Beko DRYPOINT RA 1080-8800 Operating instructions

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Instructions for installation and operation
Compressed air refrigeration dryer
DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
Dear customer,
Thank you for deciding in favour of the DRYPOINT® RA1080-8800 compressed-air refrigeration dryer. Please read
these installation and operating instructions carefully before mounting and starting up the DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
and follow our directions. Perfect functioning of the DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800 and thus reliable compressed-air
drying can only be guaranteed when the provisions and notes stipulated here are strictly adhered to.
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DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
Contents
1 Name plate
5 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 Safety instructions
Safety pictograms in accordance with DIN 4844
Signal words in accordance with ANSI
Overview of the safety instructions
5 6 8 8 3 Proper use
11 4 Exclusion from a field of application
11 5 Operating instructions in accordance with the 97/23/EC Pressure Equipment Directive
12 6 Transport
13 7 Storage
13 8 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7 8.8 Installation
Place of installation
Installation plan
Correction factors
Connection to the compressed-air system
Connection to the cooling-water network
Minimum cooling-water requirements:
Electrical connections
Condensate drain
14 14 15 16 17 17 18 19 20 9 9.1 9.2 9.3 Start-up
Preliminary stages
Initial start-up
Start-up and shut down
20 20 21 22 10 10.1 10.2 Technical data
Technical data DRYPOINT RA 1080-8800
Technical data DRYPOINT RA 1080-8800
23 23 24 11 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 11.6 11.7 11.8 11.9 11.10 11.11 11.12 11.13 11.14 11.15 11.15.1 11.15.2 11.15.3 11.15.4 11.15.5 11.15.6 11.15.7 11.15.8 11.15.9 11.15.10 11.16 Technical description
Control panel
Functional description
Flow chart (air-cooled)
Flow chart (water-cooled)
Refrigerating compressor
Condenser (air-cooled)
Condenser (water-cooled)
Cooling-water regulating valve
Filter dryer
Capillary tube
Aluminium heat exchanger
Hot-gas bypass valve
Refrigerant pressure switches LPS – HPS
Compressor crankcase heater
DMC 24 electronics (control unit compressed-air dryer)
Switching the dryer on
Switching the dryer off
Indication of the operating parameters – Info menu
Indication of a service warning
Alarm indication
Display of the alarm memory – log menu
Control of the dryer via remote control
Operation of the potential-free failure/alarm contact
Connection to a serial line
How to change operating parameters – SETUP menu
Electronically level-controlled BEKOMAT condensate drain
25 25 25 26 26 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 27 28 28 28 29 29 30 31 32 32 32 32 33 34 12 12.1 12.2 Maintenance, troubleshooting, spare parts and dismantling
Checks and maintenance
Troubleshooting
35 35 36 DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
3/400/50
3/460/60
3
12.3 12.4 12.5 Recommended spare parts
Maintenance works at the refrigeration cycle
Dismantling the dryer
41 43 43 13 13.1 13.1.1 13.1.2 13.1.3 13.1.4 13.2 13.2.1 13.2.2 13.2.3 13.2.4 13.2.5 13.2.6 13.2.7 13.2.8 13.2.9 13.3 13.3.1 13.3.2 13.3.3 13.3.4 13.3.5 13.3.6 13.3.7 13.3.8 13.3.9 13.3.10 13.3.11 13.3.12 13.3.13 13.3.14 Appendices
Dryer dimensions
Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 1080-2200
Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 2400-4400
Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 5400-6600
Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 7200-8800
Exploded diagrams
Components of the exploded diagrams
Exploded diagram DRYPOINT RA 1080-2200 / AC
Exploded diagram DRYPOINT RA 2400-4400 / AC
Exploded diagram DRYPOINT RA 5400-6600 / AC
Exploded diagram DRYPOINT RA 7200-8800 / AC
Exploded diagram DRYPOINT RA 1080-2200 / WC
Exploded diagram DRYPOINT RA 2400-4400 / WC
Exploded diagram DRYPOINT RA 5400-6600 / WC
Exploded diagram DRYPOINT RA 7200-8800 / WC
Electric diagrams
Electric diagrams – list of components
Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 1080-2200- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 1/3
Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 1080-2200- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 2/3
Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 1080-2200- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 3/3
Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 2400-4400- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 1/4
Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 2400-4400- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 2/4
Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 2400-4400- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 3/4
Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 2400-4400- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 4/4
Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 5400-8800- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 1/6
Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 5400-8800- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 2/6
Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 5400-8800- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 3/6
Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 5400-8800- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 4/6
Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 5400-8800- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 5/6
Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 5400-8800- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 6/6
44 44 44 45 46 47 48 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 14 Declaration of conformity CE
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DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
Name plate
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Name plate
The name plate is on the back of the dryer and comprises all primary data of the device. Always refer to these data
when contacting the manufacturer or the sales department.
All guarantee claims will expire in the event that the name plate is modified or removed.
The dryer model printed on the nameplate includes one or more suffixes that specify one or more features of dryer.
Explanation of 1st suffix for power supply requirements :
1st SUFFIX
none
-R
-S
-F
-T
DESCRIPTION OF FEATURE
3/400/50
3/460/60
3/230/60 (with internal autotransformer)
3/380/60 (with internal autotransformer)
3/690/60 (with internal autotransformer)
Explanation of 2nd suffix for cooling requirements :
2nd SUFFIX
/ AC
/ WC
/ SWC
/ TBH
DESCRIPTION OF FEATURE
Air cooled
Fresh water cooled
Sea water cooled, tube bundle condenser
Fresh water cooled, tube bundle condenser
Explanation of (eventual) 3rd suffix for special feature :
3rd SUFFIX
-TAC
-SP
-OF
Examples :
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DESCRIPTION OF FEATURE
Anti corrosion treatment
Special feature
Dryer oil free
DP RA2200-R /AC
DP RA1800 /SWC
DP RA2200-T /WC


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DRYPOINT RA2200, 3/460/60, Air cooled
DRYPOINT RA1800 3/400/50, Sea water cooled, tube bundle cond.
DRYPOINT RA2200 3/690/60, Water cooled
Safety instructions
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Please check whether or not these instructions correspond to the device type.
Please adhere to all advice given in these operating instructions. They include essential information
which must be observed during installation, operation and maintenance. Therefore, it must be ensured
that these operating instructions are read by the fitter and the responsible operator / certified skilled
personnel prior to installation, start-up and maintenance.
The operating instructions must be accessible at all times at the place of application of the DRYPOINT®
RA 1080-8800 compressed-air refrigeration dryer.
In addition to these operating instructions, local and national regulations need to be observed, where
required.
Ensure that operation of the DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800 compressed-air refrigeration dryer only takes
place within the permissible limit values indicated on the name plate. Any deviation from these limit
values involves a risk for persons and for the material, and may result in malfunction or a breakdown.
After installing the device correctly and in accordance with the instructions in this manual, the dryer is
ready to operate, further settings are not required. Operation is fully automatic and maintenance is
limited to several examinations and cleaning measures which are described in the following chapters.
This manual must be available at all times for future reference and is a constituent part of the dryer.
If you have any queries regarding these installation and operating instructions, please contact BEKO
TECHNOLOGIES GMBH.
DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
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Safety instructions
2.1
Safety pictograms in accordance with DIN 4844
Observe operating instructions
General danger symbol
Supply voltage
Danger: component or system under pressure
Hot surfaces
Non-breathable air
Do not use water to extinguish the fire
Do not operate with open cover (housing)
Maintenance works or controlling measures must only be carried out by qualified personnel 1
Do not smoke
Note
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ARIA
AIR
LUFT
AIR
Connection point compressed-air inlet
ARIA
AIR
LUFT
AIR
Connection point compressed-air outlet
Connection point condensate drain
Connection point cooling-water inlet (water-cooled)
Connection point cooling-water outlet (water-cooled)
1
Certified skilled personnel are persons who are authorised by the manufacturer, with experience and technical training, who are
well-grounded in the respective provisions and laws and capable of carrying out the required works and of identifying and avoiding
any
risks
during
the
machine
transport,
installation,
operation
and
maintenance.
Qualified and authorised operators are persons who are instructed by the manufacturer regarding the handling of the refrigeration
system, with experience and technical training, and who are well-grounded in the respective provisions and laws.
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Safety instructions
Works can be carried out by the operator of the plant, provided that they are skilled accordingly 2.
NOTE: Text that contains important specifications to be considered – does not refer to safety precautions.
The device was carefully designed with particular attention paid to environmental protection:
 CFC-free refrigerants
 CFC-free insulation material
 Energy-saving design
 Limited acoustic emissions
 Dryer and packaging comprise reusable materials
This symbol advises the user to observe the environmental aspects and comply with the recommendations
connected with this symbol.
2
Certified skilled personnel are persons who are authorised by the manufacturer, with experience and technical training, who are
well-grounded in the respective provisions and laws and capable of carrying out the required works and of identifying and avoiding
any
risks
during
the
machine
transport,
installation,
operation
and
maintenance.
Qualified and authorised operators are persons who are instructed by the manufacturer regarding the handling of the refrigeration
system, with experience and technical training, and who are well-grounded in the respective provisions and laws.
DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
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Safety instructions
2.2
Signal words in accordance with ANSI
Danger!
Imminent hazard
Consequences of non-observance: serious injury or death
Warning!
Potential hazard
Consequences of non-observance: possible serious injury or death
Caution!
Imminent hazard
Consequences of non-observance: possible injury or property damage
Notice!
Potential hazard
Consequences of non-observance: possible injury or property damage
Important!
Additional advice, info, hints
Consequences of non-observance: disadvantages during operation and maintenance, no danger
2.3
Overview of the safety instructions
Certified skilled personnel
Installation works must exclusively be carried out by authorised and qualified skilled personnel. Prior to
undertaking any measures on the DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800 compressed-air refrigeration dryer, the
certified skilled personnel shall read up on the device by carefully studying the operating instructions.
The operator is responsible for the adherence to these provisions. The respective directives in force
apply to the qualification and expertise of the certified skilled personnel.
For safe operation, the device must only be installed and operated in accordance with the indications in
the operating instructions. In addition, the national and operational statutory provisions and safety
regulations, as well as the accident prevention regulations required for the respective case of
application, need to be observed during employment. This applies accordingly when accessories are
used.
Danger!
Compressed air!
Risk of serious injury or death through contact with quickly or suddenly escaping compressed
air or through bursting and/or unsecured plant components.
Compressed air is a highly dangerous energy source.
Never work on the dryer when the system is under pressure.
Never direct the compressed-air outlet or condensate drain hoses at persons.
The user is responsible for the proper installation of the dryer. Non-observance of the instructions in the
"Installation" chapter leads to the expiration of the guarantee. Improper installation may result in
dangerous situations for the personnel and/or the device.
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Danger!
Supply voltage!
Contact with non-insulated parts carrying supply voltage involves the risk of an electric shock
resulting in injuries and death.
Only qualified and skilled personnel are authorised to run electrically-operated devices. Prior to
undertaking maintenance measures at the device, the following requirements must be met:
Make sure that the power supply is switched off and that the device is off and marked for maintenance
measures. Please also ensure that the power supply cannot be re-established during the works.
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Caution!
Refrigerant!
The compressed-air refrigeration dryer uses HFC-containing refrigerants as a coolant.
Please observe the corresponding paragraph entitled "Maintenance works at the refrigeration cycle".
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Safety instructions
Warning!
Refrigerant leak!
A refrigerant leak involves the danger of serious injury and damage to the environment.
The DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800 compressed-air refrigeration dryer contains fluorinated greenhouse
gas/refrigerant.
Installation, repair and maintenance works at the refrigeration system must only be carried out by
certified skilled personnel (specialists). A certification in accordance with EC regulation 303/2008 must
be available.
The requirements of the EC 842/2006 directive must be met under all circumstances.
Please refer to the indications on the name plate as regards the type and amount of refrigerant.
Comply with the following protective measures and rules of conduct:

Storage: Keep the container tightly closed. Keep it in a cool and dry place. Protect it against heat
and direct sunlight. Keep it away from ignition sources.

