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Chromalox
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Installation Instructions
SERVICE REFERENCE
DIVISION
and
RENEWAL PARTS IDENTIFICATION
4
SALES
REFERENCE
SECTION
CXH-A
PF490-5
(Supersedes PF490-4)
161-302421-004
JULY, 2004
DATE
2”
Forced Air Heater
for Hazardous Locations
2”
E
CXH-A-03 EP to CXH-A-35 EP
Class I - Groups C & D, Div. 1 & 2
Class II - Groups E, F & G
T3B - 165˚C (329˚F)
A
B
D
A
11-1/16”
C
Table A – Specifications
Model
kW
CXH-A-03
3
CXH-A-05
5
CXH-A-07
7.5
CXH-A-10
10
CXH-A-15
15
CXH-A-18
CXH-A-20
CXH-A-25
CXH-A-30
CXH-A-35
18
20
25
30
35
© 2010 Chromalox, Inc.
Voltage and Phase
208/240V-1 or 3Ø
480/575V-3Ø
208/240V-1 or 3Ø
480/575V-3Ø
208/240V-1 or 3Ø
480/575V-3Ø
240V-1 or 3Ø
208/480/575V-3Ø
208/240/480V
575V-3Ø
240V-3Ø
480/575V-3Ø
480/575V-3Ø
480/575V-3Ø
480/575V-3Ø
5/8” UNC Tapped
Mounting Hole
Locations
Overall Dimensions
(In.)
Horiz. Air
Discharge
(Ft.)
BTUH
CFM
Wt.
(Lbs.)
A
B
C
D
E
28
10,236
700
127
19-1/8
23-7/8
21
3-1/2
13-5/8
28
17,060
700
127
19-1/8
23-7/8
21
3-1/2
13-5/8
32
25,590
840
133
19-1/8
23-7/8
21
3-1/2
13-5/8
32
34,120
840
138
19-1/8
23-7/8
21
3-1/2
13-5/8
47
51,180
1450
150
25
27-7/8
21
4-13/32
17-5/8
43
43
54
54
54
61,420
68,240
85,300
102,360
119,420
1400
1400
2330
2330
2330
165
165
200
200
200
25
25
32-1/8
32-1/8
32-1/8
27-7/8
27-7/8
31-7/8
31-7/8
31-7/8
21
21
21-3/4
21-3/4
21-3/4
4-13/32
4-13/32
5-1/2
5-1/2
5-1/2
17-5/8
17-5/8
21-5/8
21-5/8
21-5/8
WARNING
7. All unused threaded openings not used for supply wiring must be
fitted with threaded plugs approved for use in hazardous locations.
8. All unit electrical installation fittings, conduit, wiring and seals
must meet NEC and local codes for hazardous locations.
9. External line fusing or circuit breaker protection is required.
10. Hi limit cutouts must never be bypassed in the control circuit.
11. Alarm pilot lamp, if supplied, will turn on if the high limit control
actuates. Steady on lamp indicates manual reset protector has
tripped. This could result if the heat exchanger is obstructed
(dirty), inlet air restricted or fan not turning. Shut off power to
unit and refer to repair procedures section of instruction sheet.
12. Mounting clearances on nameplate must be observed.
13. Use copper wire for supply connections according to size and rating on nameplate.
14. Do not install any type of gasket material on any of the electrical
junction box cover surfaces.
15. Do not attempt to override louver stops or operate unit with louvers fully closed.
Failure to understand and follow these installation instructions
and the WARNING notes contained therein may result in severe
personal injury, death or substantial property damage.
1. To reduce the risk of ignition of hazardous atmospheres:
In accordance with the National Electrical Code, do not install
where operating temperature code exceeds the ignition temperature of the hazardous atmosphere. Use only in atmospheres having an ignition temperature higher than 165˚ C (329˚ F).
2. Disconnect from supply circuit before opening enclosures.
3. Hazard of Electric Shock. Heater must be effectively grounded in
accordance with N.E.C. to eliminate shock hazard.
4. Heat exchanger contains Propylene Glycol under pressure at operating temperature. A material safety data sheet (MSDS) is available from Chromalox upon request. Should leakage occur,
remove unit from service and investigate cause.
5. Keep all electrical enclosure covers tightly closed and secured
with all bolts and threads. Cover joints must be clean before
replacing covers.
6. Install and operate in upright position only. Refer to Figure 3 for
level requirements. Failure to comply will cause overheating of
the element and shutting down the unit by tripping the high temperature cutout.
