Operating Instructions EPS 16 ATEX 1121 X, IECEx EPS

Operating Instructions EPS 16 ATEX 1121 X, IECEx EPS
EPS 16 ATEX 1121 X, IECEx EPS 16.0053X
Solenoid coil Type 06xx
Magnetspule Typ 06xx
Bobine magnétique Type 06xx
Device with II 2G/D Ex approval
Geräte mit II 2G/D Ex Zulassung
Appareils avec mode de protection II 2G/D Ex
Operating Instructions
Bedienungsanleitung
Manuel d‘utilisation
We reserve the right to make technical changes without notice.
Technische Änderungen vorbehalten.
Sous réserve de modifications techniques.
© 2017 Bürkert Werke GmbH & Co. KG
Operating Instructions 1701/00_EU-ML_00810564 / Original DE
EPS 16 ATEX 1121 X
Table of contents
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Operating instruction.................................................. 4
1.1 Definition of terms / abbreviation................................. 4
1.2 Symbols........................................................................ 4
2Authorised use................................................................ 5
2.1 Explosion protection approval...................................... 5
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Basic safety instructions........................................... 6
4General information..................................................... 7
4.1 Contact addresses....................................................... 7
4.2 Warranty....................................................................... 7
4.3 Information on the internet........................................... 7
5Application conditions................................................. 8
5.1 Special conditions........................................................ 8
5.2 Operating conditions.................................................... 8
5.3 Operating temperature range....................................... 9
5.4 Assembly conditions.................................................... 9
5.5 Dimensions................................................................... 9
5.6 Use in gas pumps........................................................ 9
7Installation and removal.......................................... 12
7.1 Safety instructions...................................................... 12
7.2 Installation of the solenoid valve................................ 13
7.3 Electrical connection.................................................. 13
7.4 Removal..................................................................... 14
8Start-up............................................................................. 14
9Maintenance and Repair............................................. 15
9.1 Maintenance work...................................................... 15
9.2 Repair......................................................................... 15
9.3 Troubleshooting.......................................................... 15
10Transportation, Storage, Disposal....................... 15
6Technical data................................................................ 10
6.1 Conformity.................................................................. 10
6.2 Standards................................................................... 10
6.3 Electrical data............................................................. 10
6.4 Electrical connection.................................................. 10
6.5 Type label for explosions-risk areas........................... 11
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Operating instruction
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Operating instruction
The operating instructions describe the entire life cycle of the device.
Keep these instructions ready to hand at the operation site.
Important safety information.
▶▶ Carefully read these instructions.
▶▶ Observe in particular the safety instructions, authorized use
and operating conditions.
▶▶ Persons, who work on the device, must read and understand
these instructions.
1.1
Definition of terms / abbreviation
In these instructions, the term “device” always refers to the solenoid
coil Type 06xx.
•• Ex area: stands for potentially explosive area.
•• Ex approval: stands for approval in the potentially explosive area.
1.2
Symbols
Danger!
Warns of an immediate danger.
▶▶ Failure to observe the warning may result in a fatal or serious
injury.
Warning!
Warns of a potentially dangerous situation.
▶▶ Failure to observe the warning may result in serious injuries or
death. Caution!
Warns of a possible danger.
▶▶ Failure to observe this warning may result in a moderate or
minor injury.
Note!
Warns of damage to property.
Important tips and recommendations.
Refers to information in these operating instructions or in
other documentation.
designates an instruction to prevent risks.
designates a procedure which you must carry out.
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Authorised use
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Authorised use
Unauthorized use of the device may be dangerous to people,
nearby equipment and the environment.
The solenoid coil Type 06xx is used to activate valves which
control the gaseous or liquid media.
▶▶ The device is used exclusively as a solenoid valve for the media
permitted according to data sheet and for use in explosion
groups IIC and IIIC, categories 2G and 2D and temperature
classes T4 and T5.
▶▶ The solenoid coil may be used only for the applications designated in chapter “Application conditions” and in conjunction
with third-party devices and components recommended and
authorized by Bürkert.
