Warm Air Curtain Heaters

Warm Air Curtain Heaters
Consort Equipment Products Ltd
Registered Office: Thornton Industrial Estate
Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire, SA73 2RT
Tel: 01646 692172 Fax: 01646 695195
BS EN ISO 9001 Registered Company No FM12671
INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS FOR
Warm Air Curtain Heaters
Catalogue Number: HE8320 4.5kW & HE7426 6kW- 230/240V
PLEASE RETAIN THIS LEAFLET FOR FUTURE MAINTENANCE
MODELS
INSTALLATION
These units are 1035mm wide 4.5kW & 6kW modular heaters
designed for mounting above doorways and similar entrances, and
may be used as space heaters. 622mm 3kW and 4.5kW modules are
also available.
Carefully unpack the unit and remove the top cover fixing screws.
The heater may be mounted using the mounting bracket provided.
MOUNTING
When mounted over a standard shop doorway the unit should be
fitted as low as possible and not more than 2.3 meters from ground
level. A single unit will provide reasonable coverage for a one metre
doorway, and for wider doorways units can be mounted end to end.
The unit should be positioned so that the airflow is not obstructed by
any part of the doorframe.
Loosen mounting screws, allowing the mounting bracket to be
removed from the unit. Making sure that the mounting bracket is
horizontal, fix the bracket to the wall using 4 x No 8 wood screws.
Place the unit on the mounting bracket ensuring the washers are
spaced as shown on diagram 2 (a plain washer either side of the
mounting bracket).
Tighten screws to hold the unit at the required angle.
Fig 2
WALL BRACKET ASSEMBLY
The heater may also be mounted directly onto a suitable wall or
bearer by four No. 8 wood screws through the holes provided in the
back of the unit casing. Keyhole slots are provided for the top two
fixings (fig 1).
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Fig 1
OUTLINE DRAWING
These units are suitable for connection to a 230/240 volt 50 Hz single
phase ac supply. The heaters consume 4.5kW & 6kW respectively at
240 volts when switched to the full heat position.
Model HE8320 – 4.5kW
Model HE7426 – 6kW
The appliance should be connected to the supply via a circuit in
which there is an all-pole switch. Test for correct operation and
refit the cover.
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Fig 3
WIRING DIAGRAM
blades. A single drop of light oil should be applied to the motor
bearing from time to time.
NOTE: This unit is suitable for remote control operation, with the
use of remote control switch part no. HE8407. The two
independent feeds must be used on 6kW heaters as shown on the
diagram.
PROTECTION (Thermal Cut-out)
The units are protected in the event of fan failure, or an obstruction
of the free airflow, by thermal PTC Self Hold Cut-outs. Having
tripped, the PTC cut-out remains open, effectively switching off the
heating elements, as long as mains power is available inside the
appliance.
TO RESET THE PTC SELF-HOLD CUT-OUT
DO NOT ADJUST BY HAND ANY COMPONENTS
a)
b)
c)
The cut-out is reset by switching OFF mains power to the
appliance.
Allow the appliance to cool for 20 minutes.
Restart, switch ON the appliance. If the cut-out trips again a
qualified electrician should be consulted.
TO REPLACE A SWITCH
a)
b)
Fig 4
REMOTE CONTROL – HE8407
For safety reasons a sound earth connection must always be made to
the unit before it is put to use. The unit should be wired in
accordance with IEE Regulations for the Electrical Equipment of
Buildings.
NOTE: The unit MUST be reliably earthed.
OPERATION
c)
d)
e)
TO REPLACE THE FAN HEATER ASSEMBLY
a)
b)
c)
The right hand switch connects the mains supply to the fan motor
(giving a cool airflow) and energises the heat control switches.
d)
HEAT CONTROL HE8230
e)
When the centre switch (marked with a single black dot) is depressed
the heat output is 1.5kW. When the left-hand switch (marked with
two black dots) is depressed the heat output is 3kW. When both
switches are depressed the heat output is 4.5kW.
f)
HEAT CONTROL HE7426
When the centre switch (marked with a single bar) is depressed the
heat output is 3kW. When the left-hand switch (marked with a single
bar) is depressed the heat output is 3kW. When both switches are
depressed the heat output is 6kW.
MAINTENANCE
Always ensure that the main external electricity supply is switched
off before attending to the servicing of your Claudgen Screen-Zone
heater.
Remove the top cover.
Release the three fixings which secure the switch bracket to the
right hand side of the main case.
Remove the push-on connectors, noting their position.
Remove by compressing the plastic retaining tabs, and lifting
out the switch.
Insert the new switch, refit and push on connectors in the
correct order, test and reassemble.
Remove the top cover.
Disconnect the internal wiring from the main terminal block and
earth stud.
Release the three fixings which secure the switch bracket to the
right hand of the main case.
Remove the four nuts and washers fixing the fan heater
assembly to the back of the case.
The fan heater assembly can now be eased forward and
removed from the heater case.
Fit replacement fan heater and reassemble in reverse order.
SPARES
It is essential when ordering spares or replacement parts to state the
model number and the serial number on the rating place fixed to the
top of the unit.
In the interest of progress the Company reserve the right to vary
specifications from time to time without notice. The material listed
is offered subject to the Company’s General Conditions of Sale, a
copy of which can be obtained on request.
NOTE: DO NOT COVER any of the air inlet or outlet grills, at any
time.
To obtain best results from your heater it is necessary to avoid the
build up of dust and dirt within the unit and on the air inlet and
discharge grills. For this reason regular cleaning is necessary, paying
particular attention to the removal of dirt build up on the rotor
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