Integral, heavy duty
magnetic contactor
Explosion-proof
(NEMA 7 and 9)
controls enclosure
Mounting bolt
hanger connections
Explosion
proof motor
Polyester powder-coated
heavy gauge steel corrosion
resistant cabinet
Overpressure
protection device
Motor connections
wiring access
Heavy gauge adjustable
louver with minimum
opening stops - to direct air flow
Removable front cover
for ease of cleaning
Convenient terminal
block for room
thermostat connection
High efficiency heat
exchanger with integral
aluminum-finned steel tubes
Protective housing
for immersion heater
terminal enclosure
Heavy duty immersion heater assembly
with manual reset limit control and
NEMA 7 and 9 terminal enclosure
Optional service light to
indicate when unit
needs servicing
Built-in 120V control
circuit transformer
(Optional 24V available)
GENERAL
supplied with either 24 or 120V internal control circuit voltage.
The heater is designed for use with an external hazardous location
thermostat or optional built-in thermostat.
The CXH-A series units rated 3 through 35 kW are designed
for operation in Class I, Div. 1, Groups C & D and Class II, Div.
1, Groups E, F and G hazardous atmospheres having an ignition
temperature of 165˚C (329˚F) or higher. They are designed for
comfort heating and should not be operated in ambient temperatures exceeding 40˚C (104˚F). All units in Table A are UL listed.
The units are easily adapted for wall, ceiling or pole mounting.
Refer to Figure 4 on Page 3 for mounting information. They are
The standard heater is designed to operate up to 7500
feet (2,286m) altitude. Consult factory for specific recommendations when using the units at higher altitudes.
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INSTALLATION
the use of a mounting kit (ceiling, wall or pole) available from
Chromalox. (Figures 5, 6 and 7)
The ceiling or wall mounting surface and the anchoring provision must be sufficient to support the combined weights of the
unit and mounting hardware.
If using mounting hardware or a supporting structure not
supplied by Chromalox, the unit should be suspended from the
supporting structure thru the two mounting points on top of the
unit with 5/8 NC bolts and lockwashers. If single point mounting
is desired, order the correct size Chromalox adapter bracket (P/N
027-302361-001 for 12” fan units, P/N 027-302361-002 for 16”
fan units) and P/N 027-302361-003 for 20” fan units. This bracket
is designed to hold the unit over its center of gravity with a 1 dia.
bolt. The maximum tilt angles as shown in Figure 3 must not be
exceeded in either direction during operation and installation.
Failure to comply will cause high limit shut down.
FIRE/EXPLOSION HAZARD. Mount only in upright
position and observe nameplate mounting clearances.
Heater Location instructions:
Arrange units so their discharge air streams:
A. are subjected to a minimum of interference from columns,
machinery and partitions.
B. wipe exposed walls without blowing directly at them.
C. are directed away from room occupants in comfort heating.
D. are directed along the windward side when installed in a
building exposed to a prevailing wind.
Locate thermostat on interior partition walls or posts away
from cold drafts, internal heat sources and away from heater discharge air streams.
Small rooms can be heated by one unit heater. Where two
walls are exposed, the heater should be mounted as shown in
Figure 2. Large rooms require multi-unit installations. Number
and capacity of units will be determined by volume of building
and square feet of floor area to be heated. Arrange units to provide perimeter air circulation where each unit supports the air
stream from another.
The CXH-A hazardous location heaters are designed for use
only in a permanently mounted upright position. We recommend
EXPOSED
ED
EXPOS
EX
PO
SE
D
PO
EX
D
SE
D
O
SE
P
EX
D
EXPOSE
Figure 2
Maximum Out of Plane Allowance
1/2" Max
13mm
1/2" Max
13mm
Figure 3
Heater may be mounted on a shelf or stand from the bottom.
Be sure that mounting clearances are maintained and that bottom
of unit has at least 1 clearance underneath it. This is necessary for
good air circulation and servicing of heat exchanger. All mounting methods must allow for removal of front cover.
The mounting and anchoring provisions must take into
account the unit vibration and cantilevered loading when wall or
pole mounted. One of the Chromalox mounting kits shown in
Figures 5, 6 and 7 must be used whenever possible.
The heaters may be mounted at any convenient height above
floor. The minimum spacings shown in Figure 4 should be maintained to adjacent walls and ceiling. If floor heat is desired, do not
mount higher than 8 to 10 feet above floor.
Controlling thermostats to individual heaters should be
mounted at shoulder height on inside walls or columns and clear
of the discharge air stream of the unit. Allow at least 4 in front of
heater for air stream to discharge freely.
Do not mount mercury type thermostat directly on unit,
vibration could cause malfunction.