▶▶ The applied protection class is encapsulation Ex mb.
▶▶ The device may be used as a category 2 device in gas pumps
to control gasoline.
▶▶ The faultless and reliable operation of the system assumes correct transportation, correct storage and installation as well as
careful operation and maintenance. Any other use is regarded
as unauthorized. Bürkert is not liable for any resulting damage.
The user alone bears the risk.
▶▶ Only use the device for its intended purpose.
2.1
Explosion protection approval
The explosion protection approval is only valid if you use the
modules and components authorized by Bürkert, as described in
these operating instructions.
The solenoid coil Type 06xx may be used only in combination
with the valve types released by Bürkert, otherwise the explosion
protection approval will be terminated. If you make unauthorized
changes to the system, the modules or components, the explosion
protection approval will also be void.
The EU-type examination certificate EPS 16 ATEX 1121 X and
IECEx EPS 16.0053X respectively
Bureau Veritas
Businesspark A96
86842 Türkheim, Germany
Manufacture is audited by (CE 0102):
PTB (Physikalisch Technische Bundesanstalt)
Bundesallee 100
38116 Braunschweig
The EU Type Examination Certificate is available online at:
www.burkert.com
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Basic safety instructions
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Basic safety instructions
These safety instructions do not consider any contingencies or incidents which occur during installation, operation and maintenance.
The operator is responsible for observing the location-specific safety
regulations, also with reference to the personnel.
Risk of explosion.
Following assembly, the solenoid coil is part of a closed system.
If used in the potentially explosive area, there is a risk of explosion
if the system is opened during operation.
▶▶ Do not remove or open the system during operation.
Risk of explosion due to electrostatic discharge.
Danger – high pressure.
▶▶ Before loosening the lines and valves, turn off the pressure
and vent the lines.
Risk of electric shock.
▶▶ Before reaching into the device, switch off the power supply
and secure to prevent reactivation.
▶▶ Observe applicable accident prevention and safety regulations
for electrical equipment.
Risk of burns and risk of fire if used during long-term operation
through hot device surface.
The solenoid coil can get very hot during long-term operation.
▶▶ Keep the device away from highly flammable substances and
media and do not touch the device with bare hands.
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In the event of a sudden discharge from electrostatically charged
devices or individuals, there is a risk of an explosion in the explosionrisk area.
▶▶ Take suitable measures to ensure that no electrostatic discharges can build up in the explosion-risk area.
▶▶ Do not use the device in areas where there are powerful
charge-generating processes, mechanical reaming and cutting processes, the spraying of electrons (e.g. in the vicinity
of electrostatic coating equipment) as well as pneumatically
conveyed dust.
▶▶ Clean the device surface by gently wiping it with a damp or
antistatic cloth only.
To avoid the risk of explosion, the following must be observed
for operation in explosion-risk areas:
▶▶ Information on the temperature class, ambient temperature,
degree of protection and voltage on the type label for explosionrisk areas.
▶▶ Installation, operation and maintenance may only be performed by qualified specialists.
▶▶ The applicable safety regulations (including national regulations) as well as general technical standards must be observed
during setup and operation.
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General information
▶▶ Repairs may only be performed by the manufacturer.
▶▶ The device must not be exposed to any mechanical and/or
thermal loads which exceed the limits specified in the operating instructions.
General hazardous situations.
To prevent injury, ensure:
▶▶ Secure system/equipment against unintentional activation.
▶▶ Observe the direction of flow during installation.
▶▶ After an interruption in the power supply or pneumatic supply,
ensure that the process is restarted in a defined or controlled
manner.
▶▶ Don’t use the device as a lever when screwing the valve into
the line.
▶▶ Do not make any changes to the devices.
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General information
4.1
Contact addresses
Germany
Bürkert Fluid Control Systems
Sales Center
Christian-Bürkert-Str. 13-17
D-74653 Ingelfingen
Tel. + 49 (0) 7940 - 10-91 111
Fax + 49 (0) 7940 - 10-91 448
E-mail: info@burkert.com
International
Contact addresses can be found on the final pages of the printed
operating instructions.
