S.S. LB-80 User Manual Installation Instructions

S.S. LB-80 User Manual Installation Instructions
User Manual
& Installation Instruction
S.S. LB-80
IMPORTANT – READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATING
All steam boilers are built in accordance with ASME miniature boiler code.
NOTE: It is the responsibility of the installer to conform to any state or local codes. If
further inspection, following modification by installer, is required under state or local
codes, that is the responsibility of the local installer.
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WARNING - The following labels have been placed on this boiler for YOUR SAFETY. Failure
to observe these instructions could lead to PROPERTY DAMAGE, SEVERE INJURY, or
even DEATH
CAU T ION
HO T
DANGER
HIGH VOLTAGE
AUTHORIZED
PERSONNEL
ONLY
PELIGRO
ALTO VOLTAJE
SOLAMENTE
PERSONAL
AUTORIZADO
REPLACE GLASS
EVERY SIX MONTHS
CAUTION USE ELECTRICAL
SUPPLY CONDUCTORS RATED
FOR A MINIMUM OF 90°C
CA U T I O N
THROW OFF MAIN
POWER SWITCH
BEFORE WORKING ON
ELECTRICAL CABINET
A MANUAL WAS SHIPPED WITH THIS
BOILER. IT IS IMPORTANT THAT YOU
READ, UNDERSTAND, AND OPERATE
THIS STEAM GENERATOR IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED IN THE
MANUAL. IF FOR ANY REASON YOU
DO NOT HAVE A MANUAL, CALL
ELECRTO-STEAM AT 800-634-8177
RETIGHTEN SIGHT GLASS
BEFORE USE
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AROUND UNIT NOT TO
EXCEED 105° F
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.) INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS .................................................................... 4
2.) OPERATION & SEQUENCE OF EVENTS ..................................................... 5
3.) CLEANING & MAINTENANCE .................................................................... 6-13
MANUAL “BLOW DOWN” ..................................................................................... 6
CLEANING WATER LEVEL PROBES ............................................................... 6-7
CLEANING OR REPLACING HEATERS ............................................................... 7
REPLACING GLASS GAUGE AND GLASS PACKINGS ..................................... 8
CHAMBER CLEANING & CHEMICAL TREATMENT .................................. 9-10
PRESSURE CONTROL DATA SHEET ................................................................. 11
SETTING THE PRESSURE CONTROLS ....................................................... 12-13
CALCULATIONS & DATA SHEETS ........................................................ 14-16
4.1) HEATER POWER & VOLTAGE RATINGS ........................................................ 14
4.2) TOTAL POWER RATING CALCULATIONS ...................................................... 14
4.3) AMPERAGE CALCULATIONS ............................................................................ 15
4.4) ACTUAL POWER RATING CALCULATIONS ............................................. 15-16
4.5) STEAM CAPACITY & WATER CONSUMPTION CALCULATIONS .............. 16
DRAWINGS & WIRING SCHEMATICS ................................................. 17-26
5.1) PARTS LEGENDS ............................................................................................ 17-18
5.1.1) (S.S.) LB (80KW) (LOW PRESSURE) (0-15PSI) .................................................... 17
5.1.2) (S.S.) LB (80KW) (HIGH PRESSURE) (0-100PSI) ................................................. 18
5.2) INSTALLATION DATA SHEETS ................................................................... 19-20
5.2.1) (S.S.) LB (80KW) (LOW PRESSURE) (0-15PSI) .................................................... 19
5.2.2) (S.S.) LB (80KW) (HIGH PRESSURE) (0-100PSI) ................................................. 20
5.3) CONTROL WIRING SCHEMATICS .............................................................. 21-24
5.3.1) (S.S.) LB (LOW PRESSURE) (0-15PSI) ................................................................ 21
5.3.2) (S.S.) LB (LOW PRESSURE)(MLWR) (0-15PSI) ................................................... 22
5.3.3) (S.S.) LB (HIGH PRESSURE) (0-30, 0-100PSI) ..................................................... 23
5.3.4) (S.S.) LB (HIGH PRESSURE)(MLWR) (0-30, 0-100PSI) ......................................... 24
5.4) HEATER WIRING SCHEMATICS ................................................................. 25-26
5.4.1) (S.S.) LB (40-80KW) (208-240V) ........................................................................ 25
5.4.2) (S.S.) LB (80KW) (380-600V) ............................................................................. 26
TERMS & CONDITIONS ..................................................................................... 27
3.1)
3.2)
3.3)
3.4)
3.5)
3.6)
3.7)
4.)
5.)
6.)
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1.) INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
S.S. LITTLE BOILER “LB-SERIES”
The Electro-Steam Generator design consists essentially of a high pressure chamber filled with
water that is heated by one or more submerged resistance type electric heating elements. Automatic
controls are provided to maintain the pre-set operating pressure and water level. Safety features include:
automatic low-water cutoff (manual low-water reset optional), dual pressure controls, safety valve, and
visible water level gauge. All of our generators are built in accordance with A.S.M.E. Miniature Boiler
Code and are individually inspected and stamped by an Authorized National Board Insurance Inspector.
IMPORTANT – READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATING
Important – Set unit perfectly level, and as close as possible to the steam vessel or
appliance it will operate. For generator measurements, refer to Installation Data Drawing
attached. For interpretation of numbered items, refer to Parts Legend Drawing attached.
NOTE: Ambient temperature around this unit must not exceed 104°F or 40°C.
CONNECTIONS:
Periodically check all plumbing and electrical connections for tightness; this should also be
done before initial start-up.
ELECTRICAL:
This generator must be connected a disconnect switch protected by fuses
or a circuit breaker with the proper size wire by a licensed electrician in
accordance with N.E.C. and your local codes – Voltage, KW, and Phase
requirement are marked on the nameplate.
WATER SUPPLY:
Connect D.I. or R.O. purity water line to Water Inlet #6.
Purity Range: 1 – 5.5 MEG OHM per CM
Temperature Range: 32°F – 140°F or 0°C – 60°C.
Pressure Range: 20PSI – 150PSI.
STEAM OUTLET:
Connect Steam Outlet Valve (#16) to piece of equipment, vessel, room, or area to be
operated by Electro Steam Generator.
SAFETY VALVE:
Route the Safety Valve (#18) separately than the Drain (#19) to a high temperature drain
*NO PVC. Discharging pipe should never be smaller than the valve outlet and should be
rigidly supported, placing no weight on the safety valve itself.
DRAIN:
Route the Drain (#19) separately than Safety Valve (#18) to a high temperature drain *NO
PVC.
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2.) OPERATION & SEQUENCE OF EVENTS
IMPORTANT – READ INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATING
1.
Turn on water supply from the source to the Generator.
2.
