Clarke Devil 6005 Specifications

ELECTRIC FAN HEATERS
Devil 6002, 6003, 6005, 6009 & 6015
Part Nos: 6925218, 6925220, 6925225, 6925230 & 6925235
OPERATING & MAINTENANCE
INSTRUCTIONS
GC1011
INTRODUCTION
Thank you for purchasing this CLARKE Electric Fan Heater.
Please read this manual thoroughly and follow the instructions carefully.
Before attempting to use the heater, thoroughly familiarise yourself with the
heater & its operation. In doing so you will ensure the safety of yourself and
that of others around you, and you can look forward to the heater giving you
long and satisfactory service.
GUARANTEE
This product is guaranteed against faulty manufacture for a period of 12
months from the date of purchase. Please keep your receipt which will be
required as proof of purchase.
This guarantee is invalid if the product is found to have been abused or
tampered with in any way, or not used for the purpose for which it was
intended.
Faulty goods should be returned to their place of purchase, no product can
be returned to us without prior permission.
This guarantee does not effect your statutory rights.
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Do not dispose of this product with general household waste. This
product contains valuable raw materials and must be disposed of
according to the laws governing Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment, at a recognised disposal facility.
For parts & Servicing, please contact your nearest dealer, or
CLARKE International, on one of the following numbers.
PARTS & SERVICE TEL: 020 8988 7400
PARTS & SERVICE FAX: 020 8558 3622
or e-mail as follows:
PARTS: Parts@clarkeinternational.com
SERVICE: Service@clarkeinternational.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................. 2
GUARANTEE ........................................................................................ 2
ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION ......................................................... 2
SPARE PARTS & SERVICING CONTACTS ............................................. 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS .......................................................................... 3
GENERAL SAFETY RULES ..................................................................... 4
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS .............................................................. 6
OPERATION ......................................................................................... 8
MAINTENANCE ................................................................................... 10
FAULT FINDING ................................................................................... 11
PARTS LISTS & DIAGRAMS .................................................................. 12
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION ............................................................... 17
DECLARATIONS OF CONFORMITY ..................................................... 18
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GENERAL SAFETY RULES
WORK AREA
1. These heaters are for INDOOR USE ONLY.
2. Do not expose the heater or power cable to rain or wet conditions. Any
water entering the heater will increase the risk of electric shock. DO NOT
use this heater in a bathroom, shower room, in the vicinity of a swimming
pool, or any wet environment.
3. NEVER locate the heater near combustible materials such as curtains,
furniture etc. Allow at least 1 metre clearance.
4. DO NOT locate the heater close to an adjacent wall or ceiling. Allow a
distance of at least 1 metre from a wall or ceiling. Avoid placing the
heater directly below socket outlets.
5. Take care to ensure that the grille cannot be blocked by curtains or other
fabrics.
6. Do not operate fan heaters in explosive atmospheres such as in the
presence of flammable liquids, gases or dust such as in a paint spray
booth or any explosive environment. Electric motors create sparks which
may ignite dust or fumes.
7. Never place the heater on a movable vehicle where it could be tipped
over.
8. Do not allow the heating elements to become covered with dust which
could become a fire hazard. If used in a dusty workplace it should be
cleaned as described under Cleaning and Maintenance.
9. NEVER touch the heater element for at least 15 minutes after switching off.
10. DO NOT leave the heater unattended.
11. If children are present always use with a fireguard.
12. Store the fan heater out of the reach of children and do not allow persons
unfamiliar with these instructions to operate this appliance.
13. Do not use this heater with a programmable timer used to switch it on
automatically.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
1. Electrical appliances must match the power outlet. Never modify the plug
in any way. Do not use adaptor plugs with earthed (grounded)
appliances. Correct plugs and outlets will reduce the risk of electric shock.
2. Do not abuse the electrical cable. Never use the cable for pulling or
unplugging the heater. Keep the cable away from sources of heat, oil,
sharp edges or moving parts. Damaged or tangled cables increase the
risk of electric shock.
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3. Keep the mains cable well away from machines and ensure an adequate
electrical supply is close at hand so that the operation is not restricted by
the length of the cable.