And also on the Internet at: www.burkert.com
4.2
Warranty
The warranty is only valid if the device is used as intended in accordance with the specified application conditions.
4.3
Information on the internet
Operating instructions and data sheets for Bürkert products are
available online at: www.burkert.com
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Application conditions
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Application conditions
5.1
Special conditions
Danger!
Risk of explosion due to electrostatic discharge.
In the event of a sudden discharge from electrostatically charged
devices or individuals, there is a risk of an explosion in the explosionrisk area.
▶▶ Take suitable measures to ensure that no electrostatic discharges
can build up in the explosion-risk area.
▶▶ Clean the device surface by gently wiping it with a damp or
antistatic cloth only.
•• When using the solenoid coil in gas pumps, the material of the
valve body must be made of metal.
•• The solenoid coil is available in 2 mechanical versions:
Open / Close version and proportional-acting version (solenoid
core opens depending on the electrical current applied). Both
solenoid drives are purely mechanical variants and have identical safety data.
•• Solenoid coil is cast with the core guide pipe of the armature.
The system is always closed.
•• Solenoid coil is suitable for individual assembly and block
assembly.
•• The permanently installed connection line of the solenoid must
be connected in a housing which meets the requirements of a
recognized ignition protection type according to EN 60079-0 if
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the connection is made in a potentially explosive area.
•• Do not use solenoid coil in areas where highly charge-generating
processes, mechanical reaming and separating processes and
the spraying of electrons (e.g. in the vicinity of electrostatic
coating devices) occur or where dust is pneumatically conveyed.
5.2
Operating conditions
Meet the following requirements for operation of the solenoid coil.
5.2.1
Minimum dimensions
Valve body:
•• 32 mm x 32 mm x 10 mm (L x W x H)
A larger valve body with a better heat-dissipation capability may
be used at any time.
5.2.2 Materials
Danger!
Risk of explosion.
When using the system, only valve bodies made of metal can
guarantee the required safety.
▶▶ Use only valve bodies made of metal (brass, aluminum or
stainless steel) for the control of gasoline in gas pumps with
category 2 devices.
Valve body:
•• For use in gas pumps:
Metal (brass, aluminium or stainless steel)
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Application conditions
•• Other applications:
Metal (brass, aluminum, stainless steel) or plastic (e. g. polyamide PA 6 GV)
5.3
Operating temperature range
For each type observe the operating temperature range specified
in the electrical data.
5.4
Assembly conditions
The solenoid coil Type 06xx is suitable for individual assembly
and block assembly. The connection lines must be laid securely
to protect against damage.
Observe the specifications in the chapter technical data.
5.5
Dimensions
Type
Length (mm)
Width (mm)
High (mm)
06xx
96
32
59
5.6
Use in gas pumps
Danger!
Risk of explosion.
Following assembly, the solenoid coil is part of a closed system. If
used in the potentially explosive area, there is a risk of explosion if
the system is opened during operation.
▶▶ Do not remove or open the system during operation.
▶▶ Have repair work on the valve body performed by the manufacturer only.
Solenoid valves together with the coil Type 06xx may be used as
category 2 devices only for the control of gasoline if there is no
air and no oxygen in the closed system.
▶▶ Ensure that the closed system contains no air or oxygen or
cannot be penetrated by air or oxygen.
▶▶ When switching off or starting up the system, ensure that neither
air nor oxygen has penetrated the system.
When using the system as a category 2 device, only valve bodies
made of metal can guarantee the required safety for the control
of gasoline in gas pumps.
▶▶ Use only valve bodies made of metal (brass, aluminum or
stainless steel) for the control of gasoline in gas pumps with
category 2 devices.
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Technical data
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Technical data
6.3
Electrical data
Type
Danger!
064x
Risk of explosion.
Nominal voltage
Dangerous situations can result if the technical safety data and
values specified on the type label aren’t observed or cannot be
met.
▶▶ The degree of protection and temperature class for use of the
device must be observed.
Current type
Exceeding the voltage specified on the type label creates a safety
hazard since it can lead to overheating of the device!
