10 kW/15 kW ±1.0°C IPX4

10 kW/15 kW ±1.0°C IPX4
Circulating Fluid Temperature Controller
Thermo-chiller
Cooling valve control
50
100
150
200
250
300
Air-cooled condenser fan
Heating valve control
Cooling Heating
valve
valve
954
Outdoor
installation
±1.0°C
70 dB(A)
IPX4
HRZ
Low-noise
design
Compact, Space-saving
Option
HECR
715
Added Variations!
687
• With fluid fill port
Optional accessories
• Electric conductivity control set
• Relief valve set
• Snow protection hood (Air-cooled only)
Compatible
power supplies in
Europe, Asia,
Oceania, North, Central
and South America
 3-phase
 3-phase
[mm]
<Air-cooled>
<Water-cooled>
200 VAC
400 VAC
Technical
Data
1235
1434
616
Temperature
stability
HRZD
10 kW/15 kW
Set temperature
5°C to 35°C
range
Max. ambient
temperature 45°C
Cooling
capacity
HRSE
Elapsed time [Minute]
[mm]
Environmental friendly R410A as refrigerant
HEC
0
Fan
HRW
Current model
(Pump heat input only)
[Test conditions]
Circulating fluid temperature:
5R35°C
Ambient temperature: 32°C
Power supply: 200 VAC/50 Hz
Circulating fluid flow rate:
Rated flow
Circulating fluid: Water
External piping: Bypass piping
HEB
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
HRSH090 HRS100/150
Heating-up time: 1/10
HRS150-A-20
Circulating fluid temperature [°C]
RoHS
HED

(Only 400 VAC type)
HRSH
No heater required, circulating fluid is heated
using heat exhausted by refrigerating circuit.
HRS
Series HRS100/150
Standard Type
64
Circulating Fluid Temperature Controller
Thermo-chiller Standard Type Series HRS100/150
Fan
Triple controller
Air-cooled condenser
fan control
Circuit diagram
Ventilation
Cooling Heating
valve
valve
Cooling valve
control
Fan
Facility
water outlet
Facility
water inlet
Dryer D
Pressure sensor
(For high-pressure PS
refrigerant gas)
Expansion valve A E
Air-cooled
condenser
Water-cooled
condenser
Ventilation
WPR
Water regulating
valve Facility water
drain port
Facility water circuit
Automatic fluid fill port
TS
Level
switch
Expansion valve B
E
Temperature sensor
(For compressor discharge)
TS
Overflow port
Temperature sensor
(Heat exchanger inlet)
Ball
tap
Fluid level
indicator
Pressure sensor
(For discharge)
PS
TS
Heating valve
control
Pressure sensor
PS (For low-pressure refrigerant gas)
Compressor Temperature sensor
(For compressor intake)
Pump
Pump drain port
TS
Refrigeration circuit
* This circuit construction of the position of the
parts may be different from actual product.
Facility water circuit
User's equipment
(Heat source)
Circulating fluid
outlet
Temperature sensor
(For discharge)
Heat
exchanger
Circulating fluid
return port
Circulating fluid circuit
Refrigeration circuit
Circulating fluid circuit
For water-cooled refrigeration
HRSl-W-l
¡The compressor compresses the refrigerant gas, and discharges
the high temperature and high pressure refrigerant gas.
¡The water regulating valve
opens and closes to keep
the refrigerant gas
pressure consistent. The
facility water flow rate is
controlled by the water
regulating valve.
¡In the case of air-cooled refrigeration, the high temperature and
high pressure refrigerant gas is cooled down by an air-cooled
condenser with the ventilation of the fan, and becomes a liquid.
In the case of water-cooled refrigeration, the refrigerant gas is
cooled by a water-cooled condenser with the facility water in the
facility water circuit, and becomes a liquid.
¡The circulating fluid discharged from the pump,
is heated or cooled by the user's equipment
and returns to the thermo-chiller.
¡The liquefied high pressure refrigerant gas expands and its
temperature lowers when it passes through expansion valve A
and vaporizes by taking heat from the circulating fluid in the
evaporator.
¡The vaporized refrigerant gas is sucked into the compressor and
compressed again.
¡When heating the circulating fluid, the high pressure and high
temperature refrigerant gas is bypassed into the evaporator by
expansion valve B, to heat the circulating fluid.
Point
The combination of precise control
of expansion valve A for cooling,
and expansion valve B for heating realized high
temperature stability.
¡The circulating fluid is controlled to a set
temperature by the refrigeration circuit, to be
discharged to the user's equipment side again
by the thermo-chiller.
Point
Since the refrigeration circuit is controlled by
the signal from
2 temperature sensors (for return and discharge) ,
precise temperature control of the
circulating fluid can be performed.
Therefore, there is no necessity of
absorbing the temperature difference in the
circulating fluid with a large tank capacity,
and realizes high temperature stability even
with a small-size tank . Also, contributes to
space-saving.
Variations
Cooling Cooling capacity [kW]
method
(50/60 Hz)
Model
HRS100
HRS150
HRS100
HRS150
B
65
9.0/9.5
Air-cooled
refrigeration
13.0/14.5
10.0/11.0
Water-cooled
refrigeration
14.5/16.5
Power supply
Optional
accessories Pages 83 to 87
Option Page 82
· With caster adjuster-foot
· With earth leakage
breaker
(For 400 V type as
· 3-phase 200 VAC (50 Hz),
standard)
3-phase 200 to 230 VAC (60 Hz)
· With earth leakage
· 3-phase 380 to 415 VAC (50 Hz/60 Hz)
breaker with handle
(For 400 V type as
standard)
· With fluid fill port
Piping conversion fitting
Caster adjuster-foot kit
Electric conductivity control set
Bypass piping set
Relief valve set
Snow protection hood
(Air-cooled only)
· Particle filter set
·
·
·
·
·
·
Circulating Fluid Temperature Controller
Standard Type Series HRS100/150
Thermo-chiller
Circulating fluid can be heated without a heater.
Compressor
Compressor
HRS
HRS
Circulating
Circulating
fluidfluid
Current
Current
model
model
30
Heater is not necessary
even when ambient
temperature is low.
20
HRS
CoolCool
fluidfluid
fromfrom
refrigerant
refrigerant
¡Circulating fluid temperature: 5R35°C
¡Ambient temperature: 32°C ¡Power supply: 200 V/50 Hz
¡Circulating fluid flow rate: Rated flow ¡Circulating fluid: Water
¡External piping: Bypass piping
10
0
10
20
30
HRSH090 HRS100/150
Circulating
Circulating
fluidfluid
Heater
Heater
Temperature increase with the heating function
User's
equipment
40
Elapsed time [Minute]
* This is just an example diagram.
Electric conductivity control set (Optional accessories)
Relief valve set
(With DI filter + Solenoid valve kit for control)
(Optional accessories)
The electric conductivity of the circulating fluid
can be set with the controller monitor arbitrarily.
Prevents increase in circulating fluid
discharge pressure.
Set control range: 5.0 to 45.0 μS/cm
(Relief pressure: 0.32 MPa)
With caster adjuster-foot
(Option)
HRSH
Compressor
Compressor
CoolCool
fluidfluid
fromfrom
refrigerant
refrigerant
40
* For HRS150-A-20
Conditions
Hot discharged
Hot discharged
gas gas
fromfrom
refrigerant
refrigerant
Circulating fluid temperature [°C]
Heating method using discharged heat makes a heater unnecessary.
HRSE
Solenoid valve for control
Circulating fluid outlet
Circulating fluid return port
DI filter
HRZ
Caster
(for moving)
HRZD
Adjuster-foot
(for fixing)
Alarm code list
Fluid fill port is equipped in the upper part of
the tank in addition to the automatic fluid fill
port for a tap water piping connection.
Alarm code list stickers
(English 1 pc./Japanese 1
pc.) are included.
This can be put under
the operation panel for
reference.
Front side access
All the electrical components can be checked from
the front side for the easier maintenance work.
(AlarmsPage 80)
The internal temperature, pressure and operating
time of the product are displayed.
AL01 “Low level in tank”
Flashing
PV
HED
Check display
Notifies when to check the pump and fan motor.
Helpful for facility maintenance.
HEB
Displayed item
Circulating fluid outlet temperature
Temperature Circulating fluid return temperature
Compressor gas temperature
Ex. drv. “Accumulated operating time”
Flow rate Circulating fluid flow rate∗1
Circulating fluid outlet pressure
PV
Pressure Compressor gas discharge pressure
Compressor gas return pressure
Displayed item
Accumulated operating time
SV
Accumulated operating time of pump
Operating
Accumulated operating time of fan ∗2
Accumulated time time
Accumulated operating time of compressor
Accumulated operation time of dustproof filter ∗2
Alarm codes notify of checking times.
Ex.
HEC
Easy maintenance with the check display
Technical
Data
Operation display panel
HECR
Circulating fluid fill port (Option)
HRW
Improved maintenance performance
∗1 This is not measurement value. Use it for reference. ∗2 These are displayed only for air-cooled refrigeration.
Convenient DetailssPage 80
functions
Timer function, Anti-freezing function, Power failure auto-restart function, Warming-up
function, Key-lock function, etc.
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Circulating Fluid Temperature Controller
Thermo-chiller Standard Type Series HRS100/150
Communication function
The serial communication (RS232C/RS485) and contact I/Os (2 inputs and 3 outputs) are equipped as standard. Communication with the user’s equipment and
system construction are possible, depending on the application. A 24 VDC output can be also provided, and is available for a flow switch (SMC’s PF3W, etc.).
Ex.1 Remote signal I/O through
serial communication
The remote operation is enabled (to start and
stop) through serial communication.
HRS
¡Circulating fluid temperature setting
¡Start and stop
PC
Ex. 2 Remote operation signal input
One of the contact inputs is used for remote operation and the other is used
for a flow switch to monitor the flow, and their warning outputs are taken in.
Remote
operation
Input 1
switch
Input 2
Low flow switch
flow signal
User’s
equipment
Ex. 3 Alarm and operation status (start,
stop, etc.) signal output
The alarm and status generated in the product are assigned to
3 output signals based on their contents, and can be output.
Output 1
Output 2
Output 3
¡Circulating fluid discharge temperature
¡Circulating fluid discharge pressure
¡Run and stop status
¡Alarm information
¡Various setting information
¡Preparation completion status
Power supply (24 VDC) available
Flow switch
Refer to page 69.
HRS
HRS
 Output setting example
Flow switch
Output 1: Temperature rise
Output 2: Pressure rise
Output 3: Operation status (start, stop, etc.)
Power for flow switch (24 VDC) can be
supplied from the thermo-chiller.
Globally compatible power supplies
IPX4
IP (International Protection) is the industrial
standard for “Degrees of protection
provided by outer defensive enclosures of
electric equipment (IP Code)” according to
IEC 60529 and JIS C 0920.
(Europe, Asia, Oceania, Central and South America)
Step-down transformer
380 VAC
IPX4: No harmful influence by
water splash is acceptable
from every direction.
200 VAC
Step-down transformer
Unnecessary
Can be installed
outdoors.
(Only 400 V type)
Current model
HRS100/150
380 to 415 VAC
Transformer unnecessary
Power can be supplied from the
terminal block of the thermochiller to external switches etc.
Power Applicable to 200 to 230 VAC, or
supply 380 to 415 VAC
Transformers are unnecessary even when used overseas.
Makes cooling water easily available, anytime, anywhere.
There is no cooling tower.
When... Tap water is being used.
Even without a cooling tower, an air-cooled refrigerated chiller
can be used to easily supply cooling water.
Less tap water
used!
Dripping stops
There is a cooling tower, but high temperatures in summer or low (freezing)
When... temperatures in winter make cooling water temperatures unstable.
Cooling water at a
consistent temperature
can be supplied
regardless of the season.
Cooling tower
Applications
Printing machine
Laser beam machine/
Laser welding machine
Cooling of the laser
oscillation part and
power source
67
Temperature
control of the
roller
Cleaning machine
Temperature control
of cleaning solution
Circulating Fluid Temperature Controller
Standard Type Series HRS100/150
Thermo-chiller
Global Supply Network
SMC has a comprehensive network in the global market.