Handling: Take measures against electrostatic charging. Ensure good ventilation/suction at the
workplace. Check fittings, connections and ducts for tightness. Do not inhale the gas. Avoid contact
with the eyes or the skin.

Prior to carrying out works on refrigerant-carrying parts, remove the refrigerant to such an extent that
safe working is possible.

Do not eat, drink or smoke during work. Keep out of the reach of children.

Breathing protection: ambient-air-independent respirator (at high concentrations).

Eye protection: sealing goggles.

Hand protection: protective gloves (e.g. made of leather).

Personal protection: protective clothing.
 Skin protection: use protective cream.
In addition, the safety data sheet for the refrigerant needs to be observed!
Caution!
Hot surfaces!
During operation, several components can reach surface temperatures of more than +60°C.
There is the risk of burns.
All components concerned are installed inside of the closed housing. The housing must only be opened
by certified skilled personnel 3.
Caution!
Improper use!
The device is intended for the separation of water in compressed air. The dried compressed air cannot
be used for breathing-air purposes and is not suitable for the direct contact with food.
This dryer is not suitable for the treatment of contaminated air or of air containing solids.
3
Certified skilled personnel are persons who are authorised by the manufacturer, with experience and technical training, who are
well-grounded in the respective provisions and laws and capable of carrying out the required works and of identifying and avoiding
any
risks
during
the
machine
transport,
installation,
operation
and
maintenance.
Qualified and authorised operators are persons who are instructed by the manufacturer regarding the handling of the refrigeration
system, with experience and technical training, and who are well-grounded in the respective provisions and laws.
DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
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Safety instructions
Note!
Contaminated intake air!
In the event that the intake air is strongly contaminated (ISO 8573.1 class 3.-3 or poorer quality), we
recommend the additional installation of a prefilter (e.g. CLEARPOINT F040), to avoid clogging of the
heat exchanger.
Caution!
Heating-up through fire!
In the event of a heating-up through fire, the containers and pipes of the refrigerant system can
burst.
In this case, please proceed as follows:
Switch off the refrigeration plant.
Switch off the mechanical ventilation of the machinery compartment.
Use ambient-air-independent respirators.
Containers and plants which are filled with refrigerant can burst violently in the event of fire.
The refrigerants themselves are incombustible, but they are degraded to very toxic products at high
temperatures.
Remove the container/plant from the fire zone, as there is the risk of bursting!
Cool down containers and bottles via a directed water jet from a safe position.
In the event of fire, please use an approved fire extinguisher. Water is not a suitable agent to extinguish
an electrical fire.
This must only be carried out by persons who are trained and informed about the hazards emanating
from the product.
Caution!
Unauthorised intervention!
Unauthorised interventions may endanger persons and plants and lead to malfunction.
Unauthorised interventions, modification and abuse of the pressure devices are prohibited.
The removal of sealings and leadings at safety devices is prohibited.
Operators of the devices must observe the local and national pressure equipment regulations in the
country of installation.
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Note!
Ambient conditions!
In the event that the dryer is not installed under suitable ambient conditions, the ability of the device to
condense refrigerant gas is impaired. This can result in a higher load of the refrigerating compressor,
and in a loss of efficiency and performance of the dryer.
This in turn leads to overheated condenser fan motors, to malfunction of electric components and to a
breakdown of the dryer. Failures of this type will affect warranty considerations.
Do not install the dryer in an environment in which chemicals with a corrosive effect, explosive gases,
toxic gases, evaporation heat, high ambient temperatures or extreme dust and dirt can be found.
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DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
Proper use
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Proper use
This dryer was designed, manufactured and tested to separate the moisture which normally exists in compressed air.
Any other use is considered improper.
The manufacturer shall not be liable for problems occurring as a consequence of improper use. The user alone is
responsible for any damage resulting from that.
Furthermore, the correct use includes the compliance with the installation instructions, in particular in respect of:
• The voltage and frequency of the main voltage supply.
• The pressure, temperature and flow rate of the inlet air.
• The pressure, temperature and cooling-water throughput (water-cooled).
• The ambient temperature.
When delivered, the dryer is tested and fully assembled. The customer only needs to connect the device to the system
in accordance with the instructions in the following chapters.
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Exclusion from a field of application
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Note!
Improper use!
The device is intended for the separation of water in compressed air. The dried compressed air
cannot be used for breathing-air purposes and is not suitable for the direct contact with food.
This dryer is not suitable for the treatment of contaminated air or of air containing solids.
DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
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Operating instructions in accordance with the 97/23/EC Pressure Equipment Directive
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Operating instructions in accordance with the 97/23/EC Pressure Equipment Directive
The DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800 compressed-air refrigeration dryer contains pressure equipment in the sense of the
97/23/EC Pressure Equipment Directive. Therefore, the entire plant needs to be registered with the supervisory
authority if required in accordance with the local regulations.
For the examination prior to the start-up and for periodic inspections, the national regulations need to be observed,
such as the industrial safety regulation in the Federal Republic of Germany. In countries outside the EU, the respective
regulations in force there need to be adhered to.
The proper use of pressure devices is the basic requirement for safe operation. As regards pressure devices, the
following points need to be observed:






The DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800 compressed-air refrigeration dryer must only be employed within the pressure and
temperature range limits indicated by the manufacturer on the name plate.
No welding must be carried out on the pressure parts.
The DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800 compressed-air refrigeration dryer must neither be installed in insufficiently
ventilated rooms nor near heat sources or inflammable substances.
To avoid fractures resulting from material fatigue, the refrigeration dryer should not be exposed to vibrations during
operation.
The maximum operating pressure indicated by the manufacturer on the name plate must not be exceeded. It is the
installer's responsibility to install the appropriate safety and control devices. Prior to the start-up of the DRYPOINT®
RA 1080-8800 compressed-air refrigeration dryer, the connected pressure generator (compressor etc.) must be set
to the max. permissible operating pressure. The integrated safeguard needs to be checked by an approved
inspection agency.
The documents related to the DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800 compressed-air refrigeration dryer (manual, operating
instructions, manufacturer's declaration etc.) must be kept safe for future reference.

No objects whatsoever must be installed at or placed on the DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800 compressed-air
refrigeration dryer and the connecting lines.

Installation of the plant in frost-free places only.

Operation of the plant is only permissible with fully closed and intact housing and cover panels. Operation of the
plant with damaged housing/cover panels is prohibited.
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Transport
6
Transport
Check the packaging for visible loss or damage. If no visible damage can be ascertained, place the unit in close
proximity to the place of installation and unpack the device.
During this procedure, the dryer must always remain in an upright position. The components may be damaged when
the unit is tilted or turned upside down.
Store the device in a dry environment and do not expose it to extreme weather conditions.
Handle with care. Strong shocks can cause irreparable damage.
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Storage
SCC0001
Keep the device away from extreme weather conditions
even when packaged.
Keep the dryer in an upright position, also while it is
stored. Tilting the device or turning it upside down can
cause irreparable damage to some components.
When the dryer is not in use, it can be stored in its
packaging in a dust-free and protected place at a
temperature of up to max. 50°C and at a specific humidity
of max. 90%. If the storage period exceeds 12 months,
you should contact the manufacturer.
The packaging material is recyclable. Dispose of the material in accordance with the
directives and provisions in force in the country of destination
DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
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Installation
8
8.1
Installation
Place of installation
Note!
Ambient conditions!
In the event that the dryer is not installed under suitable ambient conditions, the ability of the device to
condense refrigerant gas is impaired. This can result in a higher load of the refrigerating compressor, and
in a loss of efficiency and performance of the dryer.
This in turn leads to overheated condenser fan motors, to malfunction of electric components and to a
breakdown of the dryer. Failures of this type will affect warranty considerations.
Do not install the dryer in an environment in which chemicals with a corrosive effect, explosive gases,
toxic gases, evaporation heat, high ambient temperatures or extreme dust and dirt can be found.
Minimum installation requirements:
• Choose an area which is clean and dry, free from dust and protected against atmospheric disturbances.
• The load-bearing zone must be even, horizontal and able to bear the weight of the dryer.
• Minimum ambient temperature +1°C.
• Maximum ambient temperature 50°C.
• Ensure a proper cooling air replacement.
• Allow a sufficient clearance on each side of the dryer for proper ventilation and to facilitate maintenance operations.
The dryer does not require attachment to the floor surface.
Do not obstruct the ventilation grille (not even partially).
Prevent any recirculation of the outgoing cooling air.
Protect the dryer against draughts.
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Installation
8.2
Installation plan
8
-AIN
7
OUT
3
4
5
9
1
2
9
9
6
9
8
-BIN
7
3
4
9
9
OUT
1
Air compressor
2
Aftercooler
3
Condensate separator
4
Prefilter
5
Bypass group
6
Dryer
7
Compressed-air tank
8
Final filter
9
BEKOMAT condensate drain
9
5
1
2
6
9
Installation type A is recommended when when the total consumption corresponds to the throughput rate of the
compressor.
Installation type B is recommended when the air consumption constantly varies, with peak values which considerably
exceed the throughput rate of the compressor. The storage capacity of the tank must be dimensioned in such a way
that a possible short-term high air demand (peak air consumption) can be compensated.
Do not obstruct the ventilation grille (not even partially).
Prevent any recirculation of the outgoing cooling air.
Protect the dryer against draughts.
Note!
Contaminated intake air!
In the event that the intake air is strongly contaminated (ISO 8573.1 class 3.-3 or poorer quality), we
recommend the additional installation of a prefilter (e.g. CLEARPOINT F040), to avoid clogging of the
heat exchanger.
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Installation
8.3
Correction factors
Correction factor for operating pressure modifications:
Air inlet pressure
bar(g)
4
5
Factor (F1)
0.77
0.86
6
0.93
7
1.00
Correction factor for ambient temperature modifications (air-cooling):
Ambient temperature
ºC
25
30
35
Factor (F2)
1.00
0.95
0.93
Correction factor for air inlet temperature modifications:
Air temperature
ºC
25
30
Factor (F3)
1.26
1.20
Correction factor for dew point modifications:
Pressure dew point
ºC
3
Factor (F4)
1.00
35
1.00
40
0.81
8
1.05
10
1.14
40
0.85
45
0.73
45
0.68
5
1.09
12
1.21
50
0.57
7
1.19
14
1.27
50
0.58
55
0.46
60
0.38
10
1.37
Calculation of the actual air throughput:
Actual air throughput = air throughput acc. to planning x factor (F1) x factor (F2) x factor (F3) x factor (F4)
Example:
The RA 3000 has a planned nominal capacity of 3,000 m³/h. The highest achievable air mass under the
following operating conditions is:
 Factor (F1) = 1.05
 Air inlet pressure = 8 bar(g)
 Factor (F2) = 0.95
 Ambient temperature = 30°C
 Factor (F3) = 0.81
 Air inlet temperature = 40°C
 Factor (F4) = 1.09
 Pressure dew point = 5°C
Every function parameter corresponds to a numerical factor which, multiplied by the planned nominal capacity,
determines the following:
Actual air throughput = 3,000 x 1.05 x 0.95 x 0.81 x 1.09 = 2,642 m³/h
2,642 m³/h is the maximum air mass of the dryer under the aforementioned operating conditions.
Selection of the best suitable model in accordance with the operating conditions:
Air throughput acc. to planning =
Required air throughput
factor (F1) x factor (F2) x factor (F3) x factor (F4)
Example:
The following operating parameters are known:





Required air mass = 2,500 m3/h
Air inlet pressure = 8 bar(g)
Ambient temperature = 30°C
Air inlet temperature = 40°C
Pressure dew point = 5°C
 Factor (F1) = 1.05
 Factor (F2) = 0.95
 Factor (F3) = 0.81
 Factor (F4) = 1.09
To find out the correct dryer version, the required air mass must be divided by the correction factors of the
parameters indicated above:
Air throughput acc. to planning=
2,500
1.05 x 0.95 x 0.81 x 1.09
= 2,839 m³/h
The suitable model for these requirements is DRYPOINT RA 3000 (with a specif. nominal capacity of 3,000 m³/h).
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8.4
Connection to the compressed-air system
Danger!
Compressed air!
All works must only be carried out by qualified skilled personnel.
Never work on compressed-air systems which are under pressure.
The operator or the user must ensure that the dryer is never operated with a pressure exceeding the
maximum pressure value indicated on the name plate.
Exceeding the maximum operating pressure can be dangerous for the operator but also for the device.
The air temperature and the air flow at the inlet of the dryer must lie within the limit values indicated on the name plate.
The connecting lines must be free from dust, iron rust, shards and other contaminations and correspond to the flow
rate of the dryer. Should air with a very high temperature be treated, the installation of an aftercooler may be
necessary. For the implementation of maintenance works, the installation of a bypass system is recommended.
The dryer was designed in such a manner that vibrations that may occur during operation are limited. Therefore, it is
advisable to employ connecting lines (flexible hoses, vibration-inhibiting fittings etc.) which protect the dryer against
possible vibrations in the pipework.
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8.5
Note!
Contaminated intake air!
In the event that the intake air is strongly contaminated (ISO 8573.1 class 3.-3) or poorer quality, we
recommend the additional installation of a prefilter (e.g. CLEARPOINT F040), to avoid clogging of the
heat exchanger.
Connection to the cooling-water network
Danger!
Compressed air and unqualified personnel!
All works must only be carried out by qualified skilled personnel.
Never work on compressed-air systems which are under pressure.
The user must ensure that the dryer is never operated with a pressure exceeding the nominal values.
Possible overpressure can be dangerous for the operator but also for the device.
The temperature and the amount of cooling water need to correspond to the limit values indicated on the name plate.
The cross-section of the connecting lines, which should preferably be flexible, must be free from dust, iron rust, shards
and other contaminations. We recommend employing connecting lines (flexible hoses, vibration-inhibiting fittings etc.)
which protect the dryer against possible vibrations in the pipework.
Note!
Contaminated intake water!
In the event that the intake water is strongly contaminated we recommend the additional installation of a
prefilter (500 micron), to avoid clogging of the heat exchanger.
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8.6
Minimum cooling-water requirements:
Note:
Temperature
15 … 30°C (1)
HCO3 / SO4
>1.0 mg/l or ppm
Pressure
3…10 bar(g) (2)
NH3
<2 mg/l or ppm
-
50 mg/l or ppm
Delivery pressure
> 3 bar (2) (3)
Cl
Total hardness
6.0…15 dH°
Cl2
0.5 mg/l or ppm
PH
7.5…9.0
H2S
<0.05 mg/l or ppm
Conductivity
10…500 μS/cm
CO2
<5 mg/l or ppm
Residual solids
<30 mg/l or ppm
NO3
<100 mg/l or ppm
Saturation mark SI
-0.2 < 0 < 0.2
Fe
<0.2 mg/l or ppm
HCO3
70…300 mg/l or ppm
Al
<0.2 mg/l or ppm
SO42-
<70 mg/l or ppm
Mn
<0.1 mg/l or ppm
(1) – Other temperatures upon request – check the data on the name plate.
(2) – Other pressures upon request – check the data on the name plate.
(3) – Pressure difference at the water connection of the dryer at maximum water flow.
Other delivery pressures upon request.
CAUTION!
During the piping of the dryer, the inlet and outlet connections need to be supported as is shown in the
illustration.
Non-observance will cause damage.
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8.7
Electrical connections
Danger!
Supply voltage!
The connection to the electric mains should only be carried out by qualified skilled personnel and must
correspond to the legal provisions in force in your region.
LGT0025
LGT0027
Prior to connecting the device, please check the name plate to avoid exceeding the indicated values. The voltage
tolerance is +/- 10%.
The installer is responsible for supplying and installing the power cable. Be sure to provide the proper fuses or
breakers based on the data information located on the nameplate.
RA 1080-2200
RA 2400-8800
The mains socket must be provided with a magnetothermal
differential circuit breaker (In=0.03A) which is adjusted on
the basis of the dryer's consumption (see nominal values
on the name plate of the dryer). The cross-section of the
power supply cables must correspond to the consumption
of the dryer. In this respect, the ambient temperature, the
cable laying conditions, the length of the cables and the
requirements of the local electricity supplier need to be
considered.
L1
L2
L3
PE
LGT0028
QS
CAUTION!
Please observe the direction of rotation of the compressor!
In this system, the direction of rotation of the compressor is supervised by a reverse-phase
protector (RPP).
When this guard is triggered, the DMC24 goes into alarm mode (the alarm LED flashes
and the
display of the DMC24 shows
and
). In the event that the compressor does not run, the
direction of rotation must be changed by interchanging two phases. These modifications must only be
carried out by a qualified electrician.
Do not by-pass the RPP protector: If the device is operated with the incorrect direction of
rotation, the compressor will fail immediately. This will void the guarantee.
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Danger!
Supply voltage and missing earth connection!
Important: ensure that the plant is connected to earth.
Do not use plug adapters at the power plug.
Possible replacement of the power plug must only be carried out by a qualified electrician.
8.8
Condensate drain
Danger!
Compressed air and condensate under pressure!
The condensate is discharged at system pressure.
The drain pipe needs to be secured.
Never direct the condensate drain pipe at persons.
The dryer is delivered with an already integrated electronically level-controlled BEKOMAT condensate drain. Connect
the condensate drain with a collection system or container by properly screwing it on.
Do not connect the drain with pressure plants.
Do not discharge the condensate into the environment.
The condensate accumulating in the dryer contains oil particles which were released into the air by the
compressor.
Dispose of the condensate in accordance with the local provisions.
It is advisable to install a water-oil separator, to which the total amount of condensate from the
compressors, dryers, tanks, filters etc. is supplied.
We recommend ÖWAMAT oil-water separators for dispersed compressor condensate and BEKOSPLIT
emulsion-splitting plants for emulsified condensate.
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9.1
Start-up
Preliminary stages
Note!
Exceeding of the operating parameters!
Ensure that the operating parameters comply with the nominal values indicated on the name plate of the
dryer (voltage, frequency, air pressure, air temperature, ambient temperature etc.).
Prior to delivery, this dryer was thoroughly tested, packed and checked. Please verify the soundness of the dryer
during the initial start-up and check the perfect functioning during the first operating hours.
The initial start-up must be carried out by qualified personnel.
During the installation and operation of this device, all national regulations regarding electronics and
any other federal and state ordinances, as well as local provisions, need to be adhered to.
The operator and the user must ensure that the dryer is not operated without panels.
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9.2
Initial start-up
Note!
The dryer must not be started up more than six times an hour. Wait at least five minutes prior to
every restart.
The user is responsible for the compliance with these provisions. Irreparable damage can be caused by
starting up the device too often.
The method below should be applied during the first start-up, after longer downtimes or subsequent to
maintenance works.
The start-up must be carried out by certified skilled personnel.
Processing sequence (observe Section 11.1 "Control panel")
 Ensure that all steps of the "Installation" chapter have been carried out.
 Ensure that the connection to the compressed-air system is in accordance with the provisions and that the lines are
fixed and supported properly.
 Ensure that the condensate drain pipe is fixed in accordance with the provisions and that it is connected with a
collection system or a container.
 Ensure that the bypass system (if available) is open and that the dryer is isolated.
 Ensure that the manual valve of the condensate outlet is open.
 Ensure that the cooling-water flow and the temperature are in accordance with the provisions (water-cooled).
 Remove any packaging material and other items which may block the space around the dryer.
 Switch on the main switch.
 Switch on the main switch on the control panel (pos. 1).
 The display of the DMC24 shows
.
 When the alarm LED flashes
and the display of the DMC24 shows
and
, the current phases
are not connected correctly. Change two of the three phases at the supply mains (see Section 8.7).
 Wait at least two hours before starting the dryer (the crankcase heater of the compressor needs to heat up the
compressor oil).
button for at least two seconds to start the dryer: If the compressor was out of operation for a
 Press the
sufficient period of time, it will start immediately. If this is not the case, the display shows the countdown of the
LED flashes (max. delay five minutes).
seconds until the compressor restarts and the
 Make sure that the consumption complies with the values of the name plate.
 Ensure that the direction of rotation of the fan corresponds to the arrows on the condenser (air-cooled).
 Wait until the dryer stabilises at the preset value.
 Slowly open the air inlet valve.
 Slowly open the air outlet valve.
 Slowly close the central bypass valve of the system (if installed).
 Check the pipes for air leakage.
 Ensure that the drain discharges at regular intervals – wait for the first interventions.
CAUTION!
Please observe the direction of rotation of the compressor!
In this system, the direction of rotation of the compressor is supervised by a reverse-phase
protector (RPP).
When this guard is triggered, the alarm will be activated at the DMC24 (the alarm LED flashes
and
the display of the DMC24 shows
and
). In the event that the compressor does not run, the
direction of rotation must be changed by interchanging two phases. These modifications must only be
carried out by a qualified electrician.
Do not by-pass the RPP protector: If the device is operated with the incorrect direction of rotation,
the compressor will fail immediately. This will void the guarantee.
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9.3
Start-up and shut down
During short-term shut down (max. two to three days), it is advisable to leave the dryer and the control
panel connected to the supply current circuit. Otherwise, it would be necessary at a restart of the dryer to
wait two hours, until the oil in the compressor has reached the specified operating temperature.
Start-up (see Section 11.1"Control panel")
 Make sure that the condenser is clean (air-cooled).
 Ensure that the cooling-water flow and the temperature are in accordance with the provisions (water-cooled).
 Display DMC24 shows
.
button for at least two seconds to start the dryer: If the compressor was out of operation for a
 Press the
sufficient period of time, it will start immediately. If this is not the case, the display shows the countdown of the
LED flashes (max. delay five minutes).
seconds until the compressar restarts and the
 Wait for several minutes and then check whether or not the dew point temperature which is indicated on the display
of the DMC24 electronics is correct and whether or not the condensate is discharged at regular intervals.
 Switch on the air compressor.
Shut down (see Section 11.1"Control panel")
 Ensure that the dew point temperature indicated on the DMC24 is within the permissible range.
 Shut down the air compressor.
 Switch the dryer off after several minutes by pressing the
display then shows
.
button on the DMC24 for at least two seconds. The
Dryer remote control ON/OFF
 See instructions in Section 11.15.7
Only use potential-free contacts that are suitable for low voltage. Ensure the sufficient insulation of
potentially dangerous voltage-carrying components.
CAUTION!
Automatic restart / remote control ON/OFF. The unit may start up without any active influence!
The user will be responsible for the installation of proper protections for possible sudden power
restoration to the dryer.
Note!
A dew point between 0°C and +10°C displayed on the control unit is considered to be correct according
to the possible operating conditions (flow rate, air inlet temperature, ambient temperature etc.).
During the operation, the refrigerating compressor runs continuously. The dryer needs to be switched on during the
entire compressed-air usage time, even if the compressed-air compressor works periodically.
Note!
The dryer must not be started up more than six times an hour. Wait at least five minutes prior to
every restart.
The user is responsible for the compliance with these provisions. Irreparable damage can be caused
when starting up the device too often.
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11 Technical description
