructions are aimed at installation technicians
13.2 PID-Flow diagram for 3318.610 and operators who are familiar with the installation and
and 3319.610 ............................30 operation of the recooling unit.
Essential information
13.3 PID-Flow diagram for 3320.6xx
It is very important to study these operating instructions
and 3334.6xx.............................31 carefully prior to commissioning.
13.4 Electrical circuit diagram for The manufacturer cannot accept any liability for dam-
3318.6xx and 3319.6xx .............34 age or operating problems resulting from non-
13.5 Electrical circuit diagram for observance of these operating instructions.
3320.6xx and 3334.6xx .............35 1.1 Other valid documents
13.6 Lists of spareparts.....................36 The flow chart and electrical circuit diagram belonging
to your specific unit should be observed in conjunction
with these operating instructions – see chapter 13.
1.2 CE conformity
The declaration of conformity is enclosed with these
installation and operating instructions as a separate
document.
1.3 Retention of documents
These instructions and all associated documents shall
constitute an integral part of the product. They must be
supplied to the plant operator. The plant operator shall
be responsible for storage of the documents, to ensure
that they are readily available when needed.
1.4 Symbols used
Please observe the following safety instructions and
other notes in this guide:

Safety and other instructions:


Danger!
Immediate danger to life and limb!

Risk of burns!
Risk of injury from contact with hot flu-
ids!

Risk of cuts!
Risk of injury from contact with the
membranes of the condenser!

Danger!
Dangerous high voltage!

Caution!
Potential risk for recooling unit

Caution!
Potential hazarde from the expulsion of
refrigerant

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2 Safety instructions
The unit should not be installed outside without the
EN Note!
protection of a roof, or in explosive or aggressive envi-
ronments.
Useful information and special features.
Never position the unit on unstable surfaces or on
surfaces not designed to hold the weight of the recool-
Symbol for an instructed action: ing unit.
• The bullet point indicates that you are required to Never circumvent the electrical safety devices in order
perform an action. to operate the recooling unit.
2 Safety instructions 2.4 Inadmissible operating modes
Please observe the following general safety instruc- The operational reliability of the recooling unit supplied
tions when installing and operating the recooling unit: is only guaranteed if used for its intended purpose –
− Assembly, installation and servicing must only be see chapter 3.2. The limit values given in the technical
carried out by qualified specialists. data must in no case be exceeded.
− Only use original spare parts and accessories The unit is not suitable for the direct cooling of fluids
authorised by the manufacturer to ensure the pro- used in the food industry (such as drinking water).
tection and safety of this recooling unit. Use of other Risk of explosion!
parts will exempt us from all liability. The use of the system for cooling in-
− Do not make any alterations to the recooling unit flammable substances is prohibited.
that have not been agreed with and approved by the
manufacturer. 2.5 Health risks associated with the re-
In addition, it is essential that you observe the special frigerant R134a and anti freeze
safety instructions listed under individual activities in agent
the various chapters.
The refrigerant is a gas which liquefies under pressure.
2.1 Risks in case of failure to observe Please observe the enclosed safety data sheet R134a.
the safety instructions The anti freeze is a liquid. Please observe the en-
closed safety data sheet “Antifrogen N”
Failure to observe the safety instructions may pose a
hazard for personnel, as well as for the environment
and the system. Failure to observe the safety instruc- 2.5.1 First aid measures
tions will negate your right to claim damages. (refer to safety data sheet R134a and Antifrogen N)
2.2 Safety instructions for the operating
company / operator
2.5.2 In case of fire
Any existing contact hazard protection for moving parts
must not be removed from units while operational. Suitable extinguisher media
Electrical voltage is dangerous – do not remove the All known extinguisher media may be used.
switchbox cover!
2.3 Safety instructions for installation, 2.5.3 Protective measures during repair
inspection and maintenance work work
Personal safety measures
As a general principle, cleaning and maintenance work
may only be carried out with the unit switched off. It is Ensure adequate ventilation.
crucial to ensure that the unit is disconnected from the Personal safety equipment
power supply and secured to prevent it from being Hand protection: Protective gloves
switched on again. It is vital to observe the procedure
for shutting down the recooling unit as outlined in the Eye protection: Safety glasses
operating instructions. Body protection: Wear safety shoes when handling
Immediately after the completion of this work the safety compressed gas cylinder
and protective system must be re-attached or its func-
tion restored.
Conversion of and changes to the recooling unit are
inadmissible.
All work to the cooling circuit must only be carried out
by qualified staff as per the definition in BGR500 chap-
ter 2.35 / EN 378.
Caution!
Potential risk for the recooling unit

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3 Device description
3 Device description EN
Recooling units are used for the centralised, cost-
effective cooling and supply of a cooling medium (in
this case: water, or water + anti freeze fluid) where the
place where cooling is used is spatially separate from
the place where the cooling effect is generated. The
cooled medium is supplied via a pipeline system.

Fig. 3 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx viewed from the front

Fig. 1 3318.6xx and 3319.6xx viewed from the front

Fig. 4 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx viewed from the rear


8
7 Key to Figs. 3 and 4
6 5 4
1 Louvred grille for air outlet (two-piece)
Fig. 2 3318.6xx and 3319.6xx viewed from the rear 2 Controller-Display
3 Liquid level display for cooled medium
Key to Figs. 1 and 2 4 Tank fill nozzle cooled medium
1 Name plate 5 Name plate
2 Controller-Display 6 Louvred grille for air inlet (two-piece)
7 Tank drain nozzle for maintenance, transportation and
3 Louvred grille for air inlet
disposal of the cooled medium
4 Louvred grille for air outlet 8 Cable gland
5 Cable gland 9 Cooled medium outlet
6 Cooled medium outlet 10 Cooled medium inlet
7 Tank drain nozzle for maintenance, transportation and The units are equipped with a supply tank for the cool-
disposal of the cooled medium ing medium which is open to the atmosphere. Only
8 Cooled medium inlet cooling unit models 3318.600 and 3319.600 have a
closed cooling medium cycle, 2.5 bar.

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3 Device description
For closed recooling units, we recommend the installa- heat is dissipated to the ambient air via the surface of
EN tion of a pressure manometer 0 – 6 bar in the cooled the condenser (1), causing the refrigerant to be lique-
medium cycle. fied again.
It is then injected via a thermostatic expansion valve
3.1 General functional description
(4) into the evaporator coil (12), whereupon it relaxes
and is therefore able to absorb the heat from the
1 2 cooled medium (water, water/glycol mixture) inside the
14
evaporator coil.
P
3 The cooled medium is transported to the equipment in
a closed circuit via the pump (9) and cooled medium
13
4 tank (10). The flow monitor (11) ensures that the
evaporator coil (12) is protected from freezing in the
12
5 event of a flow deficiency. The level monitor (5, op-
6 tional) ensures that the pump (9) is protected against
running dry. The temperature sensor (6) in the tank is
7
used to regulate the inlet temperature of the cooled
medium (water or water/glycol mixture).
Flow charts for the individual unit types may be found
S 10 8
11 in chapter 13.