HRSE
HRSH
HRSH090 HRS100/150
HRS
We now have a presence of more than 400 branch offices and
distributors in 78 countries world wide such as Asia, Oceania,
North/Central/South America, and Europe. With this global
network, we are able to provide a global supply of our substantial
range of products with the best service. We also provide full
support to local factories, foreign manufacturing companies and
Japanese companies in each country.
SMC Thermo-chiller Variations
Lots of variations are available in response to the users’ requirements.
±0.1
5 to 40
V
V
V
±0.5
5 to 35
HRS100/150
Standard type
±1.0
5 to 35
HRSH090
Inverter type
±0.1
5 to 40
HRSH
Inverter type
±0.1
5 to 35
Environment
Indoor
use
V
V
V
Indoor
use
V
V
Outdoor
installation
IPX4
V
Indoor
use
V
V
V
V
V
International
standards
HRZ
10 15 20 25 28
(Only 230 VAC type)
HRZD
V
9
(Except 9 kW)
(Except 9 kW, only 60 Hz)
(400 V as standard)
HRW
V
6
(400 V as standard)
(Only 200 V as an option)
Outdoor
(400 V as standard, 200 V as an option)
V installation
IPX4
(Only 200 V as an option)
HECR
V
5
HEC
10 to 30
3
HEB
HRS
Standard type
±2.0
Cooling capacity [kW]
HED
HRSE
Basic type
Temperature Set temperature
stability
range
1.2 1.8 2.4
[°C]
[°C]
Technical
Data
Series
68 A
Circulating Fluid Temperature Controller
Thermo-chiller Standard Type Series HRS100/150
Circulating Fluid/Facility Water Line Equipment
Circulating Fluid Line
Power supply (24 VDC) available
Terminal block
Circulating fluid return port
Y-strainer
Pressure Switch
Bypass valve
Valve
Flow Switch
Fittings and Tubing
User's
equipment
Circulating fluid outlet
Facility Water Line (Water-cooled)
Power supply (24 VDC) available
Terminal block
Facility water outlet
User's
equipment
Facility water inlet
Manage pressure and flow rate:
digital display makes these aspects “visible”
Pressure Switch Flow Switch
Refer to the WEB catalog or the Best Pneumatics No. 6 for details.
Flow Switch: Monitors the flow rate and temperature of the circulating fluid and facility water.
3-Color Display Digital Flow Switch for Water PF3W
3-Color Display Electromagnetic Type
Digital Flow Switch for Deionized Water
Digital Flow Switch LFE
and Chemical Liquids PF2D
4-Channel Flow Monitor PF2 200
Integrated flow adjustment valve
and temperature sensor
PVC Piping
Pressure Switch: Monitors pressure of the circulating fluid and facility water.
2-Color Display
High-Precision
Digital Pressure Switch
Pressure Sensor for General Fluids
PSE56 
ISE80
Pressure Sensor Controller
PSE200,300
Fittings and Tubing
S Coupler
Refer to the WEB catalog or the Best Pneumatics No. 6 for details.
KK
Metal One-touch Fittings
Refer to the WEB catalog or the Best Pneumatics No. 6 for details.
S Coupler/Stainless Steel
(Stainless Steel 304) KKA
KQB2
Stainless Steel 316 One-touch Fittings
Tubing
KQG2
Series
T
TU
TH
TD
TL
TLM
Stainless Steel 316 Insert Fittings
69
KFG2
Fluoropolymer Fittings
LQ
T
Material
Nylon
Polyurethane
FEP (Fluoropolymer)
Modified PTFE
(Soft fluoropolymer)
Super PFA
PFA
CONTENTS
Standard Type
HRSE
HRSH
HRSH090 HRS100/150
HRS
Series HRS100/150
e Electric Conductivity Control Set..................... Page 84
r Bypass Piping Set........................................... Page 84
Cooling Capacity................................................. Page 75
Pump Capacity.................................................... Page 76
t Relief Valve Set............................................... Page 85
y Snow Protection Hood. ................................... Page 86
Dimensions.......................................................... Page 77
Recommended External Piping Flow.................. Page 79
u Particle Filter Set............................................. Page 87
Cable Specifications............................................ Page 79
Operation Display Panel...................................... Page 80
List of Function.................................................... Page 80
Alarm................................................................... Page 80
 Cooling Capacity Calculation
Required Cooling Capacity Calculation............... Page 88
Precautions on Cooling Capacity Calculation. .... Page 89
HRZD
Air-cooled 400 V ....................................... Page 73
Water-cooled 400 V ....................................... Page 74
HRW
Water-cooled 200 V ....................................... Page 72
q Piping Conversion Fitting. ............................... Page 83
w Caster Adjuster-foot Kit................................... Page 83
HECR
 Optional Accessories
Circulating Fluid Typical Physical Property Values...... Page 89
Communication Function..................................... Page 81
Specific Product Precautions................................... Page 90
HEC
How to Order/Specifications
Air-cooled 200 V ....................................... Page 71
HRZ
Thermo-chiller Series HRS100/150
 Options
HEB
With Caster Adjuster-foot.................................... Page 82
With Earth Leakage Breaker............................... Page 82
Technical
Data
HED
With Earth Leakage Breaker with Handle. .......... Page 82
With Fluid Fill Port............................................ Page 82-1
70 B
Thermo-chiller Standard Type
Air-cooled 200 V Type
Series HRS100/150
RoHS
How to Order
HRS 100 A
Option
Cooling capacity
100
150
20
Cooling method
10 kW
15 kW
A Air-cooled refrigeration
Pipe thread type
Nil
F
N
Rc
G (with Rc-G conversion fitting)
NPT (with Rc-NPT conversion fitting)
Power supply
3-phase 200 VAC (50 Hz)
20 3-phase 200 to 230 VAC (60 Hz)
Specifications
Circulating fluid system
Model
Cooling method
Refrigerant
Control method
Ambient temperature Note 1)
Circulating fluid Note 2)
Set temperature range Note 1)
Cooling capacity 50/60 Hz Note 3)
Heating capacity 50/60 Hz Note 4)
Temperature stability Note 5)
Rated flow 50/60 Hz (Outlet) Note 6)
Pump
Maximum flow rate 50/60 Hz
capacity
Maximum pump head
Minimum operating flow rate 50/60 Hz Note 7)
Tank capacity
Circulating fluid outlet, circulating fluid return port
Tank drain port
Automatic Supply side pressure range
Supply side fluid temperature
fluid fill
system
Automatic fluid fill port
(Standard) Overflow port
°C
°C
kW
kW
°C
L/min
L/min
m
L/min
L
MPa
°C
Electrical system
Power supply
Rated current
Sensitivity of leak current
Rated operating current 50/60 Hz Note 5)
Rated power consumption 50/60 Hz Note 5)
Noise level (Front 1 m/Height 1 m) Note 5)
Waterproof specification
A
mA
A
kW (kVA)
dB (A)
Accessories
Weight (dry state)
None
With caster adjuster-foot
With earth leakage breaker
With earth leakage breaker with handle
With fluid fill port
Note) This is a manual fluid fill port that is different from
the automatic fluid fill port. Fluid can be supplied
manually into the tank without removing the side
panel.
(Fluid can be supplied manually for models without option -K if the side panel is removed.)
HRS100-Al-20-l
Fluid contact material
Applicable earth leakage breaker Note 8)
Nil
A
B
B1
K Note)
kg
HRS150-Al-20-l
Air-cooled refrigeration
R410A (HFC)
PID control
−5 to 45
Tap water, 15% ethylene glycol aqueous solution, Deionized water
5 to 35
9.0/9.5
13.0/14.5
1.7/2.2
2.5/3.0
±1.0
42/56
55/68
50
28/42
18
Rc3/4 (Symbol F: G3/4, Symbol N: NPT3/4)
Rc1/4 (Symbol F: G1/4, Symbol N: NPT1/4)
0.2 to 0.5
5 to 35
Rc1/2 (Symbol F: G1/2, Symbol N: NPT1/2)
Rc1 (Symbol F: G1, Symbol N: NPT1)
Stainless steel, Copper (Heat exchanger brazing), Brass, Bronze,
PTFE, PU, EPDM, PVC, NBR, PE, NR, PBT, PP, POM, Carbon, Ceramic
3-phase 200 VAC (50 Hz), 3-phase 200 to 230 VAC (60 Hz)
Allowable voltage range ±10% (No continuous voltage fluctuation)
30
40
30
14/15
16/19
3.8/4.8 (4.9/5.3)
4.7/6.1 (5.6/6.7)
70
70
IPX4
Alarm code list stickers 2 pcs. (English 1 pc./Japanese 1 pc.),
Operation Manual (for installation/operation) 2 pcs. (English 1 pc./Japanese 1 pc.),
Y-strainer 20A 1 pc., Barrel nipple 20A 1 pc., Drain pan for the pump
171
177
Note 1) Use a 15% ethylene glycol aqueous solution if operating in a place where the ambient temperature and/or circulating fluid temperature is 10°C or less.
Note 2) Use fluid in condition below as the circulating fluid.
Tap water: Standard of The Japan Refrigeration And Air Conditioning Industry Association (JRA GL-02-1994)
15% ethylene glycol aqueous solution: diluted by tap water in condition above without any additives such as antiseptics.
Deionized water: Electric conductivity 1 mS/cm or higher (Electric resistivity 1 MW·cm or lower)
Note 3) q Ambient temperature: 32°C, w Circulating fluid: Tap water, e Circulating fluid temperature: 20°C, r Circulating fluid flow rate: Rated flow, t Power supply: 200 VAC
Note 4) q Ambient temperature: 32°C, w Circulating fluid: Tap water, e Circulating fluid flow rate: Rated flow, r Power supply: 200 VAC
Note 5) q Ambient temperature: 32°C, w Circulating fluid: Tap water, e Circulating fluid temperature: 20°C, r Load: Same as the cooling capacity, t Circulating fluid
flow rate: Rated flow, y Power supply: 200 VAC, u Piping length: Shortest
Note 6) When circulating fluid outlet port pressure – return port pressure = 0.25 MPa.
Note 7) Fluid flow rate to maintain the cooling capacity and to keep the circulating fluid discharge pressure to 0.5 MPa or less. If the actual flow rate is lower than this, install a bypass piping.
Note 8) To be prepared by user. A specified earth leakage breaker is installed for option B [With earth leakage breaker] and B1 [With earth leakage breaker with handle].
Note 9) If the product is used at altitude of 1000 m or higher, refer to “Operating Environment/Storage Environment” (page 90) Item 13 “* For altitude of 1000 m or higher”.
