HEAT PUMPS - TECHNICAL MANUAL
ANK 030-045-050
H-HP-HA
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Dear Customer,
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to machines that have already been fabricated, delivered or are under construction.
INDEX
1.
1.1.
Description and choice of unit........................................................... 6
Available version................................................................................ 6
2.
Configurator....................................................................................... 7
3.
Cek list................................................................................................ 8
4.
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
4.4.
4.5.
4.6.
4.7.
Principle of operation diagrams cooling............................................ 9
Cooling circuit.................................................................................. 10
Frame and fans................................................................................ 10
Hydraulic circuit standard................................................................ 10
Hydraulic circuit (configurable version)........................................... 10
Water features................................................................................. 10
Safety and control components....................................................... 10
Electric components........................................................................ 11
5.
Accessories compatibility................................................................. 12
6.
Technical data.................................................................................. 13
7.
7.1.
7.3.
7.2.
Operation limit................................................................................. 14
Cooling mode................................................................................... 14
Heating mode .................................................................................. 14
Heating mode .................................................................................. 14
8.
8.1.
8.2.
8.3.
8.4.
8.5.
8.6.
8.7.
8.8.
8.9.
8.10.
8.11.
8.12.
Performance and absorption that differ from
the nominal - heating mode............................................................ 15
Ank 030 h (220v-1-60hz ) heating capacity and input power.......... 15
Ank 045 h (220v-1-60hz ) heating capacity and input power.......... 16
Ank 050 h (220v-1-60hz ) heating capacity and input power.......... 17
Ank 030 h (220v-1-60hz ) cooling capacity and input power........... 18
Ank 045 h (220v-1-60hz ) cooling capacity and input power........... 19
Ank 050 h (220v-1-60hz ) cooling capacity and input power........... 20
Ank 030 hp-ha (220v-1-60hz ) heating capacity and input power... 21
Ank 045 hp-ha (220v-1-60hz ) heating capacity and input power... 22
Ank 050 ha-hp (220v-1-60hz ) heating capacity and input power... 23
Ank 030 ha-hp (220v-1-60hz ) cooling capacity and input power.... 24
Ank 045 ha-hp (220v-1-60hz ) cooling capacity and input power.... 25
Ank 050 ha-hp (220v-1-60hz ) cooling capacity and input power.... 26
9.
9.1.
9.2.
Pressure drop................................................................................... 27
System side exchanger + piping pressure drop................................ 27
Filter pressure drops........................................................................ 27
10.
Useful static pressures..................................................................... 28
11.
11.1.
Ethylene glycol solutions.................................................................. 29
How to interpret glycol curves......................................................... 29
12.
12.1.
Minimum/maximum of system water content ............................... 30
Expansion vessel calibration ........................................................... 30
13.
Recommended minimum water content......................................... 30
14.
14.1.
Sound data....................................................................................... 31
Sound levels..................................................................................... 31
15.
15.1.
15.2.
Calibration of safety and control parameters.................................. 31
Control parameters.......................................................................... 31
Protection device calibration........................................................... 31
16.
16.1.
16.2.
General warnings for the installer.................................................... 32
Preservation of the documentation................................................. 32
Warnings regarding safety and installation standards .................... 32
17.
17.1.
17.2.
Selection and place of installation................................................... 33
Minimum technical.......................................................................... 33
Handling example............................................................................ 33
18.
18.1.
18.2.
18.3.
Hydraulic circuits of principle........................................................... 34
Chydraulic circuit for internal and external ank “h” (standard)....... 34
Chydraulic circuit for internal and external ank “hp”....................... 35
Chydraulic circuit for internal and external ank “hp”....................... 36
19.
System example............................................................................... 37
20.
Barycentre and antivibration........................................................... 38
21.
Dimension (mm).............................................................................. 39
22.
Antivibration positioning (mm)........................................................ 39
23.
23.2.
23.1.
Hydraulic connection....................................................................... 40
Ank 030-045-050 h........................................................................... 40
Ank 030-045-050 ha......................................................................... 40
24.
24.1.
24.2.
24.3.
Electric connections......................................................................... 41
Recommended electric cable section.............................................. 41
Electric power connection to the electrical mains........................... 41
Auxiliary connections under the responsibility
of the user/installer......................................................................... 41
25.
25.1.
25.2.
25.3.
Control and commissioning............................................................. 42
Preparation for commissioning........................................................ 42
Machine commissioning.................................................................. 42
Season changeover.......................................................................... 42
26.
26.1.
26.2.
26.3.
26.4.
26.5.
26.6.
26.7.
Functioning features........................................................................ 43
Set point in cooling mode................................................................ 43
Set point in heating mode................................................................ 43
Compressor start-up delay............................................................... 43
Circulation pump.............................................................................. 43
Fan speed control (dcpx accessory)................................................. 43
Anti-freeze alarm............................................................................. 43
Water flow rate alarm...................................................................... 43
27.Maintenance.................................................................................... 43
27.1. Hydraulic circuit............................................................................... 43
27.2. Electric circuit checks....................................................................... 43
27.3. Cooling circuit checks....................................................................... 43
27.4. Mechanical checks........................................................................... 43
27.5. Extraordinary maintenance............................................................. 44
27.6. Load procedure................................................................................ 44
28.
List of controls for the guided procedure........................................ 45
EN
1.
Standards and Directives respected on designing and constructing
the unit:
PROTECTION RATING
1. IP 24
ACOUSTIC PART:
2. SOUND POWER (EN ISO 9614-2)
3. SOUND PRESSURE (EN ISO 3744)
REFRIGERANT GAS:
This unit contains fluoride gases with
greenhouse effect covered by the
Kyoto Protocol. Maintenance and
disposal must only be performed by
qualified staff.
STANDARD:
UL 1995
Heating and cooling equipment.
ANSI/NFPA
Standard 70 National Electrical code
(N.E.C.).
CSA C.22.1.- C.22.2
Safety Standard Electrical Installation.
DESCRIPTION AND CHOICE OF UNIT
The heat pumps for OUTDOOR condensed in the
air with R410A Series ANK have been designed and
manufactured to satisfy heating and cooling needs
and the production of domestic hot water (DHW)
in medium to small commercial or residential
buildings.
These units, have extremely silent functioning and
are highly efficient and reliable, thanks to the use
of exchangers with a large exchange surface and
low-noise high-efficiency scroll compressors.
1.1. AVAILABLE VERSION
ANK (H):
Standard version
ANK (HP):
Version with circulation pump.
ANK (HA):
Version with circulation pump and storage tank.
WARNING
Before the use (or after a prolonged period of suspension) of units destined to function with low
air temperature and also the heat pumps, it is of
extreme importance that the oil in the compressor
sump is previously heated for at least 8 hours using
the relevant electrical resistances. The sump resistance is powered automatically when the unit stops
as long as the unit is live.
TECHNICAL
PLATE
6
TECHNICAL
PLATE
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2.
CONFIGURATOR
FIELD
1,2,3
DESCRIPTION
ANK
4,5,6
SIZE
030 - 045 - 050
7
MODEL
H Heat pumps
8
VERSION
° Standard
P With pump
A With storage tank
9
EXECUTION
° Standard
10
COIL
° Aluminium
11
FIELD OF USE
° Standard temperature of water produced up to 39,2°F / 4°C
12
EVAPORATOR
° Standard
13
POWER SUPPLY
5 1~220V 60Hz
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3.
CEK LIST
Ciruit
Components
Chiller circuit
Resistance compressor
High pressure switch
High pressure trasducer
Low pressure trasducer
Solenoid valve
Plate exchanger
8
std
std
std
std
std
std
Hydraulic circuit
Water filter
Flow switch
Safety valve
Air vent
Version "H"
030
yes
yes
yes
yes
045
yes
yes
yes
yes
050
yes
yes
yes
yes
Hydraulic circuit
Water filter
Flow switch
Safety valve
Air vent
Pump
Expansion tank
Version "HP"
030
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
045
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
050
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
Hydraulic circuit
Water filter
Flow switch
Safety valve
Air vent
Pump
Expansion tank
Storage tank
Version "HA"
030
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
045
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
050
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
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4.
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION DIAGRAMS COOLING
CV
CN
CO
valvola VIC
inversione
F
HPT
accumulo
AL
liquido
HPS
CP
compressore
LS
LPT
TEV
BHE
FS
H2O DELIVERY
SYSTEM SIDE
EV
CV
KEY
CP
HPT
HPS
LPT
VIC
CN
CV
CO
F
AL
TEV
BHE
V
pompa
H2O ETURN
SYSTEM SIDE
MF
Compressor
High pressure transducer
High pressure switch
Low pressure switch
4-way cycle reverse valve
Coil
One-way valves
Orifice
Dehydrator filter
Storage liquid
Thermostatic valve
Plate exchanger
Fan/s
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4.1.
COOLING CIRCUIT
Compressor
High efficient scroll on anti-vibration mounts, activated by a 2-pole electric motor with internal heat
protection. They are supplied, as standard, with an
electric heater resistance, powered automatically
when the unit stops as long as the unit is power on.
Source side heat exchanger (coil)
Made with copper pipes and aluminium louvered
fins blocked by mechanical expansion of the pipes,
equipped with protection grid.
Water-side heat exchanger (plate)
Unit with (AISI 316) heat plate, insulated externally
with closed cell material to reduce heat loss.
Liquid separator
Positioned at compressor inlet to protect from
refrigerant return.
Thermostatic valve
Mechanical valve, with external equaliser positioned
at evaporator outlet, modulates the flow of gas to the
evaporator, depending on the heat load, in order to
ensure a correct heating level of the inlet gas.
Dehydrator filter
Mechanical dehydrator filter realised in ceramics
and hygroscopic material, able to withhold impurities and any traces of humidity present in the cooling circuit.
Liquid indicator
Used to check the refrigerant gas load and any presence of humidity in the cooling circuit.
Cycle reversing valve
Reverses the flow of refrigerant in variation of summer/winter mode and during eventual defrosting
cycles.
One way valve
Allows one-way flow of the refrigerant.
Liquid storage
Used to keep the refrigerant gas in the liquid state
when the machine accumulates it excessively during
functioning.
4.2.
FRAME AND FANS
Support frame
Made in hot galvanised sheet steel with suitable
thickness and painted with polyester powders able
to resist atmospheric agents through time.
Ventilation Unit
Axial fan, balanced statically and dynamically. The
electric fans are protected electrically by magnetcircuit breakers and mechanically by anti-intrusion
metal grids, according to the IEC EN 60335-2-40
Standard.
4.3. HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT STANDARD
WATER FILTER
Equipped with steel filtering mesh; prevents the
heat exchangers from clogging.
FLOW SWITCH
It checks that there is circulation of water.If
10
this is not the case, it blocks the unit
SAFETY VALVES
Set at 6 bar and the discharge conveyor, discharging
the excess pressure occurs in the event of abnormal
pressures
AIR VENT
assembled on the upper part of the hydraulic system; it releases any air bubbles that may be present
in the system.
4.4.
HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT (CONFIGURABLE
VERSION)
Flowswitch
Positioned above evaporator, it has the task of
controlling that there is water circulation.
Adversary, it blocks the unit.
Safety valve
Calibrated at 6 BAR and with piped discharger,
dischargers if abnormal pressure occurs.
Water filter
This allows to block and eliminate any impurities
present in the hydraulic circuits. It contains a filtering
mesh with holes that do not exceed one millimetre.
It is indispensable in order to prevent serious damage
to the plate exchanger.
Expansion vessel
With nitrogen pre-load membrane
Circulator/Pump
Offers static pressure useful to plant, at net of unit
pressure drops
Storage tank
In stainless steel, with a 100-litre capacity. In
order to reduce the thermal dispersion and
eliminate the phenomenon of the formation of condensation, it is insulated with polyurethane material
of a suitable thickness.
Drain tap
Allows discharge of water
4.5.
WATER FEATURES
PH
Electric
conductivity
Chloride ions
Sulphuric acid ions
Total iron
Alkalinity M
Total hardness
Sulphur ions
ammonia ions
Silicone ions
4.6.
6-8
less than 200 mV/cm
(77°F / 25°C)
less than 50 ppm
less than 50 ppm
less than 0.3 ppm
less than 50 ppm
less than 50 ppm
none
none
less than 30 ppm
SAFETY AND CONTROL COMPONENTS
High pressure switch (AP)
With fixed calibration, placed on high pressure side
of cooling circuit, inhibits functioning of compressor
if abnormal work pressure occurs.
Low pressure transducer
Placed on low pressure side of cooling circuit, signals
the work pressure to control board, generating a prewarning in case abnormal pressure occurs.
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High pressure transducer
Placed on high pressure side of cooling circuit, signals the work pressure to control board, generating a
pre-warning in case abnormal pressure occurs.
4.7.
ELECTRIC COMPONENTS
Electric Control Board
Contains the power section and the management of
controls and safety devices. It is in compliance with
the IEC 60204-1 Standard and the Directives regarding electromagnetic compatibility EMC 89/336/CEE
and 92/31/CEE.
Control board
Allows the complete control of the appliance.
For a more in-depth description please refer to the
user manual.
- compressors magnet circuit breaker protection;
- fans magnet-circuit breakers protection;
- auxiliary magnet circuit-breaker protection
Regolazione elettronica
MODU CONTROL
Temperature control of the output water with proportional-integral
algorithm: maintains average output temperature at value set
- Self-adapting differential switch: guarantees minimum functioning
times of the compressor in systems with low water content.
- Intelligent defrosting for pressure reduction: allows to determine
when the coil is effectively defrosted, avoiding useless defrosting
- Set-point compensation with external temperature (with external
air probe accessory): reduces energy consumption
- Condensation check based on the pressure rather than on temperature for absolute stability (with DCPX revs. adjuster accessory )
Inverse condensation check for the heat pump functioning mode
also in summer (with dcpx revs. adjuster accessory)
- Pre-alarms with automatic reset: in the case of alarm, a certain
number of re-starts are allowed before the definitive block
alarm on the ∆T: to identify wiring errors (reverse rotation) or
blocked cycle reversing valve
- Compressor functioning hours count.
- Compressor peak count.
- Historical alarms
- Autostart after voltage drop.
- Local or remote control
Display of the start of the unit:
1. Voltage presence
2. compressor ON/OFF
3. functioning mode (hot/cold)
4. alarm active
Probes, transducers and parameters display
1. Water outlet
2. water inlet
3. Coil temperature (heat pumps)
4. Pressing gas temperature
5. External air temperature (heat pumps, cooling only with DCPX
and probe)
6. Pressure delivery (heat pumps)
7. Intake pressure (heat pumps)
8. Temperature error (sum of the proportional and integral error)
9. Stand-by times for start-up/switch-off of the compressor
10. Alarms management:
11. Low pressure
12. High pressure (primary alarm: switch directly blocks supply to
compressor)
13. High discharge temperature
14. Anti-freeze
15. Water differential flow switch. Alarm on the ∆T
−
−
−
Alarms with automatic reset with limited number of re-starts before blocking.
ON/OFF external contact
Change season from external contact
For further information please refer to user manual.
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5.
ACCESSORIES COMPATIBILITY
VT ANTI-VIBRATION
Group of anti-vibration
12
ANK
VERS.
030
045
050
VT
H-HP
HA
VT9
VT15
VT9
VT15
VT9
VT15
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TECHNICAL DATA
ALL
H
HP-HA
ALL
H
H
U.M.
ton
kW
kW
gpm
p.s.i.
p.s.i.
030
2,51
2,81
3,01
6,0
1,1
0,2
045
3,35
3,85
4,05
8,0
1,3
0,4
050
4,02
4,32
4,52
9,5
2,0
0,5
ALL
H
HP-HA
ALL
H
H
U.M.
BTU/h
kW
kW
gpm
p.s.i.
p.s.i.
030
37670
3,05
3,25
8,4
2,1
0,3
045
51967
4,00
4,20
11,5
2,7
0,8
050
57598
4,33
4,53
12,8
3,6
0,9
IPLV
H
HP-HA
H
HP-HA
ALL
BTU/W
BTU/W
W/W
W/W
-
10,73
8,94
3,62
3,40
4,36
10,46
9,94
3,81
3,63
4,25
11,18
10,68
3,89
3,73
4,53
ELECTRICAL DATA
Power supply
Total input current heating mode
Total input current heating mode
Total input current cooling mode
Total input current cooling mode
Peak current (LRA)
MCA
MCA
MOP
ALL
H
HP-HA
H
HP-HA
ALL
H
HP-HA
ALL
A
14,2
15,1
13,0
13,9
45,0
27,3
28,3
45,0
16,9
17,8
16,3
17,2
45,0
37,1
38,1
60,0
18,3
19,2
18,2
19,1
45,0
33,6
34,6
60,0
COOLING
Cooling capacity [1]
Total input power [1*]
Water flow rate (cooling mode)
Pressure drop + piping
Pressure drop water filter
HEATING
Heating capacity [2]
Total input power
Water flow rate (heating mode)
Pressure drop + piping
Pressure drop water filter
ENERGETIC INDEX
EER
COP
220/1/60
FANS (AXIAL)
Quantity
Total input power
Air flow rate
ALL
ALL
ALL
n°
cfm
kW
2
244
0,3
2
244
0,3
2
244
0,3
EVAPORATOR
Hydraulic connections (Gas)
Quantity
ALL
ALL
n°
inch
1
1" 1/4
1
1" 1/4
1
1" 1/4
CHARGES [3]
Refrigerant gas (R410A)
ALL
lb
9
12
13
COMPRESSORS (SCROLL)
N. compressors/circuits
Capacity control
Oil charge
ALL
ALL
ALL
n°/n°
oz
1/1
0-100
30
1/1
0-100
30
1/1
0-100
30
PUMP
Input power
Input current
Useful head in cooling mode
Useful head in heathing mode
Storage tank
-
kW
A
p.s.i.
p.s.i.
gal
0,2
0,9
10,4
8,9
26
0,2
0,9
10,0
7,8
26
0,2
0,9
9,1
6,8
26
EXPANSION VESSEL
Capacity
Calibration pressure
Quantity
-
oz
psi
n°
169
22
1
169
22
1
169
22
1
SOUND DATA
Sound power [4]
Sound pressure at 10 m [5]
-
dBA
dBA
70,5
39,5
70,5
39,5
70,5
39,5
DIMENSIONS H-HP VERSION
Height
Width
Depth
Empty weight "H"
Empty weight "HP"
H
HP
in
in
in
lb
lb
50
39
18
328
340
50
39
18
364
386
50
39
18
379
401
DIMENSIONS HA VERSION
Height
Width
Depth
Empty weight "HA"
HA
in
in
in
lb
50
57
18
417
50
57
18
463
50
57
18
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[1]COOLING (AHRI CONDITIONS)
Outlet water temperature
Flow rate
External temperature
6,7°C / 44,6°F
0,043l/s per kW
35°C / 95°F
[1*] The total input power not include the pump.