11.1 Control panel
The control panel explained below is the only dryer user interface.
reset
log
info
ESC
set
T2
K
T4
T3
3
PQS0047
T1
1
Main switch
2
Electronic control unit DMC 24
3
Air and refrigerant-gas flow chart
11.2 Functional description
Operating principle – All dryer models described in this manual function according to the same principle. The hot and
moisture-loaded air is led into an air/air heat exchanger. Afterwards, the air flows through an evaporator, which is also
known as an air/refrigerant heat exchanger. The air temperature is reduced to approximately 2°C, so that water vapour
condenses to liquid. The continuously accumulating condensate is collected in the separator to be discharged via the
condensate drain. Subsequently, the cold and dry air is led through the air/air heat exchanger, so that it is reheated to
up to 8°C below the inlet temperature when leaving the dryer.
Refrigeration cycle – The refrigerant is conducted through the compressor and reaches a condenser under high
pressure. There, cooling-down takes place, making the refrigerant condense to a liquid state which is under high
pressure. The liquid is pressed through a capillary tube where the resulting pressure drop ensures that the refrigerant
evaporates at a defined temperature. The liquid refrigerant which is under low pressure is led into the heat exchanger,
where it expands. The cold resulting from the expansion serves to cool down the compressed air in the heat exchanger.
During this process, the refrigerant evaporates. The low-pressure gas is resupplied to the compressor, where it is
compressed again. It then re-enters the cycle. In phases of a reduced compressed-air load, the excess refrigerant is
resupplied automatically to the compressor via the hot gas bypass valve.
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11.3 Flow chart (air-cooled)
2
T2
P<
37
4
12.3
12.2
T3
P
P>
12.4
mA
T4
6
36
1a
25
8
7
1
9
M
1b
12.1
T1
11
20
10
DGF0105
1c
21
13
11.4 Flow chart (water-cooled)
P<
12.2
37
4
2
T2
12.3
12.4
T3
P
P>
mA
T4
6
36
1a
25
18
7
1
1b
19
12.1
T1
11
20
10
DGF0106
1c
21
13
1
Aluminium heat exchanger
12.1 T1 Temperature probe – Dew point
a – Air/air heat exchanger
12.2 T2 Temperature probe – Air IN
b – Air/refrigerant heat exchanger
12.3 T3 Temperature probe – Compressor suction
c – Condensate separator
12.4 T4 Temperature probe – Compressor discharge
2
Refrigerant pressure switch LPS (P<)
13
Condensate drain isolation valve
4
Refrigerant pressure switch HPS (P>)
18
Condenser (water-cooled)
6
Refrigerating compressor
19
Cooling-water regulating valve (water-cooled)
7
Hot-gas bypass valve
20
Liquid collector (RA 5400-8800 /AC & RA 1080-8800 /WC)
8
Condenser (air-cooled)
21
BEKOMAT condensate drain
9
Condenser fan (air-cooled)
25
Compressor crankcase heater
10
Filter dryer
36
Liquid separator
11
Capillary tube
37
Refrigerant pressure transducer BHP
Compressed-air flow direction
26
Refrigerant gas flow direction
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11.5 Refrigerating compressor
The employed refrigerating compressors are constructed by leading manufacturers. The hermetically sealed
construction is absolutely gastight. The integrated safeguard protects the compressor against overheating and excess
current. The protection is automatically reset as soon as the nominal conditions are reached again.
11.6 Condenser (air-cooled)
The condenser is the component in which the gas coming from the compressor is cooled down, condensed and
liquefied. Under no circumstances must the temperature of the ambient air exceed the nominal values. It is also
important that the condenser unit is kept free from dust and other impurities.
11.7 Condenser (water-cooled)
The condenser is the component in which the gas coming from the compressor is cooled-down, condensed and
liquefied.
The water inlet temperature must not exceed the nominal values. Likewise, a correct flow must be ensured. The water
entering the condenser must be free from impurities.
11.8 Cooling-water regulating valve
The cooling-water controller serves to keep the condensation pressure or the condensation temperature constant
during water cooling. When the dryer is switched off, the valve automatically blocks the cooling-water flow.
11.9 Filter dryer
Despite controlled vacuuming, traces of moisture can accumulate in the refrigeration cycle. The filter dryer serves to
absorb this moisture and to bond it.
11.10 Capillary tube
The capillary tube is a copper tube with a reduced diameter which is located between the condenser and the
evaporator, serving as a restrictor to reduce the pressure of the refrigerant. The pressure reduction serves to reach an
optimum temperature inside of the evaporator. The lower the outlet pressure at the capillary tube, the lower the
evaporation temperature.
The length and the inner diameter of the capillary tube are exactly dimensioned to ensure the performance of the
dryer. Settings or maintenance works are not required.
11.11 Aluminium heat exchanger
The heat exchanger module consists of an air/air heat exchanger, an air/refrigerant heat exchanger, and of a highperformance separator. The compressed air flows top-down through the heat exchanger. The large cross-sections of
the flow passages cause low flow rates and low compressed-air losses. In the air/air heat exchanger, the heat
exchange is effected in a reverse current. This guarantees maximum heat transfer. The heat transfer in the
air/refrigerant heat exchanger also takes place in a reverse current. This allows full evaporation of the refrigerant. The
high-performance separator ensures almost complete separation of the condensate. Maintenance of the highperformance separator is not required.
11.12 Hot-gas bypass valve
At partial load, the valve directly returns a part of the hot gas to the suction line of the refrigerating compressor. The
evaporation temperature and the evaporation pressure remain constant.
11.13 Refrigerant pressure switches LPS – HPS
To ensure the operational reliability and the protection of the dryer, a series of pressure switches are installed in the
gas cycle.
LPS :
Low-pressure appliance on the suction side of the compressor, which is triggered when the pressure dros
below the predetermined value. The values are reset automatically as soon as the nominal conditions are reestablished.
HPS :
The high-pressure appliance on the discharge side of the compressor is activated when the pressure exceeds
the predetermined value. The values are not reset automatically when the nominal conditions are reestablished. Reset takes place manually via a button on the appliance.
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11.14 Compressor crankcase heater
During a longer downtime, the oil can intermix with the refrigerant. Therefore, "hydraulic shocks" may occur during the
start-up of the compressor.
To prevent this, a heating resistor was installed in the housing of the compressor which maintains a corresponding oil
temperature when the control panel is switched on and the compressor is idle.
Note!
The heating resistor needs to be switched on at least two hours prior to the start-up of the refrigerant
compressor.
11.15 DMC 24 electronics (control unit compressed-air dryer)
reset
log
info
PQS0046
ESC
set
DISPLAY
LED
BUTTON
Compressor ON - green
ON
Drain ON – green
OFF
Fan 1st stage ON – green
Increase
nd
Fan 2 stage ON – green
Decrease
Service warning – orange
log
Log
Alarm – red
info
Info menu
Remote control active
ESC
Temperature in °C
info
set
reset
Temperature in °F
log
Test button condensate drain /
ESC
Instrument setting menu
Reset alarm and/or service
Pressure in bar(g)
Pressure in psi(g)
The DMC24 controls all operations, alarms and instrument settings of the dryer. The display and the LEDs indicate all
operating conditions.
The
LED shows that the compressor is ON.
Operation of the fans is indicated by the
and
LEDs.
During normal operation, the display shows the dew point temperature.
11.15.1 Switching the dryer on
When the unit is switched on, the display shows
The condensate drain test is always possible via the
.
ESC
button.
button for at least two seconds to start the dryer: If the compressor was out of operation for a
 Press the
sufficient period of time, it will start immediately. If this is not the case, the display shows the countdown of the
LED flashes (max. delay five minutes).
seconds until the compressor restarts and the
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11.15.2 Switching the dryer off
for at least two seconds from any menu. The display shows
Press
.
11.15.3 Indication of the operating parameters – Info menu
The Info menu shows the dynamic operating parameters of the dryer.
When the dryer is ON and you are not in other menus, press
info
for at least one second to access the Info menu.
(first parameter of the menu). Use the
Access to the Info menu is indicated on the display by the message
arrows to move to the next or previous point. Press info to have the value of the selected parameter
and
displayed. Press info again to return to the list of displayable parameters.
ESC
to leave the Info menu (if, after a period of two minutes, no button is pressed, the menu is exited
Press
automatically).
Info
Description
T1 – Temperature probe T1 – dew point
T2 – Temperature probe T2 – Air IN
T3 – Temperature probe T3 – Compressor suction
T4 – Temperature probe T4 – Compressor discharge
HP – Condensation pressure HP
HrS – Total number of operating hours
SrV – Hours to the next maintenance
Note:
The temperatures are indicated in °C or °F (LED
or
is on).
or
is on).
The pressure is indicated in bar(g) or psi(g)(LED
The total operating hours and the hours until the next maintenance are indicated in the field 0...999 hours,
and in thousand hours from 1.0 hours onwards (example: when the display shows 35, this means 35 hours
and when the display shows 3.5, this means 3,500 hours).
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11.15.4 Indication of a service warning
A service warning is an exceptional event and requires the attention of the operator/service technician. Such a warning
will usually not stop the dryer (unless a high dew point parameter was adjusted to stop the dryer).
When a service warning is active, the
LED flashes. When the service warning was automatically reset, it has been
stored and the
LED is continuously on.
In both cases the display shows the dew point temperature and the service warnings which are active or which are no
longer active but not yet reset.
Service warnings are not automatically reset (except for
which can be put on automatic reset).
reset
To RESET the service warning, simultaneously press the
log
buttons for three seconds. Only the stored service
warning will be reset. Service warnings which are still active continue to be indicated by the flashing
LED.
NOTE: the operator/service technician must check the dryer and eliminate the problem that led to the
activation of the service warning.
Service warning
Description
PF1 – Probe 1 failure: failure temperature probe 1
PF2 - Probe 2 failure: failure temperature probe 2
PF3 - Probe 3 failure: failure temperature probe 3
HdP – High dew point: dew point too high, higher than the adjusted HdA value.
LdP – Low dew point: dew point too low
Setting T1< -1°C (30°F) delay five minutes / reset T1> 0°C (32°F)
drn - Drain: failure condensate drain (opening of the DRN contact – if an electronically levelcontrolled condensate drain is installed – see electric diagram)
SrV - Service : maintenance service time expired SrV
dt – Outlet temperature: compressor outlet temperature (probe T4) outside the normal values
but within the safety limits
Setting T4> 90°C (194°F) delay three minutes / reset T4< 85°C (185°F)
HCP – High condensation pressure: condensation pressure (transformer HP) outside the
normal values but within the safety limits
Setting HP> 28barg (406psig) delay three minutes / reset HP< 25barg (363psig)
NOTE: when the dryer is switched on but no system pressure is applied, the
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11.15.5 Alarm indication
An alarm is an exceptional event which, to avert damage from to the machine and the operator, always leads to the
disconnection of the dryer.
When the alarm is active, the
LED flashes. When the alarm was not automatically reset, it is stored and the
LED is on (in any case, the dryer remains OFF).
When the
LED flashes, the
When the
LED is on, the
sequence on the display.
message and the active alarms will appear in sequence on the display.
message and the alarms which triggered and which need to be reset will appear in
reset
The alarms are not automatically reset. To RESET an alarm, the
LED needs to be on and the
must be pressed simultaneously for at least three seconds.
The dryer will not start automatically subsequent to the reset of the alarms.
log
buttons
NOTE: the operator/service technician must check the dryer and eliminate the problem that led to the
activation of the alarm.
Alarm
Description
HP – High pressure: the refrigerant high-pressure guard HPS has triggered (note: the pressure switch
has a reset button)
LP – Low pressure: the refrigerant low-pressure guard LPS has triggered
COn - Compressor: the compressor protection and/or the reverse-phase protector RPP have triggered
FAn - Fan: the fan protection has triggered
Hdt – High outlet temperature: compressor outlet temperature outside the safety limit
Setting T4> 100°C (212°F) delay one minute / reset T4< 90°C (194°F)
ICE - ICE / Icing: Temperature in the exchanger (probe T1) is too low and leads to icing of the
condensate.
Setting T1< -3°C (27°F) delay one minute / reset T1> 0°C (32°F)
LCP – Low condensation pressure: condensation pressure too low
PF4 – Probe 4 failure: failure probe 4
PFP – Probe pressure failure: failure condensation pressure transducer BHP
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11.15.6 Display of the alarm memory – log menu