9 3.1.1 Controller
The recooling units are fitted with a controller for set-
Fig. 5 Cooling circuit (schematic view, as illustrated by the ting the functions of the recooling unit. Operating states
example of units with an open coolant cycle) are shown on a display, and parameters may be set
using the input keys.
Key:
1 Condenser, air-cooled
2 Condenser fan
3.1.2 Safety features
3 Filter dryer − The recooling unit has a component-tested pres-
sure-operated switch to EN 12 263 in the cooling
4 Expansion valve
circuit, which is set to the maximum permissible
5 Water level monitor (optional) pressure (PS). If the pressure drops, the unit contin-
6 Temperature sensor ues to operate thanks to an automatic reset device
7 Filler nozzle (Autoreset).
8 Tank drain − Temperature monitoring prevents the evaporator
9 Cooled medium pump coil from icing over. If there is a risk of icing, the
10 Cooled medium tank compressor switches itself off and automatically
11 Flow monitor switches itself back on again at higher tempera-
tures.
12 Evaporator coil (plate heat exchanger)
13 Compressor − The refrigerant compressor motor and the fan mo-
tors are equipped with thermal winding protection
14 Pressure-operated switch
switches to protect against excess current and ex-
The recooling unit is comprised of the four principal cess temperatures.
components evaporator coil (12), refrigerant compres-
− In order to ensure a safe, problem-free start-up of
sor (13), condenser (1) with fan (2) and the control
the compressor (e.g. upon reaching the setpoint
resp. expansion valve (4), which are connected to one
temperature or in the event of a malfunction), the
another by pipes. A pressure-operated switch (14)
compressor automatically switches itself back on
limits the maximum pressure in the refrigerant cycle.
with a delay of 180 s.
Refrigerant R134a (CH2FCF3) is chlorine-free. Its
ozone destruction potential is 0. − The recooling unit has two integral floating contacts
A filter dryer (3) which is integrated into the hermeti- as fault signal contacts (refer to the circuit diagram
cally sealed cooling circuit provides effective protection for the specific unit type, sections 13.4 and 13.5).
against moisture, acid, dirt particles, and foreign bod- Individual fault messages may be polled with an ex-
ies. A thermostat with temperature sensor (6) ensures ternal PLC controller via an integral sub-D socket.
that the cooled medium is kept at a preset tempera-
ture.
In the evaporator coil (12), the liquid refrigerant is con-
verted to a gaseous state. The energy needed for this
purpose is taken from the cooled medium in the plate
heat exchanger, which has the effect of cooling it
down. The refrigerant is heavily compressed in the
compressor (13). In this way, the refrigerant attains a
higher temperature level than the ambient air. This
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4 Transport
3.1.3 Filter mats 4 Transport
If the ambient air contains coarse particles of dust and
EN
Where the cooled medium is water:
lint, we recommend using an additional fleece filter mat If the recooling unit is to be stored or tansported at
(available as an accessory) in the recooling unit (pre- temperatures below freezing, you must drain the cool-
pared for installation). Depending on the level of dust, ed medium circuit completely and rinse it out with a
you will need to replace the filter at regular intervals. wa-ter/glycol mixture to prevent frost damage. This
For air containing oil mist, we recommend the use of also applies to the external condenser cooling circuit
metal filter mats (available as an accessory). These with a water-cooled condenser (option).
may be cleaned with suitable detergents and reused. • Always transport the recooling unit in its original
There is an automatic filter mat monitor integrated into packaging until commissioned for the first time. In
the recooling units (switched off as standard). This case of damage, please notify the manufacturer
device measures the level of contamination of the filter immediately.
mat by comparing the ambient temperature with the air When transporting the recooling system, the weight
outlet filter on the condenser. As the level of contami- specified on the name plate must be taken into consid-
nation of the filter mat increases, the pressure in the eration.
cooling circuit rises, and so does the air outlet tem-
perature, triggering an error message. • Use lifting gear with a suitable minimum load capac-
ity.
3.2 Proper usage To avoid transport damages to the device, please pro-
Rittal recooling units were developed and designed in ceed as follows:
accordance with the state of the art and the recognised • Always transport the unit in an upright position.
rules governing technical safety. Nevertheless, if used
improperly, they may pose a threat to life and limb or
cause damage to property.
The Mini SK recooling units described in these instruc- 1
tions are intended solely for the cooling of water or a
water/glycol mixture.
When using other fluids (such as deionised water),
please refer to the technical data contained in the ap-
pendix, or contact the manufacturer. Under no circum-
stances must the limit values given in the technical
data be exceeded.
Risk of explosion!
The use of the system for cooling flam-
mable or explosive substances is prohib-
ited.

3.3 Scope of supply


The unit is supplied in a packaging unit in a fully as-
sembled state.
• Please check the delivery for completeness.
• Check the packaging carefully for signs of damage.
Traces of oil on damaged packaging indicates a loss Fig. 6 Eyebolt for transportation (331x.6xx shown here as
of refrigerant. The unit may have a leak. Any pack- an example)
aging damage may be the cause of a subsequent
functional failure. • Only transport the unit on the supplied pallet, using
the eyebolt provided (1).
Qty. Description
• Avoid heavy vibrations.
1 Recooling unit If the unit needs to be moved during operation, discon-
nect all the connections from the unit.
1 Dispatch bag with:
• Prior to transportation, drain the cooled medium
1 – Installation and operating instructions circuit and the tank (if applicable), see chapter 8.
1 – Eyebolt for transportation
Tab. 1 Scope of supply

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5 Assembly and connection
EN 5 Assembly and connection
5.1 Dimensions

5.1.1 Dimensions of 3318.6xx and 3319.6xx


600 430

400
20 C

Fig. 7 Dimensions of 3318.6xx and 3319.6xx

5.1.2 Dimensions of 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx

Fig. 8 Dimensions of 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx

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5 Assembly and connection
5.2 Requirements governing the installa- • When siting in a "small" room, it is vital to ensure
tion site forced ventilation, otherwise the waste heat will ac- EN
cumulate.
− The site must be free from excessive contamination
and moisture. Connecting an inlet and outlet duct is not permissible
with our units, since they are equipped with axial fans
− The ambient temperature must not exceed 45°C. and these are incapable of building up the additional
• The recooling unit should be sited close to the air pressure required.
equipment in order to avoid long distances and as- • In order to avoid substandard performance, do not
sociated line losses. site the recooling unit in the vicinity of a heater.
Line losses are mainly caused by: Roofed outdoor siting
− Pressure loss in the line system caused by piping • If you opt for roofed outdoor siting, please observe
and other sources of resistance as well as shut-off the required minimum outdoor temperature – refer
fittings and pipe bends. to chapter TD.
− Heat transfer at non-insulated pipelines due to the • If there is a risk of frost: For recooling units which
prevailing temperature differential along the piping use water as their cooling medium, fill with a wa-
system. ter/glycol mixture of the prescribed blend ratio –
• Carefully select the installation site to ensure that: refer to chapter TD.
− Easy access is available at all times. This will facili-
tate maintenance and repairs. Cooling units must be positioned where they cannot
− The condenser fan is not operating in an "air short- become damaged due to internal traffic and transport
circuit", in other words: the warm air from the con- processes.
denser is drawn back in by the fan.
5.3 Site the recooling unit
An "air short-circuit" will lead to heat loss in the recool-
ing unit. • Position the recooling unit on a flat, solid surface.
The maximum permissible deviation from the verti-
• Observe the following minimum distances (in mm) cal is 2°.
from the wall:
• Avoid noise generation caused by vibration. (Vibra-
tion dampeners, cellular rubber mats)
5.4 Connect the hydraulic system
Caution!
Risk of damage to the cooled medium
pump from contamination in the cooled
medium circuit! Rinse the cooled me-
dium circuit through before connecting
to the recooling unit.
The outlet from the recooling unit (see 6 Fig. 2 and 9
Fig. 4) must be connected to the cooling medium inlet
of the equipment.
The cooling medium inlet of the recooling unit (see 8
Fig. 2 and 10 Fig. 4) must be connected to the cooling
medium outlet of the equipment.
Fig. 9 Space requirements • Connect the equipment to the recooling unit using
insulated tube or hose connections.
The nominal width of the tubing must at least match
Note! the nominal width of the medium connections on the
In unit types 3318.6xx and 3319.6xx the unit, and in the case of pressure-sealed units, must be
airflow passes through the unit from front authorised for the envisaged maximum pressure –
to back. refer to chapter TS.
In unit types 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx the
airflow passes through the unit from back Note!
to front. The use of steel or zinc-plated steel pipes
is prohibited.
Ensure adequate ventilation of the room where the
recooling unit is sited so that the waste air does not In the cae of pressure-sealed units (3318.6xx and
heat up the room excessively. 3319.6xx)
The ambient temperature will rise as a result of waste • Install a manometer 0 to 6bar in the cooling medium
heat. This may cause a decrease of performance in the circuit.
recooling unit.

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5 Assembly and connection
For types 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx only: 5.5 Make the electrical connections
EN Prior to commissioning, it is essential that the cooled It is vital to observe the following instructions:
medium pump is filled with cooled medium and vented
− When carrying out the electrical installation, it is
– see chapter 6.
important to observe all valid national and regional
In the case of water-cooled condenser (optional) pro- regulations as well as the provisions of the respon-
vided by the operator: sible power supply company. Electrical installation
• Connect all the cooling water connections. must only be carried out by a qualified electrician
who is responsible for compliance with the existing
Caution! standards and regulations.
Risk of damage to the unit!
Insufficient pressure (in pressure-sealed − The connected voltage and frequency must corre-
units) and an inadequate flowrate will spond to the values stated on the name plate.
activate safety devices in the unit. Ob- − The recooling unit must be connected to the mains
serve the required minimum pressure via an all-pole isolating device.
and the required minimum flowrate – − No additional temperature control must be con-
refer to chapter TS. nected upstream of the recooling unit at the supply
Only for types 3318.61X, 3319.61X, 3320.6XX, end.
3334.6XX which are open to the atmosphere: − Install the pre-fuse cited on the name plate (minia-
If the equipment is sited higher than the recooling unit, ture circuit-breaker “K” characteristic or slow fuse) to
we recommend installing a non-return valve in the protect the cable and equipment from short-circuits.
outlet and a magnetic valve in the return of the cooling − The mains connection must ensure low-noise poten-
medium circuit, in order to avoid possible overflow of tial equalisation. As a general principle, recooling
the tank. units should be included in the potential building
equalisation system.
Caution!
Risk of damage to the cooling medium − The conductor cross sections of the power cables
pump from running dry! If it is possible must be selected according the rated current (refer
to shut off the equipment circuit, you to name plate).
should install a bypass valve (available − The recooling unit does not have its own overvolt-
to order as an option) between the inlet age protection. Measures must be taken by the op-
and the return in order to protect the erator at the supply end to ensure effective protec-
cooling medium pump. tion against lightning and overvoltage. The mains
voltage must not exceed a tolerance of ±10 % – re-
fer to chapter TS.
− For three-phase units: Connection must be made
with a clockwise rotary field. The direction of rotation
of the field may be measured at the connection ter-
minals L1, L2 and L3. Connecting in a clockwise ro-
tary field ensures that all three-phase motors rotate
in the correct direction.
− With a built-in transformer (option): Ensure the cor-
rect connection at the primary end.
If you would like to evaluate the error codes for mal-
function messages from the recooling unit using alarm
relays, you will additionally need to connect a corre-
sponding low-voltage line to connection terminals 3 –
8; refer to the circuit diagram of the respective unit
type, see chapter 13.
If remote activation of the recooling unit is required,
this can be achieved via terminals 1 and 2 (refer to the
circuit diagram of the respective unit type, chapter 13)
and corresponding programming (parameter 18), see
chapter 7.4.