[2]HEATING (AHRI CONDITIONS)
Water input temperature
Output water temperature
External air temperature d.b./w.b.
∆t
104°F / 40°C
113°F / 45°C
44,6-42,8°F / 7-6°C
10,01°F / 5°C
[3] The reported data can be amended any time Aermec
considers it necessary.
[4] Sound power
Aermec determines sound power values in agreement with
the 9614-2 Standard, in compliance with that requested by
Eurovent certification.
[5] Sound Pressure
Sound pressure measured in free field conditions with
reflective surface (directivity factor Q=2) at 10mt distance
from external surface of unit, in compliance with ISO 3744
regulations.
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OPERATION LIMIT
The devices in their standard configuration, are not
suitable for installation in a saline environment. To
the limits of operation, please refer to the diagram,
valid for AHRI standard conditions.
In the windy zones, for a correct operation of the
DCPX the installation of the windbreak recommends him.
7.1. COOLING MODE
7.2. HEATING MODE
Operation limit valid only to ANK 030-045.
°C
°F
50
122
°C
°F
45
113
65
149
60
140
55
131
50
122
45
113
40
104
35
95
30
86
25
77
20
68
40
104
35
95
Temperature of the water produced
External air temperature
Operation limit valid to all ANK model.
30
86
25
77
Standard functioning
20
68
15
59
Functioning
with DCPX
STANDARD
functioning
Functioning
with DCPX
10
50
0
32
-5
23
-13
-4
5
14
23
32
41
50
59
68
77
86
95
104
113 °F
-10 14
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
-15 5
39,5 41
4
5
50
59
64,4 °F
10
15
18
External air temperature b.s.
°C
Temperature of produced water
7.3. HEATING MODE
Temperature of the water produced
Operation limit valid only to ANK 050.
°C
°F
65
149
60
140
55
131
50
122
45
113
40
104
35
95
30
86
25
77
20
68
STANDARD
functioning
Functioning
with DCPX
-13
-4
5
14
23
32
41
50
59
68
77
86
95
104
113 °F
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
°C
External air temperature b.s.
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PERFORMANCE AND ABSORPTION THAT DIFFER FROM THE NOMINAL - HEATING MODE
8.1. ANK 030 H (220V-1-60Hz ) HEATING CAPACITY AND INPUT POWER
TEMPERATURE OF THE WATER PRODUCED °C
TAE
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
(BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W)
-20 21702 1,93 3,29 20166 2,25 2,63 18441 2,48 2,18 16492 2,67 1,81 14393 2,83 1,49 12182 3,01 1,19
-
-18 22377 1,94
3,38 20990 2,25
2,74 19379 2,49
2,28 17617 2,69
1,92 15630 2,86
1,60 13531 3,03
1,31
-
-
-
-
-
-
-16 22939 1,93
3,48 21665 2,25
2,83 20203 2,50
2,37 18554 2,70
2,02 16717 2,87
1,71 14768 3,05
1,42
-
-
-
-
-
-
-14 23389 1,92
3,57 22302 2,25
2,91 20953 2,50
2,46 19416 2,71
2,10 17729 2,88
1,80 15893 3,06
1,52 13906 3,27
1,25
-
-
-
-12 23839 1,91
3,65 22864 2,25
2,98 21665 2,50
2,54 20278 2,71
2,20 18704 2,89
1,89 16980 3,07
1,62 15143 3,28
1,35
-
-
-
-10 24364 1,90
3,75 23502 2,24
3,08 22415 2,49
2,64 21140 2,71
2,29 19716 2,89
2,00 18104 3,08
1,72 16380 3,29
1,46 14543 3,53
1,21
-8
3,88 24214 2,23
3,19 23277 2,49
2,74 22115 2,71
2,39 20803 2,89
2,11 19304 3,08
1,84 17692 3,29
1,58 15968 3,54
1,32
24926 1,88
-7
25301 1,88
3,94 24626 2,23
3,24 23652 2,52
2,75 22640 2,71
2,45 21290 2,90
2,15 19941 3,09
1,89 18404 3,30
1,64 16717 3,54
1,38
-6
25676 1,87
4,02 25076 2,22
3,32 24251 2,49
2,85 23202 2,71
2,51 22002 2,90
2,22 20653 3,09
1,96 19154 3,30
1,70 17542 3,55
1,45
-4
26613 1,86
4,19 26125 2,22
3,45 25413 2,49
2,99 24514 2,71
2,65 23427 2,90
2,37 22152 3,10
2,09 20765 3,30
1,84 19266 3,56
1,59
-2
27812 1,86
4,37 27437 2,22
3,63 26838 2,49
3,16 26050 2,72
2,81 25076 2,91
2,52 23914 3,10
2,26 22640 3,31
2,00 21253 3,57
1,74
0
29311 1,86
4,61 29087 2,22
3,85 28599 2,50
3,35 27887 2,73
3,00 27025 2,92
2,71 25975 3,12
2,44 24814 3,32
2,19 23539 3,58
1,93
1
30211 1,86
4,75 30024 2,23
3,95 29574 2,50
3,47 28937 2,74
3,10 28149 2,93
2,81 27137 3,13
2,54 26013 3,33
2,29 24776 3,59
2,02
2
-
-
-
31748 2,23
4,18 30661 2,49
3,61 30398 2,74
3,26 29536 2,95
2,93 28449 3,14
2,66 27100 3,34
2,37 25451 3,60
2,07
4
-
-
-
35459 2,25
4,63 34671 2,53
4,02 33772 2,77
3,58 32722 2,96
3,24 31485 3,16
2,92 29949 3,37
2,60 28074 3,63
2,27
6
-
-
-
39019 2,28
5,03 38120 2,56
4,36 37108 2,80
3,89 35908 3,00
3,51 34484 3,20
3,16 32797 3,40
2,82 30736 3,66
2,46
7
-
-
-
40781 2,29
5,21 40931 2,59
4,63 38720 2,81
4,03 37670 3,05
3,62 35983 3,22
3,28 34184 3,43
2,92 32085 3,68
2,56
8
-
-
-
42468 2,41
5,16 41456 2,66
4,57 40331 2,87
4,11 39019 3,08
3,71 37445 3,28
3,35 35608 3,49
2,99 33397 3,72
2,63
10
-
-
-
45729 2,53
5,30 44642 2,78
4,71 43405 2,99
4,25 42018 3,19
3,86 40331 3,38
3,49 38345 3,59
3,13 36021 3,81
2,77
12
-
-
-
48765 2,63
5,44 47603 2,87
4,86 46329 3,08
4,41 44829 3,28
4,01 43068 3,47
3,64 40969 3,68
3,26 38532 3,90
2,89
14
-
-
-
51464 2,72
5,55 50302 2,96
4,98 48952 3,17
4,53 47416 3,36
4,13 45579 3,55
3,76 43442 3,76
3,39 40894 3,97
3,02
16
-
-
-
52925 2,80
5,55 51951 3,03
5,02 50789 3,25
4,59 49402 3,43
4,22 47753 3,62
3,87 45766 3,81
3,52 43442 4,04
3,15
18
-
-
-
54312 2,86
5,56 53375 3,10
5,05 52288 3,30
4,64 50939 3,50
4,26 49327 3,68
3,93 47378 3,87
3,58 45054 4,09
3,23
20
-
-
-
55399 2,92
5,56 54500 3,16
5,06 53450 3,36
4,66 52138 3,55
4,30 50564 3,74
3,97 48652 3,92
3,63 46329 4,14
3,28
22
-
-
-
56186 2,96
5,56 55362 3,20
5,07 54350 3,40
4,68 53075 3,59
4,33 51539 3,78
4,00 49627 3,96
3,67 47303 4,18
3,32
3,35
24
-
-
-
56786 3,00
5,55 55999 3,24
5,07 55025 3,44
4,68 53788 3,63
4,34 52251 3,81
4,02 50339 3,99
3,70 48053 4,21
26
-
-
-
57198 3,03
5,53 56449 3,27
5,07 55474 3,46
4,70 54275 3,65
4,36 52738 3,83
4,03 50826 4,02
3,70
-
-
-
28
-
-
-
57423 3,05
5,52 56711 3,29
5,06 55774 3,49
4,68 54575 3,67
4,36 53038 3,85
4,03 51164 4,04
3,71
-
-
-
30
-
-
-
57536 3,06
5,51 56861 3,30
5,06 55924 3,50
4,68 54762 3,69
4,35 53225 3,86
4,04 51351 4,05
3,72
-
-
32
-
-
-
57573 3,07
5,50 56899 3,30
5,05 55999 3,51
4,67 54800 3,70
4,34 53300 3,87
4,03 51426 4,06
3,71
-
-
-
34
-
-
-
57536 3,07
5,49 56899 3,30
5,05 55999 3,51
4,67 54837 3,70
4,35 53300 3,87
4,03 51389 4,06
3,71
-
-
-
36
-
-
-
57498 3,06
5,51 56861 3,30
5,04 55962 3,51
4,67 54800 3,70
4,34 53263 3,87
4,03 51351 4,06
3,71
-
-
-
38
-
-
-
57461 3,05
5,52 56861 3,30
5,06 55962 3,50
4,68 54762 3,69
4,35 53225 3,87
4,03 51276 4,06
3,70
-
-
-
40
-
-
-
57498 3,04
5,54 56899 3,29
5,08 55999 3,49
4,70 54800 3,69
4,36 53225 3,86
4,04 51276 4,06
3,70
-
-
-
42
-
-
-
57611 3,02
5,59 57011 3,27
5,12 56111 3,48
4,72 54912 3,68
4,38 53300 3,85
4,05 51314 4,05
3,71
-
-
-
ATTENTION
For intermediate points refer to the diagrams of operating limits.
KEY
Ph
Pe
TAE
Heating capacity
Total Input Power
ATTENTION functionement with DCPX
External Air temperature (°C) b.s.
Δt DIFFERENT FROM NOMINAL (ΔT 10,01°F / 5,56°C)
Heating capacity correction factors
Total input power correction factors
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5,40°F / 3°C
0,99
1,01
10,01°F / 5,56°C
1
1
14,40°F / 8°C
1,01
0,98
18°F / 10°C
1,02
0,96
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TEMPERATURE OF THE WATER PRODUCED °C
TAE
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
(BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W)
-20 28823 2,62 3,23 27170 2,98 2,68 25136 3,26 2,26 22720 3,49 1,91 20007 3,72 1,58 16997 3,94 1,27
-
-18 30180 2,62
3,38 28569 2,99
2,80 26577 3,28
2,37 24246 3,53
2,02 21660 3,76
1,69 18735 3,99
1,38
-
-
-
-
-
-
-16 31409 2,61
3,53 29798 2,98
2,93 27891 3,29
2,48 25644 3,55
2,12 23144 3,79
1,79 20304 4,02
1,48
-
-
-
-
-
-
-14 32511 2,59
3,68 30943 2,97
3,06 29120 3,28
2,60 26958 3,56
2,22 24542 3,80
1,89 21829 4,04
1,58 18947 4,31
1,29
-
-
-
-12 33528 2,55
3,85 32045 2,96
3,18 30265 3,27
2,71 28230 3,56
2,33 25899 3,81
1,99 23355 4,05
1,69 20600 4,32
1,40
-
-
-
-10 34546 2,52
4,01 33147 2,92
3,32 31451 3,26
2,83 29502 3,55
2,44 27297 3,81
2,10 24881 4,06
1,79 22253 4,33
1,51 19498 4,64
1,23
-8
4,21 34291 2,90
3,46 32681 3,24
2,96 30816 3,54
2,55 28739 3,80
2,22 26492 4,06
1,91 24034 4,34
1,62 21448 4,65
1,35
35648 2,48
-7
36199 2,46
4,31 34885 2,89
3,54 33316 3,24
3,01 31536 3,54
2,61 29544 3,80
2,28 27340 4,06
1,97 24966 4,34
1,69 22465 4,65
1,41
-6
36792 2,45
4,40 35521 2,87
3,63 33995 3,23
3,08 32257 3,53
2,68 30349 3,80
2,34 28230 4,06
2,04 25941 4,34
1,75 23525 4,65
1,48
-4
38106 2,42
4,62 36919 2,85
3,80 35521 3,21
3,24 33910 3,51
2,83 32087 3,79
2,48 30137 4,06
2,17 28060 4,34
1,90 25814 4,66
1,62
-2
39632 2,39
4,87 38530 2,83
3,99 37216 3,20
3,41 35733 3,51
2,98 34079 3,80
2,63 32299 4,06
2,33 30392 4,35
2,05 28357 4,68
1,78
0
41412 2,36
5,13 40395 2,82
4,20 39208 3,20
3,59 37852 3,51
3,16 36368 3,80
2,81 34715 4,07
2,50 33020 4,36
2,22 31197 4,69
1,95
1
42387 2,36
5,25 41455 2,82
4,31 40310 3,20
3,69 39039 3,53
3,25 37598 3,81
2,89 36072 4,08
2,59 34461 4,37
2,31 32765 4,70
2,04
2
-
-
-
43617 2,83
4,52 41370 3,24
3,74 40649 3,54
3,37 38912 3,87
2,94 37470 4,09
2,68 35648 4,39
2,38 33656 4,71
2,10
4
-
-
-
49381 2,84
5,10 47771 3,23
4,34 46160 3,56
3,80 44422 3,85
3,38 42557 4,13
3,02 40480 4,42
2,68 38149 4,74
2,36
6
-
-
-
54764 2,87
5,59 53027 3,26
4,77 51246 3,60
4,17 49381 3,89
3,72 47304 4,18
3,32 45015 4,46
2,96 42430 4,79
2,60
7
-
-
-
57265 3,01
5,58 56799 3,40
4,90 53662 3,72
4,23 51967 4,00
3,81 49593 4,30
3,38 47177 4,58
3,02 44464 4,89
2,67
8
-
-
-
59639 3,07
5,69 57859 3,45
4,91 55994 3,78
4,34 53959 4,07
3,88 51755 4,35
3,49 49254 4,62
3,12 46457 4,92
2,77
10
-
-
-
64090 3,21
5,85 62267 3,58
5,10 60317 3,89
4,54 58198 4,17
4,09 55824 4,44
3,68 53154 4,71
3,31 50144 5,00
2,94
12
-
-
-
68032 3,34
5,98 66209 3,69
5,25 64217 4,00
4,71 62013 4,27
4,25 59554 4,53
3,85 56757 4,79
3,47 53578 5,08
3,09
14
-
-
-
71507 3,45
6,07 69685 3,80
5,38 67693 4,11
4,83 65446 4,37
4,39 62903 4,62
3,99 59978 4,88
3,60 56672 5,15
3,22
16
-
-
-
73288 3,57
6,02 71719 3,91
5,38 70024 4,20
4,89 68117 4,45
4,48 65828 4,70
4,11 63115 4,95
3,74 59893 5,22
3,36
18
-
-
-
75153 3,66
6,01 73669 4,00
5,40 72059 4,28
4,93 70193 4,54
4,53 67989 4,78
4,17 65319 5,02
3,81 62140 5,29
3,44
20
-
-
-
76594 3,76
5,97 75238 4,08
5,40 73669 4,36
4,95 71889 4,61
4,57 69685 4,84
4,22 67099 5,09
3,87 63878 5,35
3,50
22
-
-
-
77696 3,84
5,93 76382 4,16
5,38 74898 4,43
4,95 73161 4,68
4,59 71041 4,91
4,24 68456 5,15
3,90 65277 5,41
3,53
3,55
24
-
-
-
78501 3,91
5,89 77272 4,23
5,35 75831 4,50
4,94 74136 4,74
4,58 72016 4,97
4,25 69431 5,20
3,91 66294 5,47
26
-
-
-
79010 3,97
5,84 77866 4,28
5,33 76467 4,55
4,93 74814 4,79
4,58 72737 5,01
4,25 70151 5,26
3,91
-
-
-
28
-
-
-
79349 4,02
5,78 78205 4,33
5,30 76891 4,59
4,91 75238 4,83
4,56 73203 5,06
4,24 70617 5,29
3,91
-
-
-
30
-
-
-
79476 4,05
5,75 78417 4,36
5,27 77103 4,62
4,89 75492 4,87
4,55 73457 5,09
4,23 70872 5,32
3,90
-
-
32
-
-
-
79519 4,07
5,72 78501 4,38
5,25 77230 4,64
4,87 75619 4,89
4,54 73542 5,11
4,22 70956 5,35
3,89
-
-
-
34
-
-
-
79476 4,08
5,70 78459 4,39
5,24 77230 4,65
4,86 75619 4,89
4,54 73584 5,12
4,21 70956 5,36
3,88
-
-
-
36
-
-
-
79392 4,07
5,71 78459 4,38
5,25 77187 4,64
4,87 75619 4,89
4,54 73542 5,12
4,21 70914 5,36
3,88
-
-
-
38
-
-
-
79392 4,05
5,74 78417 4,36
5,27 77187 4,63
4,88 75577 4,88
4,54 73500 5,11
4,22 70829 5,35
3,88
-
-
-
40
-
-
-
79434 4,01
5,80 78459 4,33
5,31 77230 4,60
4,92 75619 4,84
4,57 73500 5,09
4,23 70787 5,34
3,88
-
-
-
42
-
-
-
79603 3,96
5,89 78629 4,27
5,39 77399 4,55
4,99 75746 4,80
4,62 73584 5,04
4,27 70787 5,31
3,91
-
-
-
ATTENTION
For intermediate points refer to the diagrams of operating limits.
KEY
Ph
Pe
TAE
Heating capacity
Total Input Power
ATTENTION functionement with DCPX
External Air temperature (°C) b.s.