Installation Clearances
5/8 NC (2)
Thds. For
Mounting
102mm Min. (4")
Figure 4
204mm
Min.
(8")
3
102mm
Min.
(4")
2"
MOUNTING KITS
Wall Mount Kit
Model # WMB-12 12” Fan (3-10 kW)
Model # WMB-16 16” Fan (15-20 kW)
Model # WMB-20 20” Fan (25-35 kW)
12” Fan - 16-3/4”
16” Fan - 18-1/2”
20” Fan - 22”
Wall
Bracket
1”ø Hardware % Bolt
Single Point
Swivel Mount
Supplied
Pole or Wall Mount Kit
Model # PMB-12 12” Fan (3-10 kW)
Model # PMB-16 16” Fan (15-20 kW)
Model # PMB-20 20” Fan (25-35 kW)
Heater Mounting
Bracket Arm &
Hardware
1/2 ø Hardware
Not Supplied
P
Adapter Bracket
Supplied
with 5/8 Bolts
Adapter Bracket
& 5/8 NC Hardware
Supplied
Pole Support
Single Point
Swivel 4”ø
Supplied
Bracket
P
ø 3/8 Hardware
Cust. Supplied
5-1/2” - 12” Fan
5-1/8” - 16” Fan
6-3/8” - 20” Fan
Figure 5
CXH-03EP through CXH-10
CXH-10EP through CXH-20
CXH-25EP through CXH-35
ø 1/2 x 4” U-Bolts
& Hardware
Cust. Supplied
P=10”
P=11-1/2”
P=14-1/2”
Ceiling Mount Kit
Model # HMK-00
4-9/16
Swivel Ceiling
Hanger S/A &
Hardware
Pole Base
4-7/8
5/8” ø Hex Nuts &
Washers
ø 5/8 Rods Length to suit
1” Min. Threaded Ends
Customer Supplied
Supplied for
Installation
Top & Bottom
Figure 7
Electrical
Components
6” Ref.
3-1/2” SCH. 40 Pipe
or 4” O.D. X .25 Wall
Tube Cust. Supplied
Length to Suit
Cust. Supplied ø 1/2 Mounting
Hardware. Bracket Spacing
suitable for use with 4” U-Bolts
Figure 6
CXH-03 through CXH-10
CXH-10 through CXH-20
CXH-25 through CXH-35
3/8” ø Hardware
Required for
Mounting Cust. Supplied
P=10”
P=11-1/2”
P=14-1/2”
Unit Top View
Transformer
1” NPT
Jumper Wire
1” NPT
Top Line Supply
Entry
Pilot Lamp
(Opt.)
Contactor
1/2” NPT
Thermostat Entry
Heat
Exchanger
Wiring
Compartment
5/8-11 Threaded
Mounting Holes (2)
Figure 9
Figure 10
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WIRING AND WIRING DIAGRAMS
4. The fan motor is factory wired at the same voltage, and phase as
the heating elements. All motors are thermally protected and connected to the main supply contactor. On three phase units, it is
necessary to verify that the fan rotation is correct. Air stream
discharge must be out front of unit. After connecting unit to line
and closing all covers tightly, energize unit momentarily. If air
does not exit front louvers, reverse any two supply leads at the
box lugs on the contactor or at the supply disconnect.
5. Either of two 1 NPT rigid conduit openings with integral stops
may be used for connection to supply line. (See Figure 9 and 10
for locations) Use only NEC approval hazardous locations means
of wiring such as mineral insulated cable and fittings or rigid conduit and seal fittings located as required by installation codes.
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD. Disconnect all power
before installing or servicing heater. Failure to do so
could result in personal injury or property damage.
Heater must be installed by a qualified person in accordance with the National Electrical Code, NFPA 70.
ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD. Any installation involving
electric heaters must be performed by a qualified
person and must be effectively grounded in accordance with the National Electrical Code to eliminate
shock hazard.
1. Loosen and remove bolts securing the main terminal enclosure
cover on side of unit. Connect heater to line supply wires at the
box lugs located on the contactor according the voltage and frequency specified on the nameplate (see Figure 9). Refer to the
appropriate wiring diagram which also appears on the inside
cover of this enclosure (see Table B and diagrams on page 6).
EXPLOSION HAZARD. All unused conduit openings
must be fitted with plugs that are U.L. recognized for
use in hazardous locations.
6. Heaters may be provided with a built-in control switch and/or
thermostat. If not, they should be controlled by an externally
mounted disconnect switch and/or separately mounted thermostat
as shown in the appropriate wiring diagram on page 6. In case of
malfunction, the personnel in the area should be aware of location
of heater disconnect.