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5.5.1 Connect the voltage supply Dismantle the infill panel (2) and the enclosure (1).
The units are prewired ready for connection in the
EN
factory, and equipped with a twelve-wire connection
cable (length 2.5 m).
• Make the electrical connection as shown in the cir-
cuit diagram (refer to the circuit diagram of the re-
spective unit type in chapter 13).
1
2
5.5.2 Connect the alarm relay polling sys- 3
4
tem
Error messages may additionally be polled via two
floating contacts on a suitable connection terminal of
the recooling unit. Suitable wires are already provided
in the connection cable and connected inside the unit.
• Connect the labelled wires of the connection cable
to the controller as per the electrical circuit diagram
(refer to the circuit diagram of the respective unit
type in chapter 13).
For assignment of the alarm relay contacts if an error Fig. 11 PLC connection for types 3318.6xx and 3319.6xx
code is displayed, refer to section 7.6. • Pass a suitable connection cable into the unit using
5.5.3 External activation (option) the additional cable gland provided (see 5, Fig. 2).
The unit is prepared with the option of control via an • Connect the cable to the 15-pole SUB-D jack, see
external signal. To this end, the customer must con- (4) Fig. 11 resp. (5) Fig. 13.
nect 24 V DC to contacts 1 and 2 (observe correct For types 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx:
polarity) – see circuit diagram according to unit type –
and parameter 18 (see controller description) should
be set to 1.
5.5.4 Connect the recooling unit to the
PLC
In order to evaluate individual error messages, the unit
may be connected to a programmable logic controller
(PLC). Connection is made using a 15-pole D-SUB
jack.
• Using a suitable cable, connect the PLC to the 15-
pole SUB-D jack – see (4) Fig. 11 resp. (5) Fig. 13.
For types 3318.6xx and 3319.6xx:

Fig. 12 Prepare the PLC connection for types 3320.6xx and


3334.6xx

• Dismantle the louvred grille (3+4) on the rear of the


recooling unit.
• Where applicable, remove the filter mat (2).

2
3

Fig. 10 Prepare the PLC connection for types 3318.6xx and


3319.6xx

• Dismantle the louvred grille (3) on the rear of the


recooling unit.

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5 Assembly and connection
EN

Fig. 13 PLC connection for types 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx Fig. 15 Cable routing of room temperature sensor
• Pass a suitable connection cable into the unit using • Pass the connection cable into the unit using the
the additional cable gland provided (see 8, Fig.4). additional cable gland provided (see A, Fig.15).
• Connect the cable to the 15-pole SUB-D jack, see • Connect the connection cable to the electrical circuit
(4) Fig. 11 resp. (5) Fig. 123. box using plug-in contact B5 – see (3) Fig. 11 resp.
(4) Fig. 13.
24V DC ext.

Once the connection work is complete:


• Re-install the unit parts in the reverse order, de-
SPS 1 1 9 pending on the unit type.
2 10 CTS
3 11
RTS 5.5.6 Install filter mats (optional)
4 12
RXD
5 13 TXD If the ambient air contains coarse particles of dust and
6 14 NC
7 15 lint, we recommend installing an additional fleece filter
GND mat (available as an accessory) in the recooling unit.
SPS 8 8
For air containing oil condensation, are use metal filter
mats (also available as an accessory).
Fig. 14 Assignment of PLC contacts
For types 3318.6xx and 3319.6xx only
For details of the assignment of the PLC contacts if an
error code is displayed, refer to section 7.7.

1
5.5.5 Connect an external room tempera-
ture sensor (optional)
The units support combined room temperature-led
control, and are equipped with a B5 connection for an
external room temperature sensor, available as an
optional accessory (cable length 4 m).

Fig. 16 Install a filter mat (3318.6xx and 3319.6xx)

• Pull the louvred grille (1) on the front of the recooling


unit (air inlet) away from the enclosure.

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6 Commissioning
• Insert the filter mat (2) (Model No. 3286510) as In order to avoid problems in the cooled medium circuit
shown in Fig. 16 into the louvred grille and press it (including water-cooled units), it is vital to observe the EN
back onto the enclosure. VEB guidelines on cooled medium (VGB-R 455 P).
For types 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx only The correct glycol content may be measured and de-
termined using a refractormeter. Refractormeters may
be purchased from the following supplier: Georg Pforr
–gefo- GmbH & Co. KG, Holterkamp 16, D-40880
Ratingen, http://www.gefo.de. We will be happy to
assist you if necessary.
6.2 Fill the recooling unit with cooling
medium
The composition of the cooled medium is described in
chapter 8.1.
When commissioning, please proceed as follows:
• Make sure that any shut-off valves built into the
cooled medium cycle are open.

Fig. 17 Install a filter mat (3320.6xx and 3334.6xx)

• Remove the top and bottom louvred grille (1) on the


rear of the recooling unit by pulling it carefully from
the enclosure.
• Dismantle the infill panel, by unscrewing the screws.
• Insert the filter mat (2) (Model No. 3286520) into the
unit from above, as shown in Fig. 17.
• Refit the infill panel onto the unit.
• Press the two louvred grilles back onto the enclo-
sure.

6 Commissioning
The recooling unit does not have its own separate
1
master switch for switching the recooling unit on and
off. It must be switched on and off using the master
controller.
Fig. 18 3318.610 and 3319.610: Fill with the cooled me-
6.1.1 Frost protection dium
The cooling units are not designed as standard for Types 3318.610 and 3319.610:
operation below the specified minimum temperature • Fill the unit with cooled medium using the filler noz-
(refer to the chapter on technical specifications). As a zle (1) (see Fig. 18) up to the fill level mark.
general principle, the units should be used with a wa-
ter/glycol mixture with a maximum glycol share of be- For types 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx:
tween 20 and 30%. The recommended anti-freeze • Fill the unit with cooled medium using the filler noz-
agent is Antifrogen "N" or our own Rittal RI-Frost (Tab. zle (4) (see Fig. 4). Check the fill level using the fill
15) level display (3).
Other additives are possible in selected cases, but only Types 3318.600 and 3319.600:
by arrangement with the manufacturer. • With a pressure-sealed cooled medium circuit: Fill
Note! the circuit using a filling pump or water hose via the
Only use distilled or DI water in specified inlet, return or drain cock (Fig. 2) and build up 1.2 –
recooling units (see chapter TS). 2 bar of precompression. This pressure can be seen
on the pressure manometer you have fitted.
Caution! Types 3318.6xx, 3319.6xx, 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx:
Risk of damage to pipelines and seals!
Other additives may damage the pipe- • Switch on the power supply to the recooling unit and
lines and seals of the cooled medium switch on the unit (where applicable, on the master
pump, and are therefore inadmissible. controller).

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6 Commissioning
The display element of the controller will be illuminated • Vent the cooling medium pump by loosening the
EN and will display the current inlet temperature of the vent screw (1) Fig.19 a little. As soon as cooling
cooled medium. medium flows out, tighten the screw again.
• Check the direction of rotation of the motors (refer to With water-cooled condensers (optional):
the directional arrows on the cooling medium pump • Activate the external condenser cooling circuit for
and on the condenser fan). the condenser (optional, to be supplied by the op-
Note! erator).
If the compressor and the condenser fan • During the start-up phase:
fail to start up, then the temperature of Check the connecting hoses and pipe connections
the cooled medium added is lower than for leaks.
the setpoint temperature.
• If necessary, reduce the set temperature for a while
– refer to section 7.4.
For types 3318.6xx and 3319.6xx:
The cool air is drawn in from the front and expelled to
the rear.
For types 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx:
The cool air is drawn in from the rear and expelled to
the front.
If necessary, the condenser fan is activated by the
temperature control.
If the direction of rotation is incorrect, you will need to
exchange the connection phases L1 and L2 on the
clamping strip of the recooling unit for the power supply
– see (1) Fig. 11 resp. (2) Fig. 13.
6.3 Vent the cooling medium pump
• Vent the pipelines and fill with in the cooling me-
dium.
For types 3318.6xx and 3319.6xx only:
The cooling medium pump fills itself and does not need
be vented.
For types 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx only:

Fig. 19 Vent the cooled medium pump (types 3320.6xx and


3334.6xx only)

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7 Operation 7.2 Key functions
The control keys may be used to change the control
EN
The recooling unit is switched on and off using the
master controller. It operates automatically, i.e. the parameters within the preset ranges (min. – max. val-
cooled medium is continuously circulated, and heat is ues). Tab. 2 in section 7.4 shows the parameters which
removed from it. may be set. The function of the control keys (see 3 Fig.
20) changes according to the current operating level.
A controller ensures automatic normal shutdown op-
eration by the value of the set switching difference. It
has a display element to display temperature settings, 7.2.1 Key functions during operation
and operating parameters may be set using the control During operation, the keys have the following func-
keys. tions:
7.1 Control components key:

Display the software version: Press and hold


1 2 3
Delete the error memory with error storage acti-
vated: Press and hold for 10 seconds
C

key:
F
Display the temperature readings from sensors 1
to 5 one after another: Press repeatedly
Fig. 20 Control component: Controller Sensor 1: Cooled Medium temperature (dis-
Key: played continuously, or menu timeout after 30
1 7-segment display sec.)
2 LEDs temperature unit Sensor 2: Icing of the evaporator coil
3 Control keys
Sensor 3: Condenser, external (filter mat)
The units have a 3-digit, 7-segment display for display-
ing operating states, and control keys for setting the Sensor 4: Condenser, internal (filter mat)
operating parameters. Sensor 5: Room temperature (if combined con-
After switching on the power supply, the current soft- trol active, see section 7.3)
ware version is initially displayed for approx. 2 sec-
onds. key:
During operation, the inlet temperature (to the equip- RESET (restart the recooling unit): Press and
ment) of the cooling medium circuit is displayed via the hold for approx. 30 sec. Reset for cooling me-
display element; alternatively, it may alternate with dium pump after several restart attempts.
error messages which are displayed in the form of
error codes – refer to section 7.5. Two LEDs, °C and
°F, are used to display the temperature units °C (Cel- + keys:
sius) resp. °F (Fahrenheit).
The following actions may be executed using the dis- Jump to the parameterisation level, see
play element and control keys: section 7.2.2: Press both keys and hold
for approx. 5 sec.
− Reading temperature settings To exit the parameterisation level, press
− Reading the error memory both keys again and hold down for ap-
− Acknowledging the error messages prox. 5 sec.
− Resetting the pump
− Reading and setting control parameters
The measurement range for temperature measure-
ments is:
− Celsius: -40 °C to 70 °C
− Fahrenheit: -40 °F to 158 °F
The temperatures are displayed within the following
ranges, with a resolution of 0.1°:
− Celsius: -9.9 °C to 70.0 °C
− Fahrenheit: -9.9 °F to 99.9 °F

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7 Operation
7.2.2 Key functions during parameterisa- 7.3 Fixed setpoint control or combined
EN tion control
Parameterisation will be aborted if no keys are pressed The recooling units support fixed setpoint control as
for approx. 30 seconds during the parameterisation well as combined room temperature-led control.
process. The value currently being edited will not be
saved! The display element then reverts to the normal The units are preset in the factory to "fixed setpoint
operating values again (actual temperature of cooled control" (see illustration on page 16, Fig. 21).
medium or error code). If you have connected an external room temperature
sensor (see section 5.5.5), available as an optional
accessory, the control mode "Combined control" may
key:
be set on the controller using Parameter 13 (see Fig.
In selection mode: Runs upwards through the 22) – refer to section 7.4.
parameter numbers from P01 to P19. With combined control, additional control parameters
In editing mode: Increases the parameter value. will need to be set or taken into account – see section
7.4.

key:

In selection mode: Runs downwards through the


parameter numbers from P19 to P01.
In editing mode: Reduces the parameter value.

key:

In parameter selection: Switch to editing mode.


In editing mode: Accept the parameter and move
upwards to the next parameter.
After the last parameter (display "End"): End of
parameterisation.

Figure 21: Fixed setpoint control, positive hysteresis


Example: Change the unit of the temperature dis-
play
The temperature readings may be displayed in either
degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit. To change the unit of
the display, proceed as follows:
+ Press both keys and hold for approx.
5 sec.
You are in the parameterisation level.
Press this key until Parameter P17 is dis-
played.
Press this key to switch to editing mode.

; Use these keys to switch between display


in Celsius and Fahrenheit.
Press this key to confirm the entry and
switch to the next parameter.
+ Press both keys and hold for approx.
5 sec. to exit the parameter level.

Figure 22: Room temperature-led control

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7.4 Meaning of the control parameters EN
Factory
No. Parameter Min. value Max. value Setting Explanation
setting

fixed setpoint control

If fixed setpoint control is set for Pa-


Set temperature with fixed
1 7.0 °C 50.0 °C 20.0 °C rameter 13, the set temperature may
setpoint control
be preselected here.

Switching hysteresis, If fixed setpoint control is set for Pa-


2 -5.0 K +5.0 K 2.0 K rameter 13, the switching hysteresis
fixed setpoint control may be determined here.

Combined control

If combined control is set for Parameter


13, this parameter may be used to
Difference from room tempera- preselect the set temperature as the
3 -10.0 K 10.0 K 5.0 K
ture difference from the room temperature.
Negative values will effect a setpoint
above the ambient temperature.

If combined control is set for Parameter


4 Minimum setpoint 7.0 °C 34.0 °C 10.0 °C 13, this value may be used to limit the
set value downwards.

If combined control is set for Parameter


5 Maximum setpoint 8.0 °C 35.0 °C 28.0 °C 13, this value may be used to limit the
set value upwards.

Switching hysteresis, If combined control is set for Parame-


6 -5.0 K 5.0 K 2.0 K ter 13, the switching hysteresis may be
combined control determined here.

If the cooled medium temperature


exceeds the activation temperature of
Tolerance for error message
7 3.0 K 15.0 K 5.0 K the com-pressor by the value set here,
"F.01"
the error message F.01 and an alarm
are output.

Optional: If a heater is installed.


The heater is switched on by the value
below the activation temperature of the
Heating control 5.0 K compressor which has been set here. If
8 1.0 K OFF
(Medium) (+ OFF) OFF is set, the heater will never cut in
except with the frost protection function
active and at suitably low tempera-
tures.

Mode (24h or 12h = AM/PM), hour (0 ..


24) and minute (0 .. 59), year (00 .. 99),
month (1 .. 12), day (1 .. 31), start of
summer time (1 .. 12, typically 3 =
9 Time (option) March), end of summer time (1 .. 12,
typically 10 = October) and summer
time shift (0 .. 2, typically 1= 1 hour)
may be set here in succession.

Day of the week (Mo=1, Mo–Fr=15;


Switching times Sa+Su=67), and hour (0 .. 24) and
10 Compressor (only with the minute (0 .. 59) are selected here in
"time" option) succession. Then set the switch com-
mand (OFF / ON).

Day of the week (Mo=1, Mo–Fr=15;


Switching times Sa+Su=67), and hour (0 .. 24) and
11 Heater (only with the "time" minute (0 .. 59) are selected here in
option) succession. Then set the switch com-
mand (OFF / ON).

Key number 1 (password In order to activate Parameters P13 ..


12 1 999 123
protection) P19, the key number 1 must be set.

Ct: Combined control (combined tem-


perature)
13 Control mode Ct Ft Ft
Ft: Fixed setpoint control (fixed tem-
perature)

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7 Operation
Factory
EN No. Parameter Min. value Max. value
setting
Setting Explanation

Heating function, frost protec- Optional if a heater is installed.


14 OFF ON OFF
tion (option) ON : +2°C OFF : +5°C

OFF: Bypass control unused


ON: Bypass control switched on
The P, I, D value, cycle time and hys-
teresis of the controller are then set in
succession.
Parameter
Range (default)
Proportional band P
0.1 .. 99.9 K (1.0)
Integration time (readjustment time) I
15 Hot gas bypass (option) OFF ON OFF 1 .. 999 sec, 0=inactive (300)
Hold time D
1 .. 999 sec, 0=inactive (50)
Cycle time C
2 .. 100 sec (10)
Hysteresis T
0.0 .. 5.0 K (0.5)
Note
Analyse the controlled system for
optimisation potential, and contact the
customer service department.

Set as follows (setting range 4.0 .. 40.0


K, fixed switching difference 2.0 K):
Activate the recooling unit with a clean
filter mat inserted. Activate Parameter
Setpoint for filter mat 40.0 K
16 4.0 K OFF 16, press key : Temperature
monitoring (+ OFF) difference is displayed.

Use the key to set the temperature


difference approximately 10 K above
the displayed value.

°C: Display temperatures in Celsius


17 Changeover °C/°F °C °F °C
°F: Display temperatures in Fahrenheit

OFF: Normal operation


1: Standby with no signal
Evaluate the external release 4 2: Cooling off with no signal
18 1 OFF
signal (+ OFF) 3: Control via external controller
4: If signal is applied to external input,
the clock function is deactivated.

If this function is activated (ON), the


error message is displayed on the
display element until acknowledged
Acknowledge the error
19 OFF ON OFF using the key. Press the key
messages
for 10 seconds. Æ All error messages
are deleted simultaneously.
"Clr" appears on the display element.

Tab. 2 Meaning of the control parameters

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7 Operation
The error messages occurring are stored in the error
7.5 Meaning of the error codes EN
memory of the controller. The error codes may be
If errors occur during operation, these are cyclically deleted via control parameter 19, see section 7.4.
displayed as error codes alternating with the cooling
The meaning of the individual error codes is as follows:
medium temperature: The format of this display is as
follows: e.g. F.01.

Error Meaning Alarm relay Assigned Cause Remedy


setting PLC out-
put

F.01 Maximum cooled medium 1 1 The cooled medium temperature Wait to see whether the
temperature exceeded. has exceeded the cut-in tem- error message disap-
perature of the compressor by pears or recurs, or
the value set in Parameter 7. whether other error
messages are displayed.
For assistance, refer to
the respective message.