OPEN all valves on the Generator except for the Manual Drain (#19).
3.
Place main disconnect box in ON position.
4.
Place ON/OFF Switch (#2) in ON position.
•
The Water Solenoid (#7) [and Pump (#8), if high pressure] will engage and the
chamber will begin to fill with water. As the water level rises, it will make contact with
the (D) and (A) probes, indicating the heaters are safely submerged. At this time the
contactors will engage, supplying power to the heaters, causing steam pressure to
accumulate.
•
The chamber will continue to fill with water until 1 seconds after the water makes
contact with the (C) probe, causing the Water Solenoid (#7) [and Pump (#8), if high
pressure] to turn off.
•
If your generator is equipped with a Manual Low-Water Reset (MLWR) (#3), it must
be pressed at this time to engage the contactors. If the contactors still have not engaged,
you may need to press the Safety Reset (#13) on the “Safety” Pressure Control (#12).
•
Steam pressure will continue to rise until is reaches its set operating pressure. This may
take up to 20 minutes. At this time, the “Control” Pressure Control (#12) will cause
the contactors to disengage. The pressure will drop approximately 2-8 PSI until the
“Control” Pressure Control (#12) causes the contactors to reengage, causing the
pressure to rise again. The contactors will continue to cycle on and off during
operation.
5.
The Generator is now fully operational and will produce steam until it is turned off.
•
6.
As steam is exhausted, the water level will drop until 1 second after it breaks contact
with the (C) probe. At this time, the Water Solenoid (#7) [and Pump (#8), if high
pressure] will engage and the chamber will again fill with water. The chamber will
continue filling until 1 second after the water makes contact with the (C) probe again.
The Water Solenoid (#7) [and Pump (#8), if high pressure] will continue to cycle on
and off during operation.
To shut off the Generator, place ON/OFF Switch (#2) in OFF position. Pressure will drop
naturally as the chamber cools, or the Generator may be drained manually through Manual
Drain (#19). (See Manual Blow Down 3.1)
WARNING – HOT WATER and STEAM under HIGH PRESSURE can lift drain pipes
right off the ground and cause SERIOUS INJURY. Make sure drain pipe is SECURE and
CANNOT move. The drain must be directed into a HIGH TEMPERATURE drain (NO
PVC) or outside.
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3.) CLEANING & MAINTENANCE
The following cleaning procedures are HIGHLY RECOMMENDED in order to keep your
Steam Generator in the best operating condition at all times.
3.1)
MANUAL “BLOW DOWN”
Blow Downs should be done AT LEAST TWICE A MONTH.
NOTE: The best time to Blow Down your generator is after it has been running for some
time, while it is still hot.
1.
Place main disconnect switch and the Toggle Switch (#2) in the OFF position.
2.
Allow pressure to drop between 10 and 20 PSI.
3.
Open Manual Drain (#19) slowly, allowing HOT WATER and STEAM to blow
out into the drain, cleaning out the generator.
NOTE: Blow Down your generator at any pressure you feel comfortable with. 10 to 20 PSI
is only a recommendation. You may go higher or lower, but higher is always better.
WARNING – HOT WATER and STEAM under HIGH PRESSURE can lift drain pipes
right off the ground and cause SERIOUS INJURY. Make sure drain pipe is
SECURELY STRAPPED and CANNOT move. The drain must be directed into a
HIGH TEMPERATURE drain (NO PVC).
3.2)
CLEANING WATER LEVEL PROBES
Water Level Probes are the heart of your generator. Almost all steam generator
malfunctions are caused by dirty water level probes. CLEANING your PROBES is by far
the MOST IMPORTANT maintenance step to keep your generator running properly. The
probes should be cleaned AT LEAST 3-4 TIMES A YEAR.
NOTE: The best time to clean your probes is before you turn your generator on, while it is
still cool.
1.
Place main disconnect switch and the Toggle Switch (#2) in the OFF position.
2.
Make sure generator is cool and the Pressure Gauge (#15) reads 0 PSI.
3.
Find the Water Level Probes (#5), located in the blue box on top of generator.
4.
Unscrew the four #2 Philips head screws and remove cover plate, exposing the Water
Level Probes (#5).
5.
Use 5/16” Socket to remove wires from probes.
6.
Use 13/16” Spark Plug Socket to remove probes from chamber.
7.
Clean probes to remove rust and scaling.
NOTE: To clean probes you may use wire wheel, wire brush, steal wool, or Scotch-Brite.
(Wire wheel works the best) You may also want to try some sort of chemical like CLR
remover or LIME-A-WAY.
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CLEANING WATER LEVEL PROBES (Continued)
8.
Reinstall probes assuring each probe’s length is assigned to its proper letter.
9.
Reconnect wires to probes assuring each color is also assigned to its proper letter.
NOTE: DO NOT make wires too tight. Just tighten enough to make contact. Over tightening
can cause probe plugs to pull apart over time.
10. Reinstall cover plate.
Water Level Probe Specifications:
Letter Assignment on Chamber
Water Level Probe Length
Wire Color Assignment
A
5 ¼”
RED
B
5 ½”
Not Used
C
3 ¾”
BLACK
Pin Assignment on Water
Control Relays
Pins 3&4
Right Relay
Not Used
Pins 3&4
Left Relay
D
5 ½”
GREEN
Pins 5&5
Both
Relays
NOTE: The (B) Probe is not used. It is a spare probe that can be cut and used to replace any one
of the other probes.
WARNING – There MUST be NO PRESSURE in the chamber when removing probes. If you
must change probes while chamber is HOT, make sure the steam out and drain valves are open
to assure chamber will remain depressurized. DO NOT touch probes with your bare hands
while HOT, and be cautious of escaping steam from probe holes while probes are removed.
3.3)
CLEANING OR REPLACING HEATERS
Heaters are located inside the Control Panel (#1) below the insulation barrier, bolted
into the chamber. If (3.5) Chamber Chemical/Acid Treatments are not regularly done, heaters
must be taken out and inspected AT LEAST ONCE A YEAR, cleaned with wire brush and
reinstalled using a new gasket. If you are replacing or cleaning your heater elements:
1.
Place main disconnect switch and the Toggle Switch (#2) in the OFF position.
2.
Make sure generator is cool and the Pressure Gauge (#15) reads 0 PSI.
3.
Remove heater wires from heater(s), using a 3/8” Socket.
4.
Unbolt and remove heater(s) using a 1 1/16” Socket.
NOTE: Heater(s) may be difficult to get out; you may need to use some sort of pry bar to
get them loose.
5.
Clean heater(s) with wire brush. If replacing, dispose of old heater(s).
6.
Reinstall heater(s) with new gasket(s).
7.
Attach heater wires assuring proper wiring. *Refer to Heater Wiring Schematics
attached*
NOTE: If you are replacing a heater because of a heater failure, you must also clean the probes
and clean out the chamber, or you may have another heater failure within 48 hours.