B
71
Thermo-chiller Standard Type
Water-cooled 200 V Type
RoHS
HRS
Series HRS100/150
Pipe thread type
Rc
G (with Rc-G conversion fitting)
NPT (with Rc-NPT conversion fitting)
Power supply
3-phase 200 VAC (50 Hz)
20 3-phase 200 to 230 VAC (60 Hz)
MPa
°C
Electrical system Facility water system
Fluid contact material
°C
MPa
L/min
MPa
Temperature range
Pressure range
Required flow 50/60 Hz
Facility water pressure differential
Facility water inlet/outlet
Fluid contact material
Power supply
Applicable earth leakage breaker Note 8)
Rated current
Sensitivity of leak current
Hz Note 5)
Rated operating current 50/60
Rated power consumption 50/60 Hz Note 5)
Noise level (Front 1 m/Height 1 m) Note 5)
Waterproof specification
A
mA
A
kW (kVA)
dB (A)
Accessories
Weight (dry state)
kg
HRZ
°C
kW
kW
°C
L/min
L/min
m
L/min
L
HRZD
°C
HRS150-Wl-20-l
Water-cooled refrigeration
R410A (HFC)
PID control
2 to 45
Tap water, 15% ethylene glycol aqueous solution, Deionized water
5 to 35
10.0/11.0
14.5/16.5
1.7/2.2
2.5/3.0
±1.0
42/56
55/68
50
28/42
18
Rc3/4 (Symbol F: G3/4, Symbol N: NPT3/4)
Rc1/4 (Symbol F: G1/4, Symbol N: NPT1/4)
0.2 to 0.5
5 to 35
Rc1/2 (Symbol F: G1/2, Symbol N: NPT1/2)
Rc1 (Symbol F: G1, Symbol N: NPT1)
Stainless steel, Copper (Heat exchanger brazing), Brass, Bronze,
PTFE, PU, EPDM, PVC, NBR, PE, NR, PBT, PP, POM, Carbon, Ceramic
5 to 40
0.3 to 0.5
33/34
38/40
0.3 or more
Rc3/4
Stainless steel, Copper (Heat exchanger brazing), Bronze, Brass
PTFE, NBR, EPDM
3-phase 200 VAC (50 Hz), 3-phase 200 to 230 VAC (60 Hz)
Allowable voltage range ±10% (No continuous voltage fluctuation)
30
40
30
13/14
16/19
3.4/4.4 (4.4/5.0)
4.6/6.0 (5.6/6.6)
70
70
IPX4
Alarm code list stickers 2 pcs. (English 1 pc./Japanese 1 pc.),
Operation Manual (for installation/operation) 2 pcs. (English 1 pc./Japanese 1 pc.),
Y-strainer 20A 1 pc., Barrel nipple 20A 1 pc., Drain pan for the pump
151
154
HRSE
HRS100-Wl-20-l
HRW
Circulating fluid system
Model
Cooling method
Refrigerant
Control method
Ambient temperature Note 1)
Circulating fluid Note 2)
Set temperature range Note 1)
Cooling capacity 50/60 Hz Note 3)
Heating capacity 50/60 Hz Note 4)
Temperature stability Note 5)
Rated flow 50/60 Hz (Outlet) Note 6)
Pump
Maximum flow rate 50/60 Hz
capacity
Maximum pump head
Minimum operating flow rate 50/60 Hz Note 7)
Tank capacity
Circulating fluid outlet, circulating fluid return port
Tank drain port
Automatic Supply side pressure range
Supply side fluid temperature
fluid fill
system
Automatic fluid fill port
(Standard) Overflow port
HECR
Specifications
Note) This is a manual fluid fill port that is different from the automatic fluid fill port. Fluid can be supplied manually into the
tank without removing the side panel.
(Fluid can be supplied manually for models without option
-K if the side panel is removed.)
HEC
Nil
F
N
None
With caster adjuster-foot
With earth leakage breaker
With earth leakage breaker with handle
With fluid fill port
Note 1) Use a 15% ethylene glycol aqueous solution if operating in a place where the ambient temperature and/or circulating fluid temperature is 10°C or less. Also,
when there is a possibility of the facility water being frozen, make sure to discharge all the facility water from the facility water circuit.
Note 2) Use fluid in condition below as the circulating fluid. Also, when there is a possibility of the facility water being frozen, make sure to discharge all the facility water from the facility water circuit.
Tap water: Standard of The Japan Refrigeration And Air Conditioning Industry Association (JRA GL-02-1994)
15% ethylene glycol aqueous solution: diluted by tap water in condition above without any additives such as antiseptics.
Deionized water: Electric conductivity 1 mS/cm or higher (Electric resistivity 1 MW·cm or lower)
Note 3) q Facility water temperature: 32°C, w Circulating fluid: Tap water, e Circulating fluid temperature: 20°C, r Circulating fluid flow rate: Rated flow, t Power supply: 200 VAC
Note 4) q Facility water temperature: 32°C, w Circulating fluid: Tap water, e Circulating fluid flow rate: Rated flow, r Power supply: 200 VAC
Note 5) q Facility water temperature: 32°C, w Circulating fluid: Tap water, e Circulating fluid temperature: 20°C, r Load: Same as the cooling capacity, t Circulating
fluid flow rate: Rated flow, y Power supply: 200 VAC, u Piping length: Shortest
Note 6) When circulating fluid outlet port pressure − return port pressure = 0.25 MPa.
Note 7) Fluid flow rate to maintain the cooling capacity and to keep the circulating fluid discharge pressure to 0.5 MPa or less. If the actual flow rate is lower than this, install a bypass piping.
Note 8) To be prepared by user. A specified earth leakage breaker is installed for option B [With earth leakage breaker] and B1 [With earth leakage breaker with handle].
Note 9) If the product is used at altitude of 1000 m or higher, refer to “Operating Environment/Storage Environment” (page 90) Item 13 “* For altitude of 1000 m or higher”.
72 B
HEB
Nil
A
B
B1
K Note)
W Water-cooled refrigeration
HRSH
Option
Cooling method
10 kW
15 kW
HED
100
150
20
Technical
Data
HRS 100 W
Cooling capacity
HRSH090 HRS100/150
How to Order
Thermo-chiller Standard Type
Air-cooled 400 V Type
Series HRS100/150
RoHS
How to Order
HRS 100 A
Cooling capacity
100
150
40
Option
Cooling method
10 kW
15 kW
A Air-cooled refrigeration
Pipe thread type
Nil
F
N
Rc
G (with Rc-G conversion fitting)
NPT (with Rc-NPT conversion fitting)
Power supply
40 3-phase 380 to 415 VAC (50/60 Hz)
Specifications
Circulating fluid system
Model
Cooling method
Refrigerant
Control method
Ambient temperature Note 1)
Circulating fluid Note 2)
Set temperature range Note 1)
Cooling capacity 50/60 Hz Note 3)
Heating capacity 50/60 Hz Note 4)
Temperature stability Note 5)
Rated flow 50/60 Hz (Outlet) Note 6)
Pump
Maximum flow rate 50/60 Hz
capacity
Maximum pump head
Minimum operating flow rate 50/60 Hz Note 7)
Tank capacity
Circulating fluid outlet, circulating fluid return port
Pump drain port
Automatic Supply side pressure range
Supply side fluid temperature
fluid fill
system
Automatic fluid fill port
(Standard) Overflow port
Electrical system
None
With caster adjuster-foot
With fluid fill port
Note 1) 4 00 V type is provided with an earth leakage breaker
(-B) as standard.
Note 2) T his is a manual fluid fill port that is different from the
automatic fluid fill port. Fluid can be supplied manually
into the tank without removing the side panel.
(Fluid can be supplied manually for models without
option -K if the side panel is removed.)
HRS100-Al-40-l
°C
°C
kW
kW
°C
L/min
L/min
m
L/min
L
MPa
°C
Fluid contact material
Power supply
Rated current
A
Earth leakage breaker
(Standard/With handle)
Sensitivity of leak current
mA
Rated operating current 50/60 Hz Note 5)
A
Rated power consumption 50/60 Hz Note 5)
kW (kVA)
Noise level (Front 1 m/Height 1 m) Note 5)
dB (A)
Waterproof specification
Accessories
Weight (dry state)
Compliant
CE marking
standards
Nil Note 1)
A
K Note 2)
kg
EMC Directive
Machinery Directive
HRS150-Al-40-l
Air-cooled refrigeration
R410A (HFC)
PID control
−5 to 45
Tap water, 15% ethylene glycol aqueous solution, Deionized water
5 to 35
9.0/9.5
13.0/14.5
1.7/2.2
2.5/3.0
±1.0
42/56
55/68
50
28/42
18
Rc3/4 (Symbol F: G3/4, Symbol N: NPT3/4)
Rc1/4 (Symbol F: G1/4, Symbol N: NPT1/4)
0.2 to 0.5
5 to 35
Rc1/2 (Symbol F: G1/2, Symbol N: NPT1/2)
Rc1 (Symbol F: G1, Symbol N: NPT1)
Stainless steel, Copper (Heat exchanger brazing), Brass, Bronze,
PTFE, PU, EPDM, PVC, NBR, PE, NR, PBT, PP, POM, Carbon, Ceramic
3-phase 380 to 415 VAC (50/60 Hz)
Allowable voltage range ±10% (No continuous voltage fluctuation)
20
30
6.9/7.5
8.1/9.6
3.7/4.7 (4.7/5.3)
4.8/6.1 (5.7/6.6)
70
72
IPX4
Alarm code list stickers 2 pcs. (English 1 pc./Japanese 1 pc.),
Operation Manual (for installation/operation) 2 pcs. (English 1 pc./Japanese 1 pc.),
Y-strainer 20A 1 pc., Barrel nipple 20A 1 pc., Drain pan for the pump 1 pc.
171
177
2004/108/EC
2006/42/EC
Note 1) Use a 15% ethylene glycol aqueous solution if operating in a place where the ambient temperature and/or circulating fluid temperature is 10°C or less.
Note 2) Use fluid in condition below as the circulating fluid.
Tap water: Standard of The Japan Refrigeration And Air Conditioning Industry Association (JRA GL-02-1994)
15% ethylene glycol aqueous solution: diluted by tap water in condition above without any additives such as antiseptics.
Deionized water: Electric conductivity 1 mS/cm or higher (Electric resistivity 1 MW·cm or lower)
Note 3) q Ambient temperature: 32°C, w Circulating fluid: Tap water, e Circulating fluid temperature: 20°C, r Circulating fluid flow rate: Rated flow, t Power supply: 400 VAC
Note 4) q Ambient temperature: 32°C, w Circulating fluid: Tap water, e Circulating fluid flow rate: Rated flow, r Power supply: 400 VAC
Note 5) q Ambient temperature: 32°C, w Circulating fluid: Tap water, e Circulating fluid temperature: 20°C, r Load: Same as the cooling capacity, t Circulating fluid
flow rate: Rated flow, y Power supply: 400 VAC, u Piping length: Shortest
Note 6) When circulating fluid outlet port pressure – return port pressure = 0.25 MPa.
Note 7) Fluid flow rate to maintain the cooling capacity and to keep the circulating fluid discharge pressure to 0.5 MPa or less. If the actual flow rate is lower than this, install a bypass piping.
73
Thermo-chiller Standard Type
Water-cooled 400 V Type
Series HRS100/150
HRS
RoHS
W Water-cooled refrigeration
Pipe thread type
Rc
G (with Rc-G conversion fitting)
NPT (with Rc-NPT conversion fitting)
Power supply
40 3-phase 380 to 415 VAC (50/60 Hz)
Specifications
L/min
42/56
L/min
m
L/min
L
55/68
50
28/42
18
Rc3/4 (Symbol F: G3/4, Symbol N: NPT3/4)
Rc1/4 (Symbol F: G1/4, Symbol N: NPT1/4)
0.2 to 0.5
5 to 35
Rc1/2 (Symbol F: G1/2, Symbol N: NPT1/2)
Rc1 (Symbol F: G1, Symbol N: NPT1)
Stainless steel, Copper (Heat exchanger brazing), Brass, Bronze,
PTFE, PU, EPDM, PVC, NBR, PE, NR, PBT, PP, POM, Carbon, Ceramic
5 to 40
0.3 to 0.5
33/34
38/40
0.3 or more
Rc3/4 (Symbol F: G3/4, Symbol N: NPT3/4)
Stainless steel, Copper (Heat exchanger brazing), Bronze, Brass
PTFE, NBR, EPDM
3-phase 200 VAC (50 Hz), 3-phase 200 to 230 VAC (60 Hz)
Allowable voltage range ±10% (No continuous voltage fluctuation)
20
30
6.4/7.2
7.7/9.5
3.4/4.4 (4.5/5.0)
4.5/6.0 (5.4/6.6)
70
IPX4
Alarm code list stickers 2 pcs. (English 1 pc./Japanese 1 pc.),
Operation Manual (for installation/operation) 2 pcs. (English 1 pc./Japanese 1 pc.),
Y-strainer 20A 1 pc., Barrel nipple 20A 1 pc., Drain pan for the pump 1 pc.
151
154
2004/108/EC
2006/42/EC
MPa
°C
Electrical system Facility water system
°C
MPa
L/min
MPa
Fluid contact material
Power supply
Rated current
A
Earth leakage breaker
(Standard/With handle)
Sensitivity of leak current
mA
Note
5)
A
Rated operating current 50/60 Hz
kW (kVA)
Rated power consumption 50/60 Hz Note 5)
Note
5)
dB (A)
Noise level (Front 1 m/Height 1 m)
Waterproof specification
Accessories
HRZ
HRZD
°C
kW
kW
°C
HRW
°C
HRS150-Wl-40-l
Water-cooled refrigeration
R410A (HFC)
PID control
2 to 45
Tap water, 15% ethylene glycol aqueous solution, Deionized water
5 to 35
10.0/11.0
14.5/16.5
1.7/2.2
2.5/3.0
±1.0
HRSE
HRS100-Wl-40-l
Fluid contact material
Temperature range
Pressure range
Required flow 50/60 Hz
Facility water pressure differential
Facility water inlet/outlet
Note 1) 400 V type is provided with an earth leakage breaker
(-B) as standard.