F.02 Compressor winding protec- 5 2 Overheating of the compressor. Allow the compressor to
tion activated. cool down.
If the compressor does
not restart within ap-
proximately 3 hours or
shuts down again, notify
the service team.

F.03 Icing in the plate heat 1 3 Inadequate cooled medium flow Check whether there is a
exchanger. in the evaporator coil (plate heat blockage in the cooled
exchanger). medium circuit.
Check whether the
cooled medium pump is
running (audible check).
In case of a defect, notify
the service team.

Lack of refrigerant If the cooled medium


pump is not defective,
there is insufficient refrig-
erant. Notify the service
team.

F.04 High-pressure monitor in the 5 4 Filter mat (option) contaminated. Check whether the filter
refrigerant circuit has been mat is contaminated.
triggered due to overpres- Replace or clean if nec-
sure. essary.

Condenser soiled. Check whether the con-


denser is soiled and
clean if necessary.

Ambient temperature too high. Lower the ambient tem-


perature. Vent the room

Condenser fan defective. Sec- Check whether the con-


ondary fault from F.05 denser fan is running. If
necessary, wait a few
minutes.

High-pressure switch has tripped Switches itself back on


automatically (autoreset).

With a water-cooled condenser Check the condenser


(option), there is no or insufficient cooling medium circuit,
water flow through the con- and make the water
denser, condenser cooling me- connection if necessary.
dium temperature possibly too Check the condenser
high. cooling medium tempera-
ture.

Notify the service team.

F.05 Condenser fan winding 5 5 Overheating Notify the service team.


protection has tripped.

F.06 Cooled medium pump wind- 5 6 Overheating Notify the service team.
ing protection activated.

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Error Meaning Alarm relay Assigned Cause Remedy
EN setting PLC out-
put

F.07 Filter mat monitoring (option if 2 7 Filter mat (option) contaminated. Check whether the filter
activated) has tripped. Condenser soiled. mat is contaminated.
Replace or clean if nec-
essary.
Check whether the con-
denser is soiled and
clean if necessary.

F.09 Phase rotation incorrect or 5 8 Power supply incorrectly con- Check power supply and
phase missing. nected. correct.

F.10 Cooling capacity control 5 1 Temperature of cooled medium Switch off the unit and
too high. As a result, there is no wait until the temperature
cooling output. of the cooled medium has
reached a normal level.
Lack of refrigerant. Notify the service team.

F.11 Flow monitor in the cooled 1 6 Inadequate cooled medium flow Check whether there is a
medium circuit has tripped. in the evaporator coil (plate heat blockage in the cooled
exchanger). medium circuit.
Check whether the
cooled medium pump is
running (audible check).
In case of a defect, notify
the service team.

Cooled medium pump defective. Replace pump and,


where applicable, notify
the service team.

Plate heat exchanger iced. Notify the service team.

No or insufficient cooled medium Check the cooled me-


in the tank. dium level and top up if
necessary.

F.13 Mains voltage inadequate. 5 7 Mains voltage fluctuations If temporary, no meas-


ures required.
If error message perma-
nent, check the power
supply.

F.14 Mains voltage too high. 5 7 Mains voltage fluctuations If temporary, no meas-
ures required.
If error message perma-
nent, check the power
supply.

F.15 Level switch (optional) has 2 2 Inadequate cooled medium level. Top up the cooled me-
tripped. dium.

F.81 Temperature sensor fail- 5 8 Temperature sensor defective. Replace the temperature
ure/short-circuit, temperature sensor.
sensor B1

F.82 Temperature sensor fail- 5 8 Temperature sensor defective. Replace the temperature
ure/short-circuit, temperature sensor.
sensor B2

F.83 Temperature sensor fail- 5 8 Temperature sensor defective. Replace the temperature
ure/short-circuit, temperature sensor.
sensor B3

F.84 Temperature sensor fail- 2 8 Temperature sensor defective. Replace the temperature
ure/short-circuit, temperature sensor.
sensor B4

F.85 Temperature sensor fail- 5 8 Temperature sensor defective. Replace the temperature
ure/short-circuit, temperature sensor.
sensor B5

F.99 Data komunikation between 0 0 Datacable defect, no contact Check the connection,
display and controller replace the datacable

S.16 External signal (standby) 0 0 External deactivation. No mal-


function.

Tab. 3 Error codes

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7.6 Alarm relay contacts 8 Inspection and servicing EN
The contacts of the connection terminal for the alarm Regular inspection and servicing by a qualified expert
relays are assigned as follows: (we recommend once a year) and the use only of origi-
nal spare parts are crucial for problem-free operation
Contact Meaning and a long service life of the recooling unit.
Both alarm relays remain picked up in For this reason, we advise you to enter into a mainte-
0 nance contract.
the event of an error
Alarm relay 1 drops out in the event of Danger!
1 an error Risk of electric shock on live connec-
tions!
Alarm relay 2 drops out in the event of De-energise the cooling unit at the
2
an error supply end before carrying out inspec-
tion and servicing work.
3 Both alarm relays drop out in the event
of an error
4 Cooling off, both alarm relays remain Overview of inspection and maintenance activities
picked up in the event of an error Assembly Activity Interval

Compressor No maintenance is
5 Cooling off, alarm relay 1 drops out in needed with this fully
the event of an error hermetic compressor.

6 Cooling off, alarm relay 2 drops out in Cooled medium fill level Check that the fill level 1 week
the event of an error is adequate, and top
up if necessary.
7 Cooling off, both alarm relays drop out Filter mat (optional) Clean or replace the 4 weeks
in the event of an error filter mat.

Tab. 4 Alarm relay contacts Cooled medium Check the cooled 4 weeks
medium circuit for dirt
7.7 PLC outputs and possible foreign
bodies (swarf etc.).
The meanings of the settings for the PLC outputs are
as follows: Tank, components, and Check externally and 4 weeks
all connections (piping, visually for leaks.
0 No PLC output activated valves and fittings,
hoses) of the equipment
1 .. 8 The respective circuitry of the PLC output circuit
may be found in the Tab. 3 Error codes. Condenser (air-cooled Clean the louvres 2 months
recooling unit) using compressed air,
or a soft brush.

Cooled medium Replace cooled me- 1 year


dium

Condenser fan (air- Check noise genera- ½ year


cooled recooling unit) tion.

Condenser (water- Check that there is a 1 year


cooled recooling unit) sufficient flowrate.

Refrigerant circuit Have the refrigerant 1 year


circuit checked by a
specialist firm.

Tab. 5 Inspection and servicing activities

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8 Inspection and servicing
8.1 Servicing of the cooled medium cir- In order to avoid problems in the cooled medium circuit
EN cuit (including water-cooled units), it is vital to observe the
VEB guidelines governing cooled medium (VGB-R 455
For cooling of / with water or similar fluids in an open P).
circuit, always observe the following points:
For details of the proportion of anti-frost in the cooled
− Solid matter residues (clean used filters regularly, if medium, see chapter Technical data.
applicable),
The cooled medium and/or cold water must not cause
− Algae and depositions, as well as any limescale deposits or loose debris.
− Corrosion In other words, it should have a low level of hardness,
may cause damage to the recooling unit. Such resi- particularly a low level of carbonate hardness. Particu-
dues will invariably restrict the performance of the larly for recooling in circulating mode, the carbonate
recooling unit. We would like to reiterate that satisfac- hardness should not be too high. Conversely, the
tory conditions are rarely achieved without water cooled medium should not be soft that it attacks the
treatment. Regular monitoring of the cooled medium operating materials. When recooling the cooled me-
quality and cooled medium treatment are important, in dium, the salt content should not be allowed to in-
order to ensure that deposits and corrosion are crease excessively due to the evaporation of large
avoided even under extreme conditions. quantities of water, since electrical conductivity in-
Depending on the type of equipment to be cooled, creases as the concentration of dissolved substances
certain requirements are placed on the cooled medium. rises, and the water thereby becomes more corrosive.
According to the level of contamination and the size For this reason, not only is it always necessary to add
and design of the recooling unit, a suitable process a corresponding quantity of fresh water, but also to
should be used to prepare and/or maintain the cooled remove part of the enriched refrigerant.
medium. The most common types of contamination Hydrological data
and most frequently used techniques to eliminate them The properties of the water used should not deviate
in industrial cooling are: from the hydrological data listed below.
Mechanical contamination: Local drinking water levels should be observed.
Filtering of the cooled medium via mesh filter, gravel Property Value
filter, cartridge filter, precoated filter
pH value (7) 7.5 – 8.5
Excessive hardness:
Softening of the cooled medium via ion exchange Spec. el. conductivity 200 – 1000 µS/cm
Moderate content of mechanical contaminats and Residue on evapora- < 500 mg/dm³
hardeners: tion
Addition of stabilisers and/or dispersing agents to the
Depositable substan- < 3 mg/dm³
cooled medium
ces
Moderate content of chemical contaminats:
Hardness 3 – 8°dH (in German-
Addition of passifiers and/or inhibitors to the cooled
speaking countries)
medium
Biological contaminats, slime bacteria and algae: Ca + Mg 0.5 – 2 mmol/l
(international)
Addition of biocides to the cooled medium
Evaporation processes have a thickening effect on the Hydrogen carbonate 1 – 5 mmol/dm³ (60 –
refrigerant. The values may be adapted to the frame- 300 mg/dm³)
work conditions with partial or complete replacement of
Free CO² < 10 mg/dm³
the refrigerant.
Note! Sulphide < 0.01 mg/dm³
Only use distilled or deionised Chloride < 50 mg/dm³
water in specified recooling
units (refer to data sheet in the Sulphate < 250 mg/dm³
chapter on Technical Data).
Nitrate < 25 mg/dm³
Caution!
Nitrite < 0.1 mg/m³
Risk of damage to pipelines
and seals! COD < 7 mg/dm³
Other additives may damage
the pipelines and seals of the NH4 < 0.05 mg/dm³
coolant pump, and are there- FE < 0.1 mg/dm³
fore inadmissible.
Mn < 0.1 mg/dm³