7. Installation must include appropriate over current protection
devices (fusing or circuit breakers) as required by the National
Electric Code in the supply line to the unit. Refer to nameplate for
proper current ratings.
8. To operate heaters from an externally mounted hazardous location
thermostat, a terminal block is provided for connection (Figures 9
and 10). Remove the factory installed jumper across T2 and T3 on
the terminal strip. Wire the thermostat contact leads to these terminals. The built in control transformer supplies the unit with
either 24V or 120V for internal unit operation. This voltage will
appear across the thermostat contacts when they are open. The
minimum thermostat contact rating should be 1 amp @ 120 VAC.
Refer to nameplate for control voltage of unit. The 1/2 NPT conduit wiring entry on top of the terminal enclosure should be used
to wire the thermostat to the heater (Figure 10).
9. Protection against overheating is provided by a manual reset limit
control located within the heat exchanger wiring compartment.
(Figure 9) Activation of the control will open the control circuit
and energize the pilot lamp (if supplied). If normal airflow is
restricted, or stopped, the unit will be cycled off by the manual
reset cutout. The manual reset limit control is also designed to
shut down the unit completely if the fluid level is low or other
heater malfunction occurs.
EXPLOSION HAZARD. Cover joints must be clean
before replacing cover. Do not use any gasket material on joint surfaces.
2. Use copper conductors only for supply wires. Refer to nameplate and Table B for size and rating required.
3. Connect supply line ground conductor to the box lug provided
on the base plate below contactor input lugs.
Table B – Supply Wiring Requirements
Supply Wire
Model
kW
Phase
Volts
90˚C Size
(ga)
Max Fuse
Amps
Wiring
Diagram #
CXH-A-03
CXH-A-03
CXH-A-03
CXH-A-03
CXH-A-03
CXH-A-03
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
3
1
3
3
3
208
208
240
240
480
575
10
12
10
12
12
12
25
15
20
15
15
15
I
II
I
II
II
II
CXH-A-05
CXH-A-05
CXH-A-05
CXH-A-05
CXH-A-05
CXH-A-05
5
5
5
5
5
5
1
3
1
3
3
3
208
208
240
240
480
575
8
10
8
10
12
12
35
20
30
20
15
15
I
II
I
II
II
II
CXH-A-07
CXH-A-07
CXH-A-07
CXH-A-07
CXH-A-07
CXH-A-07
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
1
3
1
3
3
3
208
208
240
240
480
575
6
8
6
8
12
12
50
30
45
25
15
15
I
II
I
II
II
II
CXH-A-10
CXH-A-10
CXH-A-10
CXH-A-10
CXH-A-10
10
10
10
10
10
3
1
3
3
3
208
240
240
480
575
8
4
8
10
12
40
60
35
20
15
II
I
II
II
II
CXH-A-15
CXH-A-15
CXH-A-15
CXH-A-15
15
15
15
15
3
3
3
3
208
240
480
575
4
6
8
10
60
50
25
20
II
II
II
II
CXH-A-18
18
3
240
4
60
II
CXH-A-20
CXH-A-20
20
20
3
3
480
575
8
8
35
30
II
II
CXH-A-25
CXH-A-25
25
25
3
3
480
575
8
8
40
35
II
II
CXH-A-30
CXH-A-30
30
30
3
3
480
575
6
8
50
40
II
II
CXH-A-35
CXH-A-35
35
35
3
3
480
575
4
6
60
50
II
II
Manual reset limit control must never be bypassed in
the control circuit. If the limit actuates, shut down
unit and investigate cause of abnormal operation. Do
not reenergize until the problem has been corrected.
Users should install adequate back-up controls and
safety devices with their electric heating equipment.
If the back-up controls are to be located in the hazardous area, they must be approved for use in the
class of location. Where the consequences of failure
may be severe, back-up controls are essential.
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WIRING DIAGRAMS
DIAGRAM I
Refer to Name Plate for Input Voltage
1PH
L1 L2
Optional
Disconnect
Switch
GND
Transformer Color Code Tabulation
PRI
VOLT.
C1
Elements
H1
H2
X1
X2
208
240
380
415
415
480
575/600
M
1 PH
PRI. XFMR
LEAD CLRS.
120V SEC
LEAD CLRS.
24V SEC
LEAD CLRS.