Note 2) This is a manual fluid fill port that is different from the
automatic fluid fill port. Fluid can be supplied manually
into the tank without removing the side panel.
(Fluid can be supplied manually for models without
option -K if the side panel is removed.)
HECR
Circulating fluid system
Model
Cooling method
Refrigerant
Control method
Ambient temperature Note 1)
Circulating fluid Note 2)
Set temperature range Note 1)
Cooling capacity 50/60 Hz Note 3)
Heating capacity 50/60 Hz Note 4)
Temperature stability Note 5)
Rated flow 50/60 Hz (Outlet) Note 6)
Pump
(When circulating fluid outlet port pressure – return port pressure = 0.25 MPa.)
capacity Maximum flow rate 50/60 Hz
Maximum pump head
Minimum operating flow rate 50/60 Hz Note 7)
Tank capacity
Circulating fluid outlet, circulating fluid return port
Pump drain port
Automatic Supply side pressure range
Supply side fluid temperature
fluid fill
system
Automatic fluid fill port
(Standard) Overflow port
None
With caster adjuster-foot
With fluid fill port
HEC
Nil
F
N
Nil Note 1)
A
K Note 2)
HRSH
Option
Cooling method
Weight (dry state)
kg
Compliant
EMC Directive
CE marking
Machinery Directive
standards
Note 1) Use a 15% ethylene glycol aqueous solution if operating in a place where the ambient temperature and/or circulating fluid temperature is 10°C or less. Also,
when there is a possibility of the facility water being frozen, make sure to discharge all the facility water from the facility water circuit.
Note 2) Use fluid in condition below as the circulating fluid. Also, when there is a possibility of the facility water being frozen, make sure to discharge all the facility water from the facility water circuit.
Tap water: Standard of The Japan Refrigeration And Air Conditioning Industry Association (JRA GL-02-1994)
15% ethylene glycol aqueous solution: diluted by tap water in condition above without any additives such as antiseptics.
Deionized water: Electric conductivity 1 mS/cm or higher (Electric resistivity 1 MW·cm or lower)
Note 3) q Facility water temperature: 32°C, w Circulating fluid: Tap water, e Circulating fluid temperature: 20°C, r Circulating fluid flow rate: Rated flow, t Power supply: 400 VAC
Note 4) q Facility water temperature: 32°C, w Circulating fluid: Tap water, e Circulating fluid flow rate: Rated flow, r Power supply: 400 VAC
Note 5) q Facility water temperature: 32°C, w Circulating fluid: Tap water, e Circulating fluid temperature: 20°C, r Load: Same as the cooling capacity, t Circulating
fluid flow rate: Rated flow, y Power supply: 400 VAC, u Piping length: Shortest
Note 6) When circulating fluid outlet port pressure − return port pressure = 0.25 MPa.
Note 7) Fluid flow rate to maintain the cooling capacity and to keep the circulating fluid discharge pressure to 0.5 MPa or less. If the actual flow rate is lower than this, install a bypass piping.
74
HEB
10 kW
15 kW
HED
100
150
40
Technical
Data
HRS 100 W
Cooling capacity
HRSH090 HRS100/150
How to Order
Series
HRS100/150
Standard Type
* If the product is used at altitude of 1000 m or higher, refer to “Operating Environment/
Storage Environment” (page 90) Item 13 “* For altitude of 1000 m or higher”.
Cooling Capacity
HRS100-A-20/40- (60 Hz)
14
14
12
12
10
Ambient temperature 32°C
8
Ambient temperature 40°C
6
4
Ambient temperature 45°C
2
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
Cooling capacity [kW]
Cooling capacity [kW]
HRS100-A-20/40- (50 Hz)
Ambient temperature 32°C
10
Ambient temperature 40°C
8
6
4
Ambient temperature 45°C
2
0
35
5
10
14
12
12
Facility water temperature 32°C
8
6
4
Facility water temperature 40°C
2
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
6
4
0
Facility water temperature 40°C
5
10
Ambient temperature 32°C
Ambient temperature 40°C
Ambient temperature 45°C
4
Cooling capacity [kW]
Cooling capacity [kW]
16
14
5
10
15
20
25
30
10
8
Ambient temperature 45°C
6
4
5
10
25
30
35
20
Facility water temperature 32°C
14
12
10
8
Facility water temperature 40°C
6
4
Cooling capacity [kW]
Cooling capacity [kW]
20
HRS150-W-20/40- (60 Hz)
18 Facility water temperature 32°C
16
14
12
10
8
Facility water temperature 40°C
6
4
2
2
5
10
15
20
25
Circulating fluid temperature [°C]
75
15
Circulating fluid temperature [°C]
20
0
35
Ambient temperature 40°C
12
0
35
HRS150-W-20/40- (50 Hz)
16
30
Ambient temperature 32°C
Circulating fluid temperature [°C]
18
25
2
2
0
20
HRS150-A-20/40- (60 Hz)
18
6
15
Circulating fluid temperature [°C]
16
8
35
8
18
10
30
10
2
35
HRS150-A-20/40- (50 Hz)
12
25
Facility water temperature 32°C
Circulating fluid temperature [°C]
14
20
HRS100-W-20/40- (60 Hz)
14
Cooling capacity [kW]
Cooling capacity [kW]
HRS100-W-20/40- (50 Hz)
10
15
Circulating fluid temperature [°C]
Circulating fluid temperature [°C]
30
35
0
5
10
15
20
25
Circulating fluid temperature [°C]
30
35
Thermo-chiller Standard Type
Series
HRS100/150
Pump Capacity
HRS100/150-Am-20/40-m
HRS100/150-Wm-20/40-m
Usable range
(60 Hz)
0.2
Circulating fluid
return port
20
30
40
50
60
0
70
HRW
HRZD
HRZ
HRSE
HRSH
Circulating fluid flow rate [L/min]
HECR
10
10
HEC
0
20
HEB
0
30
HED
0.1
Circulating
fluid
outlet
(50 Hz)
Technical
Data
0.3
40
HRSH090 HRS100/150
Usable range
(50 Hz)
0.4
HRS
50
Circulating
fluid
outlet
(60 Hz)
Pump head [m]
Circulating fluid pressure [MPa]
0.5
76
Series
HRS100/150
Standard Type
Dimensions
HRS100/150-A-20 (Air-cooled 200 V type)
HRS100/150-A-40 (Air-cooled 400 V type)
Ventilation air inlet
Ventilation air inlet
Ventilation air outlet
954
616
Eye bolt M12
(4 places)
Handle
Operation display panel
Overflow port Rc1
Automatic fluid fill port
Rc1/2
Breaker handle Note 1)
Dustproof filter
Handle
A
Note 1) A breaker handle is equipped as standard for the 400 V type only.
Note 2) The HRS100 is not equipped with a lower dustproof filter.
894
Signal cable entry (Hole 40)
(Grommet with membrane)
115
192
225
Pump drain port Rc1/4
(Valve stopper)
272
508
HRS100/150-W-20 (Water-cooled 200 V type)
HRS100/150-W-40 (Water-cooled 400 V type)
Handle
Operation display panel
715
Overflow port Rc1
Facility water inlet Rc3/4
Breaker handle Note)
Signal cable entry (Hole 40)
(Grommet with membrane)
115
Power terminal
882
462
1235
Note) A
breaker handle is equipped as standard for the 400 V type only.
179
B
109
116
B
Automatic fluid fill port Rc1/2
Serial communication
(RS-485/RS-232C) connector
D-sub female receptacle
Circulating fluid return port
Rc3/4
192
225
Pump drain port Rc1/4
(Valve stopper)
272
508
583
77
1102
Circulating fluid outlet
Rc3/4
Fluid level indicator
974
Ventilation air outlet
Facility water outlet Rc3/4
894
687
Handle
Contact input/output
communication connector
Power cable entry (Hole 40)
(Grommet with membrane)
579
Eye bolt M12
(4 places)
579
462
179
A
Circulating fluid return port
Rc3/4
116
Power terminal
109
Dustproof filter Note 2)
974
Circulating fluid outlet
Rc3/4
Fluid level indicator
Serial communication
(RS-485/RS-232C) connector
D-sub female receptacle
1434
Contact input/output
communication connector
Power cable entry (Hole 40)
(Grommet with membrane)
Thermo-chiller Standard Type
Series
HRS100/150
Dimensions
HRS100/150-W-20 (Water-cooled 200 V type)
HRS100/150-W-40 (Water-cooled 400 V type)
Anchor bolt fixing position B
(954) (Thermo-chiller dimension)
(687) (Thermo-chiller dimension)
View B-B
HRSH090 HRS100/150
View A-A
50
50
617
138
HRSH
410
(715) (Thermo-chiller dimension)
4 x ø12
518
138
(616) (Thermo-chiller dimension)
670
4 x ø12
HRS
HRS100/150-A-20 (Air-cooled 200 V type)
HRS100/150-A-40 (Air-cooled 400 V type)
Anchor bolt fixing position A
Accessory: Y-strainer mounting view
HRSE
* Mount it by yourself on the circulating fluid return port.
Circulating fluid return port Rc3/4
Flow direction
HRZ
Barrel nipple 20A
144
Y-strainer
(40 mesh) 20A
HRZD
Y-strainer (20A)
(Accessory)
Technical
Data
HED
HEB
HEC
HECR
HRW
Barrel nipple (20A)
(Accessory)
78
Series
HRS100/150
Standard Type
Recommended External Piping Flow
External piping circuit is recommended as shown below.
7
Thermo-chiller
2
Facility water outlet
(Water-cooled refrigeration)
7
Facility
water
equipment
1
2
Facility water inlet
(Water-cooled refrigeration)
8
1
Fluid supply
Automatic fluid fill port
6
2
2
2
2
Circulating fluid outlet
1
User's
equipment
Circulating fluid return port
3
4
Overflow port
To wastewater collection pit
Tank drain port
5
* Ensure that the overflow port is connected to the wastewater collection pit in order to avoid damage to the tank of the thermo-chiller.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
Valve
Valve
Y-strainer (#40) (Accessory)
Flow meter
Valve (Part of thermo-chiller)
Y-strainer (#40)
Pressure gauge
Y-strainer (#40) or filter
Size
Rc1/2
Rc3/4
Rc3/4
Prepare a flow meter with an appropriate flow range.
Rc1/4
Rc1/2
0 to 1 MPa
Rc3/4
Cable Specifications
Power supply and signal cable should be prepared by user.
Power Cable Specifications
Rated value for thermo-chiller
Applicable model
Power supply
Power cable examples
Applicable breaker Terminal block
rated current
screw dia.
HRS100-Al-20-l 3-phase 200 VAC
HRS100-Wl-20-l (50 Hz)
HRS150-Al-20-l 3-phase 200 to 230 VAC
HRS150-Wl-20-l (60 Hz)
30 A
M5
40 A
HRS100-Al-40-l
HRS100-Wl-40-l 3-phase 380 to 415 VAC
HRS150-Al-40-l (50/60 Hz)
20 A
M5
Cable size
Crimped terminal on the
thermo-chiller side
4 cores x 5.5 mm2 (4 cores x AWG10)
(Including grounding cable R5.5-5)
R5.5-5
4 cores x 8 mm2 (4 cores x AWG8)
(Including grounding cable R8-5)
4 cores x 5.5 mm2 (4 cores x AWG10)
(Including grounding cable R5.5-5)
R8-5
A
R5.5-5
HRS150-Wl-40-l
Note) An example of the cable specifications is when two kinds of vinyl insulated wires with a
continuous allowable operating temperature of 70°C at 600 V, are used at an ambient
temperature of 30°C. Select the proper size of cable according to an actual condition.