The manufacturer's guarantee and liability will be in- Cu < 0.1 mg/dm³
validated if the recooling unit is used and treated incor- Tab. 6 Hydrological data
rectly.
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8 Inspection and servicing
In order to guarantee a specific water quality, we rec- In order to ensure perfect functioning of the recooling
ommend the use of "Rittal RI-Frost". This is premixed unit, the membranes of the air-cooled condenser must EN
for immediate use. be kept clean. Cleaning should be carried out at regu-
lar intervals, at least once a year, whereby the fre-
RI-Frost Item no. Quantity quency will depend on the level of contamination in the
Outdoor 1:2 SK 3301.950 10L rooms where the system is sited.
SK 3301.955 25L Danger!
SK 3301.957 200L Risk of injury from sharp-edged con-
denser membranes! For your own
Indoor 1:4 SK 3301.960 10L safety, we strongly recommend the use
SK 3301.965 25L of gloves.
SK3301.967 200L
Table: 15 Rittal RI-Frost
• Regularly check the fill level of the cooled medium.
Types 3318.6xx and 3319.6xx : Danger!
At the fill nozzle for the cooled medium tank, see (1) Risk of burns on hot pipelines.
Fig. 18. The hot gas pipe inside the unit may
Types 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx : reach temperatures of up to approx.
On the fill level display, see (3) Fig. 4. 60°C. Wait for around 10 min after
switching off the unit to give the pipe
time to cool down.
• Regularly check the quality of the cooled medium.
Measure the glycol content using a refractormeter. If
necessary, improve the quality as outlined above.
• Replace the cooled medium completely each year in
order to prevent the possible formation of fungi or
algae.
8.2 Service the cooling refrigerant circuit
As a hermetically sealed system, the refrigerant circuit
has been filled in the factory with the required amount
of refrigerant, and tested for leaks and subjected to a
function trial run.
Maintenance work on the refrigerant circuit must only
be carried out by specialist refrigerant firms. We rec-
ommend that you sign a maintenance contract which
includes an annual inspection of the refrigerant circuit
(European Regulation EC No. 842/2006 / F-GaseVO).
Rückkühlanlage im Standgehäuse Sonder
Kühlleistung Tw=18°C Tu = 32°C 1780Watt Fig. 23 Clean the condenser (illustration shows 3320.6xx
gem. Spezifikation and 3334.6xx)
Rückkühlanlage im Standgehäuse Sonder
Kühlleistung Tw=18°C Tu = 32°C 1780Watt • Deactivate the unit by switching off the power supply
gem. Spezifikation on the master controller and securing it against re-
-mit Winterregelung activation.
-inkl. Aussenaufstellung • Pull the louvred grille (2) from the front of the recool-
-autom. Bypassventil ing unit.
-auswaschbarer Alu-Filter
Caution!
-mit Winterregelung Risk of damage to condenser mem-
-inkl. Aussenaufstellung branes from the excessive use of com-
-autom. Bypassventil pressed air!
-auswaschbarer Alu-Filter Carefully meter the compressed air to
avoid damage.
8.3 Clean the condenser • Clean the condenser (1) using compressed air.
Danger! Ambient air containing oil:
Risk of electric shock on live connec- Ambient air that contains oil, in conjunction with dust,
tions! will lead to increased levels of contamination on the
De-energise the cooling unit at the sup- condenser membranes. In such cases, thorough clean-
ply end before carrying out inspection ing with compressed air will not be possible.
and servicing work. We recommend that you send the unit in for cleaning,
or request a service.
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9 Troubleshooting
8.4 Clean the filter mat (option) 9 Troubleshooting
EN For types 3318.6xx and 3319.6xx: During on-going operation, the recooling unit will oper-
Risk of injury from rotating fan blades! ate reliably. The recooling unit keeps the inlet tempera-
Do not remove the louvred grille until the ture of the refrigerant at the set level.
condenser fan has come to a standstill. Possible causes for deviation from the desired value
could be:
• Remove the louvred grille on the front of the recool-
ing unit by carefully pulling it from the enclosure. − Cooling demand too high, see chapter on Technical
data
The louvred grilles are attached to the enclosure with
plastic pins. − Ambient temperature too high, see chapter on
Technical data
• Remove the filter mat from the louvred grille.
− Non-observance of required distances, see chapter
• Replace the fleece filter mats. Clean the metal filter on Commissioning
mats using a high-pressure hose.
− Contaminated evaporator coil
• Insert a new filter mat or the cleaned metal filter mat
into the louvred grille, and press it back onto the en- − Contaminated condenser
closure. − Lack of refrigerant
− Inadequate cooled medium level in tank (not with
For types 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx: pressure-sealed units)
The louvred grilles are attached to the enclosure with − Cooled medium temperature set too low, see chap-
plastic pins. ter on Technical data
− Parameters set incorrectly
Risk of injury from rotating fan blades!
Do not remove the louvred grille until the The malfunctions may only be rectified by properly
fan has come to a standstill. trained experts.
For fault analysis, please consult Table 3 Error codes,
• Remove the upper louvred grille on the rear of the
or contact our service department:
recooling unit by carefully pulling it from the enclo-
sure.
• Pull the filter mat upwards out of the unit. Service contact:
• Replace the fleece filter mats. Clean the metal filter
mats using a high-pressure hose. Rittal Service International
• Insert a new filter mat or the cleaned metal filter mat Auf dem Stützelberg
into the guides in the unit. 35745 Herborn, Germany
• Press the upper louvred grille back onto the enclo-
sure. Telephone: +49 2772 505-1855
8.5 Drain the tank Fax: +49 2772 505-1850
• Drain the tank using the tank drain nozzle (see (7) E-mail: service@rittal.de
Fig. 2 resp. (7) Fig. 4) either directly or using a hose
into a container.
• When disposing of the cooled medium, please ob-
serve the locally valid water protection guidelines.

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10 Decommissioning and disposal
or major improvement works are under-
10 Decommissioning and disposal taken. EN
Decommissioning and disposal of the recooling unit
may only be carried out by trained authorised staff. To
this end, the unit must be taken out of service.
Disconnect the unit from the mains at the system isola-
tor
10.1 Decommissioning for a longer shut-
down
For a longer shutdown of the recooling unit (longer
than ½ year) the cooled medium circuit will need to be
drained. This will ensure that the water/glycol ratio of
the cooled medium is not altered due to water evapora-
tion, causing the glycol to thicken and destroy the
pump seal.
• Disconnect the unit from the supply voltage and
protect it from being switched back on.
• Dismantle the connections of the cooled medium
cycle.
• Drain the cooled medium circuit – refer to the chap-
ter on Maintenance.
• When disposing of the cooled medium, please ob-
serve the locally valid water protection guidelines.
(In Germany the water Resources Act)
• To recommission the recooling unit, proceed as
described in chapter 6 "Commissioning". Carry out
the same checks as described there.
10.2 Decommissioning and disposal
Caution!
Threat to the environment!
Intentional discharge of the refrigerant
is inadmissible. Ensure that the refrig-
erant is disposed of by a professional.
• Dismantle the electrical connection and the connec-
tions of the cooled medium circuit.
• Drain the cooled medium circuit – refer to the chap-
ter on Maintenance.
• When disposing of the cooled medium, please ob-
serve the locally valid water protection guidelines.
(In Germany the water Resources Act)
• For the professional disposal of the recooling unit,
please notify your supplier or our service depart-
ment.