Δt DIFFERENT FROM NOMINAL (ΔT 10,01°F / 5,56°C)
Heating capacity correction factors
Total input power correction factors
16
5,40°F / 3°C
0,99
1,01
10,01°F / 5,56°C
1
1
14,40°F / 8°C
1,01
0,98
18°F / 10°C
1,02
0,96
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8.3. ANK 050 H (220V-1-60Hz ) HEATING CAPACITY AND INPUT POWER
TEMPERATURE OF THE WATER PRODUCED °C
55
Pe
(kW)
-
COP
(W/W)
-
-18
28611
2,67
3,14
29136
3,10
2,75
28461
3,46
2,41
26814
3,77
2,08
24267
4,07
1,75
21084
4,36
1,42
-16
30147
2,67
3,31
30708
3,11
2,89
30109
3,47
2,54
28611
3,78
2,22
26327
4,09
1,89
23406
4,38
1,57
-
-
-
-
-
-14
31907
2,67
3,50
32431
3,10
3,06
31907
3,47
2,69
30521
3,79
2,36
28424
4,10
2,03
25803
4,40
-
1,72
22769
4,73
1,41
-12
33779
2,66
3,72
34266
3,10
3,24
33779
3,47
2,85
32506
3,79
2,51
30559
4,10
2,19
28162
-10
35727
2,65
3,95
36139
3,09
3,43
35652
3,46
3,02
34453
3,79
2,66
32618
4,10
2,33
30409
4,41
1,87
25428
4,74
1,57
4,41
2,02
27975
4,75
-8
37674
2,64
4,18
38011
3,08
3,61
37487
3,45
3,18
36288
3,78
2,81
34566
4,10
2,47
1,73
32543
4,41
2,16
30334
4,76
-7
38648
2,63
4,30
38872
3,08
3,70
38348
3,45
3,26
37150
3,78
2,88
35464
4,10
1,87
2,54
33517
4,41
2,23
31382
4,76
-6
39546
2,63
4,40
39734
3,08
3,78
39172
3,45
3,33
37974
3,78
2,94
36326
1,93
4,10
2,60
34416
4,42
2,28
32394
4,76
-4
41307
2,63
4,60
41344
3,08
3,93
40632
3,45
3,45
39397
3,78
3,05
1,99
37786
4,10
2,70
35989
4,42
2,39
34154
4,77
-2
42879
2,65
4,74
42692
3,09
4,05
41831
3,46
3,54
40558
3,79
2,10
3,13
38947
4,12
2,77
37225
4,43
2,46
35502
4,78
0
44153
2,67
4,84
43703
3,11
4,12
42730
3,49
3,59
41307
2,18
3,82
3,17
39696
4,13
2,81
37974
4,46
2,50
36401
4,80
1
44640
2,69
4,86
44115
3,13
4,13
42992
3,50
3,60
2,22
41531
3,83
3,18
39883
4,14
2,82
38198
4,47
2,51
36625
4,82
2
-
-
-
44377
3,15
4,13
43291
3,46
2,23
3,66
41644
3,85
3,17
39958
4,15
2,82
38273
4,49
2,50
36738
4,84
4
-
-
-
53140
3,20
4,87
50931
2,23
3,57
4,18
49283
3,90
3,70
47823
4,21
3,33
46250
4,53
2,99
44228
4,89
6
-
-
-
60106
3,28
5,38
2,65
57859
3,65
4,65
56062
3,97
4,14
54451
4,28
3,73
52691
4,60
3,35
50444
4,94
2,99
7
-
-
-
63214
3,42
8
-
-
-
66098
3,49
5,41
60930
3,72
4,81
59095
4,03
4,30
57598
4,33
3,89
55575
4,65
3,50
53215
4,99
3,12
5,55
63776
3,79
4,93
61904
4,10
4,43
60181
4,40
4,01
58234
4,71
3,62
55799
5,05
10
-
-
-
71228
3,24
3,63
5,75
68869
3,93
5,14
66922
4,22
4,64
65049
4,52
4,22
62990
4,83
3,82
60368
5,15
12
-
-
-
3,44
75498
3,75
5,89
73101
4,06
5,28
71116
4,34
4,80
69169
4,63
4,38
66997
4,93
3,98
64225
5,25
14
-
-
3,59
-
78980
3,87
5,98
76621
4,16
5,39
74599
4,45
4,92
72614
4,73
4,50
70330
5,02
4,10
67446
5,33
16
-
3,71
-
-
80853
3,98
5,96
78906
4,26
5,43
77258
4,54
4,98
75535
4,83
4,59
73401
5,11
4,21
70517
5,41
18
3,82
-
-
-
83287
4,07
6,00
81302
4,36
5,47
79617
4,63
5,04
77857
4,91
4,65
75685
5,19
4,28
72801
5,49
3,89
20
-
-
-
85197
4,14
6,02
83212
4,44
5,50
81490
4,71
5,07
79729
4,98
4,69
77557
5,26
4,32
74599
5,55
3,94
22
-
-
-
86695
4,21
6,03
84673
4,50
5,52
82950
4,78
5,09
81190
5,04
4,72
78980
5,32
4,35
76022
5,61
3,97
24
-
-
-
87781
4,26
6,04
85796
4,55
5,52
84074
4,83
5,10
82239
5,10
4,73
80029
5,37
4,36
77071
5,66
3,99
26
-
-
-
88567
4,31
6,02
86545
4,60
5,51
84823
4,88
5,10
83025
5,15
4,73
80778
5,41
4,37
77782
5,70
4,00
28
-
-
-
89054
4,34
6,01
87070
4,63
5,51
85309
4,92
5,09
83512
5,18
4,73
81265
5,45
4,37
78269
5,72
4,01
30
-
-
-
89354
4,36
6,01
87332
4,66
5,49
85609
4,94
5,07
83774
5,21
4,71
81564
5,48
4,36
78569
5,75
4,00
32
-
-
-
89429
4,37
6,00
87444
4,67
5,49
85721
4,95
5,07
83886
5,23
4,70
81677
5,50
4,35
78681
5,77
3,99
34
-
-
-
89391
4,37
6,00
87407
4,68
5,47
85721
4,96
5,06
83924
5,24
4,70
81677
5,51
4,34
78718
5,78
3,99
36
-
-
-
89279
4,36
6,00
87332
4,67
5,48
85646
4,96
5,06
83849
5,24
4,69
81639
5,51
4,34
78681
5,78
3,99
38
-
-
-
89167
4,34
6,02
87219
4,66
5,48
85534
4,95
5,06
83774
5,24
4,69
81602
5,51
4,34
78643
5,78
3,99
40
-
-
-
89054
4,31
6,05
87144
4,63
5,51
85497
4,93
5,08
83774
5,22
4,71
81602
5,50
4,35
78681
5,77
3,99
42
-
-
-
89054
4,26
6,12
87182
4,60
5,55
85534
4,91
5,11
83849
5,20
4,73
81714
5,48
4,37
78793
5,75
4,01
TAE
-20
Ph
(BTU/h)
27375
25
Pe
(kW)
2,66
COP
Ph
(W/W) (BTU/h)
3,01 27825
30
Pe
(kW)
3,08
COP
Ph
(W/W) (BTU/h)
2,65 27038
35
Pe
(kW)
3,44
COP
Ph
(W/W) (BTU/h)
2,30 25166
40
Pe
(kW)
3,74
COP
Ph
(W/W) (BTU/h)
1,97 22395
45
Pe
(kW)
4,03
COP
Ph
(W/W) (BTU/h)
1,63 18874
50
Pe
(kW)
4,32
COP
Ph
(W/W) (BTU/h)
1,28
-
ATTENTION
For intermediate points refer to the diagrams of operating limits.
KEY
Ph
Pe
TAE
Heating capacity
Total Input Power
ATTENTION functionement with DCPX
External Air temperature (°C) b.s.
Δt DIFFERENT FROM NOMINAL (ΔT 10,01°F / 5,56°C)
Heating capacity correction factors
Total input power correction factors
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5,40°F / 3°C
0,99
1,01
10,01°F / 5,56°C
1
1
14,40°F / 8°C
1,01
0,98
18°F / 10°C
1,02
0,96
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TEMPERATURE OF THE WATER PRODUCED °C
TAE
4
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
-10
3,34
-8
3,29
-6
5
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
4,14
9,69
3,42
3,75
10,52
3,37
3,24
3,42
11,39
-4
3,19
3,12
-2
3,15
0
7
10
15
18
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
4,15
9,90
3,58
4,16
10,33
3,83
4,19
10,96
4,27
4,24
12,10
4,57
4,27
12,84
3,76
10,74
3,53
3,78
11,21
3,77
3,81
11,90
4,22
3,85
13,14
4,51
3,89
13,94
3,32
3,42
11,63
3,48
3,44
12,15
3,73
3,46
12,90
4,17
3,51
14,25
4,47
3,55
15,11
12,29
3,27
3,12
12,57
3,43
3,14
13,10
3,68
3,17
13,92
4,12
3,22
15,37
4,42
3,25
16,30
2,86
13,21
3,23
2,87
13,50
3,39
2,89
14,09
3,63
2,91
14,97
4,08
2,96
16,53
4,37
2,99
17,53
3,11
2,64
14,11
3,19
2,65
14,41
3,34
2,67
15,05
3,59
2,69
15,99
4,04
2,74
17,66
4,33
2,78
18,72
2
3,07
2,46
14,96
3,15
2,47
15,29
3,30
2,48
15,97
3,55
2,51
16,97
4,00
2,56
18,69
4,29
2,59
19,86
4
3,03
2,31
15,73
3,11
2,32
16,07
3,26
2,33
16,79
3,51
2,36
17,85
3,95
2,41
19,65
4,25
2,45
20,83
6
2,99
2,19
16,36
3,07
2,20
16,71
3,23
2,22
17,46
3,47
2,24
18,56
3,91
2,30
20,43
4,21
2,33
21,73
8
2,95
2,10
16,82
3,03
2,11
17,19
3,19
2,13
17,97
3,43
2,16
19,11
3,88
2,21
21,04
4,17
2,24
22,31
10
2,91
2,04
17,09
2,99
2,05
17,48
3,15
2,07
18,22
3,39
2,10
19,39
3,84
2,15
21,43
4,13
2,18
22,73
12
2,87
2,01
17,15
2,95
2,02
17,54
3,11
2,03
18,36
3,36
2,07
19,49
3,80
2,11
21,56
4,09
2,15
22,86
14
2,83
2,00
17,01
2,91
2,01
17,42
3,07
2,03
18,18
3,32
2,05
19,38
3,76
2,10
21,47
4,06
2,13
22,79
16
2,79
2,01
16,68
2,87
2,02
17,06
3,03
2,03
17,88
3,27
2,06
19,08
3,72
2,11
21,10
4,01
2,15
22,41
18
2,75
2,04
16,19
2,83
2,05
16,58
2,99
2,07
17,35
3,23
2,09
18,52
3,67
2,14
20,59
3,97
2,18
21,91
20
2,71
2,09
15,57
2,78
2,09
15,96
2,94
2,11
16,70
3,19
2,14
17,87
3,63
2,19
19,90
3,93
2,22
21,19
22
2,66
2,15
14,86
2,74
2,16
15,24
2,90
2,18
15,98
3,14
2,20
17,11
3,58
2,25
19,11
3,88
2,29
20,32
24
2,61
2,22
14,09
2,69
2,23
14,48
2,85
2,25
15,19
3,09
2,28
16,30
3,54
2,33
18,20
3,83
2,37
19,43
26
2,56
2,31
13,29
2,64
2,32
13,66
2,80
2,34
14,35
3,04
2,37
15,42
3,48
2,41
17,32
3,78
2,46
18,48
28
2,51
2,41
12,49
2,58
2,41
12,84
2,74
2,43
13,51
2,99
2,46
14,56
3,43
2,52
16,36
3,73
2,55
17,53
30
2,45
2,51
11,69
2,53
2,52
12,01
2,68
2,54
12,69
2,93
2,56
13,71
3,37
2,62
15,45
3,67
2,65
16,59
32
2,38
2,62
10,92
2,46
2,63
11,26
2,62
2,65
11,89
2,87
2,67
12,87
3,31
2,73
14,55
3,61
2,76
15,66
34
2,32
2,73
10,18
2,40
2,74
10,49
2,56
2,76
11,10
2,80
2,79
12,04
3,24
2,84
13,71
3,54
2,87
14,78
35
2,28
2,79
9,83
2,36
2,80
10,13
2,51
2,81
10,73
2,77
2,84
11,67
3,21
2,89
13,31
3,48
2,91
14,32
36
2,25
2,84
9,48
2,32
2,85
9,79
2,48
2,87
10,38
2,73
2,90
11,30
3,17
2,95
12,89
3,47
2,99
13,93
38
2,17
2,96
8,81
2,25
2,97
9,09
2,41
2,98
9,70
2,65
3,01
10,56
3,09
3,06
12,13
3,39
3,10
13,14
40
2,09
3,07
8,18
2,17
3,08
8,45
2,32
3,09
9,03
2,57
3,12
9,90
3,01
3,17
11,40
3,31
3,21
12,39
42
2,00
3,17
7,58
2,08
3,18
7,85
2,24
3,20
8,40
2,48
3,23
9,24
2,93
3,27
10,72
-
-
-
44
1,91
3,27
7,01
1,98
3,27
7,27
2,15
3,29
7,81
2,39
3,32
8,63
-
-
-
-
-
-
46
1,81
3,35
6,47
1,89
3,36
6,73
2,04
3,38
7,27
2,29
3,41
8,06
-
-
-
-
-
-
ATTENTION
For intermediate points refer to the diagrams of operating limits.
KEY
Pc
Pe
TAE
Cooling capacity
Total Input Power
ATTENTION functionement wit DCPX
External Air temperature (°C) b.s.
FOULING FACTOR
Cooling capacity correction factor
Input power correction factor
ΔT DIFFERENT FROM THE RATED VALUE (ΔT 10,01°F / 5,56°C)
Cooling capacity correction factor
Input power correction factor
18
5,40°F / 3°C
0,99
0,99
[K*m2]/[W]
10,01°F / 5,56°C
1
1
0,00005
1
1
0,0001
0,98
0,98
14,40°F / 8°C
1,02
1,01
0,0002
0,94
0,95
18°F / 10°C
1,03
1,02
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TEMPERATURE OF THE WATER PRODUCED °C
TAE
4
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
-10
4,47
-8
4,40
-6
5
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
5,67
9,45
4,57
5,14
10,25
4,50
4,33
4,68
11,10
-4
4,27
4,27
-2
4,21
0
7
10
15
18
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
5,68
9,66
4,78
5,70
10,07
5,11
5,74
10,69
5,71
5,80
11,80
6,10
5,85
12,52
5,16
10,47
4,71
5,18
10,93
5,04
5,21
11,61
5,64
5,28
12,81
6,03
5,33
13,59
4,43
4,69
11,34
4,65
4,71
11,84
4,98
4,75
12,58
5,57
4,81
13,89
5,97
4,86
14,73
11,99
4,37
4,28
12,26
4,59
4,31
12,77
4,91
4,35
13,57
5,51
4,41
14,99
5,90
4,46
15,89
3,92
12,88
4,31
3,93
13,16
4,53
3,95
13,74
4,85
3,99
14,60
5,45
4,06
16,12
5,84
4,10
17,09
4,15
3,62
13,76
4,26
3,64
14,05
4,47
3,65
14,68
4,80
3,69
15,60
5,39
3,76
17,22
5,79
3,80
18,26
2
4,10
3,37
14,59
4,20
3,38
14,91
4,41
3,40
15,57
4,74
3,44
16,55
5,34
3,51
18,23
5,73
3,55
19,37
4
4,04
3,16
15,33
4,15
3,18
15,67
4,36
3,20
16,37
4,69
3,23
17,40
5,28
3,31
19,16
5,68
3,35
20,31
6
3,99
3,00
15,95
4,10
3,02
16,29
4,31
3,04
17,03
4,64
3,07
18,10
5,23
3,15
19,92
5,63
3,19
21,19
8
3,94
2,88
16,40
4,05
2,90
16,76
4,26
2,92
17,52
4,59
2,95
18,64
5,18
3,03
20,52
5,57
3,07
21,76
10
3,89
2,80
16,66
3,99
2,81
17,04
4,21
2,84
17,77
4,53
2,88
18,91
5,13
2,94
20,90
5,52
2,99
22,16
12
3,84
2,75
16,73
3,94
2,77
17,11
4,15
2,78
17,90
4,48
2,83
19,00
5,07
2,90
21,02
5,47
2,94
22,29
14
3,78
2,74
16,59
3,89
2,75
16,99
4,10
2,78
17,73
4,43
2,81
18,89
5,02
2,88
20,93
5,42
2,92
22,23
16
3,73
2,75
16,26
3,83
2,77
16,64
4,05
2,78
17,43
4,37
2,82
18,60
4,97
2,90
20,57
5,36
2,94
21,85
18
3,67
2,79
15,78
3,78
2,80
16,17
3,99
2,83
16,92
4,32
2,87
18,06
4,91
2,93
20,08
5,31
2,98
21,36
20
3,61
2,86
15,18
3,72
2,87
15,56
3,93
2,90
16,29
4,26
2,93
17,42
4,85
3,00
19,41
5,25
3,05
20,66
22
3,55
2,94
14,49
3,66
2,95
14,86
3,87
2,98
15,59
4,20
3,02
16,69
4,79
3,08
18,64
5,18
3,14
19,81
24
3,49
3,05
13,74
3,59
3,06
14,12
3,81
3,08
14,81
4,13
3,12
15,90
4,73
3,20
17,75
5,12
3,24
18,95
26
3,42
3,17
12,96
3,53
3,18
13,32
3,74
3,21
13,99
4,06
3,24
15,04
4,65
3,31
16,88
5,05
3,36
18,02
28
3,35
3,30
12,17
3,45
3,31
12,52
3,66
3,34
13,18
3,99
3,37
14,20
4,58
3,45
15,95
4,98
3,49
17,09
30
3,27
3,44
11,40
3,37
3,46
11,71
3,59
3,48
12,38
3,91
3,51
13,37
4,51
3,59
15,07
4,90
3,64
16,18
32
3,19
3,59
10,65
3,29
3,60
10,98
3,50
3,63
11,59
3,83
3,66
12,55
4,42
3,74
14,19
4,82
3,78
15,27
34
3,10
3,74
9,93
3,20
3,76
10,23
3,41
3,78
10,83
3,74
3,82
11,74
4,33
3,89
13,37
4,73
3,93
14,42
35
3,05
3,82
9,58
3,15
3,83
9,88
3,35
3,85
10,46
3,69
3,90
11,38
4,29
3,96
12,98
4,64
3,99
13,96
36
3,00
3,90
9,24
3,11
3,91
9,54
3,32
3,93
10,12
3,65
3,97
11,02
4,24
4,05
12,57
4,63
4,09
13,58
38
2,90
4,05
8,59
3,00
4,06
8,87
3,22
4,08
9,45
3,54
4,13
10,29
4,13
4,20
11,82
4,53
4,24
12,81
40
2,79
4,20
7,97
2,89
4,21
8,24
3,11
4,23
8,80
3,43
4,27
9,65
4,03
4,35
11,12
4,42
4,39
12,08
42
2,67
4,34
7,39
2,78
4,35
7,65
2,99
4,38
8,19
3,32
4,42
9,01
3,91
4,49
10,46
-
-
-
44
2,55
4,47
6,83
2,65
4,49
7,09
2,87
4,51
7,62
3,19
4,55
8,42
-
-
-
-
-
-
46
2,41
4,59
6,31
2,52
4,61
6,56
2,73
4,63
7,09
3,06
4,67
7,86
-
-
-
-
-
-
ATTENTION
For intermediate points refer to the diagrams of operating limits.