The log menu includes a list of the last 10 alarms (only alarms, no service warnings). They appear in chronological
order (LIFO logic).
When the dryer is ON or OFF, and when you are not in another menu, press the
access the log menu.
log
button for at least one second to
The access to the log menu is confirmed on the display by the message
(L01) (first parameter of the menu).
and
arrows to move to the next or previous point (L01 … L10). Press log to have the selected log
Use the
value displayed. Alternatively, the parameter that triggered the alarm and the operating hours of the machine at the
moment of the alarm activation are indicated. Press log again to return to the log list.
ESC
to leave the log menu (if, after a period of two minutes, no button is pressed, the menu is exited
Press
automatically).
11.15.7 Control of the dryer via remote control
The DMC24 can easily be controlled via two digital inputs which are connected with terminals 1, 2 and 3 (see electric
diagram).
LED lights up and it is no
Close the contact between terminals 2 and 3 to enable the remote control. The
longer possible to switch the dryer on or off from the local control panel (the condensate drain test is possible and you
have access to the info and log menus).
When the contact between terminals 2 and 3 is closed, close the second contact between terminals 1 and 2 to switch
on the dryer. Open the contact between terminals 1 and 2 to switch off the dryer.
Only use potential-free contacts that are suitable for low voltage. Ensure the sufficient insulation of
potentially dangerous voltage-carrying components.
CAUTION!
Automatic restart / remote control ON/OFF. The unit may start up without any active influence!
The user will be responsible for the installation of proper protections for possible sudden power
restoration to the dryer.
11.15.8 Operation of the potential-free failure/alarm contact
The DMC24 is equipped with a potential-free contact to indicate failures or alarm conditions.
4
5
6
4
5
6
Dryer is switched on, no service warning and no alarm (active and not yet reset) indicated.
Dryer is off or a service warning or alarm (active and not yet reset) is indicated.
11.15.9 Connection to a serial line
The DMC24 can be connected to a serial monitoring line, a remote control or a notebook for the download of the alarm
log files (memory).
For further information, please contact your retailer or your service centre.
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11.15.10
How to change operating parameters – SETUP menu
The setup menu can be used to change the dryer’s operating parameters.
Only qualified personnel must be allowed to access to the setup menu. The manufacturer is not
responsible for malfunctioning or failure due to modification to the operating parameters.
With dryer ON or OFF and not in other menus, simultaneously press buttons
the setup menu.
Access to the info menu is confirmed by message
to move to following/previous one.
info
set
on the display (first parameter of menu). Use arrows
Keep info pressed to display the value of the selected parameter and use arrows
Release the button info to confirm the value and skip to following parameter.
Press
ESC
for at least 5 seconds to enter
and
and
to change the value.
to exit setup menu (if no button is pressed after 2 minutes the menu is exited automatically).
Limits
Resolution
Standard
setup
Ton – drain time ON : time ON condensate drain valve
00 = Electronic drainer installed
00 … 20 sec
1 sec
00
ToF - drain time OFF : pause time for condensate drain
valve
1 … 20 min
1 min
1
HdA - High DewPoint Alarm : Alarm threshold for a high
DewPoint (the alarm disappears when the temperature drop
1°C / 2°F below alarm point)
0.0…25.0 °C
or
32 … 77 °F
0.5 °C
or
1 °F
20
or
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Hdd - High DewPoint Delay : high DewPoint alarm enable
delay
01 … 20
minutes
1 min
15
HdS - High DewPoint alarm STOP : select if high DewPoint
alarm stops dryer (YES) or does not stop dryer (nO)
YES … nO
-
nO
0.0 … 9.0
(x 1000) hours
0.5
(x1000) hours
8.0
SCL - Scale: display scale of temperatures and pressure.
(Note : setting °C = temperature in °C and pressure in bar;
setting °F = temperature in °F and pressure in psi)
°C … °F
-
°C
AS - Auto Restart : automatic re-start at power supply.
YES = at power supply dryer starts up again automatically (if
it was ON)
nO = at power supply dryer is always OFF
YES … nO
-
nO
Ard - Auto Reset service drain : automatic reset of service
drain
YES = automatic reset at normal conditions
nO = manual reset required
YES … nO
-
YES
IPA - IP Address : selection of IP address to use in serial
connection line
1 … 255
1
1
ID
Description
SrV - Service Setting: setting of service warning timer.
00 = service warning timer disabled.
AS = YES - CAUTION THE DRYER MAY POWER UP WITHOUT BEING ACTED UPON.
THE USER WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE INSTALLATION OF PROPER PROTECTIONS FOR
POSSIBLE SUDDEN POWER RESTORATION TO THE DRYER.
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11.16 Electronically level-controlled BEKOMAT condensate drain
The electronically level-controlled BEKOMAT condensate drain boasts a special condensate management which
ensures that condensate is discharged safely and without an unnecessary loss of compressed air. This drain has a
condensate collection container in which a capacitive sensor continuously monitors the liquid level. As soon as the
switching level is reached, the capacitive sensor transmits a signal to the electronic control and a membrane solenoid
valve opens to discharge the condensate. The BEKOMAT closes before compressed air emerges.
Note!
These BEKOMAT condensate drains were designed in particular for the operation in a DRYPOINT RA
refrigeration dryer. The installation in other compressed-air processing systems or the replacement with
another drain brand can lead to malfunction. The maximum operating pressure (see name plate) must
not be exceeded!
Ensure that the upstream valve is open when the dryer starts operation.
To obtain detailed information regarding drain functions, troubleshooting, maintenance and
spare parts, please read the installation and operating instructions of the BEKOMAT condensate
drain.
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12 Maintenance, troubleshooting, spare parts and dismantling
12.1 Checks and maintenance
Certified skilled personnel
Installation works must exclusively be carried out by authorised and qualified skilled personnel. Prior to
undertaking any measures on the DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800 compressed-air refrigeration dryer, the
certified skilled personnel4 shall read up on the device by carefully studying the operating instructions.
The operator is responsible for the adherence to these provisions. The respective directives in force
apply to the qualification and expertise of the certified skilled personnel.
For safe operation, the device must only be installed and operated in accordance with the indications in
the operating instructions. In addition, the national and operational statutory provisions and safety
regulations, as well as the accident prevention regulations required for the respective case of
application, need to be observed during employment. This applies accordingly when accessories are
used
Danger!
Compressed air!
Risk of serious injury or death through contact with quickly or suddenly escaping compressed
air or through bursting and/or unsecured plant components.
Compressed air is a highly dangerous energy source.
Never work on the dryer when the system is under pressure.
Never direct the compressed-air outlet or condensate drain hoses at persons.
The user is responsible for the proper maintenance of the dryer. Non-observance of the instructions in
the "Installation" and "Maintenance, troubleshooting, spare parts and dismantling" chapters leads to the
expiration of the guarantee. Improper maintenance may result in dangerous situations for the personnel
and/or the device.
Danger!
Supply voltage!
Contact with non-insulated parts carrying supply voltage involves the risk of an electric shock
resulting in injuries and death.
Only qualified and skilled personnel are authorised to run electrically-operated devices. Prior to
undertaking maintenance measures at the device, the following requirements must be met:
Make sure that the power supply is switched off and that the device is off and marked for maintenance
measures. Please also ensure that the power supply cannot be re-established during the works.
Prior to carrying out maintenance works at the dryer, switch it off and wait for at least 30 minutes.
Caution!
Hot surfaces!
During operation, several components can reach surface temperatures of more than +60°C.
There is the risk of burns.
All components concerned are installed inside of the closed housing. The housing must only be opened
by certified skilled personnel.
Some components can reach high temperatures during operation. Avoid any contact until the system or
the component has cooled down.
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Certified skilled personnel are persons who are authorised by the manufacturer, with experience and technical training, who are
well-grounded in the respective provisions and laws and capable of carrying out the required works and of identifying and avoiding
any
risks
during
the
machine
transport,
installation,
operation
and
maintenance.
Qualified and authorised operators are persons who are instructed by the manufacturer regarding the handling of the refrigeration
system, with experience and technical training, and who are well-grounded in the respective provisions and laws.
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DAILY:
• Check whether the dew point indicated on the electronics is correct.
• Ensure that the condensate drain system functions properly.
• Make sure that the condenser is clean.
EVERY 200 HOURS OR MONTHLY
•
Clean the condenser using an air jet (max. 2 bar / 30 psig) inside out. Make
sure not to damage the aluminium lamellae of the cooling package.
•
Finally, verify the operation of the device.
EVERY 1,000 HOURS OR ANNUALLY
• Verify all screws, clamps and connections of the electric system to make sure that they are fastened
securely. Check the device for broken and ruptured cables or cables without insulation.
• Check the refrigeration cycle for signs of oil and refrigerant leaks.
• Measure the current strength and note it down. Ensure that the read values are within the permissible
limit values, as indicated in the specification table.
• Check the hose lines of the condensate drain and replace them, if required.
• Finally, verify the operation of the device.
EVERY 8,000 HOURS
• Replace BEKOMAT(S) Service Unit(s)
12.2 Troubleshooting
Certified skilled personnel
Installation works must exclusively be carried out by authorised and qualified skilled personnel. Prior to
undertaking any measures on the DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800 compressed-air refrigeration dryer, the
certified skilled personnel shall read up on the device by carefully studying the operating instructions.
The operator is responsible for the adherence to these provisions. The respective directives in force
apply to the qualification and expertise of the certified skilled personnel.
For safe operation, the device must only be installed and operated in accordance with the indications in
the operating instructions. In addition, the national and operational statutory provisions and safety
regulations, as well as the accident prevention regulations required for the respective case of
application, need to be observed during employment. This applies accordingly when accessories are
used.
Danger!
Compressed air!
Risk of serious injury or death through contact with quickly or suddenly escaping compressed
air or through bursting and/or unsecured plant components.
Compressed air is a highly dangerous energy source.
Never work on the dryer when the system is under pressure.
Never direct the compressed-air outlet or condensate drain hoses at persons.
The user is responsible for the proper maintenance of the dryer. Non-observance of the instructions in
the "Installation" and "Maintenance, troubleshooting, spare parts and dismantling" chapters leads to the
expiration of the guarantee. Improper maintenance may result in dangerous situations for the personnel
and/or the device.
Danger!
Supply voltage!
Contact with non-insulated parts carrying supply voltage involves the risk of an electric shock resulting
in injuries and death.
Only qualified and skilled personnel are authorised to run electrically-operated devices. Prior to
undertaking maintenance measures at the device, the following requirements must be met:
Make sure that the power supply is switched off and that the device is off and marked for maintenance
measures. Please also ensure that the power supply cannot be re-established during the works.
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Prior to carrying out maintenance works at the dryer, switch it off and wait for at least 30 minutes.
Caution!
Hot surfaces!
During operation, several components can reach surface temperatures of more than +60°C. There is
the risk of burns.
All components concerned are installed inside of the closed housing. The housing must only be opened
by certified skilled personnel.
Some components can reach high temperatures during operation. Avoid any contact until the system or
the component has cooled down.
FAULT
 The dryer does not
start.
 The refrigerating
compressor does
not work.
 The fan of the
condenser does not
work (air-cooled).
 Dew point too high
POSSIBLE REASON – SUGGESTED MEASURE
 Check the power supply.
 Check the electric cabling.
 Fuse breakdown (see FU1/FU2/FU4 in the electric diagram) in the auxiliary circuit –
replace it and check the proper operation of the dryer.