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3.4)
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REPLACING GLASS GAUGE & GLASS PACKINGS
The Sight Glass (#10) gives the operator the ability to easily monitor the actual water level
inside the chamber. If the Sight Glass (#10) gets clogged or is no longer functional, it can be very
difficult to troubleshoot a problem.
3.4.2) S.S. SIGHT GLASS (SEISMIC)
GLASS GAUGE and GLASS PACKINGS
MUST be replaced EVERY SIX MONTHS
The Seismic Sight Glass is equipped with
BALL CHECKS in each GAUGE FITTING
INSTALLATION:
Only properly trained personnel should install and
maintain water gauge glass and connections.
Remember to wear safety gloves and glasses
during installation. Before installing, make sure
all parts are free of chips and debris.
1.
Uninstall GUARD RODS, GLASS GAUGE, and GLASS
PACKINGS. (you may need to rotate one of the GAUGE
FITTINGS to remove GLASS GAUGE)
2.
Slip a new GLASS PACKINGS on the new GLASS
GAUGE about an inch from the bottom.
3.
Now slip the following items through the top of GLASS
GAUGE in the following order:
• PACKING GLAND (facing down)
• GLASS PACKING NUT (facing down)
• GLASS PACKING NUT (facing up)
• PACKING GLAND (facing up)
• GLASS PACKINGS (inch down from top)
• PACKING WASHER
4.
Gently insert GLASS GAUGE into GAUGE FITTINGS.
You may need to rotate GAUGE FITTINGS until
vertically aligned, after GLASS GAUGE is in.
5.
Carefully raise GLASS GAUGE about 1/16” from bottom
and slide lower GLASS PACKINGS down until it makes
contact with the BOTTOM GAUGE FITTING. (DO NOT
allow GLASS GAUGE to remain in contact with any
metal)
6.
Carefully slide upper GLASS PACKINGS up as far as
possible.
7.
Hand tighten both GLASS PACKING NUTS, then tighten
1/2 turn more by wrench. Tighten only enough to prevent
leakage. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN! If any leakage
should occur, tighten slightly, a quarter turn at a time,
checking for leakage after each turn.
8.
Reinstall GUARD RODS.
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CHAMBER CHEMICAL/ACID TREATMENT
All Electric Steam Generator should be cleaned regularly. The following is the least
amount of times recommended to clean out your chamber:
NORMAL WATER AREAS – Should be done ONCE A YEAR.
BAD WATER AREAS – Should be done TWICE A YEAR.
Chamber Treatment Instructions:
1.
Turn on generator, allowing pressure to climb to 10 to 20 PSI on Pressure Gauge (#15),
and then shut off.
2.
“Blow Down” Open Manual Drain (#19) slowly, allowing HOT WATER and
STEAM to blow out into the drain.
NOTE: You may Blow Down your generator at any pressure you feel comfortable with. 10
to 20 PSI is only a recommendation. You may go higher or lower, but higher is always
better.
WARNING – HOT WATER and STEAM under HIGH PRESSURE can lift drain pipes
right off the ground and cause SERIOUS INJURY. Make sure drain pipe is SECURE
and CANNOT move. The drain must be directed into a HIGH TEMPERATURE drain
(NO PVC).
3.
Remove Safety Valve (#18).
WARNING – There MUST be NO PRESSURE in the chamber when removing the Safety
Valve, make sure the steam out and drain are open to assure chamber will remain
depressurized. Be cautious of escaping steam from chamber while Safety Valve is
removed.
4.
Close Manual Drain (#19) and Steam Out (#16); turn generator on until Sight Glass
(#10) shows that it is 1/2 full, and then shut off.
5.
Insert funnel into coupling, where Safety Valve (#18) used to be.
6.
Pour a 1 Gallon of Sulfamic Acid into funnel very slowly, being careful of fumes and
venting while pouring.
NOTE: Solution can be obtained from any industrial chemical dealer.
FOR FOOD APPLICATIONS: Use FDA approved chemicals.
7.
Remove funnel, reinstall Safety Valve (#18), and verify Steam Out (#16) is closed; let
solution set in generator for 1 HOUR.
8.
Turn on generator, allowing pressure to climb to 5 PSI on Pressure Gauge (#15), and
then shut off.
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CHAMBER CHEMICAL/ACID TREATMENT (Continued)
9.
Allow the pressure to drop to 0 PSI on Pressure Gauge (#15) naturally. DO NOT open
Steam Out (#16) or Manual Drain (#19) until pressure is down.
10. Remove Safety Valve (#18).
11. Reinsert funnel, and fill generator completely to the top with clean water; let stand for an
additional 1/2 HOUR.
NOTE: Turning on the generator will not completely fill it to the top. Filling must be done
manually through the safety valve coupling.
12. Open Manual Drain (#19) to drain generator.
13. Close Manual Drain (#19); refill generator completely to the top with clean water and
open Manual Drain (#19) to flush out generator completely.
14. Reinstall Safety Valve (#18) and close Manual Drain (#19).
15. Turn on generator, allowing pressure to climb to 10 to 20 PSI on Pressure Gauge (#15),
and then shut off.
16. “Blow Down” Open Manual Drain (#19) slowly, allowing HOT WATER and
STEAM to blow out into the drain.
NOTE: You may Blow Down your generator at any pressure you feel comfortable with. 10
to 20 PSI is only a recommendation. You may go higher or lower, but higher is always
better.
WARNING – HOT WATER and STEAM under HIGH PRESSURE can lift drain pipes
right off the ground and cause SERIOUS INJURY. Make sure drain pipe is SECURE
and CANNOT move. The drain must be directed into a HIGH TEMPERATURE drain
(NO PVC).
17. Your generator is now ready for normal use and operation.
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PRESSURE CONTROL DATA SHEET
DEFINITIONS:
“CONROL” PRESSURE CONTROL – This pressure control should be the only one
controlling the operating pressure of the generator.
“SAFETY” PRESSURE CONTROL – This pressure control is only used if the “Control”
fails. It is always set higher than the “Control”; if the operating pressure is passed, The
“Safety” will turn the heaters off.
SAFETY RESET – This reset is tripped when the “Safety” turns the heaters off. It must be
manually pushed to turn the heaters back on. This lets the user know there was a problem. If
it is tripped, the “Control” most likely failed.
PRESSURE ADJUSTING DIAL – These dials adjust the set pressure at which each pressure
control will turn the heaters off.
DIFFERENTIAL ADJUSTING DIAL – This dial is only on the “Control”. When the
“Control” turns the heaters off, the amount of pressure that is dropped before it turns the
heaters back on (the differential) can be adjusted by this dial. This dial should never have to
be adjusted, unless desired.