H1
BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK
X1
BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK
X1
YEL
YEL
YEL
YEL
YEL
YEL
H2
RED
ORG
VIO
YEL
BRN
BLK/RED
GRY
X2
WHT
WHT
WHT
WHT
WHT
WHT
X2
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
Motor
Optional
Refer to Nameplate
for Transformer
Voltage
C1
R
Auxiliary
Contactor
T3
DIAGRAM II
C1
Contactor Coil
T2
Manual Reset
High Limit
Remove this wire
when using a
thermostat
Built in or
External
Thermostat
Refer to Name Plate for Input Voltage
3PH
L1 L2 L3
Transformer Color Code Tabulation
Optional
Disconnect
Switch
GND
PRI
VOLT.
C1
Elements
H1
H2
X1
X2
Factory Wiring
Optional or Customer Wiring
Alarm
208
240
380
415
415
480
575/600
PRI. XFMR
LEAD CLRS.
120V SEC
LEAD CLRS.
24V SEC
LEAD CLRS.
H1
BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK
X1
BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK
BLK
X1
YEL
YEL
YEL
YEL
YEL
YEL
H2
RED
ORG
VIO
YEL
BRN
BLK/RED
GRY
X2
WHT
WHT
WHT
WHT
WHT
WHT
M
3 PH
Motor
Refer to Nameplate
for Transformer
Voltage
Optional
C1
R
Auxiliary
Contactor
T3
Built in or
External
Thermostat
Alarm
C1
Contactor Coil
T2
Manual Reset
High Limit Control
Remove this wire
when using a
thermostat
6
Factory Wiring
Optional or Customer Wirin
X2
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
BLU
MODEL NUMBER DESCRIPTION
CXH-A
10
4
3
30
30 = 24V Controls
32 = 120V Controls
Heater Voltage
2 = 240V 6 = 575V
3 = 380V 8 = 208V
4 = 480V 9 = 600V
5 = 415V
Heating Element Rating
03 = 3.0 kW 18 = 18.0 kW
05 = 5.0 kW 20 = 20.0 kW
07 = 7.5 kW 25 = 25.0 kW
10 = 10.0 kW 30 = 30.0 kW
15 = 15.0 kW 35 = 35.0 kW
40
Phase
1 = 1 Phase
3 = 3 Phase
1
1 = Ethylene Group C & D, E, F, G T3B
2 = Propylene Group C & D, E, F, G T3B
3 = Ethylene Group C, D, F, G T3B
4 = Propylene Group C, D, F, G T3B
00 = No Thermostat
40 = Thermostat
Electric Blower Unit Heater for Hazardous Locations
1
EP
Explosion Proof
0 = No Options
1 = 15 or 30 Amp Disconn. Switch
2 = 60 Amp Disconn. Switch
3 = Pilot Light
4 = Pilot Light and 30 Amp
Disconn. Switch
5 = Pilot Light and 60 Amp
Disconn. Switch
6 = Summer Fan Switch
7 = Summer Fan Switch, Pilot Light
8 = Disconn. Switch with Summer
Fan Switch
9 = Disconn. Switch, Pilot Light
with Summer Fan Switch
OPERATION
2. The finned structure of the heat exchanger must be kept clean and
free of accumulated dust and dirt. The cabinet front panel is easily
removed providing access to the heater core for periodic cleaning.
3. Unit should not be operated with louvers fully closed. Mechanical
stops are incorporated into the design of the cabinet to limit the
degree of closure. Do not force the louvers beyond these stops.
4. If specified, units are supplied with a built in alarm pilot lamp
which will energize if the manual reset control has a been activated. During unit startup, the lamp will flash on momentarily to verify its operation.
EXPLOSION HAZARD. Heater should not be operated
in ambient temperature higher than 40˚C (104˚F) or in
atmospheres corrosive to the heater itself.
1. The CXH-A unit heaters use a sealed water-glycol filled heat
exchanger. The electric immersion elements transfer heat energy
directly to the fluid generating a fluid/vapor mixture which releases its heat energy to the finned radiator as it rises and recondenses
back to the bottom reservoir to be reheated. This cycle will continue as long as fan forced air is available on the finned structure
to remove the heat to the airstream.
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
Maintenance and repair must be performed by qualified personnel only.
I. REPLACING THE HEAT EXCHANGER
EXPLOSION/ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD. Disconnect
all power before opening enclosure covers or servicing heater. Failure to comply could result in personal
injury or property damage.
BURN HAZARD. Be sure heat exchanger and fluid has
been allowed to cool to 110˚F before proceeding.
1. Periodically inspect all electrical connections and terminals to
avoid electrical wiring difficulties. Inspect all wiring for frayed or
worn insulation.
2. Periodically and before each heating season, clean the finned heat
exchanger and fan inlet with compresses air, vacuum, or water jet.