Certificate to BGR 500 chapter 2.35 and


DIN EN 378-2
regarding the testing of a cooling system / heat
pump system

Note:
If a system is modified or has been out of
service for more than 2 years, it must be
re-inspected and re-certified. Modifications
are considered to have occurred if a sys-
tem is opened and converted to a different
refrigerant, a stationary plant is relocated,
an existing plant is extended or converted,

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11 Technical specifications
EN 11 Technical specifications
Description SK3318.600 SK3318.610 SK3319.600 SK3319.610
Rated voltage 230 V / 1~ / PE 230 V / 1~ / PE 230 V / 1~ / PE 230 V / 1~ / PE
Mains frequency 50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz
Rated current 4.15 A 4.15 A 5.4 A 5.4 A
Start-up current 9.6/12.0 A 9.6/12.0 A 11.9/14.9 A 11.9/14.9 A
Pre-fuse 10 A 10 A 10 A 10 A
Rated output 630/780 W 630/780 W 845/1050 W 845/1050 W
Cooling output 960/1040 W 960/1070 W 1490/1660 W 1490/1660 W
Tw = Water inlet Tw = 18° C Tw = 18° C Tw = 18° C Tw = 18° C
temperature Tu = 32° C Tu = 32° C Tu = 32° C Tu = 32° C
Tu = Ambient tem-
perature
Refrigerant quantity 0.975 kg 0.975 kg 0.975 kg 0.975 kg
Refrigerant R134a R134a R134a R134a
Temperature range +5°C – +43°C +5°C – +43°C +5°C – +43°C +5°C – +43°C
Achievable delivery 0.2 – 3 bar 0.2 – 3.5 bar 0.2 – 3 bar / 0.2 – 3 bar /
head 0.2 – 4 bar 0.2 – 4 bar
Tank – 2l - 2l
Noise level 62 dB (A) 62 dB (A) 62 dB (A) 62 dB (A)
Protection category IP44 IP44 IP44 IP44
– External circuit
Connections of 2 x ½" internal 2 x ½" internal 2 x ½" internal 2 x ½" internal
cooling medium thread thread thread thread
circuit
Weight 46 kg 46 kg 46 kg 46 kg
Tab. 7 Technical data for SK 3318.6xx and 3319.6xx
Anti-freeze
Anti-freeze pro- 20 % min.
portion 30 % max.
We recommend:

Manufacturer Rittal
Type RI-Frost
Premixed
(refer to table
under Hydro-
logical data)

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11 Technical specifications
EN
Description SK3320.600 SK3320.600 SK3334.600 SK3334.600
Rated voltage 400 V / 3~ / PE 460 V / 3~ / PE 400 V / 3~ / PE 460 V / 3~ / PE
Mains frequency 50/60 Hz 60 Hz 50/60 Hz 60 Hz
Rated current 3.8/4.6 A 3.9 A 4.9/5.9 A 4.9 – 5.9 A
Start-up current 12,0/17.1 A 14.5 A 15.0/21.0 A 15,0 – 21.0 A
Pre-fuse 10 A 10 A 14 A 14 A
Rated output 1716/1953 W 1953 W 2001/2505 W 2001 – 2505 W
Cooling output 3000/3400 W 3400 W 4500/5400 W 5400 W
Tw = Water inlet Tw = 18° C Tw = 18° C Tw = 18° C Tw = 18° C
temperature Tu = 32° C Tu = 32° C Tu = 32° C Tu = 32° C
Tu = Ambient tem-
perature
Refrigerant quantity 1.2 kg 1.2 kg 1.5 kg 1.5 kg
Refrigerant R134a R134a R134a R134a
Temperature range +5°C – +43°C +5°C – +43°C +5°C – +43°C +5°C – +43°C
Achievable delivery 1.45 – 3.2 bar / 2.25 – 5.4 bar 1.45 – 3.2 bar / 2.25 – 5.4 bar
head 2.25 – 5.4 bar 2.25 – 5.4 bar
Tank 30 l 30 l 30 l 30 l
Noise level 68 dB (A) 68 dB (A) 68 dB (A) 68 dB (A)
Protection category IP44 IP44 IP44 IP44
– External circuit
Connections of 2 x ½" internal 2 x ½" internal 2 x ½" internal 2 x ½" internal
cooling medium thread thread thread thread
circuit
Weight 88 kg 88 kg 94 kg 94 kg
Tab. 8 Technical data for SK 3320.600 and 3334.600

Anti-freeze
Anti-freeze pro- 20 % min.
portion 30 % max.
We recommend:

Manufacturer Rittal
Type RI-Frost
Premixed
(refer to table
under Hydro-
logical data)

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12 Guarantee and customer service
3.The devices have not been changed, with the
EN 12 Guarantee and customer ser- exception of changes undertaken by Rittal staff or
vice Rittal partners.
RITTAL GmbH & Co. KG Manufacturer’s Guaran- 4.The devices were only used appropriately in
tee (valid from date of manufacturing 01.01.08) accordance with the documentation.
5.Installation, operation, repair and servicing shall
take place in accordance with the specifications
On condition that the products are used provided by Rittal. In detail, meaning:
according to their intended use (see instruction a.Installation, set-up and assembly shall be
manual), Rittal grants to the Customer a “Rittal carried out in accordance with the operating
Manufacturer’s Guarantee” with a term of 24 and assembly instructions and by a
month starting with the date of manufacturing corresponding specialist.
for the following product groups: system climate b.Any repairs which become necessary in
control (SK), recooling systems (RK), air/air as this case of a claim against the guarantee
well as air/water heat exchangers (AAHE or shall be carried out exclusively by Rittal staff
AWHE), climate controlled doors (KTS) and all / partners.
articles belonging to the RimatriX5 (RM5) c.The device concerned is used exclusively
product range. in connection with compatible products.
6.No damage was caused due to relocation by
If within 24 month after manufacturing, a malfunction unauthorised personnel.
of the contractual product occurs within the
guarantee term which substantially adversely affects The following shall not be included in the works and
its functionality Rittal shall remedy the malfunction at services under the guarantee:
its opinion by telephone service or, if necessary, by 1.Fault clearance measures for faults caused by
replacement, repair, or other measures within an operating errors, other improper handling, technical
adequate period of time. Provided that it is not interference on the part of Customer or third parties,
unreasonable for the customer, Rittal can also or any external influences for which Rittal is not
provide replacement parts required to correct the responsible;
malfunction. 2.The costs of replacement parts which are
subjected to particular wear and tear, the cost of
Within the scope of its guarantee Rittal shall bear all consumables and data carries;
costs which are connected with dispatching, 3.Any repairs of accessories, changes, attachments
deploying and accommodating its staff and with or other fixtures and fittings;
replacing or repairing any parts, provided that the 4.Any electrical services not included in the service
malfunction occurred during correct and proper products;
usage of the contractual products and provided that 5.Any maintenance work, if the ambient conditions
the costs are not increased by bringing the provided for in the documentation were not
contractual products to another delivery place than observed.
the original one. Furthermore Rittal shall bear the
necessary expenses for procuring and delivering the Any claims based on this guarantee shall be
replacement parts to the original place of delivery. submitted to Rittal in writing within one month after
occurrence of the malfunction. Any further claims, in
Any parts provided for or in replacement shall be particular claims for damages, shall not be covered
new or in mint condition and in a fully functional by the guarantee. The statutory liability for defects
state free of fault; the replaced parts shall become shall not be affected by the guarantee.
Rittal’s property; Customer warrants that no rights of
any third parties shall obstruct that exchange and
transfer of title. Customer service address:
RITTAL GmbH
The requirements for activating guarantee are as Abt. RSI
follows: Auf dem Stützelberg
1.The device concerned can be identified
35745 Herborn, Germany
unmistakably by its serial number.
2.External factors such as, e.g., fire, vandalism, Tel.: 02772 505-1855
unauthorised interference, excessive temperatures, Fax: 02772 505-1850
or normal wear and tear shall be excluded as Email: service@rittal.de
causes.

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13 Appendix
13 Appendix EN
13.1 PID-Flow diagram for 3318.600 and 3319.600
Keys to the abbreviations used may be found in the list of spare parts for the model in question.

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13 Appendix
EN
13.2 PID-Flow diagram for 3318.610 and 3319.610
Keys to the abbreviations used may be found in the list of spare parts for the model in question.

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13 Appendix
13.3 PID-Flow diagram for 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx
Keys to the abbreviations used may be found in the list of spare parts for the model in question.
EN

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13 Appendix
EN Abkürzungen P+ID-Schema
Abbreviations used in the P+ID
Abréviations schéma P+ID
Abbreviazioni schema P+ID

Ab. Deutsch English Français Italiano


AQ Wasserstandrelais Water level relay Relais niveau d’eau Rele di livello d'acqua
AS Durchflussanzeige Flowrate display Indicateur d’écoulement Asametro
BC Verflüssiger Condenser Condenseur Condensatore
BA Automatisches Bypas- Automatic bypass valve Valve de by-pass auto- Valvola bypass automati-
sventil matique co
CA Anlaufkondensator Starting capacitor Condensateur de démar- Condensatore di spunto
rage
CO Kompressor Compressor Compresseur Compressore
CR Kondensator Run capacity Condensateur de marche Condensatore di marcia
FAC Filtermatte für Verflüssiger Filter mat for condenser Filtre à air du condenseur Filtro aria condensatore
FI Filtertrockner Filter dryer Filtre déshydrateur Filtro essiccatore
FL Strömungswächter Flow monitor Contrôleur de circulation Flussostato
HT Heizung Heater Chauffage Riscaldamento
JO Entlüftungsventil Vent valve Clapet de prélèvement Valvola di spurgo dell'aria
d'air
LE Elektrischer Niveauschal- Electrical level switch Interrupteur électrique de Interruttore elettrico di
ter niveau livello
LI Niveauanzeige Level indicator Indication de niveau Livello visivo
MN Manometer Manometer Manomètre Manometro
PA Hochdruckschalter High-pressure switch Pressostat haute pres- Pressostato di alta
sion
PB Niederdruckschalter Low-pressure switch Pressostat basse pres- Pressostato di bassa
sion
PD Differentialdruckschalter Differential pressure Pressostat différentiel Pressostato differenziale
switch
PHE Verdampfer Evaporator coil Evaporateur Evaporatore
PHE Plattenwärmetauscher Plate heat exchanger Echangeur thermique à Scambiatore di calore a
plaques piastre
PV Drehzahlregler für Ventila- Speed control for fan Régulateur de vitesse de Parzializzazione ventila-
tor ventilateur tore
PW Pumpe Pump Pompe Pompa