PRESSURE GAUGE – This tells the user what pressure is in the chamber. The pressure
controls are set to this gauge.
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SETTING THE PRESSURE CONTROLS
WARNING – The pressure controls must be set while all circuits are live. TO AVOID
ELECTRICAL SHOCK, DO NOT TOUCH the wires or the terminals in which they
connect while setting the pressure controls.
NOTES:
-
Setting the pressure controls greatly relies on your ability to tell whether the contactors are turning
the heaters on or off. You should be able to hear the contactors, located inside the Electrical Box
(#1), click on and off. Familiarize yourself with this sound.
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The order in which the pressure controls must be set is the “Safety” and then the “Control”.
-
In order to set the “Safety” you must keep the “Control” at a higher pressure setting than the
“Safety”
-
Once the “Safety” is set, then you can lower
the “Control” to its correct setting.
-
To INCREASE the pressure setting, when
looking down on pressure control, using your
two index fingers, turn the PRESSURE
ADJUSTMENT DIAL CLOCKWISE,
causing the BLACK INDICATOR LINE to
move DOWN the scale.
-
To DECREASE the pressure setting, turn the
dial COUNTER CLOCKWISE, causing the
indicator line to move UP the scale.
SETTING INSTRUCTIONS:
1. Open the pressure control covers, as shown on previous page.
2. Adjust the PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT DIAL on the
“CONTROL” so that the BLACK INDICATOR LINE is
somewhere between ½ and ¾ of the way down from the top.
3. Adjust the PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT DIAL on the “SAFETY”
so that the BLACK INDICATOR LINE is somewhere between ¼
and ½ of the way down from the top.
4. Close the Steam Out (#16) and turn on generator. When the
contactors click on, the pressure will rise. If contactor(s) do not click
on right away, you may need to press SAFETY RESET. Continue
to watch the Pressure Gauge (#15) until you hear the contactors
click off. This may take up to 20 minutes.
WARNING – DO NOT allow the pressure to exceed the rating on the
Safety Valve (#18). If contactors do not turn off before the pressure limit is exceeded, manually
shut off generator, open the Steam Out (#16), and DECREASE the pressure setting on the
“SAFETY” pressure control. Repeat step #4.
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SETTING THE PRESSURE CONTROLS (Continued)
5. At this point the contactors should be clicked off and you should be able to click them on and then
off again by pressing the SAFETY RESET. This is a way to test if the “SAFETY” is still
controlling the pressure, and not the “CONTROL”. While setting the “SAFETY” and the
contactors are off, if the SAFETY RESET does not cause the contactors to click on and off again,
INCREASE the setting on the “CONTROL”
WARNING – DO NOT allow the pressure to exceed
the rating on the Safety Valve (#18). If contactors
do not turn off before the pressure limit is
exceeded, manually shut off generator, open the
Steam Out (#16), and DECREASE the pressure
setting on the “SAFETY” pressure control. If you
cannot get the “SAFETY” to control the pressure,
it may need to be replaced.
Pressure Control Settings
High Pressure
(0-100 PSI)
Low Pressure
(0-15 PSI)
“Control”
“Safety”
80 PSI
85 PSI
11 PSI
13.5 PSI
6. Open the Steam Out (#16) to exhaust some pressure. Continue pressing the SAFETY RESET
until the contactors click on and remain on. The pressure should eventually begin to rise. If it
doesn’t, throttle the Steam Out (#16) somewhere between closed and open until it does.
7. Pay attention to what the pressure reads when the contactor(s) click off. If the pressure stopped
BELOW the “SAFETY PRESSURE SETTING”, then INCREASE the pressure setting on the
“SAFETY”. If the pressure stopped ABOVE, then DECREASE the pressure setting.
8. Continue to watch the pressure go up and down, while adjusting the “SAFETY” and pressing the
SAFETY RESET, until the pressure stops at the proper “SAFETY PRESSURE SETTING”.
9. At this point the “SAFETY” should be set to the proper “SAFETY PRESSURE SETTING”, and
the “CONTROL” should be set somewhere above the “SAFETY”.
10. Let the pressure drop below the “OPERATING PRESSURE SETTING” and then press the
SAFETY RESET, so that the contactors click on. DECREASE the pressure setting on the
“CONTROL” until the contactors click off.
11. Repeat Step 10 until you no longer need to press the SAFETY RESET for the contactors to
click on.
12. Continue to watch the pressure go up and down, while adjusting the “CONTROL”, until the
pressure stops at the proper “OPERATING PRESSURE SETTING”.
13. The Pressure Controls are now set.
NOTE: If at anytime the SAFETY RESET needs to be pressed after the pressure controls are set, either
one of the controls are bad, the “SAFETY” is set too low, or the “CONTROL” is set too high.
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4.) CALCULATIONS AND DATA SHEETS
4.1)
HEATER POWER & VOLTAGE RATINGS
LB 80 Model units use (3) 25KW heaters to meet the required 75KW of POWER from the
customer’s specified INPUT VOLTAGE. Each heater comes 4 different VOLTAGE RATINGS.
AVAILABLE HEATER RATINGS
KW
25
POWER RATINGS per MODEL
VOLTAGES
208
230
480
600
MODEL UNIT
QUAN.
KW
LB-80
3
25
HEATER VOLTAGE RATINGS per INPUT VOLTAGE (VOLTS)
Input Voltage 208 220 230 240 380 400 415 425 440 460 480 550 575 600
LB-80
208
230
230
230
208
230
230
230
480
480
480
600
600
NOTE: 380-425V heaters are not usually rated for 380-425V. They are usually 208-240V heaters
that have been re-stamped 380-425V and jumpered in series.
4.2)
TOTAL POWER RATING CALCULATIONS
The HEATER POWER RATING and NUMBER OF HEATERS are used to calculate the
TOTAL POWER RATING. Since the HEATER POWER RATINGS are in Kilowatts, they
must be multiplied by 1000 to convert them to Watts.
MODEL UNIT
LB-80
Heater Power Rating (Watts)
X Number of Heaters
Total Power Rating (Watts)
25,000
DEFINITIONS:
PT = Total Power Rating
PH = Heater Power Rating
xH = X Number of Heaters
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AMPERAGE CALCULATIONS
The INPUT VOLTAGE, PHASE, TOTAL POWER RATING, and HEATER VOLTAGE
RATING are used to calculate the amperage.
NOTE: 380-425V heaters are not usually rated for 380-425V. They are usually 208-240V heaters
that have been re-stamped 380-425V and jumpered in series.