Be sure all electrical covers are tightly closed.
3. If heat output seems to be low, check amperage draw on each element. Compare measured values to the correct currents as listed
on the unit nameplate.
4. The thermally protected fan motor is permanently lubricated and
sealed. No field servicing is required or should be attempted.
Replace only with a factory supplied identical motor. Failure to
do so will void the factory warranty and may expose the user to
risk of ignition of hazardous atmospheres.
5. Check fan blade to be sure that set screws are tight and there are
no cracks or looseness in the blades. Use factory supplied replacement blade only.
6. Check for any sign of leaking from the heat exchanger. Too little
fluid will cause the manual high limit to trip.
7. The sealed heat exchanger contains a glycol/water solution of
propylene glycol. Ethylene glycol is supplied for arctic duty conditions only. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. If ingestion should
occur, seek medical attention immediately. In case of eyes or skin
contact, wash affected areas with large amounts of water. The
MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheet) for these materials is
available upon request.
1. Detach the cabinet front by removing screws from all sides of unit
and pulling cover forward off cabinet shell. Detach bottom panel by
removing two screws on each side and two screws in the rear.
Remove the electrical control enclosure lid. Disconnect the heater
and high limit wires from the electrical control enclosure. Loosen
electrical conduit union located between the heater housing and the
electrical control enclosure. Support the lower end of the heat
exchanger and loosen the three hex head bolts which hold it to the
sheet metal. Lower the heat exchanger away from the sheet metal.
Reverse the above procedure when installing a new heat exchanger.
II. RESETTING MANUAL RESET LIMIT CONTROL
EXPLOSION HAZARD. Be sure that all enclosure covers are replaced and tightly closed before re-energizing unit after servicing electrical components.
High limit controls must never be bypassed in control
circuit.
The factory must perform the replacement of the
immersion heater or overtemperature cutout. The
heat exchanger seal must not be broken. Consult factory for service.
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MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
E. Remove 4 bolts in motor base holding it to rear cabinet shelf.
See Figure 13.
F. Remove 4 screws holding fan guard to cabinet.
The occurrence of the manual reset limit control to trip is an
abnormal condition. Care should be taken to determine the exact
reason that the high limit control tripped. Possible problem areas
could be dirty heat exchanger, blocked air inlet or outlet,
fan/motor malfunction, too high operating ambient, incorrect
operating voltage, or leaking heat exchanger. In the event that the
heat exchanger is defective, it must be replaced.
1. The manual reset limit control is located in the heating element
hazardous location enclosure on the heat exchanger which is
covered by the sheet metal housing attached to the side of the
unit. To gain access, remove the four sheet metal screws holding
the sheet metal cover in place and unthread the cast aluminum
enclosure lid. (See Figure 11.) The manual reset limit control
device has a small reset button protruding from the center of its
back housing. Depress this button in to reset the control.
Replace the aluminum enclosure lid and sheet metal cover.
Figure 13
G. Unthread union at motor wiring outlet nipple connection.
Carefully lift the motor, fan blade, and guard off of the cabinet.
H. Note position of fan blade on motor shaft. Loosen the two set
screws to remove the fan blade and key from shaft motor.
I. Place guard and fan blade on replacement motor shaft in same
locations as original motor. Align key ways in hub and shaft.
Insert key flush with fan hub and tighten the two hub set
screws.
J. Feed motor wires back into conduit and reposition motor back
on unit. Center fan blade in opening and rotate to be sure that
it clears housing and guard.
K. Thread motor nipple connection into conduit union and tighten (5 threads minimum). Replace bolts in motor base and reattach fan guard to back of housing in four places. Recheck
blade rotation and tighten all hardware.
L. Trim all motor leads extending out of the conduit to 6 lengths.
Strip off 3/8 of insulation at cut ends. Using the motor nameplate, previous notes, and marked wires, reconnect the motor
for the unit voltage rating as indicated on the heater nameplate. Re-attach the ground wire to the connection inside the
enclosure. Replace cover and tighten securely.
M. Check fan rotation by momentarily energizing the unit. Air
must exit at cabinet front. Reverse any 2 leads at contactor or
line supply disconnect to reverse rotation of three phase
motor.
5-3/4"
5-3/4"
Figure 11
III. FAN MOTOR AND BLADE
1. The motor is a sealed unit that requires no lubrication. If the
motor is defective, it must be replaced with an original factory
supplied motor. (See renewal parts section.)
2. To replace the motor, proceed as follows:
A. Disconnect the unit from power supply.
B. (Units with motor splice box) Remove 4 bolts and cover of
motor splice box (See Figure 12).