Signal Cable Specifications
Terminal specifications
Terminal block screw diameter Recommended crimped terminal
M3
Y-shape crimped terminal
1.25Y-3
Cable specifications
0.75 mm2 (AWG18)
Shielded cable
Power cable
Signal cable
Partially enlarged view A
79
Thermo-chiller Standard Type
List of Function
4
Key-lock
5
Timer for operation
Timer is used to set the operation start/stop.
start/stop
6
Signal for the
completion of
preparation
A signal is output when the circulating fluid
temperature reaches the set temperature, when
using contact input/output and serial communication.
7
Offset function
Use this function when there is a temperature offset between the
discharge temperature of the thermo-chiller and user’s equipment.
8
Reset after
power failure
Start operation automatically after the power supply
is turned on.
9
Key click
sound setting
Operation panel key sound can be set on/off.
Description
Equipped with a unit conversion function. Displays the
w [°C] [°F] lamp unit of displayed temperature (default setting: °C).
Keys can be locked so that set values cannot be
changed by operator error.
[MPa] [PSI]
Equipped with a unit conversion function. Displays the
unit of displayed pressure (default setting: MPa).
10
Changing
temp. unit
Temperature unit can be changed.
Centigrade (°C) ⇔ Fahrenheit (°F)
r lamp
[REMOTE]
Enables remote operation (star t and stop) by
communication. Lights up during remote operation.
11
Changing
pressure unit
Pressure unit can be changed.
MPa ⇔ PSI
t [RUN] lamp
Lights up when the product is started, and goes off when
it is stopped. Flashes during stand-by for stop or antifreezing function, or independent operation of the pump.
12 Data reset
e lamp
y [ALARM] lamp Flashes with buzzer when alarm occurs.
Lights up when the surface of the fluid level indicator falls below the L level.
u [ ] lamp
Functions can be reset to the default settings
(settings when shipped from the factory).
13
Accumulation Reset function when the pump, the fan or the compressor
is replaced. Reset the accumulated time here.
time reset
i [ ] lamp
Equipped with a timer for start and stop. Lights up
when this function is operated.
14
Anti-freezing
function
Circulating fluid is protected from freezing during winter
or at night. Set beforehand if there is a risk of freezing.
Equipped with a power failure auto-restart function, which
restarts the product automatically after stopped due to a
power failure. Lights up when this function is operated.
15
o [ ] lamp
Warming-up
function
When circulating fluid temperature rising time at starting
needs shortening during winter or at night, set beforehand.
!0 [RUN/STOP] key Makes the product start or stop.
!2 [SEL] key
!3 [] key
!4 [] key
!5 [PUMP] key
Shifts the main menu (display screen of circulating fluid discharge temperature
and pressure) and other menus (for monitoring and entry of set values).
17
Alarm buzzer
sound setting
Alarm sound can be set to on/off.
18
Alarm
customizing
Operation during alarm condition and threshold
values can be changed depending on the alarm type.
Changes the item in menu and enters the set value.
Decreases the set value.
Increases the set value.
Press the [MENU] and [RUN/STOP] keys simultaneously. The pump starts
running independently to make the product ready for start-up (release the air).
If there will be a possibility of the snow coverage
due to the change of the installation environment
(season, weather), set beforehand.
19 Communication
This function is used for contact input/output or
serial communication.
HECR
!1 [MENU] key
Anti-snow
16 coverage
function
HRS
Product temperature, pressure and accumulated
Inspection
operating time can be checked as daily inspection.
monitor menu
Use these for daily inspection.
HRSH090 HRS100/150
3
HRSH
Function
Displays the circulating fluid current discharge temperature
Digital display PV and pressure and alarm codes and other menu items (codes).
(7 segment,
Displays the circulating fluid discharge temperature
4 digits)
SV
and the set values of other menus.
Alarm display menu Indicates alarm number when an alarm occurs.
HRSE
q
!3 !6 !4
2
HRZ
No.
!2
Main display
HRZD
!0 !5 !1
Displays the current and set temperature of the
circulating fluid, discharge pressure of the circulating
fluid. Changes the circulating fluid set temperature.
1
HRW
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Outline
Press the [] and [] keys simultaneously. The alarm
!6 [RESET] key buzzer is stopped
and the [ALARM] lamp is reset.
Alarm
This unit has alarms as standard, and displays each of them by its alarm code on the PV screen with the [ALARM] lamp ([LOW LEVEL] lamp) lit up on the
operation display panel. The alarm can be read out through communication.
Code
Alarm message
Code
Alarm message
Code
Alarm message
AL01
AL02
AL03
AL04
AL05
AL06
AL07
AL08
AL09
AL10
AL11
AL12
AL13
AL15
AL16
Low level in tank
High circulating fluid discharge temp.
Circulating fluid discharge temp. rise
Circulating fluid discharge temp. drop
High circulating fluid return temp.
High circulating fluid discharge pressure
Abnormal pump operation
Circulating fluid discharge pressure rise
Circulating fluid discharge pressure drop
High compressor intake temp.
Low compressor intake temp.
Low super heat temp.
High compressor discharge pressure
Refrigeration circuit pressure (high pressure side) drop
Refrigeration circuit pressure (low pressure side) rise
AL17
AL18
AL19
AL20
AL21
AL22
AL23
AL24
AL25
AL26
AL27
AL28
AL29
AL30
AL31
Refrigeration circuit pressure (low pressure side) drop
Compressor running failure
Communication error
Memory error
DC line fuse cut
Circulating fluid discharge temp. sensor failure
Circulating fluid return temp. sensor failure
Compressor intake temp. sensor failure
Circulating fluid discharge pressure sensor failure
Compressor discharge pressure sensor failure
Compressor intake pressure sensor failure
Pump maintenance
Fan maintenance
Compressor maintenance
Contact input 1 signal detection
AL32
AL37
AL38
AL40
AL41
AL42
AL43
AL45
AL47
AL49
AL50
AL51
Contact input 2 signal detection
Compressor discharge temp. sensor failure
Compressor discharge temp. rise
Dustproof filter maintenance Note 1)
Power stoppage
Compressor waiting
Fan failure Note 1)
Compressor over current
Pump over current
Air exhaust fan stoppage Note 2)
Incorrect phase error
Phase board over current
Note 1) D oes not occur on the product of water-cooled refrigeration type.
Note 2) Does not occur on the product of air-cooled refrigeration type.
* For details, read the Operation Manual.
For details, refer to the Operation Manual. Please download it via our website, http://www.smcworld.com
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HEC
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Function
HEB
q
No.
HED
The basic operation of this unit is controlled through the
operation display panel on the front of the product.
ew
HRS100/150
Technical
Data
Operation Display Panel
Series
Series
HRS100/150
Standard Type
Communication Function
Contact Input/Output
Item
Specifications
Connector type
Insulation method
Rated input voltage
Operating voltage range
Input signal
Rated input current
Input impedance
Rated load voltage
Contact output
Maximum load current
signal
Minimum load current
Output voltage
M3 terminal block
Photocoupler
24 VDC
21.6 to 26.4 VDC
5 mA TYP
4.7 kW
48 VAC or less/30 VDC or less
500 mA AC/DC (resistance load)
5 VDC 10 mA
24 VDC ±10% 500 mA MAX (No inductive load)
User’s equipment side
To the thermo-chiller
24 VDC
7
6
5
24 VDC output
(500 mA MAX)
15
14
24 VCOM
13
12
4.7 kΩ
1 kΩ
Circuit diagram
4
11
Internal circuit
4.7 kΩ
1 kΩ
24 VCOM output
Signal description
Default setting
Contact input signal 2
—
Contact input signal 1
Run/stop signal input
Contact output signal 3
Alarm status signal output
Contact output signal 2
Remote status signal output
Contact output signal 1
Operation status signal output
3
10
2
9
1
8
0
* The pin numbers and output signals can be set by user. For details, refer to the Operation Manual for communication.
Serial Communication
The serial communication (RS-485/RS-232C) enables the following items to be written and read out.
For details, refer to the Operation Manual for communication.
Writing
Readout
Run/Stop
Circulating fluid temperature
setting (SV)
Circulating fluid present temperature
Circulating fluid discharge pressure
Status information
Alarm occurrence information
Item
Specifications
Connector type
Protocol
Standards
D-sub 9-pin, Female connector
Modicon Modbus compliant/Simple communication protocol
EIA standard RS-485
EIA standard RS-232C
1
Internal
circuit
Circuit diagram
5
9
SD+
SG
SD−
To the thermo-chiller User’s equipment side
Internal
circuit
To the thermo-chiller User’s equipment side
2
3
5
RD
SD
SG
* The terminal resistance of RS-485 (120 W) can be switched by the operation display panel. For details, refer to the Operation Manual for communication.
Do not connect other than in the way shown above, as it can result in failure.
Please download the Operation Manual via our website, http://www.smcworld.com
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Series
HRS100/150
Note) Options have to be selected when
ordering the thermo-chiller.
It is not possible to add them
after purchasing the unit.
Options
Option symbol
A
HRS
HRS
With Caster Adjuster-foot
A
With caster adjuster-foot
HRSH090 HRS100/150
Unfixed casters and adjuster feet stops are mounted.
B
C
830
302
1552
570
401
1353
118
HRS100/150-A-20/40-A
HRS100/150-W-20/40-A
A
C
Dimension [mm]
Applicable model
A
B
Option symbol
B
HRS
HRSH
With Earth Leakage Breaker
20 B
With earth leakage breaker
Rated current [A]
HRS100-A/W-20
HRS150-A/W-20
30
Sensitivity of
Short circuit
leak current [mA] display method
40
30
Earth leakage
breaker
Mechanical
button
HRZ
Applicable model
HRSE
A leakage breaker is built in to automatically stop the supply power when it has
short-circuit, over current or electrical leakage.
* 400 V type is equipped as standard.
HRZD
* Cannot be selected together with option B1.
Option symbol
HRS
HRW
B1 With Earth Leakage Breaker with Handle
20 B 1
HECR
With earth leakage breaker with handle
HEB
HEC
A breaker operation handle that can be operated without removing the front panel for the electrical unit is mounted.
The capacity, sensitivity of leak current, and operating characteristics of the breaker are the same as option B.
(It is not necessary to select this option since an earth leakage breaker with a handle is installed for the
models with power supply specification ‘–40’ as standard equipment.)
HED
OF
OFF
F
ON
Technical
Data
The front panel of the electrical unit cannot
be removed without turning off the breaker.
Breaker handle
* 400 V type is equipped as standard.
* Cannot be selected together with option B.
82 B
Options
HRS
HRS100/150
Option symbol
With Fluid Fill Port
K
With fluid fill port
81
1177
HRS
When the automatic fluid fill port is not used, fluid can be supplied
manually without removing the panel.
Fluid fill port
295
∗ Dimensions are common to all models.
HRSH
Cap
HRSH090 HRS100/150
K
Series
Technical
Data
HED
HEB
HEC
HECR
HRW
HRZD
HRZ
HRSE
Fluid fill port
82-1 A
Series
HRS100/150
Optional Accessories
q Piping Conversion Fitting
This is a fitting to change the port from Rc to G or NPT.
· Circulating fluid outlet, Circulating fluid return port Rc3/4 → NPT3/4 or G3/4
· Overflow port Rc1 → NPT1 or G1
· Automatic fluid fill port Rc1/2 → NPT1/2 or G1/2
· Facility water inlet, Facility water outlet Rc3/4 → NPT3/4 or G3/4 (for HRS-EP029 or HRS-EP030)
(It is not necessary to purchase this when pipe thread type F or N is selected in “How to Order” since it is included in the product.)
Part no.