FORMULAS TO CALCULATE THREE PHASE AMPERAGE
208-240V & 440-600V
380-425V (using 208-240V heaters)
DEFINITIONS:
I = Amperage
PT = Total Power Rating
VI = Input Voltage
VH = Heater Voltage Rating
THREE PHASE AMP DRAW CALCULATIONS (AMPS)
Input Voltage
LB-80
4.4)
208 220 230 240 380 400 415 425 440 460 480 550 575 600
208
180
188
196
127
109
113
116
82.7 86.5 90.2 66.2 69.2 72.2
ACTUAL POWER RATING CALCULATIONS
Because the HEATER VOLTAGE RATINGS only come in 4 different voltages, and there
are so many different voltages in the field, the TOTAL POWER RATING is only completely
accurate if the INPUT VOLTAGE is exactly equal to the HEATER VOLTAGE RATING. This
means, in most cases, the TOTAL POWER RATING is not completely accurate. The
AMERAGE and INPUT VOLTAGE can be used to calculate the ACTUAL POWER RATING.
FORMULAS TO CALCULATE ACTUAL POWER RATINGS
THREE PHASE
DEFINITIONS:
PA = Actual Power Rating
SINGLE PHASE
I = Amperage
VI = Input Voltage
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S.S. LB-80 - User Manual
4.4)
Electro-Steam Generator Corp.
ACTUAL POWER RATING CALCULATIONS (Continued)
(3PH) ACTUAL POWER RATING CALCULATIONS (LB-80)
Input Voltage
Power (KW)
208 220 230 240 380 400 415 425 440 460 480 550 575 600
75
68.6
75
81.7 83.4 75.6 81.4 85.4
63
68.9
75
63
68.9
75
4.5 STEAM CAPACITY & WATER CONSUMPTION CALCULATIONS
Steam Capacity Calculations are based on the impossible feed water temperature of 212°F.
WARNING – Anything above 140°F will cause damage to water solenoid and pump.
STEAM CAPACITY & WATER CONSUMPTION CALCULATIONS
FEED WATER
@ 212°F (100°C)
FEED WATER
@ 140°F (60°C)
FEED WATER
@ 100°F (38°C)
FEED WATER
@ 60°F (16°C)
AVERAGE STEAM
CAPACITY
LB/HR
KG/HR
AVERAGE WATER
CONSUMPTION
GAL/HR LIT/HR
BHP
BTU/HR
7.5
251063
258.8
117.4
31.01
117.4
6.75
225956
232.9
105.7
27.91
105.7
6
200850
207
93.91
24.81
93.91
5.63
188297
194.1
88.04
23.26
88.04
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6
2
SAFETY
TOP VIEW
5
18
16
1
1.)
2.)
3.)
5.)
6.)
7.)
9.)
10.)
11.)
19
7
9
SAL NEGRO
SAL NEGRO
CHECKED:
ENGINEER:
APPROVED:
14
SAFETY
DWG NO.:
12-14-09
12-14-09
12-14-09
S.S. LB 80
LOW PRESSURE
STAINLESS STEEL
-
MODEL UNIT:
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
DRAWN BY:
(PARTS LEGEND) S.S. LB 80 (L)
5
15
12
13
-
2
0-90 PSI (S.S.) Pressure Controls
Reset on "Safety" Pressure Switch
1/4" (S.S.) Ball Valve
0-30 PSI (S.S.) Pressure Gauge
Steam Out - 3/4" (S.S.) Ball Valve
15 PSI (S.S.) Safety Relief Valve
Manual Drain - 1" (S.S.) Ball Valve
DECRIPTIONS:
DRAWING TITLE:
6
11
CONTROL
12.)
13.)
14.)
15.)
16.)
18.)
19.)
SIDE VIEW
10
16
18
Control Box
ON/OFF Switch
Manual Low-Water Reset (MLWR) (Optional)
Water Level Probes
Water Inlet - 1/2" (S.S.) Street Elbow
1/2" (S.S.) Water Solenoid
1/2" (S.S.) Check Valves
5/8" x 9.5" (S.S.) Seismic Sight Glass
Water Barrier - 1/2" (S.S.) U-Tube
PARTS LEGEND - S.S. LB 80 (L)
This drawing and all information therein are the property of Electro-Steam Generator Corp. and shall not be disclosed,
in whole or in part, to any third party without prior permission of Electro-Steam Generator Corp.
10
19
CONTROL
3
SHEET: 1 OF 1
SCALE: N/A
1
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6
2
SAFETY
TOP VIEW
5
18
16
1
1.)
2.)
3.)
5.)
6.)
7.)
8.)
9.)
10.)
11.)
19
9
SAL NEGRO
SAL NEGRO
CHECKED:
ENGINEER:
APPROVED:
HIGH PRESSURE
STAINLESS STEEL
-
14
8
SAFETY
DWG NO.:
12-14-09
12-14-09
12-14-09
S.S. LB 80
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
MODEL UNIT:
5
15
12
13
-
2
0-90 PSI (S.S.) Pressure Controls
Reset on "Safety" Pressure Switch
1/4" (S.S.) Ball Valve
0-160 PSI (S.S.) Pressure Gauge
Steam Out - 3/4" (S.S.) Ball Valve
100 PSI (S.S.) Safety Relief Valve
Manual Drain - 1" (S.S.) Ball Valve
DRAWN BY:
(PARTS LEGEND) S.S. LB 80 (H)
SIDE VIEW
7
11
CONTROL
12.)
13.)
14.)
15.)
16.)
18.)
19.)
DECRIPTIONS:
DRAWING TITLE:
6
10
16
18
Control Box
ON/OFF Switch
Manual Low-Water Reset (MLWR) (Optional)
Water Level Probes
Water Inlet - 1/2" (S.S.) Street Elbow
1/2" (S.S.) Water Solenoid
1/3 HP (S.S.) Pump & Motor
1/2" (S.S.) Check Valves
5/8" x 9.5" (S.S.) Seismic Sight Glass
Water Barrier - 1/2" (S.S.) U-Tube
PARTS LEGEND - S.S. LB 80 (H)
This drawing and all information therein are the property of Electro-Steam Generator Corp. and shall not be disclosed,
in whole or in part, to any third party without prior permission of Electro-Steam Generator Corp.