4. ALWAYS disconnect from the mains supply before moving the heater or
performing any maintenance tasks.
5. ALWAYS use ONLY in an upright position.
6. Inspect the mains cable regularly for signs of damage. DO NOT use if it is
damaged, and ALWAYS keep it away from the source of heat.
7. Check the fan heater for damage before use. DO NOT use if the heater
elements are damaged or broken. Any damage should be properly
repaired or the part replaced. If in doubt, DO NOT use the machine.
Consult your local dealer.
SERVICE & REPAIRS
1. When necessary, have your appliance repaired by a qualified person
using identical replacement parts. This will ensure that the safety of the
appliance is maintained.
Please keep these instructions in a safe place for future reference.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
DEVIL 6002 (2KW)AND 6003 (3KW) HEATER UNITS
These models are provided with a 13 amp BS 1363 plug, fitted with a 13amp
fuse and MUST be connected to a standard, 230 Volt (50Hz) electrical supply,
preferably through an approved plug, or a suitably fused isolator switch.
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WARNING! Read these electrical safety instructions thoroughly
before connecting the product to the mains supply.
Before switching the machine on, make sure that the voltage of your
electricity supply is the same as that indicated on the rating plate. This
product is designed to operate on 230 VAC mains power. Connecting it to
any other power source may cause damage.
This product may be fitted with a non-rewireable plug. If it is necessary to
change the fuse in the plug, the fuse cover must be refitted. If the fuse cover
becomes lost or damaged, the plug must not be used until a suitable
replacement is obtained.
If the plug has to be changed because it is not suitable for your socket, or
due to damage, it should be cut off and a replacement fitted, following the
wiring instructions shown below. The old plug must be disposed of safely, as
insertion into a mains socket could cause an electrical hazard.
WARNING! The wires in the power cable of this product are
coloured in accordance with the following code:
Blue = Neutral
Brown = Live
Yellow and Green = Earth
If the colours of the wires in the power cable of this product do not
correspond with the terminal markings of your plug, proceed as follows.
• The wire which is coloured Blue must be connected to the terminal
which is marked N or coloured Black.
• The wire which is coloured Brown must be connected to the
terminal which is marked L or coloured Red.
• The wire which is coloured Yellow and Green must be connected to
the terminal which is marked E or
or coloured Green.
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Plug must be BS1363/A approved
Earth
(Green and Yellow)
Always fit a 13 Amp fuse.
Neutral
(Blue)
Live
(Brown)
Ensure that the outer sheath of the cable is firmly held by the clamp
We strongly recommend that this machine is connected to the mains supply
via a Residual Current Device (RCD).
If in doubt, consult a qualified electrician. DO NOT attempt repairs yourself.
DEVIL 6005 (5KW), DEVIL 6009(9KW) AND DEVIL 6015(15KW) UNITS
These machines MUST be connected to a 400 Volt, 3 PHASE 50Hz supply
through a suitably fused isolator switch. They cannot be operated from a single
phase supply.
The user should purchase a suitable connecting lead as shown in the diagram,
which is compatible with the appliance socket. The unit requires 5 pins
including a master earth pin, and is suitable for AC 380/415v, 50/60Hz with a
capacity of 16A/6h (Devil 6005 and 6009) or 32A/6h (Devil 6015) and rated at
IP44 class (or better) insulation. A length of 2-3 metres is recommended as
giving mobility to the appliance but without becoming a trip hazard.
The plug incorporates a hood which will secure the cable in position when
engaged with the appliance.
If in any doubt, consult a qualified electrician. DO NOT attempt any electrical
repairs yourself.
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OPERATION
The Devil range of fan assisted electric heaters are suitable for household
(Devil 6002 & 6003 only) or workshop/factory use. They incorporate a
thermostat which detects the temperature of the room air and controls the
heater to maintain a pre-selected temperature between 0 & 40°C. A
manually reset thermal cutout is provided for safety in the event of
overheating on the 6005, 6009 & 6015 models. The 2kw and 3kw units are
fitted with a self-resetting thermal cutout. The fan motor runs independently
of the thermostat and continues running after the heating element has been
switched off.