KEY
Pc
Pe
TAE
Cooling capacity
Total Input Power
ATTENTION functionement wit DCPX
External Air temperature (°C) b.s.
FOULING FACTOR
Cooling capacity correction factor
Input power correction factor
ΔT DIFFERENT FROM THE RATED VALUE (ΔT 10,01°F / 5,56°C)
Cooling capacity correction factor
Input power correction factor
11_11. 6755532_02
5,40°F / 3°C
0,99
0,99
[K*m2]/[W]
10,01°F / 5,56°C
1
1
0,00005
1
1
14,40°F / 8°C
1,02
1,01
0,0001
0,98
0,98
0,0002
0,94
0,95
18°F / 10°C
1,03
1,02
19
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8.6. ANK 050 H (220V-1-60Hz ) COOLING CAPACITY AND INPUT POWER
TEMPERATURE OF THE WATER PRODUCED °C
TAE
4
5
7
10
15
18
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
-10
5,36
6,36
10,11
5,48
6,38
10,32
5,74
6,40
10,77
6,13
6,44
11,43
6,85
6,51
12,62
7,32
6,56
13,39
-8
5,27
5,77
10,96
5,40
5,79
11,19
5,66
5,81
11,68
6,05
5,85
12,41
6,76
5,92
13,70
7,24
5,98
14,53
-6
5,19
5,25
11,87
5,32
5,26
12,13
5,58
5,28
12,66
5,97
5,33
13,45
6,68
5,40
14,85
7,16
5,45
15,75
-4
5,12
4,79
12,81
5,24
4,80
13,10
5,50
4,83
13,66
5,90
4,88
14,51
6,61
4,95
16,02
7,08
5,00
16,99
-2
5,05
4,40
13,77
5,18
4,41
14,07
5,43
4,44
14,69
5,82
4,48
15,61
6,54
4,55
17,24
7,01
4,60
18,27
0
4,98
4,06
14,71
5,11
4,08
15,03
5,36
4,10
15,69
5,76
4,14
16,67
6,47
4,22
18,41
6,94
4,27
19,52
2
4,92
3,78
15,60
5,04
3,80
15,94
5,30
3,82
16,65
5,69
3,86
17,70
6,40
3,94
19,49
6,88
3,98
20,71
4
4,85
3,55
16,39
4,98
3,57
16,75
5,23
3,59
17,50
5,62
3,63
18,61
6,34
3,71
20,49
6,81
3,76
21,71
6
4,79
3,37
17,05
4,92
3,39
17,42
5,17
3,41
18,20
5,56
3,45
19,35
6,27
3,53
21,30
6,75
3,58
22,65
8
4,73
3,23
17,54
4,85
3,25
17,92
5,11
3,27
18,73
5,50
3,31
19,92
6,21
3,40
21,94
6,69
3,45
23,26
10
4,67
3,14
17,82
4,79
3,16
18,22
5,05
3,19
19,00
5,44
3,23
20,21
6,15
3,30
22,34
6,63
3,36
23,70
12
4,60
3,09
17,88
4,73
3,10
18,29
4,98
3,12
19,14
5,38
3,18
20,31
6,09
3,25
22,47
6,56
3,30
23,84
14
4,54
3,07
17,73
4,67
3,08
18,16
4,92
3,11
18,95
5,31
3,16
20,20
6,02
3,23
22,38
6,50
3,28
23,76
16
4,47
3,09
17,39
4,60
3,10
17,79
4,85
3,12
18,64
5,25
3,17
19,89
5,96
3,25
21,99
6,43
3,30
23,36
18
4,41
3,13
16,88
4,53
3,15
17,29
4,79
3,18
18,09
5,18
3,22
19,31
5,89
3,29
21,46
6,37
3,34
22,84
20
4,34
3,21
16,23
4,46
3,22
16,64
4,72
3,25
17,41
5,11
3,29
18,63
5,82
3,37
20,75
6,29
3,42
22,09
22
4,26
3,30
15,49
4,39
3,31
15,89
4,64
3,34
16,66
5,04
3,39
17,84
5,74
3,46
19,92
6,22
3,52
21,18
24
4,18
3,42
14,69
4,31
3,43
15,09
4,57
3,46
15,83
4,96
3,50
17,00
5,67
3,59
18,97
6,14
3,64
20,26
26
4,10
3,55
13,86
4,23
3,57
14,24
4,48
3,60
14,96
4,87
3,64
16,08
5,58
3,71
18,05
6,06
3,77
19,27
28
4,01
3,70
13,02
4,14
3,71
13,39
4,39
3,74
14,09
4,79
3,79
15,18
5,50
3,87
17,05
5,97
3,92
18,27
30
3,92
3,86
12,19
4,05
3,88
12,52
4,30
3,90
13,23
4,70
3,94
14,29
5,41
4,03
16,11
5,88
4,08
17,30
32
3,82
4,03
11,39
3,95
4,04
11,74
4,20
4,07
12,40
4,60
4,11
13,42
5,30
4,19
15,17
5,78
4,25
16,33
34
3,71
4,20
10,62
3,84
4,22
10,94
4,10
4,25
11,57
4,49
4,29
12,56
5,20
4,36
14,30
5,67
4,41
15,41
35
3,66
4,29
10,24
3,78
4,30
10,56
4,02
4,32
11,18
4,43
4,37
12,16
5,14
4,45
13,88
5,57
4,48
14,93
36
3,60
4,37
9,88
3,73
4,38
10,20
3,98
4,41
10,82
4,37
4,46
11,78
5,08
4,54
13,44
5,56
4,59
14,52
38
3,48
4,54
9,18
3,60
4,56
9,48
3,86
4,58
10,11
4,25
4,63
11,01
4,96
4,71
12,64
5,43
4,76
13,70
40
3,35
4,71
8,52
3,47
4,73
8,81
3,73
4,75
9,41
4,12
4,79
10,32
4,83
4,88
11,89
5,30
4,93
12,91
42
3,21
4,87
7,90
3,33
4,89
8,18
3,59
4,92
8,76
3,98
4,96
9,63
4,69
5,03
11,18
-
-
-
44
3,06
5,02
7,31
3,18
5,03
7,58
3,44
5,06
8,15
3,83
5,11
9,00
-
-
-
-
-
-
46
2,90
5,15
6,74
3,02
5,17
7,02
3,28
5,19
7,58
3,67
5,24
8,40
-
-
-
-
-
-
ATTENTION
For intermediate points refer to the diagrams of operating limits.
KEY
Pc
Pe
TAE
Cooling capacity
Total Input Power
ATTENTION functionement wit DCPX
External Air temperature (°C) b.s.
FOULING FACTOR
Cooling capacity correction factor
Input power correction factor
ΔT DIFFERENT FROM THE RATED VALUE (ΔT 10,01°F / 5,56°C)
Cooling capacity correction factor
Input power correction factor
20
5,40°F / 3°C
0,99
0,99
[K*m2]/[W]
10,01°F / 5,56°C
1
1
0,00005
1
1
0,0001
0,98
0,98
14,40°F / 8°C
1,02
1,01
0,0002
0,94
0,95
18°F / 10°C
1,03
1,02
11_11. 6755532_02
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8.7. ANK 030 HP-HA (220V-1-60Hz ) HEATING CAPACITY AND INPUT POWER
TEMPERATURE OF THE WATER PRODUCED °C
TAE
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
(BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W)
-20 21702 2,13 2,98 20166 2,45 2,42 18441 2,68 2,02 16492 2,87 1,69 14393 3,03 1,39 12182 3,21 1,11
-
-18 22377 2,14
3,06 20990 2,45
2,52 19379 2,69
2,11 17617 2,89
1,79 15630 3,06
1,50 13531 3,23
1,23
-
-
-
-
-
-
-16 22939 2,13
3,15 21665 2,45
2,60 20203 2,70
2,19 18554 2,90
1,88 16717 3,07
1,59 14768 3,25
1,33
-
-
-
-
-
-
-14 23389 2,12
3,23 22302 2,45
2,67 20953 2,70
2,27 19416 2,91
1,96 17729 3,08
1,69 15893 3,26
1,43 13906 3,47
1,18
-
-
-
-12 23839 2,11
3,31 22864 2,45
2,74 21665 2,70
2,35 20278 2,91
2,04 18704 3,09
1,77 16980 3,27
1,52 15143 3,48
1,28
-
-
-
-10 24364 2,10
3,40 23502 2,44
2,83 22415 2,69
2,44 21140 2,91
2,13 19716 3,09
1,87 18104 3,28
1,62 16380 3,49
1,38 14543 3,73
1,14
-8
3,51 24214 2,43
2,92 23277 2,69
2,54 22115 2,91
2,23 20803 3,09
1,97 19304 3,28
1,73 17692 3,49
1,49 15968 3,74
1,25
24926 2,08
-7
25301 2,08
3,56 24626 2,43
2,97 23652 2,72
2,55 22640 2,91
2,28 21290 3,10
2,01 19941 3,29
1,78 18404 3,50
1,54 16717 3,74
1,31
-6
25676 2,07
3,63 25076 2,42
3,04 24251 2,69
2,64 23202 2,91
2,34 22002 3,10
2,08 20653 3,29
1,84 19154 3,50
1,61 17542 3,75
1,37
-4
26613 2,06
3,78 26125 2,42
3,17 25413 2,69
2,77 24514 2,91
2,47 23427 3,10
2,21 22152 3,30
1,97 20765 3,50
1,74 19266 3,76
1,50
-2
27812 2,06
3,95 27437 2,42
3,33 26838 2,69
2,92 26050 2,92
2,62 25076 3,11
2,36 23914 3,30
2,12 22640 3,51
1,89 21253 3,77
1,65
0
29311 2,06
4,16 29087 2,42
3,53 28599 2,70
3,10 27887 2,93
2,79 27025 3,12
2,54 25975 3,32
2,29 24814 3,52
2,06 23539 3,78
1,83
1
30211 2,06
4,29 30024 2,43
3,63 29574 2,70
3,21 28937 2,94
2,89 28149 3,13
2,63 27137 3,33
2,39 26013 3,53
2,16 24776 3,79
1,92
2
-
-
-
31748 2,43
3,83 30661 2,69
3,34 30398 2,94
3,03 29536 3,15
2,75 28449 3,34
2,50 27100 3,54
2,24 25451 3,80
1,96
4
-
-
-
35459 2,45
4,25 34671 2,73
3,72 33772 2,97
3,34 32722 3,16
3,03 31485 3,36
2,75 29949 3,57
2,46 28074 3,83
2,15
6
-
-
-
39019 2,48
4,62 38120 2,76
4,05 37108 3,00
3,63 35908 3,20
3,29 34484 3,40
2,97 32797 3,60
2,67 30736 3,86
2,33
7
-
-
-
40781 2,49
4,79 40931 2,79
4,30 38720 3,01
3,76 37670 3,25
3,40 35983 3,42
3,09 34184 3,63
2,76 32085 3,88
2,42
8
-
-
-
42468 2,61
4,76 41456 2,86
4,25 40331 3,07
3,85 39019 3,28
3,49 37445 3,48
3,16 35608 3,69
2,83 33397 3,92
2,50
10
-
-
-
45729 2,73
4,91 44642 2,98
4,40 43405 3,19
3,99 42018 3,39
3,64 40331 3,58
3,30 38345 3,79
2,97 36021 4,01
2,63
12
-
-
-
48765 2,83
5,05 47603 3,07
4,54 46329 3,28
4,14 44829 3,48
3,78 43068 3,67
3,44 40969 3,88
3,10 38532 4,10
2,75
14
-
-
-
51464 2,92
5,17 50302 3,16
4,66 48952 3,37
4,26 47416 3,56
3,90 45579 3,75
3,56 43442 3,96
3,22 40894 4,17
2,87
16
-
-
-
52925 3,00
5,18 51951 3,23
4,71 50789 3,45
4,32 49402 3,63
3,99 47753 3,82
3,66 45766 4,01
3,34 43442 4,24
3,00
18
-
-
-
54312 3,06
5,20 53375 3,30
4,74 52288 3,50
4,37 50939 3,70
4,03 49327 3,88
3,73 47378 4,07
3,41 45054 4,29
3,08
20
-
-
-
55399 3,12
5,20 54500 3,36
4,76 53450 3,56
4,40 52138 3,75
4,07 50564 3,94
3,76 48652 4,12
3,46 46329 4,34
3,13
22
-
-
-
56186 3,16
5,21 55362 3,40
4,78 54350 3,60
4,42 53075 3,79
4,10 51539 3,98
3,80 49627 4,16
3,49 47303 4,38
3,17
3,20
24
-
-
-
56786 3,20
5,20 55999 3,44
4,78 55025 3,64
4,43 53788 3,83
4,12 52251 4,01
3,82 50339 4,19
3,52 48053 4,41
26
-
-
-
57198 3,23
5,19 56449 3,47
4,77 55474 3,66
4,44 54275 3,85
4,13 52738 4,03
3,83 50826 4,22
3,53
-
-
-
28
-
-
-
57423 3,25
5,18 56711 3,49
4,77 55774 3,69
4,43 54575 3,87
4,14 53038 4,05
3,83 51164 4,24
3,54
-
-
-
30
-
-
-
57536 3,26
5,17 56861 3,50
4,77 55924 3,70
4,43 54762 3,89
4,13 53225 4,06
3,84 51351 4,25
3,54
-
-
32
-
-
-
57573 3,27
5,16 56899 3,50
4,76 55999 3,71
4,42 54800 3,90
4,12 53300 4,07
3,83 51426 4,26
3,54
-
-
-
34
-
-
-
57536 3,27
5,16 56899 3,50
4,76 55999 3,71
4,42 54837 3,90
4,12 53300 4,07
3,83 51389 4,26
3,54
-
-
-
36
-
-
-
57498 3,26
5,17 56861 3,50
4,75 55962 3,71
4,42 54800 3,90
4,12 53263 4,07
3,83 51351 4,26
3,53
-
-
-
38
-
-
-
57461 3,25
5,18 56861 3,50
4,77 55962 3,70
4,43 54762 3,89
4,13 53225 4,07
3,83 51276 4,26
3,53
-
-
-
40
-
-
-
57498 3,24
5,20 56899 3,49
4,78 55999 3,69
4,45 54800 3,89
4,13 53225 4,06
3,84 51276 4,26
3,53
-
-
-
42
-
-
-
57611 3,22
5,24 57011 3,47
4,82 56111 3,68
4,47 54912 3,88
4,15 53300 4,05
3,85 51314 4,25
3,54
-
-
-
ATTENTION
For intermediate points refer to the diagrams of operating limits.
KEY
Ph
Pe
TAE
Heating capacity
Total Input Power
ATTENTION functionement with DCPX
External Air temperature (°C) b.s.