10
19
CONTROL
3
SHEET: 1 OF 1
SCALE: N/A
1
SAFETY
MINIMUM CLEARANCE FOR
HEATER REMOVAL
CONTROL
SAFETY
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
SAL NEGRO
CHECKED:
ENGINEER:
APPROVED:
SAFETY
DWG NO.:
12-15-09
12-15-09
12-15-09
S.S. LB 80
STAINLESS STEEL
LOW PRESSURE
-
MODEL UNIT:
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
DRAWN BY:
(INSTALLATION DATA) S.S. LB 80 (L)
CONTROL
SIDE VIEW
VERTICAL Cp FULL LOAD = 1
FORMULA LATERAL FORCE
F p = C p Wp
-
MAXIMUM SHEAR LOAD ON ONE BOLT
375/4 = 93.75 PSI
SEISMIC LOAD (0.50)(750)=375 LBS
SHEAR LOAD GRADE 5 1/4" BOLT 2280 PSI
SEISMIC DATA AND CALCULATIONS
2. WEIGHT OF UNIT: 750 LBS = LIVE LOAD
1. CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE MINIMUM 8"
CLEARANCE AROUND UNIT FOR SERVICE
NOTES:
DECRIPTIONS:
DRAWING TITLE:
TOP VIEW - BOLT DOWN PATTERN
CONTROL
TOP VIEW
INSTALLATION DATA - S.S. LB 80 (L)
This drawing and all information therein are the property of Electro-Steam Generator Corp. and shall not be disclosed,
in whole or in part, to any third party without prior permission of Electro-Steam Generator Corp.
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SHEET: 1 OF 1
SCALE: N/A
SAFETY
MINIMUM CLEARANCE FOR
HEATER REMOVAL
CONTROL
SAFETY
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
SAL NEGRO
CHECKED:
ENGINEER:
APPROVED:
SAFETY
DWG NO.:
12-15-09
12-15-09
12-15-09
S.S. LB 80
STAINLESS STEEL
HIGH PRESSURE
-
MODEL UNIT:
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
DRAWN BY:
(INSTALLATION DATA) S.S. LB 80 (H)
CONTROL
SIDE VIEW
VERTICAL Cp FULL LOAD = 1
FORMULA LATERAL FORCE
F p = C p Wp
-
MAXIMUM SHEAR LOAD ON ONE BOLT
375/4 = 93.75 PSI
SEISMIC LOAD (0.50)(750)=375 LBS
SHEAR LOAD GRADE 5 1/4" BOLT 2280 PSI
SEISMIC DATA AND CALCULATIONS
2. WEIGHT OF UNIT: 750 LBS = LIVE LOAD
1. CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE MINIMUM 8"
CLEARANCE AROUND UNIT FOR SERVICE
NOTES:
DECRIPTIONS:
DRAWING TITLE:
TOP VIEW - BOLT DOWN PATTERN
CONTROL
TOP VIEW
INSTALLATION DATA - S.S. LB 80 (H)
This drawing and all information therein are the property of Electro-Steam Generator Corp. and shall not be disclosed,
in whole or in part, to any third party without prior permission of Electro-Steam Generator Corp.
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SHEET: 1 OF 1
SCALE: N/A
B
G
A
C
PROBE LENGTHS
C
NC
PRL
C
WATER SOLENOID
NO
RED
DUAL PRESSURE
CONTROLS
GRN
NO
A B
G C
NC
WATER LEVEL
PROBES
BLUE
BLK
YEL
BLK
BLUE
GRN
RED
BLK
ON/OFF
TOGGLE
SWITCH
RED
RED
This drawing and all information therein are the property of Electro-Steam Generator Corp. and shall not be disclosed,
in whole or in part, to any third party without prior permission of Electro-Steam Generator Corp.
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YEL
YEL
BLK
SAL NEGRO
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
JOHN PARDINI
APPROVED:
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
CHECKED:
LOW PRESSURE
-
BLUE
YEL
09-12-07
L2
L3
T2
T3
SHEET: 1 OF 1
SCALE: N/A
GRND
112-010-240-111100
T1
CONTACTOR
L1
HIGH VOLTAGE IN
208-600V
BLUE
09-12-07 DWG NO.:
09-12-07
09-12-07
LB 10-240
GRN
MODEL UNIT:
RED
ENGINEER:
DRAWN BY:
BLK
BLK
DECRIPTIONS:
(S.S.) LB (L)
120V IN
DRAWING TITLE:
YEL
RED
RED
YEL
YEL
RED
B
G
A
C
PROBE LENGTHS
C
NC
PRL
C
WATER SOLENOID
NO
A B
DUAL PRESSURE
CONTROLS
RED
GRN
G C
NO
NC
WATER LEVEL
PROBES
BLK
BLUE
BLUE
YEL
BLK
GRN
RED
BLK
OPTIONAL
MANUAL LOWWATER RESET
ON/OFF
TOGGLE
SWITCH
RED
RED
This drawing and all information therein are the property of Electro-Steam Generator Corp. and shall not be disclosed,
in whole or in part, to any third party without prior permission of Electro-Steam Generator Corp.
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YEL
BLK
SAL NEGRO
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
JOHN PARDINI
CHECKED:
APPROVED:
LOW PRESSURE
MANUAL LOW-WATER RESET
-
BLUE
YEL
09-12-07
L2
L3
T2
T3
SHEET: 1 OF 1
SCALE: N/A
GRND
112-010-240-111120
T1
CONTACTOR
L1
HIGH VOLTAGE IN
208-600V
BLUE
09-12-07 DWG NO.:
09-12-07
09-12-07
LB 10-240
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
MODEL UNIT:
GRN
RED
BLK
BLK
ENGINEER:
DRAWN BY:
(S.S.) LB (L)(MLWR)
YEL
BLK
BLK
DECRIPTIONS:
DRAWING TITLE:
YEL
RED
120V IN
BLK
BLK
RED
YEL
YEL
RED
G
A
C
WATER SOLENOID
B
PROBE LENGTHS
NO
RED
A B
NC
PRL
YEL
RED
C
DUAL PRESSURE
CONTROLS
1/3HP PUMP & MOTOR
HIGH PRESSURE ONLY
C
GRN
G C
NO
WATER LEVEL
PROBES
NC
BLUE
BLK
YEL
RED
BLUE
GRN
RED
BLK
ON/OFF
TOGGLE
SWITCH
RED
RED
This drawing and all information therein are the property of Electro-Steam Generator Corp. and shall not be disclosed,
in whole or in part, to any third party without prior permission of Electro-Steam Generator Corp.
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YEL
YEL
YEL
120V
MOTOR
RELAY
BLK
RED
SAL NEGRO
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
JOHN PARDINI
APPROVED:
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
CHECKED:
HIGH PRESSURE
-
BLUE
YEL
09-12-07
L2
L3
T2
T3
SHEET: 1 OF 1
SCALE: N/A
GRND
112-010-240-111200
T1
CONTACTOR
L1
HIGH VOLTAGE IN
208-600V
BLUE
09-12-07 DWG NO.:
09-12-07
09-12-07
LB 10-240
GRN
MODEL UNIT:
RED
ENGINEER:
DRAWN BY:
BLK
BLK
DECRIPTIONS:
(S.S.) LB (H)
RED
120V IN
DRAWING TITLE:
YEL
RED
RED
YEL
YEL
RED
G
A
C
WATER SOLENOID
B
PROBE LENGTHS
NO
NC
PRL
YEL
RED
C
DUAL PRESSURE
CONTROLS
A B
1/3HP PUMP & MOTOR
HIGH PRESSURE ONLY
C
RED
GRN
G C
WATER LEVEL
PROBES
NO
NC
BLK
BLUE
BLUE
YEL
RED
GRN
RED
BLK
OPTIONAL
MANUAL LOWWATER RESET
ON/OFF
TOGGLE
SWITCH
RED
RED
This drawing and all information therein are the property of Electro-Steam Generator Corp. and shall not be disclosed,
in whole or in part, to any third party without prior permission of Electro-Steam Generator Corp.