▶▶ Don’t connect the device to a higher voltage than that specified
on the type label.
6.1
The device conforms with the EU Directives according to the EU
Declaration of Conformity (if applicable).
6.2
AC/DC
Rated current
Nominal power
Temperature class
0.58...0.034 A
0.42...0.025 A
7W
5W
T4
T5
Ambient temperature
Individual assembly
-40...+60 °C
-40...+50 °C
Ambient temperature
Block assembly
-40...+45 °C
-40...+40 °C
Voltage tolerance
Conformity
Standards
065x
24...240 V
6.4
± 10 %
Electrical connection
Material: lectron beam cross-linked
E
polyolefin copolymer
Operating temperature range: -55...+145 °C for fixed installation
The applied standards, which verify conformity with the EU Directives, can be found on the EU-Type Examination Certificate and /
or the EU Declaration of Conformity (if applicable).
Minimum bending radius:
Outside diameter:
6.2 mm
Design:
x stranded copper wire
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0.75 mm2 / LNPE
x outer diameter for fixed
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installation
Halogen free in accordance with IEC 60754-1.
Tested according to DIN EN 13617-1 for use in gasoline pumps.
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Technical data
Fig. 1:
74653 Ingelfingen
Type label for explosions-risk
areas
WARNING - POTENTIAL ELECTROSTATIC
CHARGING HAZARD - SEE INSTRUCTIONS
6.5
EPS 16 ATEX 1 121 X
II 2G Ex mb IIC T4 Gb
II 2D Ex mb IIIC T130°C Db
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2
IECEx EPS 16.0053X
Ex mb IIC T4 Gb
Ex mb IIIC T130°C Db
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COIL DATA:
0641 PX46
220-240V AC/DC 7W
Tamb: see manual
S/N 0
W1ZMT
00697977
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Legend:
Position
1
Description
ATEX, Certificate issuer and certificate number
2
ATEX, Explosion protection labelling
3
IECEx, Certificate issuer and certificate number
4
IECEx, Explosion protection labelling
5
Type label with Ex-code
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Nominal voltage, nominal power
7
Ambient temperature range
8
Serial number
9
Date of manufacture
10
Identification number
Description of the type label for explosion-risk areas
(example)
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Installation and removal
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Installation and removal
7.1
Safety instructions
Danger!
Danger – high pressure.
▶▶ Before loosening the lines and valves, turn off the pressure and
vent the lines.
Risk of electric shock.
▶▶ Before reaching into the device, switch off the power supply
and secure to prevent reactivation.
▶▶ Observe applicable accident prevention and safety regulations
for electrical equipment.
Risk of explosion.
Following installation, the solenoid coil is part of a closed system.
If used in the potentially explosive area, there is a risk of explosion
if the system is opened during operation.
▶▶ Do not remove or open the system during operation.
Risk of short-circuit due to damaged connection lines.
▶▶ Securely lay the connection lines of the solenoid coil and protect
against damage.
Risk of burns or risk of fire if used during long-term operation
through hot device surface.
▶▶ Do not touch the device unless wearing protective gloves.
▶▶ Keep the device away from highly flammable substances and
media.
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Danger!
Risk of explosion due to electrostatic discharge.
In the event of a sudden discharge from electrostatically charged
devices or individuals, there is a risk of an explosion in the explosionrisk area.
▶▶ Take suitable measures to ensure that no electrostatic discharges can build up in the explosion-risk area.
▶▶ Do not use the device in areas where there are powerful
charge-generating processes, mechanical reaming and cutting processes, the spraying of electrons (e.g. in the vicinity
of electrostatic coating equipment) as well as pneumatically
conveyed dust.
▶▶ Clean the device surface by gently wiping it with a damp or
antistatic cloth only.
Warning!
Risk of injury from improper installation.
▶▶ Installation may be carried out by authorized technicians only.
▶▶ Installation may be carried out with the appropriate tools.
▶▶ Secure system from unintentional activation.
▶▶ Following installation, ensure a controlled restart.
▶▶ Securely lay the connection line of the solenoid coil and
ensure adequate strain relief.