DMC24- The
LED is on – see the corresponding point.
The internal guard was activated – wait 30 minutes and then recheck.
Check the electric cabling.
DMC24- Internal delay of the device – the display shows the seconds prior to the startup.




DMC24- The
LED is on – see the corresponding point.
In the event that the compressor still does not work, replace it.
Check the electric cabling.
Power contactor of the fan is defective (see KV1/KV2 in the electric diagram) – replace
it.





DMC24- The
LED is on – see the corresponding point.
Refrigerant gas loss – contact a specialist for refrigerating plants.
In the event that the fan still does not work, replace it.
Dryer does not start up – see the corresponding paragraph.
The T1 dew point sensor does not record the temperature properly – ensure that the
sensor is pushed down to the bottom of the aluminium tube immersion sleeve.
The refrigerating compressor does not work – see the corresponding paragraph.
The room temperature is too high or the air change insufficient – ensure sufficient
ventilation (air-cooled).
The inlet air is too hot – re-establish the operating conditions indic.on the name plate.
The inlet air pressure is too low - re-establish the operating conditions indic.on the
name plate.
The inlet air throughput is higher than the throughput intended for operation – reduce
the throughput - re-establish the operating conditions indic.on the name plate.
The condenser is dirty – please clean it (air-cooled).
The fan does not work – see the corresponding paragraph (air-cooling).
The cooling water is too hot - re-establish the operating conditions indic.on the name
plate (water-cooled).
The cooling-water flow is insufficient - re-establish the operating conditions indic.on the
name plate (water-cooled).
The dryer does not discharge condensate – see the corresponding paragraph.
The hot-gas bypass valve needs to be re-adjusted – contact a specialist for refrigerating
plants to have the nominal calibration re-established.
Refrigerant gas loss – contact a specialist for refrigerating plants.












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 Dew point too low.
 The fan runs continuously – ensure perfect functioning of the fan power contactor (see


 Extreme pressure
drop in the dryer.
 The dryer does not
drain the
condensate.
 The dryer
continuously
discharges
condensate.
 Water in the line.
 The high-pressure
switch HPS has
triggered.














1.
2.
3.
4.
5.



 The LPS lowpressure switch was 
triggered.
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KV1/KV2 on the electric diagram) and/or of the pressure transducer (see BHP on the
electric diagram) – (air-cooled).
The ambient temperature is too low – re-establish the conditions indic.on the name
plate.
The hot-gas bypass valve needs to be re-adjusted – contact a specialist for
refrigerating plants to have the nominal calibration re-established.
The dryer does not discharge the condensate – see the corresponding paragraph.
The pressure dew point is too low – the condensate is frozen, therefore, air cannot
enter – see the corresponding paragraph.
Make sure that the connection hoses are not pinched off.
The system pressure is too low and condensate is not discharged – re-establish the
nominal conditions.
Valve for the condensate drainage is closed – open the valve.
Check the electric cabling.
Pressure dew point too low – the condensate is frozen – see the corresponding
paragraph.
BEKOMAT-discharge unit does not work properly (see BEKOMAT manual).
BEKOMAT discharge unit is dirty (see BEKOMAT manual).
The dryer does not start – see the corresponding section.
If installed: untreated air flows through the bypass group - close it.
The dryer does not drain condensate – see the corresponding paragraph.
The pressure dew point is too high – see the corresponding paragraph.
Check which of the following reasons is responsible for the triggering:
The room temperature is too high or the air change insufficient – ensure sufficient ventilation
(air-cooled).
The condenser is dirty – please clean it (air-cooled).
The fan does not work – see the corresponding paragraph (air-cooled).
The cooling water is too hot – re-establish the operating conditions indic. on the name plate
(water-cooled).
Cooling-water flow insufficient - re-establish the operating conditions indic. on the name
plate (water-cooled).
Re-adjust the high-pressure switch, press the corresponding push button - check the
dryer for proper operation/function.
The HPS pressure failed or is defective – contact a specialist for refrigerating plants –
replace the high-pressure switch.
Refrigerant gas loss – contact a specialist for refrigerating plants.
The low-pressure switch is automatically reset as soon as the nominal conditions are
re-established – check the dryer for proper functioning.
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 DMC24is on.
LED
 At a flashing
LED: one or more alarms are active and the display shows
and the active alarms. When the
LED is lit: one or more alarms need to be reset
and the display shows
and the alarms which are no longer active but which still
need to be reset.
 The alarms are indicated by the following messages:
1.
: HPS pressure switch triggered (refrigerant high pressure) because the
condensation pressure is too high – see the corresponding paragraph (NOTE: press
the reset button on the HPS pressure switch when the problem is eliminated).
2.
: LPS pressure switch triggered (low pressure) because the refrigerant pressure is
too low – see the corresponding paragraph.
3.
: Con – The electrical protection of the compressor has triggered (see Q1/QC1
on the electric diagram) – reset and check the perfect functioning of the dryer.
4.
: Con – during first startup - The main electrical connection of the compressor
are connected incorrectly (see RPP on the electric diagram) – change the direction of
rotation and interchange two phases. These modifications must only be carried out by
a qualified electrician. DO NOT AVOID THE RPP PROTECTION: If the device is
operated with the incorrect direction of rotation, the compressor will fail immediately.
This will void the guarantee.
5.
: Con – one phase of power supply of dryer is missing (see RPP on the electric
diagram) – restore the missing phase.
6.
: Con – Reverse Phase Protector (RPP) is faulty – replace it.
: Con – If installed – Thermal protection inside the compressor tripped (see MC1
7.
on wiring diagram) – wait 30 minutes and try again.
8.
: FAn – The electrical protection of the fan has triggered (see QV1 on the electric
diagram) – reset and check the perfect functioning of the dryer (air-cooled).
9.
: FAn – The thermal protection in the fan has triggered (see MF on the circuit
diagram – wait 30 minutes and retry (air-cooled).
10.
: Hdt – The outlet temperature protection of the compressor has triggered as a
result of a very high temperature (probe T4) – see the corresponding paragraph.
11.
: ICE – The temperature inside the exchanger (probe T1) is too low – the dew
point is too low – see the corresponding paragraph.
12.
: LCP – The condensation pressure is too low – see the corresponding
paragraph.
13.
: PF4 – Failure temperature probe T4 (compressor outlet) – check the electric
cabling and/or replace the probe.
14.
: PFP – Failure pressure transducer BHP (condensation pressure) – check the
electric cabling and/or replace the transformer.
NOTE: The alarms need to be reset when the problem is eliminated (simultaneously press
reset
the
 The DMC24LED is on.
buttons for three seconds).
log
 When the