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YEL
BLK
BLUE
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
SAL NEGRO
CHECKED:
ENGINEER:
APPROVED:
HIGH PRESSURE
MANUAL LOW-WATER RESET
-
YEL
L2
L3
T2
T3
SHEET: 1 OF 1
SCALE: N/A
GRND
112-010-240-111220
T1
CONTACTOR
L1
HIGH VOLTAGE IN
208-600V
BLUE
DWG NO.:
06-12-09
06-12-09
06-12-09
LB 10-240
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
MODEL UNIT:
GRN
RED
BLK
BLK
DRAWN BY:
(S.S.) LB (H)(MLWR)
YEL
YEL
120V
MOTOR
RELAY
RED
BLK
BLK
DECRIPTIONS:
DRAWING TITLE:
YEL
RED
RED
120V IN
BLK
BLK
RED
YEL
YEL
RED
L2
T2
L1
T1
T3
L3
T1
L1
T2
L2
T3
L3
T1
L1
(3PH) 40-60KW
(208-240V)
T2
L2
T3
L3
.
.
.
T1
L1
T2
L2
T3
L3
T2
T1
T3
L3
T1
L1
T2
L2
T3
L3
T1
L1
T2
L2
T2
L2
T1
L1
SAL NEGRO
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
T2
L2
T3
L3
DWG NO.:
12-07-09
12-07-09
12-07-09
LB 40-80
T3
L3
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
MODEL UNIT:
T1
L1
ENGINEER:
CHECKED:
STAINLESS STEEL
THREE PHASE HEATER WIRING
40-80KW 208-240V
T3
L3
APPROVED:
DRAWN BY:
DECRIPTIONS:
(HEATERS) S.S. LB 40-80 (3PH)(208-240V)
L2
L1
T1
L1
-
T2
L2
T3
L3
SHEET: 1 OF 1
SCALE: N/A
(1) 13064 - 200 AMP TERMINAL BLOCK
(6) 26137 - 50AMP 3POLE CIRCUIT BREAKERS
(6) 13069 - 75AMP CONTACTORS
(3) 10120 or 10034 - S.S. 25KW 208 or 230V HEATERS
(3PH) 80KW - (208-240V)
DRAWING TITLE:
HEATER COILS MUST GO
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM.
(12) 13046 - 60AMP 250V CLS-RK5 FUSES
(2) 10034A or 10035 - S.S. 25KW 208 or 230V HEATERS
(3PH) 60KW - (208-240V)
(12) 13044 - 50AMP 250V CLS-RK5 FUSES
(2) 10120 or 10034 - S.S. 25KW 208 or 230V HEATERS
(3PH) 50KW - (208-240V)
(12) 13013 - 40AMP 250V CLS-RK5 FUSES
(2) 10048 or 10032 - S.S. 20KW 208 or 230V HEATERS
(3PH) 40KW - (208-240V)
(1) 13064 - 200 AMP TERMINAL BLOCKS
(4) 13069 - 75AMP CONTACTORS
(4) 13056 - 60AMP 250V FUSE BLOCKS
This drawing and all information therein are the property of Electro-Steam Generator Corp. and shall not be
disclosed, in whole or in part, to any third party without prior permission of Electro-Steam Generator Corp.
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L2
T2
L1
T1
T3
L3
T1
L1
T3
L3
T1
L1
T2
L2
T3
L3
.
HEATER COILS MUST GO
FROM TOP TO BOTTOM.
T2
L2
T3
L3
T1
L1
-
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
SAL NEGRO
T1
L1
LB 80
CHRISTOPHER FERRARA
MODEL UNIT:
T3
L3
ENGINEER:
CHECKED:
THREE PHASE HEATER WIRING
380-425V
440-600V
T2
L2
APPROVED:
DRAWN BY:
(HEATERS) LB 80 (3PH)(380-600V)
T1
L1
DECRIPTIONS:
DRAWING TITLE:
(9) 13045 - 50AMP 600V CLS-RK5 FUSES
(3) 10034 - S.S. 25KW 230V HEATERS *stamped 400V
(3PH) 50KW - (400-415V)
This drawing and all information therein are the property of
Electro-Steam Generator Corp. and shall not be disclosed, in whole
or in part, to any third party without prior permission of
Electro-Steam Generator Corp.
T2
L2
.
T3
L3
.
-
SHEET: 1 OF 1
SCALE: N/A
(3) 13067 - 50AMP CONTACTORS
(3) 13059A - 30AMP 600V FUSE BLOCKS
(9) 13043 - 30AMP 600V CLS-RK5 FUSES
(3) 10215 - S.S. 25KW 600V HEATERS
(3PH) 50KW - (550-600V)
DWG NO.:
12-15-09
12-15-09
12-15-09
T2
L2
.
(3) 13069 - 75AMP CONTACTORS
(3) 13056A - 60AMP 600V FUSE BLOCKS
(9) 13013A - 40AMP 600V CLS-RK5 FUSES
(3) 10049 - S.S. 25KW 480V HEATERS
(3PH) 50KW - (440-480V)
(1) 13061 - 100 AMP TERMINAL BLOCKS
(3PH) 80KW - (480-600V)
(9) 13045 - 50AMP 600V CLS-RK5 FUSES
(3) 10120 - S.S. 25KW 208V HEATERS *stamped 380V
(3PH) 50KW - (380V)
(1) 13061 - 100 AMP TERMINAL BLOCKS
(3) 13069 - 75AMP CONTACTORS
(3) 13056A - 60AMP 600V FUSE BLOCKS
(3PH) 80KW - (380-425V)
HEATERS CAN BE JUMPERED IN EITHER POSITION
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ELECTRO-STEAM GENERATOR CORPORATION TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE
EXCLUSIVE AND ENTIRE: The following Standard Terms and Conditions are intended by the parties to govern all the purchases of equipment, parts or service from Seller, and together
with the specifications provided or embodied herewith, represent the entire understanding of the parties without exception. All other terms and conditions are specifically rejected, and by
proceeding with the transaction in any manner, both Seller and Buyer agree that these Standard Terms and Conditions shall control. The price charged by Seller is based on these Standard
Terms and Conditions.