EPS 16 ATEX 1121 X
Installation and removal
7.2
Installation of the solenoid valve
Detailed installation instructions can be found in the operating instructions of the respective valve and/or online at:
www.burkert.com
Installation position: any, coil preferably upwards.
→→ Clean any dirt from the pipelines and flanged connections.
Warning!
Risk of explosion due to leaking connections.
There is a risk of explosion in tank installations if oxygen or air
penetrates the medium through leaking connections.
Risk of burns or chemical burns from discharge of medium.
Medium, which is discharged due to leaking connections, may
result in injuries.
▶▶ Carefully seal connection line.
→→ Connect dirt trap upstream.
7.3
Electrical connection
Danger!
Risk of electric shock.
▶▶ Before reaching into the device, switch off the power supply
and secure to prevent reactivation.
▶▶ Observe applicable accident prevention and safety regulations
for electrical equipment.
There is a risk of electric shock if there is no electrical contact
between the metal parts of the valve and the protective conductor
of the coil.
▶▶ Always connect the protective conductor.
▶▶ Test for continuity between the protective conductor of the coil
and the core guide tube of the valve.
The connection cable is encapsulated with the solenoid
coil Type 06xx and cannot be removed.
Observe the indicated voltage according to the type label.
→→ Seal pipeline connections with PTFE tape. The tape must not
be dropped into the pipelines.
→→ Hold the device with a open-end wrench on the valve body
and screw into the pipeline.
Important for function of the device:
Observe direction of flow.
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Start-up
7.4
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Removal
Warning!
Warning!
Danger – high pressure.
▶▶ Before loosening the lines and valves, turn off the pressure and
vent the lines.
Risk of electric shock.
▶▶ Before reaching into the device, switch off the power supply
and secure to prevent reactivation.
▶▶ Observe applicable accident prevention and safety regulations
for electrical equipment.
Warning!
Risk of injury from improper removal.
▶▶ Removal may be carried out by authorized technicians only and
with the appropriate tools.
Risk of injury from medium discharged due to leaking
connections.
▶▶ Carefully seal the connection lines.
→→ Separate the electrical connections.
→→ Separate the valve body from the pipeline.
Note!
Malfunctions due to dirt.
•• Remove the old PTFE tape from the connections during reinstalls. Tape residue must not get into the pipeline.
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Risk of injury from improper operation.
Improper operation may result in injuries as well as damage to
the device and the area around it.
▶▶ Before start-up, ensure that the operating personnel are familiar
with and completely understand the contents of the operating
instructions.
▶▶ Observe the safety instructions and intended use.
▶▶ Only adequately trained personnel may start up the equipment
or the device.
Before starting up the device, ensure that:
•• the device has been installed correctly,
•• the connection has been made properly,
•• the device is not damaged,
•• all screws have been tightened.
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Maintenance and repair
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Maintenance and repair
9.1
Maintenance work
The device are maintenance-free when operated under the conditions described in this manual.
9.2
Repair
Danger!
Danger due to improper repairs.
The safety and functionality of the 06xx coil and corresponding
solenoid valve following a repair are only given if the repair work
was performed by the manufacturer.
▶▶ Only have the device repaired by the manufacturer.
9.3
Troubleshooting
If malfunctions occur, ensure that:
→→ the device has been installed correctly,
→→ the connection has been made properly,
→→ the device is not damaged,
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Transportation, Storage,
Disposal
Note!
Transport damages.
Inadequately protected equipment may be damaged during
transport.
•• During transportation protect the device against wet and dirt
in shock-resistant packaging.
•• Avoid exceeding or dropping below the allowable storage
temperature.
Incorrect storage may damage the device.
•• Store the device in a dry and dust-free location!
•• Storage temperature: -40...+55 °C. Damage to the environment caused by device components
contaminated with media.
•• Ensure the device and packaging are disposed of in an environmentally sound manner.
•• Observe applicable regulations relating to refuse disposal
and the environment.
→→ the voltage and pressure have been switched on,
→→ the pipelines are free.
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