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Ab. Deutsch English Français Italiano
EN
RA Automatische Füllung Automatic filling Remplissage auto- Riempimento automatico
matique
RC Ölsumpfheizung Oil sump heater Résistance chauffante Resistenza al carter
pour bâti de moteur
RV Schauglas Inspection glass Voyant Livello visivo
RW Absperrventil für Wasser Shut-off valve for water Soupape d’arrêt d’eau Valvola d’arresto acqua
SB Heißgas-Bypassventil Hot gas bypass valve Valve de by-pass de Valvola by-pass di gas
chaud-gaz caldo
SE Temperaturfühler Temperature sensor Sonde de température Sonda di temperatura
SLW Magnetventil für Wasser Solenoid valve for water Valve magnétique d'eau Valvola solenoide acqua
SLG Magnetventil für Kältemit- Solenoid valve for refriger- Valve magnétique de Valvola solenoide gas
tel ant chaud-gaz caldo
SV Tankentleerung Tank drain Evacuation de réservoir Scarico vasca
TA Frostschutzthermostat Antifrost thermostat Thermostat antigel Termostato antigelo
TP Tankbefüllung Tank filler Remplissage de réservoir Riempimento vasca
TS Thermostat Thermostat Thermostat Termostato
VA Tank Tank Réservoir Vasca
VC Verflüssiger-Ventilator Condenser fan Ventilateur du conden- Ventilatore condensatore
seur
VE Druckausgleichsbehälter Expansion tank Réservoir auxiliaire Vasca equilibramento
delle pressioni
VNG Absperrventil für Wasser Shut-off valve for water Soupape d’arrêt d’eau Valvola d’arresto acqua
VP Druckbehälter Pressure vessel Réservoir sous pression Vasca accumulo pressu-
rizzata
VR Füllventil Fill valve Vanne de remplissage Valvola di riempimento
VS Sicherheitsventil Safety valve Soupape de sécurité Valvola di sicurezza
VT Expansionsventil Expansion valve Détenteur thermostatique Valvola termostatica
VW Wasserventil Water valve Robinet d’eau Valvola acqua

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13 Appendix
13.4 Electrical circuit diagram for 3318.6xx and 3319.6xx
EN

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13 Appendix
13.5 Electrical circuit diagram for 3320.6xx and 3334.6xx
EN

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13 Appendix
13.6 Lists of spareparts
EN
Type SK 3318.600

Description Qty. Manufacturer Type Spare part code Position in the flow
diagram

Compressor 1 DANFOSS SC10GH CAA0001065 CO

Expansion valve 1 DANFOSS TDN 1-0.4 EBA0009346 VT

Fan 1 EBM K4E250-AA04-11 VAA0001530 VC

Pump 1 SPECK Y-2841.0043 PPO0000034 PW

Condenser 1 RITTAL DISA1085CH DISA1085CH BC

Filter dryer 1 DANFOSS DML032S FDC0001257 FI

Plate heat exchanger 1 GEA M18-6-L1L1 PHA0002249 PHE

Flowrate monitor 1 RITTAL VK308MORITTA02 FAA0001171 FL

High-pressure switch 1 DANFOSS ACB4UB11W OAA0001013 PA

Ball cock 1 OVENTROP 247673 247673 SV

Micro-controller box 1 RITTAL PB2002 TES0002136 TS

Tab. 9 Spare parts for type SK 3318.600

Type SK 3318.610

Description Qty. Manufacturer Type Spare part code Position in the flow
diagram

Compressor 1 DANFOSS SC10GH CAA0001065 CO

Expansion valve 1 DANFOSS TDN 1-0.4 EBA0009346 VT

Condenser fan 1 EBM K4E250-AA04-11 VAA0001530 VC

Pump 1 SPECK Y-2841.0043 PPO0000034 PW

Condenser 1 RITTAL DISA1085CH DISA1085CH BC

Filter dryer 1 DANFOSS DML032S FDC0001257 FI

Plate heat exchanger 1 GEA M18-6-L1L1 PHA0002249 PHE

Flowrate monitor 1 RITTAL VK308MORITTA02 FAA0001171 FL

High-pressure switch 1 DANFOSS ACB4UB11W OAA0001013 PA

Tank 1 KELVIN DISA1984CL DISA1984CL VA

Micro-controller box 1 RITTAL PB2002 TES0002136 TS

Tab. 10 Spare parts for type SK 3318.610

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Type SK 3319.600
EN
Description Qty. Manufacturer Type Spare part code Position in the flow
diagram

Compressor 1 DANFOSS SC15GH CAA0001089 CO

Expansion valve 1 DANFOSS TDN 1-0.6 EBA0009345 VT

Condenser fan 1 EBM K4E250-AA04-11 VAA0001530 VC

Pump 1 SPECK Y-2841.0043 PPO0000034 PW

Condenser 1 RITTAL DISA1085CH DISA1085CH BC

Filter dryer 1 DANFOSS DML032S FDC0001257 FI

Plate heat exchanger 1 GEA M18-10-L1L1 PHA0002250 PHE

Flowrate monitor 1 RITTAL VK308MORITTA02 FAA0001171 FL

High-pressure switch 1 DANFOSS ACB4UB11W OAA0001013 PA

Ball cock 1 OVENTROP 247673 247673 SV

Micro-controller box 1 RITTAL PB2002 TES0002136 TS

Tab. 11 Spare parts for type SK 3319.600

Type SK 3319.610

Description Qty. Manufacturer Type Spare part code Position in the flow
diagram

Compressor 1 DANFOSS SC15GH CAA0001089 CO

Expansion valve 1 DANFOSS TDN 1-0.6 EBA0009345 VT

Condenser fan 1 EBM K4E250-AA04-11 VAA0001530 VC

Pump 1 SPECK Y-2841.0043 PPO0000034 PW

Condenser 1 RITTAL DISA1085CH DISA1085CH BC

Filter dryer 1 DANFOSS DML032S FDC0001257 FI

Plate heat exchanger 1 GEA M18-10-L1L1 PHA0002250 PHE

Flowrate monitor 1 RITTAL VK308MORITTA02 FAA0001171 FL

High-pressure switch 1 DANFOSS ACB4UB11W OAA0001013 PA

Tank 1 KELVIN DISA1984CL DISA1984CL VA

Micro-controller box 1 RITTAL PB2002 TES0002136 TS

Tab. 12 Spare parts for type SK 3319.610

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13 Appendix
Type SK 3320.600
EN
Description Qty. Manufacturer Type Spare part code Position in the flow
diagram

Compressor 1 UN.HERMETIQUE TAJ4511Y CAE0001058 CO

Expansion valve 1 DANFOSS TKEN 1ORIF.5 EBA0000986 VT

Condenser fan 1 EBM A2D250-AI14-09 VAH0009716 VC

Pump 1 LOWARA 2HM76T/A PCO0002113 PW

Condenser 1 RITTAL DISA2763CH DISA2763CH BC

Filter dryer 1 KMP WSG 083F FDC0001282 FI

Plate heat exchanger 1 GEA M18-14-L1L1 PHA0002251 PHE

Flowrate monitor 1 RITTAL VK315MORITTA03 FAA0001172 FL

High-pressure switch 1 DANFOSS ACB4UB11W OAA0001013 PA

Tank 1 RITTAL DISA2762CA DISA2762CA VA

Level display for


1 ELESA HCX127-INOX LCB0001218 LI
cooling medium

Ball cock 1 OVENTROP 247673 247673 SV

Micro-controller box 1 RITTAL PB2002 TES0002141 TS

Tab. 13 Spare parts for type SK 3320.600

Type SK 3334.600

Description Qty. Manufacturer Type Spare part code Position in the


flow diagram

Compressor 1 DANFOSS MTZ28JE4AV CAA0001140 CO

Expansion valve 1 DANFOSS TKEN 1ORIF.5 EBA0000987 VT

Condenser fan 1 EBM A2D250-AI14-09 VAH0009716 VC

Pump 1 LOWARA 2HM76T/A PCO0002113 PW

Condenser 1 RITTAL DISA2763CH DISA2763CH BC

Filter dryer 1 KMP WSG 083F FDC0001282 FI

Plate heat exchanger 1 GEA M18-24-L1L1 PHA0002253 PHE

Flowrate monitor 1 RITTAL VK315MORITTA03 FAA0001172 FL

High-pressure switch 1 DANFOSS ACB4UB11W OAA0001013 PA

Tank 1 RITTAL DISA2762CA DISA2762CA VA

Level display for


1 ELESA HCX127-INOX LCB0001218 LI
cooling medium

Ball cock 1 OVENTROP 247673 247673 SV

Micro-controller box 1 RITTAL PB2002 TES0002141 TS

Tab. 14 Spare parts for type SK 3334.600

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Service contact:

Rittal Service international


Auf dem Stützelberg
35745 Herborn, Germany

Telephone: +49 2772 505-1855


Fax: +49 2772 505-1850
E-mail: service@rittal.de