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
LED flashes, one or more service warnings are active. When the
LED is lit: one or more service warnings need to be reset. The display shows the dew
point temperature and the service warning which is active or which is not yet reset.
The service warnings are indicated by the following messages:
: PF1 – Failure temperature probe T1 (dew point) – check the electric cabling
and/or replace the probe.
: PF2 – Failure temperature probe T2 (air IN) – check the electric cabling and/or
replace the probe.
: PF3 – Failure temperature probe T3 (compressor intake) – check the electric
cabling and/or replace the probe.
: Hdp – Dew point too high (higher than the adjusted alarm value) – see the
corresponding paragraph.
: Ldp – Dew point too low – see the corresponding paragraph.
: drn – The condensate drain does not work properly (condensate drain contact
open – if an electronic drain is installed) – see the corresponding paragraph.
: SrV - Service – maintenance notification time expired (parameter SrV) – carry
out the scheduled maintenance and reset the hour meter.
: dt – Compressor supply temperature too high (probe T4) – see the
corresponding paragraph.
: HCP – Condensation temperature too high – see the corresponding paragraph.
NOTE: The services need to be reset when the problem is eliminated (simultaneously
reset
press the
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 Compressor outlet
temperature too
high.
 Find out the reason for the fault:
 Condensation
pressure too high.
 Find out the reason for the fault:
 Condensation
pressure too low.
 Find out the reason for the fault:
1. Excessive thermal load – re-establish the nominal conditions.
2. The inlet air is too hot – re-establish the nominal conditions.
3. The ambient air temperature is too high or the room ventilation insufficient – ensure
sufficient ventilation.
4. The condenser is dirty – please clean it.
5. The fan does not work – see the corresponding section.
6. The fan runs continuously – ensure perfect functioning of the power contactor of the
fan (see KV1/KV2 on the electric diagram) and/or of the pressure transducer (see BHP
on the electric diagram) – (air-cooled).
7. The hot-gas bypass valve needs to be re-adjusted – contact a specialist to have the
nominal calibration re-established.
8. The temperature of the cooling water is too low – re-establish the nominal conditions
(water-cooled).
9. The adjusting valve for the cooling-water flow needs to be re-adjusted - contact a
specialist to have the nominal calibration re-established (water-cooled).
10. Refrigerant gas leak – contact a technician for refrigeration plants.
1. The ambient air temperature is too high or the air change insufficient in this area –
ensure sufficient ventilation (air-cooled).
2. The condenser filter is dirty – please clean or replace it (air-cooled).
3. The fan does not work – see the corresponding section (air-cooled).
4. The cooling water is too hot – re-establish the nominal conditions (water-cooled).
5. The cooling-water flow is insufficient – re-establish the nominal conditions (watercooled).
1. The fan runs continuously – ensure perfect functioning of the power contactor of the
fan (see KV1/KV2 on the electric diagram) and/or of the pressure transducer (see BHP
on the electric diagram).
2. The ambient temperature is too low – re-establish the nominal conditions.
3. Air flows through the condenser although the fan is switched off – protect the dryer
against wind or external air flows (not caused by the fan of the dryer).
4. The cooling-water temperature is too low – re-establish the nominal conditions (watercooled).
5. The adjusting valve for the cooling-water flow needs to be re-adjusted - contact a
technician for refrigeration plants to have the nominal calibration re-established (watercooled).
6. Refrigerant gas leak – contact a technician for refrigeration plants.
7. Compressor does not work – see specific point.
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12.3 Recommended spare parts
NOTE:
To order the recommended spare parts or other elements, the data on the name plate must be
indicated.
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12.4 Maintenance works at the refrigeration cycle
Caution!
Refrigerant!
Maintenance and repair works at refrigeration systems must only be carried out by BEKO service
technicians in accordance with the local provisions.
The total amount of refrigerant in the system must be collected for recycling purposes, resource recovery
or disposal.
The refrigerant must not be discharged into the environment.
When delivered, the dryer is ready to operate and filled with a refrigerant of the R407C type.
Should you detect a refrigerant leak, please contact a BEKO service technician. Prior to any intervention,
the room needs to be ventilated.
When the refrigeration cycle needs to be refilled, please also contact a BEKO service technician.
You will find the refrigerant type and amount on the name plate of the dryer.
Properties of the refrigerant used:
Refrigerant
Chemical formula
MIK
GWP
R407C - HFC
R32/125/134a (23/25/52)
CHF2CF3/CH2F2/CH2FCF3
1000 ppm
1653
12.5 Dismantling the dryer
When the dryer is dismantled, all parts and operating materials related to the plant need to be disposed of separately.
Component
Material
Refrigerant
Roof and supports
Refrigerating compressor
Aluminium heat exchanger
Condenser unit
Pipe
Fan
Valve
BEKOMAT condensate drain
Insulant
Electric cable
Electric parts
R407C, oil
Structural steel, epoxy paint coat
Steel, copper, aluminium, oil
Aluminium
Aluminium, copper, structural steel
Copper
Aluminium, copper, steel
Brass, steel
PVC, aluminium, steel
Synthetic rubber without CFCs, polystyrene, polyurethane
Copper, PVC
PVC, copper, brass
We recommend observing the safety provisions in force for the disposal of each material type.
The refrigerant contains lubricating-oil droplets which are released by the compressor.
The refrigerant must not be discharged into the environment. It must to be sucked off from the dryer
using a suitable device, and then needs to be supplied to a collection point.
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13 Appendices
13.1 Dryer dimensions
13.1.1 Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 1080-2200
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13.1.2 Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 2400-4400
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13.1.3 Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 5400-6600
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13.1.4 Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 7200-8800
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13.2 Exploded diagrams
13.2.1 Components of the exploded diagrams
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1
1.1
2
4
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
17
18
19
20
Aluminium heat exchanger
Insulation material
Refrigerant pressure switch LPS
Refrigerant pressure switch HPS
Compressor
Hot-gas bypass valve
Condenser (air-cooled)
Condenser fan
Filter dryer
Capillary tube
T1 temperature probe (dew point)
Condensate drain service valve
Air dryer control
Condenser (water-cooled)
Condenser water-regulating valve (water-cooled)
Refrigerant reservoir (water-cooled)
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37
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
65
66
81
83
Liquid separator
Refrigerant pressure transducer
Front panel
Back plate
Right sidewall
Left sidewall
Cover
Base plate
Upper plate
Carrier support
Support bracket
Control panel
Condenser filter
QE door
Adhesive label flow chart
Refrigerant service valve – high pressure
21
BEKOMAT drain
84 Refrigerant service valve – low pressure
22
Main switch
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13.2.3 Exploded diagram DRYPOINT RA 2400-4400 / AC
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13.2.4 Exploded diagram DRYPOINT RA 5400-6600 / AC
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13.2.5 Exploded diagram DRYPOINT RA 7200-8800 / AC
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13.2.6 Exploded diagram DRYPOINT RA 1080-2200 / WC
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13.2.7 Exploded diagram DRYPOINT RA 2400-4400 / WC
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13.2.8 Exploded diagram DRYPOINT RA 5400-6600 / WC
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13.2.9 Exploded diagram DRYPOINT RA 7200-8800 / WC
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13.3 Electric diagrams
13.3.1 Electric diagrams – list of components
MC
:
Compressor
MV
:
Condenser fan
DMC24RU
:
DMC24 display module – air dryer control
DMC24MA
:
DMC24 main module – air dryer control
BT1
:
T1 Temperature probe – dew point
BT2
:
T2 Temperature probe – air IN
BT3
:
T3 Temperature probe – compressor suction
BT4
:
T4 Temperature probe – compressor discharge
BHP
:
Refrigerant pressure transducer
HPS
:
Pressure switch – compressor discharge side (HIGH PRESSURE)
LPS
:
Pressure switch – compressor suction side (LOW PRESSURE)
ELD
:
BEKOMAT drain
EVD
:
Time-controlled drain (not used)
QS
:
Main switch with locking device
RC
:
Compressor crankcase heater
NT1
:
Only air-cooled
NT2
:
Check the transformer connections with regard to the supply voltage
NT3
:
Jump, if not installed
NT4
:
Provided and cabled by the customer
NT5
:
Internal control
NT6
:
Time-controlled drain outlet (not used)
NT7
:
Only water-cooled
BN
BU
BK
YG
DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
=
=
=
=
BROWN
BLUE
BLACK
YELLOW/GREEN
OR
RD
WH
WH/BK
=
=
=
=
ORANGE
RED
WHITE
WHITE/BLACK
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58
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(*) See dryer nameplate
3/400V/50Hz+PE (*)
OR
3/460V/60Hz+PE (*)
FUSE MAX 16 A
RCD Id 0.03A suggested
Smin 2.5sqmm/14AWG
0
QS
2
Q1
[2-1]
KC1
V
4
3
6
5
W
MC1
M
3
U
2
1
3
[2-6]
[2-6]
11 12 14
L1 L2 L3
U1
V1
W1
RPP
4
TK
MV1
[2-7]
TK
M
3
W2
U2
V2
[2-3]
KV2
2
1
4
3
5
6
5
[2-2]
KV1
2
1
4
3
6
6
5
8
B
[2-1]
KC1
RC
12
11
TF
9
Sheet
01 of 03
01
Note :
Rev.
Drawing no. :
BKRA5478QCD001
Technical modifications are subject to change without notice; errors not excluded.
FU3
A
FU1-2
FU4
3/460V/60Hz+PE
3/400V/50Hz+PE
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B
A
11
21
[2-1]
[2-4]
1
3
5
11
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[1-9]
27
BT1
DEWPOINT TEMP.
2
[1-3]
4
[1-3]
6
[1-3]
12
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14
12
24
22
A2
A2
24
A1
[2-0]
KHP
21
9
K
28
KC1
A
13
29
A1
15
14
mA
P
BHP
KHP
P
HPS
A1
I
12
25
NU
24
2
[1-6]
4
[1-6]
6
[1-6]
12
A2
KV1
1
3
5
11
26
AIR IN TEMP.
BT2 BT3
A1
II
11
22
NU
2
[1-5]
4
[1-5]
6
[1-5]
12
A2
KV2
1
3
5
11
23
BT4
3
21
T
10
[2-0]
KHP
20
14
11
4
8
ZL
P
7
19
LPS
5
A
[1-4]
RPP
Q1
[1-3]
2.3
2.4
L
N
3.1
3.2
3.1
3.2
2
L
N
1
2.3
DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
2.4
0
17
1
2
MV1
7
3
5
6
5
6
4
5
6
Alarm
NO Alarm
or
and
Power ON Power OFF
4
4
J2
EXP
MAX 2A - 48V
16
[2-6]
[2-6]
8
A B
J3-RS485
J1
DISPLAY
DMC24RU
9
Sheet
02
of
03
01
Note :
Rev.
Drawing no. :
BKRA5478QCD001
Technical modifications are subject to change without notice; errors not excluded.
[2-8]
ELD
[2-8]
DMC24MA
18
14
11
14
13
6
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HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
ELD
RC
TERMINAL
LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
MV1
WIRE
FAN THERMAL PROTECTION
LPS
024
12
1
2
BEKOMAT
HPS
CDI
DI2
3
4
2
CDI
DI4
5
6
1
UDT
00
7
8
UKK 5
024
00
DR1
DR2
CDI
DI5
9
10
11
12
13
14
UKK 5
00
10
RC1
RC2
COMPRESSOR CRANKCASE HEATER
60
TERMINAL
TYPE
0
3
4
5
6
L1 L2 L3
PE
8
9
Sheet
03
of
03
01
Note :
Rev.
Drawing no. :
BKRA5478QCD001
Technical modifications are subject to change without notice; errors not excluded.
7
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13.3.4 Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 1080-2200- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 3/3
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(*) See dryer nameplate
3/400V/50Hz+PE (*)
OR
3/460V/60Hz+PE (*)
FUSE MAX 32 A
RCD Id 0.03A suggested
Smin 6sqmm/10AWG
0
QS
2
[2-1]
KC1
QC1
4
3
6
5
W/T3
MC1
M
3
U/T1 V/T2
2
1
3
[2-6]
[2-6]
11 12 14
L1 L2 L3
4
RPP
MV2
MV1
[2-1]
KV0
5
U1
V1
W1
U1
V1
W1
[2-3]
TK
TK
[2-8]
TK
M
3
[2-7]
TK
M
3
W2
U2
V2
W2
U2
V2
KV2
QV1
6
[2-2]
KV1
FU3
FU4
3/460V/60Hz+PE
A
FU1-2
8
B
[2-1]
KC1
RC
12
11
TF
9
Sheet
01 of 04
01
Note :
Rev.
Drawing no. :
BKRA5478QCD002
Technical modifications are subject to change without notice; errors not excluded.
[2-7]
3/400V/50Hz+PE
7
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13.3.5 Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 2400-4400- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 1/4
61
[2-4]
[2-1]
N.U.
2
[1-5]
4
[1-5]
6
[1-5]
12
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1
3
5
11
1
3
5
11
2
[1-9]
25
I
A1
12
23
1
3
5
11
N.U.
22
BT4
2
[1-7]
4
[1-7]
6