Contents
NPT thread conversion fitting set
HRS-EP027
HRS-EP028
HRS-EP029
HRS-EP030
G thread conversion fitting set
NPT thread conversion fitting set
G thread conversion fitting set
Applicable model
Material
HRS100/150-A-
Stainless steel
HRS100/150-W-
Approx. 35 mm
Approx. 35 mm
Protrusion when the conversion
fitting for circulating fluid
is mounted
Protrusion when the conversion
fitting for circulating fluid or
facility water is mounted
Conversion fitting for overflow port
1 pc./set
Conversion fitting for overflow port
1 pc./set
Conversion fitting for automatic
fluid fill port
1 pc./set
Conversion fitting for automatic
fluid fill port
1 pc./set
Conversion fittings for circulating fluid outlet,
circulating fluid return port
2 pcs./set
Conversion fittings for circulating fluid outlet,
circulating fluid return port, facility water inlet,
facility water outlet
4 pcs./set
Conversion fitting for tank drain port
1 pc./set
Conversion fitting for tank drain port
1 pc./set
HRS-EP027, HRS-EP028
HRS-EP029, HRS-EP030
w Caster Adjuster-foot Kit
This is a set of unfixed casters and adjuster feet stop.
When installed by user, it is necessary to lift the thermo-chiller by a forklift or sling work.
Carefully read the procedure manual included with this kit before performing the installation.
Part no.
Applicable model
HRS-KS003
HRS-KS002
HRS100/150-A-
HRS100/150-W-
Dimension [mm]
Parts List
A
B
830
302
Procedure manual
570
401
Caster adjuster-foot bracket (2 pcs.)
Description
Fixing bolt (M8) (8 pcs.)
Adjuster foot
Unfixed caster
(Caster O.D.: ø75)
Fig. 2 Caster adjuster-foot bracket (2 pcs.)
118
Fixing bolt (M8)
A
B
Fig. 1 Mounting view
83
Fig. 3 Fixing bolt (8 pcs.)
Optional Accessories
Series
HRS100/150
e Electric Conductivity Control Set
Measurement range of electric conductivity
Set range of electric conductivity target
2.0 to 48.0 μS/cm
5.0 to 45.0 μS/cm
Set range of electric conductivity hysteresis
Operating temperature range
(Circulating fluid temperature)
Power consumption
2.0 to 10.0 μS/cm
Installation environment
Indoors
5 to 60°C
400 mA or less
(295)
(Flying-out size)
(78)
e
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Parts List
Circulating fluid
return port
No.
w
i
Description
DI filter vessel (resin)
w
DI sensor assembly
e
DI control piping assembly
r
DI filter outlet tube
t
DI filter inlet tube
y
Nipple (2 pcs.)
u
Mounting bracket
i
Mounting screw (4 pcs.)
o
Tapping screw (4 pcs.)
!0
DI filter cartridge
(Part no.: HRS-DF001)
HRZD
q!0
q
HRSE
u
HRZ
y
HRSH
o
Circulating
fluid outlet
r Bypass Piping Set
Ensure that the circulating fluid flow rate will be more than the minimum required flow rate using a bypass piping set so that the circulating
fluid discharge pressure would be 0.5 MPa or less. Otherwise, an alarm due to circulating fluid discharge pressure or pump over current
may occur.
(50/60 Hz)
HECR
28/42
q
To circulating
To circulating
fluid return port
fluid outlet
r
t
HEC
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HEB
HRS-BP007
HRS100--
HRS150--
Minimum operating flow rate [L/min]
r
Parts List
No.
q
Description
Hose (I.D.: 15 mm, Length: 700 mm)
w
Outlet piping assembly (With globe valve)
e
Return piping assembly
r
Barrel nipple (Size: 3/4 inch) (2 pcs.)
t
Union (Size: 3/4 inch) (2 pcs.)
y
Sealant tape
u
Operation Manual
HED
Applicable model
Technical
Data
Part no.
HRSH090 HRS100/150
HRS-DI010
HRW
Applicable model
HRS100--
HRS150--
(Height to the
bottom of the resin
filter vessel)
Part no.
HRS
The set indicates and controls the electric conductivity of the circulating fluid. Refer to the Operation Manual for details.
84 A
HRS100/150
Series
t Relief Valve Set
If a solenoid valve is installed in the user’s system and the circulating fluid supply stops or decreases during thermo-chiller
operation, the circulating fluid discharge pressure of the thermo-chiller increases and an alarm may occur. The relief valve set
opens the valve when the pressure exceeds the set pressure level, which prevents pressure increase.
Part no.
Applicable model
HRS-BP008
HRS100--
HRS150--
To circulating
q
fluid outlet
r
To circulating
t
fluid return port
w
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e
Parts List
(The figure shows the HRS-150-A-20.)
· Relief valve set pressure: 0.32 MPa (The relief valve starts to open when the circulating
fluid discharge pressure reaches 0.32 MPa.)
· The setting is made so that the circulating fluid discharge pressure of the thermo-chiller
does not exceed 0.5 MPa even when the thermo-chiller is operated at 60 Hz and the
water is no longer supplied to the user’s system.
· The set pressure of the relief valve should not be adjusted (or changed) by the user. If the
set pressure needs to be adjusted, it should be conducted by authorized engineers.
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No.
q
Description
Hose (I.D.: 15 mm, Length: 700 mm)
w
Outlet piping assembly (With globe valve)
e
Return piping assembly
r
Barrel nipple (Size: 3/4 inch) (4 pcs.)
t
Union (Size: 3/4 inch) (4 pcs.)
y
Sealant tape
u
Operation Manual
Optional Accessories
Series
HRS100/150
y Snow Protection Hood
Snow protection hood for air-cooled chiller. According to the mounting direction of the snow protection hood, the ventilation from
the fan can be selected from four directions, front, rear, left and right.
Left
Rear
HRS
Right
HRSH
HRSH090 HRS100/150
Front
w
HRSE
q
Parts List
Applicable model
No.
HRS-BK005
HRS100-A-
HRS150-A-
q
Description
Snow protection hood base
Q’ty
1
w
Snow protection hood A
e
Snow protection hood B
2
r
Assembly/Mounting screw
18
e
r
HRZ
Part no.
HRW
HRZD
1
HEB
HEC
1840
HECR
18
Mounting condition for HRS-BK005
Technical
Data
HED
* This hood does not completely prevent snow from entering the inside of the chiller.
86
Series
HRS100/150
u Particle Filter Set
Removes foreign objects in the circulating fluid. This set cannot be directly connected to the thermo-chiller. Install it in the user’s
piping system. Refer to the Operation Manual for details.
Particle Filter Set
HRS PF005 H
Accessory
Symbol
Nil
H
Accessory
None
With handle
Fluid
Max. operating pressure
Tap water
0.65 MPa
Operating temperature range
5 to 35°C
Nominal filtration accuracy
5 μm
Installation environment
Indoors
Parts List
No.
q
Description
Body
w
Element
Replacement Element
e
Extension piece
r
Handle
HRS PF006
t
Sealant tape
Material
PC, PP
PP
Stainless steel
—
PTFE
Q’ty
1
1
—
—
2
Conversion from NPT to Rc
1
When -H is selected
1
—
e
NPT1
(256)
Rc1
NPT1
e
Rc1
w
(343)
q
r
t
87
Note
Series
HRS100/150
Cooling Capacity Calculation
I: Current
Q: Heat generation
amount
q Derive the heat generation amount from the power consumption.
User’s
equipment
V: Power supply
voltage
Power consumption P: 7 [kW]
Q = P = 7 [kW]
Cooling capacity = Considering a safety factor of 20%, 7 [kW] x 1.2 = 8.4 [kW]
Cooling capacity = Considering a safety factor of 20%,
7.3 [kW] x 1.2 = 8.8 [kW]
7.5 [kW] x 1.2 = 9.0 [kW]
HRZ
= 8.8 [kVA] x 0.85 = 7.5 [kW]
* The above examples calculate the heat generation amount based on the power consumption.
The actual heat generation amount may differ due to the structure of the user’s equipment.
Be sure to check it carefully.
Example 2: When the heat generation amount in the user’s equipment is not known.
Obtain the temperature difference between inlet and outlet by circulating the circulating fluid inside the user’s equipment.
Q = qm x C x (T2 – T1)
=
ρ x qv x C x iT 1 x 35 x 4.186 x 103 x 3.0
=
60
60
= 7325 [J/s] ≈ 7325 [W] = 7.3 [kW]
Cooling capacity = Considering a safety factor of 20%,
7.3 [kW] x 1.2 = 8.8 [kW]
Thermo-chiller
T2: Return
temperature
qv: Circulating
Q: Heat generation
fluid flow rate
amount
∆T = T2 – T1
T1: Outlet
temperature
User’s
equipment
Heat generation amount by user’s equipment Q: Unknown [cal/h] → [W]
Circulating fluid
: Tap water*
Circulating fluid weight flow rate qm : (= ρ x qv x 60) [kgf/h]
Circulating fluid weight volume ratio : 1 [kgf/L]
Circulating fluid (volume) flow rate qv : 35 [L/min]
Circulating fluid specific heat C
: 1.0 x 103 [cal/(kgf·°C)]
Circulating fluid outlet temperature T1: 20 [°C]
Circulating fluid return temperature T2: 23 [°C]
Circulating fluid temperature difference iT: 3 [°C] (= T2 – T1)
Conversion factor: hours to minutes : 60 [min/h]
Conversion factor: kcal/h to kW
: 860 [(cal/h)/W]
qm x C x (T2 – T1)
860
 x qv x 60 x C x iT
= 860
1 x 35 x 60 x 1.0 x 103 x 3.0
= 860
Q= HEB
* Refer to page 89 for the typical physical property value of tap water or other circulating fluids.
Example of conventional measurement units (Reference)
HED
Heat generation amount by user’s equipment Q : Unknown [W] ([J/s])
Circulating fluid
: Tap water*
Circulating fluid mass flow rate qm
: (= ρ x qv ÷ 60) [kg/s]
Circulating fluid density ρ
: 1 [kg/L]
Circulating fluid (volume) flow rate qv
: 35 [L/min]
Circulating fluid specific heat C
: 4.186 x 103 [J/(kg·K)]
Circulating fluid outlet temperature T1
: 293 [K] (20 [°C])
Circulating fluid return temperature T2
: 296 [K] (23 [°C])
Circulating fluid temperature difference iT
: 3 [K] (= T2 – T1)
Conversion factor: minutes to seconds (SI units): 60 [s/min]
HRZD
In this example, using a power factor of 0.85:
HRW
Q = P = V x I x Power factor
Output (shaft power etc.) W: 5.1 [kW]
W
Q=P=
Efficiency
In this example, using an efficiency of 0.7:
5.1
=
= 7.3 [kW]
0.7
Cooling capacity = Considering a safety factor of 20%,
HECR
Power supply output VI: 8.8 [kVA]
e Derive the heat generation amount from the output.
HEC
supply output.
Power consumption
≈ 7325 [W] = 7.3 [kW]
Cooling capacity = Considering a safety factor of 20%,
7.3 [kW] x 1.2 = 8.8 [kW]
88
Technical
Data
w
Derive the heat generation amount from the power
P
HRSH
The heat generation amount can be determined based on the power consumption or output
of the heat generating area — i.e. the area requiring cooling — within the user’s equipment.*
HRSE
Example 1: When the heat generation amount in the user’s equipment is known.
HRSH090 HRS100/150
HRS
Required Cooling Capacity Calculation
Series
HRS100/150
Required Cooling Capacity Calculation
Example 3: When there is no heat generation, and when cooling the object below a certain temperature and period of time.