With the heater sited on a firm level surface and at a safe distance from
flamable objects (in compliance with all safety precautions), plug the heater
into the mains and set the thermostatic control to the maximum temperature
setting. Switch the heater on to one of the following power settings. Once the
room reaches the required temperature, you should turn the thermostatic
control slowly anti-clockwise until the heater switches off. The heater will now
start and stop automatically to mantain the room temperature.
2 KW HEATERS
The 2kw heater has three settings for 1) fan plus single heating element, 2) fan
plus two heating elements and 3) fan plus all three heating elements. The
other control is a progressive thermostat which is rotated through 270
degrees. A cutout is used to maintain a constant pre-set temperature.
3-position fan speed /
temperature control
Thermostatic temperature control
3 KW HEATERS
The 3kw heater has three settings for 1) fan only, 2) fan plus single heating
element, 3) fan plus both heating elements. The other control is a progressive
thermostat which is rotated through 270 degrees. A cutout is used to maintain
a constant pre-set temperature.
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3-position fan speed control
thermostatic
temperature control
The thermostat will then switch the heater on and off automatically to control
the room temperature according to the pre-set value, maintaining a
constant room temperature.
When using the heater to warm a cold room, first turn the thermostat to MAX
and run the heater on full power until the room temperature reaches the
required value, then turn the thermostat anti-clockwise until it switches off.
When using the heater for the first time a slight emission of smoke may be
noticed. This is quite normal and soon stops. It is caused by residual traces of
oil remaining on the element from production.
After use, turn the thermostat to the OFF position and turn the selector switch
to the Fan Only position, and leave the unit to cool down for a couple of
minutes.
5KW, 9KW &15KW HEATERS
The 5 & 9kw units have a three-position twist control for FAN only, and FAN
plus either half or full heat output. The 15kw unit has a four position control;FAN only, FAN + 1/3, FAN + 2/3 & FAN + full heat output. A thermostatic
temperature control is also provided for fine control of heat output at a
constant pre-set temperature.
Should the heater overheat, a thermal cutout will operate, shutting down the
unit. If this happens, allow time for the unit to cool (approx. 10 minutes) before
pressing the RESET using a suitable tool, and restarting the heater.
When switching the unit OFF, it is strongly recommended that the unit is run in
the FAN ONLY mode for approx. 10 minutes, in order to cool the heating
elements, before switching OFF completely and finally disconnecting from
the mains supply.
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Reset
Thermostatic temperature
control
3-position fan speed /
temperature control
The thermal cutout may also operate if the heater is shut down without
allowing to cool sufficiently. If subsequently, the heater fails to start, press the
RESET using a suitable tool and try again.
MAINTENANCE
If the heater has been used, ALWAYS allow it to cool down for at least 10
minutes (by switching the heater off, but leave the fan running), then
disconnect from the mains supply before performing any maintenance tasks.
PERIODICALLY
• Disconnect from the mains supply, and use compressed air to clean
out the unit. ALWAYS wear a dust mask to perform this operation.
• If there is any serious build up of dirt, wipe thoroughly with a damp
cloth. Take care that no moisture enters the heater.
• Inspect the mains cable for damage. Heat damage will cause the
cable to stiffen and crack. If this is found, have the cable replaced.
Check cable routing and ensure it is well away from the heat
source.
• Ensure heating elements are clear of dust (use compressed air to
clean the heater if possible).
• Avoid using solvents when cleaning plastic parts, most plastics are
susceptible to damage from various types of commercial solvents.
• Refer to your CLARKE dealer if internal maintenance is required. The
unit is fitted with tamper-proof screws to discourage users from
dismantling the heater.
• When storing the heater, allow it to cool down, then cover it with its
plastic bag and place it in its packing box for storage in a dry,
ventilated place.
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FAULT FINDING
Problem
Possible cause
Plug is loose/bad
connection.
Heater does not
operate, although
Fuse blown.
plugged in with the
switch and ther mostat
switched on.
Heating element
glowing hot.
Replace if necessary and
investigate cause. If fuse blows
re p e a t e d l y , c o n s u l t y o u r
CLARKE dealer.
No power at socket
outlet.
Insert the plug in a suitable
socket.
Input voltage too high
or too low.
Use a power supply in
a c c o rd a n c e w i t h t h e r a t i n g
on the label.
