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User Manual
Warning
Please follow safety instructions in this booklet to avoid seriously injuries or even death.
Important
Please read this manual carefully and follow the instructions. Only authorized people can
use this Dryer. For any question please contact REKTÖR MAKİNA.
Index
Foreword
Warning sings
Safety rules
Operating Instructions
Pre-Operation Inspection
Install and transport
Usage and Storage
Working Life Time and Noice Declaration
Technical Specifications
Maintenance Programme
Troubleshooting
Drying Room
Fan and Heat Isolation
Cables
Cable Connections for additonal Fans
Removable Parts
Technical Drawings
Control Panel (Dehumidifier)
Contorl Panel (Dryer)
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Warring Sings
Please avoid
contact with
liquids
Do not run the
Dryer with peeled
cables
Avoid Cable
Jams
Do not approach
with sharp and
spike materials
Ror Repair and
Maintenance C
all Technical
Service
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Safety Rules
Warring
Please follow safety instructions in this booklet to avoid seriously injuries or even
death. Please read safety instructions this manual carefully before operating the
Dryer. Avoid dangerous situations. Before operationg the Dryer, always make
safety inspections. Always inspect the working area of the Dryer. Use the Dryer
only for its work purpose. Please follow all instructions in the user manual as well
as all signs on the Dryer. Please study the Dryer for safety opearation.
Electrical Shock Hazard
This Dryer has no electric isolation and can not protect against electrical contact.
Please operate this Dryer at least 3m away. Keep away from teh Drye rin case of
electrical contact.
Hazards caused by failures of the Dryer
Please do not operate a defective Dryer.
Wrong operating hazard: Please do not leave the Dryer unattended. Dryer
operated by unauthorized person can cause seriously injures or even death.
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Usage Instructions
Basic Items
The usage instruction sectioon, includes all operating instructions. It is the
responsibility of the operator to follow the safety instructions.
It is not safety to use the Dryer for purposes other than its purpose metioned
herein. If the Dryer is used by more than one operator, each operator has to follow
all instrucitons; before operationg the Dryer, always make safety necessary
inspections. Always make a function test. Always inspect the working area of the
Dryer.
Usage Instructions
The Dryer is designed for heating, dehumidifier and drying a isolated closed area
with a volume of 100m³.
Besides, the Dryer can be used as a dehumidifier for2000m³ . (Room without
isolation).
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Pre Usage Inspection Process
Basic Item
A Pre-Usage Inspection, is a visual control made by the operator before
operating the Dryer. Please check each item the list next page. In case of any
changes comparing to factory defaults and / or defect caused by producer,
make sure that the Dryer will not be operated.
It is cleary mentioned in this user manual, that the repairment of the Dryer
should be made only by qualified technicians. After the repairment, the
operator should make the routine pre-operationg inspections.
Pre-Usage Inspection Process
Make sure that the whole user manual is always readable and fully available.
Make sure that all security tags are in its place as shown in the tag section.
Please check following items for damage, improper installation or missing parts
and check if anything is changed.
1. Make sure that alla removable parts ar in its place
2. make sure that the Power Cord is plugged in
3. Open the air output vent with the lever. Leave at least 50cm space for the
suction input and blow output.
4. Fix the dryer on a plain ground.
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Install and Transport
Install
Fix the Dryer on a plain ground. To fix the Dryer on a plain ground,
lock the two frontwheels.
After all security inspections and plug power to a 380V grounded
electric plug. Switch the Dryer on as shown in the image.
Transport
Make security precaution before transporting the Dryer. While
moving/transporting the Dryer please consider that its weight is
150kg. The transportation is dividen into three main processes.
1. Moving/Transporting on a plain ground: After unlocking the wheels you
can move the Dryer via transportation handle.
2. Moving/Transporting on a uneven ground: Make security precaution
and lift the Dryer on its big wheels
move the Dryer.
3. Moving/Transporting by by carrying: This macine can be carried by two
persons. Carry the Dryer as shown in the Picture. Lift the macine on its big
wheels and and The second person can lift the Dryer up via the small front
wheels.
4. Long Distance Transportation: For Long distance Moving/Transportation
put the Dryer in its crate. To avoid any damage during the transportaion fix
the Dryer in the crate. The total weight (the Dryer itself and the crate) is
235kg.
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Usage and storage
R 407c What to consider
RM 55000 dryer heat pump works with
compressed freon gas
(Chlorofluorocarbon
compound) in a closed curcuit on the
heatexchanger. Damagin the heatexchangers
during usage or storage may cause leaking freon
gas (Chlorofluorocarbon compound). When hitting the heatexchanger
with an sharp metal may cause compressed freon gas (Chlorofluorocarbon compound) leak.
R 407c: It is liquid gas and compressed. In case of contact with
flame or extremely hot metal surfaces can be released toxic and
corrosive products. The steam of it is heavier than oxygene and
reduces oxygene in the air. Inhaling freon gas can cause heart
irregularities, consciousness loss. Contact with eye and skin can
cause frostbite.
First aid for R 407 c Freon Gas Injuries
When contact with eyes, wash it out with plenty of water. If the freon victiom can not
breath, provide the patient with artificial respiration. If spilled or leaked outdoor; hold it
against the wind. If spilled or leaked indoor; empty the place and deploy gas through a
ground level ventilation. Do not smoke and do not start any internal-combustion engine.
Keep away flames and heatet elements.