Heat quantity by cooled substance (per unit time) Q : Unknown [W] ([J/s])
Cooled substance
: Water
Cooled substance mass m
: (= ρ x V) [kg]
Cooled substance density ρ
: 1 [kg/L]
Cooled substance total volume V
: 150 [L]
Cooled substance specific heat C
: 4.186 x 103 [J/(kg·K)]
Cooled substance temperature when cooling begins T0: 303 [K] (30 [°C])
Cooled substance temperature after t hour Tt
: 293 [K] (20 [°C])
Cooling temperature difference iT
: 10 [K] (= T0 – Tt)
Cooling time it
: 900 [s] (= 15 [min])
* Refer to the following for the typical physical property values by circulating fluid.
m x C x (T0 – Tt)
ρ x V x C x iT
=
it
it
1 x 150 x 4.186 x 103 x 10
= = 6977 [J/s] ≈ 7.0 [kW]
900
Q= Example of conventional measurement units (Reference)
Heat quantity by cooled substance (per unit time) Q: Unknown [cal/h] → [W]
Cooled substance
: Water
Cooled substance weight m
: (= ρ x V) [kgf]
Cooled substance weight volume ratio  : 1 [kgf/L]
Cooled substance total volume V
: 150 [L]
Cooled substance specific heat C
: 1.0 x 103 [cal/(kgf·°C)]
Cooled substance temperature when cooling begins T0: 30 [°C]
Cooled substance temperature after t hour Tt: 20 [°C]
Cooling temperature difference iT
: 10 [°C] (= T0 – Tt)
Cooling time it
: 15 [min]
Conversion factor: hours to minutes
: 60 [min/h]
Conversion factor: kcal/h to kW
: 860 [(cal/h)/W]
Q=
Cooling capacity = Considering a safety factor of 20%,
7.0 [kW] x 1.2 = 8.4 [kW]
Thermo-chiller
=
Q x t: Heat capacity [kJ]
1 x 150 x 60 x 1.0 x 103 x 10
15 x 860
≈ 6977 [W] = 7.0 [kW]
Water bath
20°C
m x C x (T0 – Tt)
 x V x 60 x C x iT
=
it x 860
it x 860
Cooling capacity = Considering a safety factor of 20%,
7.0 [kW] x 1.2 = 8.4 [kW]
V
After 15 minutes,
cool 32°C down to 20°C.
Note) This is the calculated value by changing the fluid temperature only. Thus, it varies substantially depending on the water bath or piping shape.
Precautions on Cooling Capacity Calculation
1. Heating capacity
When the circulating fluid temperature is set above room temperature, it needs to be heated by the thermo-chiller. The heating capacity depends on the circulating
fluid temperature. Consider the radiation rate and heat capacity of the user’s equipment and check beforehand if the required heating capacity is provided.
2. Pump capacity
<Circulating fluid flow rate>
Circulating fluid flow rate varies depending on the circulating fluid discharge pressure. Consider the installation height difference
between the thermo-chiller and the user’s equipment, and the piping resistance such as circulating fluid pipings, or piping size, or
piping curves in the machine. Check beforehand if the required flow is achieved, using the pump capacity curves.
<Circulating fluid discharge pressure>
Circulating fluid discharge pressure has the possibility to increase up to the maximum pressure in the pump capacity curves. Check beforehand if the circulating fluid pipings or circulating fluid circuit of the user’s equipment are fully durable against this pressure.
Circulating Fluid Typical Physical Property Values
1. This catalog uses the following values for density and specific heat in calculating the required cooling capacity.
Density ρ: 1 [kg/L] (or, using conventional unit system, weight volume ratio  = 1 [kgf/L] )
Specific heat C: 4.19 x 103 [J/(kg·K)] (or, using conventional unit system, 1 x 103 [cal/(kgf·°C)])
2. Values for density and specific heat change slightly according to temperature shown below. Use this as a reference.
Water
15% Ethylene Glycol Aqueous Solution
Physical property Density ρ Specific heat C
Conventional unit system
value
[J/(kg·K)]
[kg/L]
Weight volume ratio  [kgf/L] Specific heat C [cal/(kgf·°C)]
Temperature
Temperature
5°C
10°C
15°C
20°C
25°C
30°C
35°C
40°C
89
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.99
0.99
4.2 x 103
4.19 x 103
4.19 x 103
4.18 x 103
4.18 x 103
4.18 x 103
4.18 x 103
4.18 x 103
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.99
0.99
1 x 103
1 x 103
1 x 103
1 x 103
1 x 103
1 x 103
1 x 103
1 x 103
Physical property Density ρ Specific heat C
Conventional unit system
value
[J/(kg·K)]
[kg/L]
Weight volume ratio  [kgf/L] Specific heat C [cal/(kgf·°C)]
5°C
1.02
3.91 x 103
1.02
0.93 x 103
10°C
1.02
3.91 x 103
1.02
0.93 x 103
15°C
1.02
3.91 x 103
1.02
0.93 x 103
20°C
1.01
3.91 x 103
1.01
0.93 x 103
3
25°C
1.01
3.91 x 10
1.01
0.93 x 103
30°C
1.01
3.91 x 103
1.01
0.94 x 103
35°C
1.01
3.91 x 103
1.01
0.94 x 103
40°C
1.01
3.92 x 103
1.01
0.94 x 103
Note) The above shown are reference values. Contact circulating fluid supplier for details.
HRS100/150
Specific Product Precautions 1
Series
Be sure to read this before handling. Refer to page 341 for Safety Instructions. For
Temperature Control Equipment Precautions, refer to pages 342 to 345 and the Operation
Manual on SMC website, http://www.smcworld.com
Using corrosive materials such as aluminum or iron for fluid
contact parts such as piping may cause clogging or leakage in
the circulating fluid and facility water circuits. Provide protection against corrosion when you use the product.
4. The facility water outlet temperature (water-cooled
type) may increase up to around 60°C.
When selecting the facility water pipings, consider the suitability for temperature.
Selection
Warning
Model selection
For selecting a model of thermo-chiller, it is required to know the
heat generation amount of the user’s equipment. Obtain the heat
generation amount, referring to “Cooling Capacity Calculation” on
pages 88 and 89 before selecting a model.
Handling
Warning
Thoroughly read the Operation Manual.
Read the Operation Manual completely before operation, and
keep this manual available whenever necessary.
Altitude [m]
q Upper limit of ambient temperature [°C] w Cooling capacity coefficient
Less than 1000 m
45
1.00
Less than 1500 m
42
0.85
Less than 2000 m
38
0.80
Less than 2500 m
35
0.75
Less than 3000 m
32
0.70
14) In locations where strong impacts or vibrations occur.
15) In locations where a massive force strong enough to deform the
product is applied or a weight from a heavy object is applied.
16) I n locations where there is not sufficient space for
maintenance.
17) In locations where liquid that exceeds the conditions required
for the degrees of protection IPX4 may splash on the product.
18) Insects or plants may enter the unit.
2. The product is not designed for clean room usage. It
generates particles internally.
90
HRS
HRSH090 HRS100/150
HRSH
HRSE
HRZ
3. Use non-corrosive material for fluid contact of circulating fluid and facility water.
HRZD
When cooling open-air external tanks, arrange the piping so
that there are coil pipes for cooling inside the tanks, and to
carry back the entire flow volume of circulating fluid that is
released.
HRW
2. When attempting to cool areas that are open to the
atmosphere (tanks, pipes), plan your piping system
accordingly.
1) I n locations where water vapor, salt water, and oil may
splash on the product.
2) In locations where there are dust and particles.
3) I n locations where corrosive gases, organic solvents,
chemical fluids, or flammable gases are present. (This
product is not explosion proof.)
4) In locations where the ambient temperature exceeds the
limits as mentioned below.
During transportation/storage: –15°C to 50°C (But as long
as water or circulating fluid
are not left inside the pipings)
During operation: –5°C to 45°C (However, use a
15% ethylene glycol aqueous
solution if operating in a place
where the ambient temperature or circulating fluid temperature is 10°C or less.)
5) In locations where condensation may occur.
6) In locations which receive direct sunlight or radiated heat.
7) In locations where there is a heat source nearby and the
ventilation is poor.
8) In locations where temperature substantially changes.
9) In locations where strong magnetic noise occurs.
(In locations where strong electric fields, strong magnetic
fields and surge voltage occur.)
10) In locations where static electricity occurs, or conditions
which make the product discharge static electricity.
11) In locations where high frequency occurs.
12) In locations where damage is likely to occur due to lightning.
13) In locations at altitude of 3000 m or higher (Except during
storage and transportation)
* For altitude of 1000 m or higher
Because of lower air density, the heat radiation efficiencies
of the devices in the product will be lower in the location at
altitude of 1000 m or higher. Therefore, the maximum
ambient temperature to use and the cooling capacity will
lower according to the descriptions in the table below.
Select the thermo-chiller considering the descriptions.
qU
pper limit of ambient temperature: Use the product in ambient
temperature of the described value or lower at each altitude.
w Cooling capacity coefficient: The product's cooling
capacity will lower to one that multiplied by the
described value at each altitude.
HECR
1) Check the specifications of the single unit (contents of this
catalog) and thoroughly consider the adaptability between
the user’s system and this unit.
2) Although the protection circuit as a single unit is installed,
prepare a drain pan, water leakage sensor, discharge air
facility, and emergency stop equipment, depending on the
user’s operating condition. Also, the user is requested to
carry out the safety design for the whole system.
1. Do not use in the following environment as it will
lead to a breakdown.
HEC
1. This catalog shows the specifications of a single
unit.
HEB
Warning
HED
Warning
Operating Environment/Storage Environment
Technical
Data
Design
HRS100/150
Specific Product Precautions 2
Series
Be sure to read this before handling. Refer to page 341 for Safety Instructions. For
Temperature Control Equipment Precautions, refer to pages 342 to 345 and the Operation
Manual on SMC website, http://www.smcworld.com
Transportation/Carriage/Movement
Warning
Warning
1. This product will require an acceptance with the
product not unloaded from the truck, and the user
will need to unload the product by himself. Prepare
a forklift.
The product will be delivered in the packaging shown below.
Polyester band
3. Hanging transportation
1) Crane manipulation and slinging work should be done by an
eligible person.
2) Do not grip the piping on the right side or the handles of the
panel.
3) When hanging by the eye bolts, be sure to use a 4-point
hanging method. For the hanging angle, use caution
regarding the position of the center of gravity and hold it
within 60°.
Cardboard box
Hanging position
60° or less
Forklift insertion side
Less than
150 mm
Forklift insertion side
Wooden skid
Less than
150 mm
Less than
150 mm
Forklift insertion side
<When packaged>
Model
HRS100-Al-l
HRS150-Al-l
HRS100-Wl-l
HRS150-Wl-l
HRS100-Al-l-A
HRS150-Al-l-A
HRS100-Wl-l-A
HRS150-Wl-l-A
Weight [kg]
212
218
186
189
231
237
205
208
Dimensions [mm]
Forklift insertion side
HRS150-A-20
Height 1585 x Width 1185 x Depth 955
Height 1485 x Width 925 x Depth 955
Height 1710 x Width 1185 x Depth 955
Height 1610 x Width 925 x Depth 955
2. Transportation by forklift
1) A licensed driver should drive the forklift.
2) The proper place to insert the tines of the forklift differs depending on the model of cooler. Check the insert position,
and be sure to drive the fork in far enough for it to come out
the other side.
3) Be careful not to bump the fork to the cover panel or piping
ports.
Less than
150 mm
<When using option A>
4. Transporting using casters
1) This product is heavy and should be moved by at least two
persons.
2) Do not grip the piping port on the right side or the handles
of the panel.
3) When transporting using a forklift, be sure not to let it hit the
casters or adjusters, and drive the fork all the way through
until it comes out the other side.
4) Do not get across steps with casters.
Mounting/Installation
Warning
Do not place heavy objects on top of this product, or
step on it.
The external panel can be deformed and danger can result.
Caution
1. Install on a rigid floor which can withstand this
product’s weight.
2. Secure with bolts, anchor bolts, etc.
91
HRS100/150
Specific Product Precautions 3
Series
Be sure to read this before handling. Refer to page 341 for Safety Instructions. For
Temperature Control Equipment Precautions, refer to pages 342 to 345 and the Operation
Manual on SMC website, http://www.smcworld.com
Mounting/Installation
3. Refer to the Operation Manual for this product, and
secure an installation space that is necessary for
the maintenance and ventilation.
HRS
Caution
<Water-cooled refrigeration>
When installing the product, keep the space for maintenance
as shown below.
<Air-cooled refrigeration>
Required installation space
mm
or m
m or
ore
m
800
800
ore
re
r mo
mo
m
800
1. Regarding the circulating fluid and facility water
pipings, consider carefully the suitability for
temperature, circulating fluid and facility water.
or m
ore
800
mm
ore
or m
If the operating performance is not sufficient, the pipings may burst
during operation. Using corrosive materials such as aluminum or iron
for fluid contact parts such as piping may cause clogging or leakage
in the circulating fluid and facility water circuits. Provide protection
against corrosion when you use the product.