Air inlet grille is blocked
E n s u re t h e h e a t e r i s k e p t a w a y
f ro m a n y o b j e c t s w h i c h c o u l d
cover the air inlet or be
drawn into it.
C o n t ro l s w i t c h n o t s e t
at a "HEATING" level.
Tur n switch to a heating level.
Ther mostat has
tripped.
Tur n the ther mostat and listen.
I f t h e re i s n o C L I C K a n d t h e
ther mostat is not damaged,the
heater will automatically switch
ON when it has cooled down.
T h e m a n u a l l y re s e t
cut-out has operated.
Disconnect the power. Take a
suitable pin and insert it into the
manual RESET hole in the
c o n t ro l p a n e l . P re s s t h e R E S E T
b u t t o n a n d c o n n e c t t h e c i rc u i t .
Heater is not level.
Stand heater on a level sur face.
The unit failed to heat
up so only the air fan
operated.
Abnor mal noise.
Remedy
Pull the plug out & check the
connection of the plug and
socket.
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PARTS DIAGRAM DEVIL 6002
NO
CODE
DESCRIPTION Qty
NO
CODE
1
N/A
Handle
2
N/A
3
1
13
N/A
Side Panel (RH)
1
Top Panel
1
14
N/A
Securing Rings
1
N/A
Chassis Panel
1
15 C X D E V 600207
Switch
1
4
C X D E V 600201
F an
1
16 CXDEV600208 Room Thermostat 2
5
C X D E V 600202
Electric Motor
1
17 C X D E V 600209
Control Knob
1
6
N/A
Rear Grill
1
18
Control Panel
1
7
C X D E V 600203
Power Cable
1
19 CXDEV600210 Heating Elements
1
8
N/A
Side Panel (L/H)
1
20
N/A
Base Panel
1
9
N/A
Power
Connector
1
21
N/A
Screws
1
10
N/A
Thermostat
Fixing
1
22
N/A
Plastic Base
1
11
N/A
Thermostat
Holder
1
23
N/A
Front Grill
1
12
C X D E V 600304
Thermostat
1
12
N/A
DESCRIPTION Qty
PARTS DIAGRAM DEVIL 6003
NO
CODE
DESCRIPTION Qty
1
N/A
Support Leg
2
13 C X D E V 600305
2
N/A
Top Panel
1
14 CXDEV600306 Fan Control Knob
1
3
N/A
Chassis Panel
1
15
N/A
Front Panel
1
4
C X D E V 600301
F an
1
16
N/A
Mounting Packer
2
5
C X D E V 600302
Motor
1
17
N/A
Washer
1
6
N/A
Retaining clips
2
18 CXDEV600307 Power/Fan Speed
Controller
7
N/A
Rear Panel
1
19 C X D E V 600308
8
C X D E V 600303
Power Cable
1
20
9
N/A
Side Panel (RH)
1
21
10
N/A
Base Panel
1
11
N/A
Heater Bracket
1
12 CXDEV600304 Heating Element
NO
2
13
CODE
DESCRIPTION
Qty
Front Grille
1
1
Temperature
Controller
1
N/A
Side Panel (LH)
1
N/A
Air Duct
1
22 C X D E V 600309
Thermal Cutout
1
23 C X D E V 600310
Terminal Block
1
PARTS DIAGRAM DEVIL 6005
NO
CODE
DESCRIPTION Qty
1
N/A
Support Leg
2
2
N/A
Top Panel
3
N/A
4
NO
DESCRIPTION
Qty
12 C X D E V 600503
Heating Element
2
1
13 C X D E V 600504
Front Grille
1
Chassis Panel
1
14 CXDEV600505 Fan Control Knob
1
C X D E V 600501
F an
1
15
N/A
Front Panel
1
5
C X D E V 600502
Motor
1
16
N/A
Plastic Plug
1
6
N/A
5-Pin Socket
1
17
N/A
Support Bar
1
7
N/A
Rear Panel
1
Power/Fan Speed
18 C X D E V 600506
Controller
8
N/A
Cable Entry
1
19 C X D E V 600507
9