Δt DIFFERENT FROM NOMINAL (ΔT 10,01°F / 5,56°C)
Heating capacity correction factors
Total input power correction factors
11_11. 6755532_02
5,40°F / 3°C
0,99
1,01
10,01°F / 5,56°C
1
1
14,40°F / 8°C
1,01
0,98
18°F / 10°C
1,02
0,96
21
EN
8.8. ANK 045 HP-HA (220V-1-60Hz ) HEATING CAPACITY AND INPUT POWER
TEMPERATURE OF THE WATER PRODUCED °C
TAE
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
60
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
Ph
Pe
COP
(BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W) (BTU/h) (kW) (W/W)
-20 28823 2,82 3,00 27170 3,18 2,51 25136 3,46 2,13 22720 3,69 1,80 20007 3,92 1,50 16997 4,14 1,20
-
-18 30180 2,82
3,14 28569 3,19
2,63 26577 3,48
2,24 24246 3,73
1,91 21660 3,96
1,60 18735 4,19
1,31
-
-
-
-
-
-
-16 31409 2,81
3,28 29798 3,18
2,75 27891 3,49
2,34 25644 3,75
2,01 23144 3,99
1,70 20304 4,22
1,41
-
-
-
-
-
-
-14 32511 2,79
3,42 30943 3,17
2,86 29120 3,48
2,45 26958 3,76
2,10 24542 4,00
1,80 21829 4,24
1,51 18947 4,51
1,23
-
-
-
-12 33528 2,75
3,57 32045 3,16
2,98 30265 3,47
2,55 28230 3,76
2,20 25899 4,01
1,89 23355 4,25
1,61 20600 4,52
1,34
-
-
-
-10 34546 2,72
3,72 33147 3,12
3,11 31451 3,46
2,66 29502 3,75
2,31 27297 4,01
2,00 24881 4,26
1,71 22253 4,53
1,44 19498 4,84
1,18
-8
3,90 34291 3,10
3,24 32681 3,44
2,78 30816 3,74
2,42 28739 4,00
2,11 26492 4,26
1,82 24034 4,54
1,55 21448 4,85
1,29
35648 2,68
-7
36199 2,66
3,99 34885 3,09
3,31 33316 3,44
2,84 31536 3,74
2,47 29544 4,00
2,16 27340 4,26
1,88 24966 4,54
1,61 22465 4,85
1,36
-6
36792 2,65
4,07 35521 3,07
3,39 33995 3,43
2,91 32257 3,73
2,54 30349 4,00
2,22 28230 4,26
1,94 25941 4,54
1,68 23525 4,85
1,42
-4
38106 2,62
4,27 36919 3,05
3,55 35521 3,41
3,05 33910 3,71
2,68 32087 3,99
2,36 30137 4,26
2,07 28060 4,54
1,81 25814 4,86
1,56
-2
39632 2,59
4,49 38530 3,03
3,73 37216 3,40
3,21 35733 3,71
2,82 34079 4,00
2,50 32299 4,26
2,22 30392 4,55
1,96 28357 4,88
1,70
0
41412 2,56
4,73 40395 3,02
3,92 39208 3,40
3,38 37852 3,71
2,99 36368 4,00
2,66 34715 4,27
2,38 33020 4,56
2,12 31197 4,89
1,87
1
42387 2,56
4,84 41455 3,02
4,03 40310 3,40
3,48 39039 3,73
3,07 37598 4,01
2,75 36072 4,28
2,47 34461 4,57
2,21 32765 4,90
1,96
2
-
-
-
43617 3,03
4,22 41370 3,44
3,52 40649 3,74
3,19 38912 4,07
2,80 37470 4,29
2,56 35648 4,59
2,28 33656 4,91
2,01
4
-
-
-
49381 3,04
4,76 47771 3,43
4,08 46160 3,76
3,60 44422 4,05
3,21 42557 4,33
2,88 40480 4,62
2,57 38149 4,94
2,26
6
-
-
-
54764 3,07
5,23 53027 3,46
4,49 51246 3,80
3,95 49381 4,09
3,53 47304 4,38
3,17 45015 4,66
2,83 42430 4,99
2,49
7
-
-
-
57265 3,21
5,23 56799 3,60
4,63 53662 3,92
4,02 51967 4,20
3,63 49593 4,50
3,23 47177 4,78
2,89 44464 5,09
2,56
8
-
-
-
59639 3,27
5,34 57859 3,65
4,64 55994 3,98
4,12 53959 4,27
3,70 51755 4,55
3,33 49254 4,82
2,99 46457 5,12
2,66
10
-
-
-
64090 3,41
5,51 62267 3,78
4,83 60317 4,09
4,32 58198 4,37
3,90 55824 4,64
3,52 53154 4,91
3,17 50144 5,20
2,82
12
-
-
-
68032 3,54
5,64 66209 3,89
4,98 64217 4,20
4,48 62013 4,47
4,06 59554 4,73
3,69 56757 4,99
3,33 53578 5,28
2,98
14
-
-
-
71507 3,65
5,74 69685 4,00
5,11 67693 4,31
4,61 65446 4,57
4,20 62903 4,82
3,82 59978 5,08
3,46 56672 5,35
3,10
16
-
-
-
73288 3,77
5,70 71719 4,11
5,12 70024 4,40
4,66 68117 4,65
4,29 65828 4,90
3,94 63115 5,15
3,59 59893 5,42
3,24
18
-
-
-
75153 3,86
5,70 73669 4,20
5,14 72059 4,48
4,71 70193 4,74
4,34 67989 4,98
4,00 65319 5,22
3,66 62140 5,49
3,32
20
-
-
-
76594 3,96
5,67 75238 4,28
5,15 73669 4,56
4,74 71889 4,81
4,38 69685 5,04
4,05 67099 5,29
3,72 63878 5,55
3,37
22
-
-
-
77696 4,04
5,63 76382 4,36
5,14 74898 4,63
4,74 73161 4,88
4,40 71041 5,11
4,08 68456 5,35
3,75 65277 5,61
3,41
3,43
24
-
-
-
78501 4,11
5,60 77272 4,43
5,11 75831 4,70
4,73 74136 4,94
4,40 72016 5,17
4,08 69431 5,40
3,77 66294 5,67
26
-
-
-
79010 4,17
5,56 77866 4,48
5,09 76467 4,75
4,72 74814 4,99
4,39 72737 5,21
4,09 70151 5,46
3,77
-
-
-
28
-
-
-
79349 4,22
5,51 78205 4,53
5,06 76891 4,79
4,70 75238 5,03
4,38 73203 5,26
4,08 70617 5,49
3,77
-
-
-
30
-
-
-
79476 4,25
5,48 78417 4,56
5,04 77103 4,82
4,69 75492 5,07
4,37 73457 5,29
4,07 70872 5,52
3,76
-
-
32
-
-
-
79519 4,27
5,45 78501 4,58
5,02 77230 4,84
4,67 75619 5,09
4,36 73542 5,31
4,06 70956 5,55
3,75
-
-
-
34
-
-
-
79476 4,28
5,44 78459 4,59
5,01 77230 4,85
4,66 75619 5,09
4,36 73584 5,32
4,05 70956 5,56
3,74
-
-
-
36
-
-
-
79392 4,27
5,44 78459 4,58
5,02 77187 4,84
4,67 75619 5,09
4,36 73542 5,32
4,05 70914 5,56
3,74
-
-
-
38
-
-
-
79392 4,25
5,47 78417 4,56
5,04 77187 4,83
4,68 75577 5,08
4,36 73500 5,31
4,06 70829 5,55
3,74
-
-
-
40
-
-
-
79434 4,21
5,53 78459 4,53
5,08 77230 4,80
4,71 75619 5,04
4,39 73500 5,29
4,07 70787 5,54
3,74
-
-
-
42
-
-
-
79603 4,16
5,61 78629 4,47
5,15 77399 4,75
4,78 75746 5,00
4,44 73584 5,24
4,11 70787 5,51
3,77
-
-
-
ATTENTION
For intermediate points refer to the diagrams of operating limits.
KEY
Ph
Pe
TAE
Heating capacity
Total Input Power
ATTENTION functionement with DCPX
External Air temperature (°C) b.s.
Δt DIFFERENT FROM NOMINAL (ΔT 10,01°F / 5,56°C)
Heating capacity correction factors
Total input power correction factors
22
5,40°F / 3°C
0,99
1,01
10,01°F / 5,56°C
1
1
14,40°F / 8°C
1,01
0,98
18°F / 10°C
1,02
0,96
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TEMPERATURE OF THE WATER PRODUCED °C
55
Pe
(kW)
-
COP
(W/W)
-
-18
28611
2,87
2,92
29136
3,30
2,59
28461
3,66
2,28
26814
3,97
1,98
24267
4,27
1,67
21084
4,56
1,36
-16
30147
2,87
3,08
30708
3,31
2,72
30109
3,67
2,40
28611
3,98
2,10
26327
4,29
1,80
23406
4,58
1,50
-
-
-
-
-
-14
31907
2,87
3,26
32431
3,30
2,88
31907
3,67
2,55
30521
3,99
2,24
28424
4,30
1,94
25803
4,60
-
1,64
22769
4,93
1,35
-12
33779
2,86
3,46
34266
3,30
3,04
33779
3,67
2,70
32506
3,99
2,39
30559
4,30
2,08
28162
-10
35727
2,85
3,67
36139
3,29
3,22
35652
3,66
2,85
34453
3,99
2,53
32618
4,30
2,23
30409
4,61
1,79
25428
4,94
1,51
4,61
1,93
27975
4,95
-8
37674
2,84
3,88
38011
3,28
3,39
37487
3,65
3,01
36288
3,98
2,67
34566
4,30
2,36
1,66
32543
4,61
2,07
30334
4,96
-7
38648
2,83
4,00
38872
3,28
3,47
38348
3,65
3,08
37150
3,98
2,73
35464
4,30
1,79
2,42
33517
4,61
2,13
31382
4,96
-6
39546
2,83
4,09
39734
3,28
3,55
39172
3,65
3,14
37974
3,98
2,79
36326
1,85
4,30
2,48
34416
4,62
2,18
32394
4,96
-4
41307
2,83
4,27
41344
3,28
3,69
40632
3,65
3,26
39397
3,98
2,90
1,91
37786
4,30
2,58
35989
4,62
2,28
34154
4,97
-2
42879
2,85
4,41
42692
3,29
3,80
41831
3,66
3,35
40558
3,99
2,01
2,98
38947
4,32
2,64
37225
4,63
2,36
35502
4,98
0
44153
2,87
4,51
43703
3,31
3,87
42730
3,69
3,39
41307
2,09
4,02
3,01
39696
4,33
2,68
37974
4,66
2,39
36401
5,00
1
44640
2,89
4,52
44115
3,33
3,88
42992
3,70
3,40
2,13
41531
4,03
3,02
39883
4,34
2,69
38198
4,67
2,40
36625
5,02
2
-
-
-
44377
3,35
3,88
43291
3,66
2,14
3,46
41644
4,05
3,01
39958
4,35
2,69
38273
4,69
2,39
36738
5,04
4
-
-
-
53140
3,40
4,58
50931
2,14
3,77
3,96
49283
4,10
3,52
47823
4,41
3,18
46250
4,73
2,86
44228
5,09
6
-
-
-
60106
3,48
5,07
2,55
57859
3,85
4,41
56062
4,17
3,94
54451
4,48
3,56
52691
4,80
3,22
50444
5,14
2,87
7
-
-
-
63214
3,62
8
-
-
-
66098
3,69
5,11
60930
3,92
4,56
59095
4,23
4,10
57598
4,53
3,73
55575
4,85
3,36
53215
5,19
3,00
5,25
63776
3,99
4,68
61904
4,30
4,22
60181
4,60
3,84
58234
4,91
3,48
55799
5,25
10
-
-
-
71228
3,11
3,83
5,45
68869
4,13
4,89
66922
4,42
4,43
65049
4,72
4,04
62990
5,03
3,67
60368
5,35
12
-
-
-
3,31
75498
3,95
5,60
73101
4,26
5,03
71116
4,54
4,59
69169
4,83
4,19
66997
5,13
3,82
64225
5,45
14
-
-
3,46
-
78980
4,07
5,68
76621
4,36
5,15
74599
4,65
4,70
72614
4,93
4,32
70330
5,22
3,95
67446
5,53
16
-
3,57
-
-
80853
4,18
5,67
78906
4,46
5,18
77258
4,74
4,77
75535
5,03
4,40
73401
5,31
4,05
70517
5,61
18
3,68
-
-
-
83287
4,27
5,72
81302
4,56
5,23
79617
4,83
4,83
77857
5,11
4,47
75685
5,39
4,12
72801
5,69
3,75
20
-
-
-
85197
4,34
5,75
83212
4,64
5,26
81490
4,91
4,86
79729
5,18
4,51
77557
5,46
4,17
74599
5,75
3,80
22
-
-
-
86695
4,41
5,76
84673
4,70
5,28
82950
4,98
4,88
81190
5,24
4,54
78980
5,52
4,19
76022
5,81
3,84
24
-
-
-
87781
4,46
5,77
85796
4,75
5,29
84074
5,03
4,90
82239
5,30
4,55
80029
5,57
4,21
77071
5,86
3,86
26
-
-
-
88567
4,51
5,75
86545
4,80
5,28
84823
5,08
4,90
83025
5,35
4,55
80778
5,61
4,22
77782
5,90
3,87
28
-
-
-
89054
4,54
5,75
87070
4,83
5,28
85309
5,12
4,89
83512
5,38
4,55
81265
5,65
4,21
78269
5,92
3,87
30
-
-
-
89354
4,56
5,74
87332
4,86
5,26
85609
5,14
4,88
83774
5,41
4,54
81564
5,68
4,21
78569
5,95
3,87
32
-
-
-
89429
4,57
5,74
87444
4,87
5,26
85721
5,15
4,87
83886
5,43
4,53
81677
5,70
4,20
78681
5,97
3,86
34
-
-
-
89391
4,57
5,73
87407
4,88
5,25
85721
5,16
4,87
83924
5,44
4,52
81677
5,71
4,19
78718
5,98
3,86
36
-
-
-
89279
4,56
5,74
87332
4,87
5,25
85646
5,16
4,86
83849
5,44
4,52
81639
5,71
4,19
78681
5,98
3,85
38
-
-
-
89167
4,54
5,76
87219
4,86
5,26
85534
5,15
4,86
83774
5,44
4,52
81602
5,71
4,19
78643
5,98
3,85
40
-
-
-
89054
4,51
5,79
87144
4,83
5,29
85497
5,13
4,88
83774
5,42
4,53
81602
5,70
4,20
78681
5,97
3,86
42
-
-
-
89054
4,46
5,85
87182
4,80
5,32
85534
5,11
4,91
83849
5,40
4,55
81714
5,68
4,22
78793
5,95
3,88
TAE
-20
Ph
(BTU/h)
27375
25
Pe
(kW)
2,86
COP
Ph
(W/W) (BTU/h)
2,80 27825
30
Pe
(kW)
3,28
COP
Ph
(W/W) (BTU/h)
2,48 27038
35
Pe
(kW)
3,64
COP
Ph
(W/W) (BTU/h)
2,18 25166
40
Pe
(kW)
3,94
COP
Ph
(W/W) (BTU/h)
1,87 22395
45
Pe
(kW)
4,23
COP
Ph
(W/W) (BTU/h)
1,55 18874
50
Pe
(kW)
4,52
COP
Ph
(W/W) (BTU/h)
1,22
-
ATTENTION
For intermediate points refer to the diagrams of operating limits.
KEY
Ph
Pe
TAE
Heating capacity
Total Input Power
ATTENTION functionement with DCPX
External Air temperature (°C) b.s.
Δt DIFFERENT FROM NOMINAL (ΔT 10,01°F / 5,56°C)
Heating capacity correction factors
Total input power correction factors
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5,40°F / 3°C
0,99
1,01
10,01°F / 5,56°C
1
1
14,40°F / 8°C
1,01
0,98
18°F / 10°C
1,02
0,96
23
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TEMPERATURE OF THE WATER PRODUCED °C
TAE
4
5
7
10
15
18
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
-10
3,34
4,34
8,08
3,42
4,35
8,25
3,58
4,36
8,61
3,83
4,39
9,14
4,27
4,44
10,08
4,57
4,47
10,70
-8
3,29
3,95
8,76
3,37
3,96
8,95
3,53
3,98
9,34
3,77
4,01
9,92
4,22
4,05
10,95
4,51
4,09
11,61
-6
3,24
3,62
9,49
3,32
3,62
9,69
3,48
3,64
10,12
3,73
3,66
10,75
4,17
3,71
11,87
4,47
3,75
12,59
-4
3,19
3,32
10,24
3,27
3,32
10,48
3,43
3,34
10,92
3,68
3,37
11,60
4,12
3,42
12,81
4,42
3,45
13,58
-2
3,15
3,06
11,01
3,23
3,07
11,25
3,39
3,09
11,74
3,63
3,11
12,48
4,08
3,16
13,78
4,37
3,19
14,61
0
3,11
2,84
11,76
3,19
2,85
12,01
3,34
2,87
12,54
3,59
2,89
13,33
4,04
2,94
14,72
4,33
2,98
15,60
2
3,07
2,66
12,47
3,15
2,67
12,74
3,30
2,68
13,31
3,55
2,71
14,15
4,00
2,76
15,58
4,29
2,79
16,55
4
3,03
2,51
13,11
3,11
2,52
13,39
3,26
2,53
13,99
3,51
2,56
14,87
3,95
2,61
16,38
4,25
2,65
17,36
6
2,99
2,39
13,63
3,07
2,40
13,92
3,23
2,42
14,55
3,47
2,44
15,47
3,91
2,50
17,03
4,21
2,53
18,11
8
2,95
2,30
14,02
3,03
2,31
14,32
3,19
2,33
14,98
3,43
2,36
15,93
3,88
2,41
17,54
4,17
2,44
18,60
10
2,91
2,24
14,24
2,99
2,25
14,56
3,15
2,27
15,18
3,39
2,30
16,16
3,84
2,35
17,86
4,13
2,38
18,94
12
2,87
2,21
14,29
2,95
2,22
14,62
3,11
2,23
15,30
3,36
2,27
16,24
3,80
2,31
17,96
4,09
2,35
19,05
14
2,83
2,20
14,18
2,91
2,21
14,52
3,07
2,23
15,15
3,32
2,25
16,15
3,76
2,30
17,89
4,06
2,33
18,99
16
2,79
2,21
13,90
2,87
2,22
14,22
3,03
2,23
14,90
3,27
2,26
15,90
3,72
2,31
17,58
4,01
2,35
18,68
18
2,75
2,24
13,49
2,83
2,25
13,82
2,99
2,27
14,46
3,23
2,29
15,43
3,67
2,34
17,16
3,97
2,38
18,25
20
2,71
2,29
12,97
2,78
2,29
13,30
2,94
2,31
13,92
3,19
2,34
14,89
3,63
2,39
16,59
3,93
2,42
17,66
22
2,66
2,35
12,38
2,74
2,36
12,70
2,90
2,38
13,32
3,14
2,40
14,26
3,58
2,45
15,93
3,88
2,49
16,93
24
2,61
2,42
11,74
2,69
2,43
12,06
2,85
2,45
12,66
3,09
2,48
13,59
3,54
2,53
15,17
3,83
2,57
16,19
26
2,56
2,51
11,08
2,64
2,52
11,38
2,80
2,54
11,96
3,04
2,57
12,85
3,48
2,61
14,43
3,78
2,66
15,40
28
2,51
2,61
10,40
2,58
2,61
10,70
2,74
2,63
11,26
2,99
2,66
12,13
3,43
2,72
13,63
3,73
2,75
14,61
30
2,45
2,71
9,74
2,53
2,72
10,01
2,68
2,74
10,58
2,93
2,76
11,43
3,37
2,82
12,88
3,67
2,85
13,82
32
2,38
2,82
9,10
2,46
2,83
9,38
2,62
2,85
9,91
2,87
2,87
10,73
3,31
2,93
12,13
3,61
2,96
13,05
34
2,32
2,93
8,49
2,40
2,94
8,74
2,56
2,96
9,25
2,80
2,99
10,04
3,24
3,04
11,43
3,54
3,07
12,32
35
2,28
2,99
8,19
2,36
3,00
8,44
2,51
3,01
8,94
2,77
3,04
9,72
3,21
3,09
11,09
3,48
3,11
11,93
36
2,25
3,04
7,90
2,32
3,05
8,15
2,48
3,07
8,65
2,73
3,10
9,41
3,17
3,15
10,74
3,47
3,19
11,61
38
2,17
3,16
7,34
2,25
3,17
7,58
2,41
3,18
8,08
2,65
3,21
8,80
3,09
3,26
10,11
3,39
3,30
10,95
40
2,09
3,27
6,81
2,17
3,28
7,04
2,32
3,29
7,52
2,57
3,32
8,25
3,01
3,37
9,50
3,31
3,41
10,32
42
2,00
3,37
6,31
2,08
3,38
6,54
2,24
3,40
7,00
2,48
3,43
7,70
2,93
3,47
8,94
-
-
-
44
1,91
3,47
5,84
1,98
3,47
6,06
2,15
3,49
6,51
2,39
3,52
7,19
-
-
-
-
-
-
46
1,81
3,55
5,39
1,89
3,56
5,61
2,04
3,58
6,06
2,29
3,61
6,72
-
-
-
-
-
-
ATTENTION
For intermediate points refer to the diagrams of operating limits.
KEY
Pc
Pe
TAE
Cooling capacity
Total Input Power
ATTENTION functionement wit DCPX
External Air temperature (°C) b.s.