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TERMS: Net 30 days. A "late payment" in the form of interest at the rate of 2% per month or a service charge of like amount will be levied on all late payments (the type of charge being
consistent with the applicable local law). Invoices will be submitted when the equipment, part, service is supplied. Attention to these terms will eliminate delays in starting up any equipment
or providing further service or parts. NOTE: Terms pending credit approval.
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TERMS: Advanced payment (wire transfer, credit card, or cash in advance) or confirmed letter of credit.
TAXES: No taxes of any kind are included. All prices herein and/or contracts shall be subject to increase without notice by the amount of present or future sales or excise tax levied or
charged, either by Federal, State or any other assessing agency.
CHANGES: Changes made after fabrication has begun shall be submitted in writing, signed by Buyer. Buyer agrees to pay the cost of any changes. The specifications and prices are subject
to change without notice.
CLAIMS: Title passes to the Buyer upon delivery to the carrier, unless otherwise indicated. Safe delivery is the responsibility of the carrier. Damaged merchandise, if accepted, should be
noted on the delivery receipt and on the freight bill before acceptance of shipment. Make claim promptly.
LOCAL CODES: All steam boilers are built in accordance with ASME miniature boiler codes. NOTE: It is the responsibility of the installer to conform to any state or local codes. If
further inspection following modifications by the installer is required under state and local codes it is the responsibility of the local installer.
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items such as, but not limited to, coil liners, thermocouples, refractories and other similar consumable items, that fail due to defects in material or workmanship within the first twelve (12)
months of startup of equipment or eighteen (18) months after shipment, whichever occurs first, or in the case of service, repairs, or parts, within twelve (12) months of supplying such
service, repair or part, Seller shall at its option, repair or replace EXW (Ex works), such defective part or parts. If the equipment, service, repair or part included software, Seller warrants,
for a period of twelve (12) months of startup or eighteen (18) months after shipment, whichever occurs first, that the software supplied or serviced will meet its published functional
specifications. Should software fail to meet the specifications, or be otherwise defective, Seller shall promptly correct errors or non-conformities. If correction is not possible, Seller shall
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no liability whatsoever if the claim of infringement arises out of Seller's compliance with Purchaser's specifications. Seller shall have no liability whatsoever if a claim of infringement is
based upon the Purchaser's use of the equipment as part of a patented combination where the other elements of the combination are not supplied by Seller, or in the practice of a patented
process. Where the specifications, process, design are supplied by Purchaser, then Buyer agrees to indemnify Seller in like manner.
PROPRIETARY RIGHTS: Unless otherwise stated herein all design, manufacturing processes, manufacturing information, vendor sources, know-how, equipment, tooling or other
hardware, software, or information (collectively referred to as "resources") acquired or utilized by the Seller to produce the finished goods, and any intellectual property rights, including
but not limited to patents, copyrights and trade secrets related in any way to the resources, are and shall hereinafter remain the exclusive property of the Seller, regardless of whether such
resources are created solely by the Seller, or by Buyer's collaboration with the Seller, for example, where Seller utilizes Buyer's specifications to create resources, and the Buyer shall
acquire or receive no rights or title therein or thereto as a result of this purchase whether or not the order provides for Seller's delivery of technical data, drawings or other information to
the Buyer in addition to the finished goods. Unless Seller's prior written consent is given, in no event shall the Buyer permit such data, drawings or information to be: (1) disclosed to any
third party other than the Buyer's customer; (2) used by the Buyer or the Buyer's customer for manufacture of like or similar goods; (3) used for purposes of duplicating or reverseengineering Seller's proprietary designs or processes; or (4) used by a party other than the Buyer or the Buyer's customer for any purpose.
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: SELLER'S TOTAL AGGREGATE LIABILITY (ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY BREACH OF
CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, TORT, LIQUIDATED DAMAGES, SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE, TERMINATION, CANCELLATION INCLUDING THE REPAYING OF THE
CONTRACT PRICE OR PARTS THEREOF, FUNDAMENTAL BREACH, BREACH OF WARRANTIES, MISREPRESENTATION, NONPERFORMANCE, NONPAYMENT, OR
ANY OTHER) WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT, IN TORT, IN EQUITY, ON STATUE, AT LAW OR ON ANY OTHER THEORY OF LAW, SHALL NOT EXCEED THE PAID
CONTRACT PRICE. THE BUYERACKNOWLEDGES THAT THE REMEDIES PROVIDED IN THIS CONTRACT ARE EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER REMEDIES
AVAILABLE TO THE BUYERAT LAW, IN CONTRACT, IN TORT, IN STATUTE OR IN EQUITY OR IN ANY OTHER THEORY OF LAWS.
INSURANCE:
Buyer represents that they have a program of Insurance which adequately protects their interest, and that of their employees and agents, including damage to plant,
property and equipment, personal injury of any kind, directly or indirectly related in any way to the equipment, service, repair or parts supplied by Seller. Accordingly, Buyer waives any
claim against Seller for the foregoing, and on behalf of its Insurance Company, any right of subrogation in connection therewith.
U.S. EXPORT CONTROLS: All items furnished by Seller to Buyer in connection herewith shall at all times be subject to the export control laws and regulations of the U.S. including,
but not limited to, 10 CFR Part 810 and U.S. Export Administration Regulations. Buyer agrees and give assurance that no items, equipment, materials, service, technical data, technology,
software or other technical information or assistance furnished by Seller, or any good or product resulting therefrom, shall be exported or re-exported by Buyer or its authorized transferees,
if any, directly or indirectly, unless in accordance with applicable U.S. export laws and regulations. The aforesaid obligations shall survive any satisfaction, expiration, termination or
discharge of any other contract obligations.
FREIGHT TERMS: F.O.B. Factory. Unloading and transportation to job site are at the Buyers expense.
INSTALLATION: No installation or job supervision charges are included.
RETURN OF MATERIAL: No goods will be accepted for return without a return authorization number from the factory. A 25% restocking fee is charged on returns, freight prepaid.
FORCE MAJEURE: If the performance of any part of this contract by Seller is rendered commercially impracticable by reason of any strike, fire, flood, accident, or any other contingency,
the non-occurrence of which was a basic assumption of this contract including war, embargo, government regulation, or any unforeseen shutdown of major supply sources or other like
causes beyond the control of Seller such as cannot be circumvented by reasonable diligence and without unusual expense, Seller shall be excused from such performance in whole or in
part to the extent that it is prevented and for as long a period of time as these conditions render Seller's performance commercially impractical.
LAW: This Agreement shall be governed by the internal laws of the State of New Jersey, USA, and any claims arising hereunder shall be prosecuted in the US District Court having
jurisdiction of causes arising in the District in which Seller is located. CISG (the Convention for the International Sale of Goods) is expressly rejected.
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