[1-7]
12
A2
KV1
24
BT2 BT3
2
[1-3]
4
[1-3]
6
[1-3]
12
A2
A2
11
A2
14
12
24
22
A1
24
21
9
K
26
KC1
[2-0]
KHP
27
A1
28
KV0
A
13
29
BT1
A1
15
14
mA
P
BHP
DEWPOINT TEMP.
KHP
P
HPS
1
AIR IN TEMP.
62
B
A
0
3
1
3
5
11
N.U.
2
[1-6]
4
[1-6]
6
[1-6]
12
A2
KV2
A1
II
11
21
[2-0]
KHP
T
10
20
14
11
4
00
A
8
ZL
P
A1
7
21
11
A2
KDR
14
12
24
22
19
LPS
5
[3-2]
[3-0]
[1-4]
RPP
[1-3]
QC1
18
14
11
14
13
6
2
3
17
6
5
6
4
5
6
J2
EXP
NO Alarm
Alarm
or
and
Power ON Power OFF
4
5
16
[3-4]
[3-1]
MAX 2A - 48V
4
MV2
8
A B
J3-RS485
J1
DISPLAY
DMC24
9
Sheet
02
of
04
01
Note :
Rev.
Drawing no. :
BKRA5478QCD002
Technical modifications are subject to change without notice; errors not excluded.
1
MV1
14
13
DMC24MA
[1-5]
QV1
7
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13.3.6 Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 2400-4400- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 2/4
DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
B
[2-5]
11
14
1.3
3.2
3.1
N
L
1
2.4
2.3
[2-8]
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KDR
A
0
ELD1
[2-5]
KDR
2
22
24
1.3
3.2
3.1
3
1.2
1.1
[2-8]
2.4
2.3
ELD2
4
5
6
8
9
Sheet
03
of
04
01
Note :
Rev.
Drawing no. :
BKRA5478QCD002
Technical modifications are subject to change without notice; errors not excluded.
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ELD2
DI4
7
8
MV2
UDT
00
9
10
UKK 5
1
ELD1
MV1
TERMINAL
LPS
024
12
1
2
WIRE
HPS
CDI
DI2
3
4
024
00
31
32
CDI
11
12
13
14
15
16
TERMINAL
TYPE
35
5
6
024
00
33
34
DI5
17
18
19
20
21
22
0
HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
FAN THERMAL PROTECTION
FAN THERMAL PROTECTION
2
BEKOMAT
3
BEKOMAT
00
10
RC1
RC2
RC
COMPRESSOR CRANKCASE HEATER
64
UKK 5
4
5
6
Sheet
01
Note :
Rev.
04
9
Drawing no. :
8
BKRA5478QCD002
of
04
Technical modifications are subject to change without notice; errors not excluded.
7
L1
L2
L3
PE
13.3.8 Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 2400-4400- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 4/4
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(*) See dryer nameplate
3/400V/50Hz+PE (*)
OR
3/460V/60Hz+PE (*)
FUSE MAX 63A
RCD Id 0.03A suggested
Smin 16sqmm/6AWG
0
QS
2
[3-2]
KC1
QC1
4
3
U/T1 V/T2
M
3
[3-6]
11 12 14
L1 L2 L3
RPP
MC1
TK
W/T3
6
5
[3-6]
4
[3-6]
TK
M
3
U/T1 V/T2
2
1
3
W/T3
[3-6]
L N S1 S2 M1M2
L1 L2 L3
5
6
8
B
[3-2]
KC1
RC
12
11
TF
9
[2-0]
Sheet
01 of 06
00
Note :
Rev.
Drawing no. :
BKRA5478QCD003
Technical modifications are subject to change without notice; errors not excluded.
FU3
A
FU1-2
FU4
3/460V/60Hz+PE
3/400V/50Hz+PE
7
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65
[1-9]
66
MV2
MV1
[3-1]
KV0
1
U1
V1
W1
U1
V1
W1
[3-3]
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TK
TK
[3-7]
TK
M
3
[3-7]
TK
M
3
W2
U2
V2
W2
U2
V2
KV2
QV1
BEKO TECHNOLOGIES GMBH
0
2
[3-7]
[3-2]
KV1
3
MV4
MV3
4
U1
V1
W1
U1
V1
W1
TK
TK
[3-8]
TK
M
3
[3-8]
TK
M
3
V2
W2
U2
V2
W2
U2
5
6
8
9
Sheet
02
of
06
00
Note :
Rev.
Drawing no. :
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Technical modifications are subject to change without notice; errors not excluded.
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13.3.10 Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 5400-8800- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 2/6
DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
B
A
[3-2]
N.U.
2
[2-1]
4
[2-1]
6
[2-1]
12
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21
1
3
5
11
1
3
5
11
2
COMPRES. SUCTION TEMP.
[1-9]
25
A1
12
I
23
1
3
5
11
N.U.
22
BT4
COMPRES. DISCHARGE TEMP.
2
[2-3]
4
[2-3]
6
[2-3]
12
A2
KV1
24
BT2 BT3
AIR IN TEMP.
2
[1-3]
4
[1-3]
6
[1-3]
12
A2
A2
11
A2
14
12
24
22
A1
24
21
9
K
26
KC1
[2-0]
KHP
27
A1
[3-4]
28
KV0
A
13
29
A1
15
14
mA
P
BT1
BHP
KHP
P
HPS
CONDENSING PRESS.
1
DEWPOINT TEMP.
0
3
1
3
5
11
N.U.
2
[2-2]
4
[2-2]
6
[2-2]
12
A2
KV2
A1
II
11
21
[3-0]
KHP
T
10
20
14
11
4
00
A
8
ZL
P
19
5
1
6
2
7
3
8
4
12
11
10
9
A2
KDR
A1
7
LPS
5
[4-7]
[4-5]
[4-2]
[4-0]
[1-4]
RPP
[1-3]
QC1
18
MC1
14
11
14
13
6
2
3
6
5
6
4
5
6
Alarm
NO Alarm
or
and
Power ON Power OFF
4
5
16
[4-8]
[4-1]
MAX 2A - 48V
4
17
MV4
MV3
8
A B
J3-RS485
J2
J1
EXP DISPLAY
DMC24
9
Sheet
03
of
06
00
Note :
Rev.
Drawing no. :
BKRA5478QCD003
Technical modifications are subject to change without notice; errors not excluded.
1
MV2
MV1
14
13
DMC24MA
[1-5]
QV1
7
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68
B
[3-5]
5
9
1.3
3.2
3.1
N
L
1
2.4
2.3
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KDR
A
0
ELD1
[3-5]
KDR
2
6
10
1.3
3.2
3.1
3
1.2
1.1
2.4
2.3
ELD2
4
[3-5]
KDR
7
11
5
1.3
3.2
3.1
N
L
2.4
2.3
6
8
12
1.3
3.2
3.1
1.2
1.1
8
2.4
2.3
[3-8]
ELD4
9
Sheet
04
of
06
00
Note :
Rev.
Drawing no. :
BKRA5478QCD003
Technical modifications are subject to change without notice; errors not excluded.
ELD3
[3-5]
KDR
7
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MV2
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MC1 MV1
TERMINAL
LPS
024
12
1
2
WIRE
HPS
CDI
DI2
3
4
TERMINAL
TYPE
15
DI3
5
6
7
8
UKK 5
35
1
9
10
RC
Sheet
M
3
M
3
MVV4 RA7200-8800 ONLY
05
9
00
MC1
Note :
DI4
13
14
UKK 5
8
Rev.
UDT
00
15
16
UKK 5
7
Drawing no. :
024
00
41
42
CDI
17
18
19
20
21
22
6
BKRA5478QCD003
ELD2
024
00
43
44
23
24
25
26
27
28
5
of
06
Technical modifications are subject to change without notice; errors not excluded.
MV3
MV4
MV1
MV2
ELD4
ELD3
024
00
45
46
29
30
31
32
33
34
MV4
024
00
47
48
DI5
35
36
37
38
39
40
4
00
10
RC1
RC2
3
00
230
00
230
ELD1
MV3
11
12
R3
S3
T3
R4
S4
T4
U1.1
V1.1
W1.1
W2.1
U2.1
V2.1
2
RA8800 ONLY
2x FAN MOTOR
0
HIGH PRESSURE SWITCH
LOW PRESSURE SWITCH
COMPRESSOR THERMAL PROTECTION
RA8800 ONLY
FAN THERMAL PROTECTION
FAN THERMAL PROTECTION
FAN THERMAL PROTECTION
FAN THERMAL PROTECTION
BEKOMAT
BEKOMAT
BEKOMAT
BEKOMAT
R3
S3
T3
R4
S4
T4
U1.2
V1.2
W1.2
W2.2
U2.2
V2.2
COMPRESSOR CRANKCASE HEATER
COMPRESSOR THERMAL PROTECTION SUPPLY
2x FAN MOTOR
DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
13.3.13 Electric diagrams DRYPOINT RA 5400-8800- Electronic control unit DMC 24 Sheet 5/6
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2
3
4
5
6
8
9
Sheet
06
of
06
00
Note :
Rev.
Drawing no. :
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Technical modifications are subject to change without notice; errors not excluded.
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DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
Declaration of conformity CE
14 Declaration of conformity CE
DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
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Declaration of conformity CE
74
DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
A H Advice, safety instructions ................................... 5
Appendices .................................................. 44; 73
Heat exchanger.................................................. 27
Heating resistor compressor housing (DRYPOINT RA
1080-8800)..................................................... 28
Hot-gas bypass valve......................................... 27
B BEKOMAT ......................................................... 34
C Capillary tube ..................................................... 27
Certified skilled personnel .............................. 8; 36
Circuit diagrams57; 58; 59; 60; 61; 62; 63; 64; 65; 66;
67; 68; 69; 70
Components of the exploded diagrams ............. 48
Condensate drain............................................... 20
Condenser ......................................................... 27
Connection to the compressed-air system ........ 17
Connection to the cooling-water network........... 17
Contaminated intake air ..................................... 15
Control panel ...................................................... 25
Cooling-water regulating valve .......................... 27
Correction factors............................................... 16
D Danger compressed air.................. 8; 9; 35; 36; 37
Danger supply voltage ............................. 8; 35; 36
Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 1080-2200 ............ 44
Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 2400-4400 ............ 45
Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 5400-6600 ............ 46
Dimensions DRYPOINT RA 7200-8800 ............ 47
Dismantling ........................................................ 35
Dismantling the dryer ......................................... 43
DMC 24 electronics............................................ 28
Dryer dimensions ............................................... 44
E Electrical connections ........................................ 19
Exclusion from a field of application .................. 11
Exclusion of a field of application....................... 11
Exploded diagrams .................... 48; 49; 50; 51; 52
F Field of application ............................................. 11
Filter dryer .......................................................... 27
Flow chart .......................................................... 26
Functional description ........................................ 25
DRYPOINT® RA 1080-8800
I Initial start-up ..................................................... 21
Installation .......................................................... 14
Installation plan .................................................. 15
M Maintenance ...................................................... 35
Maintenance works at the refrigeration cycle .... 43
Minimum installation requirements .................... 14
N Name plate........................................................... 5
O Overview of the safety instructions ...................... 8
P Place of installation ............................................ 14
Pressure Equipment Directive ........................... 12
Proper use ......................................................... 11
R Recommended spare parts ............................... 41
Refrigerant pressure switches ........................... 27
Refrigerating compressor .................................. 27
S Safety instructions............................................ 5; 8
Safety pictograms in accordance with DIN 4844 . 6
Spare parts .................................................. 35; 41
Start-up .............................................................. 20
Storage .............................................................. 13
T Technical data.............................................. 23; 24
Technical description ......................................... 25
Transport............................................................ 13
Troubleshooting ................................................. 35
U Unauthorised intervention .................................. 10
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BEKO TECHNOLOGIES S.à.r.l.
Deutschland / Germany
BEKO TECHNOLOGIES GMBH
Rm.606 Tomson Commercial Building
1 Rue des Frères Rémy
Im Taubental 7
710 Dongfang Rd.
F- 57200 Sarreguemines
D-41468 Neuss
Pudong Shanghai China
Phone: +33 387 283 800
Phone: +49 (0)2131 988 0
P.C. 200122
Info.fr@beko.de
beko@beko.de
Phone: +86 21 508 158 85
Zone Industrielle
beko@beko.cn
India
Italia / Italy
日本 / Japan
BEKO COMPRESSED AIR
TECHNOLOGIES Pvt. Ltd.
BEKO TECHNOLOGIES S.r.l
BEKO TECHNOLOGIES K.K
Via Peano 86/88
Plot No.43/1, CIEEP, Gandhi Nagar,
KEIHIN THINK 8 Floor
I - 10040 Leinì (TO)
Balanagar, Hyderabad - 500 037, INDIA
1-1 Minamiwatarida-machi
Phone: +39 011 4500 576
Phone: +91 40 23080275
Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki-shi
info.it@beko.de
JP-210-0855
eric.purushotham@bekoindia.com
Phone: +81 44 328 76 01
info@beko-technologies.co.jp
Benelux
Polska / Poland
Scandinavia
BEKO TECHNOLOGIES B.V.
BEKO TECHNOLOGIES Sp. z o.o.
BEKO TECHNOLOGIES AB
Veenen 12
ul. Chłapowskiego 47
Industrivägen 39
NL - 4703 RB Roosendaal
PL-02-787 Warszawa
S-43361 Sävedalen
Phone: +31 165 320 300
Phone: +48 (0)22 855 30 95
Phone: +46 31 26 35 00
info@beko.nl
info.pl@beko.de
aleksander.suven@beko.de
España / Spain
South East Asia
臺灣 / Taiwan
BEKO Tecnológica España S.L.
BEKO TECHNOLOGIES Co.,Ltd
Polígono Industrial "Armenteres"
BEKO TECHNOLOGIES S.E.Asia
(Thailand) Ltd.
C./Primer de Maig, no.6
75/323 Romklao Road
E-08980 Sant Feliu de Llobregat
Sansab, Minburi
Phone: +34 93 632 76 68
Bangkok 10510
info.es@beko.de
Thailand
Phone: +66 (0) 2-918-2477
BEKO-info@beko-seasia.com
16F.-5, No.79, Sec. 1,
Xintai 5th Rd., Xizhi Dist.,
New Taipei City 221,
Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Phone: +886 2 8698 3998
info@beko.com.tw
Česká Republika / Czech Republic
United Kingdom
USA
BEKO TECHNOLOGIES s.r.o.
BEKO TECHNOLOGIES LTD.
BEKO TECHNOLOGIES CORP.
Mlýnská 1392
2 West Court
900 Great SW Parkway
CZ - 562 01 Usti nad Orlici
Buntsford Park Road
US - Atlanta, GA 30336
Phone: +420 465 52 12 51
Bromsgrove
Phone: +1 (404) 924-6900
info.cz@beko.de
GB-Worcestershire B60 3DX
beko@bekousa.com
Phone: +44 1527 575 778
Info.uk@beko.de
Original operating instructions in English.
Subject to technical changes / errors excepted.
DRYPOINT_RA_1080-8800_manual_en_2012_09.doc