FOULING FACTOR
Cooling capacity correction factor
Input power correction factor
ΔT DIFFERENT FROM THE RATED VALUE (ΔT 10,01°F / 5,56°C)
Cooling capacity correction factor
Input power correction factor
24
5,40°F / 3°C
0,99
0,99
[K*m2]/[W]
10,01°F / 5,56°C
1
1
0,00005
1
1
0,0001
0,98
0,98
14,40°F / 8°C
1,02
1,01
0,0002
0,94
0,95
18°F / 10°C
1,03
1,02
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TEMPERATURE OF THE WATER PRODUCED °C
TAE
4
5
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
-10
4,47
5,87
9,13
4,57
-8
4,40
5,34
9,87
4,50
-6
4,33
4,88
10,65
-4
4,27
4,47
-2
4,21
0
7
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
5,88
9,33
4,78
5,36
10,08
4,71
4,43
4,89
10,88
11,45
4,37
4,48
4,12
12,26
4,31
4,15
3,82
13,04
2
4,10
3,57
4
4,04
6
10
15
18
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
5,90
9,73
5,11
5,94
10,33
5,71
6,00
11,41
6,10
6,05
12,11
5,38
10,52
5,04
5,41
11,18
5,64
5,48
12,35
6,03
5,53
13,10
4,65
4,91
11,36
4,98
4,95
12,07
5,57
5,01
13,34
5,97
5,06
14,15
11,71
4,59
4,51
12,21
4,91
4,55
12,97
5,51
4,61
14,34
5,90
4,66
15,21
4,13
12,52
4,53
4,15
13,08
4,85
4,19
13,90
5,45
4,26
15,36
5,84
4,30
16,30
4,26
3,84
13,32
4,47
3,85
13,92
4,80
3,89
14,79
5,39
3,96
16,35
5,79
4,00
17,34
13,77
4,20
3,58
14,08
4,41
3,60
14,71
4,74
3,64
15,64
5,34
3,71
17,25
5,73
3,75
18,34
3,36
14,42
4,15
3,38
14,74
4,36
3,40
15,41
4,69
3,43
16,39
5,28
3,51
18,07
5,68
3,55
19,17
3,99
3,20
14,95
4,10
3,22
15,28
4,31
3,24
15,97
4,64
3,27
17,00
5,23
3,35
18,73
5,63
3,39
19,94
8
3,94
3,08
15,34
4,05
3,10
15,68
4,26
3,12
16,40
4,59
3,15
17,45
5,18
3,23
19,25
5,57
3,27
20,43
10
3,89
3,00
15,55
3,99
3,01
15,91
4,21
3,04
16,60
4,53
3,08
17,68
5,13
3,14
19,57
5,52
3,19
20,77
12
3,84
2,95
15,59
3,94
2,97
15,95
4,15
2,98
16,70
4,48
3,03
17,75
5,07
3,10
19,66
5,47
3,14
20,88
14
3,78
2,94
15,46
3,89
2,95
15,83
4,10
2,98
16,54
4,43
3,01
17,64
5,02
3,08
19,57
5,42
3,12
20,80
16
3,73
2,95
15,16
3,83
2,97
15,51
4,05
2,98
16,27
4,37
3,02
17,37
4,97
3,10
19,24
5,36
3,14
20,46
18
3,67
2,99
14,73
3,78
3,00
15,09
3,99
3,03
15,80
4,32
3,07
16,88
4,91
3,13
18,79
5,31
3,18
20,02
20
3,61
3,06
14,19
3,72
3,07
14,55
3,93
3,10
15,23
4,26
3,13
16,31
4,85
3,20
18,20
5,25
3,25
19,39
22
3,55
3,14
13,57
3,66
3,15
13,92
3,87
3,18
14,61
4,20
3,22
15,65
4,79
3,28
17,50
5,18
3,34
18,62
24
3,49
3,25
12,89
3,59
3,26
13,25
3,81
3,28
13,91
4,13
3,32
14,94
4,73
3,40
16,70
5,12
3,44
17,85
26
3,42
3,37
12,19
3,53
3,38
12,53
3,74
3,41
13,17
4,06
3,44
14,16
4,65
3,51
15,92
5,05
3,56
17,01
28
3,35
3,50
11,48
3,45
3,51
11,81
3,66
3,54
12,43
3,99
3,57
13,40
4,58
3,65
15,08
4,98
3,69
16,17
30
3,27
3,64
10,77
3,37
3,66
11,07
3,59
3,68
11,71
3,91
3,71
12,65
4,51
3,79
14,27
4,90
3,84
15,33
32
3,19
3,79
10,09
3,29
3,80
10,40
3,50
3,83
10,99
3,83
3,86
11,90
4,42
3,94
13,47
4,82
3,98
14,51
34
3,10
3,94
9,43
3,20
3,96
9,71
3,41
3,98
10,28
3,74
4,02
11,16
4,33
4,09
12,72
4,73
4,13
13,72
35
3,05
4,02
9,10
3,15
4,03
9,39
3,35
4,05
9,94
3,69
4,10
10,82
4,29
4,16
12,36
4,64
4,19
13,30
36
3,00
4,10
8,79
3,11
4,11
9,08
3,32
4,13
9,63
3,65
4,17
10,49
4,24
4,25
11,97
4,63
4,29
12,95
38
2,90
4,25
8,19
3,00
4,26
8,45
3,22
4,28
9,01
3,54
4,33
9,82
4,13
4,40
11,29
4,53
4,44
12,23
40
2,79
4,40
7,61
2,89
4,41
7,87
3,11
4,43
8,41
3,43
4,47
9,22
4,03
4,55
10,63
4,42
4,59
11,55
42
2,67
4,54
7,06
2,78
4,55
7,32
2,99
4,58
7,83
3,32
4,62
8,62
3,91
4,69
10,01
-
-
-
44
2,55
4,67
6,54
2,65
4,69
6,79
2,87
4,71
7,30
3,19
4,75
8,06
-
-
-
-
-
-
46
2,41
4,79
6,04
2,52
4,81
6,29
2,73
4,83
6,79
3,06
4,87
7,54
-
-
-
-
-
-
ATTENTION
For intermediate points refer to the diagrams of operating limits.
KEY
Pc
Pe
TAE
Cooling capacity
Total Input Power
ATTENTION functionement wit DCPX
External Air temperature (°C) b.s.
FOULING FACTOR
Cooling capacity correction factor
Input power correction factor
ΔT DIFFERENT FROM THE RATED VALUE (ΔT 10,01°F / 5,56°C)
Cooling capacity correction factor
Input power correction factor
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0,99
0,99
[K*m2]/[W]
10,01°F / 5,56°C
1
1
0,00005
1
1
14,40°F / 8°C
1,02
1,01
0,0001
0,98
0,98
0,0002
0,94
0,95
18°F / 10°C
1,03
1,02
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TEMPERATURE OF THE WATER PRODUCED °C
TAE
4
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
-10
5,36
-8
5,27
-6
5
7
10
15
18
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
Pc
(Tons)
Pe
(kW)
EER
(BTU/W)
6,56
9,80
5,48
6,58
10,01
5,74
6,60
10,44
6,13
6,64
11,09
6,85
6,71
12,24
7,32
6,76
12,99
5,97
10,60
5,40
5,99
10,82
5,66
6,01
11,29
6,05
6,05
12,00
6,76
6,12
13,25
7,24
6,18
14,06
5,19
5,45
11,44
5,32
5,46
11,68
5,58
5,48
12,20
5,97
5,53
12,97
6,68
5,60
14,32
7,16
5,65
15,19
-4
5,12
4,99
12,30
5,24
5,00
12,58
5,50
5,03
13,12
5,90
5,08
13,94
6,61
5,15
15,40
7,08
5,20
16,34
-2
5,05
4,60
13,17
5,18
4,61
13,46
5,43
4,64
14,06
5,82
4,68
14,94
6,54
4,75
16,51
7,01
4,80
17,51
0
4,98
4,26
14,02
5,11
4,28
14,32
5,36
4,30
14,96
5,76
4,34
15,91
6,47
4,42
17,58
6,94
4,47
18,64
2
4,92
3,98
14,82
5,04
4,00
15,14
5,30
4,02
15,82
5,69
4,06
16,82
6,40
4,14
18,55
6,88
4,18
19,72
4
4,85
3,75
15,52
4,98
3,77
15,86
5,23
3,79
16,58
5,62
3,83
17,63
6,34
3,91
19,44
6,81
3,96
20,62
6
4,79
3,57
16,10
4,92
3,59
16,45
5,17
3,61
17,19
5,56
3,65
18,29
6,27
3,73
20,16
6,75
3,78
21,45
8
4,73
3,43
16,51
4,85
3,45
16,88
5,11
3,47
17,65
5,50
3,51
18,79
6,21
3,60
20,72
6,69
3,65
21,99
10
4,67
3,34
16,75
4,79
3,36
17,13
5,05
3,39
17,87
5,44
3,43
19,03
6,15
3,50
21,07
6,63
3,56
22,36
12
4,60
3,29
16,79
4,73
3,30
17,18
4,98
3,32
17,99
5,38
3,38
19,11
6,09
3,45
21,17
6,56
3,50
22,48
14
4,54
3,27
16,65
4,67
3,28
17,05
4,92
3,31
17,81
5,31
3,36
19,00
6,02
3,43
21,07
6,50
3,48
22,40
16
4,47
3,29
16,33
4,60
3,30
16,71
4,85
3,32
17,52
5,25
3,37
18,71
5,96
3,45
20,72
6,43
3,50
22,03
18
4,41
3,33
15,86
4,53
3,35
16,25
4,79
3,38
17,02
5,18
3,42
18,18
5,89
3,49
20,23
6,37
3,54
21,55
20
4,34
3,41
15,28
4,46
3,42
15,66
4,72
3,45
16,40
5,11
3,49
17,56
5,82
3,57
19,59
6,29
3,62
20,87
22
4,26
3,50
14,61
4,39
3,51
14,99
4,64
3,54
15,72
5,04
3,59
16,85
5,74
3,66
18,83
6,22
3,72
20,04
24
4,18
3,62
13,88
4,31
3,63
14,26
4,57
3,66
14,97
4,96
3,70
16,08
5,67
3,79
17,97
6,14
3,84
19,20
26
4,10
3,75
13,12
4,23
3,77
13,48
4,48
3,80
14,17
4,87
3,84
15,24
5,58
3,91
17,13
6,06
3,97
18,30
28
4,01
3,90
12,35
4,14
3,91
12,70
4,39
3,94
13,37
4,79
3,99
14,42
5,50
4,07
16,21
5,97
4,12
17,39
30
3,92
4,06
11,59
4,05
4,08
11,91
4,30
4,10
12,59
4,70
4,14
13,60
5,41
4,23
15,35
5,88
4,28
16,49
32
3,82
4,23
10,85
3,95
4,24
11,18
4,20
4,27
11,81
4,60
4,31
12,80
5,30
4,39
14,48
5,78
4,45
15,60
34
3,71
4,40
10,13
3,84
4,42
10,44
4,10
4,45
11,05
4,49
4,49
12,00
5,20
4,56
13,67
5,67
4,61
14,74
35
3,66
4,49
9,79
3,78
4,50
10,09
4,02
4,52
10,68
4,43
4,57
11,63
5,14
4,65
13,28
5,57
4,68
14,29
36
3,60
4,57
9,45
3,73
4,58
9,76
3,98
4,61
10,35
4,37
4,66
11,27
5,08
4,74
12,87
5,56
4,79
13,91
38
3,48
4,74
8,80
3,60
4,76
9,08
3,86
4,78
9,69
4,25
4,83
10,55
4,96
4,91
12,13
5,43
4,96
13,14
40
3,35
4,91
8,18
3,47
4,93
8,45
3,73
4,95
9,03
4,12
4,99
9,90
4,83
5,08
11,42
5,30
5,13
12,41
42
3,21
5,07
7,59
3,33
5,09
7,86
3,59
5,12
8,42
3,98
5,16
9,26
4,69
5,23
10,75
-
-
-
44
3,06
5,22
7,03
3,18
5,23
7,29
3,44
5,26
7,84
3,83
5,31
8,66
-
-
-
-
-
-
46
2,90
5,35
6,49
3,02
5,37
6,76
3,28
5,39
7,30
3,67
5,44
8,09
-
-
-
-
-
-
ATTENTION
For intermediate points refer to the diagrams of operating limits.
KEY
Pc
Pe
TAE
Cooling capacity
Total Input Power
ATTENTION functionement wit DCPX
External Air temperature (°C) b.s.
FOULING FACTOR
Cooling capacity correction factor
Input power correction factor
ΔT DIFFERENT FROM THE RATED VALUE (ΔT 10,01°F / 5,56°C)
Cooling capacity correction factor
Input power correction factor
26
5,40°F / 3°C
0,99
0,99
[K*m2]/[W]
10,01°F / 5,56°C
1
1
0,00005
1
1
0,0001
0,98
0,98
14,40°F / 8°C
1,02
1,01
0,0002
0,94
0,95
18°F / 10°C
1,03
1,02
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9.
PRESSURE DROP
Inlet water temperature
Outlet water temperature
SYSTEM SIDE EXCHANGER + PIPING
PRESSURE DROP
9.1. SYSTEM SIDE EXCHANGER + PIPING PRESSURE DROP
104°F / 40°C
113°F / 45°C
Medium water temperature 109,4°F / 43° C
For different temperatures from 43°C / 109,4°F use the
correction table of factors
ft/h
kPa
34
100
26
75
030
17
50
045 - 050
9
25
0
0
0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
3500
4000
4500
5000
0
2
4
7
9
11
13
15
18
20
22
l/h
gpm
WATER FLOW
Medium water temperature
Multiplication coefficient
°C / °F
-
23 / 73,4
1,04
28 / 82,4
1,03
33 / 91,4
1,02
38 / 100,4
1,01
43 / 109,4
1,00
48 / 118,4
0,99
53 / 127,4
0,98
58 / 136,4
0,97
ANK 030-045-050 = Filter Ø 1"1/4
WATER FILTER PRESSURE DROP
9.2. FILTER PRESSURE DROPS
ft/h
kPa
5
15
3
10
2
5
0
0
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
0
4
9
13
18
22
l/h
gpm
WATER FLOW
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10. USEFUL STATIC PRESSURES
The static pressures stated here are at net
of the pressure drops of the heat exchangers, filter, storage tank. Therefore are to be
considered USEFUL TO SYSTEM.
Useful static pressures
ft/h
− The static pressures are calculated in
cooling mode.
− WITH PRESENCE OF GLYCOL for static
pressures useful to system PLEASE
CONTACT COMPANY.
kPa
31
90
28
80
24
70
21
60
17
50
14
40
10
30
7
20
3
10
0
0
ANK 030
ANK 045
ANK 050
0
500
1000
1500
2000
2500
3000
3500
4000
4500
5000
0
2
4
7
9
11
13
15
18
20
22
l/h
gpm
Water flow rate
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11. ETHYLENE GLYCOL SOLUTIONS
•
NOTE
On the following page an example is given to help
graph reading. Using the diagram below it is possible to
determine the percentage of glycol required; this percentage can be calculated by taking of the following
factors into consideration one:
Depending on which fluid is considered (water or air),
the graph is interpreted by the right or left side at the
crossing point on the curves with the external temperature line or the water produced line. A point from
which the vertical line will pass is obtained and this will
distinguish both glycol percentage and relative correction coefficients.
2.
3.
∆P (3)
∆P (4)
1.70
∆P (5)
1.60
1.50
1.390
1.40
1.30
1.310
1.20
1.180
1.10
1.00
1.090
0.99
Qw (1)
1.280
1.110
Qw (2)
1.000
Ph
0.990
0.98
Pe
0.975
0.97
0.96
0.95
Pc
0.94
41
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Outside air temperature
If you wish to calculate the percentage of glycol
on the basis of the external air temperature, enter from the left axis and on reaching the curve
draw a vertical line, which in turn will intercept
all the other curves; the points obtained from
the upper curves represent the coefficients
for the correction of the cooling capacity and
input power, the flow rates and the pressure
drops (remember that these coefficients must
be multiplied by the nominal value of the size
in question); while the glycol percentage value
recommended to produce desired water temperature is on the lower axis.
If you wish to calculate the percentage of glycol
on the basis of the temperature of the water
produced, enter from the right axis and on reaching the curve draw a vertical line, which in turn
will intercept all the other curves; the points obtained from the upper curves represent the coefficients for the correction of the cooling capacity
and input power, the flow rates and the pressure
drops (remember that these coefficients must be
multiplied by the nominal value of the
size in question); while the lower axis recommends the glycol percentage value necessary to
produce water at the desired temperature.
∆P (2)
2.00
1.80
11.1. HOW TO INTERPRET GLYCOL CURVES
1.
∆P (1)
2.10
1.90
5
0
5
41.0
0
32.0
-5
-10
-6
(°C)
-4
-15
-20
-13
-25
-22
-30
-31
-35
-40
-40
(°F)
(°C)
5
The curves shown in the diagram summarise a significant number of data, each of which is represented by a
specific curve. In order to use these curves correctly it
is first necessary to make some initial reflections.
2.20
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50
-3
21.2
(°F)
Processed water temperature
•
The correction factors of cooling power and
input power take into account the presence of
glycol and diverse evaporation temperatures.
The pressure drop correction factor considers
the different flow rate resulting from the application of the water flow rate correction factor.
The water flow rate correction factor is calculated to keep the same Δt that would be present
with the absence of glycol.
Correction factors
•
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% Glycol
KEY:
Pc
Pe
Ph
DP (1)
DP (2)
DP (3)
DP (4)
DP (5)
Qw (1)
Qw (2)
Corrective factors for cooling capacity
Corrective factors of the input power
Corrective factors of heating capacity
Correction factors for pressure drop av. temp. = 25,7°F / -3,5°C
Correction factors for pressure drop av. temp. = 32,9°F / 0,5°C
Correction factors for pressure drop av. temp. = 41,9°F / 5,5°C
Correction factors for pressure drop av. temp. = 49,1°F / 9,5°C
Correction factors for pressure drop av. temp. = 117,5°F / 47,5°C
Correction factor of flow rates (evap.) av. temp = 49,1°F / 9,5°C
Correction factor of flow rates (cond.) av. temp = 117,5°F / 47,5°C
NOTE
Although the graph arrives at external air
temperatures of -40°C/°F, unit operational
limits must be considered.
Initial rates for “EXTERNAL AIR TEMPERATURE”
and “TEMPERATURE OF PRODUCED WATER”, are not
directly related, therefore it is not possible to refer to
the curve of one of these rates to obtain corresponding point on the curve of the other rate.
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12. MINIMUM/MAXIMUM OF SYSTEM WATER CONTENT
We recommend using an equal volume of water in
10 l / kW.
When operating in heat pump during defrosting, this
value can contain acceptable values to reduce the
temperature of the installation, use a value less than
the recommended temperature causes a greater
reduction of ' water.
It is strongly advised not to drop below 4l/kW.
The adjacent table indicates maximum water
capacity in litres of hydraulic plant, compatible with
expansion vessel supplied as standard IN THE VERSIONS WITH PUMP ONLY. The values shown in the
table refer to three maximum and minimum water
temperatures. If the effective water content of the
hydraulic plant is greater than that given in the table
at operational conditions, another dimensioned
expansion vessel must be installed, using the normal
criteria, with reference to the additional volume of
water.
On the following tables it is possible to work out
the maximum values of the system also for glycoled
water function.