N/A
Side Panel (RH)
1
20
10
N/A
Base Panel
1
21
11
N/A
Heater Bracket
1
14
CODE
1
Temperature
Controller
1
N/A
Side Panel (LH)
1
N/A
Heat Shield
2
PARTS DIAGRAM DEVIL 6009
NO
CODE
DESCRIPTION Qty
NO
1
N/A
Support Leg
2
12 CXDEV600903 Heating Element
2
2
N/A
Top Panel
1
13 C X D E V 600904
Front Grille
1
3
N/A
Chassis Panel
1
14 C X D E V 600905
Control Knob
2
4
C X D E V 600901
F an
1
15
N/A
Front Panel
1
5
C X D E V 600902
Motor
1
16
N/A
Support Bar
1
6
N/A
Cable Entry
2
17
N/A
Closing Panel
1
7
N/A
Rear Panel
1
Power/Fan
18 CXDEV600907 Speed Controller
8
N/A
Plastic Plug
1
19 C X D E V 600908
9
N/A
Side Panel (RH)
1
20
10
N/A
Base Panel
1
21
11
N/A
Heater Bracket
1
15
CODE
DESCRIPTION Qty
1
Temperature
Controller
1
N/A
Side Panel (LH)
1
N/A
Heat Shield
2
PARTS DIAGRAM DEVIL 6015
NO
CODE
DESCRIPTION
Qty
1
N/A
Support Leg
2
2
N /A
Top Panel
3
N/A
4
DESCRIPTION
Qty
13 CXDEV601504
Front Grille
1
1
14 CXDEV601505
Control Knob
1
Chassis Panel
1
15
N/A
Front Panel
1
CXDEV601501
Fan
1
16
N/A
Heat Shield
2
5
CXDEV601502
Motor
1
17
N/A
Closing Plate
1
6
N/A
Angle Bracket
1
18 CXDEV601506
Speed
Controller
1
7
N/A
Rear Panel
1
19 CXDEV601507
Temperature
Controller
1
8
N/A
5-Pin Socket
1
20
N/A
LH Side Panel
1
9
N/A
RH Side Panel
1
21
N/A
Heater Retainer
2
10
N/A
Base Panel
1
22
N/A
Supporting bar
1
11
N/A
Heater Bracket
1
23
N/A
Plug
1
6
24
N/A
Bush
2
12 CXDEV601503 Heating Element
NO
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CODE
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Item
Published Specification
Model
Devil 6002
Devil 6003
Devil 6005
Devil 6009
Devil 6015
Part No
6925218
6925220
6925225
6925230
6925235
Weight
3.6 kg
5.5 kg
7.0 kg
9.0 kg
14.4 kg
Dimensions
(d x w x h) mm
225x200x425
295x265x425 295x305x25 350x335x465 400x345x535
0.025kw(fan
95w(fan only)
only)
Input Wattage 0.6kw(setting 1) 1.5(setting 1) 2.5(setting 1) 4.5(setting 1) 5kw(setting 1)
3.0(setting 2) 5.0(setting 2) 9.0(setting 2) 10kw(setting 2)
(kw)
1.3kw(setting 2)
15kw(setting 3)
2kw(setting 3)
Input
Amperage
Input Voltage
0.2 (fan only)
2.9kw(setting 1) 6.4(setting 1)
5.7kw(setting 2) 12 (setting 2)
8.6kw(setting 3)
230v / 50 Hz
7.2
13
230v / 50 Hz 400v / 50 Hz 400v / 50 Hz
21.65
400v / 50 Hz
Fuse Rating
13A
13A
16A
16A
32A
Air Output
120 m3/h
512 m3/h
557 m3/h
773 m3/h
1559 m3/h
Sound Level
n/a
51 or
<70dB(A)
51 or
<70dB (A)
59 or
<70dB (A)
64 or
<70dB (A)
InsulationClass
IPX4
IPX4
IPX4
IPX4
IPX4
Heat Output
2 kw
3 kw
5 kw
9 kw
15 kw
Operating
Temperature
0 - 85°C
0 - 40°C
0 - 40°C
0 - 40°C
0 - 40°C
Please note that the details and specifications contained herein, are correct
at the time of going to print. However, CLARKE International reserve the right
to change specifications at any time without prior notice.
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