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Working Life and Noise Declaration
Working Life
1.Heat Pump 32.000 hours
2. Fan Engine
When working life has of a spare part is over, it should be replaced with a new
one in order to make the Dryer work again.
Note: Sparepart replacement should only be done by an authorized technician.
Noice Level
V 4.4 – 71-89 dB
V 6.1 – 71-89 dB
V 9 – 75 dB
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Technical Specifications
It is the policy of Rektör Makine to improve its products continuously. Rektör
Makine has the right to change the product specifications without prior notice.
Rm 55.000
Dimension (cm)
Weight
Energy Consuption
Current Draw
Initial Current
Power Supply
Effective area (heated)
Effective area (non-heated)
Dry air output
Air Flow
Dry Air Flow
Warm Air Flow
Total Air Flow
Operating Temperature Range
Max Heathing Capacity
Max Working Temparature
Min Working Temp.
Heathing Capacity
Operating Humidity Range
Adjustable humidity range
Max. Operating Humidity
Min. Operating Humidity
Dehumidifying capacity
Max. Dehumidifying Cap.
V 4.4
76-80-125
180 Kg
4.4 Kw/h
10.1 Ampere
55 Ampere
342-462-V-3-50 Hz
414-506-V-3-60 Hz
100 m³
2000 m³
% 18 rh
V 6.1
76-80-125
190 Kg
6.1 Kw/h
14 Ampere
65 Ampere
342-462-V-3-50 Hz
414-506-V-3-60 Hz
100 m³
2000 m³
% 18 rh
1800 m³/h
3500 m³/h
5300 m³/h
1800 m³/h
3500 m³/h
5300 m³/h
45 °C
50 °C
5 °C
6.400 kcal/h
45 °C
50 °C
5 °C
12.000 kcal/h
%0 / %100
%100
%0
20 °C %60 - 216 lt/daily
45 °C %60 - 360 lt/daily
%0 / %100
%100
%0
20 °C %60 - 216 lt/daily
45 °C %60 - 480 lt/daily
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Maintenance Programme
Daiy Maintenance
Machines with air fitler, should be cleaned
daily. The cleaning should be made with high
pressure water or high pressure air.
Monthly Maintenance
Remove the air input fitler and clean the
aluminium surfaces with high pressure water
or vacuum cleaner.
Annual Maintenance
The annual maintenance should be made by
an authorized technician. The heatexchangers
should be removed and cleaned.
Note: The mainetenance intervals may vary
depending on the pollution rate.
“Beware of sharp parts while cleaning.”
“Wear Safety Gloves!”
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Troubleshooting
Fault Detection : In case of a fault, check switch and the warning
mechanisms in the Electric Panel. Shown in the images and
explanations Detect the Fault.
1. The Fan Engines will be disable if the Fuse is switched off. To re-operate the Fan Engines
switch the Fuse Switch to on.
2. Check the Heat-Pump Engine protection switch, if the switch is on the 0 position, the
protection switch is switched off and the electrical cuircut has been interrupted. To reoperate the Heat-Pump turn the switch to position 1.
3. The Contactor is used to transfer power.
4. If the Gren-Led On the MKS 01 is off, there is a electricity problem.
5. When the Heat-Pump Engine re-operates, first the “on led” lits and then the “out” led
lits. When these leds are not lit, that means that a electrical fault has occured.
6. Will only engaged below certain temperatures and avoids the dryer to freeze.
7. In case of high current, the thermal switch cuts the circuit and provides protection and
engages it self again.
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Drying Room
Drying Room
The Drying Room should not be bigger than 100m³ . For Rooms with more than
100m³ a second dryer is required. The volume of the room depends on the
ceiling heigt. The ceiling should not be higher than 2,5m.
For Example; A room with a ceiling height of 2,5m should be max. 40m². 40 x
2,5 = 100m³
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Fan and Heat Isolation
External Fan Vortice 230/9 AR LLS
2 Fans with automatic blinds and air sealing feature should
be mounted like shown in the drawing. The Fans should be
positioned diagonally. Fans are operating connected to the
dryer. If required the Dryer activates the Fans. One Fan
operates as air input fan and the other air output fan. The
purpose is to balance the heat in the room.
Isolation
When preparing a drying room, the inside of the room should be isolated.
Drying Process takes more time in a Room without isolation. Less Heat-Loss
equals short Drying Process.
Compressed Styrafoam
Compressed Styrafoam is mainly used for outdoor cold and heat isolations.
To avoid heat-loss in the drying room all surfaces (floor,
walls and ceiling) of the drying room should be covered with
compressed styrafoam. Alternatively to avoid possible
oppression on the floor, materials like sandwich panels can
be used.
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Cables
- Ground
N - Neutral
L1 - 1. Phase
L2 - 2. Phase
L3 - 3. Phase
Fan Kablosu
N - Neutral
L1 - Phase
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Cable Connections for additonal Fans
Connecting cables
L1 - Brown cable
N4 - Blue cable
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Removable Parts
During the maintenance of the Dryer, remove only the parts 3 and 9. All other parts should
be removed by authorized technician. The order removing process is shown below. Do not
operate the Dryer during the remove process. Unpulg the the macine if pugged in.
Things to do when removing parts
Remove the screws the held the parts together. Remove the parts in the order shown
below. To re attach the parts follow the order backwords. Wthen removing part nr.6 (Left
Cover) water discharge hose and on of switch as well as the power cables should be
removed. Please chech the electric panel knowledge before removing cables.
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Removable Parts
Air Sealing Parts
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Technical Drawings
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