Values are worked out by multiplying the referred
value by the corrective coefficient.
12.1. EXPANSION VESSEL CALIBRATION
Standard pressure value of expansion vessel when
empty is 1.5 bar, maximum value is 6 bar.
Calibration of the vessel must be regulated using
the maximum level difference (H) of the user (see
diagram) by using the following formula:
p (calibration) [bar] = H [m] / 10.2 + 0.3.
ANK
Hydraulic height
Calibration of expansion vessel
Recommended values of water content.
Recommended values of water content.
Glycoled water
Hm
bar
l (1)
l (2)
30
3.2
257
116
25
2.8
303
136
Water temperature
20
2.3
348
157
15
1.8
394
177
≥ 12.25
1.5
419
189
Corrective
coefficients
Recommended
conditions
max.
min.
10%
104°F / 40°C
28,4°F / -2°C
0,507
(1)
10%
140°F / 60°C
28,4°F / -2°C
0,686
(2)
20%
104°F / 40°C
21,2°F / -6°C
0,434
(1)
20%
140°F / 60°C
21,2°F / -6°C
0,604
(2)
35%
104°F / 40°C
21,2°F / -6°C
0,393
(1)
35%
140°F / 60°C
21,2°F / -6°C
0,555
(2)
Recommended operational conditions:
(1) Cooling: Max water temp. = 104°F / 40°C, min water temp. = 39,2°F / 4°C.
(2) Heating (heat pump): Max water temp. = 140°F / 60°C, Min water temp. = 39,2°F / 4°C.
13. RECOMMENDED MINIMUM WATER CONTENT
ANK
Number compressor
Recommended minimum water content
n°
l/kW
030
1
10
045
1
10
050
1
10
For example: if level difference (H) is equal to 20 m,
the calibration value of the vessel will be 2.3 bar.
If calibration value obtained from formula is less
than 1.5 bar (that is for H < 12.25), keep calibration
as standard.
ATTENTION
You should design systems with a high water
content (in the table show the minimum
recommended), to limit:
1. The hourly number of inversions between the various
modes of operation
2. The reduction in water temperature during the
defrost cycles during the winter.
3. Using a lower value than that recommended because
a greater reduction in water temperature. Without
however compromising the proper functioning of the
unit it is advisable not to drop BELOW 4l/kW.
30
KEY
(1) Check that highest installation is not higher than
55 metres.
(2) Ensure that lowest installation can withstand global
pressure in that position.
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14. SOUND DATA
14.1. SOUND LEVELS
Sound power
Aermec determines sound power values in agreement with the 9614-2Standard, in compliance with
that requested by Eurovent certification.
ANK
ANK030
ANK045
ANK050
Total sound levels
Pressure.
Pow.
dB(A)
dB(A)
dB(A)
39in
390in
10 m
1m
70,5
39,5
52,5
70,5
39,5
52,5
70,5
38,5
50,5
125
Octave band [Hz]
500
1000
2000
250
4000
8000
Sound potential for centre of band [dB] frequency
64,1
64,1
64,1
63,4
63,4
63,4
64,2
64,2
64,2
63,6
63,6
63,6
61,0
61,0
61,0
52,7
52,7
52,7
41,4
41,4
41,4
Sound Pressure
Sound pressure measured in free field conditions
with reflective surface (directivity factor Q=2) in
compliance with ISO 3744 Standard.
Nominal value referred to:
Evaporator water temperature.53.6-44.6°F / 12-7 °C
Condenser air temperature..................... 95°F / 35°C
∆t................................................................. 9°F / 5°C
15. CALIBRATION OF SAFETY AND CONTROL PARAMETERS
15.1. CONTROL PARAMETERS
Min.
Standard
Max
Setting domestic hot water temperature
77°F / 25°C
113°F / 45°C
140°F / 60°C
Differential thermostat in heating mode
9°F / 5°C
9°F / 5°C
9°F / 5°C
39,2°F / 4°C
44,6°F / 7°C
64,4°F / 18°C
9°F / 5°C
9°F / 5°C
9°F / 5°C
Calibration of the cooling water temperature
Differential thermostat in cooling mode
15.2. PROTECTION DEVICE CALIBRATION
Auxiliary magnet circuit breaker
Compressor magnet circuit breaker
High pressure pressure switch
Fan + pump
ANK 030
ANK 045
4
-
A
220V-1-60Hz
A
220V-1-60Hz
20
-
bar
42
42
Low pressure transducer
bar
2
2
High pressure transducer
bar
40,5
40,5
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TECHNICAL SECTION
Standards and Directives respected on
designing and constructing the unit:
SAFETY
1. Machinery Directive
2006/42/CE
2. Low Voltage Directive
LVD 2006/95/CE
3. Electromagnetic compatibility
Directive EMC 2004/108/CE
4. Pressure Equipment Directive
PED 97/23/CE, EN 378,
5. UNI12735, UNI14276
INSTALLATION SECTION
ELECTRIC PART
1. CEI EN 60335-2-40,
2. CEI EN 61000-6-1/2/3/4
ACUSTIC PART
1. ISO DIS 9614/2
(intensimetric method)
16. GENERAL WARNINGS FOR THE INSTALLER
AERMEC ANK are constructed according to the recognised technical standards and safety regulations.
They have been designed for air conditioning and
the production of domestic hot water (DHW) and
must be destined to this use compatibly with their
performance
features. Any contractual or extracontractual liability
of the Company is excluded for injury/damage to
persons,
animals or objects owing to installation, regulation
and maintenance errors or improper use. All uses
not expressly indicated in this manual are prohibited
16.1. PRESERVATION OF THE DOCUMENTATION
1.
PROTECTION RATING
IP24
CERTIFICATIONS
EUROVENT
USER SECTION
REFRIGERANT GAS
Questa unità contiene gas floururali a
effetto serra coperti dal protocollo di
Kyoto. Le operazioni di manutenzione
e smaltimento devono essere eseguite
solo da personale qualificato, nel rispetto delle norme vigenti
DANGER!
The refrigerant circuit is under pressure.
Moreover, very high temperatures an be
reached. The appliance may only be pened by an SAT service technician or by a
qualified technician.
Work on the cooling circuit may only be
carried out by a qualified refrigeration
technician.
2.
3.
4.
5.
The instructions along with all the related
documentation must be given to the user
of the system, who assumes the responsibility to conserve the instructions so that
they are always at hand in case of need.
LRead this sheet carefully; the execution of all works must be performed by qualified staff, according to Standards in force
ion this subject in different countries.
The appliance must be installed in such
a way as to enable maintenance and/or
repairs to be carried out.
The appliance warranty does not cover
the costs for ladder trucks, scaffolding, or
other elevation systems that may become
necessary for carrying out servicing under
warranty.
Do not modify or tamper with the chiller
as dangerous situations can be created
and the manufacturer will not be liable
for any damage caused. The validity of the
warranty shall be void in the event of failure to comply with the above-mentioned
indications.
16.2. WARNINGS REGARDING SAFETY
AND INSTALLATION STANDARDS
1.
2.
The chiller must be installed by a qualifi ed
and suitably trained technician, in compliance
with the national legislation in force in the
country of destination.
AERMEC will not assume any responsibility
for damage due to failure to follow these
instructions.
Before beginning any operation, READ THESE
INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY AND CARRY OUT
THE SAFETY CHECKS TO REDUCE ALL RISK
OF DANGER TO A MINIMUM. All the staff
involved must have thorough knowledge of
the operations and any dangers that may
arise at the moment in which the installation
operations are carried out.
R410A REFRIGERANT GAS
The cooler comes supplied with a
ufficient quantity of R410A refrigerant
gas. This refrigerant is chlorine-free
and does not damage the ozone layer.
R410A is not flammable. However,
all maintenance operations must be
carried out exclusively by a specialised
technician using suitable protective
equipment
DANGER OF ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE!
Before opening the heat pump, completely disconnect the appliance from the
power mains.
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17. SELECTION AND PLACE OF INSTALLATION
Before beginning installation consent with client and
pay attention to the following recommendations:
1. The support surface must be capable of supporting the unit weight;
2. The safety differences between the unit and
ther appliances or structures must be scrupulously respected so that the inlet and outlet
AIR from the fans is free to circulate;
3. The unit must be installed by an enabled
technician in compliance with the national legislation in force in the country of destination,
respecting the minimum technical spaces in
order to allow maintenance.
17.2.1. POSITIONING
Before handling the unit, verify the lifting capacity of
the machines used, respecting the indications given
on the packaging.
To handle the machine (ANK 020-085) on horizontal surfaces, se fork lift trucks or similar in the most
appropriate manner, paying attention to the distribution of the unit weight.
17.1. MINIMUM TECHNICAL
500mm
20in
200mm
8in
300mm
12in
E
FRE
CE
SPA
500mm
20in
200mm
8in
300mm
12in
E
PAC
ES
FRE
17.2. HANDLING EXAMPLE
The length of the pipes must be such to allow positioning of the lifting belts and relative safety pins.
Position the unit in the place indicated by the
customer, placing a rubber covering between the
base and the support (min. thickness 10 mm.) or
alternatively anti-vibrating feet (ACCESSORIES). For
further information, refer to the dimensional tables
Fix the unit checking that it is level. Make sure that
the hydraulic and electric part can be easily reached.
In case of installation in places where gusts of wind
are frequent, fix the unit suitably using tie-rods.
Envision the installation of the condensate drain tray
in the versions where envisioned (as ACCESSORY).
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18. HYDRAULIC CIRCUITS OF PRINCIPLE
18.1. CHYDRAULIC CIRCUIT FOR INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ANK “H” (standard)
HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS ANK
HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
SUGGESTED EXTERNAL UNIT
4
5
9
4
FL
11
13
6
10
3
ATTENTION
The hydraulic pipes connecting to
the machine must be properly sized to the actual flow of water required by the system in operation.
The water flow to the exchanger
must always be constant.
7
14
1
8
5
2
6
COMPONENTS SUPPLIED AS STANDARDS
Plate exchanger
Water filter
Flowswitch
Air Vent
Porbe water temperature (IN/OUT)
Safety valve
6
7
9
10
11
12
13
14
COMPONENTS SUPPLIED AS STANDARDS
anti vibration joints
Ball Stop
Expansion tank
Storage tank
Manometer
Pumps
Electric heater
Drain cock
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12
4
1
2
3
4
5
8
PH
Electric
conductivity
Chloride ions
Sulphuric acid ions
Total iron
Alkalinity M
Total hardness
Sulphur ions
ammonia ions
Silicone ions
ATTENTION
The choice and the installation of
components external to the ANK H
up to the installer, who must operate according to the rules of good
technical design and in compliance
with the regulations in force in the
country of destination.
11
ATTENTION
Carefully wash the plant, before
connecting the unit. This allows
cleaning to remove any residue
such as weld spatter, slag, rust or
other impurities from the pipes.
These substances may otherwise
accumulate in and cause a machine malfunction. The connecting
pipes should be supported so as
not to weigh, with their weight on
the unit
6-8
less than 200 mV/cm
(25°C)
less than 50 ppm
less than 50 ppm
less than 0.3 ppm
less than 50 ppm
less than 50 ppm
none
none
less than 30 ppm
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18.2. CHYDRAULIC CIRCUIT FOR INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ANK “HP”
HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
ANK HP
HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
SUGGESTED EXTERNAL UNIT
4
5
4
11
9
FL
13
6
10
3
ATTENTION
The hydraulic pipes connecting to
the machine must be properly sized to the actual flow of water required by the system in operation.
The water flow to the exchanger
must always be constant.
7
14
1
8
5
12
2
6
4
1
2
3
4
5
8
9
12
COMPONENTS SUPPLIED AS STANDARDS
Plate exchanger
Water filter
Flowswitch
Air Vent
Porbe water temperature (IN/OUT)
Safety valve
Expansion tank
Pumps
6
7
10
11
13
14
COMPONENTS SUPPLIED AS STANDARDS
anti vibration joints
Ball Stop
Storage tank
Manometer
Electric heater
Drain cock
PH
Electric
conductivity
Chloride ions
Sulphuric acid ions
Total iron
Alkalinity M
Total hardness
Sulphur ions
ammonia ions
Silicone ions
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The choice and the installation of
components external to the ANK H
up to the installer, who must operate according to the rules of good
technical design and in compliance
with the regulations in force in the
country of destination.
11
ATTENTION
Carefully wash the plant, before
connecting the unit. This allows
cleaning to remove any residue
such as weld spatter, slag, rust or
other impurities from the pipes.
These substances may otherwise
accumulate in and cause a machine malfunction. The connecting
pipes should be supported so as
not to weigh, with their weight on
the unit
6-8
less than 200 mV/cm
(25°C)
less than 50 ppm
less than 50 ppm
less than 0.3 ppm
less than 50 ppm
less than 50 ppm
none
none
less than 30 ppm
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18.3. CHYDRAULIC CIRCUIT FOR INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL ANK “HA”
HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
ANK HA
HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS
SUGGESTED EXTERNAL UNIT
4
5
4
11
9
FL
13
6
10
3
ATTENTION
The hydraulic pipes connecting to
the machine must be properly sized to the actual flow of water required by the system in operation.
The water flow to the exchanger
must always be constant.
7
14
1
8
5
2
6
4
1
2
3
4
5
8
9
12
13
14
COMPONENTS SUPPLIED AS STANDARDS
Plate exchanger
Water filter
Flowswitch
Air Vent
Porbe water temperature (IN/OUT)
Safety valve
Expansion tank
Pumps
Electrical heater 300W
Drain cock
6
7
10
11
COMPONENTS SUPPLIED AS STANDARDS
anti vibration joints
Ball Stop
Storage tank
Manometer
PH
Electric
conductivity
Chloride ions
Sulphuric acid ions
Total iron
Alkalinity M
Total hardness
Sulphur ions
ammonia ions
Silicone ions
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12
ATTENTION
The choice and the installation of
components external to the ANK H
up to the installer, who must operate according to the rules of good
technical design and in compliance
with the regulations in force in the
country of destination.
11
ATTENTION
Carefully wash the plant, before
connecting the unit. This allows
cleaning to remove any residue
such as weld spatter, slag, rust or
other impurities from the pipes.
These substances may otherwise
accumulate in and cause a machine malfunction. The connecting
pipes should be supported so as
not to weigh, with their weight on
the unit
6-8
less than 200 mV/cm
(25°C)
less than 50 ppm
less than 50 ppm
less than 0.3 ppm
less than 50 ppm
less than 50 ppm
none
none
less than 30 ppm
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19. SYSTEM EXAMPLE
zona
zone
1
1
zone 2 2 zona
zone 33
zona
7
7
4
7
6
5
6
M
6
3
2
1
V3V
9
8
11
VT
10
1 - Unità ANK HA Unit;
2 - DIVERTER 3-way valve;
3 - Expansion vessel;
4 - Safety valve;
5 - Area mixer valve (*);
6 - Zone pump (*);
7 - Zone flow probe (*);
8 - DHW request thermostat (*);
9 - Probe for DHW mixer management (*);
10 - DHW integrative resistance (*);
11 - DHW mixer valve (*);
(*) Component not managed.
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20. BARYCENTRE AND ANTIVIBRATION
ANK HA
ANK H-HP
D
E
F
C
D
D
B
C
C
Yg
A
B
Xg
Yg
A
B
A
Mod.
VT9
VT15A
Xg
A
40
50
B
30
30
C
23
28.5
D
M8
M10
Barycentre and weight distribution
38
ANK
vers
weight
(Kg)
Xg
(mm)
Yg
(mm)
A
B
C
D
E
F
KIT
ANK030
ANK030
H
HP
149
154
199
199
365
359
35,4%
35,7%
28,1%
28,4%
20,4%
20,0%
16,2%
15,9%
-
-
VT9
VT9
ANK030
HA
189
217
633
12,0%
11,7%
22,6%
22,0%
16,1%
15,6%
VT15A
ANK045
ANK045
H
HP
165
175
204
203
362
352
34,9%
35,6%
28,9%
29,2%
19,8%
19,3%
16,4%
15,9%
-
-
VT9
VT9
ANK045
HA
210
220
643
10,7%
10,8%
23,8%
24,0%
15,3%
15,4%
VT15A
ANK050
ANK050
ANK050
H
HP
HA
172
182
217
204
203
362
352
34,9%
35,6%
28,9%
29,2%
19,8%
19,3%
16,4%
15,9%
-
-
VT9
VT9
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21. DIMENSION (mm)
ANK [H-HP] 030-045-050
ANK [HA] 030-045-050
1281 mm
50 in
1281 mm
50 in
450 mm
18 in
1000 mm
39 in
1450 mm
57 in
450 mm
18 in
22. ANTIVIBRATION POSITIONING (mm)
ANK [H-HP] 030-045-050
ANK [HA] 030-045-050
841
410 mm
16 in
360 mm
14 in
841 mm
33 in
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2 in
841 mm
33 in
569 mm
22 in
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23. HYDRAULIC CONNECTION
23.2. ANK 030-045-050 H
OUT
Ø 1”¼
IN
Ø 1”¼
235 mm
9 in
Reducer for connection
STANDARD SUPPLIED
110 mm
4 in
53.6 mm
2.1 in
23.1. ANK 030-045-050 HA
OUT
Ø 1”¼
IN
Ø 1”¼
205 mm
8 in
110 mm
4 in
389 mm
15 in
40
503 mm
20 in
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24. ELECTRIC CONNECTIONS
The ANK heat pumps are completely wired at the
factory and only require connection to the electrical mains, downstream from a unit switch, according to that envisioned by the Standards in force on
this subject in the country of installation.
It s also advised to check that:
− the electrical mains features are suitable
for the absorption values indicated in the
electrical data table, TAB. also taking into
consideration any other machines operating at the same time.
− The unit is only powered when installation has been completed (hydraulic and
electric).
− Respect the connection indications of the
phase, and earth wires.
− The power supply line must have a
relevant protection mounted upstream
against short circuits and dispersions to
earth, which isolates the system with
respect to other utilities.
− The voltage must be within a tolerance
of ±10% of the nominal power supply
voltage of the machine (for unbalanced
three-phase unit max 3% between the
phases). Whenever these parameters are
not respected, contact the electric energy
public body.
For electric connections,
use the cables with double isolation according to the Standards in force on this
subject in the different countries.
− The use of an omnipolar magnet circuit
breaker switch is mandatory, in compliance with the IEC-EN Standards (contact
opening at least 3 mm), with suitable cutoff power and differential protection on
the basis of the electric data table shown
below, installed as near as possible to the
appliance.
− It is mandatory to make an effective earth
connection. The manufacturer cannot be
considered responsible for any damage
caused by the lack of or ineffective appliance earth connection.