C. (Units without motor splice box) Remove 16 bolts and cover
of main control enclosure.
D. Note wire connections for future reference and disconnect all
wires leading to the motor. All motor wires are permanently
marked according to the nameplate on the motor.
3. Removal of fan blade does not require that the motor wiring be
disturbed. To clean, service or change the fan blade proceed as
follows:
A. Remove the four carriage bolts holding the motor base in
place on the cabinet platform. Mark the platform to reposition
at same location.
B. Loosen the four screws on the cabinet back holding the fan
guard in place.
C. Pull the motor to the rear extending the conduit connection at
the electrical enclosure. Fan blade and hub set screws can now
be accessed by tilting the guard rearward at top or bottom
back over the motor shell.
IV. ELECTRICAL COMPONENT SERVICING
EXPLOSION/ELECTRIC SHOCK HAZARD. Disconnect
all power before opening enclosure covers or servicing heater. Failure to comply could result in personal
injury or property damage.
When provided, the following components are located in the cast
aluminum hazardous location enclosure. Remove cover and
retaining bolts to gain access the following items (See Figure 16):
Figure 12
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MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
which is held tight to the enclosure with a locking nut on the
inside of the enclosure. It must be re-tightened if loosened before
reuse. Replace the lamp with a 656 type bulb at the correct control
voltage for the unit (120V or 24). Secure the lens cap (5 threads
minimum) against the locking ring and tighten securely before reenergizing unit. Lamp should flash on momentarily when unit is
energized. See renewal parts section for part number of replacement bulbs.
1. CONTROL TRANSFORMER
This item is located in the electrical enclosure. It may be replaced
while in the enclosure. To service or replace remove the quick
connect wires and mark their locations. Remove two screws
which hold the transformer in place. Note transformer orientation
and voltage labels on top. Replace transformer in the same orientation and connect wires. Replace the cast aluminum cover and
bolt down.
2. CONTACTOR
This component can be removed from the base plate while in the
enclosure. Follow the same steps as indicated for the transformer
replacement.
3. ALARM PILOT LAMP (OPTIONAL)
To replace the bulb, unscrew the red lens bezel while holding the
lock ring until disengaged. Avoid turning the entire assembly
Figure 14
CXH-A with Built in Disconnect Switch
(Must use HMK-00 Ceiling Mounting Kit)
Figure 15
CXH-A with Built in Thermostat
RENEWAL PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Publication Number
PF458
PF461
PF462
Title
Mounting Kits for Model CXH-EP
Material Safety Data Sheet Chromakool EG
Material Safety Data Sheet Chromakool PG
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RENEWAL PARTS IDENTIFICATION
Electrical Control Voltage
Contactor
Transformer 208/240/480 PRI
Transformer 575 PRI
Aux. Contactor
Transformer 380/415 PRI
Transformer CXH-B
24V
120V
072-304551-002
315-304252-002
315-304252-005
072-304551-102
315-304252-006
—
072-304551-008
315-304252-001
315-304252-003
072-304551-102
315-304252-007
315-304252-008
Transformer
Contactor
Figure 16
15
19
17
33
35
16
1
50
50
51
52
27
31
34
30
32
25
49
28
8
27
44
29
75
26
15
CO
15
6
10
62
12
Figure 17
10
9
MANUFACTURER PART NUMBER BREAKDOWN
(LOCATED ON UNIT NAMEPLATE)
CXH-A-
- - - EP
Shown in Figure 17
Common Parts
Item#
1
6
8
9
10
12
14
15
16
17
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
44
50
51
52
62
75
Description
Panel wrapper
Panel Bottom
Panel Front
Louver
Washer Shoulder
Spring
Terminal Box Cover
Screw 10-32
Fan Blade
Fan Guard
Enclosure
Bolt 3/8-16, 1.5 lg
Washer flat
Washer lock
Hex Nut 3/8-16
Plug conduit 1/2"
Plug conduit 1"
Union conduit 3/4"
Union conduit 3/4"
Conduit Box
Conduit 3/4"
Plug conduit 3/4"
Bolt 5/16-18
Washer
Nut 5/16-18
Cover Exp. Proof
Conduit 3/4
Code CXH-A-03
05, 07&10
Part No.
CXH-A-15,
18 & 20
Part No.
CXH-A-25,
30 & 35
Part No.