HRZD
Caution
HRW
mm
or m
Piping
2000 mm or more
400
mm
more
HRSE
400
HRZ
Required installation space for ventilation and maintenance
HRSH
800 mm or more
1. The air-cooled type product exhausts heat using the fan that
is mounted to the product. If the product is operated with
insufficient ventilation, ambient temperature may exceed
45°C, and this will affect the performance and life of the
product. To prevent this ensure that suitable ventilation is
available (see below).
2. For installation indoors, ventilation ports and a ventilation
fan should be equipped as needed.
HRSH090 HRS100/150
Caution
mm
Ventilation
HRS150-A-20
3. If it is impossible to exhaust heat from the installation area
indoors, or when the installation area is conditioned, provide
a duct for heat exhaustion to the air outlet port of this
product for ventilation. Do not mount the inlet of the duct
(flange) directly to the air vent of the product, and keep a
space larger than the diameter of the duct. Additionally,
consider the resistance of the duct when making the air vent
port for the duct.
<Heat radiation amount/Required ventilation rate>
Model
HRS100-A-
HRS150-A-
Required ventilation rate [m3/min]
Heat
radiation Differential temp. of 3°C Differential temp. of 6°C
amount
between inside and
between inside and
[kW]
outside of installation area outside of installation area
Approx. 18
305
155
Approx. 26
440
220
For the rated flow, refer to the pump capacity table.
3. When tightening at the drain port of this product,
use a pipe wrench to clamp the connection ports.
4. Supply water pressure to the automatic fluid fill port
of this product should be 0.2 to 0.5 MPa.
This product has a built-in ball (float) tap. If you attach it to the
faucet of a sink etc. it will automatically supply water to the
rated fluid level of the tank (halfway between HIGH and LOW.)
If the water supply pressure is too high, the pipes may burst
during use. Proceed with caution.
5. E
nsure that piping is connected to the overflow port
so that the circulating fluid can be exhausted to the
drainage pit when the fluid level in the tank increases.
6. For the circulating fluid piping connection, install a
drain pan and wastewater collection pit just in case
the circulating fluid may leak.
7. This product series are constant-temperature fluid
circulating machines with built-in tanks.
Do not install equipment on your system side such as pumps
that forcibly return the circulating fluid to the unit. Also, if you
attach an external tank that is open to the air, it may become
impossible to circulate the circulating fluid. Proceed with caution.
92
HEC
800
HEB
ore
HED
or m
ore
or m
Technical
Data
mm
HECR
2. Select the piping port size which can exceed the rated flow.
800
HRS100/150
Specific Product Precautions 4
Series
Be sure to read this before handling. Refer to page 341 for Safety Instructions. For
Temperature Control Equipment Precautions, refer to pages 342 to 345 and the Operation
Manual on SMC website, http://www.smcworld.com
Electrical Wiring
Warning
Caution
Grounding should never be connected to a water line,
gas line or lightning rod.
HRS150-A/W-20
4h
2h
Caution
1h
30
20
14
10
1. Power supply and communication cables should be
prepared by user.
6 min
4 min
2. Provide a stable power supply which is not affected
by surge or distortion.
Voltage
2 min
Operating time
If the voltage increase ratio (dV/dt) at the zero cross should
exceed 40 V/200 μsec., it may result in malfunction.
min
min
min
min
1 min
Max.
30 s
20 s
10 s
5s
Min.
2s
1s
dV
= Voltage increase ratio
dt
0.5 s
0.2 s
0.1 s
dV
0.05 s
0.02 s
Time
0.01 s
100
dt
3. This product is installed with a breaker with the
following operating characteristics.
For the user’s equipment (inlet side), use a breaker whose operating
time is equal to or longer than the breaker of this product. If a breaker
with shorter operating time is connected, the user’s equipment could
be cut off due to the inrush current of the motor of this product.
HRS100-A/W-20/40, HRS150-A/W-40
4h
2h
1h
min
min
min
min
6 min
4 min
Operating time
2 min
1 min
30 s
20 s
10 s
Max.
5s
2s
1s
0.5 s
Min.
0.2 s
0.1 s
0.05 s
0.02 s
0.01 s
100 125
200
300 400 500 600 700 1000
1500 2000
3000
5000 7000 10000
4000 6000
Current (% for chiller main breaker volume)
93
200
300
400 500 600 700
1000
1500 2000
3000 4000
Current (% for chiller main breaker volume)
<For option B [With earth leakage breaker]>
30
20
14
10
125
HRS100/150
Specific Product Precautions 5
Series
Be sure to read this before handling. Refer to page 341 for Safety Instructions. For
Temperature Control Equipment Precautions, refer to pages 342 to 345 and the Operation
Manual on SMC website, http://www.smcworld.com
Model
HRS100-W-
HRS150-W-
Tap Water (as Circulating Fluid) Quality Standards
[mg/L]
50 or less
Sulfuric acid ion (SO42–)
[mg/L]
50 or less
Acid consumption amount (at pH4.8)
[mg/L]
50 or less
Total hardness
[mg/L]
70 or less
Calcium hardness (CaCO3) [mg/L]
50 or less
Ionic state silica (SiO2)
[mg/L]
30 or less
Iron (Fe)
[mg/L]
0.3 or less
Copper (Cu)
[mg/L]
0.1 or less
Sulfide ion (S2–)
[mg/L] Should not be detected.
+)
Ammonium ion (NH4
[mg/L]
0.1 or less
Residual chlorine (Cl)
[mg/L]
0.3 or less
Free carbon (CO2)
[mg/L]
4.0 or less
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
The Japan Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Industry Association
JRA GL-02-1994 “Cooling water system – Circulation type – Make-up water”
Item
v
v
v
v
v
* In the case of [MΩ·cm], it will be 0.003 to 0.01.
 v: Factors that have an effect on corrosion or scale generation.
 Even if the water quality standards are met, complete prevention of corrosion
is not guaranteed.
3. Use an ethylene glycol that does not contain additives such as preservatives.
4. When using an ethylene glycol aqueous solution,
maintain a maximum concentration of 15%.
Overly high concentrations can cause a pump overload.
Low concentrations, however, can lead to freezing when
circulating fluid temperature is 10°C or lower and cause the
thermo-chiller to break down.
5. When deionized water is used, the electric conductivity should be 1 μS/cm or higher (Electric resistivity: 1 MW·cm or lower).
pH (at 25°C)
Unit
Standard value
—
6.5 to 8.2
100* to 800*
Electric conductivity (25°C) [μS/cm]
Chloride ion (Cl–)
[mg/L]
Sulfuric acid ion (SO42–)
[mg/L]
200 or less
200 or less
Acid consumption amount (at pH4.8)
[mg/L]
100 or less
Total hardness
[mg/L]
200 or less
Calcium hardness (CaCO3) [mg/L]
150 or less
Ionic state silica (SiO2)
[mg/L]
50 or less
Iron (Fe)
[mg/L]
1.0 or less
Copper (Cu)
[mg/L]
0.3 or less
Sulfide ion (S2–)
[mg/L] Should not be detected.
Ammonium ion (NH4+)
[mg/L]
Residual chlorine (Cl)
[mg/L]
0.3 or less
Free carbon (CO2)
[mg/L]
4.0 or less
1.0 or less
Influence
Corrosion Scale generation
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
* In the case of [MΩ·cm], it will be 0.001 to 0.01.
• v: Factors that have an effect on corrosion or scale generation.
• Even if the water quality standards are met, complete prevention of corrosion
is not guaranteed.
3. Set the supply pressure between 0.3 to 0.5 MPa. Ensure
a pressure difference at the facility water inlet/outlet of
0.3 MPa or more.
If the supply pressure is high, it will cause water leakage. If the
supply pressure and pressure difference at the facility water inlet/outlet is low, it will cause an insufficient flow rate of the facility water, and poor temperature control.
HRSE
Chloride ion (Cl–)
v
v
v
v
Use tap water that conforms to the standards shown below.
Tap Water (as Facility Water) Quality Standards
HRZ
Standard item
Reference item
6.0 to 8.0
100* to 300*
Scale
generation
HRZD
—
Electric conductivity (25°C) [μS/cm]
Corrosion
HRW
pH (at 25°C)
Standard value
Standard item
Unit
Reference item
Item
2. When using tap water as facility water, use tap water that
conforms to the appropriate water quality standards.
HECR
Influence
HEC
The Japan Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Industry Association
JRA GL-02-1994 “Cooling water system – Circulation type – Make-up water”
Heat radiation [kW] Facility water specifications
Approx. 19
Refer to "Facility water system"
in the specifications on page 72.
Approx. 28
HEB
Use tap water that conforms to the standards shown below
(including water used for dilution of ethylene glycol aqueous
solution).
HED
2. When water is used as a circulating fluid, use tap
water that conforms to the appropriate water quality
standards.
Warning
<Water-cooled refrigeration>
1. The water-cooled refrigeration type thermo-chiller radiates heat to the facility water.
Prepare the facility water system that satisfies the heat
radiation and the facility water specifications below.
L Required facility water system
<Heat radiation amount/Facility water specifications>
Technical
Data
1. Avoid oil or other foreign objects entering the
circulating fluid.
HRSH090 HRS100/150
Caution
HRS
Facility Water Supply
HRSH
Circulating Fluid
94
HRS100/150
Specific Product Precautions 6
Series
Be sure to read this before handling. Refer to page 341 for Safety Instructions. For
Temperature Control Equipment Precautions, refer to pages 342 to 345 and the Operation
Manual on SMC website, http://www.smcworld.com
Operation
Warning
1. Confirmation before operation
1) T
he fluid level of a tank should be within the specified range of “HIGH”
and “LOW”.
When exceeding the specified level, the circulating fluid will overflow.
2) Remove the air.
Conduct a trial operation, looking at the fluid level.
Since the fluid level will go down when the air is removed
from the user’s piping system, supply water once again
when the fluid level is reduced. When there is no reduction
in the fluid level, the job of removing the air is completed.
Pump can be operated independently.
2. Confirmation during operation
 Check the circulating fluid temperature.
The operating temperature range of the circulating fluid is between 5 and 35°C.
When the amount of heat generated from the user’s equipment is
greater than the product’s capability, the circulating fluid temperature may exceed this range. Use caution regarding this matter.
3. Emergency stop method
W
hen an abnormality is confirmed, stop the machine
immediately. After the machine has stopped, make sure to turn
off the breaker of the user’s equipment (on the upstream side).
Operation Restart Time
Caution
Wait five minutes or more before restarting operation
after it has been stopped. If the operation is restarted
within five minutes, the protection circuit may activate
and the operation may not start properly.
Protection Circuit
Caution
If operating in the below conditions, the protection
circuit will activate and an operation may not be
performed or will stop.
 Power supply voltage is not within the rated voltage range of
±10%.
 In case the water level inside the tank is reduced abnormally.
 Circulating fluid temperature is too high.
 Compared to the cooling capacity, the heat generation amount
of the user’s equipment is too high.
 Ambient temperature is over 45°C.
 Ventilation hole is clogged with dust or dirt.
95
Maintenance
Caution
<Periodical inspection every one month>
Clean the ventilation hole.
If the dustproof filter of water-cooled type product becomes clogged
with dust or debris, a decline in cooling performance can result.
In order to avoid deforming or damaging the dustproof filter, clean
it with a long-haired brush or air gun.
<Periodical inspection every three months>
Inspect the circulating fluid.
1. When using tap water or deionized water
 Replacement of circulating fluid
Failure to replace the circulating fluid can lead to the
development of bacteria or algae. Replace it regularly
depending on your usage conditions.
2. When using ethylene glycol aqueous solution
Use a concentration meter to confirm that the concentration
does not exceed 15%.
Dilute or add as needed to adjust the concentration.
<Periodical inspection during the winter season>
1. Make water-removal arrangements beforehand.
If there is a risk of the circulating fluid and facility water
freezing when the product is stopped, release the circulating
fluid and facility water in advance.
2. Consult a professional.
This product has an “anti-freezing function”, “warming-up
function”, and “anti-snow coverage function”. Read the
Operation Manual carefully, and if any additional anti-freezing
function (e.g. tape heater) is needed, ask for it from the vendor.
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