− For units with three-phase power supply, check the correct connection of the
phases.
WARNING:
It is prohibited to use the water pipes to earth the
appliance.
24.1. RECOMMENDED ELECTRIC
CABLE SECTION
The cable section shown in the table are recommended for maximum lengths of 50m.
For longer lengths or different cable laying, it is
up to the PLANNER to calculate the appropriate
line switch, the power supply line as well as the
connection to the earth wire and connection cables
depending on:
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the length
the type of cable
The absorption of the unit and the physical location, and the ambient temperature.
ATTENTION:
Check the tightening of all power wire clamps on
commissioning and after 30 days from start-up.
Subsequently, check the tightening of all the
power clamps every six months.
Loose terminals can cause overheating of the
cables and components.
Commissioning must be
performed with standard settings. Only when the inspection
has been completed can the
functioning Set Point values by
changed.
Before start-up, power the unit
for at least 12-24 hours positioning the protection magnet circuit
breaker switch and the door lock
isolating switch at ON.
Make sure that the control panel
is off in order to allow the compressor sup oil to heat.
24.2. ELECTRIC POWER CONNECTION TO
THE ELECTRICAL MAINS
1.
Before connecting the unit to the power supply mains , ensure that the isolating switch
is open.
2. Open the front panel
3. Use the holes at the bottom on the framework for the main electric power supply
cable and for the cables of the other external
connections under the responsibility of the
installer.
4. It is forbidden to access with
electric cables in positions not
specifically envisioned in this
manual.
5. Avoid direct contact with not
insulated copper piping and with
compressor.
6. Identify the clamps for the
electric connection, always refer
to the electric layout supplied
with the unit.
7.
For the functional connection
of the unit bring a power supply
cable to the electric control
board inside the unit and connect to the U-N and PE clamps
respecting (U) phase, (N) neutral,
(PE) earth in case of single-phase
power supply (220V-1~60Hz),
8. Re-position the inspection panels
9. Ensure that all protections
removed for the electric connection have been restored before
electrically powering the unit.
10. Position the main system switch
(external to the appliance) at
“ON”.
24.3. AUXILIARY CONNECTIONS
UNDER THE
RESPONSIBILITY OF THE
USER/INSTALLER
All clamps to which reference is
made in the following explanations
are part of the 13 POLE removable
terminal board situated inside the
electric control board and connected to the MODUCONTROL (see figure).
There are two types of connections, see wiring
diagram at the bottom of the page:
24.3.1. SUMMER/WINTER REMOTE CONTROL
(C/F)
To prepare a summer/winter remote switch-
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over device
connect the device contact to the
clamps 3 and 5 of the 13 POLE terminal board.
24.3.2. ON/OFF CONTROL (IA)
To prepare an ON/OFF remote switch-over
device
connect the device contact to clamps 4 and 5
of the 13 POLE terminal board.
24.3.3. REMOTE ALARM (AE)
If the necessity occurs to display the machine
block in a remote point
due to functioning
anomaly,
this is possible using
clamps 6 and 7 of
the 13 POLE terminal
board,
N
connect
I O an acoustic
or visual alarm signal
I
ON
O OFF
OFF
LED ( I ) off
tomer or the legitimate owner of the machine, the
units in this series can be started up by the AERMEC
After-Sales Service in your area (valid only on Italian
territory).
The start of operation must be scheduled in advance
based on the timeframe for the completion of works
for the system. Prior to the work to be carried out by
the AERMEC service personnel, all other works (electrical and hydraulic hook-ups, priming and bleeding
of air from the system) must have been completed.
Before starting the unit make sure that:
1. All safety conditions have been respected
2. The unit is correctly fixed to the support
surface
3. The minimum technical spaces have been
respected;
4. The hydraulic connections have been made
respecting the inlet and outlet
5. The hydraulic plant has been loaded and
bled.
6. The hydraulic circuit cocks are open
7. The electric connections have been made
correctly
8. The voltage is within the tolerance of 10% of
the unit nominal value
9. Earthing is correctly made. All electric
and hydraulic connections are correctly
tightened.
25.3.1. S EASON CHANGEOVER FROM PANEL ON
MACHINE
Access the USER SET list by touching the insert
password key 000 (already displayed; just confirm by
re-pressing the key .
The parameter affected is the 0.
For further information refer to the USER MANUAL
25.3.2. S EASON CHANGEOVER FROM PR3
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Just act directly on the switch
The machine switches off automatically
and switches back-on with the selected
functioning modeadvance based on the
timeframe for the completion of works for the
system. Prior to the work to be carried out by
the AERMEC service personnel, all other works
(electrical and hydraulic hook-ups, priming and
bleeding of air from the system) must have
been completed.
25.2. MACHINE COMMISSIONING
ON/OFF
device.
24.3.4. REMOTE PANEL (TRA)
To prepare a summer/winter switch-over
device, connect the device contact to clamps 8
and 9 of the 13 POLE terminal board.
24.3.5. CONTACT FOR THERMOSTATION
DOMESTIC HOT WATER DHW (TWS)
To prepare a stand-alone thermostation
device, connect to clamps 10 and 11 of the 13
POLE terminal board.
24.3.6. CONTACT FOR BOILER CONTROL
To prepare a boiler control, connect to clamps
12 and 13 of the 13 POLE terminal board.
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Close the electric control board hatch.
Position the appliance master switch at ON.
Make sure that the auxiliary switch contact (IA)
(see wiring diagram) is open (if used, and the
display LED ( I ) A must be off.
Press the ON key for 3 sec to switch the machine on.
25.3. SEASON CHANGEOVER
- For every season change, check that the functioning limits lie within the limits.
- Check that the compressor input current is lower
than the maximum indicated in the technical data
table.
- Check, that in models with three-phase power
supply, that the compressor noise level is not
abnormal. If this is the case, invert a phase.
- Make sure that the voltage value lies within the
pre-fixed limits and that unbalance between the
three phases (three-phase power supply) is not
above 3%.
24.3.7. CONNECTION PR3 (ACCESSORY)
If you should have the PR3 accessory, always
connect it to the 13 POLE terminal board as
shown below. Remember that the maximum
distance accepted is 150 mt. REMEMBER
THAT THE PR3 AS WELL AS BEING CONNECTED
MUST BE ENABLED (see subsequent pages).
25. CONTROL AND
COMMISSIONING
N
0
CODE
Sta
NAME
Season
min.
0
Default
0
Max
1
Meaning
0 functioning in cooling mode
1 functioning in heating mode
25.1. PREPARATION FOR
COMMISSIONING
Please note that, on request by the Aermec cus-
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26. FUNCTIONING FEATURES
26.1. SET POINT IN COOLING MODE
(DCPX ACCESSORY)
(factory set) = 45v, ∆t = 5°C.
If the unit power supply is restored after a temporary interruption, the set mode will be kept in the
memory.
To allow correct functioning of the unit at different
external temperatures, the MODUCONTROL by
reading the pressure via the pressure probe, controls the rotation speed of the fans, thus allowing
to increase and/or decrease heat exchange, keeping the condensation or evaporation pressures
more or less constant. The fan functions independently with respect to the compressor.
Remember that the DCPX is mandatory for the
production of DHW
26.3. COMPRESSOR START-UP DELAY
26.6. ANTI-FREEZE ALARM
Two functions have been prepared to prevent
compressor start-ups that are too close.
The anti-freeze alarm is never active if the machine
is off or in stand-by mode. In order to prevent
breakage of the plate heat exchanger due to freezing of the water it contains, the MODUCONTROL
blocks the compressor and ignition of the resistance (ACCESSORY) if the temperature detected
by the probe positioned at the outlet of the heat
exchanger and in inlet to the chiller is below +4°C.
THIS ANTI-FREEZE SET TEMPERATURE CAN ONLY
BE VARIED BY AN AUTHORISED AFTER-SALES
CENTRE AND ONLY AFTER HAVING CHECKED THAT
THERE IS ANTI-FREEZE SOLUTION IN THE WATER
SYSTEM.
The intervention of this alarm determines compressor block and not pump block, which remains
active along with the switch-on of the resistance
if installed.
To restore normal functions the temperature of
the outlet water must rise above +4°C. Rearm is
manual.
WHENEVER THIS ALARM INTERVENES, WE
ADVISE YOU CALL THE NEAREST AFTER-SALES
SERVICE IMMEDIATELY.
(factory set) = 7°C, ∆t = 5°C.
26.2. SET POINT IN HEATING MODE
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Minimum time from last switch-off 180 seconds.
Minimum time from last switch-on 300 seconds.
26.4. CIRCULATION PUMP
The circuit board envisions an output for pump
management, which starts on commissioning and
remains on for at least 150 seconds and controls the
state of the probes.
After the first 40 seconds that the pump functions,
when the water flow rate is in normal working
conditions, the water flow rate alarm functions
are activated (differential pressure switch or flow
meter).
When the machine enters stand-by mode, the
pump remains on for 30 sec and controls the flow
meter or the pressure switch
26.5. FAN SPEED CONTROL
27. MAINTENANCE
WARNING
Inspection, maintenance and
eventual repair work must be carried out only by a legally qualified
technician.
Lack of control/maintenance can
cause damage to persons or things.
For appliances installed near to
the sea, the maintenance intervals
must be halved.
All cleaning is prohibited until the unit has been
disconnected from the electric power supply mains.
Make sure there is no voltage present before
operating.
Periodic maintenance is fundamental to keep the
unit perfectly efficient under a functional and energetic point of view.
It is therefore essential to carry out periodic yearly
controls for the:
27.1. HYDRAULIC CIRCUIT
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Refilling of water circuit
Cleaning the water filter
Control of flow switch
Bleed the air from the circuit.
Verify that the water flow rate to the evaporator is constant.
Verify the thermal insulation of the hydraulic
piping.
Check the percentage of glycol where necessary.
26.7. WATER FLOW RATE ALARM
The MODUCONTROL manages a water flow rate
alarm controlled by the differential pressure switch
installed in series on the machine.
This type of safety device intervenes after the first
40 seconds of pump functioning, if the water flow
rate is not sufficient.
The intervention of this alarm determines compressor and pump block.
27.2. ELECTRIC CIRCUIT CHECKS
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Safety efficiency
Electric supply pressure
Electrical Input
Connection tightness
Verify the operation of the carter compressor
resistance
27.3. COOLING CIRCUIT CHECKS
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State of compressor
Efficiency of the plate heat exchanger resistance if envisioned
Work pressure
Leak test for watertightness control of the cooling circuit
Functioning of high and low pressure pressure
switches
Carry out the appropriate checks on the filter
dryer to check efficiency
27.4. MECHANICAL CHECKS
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Check the tightening of the screws the
compressors and the electrical box, as well as
the exterior panelling of the unit. Insufficient
fastening can lead to undesired noise and
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Undesired vibrations
Check the condition of the structure. If there are any oxidised parts, treat with paint
suitable to eliminate or reduce oxidation.
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27.5. EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE
the ANKs are filled with R410A gas and are
inspected at the factory. Under normal conditions they do not require Technical Assistance
related to control of refrigerant gas. Through
time gas leakage may be generated from the
from the joints, causing refrigerant to escape
and discharge the circuit, causing appliance
malfunctioning. In these cases the leakage
points are to be discovered, repaired and the
Gas circuit is to be replenished, respecting the
December 28 1993 n°549 law.
27.6. LOAD PROCEDURE
The load procedure is the following:
− Empty and dry the entire cooling circuit
using a vacuum pump connected to the
low and high pressure socket until 10 Pa
is read on the vacuum meter. Wait a few
minutes and check that this value does not
rise above 50 Pa.
− Connect the refrigerant gas cylinder or
a load cylinder to the socket on the low
pressure line.
− Load the amount of refrigerant gas indicated on the appliance features plate.
− After a few hours of functioning, check
that the liquid indicator indicates the dry
circuit (dry-green). In the case of partial
loss, the circuit must be emptied completely before being re-loaded.
− The R410A refrigerant must only be loaded
in the liquid state.
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Functioning conditions that are different
to the nominal conditions can give rise to
values that are greatly different.
The sealing test or the search for leaks
must only be performed using R410A
refrigerant gas, checking using a suitable
leak detector.
In the cooling circuit it is prohibited to use
oxygen or acetylene or other inflammable
or poisonous gases because they are a
cause of explosions or intoxication.
We recommend to envision a machine book (not supplied, but the
user's responsibility), which allows
to keep track of the interventions
performed on the unit. In this way
it will be easy to suitably organise
the interventions making research
and the prevention of any machine
breakdowns easier.
Use the date to record date, type
of intervention made (routine
maintenance, inspection or repairs), description of the intervention, measures actuated…
IT IS forbidden to RELOAD the
circuit with a refrigerant gas different to the one indicated. Using a
different refrigerant gas can cause
serious damage to the compressor.
DISPOSAL
Envisions that disposal of the unit
is carried out in conformity with
the Standards in force in the different countries
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28. LIST OF CONTROLS FOR THE
GUIDED PROCEDURE
following guided procedures, with which to
correctly set the unit circuit board parameters.
Some parameters in the moducontrol board
must be set appropriately on the basis of the
type of system in which the unit is installed.
These modifications, performed by the installer, are summarised and organised in the
How to modify a parameter in the user menu:
To enter the USER menu press the key shown in (Fig.A). Once the
key has been pressed the password must be inserted for access
to the various menus. To access the user menu the password is
000 (which is the default displayed); to modify the value of the
password use the arrow keys. Once the correct password has
been inserted, press the key shown in (Fig.A). The display shows
the index of the USER parameter and a string of three characters that identify it. The string remains displayed for one second,
after which it is replaced by the value relativeto the parameter
itself. To pass to the next parameter, use the arrow keys (Fig.B). To
modify a parameter, just select it, press the key shown in (Fig.A),
modify the value using the arrow keys shown in (Fig.B). To confirm
the modification press the key shown in (Fig.A) again.
PASSWORD = 000
Fig. B
Fig.A
How to modify a parameter in the installer menu:
To enter the INSTALLER menu, press the key shown in (Fig.A).
Once the key has been pressed the password must be inserted
for access to the various menus. To access the user menu the
password is 030. To modify the value of the password use the
arrow keys. Once the correct password has been inserted, press
the key shown in (Fig.A). The display shows the index of the INSTALLER parameter and a string of three characters that identify
it. The string remains displayed for one second, after which it
is replaced by the value relative to the parameter
itself. To pass
to the next parameter, use the arrow keys (Fig.B). To modify a
parameter, just select it, press the key shown in (Fig.A), modify
the value using the arrow keys shown in (Fig.B). To confirm the
modification press the key shown in (Fig.A) again.
PASSWORD = 030
Fig.A
Fig. B
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(1) What type of system terminals are used in the heating circuit?
Reply
The unit is a cooling only model
Radiant panels (floor, etc....)
Fan coils or
low temperature radiators
Other applications
Operations to be performed
Go to question 2
Set the parameter StC (index 3 USER menu) with the value of 35 °C
Set the parameter StC (index 3 USER menu) with the value of 45 °C
(default value)
Set the parameter StC (index 3 USER menu) with the value of 55 °C
(2) Is the remote panel accessory installed (PR3) ?
Reply
Not installed
Operations to be performed
Go to question 3
Set the parameter PAN (index 9 INSTALLER menu) with the appropriate value, selecting
from:
Value (1):
• Season control piloted from the circuit board
• ON/OFF control enabled from PR3
Value (2):
• Season control enabled from PR3
• ON/OFF control from panel on machine
Value (3):
• Season control enabled from PR3
• ON/OFF control enabled from PR3
Installed
(3) Is the production of DHW envisioned?
Reply
Not envisioned
Envisioned
Operations to be performed
Go to question 5
Set the parameter ASA (index A INSTALLER MENU) with the value (1)
(4) Is a 3-way diverter valve envisioned in the DHW production circuit?
Reply
Not envisioned
Envisioned
(5) Is a room thermostat installed?
Reply
Not installed
Installed
Operations to be performed
Go to question 5
Set the parameter AAS (index C INSTALLER menu) with the appropriate value (in seconds). This parameter indicates the stand-by time for inversion of the 3-way diverter
valve on the DHW production system
Operations to be performed
No operation
This parameter enables a digital clamp ID (indicated on the circuit board with the code
TRA) to which a room thermostat must be connected, used to disable the compressors
and the integrative resistances.
Set the parameter trA (index D INSTALLER menu), with the appropriate value, selecting
from:
Value (1 or 2): Clamp ENABLED
Value (0 or 3): Clamp DISABLED
Remember that the OPEN state on the clamp represents:
• the compressors and resistances block function if the parameter is set at 1
• the compressors, pumps and resistances block function if the parameter is set at 2
• represents the pump alarm (as in the previous software version), if the parameter
is set at the value 3
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ANOMALY
The chiller does not start-up
Insufficient yield
Noisy compressor
Noise and vibrations
The compressor stops due to intervention of the
protections
High discharge pressure
Low discharge pressure
High intake pressure
Low intake pressure
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No electric voltage
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Master switch at OFF
Remote switch at OFF (if present)
Control panel at OFF
Main switch at OFF
Compressor magnet circuit breaker at OFF
Power supply voltage too low
Remote control switch coil broken
Circuit board broken
Peak condenser broken
Compressor broken
No refrigerant
Appliance dimensioning
Functioning outside of operational limits
Liquid return to the compressor
Inadequate fixing
Phase inverted (in three-phase versions only)
Contacts between metal bodies
Weak rest
Loose screws
Excessive flow pressure
Low intake pressure
Power supply voltage low
Electric connections fastened badly
Functioning outside of operational limits
Pressure switch functions badly
•
Circuit breaker protection intervention
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High external air temperature
High water input temperature
Insufficient air flow
Insufficient water flow
Fan regulation anomalous functioning
Air in the hydraulic system
Excessive gas load
Low external air temperature
Low water input temperature
Humidity in the cooling circuit
Anomalous functioning of fan regulation (if
envisioned)
Air in the hydraulic system
Insufficient gas load
High external air temperature
High water input temperature
Thermostatic expansion valve too open or damaged
Low external air temperature
Low water input temperature
Thermostatic expansion valve damaged or blocked
Water filter blocked
Plate heat exchanger blocked
Insufficient air flow
Insufficient water flow
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REMEDY
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Check the presence of voltage
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Check the safety systems upstream from the
appliance
•
Position at ON
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Check power supply line
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Replace the component
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Check
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Check
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Invert a phase
Check
Restore
Tighten the screws
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Check
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Replace the component
Check power supply voltage
Check electric isolation of the windings
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Check
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Check fan functioning
Check pump functioning
Check
Bleed
Check
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Check
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Empty and restore the gas load
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Check
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Bleed
Check
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Check
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Check
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Check fan functioning
Check pump functioning
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