207-303891-001
207-303881-001
207-303883-001
182-303884-001
328-302074-002
276-130368-001
080-302079-001
248-073662-002
Consult Factory
134-302063-004
347-304561-001
345-075603-263
328-075528-085
328-075571-011
200-075473-044
221-302180-001
221-302180-003
354-302165-001
354-302243-001
Consult factory
Consult factory
221-302180-002
345-075603-218
328-075571-010
200-075473-039
080-042350-007
069-115087-049
207-303891-002
207-303881-002
207-303883-002
182-303884-002
328-302074-002
276-130368-001
080-302079-001
248-073662-002
Consult Factory
134-302063-005
347-304561-001
345-075603-263
328-075528-085
328-075571-011
200-075473-044
221-302180-001
221-302180-003
354-302165-001
354-302243-001
069-304115-002
Consult factory
221-302180-002
345-075603-218
328-075571-010
200-075473-039
080-042350-007
069-115087-079
207-303891-003
207-303881-003
207-303883-003
182-303884-003
328-302074-002
276-130368-001
080-302079-001
248-073662-002
Consult Factory
134-302063-006
347-304561-001
345-075603-263
328-075528-085
328-075571-011
200-075473-044
221-302180-001
221-302180-003
354-302165-001
354-302243-001
069-304115-002
Consult factory
221-302180-002
345-075603-218
328-075571-010
200-075473-039
080-042350-007
069-115087-093
Optional Equipment Parts
Description
Thermostat
30 Amp Disconnect
60 Amp Disconnect
Pilot Light Ass’y 24V
Pilot Light Ass’y 120V
Pilot Lamp 24V
Pilot Lamp 120V
Model
CXH-A-03-81
CXH-A-03-83
CXH-A-03-21
CXH-A-03-23
CXH-A-03-43
CXH-A-03-63
CXH-A-05-81
CXH-A-05-83
CXH-A-05-21
CXH-A-05-23
CXH-A-05-43
CXH-A-05-63
CXH-A-07-81
CXH-A-07-83
CXH-A-07-21
CXH-A-07-23
CXH-A-07-43
CXH-A-07-63
CXH-A-10-83
CXH-A-10-21
CXH-A-10-23
CXH-A-10-43
CXH-A-10-63
CXH-A-15-83
CXH-A-15-23
CXH-A-15-43
CXH-A-15-63
CXH-A-18-23
CXH-A-20-43
CXH-A-20-63
CXH-A-25-43
CXH-A-25-63
CXH-A-30-43
CXH-A-30-63
CXH-A-35-43
CXH-A-35-63
Part Number
300-113075-003
104-304328-001
104-304328-002
213-121103-017
213-121103-018
172-052561-004
172-052561-003
1/4 HP
Motor
Item 19
193-302087-006
193-302087-007
193-302087-006
193-302087-007
193-302087-007
193-302087-008
193-302087-006
193-302087-007
193-302087-006
193-302087-007
193-302087-007
193-302087-008
193-302087-006
193-302087-007
193-302087-006
193-302087-007
193-302087-007
193-302087-008
193-302087-007
193-302087-006
193-302087-007
193-302087-007
193-302087-008
193-302087-007
193-302087-007
193-302087-007
193-302087-008
193-302087-007
193-302087-007
193-302087-008
1/2 HP Motors
193-302087-009
193-302087-010
193-302087-009
193-302087-010
193-302087-009
193-302087-010
Heat Exchanger*
Item 49
353-304167-001
353-304167-001
353-304167-002
353-304167-002
353-304167-005
353-304167-006
353-304167-008
353-304167-008
353-304167-009
353-304167-009
353-304167-012
353-304167-013
353-304168-001
353-304168-001
353-304168-002
353-304168-002
353-304168-005
353-304168-006
353-304168-008
353-304168-009
353-304168-009
353-304168-012
353-304168-013
353-304169-001
353-304169-002
353-304169-005
353-304169-006
353-304169-008
353-304169-012
353-304169-013
353-304170-003
353-304170-004
353-304170-008
353-304170-009
353-304170-012
353-304170-013
* For arctic duty conditions, heat exchanger with ethylene
glycol are required. Consult factory.
Mounting Kit Adapter
CXH-A-03 through 10
CXH-A-15 through 20
CXH-A-25 through 35
Motor, Element and Heat Exchanger Parts
The factory must perform the replacement of the immersion heater or
overtemperature cutout. The heat
exchanger seal must not be broken.
Consult factory for service.
027-302361-001
027-302361-002
027-302361-003
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Limited Warranty:
Please refer to the Chromalox limited warranty applicable to this product at
http://www.chromalox.com/customer-service/policies/termsofsale.aspx.
2150 N. RULON WHITE BLVD., OGDEN, UT 84404
Phone: 1-800-368-2493
www.chromalox.com
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